Level 4

Maths

Class 5

MAX. MARKS: 50

**Answer all the questions.**

1) Fill in the blanks

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

2)Write down true or false.

(1 × 2 = 2)- Successor of 58,64,879 is 5,64,881. _______
- 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)- Which of the following pair are not co-prime numbers?
- Which one will come next in the given pattern?
- Look at the picture and find the angle between the hour hand and the minute hand.
- 100 g = _________ kg
- 560/100 =

i) 64,63 | ii) 64,62 |

iii) 64,65 | iv) 63,65 |

i) 90° | ii) 45° |

iii) 60° | iv) 80° |

i) 2/5 kg | ii) 2/3 kg |

iii) 1/5 kg | iv) 1/10 kg |

i) 56 | ii) 5.6 |

iii) 0.56 | iv) 5.60 |

5) Answer the following questions:

(2 × 6 = 12)- A bus is running at a speed of 45 km per hour. How long will it take to cover a distance of 180 km?
- 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.
- 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.
- 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?
- Joy buys one dozen pens for Rs 120 and sold it for Rs 15 each. Find his total profit or loss in this transaction?
- Find the sum of the number of edges, corners, and faces of a cube.

6) Do as directed.

(2 × 2 = 4)- Identify the 3-D shapes of the given net.
- Draw the angles.

i) 85° | ii) 64° |

7) Solve the followings.

(2 × 2 = 4)- Convert from decimal to fraction:
- Write the numbers in words:

i) 52.064 | ii) 78.462 |

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)

- How many more students like English than Science?
- For the following statement write down true or false and give the reason.
- How many less students like History than Mathematics?

‘History lovers are one-fourth of the English lovers.’

9) Answer the following questions.

(3 × 4 = 12)- A survey was done on 240 children about their preferences for books. The result is shown by the following circle chart.
- Find the number of students who like to read puzzle books.
- How many more students like comic books than poem books?
- Find the area of part B shown in the following picture.
- 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.
- 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?

MAX. MARKS: 50

Level 4

Maths

Class 5

**Answer all the questions.**

1) Fill in the blanks

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

2)Write down true or false.

(1 × 2 = 2)- Successor of 58,64,879 is 5,64,881. _______
- 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)- Which of the following pair are not co-prime numbers?
- Which one will come next in the given pattern?
- Look at the picture and find the angle between the hour hand and the minute hand.
- 100 g = _________ kg
- 560/100 =

i) 64,63 | ii) 64,62 |

iii) 64,65 | iv) 63,65 |

i) 90° | ii) 45° |

iii) 60° | iv) 80° |

i) 2/5 kg | ii) 2/3 kg |

iii) 1/5 kg | iv) 1/10 kg |

i) 56 | ii) 5.6 |

iii) 0.56 | iv) 5.60 |

5) Answer the following questions:

(2 × 6 = 12)- A bus is running at a speed of 45 km per hour. How long will it take to cover a distance of 180 km?
- 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.
- 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.
- 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?
- Joy buys one dozen pens for Rs 120 and sold it for Rs 15 each. Find his total profit or loss in this transaction?
- Find the sum of the number of edges, corners, and faces of a cube.

6) Do as directed.

(2 × 2 = 4)- Identify the 3-D shapes of the given net.
- Draw the angles.

i) 85° | ii) 64° |

7) Solve the followings.

(2 × 2 = 4)- Convert from decimal to fraction:
- Write the numbers in words:

i) 52.064 | ii) 78.462 |

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)

- How many more students like English than Science?
- For the following statement write down true or false and give the reason.
- How many less students like History than Mathematics?

‘History lovers are one-fourth of the English lovers.’

9) Answer the following questions.

(3 × 4 = 12)- A survey was done on 240 children about their preferences for books. The result is shown by the following circle chart.
- Find the number of students who like to read puzzle books.
- How many more students like comic books than poem books?
- Find the area of part B shown in the following picture.
- 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.
- 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?