## Filling and Lifting Class 3 Maths Chapter 11 Question Answer Solutions

### Filling and Lifting Class 3 Maths Question Answer

Let us Discuss (NCERT Textbook Pages 140-141)

Question 1.

Who drank the most milk?

Answer:

Ritu drank the most milk.

Question 2.

Who drank the least milk?

Answer:

Nita drank the least milk.

Question 3.

Fill in the blanks with ‘more’.

(a) Nita’s glass holds ____________ milk than Monu’s glass.

Answer:

Nita’s glass holds __less__ milk than Monu’s glass.

(b) Monu’s glass holds ____________ milk than Nita’s glass.

Answer:

Monu’s glass holds __more__ milk than Nita’s glass.

(c) Ritu’s glass holds ____________ milk than Nita’s glass.

Answer:

Ritu’s glass holds __more__ milk than Nita’s glass.

Question 4.

Tick (✓) the right name.

(a) Nita/Monu/Ritu’s glass holds the most milk.

Answer:

Nita/Monu/Ritu’s **(✓)** glass holds the most milk.

(b) Nita/Monu/Ritu’s glass holds the least milk.

Answer:

Nita **(✓)** /Monu/Ritu’s glass holds the least milk.

Let us Do (NCERT Textbook Page 141)

Get three vessels (like a small bowl , glass , and bottle ) of different sizes from your home. Guess: how many small bowls will fill the glass? How many glasses will fill the bottle? First guess and then pour water from one vessel into another to check if your guess is correct.

Question 1.

Fill in the blanks with ‘the most’ or ‘the least’.

(a) The glass holds ____________ water.

(b) The bottle holds ____________ water.

Answer:

Do it yourself.

Question 2.

Name the vessels that are used in your home that can store more water than your bottle.

Answer:

Do it yourself.

Let us Do (NCERT Textbook Page 142)

Question 1.

How many ladles fill the bowl?

______________

Answer:

2 ladles

Question 2.

How many glasses can be filled by the jug?

______________

Answer:

4 glasses

Question 3.

What will you use to fill half of the glass?

Answer:

A bowl

Question 4.

Which of these would you use for distributing the lemonade in glasses? Why?

Answer:

Do it yourself.

Question 5.

How many glasses can be filled with 3 jugs of lemonade?

Answer:

Since 1 jug can fill 4 glasses.

So, 3 × 4 = 12 glasses can be filled with 3 jugs of lemonade.

Question 6.

How many ladles are needed to fill 4 glasses?

Answer:

Since 2 ladles fill a bowl. And 2 bowls fill a glass.

So, 2 × 2 = 4 ladles are needed to fill a glass.

Thus, 4 × 4 = 16 ladles are needed to fill 4 glasses.

Question 7.

Can you use a ladle, bowl or a glass to find out how much lemonade a jug can hold?

Answer:

Yes, since, 2 ladles fill a bowl. 2 bowls fill a glass.

So, 2 × 2 = 4 ladles are needed to fill a glass.

Thus, 4 × 4 = 16 ladles are needed to fill 4 glasses.

OR, 6 glasses can fill a jug with lemonade.

Let us Discuss (NCERT Textbook Pages 143-144)

Question 1.

Tick (✓) the appropriate word in the sentences given below.

(a) The glass holds more than/less than 1 litre.

Answer:

The glass holds more than/less than **(✓)** 1 litre.

(b) The bowl holds more than/less than 1 litre.

Answer:

The bowl holds more than/less than **(✓)** 1 litre.

(c) The jug holds more than/less than/exactly 1 litre.

Answer:

The jug holds more than/less than/exactly **(✓)** 1 litre.

Question 2.

Find the vessels at home that are exactly 1 litre. Use your 1 litre bottle to check.

Answer:

Do it yourself.

Question 3.

Identify vessels that are more than or less than 1 litre.

Answer:

Do it yourself.

Let us Think (NCERT Textbook Page 144)

Look at the picture and tick (✓) the appropriate word.

(a) The mug holds a litre/half litre of water.

Answer:

The mug holds a litre/half litre **(✓)** of water.

(b) The glass holds a litre/half litre/quarter litre of water.

Answer:

The glass holds a litre/half litre/quarter litre **(✓)** of water.

Let us Explore (NCERT Textbook Page 144)

First guess and check with the 1 litre bottle.

(a) How much water does a bucket hold at your home: __more than/less than/equal to__ 1 litre.

Answer:

Do it yourself.

(b) How much water does a mug hold at your home: __less than/more than/equal to__ half a litre.

Answer:

Do it yourself.

(c) How much water does a glass hold: __less than/more than/equal to__ a quarter litre.

Answer:

Do it yourself.

Let us Do (NCERT Textbook Page 146)

Question 1.

Write the names of the objects and their weights in the table given below:

Answer:

Do it yourself.

Question 2.

Let us make another weight to measure slightly heavier objects. Fill a matchbox with sand and use this to weigh the following objects. Guess the weight in terms of matchboxes and then verify.

Write the names of all things measured in the order of lightest to heaviest.

______________________________________________

Answer:

Do it yourself.

Let us Do (NCERT Textbook Pages 147-148)

**Weight Hunt**

Do this activity in groups. Among your group find a bag that is heavier than yours. Find a bag that is lighter than yours. Discuss.

Question 1.

Why is your bag heavier or lighter?

Answer:

Do it yourself.

Question 2.

Count the number of books to see if there is a difference in the number of books in the bag.

Answer:

Do it yourself.

Question 3.

Can you make the two bags of about the same weight by moving a book? Discuss.

Answer:

Do it yourself.

**How much is 1 Kilogram?**

With the help of your parents, find objects in your home on which 1 kilogram is written. Feel it with your hand and guess what other objects may be 1 kilogram. Verify by checking on the label of the object or by asking your parents.

Question 4.

Write the names of the objects that are 1 kilogram.

______________, ______________

Let us keep a 1 kilogram salt packet or any other readily available packet as our measuring tool.

Answer:

Sugar, Salt, (Answers may vary)

Question 5.

Can you guess which of these things are likely to be lighter or heavier than 1 Kilogram? Put a tick (✓) mark in the appropriate box.

Answer:

Question 6.

Look at the balance and tick (✓) the correct word.

(a) Each daal packet weighs a half kilogram/kilogram

Answer:

(b) Each tea packet weighs a half kilogram/quarter kiiogram/kilogram.

Answer:

Let us Explore (NCERT Textbook Page 148)

Look around your house and identify objects that are about half a kilogram and quarter of a kilogram. Feel these things with your hand and guess what other things are a half or quarter kilogram. List the objects that are about a quarter kilogram and a half kilogram. Verify with the 1 kilogram salt packet.

Answer:

Do it yourself.

Tricky Balls (NCERT Textbook Page 149)

Question 1.

Montu poses a puzzle to his friends: 3 balls look similar in size. One of them is heavier and 2 balls are equal in weight. You have only a pan-balance and no weights. Using the 3 balls and the pan-balance, can you identify which is the heavy ball?

(a) How many times will you have to weigh?

(b) Use the balance only one time and tell which is the heavy ball.

Answer:

Do it yourself.

Question 2.

There are three same-sized balls of different weights and colours: Red, Orange and Green.

You can use the pan balance for it but cannot use weights.

How will you find which one is the heaviest and which one is the lightest?

Answer:

Do it yourself.