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# Mathematics Questions and Answers - Grade 4 Opener Exams Term 1 2023 Set 2

## MATHEMATICS

1. A team was awarded 560 balls. What is this number in words?
1. Five sixty.
2. Five hundred and six.
3.  Fifty six zero.est A F
4. Five hundred and sixty.
2. Grade 4 learners were to rearrange some numbers from the largest to the smallest. Which of the following numbers are correctly arranged?
1. 125, 29, 208, 187,710
2. 710, 208, 187, 125, 29
3. 125, 187, 29, 187,710
4. 29,125,187, 208, 710
3. Tim recorded his weather changes for the month of April and November. How many days did he record altogether?
1. 30
2. 31
3. 62
4. 60
4. A school has a population of 458 pupils. Which one of the following shows the place value of each digit?
5. Janet made the pattern below in a skipping game. Which number will she skip to next? 102, 107, 112..
1. 115
2. 117
3. 120
4. 119
6. Kamau bought 495 bags of maize. He later bought 10 more bags. How many bags did he have altogether?
1. 500
2. 485
3. 505
4. 495
7. John had 126 bricks. He sold 35 bricks.. How many bricks remained?
1. 91
2. 251
3. 51
4. 151
8. Albert bought 45 books in a book. He packed them in boxes. How many books were in each box?
1. 54
2. 36
3. 5
4. 6
9. John had 6 litres of milk. He used 4 litres to make tea. How many litres did he remain with?
1. 10L
2. 2L
3. 5L
4. 4L
10. Precious was sent to the market with sh. 200. She bought tomatoes for sh. 80. How much change did she remain with?
1. Sh. 280
2. Sh. 120
3. Sh. 100.
4. Sh. 20
11. Mark walked from the staffroom to the class covering a distance of 12 metres. He then went to the dining hall a distance of 6 metres. What is the total length he walked?
1. 14m
2. 6m
3. 18m
4. 4cm
12. A teacher displayed the clock face below. What is the time in the morning?
1. 1:10am
2. 10:05 am
3. 10:01am
4. 10:10am
13. A teacher wrote the following: sum on the chalkboard. Fill in the missing number.
1. 24
2. 26
3. 33
4. 36
14. Suku eats 5 eggs in a day. How many eggs does he eat in 10 days?
1. 15
2. 510
3. 50
4. 5
15. Lucy had a piece of sugarcane. She shared it equally among 4 friends. What fraction of the sugarcane did each friend get?
1. 4
2. 1/4
3. 1
4. /2
16. Paul drew a figure with four equal sides. Which figure did he draw?
1. Rectangle
2. Triangle
3. Oval
4. Square
17. A bus took 8 hours 35 minutes to move from Kisumu to Nairobi. The bus then took another 1 hour 21 minutes to move from Nairobi to Machakos. How long was the whole journey?
1. 9hrs 56 mins
2. 9hrs 6mins
3. 10hrs 06mins
4. 7hrs 24mins
18. Purity had 3 flash cards. She divided each flash card into four equal parts. How many equal pieces did she have altogether?
1. 12
2. 4
3. 7
4. 15
19. John drew a triangle strip and shaded an eighth. Which one correctly shows an eighth?
20. Alex had a certain number of pencils. She shared them among his seven children. If each child got 3 pencils, how many pencils did Alex have before?
1. 14
2. 12
3. 15
4. 21
21. A teacher brought 35 mangoes. He shared them equally among 4 boys. How many mangoes did he remain with?"
1. 3
2. 2
3. 8
4. 31
22. Juma wrote numbers between 56 and 64. Which one of the following numbers is not part of the pattern?
1. 54
2. 63
3. 58
4. 60
23. Linda's farm has 234 avocado seedlings, and 102 orange seedlings. How many seedlings are on the farm?
1. 132
2. 136
3. 336
4. 332
24. A posho mill produces 19 kilograms of maize flour and 21 kilograms of millet flour. How many kilograms does it produce altogether?
1. 2kg
2. 39kg
3. 41kg
4. 40kg
25. Triza reads 34 pages of her favourite storybook on Monday, 23pages on Tuesday and 11pages on Wednesday. How many pages did she read for the three days?
1. 68
2. 57
3. 34
4. 35
26. A screen showed number 102.

Which of these numbers comes before this number?
1. 100
2. 101
3. 103
4. 104
27. Kim was weighing various masses of items in his store.

If he was using Ikilogram of sand soil as his unit measure, which of these masses is equal to the unit he is using?
1. 2 kilograms of flour.
2. 3 kilograms of feathers.
3. 1 kilogram of cotton.
4. Zero kilograms of sugar.
28. Chacha had 4 loaves of bread. He shared half of the loaves he had to his friends. How many loaves did he remain with?
1. 4 loaves
2. 2 loaves
3. 1 loave
4. 8 loaves
1. 28
2. 4
3. 18
4. 38
30. The number of pens in a box were 24. If 13 were removed, how many pens remained?
1. 37
2. 21
3. 11
4. 10

MATHS

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