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# Exercise 4.1 (Addition and subtraction of weights)

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Exercise 4.1 2. Subtract: 3. Raman bought 3kg 250g of tomatoes, 5kg 110g of potatoes and 3kg 750g of onions. What is the total weight of the vegetables?

Weight of tomatoes            = 3 kg 250 g

Weight of potatoes             = 5 kg 110 g (+)

Weight of onions                 = 3 kg 750 g

Total weight of vegetables = 12 kg 110 g

Answer: The total weight of the vegetables = 12kg 110g

4. Kannan bought some fruits and vegetables whose total weight is 3kg 480g. If the weight of fruits is 1kg 657g, find weight of the vegetables.

Total weight                = 3 kg 480 g

Weight of fruit            = 1 kg 657 g (−)

Weight of vegetables   = 1 kg 823 g

Answer: The weight of the vegetables = 1kg 823g

5. The weight of first bag is 1kg 200g more than the weight of the second bag. If the weight of the first bag is 3kg 500g. Find the weight of the second bag.

Weight of first bag = 3 kg 500 g

Weight of second bag = 3kg 500g − 1 kg 200 g

3 kg 500 g

1 kg 200 g (−)

2 kg 300 g

Answer: Weight of second bag = 2kg 300g

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