Mass Measurement Units Conversion
Convert Mass Measurement Units
Mass Measurement Units Conversion | convert Units of mass game | learn how to compare and convert mass units of measurement.This game will make you a mass conversion math expert and there is no doubt. You can also use it for practice for your tests. This game is very interesting and if you want to enjoy it more, you can unmute the music. Mass learning will be very helpful for you in your practical life so you should not miss out on this activity.
Instructions of the Game
In this game, you will be given a question to solve. There will be two types of questions. The first might be asking you to tell that which quantity is bigger. The second will ask you to fill in the blank. Initially, you need to know before start playing is how to convert different units. 1 kilogram holds 1000 grams. So if you are given a question that is ‘which is more, 9000 grams or 8 kilograms’, you must know that 8 kilograms have 8000 grams so 9000 grams is more.
Another example is that if they say that is 5332g more or 5kg, you will see that when you convert the gram value into kg it is 5.332kg which means that the gram value is more. The second kind of question will be like ‘___grams = 7 kilogram or 4000 grams = ___kilograms’. In the first example of the second type of question you must know that 7kg = 7000 grams and in the second example, 4000 grams = 4 kilograms.
Along with the question, you will see some buses passing across the screen. For the first question’s example, the buses will carry four answers: equal, none, the gram value (9000g), and lastly the kilogram value (8kg). You have to click on the bus that you think is carrying the correct answer. Your score will be calculated on the top along with your answers and the game will continue as a result of correct answers. But if you click on a wrong answer the game will be over.
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