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The City School, PAF Chapter, Junior Section

Comprehensive Reinforcement Worksheet # 2

Junior Section Comprehensive Reinforcement Worksheet # 2 Subject: Math Year 5 Q1. Mental Math: a) The

Subject: Math

Year 5

Q1. Mental Math:

a) The angle measuring 90° is called

b) The sum of angles in a triangle is always

c) The total distance around a 2D shape is called

d) The unit of length that is used to measure the distance is called

e) 1 centimeter =

f) One litre is equal to

g) The sum of angles around a point is always

h) The perimeter of a shape is the sum of all

i) A square has all 4 sides

j) A rectangle has

millimeters.

millilitres.

around it.

opposite sides equal.

k) The amount of space inside the boundary of a 2D shape is called

l) The sum of angles on a straight line is always

m) The coordinates of an origin are

n) The x-axis is also known as

axis.

o) The y-axis is also known as

axis

p) In quadrant 3, the values of the x and y coordinates are

q) The probability always lies between

r)

s) An equilateral triangle has three equal sides and its three angles must be

t) In probability, an event that will definitely occur is

u) The units for measuring mass of any object are

v) The triangle that has at least one right angle is called

w) The sum of angles in a square is always

x) The unit of length that is used to measure the thickness of any small object is

y) Area of a rectangle can be measured by

z) Perimeter of a square can be measured by

and

A

shape

is made up of two or more shapes joined together.

and

(formula)

(formula)

Q2. Draw the following angles:

a. 64°

c.

125°

b. 40°

d.

110°

Q3.

Use a protractor to measure the angle in each figure below.

(a)

x
x

(b)

x
x

°

Q4. Calculate the value of y in each figure below. (The figures are not drawn to scale.)

(a)

y 43° 18°
y
43°
18°
(The figures are not drawn to scale.) (a) y 43° 18° (b) ° y 125° 113°

(b)

°

y 125° 113°
y
125°
113°

Q5.

°

Calculate the value of z in each figure below. (The figures are not drawn to scale.)

(a)

(c)

z °
z
°
z 39°
z
39°

(b)

°

z 55° 37°
z
55°
37°

(d)

°

z 72° 41°
z 72°
41°

°

°

Q6. Compare using ˂ or ˃ signs:

a. 1265 ml

1.2 l

d. 0.45kg

455 g

b. 8280 ml

8.28 l

e. 2.3km

2000m

c.

987 g

0.9

kg

Q7. The length of a rectangular field is 80 m. The width of the field is half its length.

(a)

Find its width.

(b)

Find the area of the rectangular field

(c)

Find the perimeter of the rectangular field.

Q8. The perimeter of a square piece of paper is 24 cm. Find the area of the paper.

square piece of paper is 24 cm. Find the area of the paper. Perimeter = 24

Perimeter = 24 cm

cm 2

Q9. The following compound shapes are made up of rectangles. Find the area and perimeter of each compound shape.

(a) 15 m
(a)
15 m
Perimeter = m 6 m 12 m Area = m 2 5 m (b) 8
Perimeter =
m
6
m
12 m
Area =
m 2
5 m
(b)
8
cm
Perimeter =
cm
3 cm
6
cm
Area =
cm 2
shape. (a) 15 m Perimeter = m 6 m 12 m Area = m 2 5

6 cm

Q10.

What is the estimated area of the shape?

Q10. What is the estimated area of the shape? Q11. Solve the following questions. a) What

Q11. Solve the following questions.

a) What is the area of a square which has a length of 6cm?

cm 2

b) The side of a regular pentagon is 7cm. What is the perimeter?

c) The area of a square is 36cm. What is the perimeter of the square?

d) A rectangular swimming pool measures 5 m by 4 m. What is the perimeter?

e) The perimeter of a rectangle is 22 cm. The area is 28cm.What is the length if breadth is 4cm?

f) What is the perimeter of square whose side is 50cm?

g) A square field yard measures by 6m each side. What is the area?

h) What is the perimeter of a regular octagon that has its side measuring 3mm?