# AP Board 3rd Class Maths Solutions 10th Lesson Measurements

Andhra Pradesh AP Board 3rd Class Maths Solutions 10th Lesson Measurements Textbook Exercise Questions and Answers.

## AP State Syllabus 3rd Class Maths Solutions Chapter 10 Measurements

Textbook Page No. 119

Do these

Question 1.
Observe the following figures and write the lengths of the objects.

Question 2.
Measure the length of your index finger and compare it with lengths of your friends index fingers.

Question 3.
Complete the following table.

Textbook Page No. 121

Do these

Question 1.
Measure the lengths of
a) black board
b) table
c) class room
d) distance between two walls of your class room using the meter scale or a measuring thread or a measuring tape.
Do yourself

Question 2.
Identify which of the following objects are measured in centimeters and which are measured in meters. Write ‘m’or ‘cm’ in the given boxes.

1. Height of the building _________
2. Length of a pencil _________
3. Length of a saree _________
4. Length of a tube light _________
5. Length of a note book _________
6. Length of a car _________

1. Height of the building           1. m
2. Length of a pencil           2. m
3. Length of a saree         3. m
4. Length of a tube light         4. m
5. Length of a note book         5. m
6. Length of a car         6. m

Question 3.
Write the lengths of the objects given below.

Textbook Page No. 123

Do these

Question 1.
Measure the weights of these items to the nearest kilogram with a balance.
b) Weight of 3 books _________
c) A brick _________
a) Your school bag            3 Kgs
b) Weight of 3 books          1 Kg
c) A brick          3 Kgs

Try This

Lift 1 kg weighing stone or 1 kg table salt packet with one of your hands and feel the weight. Now write any five objects you come across that weigh.

a) approximately 1 kg
Water melon, suzi, rawa, rice rawa, maida, cucumber

b) less than 1 kg
Cardmom, zeera, cloves, pepper mango

c) more than 1 kg
Rice, Idli rava, surf, besan flour, wheat

Textbook Page No. 124

Do these

Question 1.
Collect the cartons / empty wrappers and read the weights written on them about their contents and write in the table.

Question 2.
Choose the suitable unit of measurement (g/kg). One is done for you.
a) Eraser __________
b) 100 pages note book __________
d) Slate __________
a) Eraser          gram
b) 100 pages note book          gram, kg
d) Slate          gram

Question 3.
Write appropriate units of measurement after the numbers given (kgs or grams)

a) Tamarindpod 15 – __________
b) Shirt button 3 – __________
e) Water melon 5 – __________
d)Lemon 8 – __________
e) Pumpkin 7 – __________
f) Orange 50 – __________
g)Egg 48 – __________
a) Tamarindpod 15 –            15g
b) Shirt button 3 –          3 g
e) Water melon 5 –         5 kg
d)Lemon 8 –            8 g
e) Pumpkin 7 –           7 kg
f) Orange 50 –           50 g
g)Egg 48 –          48 g

Textbook Page No. 127

Do these

Question 1.
Can you say some instances where we use more than 1 litre ?
Water, oils, petrol etc.

Question 2.
Compare with 1 l water bottle. Name the friends who have less than 11 bottle and who have more than 1 l bottle.

Question 3.
Match the following:

Textbook Page No. 128

Question 1.
Keeping this in mind, estimate the capacities of these objects.

Question 2.
Collect some different sizes of glasses. Estimate their capacities and measure them by using the measuring jar.

Time

Use the above calendar and answer the following.
a) How many months are there in a year?
12 months are there in a year.

b) Write the names of all the months in a year ?
January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

c) How many days are there in the month of January ?
31 days in the month of January.

d) How many days are there in the month of November ?
30 days in the month of November.

e) How many days are there in the months of February ?
29 days in the month of February.

f) Write the names of the months, that have 31 days.
January, March, May, July, August, October, December

g) Write the names of the months that have only 30 days.
April, June, September, November

Textbook Page No. 131

Do these

Question 1.
In present year calender mark the birthdays of your friend and family members.
Do yourself

Question 2.
Complete the table by writing the birth dates of the persons given in it.

Textbook Page No. 133, 134

Do these

Question 1.
Read the clock and match the following.

Question 2.
Read the clock and write the time in the given box.

Multiple Choice Questions

Question 1.
Choose the standard unit of length.
A) Grams
B) Second
C) meter
D) litre
C) meter

Question 2.
Choose the unit to measure. Shorter lengths.
A) meter
B) Foot
C) Centimeter
D) None
C) Centimeter

Question 3.
Objects which are measured in feet
A) Length of shoe
B) Length of book
C) Both A & B
D) None
(A)

Question 4.
Objects with less than 1 kg weight are measured in
A) kilo gram
B) grams
C) quintals
D) None
B) grams

Question 5.
In a clock long hand shows
A) Minutes
B) Hours
C) Seconds
D)None
A) Minutes

Question 6.
In a clock short hand shows
A) Minutes
B) Hours
C) Seconds
D)None
B) Hours

Question 7.
Liquids are measures by using ……………..
measuring jars

Question 8.
Small amount of liquids measures in ……………….
millimeters

Question 9.
The amount of liquid, which a vessel can hold is called is ………………….
Capacity

Question 10.
1 foot = …………………. inches