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# Converting Within the Metric System (Grade 5)

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## Converting Within the Metric System

1.
Which of the following describes how to convert 10 meters into kilometers?
1. Multiply by 100
2. Multiply by 1000
3. Divide by 100
4. Divide by 1000
2.
Which of the following describes how to convert 125 centimeters into millimeters?
1. Divide by 10
2. Divide by 100
3. Multiply by 10
4. Multiply by 100
3.
Which is equivalent to 13 meters?
1. 0.13 centimeters
2. 1.3 centimeters
3. 130 centimeters
4. 1,300 centimeters
4.
430 centimeters is equal to how many meters?
1. 0.43 m
2. 4.30 m
3. 43,000 m
4. 430,000 m
5.
Convert 736 mL to kL.
1. 0.000736 kL
2. 736,000 kL
3. 0.00736 kL
4. 0.0736 kL
6.
Which is equivalent to 95 millimeters?
1. 0.095 meters
2. 0.95 meters
3. 9,500 meters
4. 95,000 meters
7.
There are 0.3 kilograms of salt in a can of meat. How many grams of salt are in the meat?
1. 3,000 grams
2. 300 grams
3. 30 grams
4. 0.0003 grams
8.
There are 45 milliliters of vanilla extract in a dropper. How many liters of vanilla extract are in the dropper?
1. 0.045 liters
2. 0.45 liters
3. 4,500 liters
4. 45,000 liters
9.
Dylan has 0.5 liters of water. He needs to find out how many milliliters of water he has so he can complete his science experiment. How many milliliters (mL) of water does Dylan have?
1. 0.005 mL
2. 0.0005 mL
3. 500 mL
4. 5000 mL
10.
During track practice, Avery runs 8 laps around the track. One lap around the track equals 400 meters (m). How many kilometers (km) did Avery run during practice?
1. 0.32 km
2. 3.2 km
3. 32 km
4. 3,200 km        You need to be a HelpTeaching.com member to access free printables.