Sample Paper

MAX.MARKS:50

DURATION: 1:30 HRS

Level: 01

Subject: Maths

Class 5

**Answer all the questions.**

1) Fill in the blanks:

- The place value of 5 in the number 11,52,241 is _____.
- The volume of a cube of side 1 cm is _____.
- A number which has only two factors is called a ______ number.
- An angle which is less than 90° is called an _____ angle.
- 1 crore = ____ lakhs.

2) Answer the following:

- Write 2/10 as decimal.
- What part of the day is 6 hours?
- Is the fraction 7/9 equivalent to the fraction 21/27 ?
- Write a prime number which is an even number also.

3) Choose the correct answer:

- ____ multiplied by 3/9 is 3.
i) 9 ii) 3 iii) 1 iv) 0 - The space occupied by an object is called its _____.
i) Area ii) Perimeter iii) Volume iv) Capacity - Half of a right angle is:
i) 180° ii) 360° iii) 90° iv) 45° - A ____ has more than 50 lines of symmetry.
i) circle ii) equilateral triangle iii) rectangle iv) square - One-tenth of a centimetre is called a _____.
i) metre ii) kilometre iii) millimetre iv) centimetre

4) Match the following:

a)Rs 5 and 10 paise | i) cubic unit |

b) Volume | ii) Rs 5.10 |

c) Area | iii) 1.86 L |

d) 1860 mL | iv) square unit |

5) Write the numbers in words:

a) 142.34 | b) 76.06 |

6) Convert the decimal to fractions:

a) 4.06 | b) 11.1 |

7) Add the following:

a) 2/3 + 4/3 | b) 1/4 + 1/2 |

8) Write the correct name of the three-dimensional shapes for the given nets:

**9) Solve the following:**

- The length of fencing of a square field is 50 m. Find the side of the square?
- Write the first ten multiples of 14.
- Find the volume of the cuboid of length 4 cm, breadth 6 cm, and height 12 cm.
- If 3 cm on a map shows 42.12 km on the ground, then how long 13 cm on the map will shows on the ground?
- Find the smallest common multiple of 16 and 84.

**10) **Divide 2457 by 4 and write the quotient and remainder

**11) **Draw a factor tree of number 40.

12) Write the following numbers in the expanded form.

- 165.41
- 15.08

13) Identify the angle in the given figure as acute or obtuse angle.

**14) **Find the factors of 24, 18 and 62 and then answer the following question

- What are the common factors of 24 and 18.
- What is the largest common factor of all the numbers.

**15)** Each small square in the given figure is of side 2 cm.

Calculate the area and the perimeter of rectangle ABCD and also calculate the area of the triangle DEF.

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