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MATHEMATICS STANDARD SEVEN EXAMS SERIES

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

COMPETENCY BASED PRIMARY EXAMINATION SERIES

MATHEMATICS

STD 7- SEPT 2022

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. This paper has four pages with forty five (45) questions
  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 

  1. Write your Examination Number
  2. r and then shade the digits of the number in the respective place on your answer sheer (OMR)
  3. 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.

 

SECTION A (40 Marks)

For questions 1 – 40, work out the answer then choose the correct option and shade its corresponding letter in the special answer sheet (OMR) provided.

  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. In the year MCMLXXXIII, some DCCCVIII people died of Malaria. How many people died if written in Hindu Arabic numerals?
  1. 1983
  2. 1933
  3. 1980
  4. 8080
  5. 808
  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. Five pupils A – E competed to write 989.577 to the nearest whole number. Who passed it?
  1. 989
  2. 998
  3. 989.6
  4. 989.5
  5. 990
  1. Identify the numeral represented below;

Ones

Tens 

Thousands 

Ten thousands

Hundreds 

3

0

5

4

7

  1. 30,547
  2. 30,754
  3. 45,703
  4. 45,730
  5. 30,457
  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.  
  1.  
  1.  
  1.  
  1.  

 

  1. What is the total value of the underline digit in 456.809?
  1. 0.1
  2. Tenths
  3. 0
  4. Hundredths
  1. How many prime numbers are there from 45 to 58?
  1. 1
  2. 5
  3. 2
  4. 4
  5. 3
  1. Number cards below are arranged in a certain sequence. What is the value of A?

  1. 4
  2. 0
  3. 1
  4. 9
  5. 3
  1. If A:B = C:D and 2, 5, 8 represent A, B, C respectively, what is the value of D?
  1. 11
  2. 10
  3. 16
  4. 40
  5. 20
  1. Imagine that you have sh.800 only. If you use shs 700, what percentage of your money remain?
  1. 125%
  2. 12.5%
  3. 100%
  4. 114.2%
  5. 50%
  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. Sowedi had 21 fruits and found 3 of them were rotten beyond use. He ate  of the fresh fruits, gave two others to his friend and used the remaining to blend juice. How many fruits were used to blend juice?
  1. 1
  2. 5
  3. 2
  4. 10
  5. 12
  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. We were left with  kg of rice at home and mother bought  more kg of rice. How much rice is now available?
  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 wire of length metres was cut into equal pieces each metres long. How many pieces were cut?
  1. Sh 2,500
  2. Sh 52,500
  3. Sh 15,750
  4. Sh 157,500
  5. Sh 142,500
  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. If it took 98 years 4 months for 5 countries to get independence, what is the duration that each country took on average?
  1. 19 years 7 months
  2. 19 years 0 months
  3. 18 years 7 months
  4. 6 months 18 years
  5. 8 months 19 years
  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 figure has four angles; 89°, (4b) °, 71° and 56°. Find the value of b.
  1. 36
  2. 96
  3. 72
  4. 144
  5. 360
  1. In the figure below, what is the measure of angle y in degrees if AB and CD are straight lines?

  1. 36
  2. 18
  3. 6
  4. 324
  5. 162
  1. The two ends of a circular empty tin were both cut off, as shown in the figure below. What is the surface area of the hollow tin that remained?

  1. 1760 cm2
  2. 1188 cm2
  3. 880 cm2
  4. 1034 cm2
  5. 6160 cm2
  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 tailor uses 35 centimeters of a cloth to make one piece of a child’s uniform. How many pieces will he make from a roll of cloth which is 35 metres long?
  1. 1
  2. 10
  3. 100
  4. 35
  5. 350
  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. Name the non-plane figure:

  1. Rectangular prism
  2. Cone
  3. Parallelogram
  4. Square prism
  5. Square pyramid
  1. A gift was wrapped to look as shown below. If edges of the wrapped gift were equal in length each measuring 12cm, what is the area of the wrapping paper that was used if it only fit the surface?

  1. 1728 cm2
  2. 854 cm2
  3. 36 cm2
  4. 864 cm2
  5. 144 cm2
  1. A lorry can only a maximum of 16.2 tons of grain. How many times will it be packed to full capacity in order to empty a store with 324,000 kilograms of grain?
  1. 2
  2. 20
  3. 200
  4. 2000
  5. 3
  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
  1. Simplify the algebraic expression;

  1. 2e
  2. e
  3. 2
  4. 2ed
  5. 4e2
  1. Last week, mother bought 3kg of rice, 4kg of maize flour, 1kg of onions and 8kg of fruits. How much average mass of items did she buy that week?
  1. 3kg
  2. 16kg
  3. 8kg
  4. 4.5kg
  5. 4kg
  1. The table below represents data of pupils who were absent in school in a certain week. If it is to be represented on a pie-chart, which degree will represent pupils absent on Thursday?

Mon.

Tue. 

Wed.

Thu.

Fri.

6

3

7

12

8

  1. 36
  2. 10
  3. 1.2
  4. 120
  5. 12

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. While in a supermarket, Amina ordered 2kg of sugar @ shs 700, 3.5kg of flour @ sh 2000, 4 pens @ sh 150.10 and 4 litres of cooking oil for sh.6199.60. How much money was she supposed to pay for all these items?
  2. The village chairperson asked the head of head of each household to pick ten mosquito nets, from his office. His village has 625 people and 25 household heads including himself. The office had mosquito nets only enough for this village. How many mosquito nets were there?
  3. How many hours will two examination papers take in total if the first exam takes 1 hour 50 minutes and another one takes 1 hour 40 minutes?
  4. A boy planned to sleep for 8 full hours but woke up 52 minutes before. How long did he take sleeping/
  5. The top of a rectangular dining table has three equal squares joined together, each square with an area of 1,764cm2

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PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 
REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT 
MOCK  EXAMINATION 
STANDARD SEVEN

MATHEMATICS

TIME: 1:30 HRS                                                           

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. 26.35 + 4.569 =

a.   30.919 b. 31.818 c. 30.809 d. 31.919 e. 30.819

2. 5449 + 2498 =

a.   1268 b. 8437 c. 8374 d. 7947 e. 8347

3. 14 x 113 x 57 =

a. 19497 b. 1921 c. 64410 d. 109497 e. 90,174

4. 178.17 – 9.4956 =

a. 167.764 b. 168.6744 c. 8.3214 d. 187.6656 e. 168.674

5. 6.25 x 0.044 =

a.   0.275 b. 2.75 c. 27.5 d. 2.882 e. 28.82

6. 57780 ÷ 18 =

a.   3110 b. 3210 c. 3201 d. 2310 e. 3310

7. 22 – 42 =

a.   -20 b. 64 c. 20 d. -64 e. 30

8. 99998 – 1009 =

a.   99899 b. 98899 c. 90889 d. 98989 e. 93899

9. 28.9 + 0.17 =

a.   1.70 b. 170 c. 17 d. 29.07 e. 0.17

10. (-3) – (-7) + (+3) =

a.   +7 b. -13 c. -7 d. -10 e. -8 11. 41/4 + 24/5 =

a.   21/20 b. 81/20 c. 31/5 d. 71/20    e. 11/20

12. 4 x 24/5 =

a.   111/5 b. 81/2 c. 101/2 d. 61/2    e. 121/2 13. 111/5 ÷ 6/7 =

a.   131/20    b. 131/15    c. 131/5    d. 132/5    e. 141/15

  1. Convert 0.0125 into percentage

a. 25.1% b. 1.25% c. 25% d. 12.5% e. 125%

  1. Multiply 2km 125 m by 8

a. 16 km 1000m b. 17km c. 16km d. 17km e. 18km 0m

  1. Write 1939 into roman numbers
    1. MCMXXXIX b. MDCCCCXXXI c. MIXXXXIX d. MLDXXXIX e. MMXIX
  2. Find the greatest Common Factor (GCF) of 210 , 105, 

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