Sample Paper

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DURATION: 1:30 HRS

Level: 03

Subject: Maths

Class 4

1) Fill in the blanks:

(1 × 5 = 5)
1. The total length of the boundary of a field is called its ____ (area/ perimeter).
2. Successor of the smallest 5-digit number is _____.
3. Division is ______ subtraction (repeated/ equal to).
4. A dice has ___ faces.
5. A fraction with numerator 1 is called ____ fraction. (like/unlike/unit).

(1 × 3 = 3)
1. Which of the following is measure in litres?
 i) Milk ii) Orange iii) Sugar iv) Pencil
2. An activity that takes more than half an hour.
 i) Bathing ii) Eating Lunch iii) Cooking noodles iv) Sleeping
3. Unit for measuring distance between two cities:
 i) cm ii) m iii) mm iv) km

3) Match the following:

(1 × 5 = 5)
 a)200 ÷ 50 i) 500 b) 12,867 – 1 ii) 5 c) Place value of 5 in 7580 iii) 4 d) 15/01/2022 iv) Predecessor of 12,867 e) Face value of 5 in 5423 v) 15th January 2022

4) Write the time using a.m/ p.m to fill in the blanks.

(1 × 3 = 3)
1. 8:30 in the morning. ______
2. 15:30 hours _____
3. 5:15 in the afternoon ______

(2 × 3 = 6)
1. Rajesh’s height is 2 m 32 cm and his brother is 105 cm less longer than him. Height Rajesh’s brother is:
 i) 1 m 57 cm ii) 1 m 27 cm iii) 1 m 25 cm iv) 1 m 37 cm
2. If the cost of 2 kg mangoes is Rs 104, then the cost of 3 kg of mangoes is:
 i) Rs 153 ii) Rs 312 iii) Rs 315 iv) Rs 156
3. In a class of 64 students, half of the students are girls. Find the number of boys in the class.
 i) 32 ii) 16 iii) 31 iv) 64

6) Convert the followings:

(1 × 2 = 2)
1. 2 years 6 months into months.
2. 1 hour 12 minutes into minutes.

7) Draw the hands in the clocks to show the following times:

(1 × 2 = 2)
1. 30 minutes after 9
2. Quarter to 5

8) Numbers from 1 to 6 are written on each face of a cube in such a way the sum of the numbers on two opposite faces is always 7. Look into the figure below and answer the followings:

(1 × 2 = 2)
1. Which number is on the opposite side of 1?
2. Which number should be on the bottom of the cube?

9) Given below is the image of a field.

(1 × 2 = 2)
1. Find the total boundary length of the field.
2. If a person run thrice around the field. Find the distance covered by him.

10) Solve the following:

(2 × 4 = 8)
1. Fill in the blocks with the letters E, F, G and H in such a way that no letter comes twice in any row or column.
2. Jack has Rs 1000. He bought a t-shirt for Rs 364.50 and a pant for Rs 500.50. Find the amount left with him?
3. Give an example of a letter with two lines of symmetry. Draw it.
4. Complete the pattern:

11) There are 40 apples in a basket. Half of the apples are pink, one-quarter of the apples are red and the rest are green. Calculate the

(1 × 3 = 3)
1. Pink apples
2. Red apples
3. Green apples

12) Use a compass to draw a circle of radius 3 cm and 4 cm with the common centre. Also find the difference between their diameters.

(3 × 1 = 3)

13) Sumair bought 3 kg of rice for Rs 135 and sold it for Rs 57 per kg.

(1 × 3 = 3)
1. How much will he earn in selling 1 kg of rice?
2. How much rice should he sell to make a profit of Rs 312.
3. If he sold the rice at Rs 43 per kg then what would be his loss or profit in selling 12 kg of rice.

14) Observe the given picture and answer the following questions:

(1 × 3 = 3)
1. If David moves straight and then take a right turn, then a left turn and again a right turn. Where will David reach?
2. Explain the way David should take to reach the Treasure Chest.
3. From the Treasure Chest how will he manage to reach the exists.