### Sample Paper Level 4 MATHEMATICS Class 4

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

1. Fill in the blanks:

(1 × 5 = 5)
1. The distance from Mumbai to Kolkata is 2000 ___(km/cm/m).
2. Every point on a circle is at the same distance from its ____.
3. A leap day is added in the month of ______.
4. A _____ figure starts and ends at the same point (open/closed).
5. If 4 legs mean 1 dog, then 32 legs mean ____ dogs.

2. Match the following:

(1 × 5 = 5)
 a)One lakh i) 5 b) 10,000 ii) 60 seconds c) Face value of 5 in 7580 iii) 9,999 + 1 d) A leap year iv) 1,00,000 e) One minute v) 366 days

(1 × 5 = 5)
1. There are ____ one-fourths in a whole.
2.  i) 3 ii) 2 iii) 4 iv) 1
3. Fill in the blanks, 3/6 = __/18
4.  i) 3 ii) 6 iii) 12 iv) 9
5. The time 06:15 hours is same as:
6.  i) 6:15 am ii) 6:00 am iii) 6:00 pm iv) 6:15 pm
7. A circle has ___ centre?
8.  i) many ii) 1 iii) 2 iv) 4
9. Which of the following will make the biggest circle?
10.  i) Finger ring ii) Water bottle cap iii) Truck tyre iv) Bangles

4. Find the time duration:

(1 × 2 = 2)
1. 12 midnight to 12 noon.
2. 9:15 am to 6:15 pm.

5. Solve the followings:

(1 × 2 = 2)
1. 3/4 kg = ____ g
2. 1/4 m = ____ cm

6. Fill in each of the blocks using the digits 1-9 (without repetition) such that when added horizontally, diagonally, and vertically it gives 15.

(1/2 × 4 = 2)

7. Minu wants change of Rs 500. How many notes will she get if she wants in return:

(1 × 2 = 2)
1. All Rs 50 notes
2. All Rs 10 notes

8. Divide 160 by 20 by repeated subtraction method and then check your answer by multiplication.

(2 × 1 = 2)

9. Solve the following:

(2 × 5 = 10)
1. The rate of 100 bricks is Rs 400. Rajesh requires 3000 bricks to build his house. How much money does he have to pay for the bricks?
2. A junk seller bought 1 kg of newspapers at Rs 47. He sold 14 kg of newspapers at Rs 602. Find his profit or loss.
3. 8 busses can carry 192 children. How many busses are required to carry 72 children?
4. Complete the table:
5.  Objects Number of edges Number of vertices
6. Give examples of any two letters which are asymmetric.

10. Ritu has 100 m lace to make border of a tablecloth.Following is the picture of a tablecloth. Look at the picture and answer the following questions:

(1 × 3 = 3)
1. How much lace is required to make one tablecloth?
2. How much lace will be required for 4 such tablecloths?
3. Find the lace that will left after making 4 table tablecloths?

11. John uses 9 kg 500 g of cotton to make one mattress.

(2 + 1 = 3)
1. How much cotton is required to make 10 such mattresses?
2. If he had 133 kg of cotton. How many mattresses can he make

12. What is the area of the square of side 4 m? How many square pieces of side 200 cm can be cut from it? (3 × 1 = 3)

13. There are 40 balls in a basket, one-quarter of them are red and the rest are white.

(2 + 1 = 3)
1. Find the number of red and white balls.
2. Draw a chapati-chart to represents the data.

14. A man gives different types of bicycles on rent. Following is the rate chart:

 Cycle Rate Mountain Bicycle Rs 190.45 per hour Road Bicycle Rs 72.5 per half hour City Bicycle Rs 157.75 per hour Folding Bicycle Rs 4 per minute

Look into the rates chart and answer the following questions:

(1 + 2 = 3)
1. Which bicycle cost the least and the most.
2. If Rajesh went on a ride on mountain bicycle and Ramesh on Folding Bicycle for 2 hours. Who paid more?

### Sample Paper Level 4 MATHEMATICS Class 4

1. Fill in the blanks:

(1 × 5 = 5)
1. The distance from Mumbai to Kolkata is 2000 ___(km/cm/m).
2. Every point on a circle is at the same distance from its ____.
3. A leap day is added in the month of ______.
4. A _____ figure starts and ends at the same point (open/closed).
5. If 4 legs mean 1 dog, then 32 legs mean ____ dogs.

2. Match the following:

(1 × 5 = 5)
 a)One lakh i) 5 b) 10,000 ii) 60 seconds c) Face value of 5 in 7580 iii) 9,999 + 1 d) A leap year iv) 1,00,000 e) One minute v) 366 days

(1 × 5 = 5)
1. There are ____ one-fourths in a whole.
2.  i) 3 ii) 2 iii) 4 iv) 1
3. Fill in the blanks, 3/6 = __/18
4.  i) 3 ii) 6 iii) 12 iv) 9
5. The time 06:15 hours is same as:
6.  i) 6:15 am ii) 6:00 am iii) 6:00 pm iv) 6:15 pm
7. A circle has ___ centre?
8.  i) many ii) 1 iii) 2 iv) 4
9. Which of the following will make the biggest circle?
10.  i) Finger ring ii) Water bottle cap iii) Truck tyre iv) Bangles

4. Find the time duration:

(1 × 2 = 2)
1. 12 midnight to 12 noon.
2. 9:15 am to 6:15 pm.

5. Solve the followings:

(1 × 2 = 2)
1. 3/4 kg = ____ g
2. 1/4 m = ____ cm

6. Fill in each of the blocks using the digits 1-9 (without repetition) such that when added horizontally, diagonally, and vertically it gives 15.

(1/2 × 4 = 2)

7. Minu wants change of Rs 500. How many notes will she get if she wants in return:

(1 × 2 = 2)
1. All Rs 50 notes
2. All Rs 10 notes

8. Divide 160 by 20 by repeated subtraction method and then check your answer by multiplication.

(2 × 1 = 2)

9. Solve the following:

(2 × 5 = 10)
1. The rate of 100 bricks is Rs 400. Rajesh requires 3000 bricks to build his house. How much money does he have to pay for the bricks?
2. A junk seller bought 1 kg of newspapers at Rs 47. He sold 14 kg of newspapers at Rs 602. Find his profit or loss.
3. 8 busses can carry 192 children. How many busses are required to carry 72 children?
4. Complete the table:
5.  Objects Number of edges Number of vertices
6. Give examples of any two letters which are asymmetric.

10. Ritu has 100 m lace to make border of a tablecloth.Following is the picture of a tablecloth. Look at the picture and answer the following questions:

(1 × 3 = 3)
1. How much lace is required to make one tablecloth?
2. How much lace will be required for 4 such tablecloths?
3. Find the lace that will left after making 4 table tablecloths?

11. John uses 9 kg 500 g of cotton to make one mattress.

(2 + 1 = 3)
1. How much cotton is required to make 10 such mattresses?
2. If he had 133 kg of cotton. How many mattresses can he make

12. What is the area of the square of side 4 m? How many square pieces of side 200 cm can be cut from it? (3 × 1 = 3)

13. There are 40 balls in a basket, one-quarter of them are red and the rest are white.

(2 + 1 = 3)
1. Find the number of red and white balls.
2. Draw a chapati-chart to represents the data.

14. A man gives different types of bicycles on rent. Following is the rate chart:

 Cycle Rate Mountain Bicycle Rs 190.45 per hour Road Bicycle Rs 72.5 per half hour City Bicycle Rs 157.75 per hour Folding Bicycle Rs 4 per minute

Look into the rates chart and answer the following questions:

(1 + 2 = 3)
1. Which bicycle cost the least and the most.
2. If Rajesh went on a ride on mountain bicycle and Ramesh on Folding Bicycle for 2 hours. Who paid more?