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Mathematics Questions and Answers - Class 6 End of Term 3 Exams Set 1 2022

QUESTIONS

  1. Which one of the following is, three hundred and ten thousand and ten in symbols?
    1. 310110
    2. 310100
    3. 301010
    4. 310010
  2. What is the place walue of digit 5 in the number 6459208?
    1. Ten thousand
    2. Hundred thousands
    3. Thousands
    4. Hundreds
  3. Round off 989568 to the nearest thousands.
    1. 980000
    2. 989000
    3. 990000
    4. 989600
  4. Work out: 10064 - 1999
    1. 9065
    2. 8065
    3. 1065
    4. 10065
  5. Work out: 32 - 57 + 36 =
    1. 61
    2. 53
    3. 11
    4. 21
  6. Find tile perimeter of the figure below.
    1
    1. 30cm
    2. 60cm
    3. 216cm
  7. What is the total value of digit 4 in the number 64295?
    1. Four thousand
    2. Thousands
    3. 40 000
    4. 400
  8. The distance from Kanyi's home to school is 2.5km. How many kilometres does he cover in 3 days if he goes to school in the morning and return home in the evening?
    1. 5km
    2. 7.5krn
    3. 30km
    4. 15km
  9. What is the measure of angle marked t in the figure below?
    2
    1. 110º
    2. 55º
    3. 125°
    4. 1401º
  10. Change 5km 2m into cm
    1. 500200
    2. 50020
    3. 50200
    4. 502000
  11. How many 125kg are there in 8.5tonnes of sugar?
    1. 680
    2. 6.8
    3. 68
    4. 14
  12. 422 pupils contributed money to buy school bus. Each pupil contributed sh 27027. How much was contributed together for the buying of the school bus?
    1. Sh 1145394
    2. Sh 27449
    3. Sh 11405394
  13. Find the area of the shaded part of the figure below
    3
    1. 384cm2
    2. 192cm2
    3. 80cm2
    4. 160cm
  14. Convert 405/100 into decimals
    1. 4.5
    2. 40.5
    3. 0.405
    4. 4.05
  15. How many hours are there in three days
    1. 36hrs
    2. 54hrs
    3. 72hrs
    4. 68hrs
  16. What is the next number in the pattern be low?
    4, 9, 25, 49,
    1. 121
    2. 81
    3. 64
    4. 16
  17. The area of the square below is 324m.
    4
    Find its perimeter. 
    1. 81m
    2. 36m
    3. 72m
    4. 18rn
  18. Work out:
    Km    m     cm
     17     4      14
    - 5    896    75
    1. 11km 791m 39cm
    2. 12km 691m 61cm
    3. 11km 729rn 39cm
  19. Kadogo had 5¼ kg of rice. She gave 1¾ kg to her sister and cooked ¾ kg. How much rice remained?
    1. 2¼ 
    2. 3¼ 
    3. 2¾ 
  20. A teacher had sh 2662. Which she shared equally among 3 students. How much remained after shring?
    1. Sh 10
    2. Sh 1
    3. Sh 204
    4. Sh 24
  21. Which one of the fo[lowing is a prime factor of 68?
    1. 2 x 2 x 3 x 7
    2. 2 x 2 x 7
    3. 2 x 2 x 17
    4. 2 x 2 x 17 x 17
  22. What is the size of the angle marked VV in the figure below?
    5
    1. 45º
    2. 90º
    3. 135º
    4. 60º
  23. Find the perimeter of the figure below in cm.
    6
    1. 38
    2. 3800
  24. Which one of the following statements is true about the equilateral triangle?
    1. Two sides are equal
    2. The largest angle is right angle
    3. There are two equal base angles
    4. Each interior angle is 60º
  25. Work out: 
    3½ ÷ 7/8
    1. ¼
    2. 4
    3. 31/16
    4. 7/16
  26. Find the difference of the square of 4 and square root of 81.
    1. 7
    2. 25
    3. 77
    4. 65
  27. What is (3¾)2
    1. 99/16149/16
    2. 141/16
    3. 191/16 
  28. In a construction company each worker is paid sh 450. How much did 217 workers get altogether?
    1. Sh97 650
    2. Sh96 550
    3. Sh87 650
    4. Sh97 540
  29. What is the volume of the box below?
    7
    1. 1386cm
    2. 693cm3
    3. 1368cm3
    4. 1286cm3
  30. How many Ares are there in 4.5 hectares?
    1. 450 Ares
    2. 4500 Ares
    3. 45 000 Ares
    4. 45 Ares
  31. Which one of the following statements is true?
    1. 0.033 > 0.303
    2. ¾> 0.75
    3. 0.44 = 11/25
    4. ½ < 1/3
  32. Jane bought a goat for sh 6450 and Later sold it for sh 5050. How much loss did she make?
    1. Sh 10140
    2. Sh 11 500
    3. Sh 1 400
    4. Sh 1 450
  33. Name. the angle marked W in the figure below.
    8
    1. Obtuse angle
    2. Reflex angle
    3. Acute angle
    4. Right angle
  34. Add: 29 + 20 and give your answer in roman numbers.
    1. XXXXIX
    2. XLIX
    3. XLXI
    4. LXIX
  35. What is the reciprocal of 0.8?
    1. 8/10
    2. 4/5
    3. 1/8
  36. Work out:
    6845 + 9528 + 895
    1. 18278
    2. 17158
    3. 17286
    4. 17268
  37. Arrange the fractions 2/5 , ½ , ¾ , 2/3 and from the smallest to the largest.
    1. 2/5 , ½ , 2/, ¾
    2. ¾, 2/, ½ ,  2/
    3. ½ , 2/, ¾, 2/
    4. ¾, 2/5 , 2/½ 
  38. Joyce mixed 2¾ of water and if L of juice. How many litres of mixture did she get?
  39. How many nights are there in one week?
    1. 7
    2. 8
    3. 5
    4. 6
  40. Kamau wrote the following number on a card: 13, 11, 7, 5, 3, 2
    What type of number are they?
    1. Odd numbers
    2. Even numbers
    3. Factors over 50
    4. Prime numbers
  41. What is 25% of sh 1200?
    1. Sh 300
    2. Sh 900
    3. Sh 240
    4. Sh 960
  42. Round off 42.8956 to the nearest two derimal places
    1. 42.89
    2. 42.90
    3. 42.99
    4. 43.00
  43. What is the circumference of the circle below? (Take π = 22/7)
    9
    1. 66cm
    2. 132cm
    3. 0.33cm
    4. 99crn
  44. What is the GOD of 36 and 54?
    1. 9
    2. 108
    3. 18
    4. 6
  45. Which one of the following number is divisible by 9?
    1. 6052
    2. 696
    3. 2889
    4. 8868
  46. Subtract 16 - 65/16 
    1. 1011/16
    2. 911/16 
    3. 105/16 
    4. 95/16
  47. A motorist travelled a distance of 270krti in 3 hours. What was the speed in km/hr?
    1. 90 km/h
    2. 78 km/h
    3. 810 km/h
    4. 80 km/h
  48. How many cubes make the stuck below?
    10
    1. 84
    2. 140
    3. 114
    4. 112
  49. The perimeter of the rectangle below is 76m. The length is 23m. Find its width
    12 
    1. 30m
    2. 7m
    3. 8m
    4. 15m
  50. The graph below shows the number of fruits sold in mama Ken's kiosk in two days.
    11
    How many fruits were sold altogether in the two days?
    1. 185
    2. 195
    3. 200
    4. 210

MARKING SCHEME

  1. D
  2. A
  3. C
  4. B
  5. C
  6. B
  7. B
  8. D
  9. A
  10. A
  11. C
  12. C
  13. B
  14. D
  15. C
  16. A
  17. C
  18. D
  19. D
  20. A
  21. C
  22. B
  23. B
  24. D
  25. B
  26. A
  27. C
  28. A
  29. A
  30. A
  31. C
  32. C
  33. B
  34. B
  35. C
  36. D
  37. A
  38. C
  39. D
  40. D
  41. A
  42. B
  43. B
  44. C
  45. C
  46. B
  47. A
  48. D
  49. D
  50. C

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