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# Mathematics Questions and Answers - Grade 4 End of Term 3 November 2022 Exams Set 1

### QUESTIONS

1. Read and write the following number in words;
4 tens 0 thousands 8 hundreds 0 tens 8 ones
1. Four thousand eight hundred and eight
2. Forty thousand eight hundred and eighty
3. Forty thousand eight hundred and eight
4. Forty ten thousands eight hundred and eight
2. Which of the following numbers decreases by 100?
1. 4325, 4225, 4125, 4100
2. 3379, 3279, 3109, 3009
3. 5555, 5455, 5355, 5205
4. 7315, 7215, 7115, 7015
3. During a test five learners scored marks as follows:
Allan - 385
Mercy - 407
Tony - 390
Patrick - 431
Stella - 415
What was the difference between the first and the last pupil?
1. 30
2. 23
3. 46
4. 24
4. Griffin bought a bag for sh 799. What was the price of the bag rounded off to the nearest ten.
1. 790
2. 800
3. 810
4. 700
5. A shopkeeper sells plates in groups of six. Which of the following number of spoons can be arranged in groups of 6?
1. 63
2. 72
3. 56
4. 76
6. Write the next number in the pattern;
47, 44, 39, 32,.......
1. 23
2. 30
3. 27
4. 29
7. A trader bought two trays of eggs each containing 30 eggs. He sold 13 eggs. How many eggs remained?
1. 37
2. 17
3. 47
4. 57
8. A factory processes 10000 packets of milk daily. A trader bought 7345 packets. How many packets remained?
1. 3345.
2. 2655
3. 3655
4. 2654
9. The triangular shape below was made using pieces of metal bars.

What was the total length of the metal bars in metres and centimeres?
1. 2 m 2 cm
2. 20 m 20 cm
3. 2 m
4. 2m 20 cm
10. Kerubo bought twelve quarter kg of beans. How many kg of beans did she buy?
1. 31
2. 48
3. 6
4. 24
11. Calculate the volume of the given cubes.
1. 120
2. 180
3. 150
4. 100
12. Write the place value of digit 8 in the number 53.08.
1. Hundredths
2. Oneth
3. Tenths
4. Hundreds
13. Arrange the decimal numbers from the largest to the smallest.
2.02, 2.20, 2.0, 0.22
1. 0.22, 2.0, 2.02, 2.20
2. 2.20, 2.0, 0.22, 0.22
3. 0.22, 2.02, 2.0, 2.20
4. 2.20, 2.02, 2.0, 0.22
14. Calculate the distance round the figure.

1. 60 cm
2. 95 cm
3. 120 cm
4. 240 cm
15. Work out;

1. 1m 74 cm
2. 10 m 74 cm
3. 10 m 14 cm
4. 13 m 14 cm
16. Grade Four pupils at Utugi Primary school used a manilla paper to make a model of a shape which would form a box. They made a box which had six equal square faces. The learners made a model of a
1. cuboid
2. square
3. cylinder
4. cube
17. A family uses two half litre packets of milk daily. How many litres of milk will the family use in 10 days?
1. 5
2. 20
3. 10
4. 12
18. A school PTA meeting took 220 minutes. How many hours and minutes did it take?
1. 2 h 20 min
2. 3h 40 min
3. 9h 4 min
4. 3h 20 min
19. Which of the following statements is false?
1. A square has four lines of symmetry
2. A rectangle has two lines of symmetry
3. A rectangle has two opposite sides equal
4. A square has two lines of symmetry
20. Alvin has eight rabbits. He sold each rabbit for sh 4t. How much money did he get altogether?
1. Sh 12t
2. Sh 84t
3. Sh 32t
4. Sh 64t
21. Identify the obtuse angle in the diagram below.

1. D
2. C
3. A
4. B
22. Simplify the expression;
9g - 5g + g
1. 15g
2. 78
3. 4g
4. 5g
23. Grade 4 learners at Highridge Academy used a clock to learn about clockwise and anticlockwise turs. Who among the following made quarter turn anticlockwise?
24. A family went for a holiday for 240 hours. For how many days was the holiday?
1. 10
2. 24
3. 6
25. A pencil cost sh 12.50. What is the cost of 5 such pencils altogether?
1. Sh 50 250 cts
2. Sh 62 50 cts
3. Sh 625
4. Sh 60 50 cts
26. Convert 20/9 into a mixed fraction;
1. 32/9
2. 11/9
3. 22/9
4. 22/3
27. Six rubbers cost sh 54. What is the cost of each rubber?
1. Sh 7
2. Sh 9
3. Sh 5
4. Sh 8
28. Fill in the missing numbers in the table.

1. T-6, W-56
2. W = 72, T-54
3. W = 56. T-72
4. T = 72. W = 54
29. Kenya Red Cross donated 75 bags of rice each 50 kg to a family in one village. How many kg of rice did the family get altogether?
1. 3500
2. 3750
3. 3755
4. 3850
30. A green grocer recorded fruits as follows during a day's sales,

Which fruits were recorded the same number on that day?
1. Oranges and bananas
3. Mangoes and apples
4. Bananas and mangoes