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PRIMARY SCHOOL NEW FORMAT COMPETENCE EXAMS
PREMOCK EXAMINATION
STANDARD SEVEN MATHEMATICS
2024
TIME: 1:30HRS
INSTRUCTIONS
SECTION A
2. Solve the puzzles
SECTION B
3.
i. Mrs. Juma baked 120 breads for the school bake sale. In the morning, she sold 35 breads. Her daughter baked another 40 breads to add to the sale. In the afternoon, they sold 70 breads. How many breads did they have left at the end of the day?
ii. A rectangular garden plot has a length of 12 meters and a width of 8 meters. What is the area of the garden plot? If the gardener wants to put a fence around the entire garden, what is the perimeter of the garden?
iii. A soccer tournament has 16 teams. In each round of the tournament, half the teams are eliminated. How many rounds will it take to determine a champion team?
4:
5.
i. In a class, the ratio of boys to girls is 3:5. If there are 24 boys in the class, how many students are there in total?
ii. Simplify the following expression: 5x +2y – x +9y
iii. Write the number 9.9984 into three decimal places
6.
i. Rearrange the digits in the number 64809725 to form the smallest eight digit number and write it in words
ii. In a certain farm ^{1}/_{12} of the animals are donkeys, ^{1}/_{3} are goats, ^{1}/_{8} are camels, ^{5}/_{24} cows and the rest are sheep. Arrange the fractions representing each type of the animal in descending order.
iii. The area of a square farm is 14400m^{2}. What is its perimeter?
SECTION C.
7.
i. The data below shows ages of 24 children playing hide and seek game in a village.
7,8,6,8,6,7,8,6,7,9,6,8
9,7,8,6,6,7,8,7,8,7,9,5
Represent the data in the frequency table below. (5mks)
Age (years)  Tally  Frequency 
5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


ii. The figure below shows a circular fishing pond. If peter went round it once, what distance did he cover?
iii. What is the area of the shaded part in the figure below;
8.
i. The perimeter of the rectangle below is 50 cm. Find its area
ii. A goat is tied with a rope on a tree. If the length of the rope is 14 cm. Find the grazing area of the goat
iii. Work out the area of the triangle below.
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MATHEMATICS
STANDARD SEVEN
SECTION A: MATHEMATICAL OPERATIONS, FIGURES AND WORD PROBLEMS Solve and shade the letter of the correct answer in your answer sheet
NO.  QUESTIONS  NO.  QUESTIONS 
1.  The teacher asked standard seven pupils to solve the following question: 52486 + (7546 – 5988). What answer did they get? A. 60544 C. 70404 E. 54044 B. 45044 D.54440  10.  Joseph multiplied 14 ^{2}/_{5} by 2 ^{7}/_{9} . Which number did he get? A. 30 C. 50 E. 60 B. 20 D. 40 
2.  Kanani hadi 10000 oranges. He sold 6348 oranges. How many oranges did he remain with? A. 6348 C. 2562 E. 4652 B. 3652 D. 3625  11.  13 ^{2}/_{3} litres of milk were shared equally among 30 people. How many litres of milk did each person get? A. ^{41}/_{90} l C. ^{9}/_{5} l E. 50l B. 500l D. ^{5}/_{9} l 
3.  What is the product of 89 and 1001? A. 8989 C. 89009 E. 890890 B. 8099 D. 89089  12.  Alois was asked to convert 0.35% into decimal. Which decimal number did he get? A. 0.0035 C. 3.5 E. 305 B. 0.35 D. 0.00035 
4.  17556 textbooks were distributed equally among 57 schools. How many textbooks did each school get? A. 38 C. 318 E. 380 B. 308 D. 3008  13.  Which fraction among the following has the same value as8 ^{1}/_{3}% ? A. ^{1}/_{24} C.^{1}/_{12} E. ^{1}/_{4} B. ^{5}/_{24} D. ^{1}_{/6} 
5.  Which digit in the number 68370 is in tens place value? A. 6 B.8 C. 3 D.7 E. 0  14.  How is 3 ^{15}/_{20} written in percentages? A. 375% C.325% E.370% B. 315% D. 150% 
6.  A carpenter bought a timber with a length of 3m. If he cut a piece of 1. 986m. What is the length of the remaining timber? A. 1.14m C. 1.124m E. 1.241m B. 2. 986m D. 1.014m  15.  A business man sold MMDCCVII chicks. Write the number of chicks in HinduArabic number A. 277 C. 2777 E. 2077 B. 2007 D. 2707 
7.  An electrical engineer bought 40 pieces of wire with a length of 12.3 each. What is the length of all pieces of wire? A. 4.92m C. 492m E. 4.092m B. 49.2m D. 4920m  16.  Which number when is multiplied by itself the answer is 8281? A. 81 C. 71 E. 79 B. 91 D. 89 
8.  Divide 89.25 by 0.005 A. 17.85 C. 1.785 E. 17850 B. 178.5 D.1785  17.  Find the difference between the greatest prime number and the greatest odd number between 20 and 30 A. 1 B. 8 C. 2 D. 0 E. 4 
9.  The sum of three numbers is 48. Find the smallest number if the first number is of the second and the third is ½ of the first. A. 7 B. 12 C. 24 D. 10 E. 8
 18.  Juhudi reaches home at 1828 hours every day. How is that time written in to 12 hours? format A. 12:28 p.m D. 6:28 a.m B. 12:28 a.m E. 4:28 p.m C. 6:28 p.m

19.  In a class of 80 pupils, ^{3}/_{5} of all the pupils are boys, how many girls does this class have? A. 38 C. 80 E. 22 B. 48 D. 32
 27.  What is the next number in the series below? 0.7, 1.4, 2.1, ___ A. 8.2 C. 2.8 E. 28 B. 3.5 D. 2.6  
20.  Find the Greatest Common Factor of 30, 45 and 90 A. 5 C. 30 E. 25 B. 10 D. 15  28.  Mshana bought a TV set for Sh. 400,000/. He later on sold it for Sh. 300,000/ Calculate the percentage loss that Mshana incurred? A. 10% D. 25% B. 2.5% E. 250%  
21.  Determine the area of the following parallelogram A. 24cm^{2} B. 240cm^{2} C. 204cm^{2} D. 40cm^{2} E. 2400cm^{2}  29.  Find the perimeter of the figure below (Use π = 22 /7 ) A. 110cm B. 55cm C. 180cm D. 90cm E. 220cm
 
22.  Subtract 12 from (7 + 15) A. 8 B. 20 C.4 D. ^{+}8 E. ^{+}20
 30.
 The average of 9 numbers out of 10 is 30. If the 10^{th} number is 40, calculate the average of all ten numbers. A. 270 B. 70 C. 31 D. 35 E. 19  
23.  The area of a triangle is equal to the area of a rectangle whose length is 8cm and width is 6cm. What will be its height if its base is 12cm? A.12cm C. 8cm E. 6cm B.14cm D. 20cm  31.  Simplify: (a^{2}b^{4}) ÷ (a^{2}b^{3}) b^{2} A. 1 C. b^{4} E. a^{2}b^{2} B. ab D. b^{5}
 
24.  The figure below represents a playground. If An athlete runs around it twice, what distance will he cover?
A. 440m B. 360m C. 720m D. 840m E. 880m  32.  How many lines of symmetry does the shape below have?
A. 3 B. 5 C. 1 D. 2 E. 4  
25.  300 schools participated in KESS examination. If out of them 90 schools scored the average of A, calculate the percentage of the schools which scored grade B, C, D and E. A. 30% C. 90% E. 40% B. 70% D. 60%  33.  Veronica is 12 metres North of Agness’ position, and Zenais is 9 metres East of Veronica. What is the shortest position between Zenais and Agness? A. 12 metres C. 15 metres E. 25 metres B. 9 metres D. 21 metres  
26.  Nelson Mandela died at the age of 95 years. If he was born in 1918, in which year did he die? A. 2005 C. 1995 E. 2011 B. 2015 D. 2013  34.  The length of a rectangular garden is three times its width. If the perimeter of that garden is 72m, what will be its total area? A. 9m^{2} C. 27m^{2} E. 243m^{2} B. 343m^{2} D. 443m^{2}  
35.  The size of the classroom is 8m long and 6m wide. How many tiles will be required by a mason to renovate the floor if each tile has an area of 0.4 m^{2}? A. 120 tiles C. 240 tiles E. 48 tiles B. 960 tiles D. 360 tiles  38.  Find the height of the rectangular prism below if its surface area is 2124 cm^{2} A. 1062cm B. 40cm C. 16cm D. 18cm E. 20cm  
36.  The distance between town A and town B is 450km. If an aero plane flies from town A at a speed of 600km per hour, how much time will it take arrive at town B? A. 60minutes C. 30minutes C. 45minutes B. 20minutes D. 1:45minutes  39.  The interior angles of a quadrilateral are in the ratio 1:2:3:4. What is the size of its largest angle? A. 72^{0} B. 108^{0} C. 144^{0} D. 160^{0} E. 80^{0}  
37.  Bell A rings after every 12 minutes and bell B rings after every 15 minutes while bell C rings after every 18 minutes. If they rang altogether for the first time at 4:30pm, at what time will they ring together again? A. 7:30pm C. 6:30pm E. 8:30pm B. 9:30pm D. 5:30pm  40.  How many coins of 500 shillings can be obtained from the following notes? 5 notes @Sh. 2000 2 notes @Sh. 5000 1 note Sh. 1000 A. 45 coins C. 42 coins E. 250 coins B. 420 coins D. 25 coins  
SECTION B: MATHEMATICAL OPERATIONS, FIGURES AND WORD PROBLEMS Work out the following questions by showing clearly their formula and solutions then write the answers in the given spaces  
NO.  QUESTIONS  WORKING SPACE  ANSWERS  
41.  Find the value of ‘X’ in the figure below


 
42.  Standard five pupils were asked to write the sum of all even numbers between 21 and 33 which are divisible by 6. Which numbers did they write? 

 
43.  The mass of 10 logs having the length of 3 m each is 1500kg. Find the mass of 15 logs of this type each having a length of 5 m 

 
44.  In the bus accident 22 people were reported dead, 38 people were injured and 48 people were neither injured nor died. How many people were in the bus before the accident? 

 
45.  Richard uses ½ of his monthly salary for food and ¼ of the salary for buying clothes. If his balance per month is sh. 300,000/=, how much is he paid per month?


 







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A  B  C  D  E 
NO  QUESTION  WORKING SPACE 
 What is the difference between 3.4096 and 2.39? (a)2.1609 (b)0.1096 (c)1.0196 (d)1.9016 (e)0.0196 

 Write the following number in short 700,000 + 20,000 + 0000 + 700 + 60 + 5 (a)942760 (b)720765 (c)92476 (d)72000765 (e)7200065 

 The school forest had 882009 trees. If 48878 trees were harvested and 33167 trees burned. How many trees were left? (a)799,969 (b) 979,964 (c)799,064 (d)9,799,964 (e)799,964 

 Jumbabovu he had a total 3,645,987 cows. What is the total of those cows in the nearest tens of thousands? (a)3,654,310 (b)3,645,300 (c) 3,650,000 (d)3,645,0003 (e)3,646,000 

 Revenue collections for five consecutive years were listed by number. 3, 5, 8, 13 and 20. What is the income for the sixth year in a now? (a)27 (b)31 (c)20 (d)29 (e)30 

 Joan calculated the value of (^{}3) – (^{}3) + (^{}6). Which is the correct answer? (a)^{}6 (b)6 (c)^{}12 (d)^{+}12 (e)0 

 Multiply 5kg 50gm by 50 (a)252kg 50gm (b)2500kg 50gm (c)250kg 2500gm (d)252kg 500gm (e)252kg 5000gm 

 Deka has the ability to plow field in 6 days, and Cheko has ability to plow a field in a 12 days. If they cultivated the field together. How many days will they cultivate it? (a)18 (b)8 (c)4 (d)6 (e)12 

 Think of a number, then subtract twelve from that number, the answer is equal to a quarter of that number. What is that number? (a)4 (b)12 (c)33 (d)12 (e)16 

 5y + 15 students ate 350 oranges. Find the value of “y” if each student ate one orange. (a)77 (b)37 (c)67 (d)186 (e)87 

 Mwanaharusi has 16,500/= shillings. What percentage of money is missing to buy 3 dozen of exercise books, if the price of one exercise book is 500 shillings (a)83.3% (b)8.3% (c)25% (d)0.83% (e)12.7% 

 The sum of five consecutive numbers with four alternating is 315. Which is the biggest number among them (a)63 (b)55 (c)83 (d)101 (e)71 

 Kwetukahe a donkey and some ducks. The total number of legs and heads of both ducks and donkeys is 99. If the number of ducks is twice the number of donkeys. Find the number of donkeys of Kwetukahe (a)18 donkeys (b)33donkeys (c)9 donkeys (d)31 donkeys (e)12 donkeys 

 Jafari and Mary they shared 4,800 shillings. Jafari got 2000 shillings and Mary got 2,800 shillings. What ration did they share? (a)7:5 (b)20:28 (c)5:7 (d)5:14 (e)10:14 

 Five students competed to run 4 phases by reducing 8 steps for each phase. If they started from stage 61. Which one finished all the stages in correct order? (a)61,69,77,85 (b)61,55,71,78 (c)61,53,41,35 (d)61,53,45,37 (e)61,53,47,31 

 Which types of fractions when simplified, give composite fractions? (a)proper fractions (b)Improper fractions (c) Oval fractions (d)big fractions (e) straight fractions. 

 A soda bottle has a volume of 500ml. How many deciliters do 12 cartons of soda bottles carton contain if each contains 24 bottles? (a)14.4 deciliters (b)1.44 deciliters (c)144 deciliters (d)1440 deciliters (e)144000 deciliters 

 Sikujua’s grandmother was born in 1788, and Sikujua was born in 2018. What is the difference in the age of Sikujua’s Grandmother and Sikujua? (a)MDCCLXXXV (b)MMXX (c)XCV (d)CCXXX (e)LXX 

 Calculate the square root of 948676 (a)664 (b)974 (c)976 (d)984 (e)90704 

 Find the sum of the following numbers (a)36 (b)61 (c)576 (d)638 (e)656 

 Simplify the following equation 2(3m – 2n + 5m) (a)11m – 2n(b)12+m – n(c)16m – 4n(d)16m+4n (e)4m4n 

 Find the value of “y” in the following equation; 4 + 3(y – 1)=10 (a)1 (b)4 (c)2 (d)6 (e)3 

 Which order shows the odd numbers between 60 and 70? (a)1 week 1 day (b)2 week 3 days (c)1 week 24hours (d) 1.1 week (e)2 week 1 day 

 It took 192 hours for Mwamtumu to finish her work in the field. That time is equal to how many weeks and days? (a)1 week 1 day (b)2 week 3days (c)1 week 24hours (d) 1.1 week (e)2 week 1 day 

 The average weight of five sacks of rice is 81kg. If the weight of three of those sacks is 73kg, 91kg and 85kg. Find the weight of one of the remaings sacks if their weight are the same (a)156kg (b)81kg (c)91kg (d)78kg (e)71kg 

 504251 what is the value of underlined digit? (a)Tens thousands (b)thousands (Tens (d)Hundreds (Hundreds thousands 

 Find the size of angle ADR in the following figure.
(a)100° (b)20° (c)90° (d)80° (e)30° 

 The athletes ran a distance of 24 kilometers from the Ushirika Stadium to Mweka which is in the north of the field. Then head south east for 30 kilometers and reach Himo. Find the distance between the Ushirika Stadium and Himo (a)18km (b)14km(c)20km (d)42km (e)24km 

 Find the area of the faces of rectangle prism if all its faces are closed
(a)522cm^{2} (b)1044 cm^{2} (c)450 cm^{2} (d)900 cm^{2} (e)744 cm^{2} 

 Extension Officer distributed 200.25litres of pesticides to the 267 farmers. How much volume did each farmer get? (a)1.33 Liter (b)7.5liter (c)1.33 milliliter (d)750 milliliter (e)7.5 milliliter 

 1 left Arusha at 04:50pm and arrived in Dodoma after 4:35 hours. What time did I arrive in Dodoma? Write your answer in 24 hour format. (a)2125 (b)1035 (c)1845 (d)2325 (e)2025 

 Chiku bought a radio for 450,000 shillings and then sold it for 360,000 shillings. How many decimals did Chiku lose? (a)0.2% (b)20% (c)90000/= (d)0.25 €0.2 

 Angle ERM in the following diagram represents one of the angles of Mr.Chatu’s house. What kind of angle is this?
(a)acute angle (b)obtuse angle (c)reflex angle (d)square angle (e)straight angle 

 The rectangular prism has a height of 18cm, a length of 53cm and width of 29cm. find the size of the rectangle. Write your answer in the nearest hundreds. (a)sm^{3} 27,656 (b)sm^{3}27,700 (c)sm^{3} 27,666 (d)sm^{2} 6026 (e)sm^{3} 6026 

 Find the value of “t” in the following figure.
(a)149° (b)38° (c)49° (d)211° (e)62° 

 Johari put 8000,000 shs bank for years and got a profit of 1,540,000 shs, how much interest does the bank gave? (a) (b) (c) (d)(e) 

 The father’s age is three times the age of his son. If the age of his son in 24 years old, how old is the father? (a)54 years (b)51 years (c)60 years (d) 72 years (e)27 years 

 The following shape is trapezium, find its perimeter
(a)76cm (b)84cm (c)96cm (d)384cm (e)108cm 

 A football field has a perimeter of 140 meters, if the width of the field is (x – 2) meter and its length is meters, find the area of the field. (a)540 m^{2} (b)100m^{2} (c)500m^{2} (d)200m^{2} (e)640 m^{2} 

 Find the area of the shaded region (use )
(a)42cm^{2} (b)154cm^{2} (c)22cm^{2} (d)50cm^{2} (e)196cm^{2} 

SECTION B: (10 Marks) MATHEMATICAL OPERATION, FIGURES AND WORD PROBLEMS For each of the questions 41 – 45, use a blue or black pen to work out the answer in the space provided on the OMR form.  
 In the athletic competition. Hamisi went around the following compound 10 times, is it the same as running how many kilometers? (Use


 Massawe had 16 pens and 24 pencils. He decided to distribute 10 pens 15 pencils to his friends. If he sold the remaining number of pens for 300 shillings each, remaining pencils for, 200 shillings each, what was the total amount of money he got? 

 Irene bought the following items: 10kg of rice @ 3,500 shs, 3kg of flours @1,200shs, 3½kg of sugar @2800shs, 2½ of cooking oil @ 6000shs. How many shillings did she have left if she had seven notes of 10,000/=shs each 

 Write the coordinate point of “E” that completes the square figure EFGH as follows H(0,0), G(),3), F(3,3) and E(x,y) 

 In Mjongweni Primary School, if a student gets an A grade in any subject, the school owner pays the teacher 10,000 shs for each A, as motivation in his subject. If science Teacher got 450,000shs how many students got grade A in that subject? 

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41 – 45 on the back page of the OMR form
(A)  (B)  (C)  (D)  (E) 
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.
3  0  5  4  7 
0.5  0.14  
    
Mon.  Tue.  Wed.  Thu.  Fri. 
6  3  7  12  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
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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
a. 25.1% b. 1.25% c. 25% d. 12.5% e. 125%
a. 16 km 1000m b. 17km c. 16km d. 17km e. 18km 0m
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