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# Mathematics Questions and Answers - Grade 4 Opener Exams Term 1 2023 Set 3

QUESTIONS

1. There were nine thousand, nine hundred and ninety people in a meeting. What is the number of people in symbols?
1. 9000990
2. 9990
3. 9999
4. 90999
2. There were 3645 antelopes in a park. What is the place value of digit 3?
1. Thousands
2. Hundreds
3. Tens
4. Ones
3. In a test, five learners had their scores as follows:
Jane - 386
Peris - 412
Kamau - 400
Akello - 299
Dennis - 397
Dennis was the ___________________ position
1. first
2. second
3. third
4. fifth
4. In a farm, a farmer has 26301 pigs. What is the total value of digit 6 in the number of pigs?
1. 6000
2. Thousands
3. 600
4. Hundreds
5. Mary bought a bag for sh.350 and a pair of shoes for sh. 70. How much did she pay?
1. sh. 280
2. sh. 320
3. sh. 380
4. sh. 420
6. Tom stayed at his uncle's place for 9 weeks. How many days are these?
1. 54
2. 63
3. 90
4. 16
7. 32 ÷ 8 = 8 x _____ = 32
1. 3
2. 5
3. 4
4. 6
8. A trader had 380 eggs. He sold 150 of them. How many eggs remained?
1. 230
2. 330
3. 130
4. 530
9. What is the time? 1. Six o'clock
2. Quarter to six o'clock
3. Half past nine o'clock
4. Quarter past five o'clock
10. We sell or buy milk in
1. kilograms
2. metres
3. litres
4. kilometres
11. Name the shapes below A B C A. oval rectangle circle B. circle square oval C. circle rectangle oval D. circle triangle oval
12. In a national park there were 362 lions, 652 warthogs, 403 hyenas and 215 antelopes. Arrange their numbers from the smallest to the largest.
1. 652, 403, 215, 362
2. 215, 362, 403, 652
3. 362, 652, 403, 215
4. 652, 403, 362, 215
13. Take away 48 from 372 =
1. 324
2. 334
3. 420
4. 336
14. Multiply: 9 x0 =
1. 9
2. 0
3. 90
4. 900
15. A 500 shilling note is equal to ______________________ one hundred shilling notes.
1. 5000
2. 500
3. 50
4. 5
16.    H          Min
23          43
−10          27

1. 13hr 24 min
2. 34hr 10 min
3. 13hr 16 min
4. 33hr 70 min
17. An eighth of 24 is
1. 12
2. 8
3. 4
4. 3
18. Write the number shown in the abacus 1. 649
2. 469
3. 946
4. 648
19. Sasha had 30 sweets. She shared the sweets equally among her 6 friends. How many sweets did each of them get?
1.  24
2. 5
3. 6
4. 36
20. Which one is heavier, 5kg of sand or 5kg of wool?
1. Sand
2. Wool
3. Both
4. None
21. Fill in the missing number
101, 106, 111, 116,________________________
1. 121
2. 111
3. 120
4. 122
22. Put together 953 and 47
1. 990
2. 900
3. 906
4. 1000
23. Our head teacher had a sh. 1000 note. She bought a dress for sh. 800. What was her balance?
1. sh.1800
2. sh.600
3. sh. 200
4. sh. 400
24. A ____________________________ is a need in our daily life.
1. bicycle
2. television
3. toy car
4. food
25. What is the time from the digital clock? 1.  Fifteen minutes to one
2. Half past one
3. Fifteen minutes past one
4. One minute to five
26. A petrol tank had 749 litres of petrol. The motorcars used 360 litres. How much petrol remained in the tank?
1. 289 litres
2. 389 litres
3. 1109 litres
4. 429 litres
27. Complete
3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 =
_______ X ________ = ________
1. 9 X 3 = 27
2. 2 X 9 = 18
3. 6 X 3 = 12
4. 3 X 6 = 18
28. 1. 56
2. 7
3. 8
4. 9
29. Ali walked from the gate to the flag post then to the staffroom. What is the distance from the gate to the staffroom?
1. 6 metres
2. 9 metres
3. 18 metres
4. 12 metres
30. How do you move from A to B then to C? 1. Move straight then turn left
2. Move straight then turn right
3. Turn right then move straight
4. Turn left then move straight 1. B
2. A
3. C
4. A
5. D
6. B
7. C
8. A
9. B
10. C
11. C
12. B
13. A
14. B
15. D
16. C
17. D
18. A
19. B
20. D
21. A
22. D
23. C
24. D
25. C
26. B
27. D
28. D
29. C
30. A