- A school had nine hundred and ninety eight thousand, six hundred and forty five chickens. What is the number of chickens written in symbols?
- 998 654
- 988 645
- 998 645
- 989 65

- In a certain grassland, there were
**84 629**birds. What is the total value of digit 4 in this number?- Thousands
- 4 000
- 40 000
- Tens of thousands

- What is the shortest length of a string from which equal pieces measuring 12 cm and 18 cm can be cut?
- 6cm
- 48cm
- 16cm
- 36cm

- In the year 2019,
**248 618**students joined universities in a certain country. In the following year,**366 211**students joined universities. How many students joined universities in the two years?- 614 829
- 624 729
- 614 729
- 624 8295.

- There are
**96 487**trees in Maserati forest. Out of these,**23 265**are natural while the rest are planted. How many planted trees are in Maserati forest?- 119 752
- 72 322
- 73 222
- 73 122

- What is the next number in the pattern below?
**4, 8, 24, 96,**____________- 100
- 480
- 520
- 104

- In a green grocery,
^{5}/_{8}of the fruits are mangoes and the rest are oranges. If^{3}/_{8}of the mangoes were sold, what fraction of the mangoes remained?- ½
^{8}/_{8}^{5}/_{8}^{2}/_{0}

- Aminata had
**12**pineapples. She bought**6**more pineapples. She then sold all the pineapples equally to**9**customers. How many pineapples did each customer buy?- 3
- 8
- 7
- 2

- A member of county assembly had
**336**packets of maize flour. He shared the packets equally to**14**needy families. How many packets did each family get?- 24
- 350
- 322
- 28

- In the first attempt, an athlete finished a marathon race in
**4.26**hours. In the second attempt, she reduced the time by**1.18**hours. What time did she take in the second attempt?- 5.44
- 3.08
- 3.18
- 5.34

- A pupil ran round a school play ground and covered a distance of
**1 900m**. How many kilometres and metres are these?- 19 km 00m
- 1 km 900m
- 19 km 900m
- 1 km 00m

- A square flashcard is
**16cm**long. What is the area of the flashcard?- 32cm
^{2} - 4cm
^{2} - 64cm
^{2} - 256cm
^{2}

- 32cm
- In a birthday party, juice was stored in
**8**containers. Each container had**6**litres**200**ml. How much juice was stored?- 48L 1 600 ml
- 48L 600 ml
- 49L 600 ml
- 49L 1 600 ml

- Mariarosa drew a shape like the one drawn below on the white board.

What is the area of the shape?- 399cm
^{2} - 80cm
^{2} - 40cm
^{2} - 289cm
^{2}

- 399cm
- Petrol in a
**40**litres**800**ml container was emptied to fill**8**equal containers. What was the capacity of each container?- 3L 150ml
- 6L 50ml
- 4L 200ml
- 5L 100ml

- Kiriti rode his bicycle from home to school and took
**840**seconds. How many minutes are these?- 84
- 14
- 7
- 12

- A Mathematics Activities lesson started at the time shown below.

If the lesson took**2100**seconds, at what time did it end?- 12.40
- 1.45
- 12.45
- 1.40

- Maimuna is
**25kg 200g**heavy while her younger brother is**6kg 300g**lighter than her. What is her younger brother's mass?- 31kg 500g
- 18kg 900g
- 19kg 900g
- 19kg 500g

- Work out:
- 79kg 200g
- 2kg 1 200g
- 3kg 200g
- 2kg 200g

- During a music lesson, a teacher wanted learners to do
**3**activities within the remaining**27**minutes**6**seconds. If each activity was to take equal time, how long would this be?- 71 minutes 18 seconds
- 9 minutes 12 seconds
- 9 minutes 2 seconds
- 70 minutes 78 seconds

- Which of the following shows a correct line of symmetry?
- A Grade 4 pupil saw a shape with the following properties:
- It had four angles.
- The figure had four sides.
- All the angles were right angles.
- Opposite sides were equal.
- Not all sides were equal.

The shape the pupil saw was likely to be- a triangle.
- an oval.
- a square.
- a rectangle.

- Study the illustration below.

The demonstration above shows a- a half turn.
- a full turn.
- an anti-clockwise turn.
- a quarter turn.

- Japolo had p bottle tops for an Art and Craft Activity. If he gave
**19**bottle tops to his friend, which of the following expressions shows the number of bottle tops he remained with?- 19 + p
- p x 19
- p - 19
- 19+ p

- Machunga had
**3**oranges. She bought m. more oranges. In total she had**10**oranges. How many oranges did she buy?- 7
- 13
- 5
- 4

- Sanaipei carried
**24**beads to school. On her way, x beads got lost. She was left with**19**beads. How many beads got lost?- 5
- 43
- 7
- 6
**The table below shows the number of animals seen during an educational tour.**

**Animals****Tally**Elephants llll llll lll Buffaloes llll llll llll l Lions llll llll llll llll ll Zebras llll llll l Gazelles llll ll

- Which animals were the
**least**?- Lions
- Gazelles
- Elephants :
- Zebras

- How many more lions than buffaloes were seen?
- 6
- 38
- 5
- 37

- What was the total number of elephants and lions?
- 32
- 35
- 13
- 22

- How many animals were seen altogether?
- 69
- 79
- 59
- 49

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