# CBSE Class 4 Mathematics/Jugs and Mugs/Worksheet

CBSE Class 4 Mathematics/Jugs and Mugs – Chapter 7/Worksheet is about the model questions that you can expect for Yearly Examination. Here you can find out practice problems for Class 4 Mathematics. This worksheet is designed for CBSE Class 4 Students.

CBSE Class 4 Mathematics/ Jugs and Mugs – Chapter 7/Worksheet
Extra Questions for Practice/Model Questions
Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

1. One litre = ———– millilitres
A. 10
B. 100
C. 1000
2. 250 ml + ———- = 1 litre
A. 250 ml
B. 500 ml
C. 750 ml
3. 500 litres is ——— a litre.
A. Quarter
B. Half
C. Three quarter
4. 750 ml is ——- than 1 litre.
A. more
B. less
C. equal
5. If each frog drinks 10 millilitres of Kheer, 10 frogs drink ———- millilitres.
A. 1000
B. 100
C. 10
6. Write different ways to add up to 1 litre. Fill in the blanks:
a) 1 litre = ——- ml + ——– ml + 250 ml
b) 1 litre = ———–ml + 200 ml
c) 1 litre = 100 ml + —— ml + —– ml + ——ml
d) 1 litre = 500 ml + —– ml
7. Amina’s water bottle holds one litre of water. She drank 250 ml of water and her friend Govind drank 150 ml. How much water is left in her bottle?
8. Manu’s family used 25 litre of water for cooking and drinking and 35 litre for washing clothes in one day. How much water they will use for 5 such days?
9. If a water bottle holds 1.5 litres of water, how many such water bottles needed to fill 15 litres of water?
10. Fill in the blanks:
a) 100 ml + ——- = 500 ml
b) 250 ml + 750 ml = ——— ml
c) 1000 ml – 320 ml = ————
d) 350 ml + ——— = 750 ml

1. 1000 ml
2. 750 ml
3. Half
4. Less
5. 100 ml
6. a) 1 litre = 500 ml + 250 ml + 250 ml
b) 1 litre = 800 ml + 200 ml
c) 1 litre = 100 ml + 300 ml + 200 ml + 400 ml
d) 1 litre = 500 ml + 500 ml
7. Quantity of water drank by Amina = 250 ml
Quantity of water drank by Govind = 150 ml
Total they drank together = 250 + 150 = 400 ml
Water left in the bottle = 1000 ml – 400 ml = 600 ml
8. Water used for cooking and drinking = 25 litre
Water used for washing clothes = 35 litre
Total quantity of water used for 1 day = 25 + 35 = 60 litre
Quantity of water used for 5 such days = 60 x 5 = 300 litre
9. A water bottle can hold 1.5 litres
Number of water bottles needed to fill 15 litres of water = 10 bottles
10. a) 100 ml + 400 ml = 500 ml
b) 250 ml + 750 ml = 1000 ml
c) 1000 ml – 320 ml = 680 ml
d) 350 ml + 400 ml = 750 ml