# Unit conversion - 5th grade (10y) - math problems

#### Number of problems found: 61

- Clock

How many hours are 15 days? - Hours

How many hours is 9 days? - Milimeters

How many millimeters are 1/4 meters? - Time

16.2 days ..... how many hours is it? - Bucket

How many 5-liter buckets do you have to pour into a 0.2 m^{3}container to make it full? - Hr to min

Sue biked to school in 5/12 of an hour. How many minutes did it take her to ride to school? - Diamond

The diamond has a circumference of 48cm. Calculate the length of its side in dm. - Theatre

The theatrical performance started at 15:50 and ended at 18:50. How many minutes long? - Fence

How many meters of fencing it is required to purchase if our garden is rectangular measuring 20 m and 180 dm. - Weeks

38 weeks is equal to how many days? - Cyclist 12

What is the average speed of a cycle traveling at 20 km in 60 minutes in km/h? - Morning

Jana rose in the morning in the quarter to seven. She slept nine and a half hours. When did she go to sleep? - The swallow

The swallow will fly 2.8 km per minute. How many km will the swallow fly in one hour? - Hours

The lesson lasts 45 minutes. For the week, students have 18 lesson hours. How many are the actual hours? - Fence of the garden

The garden has dimensions of 5m and 400cm. How many meters meshes are needed for fencing the plot? - Speeds

George pass on the way to school distance 200 meters in 165 seconds. What is the average walking speed in m/s and km/h? - Paper cut

How many 9 cm^{2}figures can we cut from 36 dm^{2}paper? - Civil protection

Students on civil protection exercise went 5800 m long trip. How many kilometers is it approximately? - One kilogram

The apple weighs 125 grams and half apple. How many apples weigh 1 kilogram? - Clay

How many cubic centimeters of clay is in a pit of dimensions 4 m x 3 m x 3 m?

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Unit conversion - math problems. Examples for 5th grade (the fifth graders).