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

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QUESTIONS  

  1. In a certain game park, there were 2678340 wild animals. Identify the place value of digit 6 in the game park's population.
    1. Tens of thousands
    2. Million
    3. Thousands
    4. Hundreds of thousands.
  2. James bought thirty thousand, seven hundred and ninety two milk packets. Write the number of milk packets he bought in symbols
    1. 30792
    2. 3792
    3. 37902
    4. 37092
  3. Rashid sold 3kg 250g of rice on Monday and 12kg 75g of rice on Tuesday. How much rice did he sell in the two days?
    1. 25kg  325g
    2. 15kg  325g
    3. 15kg  225g
    4. 15kg  255g
  4. During a Mathematics group discussion, Patel wrote the following sum for the group members. Workout the sum of
    2 + 4/3 + 1
    1. 34/3 
    2. 41/3
    3. 6/4 
    4. 12/3  
  5. A sugar company produced 2305 bags of sugar on Thursday and 4500 bags of sugar on Friday. Work out the difference between the bags produced in the two days.
    1. 2305
    2. 4500
    3. 2195
    4. 6805
  6. In Kilele academy, there are 200 boys. There are 50 more girls than boys. Work out the total population of the pupils in Kilele academy.
    1. 400
    2. 450
    3. 250
    4. 300
  7. Sarah bought 23 packets of beads for her business. If each packet had 12 beads, how many beads did she buy altogether?
    1. 276
    2. 35
    3. 246
    4. 264
  8. Kamau ran round the field below twice. What distance did he cover in metres?
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    1. 38m
    2. 142m
    3. 76m
    4. 152m
  9. Mutiso had 25 mangoes, he gave 10 to his classmates and ate 2 of the mangoes. How many mangoes was he left with?
    1. 37
    2. 13
    3. 15
    4. 35
  10. Mrs. Ann shared 300 sweets among her pupils in grade 4. If each pupil got 15 sweets how many pupils are in grade 4?
    1. 20
    2. 10
    3. 15
    4. 30
  11. During an Art and Craft practical lesson, Joey equally shared two dozen packets of pencils to his six group members. How many pencils did each pupil get?
    1. 30
    2. 4
    3. 6
    4. 18
  12. A staff meeting started at 8:45 Am. If the staff meeting took 2 hours and 42 minutes. At what time was the meeting concluded?
    1. 10:67am
    2. 11:67am
    3. 11:27am
    4. 10:27am
  13. Joseph was to find out the next two missing numbers in the patterns below. Which of the following pairs of numbers is correct?
    27, 45, 63, ____, ____
    1. 71 and 81
    2. 81 and 99
    3. 70 and 99
    4. 71 and 99
  14. Grade 6 learners were provided with the following number flash cards to arrange in an ascending order. Which of the following
    arrangements is correct?
    3784, 3847, 3748, 3874
    1. 3874, 3784, 3847, 3847
    2. 3784, 3748, 3847, 3874 
    3. 3748, 3784, 3847, 3874
    4. 3847, 3874, 3784, 3748
  15. The number of people who received Covid 19 vaccination in a certain county was 1536921. What is the total value of digit 3 in the number?
    1. 30000
    2. 3000
    3. 30
    4. 300000

Use the information to answer questions 16 and 17.   

Grade 4 pupils collected data on the colour of vehicles along a super highway as shown below.

 Colour   Number of Vehicles 
 Red  74
 White  186
 Yellow  81
 Blue  54

 

  1. Work out the difference between the red and white vehicles counted on that day.
    1. 260
    2. 112
    3. 105
    4. 20
  2. What was the total number of vehicles counted by the pupils?
    1. 208
    2. 240
    3. 395
    4. 405
  3. In a printing company there are twelve printers. If each printer prints twenty five newspapers in one hour. How many newspapers does the company print in an hour?
    1. 300
    2. 264
    3. 286
    4. 298
  4. Grace drew the figure below. Work out its perimeter?
    G6MathT1J23002Q19
    1. 51m2
    2. 70m2 
    3. 51m
    4. 44m
  5. After measuring the length of the classroom Kasyoka recorded the measurement as 625cm. Round off the measurement to the nearest 10
    1. 620cm
    2. 600cm
    3. 625cm
    4. 630cm
  6. Mr. Gibson drew the following angles on the chalkboard. Which of the angles is more than 90° but less than 180°?
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    1. C
    2. A
    3. D
    4. B
  7. Murithi had four oranges, he divided each orange into four equal portions. How many pieces did he have altogether?
    1. 16
    2. 8
    3. 20
    4. 9
  8. Grade 5 pupils drew the clock faces below. Which of the clock faces shows twenty minutes past 3 o'clock?
    G6MathT1J23002Q23
  9. Kamwana wrote the pattern below on a chart and displayed it in class. What are the next two fractions respectively?
    1/21/3, 1/41/5 
    1. 1/8,1/8 
    2. 1/61/7
    3. 1/6, 1/8 
    4. 1/8, 1/9 
  10. During a school presidential election 170 pupils voted for Williamson, 120 pupils votes for Victoria and 79 pupils voted for Nelson. If 10 votes were spoilt how many pupils participated in the presidential elections?
    1. 379
    2. 290
    3. 249
    4. 369

Use the information below to answer questions 26 and 27. 

Grade 6 pupils measured their heights and recorded as follows. 1.23m, 1.54m, 1.67m, 1.20m, 1.05m, and 1.13m.

  1. What is the difference between the tallest and the shortest pupil in metre
    1. 0.62m
    2. 0.41m
    3. 0.44m
    4. 0.54m
  2. Work out the total height of all the pupils in grade 6
    1. 6. 94m
    2. 7.76m
    3. 6.83m
    4. 7.82m

The table below shows Sharon's daily expenses. Use the table to answer questions 28 and 29.

 Expense   Expenditure 
 Transport   Sh. 250
 Airtime and data   Sh. 400
 Food  Sh. 1500
 Leisure  Sh. 1000

 

  1. How much more money does Sharon spend on food than on transport?
    1. Sh. 250
    2. Sh. 1000
    3. Sh. 1250
    4. Sh. 1750
  2. How much money does Sharon spend in a day?
    1. Sh. 2500
    2. Sh. 3200
    3. Sh. 2750
    4. Sh.3150
  3. Chemutai visited her grandmother over the Christmas season for three days. For how many hours did she visit her grandmother?
    1. 24 hours
    2. 48 hours
    3. 612 hours
    4. 72 hours

MARKING SCHEME

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