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NCERT Solutions for Class 5 Maths Chapter 14

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NCERT Solutions for Class 5 Maths Chapter 14 - How Big How Heavy
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With NCERT Solutions for Class 5 Maths chapter 14, students get to learn about the length, breadth and mass distribution of different objects and shapes. Students will be educated about this chapter in detail in their later years. This chapter, in particular, is included in the NCERT syllabus to give students an introductory idea on this topic. 

By following Class 5 Chapter 14 Maths solutions, students are able to practice and comprehend this chapter. This enables them to score well in their upcoming examinations with ease. 

The Solutions for class 5 Maths will soon be uploaded on this page

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. How to guess the volume of objects with marbles?

To understand how to guess the volume with marbles, take three marbles and add them to a measuring glass with 10ml water. Drop them in one by one to find the difference in measurement. This difference will help students understand the volume of each individual object. 

For example, the volume of a ball is nearly two marbles, an eraser is two marbles, a lemon is three marbles, a pencil is two marbles, and a potato is four marbles. 

2. Tanu makes stages with her matchboxes. She puts 14 matchboxes in the first layer. She makes four such layers. How many matchboxes did she use? If the volume of one matchbox is 10 cm cube, what is the volume of the stage?

In this situation, Tanu is first required to determine the measurements of one particular matchbox. Upon finding the length of one matchbox, students will be able to find the length of 14 matchboxes arranged in a row. If Tanu finds out the measurement of the stage created, she will also be able to determine the number of matchboxes that have been used. 

With information on all measurements, finding out volume of the entire stage that has been constructed should be easy. Solving such practice problems will help develop the logical perception of a student. 

3. How do students measure the length, breadth and height of a cube?

For finding the length, breadth and height of a cube, students are required to first understand the volume. Multiplication of these three sides forms the volume of a cube. With the help of other formulas mentioned in this chapter, students will be able to determine a cube’s three aspects. 

If volume of a cube has already been provided, then determining these measurements should be simple and easy. There are various other such equations present in this segment that students are required to solve if they want to score well in examinations.