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Lesson 9 - Measuring Mass in Kilograms and Grams



 
The following items were bought at a local market by different people.
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Match each person’s groceries with the total mass of their groceries.
(Remember 1 kg = 1000 g)
a.
13 kg and 700 g
f.
4 kg and 500 g
b.
13 kg and 200 g
g.
18 kg and 500 g
c.
10 kg
h.
14 kg and 700 g
d.
17 kg and 500 g
i.
17 kg
e.
12 kg and 500 g
j.
6 kg
 

 1. 

Colin bought bananas, grapes, flour, and sugar.
 

 2. 

Anna bought oranges, potatoes, lentils, and rice.
 

 3. 

Krista bought grapes, rice, flour, and sugar.
 

 4. 

Lily bought peppers, macaroni, flour, and bananas.
 

 5. 

Derek bought grapes, oranges, sugar, and lentils.
 

 6. 

Trish bought oranges, grapes, and macaroni.
 

 7. 

Amanda bought grapes, tomatoes, rice, and lentils.
 

 8. 

Guy bought flour, bananas, and tomatoes.
 

 9. 

Jen bought oranges, peppers, rice, lentils, and sugar.
 

 10. 

Roberto bought grapes, tomatoes, potatoes, sugar, and lentils.
 



 
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