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# Mathematics Questions and Answers - Grade 5 Opener Exams Term 1 2023 Set 3

## QUESTIONS

1. In a certain town there are 5050 people. Write the number of the people in words.
1. Fifty hundred and fifty.
2. Five thousand and five hundred.
3. Five hundred and five zero.
4. Five thousand and fifty.
2. A teacher asked grade 5 pupils to round off 7915 to the nearest thousands. Who gave the correct answer?
1. Sarah -  7900
2. Abdi   -  8000
3. Moses    -  7920
4. Alex       -  7000
3. What is the place value of digit 8 in the number 485129?
1. Ten of thousands.
2. Thousands.
3. Tens of hundreds.
4. Ten
4. Which of the following numbers is divisible by 2, 5 and 10?
1. 36         B.25
2. C. 40      D. 42
5. In a game park there were 101 gazelles, 111 zebras, 110 antelopes and 100 elephants. Arrange their numbers from the largest to the smallest.
1. 100, 101, 110, 111
2. 101, 100, 111, 110
3. 111, 110, 101. 100
4. 100, 111, 101, 110
6. Which is the next multiple of 9 after 63?
1. 72
2.  54
3. 81
4. 90
7. Grade 5 pupils were asked to list the factors of 48. Which one of the following is wrong?
1. 6
2. 18
3. 16
4. 48
8. Tom and Susan were holding two cards with roman numbers.

What is the sum of the two roman numbers in Arabic numerals?
1. 15
2. 11
3. 16
4. 14
9. What is the missing number in the pattern below?
62., 70, 74, 78
A. 64
B. 68
C. 61
D. 66
10. A farmer had 4998 orange fruit trees. He later planted 2452 more trees. How many trees did he have altogether?
A. 7340
B. 2546.
C. 6450
D. 7450
11. A church had 54 benches. Each bench can carry 14 people. How many people can the church hold when full when rounded off to the nearest tens?
A. 760
B. 756
C. 750
D. G8
12. Seven boys shared 54 oranges equally. How many oranges remained unshared if each of them got full oranges?
A. 47
B. 378
C. 5
D. 7
13. In a class there were 12 boys and 13 girls. What fraction of the pupils were girls?
1. 13/25
2. 12/13
3. 12
4. 13/12
14. A shopkeeper had 91kg of sugar. Convert the amount of sugar into an improper fraction.
A. 4/37
B. 37/4
C. 37
D. 13/4
15.  A grade 5 boy scored 98/100in Mathematics. Convert this mark into a decimal.
A. 98.00
B. 9.8
C. 0.098
D. 0.98
16. Learners wrote different numbers on number cards as shown below.

Arrange the numbers in ascending order.
A. 6,34, 6.43, 6.44
B. 6.34, 6.44, 6.43
C. 6.44, 6.43, 6.34
D. 6.43, 6.44, 6.34
17. A teacher drew the figure below.

What is the perimeter of the fiqure?
1. 144cm
2. 48cm
3. 24cm
4. 12cm
18. A string is 300cm long. What is the length of the string in metres?
1. 30
2. 3
3. 300
4. 30000
19. A butcher had 12kg of meat. How many kg packets of meat did he obtain?
1. 3
2. 24
3. 48
4. 16
20. The length of a rope is 5m 25cm. What is the total length of 4 such ropes joined together?
A. 20m 00cm
B. 20m 100cm
C. 20m 80cm
D. 21m 00cm
21. How many half litre containers can fill a bucket which holds 8 litres of water?
1. 16
2. 24
3. 10
22. Which number can be used to fill the box?——×8=96
1. 88
2. 11
3. 9
4. 12
23. What is the name given to the angle shown below?

A. Right angle
B. Reflex angle
C. Acute angle
D. Obtuse angle
24. Work out: weeks     days
8              6
+3             4

A. 12weeks  3 days
B. 5 weeks   2 days
C. 11 weeks  10 days
D. 11 weeks    3 days
25. Tom had x number of fruits. He had m oranges and n lemons. He also had mangoes. Which expression below shows the number of mangoes he had?
A.x-m-n
B. x+m+n
C.x-m+n
D.x+m-n
26. Joseph visited his uncle and stayed there for 7 days. How many hours did he stay with his uncle?
A. 168
B. 1
C.84
D. 700
27. Work out:  Hrs      min
8         20
-3        45

A. 4hrs 75min
B. 11hr 65min
C. 4hrs 35min
D. 12hr 05min
28. A baby slept in the evening at the  time shown below.

What time is it in am or pm?
A. 8.00 o'clock
B. 8.00p.m.
C. 8.12p.m.
D. 8.00a.m.
29. Muhura had shs 500 note. He changed the money into shs. 100 notes. How many notes did he obtain?
A. 5000
B.500
C.50
D.5
30. Grade 4 learners counted number of vehicles that passed by their school as shown in the table below.

If the total number of vehicles. counted was 50, how many matatus did they count?
A. 33
B. 27
C. 17
D. 23

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