## Class 3 Maths Chapter 11 Worksheet Filling and Lifting

### Filling and Lifting Class 3 Maths Worksheet

**Filling and Lifting Worksheet**

Question 1.

(i) State true and false.

(a) Bottle 1 contains more milk than other bottles.

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Answer:

True

(b) Bottle 2 contains less milk than other bottles.

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Answer:

False

(ii)

(a) Glass 1 contains more milk than Glass 3 but less milk than Glass 2.

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Answer:

False

(b) Glass 2 contains less milk than Glass 1 but more milk than Glass 3.

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Answer:

True

Question 2.

Knnu , Nonu and Riyan visit Nonu’s house. Nonu’s mother gives them sugarcane juice in different glasses. Nonu’s sister put juice in the glasses of the same capacity. Now, she has to find out who drinks sugarcane juice most/less etc.

(i) Who drank the most sugarcane juice? _____________________

Answer:

Knnu

(ii) Who drank the least sugarcane juice ? ____________________

Answer:

Nonu

(iii) State with yes or no.

(a) Knnu’s glass contains less sugarcane juice than Riyan’s glass, (yes/no)

Answer:

No

(b) Nonu’s glass contains more sugarcane juice than Knnu’s glass, (yes/no)

Answer:

No

(c) Nonu’s glass contains more sugarcane juice than all. (yes/no)

Answer:

No

(iv) Fill in the blanks.

(a) Riyan drank more sugarcane juice as compared to ____________ but less sugarcane juice than

(b) If Nonu’s sister considered that the one who drank more sugarcane juice, would be more tired. Then, ____________ was more tired and ____________ was less tired.

Answer:

(a) Nonu, Knnu

(b) Knnu, Nonu

Question 3.

Tick (✓) the one in each pair which contains more liquid. One has been done for you.

Answer:

(ii) (b)

(iii) (b)

(iv) (a)

Question 4.

Answer the following questions which is based on the Bowl, Glass and Bottle.

To fill the

the number of bowls of water required are 2 i.e.

To fill the

the number of glasses of water required are 3 i.e.

(i) How many bowls of water are required to fill the

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Answer:

6

(ii) How many bottles will be filled by

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Answer:

2

(iii) State true and false.

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Answer:

False

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Answer:

True

Question 5.

Answer the following questions based on the given story.

After many years, a fair is being held in Mona’s village. Mona is roaming in the fair with her children. She saw many fast food and sweets stalls. She stops at a rabri shop and sees that the shopkeeper is using various shaped utensils like ladle, bowl, glass and pot to serve rabri.

(i) How many bowls fill the three glasses? ____________

Answer:

6

(ii) How many ladles can be filled by the pot? ____________

Answer:

16

(iii) How can I fill the bowl halfway easily?

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Answer:

I can fill the bowl halfway easily with one ladle.

(iv) How many glasses can be filled with three pots of rabdi?

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Answer:

12

(v) What is the difference between four ladles of rabdi and two bowls of rabdi?

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Answer:

No difference

Question 6.

Answer the following questions based on the given story.

One morning, Priya got up early and opened the door for the milkman . The milkman came on time as always. He brought along a milk can and a measuring cup milk is measured. Priya has a jug bottle and glass collect the milk.

And the other information are given below.

- Measuring cup measures one liter of milk.
- The jug can hold one and a half liter of milk.
- The bottle can hold three liter of milk.
- The glass can hold half a liter of milk.

(i) State true and false.

(a) The jug can hold more than one liter of milk. ____________.

(b) The glass can hold exactly one liter of milk. ____________.

(c) Bottle can hold more milk than jug. ____________.

Answer:

(a) True

(b) False

(c) True

(ii) Fill in the blanks.

(a) ____________ quantity to be measured is more than the jug.

(b) The glass quantity to be measured is less than ____________.

Answer:

(a) The bottle

(b) Measuring cup, jug and bottle

Question 7.

Tick (✓) whether the following can drink more or less than 1 liter of liquid.

Answer:

(i) (b)

(ii) (a)

(iii) (a)

(iv) (b)

(v) (a)

Question 8.

Tick (✓) whether the following can contain more or less than 1 liter or equal to 1 liter of liquid.

Answer:

(i) (a)

(ii) (a)

(iii) (a)

(iv) (b)

(v) (b)

Question 9.

Put a (✓) mark on the object which is heavier than other objects. One has been done tor you.

Answer:

Question 10.

Arrange the following things being measured in order from lightest to heaviest. Write their names in the given space.

Answer:

Question 11.

Put a (✓) mark on the object with the correct weight. One has been done for you.

Answer:

(ii) equal to 1 kg

(iii) More than 1 kg

(iv) More than 1 kg

(v) Less than 1 kg

(vi) Less than 1 kg

(vii) Less than 1 kg

Question 12.

Guess and match the weights of the following objects.

Answer:

Question 13.

Fill the blanks according to the given quantities.

(i) Total food packets weight is ____________ kilogram, (halt / quarter/ one)

Answer:

half

(ii) Total tea packets weight is ____________ kilogram (halt / quarter/ one)

Answer:

one

(iii) Total plastic bags, weight is ____________kilogram, (one /half /quarter)

Answer:

half