Tuesday, 14 February 2017

REVISION- 1 MATHS CLASS V

WAYS TO MULTIPLY & DIVIDE
1.    Multiply: a)25 x 10  b) 30 x 40  c) 67 x 100  d) 800 x 50    
2.    Write the two division facts for the given multiplication: 15  x  10   =  150 ;   39 X 17 = 663
3.    Solve by two methods each question:
a)       48 X 25           b) 216 X 73
4.    Divide and check your answers also: a) 36÷9  b)56÷8   c) 973 ÷ 27  d) 250÷ 100    e) 969 ÷ 3    f) 441 ÷ 5
5.       Bhola   sells 13 litres of milk every day at Rs. 37 per litre. How much does he earn?
6.       576 books are to be packed in boxes. If one box has 24 books, how many boxes are needed?
7.       836 people are watching a movie in a hall. If the hall has 44 rows, how many people can sit in each row?
8.         One kg of peanuts costs Rs. 60.Find the cost of 7 kg peanuts?
9.         There are 25 rooms in a school. Each room has 4 windows. If 3 window panes are put in each window, then how many window panes are placed for all windows?
10.     Two numbers are multiplied using box-method as given below. Identify the numbers and fill in the blanks:-
X
200
40
9
50



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TENTHS AND HUNDREDTHS
1.    Write the decimal for the shadad boxes:

2.    Write the place value of underlined digit:
74.34, 456.23, 0.031
3.    Add the following decimals :   54.341+96.30, 32.34+0.17+7.39, 348.60-78.05, 29.2X4.2, 679.34-6.267, 82.21X 0.2,  44.24÷7, 65.35÷3
4.    Write in decimals:  49/100, 111/100, 17  2/100, 15  7/10,  5/1000, 55/1000,  80 paise,  45 ml, 12 kg 450 g, 5l 750ml,  15 m 35 cm, 3 m 9 cm. 4 +   +    =
5.    Solve:  a) 2.678 X 100   b) 77.3 X 10 c) 37.32÷100 d) 457.3 ÷ 10  e) 39.12 ÷ 1000   f) 55.234 X 1000
6.         A) Kiran spent Rs.824.50 on shoes and Rs.645.60 on watch. How much money did he spend in all?
B)  Tapan bought a dictionary  for    325.75.  How much amount he will get back if he paid    500 to the shopkeeper?
C) On a particular day, Dinesh drived a car 3.750 km. and Gurmeet drived  2. 825 km. Who walked more and by how much?
7. Write the number names for: 2.34, 50.132, 238.10
8. Write in fractions: 0.25, 22.8, 145.894, 3.04, 53.900
9. Write the measurements in cm:
10. Write the fraction for the shaded portion:
 
        
AREA AND ITS BOUNDARY
1.    Complete the formulae: Perimeter of square and rectangle,  Area of square and rectangle
Activity
Measurement
Tiles needed for flooring a park

Capacity of jug

Height of a building

Fencing a school ground

2.    What you will find, if you are asked to find the following measurement. Select your answer from the given bracket and write in the correct place:
[length, perimeter , area ,  volume]










3.    Look at the following shapes & find the area and perimeter. (Each square of side I cm. )
          Area=
          Perimeter=                                                                                            

4.    Fill ups:
·      Area of a square of side 7 cm= __ square cm
·      Area of a rectangle of length 30 m and breadth 12 cm = ___ square cm.
·      Perimeter of a square floor of side 17 cm = _cm
·      Perimeter of a rectangular garden of dimensions  45m X 9 cm = ______  cm
5.    Complete the table.
Length
Width
Perimeter
Area
11 cm


44  sq. cm
5 cm
15 cm



4  m
20 cm



26 cm
40 sq. cm

    OBJECTS
Square cm
Square metre
Square km
Door of a room



Pune City



Eraser



6.    Tick the correct option:
7.         Find the area and perimeter of the following figures:






SMART CHARTS

1.    Draw a pictograph for the given table showing favourite TV channel of class V students:
TV Channel
NEWS
DISCOVERY
CARTOON
SPORTS
ENTERTAINMENT
No. of Students
2
10
12
6
4
        
2.    Draw and add lines to tally marks as per given numbers.
       
3.  A Farmer has to keep a record of the vegetables which he wanted to sell in the market. Help him to complete the Tally chart given below and answer the questions:
 
·      Which vegetable does the farmer have the lowest and the most?
·      How many vegetables does the farmer have in total?
4.    Observe the following Bar chart and answer the questions:
5.    The pie chart shows the %  of different household expenses of Mr. Robin from his monthly income.
(a)     In which category does he spends the most?       
(b)  Which category shows the expenditure of around   of the total expenses ?              
(c)  Which expense show 10 %  -__________
(d)  What is the expenditure difference between  Grocery and eating out -________%.
6.    Draw a Bar-graph for the given table showing total number of students from classes I to V :
Class
I
II
III
IV
V
No. of Students
21
94
65
47
83















































































































































         HOW BIG? HOW HEAVY?
How many cubes like                     are there in the given cuboid.
                                                                   


A 5 rupee coin weighs 8 g. What is the weight of a sack with 4000 coins of 5 rupee ? ________ Kg.
If the volume of the given box is 70 cubic cm and length = 7 cm. Then the possible breadth = ___    height    = ____



Observe the following picture carefully and fill in the blanks given below:-





Volume of 5 marbles= ___Volume of one marble = ___
Observe the following bill and fill in the blanks:-
SNo
ITEM
RATE
QUANTITY
AMOUNT
01
Rice
56.50 per kg
4    kg

02
Milk
44      per litre
2.5  litre

Total


   




If shopkeeper is given Rs. 500, how much will he return?
                            BOXES AND SKETCHES
1.    Draw a net diagram of an open cube and a closed cube.
2.    Draw the floor map and show doors and windows in the drawing:  Your classroom  & Your house
3.    Draw a side view of your shoes, table and chair.
4.    Join the corners and write the name of the solid. 





5.    The below cut-out is to be folded to make a cube.Make a deep drawing of this cube:



6.    Which of these nets will make a cube? Tick them.
7.    Match each net of upper row with its corresponding object of lower row:
                    
                                                    
 










8.    Given on the side is a 6 by 6 grid divided into two identical parts. Find two more ways of dividing the grid into two identical parts by drawing along the grid lines.        
9.    Fill in the blank
10. Draw a 2-D figure by cutting and flattening the edges of a match –box given below.
MAPPING YOUR WAY

1.  Observe the distance map and fill the table below::     
1cm = 15 km





DISTANCE BETWEEN
ON MAP
(in cm)
ON GROUND
(in km)
A & B


B & C


C & D


A & D




2.    Look at the following classroom and answer the following questions:-  
a)       Which one of this is just opposite to the Board?
(Window/Display board/ Door/ Almirah)     
b)       When we enter the classroom through the door, what is on the right side of it? 
 (Table / Notice board / Almirah)
c)       If windows of the room are facing the East direction, then what is there in the South direction? ( Board / Display board /Almirah)
d)      If the teacher faces the students, to which direction her face is?



3.    Look at the Map of India and answer the following questions:
·      Mark the four directions ( North, East, West & South ) in the map.
·       
·      Which direction do you travel when you go from
o  Mumbai to Delhi - ___________
o  Gujarat to Orissa - ___________
·      Distance between Gandhinagar and Kolkata -
o  On Map        =          _________ cm
o   On Ground    =          _________ km
·         Locate  the position of your school in the map.
·         Name the oceans which surrounds India.
·         Name the states that shares their boundary with Madhya Pradesh.
·      Which is the southern most state of India?
·      Which state has the largest area ?
·      Is there any state to the west of Gujarat? (yes/no)
·       When you travel from Gujarat to West Bengal , name the states you come across ? 

City
Temperature
NEW DELHI
32.50c
BANGALORE
25.70 c
MUMBAI
29.50 c
SRI NAGAR
8.10 c
GUWAHATI
14.80 c
4.   Read the table and answer the following questions:                            





§  Which place has the highest temperature?
§  Which place has the coolest temperature?
§  How much higher is the temperature of New Delhi than that of Mumbai?
§  How much temperature is needed to reach 300c for Bangalore? 
§  Which city is hotter, tick  the right option:-
Bangalore 25.70 C          OR   Mumbai 29.50 C
Match the following:
25 paise
50 paise
75 paise
100 paise
Rupee 1/4
Rupee 1
Rupee 3/4
Rupee 1/2
Rs. 0,25
Rs. 50.0
Rs. 0.75
Rs. 0.1
    




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