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# Mathematics Questions and Answers - Grade 5 Opener Exams Term 1 2023 Set 6

QUESTIONS

1. Write 254 639 in words.
1. Two five four six thirty ninc.
2. Twenty five thousand four hundred six thirty nine.
3. Two hundred and fifty four thousand six hundred and thirty nine.
4.  Two hundred fifty four six thirty nine.
2. What is the place value of digit 8 in the figure 67 842?
1. Ten of thousands
2. Hundreds.
3. Thousands
4. Tens
3. A cow produced 1 475 litres of milkin a certain month. How many litres are shown by digit 4?
1. Tens
2. Thousands
3. Ones
4. Hundreds
4. The following table shows the number of seedlings planted in a certain sub- county.
 Mango Avocado Macademia Neem 29 500 37 400 81 780 18 550
Arrange the number of tree seedlings in descending order
5. Round off the following number to the nearest 1 000.
70 999
1. 71 000
2. 70 900
3. 79 000.
4. 70 990
6. Write the number
5 thousands 0 hundreds 7 tens 0 ones = ________________
7. 9 806 is
__________thousands __________hundreds___________ tens ___________ones
8. Karis was paid sh. 365 for doing some work. Write this amount in words.
1. Three six five.
2. Three sixty five.
3. Three hundred and sixty five.
4. Five thirty six.
9.  m      cm
3       40
+9       30

10.   m       cm
8        50
+7        35

11. Rahma had a mesh wire 39m 70cm long. She used 13m 40cm of the wire. What length of the wire remained?
1. 26m 30cm
2. 42m 110cm
3. 43m 10cm
4. 16m 30cm
12. Find the volume of the cube
5 × 5 × 5

1. 100 unit cubes
2. 25 unit cubes
3. 125 unit cubes
4. 15 unit cubes
13.  1 375kg
−  189kg

14.   95kg
−78kg

15. Which of the following numbers is divisible by 10?
1. 35
2. 50
3. 64
4. 89
16. Fill in the missing factor.
50 = × 25
17. Makori harvested 2 500 mangoes. He packed them in bags of 10. How many bags did he have?
18. John shared 24 oranges and 36 mangoes equally among his friends. What is the largest number of friends whom he can share to without a remainder?
1. 5
2. 6
3. 8
4. 12
19. Work out:
20. Write down the next multiples of 5.
5, 10, 15, 20, ______, ______
21. Write the following numbers starting with the largest to the smallest.
0.89, 1.75, 0.98, 2.07, 1.78
1. 2.07, 1.78, 1.75, 0.98, 0.89
2. 0.89, 0.98, 2.07, 1.78, 1.75
3. 1.78, 1.75, 0.89, 2.07, 0.98
4. 0.89, 0.98, 1.75, 1.78, 20.7
22. How many 1/4kg packets can be obtained from 6kg of salt?
1. 4
2. 6
3. 12
4. 24
23. Which angle is this?________________

24. 5a + 2a =
1. 7
2. 7a
3. 3a
4. 3
25. What is the time?
1. Quarter to 9
2. Quarter past 9
3. 9 oclock
4. Half past 9
26. Grade 5 learners from Lenana primary school played a number game. Achieng' picked 35, Anne picked 82 and Paul picked 28. Who picked a multiple of 5?
1. Achieng'
2. Paul
3. Anne
27. Mwai had eight rabbits. He sold each rabbit for sh. 41. How much money did he get?
28. Nyakwach recorded the types and numbers of vehicles that passed near their home. The results were presented as shown below. Write the missing tally marks.
 Vehicles Tally marks Number of vehicles Buses III 3 Lorries ____________ 8 Vans IIII IIII II 12 Cars IIII IIII IIII II 17 Pick-ups II 2
29.    sh.    cts.
20    80
+150    40

### MARKING SCHEME

1. C
2. B
3. D
4. 18 550, 29 500, 37 400, 81 780
5. A
6. 5070
7. 9TH    8H    0T   6O
8. C
9. 12m     70cm
10. 15m     85cm
11. A
12. C
13. 118
14. 17kg
15. B
16. 2
17. 250
18. D
19. 6m     2cm
20. 4m     15cm
21. 25, 30
22. A
23. D
24. Right angle
25. B
26. B
27. A
28. 328
29. Correct tally
30. Sh 171   ct 20