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SAMPLE MID-TERM MATHEMATICS THEORY AND OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS FOR YEAR 4, 5 AND 6

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



Section A: OBJECTIVES
Instructions: Underline the correct answers.
Change 278 into Roman Numerals   (a)LXVIII  (b) MCLXXVIII  (c) DCLXVIII (d) CCLXXVIII
Change  into improper fraction 19 5/11 (a) 214/11  (b)203/11  (c) 315/11  (d) 297/11
Find the H.C.F of 18 and 36  (a) 18  (b) 20  (c) 2  (d)  4
Write down the next two terms of this sequence 6,7,9,12,16 ___, _____   (a) 18, 20  (b) 21, 27     (c) 17, 19  (d) 20,22 
Find the smallest number that can be divided by 6, 8 and 12. (a) 30  (b) 24  (c) 60  (d) 120  (d) 120  (e) 240
Which is the smallest of these fractions: 1/3, 1/8, ¼, 2/5, ½?   (a) 1/3  (b) 1/8  (c) ¼  (d) 2/5  (e) ½
Find the simple interest on N750 for 5 years at the rate of 6% per annum.   (a) N975  (b)N250  
(c) N225  (d)N150  (e) N125
Express in words: 200,384  (a) two hundred thousand, three hundred and eighty four   (b)two hundred thousand, three eight-four  (c) twenty thousand, three hundred and eighty-four  (d) twenty three thousand and eighty-four (e) two hundred and three thousand and eight-four 
Express 3/8 as a decimal (a) 0.875  (b) 0.037  (c) 0.285  (d) 0.375  (e) 63
475 – x = 317. What is x? (a) 185  (b) 158  (c)168  (d) 178  (e) 188 
32/7 as an improper fraction.  (a) 23/7  (b) 14/2  (c) 4/7  (d) 30/7
Multiply 0.007 by 7.   (a) 4.9  (b) 0.0049   (c) 0.049   (d) 0.49
8 men did a job in 24 days. How long would 6 men take to do it?  (a) 32 days  (b)  48 days  (c)18 days  (d) 2 days 
The cost of 20 oranges at 1½ kobo each is  (a) 20k  (b) 30k  (c) 25k  (d) 35k
If P = 30, what is the value of    +   (a) 10  (b) 25  (c) 30  (d) 120 

SECTION B: THEORY
Instructions: Answer all questions
(a) If the perimeter of a rectangle is 44m and the breadth is 8m. Find the length of the shape. 
(b) If the perimeter of a square is 64m. Find its length. 

The diameter of a car wheel is 28cm, find its circumference.

i. Find the volume of the cube with side 5cm.
ii. If a rectangular tank has length 2cm and breadth 6cm, find the volume of the tank if the height is 8cm.

4.     i.  Convert the following lengths to meter 
a. 3km     b. 5km c. 10km  
        ii. Convert these lengths to kilometer
a. 1000m b. 3300m c. 2500m

5.      Arrange the following weights in ascending order
         23kg, 63kg, 92kg, 35kg, 65kg, 26kg, 56kg, 37kg, 86kg, 67kg, 32kg, 86kg, 16kg, 56kg,
          86kg, 76kg, 27kg, 67kg









CLASS: YEAR QUANTITATIVE REASONING 

Sample

18 ||27 || 40.5      
24 || 36 || 54
20 || 30 || 45


1. 16 || 24 || ?

2. 4 || ?  || 9

3. 34 || 51  || ?

4. 10 || 15  || ?

5. ? || 126 || 189

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