Rainy Seasons Class 4 MATHS - Orchids

Rainy Seasons for Class 4 Maths

Around the whole year, we feel different types of atmospheres. Here students will learn about rainy seasons when we feel the temperature is hotter or colder. Also, this will inform the students about the rainy seasonâ€™s flowers and rainy seasons fruits in India; when is the rainy season? The discussion relates these points with bar graphs, addition and subtraction, Comparing and ordering numbers and measuring length.

The climate varied in west Bengal, and we experienced mainly three seasons around the year: winter, summer, and monsoon.

We also call the rainy season in the name monsoon.

When Is the Rainy Season?

The rainy season comes after the summer, starting in June and extending up to September.

Rainy Seasons Flowers:

• Hibiscus
• Water lilies
• Jasmine
• Rain lilies

Rainy Seasons Fruits in India:

• Pears
• Apples
• Cherries
• Plums

During the rainy season, ponds, rivers and lakes receive plenty of water. During the monsoon seasons, most of the yearly rainfall occurs.

In different cities of West Bengal effect of rain is different; also, it depends on the different temperatures in other places.

Average Temperature and Rainfall of Different Cities in West Bengal During the Rainy Season:

City Average temperature(Â°C) Average rainfall (mm)
Darjeeling 16.4 2796
Siliguri 28.1 2651
Jalpaiguri 28.0 2674
Malda 29.6 1207
Shantiniketan 29.4 1510
Behrampore 30.2 1036
Krishnagar 29.4 1348
Asansol 29.5 1140
Bankura 30.3 1227
Kolkata 29.6 1358
Digha 29.1 1192
West Bengal 28.1 1649

Question 1:

Boni is Planning a Trip to Darjeeling and Digha in the Monsoon. For That Trip, She Was Checking the Average Rainfall for Both Places on Google.

Then Find the Difference Between the Average Rainfall of the Two Cities.

The average rainfall in Darjeeling is 2796 mm
Average rainfall in Digha = 1192 mm
The difference between rainfall is

So, the average rainfall difference between Darjeeling and Digha is 1604 mm.

Question 2:

Rabi is Planning a Trip to Siliguri and Behrampore in the Monsoon. She Checks the Average Rainfall for Both Places on Google. Between Two Cities, in Which City Does the Most Rainfall Occur?

Then Represent the Difference as a Combination of the Miter, Decimeter, Centimeter, and Millimeter.

Part 1:

The average rainfall in Siliguri is 2651 mm.
Average rainfall in Behrampore = 1036 mm.
we know 2651 > 1036
So, Siliguri receives higher rainfall than Behrampore.
Now, the difference is of rainfall is

Part 2:

We know that 1000 mm = 1 m
100 mm = 1 dm
10 mm = 1 cm
Now, 1615 mm
= 1000 mm + 600 mm + 10 mm + 5 mm
= 1 m + 6 dm + 1 cm + 5 mm

Question 3:

On a News Channel Puja Saw, the Average Rainfall in Malda Is 1207 mm, Bankura Is 1227 mm, Asansol Is 1140 mm, and Digha Is 1192 mm. Represent the Rainfall in a Vertical Bar Graph.

According to the news channel,
In Malda, the average rainfall is 1207 mm,
In Bankura, the average rainfall is 1227 mm,
In Asansol, the average rainfall is 1170 mm and
In Digha, the average rainfall is 1192 mm.
The bar graph is given below according to the given data:

Question 4:

Rita Read About the Average Rainfall of Different Cities in West Bengal, During the Monsoon and Arrange the Cities in Ascending and Descending Order According to Average Rainfall.

1. What Is the Ascending Order?
2. What Is the Descending Order?

From the given table:

The rainfall in Darjeeling = 2796 mm,
Siliguri = 2651 mm, Jalpaiguri = 2674 mm, Malda = 1207 mm, Shantiniketan = 1510,
Behrampore = 1036 mm, Krishnagar = 1348 mm, Asansol = 1140 mm,
Bankura = 1227 mm, Kolkata = 1358 and Digha = 1192 mm.

Part a:

Now, the ascending order is:

1036 mm, 1140 mm, 1192 mm, 1207 mm, 1227 mm, 1348 mm,
1358 mm, 1510 mm, 2651 mm, 2674 mm, 2796 mm

The cities in ascending order are:

Behrampore = 1036 mm, Asansol = 1140 mm, Digha = 1192 mm,
Malda = 1207 mm, Bankura = 1227 mm, Krishnagar = 1348 mm,
Kolkata = 1358 mm, Shantiniketan = 1510 mm, Siliguri = 2651 mm,
Jalpaiguri = 2674 mm, Darjeeling = 2796 mm.

Part b:

Now, the descending order is:

2796 mm, 2674 mm, 2651 mm, 1510 mm, 1358 mm, 1348 mm,
1227 mm, 1207 mm, 1192 mm, 1140 mm, 1036 mm.

The cities in descending order are:

Darjeeling = 2796 mm, Jalpaiguri = 2674 mm, Siliguri = 2651 mm,
Shantiniketan = 1510 mm, Kolkata = 1358 mm, Krishnagar = 1348 mm,
Bankura = 1227 mm, Malda = 1207 mm, Digha = 1192 mm,
Asansol = 1140 mm, Behrampore = 1036 mm.

Question 5:

Mita Read About the Average Rainfall of Different Cities in West Bengal, During Monsoon and Covert the Data Millimeter as a Combination of the Miter, Decimeter, Centimeter, and Millimeter.

The Representation of the Table Is:

 Average rainfall Representation 2796 mm _______m + __________dm + ______cm + _______mm 2651 mm _______m + __________dm + ______cm + _______mm 2674 mm _______m + __________dm + ______cm + _______mm 1207 mm _______m + __________dm + ______cm + _______mm 1510 mm _______m + __________dm + ______cm + _______mm 1036 mm _______m + __________dm + ______cm + _______mm 1348 mm _______m + __________dm + ______cm + _______mm 1140 mm _______m + __________dm + ______cm + _______mm 1227mm _______m + __________dm + ______cm + _______mm 1358 mm _______m + __________dm + ______cm + _______mm 1192 mm _______m + __________dm + ______cm + _______mm

Then complete the given table.

 Average rainfall Representation 2796 mm 2m + 7dm + 9cm + 6mm 2651 mm 2m + 6dm + 5cm + 1mm 2674 mm 2m + 6dm + 7cm + 4mm 1207 mm 1m + 2dm + 0cm + 7mm 1510 mm 1m + 5dm + 1cm + 0mm 1036 mm 1m + 0dm + 3cm + 6mm 1348 mm 1m + 3dm + 4cm + 8mm 1140 mm 1m + 1dm + 4cm + 4mm 1227mm 1m + 2dm + 2cm + 7mm 1358 mm 1m + 3dm + 5cm + 8mm 1192 mm 1m + 1dm + 9cm + 2mm
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