Learning & Practicing more with Worksheet on Word Problems on Measurement of Time is very crucial for all primary & middle school students. This activity sheet on measuring time word problems for class 4 covers all methods of solving word problems on the measurement of time. Mostly, problems solved in this worksheet on measuring time are of addition and subtraction of hours and minutes and seconds.

Word Problems on Measurement of Time Worksheet PDF involves time and elapsed time where 4th grade math students can learn easily about what time it will be, it was, and how much time it took based on various summaries given. However, using a.m. and p.m. is highlighted. Primary students can easily grasp the concept of time & elapsed time by practicing various Measuring Time Word Problems with Solutions Worksheets.

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## Worksheet on Measuring Time Word Problems with Solutions

**1. **Ram traveled 1 hr 30 min by train and 2 hr 25 min by bus. Calculate the total time of traveling he spent.

**Solution: **

Ram traveled by train is 1 hr 30 min

Ram traveled by bus is 2 hr 25 min

The total time of traveling he spent gets by adding both the times he traveled

i.e., 1 hr 30 min + 2 hr 25 min = 3 hr 55 min

Ram spent the total time on traveling is **3 hrs 55 min**.

**2. **The doctor advises Chandu to take medicine after every 90 minutes. How many times did Chandu take the medicine in a day?

**Solution: **

The doctor advised Chandu to take medicine after every 90 minutes.

To know how many times a day Chandu took a medicine, we need to convert hours in a day to minutes and divide it by 90 minutes.

One day = 24 hours, 1 hour = 60 minutes

24 hrs = 24 × 60 min = 1440 minutes

Now, divide the total minutes of a day by 90 minutes.

i.e., 1440 min ÷ 90 min = 16

Hence, Chandu takes **16 times** a medicine in a day.

**3. **John is cleaning his car and finished at 4:54 p.m. after 20 minutes. When did John start cleaning his car?

**Solution: **

John finishes his car cleaning at 4:54 p.m. i.e., 4 hr 54 min

Now, we have to know when John started his car cleaning

From the given, we know that after 20 minutes from 4:54 p.m. So, we subtract 20 min time from the finished time i.r., 4 hr 54 min.

Now, 4 hr 54 min – 20 min = 4 hr 34 min.

Hence, John starts his car cleaning at 4:34 p.m.

**4. **Krish ran a running race in 2 hours and 14 minutes. He crossed the finish line at 10:25 a.m. What time did the race start?

**Solution: **

Krish ran a running race for 2 hrs 14 min.

Krish crosses his finish line at 10:25 a.m.

To know when the running race started, we subtract both times.

i.e., 10 hr 25 min – 2 hr 14 min = 8 hr 11 min.

Thus, the running race of Krish starts at **8:11 a.m.**

**5. **Nancy starts her 6 hours shift at 7:00 in the morning. What time did Nancy get off from her work?

**Solution: **

Nancy started her work at 7:00 a.m.

The shift time for Nancy is 6 hours.

To know when she left her work, we add her start time of shift with the total hours of a shift.

i.e., 7 hr 00 min + 6 hr 00 min = 14 hr 00 min

Here, 14 hrs is a 24-hour format. We mostly use a 12-hour clock format.

Hence, Nancy gets off from her work at **2:00 p.m**.

**6. **Solve the following word problems on the measurement of time.

(i) Crystal opens her shop at 8:30 a.m. and closes it at 7:00 p.m. daily. How long is the shop open every day?

(ii) Raj spent 1 h 18 min washing his car and 1 h 30 min cleaning his house. How long did he take to complete both the tasks?

(iii) Anjali took 32 minutes to walk to school. Her brother took 15 minutes less to walk to the same school. How long did it take for Anjali’s brother to walk to the school?

(iv) It takes 1 h 10 min for Rahul to travel from home to his office. If he wants to reach the office by 9:00 a.m. what time should he leave his house for office?

(v) Aryan studies 3 hr 25 min. He starts studying at 7:15 p.m. At what time does he finish his studies?

**Solution:**

(i) The shop opens for **10 hr 30 min** every day.

(ii) Raj took **2 hr 48 min** to complete both the tasks.

(iii) Anjali’s brother took **17 min** to walk to the same school.

(iv) Rahul has to leave his house at **7:50 a.m**.

(v) Aryan finishes his studies at **10:40 p.m.**