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ID : F-5-2nd-Quarter-in-School [1] Grade 5 2nd Quarter in School

ID : F-5-2nd-Quarter-in-School [1]

Grade 5 2nd Quarter in School

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(1)

In orchards of northern part of Canada, delicious apples are packed in large boxes of 441 each. How many boxes will be required to pack 1792224 apples ?

(2)

How many pieces can be cut from 126 meter long cloth when the length of each piece is 70 cm?

(3)

Find the largest number that divides 454 giving a remainder of 4 and also divides 560 giving a remainder of 10?

Choose correct answer(s) from given choice

(4)

As part of a charity drive at school, the students collected 99936 packets of food to distribute among the needy. If they distributed the packets among 3123 families, how many packets did each family get?

a.

32

b. 28

c.

35

d. 39

(5)

If sum of both diagonals are same, find the missing value.

5

17

8

17

5

17

2

17

6

17

4

17

7

17

7

17

 

16

18

a.

b.

 

17

17

15

17

c.

d.

 

17

17

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(6)

A number is divisible by 6 if it is

a. Odd

c. divisible by 2 and 3

Fill in the blanks

b. divisible by 3

d. Divisible by 2 or 3

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(7)

A number is divisible by 4 if the number formed by the

 

and

and

places is divisible

by 4

(8)

Fill in the time in words shown on the face of the clock (e.g 2:12 can be written as 12 minutes past

2):

A)

A)   B)  
 

B)

A)   B)  
 
 
  minutes minutes

minutes

  minutes minutes
  minutes minutes
minutes

minutes

minutes
  minutes minutes
 

C)

  C)   D)
 

D)

  C)   D)
 
  minutes minutes

minutes

  minutes minutes
  minutes minutes
minutes

minutes

minutes
  minutes minutes

(9)

In orchards of northern part of North America, delicious guavas are packed in boxes of 43 each.

The total number of boxes required to pack 10621 guavas will be

.
.

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(10) Fill in the time shown on the face of the clock:

A)

D)

: :
:
:

(11) Fill in the blanks:

A)

D)

594 ÷ 18 = R ÷ 15 = 62R14
594 ÷ 18 =
R
÷ 15 = 62R14

B)

E)

in the blanks: A ) D) 594 ÷ 18 = R ÷ 15 = 62R14 B)
: : B) 186 ÷ = 11R10 E) ÷ 18 = 47R16
:
:
B)
186 ÷
= 11R10
E)
÷ 18 = 47R16

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C)

F)

C)

F)

= 47R16 ID : F-5-2nd-Quarter-in-School [3] C ) F ) C) F) : : 879 ÷
: : 879 ÷ 16 = R 457 ÷ = 25R7
:
:
879 ÷ 16 =
R
457 ÷
= 25R7

(12) On his 9 th birthday, Kenneth decided to distribute candies in his class of 25 students. His mom gave him 182 candies to distribute. If he distributed the candies equally in the class, then each

student got

the candies equally in the class, then each student got candies and candies were left with

candies and

equally in the class, then each student got candies and candies were left with Kenneth. (13)

candies were left with Kenneth.

(13)

Fill in the blank with < , > or = sign

2

4 5

4

5

9

(14)

is the largest four digit number which is divisible by 3, 59 and 24

is the largest four digit number which is divisible by 3, 59 and 24

(15) The yearly rent of of the house is $ 385800. If Jeff wants to rent the house for only 10 months, the

rent he pays for 10 months will be $

.

only 10 months, the rent he pays for 10 months will be $ . © 2015

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Answers

(1)

4064

(2)

180

(3)

50

(4)

a. 32

(5)

16

a.

17

(6)

c. divisible by 2 and 3

(7)

units

tens
tens

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(8)

A)

25
25
past
past
9
9

B)

5
5
past
past
11
11

C)

20
20
past
past
5
5

D)

10
10
to
to
1
1

(9)

247
247
 

(10) A)

4
4
35
35

B)

7
7
50
50

C)

10
10
15
15
 

D)

5
5
25
25

E)

12
12
45
45

F)

7
7
10
10

(11) A)

33
33
0
0

B)

16
16
 

C)

54
54
15
15
 

D)

944
944

E)

862
862

F)

18
18

(12)

7 7
7
7

Since 182 candies are to be distributed among 25 students, we need to divide 182 by 25 to get the candies per student and remaining candies. 182/25 = 7 R 7 Therefore candies per student = 7 Remaining candies = 7

(13)

(14)

(15)

< 9912
<
9912

321500

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