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  1. Kilograms (kg): Kilograms are used to measure the mass of objects that weigh more than 1000 grams. Specifically:

    • 1 kilogram = 1000 grams (1 kg = 1000 g).
    • For example, Neera’s scooter weighs 5 kg (which is equivalent to 5000 g), and Isla’s laptop weighs 2 kg (equivalent to 2000 g).
  2. Measuring Mass:

    • Common methods include using balance scales, where you place the object on one side and add gram or kilogram masses to the other side until the scales are level.
    • Masses for weighing typically come in values like 0.5 kg, 1 kg, 5 kg, 10 kg, and more.
    • You can also use digital scales that display the mass as a number.
  3. Examples:

    • If you have a scooter weighing 5 kg and a laptop weighing 2 kg, the scooter is 3 kg heavier than the laptop (5 - 2 = 3).
    • When comparing suitcases for a family holiday, Mum’s 24 kg suitcase is 6 kg heavier than Dad’s 18 kg suitcase (24 kg - 18 kg = 6 kg).

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