Worksheet: Converting and Comparing Length: Metric Units

In this worksheet, we will practice converting between metric units of length and comparing between lengths of different units.

Q1:

Use <, =, or > to complete the following: 3234mmm.

  • A=
  • B<
  • C>

Q2:

In a game of hammer throw, James threw the hammer 3 metres, and Thomas threw it 301 centimetres. Who won the game?

  • AThomas
  • BJames

Q3:

Write the units of length from smallest to largest: m, km, dm, and cm.

  • Acm,dm,m,km
  • Bkm,m,dm,cm
  • Cm,cm,dm,km
  • Dcm,m,dm,km

Q4:

Which is greater, 56 millimeters or 44 centimeters?

Q5:

Complete using <, =, or >: 9571mcm.

  • A=
  • B<
  • C>

Q6:

Matthew is 2 kilometers away from the finish line. Daniel is 1,286 meters away from the finish line. Who is farther from the finish line?

  • ADaniel
  • BMatthew

Q7:

In Anthony’s house, the master bedroom is 6 meters wide. The kitchen is 3 meters narrower than the bedroom, and the children’s room is 3 meters wider than the master bedroom. Which is the widest room?

  • Athe master bedroom
  • Bthe children’s room
  • Cthe kitchen

Q8:

Select the length equal to 328 centimeters.

  • A3 centimeters and 28 meters
  • B300 meters and 28 meters
  • C300 meters and 28 centimeters
  • D3 meters and 28 centimeters

Q9:

Three friends are measuring spoons with length units.

Madison’s spoon is than Victoria’s.

  • Alonger
  • Bshorter

Sophia’s spoon is than Victoria’s.

  • Ashorter
  • Blonger

Who has the longest spoon?

  • AVictoria
  • BMadison
  • CSophia

Q10:

Use <, =, or > to fill in the blank: 7+6333.mcmcm

  • A>
  • B<
  • C=

Q11:

If Jennifer is standing 2,254 centimeters from the dining table, and Benjamin is standing 7 meters from it, which of them is farther from the table?

  • AJennifer
  • BBenjamin

Q12:

Use <, =, or > to fill in the blank: 9 and a half kilometersmeters9,493.

  • A=
  • B>
  • C<

Q13:

Which is greater, 2,358 meters or 3 kilometers?

Q14:

Use <, =, or > to fill in the gap: 829627.metersandcentimeterscentimeters

  • A<
  • B=
  • C>

Q15:

A red car is 411 centimeters long, a blue car is 500 centimeters long, and a black car is 3 meters long. Which car is the longest?

  • Ared
  • Bblack
  • Cblue

Q16:

1 cubit is about 50 centimeters. Which is longer, a meter or a cubit?

  • AA meter
  • BA cubit

Q17:

Which is greater, 197 millimeters or 49 centimeters?

Q18:

Which is greater, 407 millimeters or 30 centimeters?

Q19:

Which is greater, 165 millimeters or 43 centimeters?

Q20:

Use <, =, or > to complete the following: 7461mmm.

  • A=
  • B<
  • C>

Q21:

Use <, =, or > to complete the following: 2367mmm.

  • A=
  • B<
  • C>

Q22:

Use <, =, or > to complete the following: 22,259mmm.

  • A=
  • B>
  • C<

Q23:

In a game of hammer throw, Adam threw the hammer 4 metres, and Leo threw it 505 centimetres. Who won the game?

  • ALeo
  • BAdam

Q24:

In a game of hammer throw, Adam threw the hammer 5 metres, and Jacob threw it 311 centimetres. Who won the game?

  • AAdam
  • BJacob

Q25:

In a game of hammer throw, Harry threw the hammer 6 metres, and Jack threw it 345 centimetres. Who won the game?

  • AHarry
  • BJack

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