Videos to help Grade 4 students learn how to solve problems involving mixed units of weight.

Topic B: Problem Solving with Measurement

Common Core Standards: 4.OA.2,
4.OA.3,
4.MD.1,
4.MD.2,
4.NBT.5,
4.NBT.6

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Download worksheet for Grade 4, Module 7, Lesson 8 (Pdf)

Lesson 8 Homework

1. Determine the following sums and differences. Show your work.

a. 11 oz + 5 oz = _______ lb

b. 1 lb 7 oz + 9 oz = _______ lb

c. 1 lb – 11 oz = _______ oz

d. 12 lb – 8 oz = _______ lb_______ oz

e. 5 lb 8 oz + 9 oz = ______ lb______ oz

f. 21 lb 8 oz + 6 lb 9 oz =______ lb______ oz

g. 23 lb 1 oz – 15 oz = ______ lb______ oz

h. 89 lb 2 oz – 16 lb 4 oz =______ lb______ oz

2. When Dick took his dog, Rocky, to the vet in December, Rocky weighed 29 pounds 9 ounces. When he took Rocky back to the vet in March, Rocky weighed 34 pounds 4 ounces. How much weight did Rocky gain?

3. Bianca had 6 identical jars of bubble bath. She put them all in a bag that weighed 2 ounces. The total weight of the bag filled with the six jars was 1 pound 4 ounces. How much did each jar weigh?

4. Use the information in the chart about Melissa’s school supplies to answer the following questions:

a. On Wednesdays, Melissa packs only two notebooks and a binder into her backpack. How much does her backpack weigh on Wednesdays?

b. On Thursdays, Melissa puts her laptop, supply case, two textbooks, and a notebook in her backpack.

How much does her backpack weigh on Thursdays?

c. How much more does the backpack weigh with 3 textbooks and a notebook than it does with just 1 textbook and supply case?

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