Thursday, 21 September 2017

QUESTION BANK MATHS CLASS V

LESSON 1 – THE FISH TALE
KNOWLEDGE
VERY SHORT ANSWER
1.Fill in the blanks
            a) Place value system is of two types Indian place value and ________ place value system.
b) Place value of underlined digit in Indian place value system is  3456789  ____________.
c) _____________ is the smallest  five digit number.
d)  The greatest seven digit number is __________________.
SHORT ANSWER
1)    Write the number names of given numbers in Indian place value system.
a)    5934692
b)    73754179
2)    Write the number names of given numbers in International place value system.
a)    806007
b)     5610328
3)    Write the numeral for the given number names
a)    Six crore sixty six lakh twenty four thousand four hundred eleven.
b)    Eight million six hundred thirty four thousand two hundred eight.
UNDERSTANDING  BASIC  CONCEPTS
VERY SHORT ANSWER
1)    Fill in the blank with  >,<, =
a)    762418928  _____  772418928
b)    2794539  ______  2704939
c)    234567  _______  324567
d)    13579   _______   13579
SHORT ANSWER
1.    A  log boat travels 20km in 1 hr. How long will it take to travel 80km?
2.    A  boat can carry  22kg of fresh fish. How many boats are needed to carry  330 kg of fresh fish?
3.    Round the numbers to nearest tens, hundreds
NUMBER
TENS
HUNDREDS
62456


125411


4.    Form the smallest and greatest 5-digit number using given digits. You can repeat a digit if required
DIGITS
SMALLEST
GREATEST
6,9,1,3


1,9,0,8,6





LONG ANSWER
1.    Study the given table and answer the question that follows
TYPE OF FISH
PRICE PER KG
Fresh Fish
Rs 65
Dry Fish
Rs 75
King Fish
Rs105
Sardine
Rs 98

a)    What will be the cost of 7kg Dry Fish?
b)    How many Kgs of Sardine  can you buy if you have Rs 588?
c)    Mini buys 20Kg of Fresh fish . How much money should she pay?
d)    Gracy buys 2kg king fish , 4kg sardine . She pays Rs 1000 how much money should she get back?
ABILITY TO COMPUTE
VERY SHORT ANSWER
1.    Fill in the blanks
a)    63140 +  ______ =  63140
b)    150  less than 67492 = _______
c)    ________________ should be added to 9900 to get 10000.
SHORT  ANSWER
1.    Write the short  form of the following
a)    60000 + 4  _____________________
b)    8000000 + 700000 + 40000 + 200 + 50 +6  ________________________
2.     Arrange  the following in ascending order
a)    987548 , 986548, 987584, 987540
b)    378932, 387932, 387532, 378942
3.    Arrange the following in descending order
a)    668044, 668408, 668004, 668440
b)    207080, 207820, 207802, 200780
4.    a) Add
    2  6  3  4  5  6  1 8  0                                                         1  4  5  2  4  1  2  8                           
+ 4  8   1  7  2  9  2  7  9                                                    +    3  3  6  4  8  2  5  4
---------------------------------------                                    +     7  2  4  1  8  2  1  7
5.    Find the difference                                                  -------------------------------------------

  4  8  5  6  2  0  1  8  6                                                          8  9  0  3  9  7  6  5 
-            3  8  1  8  2  6  1  8  2                                                     -      6  9  7  8  5  3  8  4
          --------------------------------------                                   ------------------------------------



LONG ANSWER
1.    Given table shows weight of different types of fish?
NAME OF FISH
WEIGHT IN KGS
SHARK
16000
KING FISH
15
SARDINE
2

a)    Rita weighs 40 Kg by how many kgs is the weight of Shark more than that of Rita?
b)    Aman’s weight  is 55kg. Whose weight is more Aman’s or King fish and by how much?
c)    By how many kgs is the weight of kingfish more than that of sardine?
d)    If  the cost of 1kg kingfish is Rs 12. What will be the cost of 15 kg kingfish?
PROBLEM SOLVING ABILITY
VERY SHORT ANSWER
a)    The population of Agrais 24,32,540. Rounding to nearest thousand write the population of Agra. _______________________
b)    India produces 70,06,099 tonnes of wheat annually. Round the wheat production in nearest thousands. ______________________
c)    Mr Sharma invited 13,799 people to his function. Rounding to the nearest 100, how many chairs should he order for. _______________________
d)    In a jar there were around 1500 sweets.Which number out of the following is closest to the number of sweets in the jar ?
1479                           1429                           1555

SHORT ANSWER
1.    18  fisherwomen of Jamnagar have started a bank.Each of them deposits Rs 965 per month. What amount is deposited in bank in a year?
2.    Seema took a loan of Rs 8596 from the bank.She pays back Rs 9286 to the bank.What amount did she pay back as interest to the bank.Seema was able to repay the loan in 2 months and she paid equal amount in 2 months.What amount did she pay in a month?
3.    The  population of a city was 37823503 in 2006 and in 2007 it became 42000704. Find the increase in population.
LONG ANSWER
1.    Prepare a bill for the following items and find the total cost and money returned by the shopkeeper if you give rupees 500.
5 books , 10 notebooks, 1 pen, 2 eraser
ITEMS
COST PER ITEM IN RUPEES
QUANTITY
TOTAL COST IN RUPEES
BOOK
85


NOTEBOOK
25


PEN
40


ERASER
5



TOTAL COST _______________                         MONEY RETURNED _______________________
2.    See the given figure and answer the following questions

           




a)      How many  triangles are used to draw a fish?
b)    How many rectangles are used to draw a fish?
c)    Mark the two shortest triangle in the given figure.
d)    The biggest area covered by the shark in the figure will be of rectangle or triangle.
LESSON 2 – SHAPES AND ANGLES
KNOWLEDGE
VERY SHORT ANSWER
Fill in the blanks
a)    The common end point where two rays meet is called an  ____________________.
b)    An angle whose measure is between 0 and 90 degree is called an ______________.
c)    An angle whose measure is ________ is called a straight angle.
d)    Angles measuring more than  ________  is called an obtuse angle.
SHORT ANSWER
1.    Identify the given angles as right angle, acute angle, obtuse angle , straight angle
a)    400
b)    900
c)    1800
d)    650
2.    Circle the angles among the given figures.
                                                                                               


3.    Look  at  this angle and name all the

 


Exterior points = _________________
Interior points = _________________

4.    Write closed  or open for the following figures
 




                              
LONG ANSWER
1.    Look  at the following shape and answer the question that follows
                                                  




a)    Total sides in the above figure are _________
b)    Whether it is closed or open shape _________
c)    If figure is cut into two parts then it is symmetrical or not _______
d)    Number of angles in the given figure are _________

UNDERSTANDING
VERY SHORT ANSWER
1.    Choose the correct answer
a)    Angles can be measured using a _______________( scale / protractor )
b)    Angles are measured in ________________. ( centimeter/ degrees )
c)    Angles measuring less than ________ degrees are called acute angles. ( 180/  900)
SHORT ANSWER
1.    Count the number of angles in the following figures
 






           ____________                                        __________

2.    Mark  the biggest angles  in  the following figures.
 





3.    What measure should be added to following angles to make them a right angle
a)    400      b) 340              c)160         d) 27
4.    What kind of angles is made by the hands of these clock also write the time




                                        Angle  _________                                   Angle  ____________
                                        Time _________                          Time _____________
LONG ANSWER
1.    Write number of acute , obtuse and right angles in the given figures.
FIGURE
NUMBER OF ACUTE ANGLE
NUMBER OF OBTUSE ANGLE
NUMBER OF RIGHT ANGLE

















































ABILITY TO COMPUTE
VERY SHORT ANSWER
1.    Identify the following angles as acute angle, obtuse angle, right angle or straight angle
a)    350
b)    1150
c)    470
d)    900
e)    1800

2.    Fill in the blanks
a)    2 × right angle = ________
b)    4 × straight angle = _______
c)    3 × 300 =_______
SHORT ANSWER
1.Measure the following angles
                       




2.Calculate  value of  x in the given figure
 



                                                                                                                                         
3.    Add  the given angles
a)    200 +  750       b)  650 + 330                   c) 420 + 660       d) 1800 + 370            

LONG ANSWER
1.    How  many  angles can you find in the given pictures?
 


                                            

                                                                 

PROBLEM  SOLVING  ABILITY
VERY SHORT ANSWER
1.    Match the following
 


                                                             Straight angle


Right angle



                                                                        Acute  angle


                                                                        Obtuse angle



SHORT  ANSWER
1.    Raghu draws an angle measuring 140 degrees. He now divides this angle into 2 equal parts.
What is the measure of each of the smaller angles?
2.    Seema draws a right angle.She divides this into 3 equal parts.What is the measure of each part? What kind of angle is this?
LONG ANSWER
1.Observe the figure and answer the questions:
a) Name the common vertex.


b)Name the right angle.


c)Name the angle less than right angle.


d) Name the angle more than right angle.


LESSON 3 – HOW MANY SQUARES
KNOWLEDGE
VERY SHORT ANSWER
1.    Fill in the blanks
a)    The length of boundary of a figure is called the ______________.
b)    Unit for measuring perimeter is _________.
c)    Unit for measurement of area is _________.
d)    The measurement of total surface of a figure is called its ___________.
e)    Area of a square = ________ ×  _____________
f)     Area of a rectangle = 2 × ( _________ +  ______________ )

UNDERSTANDING BASIC CONCEPTS
SHORT  ANSWER
1.    Find the perimeter of the following













































































2.    Find the area of the following




                                                                                                                                         

3.    Show the different ways you can express the following areas:-
Ex:12 sq.cm

  4 × 3                                           6 × 2
a) 18 sq cm                      b) 8 sqcm                   c) 15 sqcm
LONG ANSWER
1.    Make  four shapes using seven squares in the squared paper given below

















































































































































































ABILITY TO COMPUTE
SHORT ANSWER
1.    What is the area of shaded part?




2.  Find  the  area of given figures?

























     

























PROBLEM  SOLVING ABILITY
SHORT ANSWER
1.Here is a rectangle of area 8 sq.cm.
a) Draw 2 straight lines in this rectangle to divide it into 1 rectangle and 2 equal triangles. Find the area of the new rectangle and the area of 1 of the triangles.


2.Draw  one line in the given square to divide it into equal rectangles. What is the area of each of the following rectangle?






















PARTS  AND  WHOLES
KNOWLEDGE
VERY SHORT ANSWER
1.    Fill in the blanks
a)    Part of a whole body is called ______________.
b)    In the number of the form a/b, a is called the ______________.
c)    In the number of the form a/b , b is called the ______________.
d)    Fractions having same denominator like 3/7, 4/7, 5/7 etc are called _____________.
SHORT ANSWER
1.    Match the following
 1/3, 2/5, 11/13                             like fractions
 11/9 ,15/13 , 20/17                                proper fraction
 7/8, 1/8 , 2/8                                             improper fractions                            
 4/6,5/6,3/6,2/6                            unlike fractions

2.    Write the fractions for the following






                       




UNDERSTANDING

SHORT ANSWER
1.    Write the equivalent fraction of 7/9 having
a)    Numerator   21       _______
b)     Denominator 45            _______

2.    Colour the part according the the fractions given




1/3










2/9








4/6












3/10

3.   Write as fractions
a)    16 ÷ 5 =
b)    4 ÷7 =
c)    63 ÷5 =
d)    94 ÷31 =
3.    Write as division facts
a)    6/11 =
b)    23/15 =
c)    40/50 =
d)    90/ 71 =

ABILITY TO COMPUTE
SHORT ANSWER
1.    Convert the following to improper fraction.
a)    3 ½    b) 6 4/5   c) 5 7/9 d) 10 ¾
2.    Find  the correct number in the given blanks
a)    3/8 = ___ /32                   b) 5 /11 = 25 / ____
c)_____/6 = 1/3               d) 2/5 = 16 / _____
3.  Add the given fractions
a) 4/5 + 3/5                            b) 6/9 + 1/3                 c) ¾ + ¼         d) 11/20 +7/20
PROBLEM SOLVING ABILITY
SHORT ANSWER
1.    Rahul studied maths for 3/5 hours and evs for 1/5 hours. How long did he study?
2.    An examination started at 9.00a.m. If it was of 2 ½ hours at what time did it finish?
3.    Sujata’s birthday cake was cut into 16 equal slices. After the party ¼ of the cake was left. How many slices were left?


DOES  IT LOOK  THE  SAME

VERY SHORT ANSWER
1.    Observe and write whether  line of each shape represents line of symmetry write yes or no.
 









SHORT  ANSWER

1.    Tick the  figures which  will look same after ½ turn ?
 





 








2.    Image result for clipart of images having same 1/4 turnTick  the figures which will look  same  after ¼ turn.
 


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3.    Tick  the  correct  shape  after  each  turn.


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LONG  ANSWER

1.    Draw  the  shape  after  they  have  turned


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                              LESSON  6.  BE  MY  MULTIPLE  I  WILL  BE  YOUR  FACTOR

            Tick the correct answer.
 Q.1:-    Number  which can be divided by 2 ?(a)  5 b)   9          (c) 7    (d)  8
Q.2 :-    Number  which can be divided by 3 ?a)  7         (b) 5    c) 21   (d)8
Q.3 :-  Multiple  of  Four  4 ?(a)  12            b) 5     c) 7      (d) 9
Q.4:-   Multiple  of   5 ?(a) 6 (b) 10      c)8  (d)12
Q.5:-  Multiple of  6 ?a)  11              b) 13               c)12                (d)14
Q.6:- Multiple of 12 ?(a)24              (b) 65              c)55                (d)57
Q.7:-   Factor  of  12 ?(a)  2,3,4,6    (c) 17,18,19,20(b) 5,10,15,20 (d) 7,14,21,28
Q.8:-   Factor  of  9  ?a)3 , 3 (b) 2 , 7    c)  2 , 4      (d) 5 , 15
Q.8:-  Even  numbers ?(a) 21                     b) 7       c)5                 (d) 8
Q.10:-  Odd numbers ?a)11                          b) 7      c)5                           (d)8

                                 
LESSON  - 7.  CAN  YOU  SEE  THE  PATTERN?

Q.1:-      ↑      ↓       ↑        ↓       ?
(a)   ↑          (b)  ↑      c)↓    (d) ↓
Q.2:-   A______C______E_______G_________ ?
(a)     I       (b) M           c)L         (d) N
Q.3:-   1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10 = 55
        11+12+13+14+15+16+17+18+19+20 = 155
       21+22+23+24+25+26+27+28+29+50 = 
(a)  355        (b) 455                        c)255              (d)555
Q.4:-   Take first two odd numbers add see what you get ?
        1+3 = 4 = 2 × 2
             1+3+5 = 9 = 3 × 3
            1+3+5+7 = 16 = _____ × ___
            (a)5 × 5           (c)  6 × 6         (b)4 × 4           (d) 7 × 7
Q.5:-   Repeat  it ¼ turn   ↑       →        ↓        ←
(a)     ↑        (b)  ←             c)↓        (d) →
Q.6:-  Repeat  it  ½  turn   ↑        ↓           ↑        ↓
      (a)   ↑         (c)  ↑               b)    ↓        (d)   ↓              
Q,7:-   A    B    A    B     A    B     ______  ?
(a)   B          (c)    A             c)A         (d)   B
Q.8:-  day  night day ------
(a) day     (b) night (c) morning  (d) evening
Q.9 :-  2    4   6     8      ------
        (a)   10     (b)     12 (c) 14      (d)    16
Q10: -  sun   moon   stars    -----
        (a)  stars       (b)moon         (c) sun          (d)  tree


LESSON - 8.  MAPPING  YOUR  WAY.

Q.1:-     Name the states you cross while going from karnatak to
         Uttar Pradesh ?
(a)  Tamil nadu      b)   Rajasthan c) Karnataka      (d)   Andhra  Pradesh
Q.2:-    Name the states which touch the border of Pakistan
       a)Madhya Pradesh   (c)Andra prades            b)Uttar Pradesh             (d)rajasthan
Q.3:-    Name the  states which touch the border fo bihar ?
a)Uttar Pradesh        b) Maharashtra (c)Madhya Pradesh  (d)Karnataka
Q.4:-  In Bombay we locate ?
(a)  Red fort                            (b) Charminar      c)Gateway of India  (d) India gate

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Q.5:- How many trees are there a)2            b) 4               (c) 6                (d)8
Q.6:-  How many trees are there in post- office ?
(a)  1           (b) 1                c)1                   (d)3
Q.7:- How many gate are there ?
(a)  4            b)1                  c)2                   (d)5
Q.8:- How many shop are there ?
(a)  4                      (b) 2                c)6                   (d)5
Q.9:- How many states are there in India ?
(a)  4            (b) 28              c)5       (d)26
Q.10:- In which direction Mumbai is located in map ?

West                     (b) south   cEast              (d)north

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