Converting Weight in Metric & U.S. Customary Systems


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Convert 11 ounces to grams.

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1. How many pounds is 70 kilograms?

2. How many ounces are in 10 grams?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

There are two main measuring systems used in our world. Use this assessment to understand how to convert metric to U.S. weight and vice versa. The quiz will check your knowledge by using example conversion problems.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These are the topics the quiz focuses on:

  • Converting ounces to grams
  • Calculating pounds from kilograms
  • How many ounces are in a gram
  • Converting metric tons to tons

Skills Practiced

Students will be able to practice the following skills when using these assessment materials:

  • Problem solving - use acquired knowledge of converting ounces to grams to solve quiz questions
  • Information recall - access knowledge you have gained regarding converting pounds to kilograms
  • Knowledge application - apply knowledge regarding the difference between metric tons and tons to answer quiz questions

Additional Learning

By reviewing the lesson Converting Weight in Metric & U.S. Customary Systems, you will learn more about the following:

  • Specific units used in the metric system
  • Units of measurement used in the U.S. standard system
  • Equivalence equations for different units of measurement