METRIC CONVERSION WORKSHEET

NAME:______________________________________Period:__________

Convert the following:

1. 36.52 mg = ___________________g

2. 14.72 kg = ___________________mg

3. .0035 hm = ___________________dm

4. .134 m = ___________________ km

5. 25 mm = ___________________ cm

6. 2.5 cm3

= ___________________ mL

7. 243 daL = ___________________ L

8. 45.23 L = ___________________ mL

9. .035 hL = ___________________ cL

10. 27.32 mm = ___________________m

11. 15 m = ___________________dm

12. .023 cc = ___________________ L

13. .00049 km = ___________________ mm

14. .025 kg = ___________________ g

15. 15 g = ___________________ hg

Here’s a chart to help you with your conversions!

Kilo Hecto Deka Main Deci Centi Milli

1,000 100 10 1 .1 .01 .001

Now, solve the following measuring problems. There’s a triangle to help you on the

next page!

16. If you have a density of 3 g/mL and a mass of 15 g, what is the volume?

17. If you have a density of 3 g/mL and a volume of 10 mL, what is the mass?

18. If you have a volume of 10 mL and a mass of 100 kg, what is the density?

19. If you have a mass of 50 g and a density of 2 g/mL, what is the volume?

20. If you have a volume of 55 L and a density of 2 kg/L, what is the mass?

21. If you have a density of 15 g/mL and a mass of 5 g, what is the volume? (Don’t

use fractions–change it to a decimal form)

22. If you have a volume of 8L and a mass of 16 kg, what is the density?

23. If you have a density of 2.5 g/mL and a mass of 5 g, what is the volume?

24. If you have a density of 100 kg/L, and a mass of 1000 units, tell me the following:

First what are the mass units?

25. Secondly, what is the volume?

Mass

Density Volume