# PSEB 4th Class Maths Solutions Chapter 5 Measurement Ex 5.8

Punjab State Board PSEB 4th Class Maths Book Solutions Chapter 5 Measurement Ex 5.8 Textbook Exercise Questions and Answers.

## PSEB Solutions for Class 4 Maths Chapter 5 Measurement Ex 5.8

1. In which unit we shall measure the capacity of given things millilitre or litre? Tick (?) the millilitre or litre :

Question 1.

Question 2.

Solution:
Millilitre

Question 3.

Solution:
Litre

Question 4.

Solution:
Millilitre

Question 5.

Solution:
Litre

Question 6.

Solution:
Millilitre

Question 7.

Solution:
Millilitre

Question 8.

Solution:
Litre

Question 9.

Solution:
Litre

Question 10.

Solution:
Litre

Question 11.

Solution:
Millilitre

Question 12.

Solution:
Millilitre

2. Write litre or millilitre according to capacity of given things :

Question 1.

200 ………………
Solution:
Millilitre

Question 2.

50 …………….
Solution:
Millilitre

Question 3.

20 ………………
Solution:
Millilitre

Question 4.

5 ……………..
Solution:
Litre

Question 5.

1 …………….
Solution:
Litre

Question 6.

25 …………….
Solution:
Litre

3. Find out the quantity of liquid in both containers and also find the sum and write in millitres:

Question 1.

700 ml + 500 ml = 1200 ml

Question 2.

…………….. ml + ……………. ml = …………….. ml
Solution:
900 ml + 200 ml = 1100 ml

Question 3.

…………….. ml + ……………. ml = …………….. ml
Solution:
400 ml + 1000 ml = 1400 ml

Question 4.

…………….. ml + ……………. ml = …………….. ml
Solution:
550 ml + 750 ml = 1300 ml

Question 5.

…………….. ml + ……………. ml = …………….. ml
Solution:
650 ml + 850 ml = 1500 ml

Question 6.

…………….. ml + ……………. ml = …………….. ml
Solution:
300 ml + 950 ml = 1250 ml

4. Coloured the glasses according to given capacity:

Question 1.

600 ml
Solution:

Question 2.

200 ml
Solution:

Question 3.

500 ml
Solution:

Question 4.

800 ml
Solution:

Question 5.

450
Solution:

Question 6.

1 litre
Solution:

Question 5.
Take some items. Estimate their capacity and measure their actual capacity with measuring cylinder . Complete the table.

Solution:
Try yourself.

Question 6.
In given containers one is shaded. Shade the another container in such a way that capacity of both the containers become one litre :

Solution: