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SAMPLE MID TERM MATHEMATICS EXAMINATION QUESTIONS FOR YEAR 4, 5 AND 6 (THEORY AND OBJECTIVES)

SUMMER TERM MID-TERM EXAMINATIONS 2018/2019
NAME: ______________________________________          CLASS: YEAR 5
SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS               DATE__________________________



Section A: OBJECTIVES
Instructions: Underline the correct answers.
1. Write seven hundred and seventy seven thousand in numbers. A. 777              B.770             C. 7070           D. 777000

2. What is the place value of digit 3 in 4327?   A ones.        B. tens           C. hundreds         D. 30

3. Workout 999+ 11   A. 1000    B. 1010    C. 1041    D. 1001

4. A pen cost #5. How much will 10 pens cost?   A. #15         B. #50      C. #60       D. #75

5. Which of the tollowing numbers is divisible by 2? (a) 63     (b) 109       (c) 45       (d) 86

6. Solve 416 ÷ 4.   (a) 154 remain 1       (b) 151 remain 4      (c) 150       (d) 154

7. In a class there are 27 pupils. Each pupil paid #20 as exam fee. How much was paid in total?  (a) #270         (b) #640      (c) #340      (d) #540

8. Work out: 24533 - 694.  (a) 21494      (b) 23839        (c) 24839       (d) 23949


9. Which of the following number is even?  (a) 320     (b) 117      (c) 289       (d) 501

10. Work out 37.02 + 18.89     (a) 55.09        (b) 56.09       (c) 55.91        (d) 56.91

11. Which of the following numbers is ODD?  (a) 201    (b) 300    (c) 424  (d)196

12. Find the total distance around the a rectangle of length 85m and breadth 70m. 
(a) 351m      (b) 249m     (c) 310m     (d) 331m

13. How many days are there in four weeks?  (a)40     (b) 35     (c) 28     (d) 21

14. If 15x = 150, what is the value of x?   (a) 15     (b) 10.     (c) 7      (d) 30

15. Which of the following months has 31 days?  (a) October     (b) November    (c) April    (b) February

Section B: Theory
Answer all questions
1. Solve the following lengths:
           


        
2.   Reduce the following fractions to lowest terms:  (i) 8/24   (ii) 18/27    (iii) 16/48



3. (i) Convert the following weights to kilogram (kg) 
a. 6500g                        b. 2000g                              
    (ii) Change the units of these weights to gram
a. 3.2kg.                         b. 200kg.                     
           




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