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MATHEMATICS STANDARD FIVE EXAMS SERIES

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

PRIMARY EXAMINATION SERIES

ANNUAL EXAMINATION, NOVEMBER-2023

MATHEMATICS CLASS FIVE

TIME 1 HR 30 MIN

1. Write the total of 6342 and 850
2. Find the sum of 48135 and 21224
3. Find the difference of 48135 and 22187
4. Find the sum of 5674 and 68714
5. John has 19100 mangoes, he sold 10091. How many mangoes remain
6. Find the quotient of 9664 and 32
7. Find the total of
8. Divide 3232 by 16
9. Find the total of 21.57 and 9.24
10. Find the sum of
11. Write 462 in Roman number
12. Write the prime numbers between 6 and 25
13. Find the next number in 4, 8, 12, 16 ______
14. Convert 25% into decimal
15. Find the square root of 625
16. Simplify
17. The perimeter of a square is 40cm what is length of one side
18. Change  tones into kilogram
19. Find the highest common factors HCF of 18 and 24
20. Find the value of A and E

1. Find the average numbers of the following numbers 105, 125, 145, 140 and 135
2. What is the sum of H.C.F and L.C.M 18 and 20
3. Simplify
4. Find the perimeter of the following figure

1. Find the G.C.F of 24 and 180
2. Find the length of Z in the following figure

1. Find the area of the figure

1. Find the area of a square whose length is 19cm
2. Zuhura went with ten thousand shillings to buy the following items salt 5 packets @ shs 300/= 6 spoons @ shs 500/= and rice kg 2 @ shs 2000/=. How many shillings did she was left with
3. Masele had 88 mangoes. He sold  of those mangoes. How many mangoes did he was left with
4. Find the product of
5. 5 days is equal to how many hours?
6. Convert 2000g into kg
7. Find the square root 169
8. A textbook has 750 pages. How many pages do 850 such books have
9. One storybook has 625 pages. If each page has 421 words. How many words will Juma read in five books?
10. Work out
11. Multiply
12. Julieth multiplied the square of 4 and the square of 5. What was the product?
13. The bus fare from Dar es Salaam to Mwanza is sh 65,000. How much money does the bus collect if it carries 50 passengers?

SECTION B: STATISTICS

The bar graph below shows various sports liked by Grade five pupils at Kalimani Primary school. Study it carefully and answer the question correctly

41. Name the two sports that were liked by majority of the pupils

42. Which sport was disliked totally all the pupils

43. How many more pupils liked soccer than volleyball?

44. Find the total number of pupils who liked basketball and volleyball

45. Find the sum of all the pupils who liked the various sports shown above

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PRIMARY EXAMINATION SERIES

MID-TERM 2 EXAMS, MATHEMATICS

AUGUST 2023

NAME:__________________________________________ DATE:______________ STD 5

TIME: 1:30 HOURS

INSTRUCTIONS

1. This paper consists of sections A and B with a total of 45 questions
2. Answer all questions in each section
5. Use blue or Black ink-pens for diagrams use pencil
6. Cellular phones and any unauthorized material are not allowed in examination room

SECTION A (40 MARKS)

NUMBER CONCEPTS AND MATHEMATICAL OPERATIONS

1.  What is the difference between 6842 and2153?
1. 4589 B) 4689 C) 4688 D)4989
1.  Andunje was asked to find the sum of 8625 and 2740. What correct answer Andunje should write? A) 12365 B) 11365 C) 11375 D) 11356
2.  Among the following, which one is the product of 462 and 11? A) 6082 B) 5082 C) 6083 D) 5028
3.  Allya ate 2/3 of the apple and her friend ate 1/3 of the same apple. What fraction of the apple did they eat? A) 5/6 B) 1 C) 4/6 D) 3/6
4.  Six decimal three two plus two decimal two one the answer is: A) 8.63 B) 8.53 C) 85.3 D) 8.35
5.  If a half of a number is 100. What is that number?
1. 200 B) 50 C) 100 D) 400
1.  How many seconds are in 15 minutes?
1. 900 B) 600 C) 60 D) 1500
1.  If I change 480 minutes into hours, how many hours will I get? A) 8 B) 6 C) 12 D) 4
2.  What is the correct answer among the following if you convert 5 hours 20 minutes into minutes?
1. 320 B) 300 C) 420 D) 230
1. How 6:10 read in words?
1. Ten past six B) six to ten C) quarter to six D) ten minutes to six
1.          Juma spent 9600/= to buy 30 pens. What was the price of each pen? A) 80 B) 160 C) 120 D) 210
2.          The sum of two numbers is 5000, if one of the numbers is 2800. What is another number?
1.  7800 B) 2002 C) 2200 D) 2600
1.          How can 20.426 be written in words?
1.  Twenty and four two six.
2.  Two decimal two four six
3.  Twenty decimal four two six
4.  Twenty decimal four hundred and twenty-six
1.          Pick the next number to fill the series 3, 9, 27, ____.
1.  54 B) 47 C) 81 D) 94
1.          Write 30005 in word:
1.  Three thousand and five
2.  Three hundred thousand and five
3.  Thirty thousand and five
4.  Thirty thousand and zero five.
1.          Number 68 is the same as _____ in roman form.
1.  LXIX B) MLVIII C) XLVIII D) LXVIII
1.          Number MCCLVII is the same as _____ in Hindu Arabic numbers. A)  757 B) 1357 C) 1527 D) 1257
2.          What is the total value of 8 in 98035?
1.  800 B) hundreds C) thousands D) 8000
1. What is the place value of 5 in 54207?
1.  500 B) thousands C) 50000 D) ten thousands
1. What is the LCM of 15 and 30?
1.                                                                          120 B) 15 C) 45 D) 30
1.                                                                                    What is the GCF of 12 and 24? A) 10 B) 12 C) 8 D) 6
2. Change 2/4 into decimal. A) 0.4 B) 0.5 C) 0.2 D) 2.4
3. Convert 2/3 into percentage.
1.  50% B) 60% C) 75% D) 30%
1. One of the following is the list of all even numbers between 9 and 17. Identify it.
1.  11, 131 15, 17 B) 10, 12, 14, 16.
1.  11, 13, 15 D) 11, 13, 17
1. Which of the following list is the list of odd numbers between 10 and 20?
1.  12, 14, 16, 18, 20 B) 11, 13, 17, 19
1.  12, 14, 16, 18 D) 11, 13, 17, 19
1. Choose the list which represents prime numbers found between 5 and 15.
1.  7, 11, 13  B) 6, 8, 10, 12, 14
1.  7, 9, 11, 13 D) 7, 11, 13, 15
1. How many ears do 1274 goats have?
1.  2548 B) 2584 C) 1274 D) 2648
1. The square number of 16 is:
1.  256 B) 4 D) 146 D) 8
1. If you are told to find the square root of 144, what will be your correct answer?
1.  12 B) 20736 D) 72 D) 19736
1. Multiply 5 days 10 hours by 4. What is the correct answer?
1.  21 days 16 hours  B) 20 days 40 hours
1.  16 days 21 hours D) 40 days 20 hours.
1. What is the average of numbers 5, 15, 20, 25, 10?
1.  75 B) 20 C) 15 D) 25
1. 120 plus 80 then minus 200, the answer will be:
1.  10 B) 20 C) 0 D) 5
1.          Negative 25 times 10 the answers is:
1.  -50 B) 50 C) +250 D) -250
1.          The correct ascending order arrangement of the numbers 8, 2, 4, 10 is:
1.  2, 8, 4, 10 B) 8, 10, 4, 2
1.  2, 4, 8, 10 D) 10, 8, 4, 2
1.          Ally went to the market with 5200 eggs. If he sold 4800 eggs. How many eggs were not sold?
1.  200 B) 600 C) 400 D) 4000
1.          Hamisi bought a radio for Tsh. 54000 and sold it for Tsh. 60000. How much did he gain as his profit? A) 60000 B) 4000 C) 114000 D) 6000
2. If y x 9 = 81. Find the value of y.
1. 7 B) 81 C) 8 D) 9
1. What is the general term used to refer the numbers such as 1/3, 2/4, 3/7 and 5/10?
1. Over something B) half C) Decimals D) Fractions
1. Eight children were given Tsh. 7600 to share themselves equally. How much did each child get?
1. 650 B) 750 C) 850 D) 950
1. Fatuma is twelve years old, Aisha is fourteen years old and Tatu is ten years old. Write their names according to their ages from the youngest to the oldest.
1. Aisha, Fatuma, Tatu B) Aisha, Tatu, Fatuma
1. Aisha, Tatu, Fatuma D) Tatu, Fatuma, Aisha

SECTION B (10 Marks)

1. Find the perimeter of the figure below:

11 cm           19 cm

15 cm

1. Find the area of the following rectangle.

10 cm

16 cm

1. Find the are of the triangle below.

6 cm

12 cm

1. Find the perimeter of the square below.

15 cm

1.        Amina went to the market to buy the following items: 2 Kg of carrots @ 1500, 3Kg of flour @ 1000, 2 Kg of potatoes @ 1000, 3 Kg of sugar @ 1000, 2 Kg of rice @ 2000. How much money did she spend?

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SECTION B

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PRIMARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION SERIES

MATHEMATICS STANDARD FIVE

TIME: 2 HOURS

INSTRUCTIONS

1. This paper has four printed pages, forty five (45) questions with sections A and B
2. Answer all the questions in all sections
3. Fill all the required information in the OMR form and the page with question number

41 – 45 on the back page of the OMR form

2. Shade the letter of the correct answer for each question in the answer sheet provided (OMR) for questions number 1 – 40. For example, if the correct answer is A shade as follows:
 (A) (B) (C) (D) (E)

1. If you have to change your answer, you must-rub out the shading very neatly before shading the new one. Use a clean rubber.
2. Use HB pencil only for questions 1 – 40, and a blue or black ink ball pointed pen for questions number 41 – 45.

1. Dan has 740,000 shillings. What is the place value of 4 in this amount?
1. Ten thousands
2. Hundred thousand
3. Hundreds
4. Millions
5. thousands
1. How is the population of four million fifty thousand and five written in figures?
1. 4500005
2. 4050005
3. 4500050
4. 450005
5. 4000505
1. A man had 3 identical fruits and cut each of them into three equal parts. If he ate two-thirds of one fruit, which type of fraction represents the remaining fruits?
1. Minor
2. Perfect
3. Improper
4. Proper
5. Mixed
1. Five sticks measure in metres as follows. Which one is the shortest?
 0.5 0.14
1. How many prime numbers are there from 45 to 58?
1. 1
2. 5
3. 2
4. 4
5. 3
1. What is the value of 8 – 8  8 + 8?
1. 15
2. 1
3. -1
4. 8
5. 16
1. A farmer sold 164 eggs and received a sun of sh 57,400. How much was every 2 eggs sold?
1. Sh 328
2. Sh 382
3. Sh 350
4. Sh 700
5. Sh 174
1. A shopkeeper awards 3 sweets to a customer whenever his/her purchases are worth shs 5000. How many sweets were given to Samson if he bought items worth shs 20,000?
1. Sh 12
2. 4 sweets
3. 9 sweets
4. 12 sweets
5. 15 items
1. What is the place value of the underlined digit in the number 504251
1. Tens
2. Thousands
3. Ten thousands
4. Hundreds
5. Hundred thousands
1. A village had 3,845,308 animals. Write the total number of animals to the nearest ten thousand.
1. 3,854,310
2. 3,845,300
3. 3,846,000
4. 3,850,000
5. 3,845,000
1. Maneno was asked to identify prime numbers from the following numbers; 21, 29, 37, 45, 49, 51, 53, 57, 59, and 61.

If she correctly identified the prime numbers, which among the following numbers did she identify?

1. 21, 45, 51 and 57
2. 29, 37, 51, 59, and 61
3. 29, 37, 53, 59, and 61
4. 29, 49, and 59
5. 21, 51 and 61
1. The ages of four pupils were arranged in the following; 13, 18, 23 and _________ find the age of the fourth pupil.
1. 28
2. 24
3. 22
4. 12
5. 41
1. The income collected in five years was arranged in the following series; 2, 4, 7, 12 and 19. Find the income collected in the sixth year following the same series.
1. 18
2. 28
3. 20
4. 31
5. 30
1. The weights of pupils standing in a line according to their weight is represented by the numbers below. Find the missing weight in the space provided.

59, 55, 51, _____, 43, 39, 35

1. 52
2. 47
3. 44
4. 42
5. 50
1. Villagers at Mshikamano village contributed 325, 500 shillings for constructing a school toilet. If each villager contributed 500 shillings, how many villagers contributed?
1. 6,051
2. 6,501
3. 32,600
4. 651
5. 325,000
1. Tanganyika got independence in the year MCMLXI while Zimbabwe got her independence in the year MCMLXXX. How many years passed from the time Tanganyika got her independence to the time Zimbabwe attained her independence?
1. XXI
2. XIX
3. XXIX
4. IX
5. XVIII
1. Jeri has 208 workers in his factory. If each worker is paid 55,460 shillings per day, how much money does Jeri use to pay all his workers per day?
1. Sh 11,435,680
2. Sh 10,435,680
3. Sh 55,252
4. Sh 55,668
5. Sh 11,535,680
1. Five pupils were asked to find the difference between 998,999 votes and 819,937 votes. Which among the following is the difference in votes?
1. 1,818,936
2. 181,062
3. 179,062
4. 189,062
5. 1,708,936
1. Mr. Mahenge has 1,560 cattle among which 35% are calves, 10% are bulls and the rest are female cows. How many female cows does Mr. Mahenge have?
1. 858
2. 156
3. 546
4. 702
5. 390
1. A baby slept for 7 hours from 7:40am in the morning. At what time did the baby wake up?
1. 2:40 pm
2. 1:40 pm
3. 11:20 am
4. 2:40 am
5. 11:20pm
1. Lusajo visited his sister Chaupele and stayed with her for 840 hours. How many days did he stay with his sister?
1. 70
2. 28
3. 120
4. 14
5. 35
1. Mwanjaa climbed Mount Kilimanjaro whose height is 5,895m above sea level. When she reached a height of 3,955m above sea level, she was unable to continue because of health problems. How many metres were remaining before she could reach the peak of the mountain?
1. 1,940m
2. 2,140m
3. 1,840m
4. 9,850m
5. 9,840m
1. Mrs. Shamba filled 200.25 litres of palm oil in 267 bottles. What was the volume of each bottle?
1. 1.33 litres
2. 7.5 litres
3. 1.33 millilitres
4. 750 millilitres
5. 75 millilitres
1. Simplify the expression: 2(3m – 2n + 5m).
1. 11m – 2n
2. 12 + m – n
3. 16m – 4n
4. 16 + 4n
5. 4m – 4n
1. Joan calculated the value of (-3) – (-3) + (-6). Which is the correct answer?
1. -
2. -12
3. +12
4. 0
1. Think of a number, then subtract twelve from that number, the answer is equal to a quarter of that number. What is that number?
1. 4
2. -12
3. 33
4. 12
5. 16
1. The sum of five consecutive numbers with four alternating is 315. Which is the biggest number among them
1. 63
2. 55
3. 83
4. 101
5. 71
1. Which types of fractions when simplified, give composite fractions?
1. proper fractions
2. Improper fractions
3. Oval fractions
4. big fractions
5. straight fractions.
1. Four children shared some money as follows: the first child got sh 4x, the second child got sh 2x, the third child got sh 3x and the fourth child got sh x. if the third child got sh 28,800, how much money did all the four children share in total?
1. Sh.9,600
2. 96,000
3. Sh.6,000
4. Sh.60,000
5. Sh.240,000
1. Fourteen standard 4 pupils received 141 books to share equally. If they decided to give any remaining books to their class teacher, how many books did each get?
1. 35
2. 14
3. 1
1. Karen was asked to solve; -16 – (-1) + (-8). What was her correct answer?
1. 7
2. 23
3. -23
4. -25
5. -7
1. A ward with an area of 13 square kilometres has 12.16 square kilometres of land, the rest of it are water bodies. Which part in square kilometres is occupied by water bodies?
1. 0.83
2. 25.16
3. 12.03
4. 1.16
5. 0.84
1. A school has 98 staff members and 342 girls. If the number of boys in thrice the number of staff members, what is the population of the school?
1. 734
2. 636
3. 294
4. 440
5. 443
1. A jacket for sh 50,000 had its price increased by 5%. How much did John pay for his 3 children at the new price if each child got one jacket?
1. Sh 2,500
2. Sh 52,500
3. Sh 15,750
4. Sh 157,500
5. Sh 142,500
1. Mariam slept at 10 minutes to midnight. Write the time she slept in 12 hour-clock system.
1. 11:50pm
2. 11:50am
3. 12:10am
4. 11:10pm
5. 11:10am
1. How many total days make a period of 18 weeks and 4 days?
1. 126
2. 162
3. 22
4. 130
5. 184
1. Margret got a simple interest of sh 1,600 after 8 months from a certain bank. If the bank’s rate is 4% per annum, how much did she previously deposit?
1. Sh 60,000
2. Sh 6,000
3. Sh 600,000
4. Sh 5,000
5. Sh 50,000
1. A plane flew from Dar es Salaam to Mbeya, a distance of 785km. If it flew at a speed of 15km/hr, how much time was used?
1. 157 min
2. 5hrs
3. 3925 km
4. 5 min
5. 3925 hrs
1. A construction company constructs 2km 125m of a road a day. How long will this company construct in 8days
1. 16,000km
2. 16.1km
3. 17km
4. 6km
5. 18km
1. If the sum of two-thirds of a number and 1 equals 5, what is that number?
1. 12
2. 6
3. 4
4. 24
5. 8

SECTION B

For each of question 41 – 45, use a blue or black pen to work out in the spaces provided on the OMR form

1. Anna got 45 marks in science subject, 50 marks in mathematics, and 50 marks in Kiswahili. What average did anna have in the three subjects?
2. Paul is 11 years, Juma is 9 years and Asha is 7 years. Find their average Age.
3. A rectangular has a length of 37 cm and 27 cm in width find area of the rectangular
4. A shopkeeper bought 76,000 kg of floor, 61,000kg of rice and 7200kg of salt for a whole year. Find the total number of kilograms bought that year.
5. Lilian a nurse at Mawenzi Hospital started her leave on 28/05/2018 and returned to work on 25/06/2018. How long was the leave?

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SECTION A

MATHEMATICAL OPERATIONS, FIGURES AND WORD PROBLEMS

For questions 1 – 40, work out the solutions and then write the letter of the correct answer.

1. 350 + 75 + 6=
1. 432
2. 433
3. 431
4. 434
5. 435
1. 5034 – 2927 =
1. 2106
2. 2109
3. 2009
4. 2207
5. 2,107
1. 49 x 39 =
1. 1,911
2. 1,811
3. 1901
4. 1910
5. 1912
1. 3393  87 =
1. 309
2. 3.9
3. 0.39
4. 39
5. 390
1.  =
1. 65
2. 45
3. 55
4. 54
5. 53
1. 8.304
2. 8.303
3. 8.305
4. 8.405
5. 8.306
1. 10.6 – 4.76 =
1. 5.83
2. 5.85
3. 5.86
4. 5.84
5. 5.87
1. Find the Lowest Common Multiple (LCM) of 56, 88 and 96.
1. 7,393
2. 7,392
3. 7,394
4. 7,395
5. 7,398
1. Find the value of
1. -4
2. -3
3. 2
4. 4
5. -2
1. Convert numerical number 29 into Roman number.
1. XXXI
2. XXIV
3. XXI
4. XXIX
5. XXXIX
1. 6125 – 4136 =
1. 1999
2. 1989
3. 1879
4. 1779
5. 1997
1. 534 x 63 =
1. 33742
2. 33442
3. 33342
4. 33542
5. 33642
1. 2.702 + 29.34 =
1. 33.042
2. 33.052
3. 34.042
4. 35.042
5. 32.042
1. 2.17 x 3.56 =
1. 7.7353
2. 7.7352
3. 7.7452
4. 7.6352
5. 7.7252
1. Change 2.05 to simple fraction.
1. Express  as a percentage.
1. 275%
2. 365%
3. 3.75%
4. 37.5%
5. 375%
1. Find the Lowest Common Multiple (LCM) of 24 and 72.
1. 62
2. 82
3. 82
4. 73
5. 72
1. Find the Highest Common Factor of 36 and 90
1. 17
2. 19
3. 16
4. 18
5. 20
1. Find the next number in this series: 7, 7, 14, 42, 168…
1. 740
2. 840
3. 830
4. 850
5. 844
1. Find the value of W, if the average of W, 5, 10, 8, 7 is 10.
1. 30
2. 10
3. 40
4. 20
5. 50
1. Write 71 as a Roman number.
1. LXXIX
2. LXL
3. LXXI
4. LXX
5. LXIX
1. 4563 x 745 x 10 =
1. 34,994,350
2. 33,994,350
3. 32,994,350
4. 31,994,350
5. 43,994,350
1. Write the next number in this series:
1. Write  with decimal
1. 0.74
2. 7.4
3. 74
4. 3.074
5. 740
1. Change 0.25% into simple fraction.
1. Write DCV as Arabic/ Ordinary numbers.
1. 505
2. 705
3. 605
4. 305
5. 615
1. If  of my savings is Shs 344, find my total earning
1. Shs. 1,630
2. Shs. 1,720
3. Shs. 750
4. Shs. 740
5. Shs. 1, 620
1. The ratio of Y to Z is equal to the ratio between 17 and 19. Find the value of Y if Z=133
1. 118
2. 119
3. 117
4. 116
5. 120
1.  Find the value of Y.
1. 3
2. 2
3. 5
4. 5
5. 4
1. Given a=2, b=-3. Find the value of
1. +3
2. -4
3. +4
4. -3
5. -2
1. 7.12 – 4.131 =
1. 29.89
2. 298.9
3. 2.989
4. 2989
5. 2898
1. -50 – (-13)=
1. +28
2. -38
3. +38
4. +48
5. -28
1. Find the Highest Common Factor (HCF) of 36 and 70.
1. 2
2. 2
3. 3
4. 1
5. 4

SECTION B

1. Work out the following questions:
1. Musa’s income per month is Shs. 164,000/=. He uses  of the income for food,  for clothes,  for his children’s school fees, and the remaining for other uses. By using a pie chart how many degrees represent other uses?
2. Write the name of the figure obtained by joining the following co-ordinates: A(-2, 2), B(3, 2), C(3, -3) and D(-2, 2).
1. Work out the following questions:
1. A businessman bought a cow for shs. 120,000 and sold it for shs. 84,000/- Calculate the percentage loss in the business.
2. Jeni, Janet and Juvita obtained money. Jeni got  that of Janet and Janet got two times that of Juvita. How much did Juvita get if he total money was fourteen thousand shillings only?
3. Find the volume of a rectangular dictionary which is 20cm long, 14cm wide and a height of 2cm.
4. Find the value of Z in the figure below:

1. Janeth’s watch reads 8:15 a.m write the time in 24 hours system
2. Find the principal if the simple interest or profit obtained in one year is sh. 3,000 and the rate of interest is 5% per year.
3. Fadhili went out with shs. 7,000 to buy the following things:

2½ kg of meat @ sh. 800/=

5 kg of potatoes @ sh. 600/=

½kg of green pepper @ sh.480/=

20bananas @sh 50/=

How much did he remain with after paying for all those items?

1. A bus started a journey to Iringa at 1630 hrs and arrived the next day at 0630hrs. How long did it take the bus to complete the whole journey?

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MID TERM 1 EXAMINATION
STANDARD FIVE

MATHEMATICS

TIME: 1:30 HRS

NAME_____________________________________SCHOOL_________________________

INSTRUCTIONS

• This paper consists of 45 questions
• Attempt all questions
• Write full name on the blank space above together with the name of the school
• Ensure your work is neat and legible.

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QUESTION

WORKING SPACE

1.

3342 + 55444=

(A)47098 (B)47707 (C)4098 (D)47797 (E)58786

1.

192574 + 3648= (A)196222 (B)169222 (C)196202 (D)192022 (E)619222

1.

981746 – 274272= (A)707474 (B)704774 (C)707404 (D)7407474 (E)770474

1.

7904 – 895=

(A)7109 (B)7009 (C)8009 (D)81 (E)701

1.

24615 x 5 = (A)123075 (B)132075 (C)12075

(D)30275 (E)2075

1.

(A)4221 (B)4320 (C)4421 (D)4321 (E)2142

1.

23 x 21423= (A)492729 (B)492928 (C)89345

(D)53498 (E)9345

1.

532 ÷ 7= (A)80 (B)76 (C)68 (D)75 (E)65

1.

1.

1.

1.

1.

2.45 + 0.31=

(A)29.007 (B)1.76 (C)0.76 (D)2.761 (E)3.76

1.

64.5 – 0.31 =

(A)29.007 (B)29.7 (C)29.01 (E)3.76

1.

112.6 x 11= (A)1238.5 (B)1234.6 (C)1238.6

(D)1235.7 (E)12.38

1.

Write five hundred and forty thousands and four hundred in figure (A)105,200 (B)540,400

(C)540.004 (D)540.007 (E)500,4004

1.

What is the place value of 3 in 1432 (A)Tens (B)Ten thousands (C)hundreds (D)thousands (E)ones

1.

Multiply

1.

Find the average of the following numbers 105, 125, 145, 140 and 135 (A)125 (B)130 (C)135 (D)145 (E)120

1.

Write 90 in Roman numbers (A) C (B)XL (C)L

(D)XC (E)LXXX

1.

Find the value of 492 (A)2,401 (B)2,301 (C)1,301 (D)89 (E)492

1.

Find the lowest common multiple (LCM) of 6, 9 and 12 (A)3 (B)36 (C)54 (D)72 (E)108

1.

Find the highest common factors (HCF) of 18 and 24.

(A)3 (B)6 (C)54 (D)72 (E)108

1.

Simplify 8x + 4y – 2x +y= (A)5xy (B)10x +5y

(C)6x +5y (D)6x +3y (E)5y +xy

1.

Write CIX in ordinary number

(A)89 (B)99 (C)109 (D)901 (E)91

1.

Find the square number of 17

(A)892 (B)289 (C)982 (D)289 (E)892

1.

How many millimeters in 9 liters? (A)9000mil

(B)900mil (C)9100mil (D)9200mil (E)9500mil

1.

The perimeter of square is 40cm what is the length of one side

(A)10cm (B)5cm (C)20cm (D)15cm (E)16cm

1.

Change  tones into kilogram. (A)8000kg

(B)850kg (C)85000kg (D)5800kg (E)8500kg

1.

(A) 4hrs 35min (B)9hrs 35mins

(C)6hrs 35mins (D)8hrs 35mins (E)2hrs 35mins

1.

Find the value of A and E

1.

Chang e  into decimal point. (A)10.8 (B)1.08

(C)11.08 (D)10.8 (E)108.1

1.

Change 360 into decimal point (A)6hrs (B)12hrs (C)24hrs (D)60hrs (E)9hrs

1.

Find the length of Z in the following figure

(A)7cm (B)14cm (C)16cm (D)15cm (E)10cm

1.

Find the area of this figure

(A)75cm(B)65cm2 (C)115cm2 (D)75cm2(E)125cm2

1.

Write multiple of 8

(A)1, 2, 4 and 8 (B) 2, 6, and 8 (C)1, 6 and 8

(D)8, 2, 6, and 4 (E)2 and 8

1.

Mustafe was given 9000shs by his father. He spent 7500 shs to buy a book. How much money did he remain with; (A)5900 shs (B)4100 shs (C)1500shs

(D)1600shs (E)9200shs

1.

Find the area of a square whose length is 19cm

(A)76cm2 (B)36cm2 (C)361cm2 (D)76cm2 (E)3612cm2

1.

Write the missing number in the following sequence

3, 57, 9, 11, 13

(A)19 (B)25 (C)24 (D)12 (E)15

1.

Write in short form

10,000 + 9000 + 000 + 80 + 8

(A)18098 (B)19088 (C)19008 (D)19808 (E)19880

Calculate the following questions 41 – 45

1.

Juma bought the following things

2kgs of rice @1,000/=shs

2 bars of soap @2,000/=shs

3kgs of flour @1,000/=

How much did he pay?

1.

Study the table below and answer the questions. It shows the attendance of pupils in class one week

 Days Monday Tuesday Wes day Thursday Friday Number of pupils 34 32 30 28 26

(A) How many more pupils come to school on Monday than Friday

(B)Find the average attendance for the whole week

1.

Find the value of a2b2e ÷ abe=

1.

Find the perimeter of the following figure

1.

6 youth divided 57840shs Equally. How much did each receive

1

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 NO QUESTIONS WORKING SPACE ANSWER Write the following numbers in words 144,443 44,444 959,595 723,456 82,345 Write the following numbers in numerals Two hundred and forty one thousand, three hundred and sixty one Three hundred and six thousand, two hundred and one Two hundred thousand and one Four hundred thousand and sixteen Five hundred and six thousand, six hundred and sixty Write the greater fraction 6/11 and 5/11 4/5 and 3/5 1/5 and 1/4 4/7 and 4/9 3/8 and 5/8 Change the following mixed fraction into improper fraction 11/2 72/5 101/4 23/7 31/3 Change the following improper fraction into mixed fraction 10/3 17/7 11/4 25/3 41/4 Change the following hours into minutes 7hrs 13hrs 6hrs 9hrs 3hrs Change the following minutes into hours and minutes 849min 1149min 686min 4593min 328min Find the L.C.M of the following numbers 45 and 38 28 and 44 Find the G.C.F of the following numbers 68 and 38 92 and 100 69 and 39 Find the square roots of the following numbers 8100 7225 6400 5625 4900

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TIME 1:30 HRS       MARCH 2021

NAME…………………………...SCHOOL………………………...

INSTRUCTION

1. This paper consists of Sections A and B with forty-five questions
2. The paper carries a value of 50 marks
3. Answer all questions in all sections as per instructions given
4. Use blue or black pen for writing and a pencil for drawing.
 QUESTION WORK PLACE ANSWERS 534 + 8466 =    15974 + 92101 =    6407  - 5518 =    94061 – 68221 =    348 × 50 =    540 × 99 =    288 × 10 =    3933 ÷ 69 =    2086 ÷ 14 = 1010 ÷ 10 = 10 3/5 – 3 1/5 = 1 – 6/9 = 3 ¾ + 2 1/4 = 5/6 + 4/6 = 11.18 + 10 .10 = 5.5 + 2.5 = 18. 16 – 10 .18 = Write in figures three exponent two Which number is an even at the same time is an odd numbers Write in figures half past twelve Write in words 12:45 Write 250 as roman numeral Find the L.C.M of 6 and 30 Find the G.C.F  of 12 and 8 Write down all the even numbers from 30 to 50 List all prime numbers between 1 and 10 How many odd numbers are there between 5 and 20? How many minutes are there in 4 ½ hours? Find the square of 17 What is the place value of 5 in 745334? What is the total value of 8 in 645807? Write in short form 7+80000 + 50 + 600000 +1000 + 900 Write in word 53 Write 0.1 into fraction       How many lines of segments are in line below?   Work out the area of a square  Find the perimeter  If the area of the square below is 625cm calculate it’s  length Write 3 2/6 into improper fraction What is 1/6 of 840 mangoes? How many grams are equal to 3 1/2 kilograms? Work out             23 +   A certain nursery school got Tsh 334, 685 from school project and Tsh 513, 345 from donation. They spend 236,000 in graduation ceremony. How much money did the school remained with?

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MATHEMATICS.

TIME :1:30HRS

NAME_____________________________________SCHOOL_________________________

INSTRUCTIONS

• THIS paper consists of 45 questions
• Select the best alternative in question 1-40
• For question 41-45 provide the best answer
• Write full name on the blank space above together with the name of the school
• Ensure your work is neat and legible.
1. 2157 + 6843 =
1. 8000
2. 8990
3. 8900
4. 9000
5. 8800
1. 2.056 + 0.975
1. 3.021
2. 3.031
3. 2.921
4. 2.021
5. 2.931
1. 29313-4119
1. 25204
2. 25494
3. 25294
4. 25194
5. 26194
1. 1.22 X 0.6 =
1. 0.632
2. 0.622
3. 0.722
4. 0.732
1. 11192 X 7=
1. 78444
2. 78334
3. 77744
4. 77734
5. 78344
1. 10200÷ 25 =
1. 418
2. 484
3. 480
4. 408
5. 440
1. 22/3 + 35/6=
1. 62/3
2. 77/10
3. 61/2
4. 54/9
5. 55/7
1. Write 62.5% as a simple fraction
1. 5/6
2. ¾
3. 5/8
4. 2/3
5. 5/2
1. Write 0.035 as a percentage
1. 35%
2. 0.35%
3. 0.035%
4. 0.0035%
5. 3.5%
1. Write 0.0125 as a simple fraction
1. 5/400
2. 1/8
3. 1/8000
4. 1/80
5. 1/400
1. Write the roman numerals MMDXC IN Arabic
1. 1590
2. 2590
3. 2050
4. 259
5. 2950
1. The prime numbers between 30 and 40 are
1. 35,37
2. 31,39
3. 31,37
4. 33,37
5. 33,39
1. When the lowest common multiple of 12,18, and 36 is divided by its highest common factor the answer is
1. 36
2. 18
3. 9
4. 6
5. 12
1. Write the time 1815 in 12 hours system
1. 6.15 p.m
2. 2.15 a.m
3. 12.15 p.m
4. 6.15 a.m
5. 12.15 a.m
1. Divide 41 kilograms 360 grams by 8
1. 5kg 100gm
2. 5kg 170gm
3. 5kg 17gm
4. 51kg 70gm
5. 5kg 171gm
1. Determine the square root of 2601
1. 41
2. 51
3. 59
4. (2601)2
5. 49
1. 3750÷15=
1. 205
2. 250
3. 25
4. 2.50
5. 2,050
1. 8.113 x 1.92
1. 15.64509
2. 15.68709
3. 15.65809
4. 15.57696
5. 15.65609
1. (-2)-(-17) =
1. 16
2. -19
3. +15
4. -15
5. +19
1. 0.427 ÷0.07 =
1. 6.10
2. 61.0
3. 0.61
4. 0.061
5. 610
1. 19,728- 10,839=
1. 8,889
2. 9,889
3. 9,899
4. 9,989
5. 9,999
1. 13789-(6097+7906)=
1. -214
2. -213
3. -204
4. 213
5. 214
1. 287 X 35 =
1. 7,415
2. 9,945
3. 10,045
4. 9,045
5. 10015
1. 6,879 +96 +68 +9 =
1. 7,882
2. 6,782
3. 6,852
4. 7,782
5. 7,852
1. Compute 22 x64 and then write the answer in roman numerals
1. MMDCLXIV
2. MCDVIII
3. MMCDLXIV
4. MCDVIII
5. MMDLIXV
1. How many prime numbers are there between 10 and 20?
1. 3
2. 5
3. 9
4. 4
5. 7
1. The common multiple of 42,45 and 150 is
1. 2x3x5x7
2. 22x3x52x7
3. 2x32x5x7
4. 2x32x5x72
5. 2x3x3x25x7
1. Change 0.6/0.96 into percentage
1. 625%
2. 62.5%
3. 0.0625%
4. 0.00625%
5. 0.625%
1. Approximate 85,996 to the nearest hundreds
1. 85,900
2. 85,990
3. 85,000
4. 86,000
5. 80,000
1. The largest medicine bottle has a volume of 425 litres 600 millilitres. If the medicine is filled in 70 small equal bottles, each will have?
1. 1,860
2. 4,680
3. 5,806
4. 6,080
5. 6,608
1. Juma and rosa shared shs. 15,000 in the ratio of 11:4, how much did roza get?
1. 9,000
2. 10,000
3. 5,000
4. 11,000
5. 4,000
1. Arusha is found a distance of 12km north of Karanga hospital and sakina is found at 9km east of the hospital, find the distance between them
1. 15km
2. 19km
3. 25km
4. 3km
5. 21km
1. 12,800cm
2. 13,000cm
3. 1,200,000cm
4. 1,300,000cm
5. 1,280,000cm

34. A business man sold sugar for three months as follows: In January 1,500 kilograms,February 2,500 kilograms and in March 1,250 kilograms. How many tons of sugar were sold in three months? (1 Ton = 1,000 kilograms)

1.  4.25
2.  425
3.  5.25
4.  6.25
5.  5,250.

35. The weight of fruits that were sold at Mikunda market for four consecutive days were as follows:

 Day Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Weight(tons) 2 1 ½ ½ 2 ½

What is the average of kilograms of fruits that were sold at the market per day?

1.  1,625 kg
2.  1,375 kg
3.  1,250 kg
4.  1,500 kg
5.  6,500 kg

36. Find the perimeter of the isosceles triangle PQR.

1.  6 cm
2.  14 cm
3.  28 cm
4.  22 cm
5.  38 cm

37.Find the area of the following rectangle:

1. 2 cm2
2. 8 cm2
3. 36 cm2
4. 80 cm2
5. 20 cm2
1. Write the missing number in the following sequence 1,4………..16, 25
1. 5
2. 6
3. 9
4. 10
5. 12
1. Find the product of prime numbers between 1 and 10
1. 384
2. 210
3. 945
4. 1,890
5. 3,840
1. Zebedayo has 7 cows of milk. Each cow produces five litres of milk daily. How many litres does he get per week?
1. 215
2. 225
3. 235
4. 245
5. 255

Work out the following questions by clearly showing your working

1. Six carpenters make 18 chairs per day. How many chairs will they make in a week?
2. 2/5 of peoples in a class are girls, if there are 45 pupils, how many girls are there?
3. Share shs.14400 among six people, what will each get?
4. A car left Mbagala for mwenge at 7.45 am. If it reached Mwenge at 8.15 am, for how long was it on the way?
5. Find the width of a rectangle if it has a length of 15cm and a area of 120cm2

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