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# Mathematics Questions and Answers - Grade 5 End of Term 3 November 2022 Exams Set 2

QUESTIONS

1. In a farm, there are 358 021 coffee seedlings. What is the place value of digit 8 in this number?
1. Hundreds of thousands.
2. Thousands.
3. Thousandths.
4. Tens of thousands.
2. A teacher wrote four numbers on flash cards as shown below and asked her learner to spot a number which is divisible by 5
1. 1432
2. 366
3. 160
4. 99
1. iv
2. ii
3. iii
4. i
3. In the year 2019, a country recorded a total of 4 433 tourists. What is this number rounded off to the nearest thousand?
1. 4 000
2. 4 400
3. 5 000
4. 4 430
4. Two donations of sh. 120 and sh. 200 have to be shared equally without a remainder. What is the highest amount of money which can be shared equally without a remainder?
1. Sh. 600
2. Sh. 40
3. Sh. 100
4. Sh. 80
5. Take away 70 123 from 90 467.
1. 19 344
2. 20 344
3. 20 344
4. 20 244
6. In a village, the number of adults is represented by 0.48. Out of this, 0.23 are males and the rest are females. Which of the following numbers represents female adults?
1. 1. 71
2. 1.25
3. 0.71
4. 0.25
7. At the beginning of the term, a painted ¾ of the classrooms. At the end of the term, ¼  of the classrooms were painted. What fraction of the classrooms were painted that term?
1. 5/8
2. 7/8
3. 1/8
4. 4/8
8. Wambua had 3 packets each with 8 beads. She gave her friend 6 beads. He then found another packet with 10 beads. He used all the beads to make 4 necklaces with equal number of beads. How many beads did he use to make each necklace?
1. 28
2. 7
3. 4
4. 9
9. NYS registered 34 680 recruits in February, 41 011 in May and 120 111 in September. How many recruits were registered in the three months altogether?
1. 194 802
2. 195 702
3. 205 802
4. 195 802
10. What 743 multiplied by 26?
1. 19 318
2. 19 319
3. 20 318
4. 19 418
11. The distance from Patanisho to Soweto is 2km 300m while the distance from Soweto to Konambaya is 3km 700m. What is the distance from Patanisho to Konambaya?
1. 6km 100m
2. 5km 00m
3. 5km 100m
4. 6km 00m
12. What is the area of the figure drawn below?

1. 48cm2
2. 135cm2
3. 24cm2
4. 72cm2
13. A bucket had 25 litres of milk. A goat accidentally knocked it down and spilt some milk. If only 9 litres of milk were saved, how much milk was spilt in millilitres?
1. 16ml
2. 16 000l
3. 16 000ml
4. 1 600l
14. Work out the volume of the cuboid drawn below.

1. 84cm3
2. 28cm3
3. 14cm3
4. 21cm3
15. A farmer sold carrots weighing 40kg 600g and onions weighing 61kg 200g. What was the total mass?
1. 100kg 800g
2. 109kg 00g
3. 101kg 800g
4. 101kg 400g
16. A performance ended at the time shown in the clock face below.

If the performance lasted for 55 minutes, at what time did it start?
1. 11.55
2. 12.10
3. 11.10
4. 12.15
17. How many kilometres and metres are there in 16 435 metres?
1. 164km 35m
2. 16km 435m
3. 1km 6435m
4. 1 643km 5m
18. Work out:
4√33 minutes 4 seconds
1. 8 minutes 16 seconds
2. 7 minutes 16 seconds
3. 8 minutes 26 seconds
4. 7 minutes 26 seconds
19. Which of the following services is offered by banks in our country?
1. Educating investors on how to save.
2. Paying the salaries of workers in the country.
3. Giving loans to citizens.
4. Ensuring proper use of money in the country.
20. Budgeting before spending is important because
1. we can avoid unnecessary expenses.
2. items budgeted for are bought at cheaper prices.
3. it helps to spend a lot of time when shopping.
4. when we budget, we only buy high quality products.
21. The following are properties of different shapes:
1. It has three sides.
2. Opposites sides are parallel and equal
3. It has three angles.
4. It has four equal and parallel sides.
Which of the above properties is for a rectangle?
1. iv
2. ii
3. i
4. iii
22. What is the next shape in the pattern below?
23. Which of the following angles is greater than a right angle but smaller than a reflex angle?
24. In a class, there were r pupils. During a PHE lesson, the teacher grouped them into fours. Which of these expressions shows the number of groups that were formed?
1. 4r
2. r x 4
3. r ÷ 4
4. 4 + r
25. Mrs. Osewe bought mangoes and oranges. All the fruits were 27. If the mangoes were y, how many oranges did she buy?
1. 27 - y
2. 27 x y
3. 27 ÷ y
4. 27+ y

Grade 5 learners measured the heights of their tomato seedlings and got the following information. Use it to answer questions 26 to 30.

 Height of the seedlings No. of seedlings 18cm 7 19cm 19 20cm 13 21cm 10 22cm 15 23cm 21
1. How many seedlings were 21cm high?
1. 19
2. 13
3. 10
4. 15
2. How many more seedlings were 23cm  than those that were 19 cm?
1. 4
2. 3
3. 5
4. 2
3. How many seedlings were the shortest?
1. 18
2. 21
3. 7
4. 23
4. What was the total height of the seedlings that were 22cm and 19cm high?
1. 41
2. 40
3. 34
4. 35
5. If the class measured all the seedlings, how many seedlings were there altogether?
1. 58
2. 85
3. 86
4. 84

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