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Real World Problems: Mass and Volume

1

1 pt

A box of cereal has a mass of 850 grams. The mass of the cereal is 670 grams. What is the mass of the empty box?

2

1 pt

A bag of onions has a mass of 240 grams. A bag of carrots has a mass of 470 grams. How much lighter is the bag of onions than the bag of carrots?

3

1 pt

A bag of peaches has a mass of 540 grams. A bag of tomatoes has a mass of 150 grams. How much heavier is the bag of peaches than the bag of tomatoes?

4

1 pt

The mass of a chair is 10 kilograms. A table is 22 kilograms heavier than the chair. What is the total mass of the table and the chair? Part A: How heavy is the table?

5

1 pt

The mass of a chair is 10 kilograms. A table is 22 kilograms heavier than the chair. What is the total mass of the table and the chair? Part B: What is the total mass of the table and the chair?

6

1 pt

There are 55 liters of orange juice at a party. After the party, 18 liters of orange juice are left. How many liters of orange juice were served?

7

1 pt

A medium tank can hold 76 liters of water. It can hold 12 liters of water less than a large tank. How many liters of water can a large tank hold?

8

1 pt

Factory A uses 45 liters of oil in a week. Factory B uses 29 more liters of oil in a week than Factory A. How many liters of oil do the factories use all together? (Part A: How many liters of oil does Factory B use?)

9

1 pt

Factory A uses 45 liters of oil in a week. Factory B uses 29 more liters of oil in a week than Factory A. How many liters of oil do the factories use all together? (Part B: How many liters of oil do the factories use altogether?)

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