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PART A

Q1. Fill in the Blanks: (10×1=10M)

1. The place value of the first digit to the right of the decimal point is obtained
by dividing it by __________.
2. 100 mm = _________m.
3. The boundary of a closed figure is called its _________________.
4. A _______________ is a three dimensional rectangular object where all the
three dimensions are not equal.
5. The standard unit of volume is ________________.
6. A diagram that uses vertical or horizontal bars of equal width to show the
number of items under each category is called a
________________________________.
7. 2.5 kg = _________________g.
8. Fractions having 1 as their numerator are called _________________
fractions.
9. 7 cm 4 mm = ____________mm.
10.1000 m = _________ km.

Q2. State whether the following are true or false: (10×1/2=5M)

1. A cube is a two dimensional object. (_______________)


2. Area cannot be measured using a ruler. (________________)
3. While comparing like fractions the fraction with the greater numerator has
greater value.(____________)
4. The standard unit of mass is gram.(____________)
5. A mixed number is always greater than 1.(_______________)
6. 9kg 950g = 99500g (______________)
7. For equivalent fractions the cross products are not equal (_____________)
8. In ¾ , 4 is the numerator and 3 is the denominator. (_____________)
9. The perimeter of rectangle is 4 × side (_____________)
10.The net is a pattern that you can cut and fold to make a model of a solid
shape. (____________)
Q3. Tick the correct answer and fill in the blanks: (10×1=10M)

1. 50cm +50cm = __________


(a) 1m (b)100mm (c)10m (d)200mm

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2. The decimal form of is ___________
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(a) 0.43 (b) 0.043 (c) 4.3 (d) 43.0
3. The perimeter of _______________ is four times the length of the side.
(a) Rectangle (b) Square (c) cube (d) cuboid
4. 5 min 5 sec = ___________sec
(a) 305sec (b) 505sec (c)155sec (d)125sec
5. __________________is used to weigh heavier objects.
(a)Kilogram (b) Gram (c) Milligram (d) None
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6. 7 × 100 + 3 × 10 + +
10 1000

(a) 703.170 (b) 73.17 (c) 730.107 (d) 730.17

7. 4500 mg = ______________g

(a) 45 g (b) 450 g (c) 4.500 g (d) None

8. In bar diagram the _____________ explains what the bars represent.

(a) title (b) label (c) Data (d) None

9. 435 h = _______ days __________ h

(a) 18 , 3 (b)3 , 18 (c) 36 , 3 (d) 3 , 36

10. 2 l 20 ml = ______________ml

(a) 2000 ml (b) 2020 ml (c) 2200 ml (d) 2002 ml


PART B

Solve the following: (10×2=20M)


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Q1.(a)Convert mixed number into improper fractions: 8
5

80
(b)Convert improper fractions into mixed numbers:
7

Q2. (a)Write in expanded form: 12.05

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(b)Write the number: 9×1000 +8×10+ +
100 1000

Q3. (a)Add (b)Subtract

M mm l ml

6 5 5 0 7 9 4 0 3

+ 1 5 4 5 7 - 4 3 9 8 0
Q4. The breadth of a rectangle is 15 cm shorter than the length. The length
measures 60 cm. Find the perimeter of rectangle.

Q5. Ramus school bag weights 1 kg 205 g while his elder sister Minus bag weights
1 kg 250 g. Whose bag is heavier and by how much?

9 5 13 3
Q6.(a) Write in ascending order : , , , ,1
8 8 8 8

16 4 2 11
(b) Write in descending order : 1 , , , ,
15 15 15 15
Q7. Mallika bought white curtain material of length 11m 75cm and red curtain
material of length 13m 15cm. Find the total length of the material bought?

Q8. (a) Convert 800 seconds into minutes and seconds

(b) Convert 12 days 5 hours into hours

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Q9. (a)Write 4 equivalent fractions for :
16
70
(b) Simplify following fraction to simplest form :
91

Q10.The perimeter of a square tile is 160 cm . Find its side .

PART C

Solve the following: (5×3=15M)


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Q1. Sujata used of cooking oil that she had bought in the first week and in the
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second week. What fraction of the cooking oil has been used up? What fraction of
the oil remains?
Q2. In the beginning of the month Mrs Revati had a stock of 35kg of wheat and
10kg 300g of dal. At the end of the month she found that she is left with 8kg 90g
of wheat and 1kg 175g of dal . Find how much wheat and dal were consumed
during the month?

Q3. Convert the following:

1) 10h 27min to min

2)1001h to days and hours


3)12min 54sec to seconds

Q4. A barrel contains 56 l of petrol. It is poured into cans of capacity 5 l 30 ml , 7 l


900 ml , 13 l 750 ml. Find the quantity of petrol still left in the barrel.
Q5.The residents of a certain locality had given the details of how they kept
themselves occupied in their free time. The details were recorded in the form of a
bar graph. Study the graph and answer the questions.

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TV Reading Internet Music Visiting friends

Q1. Which is most popular?

Q2.How many more people enjoyed watching TV than browsing the internet?

Q3.Which is least preferred form of entertainment?