Measurements : Multiplication and Division of Weight

__Multiplication__

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__Examples__

Write the answer in
multiply:

i.
7 kg 400 g **×** 3

**7kg 400g
× 3 = 22kg 200g**

(ii)
52 kg 350 g **×** 8

**52 kg 350
g ****× 8 = 418 kg 800 g**

**Try this**

Multiply the following:

a. 7 kg 350 g × 7** =**** ****51kg 450g**

b. 9 kg 750 g × 3 **=**** 29kg 250g**

c. 9 kg 750 g × 3 = **29kg 250 g**

d. 45 kg 800 g × 6 **=**** 274kg 800g**

__Example__

A
packet can contain 3 kg 500 g of sugar, how much amount of sugar can 7 such
packets contain?

**Solution:**

**Weight of 7 packets of
sugar = 24 kg 500 g**

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__Division __

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__Examples __

Divide the following:

**(i) 70 kg 350 g ÷ 7 **

**70 kg 350
g ÷ 7 = 10 kg 50 g**

**(ii) 66 g 720 mg ÷ 6**

**66 g 720
mg ÷ 6 = 11 g 120 mg**

**Try this **

**Divide
the following:**

a. 7 kg 490 g ÷ 7 =** ****1kg 070g**

b. 35 kg 650 g ÷ 5 =** 7kg 130g**

c. 6 g 240 mg ÷ 4 =** 1g 560mg**

d. 150 g 750 mg ÷ 15 =** 10g 050mg**

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__Example__

How
many packets of 3 kg groundnut cookies can be made from 75 kg of groundnut
cookies?

**Solution:**

Total
amount of groundnut cookies = 75 kg

Weight
of 1 packet of groundnut cookies = 3 kg

Number
of packets of 3 kg groundnut cookies = 75÷3

= 25 packets

we
can separate 75 kg groundnut cookies as 3 kg groundnut cookies in 25 packets.

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