# Lesson Worksheet: Word Problems: Mass Mathematics • 3rd Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice solving one- and two-step problems with metric units of mass working with whole number units and mixed measures.

Q1:

A woman bought 6 bags of oranges, where each bag weighed kilograms. How many kilograms of oranges did she buy?

Q2:

Scarlett and Michael bought apples. If the apples that Scarlett bought weigh 1 kg and 250 g and the apples that Michael bought weigh 2 kg and 600 g, what is the total weight of the apples that they both bought?

• A2 kg and 600 g
• B1 kg and 350 g
• C3 kg and 850 g
• D1 kg and 250 g

Q3:

Daniel’s bag contains candies and chocolates. If the candies he puts in the bag weigh 600 g, what is the weight of the chocolates in grams? Q4:

Jackson bought 3 kg and 650 g of flour and his friend bought 1 kg and 550 g of flour. Find the total weight of flour that they bought.

• A5 kg and 200 g
• B4 kg and 200 g
• C2 kg and 200 g
• D5 kg and 650 g

Q5:

A bakery is baking bread. If the ingredients of one loaf of bread weigh 124 g, what is the total weight of the ingredients they will use to bake 2 loaves of bread?

Q6:

Find the weight of the potato, the beet, and the tomato altogether. Q7:

Last year Jennifer weighed 107 kg. Now, she weighs 57 kg. How much weight did she lose?

Q8:

Jackson weighs 54 kilograms and 800 grams. Matthew weighs 53 kilograms and 400 grams. What is the difference, in grams, between their weights?

Q9:

A girl stood on a scale. She weighted 58 kg. Her and her cat weighted 61 kg. How much does her cat weigh?

Q10:

David’s mother mixed 1 kg and 267 g of laundry detergent with 3 kg and 421 g of water. How much more water than laundry detergent was in the mixture?

• A3 kg and 421 g
• B2 kg and 154 g
• C4 kg and 688 g
• D1 kg and 267 g

What was the total weight of the mixture?

• A2 kg and 154 g
• B3 kg and 421 g
• C1 kg and 267 g
• D4 kg and 688 g