# Lesson Worksheet: Unit Conversion Eleven Plus

In this worksheet, we will practice converting between different metric units and between metric and imperial units, given a relation.

Q1:

A hamster weighed 0.132 kg before its dinner. For dinner, the hamster ate 9 g of seeds.

How much did the hamster weigh after its dinner, in kilograms?

• A0.151 kg
• B1.032 kg
• C0.141 kg
• D9.132 kg
• E0.143 kg

Q2:

Macy goes to the supermarket and buys a bag of 8 apples, a sandwich, a litre of milk, 10 frozen fish fingers, and a tube of toothpaste. Approximately how much is her shopping basket likely to weigh?

• A200 g
• B20 kg
• C200 kg
• D2 g
• E2 kg

Q3:

Each test tube in a lab stores up to 100 mL of liquid.

How many test tubes are needed to store 1.4 L of liquid?

• A140
• B70
• C10
• D7
• E14

Q4:

A large jar weighs 350 g. When it is filled with items, it weighs 2.2 kg.

How much do the items weigh?

• A1.95 kg
• B0.95 kg
• C2.55 kg
• D1.85 kg
• E2.5 kg

Q5:

Roughly how much capacity does an average bath have?

• A1 litre
• B15 litres
• C150 litres
• D250 millilitres
• E5‎ ‎000 litres

Q6:

Natasha buys 1 kilogram of apples.

Each apple weighs 200 grams.

How many apples does she get?

• A5
• B8
• C20
• D6
• E4

Q7:

At the supermarket, Marvin buys a punnet of grapes, a litre of orange juice, and 2 baguettes.

Roughly how much does this weigh?

• A0.4 kg
• B8 kg
• C200 g
• D20 kg
• E2 kg

Q8:

A tailor cuts two pieces of cloth from a roll that is 2 m long.

Each piece is 80 cm long.

How long is the piece left over?

• A20 cm
• B1‎ ‎920 cm
• C1‎ ‎840 cm
• D40 cm
• E80 cm

Q9:

A piece of cloth is 2 metres long. Three pieces are cut from the cloth. Each piece is 40 centimetres long. What length of cloth is left over from the original piece?

• A140 cm
• B120 cm
• C80 cm
• D160 cm
• E100 cm

Q10:

A jug containing 1 L of water is used to fill a mug that holds 280 mL.

How much water will be left in the jug?

• A780 mL
• B700 mL
• C0.62 L
• D82 mL
• E0.72 L