### Sample Paper Level 1 MATHEMATICS CLASS: 4

#### MAX. MARKS: 50 DURATION: 2 HRS

1) Fill in the blanks

(1 × 6 = 6)
1. The place value of 5 in the number 1257 is _____.
2. _____ 10-rupee notes make one 100-rupee note.
3. There are ____ quarters in a whole.
4. The sum of 273 and 133 is ____.
5. In a code language A is written as B, B as C, C as D, and so on. then YES is written as _____.
6. Half of a circle is called a _____.

(1 × 6 = 6)
1. How many sides does a rectangle has?
2. How many paise does Rs 5.50 has?
3. What is the predecessor of 56,867?
4. What is the successor of 24,167?
5. What is the diameter of a circle of radius 4 cm?
6. Divide 100 by 20 through repeated subtraction method.

(1 × 6 = 6)
1. Quarter to seven in the night is written as:
2.  i) 6:45 am ii) 6:15 am iii) 6:15 pm iv) 6:45 pm
3. A square has ___ lines of symmetry.
4.  i) 1 ii) 2 iii) 4 iv) 3
5. An equivalent fraction of 3/7 is:
6.  i) 9/14 ii) 9/21 iii) 6/7 iv) 3/14
7. 2.50 rupees and 50 paise = ___ paise.
8.  i) 100 ii) 300 iii) 250 iv) 150
9. Fraction with numerator 3 and denominator 5 is written as
10.  i) 3/5 ii) 5/3 iii) 3/3 iv) 5/5
11. Missing number in the patterns 320, 300, 280, ___, 240 is
12.  i) 260 ii) 220 iii) 270 iv) 290

4) Arrange the numbers

(1 × 2 = 2)
1. 4068, 4608, 4680, 4086 in ascending order.
2. 2143, 2341, 1423, 2314 in descending order.

5) Write True or False:

(1 × 3 = 3)
1. The sum of two even numbers is an even number.
2. Every shape has at least one line of symmetry.
3. The distance between two cities is measured in metres.

6) Match the following with the correct option:

(1 × 3 = 3)
 a) Bottle of milk i) 2 Kg b) Weight of Sugar ii) 6 m c) Length of saree iii) 1 L

7) Solve each of the following:

(2 × 4 = 8)
1. The cost of 1 apple is Rs 25. A man bought 10 such apples and sold them for Rs 27 each. Find the profit or loss made by him?
2. Draw a clock showing the time 5:50 pm and write the time in 24-hour format.
3. Mannu has 246 pencils she wants arrange them in packets of 6. How many packets will she make?
4. A doctor suggested a man to walk 3 km in three days. The man walks 1100 m on Monday, and 1000 m on Tuesday. How much distance should he walk on Wednesday?

8) Find the missing length if the perimeter is 160 mm.

(2 × 1 = 2)

9) A man bought a t-shirt for Rs 1,250 he gave the shopkeeper a note of Rs 2000:

(1 × 2 = 2)
1. How much will the shopkeeper return him?
2. What will be the cost of 6 such t-shirts?

(2 × 1 = 2)

83 + 77 = ____ + ____ + _____ + ____

= ____ + ____

= ____

11) Write the following numbers in the expanded form.

(1 × 2 = 2)
1. 6541
2. 1508

12) Draw one line of symmetry for each of the following

(1 × 2 = 2)

13) Observe the given table and answer the questions.

(1 × 3 = 3)
 Sports Basketball Cricket Football Number of students 25 18 45
1. Draw a bar graph to represent the data.
2. Which sports is liked by the most and the least number of students?
3. How many more students like football than basketball?

14) The area of each small square is 2 cm square. Observe both the figure and answer the following questions:

(1 × 3 = 3)
1. Find the area of the figure (i)?
2. Find the area of the figure (ii)?
3. Which figure has larger area and how much?

### Sample Paper Level 1 MATHEMATICS CLASS: 4

1) Fill in the blanks

(1 × 6 = 6)
1. The place value of 5 in the number 1257 is _____.
2. _____ 10-rupee notes make one 100-rupee note.
3. There are ____ quarters in a whole.
4. The sum of 273 and 133 is ____.
5. In a code language A is written as B, B as C, C as D, and so on. then YES is written as _____.
6. Half of a circle is called a _____.

(1 × 6 = 6)
1. How many sides does a rectangle has?
2. How many paise does Rs 5.50 has?
3. What is the predecessor of 56,867?
4. What is the successor of 24,167?
5. What is the diameter of a circle of radius 4 cm?
6. Divide 100 by 20 through repeated subtraction method.

(1 × 6 = 6)
1. Quarter to seven in the night is written as:
2.  i) 6:45 am ii) 6:15 am iii) 6:15 pm iv) 6:45 pm
3. A square has ___ lines of symmetry.
4.  i) 1 ii) 2 iii) 4 iv) 3
5. An equivalent fraction of 3/7 is:
6.  i) 9/14 ii) 9/21 iii) 6/7 iv) 3/14
7. 2.50 rupees and 50 paise = ___ paise.
8.  i) 100 ii) 300 iii) 250 iv) 150
9. Fraction with numerator 3 and denominator 5 is written as
10.  i) 3/5 ii) 5/3 iii) 3/3 iv) 5/5
11. Missing number in the patterns 320, 300, 280, ___, 240 is
12.  i) 260 ii) 220 iii) 270 iv) 290

4) Arrange the numbers

(1 × 2 = 2)
1. 4068, 4608, 4680, 4086 in ascending order.
2. 2143, 2341, 1423, 2314 in descending order.

5) Write True or False:

(1 × 3 = 3)
1. The sum of two even numbers is an even number.
2. Every shape has at least one line of symmetry.
3. The distance between two cities is measured in metres.

6) Match the following with the correct option:

(1 × 3 = 3)
 a) Bottle of milk i) 2 Kg b) Weight of Sugar ii) 6 m c) Length of saree iii) 1 L

7) Solve each of the following:

(2 × 4 = 8)
1. The cost of 1 apple is Rs 25. A man bought 10 such apples and sold them for Rs 27 each. Find the profit or loss made by him?
2. Draw a clock showing the time 5:50 pm and write the time in 24-hour format.
3. Mannu has 246 pencils she wants arrange them in packets of 6. How many packets will she make?
4. A doctor suggested a man to walk 3 km in three days. The man walks 1100 m on Monday, and 1000 m on Tuesday. How much distance should he walk on Wednesday?

8) Find the missing length if the perimeter is 160 mm.

(2 × 1 = 2)

9) A man bought a t-shirt for Rs 1,250 he gave the shopkeeper a note of Rs 2000:

(1 × 2 = 2)
1. How much will the shopkeeper return him?
2. What will be the cost of 6 such t-shirts?

(2 × 1 = 2)

83 + 77 = ____ + ____ + _____ + ____

= ____ + ____

= ____

11) Write the following numbers in the expanded form.

(1 × 2 = 2)
1. 6541
2. 1508

12) Draw one line of symmetry for each of the following

(1 × 2 = 2)

13) Observe the given table and answer the questions.

(1 × 3 = 3)
 Sports Basketball Cricket Football Number of students 25 18 45
1. Draw a bar graph to represent the data.
2. Which sports is liked by the most and the least number of students?
3. How many more students like football than basketball?

14) The area of each small square is 2 cm square. Observe both the figure and answer the following questions:

(1 × 3 = 3)
1. Find the area of the figure (i)?
2. Find the area of the figure (ii)?
3. Which figure has larger area and how much?