Worksheet: Kilogram Weights

In this worksheet, we will practice measuring the mass of objects with 1-, 1/2-, and 1/4-kilogram weights, comparing masses, and investigating combinations of weights that equal 1 kilogram.

Q1:

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

Q2:

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

Q3:

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

Q4:

Amelia went to the market to buy some oranges. Find the weight of the oranges she bought using the scale shown.

Q5:

A jar of cookies has a mass of 800 g. The empty jar has a mass of 200 g. How much do the cookies weigh?

Q6:

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

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