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## Mathematics Activities - Grade 4 End Term 1 Exam 2021 SET 1

Competency Based Curiculum
Mathematics
Name................................................School..........................................................

1. Write in words (4marks)
1. 4009
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2. 7865
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2. Write in figures (4marks)
1. Five thousand and five
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2. Thirty thousand five hundred and fifty eight
__________________________

3. What is the place value of digit 8 in the following numbers (4 marks)
1. 87365
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2. 98274
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1. 5 6 7 8 + 9 =
2. 8 8 8 8 + 7 5 6 6 =
5. What is the sum of nine thousand three hundred and fifty seven and two hundred and ninety four(2 marks)
6. Maina bought three thousand and fifty sacks of maize. He bought eighty seven more sacks. How many sacks of maize did he have? (2mks)
7. What is the total value of each digit in this number 48639 (10 marks)
4 = _______________________
8 = _______________________
6 = _______________________
3 = _______________________
9 = _______________________
8. Write the following roman numbers in hindu arabic numerals (4 marks)
V ________
X _________
9. Mary had an orange.She shared it equally to her five children. What fraction did each child eat? (2mks)
10. Circle the odd numbers only (2mks)
24, 36, 19, 10, 97, 120, 2, 44, 84
11. What are the multiples of 9 between 50 and 70? (2mks)
_____________________
12. Arrange the following numbers in ascending order (2 mks)
546, 768 ,234, 765, 134, 786, 645
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13. Paul bought 5 books each at 25 shillings. How much did he pay for all the books? (2mks)
14. Multiply (6mks)
3 4 3
× 2 6
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15.     2 0 5
× 1 1 5
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16. Mr. Omondi bought 54 books and shared them equally among 12 pupils. How many books was he left with? {2mks}
17. Round off 457 to the nearest tens ______________ (2mks)
18. Work out (2mks)
11/126/12=
19. Which of these fractions is the biggest? (2mks)
1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/7
______________
20. Four English books costs sh.200. What is the cost of one book?__________________ (2mks)
21. What is ¼ of 20?_______________ (2mks)
22. Which number comes before ten thousand? ____________ (2mks)
23. Which one is not a multiple of 6 (2 mks)
12, 42, 18, 98 ______________
24. Draw a cone (2 mks)
25. Work out (2mks)
20 × _____ = 80
26. Karen had 500 chicken. He sold 192 of them. How many chicken remained?
_________________ (2mks)
27. Which one of the following is heavier? (2mks)
1kg wool     1kg sand
1kg stones    1kg feathers
_______________________________
28. Which is the next number in the pattern(2mks)
4, 8, 12, _____, 20
29.     M             CM
17             43
+     8             75
_________________
_________________
30. Numbers whose last digit is 0, 2, 4, 6, 8 are called _____________(2mks)
31. 33 × 4 = __________ (2mks)
32. Add using the place value chart (2mks)
8243 + 545 + 5656 =
33. How many days are there in the month of April ? __________ (2mks)
34. 100 shillings note was changed into 20 shillings coins. How many 20 shillings coins were gotten?______________(2mks)
35. Take away 56 from 100 = (2mks)
36. Write greater than or lesser than (2mks)
486 is ____________468
98 is ______________89
37. What is the total value of digit 5 in 25641? (2mks)
_____________
38. Give two examples of odd numbers =
______________________(2mks)
39. What is the next multiple of 7 after 56?
______________(2mks)
40. Find the value of (2mks)
2 0
× 2 0
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MARKING SCHEME

1.
1. four thousand and nine
2. Seven thousand eight hundred and sixty five
2.
1. 5005
2. 30,558
3.
1. Ten thousands
2. Thousands
4.
1. 5687
2. 16454
5. 9651
6. 3137

7. 40,000
8000
600
30
9
8.
V- 5
X-10
9. 1/5
10. 19, 97
11. 54, 63
12. 134, 234, 546, 645, 765, 768, 786
13. 124
14.  8918
15. 23575
16.  6
17. 460
18. 5/12
19.  ½
20. 50
21. 5
22. 9999
23. 98
24. draw a cone
25. 4
26. 308
27. none/equal/same
28. 16
29. 26m and 18cm
30. Even numbers
31. 132
32. 14444
33. 30
34.  5
35. 44
36. greater than
Greater than
37. 5000
38. 1, 3, 7(any other odd number named)
39. 63
40. 400

Assesment rubric

 Exceeding expectation (50) Meeting expectation (25-49) Approaching expectation (11-24) Below expectation (0- 10)