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

## QUESTIONS

1. What is eight thousand eight hundred and eight in symbols?
1. 8800
2. 8808
3. 8080
4. 8880
2. What is the place value of digit 4 in the number 64238?
1. Tens
2. Hundreds
3. Tens of thousands
4. Thousands
3. Identify the missing numbers in the pattern below
98. 94, 90, ............ , 82 , ..............
1. 91, 83
2. 81, 80
3. 86, 78
4. 80, 72
4. In a meeting there were 1276 men and 3618 women. How many people were in the meeting altogether?
1. 4894
2. 4884
3. 4814
4. 4892
5. Choose the even numbers between 21 and 31
1. 21, 18, 24, 22, 28
2. 22, 24, 26, 28, 30
3. 23, 25, 27, 29, 31
4. 24, 25, 27, 29, 30
6. Which one of the following is the next multiple of 9 after 72?
1. 64
2. 91
3. 81
4. 63
7. Round off 463 and 155 to the nearest ten and work out their sum
1. 620
2. 618
3. 518
4. 520
8. A teacher wrote 13/7 on the black board. What is the fraction converted into a mixed fraction?
1. 71/6
2. 61/7
3. 16/7
4. 15/7
9. What fraction is shaded in the figure below?

1. 4/8
2. 3/8
3. 2/8
4. 5/8
10. A teacher had 96 mangoes. He shared the mangoes equally among 6 learners. How many mangoes did each learner get?
1. 19
2. 12
3. 16
4. 17
11. Find the estimated product of 44 and 53 by rounding off each number to the nearest ten before working out.
1. 2332
2. 200
3. 2400
4. 2000
12. Identify the first 4 multiples of 6
1. 6, 12, 18, 24
2. 6, 9, 12, 15
3. 12, 18, 24, 30
4. 6, 8, 10, 12
13. Alex has nine rabbits at home. How many rabbits are these in Roman numerals?
1. IV
2. IX
3. X
4. VIII
14. In a school there are 1784 cypress seedlings and 2405 eucalyptus seedlings. How many seedlings are there in total?
1. 4089
2. 4180
3. 4009
4. 4189
15. Arrange these numbers from the largest to the smallest
769, 967, 796, 679, 697
1. 679, 697, 769, 796, 967
2. 967, 769, 796, 697, 679
3. 697, 769, 796, 579,967
4. 967, 796, 769, 697, 679
16. What is the time?

1. 2 minutes past 9
2. 15 minutes past 9
3. 15 minutes to 3
4. 15 minutes to 2
17. Which of these are odd numbers only?
1. 53, 124, 36, 59
2. 427, 93, 25, 131
3. 165, 19, 87, 62
4. 14, 222, 37, 28
18. How many days are there in the months of October, November and December?
1. 93
2. 91
3. 92
4. 90
19. Work out the following:
5674-2568=
1. 3100
2. 3110
3. 3106
4. 3090
20. In a school hall there were 1005 tables and 7684 chairs. How many tables and chairs were there in the hall altogether?
1. 6681
2. 8688
3. 8689
4. 8699
21. Divide
8 √ 96
1. 11 rem 7
2. 13
3. 12 rem 1
4. 12
22. In a class there were 42 learners. Each learner was given 12 books. How many books were they given altogether?
1. 404
2. 504
3. 304
4. 324
23. Convert 11/6 into an improper fraction.
1. 6/2
2. 7/6
3. 7/1
4. 6/5
24. Which of the following is a need?
25. In a class there are 16 girls. If each girl was given 13 books, how many books were they given altogether?
1. 280
2. 288
3. 200
4. 208
26. How many days are there in twelve weeks?
1. 74 days
2. 19 days
3. 84 days
4. 6 days
27. Amani was given sh. 1055 by her father. Her mother gave he sh. 2620. How much money was she given altogether?
1. shs. 3675
2. shs. 3575
3. shs. 3665
4. shs. 3670
28. Work out:
Weeks   Days
4            4
+5             6

1. 10 weeks
2. 10 weeks 5 days
3. 10 weeks 3 days
4. 10 weeks 4 days
29. How many 2kg packets of sugar can be used to fill a 100kg sack?
1. 200
2. 50
3. 102
4. 98
30. What is the next shape in the following pattern?