In this Worksheet on Multiplication of Metric Measures, you will find various questions on the multiplication of metric measures. The multiplication of metric measures is similar to the multiplication of ordinary numbers. You need to know about converting the metric measures from one unit to another unit. In metric multiplication, we will arrange them in order according to their units and then multiply them.

You can use and download this Worksheet on Multiplication of Metric Units without paying, and take a printout of the page for practicing purposes. Exercises in Metric Measurements Multiplication Worksheet will improve subject knowledge on the concept.

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### Multiplication of Metric Measures Worksheet PDF

**Problem 1:Â **

Find the product of theÂ 5kl 6 hl 3dal 1l x 3

**Solution:**

As given in the question, the value is 5kl 6 hl 3dal 1l x 3

Now, we will find the product value of the given value.

In between the given number, we have a symbol (x). It means multiplication, to perform multiplication operation we get the value.

While multiplying, you can place all the digits in columns and then multiply as usual.

So, the given value is 5kl 6 hl 3dal 1l x 3.

After multiplication with 3, we get the value is,

5kl 6 hl 3dal 1l x 3 = 16kl 8hl 9dal 3l

Therefore, the product value of the given values is 16kl 8hl 9dal 3l.

**Problem 2:Â **

Find the value of the 6m 5dm 2cm 1mm x 10.

**Solution:**

As given in the question, the value is 6m 5dm 2cm 1mm x 10.

Now, we will find the value of the given value.

To perform the multiplication operation we get the final value. While multiplying, you place all the digits in columns and then multiply as usual.

So, the given value is 6m 5dm 2cm 1mm x 10.

After multiplication with 10, we get the value is,

6m 5dm 2cm 1mm x 10 = 65m 2dm 1cm 0mm.

Hence, the final value of the given values is 65m 2dm 1cm 0mm.

**Problem 3:**

Rosy bought four bags of wheat. The weight of one bag is 30kg 500g. Find the weight of the total four bags of wheat?

**Solution:**

As given in the question,

The total number of wheat bags is 4.

The weight of each bag is 30kg 500g.

Now, we will find the total four bags of wheat weight.

Using multiplication operation, we get the total four bags weight.

So, each bags’ weight is 30kg 500g x 4.

After multiplication with 4, we get the value is,

30 kg 500g x 4 = 122000 kg

Therefore, the total 4 bags of wheat weight is 122000 kg.

**Problem 4:**

One bottle holds 2 and a half-liter of oil. How much do 59 bottles hold?

**Solution:**

In the given question, the bottle holds 2 and a half-liter of oil.

Now, we will find the 59 bottles hold oil liters values.

Using multiplication operation, we get the value. While performing the multiplication operation, first you can place the digits in columns and then multiply as usual.

So, the given values is 2 liter 500 ml x 59 , then

2 litres 500 ml x 59 = 147l 500 ml.

The below figure shows, how to perform the multiplication.

Therefore, the 59 bottles of oil total liter are 147l 500ml.

**Problem 5:**

One round of a running track is 275m. Amir walks that track 5 times every day. How much does he walk?

**Solution:**

As given in the question,

Amir one round of a running track is 275m.

Total his walks that track every day is 5times.

Now, we will find the total distances he walks.

Using the multiplication operation, we get the total value.

In multiplication, first, place all the digits in columns and then multiply as usual.

So, Amir’s total walk = Length of one round x Total number of rounds.

Substitute the values above, we get

275 m x 5 = 1375m

Therefore, the total he walked is 1km 375m.

**Problem 6:Â **

Eshani purchased 10 kilograms of rice from a local shop. What amounts of grams of rice did she buy?

**Solution:**

As given in the question, Eshani purchased 10kg of rice in local grams.

Now, we will find the rice in grams value using the multiplication rule.

We all know that 1 km = 1000 grams.

So, the given value is 10 kilograms. Now, we find that kilograms of rice into grams.

After multiplication with 1000, we get the value is,

10 x 1000 grams = 10,000grams.

Therefore, Eshani bought 10,000 grams of rice.

**Problem 7:Â **

Multiply 46l 326ml by 21. Write the final product value.

**Solution:**

As given in the question, the value is 46l 326ml by 21.

Now, we will find the product value of the given value.

In multiplication, first place all the digits in columns then multiply as usual.

The below figure shows, how to place the digits and how to perform the multiplication operation.

Therefore, after multiplication, the product value is 972l 378ml.

**Problem 8:**

Find the value of the below figure,

**Solution:**

As given the question, the figure consists of value is 250kl 53dal x 20

Now, we will find the value of the given value.

Using multiplication, we get the final product value.

So, the given value multiplication operation is as shown below figure,

Therefore, the final value of the given value 250kl 53dal is 5010.60kl.

**Problem 9:**

Find the value of the 679.54 km in meters

**Solution:**

As given in the question, the value is 679.54

Now, we will find the value of the given value in meters.

To perform the multiplication operation we get the final value. While multiplying, first you can place the digits in columns and then multiply as usual. We all know that 1 km = 1000m

So, the given value is 679.54 km.

After multiplication with 1000, we get the value is,

679.54 x 1000 = 679540 m

Hence, the final value of the given values 679.54 km in meters is 679540m.

**Problem 10:**

If 2m 25 cm of cloth is needed for each shirt, how much cloth will be needed for 12 such shirts?

**Solution:**

As given in the question,

The Cloth needed for each shirt is 2m 25cm.Â Â (Also, write 2.25m)

Now, we will calculate the amount of cloth is needed for 12 shirts.

Using the multiplication rule, we get the value. place all digits in columns and then multiply.

So, the cloth required for 12 shirts is,

2.25 m x 12 = 27.00 m

Therefore, the cloth required for 12 shirts is 27m.