Wednesday, 26 April 2023 07:36

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

## QUESTIONS

1. A school has 1780 pupils. What is the place value of digit 7 in the number of pupils?
1. Thousand
2. Hundreds
3. Tens of thousands
4. Ones
2. The number of gazelles in a park is 8009. What is the number written in words?
1. Eight hundred and nine
2. Eighty thousand and nine
3. Eight thousand and nine
4. Eight hundred thousand and nine.
3. In a music lesson, pupils sang a song which had 15379 words. What is the total value of digit 1 in the number?
1. 1000
2. 10000
3. 370
4. 15000
4. A school collected six thousand nine hundred and fifty six eggs. Write the number of eggs in symbols.
1. 60956
2. 6956
3. 69056
4. 656
5. In a game park, there were 236 gazelles, 402 zebras, 351 warthogs and 562 antelopes. Arrange the numbers from the largest to the smallest.
1. 562, 402, 361, 236
2. 236, 361, 402, 562
3. 562, 361, 402, 236
4. 402, 562, 361, 236
6. A learner was given 6 exercise books by her teacher. How many exercise books were these in Roman numbers?
1. VII
2. IV
3. V
4. VI
7. The number of vehicles that passed near a school in one day was 599. Round off the number of vehicles to the nearest tens.
1. 600
2. 500
3. 590
4. 690
8. In a party, there were 5835 children and 9535 adults. How many people were in the party altogether?
1. 14370
2. 15360
3. 15730
4. 15370
9. Which of the following is a reflex angle?
10. What is the missing number in the pattern below?
22, 24, 26, 28, 30,............34
1. 31
2. 32
3. 33
4. 40
11. A farmer had 37 one day old chicks. She sold each chick at Sh. 25. Round off the number of chicks and the price per chick to the nearest tens and work out the sum.
1. 12
2. 55.
3. 62
4. 70
12. In a market, onions were arranged in piles of 20. A seller sold 50 such piles. How many onions did she sell?
1. 1000
2. 70
3. 100
4. 30
13. There were 84 fruits in a class. A teacher shared the fruits among the learners equally. If each learner got 3 fruits, how many learners were there?
1. 28
2. 81
3. 87
4. 80
14. In a school, there are 11 teachers. 5 of these teachers are female while the rest are male. What fraction of the teachers are male?
1. 11/12
2. 5/11
3. 6/11
4. 11/16
15. The length of a playground is 50m. What is its length in centimetres?
1. 5 cm
2. 500 cm
3. 5000 cm
4. 550 cm
16. Wangui slept at the time shown on the clock face below. What time did she sleep?

1. 6:45 am
2. 6:50 pm
3. 7:45 am
4. 6:45 pm
17. What is the perimeter of the figure below?

1. 40 cm
2. 60 cm
3. 30 cm
4. 50 cm
18. 10 boys received a 15 cm long piece of sugarcane each. What was the total length of sugarcane received by the 10 boys?
1. 150 cm
2. 15 cm
3. 105 cm
4. 550 cm
19. Juma is 2 m 10 cm tall. Linet is 1 m 90 cm tall. What is the total height of the two pupils?
1. 100 cm
2. 4 m
3. 4 m 100 cm
4. 3 m 100 cm
20. A shopkeeper measured 50 Kg of rice and another 10 Kg of rice. How many kilograms of rice did he measure altogether?
1. 60 Kg
2. 500 Kg
3. 40 Kg
4. 40 Kg
21. Work out:
Hrs   Mins
5      50
+3    25

1. 9 hrs 15 mins
2. 8 hrs 75 mins
3. 2 hrs 35 mins
4. 9 hrs 75 mins
22. A shopkeeper had Sh. 1000 note. She changed the money in three - Sh. 200 notes, two- Sh. 100 notes and the rest in Sh. 50. How many Sh. 50 notes did she get?
1. 10
2. 6
3. 4
4. 5
23. Opiyo had Sh. 2000. He bought 10 Kg of rice for Sh. 1000 and 1L of cooking oil for Sh. 560. How much money was he left with?
1. Sh. 1440
2. Sh. 1560
3. Sh. 1000
4. Sh. 440
24. A tank had 3456 liters of water. During a tree planting day, 868 litres were used to water the seedlings. How much water remained?
1. 2598 litres
2. 4314 litres
3. 2588 litres
4. 4314 litres
25. A grade 4 teacher wrote various multiples of 4 as below. Identify the list with the first five multiples of 4.
1. 4, 8, 12, 16, 20
2. 0, 4, 12, 16, 20
3. 8, 12, 16, 20, 24
4. 4, 12, 16, 20, 24
26. The ages of four men were recorded follows. Which age represents an odd number?
1. 99 years
2. 88 years
3. 44 years
4. 26 years
27. Kibwana drew a table as shown below.

1. 3/8
2. 7/10
3. 8/10
4. 3/10
28. Barbra got 48 marks out of 100 in a Mathematical test. Convert the marks 48/100 into a decimal.
1. 4.8
2. 0.48
3. 0.0048
4. 0.048
29. Tiffany had 2 litres of water. She emptied the water into half litre bottles. How many half litre bottles of water did she get?
1. 4
2. 6
3. 8
4. 2
30. A farmer harvested 699 bags of beans. Round off the number 699 to the nearest tens?
1. 700
2. 600
3. 799
4. 690