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MAX.MARKS:50

DURATION: 1:30 HRS

Level: 02

Subject: Maths

Class 4

Answer all the questions.

  1. Fill in the blanks

    (1 × 6 = 6)
    1. One day = ___ hour.
    2. If we subtract 1 from the number then the result is the ________ (predecessor/successor) of the number.
    3. Multiplication is ______ addition.
    4. A cube has ___ faces.
    5. We can make a table of 7 with the table of 2 and ___.
    6. 17:00 hours = ____ pm.
  2. Answer the following questions:

    (1 × 6 = 6)
    1. If the diameter of a circle is 14 cm, then what is the radius of the circle.
    2. If each row has 5 jars, then how many jars will 12 such rows have?
    3. Write the name of the fraction 3/4.
    4. If 21st February was Saturday, then what day was on 19th February.
    5. Draw the top view of a bowl.
    6. A roadshow starts at 5:15 pm and ends after 3 hours. At what time did the event end?
  3. Choose the correct answer:

    (1 × 6 = 6)
    1. In the figure below, which point is the farthest from the point A.
      G4_1_QP2_Direction
      1. Point C
      2. Point B
      3. Point D
      4. Both point B and D
    2. What fraction does the shaded region represent.
      box
      1. 4/3
      2. 3/4
      3. 1/2
      4. 1/4
    3. Quarter of an hour is ____ minutes.
      1. 60 minutes
      2. 30 minutes
      3. 45 minutes
      4. 15 minutes
    4. Weight of an eraser is approximately:
      1. 500 gm
      2. 1 kg
      3. 40 gm
      4. half of a kg
    5. What will come next, if the following pattern is continued?

      2AB, 4CD, 6EF, ____

      1. 7GH
      2. 8GH
      3. 5GH
      4. 8H1
    6. When the hour hand is between 3 and 4, and the minute hand is at 6, the time in the clock is:
      1. Half past 3
      2. Half past 6
      3. Quarter past 6
      4. Quarter past 3
  4. Put the proper sign <,>, =

    (1 × 3 = 3)
    1. 1 day ____ 60 minutes.
    2. 56,908 ____ 56,910
    3. 1 km ____ 1000 m
  5. Solve the following:

    (2 × 7 = 14)
    1. Rahul has 12 boxes of cupcakes. Each box had 16 chocolate cupcakes and 4 red velvet cupcakes. How many cakes did he have in all?
    2. Find two different ways to balance the weight of 1 kg using the given weights.
      G4_3_QP2_Weight
    3. Follow the pattern and complete the number box.
      G4_4_QP2_Number box
    4. How many cups will be required to fill 2 litres of water if each cup can hold 400 mL of water?
    5. Use the grid method to multiply 254 by 24.
    6. Draw a circle of radius 2 cm using a compass. Find the diameter of the circle.
    7. 12 trucks can carry 2,592 bricks. How many trucks can carry 864 bricks?
  6. A cat jumps 4 steps at a time starting from 0.

    (1 × 2 = 2)
    1. Count the number of jumps she takes to reach 36.
    2. If she takes 20th jump, she will reach at ____?
  7. Following is a circle chart showing the number of girls and boys in a class of 40 students.

    (2 × 1 = 2)
    G4_5_QP2_Chart
    1. How many of the students are girls?
    2. How many of the students are boys?
  8. Convert the following:

    (1 × 2 = 2)
    1. 8756 gm into kg and g.
    2. 75 minutes into hour and minutes.
  9. A snacks shop displays the following rate chart:

    Items Quantity Price
    Pizza 1 Rs 350
    Burger 2 Rs 90
    Momo 1 plate Rs 100

    Observe the chart and answer the following questions.

    (1 × 3 =3)
    1. What is the price of 2 pizzas and half plate Momo?
    2. What is the price of 3 burgers?
    3. Which costs more 3 burgers or one and a half plates Momo?
  10. Harika took a loan of Rs 5560 from a bank. He had to pay Rs 550 per month for a year. Manish took a loan of the same amount from his friend and paid him Rs 6000 at the end of the year.

    Answer the following question:

    (1 × 3 = 3)
    1. How much amount did Harika have to pay?
    2. Who has to pay more amount?
    3. Due to on-time payment, the bank did not charge the last month’s amount. Now calculate who paid more and by how much?
  11. On an orange juice it was written as best before 180 days. 15/07/19 was mentioned as the date of packaging on the packet of the juice.

    Answer the following question:

    (1 × 3 = 3)
    1. Till when the juice can be consumed?
    2. Rohit bought the juice on 14/11/19. Can he consume it after 120 days?
    3. Is it safe for Manisha to buy the juice on 15/01/21?
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