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## NCERT Solutions for Class 2 Maths Chapter 3 How Much Can You Carry?

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The Clever Donkey and His Heavy Sack

Question 1.

Question 2.

The sacks of woollen cloth became heavy on absorbing water, so the donkey felt heavier.

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Raju Wants to Ride a See-saw
Raju needs a friend to ride a see-saw.
Rani comes to help Raju.
But still Raju cannot ride it.

Question 3.
Can you tell why? Circle the correct answer.
Raju is heavier / lighter than Rani.

Aslam comes to help them.
Look at the picture.

Question 4.
Can you tell why the see-saw turned this way?
Raju is heavier/lighter than Rani and Aslam together.
I have an ide& Let iiie keep my bag with me.

We are all enjoying the ride.

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Heavier or Lighter
Which of the two things will make the see-saw go down? Look at the example.

Question 5.
Draw a line to match the heavier one.

Question 6.
Colour the one which Is lighter.

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Chhotu Monkey and The Carrots
Question 7.
Guess and tell what Chhotu monkey used to help Chikky and Micky. Draw a picture of it in the monkeys hand.
Chhotu monkey used a beam balance to help Chikky and Micky.

Find Out
Question 8.
2 kg.

Question 9.
How does the vegetable-seller weigh the carrots?
The vegetble-seller weighs the carrots by using a beam balance.

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How Much Can Simran Carry?
Question 10.
Guess which bags Simran can carry.
1 kg Salt and 1 kg Ghee.

Question 11.
Guess who can carry what
(a) Her father?
(b) Her mother?
(c) Her younger sister?
(a) Cooking oil and Atta.
(b) 5 kg Rice.
(c) A packet of biscuits.

Question 12.
Can Simran carry any two of these bags together? If yes, which ones?
Yes, packets of oil and ghee.

Question 13.
Which bags can you carry? Guess.
2kg dal.

Question 14.
Match the picture of the animal with the thing it can carry.

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