Wednesday, 29 March 2023 12:13

# School Based Assessment 2023 Grade 6 Mathematics - Grade 6 Mid Term 1 Set 2

QUESTIONS

1. A farmer harvested 642798 fish from his fish pond in the year 2022. What is the total value of digit 6 in the number of fish harvested?
1. 600000
2. 60000
3. 6000
4. 600
2. The mass of millet in kilograms sold by six large scale farmers was as follows;
23460, 45850, 17690, 54670, 36420, 84001
What are the masses of millet arranged in decreasing order?
1. 17690, 45850, 23460, 36420, 54670, 84001
2. 23460, 17690, 54670, 45850, 36420, 84001
3. 84001, 54670, 45850, 36420, 23460, 17690
4. 84001, 54670, 45850, 23460, 36420, 17690
3. A certain county has 314166 men and 342246 women. How many people are there altogether in the county?
1. 656412
2. 656402
3. 656312
4. 6564112
4. A company sold 725120 bags of maize and wheat. If there were 641000 bags of maize, how many bags of wheat did the company sell?
1. 74120
2. 84120
3. 84020
4. 94120
5. A tank holds 245603 litres of water. How much water does the tank hold to the nearest ten thousands?
1. 245000
2. 246000
3. 250000
4. 240000
6. Ahmed's square plot has an area of 576m2. What is the length of one side of the plot?
1. 24m
2. 23m
3. 25m
4. 26m
7. Mr. Nyachore had a flock of 810 goats. He shared them equally among his 18 children. How many goats did each child get?
1. 40
2. 45 T
3. 46
4. 44
8. The length of a square room is 5½m. What is the area of the room in square metres?
1. 22½m2
2. 10¼m2
3. 25¼m2
4. 30¼m2
9. Work out the following: 7½ − 32/5
1. 41/10
2. 10¼
3. 15/2
4. 4/10
10. Lona bought 51/10 litres of milk while Joel bought 3½ litres of milk. How many litres of milk did Lona and Joel buy altogether?
1. 81/10
2. 83/5
3. 83/10
4. 81/5
11. A milk processing company uses 2558 lives of water in a day. Estimate the amount of water used in 16 days by rounding off each number to the nearest ten.
1. 51200
2. 40928
3. 50200
4. 52200
12. Kato ate 3/5 of an orange. What percentage of the orange did he eat?
1. 40%
2. 30%
3. 50%
4. 60%
13. What is the sum of squares of 7 and 9?
1. 120
2. 130
3. 110
4. 16
14. Tarino spends sh 3040 daily on fuel. How much money does he spend on fuel in four
days?
1. Sh 12160
2. Sh 12060
3. Sh 12000
4. Sh 13160
15. Three lights flash at intervals of 8 seconds, 10 seconds and 12 seconds. If the signals are set to flash together, how long will they take to flash together?
1. 60 seconds
2. 80 seconds
3. 120 seconds
4. 240 seconds
16. Work out the following: 8 ÷ 4 x 9 + 10 − 20.
A. 48
B. 38
C. 18
D. 8
17. Peris had two hundred and two thousand, two hundred and twenty two hectares of land. What is the size of land written in figures?
1. 202222
2. 220222
3. 202202
4. 202220
18. The distance round the school field is 400m. Koech ran round the field 5 times. How many kilometres did he cover?
1. 2000km
2. 400km
3. 4km
4. 2km
19. Four learners participated in 1km 600m relay race. What distance did each learner cover?
1. 1km
2. 400m
3. 1600m
4. 200m
20. The area of a rectangular figure is 54m2. The length is 9m. What is the width of the figure?
1. 63m
2. 45m
3. 6m
4. 7m
21. The top part of a box is a square. Each side measures 12cm. What is the area of the top part of the box?
1. 144cm2
2. 14cm2
3. 154cm2
4. 34cm
22. A crate of milk measures 45cm by 23cm by 12cm. What is the volume of the crate of milk
in cubic centimetres?
1. 1035cm3
2. 276cm3
3. 12420cm3
4. 540cm3
23. One side of a royco cube measures 2cm. What is the volume of 4 such royco cubes in cubic centimetres?
1. 8cm3
2. 32cm3
3. 16cm3
4. 24cm3
24. Njoroge's goats produces 5000ml of milk everyday. How many litres of milk will the goats produce in one week?
1. 25 litres
2. 5 litres
3. 20 litres
4. 35 litres
25. A sack can hold 90kg of maize. It is filled with a three-kilogram tin. How many such tins filled the sack?
1. 3
2. 300
3. 30
4. 270
26. A motorist took 15 minutes and 30 seconds to complete a journey. How long was the journey in seconds?
1. 930 seconds
2. 900 seconds
3. 45 seconds
4. 1815 seconds
27. Lasoi bought books worth sh 3500. She paid sh 4000. How much tax did she pay?
1. Sh 7500
2. Sh 500
3. Sh 4000
4. Sh 3500
28. A sack weighed 40kg. Richard removed p kg from the sack. If 15kg remained, how many kilograms did p represent?
1. 55kg
2. p-40kg
3. p-15kg
4. 25kg
29. Andrew drew parallel lines in his book. Whichof the following did he draw?
30. From the figure below, identify a vertical line from it.

1. UV
2. UX
3. WX
4. VW

### MARKING SCHEME

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

#### Why download?

• ✔ To read offline at any time.
• ✔ To Print at your convenience
• ✔ Share Easily with Friends / Students

Read 907 times Last modified on Thursday, 30 March 2023 10:13