MATHEMATICS PRIMARY FIVE FIRST TERM QUESTIONS

MATHEMATICS PRIMARY FIVE FIRST TERM QUESTIONS

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MATHEMATICS PRIMARY FIVE FIRST TERM QUESTIONS

1. Express 3400036 in words
a. Thirty-four thousand and thirty-six
b. Three hundred and forty thousand and thirty-six
c. Three million four hundred thousand and thirty-six
d. Three hundred and forty million and thirty-six
2. Write 56,001 in words.
a. Five hundred and six thousand and one
b. Fifty six thousand and one
c. Fifty thousand, one hundred and one
d. Five thousand, six hundred and one
3. Express 24204304 in words.
a. Two hundred and forty-thousand four hundred and thirty four.
b. Two hundred and forty-two million four thousand three hundred and four
c. Two billion four hundred and twenty million four hundred and thirty four
d. Twenty-four million two hundred and four thousand three hundred and four
4. Write in figures: Sixty eight thousand and twenty two
a. 6228
b. 6822
c. 68022
d. 68220
5. what is the place value of 6 in 2,367,830?
a. hundred
b. tens of thousand
c. hundreds of thousand
d. tenth of thousand.
6. Reduce 6/12 to its lowest term.
a. ½
b. ¾
c. 1/6
d.. 2/4
7. Change 13/10 to mixed fraction.
a. 13/10
b. 2 4/5
c. 1⅞
d. 27/8

8. Change 4⅔ to improper fraction.
a. 19/4
b. 14/3
c. 17/4
d. 14/3

9. 7/15 – 4/15 =
a. 1/5
b. 3/15
c. 4/15
d. 2/15
10. 4/7 x 1/7
a. 5/6
b. 4/7
c. 5/7
d. 4/49


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11. 1/6 ÷ 2/9
a. ¾
b. ¼
c. 2/9
d. 3/9

12. Add ⅓ and ¼
a. 2/7
b. 7/12
c. 5/12
d. 3/12
13. what is the place value of 4 in 23. 245
a. hundredths
b. thousandths
c. tenths
d. thousand
14. Express 6/25 as a decimal fraction.
a. 0.24
b. 0.024
c. 0.0024
d. 0.00204
15. Find the sum of 0.073, 6.3 and 2.12.
a. 10.500
b. 8.493
c. 7.330
d. 5.421
e. 3.480
16. Find the difference between 68.7 and 9.91
a. 58.79
b. 57. 97
c. 58.97
d. 58. 90
17. Find the value of 1.56 x 1.6
a. 2.496
b. 1.496
c. 0. 496
d. 4.496
18. What is the value of 4. 637 x 32
a. 148.284
b. 1. 48284
c. 2. 48284
d. 248. 284
19. Divide 4.562 by 2
a. 2. 891
b. 2. 281
c. 28. 91
d. 28. 81
20. Divide 18. 76 by 7
a. 2. 68
b. 1. 68
c. 26. 8
d. 16. 8


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21. Express 12% as fraction in its lowest term
a. 3/25
b. 2/50
c. 3/50
d. 6/25
22. Express 221/2% as fraction in its lowest term.
a. 9/40
b. 3/20
c. 9/20
d. 3/40
23. Express 3/4 as percentage
a. 75%
b. 50%
c. 70%
d. 55%
24. Express 1/4 percentage
a. 25%
b. 20%
c. 30%
d. 27%
25. Express 0.2 in percentage
a. 20%
b. 25%
c. 30%
d. 50%
26. Express 0.75% in percentage
a. 750%
b. 75%
c. 7%
d. 5%
27. Find 10% of 200
a. 20
b. 2
c. 200
d. 0. 02
28. Find 20% of #1
a. 20k
b. 2k
c. 200k
d. 10k
29. Express 1hr 30min as a percentage of 3hrs
a. 50%
b. 25%
c. 5%
d. 2.5%
30. 75 out of 300 oranges in a basket are bad. What percentage of the oranges is bad?
a. 25%
b. 50%
c. 20%
d. 5%


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31. Convert 5268g into kilograms and grammes.
a. 50kg268g
b. 5kg 268g
c. 0.268g
d. 52kg 68g

32. How many centimetres are there in 3.56m.
a. 356cm
b. 35.6cm
c. 3560cm
d. 3056cm
33. Express the ratio 30min to 50min in its lowest terms.
a. 3: 5
b. 2: 5
c. 4: 5
d. 1: 5
34. A bag of rice cost #480 and a bag of beans cost #500. What is the ratio of the price of rice to beans?
a. 22 : 24
b. 20 : 12
c. 24 : 25
d. 22 : 25
35. Musa and Baba shared some money in the ratio 3:5. If Musa got N7200, how much did Baba get?
a. N2400
b. N8400
c. N12000
d. N15000
36. Find the decrease value of #48 in the ratio 5 : 8.
a. #30
b. #20
c. #25
d. #15
37. Find the increasing value of 28k in the ratio 7 : 4
a. 42k
b. 40k
c. 39k
d. 49k
38. Find the value of the missing ratio (y : 6 = 45 : 9)
a. 30
b. 28
c. 25
d. 35



                   580                x                        

a.   730

b. 890

c. 930

d. 1070

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