Sample Paper

MAX.MARKS:50

DURATION: 1:30 HRS

Level: 02

Subject: Maths

Class 5

1) Fill in the blanks

(1/2 × 2 = 1)
1. A ray has ____ endpoint(s).
2. Place value of 8 in 20000874 is _______.

2) Write down true or false.

(1 × 2 = 2)
1. The decimal part of 12.651 is 12. _______
2. The product of 3 and 1/3 is 1. ______

3) Match the columns:

(1 × 6 = 6)
 a) HCF of 12, 15 i) 11 b) LCM of 12, 16 ii) 3 c) Common factor of 100, 144 iii) 31 d) 9988 is divisible by iv) 4 e) Sum of the factors of 25 v) 63 f) Sum of the first five multiples of 3 vi) 48

(1 × 12 = 12)
1. _________ more than 59975 is between 60025 and 60050?
 i) 50 ii) 49 iii) 51 iv) 48

2. The smallest number which is divisible by 4, 6, 12, 15, and 20.
 i) 40 ii) 60 iii) 80 iv) 20

3. Select the odd one out:
 i) 60° ii) 89° iii) 85° iv) 92°

4. Price of one dozen bananas is Rs 60. The price of one banana is:
 i) Rs 6 ii) Rs 5 iii) Rs 4 iv) Rs 10

5. A triangle with any two sides of equal length is called:
 i) Isosceles Triangle ii) Isosceles right-angled triangle iii) Right-angled triangle iv) Equilateral triangle

6. 7/9 is equivalent with:
 i) 14/15 ii) 14/18 iii) 21/28 iv) 21/24

7. Which one will come next?
 i) ii) iii) iv)

8. 7 km 389 m can be written in km as:
 i) 7.389 km ii) 73.89 km iii) 738.9 km iv) 0.7389 km

9. 25/100 =
 i) 2.5 ii) 0.25 iii) 25.0 iv) 0.025

10. 1 hour = _________ day
 i) 1/6 of a day ii) 1/4 of a day iii) 1/8 of a day iv) 1/2 of a day

11. In a right-angled triangle, the angles other than the right angle are,
 i) Acute angles ii) Right angles iii) Obtuse angle iv) Straight angles

12. 69. 499 can be written in words as:
1. Sixty-nine point four hundred ninety-nine
2. Sixty-nine four hundred ninety-nine
3. Sixty-nine point four nine nine
4. Six nine point four nine nine

(2 × 6 = 12)
1. Shalu walked around a square park and find that she has walked 64 m in one round. What is the length of each side of the park?
2. A cuboid-shaped swimming pool has a length of 25 m and a breadth of 18 m. The height of water in it is 4 m. Find the volume of the water in the swimming pool?
3. In a furniture shop, the cost of pair of beds is Rs 1,30,000. A manager bought 3 beds for his hotel. How much does he have to pay for that?
4. A bell rings every 5 minutes and the second bell rings every 6 minutes. If the two bells rang together at 8:00 am, what is the next time they will ring together?
5. Raju took 4 minutes to swim one-tenth kilometre. How long would it take him to swim 2 kilometres?
6. Find the HCF of 72, 96, and 120.

6) Do as directed.

(2 × 2 = 4)
1. Identify the 3-D shapes for the given nets.
2. Draw the angles.
 i) Right angle ii) 60°

7) Do as directed.

(2 × 2 = 4)
1. Convert from decimal to fraction:
 i) 25.036 ii) 47.360

2. Find the sum of the prime numbers between 1 to 50.

8) Favourite games of some students are represented using tally marks in the following table.

1. How many more students like cricket than football?
2. Write down true or false for the following statement and give the reason for your answer.

‘Badminton lovers are one-third of tennis lovers.’

3. 10 more students came and said that they like tennis. Represent is new data using the tally marks

(2 × 3 = 6)
1. Following bar charts shows the temperature of some cities on 1st May 2020, and 1st November 2020.

Which city shows the highest change in temperature between 1st May and 1st December, and how much?

2. In the following picture, the side of each small triangle is 2 cm.

Find the perimeter of the triangle ABC.

3. A carpenter bought a wooden board of 12 cm × 15 cm for Rs 2000, and coloured it before selling. He sells it for Rs 2956. The price of the colour was Rs 5 per sq cm. How much profit or loss did he suffer in this transaction?