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# Mathematics Questions and Answers - Grade 6 Mid Term 1 Exams 2023 Set 6

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1. A cement factory packed 23.456,021 bags of cement in a month. How many cements did the factory pack in words?
1. Twenty-three million, four hundred and fifty-six thousand and twenty-one
2. Twenty-three million, four hundred and fifty-six thousand
3. Twenty-three thousand, four hundred and fifty-six
4. Twenty-three four fifty-six and twenty-one
2. During a national prayer, the total population of attendees was 704,831. What is the total value of digit 0?
1. 00
2. 0
3. 04.831
4. 00,000
3. Mutua planted a number of seedlings in twelve rows, if each row had thirteen seedlings. How many seeds did he plant altogether?
1. 25
2. 165
3. 156
4. 146
4. Mr. Jojo a mathematics teacher equally shared 95 sweets amongst his thirteen grade 6 pupils. How many sweets was he left with?
1. 7
2. 6
3. 4
4. 8
5. Kamau an athlete ran thrice round the field shown below: What total distance did he cover?
1. 55m
2. 110m
3. 165m
4. 330m
6. Catherine a tailor bought four rolls of fabric. If from each roll of fabric, she made fourteen dresses. How many dresses did she make from the four rolls of fabric?
1. 40
2. 18
3. 16
4. 56
7. Peter a carpenter had a piece of timber of length 196cm. He later cut it into small equal parts of 14cm in length. How many small pieces did he get?
1. 210
2. 172
3. 14
4. 320

Use the diagram below to answer questions 8 and 9.

1. Kamau walked from point Y to point k through point R. What total distance did he cover in kilometres and metres?
1. 1km 888m
2. 525 km
3. 679 km
4. 1km 203m
2. Jayden's home is at point Q he wants to visit his friend Kamau whose house is at point Y to do a science project. What is the shortest route to use to get to Kamua's home?
1. Q-K-Y
2. Q-K-R-Y
3. Q-R-Y
4. Q-R-K-Y

Study Rachel's bill below and answer question 10 and 11.

 ITEMS PRICE 2kg sugar Ksh. 435 3 loaves of bread Ksh. 200 1kg tea leaves Ksh. 300 2 litres milk Ksh. 140
1. How much money would Rachel pay for the items?
1. Sh.765
2. Sh.1075
3. Sh. 735
4. Sh.640
2. How much balance would Rachel get, if she paid the above bill using two- one thousand shillings note?
1. Sh.35
2. Sh.925
3. Sh.1075
4. Sh.1225
3. During an inter class competition at Brighton school. A football match started at 3:35 Pm. If the football match took one hour thirty six minutes, at what time did the match end?
1. 2:00Pm
2. 5:11Pm
3. 4:45Pm
4. 1:34Pm
4. During group discussion learners were asked to work the least common multiple for 24,18 and 12. Which of the following responses was correct?
1. 6
2. 54
3. 144
4. 72
5. Wambui a grade 5 pupil was asked to work out the fractions below. What correct answer would she give?
21/25/22/5
1. 28/9
2. 8/12
3. 4/6
4. 5/6
6. A farmer harvested 14, 569 bags of maize and 2, 467 bags of beans in 2021. In 2022 the harvest reduced by 200 bags. What was the total number of bags harvested in 2022?
1. 17,063
2. 2,267
3. 14,369
4. 16,836
7. Leah had G goats. She later bought 12 more goats and sold F cows. Which of the following algebraic expressions represents the information?
1. G+ 12−F
2. G−F
3. F+12−G
4. F−12+G
8. During a mathematics discussion Grace wrote the fractions below Which of the following fractions is not an equivalent of 2/3?
1. 6/9
2. 8/12
3. 4/6
4. 5/6
9. During a church conference 3,502men, 2,945 women and 4,882 children attended the conference. Use this information to answer questions 18 . What was the total number of the attendees at the conference?
1. 6,447
2. 7,827
3. 11,329
4. 8,384
10. Mwaniki fenced the farm below using four strands of barbed wire. How many metres of barbed wire did he use?
1. 200m
2. 800m
3. 400m
4. 1600m
11. During a mathematics lesson the teacher displayed the number cards shown below.

What is the largest five-digit number that can be formed using the number cards?
1. 80,942
2. 86,940
3. 94,708
4. 98,702
12. Below is a square drawn by a grade 4 pupil whose area is 225cm2. What is the length of one side of the square?
1. 15 cm
2. 25 cm
3.  5 cm
4. 23 cm
13. The height of grade 6 pupils at access school is as shown below. 1.32m,1.12m, 1.02m, 1.23m, 1.20m, 1.45m and 1.96m. Arrange the heights in an ascending order?
1. 132cm, 102cm, 145cm, 196cm, 112cm, 120cm, 123cm
2. 196cm, 145cm, 132cm, 123cm, 120cm, 112cm, 102cm
3. 196cm, 154cm, 132cm, 123cm, 120cm. 112cm,102cm
4. 102cm, 112cm, 120cm, 123cm, 132cm, 145cm, 196cm
14. Julian woke up at 6:30Am on Monday. If she had slept for 8 hours. At what time did she sleep?
1. 8:00 Pm
2. 10:30Pm
3. 2:30pm
4. 7:30pm
15. Mutua had 16 kilograms of rice. He later repacked it into half kilogram packets. How many half kg packets did he obtain?
1. 18
2. 32
3. 14
4. 16.
16. Martin drew the figure below. What is the volume of the cuboid?

1. 924cm3
2. 132cm3
3. 30cm3
4. 84cm3
17. Rashid's family consumes two trays of eggs every week, How many eggs do they consume in the two weeks?
1. 30
2. 14
3. 60
4. 120
18. Achieng wrote the following pattern. What is the sum of the next two numbers?
724,737,750, ___________, ____________
1. 763
2. 1539
3. 776
4. 1513
19. Macheru was asked to solve the combined operation below. Which of the following responses was correct?
2(2 + 6 − 3) x 5 +10
1. 40
2. 50
3. 60
4. 75
20. Becky measured the length of the classroom wall and recorded as follows
5.23m,3.34m, 5.05m and 3.42m.
What was the total length of the classroom sides to the nearest 1 decimal place?
1. 8.6m
2. 17.0m
3. 16.92m
4. 34.1m
21. Patel drew the diagram below. What is the size of the angle marked R?

1. 90°
2. 180°
3. 45°
4. 135°

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