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Videos to help Grade 4 students learn how to express metric mass measurements in terms of a smaller unit; model and solve addition and subtraction word problems involving metric mass.

Common Core Standards: 4.MD.1, 4.MD.2

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Grade 4, Module 2, Lesson 2, Problem Set

1. Complete the table.
2. Find the equivalent measures.
a. 1 kg 500 g = _________g
b. 3 kg 715 g = _________g
c. 17 kg 84 g = _________g
d. 25 kg 9 g = _________g
e. ___ kg ____g = 7,481 g
f. 210 kg 90 g = _________g


3. Solve.
a. 3,715 g – 1,500 g =
b. 1 kg – 237 g =
c. Express the answer in the smaller unit:
25 kg 9 g + 24 kg 991 g =
d. Express the answer in the smaller unit:
27 g 650 g – 20 kg 990 g =





3. Solve
e. Express the answer in mixed units:
14 kg 505 g – 4,288 g =
f. Express the answer in mixed units:
5 kg 658 g + 57,481 g =


Directions: Use a tape diagram to model each problem. Solve using a simplifying strategy or an algorithm and write your answer as a statement.
4. One package weighs 2 kg 485 g. Another package weighs 5 kg 959 g. What is the total weight of the two packages?
5. Together, a pineapple and a watermelon weigh 6 kg 230 g. If the pineapple weighs 1 kg 255 g, how much does the watermelon weigh?



 

6. Javier’s dog weighs 3,902 grams more than Bradley’s dog. Bradley’s dog weighs 24 kg 175 g. How much does Javier’s dog weigh?


7. The table below shows the weight of three Grade 4 students. How much heavier is Isabel than the lightest student?




Grade 4, Module 2, Lesson 2, Exit Ticket
1. Find the equivalent measures.
a. 21 kg 415 g = __________ g
c. 87 kg 17 g = __________ g
b. 2 kg 91 g = __________ g
d. ____ kg _____ g = 96,020 g


Grade 4, Module 2, Lesson 2, Homework
2. Find the equivalent measures.
a. 2 kg 700 g = _________g
b. 5 kg 945 g = _________g
c. 29 kg 58 g = _________g
d. 31 kg 3 g = _________g
e. 66,597 g = ___ kg _____g
f. 270 kg 41 g = _________g
3 c. Express the answer in the smaller unit:
27 kg 547g + 694 g =
d. Express the answer in the smaller unit:
16 kg + 2,800 g =
Directions: Use a tape diagram to model each problem. Solve using a simplifying strategy or an algorithm and write your answer as a statement.
5. A bag of potatoes and a bag of onions weigh 11 kg 15 g. If the bag of potatoes weighs 7 kg 300 g, how much does the bag of onions weigh?



 

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