Metric Conversion quiz

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Question 1

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Bob had 7.34 metres of string. He wanted to share this equally between 10 of his friends to make shoelaces. How many centimetres of string would each of his friend have?
Answer
  • 743cm
  • 73.4cm
  • 7340cm

Question 2

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Tilly used to run 3.28 km a day until she was 30 years old. She then started to run 736 metres less each day. How many metres did she now run each day?
Answer
  • 268m
  • 2544m
  • 3985m

Question 3

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Simon’s shed door was 3.72 metres tall and 92 cm wide. He wanted to buy some wood to make a frame around the door, but the wood is measured in millimetres. What would these measurements be in millimetres?
Answer
  • 3720mm & 9.2mm
  • 372mm & 920mm
  • 3720mm & 920mm
  • 37.2mm & 92mm

Question 4

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Andy wanted to measure the capacity of his garden pond. He recorded it could hold 520l of water, Andy has already measured out 49569cl of water. Will this overflow his pond ?
Answer
  • No
  • Yes

Question 5

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A piece of wood is 1.49m long. Joe cuts off 59mm from one end and then Bill cuts off 28.2 cm from the other end. How much wood is left in cm and mm?
Answer
  • 114.9cm / 1149mm
  • 1149cm / 114.9mm
  • 11.49cm / 114.9mm

Question 6

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Barry has two chickens, each chicken weighs 1200g. Barry has a recipe for three people that requires 0.93kg of chicken meat. How much meat does Barry have left over in grams?
Answer
  • 1470g
  • 14.7g
  • 270g

Question 7

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Christie purchased orange juice at £0.69 per litre. She sold 3400cl of orange juice at her local fair and made £68.00. How much profit did Christie make?
Answer
  • £58.54
  • £44.54
  • £4.45
  • £54.43