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# Mathematical Activities Questions and Answers - Grade 4 Opener Exam Term 1 2022

MATHEMATICAL ACTIVITIES

## Questions

SECTION A: NUMBERS

1. A teacher had 48 pencils. He shared them among 8 boys. How many pencils did each boy get? ___________
2.  A pupil had 5 packets of apples. In each packet there were 6 apples .How many apples were in the packets altogether? _______________
3.  Share 40 books among 4 boys. Each gets _______________
4. A farmer bought 421 kg of maize. She gave out 119 kg to a children’s home . How many kilograms was he left with? ______________
5.  What is the sum of 89 and 98 = __________
7. Arrange from the smallest to the largest
196, 584, 696, 169, 485, 854, 966
______________________________________
8. A sack had two hundred and forty eight cabbages. One hundred and fifty seven cabbages were removed from the sack. How many cabbages remained? ____________
9. 200 hundred shillings notes = ___________ 50 shillings notes

Below are prices of some items. Use it to answer the questions below.
Pencil sh 5
Exercise book sh 25
Ruler sh 17
Sharpener sh 26
10. Ruth bought 2 rulers and and a sharpener. How much did she spend? ____________
11. Mary bought 3 Exercise books. How much did she give to the shopkeeper?____________
12. Tom bought a ruler and a sharpener. He gave the shopkeeper one hundred shillings note.
What balance did the shopkeeper give to Tom? ____________
13. What is the cost of all the items in the price list? ________________
14.  100
- 56
_____________
15.   209
-156
_____________

16.   763
- 349

17. ¼ of 24 mangoes is _____________ mangoes.
18. Which one has more?
½ of 14 or ¼ of 16
19. Ruth had 10 apples. She gave ½ of them to her friend Mary. How many apples did Ruth give Mary ? _________________________
Multiply
20. 8 x 9 =
21. 10 x 3 =
22. 7 x 6 =
23. 5 + 5 + 5 + 5 = _______× ________ = ________

SECTION B :GEOMETRY

1. Draw and color a square
2. Use these shapes to make a pattern

GUIDELINE

• The learner must show their working.
• The learner to do the assessment at their own phase.

## Marking Scheme

1. 6
2. 30
3. 10
4. 302
5. 187
6.
7. 169, 196, 485, 584, 696, 854, 966
8. 248 -157 = 91
9. 4  - 50 shillingnotess
10. 50
11. 75
12. 57
13. 73
14. 44
15. 414
16. 53
17. 6
18. 1/2 of 14
19. 5
20. 72
21. 30
22. 42
23. 5x4=20
24. Student should draw a square
25. Student should be able to receate a pattern using the shapes