**Mathematics (4th Class)**

**UNIT#1(a): Whole Numbers**

a) The smallest 6-digit number is

i) 111,111

ii) 100,000

ii) 01,010

iv) 111,000

b) The comparison of numbers always start from the

i) right

ii) left

iil) last

iv) above

c) In the number 738,101 the place value of digit 8 is

i) 800

i) 8

ii) 80

iv) 8,000

d) The greatest 6-digit number is

i)910,100 R

ii) 901,101

iii) 999,999

iv) 900,000

e) The number 348,011 is greater than

i) 348,010

i) 348,111

ii) 348,210

iv) 348,212

f) The number 431,108 is smaller than

i) 431,106

i) 431,107

ii) 430,100

iv) 431,109

**UNIT#1(b): **

a) The sum of 3,652 and 41,372 is equal to:

i) 77,904

i) 77,903

i) 45,024

V) 77,902

b) The sum of 17,278 and 62,354 is equal to:

i) 78,234

ii) 34,221

iii) 79,632

iv) 21,345

c)Ayesha has Rs. 23,456. Her friend gave her Rs. 13,131 more. Now she has 24

RS.

i) 36,587

ii) 35,467

iii) 36,434

iv) 34,567

d) When subtract 73,810 from 89,654 then we will get

i)12,345

ii) 13,245

iii) 14,765

iv)15,844

e) In a pond there were 87.654 fish. If 34,567 fish are shifted to another pond then ____ fish will be left in the first pond.

i) 53,123

ii) 53,456

iii) 53,087

iv) 53,567

(a). There are 4,500 plants in 90 rows. Each row contains an equal number of plants. Find the number of plants in a row.

i) 100

i) 10

i) 5

iv) 50

(b). If the price of one book is Rs. 250 then the price of 22 books will be

DRs. 5,555

i) Rs. 5,550

ii) Rs. 5,500

iv) Rs. 5,000

(c). Dividing 3,960 by 88, we will get

)41

i) 47

ii) 46

iv) 45

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d) Find the next term in the pattern: 6,18,30,42

i) 48

ii) 54

iii) 56

iv) 46

e) The next term in 88, 78, 68, is.

98

i) 58

ii) 48

iv)

47

a) 13 is a number.

i) composite

ii) common

ii) multiple

V) prime

b) If divisible by 3. of the all digits of a number is divisible by 3 then that number is sum

i) difference

ii) product

iv) quotient

c) The Prime factorization of 24 is:

i) 8×3

i) 1 x 24

i) 2x2x2x3

iv) 2×6 x2

d) The common factors of 2 and 4 is

i) 1,2

i) 2, 4

i) 4, 8

IV) 8, 12

e) The first common multiple of 5 and 10 is

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i) 2

li) 10

iv) 15

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i) hundredths

in) tenths

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ii) multiply

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but not exactly.

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1. Encircle the correct answer.

a) There are.

metres in one kilometre.

i) 1

it) 10

i) 100

iv) 1,000

grams in one kilogram.

ii) 1,000

b) There are

i) 1

iv) 1,000

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i) 1

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ii) 10

iv) 1,000

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d) One metre is equal to

i) 1,000

i) 10

ii) 1

iv) 100

e) One litre is equal to 1,000

i) grams

in) metres

ii) millitres

iv) litres

a) In the 12 hours format, 13:50 hours can be written as:

i) 1:50 a.m

i) 3:50 p.m

ii) 1:50 p.m iv) 12:50 p.m

b) In the 24 hours format, 3:55 p.m can be written as:

i) 13:55

ii) 14:55

ii) 15:55

iv) 16:55

c) Which is the longest time?

i) 2 years

i) 12 months

ii) 1 year 3 months

iv) 350 days

d) There are

months in 2 years, 6 months.

i) 21

i) 28

ii) 26

iv) 30

e) To convert years into months, we multiply the given years by.

i) 10

ii) 11

iv) 12

1. Encircle the correct answer.

a) The lines which keep going straight and never meet each other are

called:

i) horizontal lines

i) vertical lines

i) non-parallel lines

iv) parallel lines

b) There are

small parts in a protractor and each part is

equal to 1 degree.

i) 150

i) 120

ii) 180

360

c) When horizontal and vertical lines intersect each other at a point, they

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n) obtuse angles

lii) acute angles

iv) horizontal angles

d) An angle less than

is called an acute angle.

i) 900

ii) 80°

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100

iv) 180

e) The length of boundary a circle is called

of the circle.

i) circumference

i) centre

ii) diameter

iv) radius

f) The surface covered by a closed figure is the

of that figure.

i) length

i) side

ii) perimeter

iv) area

9) The line of symmetry divides a figure into

equal parts.

i)5

i) 4

ii) 3

iv) 2

a) It is important that in a bar graph, the

of each bar is

same.

i) length

ii) colour

11)

width

V) value

b)A bar graph can be of_

types.

iv) five

four

is also called a circle graph.

i) line graph

ii) three

c)two

i)pie chaart

ii) vertical bar graph

iv) horizontal bar graph

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is drawn by joining the dots representing the quantity

of a given value in the question.

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ii) line graph

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**Mathematics (5th Class)**

**Unit#1: WHOLE NUMBERS & OPERATIONS**

We put commas after every ______ digits in numbers.

A) 2

B) 3

C) 4

D) 16

**ANS: B**

The value of 2 in the number 6,985,621 is ______.

A) 2

B) 20

C) 200

D) 2,000

**ANS: B**

In 7,856,211 the digit ______ is the thousands place digit.

A) 2

B) 5

C) 6

D) 8

**ANS: C**

When we multiply a number by ______ we put 3 zeros to its right end.

A) 10

B) 100

C) 1,000

D) 1

**ANS: C**

When we _____ a number by 10 we remove a zero from its right.

A) Add

B) Subtract

C) Multiply

D) Divide

**ANS: D**

**Unit#2: HCF & LCM**

The HCF of 20, 48 and 56 is _______.

A) 4

B) 3

C) 5

D) 1

**ANS: A**

The HCF of two or more than two numbers, which have no common prime factor, is always ______.

A) 1000

B) 100

C) 10

D) 1

**ANS: d**

Prime factorization of 16 is _______.

A) 2×8

B) 1×16

C) 2x2x2x2

D) 2x4x2

**ANS: C**

The LCM of 33, 66 and 81 is _____.

A) 1,770

B) 1,872

C) 1,782

D) 1,287

**ANS: C**

The LCM of two or more prime numbers is always equal to their _____.

A) Prime factor

B) Quotient

C) LCM

D) Product

**ANS: D**

**Unit#3: FRACTIONS**

When _______ changing the order of the fractions will not affect the result

A) adding and subtracting

B) subtracting and dividing

C) multiplying and dividing

D) adding and multiplying

**ANS: D**

**Unit#4: DECIMALS & PERCENTAGE**

Putting _______ at the right of a decimal does not effect its value.

A) 100

B) 0

C) 1

D) 10

**ANS: B**

When multiplying a decimal by 100, we move decimal point 2 places to the _______.

A) left

B) down

C) up

D) right

**ANS: D**

We represent percentage by the symbol

A) ≤

B) •

C) =

D) %

**ANS: D**

20% of 540 is

A) 37

B) 108

C) 27

D) 270

**ANS: B**

Percentage is a special kind of fraction whose denominator is always ________.

A) 1

B) 10

C) 100

D) 1,000

**ANS: C**

**Unit#5: DISTANCE & TIME**

There are ______ meters in 2 kilometers.

A) 500

B) 1000

C) 200

D) 2000

**ANS: D**

To measure hours, minutes and seconds _______ are used.

A) Time

B) Distance

C) Area

D) Length

**ANS: A**

There are ______ months in 1/2 year.

A) 6

B) 12

C) 9

D) 5

**ANS: A**

There are ______ days in 10 months.

A) 300

B) 30

C) 15

D) 45

**ANS: A**

There are ______ minutes in 5 hours.

A) 60

B) 300

C) 200

D) 50

**ANS: B**

There are _______days in 7 weeks.

A) 49

B) 42

C) 7

D) 14

**ANS: A**

**Unit#6: UNITARY METHOD**

The price of a book is Rs 250, the price of 5 books will be Rs _____.

A) 50

B) 1,000

C) 1,250

D) 2,500

**ANS: C**

The price of 11 carpets is Rs 35805, the price of one carpet is _______.

A) 3,855

B) 3,055

C) 2,355

D) 3,255

**ANS: D**

The price of a book is Rs 555. The price of 10 books will be Rs ______.

A) 2,550

B) 5,050

C) 3,250

D) 5,550

**ANS: D**

Price of 6 oranges is Rs 48. The price of 72 oranges will be Rs ______.

A) 576

B) 96

C) 112

D) 576

**ANS: A**

The price of 3 chairs is Rs 645. The price of 16 chairs will be Rs _______.

A) 3,040

B) 3,004

C) 3,440

D) 3,404

**ANS: C**

**Unit#7: GEOMETRY**

Which of these is a reflex angle?

A) 75

B) 215

C) 180

D) 90

**ANS: D**

The supplement of 20″ is _______.

A) 160°

B) 40°

C) 70

D) 80

**ANS: A**

The sum of two right angles is equal to:

A) reflex angle

B) straight angle

C) acute angle

D) obtuse angled

**ANS: B**

Two angles will be called supplementary angles if their sum is equal to

A) 180

B) 90°

C) 360

D) 100

**ANS: A**

Which of the following shapes is not a quadrilateral?

**ANS: **

A triangle with ______ sides equal is called an isosceles triangle.

A) 1

B) 2

C) 3

D) 4

**ANS: B**

**Unit#8: PERIMETERS & AREAS**

If the length of a rectangle is 4 cm and width is 3.4 cm, then its perimeter will be equal to

A) 11.4 cm

B) 7.4 cm

C) 14.8 m

D) 10.8 cm

**ANS: C**

Formula to find the perimeter of the square is:

A) 4 +L

B) 4- L

C) 4L

D) 4/L

**ANS: C**

The formula to find the perimeter of the rectangle is:

A) 2(L +W)

B) 2L + W

C) L+2W

D) L+W

**ANS: A**

Area of a rectangle is 45m^{2}, If its length is 15m then its width is:

A) 2m

B) 3m

C) 4m

D) 5m

**ANS: B**

The formula to find the area of the square is:

A) L x L

B) 2(L +W)

C) L+2W

D) 4L

**ANS: A**

The formula to find the area of the rectangle is:

A) L x W

B) 2(L+ W

C) L+2W

D) 4L

**ANS: A**

If the perimeter of the rectangle is 34 cm and we increase its length by 2 cm then there will be a difference of _______ cm in its perimeter.

A) 2

B) 4

C) 8

D) 6

**ANS: B**

If the length of one side of the square is 14 cm, then its perimeter will be ______.

A) 14 cm

B) 56 cm

C) 256 cm

D) 28 cm

**ANS: B**

**Unit#9: DATA HANDLING**

The average of a number of items can be found by Dividing sum of items by number of items

A) Dividing Sum of items by number of items

B) Adding sum of items and number of items

C) Multiplying sum of items by number of items

D) Subtracting sum of items from number of items

**ANS: A **

If a student got 19, 21, 22, 24 and 19 marks in different subjects in the monthly test, his average marks will be

A) 19

B) 21

C) 22

D) 25

**ANS: B**

To find the sum of some values whose average is known the following formula is used

A) sum of items = average of items + number of items

B) sum of items = average of items -number of items

C) sum of items = average of items x number of items

D) sum of items average of number of items

**ANS: C**

If the sum of some quantities is 600 and the average is 50, then number of quantities will be

A) 15

B) 12

C) 10

D) 5

**ANS: B**

Ahmed jumped 12 time in the first minute, 9 times in the second minute and

15 time in the third minute. What will be the average of number of jumps Ahmed

did in the three minutes.

A) 9

B) 11

C) 12

D) 15

**ANS: C**

Express 7/8 as percentage

- 87 and half % (87 ½ %)

The sphere radius is increased by 10% . the surface area increases by:

- 21%

The average of 7 consecutive numbers is 33. The largest of these number is

- 36

If 4^{a}=8^{b} , what is the ratio of a to b?

- 2/3

A 100 meters long train passes a bridge at 72 km/h in 25 sec . what is the length of the indige?

- 600 m

9999 + 8888 +777 + ?= 19700

- 64

9 is 1/3 % of what number?

- 27

If 4 out of 25 students failed in exam. What percent of them passed?

- 84 %

The square root of 729 is

- 27

The zoo had some parrots and some lions ,The zoo keeper counted 15 heads and 50 legs. How many lions were there?

- 10

5*7/14*10 =?

- 35/140

18 is 75% of ?

- 24

2/5 is equal ?/50. Replace ? with correct number for equality ?

- 10

If a man can manufacture 27 baskets per hour , then 45 men can manufacture how may baskets in 40 minutes?

- 54

5448 rounded off to the nearest 1000 is

- 5000

30% of 100 in equal to 3 % of ?

- 1000

Aslam ran around a ¼ km track 17 times . how many kilometers did he ran?

- 4 ¼

Find the square of 35

- 1225

If each side of Rhombus is equal to 6cm then Calculate the perimeter of a rhombus ?

- 48 cm

3/1000 written as fraction is

- 0.003

A rectangle has length of 10 cm and a perimeter of 30 cm find the width of the rectangle

- 5cm

42% In a class of 550 students wish to go to college . How many students wish to attend the college?

- 231

3.29 * 1000 equals to

- 3290