1.
12345mL=____________L
Only write the number. No spaces between the numbers.
Explanation
The given question asks for the conversion of 12345 mL to liters. The answer "12.345, 12.35L" suggests that both the numerical value and the unit are correct. The numerical value 12.345 represents the conversion of 12345 mL to liters without rounding off, while 12.35L represents the rounded off value of 12345 mL in liters.
2.
276mL = ________________L
Explanation
The given question asks for the conversion of 276 mL to liters. The answer "0.276" represents the conversion of 276 mL to liters, which is equal to 0.276 L. Therefore, the correct answer is "0.276, 0.276L."
3.
109mL = __________L
Explanation
The given question asks for the conversion of 109 milliliters (mL) to liters (L). To convert mL to L, we divide the given value by 1000 since there are 1000 milliliters in a liter. Therefore, 109 mL is equal to 0.109 L.
4.
826L = ____________mL
Explanation
The given question asks for the conversion of 826 liters to milliliters. To convert liters to milliliters, we multiply the given value by 1000 because there are 1000 milliliters in 1 liter. Therefore, 826 liters is equal to 826,000 milliliters.
5.
12L = ____________mL
Explanation
The given question is asking for the conversion of 12 liters to milliliters. Since there are 1000 milliliters in 1 liter, we can multiply 12 liters by 1000 to get the equivalent in milliliters. Therefore, 12 liters is equal to 12000 milliliters.
6.
3.89L = ____________mL
Explanation
The given question asks for the conversion of 3.89 liters to milliliters. Since there are 1000 milliliters in 1 liter, we can multiply 3.89 liters by 1000 to get the equivalent in milliliters. Therefore, the answer is 3890 mL. The additional answer, 3890, is redundant and not necessary for the conversion.
7.
Label this cubic centimetre model with its volume, capacity and appropriate unit.
Correct Answer
C. Volume 7cm cubed, 7mL, 7g
Explanation
The given answer is correct because the volume of the cubic centimeter model is 7cm cubed, which means it occupies a space of 7 cubic centimeters. The capacity is 7mL, which is equivalent to 7 cubic centimeters. The appropriate unit for volume and capacity in this case is mL because 1mL is equal to 1 cubic centimeter. The weight of the model is 7g, which is unrelated to the volume and capacity measurements.
8.
What would happen to the level of water in the jug if this centicube model is placed inside:
Correct Answer
C. The level of the water would rise from 400 mL to 404 mL
Explanation
When the centicube model is placed inside the jug, it will displace some volume of water equal to its own volume. Since the centicube model has a volume of 4 mL, the level of the water in the jug will rise by 4 mL. Therefore, the level of the water would rise from 400 mL to 404 mL.
9.
Calculate
10 x 75 kg = ______kg
Only write the number. No spaces between the numbers.
Correct Answer
750
Explanation
The question asks to calculate the product of 10 and 75 kg, which is equal to 750 kg.
10.
600 kg + _________kg = 1t
Correct Answer
400
Explanation
The given question is asking for the missing value that, when added to 600 kg, would result in a total of 1 ton. Since 1 ton is equal to 1000 kg, subtracting 600 kg from 1000 kg gives us the missing value of 400 kg. Therefore, adding 400 kg to 600 kg would equal 1 ton.
11.
A 50 seater aeroplane was filled to capacity. The passengers had an average mass of 74 kg. What is the total mass of the passengers in tonnes?___________tonnes
Correct Answer
3.7
Explanation
The total mass of the passengers can be calculated by multiplying the average mass of each passenger (74 kg) by the number of passengers (50). Then, to convert the mass from kilograms to tonnes, we divide the result by 1000. Therefore, the total mass of the passengers in tonnes is 3.7 tonnes.
12.
_________cm
Only write the number. No spaces between the numbers.
Correct Answer
34
13.
Jenna runs at a speed of 6 km per hour. How long would it take her to run 3 km?
Correct Answer
A. 30 minutes
Explanation
Jenna runs at a speed of 6 km per hour. To find out how long it would take her to run 3 km, we can use the formula: time = distance / speed. Plugging in the values, we get time = 3 km / 6 km/h = 0.5 hours. Since there are 60 minutes in an hour, 0.5 hours is equal to 30 minutes. Therefore, it would take Jenna 30 minutes to run 3 km.
14.
Which is the coldest temperature?
Correct Answer
D. -14 degrees celcius
Explanation
The coldest temperature is determined by the numerical value. In this case, -14 degrees Celsius is the coldest temperature among the given options. The negative sign indicates that it is below freezing point, making it colder than the other positive values.
15.
You need to catch a bus at 11.50 am. You know you have 20 minutes before you need to leave. What time is it?
Correct Answer
A. A
Explanation
The correct answer is A because if you have 20 minutes before you need to leave and you need to catch the bus at 11.50 am, then it must be 11.30 am.
16.
What was the average time for the training sessions?
Correct Answer
B. 30 minutes
Explanation
The average time for the training sessions was 30 minutes. This means that when all the training session times are added up and divided by the total number of sessions, the result is 30 minutes.
17.
Correct Answer
D. 16 cm squared
18.
Only write the number. No spaces between the numbers.
Correct Answer
72
19.
Tim started his homework at 4:23 pm and finished it at 6:20 pm. How long did he spend doing his homework?
Correct Answer
C. 1 hour and 57 minutes
Explanation
Tim started his homework at 4:23 pm and finished it at 6:20 pm. To find out how long he spent doing his homework, we subtract the start time from the end time. Subtracting 4:23 pm from 6:20 pm gives us 1 hour and 57 minutes. Therefore, Tim spent 1 hour and 57 minutes doing his homework.
20.
Correct Answer
C. 5 metres
21.
A length of ribbon 3.6 metres long is cut into pieces that are 0.06 long. How many pieces of ribbon can be cut?
Correct Answer
60
Explanation
The length of the ribbon is divided by the length of each piece to determine the number of pieces that can be cut. In this case, 3.6 divided by 0.06 equals 60. Therefore, 60 pieces of ribbon can be cut.
22.
Compare Paris and New York
Correct Answer
A. Sunday
23.
Correct Answer
D. 0.6cm
24.
Tina bought 35 L of petrol at $1.52 per litre.
How much did she pay for the petrol? Put the dollar and decimal point sign no gaps.
Correct Answer
$53.20
Explanation
Tina bought 35 liters of petrol at a cost of $1.52 per liter. To find the total cost, we multiply the number of liters (35) by the cost per liter ($1.52). This gives us a total cost of $53.20.
25.
Correct Answer
10
26.
Correct Answer
15
27.
Correct Answer
280
28.
Don't leave any spaces in your answer
Correct Answer
11:46pm
29.
The train takes 6 minutes to travel between Pointville and ____________________________.
Be careful to spell it correctly
Correct Answer
Charlestown
charlestown
Explanation
The train takes 6 minutes to travel between Pointville and Charlestown or charlestown.
30.
What time is the time that is missing at Y, write in the 12-hour time? Use the correct format to write your answer. No spaces.
Correct Answer
1:33am
1.33am
1.33AM
1:33AM
31.
Tim and Sarah are at a party in Pointville. They live in Cascade, and their dad is going to pick them up from Cascade station at 10:32 pm. If it takes them 15 minutes to walk to the station at Pointville, what is the latest time they should leave the party to go home?
Correct Answer
9:38pm
21:38
2138
Explanation
Tim and Sarah need to leave the party in Pointville at the latest by 9:38 pm, 21:38, or 2138. This is because they need to walk for 15 minutes to reach Cascade station, and their dad is going to pick them up at 10:32 pm. Leaving the party at 9:38 pm gives them enough time to walk to the station and meet their dad on time.
32.
Which clocks have matching times
Correct Answer
B. B
33.
Correct Answer
30
34.
Correct Answer
B. 130mL
35.
A train is travelling at a constant speed of 250 km per hour. How long will it take the train to travel 150 km at this speed?
Correct Answer
A. 36 minutes
Explanation
At a constant speed of 250 km per hour, the train will cover 150 km in (150/250) hours. To convert this to minutes, we multiply by 60, giving us 90 minutes. Therefore, it will take the train 90 minutes, or 1 hour and 30 minutes, to travel 150 km. Since none of the given options match this calculation, the correct answer is not available.
36.
Correct Answer
18
37.
Correct Answer
D. Different perimeters, same areas
38.
What is the difference in time between NSW and Western Australia during Daylight Saving Time. Don't leave spaces in your answer and no capitals. Check the spelling of the word hours
Correct Answer
3hours
3hrs
3h
3H
3HOURS
Explanation
During Daylight Saving Time, there is a 3-hour time difference between NSW and Western Australia. This means that NSW is 3 hours ahead of Western Australia.
39.
If it is 7pm in Tasmania during Daylight Saving Time (DST) what time is it in South Australia?
Correct Answer
6:30pm
Explanation
During Daylight Saving Time (DST), Tasmania is 30 minutes ahead of South Australia. So, if it is 7pm in Tasmania, it would be 6:30pm in South Australia.
40.
When it is not Daylight Saving Time, if it is 9:00am in Queensland what time is it in Western Australia?
Correct Answer
7am
7:00am
0700
7.00am
Explanation
During Daylight Saving Time, Queensland is 1 hour ahead of Western Australia. However, when it is not Daylight Saving Time, both states are on the same time zone. Therefore, if it is 9:00am in Queensland, it would also be 9:00am in Western Australia.
41.
We put in a 100 minute DVD on at 8:30pm. What time would it finish?Write your answer using the correct format. No spaces
Correct Answer
10:10pm
10:00
Explanation
The correct answer is 10:10pm. The given question states that a 100 minute DVD was put in at 8:30pm. To determine the finishing time, we need to add the duration of the DVD (100 minutes) to the starting time. Adding 100 minutes to 8:30pm gives us 10:10pm, which is the time the DVD would finish. The alternative answer, 10:00, does not account for the additional 10 minutes of the DVD's duration.
42.
Mum is cooking a cake which needs 45 minutes. It went in at 10:22am. When would it be cooked?
Correct Answer
11:07am
11:07
Explanation
The cake would be cooked at 11:07am or 11:07. This is because it needs 45 minutes to cook and it went in at 10:22am. Adding 45 minutes to 10:22am gives us 11:07am, which is the time when the cake would be cooked.