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  1. What is three million four hundred and four thousand  five hundred and five in symbols?
    1. 3404505 
    2. 30404505
    3. 3044505
    4. 34004505
  2. What is the place value of digit seven in the number  96.80075?
    1. Thousandths
    2. Hundredths
    3. Ten thousandths 
    4. Ten thousands
  3. What is 456.98 rounded off to the nearest tenths?
    1. 457.00
    2. 457
    3. 467.00
    4. 457.0
  4. What is; C7ET22022mathset2Q4  in its simplest form?
    1. 14/26 
    2. 7/13
    3. 7/12
    4. 13/24
  5. What is the next number in the series?
    845, 805, 765, 725, _______
    1. 685
    2. 680 
    3. 645
    4. 700
  6. Convert 23/5, into a decimal. 
    1. 0.26
    2. 2.6
    3. 0.0026
    4. 2.66
  7. A newspaper vendor sells an average of 36 newspapers everyday. Each newspaper sells at sh.35. How much money does he receive in 28 days
    1. Sh.36000
    2. Sh.30240
    3. Sh.35280
    4. Sh.27280
  8. The figure below represents a plot of land with semi-circular ends. 
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    What is its perimeter?
    1. 264cm
    2. 300cm
    3. 164cm
    4. 564cm
  9. What is the value of; 
    (21/3 ÷ 4) ÷ 3/4 ?
    1. 2/3 
    2. 1/4
    3. 8/9
    4. 102/3 
  10. What is the value of;
    1.8 x 0.35  ?
    0.3 x 0.07 
    1. 30
    2. 3
    3. 13
    4. 140.3
  11. The price of a book was sh.330 after a 12% deduction. What was the original price of the book? 
    1. Sh.375
    2. Sh.75
    3. Sh.15
    4. Sh.45
  12. Using a ruler and apair of compasses, construct triangle XYZ such that XY = 5cm, YZ=6cm and angle XYZ=30°. Measure line XY.
    1. 5cm
    2. Зcm 
    3. 4cm
    4. 6cm
  13. Trees are planted 24m apart on both sides of a road 12km long. Each seedling costs sh. 15. What is the total cost of the seedlings? 
    1. Sh.15000
    2. Sh.15030
    3. Sh.7515
    4. Sh.7530
  14. An empty pick-up has a mass of 1.2 tonnes. It is loaded with 90kg bags of maize until the weight becomes 4.8 tonnes. What is the total number of bags loaded into the pick-up?
    1. 400
    2.  40
    3.  20
    4. 200
  15. What is the value of x in the equation?
    4(2x + 6) − 10 = 30 
    1. 2
    2. 8
    3. 16
  16. The fractions 1/25/83/42/5  and ?, are to be arranged in order from the smallest to the largest. Which one of the following is the corect order?
    1. 2/51/23/45/8 
    2. 3/45/81/22/5 
    3. 2/55/81/23/4 
    4. 2/51/25/83/4 
  17. Hamisi had sh.4800. He spent 60% of the money on buying some items. How much money was he left with?
    1. Sh.2880
    2.  Sh.1920
    3.  Sh.4860
    4. Sh.4740
  18. One bell rings at intervals of 30 minutes and another at intervals of 40 minutes. If they are rung at 7.55am together, when will they ring together again?
    1. 8.55 am
    2. 10.55am
    3. 9.55am
    4. 9.55pm
  19. A mother bought the following items from the market;
    3kg of potatoes @ sh.15
    2kg of tomatoes @sh.30
    1/2 kg of onions @sh.50 per kg
    8 oranges @sh.5
    She gave the seller a 500 shillings note. What balance did she get?
    1. Sh.170
    2. Sh.330
    3. Sh.305
    4. Sh.335 
  20. In a mixed school, there are 720 pupils. If 450 are girls, what percentage are boys?
    1. 37½%
    2. 62½%
    3. 27%
    4. 38½%
  21. What is the value of;
    1/4 ÷ 1/2 of 1/22/3 + (2/3 − 1/6)
    1. 21/6 
    2. 11/6 
    3. 3/4 
    4. 9/16 
  22. The area of the trapezium JKLM drawn below is 544cm2. Line JK is parallel to line LM and line JM is the perpendicular distance
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    What is the length of line KL?
    1. 28cm
    2. 12cm
    3. 16cm
    4. 20cm 
  23. The area of a square plot of land is 576cm2. What is the measure of one of its sides? A
    1. 14cm
    2. 24cm
    3. 34cm
    4. 20cm 
  24. Somo deposited sh.10800 in a bank which paid simple interest. At the end of the tenth month, he withdrew a total of sh.11340. At what rate per annum was the interest charged?
    1. 6%
    2. 0.5% 
    3. 12.6%
    4. 10% 
  25. In the figure below, line AB is parallel to line DC and EF is a straight line.
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    Which one of the following statements is correct about the figure?
    1. Angle a and angle e = 180°
    2. Angle e and angle f = 180° 
    3. Angle b = angle g
    4. Angle h = angle a
  26. During drought, a camel lost 16kg. What was the percentage decrease if the mass of the camel is now 144kg?
    1. 10%
    2. 0.5%
    3. 12.6%
    4. 10%
  27. Express 32½ as a fraction and simplify.
    1. 13/40
    2. 13/20  
    3. 5/40
    4. 65/200  
  28. A book is made up of 810840 words. In every page there are 6757 words. How many pages does the book have?
    1. 465
    2. 126
    3. 146
    4. 456 
  29. What is the perimeter of the figure below if its radius is 3.5m? (Take π = 22/7)
    C7ET22022mathset2Q29
    1. 36m
    2. 18m
    3. 29m
    4. 14.5m 
  30. Which one of the following number is not divisible by 11?
    1. 57640
    2. 86284
    3.  11995
    4. 41536  
  31. What is the value of
      rpg - 4q  
      4p - 3p
    given that r=2, p=2r and q = p+2 A.==
    1. 12/3
    2. 11/3 
    3. 21/3
    4. 22/3 
  32. A factory produced 40.4 tonnes of maize in January. The maize wes packed in 100kg bags and sold at sh.1000 each. How much money was obtained? 
    1. Sh.4040000
    2. Sh.4040
    3. Sh.40400 
    4. Sh.404000
  33. What is the sum of prime number between 60 and 80?
    1. 480
    2. 491
    3. 351
    4. 424
  34. Lucy spends 1/ of her salary on rent, 1/8 on transport and 2/7 on food. If she saves the remaining amount, what fraction of her salary does she save?
    1. 29/36 
    2. 7/9
    3. 27/56 
    4. 9/14 
  35. Atieno is paid 2275min in a week for the job she does. How much money did she earn in a week that she missed going for the job three times?
    1. Sh.1300
    2. Sh.975
    3. Sh.758.30
    4. Sh.568.75
  36. A section of a road 9km long was drawn on a map using a scale of 1:100000. What was the measure of the drawing on the map?
    1. 4.5cm .
    2. 3.5cm
    3. 18cm
    4. 9cm
  37. The figure below represents Ongwae's piece of land 
    C7ET22022mathset2Q37
    What is the area of Ongwae's piece of land in hectares? (Take π = 3.14)
    1. 107808
    2. 130416 
    3. 10.7808 . 
    4. 13.0416 
  38. A saleslady is given a commission of 7% on the value of goods she sells. In a certain month, she sold goods worth sh.110000. How much money did she earn that month?
    1. Sh.8400
    2. Sh.7700
    3. Sh.12500
    4. Sh.9600 
  39. A certain job can be done by 12 men in 16 days. How many days.can 8 men working at the same rate take to finish the job? 
    1. 27
    2. 18
    3. 10
    4. 24 
  40. Calculate the capacity in litres of a rectangular water tank that measures 1.5m by 0.8m by 60cm.
    1. 7.2
    2. 0.72
    3. 720
    4. 7200
  41. What is the total surface area of the closed cuboid shown below?
    C7ET22022mathset2Q41
    1. 25920cm
    2. 5652cm
    3. 6354cm
    4. 26280cm
  42. A bus travelled from Kismayu to Dahola, a distance of 32km/hr between 8.30am and 1.00pm. Calculate its speed in m/s. 
    1. 20m/s
    2. 66½ m/s
    3. 72m/s
    4. 108m/s
  43. The mean mass of 6 boys is 48kg. If the seventh boy is added, the mean becomes 47.5kg. What is the mass of the seventh boy? 
    1. 44.5kg
    2. 56kg
    3. 49.5kg
    4. 38kg .
  44. In the figure below, line RQ = 17cm, line RP = 15cm and angle RPQ = 90°. What is the area of triangle PQR?
    1. 68cm2
    2. 127.5cm2
    3. 96cm2
    4. 60cm2 
  45. The market price of a jacket was sh. 1800. Kim bought it on cash and he was given a discount of 5%. How much did he pay for the jacket?
    1. Sh.90
    2. Sh.1710
    3. Sh.1890
    4. Sh.1620
  46. Find the circumference of the circle given below. (Take π = 22/7)
    C7ET22022mathset2Q46
    1. 38cm
    2. 11cm
    3. 22cm
    4. 44cm
  47. A train leaves town A at 11.05am and takes 13hrs 45min to reach town B. At what time did it reach town B? 
    1. 11.48am
    2. 12.48pm
    3. 1.48am
    4. 0048hrs 
  48. A school has 240 pupils in lower primary. This is 60% of the total number of pupils in the school. How many pupils are there in upper primary?
    1. 300
    2. 340
    3. 160
    4. 400
  49. A teacher had 15½m of cloth. She gave each of her 4 pupils 3½m of the cloth each. What length of cloth was she left with?
    1. 11/3
  50. What is the next shape in the pattern below?
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Questions

  1. Which of the following is six million, six hundred and six thousand and sixty six in numerals?
    1. 6 606 066
    2. 6 066 066
    3. 6006 606
    4. 6 606 660
  2. How many hundreds are there in the total value of digit 5 in the number 8 534 217?
    1. 500
    2. 500 000
    3. 5 000
    4. 50 000
  3. What is 59.34892 to the nearest thousandths?
    1. 59.3489
    2. 59.35
    3. 59.3
    4. 59.349
  4. The area of a square plot of land is 676m. What is its perimeter?
    1. 52m
    2. 104m
    3. 208m
    4. 156m
  5. What is the difference between the GCD of 12, 24 and 36 and the LCM of 12, 18 and 24?
    1. 60
    2. 84
    3. 48
    4. 12
  6. What is the value of
    0.48 x 7.2 x 5.8 ?
      0.12 x 2.9
    1. 0.576
    2. 5.76
    3. 57.6
    4. 576
  7. By selling a shirt at sh. 360, a trader made a loss of 20%. What was the buying price of a trouser?
    1. Sh 500
    2. Sh. 600
    3. Sh. 420
    4. Sh. 450
  8. Find the perimeter of the rectangle shown Below if y=8.
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    1. 29cm
    2. 58cm
    3. 116cm
    4. 84cm
  9. What is the square root of the number obtained when 2 304 is divided by 4?
    1. 22
    2. 28
    3. 24
    4. 32
  10. In the figure below line AB and AC are straight lines. Line PQ and line TS are parallel lines
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    What is the size of angle BAC?
    1.  70°
    2.  60°
    3.  50°
    4. 40°
  11. What is the next number in the pattern below?
    4,9, 25, 49 ___________
    1.  81
    2.  169
    3.  225
    4. 121
  12. Arrange the fractions below in descending order: 13/20, 4/5, 3/8, 3/4
    1. 3/8 , 13/203/44/5
    2. 4/, 3/4 , 13/203/8
    3.  4/13/20 , 3/4  , 3/8
    4. 3/8 , 3/413/204/5
  13. What is the square root of 0.0169?
    1. 0.0013
    2.  0.013
    3. 0.13
    4. 1.3
  14. The parallel lines of a trapezium are 18cm and 14cm respectively. The perpendicular distance between parallel lines is 12cm. What is its area? 
    1. 192cm2
    2. 210cm2
    3. 180cm2
    4. 160cm2
  15. What is the circumference of a circle whose radius is 14cm?
    1. 44cm
    2. 22cm
    3. 176cm
    4. 88cm
  16. Which of the following numbers is divisible by 11?
    1. 25 885
    2. 29 874
    3. 16 896
    4. 26 348
  17. Which of the following will not form a right angled triangle?
    1. 7cm, 24cm, 25cm
    2. 7cm, 15cm, 17cm
    3. 5cm, 12cm, 13cm
    4. 9cm, 40cm, 41cm
  18. Write 37.5% as a fraction in its simplest
    1. 3/8 
    2. 3/5
    3. 3/16
    4. 5/8
  19. The figure below is a cylinder.
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    What is its volume?
    1. 16 420cm
    2. 18 520cm
    3. 13 200cm
    4. 27 720cm
  20. Increase 500 by 20%
    1. 600
    2. 1 100
    3. 800
    4. 900
  21. In a factory, 6 096 bottles of soda were packed in crates of 24 bottles each. How many crates were packed?
    1.  301
    2.  154
    3.  254
    4. 124
  22. Linus bought a sofa set by paying a deposit of sh. 25 000 and eight monthly instalments of sh. 4 500 each. How much was the total cost of the sofa set?
    1. Sh. 61 000
    2. Sh. 36 000
    3. Sh. 54 000
    4. Sh. 76 000
  23. Find the area of the shaded part in the figure below.
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    1. 980cm2
    2. 806cm2
    3. 1 786cm2
    4. 174cm2
  24. A family uses 3 - 2 dl packet of milk everyday. How many litres does the family use in a fort night?
    1. 841
    2. 8.41
    3. 0.841
    4. 8401
  25. The area of a squate plot of land is 6.25ha. What is the length of the plot?
    1. 1 000m
    2. 250m
    3. 500m
    4. 125m
  26. The circumference of a circle is 88m. What is the length of its radius?
    1. 28m
    2. 14m
    3. 7m
    4. 3.5m
  27. Decrease 3 000 by 20%.
    1. 2 400
    2. 2 600
    3. 2 800
    4. 2 200
  28. Ndeto bought 3 trays of eggs at sh. 300. During transportation 10 eggs broke, He sold the rest at sh. 12.00 each. If each tray holds 30 eggs, what was his percentage profit?
    1. 8%
    2. 5%
    3. 20%
    4. 62/3 %
  29. What is the difference between the largest and the smallest number formed by the digits 9, 8, 5,0 and 7?
    1. 47 961
    2. 54 281
    3. 98 750
    4. 50 789
  30. Eutychus was given a commission of sh.4 000 after selling goods worth 80 000. What was his percentage commission?
    1. 95%
    2. 20%
    3. 80%
    4. 5%
  31. The figure below shows a rectangular piece of land. It was fenced using three strands of wire.
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    If a 4m gate was left, what is the total length of wire used?
    1. 656m
    2. 660m
    3. 648m
    4. 560m
  32. Find the area of the figure in centimetres.
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    (Take π = 3.14)
    1. 24.0cm2
    2. 63.25cm2
    3. 48.25cm2
    4. 39.25cm2
  33. What is the value of 168 008 +8?
    1. 21 001
    2. 2 101
    3. 211
    4. 210 001
  34. What is the product of the vertices and faces of an open rectatigular prism?
    1. 48
    2. 64
    3. 40
    4. 56
  35. What is the volume of a cylinder whose whose diameter is 28cm and a height of 15cm?
    1. 1 540cm³
    2. 9 240cm³
    3. 3 080cm³
    4. 1232cm³
  36. Construct an equilateral triangle whose side is 6cm. Draw a circle that touches the vertices. Measure the radius.
    1. 42cm
    2. 1.6cm
    3. 2.5cm
    4. 3.5cm
  37. Below are properties of a certain quadrilateral.
    1. All sides are equal.
    2. Diagonals are varied and bisect each. other at a right angle.
    3. Opposite angles are equal
      Which of the following quadrilateral is described above?
      1. Rhombus
      2. Parallelogram
      3. Rectangle 
      4. Trapezium
  38. Simplify:
    5(2a + 3b) + 3(2a − 2b)
    1. 16a - 96
    2. 16a +216
    3. 16a - 216
    4. 16a + 9b
  39. In a scale drawing, 1cm represent 1.2km, what is the real length of a drawing length of 15cm?
    1. 30km
    2. 18km
    3. 24km
    4. 21km
  40. What is the value of:
    2b² - k
         P
    if b=4, k=2 and p= 5? 
    1. 5
    2. 7
    3. 6
    4. 8
  41. Rose is x years old. Her father is ten times as old as Rose. How old will be her father in 20 years to come?
    1. 10x + 20
    2. x+ 20
    3. 10x - 20
    4. 11x + 20
  42. A car travelling at a speed of 65km/hr took 2 1/5 hours to complete a journey. How long was the journey?
    1. 165km
    2. 121km
    3. 135km
    4. 143km
  43. Akamba bus left Eldoret at 11.50pm. It took 4 hours 55 minutes to travel to Nairobi. At what time did it arrive at Nairobi?
    1. 3.25am
    2. 4.45am
    3. 4.45pm
    4. 5.15am
  44. The diagram below shows a semi circular log of wood.
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    What is its surface area?
    1. 1 588cm2
    2. 1 604cm2
    3. 1 054cm2
    4. 1 440cm2
  45. A tank is 1/3 full of water. After drawing 30  litres of water from the tank it became 1/4 full. How much does the tank hold when full?
    1. 360 l
    2. 180 l
    3. 450 l
    4. 540 l
  46. Two bells P and Q ring after every two and three hours respectively. If they ring together at 9.30am, when will they ring together again?
    1. 3.30am
    2. 2.30pm
    3. 4.30am
    4. 3.30pm
  47. Otieno deposited sh. 90 000 in a bank that paid simple interest at the rate of 8% p.a. How much money was in his account after 2½ years?
    1. Sh. 27 000
    2. Sh. 18 000
    3. Sh. 117 200
    4. Sh. 108 000
  48. Mama Kawira bought the following items from a shop.
    3kg of sugar @sh. 110.00
    4 ½kg of rice @sh. 80.00
    3 packets of milk @sh. 50.00
    500g tea leaves for sh. 75.00
    How much was her total bill?
    1. Sh. 725
    2. Sh. 915
    3. Sh. 875
    4. Sh. 1 025
  49. The pie chart below shows how Emily spends her sh. 36 000 salary.
    How much did she spend on school fees?
    1. Sh. 10 500
    2. Sh. 4 500
    3. Sh. 13 500
    4. Sh. 9 000
  50. Paul scored as follows in his end of term exams.
    Mathematics - 56%
    Kiswahili - 30%
    English - 77%
    Science - 90%
    SST - 77%
    What was his mean score for the five exams?
    1. 66%
    2. 68%
    3. 62%
    4. 65%

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  1. A school had nine hundred and ninety eight thousand, six hundred and forty five chickens. What is the number of chickens written in symbols?
    1. 998 654
    2. 988 645
    3. 998 645
    4. 989 65
  2. In a certain grassland, there were 84 629 birds. What is the total value of digit 4 in this number?
    1. Thousands
    2. 4 000 
    3. 40 000
    4. Tens of thousands
  3. What is the shortest length of a string from which equal pieces measuring 12 cm and 18 cm can be cut?
    1. 6cm
    2. 48cm
    3. 16cm
    4. 36cm
  4. In the year 2019, 248 618 students joined universities in a certain country. In the following year, 366 211 students joined universities. How many students joined universities in the two years?
    1. 614 829
    2. 624 729 
    3. 614 729 
    4. 624 8295.
  5. There are 96 487 trees in Maserati forest. Out of these, 23 265 are natural while the rest are planted. How many planted trees are in Maserati forest?
    1. 119 752
    2. 72 322 
    3. 73 222 
    4. 73 122
  6. What is the next number in the pattern below?
    4, 8, 24, 96, ____________
    1. 100
    2. 480
    3. 520
    4. 104
  7. In a green grocery, 5/8 of the fruits are mangoes and the rest are oranges. If 3/8 of the mangoes were sold, what fraction of the mangoes remained?
    1. ½
    2. 8/8
    3. 5/8
    4. 2/0
  8. Aminata had 12 pineapples. She bought 6 more pineapples. She then sold all the pineapples equally to 9 customers. How many pineapples did each customer buy?
    1. 3
    2. 8
    3. 7
    4. 2
  9. A member of county assembly had 336 packets of maize flour. He shared the packets equally to 14 needy families. How many packets did each family get?
    1. 24
    2. 350
    3. 322
    4. 28
  10. In the first attempt, an athlete finished a marathon race in 4.26 hours. In the second attempt, she reduced the time by 1.18 hours. What time did she take in the second attempt?
    1. 5.44
    2. 3.08
    3. 3.18
    4. 5.34
  11. A pupil ran round a school play ground and covered a distance of 1 900m. How many kilometres and metres are these?
    1. 19 km 00m 
    2. 1 km 900m
    3. 19 km 900m 
    4. 1 km 00m
  12. A square flashcard is 16cm long. What is the area of the flashcard? 
    1. 32cm2
    2. 4cm2
    3. 64cm2
    4. 256cm2 
  13. In a birthday party, juice was stored in 8 containers. Each container had 6 litres 200 ml. How much juice was stored?
    1. 48L       1 600 ml
    2. 48L       600 ml
    3. 49L       600 ml
    4. 49L      1 600 ml
  14. Mariarosa drew a shape like the one drawn below on the white board. 
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    What is the area of the shape?
    1. 399cm2
    2. 80cm2
    3. 40cm2
    4. 289cm2  
  15. Petrol in a 40 litres 800ml container was emptied to fill 8 equal containers. What was the capacity of each container?
    1. 3L     150ml
    2. 6L      50ml
    3. 4L      200ml
    4. 5L      100ml
  16. Kiriti rode his bicycle from home to school and took 840 seconds. How many minutes are these?
    1. 84
    2. 14
    3. 7
    4. 12
  17. A Mathematics Activities lesson started at the time shown below.
    G5ET2022MathQ17s2
    If the lesson took 2100 seconds, at what time did it end? 
    1. 12.40 
    2. 1.45 
    3. 12.45 
    4. 1.40
  18. Maimuna is 25kg 200g heavy while her younger brother is 6kg 300g lighter than her. What is her younger brother's mass?
    1. 31kg   500g
    2. 18kg   900g
    3. 19kg   900g
    4. 19kg   500g
  19. Work out:
    G5ET2022MathQ19s2
    1. 79kg    200g
    2. 2kg      1 200g
    3. 3kg      200g
    4. 2kg      200g
  20. During a music lesson, a teacher wanted learners to do 3 activities within the remaining 27 minutes 6 seconds. If each activity was to take equal time, how long would this be?
    1. 71 minutes   18 seconds
    2. 9 minutes     12 seconds
    3. 9 minutes      2 seconds
    4. 70 minutes    78 seconds
  21. Which of the following shows a correct line of symmetry?
    1. G5ET2022MathQ21as2
    2. G5ET2022MathQ21bs2 
    3. G5ET2022MathQ21cs2
    4. G5ET2022MathQ21ds2
  22. A Grade 4 pupil saw a shape with the following properties: 
    1. It had four angles.
    2. The figure had four sides.
    3. All the angles were right angles.
    4. Opposite sides were equal.
    5. Not all sides were equal.
      The shape the pupil saw was likely to be 
      1. a triangle. 
      2. an oval. 
      3. a square. 
      4. a rectangle.
  23. Study the illustration below.
    G5ET2022MathQ23s2
    The demonstration above shows a
    1. a half turn. 
    2. a full turn.
    3. an anti-clockwise turn.
    4. a quarter turn.
  24. Japolo had p bottle tops for an Art and Craft Activity. If he gave 19 bottle tops to his friend, which of the following expressions shows the number of bottle tops he remained with? 
    1. 19 + p 
    2. p x 19 
    3. p - 19 
    4. 19+ p
  25. Machunga had 3 oranges. She bought m. more oranges. In total she had 10 oranges. How many oranges did she buy? 
    1. 7
    2. 13 
    3. 5
    4. 4
  26. Sanaipei carried 24 beads to school. On her way, x beads got lost. She was left with 19 beads. How many beads got lost?
    1. 5
    2. 43
    3. 7
    4. 6
      The table below shows the number of animals seen during an educational tour.
       Animals   Tally 
       Elephants   llll llll lll
       Buffaloes  llll llll llll l
       Lions  llll llll llll llll ll 
       Zebras  llll llll l
       Gazelles  llll ll
  27. Which animals were the least?
    1. Lions
    2. Gazelles
    3. Elephants :
    4. Zebras
  28. How many more lions than buffaloes were seen?
    1. 6
    2. 38
    3. 5
    4. 37
  29. What was the total number of elephants and lions?
    1. 32
    2. 35
    3. 13
    4. 22
  30. How many animals were seen altogether?
    1. 69
    2. 79
    3. 59
    4. 49

MARKING SCHEME

  1. C
  2. B
  3. D
  4. A
  5. C
  6. B
  7. C
  8. D
  9. A
  10. B
  11. B
  12. D
  13. C
  14. A
  15. D
  16. B
  17. C
  18. B
  19. D
  20. C
  21. B
  22. D
  23. D
  24. C
  25. A
  26. A
  27. B
  28. A
  29. B
  30. A

 Questions

  1. Which of the following number is thirteen million thirteen thousand and thirteen in figures?
    1. 13 130 013
    2. 13 013 031
    3. 13 013 103
    4. 13 013 013
  2. How many groups of two hundred are there in the value of digit 5 in the number 2 657 623.8?
    1. 2.5
    2. 25 
    3. 250
    4. 2 500
  3. What is the value of

       0.42 x 0.70 x 53.4     
         9.8 x 0,03 x 17.8

    1. 30
    2. 3
    3. 0.3
    4. 0.03
  4. The figure drawn below is a rectangle.
    0201Math4
    What is the area of the rectangle?
    1. 320cm2
    2. 84cm2
    3. 640cm2
    4. 160cm2
  5. What is 87 058 divided by 29?
    1. 32
    2. 302
    3. 3002
    4. 30 002
  6.  What is the difference between the LCM of 12. 18 and 24 and the GCD of 36 and 48?
    1. 864
    2. 72
    3. 84
    4. 60
  7. What is the value of:
    1/2 ÷ 1/4 of 1/2 + (1 2/3 - 1/3)

    1. 5 1/3
    2. 54 1/3
    3. 2 2/3
    4. 3 1/3 
  8. What is the next number in the pattern 2, 4.3, 6, 5, 8, 7, 10,........ ?
    1. 9
    2. 11
    3. 12
    4. 13
  9. The figure below shows a quarterly cylindrical metal bar
    0201Math9
    What is its surface area?
    1. 7232cm2
    2. 8 464cm2
    3. 9 872cm2
    4. 9284cm2
  10. Thirty six men can do a certain job in twenty four days. How many more men are needed to complete the job in eighteen days?
    1. 48 :
    2. 24
    3. 18
    4. 12
  11. The mean age of ten boys is 11.6 years. Nine of them arc 10, 18, 6, 14, 12.8. 12, 10 and 14years old. What is the product of the mode and median of the numbers?
    1. 12
    2. 24 
    3. 144
    4. 120
  12. A businėss man borrowed sh. 240 000 from a bank that charged simple interest at the rate of 3% per month. How much was the amount after one year?
    1. Ksh86 400
    2. Ksh 326 400
    3. Ksh 7 200
    4. Ksh 247 200
  13. What is twice the value of
    2x2 - y + z
         z-y
    when x = 4, z = y 2 and y=x - 1
    1. 17 
    2. 24
    3. 12
    4. 34
  14. Ochieng gave 2/5 his land to his first born 1/4 to the second born. He gave 3/7 of the remainder to the third born. If the fourth born got the remaining 84 hectares, how many hectares were given to the third born?
    1. 420
    2. 63
    3. 105 :
    4. 168
  15. The rectangle below has been drawn to scale 1:50 000.
    0201Math15
    What is the actual area in hectares?.. 
    1. 6
    2. 60
    3. 600
    4. 6 000
  16. Wang'ombe paid sh. 47 600 for a generator after getting 15% discount. I low much more would he have paid if he had been given a 10% discount?
    1. Sh. 2 800
    2. Sh. 5 040
    3. Sh. 8 400
    4. Sh. 5 600
  17. A 33 seater bus and 14-seater matatu were to transport-1 237 people to Bhukungu stadiun for Mashemeji derby. They all carried to the capacity except for the bus that made the extra final trip to carry the last group. Flow many people did the bus carry in the final extra trip?.
    1. 15
    2. 32
    3. 14
    4. 27
  18. Using a ruler and a pair of compass, construct a triangle ABC such that line AB=8cm line BC = 7em and line AC=6cm. Draw a circle that touches points.
    What is the length of the radius of the circle?
    1. 2.0cm
    2. 8.3cm
    3. 4.2cm
    4. 3.9cm
  19. In the figure below, line AC is parallel to line DE. Line BC = line CE = line CD . Angle ECD. 48°
    0201Math19
    What is the size of the angle ABE?
    1. 123°
    2. 57°
    3. 66°
    4. 67°
  20. A school has a total of 320 pupils, Each pupil was given 3 - 2dl packets of milk each week. How many litres of milk did they consume in two weeks?
    1. 38 400 l
    2. 3 840 l
    3. 384 l
    4. 38.4 l
  21. The following stack of cubes was dipped in paint.
    0201Math21 
    The stack was dipped in paint. How many cubes got paint three laces?
    1. 36
    2. .8
    3. 10
    4. 12
  22. Hassan went on holiday from 8th December 2019 to 8th March 2020. How many days was he for holiday?
    1. 90
    2. 91
    3. 92
    4. 93
  23. In a school the ratio of boys 10 girls is 3:2 . There are 750 pupils in a school. During a sports competition 1/6 of the girls and 1/5 of the boys took part in the games. How many pupils took part in the games?
    1. 560
    2. 360
    3. 250
    4. 140
  24. The table below shows the number of pupils who were absent in a class of 35 pupils in a certain week
      Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri
    Boys  3  4
    Girls  5

    What was the mean daily attendance for the week?
    1. 35 .
    2. 135
    3. 40
    4. 27
  25. Construct a parallelogram PQRS such that line PQ = 5cm and QR=7.5cm. Angle PSR = 135°. Join P to R and S to Q and let the point of intersection be at H
    What is the length of line SH?
    1. 2.6
    2. 2.4
    3. 5.8
    4. 11.6
  26. What is the simplest form of

        2(x + 2y) +- x - 4y         ?
       4(2y – x) - 5y + 4x .

    1. 3x/3y

    2.   x + y  
         x -y

    3.   3x + 4y  
        3y - 4y

    4. x/y
  27. A sales girl is paid a basic salary of sh. 13 800 and a 6% commission on all the sales she makes above sh 70 000. In one month she earned a total of sh. 34 800. What was the value of her sales?
    1. Sh. 350 000
    2. Sh 420 000
    3. Sh. 21 000
    4. Sh. 371 000
  28. The table below shows the number of vehicles sold at Maridady show room.
    Toyota Mazda Nissan Isuzu Suzuki Mitsubishi
    160 80 150 90 96 144

    If this information was placed on a pic chart, what angle would represent the difference between Mistubishi and Mazda?
    1. 32°
    2. 72°
    3. 40°
    4. 64°
  29. A Kampala bound bus left Nairobi on Wednesday at 6:45pm and the journey look lirs 30min. At what day and time did the bus get to Kampala?
    1. 0515hr Thursday 
    2. 06151 Thursday
    3. 0615hrs Wednesday
    4. 815hrs Wednesday 
  30. A cylindrical water tank has a height of 4.0m and a diameter of 2.1m. If it is 3/5 full water, how many more litres are required 10 fill the tank?
    1. 33 2641 
    2. 55 4401
    3. 27 7201 
    4. 22 1761
  31. The figure below shows a triangle cut out of a semi-circle line AC 8cm and line BC 6cm. 
    0201Math31
    What is the area of the shaded part?
    1. 39.25cm2
    2. 24cm2
    3. 15.25cm2
    4. 79.5cm2
  32. Kanini bought the following items from a shop. 
    2kg of sugar @ Sh. 145
    6 - 500ml packets of milk @ 120 per litre.
    1 ¼ kg cooking for a Sh. 180 per kg
    3kg salt for Sh. 90
    6 -2kg packets of wheat flour @ 110  per kg.

    If he paid using 3 - 1 000 shilling notes,  how much balance did he get?
    1. Sh. 2 285
    2. Sh. 1015 
    3. sh. 1 985
    4. Sh. 715
  33. A watch loses 10 seconds every two hours.  The watch was set correct on Thursday at  7:30am. What time did it show at 7:30pm  next Thursday?
    1. 7:15pm
    2. 7:16pm
    3. 7:29pm
    4. 7:45 pm
  34. Kamren is three times as old as his daughter. The wife is 12 years older than the daughter.  If the wife is x years old, what is the sum of their ages?
    1. 5x + 36
    2. 5x - 48
    3. 4x -  12
    4. 2x - 12
  35. What is the value of x in the equation
    x/5  x-4   = 6
                 2
    1. 5 5/7
    2. 8 5/7
    3. 6 3/7
    4. 11 3/7
  36. The table below shows the charges of buying a postal order. 
    Value of order in Sh Commission
     500 63 
     1 000 94
     2 000 132
    3 000  169 
    4 000  210
    5 000  270

    Jamal wanted to send Sh. 9000 using postal order. Which of the following combination I of the value of orders should he buy to pay  the least commission?
    1.  Sh. 3 000, Sh. 3 000, Sh. 3 000
    2. Sh. 5000, Sh. 2000, Sh. 2000
    3. Sh. 4000, Sh. 4000, Sh, 1 000
    4. Sh. 5 000, Sh. 2000, Sh. 1000,
  37. The area of a square piece of land is 5:7621 hectares. The land was fenced using live strands of wire. What is the length of wire used?
    1. 960m
    2. 3 600m
    3. 2400m
    4. 4800m
  38. The figure drawn below is a right angled triangular prism. 
    0201Math38
    What is its surface area?
    1. 3 600cm2
    2. 4140cm2
    3. 10800cm2
    4. 4800cm2
  39. At Father Joseph Ichuni girls, pupils choose their favourite games as follow
    0.2 chose volleyball. :
    0.3 chose football.
    0.3 of the remainder chosen
    The rest chose handball.
    Those who chose volleyball were 160, How many pupils chose handball
    1. 280
    2. 240
    3. 400
    4. 120
  40. The mass of an empty lorry is 4.32 tonnes. The lorry is loaded with 60-90kg bags of maize, 50-25kg of rice, 30-60kg bags and 50 bales of wheat flour each with 12 -2 kgs packets. What is the mass of the loaded lorry in kgs
    1. 9650kg
    2. 13 970kg
    3. 9654.32kg
    4. 12 970kg
  41. In the figure below line AB is parallel to line CD. Line EF is transversal.
    0201Math41
    Which of the following statement is true?
    1. Angle e = angle c
    2. Angle h + Angle b= 180° 
    3. Angle d is vertically opposite angle e
    4. Angle g + angle e = 180°
  42. Ole Kamano harvested 1 200 bags of wheat in the year 2020. This was 20% decrease from the year 2019. He later sold 80% of all the bags at Sh. 4200 per bag, How much money did he get?
    1. Sh.2160
    2. Sh. 9 072 000
    3. Sh. 4 032 000
    4. Sh. 11 340 000
  43. Hannah bought 50 pineapples at 72 and paid sh. 400 for transport. She sold all the pineapples at sh. 100. What percentage profit did she make?
    1. 25%
    2. 40%
    3. 10%
    4. 33 1/2%
  44. Osman had sh. m. Hassan had sh. 30 less than Osman while Abdi had half is much as the sum of Osman and Hassan. Which equation will represent this information if the total amount of mone3y was sh. 720? .
    1. 2m - 30 = 720
    2. 3m - 45 = 720
    3. 2m - 45 =- 720
    4. 4m - 60 = 720
  45. The table below shows the timetable for a bus in a certain route from Town A to town E.
    Town Arrival time Departure time
    A  ______  6:30 am
    B  8:20 am  8:35 am
    C  10:15 am  10:30 am
    D  12:10pm  12:35pm
    E  2:15 pm  

    If he drove at a speed of 90km/hr from town D to town E, what is the distance between the two towns?
    1. 90km
    2. 120km
    3. 180km 
    4. 150km
  46. Below is a net of a solid.
    0201Math46
    When folded which solid was formed?
    1. Rectangular pyramid
    2. Triangular prism
    3. Triangular pyramid
    4. Rectangular prism
  47. The table below shows the fare table to different towns.
    0201Math47
    Kamau, his wife and three sons travelled from town A to town E via town C. How much money did he pay if the children paid half the fare?
    1. Sh. 1 120
    2. Sh. 630
    3. Sh. 1 330
    4. Sh. 1 200
  48. The figure below shows a circle cut out from a square.
    0201Math48
    What is the area of the shaded part?
    1. 168cm2
    2. 784cm2
    3. 616cm2
    4. 308cm2
  49. A bus travelling at a speed of 90km/hr covered a distance in 6 hours. At what speed should it move to cover the same distance in 4 hours? 
    1. 120km/h
    2. 135km/h 
    3. 60km/h
    4. 90km/h
  50. The graph below shows the journey by Kipkewao travelling from town A to town B, a distance of 120km. After travelling for one hour, the vehicle got a puncture which took one hour to mend.
    0201Math50
    What was the average speed aftcr resuming thc journey?
    1. 30km/h
    2. 32km/h
    3. 24km/h
    4. 26 2/3 km/h

Marking Scheme

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

QUESTIONS

  1. During an Agricultural exhibition, farmers brought 742 different breeds of sheep. What is the total value of digit 7 in this number? 
    1. Hundreds 
    2. 700
    3. 740
    4. Thousands
  2. What is the place value of digit 9 in the number 96 401? 
    1. 96 400 
    2. 90 000 
    3. Tens of thousands 
    4. Thousands
  3. After winning in a drama festival, pupils were given nine thousand and fifty shillings. What is this amount in symbols?
    1. Sh. 9 005 
    2. Sh. 900.050 
    3. Sh. 90 005 
    4. Sh. 9 050
  4. What is 9 487 written in symbols? 
    1. Nine thousand, four hundred and eighty seven.
    2. Ninety thousand, four hundred and eighty seven. 
    3. Nine thousand, four hundred and eight seven. 
    4. Ninety thousand, four hundred and eight seven.
  5. Fourteen girls went to a boutique to buy some dresses. If each of them bought twelve dresses, how many dresses did they buy altogether? 
    1. 26 
    2. 168 
    3. 178 
    4. 158
  6. In the fraction 6/7, which number is denominator?
    1. 6
    2. 13
    3. 1
    4. 7.
  7. 90 seedlings were planted by learners in their nursery bed. If each learner planted 6 seedlings, how many were the learners?
    1. 84
    2. 15
    3. 96
    4. 546
  8. A pickup carried 6 430 packets of maize flour. In the pick-up were Jogoo packets and Jimbi packets. If Jogoo packets: were 2 766, how many Jimbi packets were there?
    1. 3 664 
    2. 2 664
    3. 3 674
    4. 3 764
  9. What is the next number in the pattern below? 816, 807, 797, 786, 774, 
    1. 709
    2. 761
    3. 699
    4. 753
  10. Which multiple of 7 is just before 84?
    1. 91
    2. 70
    3. 77
    4. 98
  11. Add: 536m + 499m
    1. 1 135m
    2. 1 025m
    3. 1 125m
    4. 1 035m
  12. Omwae's school is 210m away from the market. The market is 104m from Omwae's home. If Omwae walks from home to school and back, what distance does he cover?
    1. 314m
    2. 628m
    3. 324m
    4. 614m
  13. The distance from Moroto to Korogosho is 230m. As Njega was cycling from Moroto, his bicycle got a puncture after covering 190m. What was the remaining distance to Korogosho?
    1. 420m
    2. 419m
    3. 39m
    4. 40m
  14. When walking toward different directions, Asha covered a distance of 300m while Rama covered 230m. How many more metres did Asha cover than Rama?
    1. 70m
    2. 71m
    3. 530m
    4. 529m
  15. Three classmates Ali, Otas and Kipili have lockers which weigh 11kg each. What is the total mass of their lockers?
    1. 22kg .
    2. 30kg
    3. 44kg
    4. 33kg
  16. Mapunda's bull weighs 110kg while Mwang'ombe's donkey weighs 93kg. By how many kilograms is the bull heavier than the donkey?
    1. 17kg
    2. 7kg
    3. 203kg
    4. 213kg
  17. A container had 34 litres of paint. A painter used 8 litres to paint a school wall. How many litres of paint remained?
    1. 421
    2. 161 
    3. 261
    4. 431
  18. Some learners at Katikati primary school were asked to name some needs they new.
    Ajigo: carrots
    Mwashori: toys
    Jokopai: computer games
    Karani: balls
    Who was right?
    1. Mwishori 
    2. Ajigo
    3. Karani
    4. Jokopai
  19. Work out:
    Hours   Minutes
       8          10
      -2          20
    1. 6 hours 10 minutes 
    2. 6 hours 50 minutes
    3. 5 hours 50 minutes 
    4. 5 hours 80 minutes
  20. How many quarter litre containers are needed to fill a two litre container?
    1. 8
    2. 4
    3. 16
    4. 2
  21. Kibor and Chepng'eno had triangular cards like the ones shown below.
    1
    If they joined them at the points marked X, what was the shape of the bigger card? 
    1. Square. 
    2. Circle. 
    3. Oval. 
    4. Rectangle.
  22. A four sided figure with all the sides  equal is called 
    1. an oval. 
    2. a square. 
    3. a triangle: 
    4. a rectangle.
  23. The figure drawn below is called a
    2 
    1. circle.
    2. rectangle. 
    3. square. 
    4. triangle
  24. Which of the following patterns has been made using ovals?
    3
  25. A figure with three sides only is called
    1. an oval. 
    2. triangle. 
    3. square. 
    4. rectangle.
  26. What is the shape of your classroom door?
    1. Circle.
    2. Triangle. 
    3. Square. 
    4. Rectangle.

Use the illustration below to answer questions 27 to 30.
4

  1. How many circles can you see?
    1. One. 
    2. Two. 
    3. Four. 
    4. Three.
  2. Count the number of rectangles.
    1. Three.
    2. Four. 
    3. Two. 
    4. One.
  3. How many ovals are there?
    1. Two.
    2. One.
    3. Three. 
    4. Four.
  4. How many triangles can you see?
    1. Three. 
    2. Two. 
    3. Four. 
    4. One.

MARKING SCHEME

  1. B
  2. C
  3. D
  4. A
  5. B
  6. D
  7. B
  8. A
  9. B
  1. D
  2. B
  3. D
  4. A
  5. D
  6. A
  7. C
  8. B
  9. C
  10. A
  1. D
  2. B
  3. A
  4. A
  5. B
  6. D
  7. D
  8. C
  9. B
  1. What is the number 100093 written in words?
    1. One hundred and ninety three thousand.
    2. One hundred thousand and ninety three. 
    3. One million and ninety three.
    4. One thousand and ninety three.
  2. The population of four towns was recorded as 76 890, 23 908, 1700 and 6539 people respectively. What is the population of the four towns arranged in an ascending order?
    1. 76 890, 6539, 23 908, 1700 
    2. 23 908, 6539, 76 890, 1700
    3. 1700, 23 908, 6539, 76 890
    4. 1700, 6539, 23 908, 76 890
  3. What is the place value of digit 3 in the number 79.130?
    1. Thousandths 
    2. Hundredths
    3. Tenths
    4. Tens
  4. Work out;    462 900
                    + 219 098  
                   __________
    1. 681 998
    2. 271 998
    3. 281 998
    4. 681 832 
  5. What is the G.C.D. of 12 and 18?
    1. 72
    2. 6
    3. 18
    4. 3
  6. What is the total value of digit 8 in the number 58 431?
    1. 800
    2. 80 600.
    3. Thousands
    4. 8000
  7. Round off 8962 to the nearest hundred
    1. 8900
    2. 9000
    3. 8800
    4. 8960 
  8. Work out: 651 x 37 =
    1. 11087
    2. 23081
    3. 23 087
    4. 24 087 
  9. How many hours are there in 200 minutes?
    1. 31/3 hrs
    2. 3½ minutes
    3. 23/2 hrs
    4. 3½ hrs
  10. Calculate the perimeter of the figure below
    G5ET2022MathQ10
    1. 120cm 
    2. 44cm
    3. 36cm 
    4. 28cm
  11. Which one of these figures shows a reflex angle?
    1. G5ET2022MathQ11a
    2. G5ET2022MathQ11b
    3. G5ET2022MathQ11c
    4. G5ET2022MathQ11d
  12. 875 textbooks were given to seven schools. If each school received an equal share, how many books were given to each school?
    1. 6 125
    2. 882
    3. 125
    4. 868 
  13. Subtract 356 from 100 000,
    1. 100 356
    2. 199 644
    3. 99 644
    4. 64 400
  14. Work out; 3/+ 1/2
    1. 11/8
    2. 2/3
    3. 3/8 
  15. Jane drove from Kisumu to Nairobi and back. The distance between the towns she passed through are shown in the following diagram. Calculate the distance she covered
           G5ET2022MathQ15
    1. 350km 
    2. 315km 
    3. 702km 
    4. 700km 
  16. What is the place value of digit 7 in the number 975 608?
    1. Ten thousands
    2. 7 500
    3. 7000
    4. 70 000 
  17. Kamau weighs 59km and Joyce weighs 63.5kg. What is the difference in their mass?
    1. 1.2kg 
    2. 8.0kg 
    3. 3.2kg 
    4. 4.5kg
  18. During Mwangi's birthday party 3/5 of his cake was eaten. What fraction of the cake was left?
    1. 1/5 
    2. 3/5 
    3. 1/10 
    4. 2/5 
  19. Karegi travelled for 5½ hours. For how many minutes did he travel?
    1. 330 min
    2. 330 hrs
    3. 30 min
    4. 300 min
  20. Wanja bought 40 oranges. She later found out that 1/8 of them were bad. How many oranges were good?
    1. 20
    2. 25
    3. 35
    4. 5
  21. Arrange the fractions in order from the largest to the smallest.
    5/61/33/45/8 
    1. 5/63/45/81/3
    2. 1/35/83/45/6
    3. 5/65/83/41/3
    4. 5/85/63/41/3
  22. What will be the time 30 minutes after time shown on the clock face below?
           G5ET2022MathQ22
    1. 12.15 
    2. 12.30
    3. 12.45
    4. 1.45 
  23. Susan carried 2kg of sugar and James carried 10kg of cotton. Who carried a heavier load? 
    1. Susan 
    2. James 
    3. Both
    4.  None 
  24. Find the area of the figure below
              G5ET2022MathQ24
    1. 800cm²
    2. 400cm²
    3. 60cm²
    4. 120cm²
  25. Work out: 519 x 823
    1. 6 747 
    2. 427137
    3. 53 457 
    4. 427 037 
  26. Find the volume of a cuboid measuring 5cm by 6cm by 4cm.
    1. 160cm3
    2. 15cm3 
    3. 30cm3
    4. 120cm3
  27. Add: 0.034 + 0.1 + 20 + 1.001 
    1. 3.1341
    2. 31.3411
    3. 30.001 
    4. 20.1341
      The table below shows the attendance of farmers of a meeting. Use it to answer questions 28 - 30
                                    G5ET2022MathQ27
  28. How many farmers attended the meeting on Monday.
    1. 55
    2. 45
    3. 40
    4. 50 
  29. How many farmers attended the meeting on Tuesday and Wednesday?
    1. 70
    2. 40
    3. 30
    4. 90 
  30. How many farmers attended the meeting for the whole week?
    1. 180
    2. 190
    3. 185
    4. 200

MARKING SCHEME

  1. B
  2. D
  3. B
  4. A
  5. B
  6. D
  7. B
  8. D
  9. A
  10. B
  11. C
  12. C
  13. C
  14. C
  15. D
  16. A
  17. D
  18. D
  19. A
  20. C
  21. A
  22. C
  23. B
  24. A
  25. B
  26. D
  27. D
  28. D
  29. A
  30. C

QUESTIONS

  1. What is six million three hundred and eight thousand four hundred and sixty eight in symbols? 
    1. 6308468 
    2. 6380468 
    3. 6308468 
    4. 6387468
  2. How many groups of fifties are there in the total value of digit 8 in the number 689 732? 
    1. 80000 
    2. 1600 
    3. 800 
    4. 16000
  3. What is 54.76832 rounded off to the nearest thousandths? 
    1. 54.769 
    2. 54.768 
    3. 54.770 
    4. 54.7680
  4. Jane expressed 0.16 as a percentage. What answer did she get?
    1. 0.61%
    2. 160%
    3. 1.6%
    4. 16%
  5. Convert 51/6, into a mixed number
    1.  81/2 
    2. 63/8
    3. 83/6
    4. 82/3
  6. A tailor made a mat which was in the shape of a square. The length of the mat was 1m 20cm. Find the perimeter of the mat. 
    1. 2m 40cm 
    2. 1m 20cm
    3. 14m 400cm
    4. 4m 80cm
  7. The following are equivalent fractions. Which digit is missing 4d7 = 28/49 
    1. 49 
    2. 32 
    3. 343
  8. Estimate the product of the following numbers by first rounding off each one of them to the nearest 100.
    384 x 51 
    1. 19 600 
    2. 30 000 
    3. 40 000 
    4. 19584
  9. The distance from Saumu's home to school is 1km 150m. She walks to school and goes back home daily. What distance does she cover from Tuesday to Friday? 
    1. 4km 600m 
    2. 5km 750m 
    3. 9km 200m 
    4. 11km 500m
  10. Find the area of the figure below
    d10
    1. 240cm2
    2. 3200cm2 
    3. 4000cm2 
    4. 4800cm2
  11. The rectangle below has a perimeter of 46m. The length is 15m. What is the width?
    d11
    1. 30m 
    2. 16m 
    3. 8m 
    4. 3m
  12. The area of a square garden is 4096m2. Calculate its perimeter 
    1. 256m 
    2. 1024m
    3. 128m 
    4. 64m
  13. What is the total value of digit 8 in the number 986425? 
    1. 80000 
    2. 8000
    3. 800 
    4. 8
  14. A bag weighs 102kg. How many tonnes will 120 such bags weigh?
    1. 12240
    2. 122.4 
    3. 12.24
    4. 1.224
  15. Work out; 2 x 18 + 7 =
    1. 252 
    2. 50 
    3. 43
    4. 27
  16. Work out; Sh         Cts
                     325        40
                   - 150        80
                                        
    1. sh 175   60 cts 
    2. Sh 174  60 cts 
    3. Sh 175  20cts
    4. Sh 476  20cts
  17. Round off 5612 to the nearest tens. 
    1. 5612
    2. 5600 
    3. 5610
    4. 5700
  18.  Arrange the fractions 3/4 , 7/11 , 5/6 and from the largest to the smallest. 
    1.  5/3/4 , 7/11
    2. 3/4 , 7/11 , 5/6
    3.  7/113/45/6
    4. 7/11 , 5/63/4 
  19. A section of a road is 14km 23m long. Part of the road 8km 30m long was tarmacked. What section of the road remained untarmacked? 
    1. 6km 13m 
    2. 5km 93m 
    3. 5km 993m 
    4. 5km 9993m
  20. Find the area of the figure below
    d20
    1. 37m2 
    2. 70m2
    3. 120m2
    4. 80m2
  21. The mass of three students was 37.34kg, 45.01kg and 52.26kg. What is the average mass of the three students? 
    1. 134.61kg 
    2. 44.87kg
    3. 403.83kg
    4. 67.305kg
  22. Work out; 0.87 +23.876 + 12 =
    1. 35.746
    2. 36.746
    3. 35.646
    4. 36.646
  23. Convert 456 metres into kilometres.
    1. 45600km 
    2. 456000km 
    3. 0.456km 
    4. 4.508km
  24. A tank had 2/3 litres of water. 3/5, litres were used for cleaning farm tools. How many litres of water remained in the tank? 
    1. 2/25 L
    2. 1/15 L
    3. 23/45
    4. 2/5 L
  25. What is the least number that can be divided by both 28 or 12 without a remainder?
    1. 48 
    2. 84 
    3. 36
  26. What are the first three common divisors of 12 and 16? 
    1. 1, 2, 4 
    2. 12, 16, 24 
    3. 12, 24, 32 
    4. 16, 32, 48
  27. What is the name of the angle drawn below?
    d27
    1. Right angle
    2. Acute angle
    3. Reflex angle
    4. Obtuse angle
  28. Amos had 50 marbles. He gave Ann 26 marbles. Calculate the percentage of the marbles that he remained with? 
    1. 48% 
    2. 52% 
    3. 24% 
    4. 62%
  29. Jael a grade five pupil worked out the value of X in the equation below. Which answer did she get if she worked it out correctly? 4x + 2 = 10 
    1. 12
  30. Find the square root of 71/9
    1. 4/9
    2. 35/9
    3. 5046/81
    4. 22/3

MARKING SCHEME

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QUESTIONS

  1. What is the place value of 9 in 1928 (1mk)
  2. Write the total value of each of the digit below (4mks)
    9 - 
    5 - 
    4 - 
    8 - 
  3. Write in words 4004 (1mk)
  4. Round off the numbers below to the nearest ten. (3mks)
    1. 998 -
    2. 269 -
    3. 141 -
  5. Add by breaking apart (4mks)
    1. 14 + 9=
    2. 25 + 7 =
  6. Divide using repeated subtraction. (4mks)
    1. 36 ÷ 9=
    2. 24 + 8 =
  7. Write the numbers below from the largest to the smallest (2mks)
    485, 854, 458, 584, 845, 548 (1mk)

  8. 1(2mks)
    6 x ___ =___ +___ +___ +___ +___ = ___
  9. Write two pairs of factors of 14. (2mks)
  10. List all the divisors of 10 (1mk)
  11. Represent the following in an abacus.
    3,504 (1mk)
  12. Subtract 49 from 344 (1mk)
  13. Write the next multiple of 7 after 49 (1mk)
  14. Complete the pattern (1mk)
    1,3,9, 27,___
  15. Circle all the odd numbers (1mk)
    40, 47, 49, 54, 63,50, 29
  16. Write the number 8 in roman numbers.(1mk)
  17. Work out (2mks)
    1. ___ x 5 = 25
    2. 30 ÷ ___ =6
  18. How many legs do 9 dogs have? (1mk)
  19. Shade the fractions below (2mks)
    1. ½
      2
    2. 1/
      3
  20. Add 9872 and 114 1mk)

MEASUREMENT

  1. How many days are there in 4 weeks? (1mk)
  2. Juma bought 623kg of sugar while Musa bought 529kg of sugar. How much sugar did they buy altogether. (2mks)
  3. What is the time? (2mks)
    4
  4. Work out (2mks)
    1.   Sh Cts
        2   32
      +1   40
    2. Sh Cts
      15  50
      -8   35 
  5. Convert 2 hours 30 minutes into minutes (1mk)
    Price list
    5
  6. Jane bought 2 loaves of bread and one packet of milk. How much did she pay for the items? (1mk)
  7. Moran gave out sh 100 after buying a bar of soap. How much balance did she get?(1mk)
  8. How much is the price of two packet of milk? (1mk)

GEOMETRY

  1. Count the shapes (4mks)
    6
    1. Rectangles
    2. Squres
    3. Circles
    4. Triangles

MARKING SCHEME

  1. hundreds
  2. 9-9000
    5-500
    4-40
    8-8
  3. four thousand and 4
  4.    
    1. 1000
    2. 270
    3. 140
  5. 14 + 6 + 3
    20 + 3
    = 23
  6.    
    1. 4
    2. 3
  7. 854, 845, 584, 548, 485, 458
  8. 6 x 5 = 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 = 30
  9.    
    1. 7 and 2
    2. 1 and 14
  10. 2, 5, 10
  1.   
    7
  2. 295
  3. 56
  4. 81
  5. 47, 49, 63, 29
  6. viii
  7.    
    1. 5
    2. 5
  8. 36 legs
  9.   
    8
  10. 9,986
  1. 28
  2. 1152kg
  3.    
    1. quarter past one
    2. half past 7
  4.    
    1. 3   72
    2. 7   15
  5. 150mins
  6. sh185
  7. sh60
  8. sh130
  9.        
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 2
    4. 1

QUESTIONS

  1. A Grade 6 girl added seven thousand, eight hundred and ninety six to nine thousand five hundred and seventy nine. What was her answer?
    1. 1 683
    2. 17 475
    3. 1 680 
    4. 17 465
  2. In the number 879 350, which digit is in the hundreds of thousands place value?
    1. Nine.
    2. Three.
    3. Seven. 
    4. Eight.
  3. In a game reserve, the number of wildebeests was 9 026. What is the total value of the underlined digit in the number? 
    1. Hundreds 
    2. 0
    3. 20
    4. 90
  4. Work out: √961
    1. 31
    2. 14
    3. 13
    4. 26
  5. A group of learners visited a farm near their school. The farmer gave them 1 080kg of animal feed to share equally among 120 cows. How many kilograms did each cow get? 
    1. 11
    2. 8
    3. 9
    4. 7
  6. Work out:
    36 + 12 ÷ 3 - 2 x 11
    1. 23
    2. 14
    3. 81
    4. 18
  7. During a Home Science lesson, a Grade 6 learner mixed 31/5, litres of milk with 62/3, litres of water to prepare tea. What was the total mixture?
    1. 915/17
    2. 912/13
    3. 913/15
    4. 911/15
  8. Express 3/5 as a decimal. 
    1. 3.5
    2. 0.6 
    3. 5:3
    4. 6.0
  9. Milimani Primary School has 566 learners. If each learner brought 11 seedlings for a county project, how many seedlings were brought altogether?
    1. 577 
    2. 6 262 
    3. 6 226
    4. 2 662
  10. A school fenced its compound using 6 504 posts. What is the number of posts rounded off to the nearest thousand? 
    1. 6 000 
    2. 6 500 
    3. 7 500 
    4. 7 000
  11. Find the volume of a cube whose length is 9cm.
    1. 81cm3
    2. 27cm3 
    3. 729cm3
    4. 719cm3
  12. Sammy had a 38 000cm long rope. What is the length of the rope in metres?
    1. 380m
    2. 3 800m
    3. 38m 
    4. 3.8m
  13. One side of a square table mat measures 35cm. Work out the area of the table mat.
    1. 140 cm2
    2. 1 225 cm2
    3. 70 cm2
    4. 1 215 cm2
  14. How many half kilograms are there in 12kg?
    1. 6
    2. 10 
    3. 48
    4. 24
  15. Work out:
    Minutes Seconds
        17          26
        -8           45
                              
    1. 8 minutes    41 seconds 
    2. 9 minutes    41 seconds 
    3. 8 minutes    81 seconds 
    4. 9 minutes    81 seconds 
  16. After a. athletic competition, 56 litres of Juice was prepared for de athletes. If they drank 39 litres of the juice, how much juice remained in millilitres?
    1. 17 ml
    2. 170 ml
    3. 17 000 ml
    4. 1 700 ml
  17. What is the value of
    7√ 15km 400m?
    1. 1km 200m
    2. 2km 200m
    3. 2km 100m
    4. 1km 100m
  18. The distance round a piece of land is 2km 670m. A farmer went fuur die land two times. What distance did he cover?
    1. 4km 1 340m
    2. 5km 340m
    3. 4km 340m
    4. 1km 340m
  19. During Corona virus pandemic, a hotel keeper filled 3 drums with hand washing sanitizer. Each drum had 53 litres 200ml. How much sanitizer was this altogether?
    1. 158L 500ml
    2. 159L 600ml
    3. 158L 1 600ml
    4. 159L 1 500ml
  20. Munaa weighs 26kg while Kanaa weighs 23kg. What is the difference of their masses in grams?
    1. 49kg
    2. 49 000g
    3. 3g
    4. 3 000g
  21. Mr Hisabati drew an angle like the one shown below.
    d21
    What is the name of the angle?
    1. Obtuse angle. 
    2. Reflex angle.
    3. Acute angle.
    4. Right angle.
  22. Lemayian drew a figure like the one below on a flash card.
    d22
    What did Lemayian draw? 
    1. Perpendicular lines. 
    2. Parallel lines. 
    3. Vertical lines 
    4. Horizontal lines.
  23. Which one of the following statements is true? 
    1. A right angle is greater than an obtuse angle. 
    2. An obtuse angle is smaller than a reflex angle. 
    3. An acute angle is equal to 90º
    4. A right angle is smaller than an acute angle.
  24. Boyeta had g toy cars. He was given 3 more by his uncle. He now had a total of 5 toy cars. How many toy cars did he have before? 
    1. 1
    2. 8
    3. 2
  25. There are b cartons in a store. Each carton has 4 pawpaws. If all the pawpaws are 16, which one of the following equations represents this information? 
    1. 16-4=b 
    2. 4x b= 16
    3. 4 + 16 = b 
    4. b-4 = 16
  26. There are x male teachers in a school.The total number of male and female teachers is 17. How many female teachers are there? 
    1. 17x
    2. x+17 
    3. 17- x
    4. 34 - x 

The table below shows the number of patients who visited Tibapoa dispensary for Covid-19 vaccination

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  1. How many children were taken to the hospital on Wednesday? 
    1. 56
    2. 19
    3. 12
    4. 30
  2. How many more men than women were in the facility on Friday?
    1. 44
    2. 29
    3. 25
    4. 15
  3. On which day was the number of men least?
    1. Thursday
    2. Wednesday
    3. Friday
    4. Monday
  4. How many children were taken to the hospital that week?
    1. 193
    2. 194
    3. 121
    4. 508

 MARKING SCHEME

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Questions

  1. What is 7,090.528 written in word?
    1. Seven million ninety thousand five hundred and twenty eighty.
    2. Seventy million ninety thousand five hundred and twenty eight.
    3. Seven million nine hundred thousand five hundred and twenty eight.
    4. Seven hundred and ninety thousand five hundred and twenty eight.
  2. What is the value of (882-966 ÷23)/(12 x 14)?
    1. 60
    2. 70 
    3. 50
    4. 5
  3. What is the value of (1/4 of 7/10- 1/8)/(1/4+1/5÷2/5)
    1. 15 
    2. 1/5
    3. 1/15
    4. 1/20
  4. What is the value of 0.4 of 2.4 +3.6 - 12 -0.8?
    1. 0.46
    2. 4.6
    3. 46
    4. 460
  5. What is 36899.99 rounded off to the nearest one decimal place?
    1. 36899.0
    2. 36900.00
    3. 36900.0
    4. 36899.9
  6. In the figure ABC below what is the size of the reflex angle formed?
    0401Math6
    1. 90° 
    2. 180°
    3. 270°
    4. 360°
  7. What is the difference in the square root of 36/25, and the square of 2/5,?
    1. 1 16/25
    2. 115/25
    3. 22/5
    4. 1
  8. The table below show the prices of food at Mama Chai Hotel
      Ugali Mchele Chapati Chips
    Beef  120  140  100  200
    Fish  180  220  160  240
    Sukuma  80  100  70  150
    A group of eight people went to the hotel for lunch Two ate ugali samaki.
    Two ate chips beef.
    Three ate ugali sukuma.
    The last one ate mchele beef.
    How much money did they pay for lunch?
    1. Shs 960
    2. Shs 1140
    3. Shs 1200
    4. Shs 800
  9. What is the simplest form
    4(3x - 2y + 2) + 2(2y - 2x +2)
    1. 165 + 12
    2. 8x+12y + 12
    3. 16x + 12y +12
    4. 8x - 4y +12
  10. The fractions3/7, 5/8 , 1/2 , 2/5 are to be arranged from the largest to the smallest. Which one is the correct order?
    1. 5/8,1/2 , 3/7,2/5
    2. 2/5,3/7 , 1/2,5/6
    3. 3/7,2/5 , 1/2,5/8
    4. 5/8,3/7 , 2/5,1/2
  11. Omwani piece of land is in a shape of a Trapezium as shown below.
    0401Math11
    What is the area of the land in hectares?
    1. 0.96 ha 
    2. 9.6 ha
    3. 96 ha
    4. 960 ha
  12. A rectangular piece of land measure 140m by 80m. The land is to be fenced using five strands of wire leaving a gate of Sm. What is the length of the wire used?
    1. 2200m
    2. 440m
    3. 435m
    4. 2175m
  13. What is the next number in the pattern 3,4,8,17, 33
    1. 53
    2. 58
    3. 63
    4. 51
  14. What is the value (y+5)/3 = (y-3)/2
    1. 1
    2. 19
    3. 5
  15. Construct triangle XYZ in which line XY =7cm, YZ =5.5cm and XZ=5cm. Draw a circle that passes through the vertices XYZ of the triangle What is the diameter of the circle?
    1. 7cm 
    2. 3.5cm
    3. 2.6cm
    4. 5.2cm
  16. The marked price of a T.V set is Sh 25000. The hire purchase price is 20% more than the marked price. A deposit of shs 6000 is paid and the rest paid in 12 equal monthly instalments. How much was each instalment?
    1. Shs 30 000
    2. Shs 2 500
    3. Shs 2 000 
    4. Shs 24 000
  17. How many days were there between 25th January to 1" April year 2020?
    1. 65
    2. 66
    3. 67
    4. 68
  18. The mass of an empty carton is 0.25kg. It was packed with books until it weighed 17.75kg. If the mass of one book is 350g how many books were packed in three such cartons?
    1. 150
    2. 50
    3. 6
    4. 183
  19. An agent sold a car for Sh. 250000 and was paid a commission of Sh. 10,000. What was his percentage commission?
    1. 4%
    2. 4 1/6
    3. 96% 
    4. 2 1/12
  20. The table below shows the arrival and departure time for a bus from town A to town E.
     Town   Arrival   Departure 
      A  _____  8:00am
      B  9:45am   10:00am
      C  11:20am  1:05pm
      D  1:05pm  1:55pm
      E  3:20pm  
    How long did it take the bus to travel from town B to town D?
    1. 1 hr 5 min
    2. 3 hrs 35 min
    3. 3 hrs 20 min
    4. 3 hrs 5 min
  21. What is the capacity in litres of a tank that measures 1.2m long 0.8m wide and 0.75m high?
    1. 0.721
    2. 7.27
    3. 721
    4. 7201
  22. The mean of five numbers is 13. Four of the numbers are 16, 12, 11 and 15. What is the median number?
    1. 11
    2. 13
    3. 12
    4. 15
  23. The bus fare increased from shs 500 to shs 600. What was the percentage increase?
    1. 25%
    2. 10% 
    3. 20%
    4. 15%
  24. In the triangle PQR drawn below, construct a perpendicular from point to meet line PQ at point X
    0401Math24
    What is the length of the line XQ?
    1. 4cm
    2. 5cm
    3. 6cm
    4. 10cm
  25. The area of the curved surface of a cylinder 2640cm?. If the height is 20cm, what is the radius of the cylinder?
    1. 42cm
    2. 21cm
    3. 14cm
    4. 7cm
  26. The cylinder below has a circumference of 28m. Calculate its surface area when opened
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    1. 5632
    2. 5016
    3. 4400
    4. 301800
  27. What is the value of 21y - 12 < 36 + 13y?
    1. y<8 
    2. y<6
    3. y<3
    4. y<4
  28. In the figure below triangle ABE is an Isosceles triangle and BCDE is a parallelogram?
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    What is the size of angle AED?
    1. 63°
    2. 126 °
    3. 117°
    4. 73°
  29. Karanja left Nyeri for Sagana at 11:46 am and drove at a speed of 90km/h. He drove a distance of 60km, at what time did he get at Sagana?
    1. 3:26pm 
    2. 1:26pm
    3. 2.26pm
    4. 12:26pm
  30. Jack and Joel shared some money in the ratio 3:4. If Jack got sh 2800 less than Joel, how much did Joel get?
    1. Sh. 8400
    2. Sh. 8 600
    3. Sh. 19 600
    4. Sh. 11 200
  31. At Ole Muyaa's Farm there are 1200 animals of these 5/12 are sheep, goats are 3/4 of the remainder and the rest were cows. How many cows are there?
    1. 425
    2. 175
    3. 500 
    4. 900
  32. Ochieng piece of land is in a shape of a rectangle. If the diagonal measures 260m and the width is 100m, what is the area of the land in square metres?
    1. 12000m2
    2. 24000m2
    3. 13000m2
    4. 26000m2
  33. The following are characteristics of a quadrilateral
    1. Has all sides equal
    2. Diagonals bisect at right angle.
    3. Two pairs of parallel lines.
    4. Diagonals are equal
      The quadrilateral described above is
      1. Rhombus
      2. Parallelogram
      3. Trapezium 
      4. Square
  34. A bus reached its destination at 0635 hrs on Tuesday. After travelling for 15hrs 25 mins At what day and time had the bus started the journey?
    1. Sunday 3:10pm
    2. Monday 3:10pm
    3. Tuesday 3:10am
    4. Monday 3:10am
  35. Keziah had shs.m. Carol had shs 30 less than Keziah while Tracy had half as much as the sum of Keziah and Carol. Which equation represent the information if the total amount of money was shs 360?
    1. 2m-30 = 360
    2. 2m -54 =260
    3. 3m-45=360
    4. 4 -60 = 360
  36. It takes 12 days for 6 men to do a certain job. How many more men are required to do the job in 8 days?
    1. 9
    2. 3
    3. 15
    4. 12
  37. During a birthday party people chose their favourite meat as follows. 0.15 chose beef 0.2 chose fish 0.3 chose chicken. The rest chose mbuzi. If those who chose fish were 80, how many chose mbuzi?
    1. 140
    2. 120
    3. 400
    4. 60
  38. The diagram below represents a wedge
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    What is its total surface area in cm2
    1. 48
    2. 108
    3. 76
    4. 68
  39. A rectangular piece of land is drawn to scale 1:30,000.If the drawing measures 5cm long and 3cm wide, what is the area in hectares?
    1. 13.5 hectares
    2. 135 hectares
    3. 1350 hectares
    4. 13 500 hectares.
  40. In a function the number of women was thrice that of men. The number of children is twice the total number of men and women. The number of men attendants was 630. How many more children than women attended the function?
    1. 3150
    2. 2520
    3. 5040
    4. 1890
  41. Ntapaiya paid sh 25 500 for an item after getting 15% discount. How much more would he have paid if he was given 12% discount?
    1. Shs. 900
    2. Shs. 3 600
    3. Shs. 30 000
    4. Shs. 26400
  42. Daniel borrowed shs 50 000. After two years he paid a total of shs 60 000. At what rate per annum did the money earn simple interest?
    1. 5%
    2. 10%
    3. 20%
    4. 25%
  43. The hire purchase price of an item includes a deposit of sh 13 000 and seven cqual monthly instalments of shs 5000. If this is 20% more than the marked price, how much is the marked price?
    1. Shs. 8 000
    2. Shs. 48000
    3. Shs. 40 000
    4. Shs. 38 400
  44. Robert bought a piece of land for shs 2 million. He subdivided it into 8 equal plots selling each plot at shs 400 000. What percentage profit did he make?
    1. 80%
    2. 40%
    3. 20%
    4. 60%
  45. Kamagui bought the following items from a shop:
    2 - 2kg packets of unga @120 per packet
    3kg rice @sh 110 per kg
    2 1/2 litres of milk of shs 50 per half litre.
    3 litres cooking oil @shs 140 per litre
    3kg ndengu @ sh 160 per kg
    How much balance did he get if he paid using 2 - 1000 shilling notes?
    1. Shs 280
    2. Shs 1 720
    3. Shs 180 
    4. Shs I 820
  46. What is the square root of 0.0676?
    1. 0.026 
    2. 0.26
    3. 2.6
    4. 26
  47. What is the value of (3X-3)/4-6 = 0
    1. 6
    2. 9
    3. 4
    4. 3
  48. A square plot has an area of 0.64 hectares. What is twice its perimeter?
    1. 320
    2. 640
    3. 80
    4. 160
  49. Which of the following is the next shape in the pattern?
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  50. The graph below shows the journey by Omolo from Kisumu to Unguja a distance of 120km. After travelling for 30km, he rested for half an hour and then continued with the journey arriving at 5:00pm.
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    What was his speed after the rest?
    1. 13 km/h
    2. 15km/h
    3. 30km/h
    4. 18km/h

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