Friday, 10 March 2023 11:38

# Mathematics Questions and Answers - Grade 6 Mid Term 1 Exams 2023 Set 1

## QUESTIONS

1. In a certain election, a certain candidate got eight hundred and eight thousand, eight hundred and eighty votes. What was the number of votes in symbols?
1. 808888
2. 808880
3. 888888
4. 8008880
2. A certain boy in grade 6 wrote the number 256984. What is the place value of digit 2?
1. Tens
2. Thousands
3. Hundreds of thousands
4. Tens of thousands
3. Which of the following digits below has the highest value in the number 1489?
1. 1
2. 4
3. 8
4. 9
4. The population of a certain village is 169584 people. What is the total value of digit 5?
1. Hundreds
2. Thousands
3. 5000
4. 500
5. A sub-county has 8486 men. 11387 women and 10846 children. How many more children than men are there?
1. 2360
2. 19332
3. 541
4. 2440
6. Grade 6 learners were asked to give one common multiple of 12 and 8. Who gave the correct answer?
1. Moses -2
2. Joy -36
3. Barbra -64
4. James -24
7. The number of learners who participated in Arts competion in four months is as shown below.
 Month Jan Feb March April Number of Learners 39180 39018 39081 39108
Write the number of leamers who took part in the competition in ascending order?
1. 39180, 39108, 39081, 39018
2. 39180, 39018, 39081, 39108
3. 39018, 39081, 39108, 39180
4. 39180, 39081, 39018, 39108
8. A mango tree has 509 pieces of mangoes. What is the number of mangoes rounded off the nearest thousand?
1. 0
2. 500
3. 510
4. 1000
9. Work out:
362
1. 1296
2. 72
3. 6
4. 144
10. Grade 5 learners were asked to give common factors of 36 and 54. Who gave the wrong answer?
1. Serphine -9
2. Alice -18
3. Liam -6
4. Imani -108
11. The area of a square plot is 441m2. What is the length of one side of the plot?
1. 12m
2. 21m
3. 1101/4 m
4. 1764m
12. Estimate the quotient by rounding off each of the numbers below to the nearest 10 before working out: 384 x 39
1. 14980
2. 15200
3. 16000
4. 14976
13. Susan bought 1/2 litre of milk. She later bought 1/4 litre of milk. How many litres of milk did she buy altogether?
1. 2/6L
2. 3/4L
3. 2/8L
4. 1/4L
14. A teacher wrote the number 192/3. What is the number written as an improper fraction?
1. 59/3
2. 43/3
3. 114/3
4. 3/59
15. In the number 42876, which digit represents the place value of hundredths?
1. 4
2. 6
3. 7
4. 8
16. A farmer collected 63 eggs. What is 1/7 of the eggs collected?
1. 56
2. 49
3. 7
4. 9
17. How many half kilograms are there in 28 kilogrames?
1. 14
2. 56
3. 7
4. 32
18. What is the fraction 72/108 written in its simplest form?
1. 36/54
2. 18/27
3. 2/3
4. 1/2
19. Substract 0.198 from 2
1. 0.196.
2. 2.198
3. 1.802
4. 1.912
20. Write the fraction 18/1000 as a decimal
1. 0.018
2. 0.18
3. 1.8
4. 18.000
21. Which of the following shows parallel lines?
22. Order the decimals 0.169, 0.691, 0.619 and 0.916 from the largest to the smallest.
1. 0.916, 0.691, 0.619, 0.169
2. 0.169, 0.619, 0.691, 0.916
3. 0.916, 0.619, 0.169, 0.691
4. 0.619, 0.169, 0.916, 0.691
23. Work out the following

1. 6km 956 m
2. 5km 956m
3. 5km 56m
4. 10km 152m
24. At a construction site, building blocks were arranged to form the stack shown below.

How many blocks were used to form the stack?
1. 45
2. 72
3. 48
4. 54
25. Arrange the fractions 5/8 , 1/2 and 3/4 starting from the smallest to the largest.
1. 3/4 1/2 , 5/8
2. 3/4 ,5/8,1/2 ,
3. 1/, 3/4 5/8
4. 1/5/8,  3/4 ,
26. A box is in the shape of a cube. The side of the box is 10cm. What is the volume of box?
1. 10cm
2. 100cm
3. 1000cm
4. 30cm
27. Which is the largest angle in size?
1. Obtuse angle
2. Acute angle
3. Right angle
4. Reflex angle
28. A pupil planted 18 rows of trees. Each row 30 trees. How many trees did she plant altogether?
1. 48
2. 360
3. 540
4. 54
29. Thomas recorded the number of fruits in a grocery as follows
 Type of fruit Number Mangoes 266 Apples 428 Oranges 535 Watermelons 89
What was the total number of fruits in the grocery?
1. 1218
2. 1308
3. 1310
4. 1318
30. Martin left home at 11.40 o'clock in the morning. He took 30 minutes to reach school. What time did he reach school?
1. 12.10am
2. 12.70 o'clock
3. 11.10 am
4. 12.10pm