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## Mathematics Questions and Answers - Grade 5 End of Term 2 CBC Exams 2022 Set 1

1. What is the number 100093 written in words?
1. One hundred and ninety three thousand.
2. One hundred thousand and ninety three.
3. One million and ninety three.
4. One thousand and ninety three.
2. The population of four towns was recorded as 76 890, 23 908, 1700 and 6539 people respectively. What is the population of the four towns arranged in an ascending order?
1. 76 890, 6539, 23 908, 1700
2. 23 908, 6539, 76 890, 1700
3. 1700, 23 908, 6539, 76 890
4. 1700, 6539, 23 908, 76 890
3. What is the place value of digit 3 in the number 79.130?
1. Thousandths
2. Hundredths
3. Tenths
4. Tens
4. Work out;    462 900
+ 219 098
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1. 681 998
2. 271 998
3. 281 998
4. 681 832
5. What is the G.C.D. of 12 and 18?
1. 72
2. 6
3. 18
4. 3
6. What is the total value of digit 8 in the number 58 431?
1. 800
2. 80 600.
3. Thousands
4. 8000
7. Round off 8962 to the nearest hundred
1. 8900
2. 9000
3. 8800
4. 8960
8. Work out: 651 x 37 =
1. 11087
2. 23081
3. 23 087
4. 24 087
9. How many hours are there in 200 minutes?
1. 31/3 hrs
2. 3½ minutes
3. 23/2 hrs
4. 3½ hrs
10. Calculate the perimeter of the figure below

1. 120cm
2. 44cm
3. 36cm
4. 28cm
11. Which one of these figures shows a reflex angle?
12. 875 textbooks were given to seven schools. If each school received an equal share, how many books were given to each school?
1. 6 125
2. 882
3. 125
4. 868
13. Subtract 356 from 100 000,
1. 100 356
2. 199 644
3. 99 644
4. 64 400
14. Work out; 3/+ 1/2
1. 11/8
2. 2/3
3. 3/8
15. Jane drove from Kisumu to Nairobi and back. The distance between the towns she passed through are shown in the following diagram. Calculate the distance she covered

1. 350km
2. 315km
3. 702km
4. 700km
16. What is the place value of digit 7 in the number 975 608?
1. Ten thousands
2. 7 500
3. 7000
4. 70 000
17. Kamau weighs 59km and Joyce weighs 63.5kg. What is the difference in their mass?
1. 1.2kg
2. 8.0kg
3. 3.2kg
4. 4.5kg
18. During Mwangi's birthday party 3/5 of his cake was eaten. What fraction of the cake was left?
1. 1/5
2. 3/5
3. 1/10
4. 2/5
19. Karegi travelled for 5½ hours. For how many minutes did he travel?
1. 330 min
2. 330 hrs
3. 30 min
4. 300 min
20. Wanja bought 40 oranges. She later found out that 1/8 of them were bad. How many oranges were good?
1. 20
2. 25
3. 35
4. 5
21. Arrange the fractions in order from the largest to the smallest.
5/61/33/45/8
1. 5/63/45/81/3
2. 1/35/83/45/6
3. 5/65/83/41/3
4. 5/85/63/41/3
22. What will be the time 30 minutes after time shown on the clock face below?

1. 12.15
2. 12.30
3. 12.45
4. 1.45
23. Susan carried 2kg of sugar and James carried 10kg of cotton. Who carried a heavier load?
1. Susan
2. James
3. Both
4.  None
24. Find the area of the figure below

1. 800cm²
2. 400cm²
3. 60cm²
4. 120cm²
25. Work out: 519 x 823
1. 6 747
2. 427137
3. 53 457
4. 427 037
26. Find the volume of a cuboid measuring 5cm by 6cm by 4cm.
1. 160cm3
2. 15cm3
3. 30cm3
4. 120cm3
27. Add: 0.034 + 0.1 + 20 + 1.001
1. 3.1341
2. 31.3411
3. 30.001
4. 20.1341
The table below shows the attendance of farmers of a meeting. Use it to answer questions 28 - 30

28. How many farmers attended the meeting on Monday.
1. 55
2. 45
3. 40
4. 50
29. How many farmers attended the meeting on Tuesday and Wednesday?
1. 70
2. 40
3. 30
4. 90
30. How many farmers attended the meeting for the whole week?
1. 180
2. 190
3. 185
4. 200

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