#### Chapters

Chapter 2: Numbers

Chapter 3: Measurements

Chapter 4: Time

Chapter 5: Money

Chapter 6: Fraction

## Chapter 3: Measurements

### Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Mathematics Term 3 - Class 4th Tamil Nadu State Board Chapter 3 Measurements Exercise 3.1 [Pages 20 - 21]

Rani had 1 litre coconut oil. She shared it equally among her 5 friends. How much does each person have?

A teapot contains 2 litres, it is poured in cups with a capacity of 500 ml. How many cups can be filled?

Ram has 1 litre of juice bottle if he gives his friend 100 ml of juice. How much is left with him?

Change litre into millilitre.

1 l = __________ ml

Change litre into millilitre.

7 l = ______ ml

Change litre into millilitre.

5 l = ______ ml

Change litre into millilitre.

9 l = ______ ml

Change litre into millilitre.

4 l = _________ ml

Change litre into millilitre.

4 l = ______ ml

Change millilitre into litre

6000 ml = ______ l

Change millilitre into litre

2000 ml = ______ l

Change millilitre into litre

8000 ml = ______ l

Change millilitre into litre

9000 ml = ______ l

### Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Mathematics Term 3 - Class 4th Tamil Nadu State Board Chapter 3 Measurements Exercise 3.2 [Pages 22 - 23]

Complete the following.

5 l + 376 ml = ______ ml + ______ ml = ______ ml

Complete the following.

3 l + 735 ml = ______ ml + ______ ml = ______ ml

Complete the following.

4 l + 43 ml = ______ ml + ______ ml = ______ ml

Complete the following.

8 l + 6 ml = ______ ml + ______ ml = ______ ml

Complete the following.

6 l + 800 ml = ______ ml + ______ ml = ______ ml

Match the following measurements given in the bottels with the measurements in the boxes given below the bottels

### Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Mathematics Term 3 - Class 4th Tamil Nadu State Board Chapter 3 Measurements Exercise 3.3 [Pages 24 - 25]

Add the following:

**l ml**

25 830

(+) 42 126

Add the following:

**l ml**

13 645

(+) 54 143

Add the following:

**l ml**

13 250

(+) 32 140

Subtract the following:

**l ml**

15 400

(−) 7 300

Subtract the following:

**l ml**

29 910

(−) 21 500

Subtract the following:

**l ml**

63 560

(−) 34 230

#### Solve the following

Ramu filled the petrol in his two cars. The first one hold the capacity of 23 l 500 ml and the second one hold the capacity 15 l 750 ml. Find the total quantity of petrol

Kannan has some cows. They give milk in the first week 48 l 480 ml and in the second week 57 l 530 ml. Find the total capacity of milk

The fruit juice used in a function are given below.

S. No |
Cool drinks |
Capacity |

1. | Apple juice | 16 l 500 ml |

2. | Mango juice | 23 l 160 ml |

3. | Grapes juice | 19 l 650 ml |

4. | Lemon juice | 20 l 350 ml |

Find the total quantity of juice used in the above table.**1.** Apple juice + Lemon juice = _____________ l ____________ ml**2.** Mango juice + Grapes juice = ____________ l ___________ ml**3.** Lemon juice + Mango juice = ____________ l ___________ ml

The shop keeper had 43 l 750 ml of groundnut oil. He sold 24 l 350 ml. How much oil was left with him?

A bucket contains 15 l 500 ml of water. Gopi poured out 5 l 200 ml to water the plants. How much water is left in the bucket?

I purchased 73 l of milk. My sister has taken 34 l 500 ml of milk. So how much milk is left for me?

Find the difference between these two cans.

### Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Mathematics Term 3 - Class 4th Tamil Nadu State Board Chapter 3 Measurements Exercise 3.4 [Page 27]

Estimate how much liquid object can hold.

Can hold (l/ml) ______ of milk.

500 ml

100 ml

50 ml

25 l

20 l

Estimate how much liquid object can hold.

500 ml

100 ml

50 ml

25 ml

20 ml

Estimate how much liquid object can hold.

Can hold (l/ml) ______ of syrup.

500 ml

100 ml

50 ml

25 ml

20 l

Estimate how much liquid object can hold.

Can hold (l/ml) ______ of ink.

500 ml

100 ml

50 ml

25 ml

20 ml

Estimate how much liquid object can hold.

can hold (l/ml) ** ______** of water.

500 ml

100 ml

50 ml

25 ml

20 l

## Chapter 3: Measurements

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