Unit Test #15

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Which of the following units is the odd one out? A. kilogram
B. pound
C. tonne
D. gram

Answer 1:





Which metric unit would you use for the mass of a
small banana?
A. milligrams
B. grams
C. kilograms
D. tonnes

Answer 2:





If 1 litre of water weighs 1 kg, how much does 1 millilitre weigh? A. 0.1 g
B. 1 g
C.10 g
D. 100 g

Answer 3:





Express 390 kg in tonnes. A. 390 000 t
B. 3900 t
C. 3.9 t
D. 0.39 t

Answer 4:





Which is most likely to have a mass of 4.5 kg?
A. a TV set
B. a paperback book
C. a litre of wine
D. a chair

Answer 5:





Which is false? A. 1 g = 1000 mg
B. 1 kg = 1000 g
C. 1 tonne = 1000 kg
D. 1 mg = 1000 g

Answer 6:





Approximately what does one litre of water weigh? A. 1000 g
B. 1 kg
C. 0.001 tonnes
D. all of the above

Answer 7:





Express 245 kg in grams. A. 245 g
B. 245 000 g
C. 2.45 g
D. 0.245 g

Answer 8:





Would a rock weigh more on the surface of the earth than on the surface of the moon? A. Always
B. Never
C. Sometimes

Answer 9:





If apples were $2.50 per kilogram, how many could you buy for $5.00, if the average weight of the apples was 270 g? A. 5
B. 6
C. 7
D. 8

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