Length, Mass and Capacity

**Category : **2nd Class

**Length, Mass and Capacity**

**Synopsis **

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**LENGTH**

The eraser is 3 cm long. The pencil is between 1 cm and 10 cm. The pencil’s length is 10 cm - 1 cm = 9 cm. |

The lengths of objects can be measured using a ruler or a tape.

The lengths and heights of objects and distances between objects can be measured in centimetres (cm) and metres (m). Longer distances are measured in kilometres.

1 m = 100cm

1000 m = 1 km

**MASS (WEIGHT)**

The milk bottle is heavier

than the 1 kg mass.

The flour packet is as heavy as the 1 kg mass.

The bread is lighter than the 1 kg mass.

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The mass of an object is measured using a scale. There are different types of scales. Each marking on the scale stands for different masses.

**CAPACITY **

Volume is the amount of liquid (e.g., water Juice) in a container.

Capacity of a container is the volume of the liquid that it can hold.

Volume is measured in litres (Z) and millilitres (m\[l\]).

1 I = 1000 m\[l\].

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