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Grade 5
Grade 5 Math
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National Curriculum
Competitive Exams
Large Numbers
Sample Question
In a given number, if you move some digit one place to the left, then the place value of that digit changes by a factor of
A.
10
B.
1
100
C.
1
D.
0
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Multiplication
Sample Question
Jose arranged his toy bulbs in 4 rows with 7 bulbs in each row as shown below
bulbs
Which expression can be used to find the total number of toy bulbs
A.
7 รท 4
B.
4+4+4+4
C.
4 + 7
D.
4 x 7
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Division
Sample Question
Juan paid $1170 to the shopkeeper to buy 78 crayons. What is the cost of each crayon?
A.
$ 91260
B.
$ 22
C.
$ 7
D.
$ 15
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Mixed Operations
Sample Question
You can buy 6 pizzas for $70.80. How much money would you need if you wanted to buy 12 pizzas?
A.
$143.60
B.
$138.60
C.
$141.60
D.
$145.60
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Natural and Whole Numbers
Sample Question
Find the highest common factor (HCF) of 260 and 300.
A.
20
B.
24
C.
260
D.
40
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First Quarter in School
Sample Question
There are __________ zeroes in one crore .
A.
9
B.
6
C.
7
D.
5
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Fractions
Sample Question
There are 42 students in class 4. There are 13 girls in the class. What is the fraction of boys in the class?
A.
29
42
B.
4
42
C.
13
42
D.
42
29
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2nd Quarter in School
Sample Question
If the cost of 19 kg of barley is $2869, what will be the cost of 93 kg of barley?
A.
$ 1767
B.
$13988
C.
$14043
D.
$151
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Decimal Numbers
Sample Question
A snail crawls 67 cm in 44 minutes. It crawls another 48 cm in 32 minutes. How many metres does does it crawl in total?
A.
1.09
B.
115
C.
1.15
D.
0.115
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Geometry
Sample Question
Which of the following represents a location in space and has no length or width.
A.
point
B.
line segment
C.
ray
D.
line
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Percentages
Sample Question
An electrician bought an old TV for $810. He then spent $70 for fixing it, and then sold it for $976.80. What is the percentage of his gain?
A.
9%
B.
11%
C.
8%
D.
13%
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3rd Quarter in School
Sample Question
What is the smallest number that should be added to 16.17 to give an even number?
A.
1.83
B.
1
C.
0.83
D.
2.83
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4th quarter in school
Sample Question
Find the next figure.
A.
B.
C.
D.
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Logical Reasoning
Sample Question
When a number is put into the machine below, a different number comes out. If 2 goes in, 4 comes out. If 3 goes in, 5 comes out. If 4 goes in, 6 comes out.
9
↓
Number Machine
→ ?
If 9 goes in, what number should come out?
A.
11
B.
15
C.
13
D.
9
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5th - Overall review
Sample Question
The largest factor of any number is:
A.
The number itself
B.
Zero
C.
Two
D.
Ten
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