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# Mathematics Questions and Answers - Grade 5 Opener Exams Term 2 2023 Set 1

## QUESTIONS

1. What is 36769 in words?
1. Three thousand seven hundred and sixty nine.
2. Thirty six thousand seven hundred and sixty nine.
3. Three thousand and sixty seven thousand and sixty nine.
4. Thirty six thousand and sixty nine.
2. A man harvested 55675 orange fruits. What is this number rounded off to the nearest thousands?
1. 55000
2. 55600
3. 56000
4. 55700
3. Arrange the following numbers in ascending order. 0.2, 0.101, 1, 0.111,0.10
1. 0.10, 0.101, 0.111, 0.2, 1
2. 0.2, 0.101, 0.111,0.10, 1
3. 1, 0.2, 0.111, 0.10, 0.101
4. 0.10, 0.101, 0.111, 1, 0.2
4. During the construction of a building, 3789kg of sand was delivered on Friday and 2325kg on Saturday. How many kilograms were delivered altogether?
1. 1464
2. 5004
3. 6004
4. 6114
5. Grade five learners listed numbers divisible by both 2 and 5. If all of them got the correct answers, which one of the following was not mentioned?
1. 5
2. 10
3. 100
4. 200
6. Find the distance round the figure below

1. 64cm
2. 180m
3. 64m
4. 252m
7. Maria had three books with different pages as follows: 24 pages, 36 pages and 48 pages. What is the LCM of the three numbers?
1. 108
2. 48
3. 144
4. 120
8. Estimate the sum of 5270 and 6358 by rounding off to the nearest hundreds.
1. 11700
2. 11600
3. 11628
4. 1100
9. What is the place value of digit 2 in 2679?
1. Thousands
2. Tens
3. 6
4. 6000
10. Find the next number in the pattern below: 53, 51, 49
1. 51
2. 50
3. 48
4. 47
11. Arrange the numbers in the table below in ascending order.

1. 543, 534, 453, 435, 354, 345
2. 453, 534, 345, 543, 354, 435
3. 345, 354,435, 453, 534, 543
4. 345, 354,453,435, 534, 543
12. Julia had sh. 6304. She used part of it for shopping. Her shopping took sh. 3215. How much was she left with?
1. 95 19
2. 3111
3. 3215
4. 3089
13. At Kuli schools, there are 321 learners. Each learner has 14 exercise books. How many books are in Kuli School altogether?
1. 642
2. 349
3. 4494
4. 335
14. Maina divided a certain number by 6 and got 17.What was the number?
1. 576
2. 102
3. 16
4. 96
15. Work out: 24+ 6+11
1. 4
2. 3
3. 15
4. 41
16. How many parts are unshaded?

1. 5/9
2. 5
3. 4/9
4. 4
17. Grade five learners arranged the following fractions from the smallest to the largest. 1/3, 2/3, 1/5, 3/5. Which of the following is the correct order?
1. 2/3, 3/5, 1/3, 1/5
2. 1/3, 3/5, 2/3, 1/5
3. 3/5, 2/3, 1/3, 1/5
4. 1/3, 1/5, 3/5, 2/3
18. Which one of the following is not an equivalent fraction to 3/5
1.  15/25
2. 6/15
3. 12/20
4. 9/15
19. A Grade six boy covers a distance of 3km to school every morning. How many metres does the boy cover in two days?
1. 6km
2. 12km
3. 5Km
4. 24Km
20. Subtract 0.723 from I
1. 0.277
2. 1.723
3. 1.277
4. 0.722
21. Annet got 3.978 as the first answer to her homework. What is the place value of digit 7 in the number?
1. Tens
2. Tenths
3. Hundredths
4. Hundreds
22. Find the value of x in

1. 18m
2. 4m
3. 30m
4. 6m
23. Eight learners shared some money. Each learner got equal number of share. How much did each get if the money was sh. 1608?
1. Ksh. 201
2. Ksh. 21
3. Ksh. 2001
4. Ksh. 1600
24. On Saturday, Lewis woke up at the time shown below

What type of angle is shown on the clockface?
1. Acute
2. Obtuse
3. Reflex
4. Right angle
25. Change 215/25 into a mixed number
1. 26/3
2. 83/5
3. 75/3
4. 3/26
26. Amina carried an orange to school. If she ate 5/6 of the orange alone, what fraction of the orange remained?
1. 5/6
2. 2/6
3. 1/5
4. 1/6
27. Two Grade 5 learners used 2 litre containers each to fetch clean water from the tap. If the two girls fetched the water once, how many mililitres did they fetch altogether?
1. 4000ml
2. 200ml
3. 4ml
4. 2 ml
28. Work out:
Weeks  Days
3          3
- 1          6

1. 2weeks 3days
2. 1week 4days
3. 4weeks 9days
4. 5weeks 2days
29. Mark is x years old. His father is twice his age. His mother is his father's agemate. What is the sum of their ages?
1. 5x years
2. 72 years
3. 3x years
4. x years
30. How many cubes have been used to make the stack below?

1. 15
2. 47
3. 60
4. 36