Sample Paper
Level 4
Maths
Class 5

DURATION: 2 HRS
MAX. MARKS: 50



Answer all the questions.

1) Fill in the blanks

(1 × 2 = 2)
  1. HCF of two or more numbers is greater than or equal to ___. (both the numbers/1/ 0)
  2. 4 km + 2 m + 6 cm = _________cm.

2)Write down true or false.

(1 × 2 = 2)
  1. Successor of 58,64,879 is 5,64,881. _______
  2. Sum of the prime factors of 162 is 14. ____

3) Match the columns:

(1 × 6 = 6)
a) Right Angle i) 4 × side
b) Acute Angle ii) side × side
c) One-third of a straight angle iii) side + side + side
d) Perimeter of a triangle iv) 60°
e) Area of a square v) 85°
f) Perimeter of a square vi) 90°

4) Choose the correct answer:

(1 × 5 = 5)
  1. Which of the following pair are not co-prime numbers?
  2. i) 64,63 ii) 64,62
    iii) 64,65 iv) 63,65
  3. Which one will come next in the given pattern?
  4. G5_1_QP4_BLUE.png
    1. G5_2_QP4_BLUE1.png
    2. G5_3_QP4_BLUE2.png
    3. G5_4_QP4_BLUE3.png
    4. G5_5_QP5_BLUE4.png
  5. Look at the picture and find the angle between the hour hand and the minute hand.
  6. G5_6_QP4_CLOCK.png
    i) 90° ii) 45°
    iii) 60° iv) 80°
  7. 100 g = _________ kg
  8. i) 2/5 kg ii) 2/3 kg
    iii) 1/5 kg iv) 1/10 kg
  9. 560/100 =
  10. i) 56 ii) 5.6
    iii) 0.56 iv) 5.60

5) Answer the following questions:

(2 × 6 = 12)
  1. A bus is running at a speed of 45 km per hour. How long will it take to cover a distance of 180 km?
  2. A cuboidal box has a square base of side 16 m. The height of the box is half of the length of its base. Find the volume of the box.
  3. Length and breadth of a veranda are 8 meters, and 4 meters respectively. If the rate of tiling is Rs 8.50 per sq. m., then find the total cost of tiling the floor of the veranda.
  4. 84 oranges and 91 apples are equally packed in cartons such that no fruit is left. What is the maximum possible numbers of cartons that are needed to packed the fruits?
  5. Joy buys one dozen pens for Rs 120 and sold it for Rs 15 each. Find his total profit or loss in this transaction?
  6. Find the sum of the number of edges, corners, and faces of a cube.

6) Do as directed.

(2 × 2 = 4)
  1. Identify the 3-D shapes of the given net.
    1. G5_7_QP4_BOX.png
    2. G5_8_QP4_STAR.png
  2. Draw the angles.
  3. i) 85° ii) 64°

7) Solve the followings.

(2 × 2 = 4)
  1. Convert from decimal to fraction:
  2. i) 52.064 ii) 78.462
  3. Write the numbers in words:
  4. i) 64.598 ii) 45.405

8) In the given table favourite subjects of some students are shown using tally marks. Observe the given table and answer the following questions.(1+1+1=3)

G5_9_QP4_ENGLISH.png
  1. How many more students like English than Science?
  2. For the following statement write down true or false and give the reason.
  3. ‘History lovers are one-fourth of the English lovers.’

  4. How many less students like History than Mathematics?

9) Answer the following questions.

(3 × 4 = 12)
  1. A survey was done on 240 children about their preferences for books. The result is shown by the following circle chart.
  2. G5_10_QP4_CIRCLE.png
    1. Find the number of students who like to read puzzle books.
    2. How many more students like comic books than poem books?
  3. Find the area of part B shown in the following picture.
  4. G5_11_QP4_REDBOX.png
  5. A park is in the shape of a square with side length of 120 m. The park is divided diagonally into two equal triangular grounds. Find the area of each of the triangular ground.
  6. A local bus service has 2 lines of buses that start together at 7 am. The buses from line A start after every 15 minutes and buses from line B start after every 20 minutes. In a day how many times do the buses on both the lines A and B leave together between 7 am and 11 am?

DURATION: 2 HRS
MAX. MARKS: 50

Sample Paper
Level 4
Maths
Class 5



Answer all the questions.

1) Fill in the blanks

(1 × 2 = 2)
  1. HCF of two or more numbers is greater than or equal to ___. (both the numbers/1/ 0)
  2. 4 km + 2 m + 6 cm = _________cm.

2)Write down true or false.

(1 × 2 = 2)
  1. Successor of 58,64,879 is 5,64,881. _______
  2. Sum of the prime factors of 162 is 14. ____

3) Match the columns:

(1 × 6 = 6)
a) Right Angle i) 4 × side
b) Acute Angle ii) side × side
c) One-third of a straight angle iii) side + side + side
d) Perimeter of a triangle iv) 60°
e) Area of a square v) 85°
f) Perimeter of a square vi) 90°

4) Choose the correct answer:

(1 × 5 = 5)
  1. Which of the following pair are not co-prime numbers?
  2. i) 64,63 ii) 64,62
    iii) 64,65 iv) 63,65
  3. Which one will come next in the given pattern?
  4. G5_1_QP4_BLUE.png
    1. G5_2_QP4_BLUE1.png
    2. G5_3_QP4_BLUE2.png
    3. G5_4_QP4_BLUE3.png
    4. G5_5_QP5_BLUE4.png
  5. Look at the picture and find the angle between the hour hand and the minute hand.
  6. G5_6_QP4_CLOCK.png
    i) 90° ii) 45°
    iii) 60° iv) 80°
  7. 100 g = _________ kg
  8. i) 2/5 kg ii) 2/3 kg
    iii) 1/5 kg iv) 1/10 kg
  9. 560/100 =
  10. i) 56 ii) 5.6
    iii) 0.56 iv) 5.60

5) Answer the following questions:

(2 × 6 = 12)
  1. A bus is running at a speed of 45 km per hour. How long will it take to cover a distance of 180 km?
  2. A cuboidal box has a square base of side 16 m. The height of the box is half of the length of its base. Find the volume of the box.
  3. Length and breadth of a veranda are 8 meters, and 4 meters respectively. If the rate of tiling is Rs 8.50 per sq. m., then find the total cost of tiling the floor of the veranda.
  4. 84 oranges and 91 apples are equally packed in cartons such that no fruit is left. What is the maximum possible numbers of cartons that are needed to packed the fruits?
  5. Joy buys one dozen pens for Rs 120 and sold it for Rs 15 each. Find his total profit or loss in this transaction?
  6. Find the sum of the number of edges, corners, and faces of a cube.

6) Do as directed.

(2 × 2 = 4)
  1. Identify the 3-D shapes of the given net.
    1. G5_7_QP4_BOX.png
    2. G5_8_QP4_STAR.png
  2. Draw the angles.
  3. i) 85° ii) 64°

7) Solve the followings.

(2 × 2 = 4)
  1. Convert from decimal to fraction:
  2. i) 52.064 ii) 78.462
  3. Write the numbers in words:
  4. i) 64.598 ii) 45.405

8) In the given table favourite subjects of some students are shown using tally marks. Observe the given table and answer the following questions.(1+1+1=3)

G5_9_QP4_ENGLISH.png
  1. How many more students like English than Science?
  2. For the following statement write down true or false and give the reason.
  3. ‘History lovers are one-fourth of the English lovers.’

  4. How many less students like History than Mathematics?

9) Answer the following questions.

(3 × 4 = 12)
  1. A survey was done on 240 children about their preferences for books. The result is shown by the following circle chart.
  2. G5_10_QP4_CIRCLE.png
    1. Find the number of students who like to read puzzle books.
    2. How many more students like comic books than poem books?
  3. Find the area of part B shown in the following picture.
  4. G5_11_QP4_REDBOX.png
  5. A park is in the shape of a square with side length of 120 m. The park is divided diagonally into two equal triangular grounds. Find the area of each of the triangular ground.
  6. A local bus service has 2 lines of buses that start together at 7 am. The buses from line A start after every 15 minutes and buses from line B start after every 20 minutes. In a day how many times do the buses on both the lines A and B leave together between 7 am and 11 am?