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MathematicsParent’s Signature

Name: ( ) Marks:

Duration: 45 minutes

Section A (8 x I mark)

Out of the 4 options given, only one Is correct. Choose the correct answer

(1) 30000

(2) 3000

(3) 300

(4)30

(2) 20 tens

(3) 20 hundreds

(1) 5224

(2) 5274

(3) 52 240

(4) 52740

following is the greatest possible number?

(1) 24999

(2) 24499

(3) 24099

(4) 23999

5. What is the missing number in the number pattern below?

19647, 19747, 19847, 19947,___________

(1) 19047

(2) 19900

(3) 20047

(4) 20057

6. Which of the following is not a factor of 42 and 60?

(1) 6

(2) 2

(3) 3

(4)4

(1) 3/8

(2) 3/4

(3)1/4

(4)1/2

(1) 24/5

(2) 14/5

(3) 13/5

(4)8/5

9. Rewrite 12 798 in words.

10. Find the difference between 48623 and 81 841.

Express your answer to the nearest ten.

11. What is the quotient when 5 607 is divided by 6?

12. Form the smallest 5-digit whole number by using all the

digitsbelow.

13. What is the sum of 3/4 and 5/12 in the simplest form?

14. Megan bought a total of 862 pens. There were 219 red pens and

55 more blue pens than red pens. The rest were green pens.

How many green pens were there?

15. At a stadium, there were 243 women and 4 times as many men as

women. There were 392 more children than adults, How many children were at

the stadium?

16. The table shows the number of stamps collected by some girls.

How many stamps were collected in all?

1) 3498

2) 34 098

3) 34 908

4) 34 980

1) 40

2) 400

3) 4000

4) 40000

3. Subtract 589 from 20 hundreds. Round off the answer to the nearestten.

1) 400

2) 580

3) 1400

4) 1410

factor of 84?

1) 83

2) 57

3) 55

4)85

2) 59 077, 50567, 57 567, 58 880

3) 66 700, 66 070, 60 760, 60076

4) 78221,78211,79281,79282

2) 75 thousands, 29 hundreds, 3 tens

3) 75 thousands, 30 hundreds, 53 tens

4) 75 thousands, 62 hundreds, 30 ones

1) 19650

2) 19850

3) 20000

4) 20050

1) 3and27

2) 3 and 12

3) 6andl8

4) 6 and 30

1) 2900÷5

2) 2910÷5

3) 2930 ÷5

4) 2950÷5

10. Which one of the following numbers is 37 400 when rounded off to

the nearest hundred and when rounded off to the nearest ten?

1) 37449

2) 37405

3) 37 395

4) 37 387

1) 48th

2) 12th

3) 8th

4) 4th

12. Round off each number to the nearest hundred. Then estimate the

difference.45 778—3932

1) 41 850

2) 41 870

3) 41 900

4) 42 000

1)1/3

2)1/7

3)2/9

4)2/11

14, There were 3076 red marbles in a box. There were 4 times as many

blue marbles as red marbles in the box. How many marbles are there

in the box altogether?

1) 615

2) 769

3) 12304

4) 15380

15. The clock in the hall Shows 20 minutes to noon. If the clock is 45

minutes slower than the actual time, what is the actual time?

1) 1O.55a.m.

2) 11.35 a.m.

3) 12.25 pm.

4) 1.05 p.m.

triangles. If 2 more small triangles are shaded, what fraction of the

figure will beshaded?

1)1/2

2)2/3

3)3/5

4)5/8

17. Jolina is 12 years older than Thea. Their total age is 58 years. How

old is Jolina?

1) 41

2) 35

3) 29

4) 23

18. Study the figures below carefully.

The area of figure A is bigger than the area of figure__ while

the perimeter of figure A is longer than the perimeter of figure__

1) B,C

2) C,B

3) D.C

4) B, D

19. There are 3480 women in an auditorium. The total number of people

in the auditorium is 6000 when rounded off to the nearest hundred.

What is the greatest possible number of men in the auditorium?

1) 2569

2) 2570

3) 2669

4) 2670

20. Mrs Rosevelt bought 5 similar boxes and 4 similar bags of cookies.

She had a total of 2700 cookies. There were 360 cookies in each

box. How many cookies were there in each bag?

1) 475

2) 450

3) 300

4)225

* END OF BOOKLET A *

Name: _________(

Class: Primary 4

Parent’sIGuardjans Signature

PrImary 4 Mathematics

Booklet B

27 February 2012

Do not turn over this page until you are told to do so.

This booklet consists of 15 printed pages including the cover page.

Write down your answers in the Spaces provided. For questions which

require units, give your answers in the units stated. Show all Workings

clearly.

22. Use the digits below to form the smallest 5 digit number that is

divisibleby 5.

23. What is the missing number in the box?

58426= 50 000 +[?] + 20 + 400

24. Study the number pattern below. What is the missing number?o not

73294, 63193, 53092, [?] , 32890

25. List all the factors of 27.

26. Which 3 fractions will give a sum of 1?

5/6,7/12,1/6,1/4,1/3

27. There are some balls in a box. In order to win a prize, Tanya must

guessthe exact number of balls in the box using the clues given:

. It is divisible by 4.

. The sum of its digits is 21.

. It is 880 when rounded off to the nearest ten.

What is the exact number of balls in the box?

number is divided by 6, the remainder is also 1. What is the greatest

possible number if the number is less than 55?

29. Gopal was paid $126 for working 6h. How much will he be paid if he

worked for 8h?

[?]÷4=37R2

32. Mrs Tamochi needs 508 buttons to sew on Some cushioncovers. The

bttons are sold in packets of 10. If each packet of buttons cost $9, what

is the least amount of money that Mrs Tamochi needs to buy enoughbuttons to

sew the cushion covers?

Find the area of square B.

34. The digit in the 4 boxes is the same. What is the missing digit?

35. List the first 2 common multiples of 3, 4 and 8,

36. A piece of yellow ribbon is 1/5m long. A piece of green ribbon is 1/10m

longer than the yellow ribbon. What is the total length of the yellow and

green ribbons? Leave your answer in the simplest form.

37. 4 plastic files and 3 staplers cost $33. If each stapler costs $4

morethan each plastic file what is the cost of 11 such staple?

38. Aberlyn takes 5 minutes to fold a paper flower. She needs to fold 52

paper flowers to decorate a hall. If she starts folding at half past 9

inthemorning, at what time will she complete folding all the 52 paper

flowers?

39. Josephine gave the cashier $500 to pay for 9 blouses of the same type.

She received a change of $68. How much did each blouse cost?

40. 8 teams are taking part in a rugby tournament. Each team must play

against each of the other teams. How many games will be played in the

tournament?

41. There were 20 000 trees in an orchard 15 488 were apple trees. The

rest were orange and pear trees. If there were 3678 more orange trees

than pear trees, how many pear trees were there in the orchard?

42. Eugene is 12 years old. His father is 4 times as old as he is. What

will their total age be in 10 years’ time?

Shop B. Shop B sold 184 fewer stalks of roses than Shop C. Shop B sold 792

fewer stalks of roses than Shop A. How many stalks of roses did the 3 shops

sell altogether?

44. 28 people from a children’s home visited Discovery Cove. They paid a

total of $184 of entrance fees. How many adults from the home Visited

Discovery Cove?

Layer 1

Layer 2

Layer 3

Layer 4

b) Cheryl is able to arrange 8 layers with all the cards. How many

black cards did she receive altogether?

each box. There were 4 rotten oranges in each box. He threw them away and

packed the remaining oranges into packets of 8. He gave each guest at a

party 2 packets of oranges each. How many guestswere there at the party?

Founded in 1887

PRIMARY 4

MATH E MATI Cs

Total Time

Section A:

Section B to D:

lo minutes

1h

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES

Do not turn over this page until you are told to do so.

Name:

Class: __________

Date:

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Primary 4.

28 February 2012

I -

2_

3__—--

4——

lo

Section B

each.

Foc each question, four options are given. One of them is the correct

answer. Make your

choice (1,2. 3 or 4). Shade the oval (1, 2, 3 or 4) on the Optical Answer

Sheet.

(15 marks)

(1) 4 tens

(2) 4 hundreds

(3) 4 thousands

(4) 4 ten thousands

(1) 700x50

(2) 700x60

(3) 800x50

(4) 800x60

(2) 100 hundreds.

(3) 1 000 hundreds

(4) 1 000 thousands

(1) 49870

(2) 58 870

(3) 60 870

(4) 69870

15 The graph below shows the number of apples Farmer Joe sold in a week.

What is the difference between the greatest and the least number of apples

Farmer Joe sold over the week?

(1) 150

(2) 200

(3) 300

(4) 350

(1) 6

(2) 7

(3) 8

(4) 9

7 What isthe number?

(1) 6

(2) 7

(3) 8

(4) 9

16. What is the sum of the first two common multiples of 6 and 8?

(1) 24

(2) 48

(3) 72

(4) 144

19 Each pupil has to sell 8 tickets for a funfair. There are 42 pupils in

each class.What is the total number of tickets sold by 6 classes?

(1) 252

(2) 336

(3) 588

(4) 2016

20 Mrs Rajoo takes 4 seconds to cut a log cake into two identical pieces as

shownbelow. How long would it take her to cut the log cake into 8 identical

pieces?(Hint: use the diagram to help you)

(1) 24

(2) 28

(3) 32

(4) 36

21. A number when rounded off to the nearest ten gives a value of 1 890.

What is this number?

There are 90 pupils in a Library Club. The table shows the number of books

the childrenborrowed in a week.

22. How many pupils borrowed only 1 book?

24.Using the given digits, form the greatest 5-digit even number with the

digit 4 in thehundreds place.

95025, 96050,_____ 98100

26. Lamp posts are placed 30 m apart along a foot path. What is the

distancebetween the third and the seventh lamp post?

27. Rosa bought 3 dresses and 4 blouses for $580. The cost of 1 blouse is

half thecost of 1 dress. How much did Rosa pay for the dresses?

28. Raymond had 60 marbles more than Nick. After Nick had given 35 marbles

toRaymond, Raymond had twice as many marbles as Nick. How many marbles

didNick have at first?

29 Tom had 412 books. He packed them into bundles of 4. He sold each bundle

at$36 each. How much did he collect?

30. Machine A makes 1 000 curry puffs in an hour. Machine B makes 175 curry

puffsfewer than machine A. How many curry puffs can both machines make in

24 hours?

31 Janice bought 3 similar books and 2 pens. One book cost twice as much as

onepen. He gave the cashier $100 and received $36 as change,What was the

cost of 1 book?

32 Alex, Ben and Clive had a total of 360 cards. Alex had 2 times as many

cards asBen. Clive had 3 times as many cards as Ben. How many cards did

Clive have?

33. Mrs Lee wants to put the children in herclass into groups.If she puts 4

in each group, there Will be 2 children left,If she puts 6 In each group,

there will be 4 children short.How many pupils are there in Mrs Lee’s

class?

Rosyth school

(1) ones

(2) tens

(3) hundreds

(4) thousands

(1) 5

(2) 50

(3) 500

(4) 5000

(1) 78099

(2) 78 499

(3) 79049

(4) 79100

(1) 6

(2) 7

(3) 9

(4) 4

5) Miss Lee’s age is a multiple of 7 this year. Next year, her age will be

a multiple of 9.How old is she this year?

(1) 21

(2) 28

(3) 35

(4) 36

Form the greatest five digit even number using all thedigits listed below.

5, 3, 7, 1, 8

71 236, 71 362, 72 123, 72 312

____,______,_____,_________

Greatest smallest

A number when rounded off to the nearest hundred is7 800, What is the

smallest possible value of thisnumber?

the number.

Abu and Bobby shared 240 cards.Abu received 50 more cards than Bobby. How

much wasAbu’s share?

is the least number of muffinsshe should buy if she wants 2 muffins for

herself as well?

The soccer coach had fewer than 20 balls to give to theboys. If he gave

each boy 3 balls, he would have 6 ballsleft, However, if he gave each boy 4

balls, he would needanother 2 balls. How many balls were there?

Adam has 64 stickers He has twice as many stickers asBen. Ben has 4 times

as many stickers as Camy.How many stickers do they have altogether ?

the total cost of a pen and a book.

The total number of blue, yellow and red beanbags in the PE room is 153.

There are twice as many yellow beanbags as blue beanbags and thrice as many

red beanbags as yellow ones. How many fewer blue beanbags than red beanbags

are there in the PE room?

—ENO OF PAPER

AI TONG SCHOOL

I In which of the following numbers does the digit 2 stand for 200?

(1) 2690

(2) 3420

(3) 4712

(4) 5290

(1) 5

(2) 2

(3) 3

(4) 6

(1) 3615

(2) 30615

(3) 36015

(4) 36 150

(1) 14000

(2) 14200

(3) 14260

(4) 14 270

5. 5 xl0000+4x10 + 6xl00+l =

(1) 54016

(2) 54061

(3) 54601

(4) 54610

(1) 16

(2) 24

(3) 32

(4) 42

(1) M

(2) A

(3) Z

(4) F

of 7. What is the number?

(1)1160

(2)1167

(3)1210

(4)1216

9 Find the difference between the third multiple of 7 and the sixth

multiple 0f 5.

(1) 9

(2)2

(3)21

(4) 30

10.Which of the following figures contains both parallel and perpendicular

lines?

(1) 3269

(2) 23 284

(3) 24 274

(4) 24 284

12 61 x58isthesameas 58 x 58 +________

(1) 61

(2) 174

(3) 3

(4) 3538

(1)1/4

(2)2/4

(3)2/8

(4)4/16

(1) 30°

(2) 60°

(3) 90°

(4) 120°

7612, 7162, 7216, 7621

Using the line AB, draw another line such that ∠ABC = 50°.Label the line

BC.

Arrange the following from the smallest to the greatest fraction.5/10 , 7/8

, 1/4

A whole number is 6500 when rounded off to the nearest hundredWhat is the

smallest possible value of the number?

25.A 5-digit odd number is made up of four different odd digits and a

zero.What is the biggest possible number to be formed?Fill in the boxes

with the correct digits.

26 Write down one common factor of 14 and 28 which is more than 1 and not a

multiple of 2.

27 How many right angles are there inside 4 squares and 3

rectanglesaltogether?

28 A florist wants to pack flowers into boxes of 8 flowers each. If she has

1243flowers, what is the least number of boxes needed to pack all the

flowers?

29 The sum of two numbers is 360. If the bigger number is 4 times the

smallernumber, what is the smaller?

30 There are 128 rows of seats in a school hall. Each row has 48 seats.

364 seats are not occupied. How many seats are occupied?

31 Mrs Tan has an equal number of $2, $5 and $10 notes. She has $170.How

many notes did Mrs Tan have?

32 Noah is 3 kg heavier than Seth. Seth is 2 kg lighter than Joseph. How

muchheavier is Noah than Joseph?

33 Jason paid $108 for 6 watches and 4 pens. A watch Costs $3 more than a

pen. Find the cost of a pen.

34 Ruths age is a multiple of 5. Next year, her age Will be a multiple 0f

4. If Ruth is less than2Oyears old, how old is she now?

35 Peter has 5 times as many picture cards as James. They have 1140 picture

cards altogether. How many picture cards must Peter give to James so that

they will have the same number of cards?

36 The sum of all the factors of 27 is the 4th multiple of a number. What

is thenumber?

37 Joanne is at Point J and facing North-west Four other points, A, B, C

and Dare marked In the grid.

(a) Which point is Joanne facing?

(b) If she makes a 3/4 -turn anti-clock wise, which point will she face?

38 In the diagram below, PQ is a straight line.

(a) Draw and name a line RS such that RS is parallel to PQ.

(b) Draw and name a line QT such that QT is perpendicular to PQ.

39 Ben had $28 and Cai Ying had $16. After Ben gave some money to Cai Ying.

Cai Ying had $4 more than Ben. How much did Ben give to CaiYing?

40 Farmer Abraham Collected many apples. He threw away 159 rotten apples

and sold 2867 apples. He collected another 853 apples and found that he had

1285 apples left. How many apples did he collect at first?

41 At a sports meet, there were twice as many adults as girls and thrice as

manygirls as boys. There were 190 more adults than boys.

(a) How many more adults than girls were there at the sports meet?

(b) How many people were there altogether at the sports meet?

42 Jacob bought 2 similar pairs of pants and 5 similar shirts for $249.30.

If eachpair of pants cost $49.90, what was the cost of each shirt?

43 David had 45 more stickers than Solomon at first. After Solomon lost 15

stickers, David had three times as many stickers as Solomon. How many

stickers did David have at first?

SEMESTRAL ASSESSMENT I

2012

1. Which of the following is sixty-four thousand and six in figures?

(1) 646

(2) 6406

(3) 64 006

(4) 64 060

the nearest hundreds.

(1) 30000

(2) 30 700

(3) 30800

(4) 31 000

(1) 754

(2) 770

(3) 6 086

(4) 6 096

4. Mary arranged 65 rows of chairs for her party. In each row, there

were 12 chairs. How many chairs were there in total?

(1) 130

(2) 650

(3) 770

(4) 780

(1) 8m 9cm

(2) 8 m 90 cm

(3) 80m 9cm

(4) 80 m 90 cm

cm, what is its length?

(1) 27cm

(2) 54 cm

(3) 66cm

(4) 90cm

7. The table below shows the mass of different items.Mr. Ho bought 1 bag of

flour, 1 bag of sugar and 1 bag of rice. Whatwas the total mass of the

items he had bought?

(1) 2kg 50g

(2) 3 kg 550 g

(3) 4 kg 50 g

(4) 4 kg 550 g

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8. The diagram below shows a four-sided figure.Which line is perpendicular

to line AD?

(1) Line AD

(2) Line BC

(3) Line AC

(4)Line DC

(1) 15

(2) 24

(3) 29

(4)45

(1)8 ¼

(2)8 ½

(3)8 7/8

(4)9 7/8

11. Cindy had some stickers at first.She gave 39 stickers to Johnson and

bought another 78 stickers.If she had 97 stickers after this, how many

stickers did she have atfirst?

(1) 20

(2) 58

(3) 136

(4)214

What number am I?

(1) 21

(2) 28

(3) 42

(4)49

(1) lOandl8

(2) 15and27

(3) 25and36

(4) 45and 90

14. At the funfair, each ticket cost $3. For every 3 tickets purchased, the

4th ticket would be given free. Leslie paid $54 for some tickets. Howmany

free tickets did he receive?

(1)6

(2) 9

(3) 18

(4)24

15. What fraction of the figure below is shaded? Give your answer in its

simplest form.

(1)1/2

(2)1/3

(3)2/3

16. Write seventy thousand, six hundred and eighty-five in figures.

17. Find the value of 503 x 26.

18. The area of the figure below is 72 cm2.The breadth is 8 cm.What is its

length?

19. Construct a line within the grid which is parallel to line XY passing

throughpoint A.

20. Measure and write the size of ∠ABC.

21. Ali was standing in the box marked ’X’ facing East. He turned 270°

clockwise Which direction is he facing now?

22. Arrange the following in descending order,2 3/5,1 4/5,2 5/6,1 4/5

23. Mdm Rosie baked 175 cupcakes.She sold of the cupcakes and gave the rest

away.How many Cupcakes did she give away?

24. Find the difference between 48229 and 7588. Round off the answer to

thenearest thousands.

25. How many 20-cent coins are there in $4.80?

26. Mr. Cheng has some sweets. If he puts the sweets in bags of 6 or 8.

There will be no sweets left,If he puts the sweets into bags of lo, there

are 8 sweets left.What is the least number of sweets Mr. Cheng has?

27. The area of Square P is 4 times the area of Square R. The area of

Rectangle Q is twice the area of Square P. The length of Square R is 1 cm.

Find the length of Rectangle Q.

28. The figure below is made up of 2 rectangles.What is the perimeter of

the figure?

29. Draw a line perpenc1icua to WX passing through point F.

3O The figure below is not drawn to Scale..Find the area of the shaded part

of the figure.

31 Express 7(2/9)as an Improper fraction.

32. Findthevalueof 4-(3/8)-1(1/2) Leave your answer as a mixed number in

the simplest form.

33. Study the pattern below and fill in the blank.49, 64, 81, 100,121, ____

, 169,196,225,

34. There were 40 pupils in primary 4A. 2/5of the pupils stayed in

Tampines. 1/4 of the pupils who stayed in Tampines were boys. How many

girls inprimary 4A stayed in Tampines?

35 Fahana used 2/5 kg of sugar on Monday and 3 times as much sugar

onTuesday. What was the total mass of sugar she used on these two days?

Express your answer as a mixed number in its simplest form.

36. There were 40 pupils in Team A. Each pupil received 3 erasers. The same

number of erasers was given out to the pupils in Team B and each pupil got

2erasers. How many pupils were there altogether?

37 Melissa had some beads. She used 1/4 Of the beads for an art project and

gave 5/12 of the beads to her friends. She had 56 beads left in the end.

How manybeads did Melissa have at first?

38. Amy spent $2109 during the Great Singapore Sale. She bought a laptop, a

camera and a watch. The laptop cost $899 and the camera cost $295 less than

the laptop. How much did she spend on the watch?

39. a) Mrs. Tan does her laundry once every 2 days. Mrs, Lee does her

laundryonce every 3 days while Mrs, Ong does her laundry once every 8 days.

If all ofthem do their laundry on 1st of August, on which day would they

do theirlaundry together again in the same month?

b) In the South-Zone table tennis competition, there were 6 teams

altogether All the teams must play against each other only Once. How many

matcheswere played altogether?

40. The total mass of 4 packets of rice and 3 packets of sugar is 2210g.

Ifa packetof sugar is 80g lighter than a packet of rice, what is the mass

of 5 such packetsof Sugar?

41 Mary went shopping with some money.In Shop A, Mary spent 2/3 of her

money on a blouse. At the bookstore, Maryspent 1/4 of her remaining money

on a book. Finally, she spent all her money tobuy 2 CDs at $15 each. How

much did she have at first?

42. Siti had 6 times as many apples as David at first. After Siti had given

450apples to David, they had an equal number of apples.a) Find the number

of apples David had at first.

b) David gave away some apples and had half the number of apples Sitihad.

How many apples did David give away?

43 Mr. Tan’s salary is $3544, Mrs. Tan’s salary is 3/4 of Mr, Tan’s salary.

a) What is Mrs. Tan’s monthly salary?

b) Mr. and Mrs. Tan spend2/7 of their monthly salary on transportation and

twice asmuch on groceries. They spend $200 on clothes every month. They

save the rest on their money. How much do they save in a year?

44. Siti, Rahmesh and Peter had 528 stickers at first. Siti bought another

32stickers, Ramesh gave 1/5 of his stickers away and Peter was given as

many stickers as he had at first by his father. In the end, all three of

them had equal number of stickers. Find the number of stickers Siti had at

first

-End of Paper-

2012

PRIMARY 4

MATHEMATICS

(1) 9 (2) 8

(3) 3 (4) 5

(3) 1 3/5

(4) 1 4/5

(1) 2 2/9

(3) 2 3/9

(2) 2 1/3

(4) 2 2/3

isthe best estimate of ∠y?

(1) 55°

(3) 125°

(2) 90°

(4) 180°

(1) North-east

(3) North-west

(2) South-east

(4) South-west

10. Fandi bought 12 pens that cost $3 each and 10 pencils that cost $0.50

each. He gave the cashier a 50-dollar note. How much change did he

get back?

11. Jane ate 2/7 of a cake for breakfast and 1/7 of it for tea. What

fraction ofthe cake was left?

(1)3/7 (2)3/14

(3)4/7 (4)11/14

12. Renee ran a distance of 4/5 km. James ran 3 times as far as her. What

was the total distance that both of them ran?

(1) l 3/5km

(3) 3 1/5km

(2) 2 2/5km

(4) 3 4/5 km

13. In the figure below, ABCD is a square. Given that ∠CBE = 7O°,

find ∠DBE.

14. Study the number pattern below. What is the missing number in thebox?

177,457,757,[ ],1417

the following is G?

(1) 18 (2) 36

(3) 46 (4) 54

17. Write twenty-four thousand, seven hundred and twenty-seven innumeral.

18. List all the factors of 45.

19. Find the value of 3234 ÷ 6.

20. Arrange the following numbers in descending order.[25 755, 27 757, 25

575. 27 577]

21. Write down all the common multiples of 4 and 6 that are smaller than30.

22. What is the missing fraction in the box?Express your answer in its

simplest form.10-[]= 3/8

23. Rahmat baked 68 cupcakes. He packed them into boxes. Each box could

contain up to 8 cupcakes. What was the minimum number of boxes he used to

pack all the cupcakes?

24. Daniel had 18 cookies. He gave 3 cookies to Alice. He ate 1/3 of the

remaining cookies. How many cookies did Daniel eat?

25. XY Is a straight line. Construct an angle such that ∠XYZ = 110°.Mark

and label the angle.

26. Container A contains 7/9 litres of water.Container B contains 2/3

litres of water.Find the total amount of water in both containers. Express

your answerin its simplest form.

27. Mrs Lee is 40 kg. Her son is 7 kg lighter than her. Find the totalmass

of Mrs Lee and her son. Express your answer in its simplestform.

28. Tommy has 28 marbles. Tommy has 2/5 as many marbles as Alice.How many

marbles does Alice have?

29. Rafie has 24 765 stamps. His uncle gives him another 1047 stamps.How

many stamps does Rafie have now? Round off your answer to the

nearest thousand.

30. In the figure below, AB, CD and EF are straight lines. They meet at the

centre marked ‘O’.a) Name the marked angle in the figure below.

b) Measure the marked angle.

31. The figure below shows a line AB and a point C. Draw a

lineperpendicular to AB passing through point C.

32. In the figure below, JKLM is a rectangle. Given that ∠NKL = 55°,find

the sum of ∠a, ∠b and ∠c.

33. Yisanumber. 2/7 ofYis8. What istwiceofy?

34. Every time Nigel saved 60Ø, his father put another 30Ø into his

savings.When Nigel had $13.50 in his savings, how much of it had been

putinby his father?

35. The diagram below shows the different locations in a park. Anna is

standing at the spot marked with a Y and is facing the swing. She makes a

180° turn anti-clockwise and then a 3/4turn clockwise. Which location is

she facing now?

36. Claire bought 3/4kg of prawns on Monday. She bought 5/6kg moreprawns on

Tuesday than on Monday. What was the total mass ofprawns she bought on both

days? Express your answer in its simplestform.

37 In the figure below, ABCD is a rectangle. ∠y is 1/2 of∠x. ∠y is 2/3

of∠z. Find ∠z.

38. Ahmad scored 84 marks for his Science test. Stella scored ofAhmad’s

score. Stellar scored 7/8 of Raja’s score. What was the totalmarks that the

three children scored?

39. Christina had $200. She spent 2/5 of her money on a pair of skates.

She also bought a book that cost 1/8 of what she had paid for theskates.

How much money had she left?

40. Auntie Lucy received $22 for every frying pan she sold. She also

received a bonus of $85 for every 10 frying pans she sold. She sold

139 frying pans. How much money did she receive altogether?

41. There was a total of 80 pens and pencils in Ace Stationery Shop. There

were 4 times as many pencils as pens. After 34 pencils and some penswere

sold, there were 3 times as many pencils as pens left. How manypens were

sold?

42. Andy, Benny and Calvin have a total of 2040 stamps. Andy has twiceas

many stamps as Benny. Benny has 200 stamps more than Calvin. How many

stamps does Benny have?

43. Mrs Tan bought some packets of sweets. She gave 3 sweets to each

of the 15 girls and 2 sweets to each of the 19 boys in her class. Shegave

her son the same number of sweets that she had given to all theboys and

girls in her class. She had 4 sweets left in the end.(a) How many sweets

did Mrs Tan give her class?

(b) How many packets of sweets did Mrs Tan buy if there were 5sweets in one

packet?

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PRIMARY 4

MATHEMATICS

(1) 5

(2) 2

(3) 9

(4) 4

2. Find the difference between 8 403 and 2 628.Round off the answer to the

nearest hundred.

(1) 5700

(2) 5800

(3) 6200

(4) 6300

(1) 12421

(2) 12556

(3) 16021

(4) 16156

(1) 1207

(2) 1007

(3) 127

(4) 107

(1) 22

(2) 24

(3) 56

(4) 72

6. In the number line shown below, which mixed number does the letter

Astand for?

(1) 5 1/3

(2) 5 1/4

(3)6 1/3

(4) 6 1/4

(1)1/2

(2)3/7

(3)5/9

(4)7/12

(1) 30

(2) 60

(3) 3

(4) 675

(1) 5

(2) 9

(3) 12

(4) 15

10. There are 12 red beads and 8 blue beads in a container. What fraction

of thebeads in the container is blue?

1. 1/3

2. 2/5

3. 3/5

4. 2/3

11. Jane has 36 clips. She gives 4/9 of the clips to her Sister. How many

clips has sheleft?

(1) 16

(2) 20

(3) 27

(4) 32

(1) 7 6/15

(2) 7 6/10

(3)7 9/10

(4) 8 1/10

(1) 23cm2

(2) 46cm2

(3) 76 cm2

(4) 166cm2

14. How many angles within the figure below are bigger than a right angle?

(1) 9

(2) 7

(3)5

(4) 4

15. Study the figure below carefully. How many more triangles must be

shaded so that 3/4 of the figure is shaded?

(1)5

(2)7

(3)10

(4)12

18. How many right angles does the minute hand make when it moves from 2

p.m. to3.45 p.m. on the same day?

(1) 6

(2) 7

(3) 3

(4) 4

17. Which of the following marked angle is greater than a right angle but

smaller than2 right angles?

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

rectangles.Find its perimeter.

(1)80cm

(2)96cm

(3)120cm

(4)384 cm

19. Part of a 2 m wire is cut and bend into a square and a triangle as

shown below.The triangle has 3 equal sides. What is the length of the

remaining wire?

(1)55cm

(2)85 cm

(3)115 cm

(4) 175cm

20. A box can be filled up with either 40 big marbles or 60 small marbles.

If there are10 big marbles in the box now, how many more small marbles are

needed to fill upthe box?

(1) 15

(2)30

(3)45

(4) 50

21. Form the smallest 5-digit number with the digits 3, 8, 0, 5 and 6 that

is divisibleby 5. Each digit can be used only once.

22. Complete the number pattern.24 064, 24 082, 24 100,___, 24 136

23. Express 16/6 as a mixed number in its simplest form.

24. How many pairs of perpendicular lines are there in the figure below?

25 14/35 = []/30 What is the missing numerator in the box?

26. The perimeter of a rectangle is 48 cm. The length of the rectangle is

thrice itsbreadth. What is the breadth of the rectangle?

27.The figure below is not drawn to scale. It is made up of a rectangle and

a squareA. Find the area of the shaded part of the figure.

28. 7-(3/8)=[ ]

29. In the figure below, name the line that is parallelto line AE.

30. What is the missing number in the box?

31. Mark ∠CEB In the diagram below. Use a protractor to measure ∠CEB.

The graph below shows the number of books borrowed by class 4B from January

to May of a certain year. February’s figure is left out in the graph below.

Study the graph and answer questions 32 to 34.

32. What is the total number of books borrowed from March to May?

33. If 2/3 of the books borrowed in January were English books, how many

booksborrowed in that month wore non-English books?

34. If the pupils borrowed a total of 770 books over the five months,

complete the bar graph aboveby drawing the missing bar that represents the

number of booksborrowed in February.

35. 213 children shared some boxes of pencils. After they had taken 16

pencils each, there were 2 pencils left. How many pencils were there at

first?

36. Lovell uses some black and white beads to make a bracelet. For every

black bead used, she uses three white beads. She uses black beads at the

beginning and end of the bracelet. If she uses 20 black beads in all, how

manywhite beads does she use to make the bracelet?

37. Thaddeus is facing the Northwest direction. He first made a 1/2 turn in

the clockwise direction followed by a 3/4 turn in an anti-clockwise

direction. Inwhich direction will he be facing in the end?

38. 2/3 of a number is 10. What is 1/5 of the same number?

39. The following figure is not drawn to scale. Find the perimeter of the

figure.

40. How many 4 cm by 4 cm squares can be cut from a rectangular board

measuring24 cm by 20 cm?

41. Johnny and Kenneth have a total mass of 81 kg. If Johnny is 3 kg

lighter thanKenneth, what is Kenneth’s mass?

42. The pupils of class 4A were selling coupons for the school carnival.

For every 8 coupons sold, they received 4 star tokens. If they received a

total of 32 star tokens, how many coupons did they sell?

43. Jim spent 1/4 of his money on lunch and 1/3 of his money on a pencil

case.(a) What fraction of the money did he spend?

(b) If he had $15 left, how much money did he have at first?

44. Farmer John owns a total of 40 ducks and goats on his farm. If thetotal

number oflegs of the animals is 108, how many ducks does Farmer John have?

45. There were strings of different coloured lights on a Christmas tree.The

red lights lit once in every 2 seconds, the green lights lit once in every

5 seconds and theyellow lights lit once in every 10 seconds. How many times

would the threecoloured lights lit together in half a minute?

Primary 4 Mathematics

Booklet A

1) 83090

3) 85 090

2) 84 190

4) 94 090

1)30 2)300

3) 3000 4) 30000

1) 1280

3) 10174

2) 9 940

4) 10460

4. In the figure below, which of the following two lines are parallel?

1) AD and EF

3) AF and CE

2) BFandDE

4) DGand EF

5. How many common factors are there in the numbers 36 and 42?

1)3 2)4

3)5 4)6

1) 40010 2) 40000

3) 39891 4) 39991

1)A 2)B

3)D 4)E

8. When rounded off to the nearest hundred, there are 7600 cans of food

Collected during a food donation drive. What is the greatest possible

number of cans collected?

1) 7649 2) 7651

3) 7749 4) 7751

9. In the figure below, how many angle(s) is/are smaller than 2 right

anglesbut larger than a right angle?

1) 1 2)2

3) 3 4)4

1) 460° 2)54°

3)134°

4) 144°

1)A

3)C

2) B

4)D

12. What is the missing number in the box?6(8/12)=[]/3

1)2 2)4

3)20 4)80

(1/3)

1.3(1/12),3(1/3),3(1/4),3(1/6)

2.3(1/6),3(1/4),3(1/3),3(1/12)

3.3(1/3),3(1/4),3(1/6),3(1/12)

4.3(1/12),3(1/6),3(1/4),3(1/3)

14. A jar contained 7/10ℓ of water. A glass contained 1/2ℓ less water than

thejar. How many litres of water did the jar and the glass contain

altogether?

1) 1/5ℓ

2) 9/10ℓ

3) 1(1/5) ℓ

4) 1(9/10)ℓ

15. The bar graph below shows the number of visitors to a museum over four

months. A total of 60 boys and 80 girls visited the museum in the

fourmonths. How many more adults than children visited the museum overthe

four months?

1) 140

3) 340

2) 200

4) 480

hamsterswere sold, what fraction of the pets sold were guinea pigs?

1)2/3 2) 2/5 3) 3/5 4) 3/7

3/4turnin an anti-clockwise direction?

1) Clinic 2) Library

3) School 4) Park

1) 1(3/8)

2) 1 (5/8)

3) 2(3/8)

4) 2(5/8)

19. Mrs Soh bought a 4-kg cake for a party. Her family ate 1 2/3 kg of the

cake. Then she gave away 1 1/6 kg of cake to her neighbours. How muchcake

did she have left?

1) 1 1/6 kg 2) 1 5/kg

3) 2 1/6kg 4) 2 5/6kg

20. The table below shows the number of girls and boys in two classes.

If there are twice as many girls as boysin Primary 4B, how many girls

are there in Primary 4A?

1) 15

3) 36

2) 18

4) 51

21. Find the product of the 8th multiple of 2 and the 3rd multiple of 7.

22. Look at the pattern below. How many will there be in row 7?

23. What is the missing mixed number in the box?

24. In the box below, draw a line perpendicular to XY that passes through

point A.

25. Which line is parallel to QS and perpendicular to TR?

26. Using the straight line YZ given below, draw ∠XYZ equal to

135.Label∠XYZ clearly.

27. Lina has 319 red beads and 34 fewer green beads than red beads.

Shewants to pack all of the beads into packets of 8 beads. What is the

smallestnumber of packets she needs to pack all the beads?

28. The figure below is made up of 18 identical triangles. How many more

triangles must be shaded so that 2/3 of the figure is shaded?

29. The table below shows the total marks Esther scored in English,

Chinese,Mathematics and Science.Esther’s Science marks were half of her

Chinese marks. How many marks didshe obtain for English?

30. The graph below shows the amount of money saved up by four siblings to

buy a car. The car costs $98 015. How much more money do they need tosave?

31. The graph below shows the amount of milk in 5 pails. If every litre of

milk can fill 4 cups with milk, how many such cups can pails A and D fillin

all?

32. The product of two facing pages of a book is 210. What are the two

pages?

33. After 728 library books have been loaned to pupils,4/11 of the books

remained in the library.How many books were there at first?

34 When Hui En turns through an angle of 225° in the anti-clockwise

direction, she will face the orchid garden. Where was she facing at first?

35. Cain had 96 marbles. 32 marbles were yellow, 24 were red and the rest

were blue. What fraction of the marbles were blue? Leave your answer in the

simplest form.

36. There were 8 groups of participants at a Workshop. Each group had

49participants. The participants were then regrouped into 7 groups. How

many

participants were there in each of the 7 groups then?

37. There are 19 times as many pupils as teachers at a concert. 1f there

are 75teachers and 809 girls, how many boys are there at the concert?

38. Mr Heng received a bonus of $4842. He gave his wife of 1/3 of it. Then

heshared the remaining amount equally with his two daughters. How much did

each daughter receive?

39. Baker Weng had a sack of flour weighing 24 kg. He used 5/8of it to bake

bread. How much flour did he have left? Leave your answer in kg.

40. 3 children were told to round off the number of sweets in a bag to the

nearest ten. Adil’s answer was 50. Boaz’s answer was 60 while Rani’s

answer was 70. The actual number of sweets is a 2-digit number that is a

multiple of 7. The sum of the digits in the number is 9. Which child gave

thecorrect answer?

41. Muthu bought 20 apples, 9 kg of bananas and 8 kg of papaya. He paid for

all the fruits with a fifty-dollar note. How much change will he receive?

42. Amanda read 1/3 of a book on Saturday and 2/9 of the same book on

Sunday. She had 1020 pages left to be read. How many pages were there in

thebook?

43. Jacob and Paul had an equal number of trading cards. In a game, Jäcob

lost 73 of his trading cards while paul lost 145 of his trading cards. Then

Jacob had fourtimes as many trading cards asPaul. How many trading cards

didPaul have at first?

44. Mrs Lim bought 3/8 of the shoes at a closing down sale of a factory.

She paid$9 for each pair of shoes. If all the shoes cost her $1323, how

many pairs ofshoes were on sale?

45. At a durian plantation, there Were a number of durians on sale. For

every 16durians bought, 2 durians were given away free. Mr Yusoff received

a total of 96 durians free while Mr Hong received 112 durians free. If

there were 45 durians left, how many durians were on sale?

46. A number of pupils were told to stand in a straight line to welcome the

guest-of-honour at a concert. The distance between every 2 pupils was

1m.The pupil in the middle was 9m away from the third pupil in the line.

How many pupils were there in the line altogether?

(1) 6tens

(2) 6 hundreds

(3) 6 thousands

2. Round off the sum of 87645 and 489 to the nearest hundred.

(1) 88000

(2) 88100

(3) 88130

(4) 88134

3. The numbers below are arranged in ascending order.What are the missing

numbers in the blank? 14635,15436,______,_____,16563, 17291

(1) l2andl5

(2) l2andl8

(3) l8and2l

(4) 21and27

5. Which one of the following length of strings can be cut into equal

lengthsof 2 cm, 4 cm and 5cm without any remainder?

(1) 10cm

(2) 20 cm

(3) 30cm

(4) 50cm

6. Whiçh one of the following numbers when rounded off to the nearest tenis

4 860?

(1) 4865

(2) 4864

(3) 4854

(4) 4851

(1) 138

(2) 198

(3) 1 038

(4) 1098

is the total mass 0f 2 such diaries and an album?

(1) 65g

(2) 260g

(3) 390 g

(4) 455g

The table below shows the number of books sold by Mr Lim in 5 days.Study

the table and answer questions 9 to 11.

9. 3/4 of the books sold on Monday were Chinese books. How manyChinese

books did Mr Lim sell that day?

(1) 9

(2) 18

(3) 27

(4) 34

10. What is the difference between the total number of books sold

onweekends and weekdays?

(1)34

(2) 46

(3) 126

(4) 160

11 On Saturday, the first 50 books were sold at $10 each. The rest of the

books were sold at $8 each. How much, did Mr Lim collect on Saturdayfrom

the sale of the books?

(1) $490

(2) $500

(3) $580:

(4) $138O

12 . 5/6 + 5/6 + 5/6 = 15/[ ] .What is the missing number in the box?

(1) 6

(2) 18

(3) 24

(4) 216

1) 4/6

2) 14/6

3) 4/18

4) 14/18

(1) 9

(2) 6

(3) 3

(4) 11

15. 4/9 + [ ]/18 = 5/6 What is the missing number in the box?

(1) 1

(2) 6

(3) 7

(4) 8

16. Ray collected 48 stamps. He gave 1/3 of them away.How many stamps had

he left?

(1) 16

(2) 32

(3) 36

(4) 42

17.What is the size of the angle in the figure below?

(1) 65°

(2) 75°

(3) 115°

(4) 125°

(1) AB

(2) CD

(3) EF

(4) GH

(1) A

(2) 8

(3) C

(4) D

ABCD?

(1) 9cm

(2) 18cm

(3) 36 cm

(4) 81 cm

METHODIST GIRLS’ SCHOOL (PRIMARY)

The graph below shows the growth of a bean plant, Study the graph carefully

and answer questions 21 and 22.

21 What is the increase in height of the bean plant from Day 6 to Day 7?

22. How many days does it take for the bean to grow from 1 cm to 4 cm?

23. What is the greatest number, which when rounded off to its nearest

hundred, is 4 700?

24. [ ]+7=191R3.What is the missing number in the box?

25. Using the digits 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7, form the smallest 5-digit even

number.

26. I am a 2-digit number. I have 4 factors. All my factors are

oddnumbers.I am between 10 and 20. What number am I?

The table below shows how the pupils from Primary 4A come to school,Study

the table carefully and answer questions 27 and 28.

27. How many pupils in Primary 4A walk to school?

28. How do most of the pupils in Primary 4A come to school?

29. 4 5/6=l+1+1+[ ]/6 What is the missing number in the box?

30. In the number line below, what is the value of X?Express your answer as

a mixed number In its simplest form.

31. Jayne had a whole bar of chocolate.May had only part of an identical

chocolate bar.Jayne gave 1/4 of her chocolate bar to May.Both girls had the

same length of the chocolate bar in the end.What fraction of the chocolate

bar had May at first?

32. Mrs Lee baked 3 pizzas.She ate 5/8 of a pizza and gave 1/2 of another

pizza to her son.What fraction of the pizza was left?Express your answer as

a mixed number.

33. Find the sum of 1/5 , 2/15 and 1/3. Express your answer in its simplest

form.

34. (a) Name a line that is parallel to EF.

(b) Name a line that is perpendicular to MN.

35. Use a set square and a ruler to draw a line perpendicular to WXthrough

the point Z. Mark and label the angle.

36. The diagram below is not drawn to scale. ABCD is a rectangle.

∠EAFistwicethe sizeof ∠DAE.Find ∠DAE.

37. The figure below is made up of 2 identical rectangles and a square.What

is the length of DM.

38. Draw an angle at B such that ∠ABC = 125°Mark and label the angle.

Study the diagram carefully and answer questions 39 and 40.

39. The school is _____ of the MRT station.

40. Angela is standing at the MRT station facing her house. She makes a

3/4- turn in an anticlockwise direction. Where would she be facing?

41. Carlene spent 1/7 of her money on magazines and 1/2 of her remaining

money on a dress. She had $27 left.(a) What fraction of her money was not

spent?

(b) How much money did she have at first?

42. There are 3 times as many chicken pies as beef pies in a shop.(a) There

are 36 chicken pies. What is the total number of pies in theShop?

(b) The beef pies were sold at $3 each and the chicken pies at $2 each.How

much did the shopkeeper collect from selling all the pies?

43. At a concert hall, the number of men was 3 times the number of

women.The number of women was 5 times the number of children.(a) There were

125 children. How many more women than childrenwere there?

(b) How many men were there?

44. Ali wants to hang 3 bird cages between Cage A and Cage E as shownin

the figure below.The distance between Cage A and Cage E is 3m.The distance

between Cage C and Cage E is twice the distancebetween cages A and C.(a)

How far Is cage C from cage A?

(b) Cage B is 1/2m from cage A and 1 1/4m from cage D.How far is cage D

from cage E?Express your answer as a mixed number.

45. Jess, Mabel and Kay had 192 beads altogether.Kay had 16 beads more than

Jess, and 44 beads more than Mabel.After Jess had given 4 beads to Mabel,

and Kay had given some beadsto Mabel, all of them had the same number of

beads.(a) How many beads did Mabel have at first?

(b) How many beads did Kay give to Mabel?

Rosyth School

(1) 45000

(2) 45200

(3) 45 260

(4) 45 300

(1) 2and4

(2) 3and4

(3) 8and24

(4) 24 and 36

(1) 360x20+36Ox7

(2) 360x2+360x7

(3) 300x2+6Ox7

(4) 3x27+6x27+0x27

(1) 3/4

(2)2 3/4

(3) 3 3/4

(4)3 3/5

(1) 9

(2) 2

(3) 18

(4) 4

6. Find the unknown angle in rectangle below. Figure is not drawn to scale.

(1) 2°

(2) 12°

(3) 22°

(4) 32°

(1) ∠ABD

(2) ∠ABE

(3) ∠CBD

(4) ∠CED

8. What is the second common multiple of 9 and 18?

(1) 18

(2)2

(3) 3

(4) 36

(1)8/3

(2)9/3

•(3)11/3

(4)18/3

(1) 5 3/4

(2) 4 4/8

(3) 5 5/8

(4) 5 4/12

11. Ali spent $10 and saved the rest. If he saved $2, what fraction of

hismoney did he saved?

1. 1/5

2. 1/6

3. 5/6

4. 2/3

12. What is the area of a rectangle of length 14cm when its breadth is

half its length?

(1) 21 cm2 .

(2) 28 cm2

(3) 56cm2

(4) 98cm2

13. The figure below shows 2 identical squares (not drawn to scale).The

area of a square is 36 cm2. Find the perimeter of the figure.

(1) 36cm .

(2) 42cm .

(3) 44cm

(4) 48 cm

14. Each student is given a set of 180 marbles. 73 of the marbles arered

and the rest are blue. If there are 13 students, how manyblue marbles are

there altogether?

(1) 221

(2) 949

(3) 1391

(4) 2340

15. The figure below is not drawn to scale. What is the length of AB?

(1)8 cm

(2)13cm

(3)15cm

(4)25cm

The Une gi-aph below shows the number of pupils who went overseas dun ng

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

18. If the total population of pupils was 300, how many pupils did not go

overseas in June?

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(1) 10

(2) 30

(3) 40

(4) 60

17. What was the total number of pupils who went overseas in Jurie?

80

100

190

220

100

110

120

130

homework after lunch and the rest after dinner. What fraction of his

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

20. EnQi Is at the Orchard MRT station. She notices that the North-bound

train

arrives every 4 minutes and the South-bound train arrives every 6 mInutos.

If both trains arrived at 8.00 a.m., when would be the next time both the

(1) 8.02 a.m.

(2) 8.10a.m.

(3) 8.12 am

(4) 8.24a.m.

For questions 21 to 40, show your working dearly in the space below each

question and write your answer in the answer boxes provIded. Give your

answers

21. 76 342=7 ten thousands +6 thousands + Elhundreds ‘+4 tens -‘2 ones

L J

22. A 4 digit whole number wou’d be 1 900 when rounded off to the nearest

I I

75

X H

600

LI

25. How many litres of water are there in the beakers shown bebw? Give your

answer a a fraction.

n il

26. Write a mixed number to show the fraction of the set of circles shaded.

1 1

[J 1

9

to

3m

[___

I:

[ _

29. How many angles inside the figure shown below are greater than a right

angle?

30.

North

lo

31. The figure below shows 2 squares (not drawn to scale). The perimeter of

¡AJ

L cml

32. Mary had m of cloth. She cut away rn. What Is the length of the cloth

loft?

1 mJ

33. Ravi bought 16 candies. He ale 3 candies and gave 7 candies to his

friends. What fraction of the candies was left? Give your answer in its

simplest form.

L ii

I’

34. Identity the pair of perpendicular lines given in the figure below.

•——

—•••

*_

C---

35. In the figure below, how many lines are parallel to line AB?

I: I

12

The bar graph shows the number of pupils who soered Band 1 for Mathcmatjc

in 4 primary four classes. Study the graph carefufly and answer questions

36

and 37.

37. If there are 168 pupils altogether n these four ciasses, how many

pupils do

not have Band I in Mathematics?

L :!

Number of

pupils who

scored

Band I

P4 Classes

— — - -, -

36. Complete the table lo stiow the Information given in the bar graph.

13

38. Jerry gave of his marbles to his friends and of them to his brother.

39. There are 160 puddings In a box. of them are mango puddings and the

rest of them are durlan puddings. How many durian puddings are there?

40. Farah had some pencils, When Farah tried to pack the pencils into packs

of

6, she had a remainder of 5 pencils. When she tried to pack the pencils

into

packs of 5, she found that she had a remainder of 2 pencils. What is the

14

For questions 41 to 45, show your woddng clearly In the spaœ belòw each

question and wdte your answers in the blanks provided. The marks for each

41. of the people at a school carnival were boys, of them were glus and

(a) What fraction of the people were adults?

(b) If there were 240 boys, how many girls and adults were there

altogether?

Answer (a) (2 m)

(b)_________ (2 m)

15

42. Chandra has 273 beads and Damlen has 149 beads. How many beads

must Chandra give to Damlen In order for both of them to have an equal

number of beads?

16

flhrij _

If Irfan wants his tower to roach the 8th level, how many sticks does he

need?

17

44. At a party there were 36 chIldren. The boys were given 3 balloons each

and

the girls were given 5 balloons each. If a total of 154 balloons were

giver’

out, how many balloons were given to the girls at the party?

1g

45. Lamp posts are installed every 12 m along a road. Between every 2 lamp

posts, there are 4 shrubs. Altogether there are 652 shrubs along this road.

a) How many lamp posts are there along this road?

12m

Answer: (a) (2 m)

(b)_ (2 m)

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ANSW’R 810E 7

SCHOOL : ROSYTH

TERM : SAl

[QQ9 L

31)Perimeter of square-28

Side of square-*284 = 7

AreaofsquareA-)7x7 49cmì

32)1/3-)3/9

7/9—3/9 = 419M

33)16/16—3/16 = 13/16

13/16—7/16 = 6/16

6/162 = 3/8

34)BDI DA

35)2 pairs

Page 1 to 2

page 1

36)28 / 20

37)AltogetI1er-3 + 28 = 66

66 + 34 = loo

100 + 20 = 120

168—120 48pupils

38)1/4 -7/8

39)l/8-*160÷g 20

20 x 3 = 60 durian puddings

40)17 pencils.

8/8—5/8 = 3/8

b)2u-) 240

1u-24O÷2 = 120

6u—120 6 = 720

422+2 = 211

211 — 149 = 62

Check

149+62=211 163+1=164

44)36 z 5 = 180

180—154 = 26

5—3 = 2

26+2 = 13 (boys)

36—13 = 23 (girls)

23 x 5 = 115

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AI TONG SCHOOL

2012

SEMESTRAL ASSESSMENT I

DURATION : 1 H 45 MIN

PRIMARY 4

MATHEMATICS

I NSTRUCTIONS

Name

Class

Parent’s Signature

Date

. —. ——

: Primary

Marks:

Section A

Questions I to 14 carry 2 marks each. For each question, four options are

gIven. One of

them is the correct answer. Make your choice (1, 2, 3 or 4). Shade the oval

(1, 2. 3 ór 4)

(1) 20

(2) 200

(3) 2000

(4) 20 000

2 Which of the following numbers is 15 010 when rounded off to the nearest

10?

(1) 15106

(2) 15016

(3) 15014

(4) 15004

(1) 21 314

(2) 21 414

(3) 21 514

(4) 21 614

. FC

(1) AF

(2) ED

(3) FD

(4) FC

(1) 13

(2) 23

(3) 872

(4) 1472

6 54isnotamultipleof

(1) 9

(2) 6

(3) 3 —

(4) 4

7 There were 298 passengers who boarded the cable car to Sentosa in the

morning.

Each cabin could carry 6 passengers. What Is the least number of cabins

needed

(1) 48

(2) 49

(3) 50

(4) 51

(1)

(2)

12

(3) 3.!

(4) 3

9 Johan has 40 marbles. He gave of it to his cousin. How many marbles had

he

left?

(1) 8

(2) 10

(3) 32

(4) 50

P4MathSAl 2012

- 1 ___

lo Mr Cheng finished polishing and waxing his car at 1.25 p.m.., He took

lj.h to wash

.-.,.. 4 .

(2) 10.04a.m.

(3) lO.14a.m.

(4) 10.46a.m.

5 2

(1)1

10

(2) 3.

(3)

(4)

12 The figure below is made up of a square and a circle. The area of the

shaded circle

is 16 cm2 Given that the area of the square is 4 times the area of the

circle. What is

?cm

(1) 64cm

(2) 16cm

(3) 8cm

(4) 4cm

13 Look at the composite figure below. What is the perimeter of the shaded

figure?

70cm

130cm

(1) lO0cm

(2) 200 cm

(3) 360 cm

(4) 900cm

P4 Mpi 3M 2012

14 Q

O +O=B

(1) 1

(2) 2

(3) 3

(4) 5

dahSA12O12 6

Section B

provided. For

questions which require units, give your answers in the Units stated. . .

(40 marks)

Ans: _____

Ans: ______

---..

Ans

18 Form the smallest five-digit yen number using all the digits below.

0, 7, 8, 2, 5

Ans:

3 10 12

4 6, 12 16

20 1459x9=

Ans: ______ and _______

— - — —- . -. —— -—- - -- -

Ans:

Ans: .

57

Ans:

23 In the figure below, ABCO is a square. LADE = 25°. Find the value of ¿p.

Ans:_

24 In a car park, there are 35 cars and motorbikes. If there are 120 wheels

altogether,

----------- -

Ans:

Ans:

iB

‘C

6 6

— 7

31 Jasmine is tanding in the middle of the 8-point compass facing North-

West.

area.

Ans:

cm2

NE

NE

Ans:

12

rectanglo&

The totál arëa is 54 òin. The breadth of each rectangle is 3 cm. What is

the

Ans: _____________ cm

carpet if

15m

12m

Ans: m2

13

Section C

Show your

working cIeary in the space provided below each qbéšt1n âM Wñtë your

añswers in the

35 $6427 was shared among Paul, Tom and Dick. Paúl received 1235 less than

Torn

and Dick received the same amount as Paul. How much money did Tom receive?

Ans:

[3J

36 Sammy has thrice as many biscuits as Medin. The total number of Sammy’s

and

Meihn’s biscuits is twice that of Amy’s. The three of them have a total of

210

biscuits. How many more biscuits does Sammy have than MeiIin?

—-_-- -_-

14

length of the

square is. 7 cm and the breadth of the rectangle is 9 cm. What is the area

of the

rectangle?

Ans:

. j3j

38 Bala enjoys eating chocolate. Each day, he would eat 2 more chocolate

than the

15

39 A piece of wire, 144 cm long, is cut into two eqùal pieces, A and B.

Wire A is benito

form a tiiangle. Wire B is cut into two pieces again and used tõT&thi à

rèctang(e and

The perimeter of the triangle is 3 times the perimeter of the square. Find

the breadth

of the rectangle.

Ans:

If there were 48 girls, how many people were there at the party?

[4j

Ans: ______________.__(4J

16

41 Lydia makes patterns using black and white beads and match sticks as

shown

below. .

(b) How many matchsticks does she need to complete Pattern 305?

Ans:(b)_ j2j

17

42

10cm

15cm

a) find ¿xand

b) the area of the shaded part.

D C

q— ________________

18

43 Linda had 424 beads and Mary had 188 beads. After each of them gave away

an

equal number of beads, Linda had thrice às many beads left as Mary.

(b) _[3J

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TERM : SAl

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2 3 4 3j4 4 3 3 1 __

29)

jQlO I Qi 1 Q14JÇ’

I 2j4 31:

23)65e 24)25

28)8

ANSW 1EET

30)15

31)South-West

32)72cm2

33)30cm 34)130m2

Page 1 to 3

page 1

35)

$61923 = $2064

210±6 = 35

lunit = 35 biscuits

35x3 =105

105—35 = 70

37)28 X 2 =56

56—18 = 38

38±2 = 19

19 x 9 = 171cm2

38)5 + 7 + 9

6 + 8 + 10

7 + 9 + 11

Ans: 7

39)1443 = 48

18 + 18 = 33

48—36 = 12

12±2 = 6

40)3/5 Girls

48+3 = 16

16 x 5 = 80 (no.of chi$dren)

80±4 = 20

20 x 7 = 140

$6427

Page 2

41)a)i)6 ii)14

b)305 x 2 = 610

... 610+2=612

42)a)90 — 20 = 70

702= 35

= area of rectangle

= 10 x 20 = 200

b)

118—118 = 70

.

, lu

2 units

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SEMESTRAL ASSESSMENT I

MATHEMATICS

11 MAY2012

BOOKLET A

20 questions

40 marks

For each question, four options are given. One of them is the corred

answer.

Make your choice (1, 2, 3 or 4). Shade the ocrect oval (1, 2, 3 or 4) on

the Optical

Answer Sheet. .

(1) 19714

(2)

19740

(3) 90714

(4)

90740

2. 1!

. 4

(1)

(2) 2-

(3) 3

(4) 3

3. How many angles inside the figure below are bigger than a right angle?

(1) 6

(2) 2

(3) 3

(4) 4

4. Jane took 15 minutes to eat her lunch. She finished eating at 1.10 p.m.

(1) 1.25a.m.

(2) 1.25p.m.

(3) 12.55a.m.

(4) l2.55pm

5. Alice had 20 cookies. She gave of them away. How many cookies did she

give away?

(1) 8

(2) 2

(3) 12

(4) 4

6. What is the value of the digit 4 in the sum of 12437 and 52 431?

(1) 4000

(2) 400

(3) 40

(4) 4

7. Ethan turned 90° clockwise and is facing north-west now. Where was he

facing at first?

(1) North

(2) South-west

(3) South-east

(4) North-east

(2)

8. 5_(_1=i+.

(1)

(2) 3.

(3)

(4) 6

lines?

(1) //

//

// /

(3)

(4)

CHAWEL

(1) 5 .

(2) 2

(3) 3

(4) 4

11. toget4..?

(1) 7

(2) 11

(3) 13

(4) 18

12. A pail was hatf-fÌl)ed with water. Jack transferred the water from the

pail into

How much water can the pail hold when it is completely filled with water?

(1) 3f l4Omf

(2) 4t4Omf

(3) 6f 280mt

(4) 8f 80mt

13. A bus leaves a bus terminal every 15 min. The first bus leaves at 8.00

a.m.

How many buses would have left the bus termmal from 8.00 a.m. to 9.55 a.m.?

(1) 6

(2) 7

(3) 8

(4) 9

J BUen 7

frVomenI

On which day is the difference in the number of women and men who attended

(I) Dayl

(2) Day2

(3) Day3

(4) Day4

15. A 2-kg cake was shared equally among 9 friends. How much of the cake

did

(1) kg

(2) --kg

18

(3) kg

(4)

14. The graph below shows the number of people who were present at a

football

. .

0 200

1000

16. Sitj bought 2 dolls and 3 books. The cost of 1 doll is twice the cost

of I book.

She paid $140 for the dolls and books. How much did she pay for the books?

(1)

(2)

(3) $60

(4) $84

of TU.

S___ ____ __ T

48 cm2

$20

$28

A B

D C

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

60°

105°

120°

150°

V ti

(1) 16cm

(2) 12cm

(3) 6cm

(4) 4cm

19. A shop sells oranges and apples at the price shown below.

$0.50 each

Buy 3 oranges

1 bag of 5 apples

for $2

Mrs Tan bought some apples and oranges from the shop. She paid $6 in total.

(1) 5

(2) 8

(3) 10

(4) 12

1 . 1 .

20. of the toys Bryan has is as many as of the toys Nina has.

Nina has 18 more toys than Bryan. How many toys do they have

altogether?

(1) 108

(2) 90

(3)54

(4) 48

nd or booklet A

Go on to Booklet B

* **

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SEMESTRAL ASSESSMENT I

MATHEMATICS

11 MAY2012

BOOKLET B

25 questions

60 marks

NAME•

.- —_—- - __(

CLASS : PRIMARY 4

)

MARKS OBTAIN:

— i40

160

BOOkLET A:

BOOKLET B:

TOTAL :

— ______._I100

Show your working dearly in the spaces below each question and write your

answers in the spaces provided. For questions which require units, give

your

SCORE

‘z

Do not

writen

this

space.

22. Whatis2!x6?

Answer:

Answer:

Answer:

24. Name two pairs of parallel lines.

Do not

write in

ts

space.

Answer: II ____

_________ ‘‚ ____________

25. Mr Lun had 3 kg 50g of flour. He used 500 g and packed the rest equally

Answer:

26. What fraction of the figure is shaded? Give your answer in its simplest

form.

Answer:

SCORE I

¿7. What is the correct mixed number indicated by the arrow below?

They have a total value of $10. At least how many notes do I have?

10

Answer

SCORE

r*i

4 Il 4

Answer

Do not

write in

this

spaœ.

in ordertofaceE.

Answer (a)

(b)

Answer:

Then he gave kg of his rice to a neighbour. How much rice has he left?

Arz kJ

SCORE

Do not

write in

this

space.

- - -

11

The table shows the number of carrots and turnips harvested by Farmer John

from May to July. Study it carefully and answer Questions 33 and 34.

carrot7

øTurnlp

34. In August, the total number of carrots and turnips harvested was twice

the

total number of carrots and turnips harvestçd in May. What is the total

12

SCORE

11

Do not

write in

this .

space.

33. In which month was the number of carrots harvested twice the number of

turnips?

Answer:

Answer:

not

He took I h 25 min longer to reach Town A than Town B. How long did the

write in

. space.

36. Javier tas some 5and 20coins. There are 5 more 20coins than the

50Ø coins. The total value of these coins is $8. How many 50coins does

Javier have?

Answer:

37. Giant Cookies Factory baked 6000 cookies. It supplied all its cookies

to

Answer: ______________

- -

13 SCORE

(Go on to th nt nnø1

38. Lina grows 14 tulips and some roses in her garden. of her flowers are

Do not

Write in

this

space.

Answer ______________

39. The figure is made up of a square and a triangle. The perimeter of the

figure

Answer: _____________ cm

to Mary, they had the same number of buns. How many buns did Mary and

Answer:

--

14 SCORE

SectionC(5x4=2Omarks)

Wod out the answers for cacti of the folkwing questions. All woriungs must

be

41.• Suzy, Jane and David saved $16 100 attogether, Suzysaved$5O0 more Do

not

Answer:(a) [2)

(b)______________ [2)

15 SCORE J

ThedistancebetweentoyèAandD2m

The distance between toys A and B is the same as the distance betwe

toysCandD.

16

SCORE

Li

Do not

write in

this

space.

Answer: - _[4j

43. Jennifer had $120 more than Nora at first. After Nora gave $60 to

Jennifer, Do not

Jennifer had 3 times the amount of money Nora has. How much money did Wnte

in

17 SCORE

. (Go on to the next paqe)

44. The figure below is made up of 3 rectangles and I big square. Do not

DGJN is the square. The length of EH is twice that of AD, and AB = EF.

write in

this

E_____ F Space.

___ . . .

54cm

(b)_____

18 SCORE

45. Two persons can sit at each side of a square table as shown in Figure

1.

Each time more tables are added, they are joined by the side to form a

00 0000

o1o

QL ,0 O&D

00 0000

(b) Mrs Wang wants to form a long table that can sit 60 persons.

(b)

12]

EN OF PAPER

19

SCORE! I

Do not

write in

this

space.

Itable

Figure 1

0000

2 tables

Figure 2

3 tables

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14 3 2]

Q8 Q9 QlOj Qil

2 1 312

4 3 4__ 3 3 I 2

27)41/3 28)

B 29)4notes

30)a)A

b)270°

31)28

Left-12kg — 3kg

= 81/3 kg

35)245—125 = 120

3h 65mm = 4h 5mm

36)5 X 20c = $1

$8—$1 =$7

$7+70c = 10

37)6000—4000 = 2000

2000+20 = 100

24)WZ//XY

ZP/fWX

25)850g

26)1/3

33)Juty

= 3900

Aug-)3900 x 2

= 7800

Page 1 to 3

page 1

38)14÷ 2 = 7

7 x 5 = 35

39)54—15—12 = 27

273=9cm

40)60 = 1/5

60 x 8 = 480

16100—2000 = 14100

141003 = 4700

b)$4700 x 2 = $9400

42) ?

A B C D E

I I I

1— 2m

2—1 = 1

AB = CD

AB=1±2= V2m

BE = 1 + 1/2 + 12/3

= 1 + 3/6 + 14/6

= 27/6 = 31/6m

$120

43) _______________

1 H H

NL]60J

1u-24O+2 = 120

4u-)120x4= $480

Page 2

44)a)EH46 x 2 = 12

(54—12)—8=34•

10 x 2 = 20

34—20 = 14

b)34 + 34 = 38

54 + 54+ 6 + 6 = 120

45)a)4 x 2 = 8

b)F1 = 4 + 4

F2=4+4+4

F3 = $ + 4 +4 +4

60—4 = 56

564 = 14

Page 3

Name:

( ) Date: llMay2Ol2

Class : Primary 4 ( )

Parent’s Signature:

MATH EMATI Cs

PAPER 1

PRIMARY 4 MID-YEAR EXAMINATION 2012

Booklet A

BOOklet B

.._

Toldi fO(

Pope 1

Z’60

For each question, four options are given. One of them is the correct

answer.

1. Whatjsthevalueof7jç92873

(1) 7

(2) 70

(3) 700

(4) 7000

(1) 54600

(2) 54 700

(3) 55000

(4) 55600

3. Multip’y 39 by 42. From the product, what is the value of the digit in

the

hundreds place?

(1) 100

(21 300

(3) 600

(4) 800

(1) 640

(2) 880

(3) 6 400

(4) 8080

5. A

(1) 155°

(2) 180°

(3) 235°

(4) 270°

6. 64 is a common multiple of

(1) land3

(2) 2ond5

(3) 3and4

(4) 4and8

(1) 10cm

12) 20cm

(3) 25 cm

(4) 100cm

-2-

8. How many paWs of parauiel lines are there in the above figuro?

(‘) ‘

(2) 2

(3) 3

(41 4

9. How many pairs of perpendicular fines are there in the above figure?

(‘) ‘

(2) 2

(3) 3

(4) 4

(‘) 39

(2) 5

(3) 3

(4) 15

End of Booklet A

— ,—

Paper 1 (Booklet B)

Each question carries 2 marks. Write your answers in the boxes provided.

For

questions which require units, give your answers in the units stated.

2945 ¡ ? 1 [ °5 J 3465

I I

-4-

I j

14. A line XY ha been drawn for you. Using a prõtractcx, draw an angle

such that ZXYZ = 1150. Mark and label the angle drawn.

15. Draw a line perpendicular to AB. The line must pass through Y.

.

-5-

How much time did they take altogether to complete the homework?

I hi

I I

T U S

-6-

*x x =324

Find thevalue of X

21. What is the missing fraction, cxpress your answer as a mixed number

?J

27

I J

I

I-4

.7-

The bar graph below shows the number of pupils who took par-t in ball

games. Study the graph carefully and answer questions 22 and 23.

I and

23. How many more pupils participated in football than the total number

I I

-8-

. 25. . of the pupils in Sunny Primary School ore girls. There are 1374

boys in

. the school. How many girls ore there k Sunny Primary School?

26. Dorren bought 5 wallets and gave the cashier $200. If he received o

r I

1 1

-9-

Find the pedmeter of the figuro.

8cm

L cml

29. The perimeter of the square, ABCJ, is 24 cm. Find the length BD.

2cm

F E

7 cm

cm

30. Chelsea has fewer than 50 exercIse books. She can arrange them into

either 5 or 6 equal piles. How many exercise books does she have?

End of Booklet B

-lo-

Name: ________

Class : Primary 4 ( )

( ) Date: 11 May2012

Parent’s Signature:

Marks: /40

MATH EMATI Cs

PAPER 2

space provided for eàch question and write your answers in the spaces

provided. For questions which require units, give your answers in the

units.

ho 4__paW

repacked the oranges into bags of 20. How many bags did he use?

Ans:________________

poured! of the drink into some glasses. How many litres of drink were

Am

as

Ans:__________________

Ans:___ __

-2-

5; Susan has a total of 20 ducks and goats in her farm. These animals have

Ans:

-3-

6. Ran, has sóme stickers. If she gives 7 slickers to each of her friends,

she

will have 3 stickers left. If she gives 8 stickers to each of her friends,

she

will have a shortage of 3 stIckers. How many slickers does Rani have?

Ans:

-4-

7. Peter has 8 times as many boõks as Shown. When Peter gave 72 bOÒkS

Peter have left?

Ans:

-5-

lOan

Ans:

10cm

14cm

-6-

Ans:

-7-

10. ! of the flowers in a basket are white, 1 of them are red and the

8 4 . ...,

remaining are yellow. There are 27 more yellow flowers than red ones.

Ans:

End of Paper 2

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TERM : SAl

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14)

15)

12)3165 13)60

Page 1 to 3

page 1

30)30

Paper 2

1)40 x 25 = 1000

1000±20 = 50

He used 50 bags.

2)8 + 32 = 40

40+5 = 8

8 x 3 = 24

3)2 + 6 = 8

8—6=2

4)2 + 8 = 10

90+10 = 9

A pen cost $9

5)Total animals = 20

20 x 4=80

80—48 = 32

4—2 = 2

32+2 = 16 (duck)

20—16 = 4

6) 5 13 21 29 37 4 53 61

10 17 24 31 38 4

Page 2

7)P[____

.. ...:

J 72

72

72+2 = 36

36 x 6 = 216

8)14 x 10 = 140

140 x 2 =280

40 x 2 = 80

280—80 = 200

9)A[ 1] 1

BL____

C[

A 42 >B 28 C

309+3= 103

103 + 38 = 131

131—42 = 89

10) Red yellow

En fi Hf1

114 = 2/8

5—2=3

27—3= 9

9 x 8 = 72

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(b) Questions 1 to 20

. ...

MATHEMATICS

Name:_ --

Date :11 May2012

BOOKLET A

20 Questions

40 Marks

Note:

—— — — ——. ___________________________________________________________

Questions 1 to 20 carry 2 marks each. For each question, four options are

given. One of them is the correct answer. Make your choice (1, 2, 3 or 4).

Shade the correct oval (1. 2, 3 cr4) on the Optical Answer Sheet.

(40 marks)

seventy?

(1) 45 760

(2) 45 670

(3) 45607

(4) 4 567

2 The difference between the vatues of the digit ‚‚ and the digit 7’ in

823711s .

(1) 5

(2) 1 300

(3) 1 930

(4) 2070

(1) 6000

(2) 6 800

(3) 6 900

(4) 7000

(1) 12

(2) 18

(3) 36

(4) 54

(1) 2and4

(2) 24and48

(3) 34and64

(4) 42and56

(1) 29

(2) 40

(3) 45

(4) 56 .

7 2 890 is 10 times of

(1) 289

(2) 2 880

(3) 2900

(4) 28900

(1). 2 899

(2) 2 900

(3) 2901

(4) 2904

9 6km5lm= __________ m

(1) 651

(2) 6 051

(3) 6501

(4) 6510

lo Sama ntha took 35 mmutes to complete her homework. Byan took 15

finished his homewod at 3.30 p.m., at what time did he start doing his

homework?

(1) 2.20p.m.

(3) 2.55 pm

(4) 4.20p.m.

O)

.0

‘-

.0

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Monday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

$1 980

$2 100

$2 133

$2 160

The line graph below shows the number of burgers sold at a stall from

Monday to Friday. Study the graph carefully and answer Questions lito 13

Day

12 Between which two days was the difference in the number of burgers

13 The stall owner earns $3 for each burger sold. How much money did the

14

9

1

16

(1)

13

3 3

(4)4

(1) 3

(2) 3

(3) 5

(4) 5

16 Ken had 3 green toy cars and 5 blue toy cars at first.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

14

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Northwest

West

Southwest

1000

1350

180°

2250

North Northeast

East

South Southoast

17 In the figure below, not drawn to scale, ¿MNP is a right angle What is

M N

(1) 15°

(2) 350

(3) 700

(4) 1050

19 Kim is facing East. She makes a 180° dockwise turn. Then she

North

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4) 1 complete

. 7v

(fl z-z..

<y

(2)

(3)

(4)

Date :llMay2Ol2

BOOKLET B

BOOKLET B

LOTALI_

RE D SWAS11KA SCHOOL

MATHEMATICS

MARKS _____

BOOKLET A

28 Questions

60 Marks

(b) Questions 21 to 48

OBTAINED

POSSIBLE

40

60

loo

— ., ..

Show your working clearly in the space below each question and write your

answers in the spaces provided. For questions which require units, give

your

Ans:

(30 marks)

22 Use all of the following digits to form the smallest 4-digit number.

0000

Ans:

Ans:

and

24 What fraction of the figure below is unshaded? Give your answer in its

simplest form.

Ans:

iz

9 2 5

12 3 ‘6

Ans:

__________ , __________

GK?

II

G

Ans:

w u

The line graph shows the number of cupcakes sold each day at Jane’s

Ans:

29 2 times as many cupcakes were sold on one day than on another day.

Ans:

L<i’.l

4011

o 30(1

b,

b,

b,

u

200

10o

lE

EEE

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thus

0y

Fri

Sat

Ans:

32 What is the difference between the largest 3-digit number and the

Ans: ____ -

Ans: ______________

Ans: $_

1(1

35 Find ¿c

36 Find ¿h.

Ans: .

Ans:

Ans:

11 .

1 3 7.

. 6 4 12

Ans:

below?

<

Ans:

Ans:

12

the

space below each quest ion and write your answers in the spaces provided.

(30 marks)

41 Sarah bought 4 books at $12 each. She bought a dress that cost $38

more than what she paid for the 4 books. How much did she pay for the

Ans:

[3j

42 8 rows of chddren were hned up n straight rows as they waited for their

children in each row. Clara was in one of the rows. She was from the

front and 5th from the back. How many children were there in the 8 rows

altogether?

. [31

13 .

43 Gary is lo yeas old now. His lather is 5 times his age. What would be

Ans:

[4]

44 For every 9 stickers that Grace has, Janet has 7 more stickers than she.

They have loo stickers altogether. How many stickers does Grace

have?

Ans:

(41

14

45 Alvin has $250. His sister, Audrey, has $626. Both of them bought a

present for their mothers birthday and shared the cost equaUy. The

amount of money Audrey had left was 3 times of what Alvin had left

Ans:

— -

46 Uonel had some money. If he bought 18 tiles, he would have $4 left over.

file?

Ans:

-----

(4J

15

1 1

.;.

shoes, He was left with $2 800. How much was his sa(aiy?

48 Kelly baked 450 muffIns. She sold - of it and donated -. of it to an

2 3

Ans: . [4]

TERM : SAl

L 3 3 I 2J 2 411 3 2 2 1 1 2 2 3 4

2 2 4

41)$12 x 4 = 48

48 x 2 = 96

96 +38 = 134

42)8 x 8 = 64

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43father4io x 5 = 50

Father’s age

(5 years time)50 + 5 = 55

Gary-*10+5=15 .

(5 years time)

Total -*55 + 15 = 70

2units-* 376

lunit-+276÷2 188

46)76÷19 = 4

47)5units-* $2800

luit-)$2800÷5 = $560

1—5/6 = 1/6

6unjts-)450

lunit-)450÷6 = 75

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MATHEMATICS

BOOKLET A

PRIMARY FOUR

) Class: Primary 4

SECTION A - MuItÌpi Çhólce QuesIonsj3O MARKS)

For each question, four options are glwen. One of them is the correct

answer.

Make your choice (1. 2. 3 or 4). Shad Jie correct oval (1, 2, 3 014) on the

1. In which of the following numbers does the digit 6 stands for 6GO?

(1) 1690

(2) 9160

(3) 3156

(4) 6135

(1) 4690

(2) 5500

(3) 46 900

(4) 55000

(1) 93570

(2) 93507

(3) 93057

(4) 9357

4. Find the value of(2 x 100) +(8 x 10000) + (9x1 000) + (Sx 10).

(1) 89250

(2) 89205

(3) 82 950

(4) 28 950

(1) ,

4

(2) 3!

(3) 6

(4) 12

(1) 29002

(2) 29112

(3) 30998

(4) 33000

8.

figure

is shaded?

(2) ±

(3)

(4) L’

16

. . . . . 2

(1)

6 12

(2)

69

_8 8

— —

9 12

(4)

6 12

(1)-i

¡6

4

(1) 2345,

(2) 2435,

(3) 2 354,

(4) 2435,

(1) ADandDC

(2) EFandDC

(3) ADar,dBC

(4) EFandBC

2 435,

2 354,

2 345,

2 345,

2 354

2345

2435

2 354

AB is perpendicular to

430

470

530

1330

11. The figure below is not drawn to scale. PQRS is a rectangle. Find the

value of . y.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(1) 15000

(2) 15050

(3) 15100

(4) 15200

13. . 5 L

. . ,8 4

(1)!

(2)

(3)

(4)

(1) 8cm

(2) 16cm

(3) 32 cm

(4) 40cm

15. 1 Q

Which of the above figures has the most number of right angles?

(1)A

(2) B

(3) C

(4) D

8

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uIu-L1pnr

tÍiunt rimzir)

MATHEMA1ÌCS

flOOKLET B

PRIMARY FOUR

Nanie:_ --—-——-—

Class: Primary 4

—--------------------

A. MulUple-Choice Questions

B. Short Answers

C. Problem Sums

—_—

Write your answer in the space provided. Give your answers in the units

stated and in

Ans:

17. Fill in the blank with the missing number in the number pattern below.

. Ans:

18. Two factors of 36 are 1 and 36. What are the other seven factors of 36?

Ans:

2

19. John had 6m of rope. He cuts it into pieces of !. m èach. What is the

number

IR .

Ans

Ans:

21. ABC is a triangle. Measure and write down the size of Z ACB

Ans:_ ‘

4 . . .

6-

Ans:

Ans:

Ans:

25. Alyssa had $230 and during a sale she paid $74 for 3 books and 5 bags.

She

. bought another 10 bags and a few boóks with all thé remaining money. If

each

Ans:

Ans:

27, How many angles are greater than a right angle in the figure below?

Ans: _____

28. Square X and Rectangle Y have the same area. And the perimeter of the

Rectangle Y.

20m

E Y5m

Ans:

29. Peter is thrice as old as May. May is twice as old as Shawn. If Shawn

is 11 years

Ans. ______________

smaller than 30.

Ans.

31. Jill has 130 stamps, Sean ha 140 stamps. How many stamps must Sean give

to Jill

Ans:

32. Mr Tay sold - of his apples. If he had 350 apples left, how many apples

Ans: ______________

33. Ray has 17 coins. There are 8 ten-cent Coins and the rest are twenty-

cent coins

and fifty-cent coins. The total value of the coins is $4.40. How many

fifty-cent coins

are there?

Ans:

7

34. How much doe2 kg of lemon cost?

3.. ...-

-. .

Ans:$ ___________

35. A carton containing 12 similar cans weighs 6 300g. The same carton and

5 of the

Ans:

For each question from 36 to 43. show your working and máthematjcal

statements

cleady in the space below each question. Write your answer En the answer

space

provided. Give your answers in the units stated and fn its simplest form

whenever

36. Mike and Jake had 320 stamps. After Mike had given 106 stamps to Jake,

Jake

had 3 times as many stamps as Mike. How many stamps did Mike have at first?

Ans:______________ E1

L)

Mr Ting had 600 mangoes. He sold of the mangoes and threw away.! df the

- remainder as they were rólten. He then packed the rest of the mángoes

equally into 5 boxes. How many mangoes were there in each box?

Ans:_ f3j

lo

38. Peter measured the length of 3 ropes, A, Band C. Rope A and Rope B

measured 159 cin. Rope A and Rope C measured 113 cm. Rope B and Rope C

Ans:____________ [4]

‘‘

39, Mr Pang had a rectanguEar pool with an area of 48 in2. Thé length of

the pool

was thrice the breadth of the pool. He decided to build a pebble pathway

with a

width of 1 m around the pool. What would be the area of the pebble path?

12

40. Jane had 300 pens and pencils. After she gave away ofthe pencils and

20 pens, she had an equal number of pendis and pens left. How many pens did

Ans:_____________ (4]

‘J

41 At a party, there were an equal number of men and women. After sorne

time, 70

men left the party and 50 women joined the party. At the end, there were 4

times

as many women as men. How many men were at the party at first?

42. The total cost of a bag and 5 storybooks is $120. The bag costs thrice

as much

Ans : _f4]

14 .

43. May and Joanne had a total of $1200. After May gave $240 to Joanne: May

had

only half as much money as Joanne. How much money dki May have at first?

Ans:_ J4J

15

Ql Q2 Q3 Q4Q5 Q6 Q7

[ 1 4 3 i_f 4 1

16)12064 17)1506

21)43 22)90

26)$88 27)3

2702 = 135

140—135 = 5

32)2/5-> 350

1/5->350±2 = 175

5/54175 x 5 = 875

33)6

j4 213

18)2,3,4,6,9,12,18

23)19 24)BD

28)170m 29)66

3 4 3 r—i

19)9 20)4’/2

25)10

30)25

34)$32

35)6300—2800 = 3500

35O07 = 500

500 x 5 2500

2800—2500 = 300

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ŠCHOOL : ACS

TERM : SAl

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page 1

36)4u-320

1u-)32O4 = 80

37)600±Š = 30õ

300± 12 = 25

25 x 11 = 275

275±5 = 55

38)A+B- 159

113

B+C4144

416 ±2 = 208

A+B+C = 208

39)12 x 4 = 48

12 + 2 = 14

4+2=6

14 x 6 = 84

84—48 = 36

40)300—20 = 280

7u-)280

lu-)280±7 =40

40 x 2 + 20 = 100

41)70 ÷ 50 = 120

3u-)120

lu-)40

70 + 40 = 110

42)3 + 5 = 8

8u-*$120

1u-)$12O--8 = $15

$15 x 3 = $45

43)3u-$12OO

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PRIMARY FOUR

MAThEMATiCS

Name:_______ ____

Date: 11 May2012

Duration: I h 45 min

Parent’s Signature:

( )

Questions 1 to 20 cany 2 maits each. For each question, four options are

given. One

1. 7Th

usandsand3onesistbesameas .

(1)

7301

(2)

7031

(3)

7030

(4)

7003 ( )

2. Inwtdi otthe following are the numbers arranged from the smallest to

the greatest?

— (_)

3. How many angles inside the figure are more than 90?

(1) 5

(2) 2

(3) 3

(4) 4

(1) 6

(2) 8

(3) 12

(4) 24 ( )

5 23_1m

7 14

(1) 6

(2) 17

(3) 31

(4) 34 ( )

(1) 2792

(2) 2808

(3) 3206 :

(4) 6388 ( )

A D

ADisastraIghtne. FindLy.

(1) 530

(2) 560

(3) 76°

(4) 124° ( )

8. The figure below is made up oía uare ABCD and a rectangle FGHJ.

9. Mr Lee has 11 shelves of books. If each shelf has 126 books, how many

(1) 1226

(2) 1286

(3) 1326

unshaded?

13

22cm

(1) 5cm

(2) 6cm

(3) 7cm

(4) 14cm ( )

(4) 1386 ( )

(1) —

(2) —

(3) —

8 ()

(4) —

4 2 6

(1) j

(2) 1

(3) lj

()

(4) 14

12. Gary bought sorne sweets and gave of the sweets to hés sister. l-le

then ale 16 sweets and gave the femarning 40 sweets to his friends.

(1)

4

(2) j

(3) j

7 ()

(4)

13. Mary has as many toy dolls as Nancy. If Nancy has 15 toy dolls more

(1) 5

(2) 20

(3) 25

(4) 60 ( )

14. Francis bought 5 socoer balls and 2 volleyballs for $84. If each sor

bal costs twico as much as volleyball, how much did Francis pay for

each volleyball?

(1) $7

(2) $12

(3) $14

(4) $42 ( )

15. Mrs Ong had 2kg of flour. She used 1kg of the flour to bake a cake

(1) 5kg

(2) 5kg

(3) 4kg

(4) 4kg ( )

16. A shop sells a packet of chocolate bars toc $12. Each packet contains 8

chocolate bar each. How mudi did Miss Ng spend on the chocolate

bars?

(1) $70

(2) $90

(3) $108

(4) $126 ( )

Thomas scored 7 points more than Jeremy lo the same match If the 3

boys soered a total of 81 poInts. how many points did Thomas score?

(1) 17

(2) 24

(3) 40

(4) 51

18.

PIaground

Market

/1\

(1) Ubraiy

(2) Cinema

(3) Market

19. The entrance fee to an amusement park ride Is $15 per person. If there

were 120 visitors each day on Monday and Tuesday. how much

(1) $105

(2) $1200

(3) $1800

(4) $3600 ( )

The bar graph beiowsho the number of books sold by a bookshop fmai Monday

to

Friday. ...

Number of

books

(1) lday

(2) 2 days

(3) 3 days

(4) 4days ( )

Friday

—. _

21. A number when rounded off to the nearest hundred Is 360OE What is the

Ans:__-

l))flc*wjge

ki Ihis space

Ans:

23. Fomi the greatest odd number using the digits 2.5, 1,6.

Ans:

9

24. Arrange the following fradions ui descending ordec

221

Ans:__ .

Study the graph below carefully and answer questions 25 and 26. The

70

60

50

Days or me week

Number of 40

Books sold

20

10

Ans:

26.

number of books sold fmm Monday to Friday. Express the answer In the

simplest form.

Ans:

DO not

h this

30

Mon

lo

27. Tony spent of hs money on a pair of shoes and had $105 )e& How write

Ans:$______________

How much heavier is Box B than Box A?

Ans: kg

29. Janice packed 4817 twit tarts ¡ita boxes. ¡fi box oentaíns 3 tarts, wh

is the mininum number of boxes she woutd need to pack a1 the tais?

Ans:_____

[‘

11

A13 B BC CA BBBCC

Do not wr4e

In tts space.

[1

than the cap but $35 less than the T-shirt If he paid $140. how much did

. .‘ .._. —

32. Joseph and Kelvin had an equal amount of money. After Joseph had

spent $136, Kelvin had thrice as much money as Joseph. How much did

Ari4.

Ans:S

I2

33. Tim had 81 marbles. He gave 14 marbles to Si Lint) and some to Sean. o

-i

He had of the marbles Ieft How many marbles did Th give Sean?

34. AO, BO and CO are straight enes meeting at pomt O. LAOB es equal to

A

\

Ans:

36. When Mis Teo is 31 years old, h& daughter Is 7 years old. In how many

Ans

Do not wre

m ti aoo.

37. Michael had 224 stlders. He used some of the stickers and had of

Ans:____________

38. 1 pen arid I book cost $14. If the cost of 4 pens and 5 books Is $62,

Ans:$

1*

14

o1 the chddien were girls. How many kis were there at the swmning

Ans:_____

receives a CD. What is the pesitlon of the second person who receives

Ans:_____

I I

15

Question 41 to 45 cåcries 4 maiks each. Write ur answer in the blank

41. Thomas bought some padcets of sweets. Each padr.et 01 sweets cost

m ffiis paoe.

14)1 J

Ans:

16

42. John and Sam had an equal amount of moœy at first After John gave

. avy $148 and Sam spent $16, Sam has 4 bmes as mudi nionej as in this

Ans: 14]

17 I I

43. Peter has 24 chocolates moie than Gerald. After Peter gave away some

,t

chocolates and Gerald thr 20 chocolates away, Gerald wIS have in (ñu apace.

___ LI

18

Do no( w

44. Alan had as many maztes as Charles Ben had as many marNes

Ans: 14) 1

‚q

. kthspaœ.

_ rNlI INI\ISI

Ans::)__________ F J

END OF PAPER.

20

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Order

Paper 1

Ql 02 Q3 04 051Q6 07 08 09 õo 011 012 013 Q14.j15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q19 020]

21 3649

22 65

23 6521

25 Friday

26 1/3

27 168

28 8/35

29 1606

30 33

31 25

32 204

33 58

34 144

35 512

36 5

37 32

38 6

39 19

40 24

41 3l(2+1)10r1

10x2+ 1=21

21 x$2=$42

42 3u>146-16=132

lu> 132 + 3 = 44

1/2

TERM :SAI

Order

44x4= 176

176 + 16 = 192

43 197-27-20=153

153 + 3 = 51

51 x 2 = 102

102 + 20 + 24 146

44 483—16

16 x 13 = 208

45a 21

45b 80÷4=20

2/2

Name:

Class. Pr 4

(1) 6

(2) 7

(3) 3

(4) 9

(1) 2390

(2) 3390

(3) 8492

(4) 9492

2012 SEME$mE(fiJJIlNAflON I

MAi4b*TlC S

PRIMARY 4

— __ )

Parents Signature

Read each question carefully. For each question, four options are given.

One of them is the correct answer. Choose the correct answer (1, 2, 3 or

4).

( )

( )

3.

Express

(1) 2

(2) 4.

(3) 4

(4) 5

as a mixed number

(1) 35

(2) 42

(3) 47

(4) 75

(1) 13°

(2) 23

(3) 67

(4) 900

( )

( )

A B

(1) (cm

(2) 9cm

(3) l8cm

(4) 24cm ( )

[ j8crn

(1) 11 cm

(2) 36 cm

(3) 4Ocn,

(4)72cm ( )

(1) 12

(2) 24

(3) 32

(4)56 ( )

(1)96

(2) 104

(3) 216

(4)228 ( )

(1) llh3Omjn

(2) 12 h 30 min

(4) l4h3Ornjn ( )

11. In the figure below, how many angles inside the figure are greater

(‘) 5

(2) 2

(3) 7

(4)9 ( )

4

12 How many pairs of parallel lines are there in the figure shown

below?

(1) 36cm

(2) 41 cm

(3) 46 an

(4) 65cm

(1) 1

(2) 2

(3) 3

(4) 4

5 cm

A’— —.‘.B_____ C

40 cm2

F [

( )

( )

14. Foui identical files and five identical notebooks cost $57

(1) $5

(2) $8

(3) $9

(4)$14 ( )

5 .

15. Timmy wants — of the figure shown below to be shadeu

‘_ill

at .

(1) 1

(2) 2

(3) 8

(4)15 ( )

LJ*_

. /

4°

Class: Pr 4 V

Readttie qa ens carefully. Show your working clearly and write your answers

in

the )rjded For. questions which require units, give your answers in the

units stated.

ËEEZ

n-

L si

A

EZZÏZZ

-j

the point

A.

3 ___

7cm

24 Sarah is standing at X in the figure below She s facing the MRT Station

Market

I __________________

Station

School

lo

How much money did Muthu have at first?

27. Mrs Raju used a total of 150 cm of red and white ribbons to decorate

her

Christmas tree. She used 70 cm more white ribbon than red ribbon

28. Jane had some sweets She found that she did not have any sweets left

over if

she divided the sweets into bags of 2, 4 or 7. What was the smallest

possible

11

29. Mr Tan is 30 years older than his son now. Next year. Mr Tan will be

twice as

years old

30. A movie marathon lasted for 16 hours and 40 minutes. Given that the

movie

start?

12

8m

4m

32. The figure below, not drawn to scale shows a rectangle. Find the value

of ¿ x.

13

14

eacr

shaded square is 16 m2 The length of the rectangle is 15 m What is he area

of

After Rani gave 10 sweets to Tome Tom had twice as many sweets as Rani.

15

Name: — - --— (

Class: Pr4 -

ctio :Íêrnarksj

in

36. There were twice as many women as men at a funfair. The number of

children

at the funfair was four times the number of women. Given that the total

number

of people at the funfaör was 2068, how many women were at the funfair?

16

37 Jenny bought some cloth to make a dress, a blouse and a hat. She used 2

rn of

the cloth to make the dress. She used m of the cloth to make the blouse

She used — m less cloth to make the hat than the blouse.

(a) How much cioth did she use to make the hat?

(b) What was the length of cloth she bought? Give your answer as a mixed

(b)_________ _j2J

17

38. Go’-don jogged from Monday to Thursday Each day, he ran 200 m more than

the day before. He ran a total of 4400 m for the four days. How far did he

run on

18

39 Ling, Dan and Sara had a total of 6576 stamps. After Ling and Sara each

received 164 stamps from Dan, all three Children had the same number of

stamps. How many stamps did Sara and Dan each have at first?

19

40 Ah, Sen and Charles had sorne marbles Ah had of the marbles

Ans: _____________

20

41 Cahne had 120 beads al (trst She gave 35 beads to Danny and a number of

beads to Elle. Cahne then had of her beads left. How many beads did Calme

give to Elle?

Ans: [41

21

42. Jackie and Ray had the same amount of money at first Ray then received

$70

from his father. After that, Ray donated $160 and Jackie donated-$20 to a

charity. In the end, Jackie had 6 times as much money as Ray. How much

Ans: _141

cover a

footpath completely in the pattern shown below. The length of Tile A was 3

m

and 9 of them were used to tile the footpath. Given that the total area of

the

3m

4 ———,.

I B

.... ALB

4—- —----h

-ENE) OF PAER

Ans: __14J

23

TERM : SAl

Q1IQ2

1314 3

16) 26500

21)1200

+ 1 ¡ W±TffW%2 Q14š

22)GF//BC 23)

EFI/AB

24)School

33)30m

25)25cm 2 26)$24

30)Day: Thursday

Time: 05 25

34)88m2

35)60 sweets

27)110cm

31)42m

28)28 sweets

32)36

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pye j.

36)ljufljtS-i2O68

1unit—2068.. 11 = 188

37)a)2/3 = 8/12

1/4 = 3/12

11/12 + 2m = 3i,im

38)200 x 6 = 1200

39)164 x 3 = 492

6575—492 = 6084

3units- 6084

1unit-)6O84-3 = 2028

40)5unfts-.2j

1unit-21O- 5 = 42

41)8njts of Caline- 120

luflitofCaIjne.-j2O :-8 = 15

3u-15 x 3 = 45

120—45 = 75

75—35 = 40 beads

42)160 — 70 = 90

90—20 = 70

705 = 14

14 x 6 = 84

84 + 20 = 104

43)3 X 3 = 9

9 x 9 = 81

216—81 = 135

1359 = 15

3 x 5 = 15

Ans: 5m

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PRIMARY FOUR

MATHEMAj

INS1R1JCTONS TO CANDIDAT

1. Write your name, register number and class in the blanks provided.

2. Do not turn over this page until you are told to do so.

4. Answer aU questions.

—

Marks Obtained

[ I /100]

Name. ___________ )

Class: Primary 4

Parens Signature:

Questions 1 to 20 carry 2 marks each. For each question, four options are

given

One of them is the correct answer. Choose the correct answer (1, 2, 3 or 4)

and

(1) 8ones

(2) 8 tens

(3) 8 hundreds

(4) 8 thousands ( )

(1) 49239

(2) 49341

(3) 49353

(4) 49380 ( )

(1) 172

(2) 216

(3) 1720

(4) 1736 ( )

(1) 8

(2) 6

(3) 3

(4)4 ( )

(1) 7

(2) ii

(3) 3

(4) 19 ( )

(1) 6.20

(2) 6.29

(3) 6.30

(4) 6.39 ( )

(1) 20.56

(2) 20.506

(3) 200.56

(4) 200.506 ( )

(1)

(2) 7

(3)

(4) ( )

and - of the stamps away. How many stickers and stamps did he give

away?

(1) 35

(2) 40

(3) 55

(4) 65

10. Find the product of 34.5 and 3. What is the value of the digit ‘3’ in

the

product?

(1) 300

(2) 30

(3) 3

(4) 0.3 ( )

11. 16x8=11x8+ __ x8

(‘) 5

(2) 6

(3) 7

(4)8 ( )

(1) 2g kg

(2) kg

(3) 3 kg

(4) 5— kg

Sunday.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

35.7 kg

47.6 kg

107.1 kg

142.8 kg

13. A number when divided by 7 has a quotient of 215 and a remainder of 6

(1) 1297

(2) 1505

(3) 1511

(4) 1547 ( )

(1) 32cm

(2) 16cm

(3) 8 cm

(4) 4cm (

string

into 4 equal pieces, What is the length of each of these 4 equal pieces?

(1) l2.90m

(2) 14.70m

(3) l4.88m

(4) l4.89m

( )

Given that thrice as much chicken as mutton were sold, how many

( )

17. In the figure below, find the length of the iron nail using the given

ruler.

iron nail

(1) 4.2cm

(2) 47cm

(3) 8.2 cm

(4) 87cm

right angles, find its perimeter.

24cm

(1) 78cm

(2) 84cm

(3) 108cm

(4) 128 cm

ruler

(cm)

( )

30cm

10cm

( )

1- — - -

was packed equally into 3 packets of L3 kg each. What Was the mass of

437kg

(3)

5l.7kg

583

kg

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

B

—,

North-east it he

( )

Questions 21 to 40 carry 2 marks each. Wnte out the correct answers for the

following questions in the blanks provided. Show your workings clearly and

Ans

22. What do point A and point B represent in the number hne below?

1.9 2 2.1

I I Ii I I I I J .—+ if J I I—4—————-

Ans:

24, The figure below Shows a line AB and a point X. Draw a line

A B

---- --

25, A box of candies costs $9, when corrected to the nearest dollar. What

is the

Ans: $

- _ -

26. AEFD and EBCF are rectangI Name one line that s parallel to EF

A__ E B

LI NJ

D F - C

Ans: __________

27 There are 22 girls and 18 boys in Class 4M What traction of the children

28. In the figure below, square ABCD is made up of smafier unit squares and

Ans

distance he ran on Monday. What was the total distance he ran on these

two days?

Ans: ____ km

30 The diagram below Shows a square Within a circle. The perimeter 01 the

square is 36 cm, and the cwcie has an area of 154 cm2. Find the area of

35

0.63 , 0.097

loo

Ans: cm2

:--

— - _. -

(Greatest (Smallest)

10

2 3 4 5

3 ‘ 7 ‘ 8 ‘ Ii

34. The figure below is made up of 2 squares. The unshaded square has a

side of 5 cm. If the shaded area is 56 cm2, what is the length of the

bigger

square?

Ans: cm

3

33

Ans: - and

11

remaining money on a tin of cookies. If he had $16.80 left, how much did

Ans: $

36 A jug can hold i65 of water. A bottle can hold 0.31 less water than the

37. At the superma<e Mrs Urn bought 3 kg of prawns at $12..5Q per kg and

$9.25 for some frjit. If she gave the cashier a $100 note, how much

change did she receive?

Ans$

12

Pins:

- -:

39. Nancy has $46.50. Oliver has $3.75 iess than Nancy but $8.20 more than

Ans: $_____________

40. Mr Quek had just enough money to buy 20 oranges only. He bought 14

oranges and had $2.70 left. How much money did he have at first?

Ans: $

13

2flCt4marks

For each of the following questjon show your workings clearly in the space

below each question and Wnte your answers in the Spaces proyjj For

questions which require units, give your answers with the apfropna units

41 The distance from Town A to Town B is 40.5 km. The distance from

Town A Town 8 To C

— —.

----_-

42. A bag of coffee beans and a pacicet of sugar have a mass of 3.025 kg.

sugar, what is the total mass of 7 bags of coffee beans and 8 packets

of Sugar?

14

a. wendy nd ‘(ah each had a ribbon at first Wendy’s ribbon was 8.68 m

long. After sh c4it off 1.24 m and:gave this to Yati, Wendy had 4 times

15

44. The total mass of 3 bEg sImE$ar sacks of flour is the same as the total

heavier than a smaI sack of flour. What is the total mass of 9 such

16

45. Mrs Rajoo had a sum of money. At the Great Singapore Sale, she

money on an oven. She then spent $52.30-on clothes and had $8870

17

TERM : CA2

FW,4j419py1J Qi4fi5jiff3

92O

24)

32)568 = 7

7 x 3 = 21

21 x 7 = 147cm2

34)5 x 5 25

56 + 25 = 81

81- 9 X 9

Ans: 9cm

25)$8.50

29)6.4km

26)AD

23)1.23

27)11/20

28)9/16

Page 1 to 2

.1

35)$40 - $7 = $33

1.35 x 2 = 2.7L

37)$12.50 x 3 = $37.50

38)6.27 x 8 = 50.16

40)$0.45 x 14 = $6.30

$6.30 + $2.70 = $9

77.05 77

42)3.025+5 = 0.605

0.605 x 8 = 4.840

0.605 x 4 2.420

2.420 x 7 = 16.940

7.44±4 = 1.86

44)1.7 x 3 = 51

2 small sacks-)5.lkg

The mass of 9 small sacks of flour is 22.95 of 9 such small sacks of flour.

$141÷5 = $28.20

Page 2

Nan

Class Primary 4

Primary 4 Mathematics

Booklet A

Do not turn over this page until you are told to do so.

For each question, four options are given. One of the options is the

correct answer. Shade the correct oval (1, 2, 3 or 4) on the Optical

Answer Sheet. Please use only 28 pencil and SHADE the oval

completely.

-- -_- - -- -- ---

nearest 100?

‘ 26549

2) 26651

3) 26 753

4) 26 788

1) 60 ones

2) 60 tens

3) 600 tenths

4) 600 hundredths

3. Emily had some stamps. She shared the stamps equally amongst

stamps left over. If she gave each friend 5 stamps, she would be

1) 8

2)15

3) 20

4) 35

1) 18.039

2) 18.062

3) 18066

4 18336

5. The figure below Is not drawn to scale. It is made up of a rectangle

and a square. The area of the square is 144 cm2. The length of the

square is twice the breadth of the rectangle. Find the area of the

whole figure.

1) 72cm2

2) 216 cm2

3) 848 cm2

4) 792 2

1) 6

2) 9

3) 24

4) 30

10 E1 60

12 42 72

1) 30

2) 35

3) 40

4) 48

I ¡

14

2)

19

3) 3—

33

25

4) 3—

33

18

1) 2—

50

19

2) 2—

50

3) 2—

4 2—--

‘ 25

1 7

10. Mrs Mok went to the market and bought I jkg of prawns and 3jj- kg

1) 21-kg

2) 2kg

17

3) 4kg

59

4) 4; kg

shaded?

1) 3

2) 6

3) 7

4) 10

12. 7.1497 + I +

10 1000

1) 4

2) 9

3) 49

4) 149

Sports Hall

School Hall

(rack

Parade square

Classrooms

General

Office

1) Canteen

2) Classrooms

3) School hail

4) Parade square

are 156 fewer boys than girls. How many competitors were there at

the Competition?

1) 39

2) 195

3) 351

4) 1404

Pond

//

Canteen

15. Mr Ahmad had loo cartons of drinks. There were 50 packets o( dnnjçs

Wednesday?

1) 2000

2) 2300

3) 2700

4) 3000

16. Devan’s age is a multiple of 8 now. In 4 years’ time, his age will be a

1) 40

2) 44

3) 48

4) 88

- END OF BOOKLET A -

Name

Class

Prima ¡y 4

SCHOOL(PRIMARY)

Primary 4 Mathematics

Booklet B

Do not turn over this page until you are toki to do so.

Folløw ft nStnje carefully.

Parent’s/Guardian ‘s Signature

x2 rksJ

Write down your answers in the spaces provided. Show all workings clearly.

6 .

Ans.

Ans: a) ________

b)

19 Find the perimeter of the gure below (The figure is not drawn (o scale

and ail

Ans:

—,,

33

28cm

Ans:

cm

2.01

Ans: ____

- —

22. Jenny has a box of erasers that can be shared equally among 2, 3 or 5

of her

Ans:

_ m

2.02

24. C is South-west of

Rfls

Ans:

——--—-—-------—--.-____-___. cm2;

[E

25, Terry wants to buy a bicycle that costs $894 He has $286 in savlr)qs

What is

the amount that Terry has to save every month n order to buy the btcycðe in

months’ time?

Ans:$

26. The figure below shows a rectangle and a square. Find the sum-of 4a and

¿b.

Ans:

27. Aftandi has a piece of wire measuring 340 cfi He used it to make two

squares

Ans cm

28. Sitj bought 2 computers and 8 thumb drives as pnzes for a tucky draw.

What was

Item

Computer each

An$ [

Ans:

29 The íIgue below is made up of two squares The area of the bigger square

is

ill

Ans:

cm2

each of

the heats, what is the minimum number of heats needed for all the pupi to

Ans:

32. Form the smallest possible mixed number with the digits 5, 3 and 2.

Ans:

33 The perimeter of the rectangle and the square is the same. What is the

breadtj»

of the rectangle?

Ans: ______

to

cut out 3—m squares from it. What is the maximum number of 3-m squares he

11cm

9 cm

Ans:

_3-m squares

The bar graph shows the greatest distance a group of boys were able to jump

C.,

o-

-‚

G;

(J

.-.

Number of Boys

35 What fraction of the boys were able to jump at least 180 cm?

Ans: ________

ib. 5 .

of the boys who hadumped 180cm wear spectades. How many more

Ans:

38. Kai Ting has 681 Cupcakes. She sold 309 CUpcakeS and shared the rest of

the cupcakes equaUy. with 3 friends, How many cupcakes did each of them

receive?

Solvo the following problems All mathematical working and staterneiit5 must

be shown clearly, t .

‘s

37. There were some fish in a fish tank. of them were goldfish, 36 of them

Were

angelfish and the remaining 62 fish were guppies. How many fish were there

Ans:

Ans:

1 31

.. t

39. Crate A contaIned 6 times as many docks as Crate B When 1215 clocks

were transferred from Crate A to Crate B. both crates had the sm numb.

Ans: [3]

40. 3 identical guitars and 2 identical grand pianos cost $ 32 195. 1 such

guitar

and I such grand piano cost $ 15 965. How much Will 2 such grand pianos

cost?

Ans: 131 L

mangoes would be given away free, If Aunt Aishah spent a total of $ 1293 o

Ans : [41

fi:

length of the rectangle is thnce the length of P. Find the area of the

fgurc

Ans: ______ ______ (4]

b) - of the cows and of the goats were sold to another farm. The remaining

animals continued to produce milk that was sold at $2 per bottle. How much

43 The table below shows the number of bottles of milk produced on a faim

1)s.

F Numbj

30

Totai number of

vin

this

Spa(

A.is:a.) __[ 2]

costs $27, how much will it cost Mr Johnson to fence up the entire

SUflfloer

patch?

-(-—- 38 m

[,

Lii

.!

Ans: _[4]

- END OF PAPER

SCHOOL : CHU

TERM CA2

17)46/8 X 125

= 4isoiiooo = 4.75

18)a)59.995 60.00

= 4445

19)33 — 17 = 16

162= 8

(28 x 2) + (33 X 2)

56 + 66 = 122

21)2.024

3: 3i69,12,15,i8,21,24,27,(3O)

5: 5,10, 15,20,25,(30),35,40 45 50

23)6 + 6 + 2 = 14

14 x 6 84cmz

24)D

E)(APiP4PER2OjT

Page 1 to 4

page 1

609 —8 = $76

90 —47° =43°

90 :-2 = 45°

45 — 18° = 27°

27° +43’ =70

27)29 x 8 = 232

28)$l0 10 x 2 = $2020

29)11 x 11 121

3+3=6

11—6 = 5

5 x 5 = 25

121 — 25 = 96cm2

30)0 x Li = 72

0+0

1 + 72 = 73

31)93±8 = 11 R5

11 + 1 = 12

32)2.3/5 -)smallest

33)9x4 = 36

11 + 11 = 22

36—22 = 14

142 = 7cm

34)20÷3 = 6 R2

15±3 = 5

6 x 5 = 30 3-m squares

Page 2

35)17 + 12 ÷ 7+6 = 29 + 13 = 42

17 + 12 + 7 = 36

36 2 = 18

42: 2 = 21

21 —3 = 7

36)5/6 of 12 = 10 (spec)

10 — 2 8

37)1—4/11 = 7/11

7/11436 + 62 = 98

1/11498±7 = 14

1/114 14 x 11 = 154

372 ±4—93

39)1215±5 243

7 + 7 = 14

243 x 14 = 3402

431+6 = 71 R5

71 x 2 = 142

Page 3

9 x 2 = 18

6 x 6 = 36

Rectangle-) 6 x 3 = 18

18 x 6 = 108

Total-*108 + 36 + 18 = 162

43)a)30 x 8 = 240

250-5O = 5

b)1/3 x 30 = 10

30— lo = 20 (left)

2/5 x 50 = 20

50—20 = 30 (left)

20 x 8 160

30 x 5 = 150

310 x 2 = 620

44)38—4—jj. = 23(L)

23—4—4. 15(B)

23 + 23 + 15 + 15 = 76

76 x 27 = 2052

It would cost $2052 for Mr Johnson to fence up the entire sunflower patch.

Page 4

Rosyth School

Tlndivalwork

What’s Wrong?

Qiijectives;

iii) To connect conceptual and procedural knowledge

Read the Following number statements carefully. Circle the wrong answer.

Mathematics

Duration: 30 minute

Which is Wrong -

a.

4 288

Correct Answer(s)

b. 2!_!=1!

6 3 3

C.

X2816

Cor wins)

d.

5-

x 54 =40

Obiectjve;

discover the error

and correct it

What’s Wrong?

1) Identify the correct model and fill in the blank with the correct

answer. (1 mark)

Word Problorn

All had 245 marbles. -- of them were green and of the remainder were blue

and the ¡

[f) How many more yellow marbles than green marbles did he have?

.-

Model I

G[]

B Li 1 245

LI I IZJ J

Model 2

GLi ,.)

B Li LI 245

Y El, I 1 1 LI J

Model 3

B EEIEZEZJ 245

Li ïi J

il) My solution: You may use (he correct model to help you solve the word

problem

You have to write your number sentences and word statements clearly. (4

marks’

ii) My solution:

Answec (a)_____________

(b)

(he End -—

SCHOOL : ROSYTH

SUBJECT: PRIMARY 4 MATHEMATICS

- --

I b r7-1/32_1/62,6 t

13I6

= 11h

d 5/6x54/1=45

ii)7u4245

a)1u-2457 = 35

b)3u-35 x 3 = 105

105—35 = 70

DATE

AI TONG SCHOOL

2012

CONTINUAL ASSESSMENT 2

PRIMARY .4

MATHEMATICS

: 23August 2012

!NSTliuc TIONS

Follow ah instructions

Name

Class

Date

---

: Primary 4

Parent’s Signature

)

DURATION: I h 45 mn

F. -

..—

Section A

Questions Ito 14 carry 2 marks each. For each question, four options are

given. One of

them is the correct answer. Make your choice (1, 2, 3 or 4). Shade the oval

(1, 2, 3 or 4)

1. In which of the following numbers does the digit 6 stand for 60?

(1) 26049

(2) 75601

(3) 83 062

(4) 60483

2 3.02 = 3 + 2/ [ ]

2. What is the missing number in the box?

(1) 1

(2) 10

(3) l00

(4) 1000

3.6x10000+8x1000+2x100+4x1= ______

(1) 68241

(2) 68204

(3) 68201

(4) 68024

4 Which of the following is a factor of both 8 and 16?

(1) 24

(2) 16

(3) 3

(4) 4

5 How many quarters are there in 3 wholes?

(1)1/4

(2)3/4

(3) 3

(4) 12

6 Which of the following letters has perpendicular lines?

(1) X

(2) A

(3) C

(4) H

7. 24.7x6= [ ] x 2, what is the missing number in the box?

(1) 49.4

(2) 74.1

(3) 148.2

(4) 296.4

8 Round off the sum of 1.29, 5.48 and 8.36 to 1 decimal place.

(1) 15.0

(2) 15.1

(3) 15.2

(4) 15.3

9. Mrs Goh packed some sweets into packets of 4 and had 3 sweets left. If

she packed them into packets of 5, there would be no sweets left over.

Which of the following is a possible number of sweets that Mrs Goh had at

first?

(1) 11

(2) 19

(3) 25

(4) 35

10. The sum of two numbers is 60.5. One of the numbers is 12.24 less than

the other number. What is the smaller number?

(1) 24.13

(2) 36.37

(3) 48.26

(4) 72.74

11. The total cost of 3 similar dresses and a bag is $317. The bag costs

$89. How much more does the bag cost than one dress?

(1) $13

(2) $76

(3) $139

(4) $228

12. PQRS is a rectangle not drawn to scale. Find the sum of ∠SPT and ∠PQT.

(1) 27°

(2) 43°

(3) 700°

(4) 110°

13. Mrs Goh bought 20 kg of flour. She used 7(3/5) kg to bake some cakes

and 7/10 kg to bake some cookies. How many kilograms of flour had she left?

(1) 11(7/10) kg

(2) 12(3/10) kg

(3) 14(2/5) kg

(4) 19(3/10) kg

14 The figure below is made up of a square and a rectangle, not drawn to

scale. Find its perimeter.

(1) 20cm

(2) 33 cm

(3) 40 cm

(4) 45 cm

15. Write the decimal represented by A

16 Find the value of 8.67 x 3.

17 What is the remainder when 2013 is divided by 6?

18 Fill in the blank with the correct number in the number pattern below.

3769, 3919, 4069, _________, 4369

19. 5873 ÷ 7 = ____

20 Round off 53 129 to the nearest hundred.

21. 23.85 + 1.09 = ____

22 what number is 10 more than 8995?

23. 2380 x 5 = __________

24 Mrs Deepa wants to buy 2 kg of milk powder. How much can she save if she

buys the 2-kg tin instead of two 1-kg tins of milk powder?

25 In the space provided, complete square ABCD by drawing 3 more lines. One

side of the square, AB, has been drawn for you. Label points C and D.

26. Mina had 150 sweets and cookies. After giving away 3/4 of her sweets

and 35 cookies, she had an equal number of sweets and cookies left. How

many sweets had she left?

27. Name two pairs of perpendicular, lines in the figure below.

28. Draw a line parallel to line AD through point B. Mark the point E where

the line meets CD. Measure CE

29. Some shapes are drawn as shown below. How many more circles must be

drawn so that of the total number of shapes is circles?

30. Grace is standing at point X and facing point B. She wants to turn

anti-clockwise to face point E. She must turn _____ degrees,

31. Measure and write down the size of ∠a.

32. The perimeter of the square ABCD is 48 cm. E and F are the midpoints of

side AB and BC respectively. Find the area of the shaded part.

33. The figure is made up of 2 rectangles, not drawn to scale. Find the

perimeter of the whole figure.

34. At the zoo, there were some passengers on a tram as it left Station A.

At Station B, 16 passengers alighted and 20 boarded the tram. At Station C,

11 passengers boarded and nobody alighted. Then there were 52 passengers

on-board the tram. How many passengers were on the tram at Station A?

35. Mr Muthu bought 5 bags of curry powder. The mass of each bag of curry

powder was 12.52 kg. He then repacked them equally into 9 smaller packets.

What was the mass of each smaller packet? Round-off your answer to 1

decimal place.

36. There were some adults and children at a party. 3/8 of the people were

adults. 3/4 of the children were boys. If there were 20 girls, how many

more children than adults were there?

37. 2 similar books cost as much as 3 similar magazines. If 4 such books

and 3 magazines cost $29.70, find the cost of 2 such books.

38. At a football field, 18 boys lined up in a row for their warm-up

exercise. The spacing between two boys was the same. The distance between

the 3rd boy and 8th boy was 6.25m. What was the distance between the 11th

boy and the boy and the last boy?

39. The total mass of Adrian and Ben is 116.4 kg. The total mass of Ben and

Cai Ling is 93.1 kg. The total mass of Adrian and Cai Ling is 108.3 kg.

What is the mass of Cai Ling?

40. There were thrice as many men as women at an exhibition. After 45 men

felt the exhibition, there were twice as many women as men that remained

behind. How many men and women were there altogether at the exhibition at

first?

Draw a clearly labelled model as part of your method.

41. Mother bought a bottle of cooking oil. For the first week, she used

1/2 ℓ of cooling oil. For the second week, she used 1/12 ℓ more cooking oil

than the first week. Mother was then left with half the bottle of cooking

oil. How many litres of cooking oil did she-buy at first? Express your

answer in the simplest form.

42. A rectangular floor measures 24 m by 13 m. A rectangular carpet and a

square rug are placed on the floor as shown. The area of the floor that is

not covered is 193 m2. Find the length of the square rug. The figure is not

drawn to scale.

43 Grace folded a rectangular sheet of paper as shown in the figure below.

The figure is not drawn to scale. She then drew a line EG as shown,

SEMESTRAL ASSESSMENT 2

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(1) 4000

(2) 400

(3) 40

(4) 4

2. Round off 29 598 to the nearest hundreds.

(1) 29000

(2) 29500

(3) 29590

(4) 29600

3. Raja has a square carpet which has an area of 36 m2. What is the length

of the carpet?

(1) 6m

(2) 9m

(3) 3m

(4) 12m

4. Sumei started doing her homework at 15 25. She completed her homework 1

h 55 min later. What time did she complete her homework?

(1) 13 30

(2) 16 20

(3) 17 00

(4) 17 20

5. The table below shows the mass of 4 fruits.

What is the total mass of the lightest fruit and the heaviest fruit?

(1) 106 g

(2) 132 g

(3) 140 g

(4) 166 g

6. Mrs Copal had $20.90 at first. She bought 4 packets of potato chips at

$3.95 each. How much money did she have left?

(1) $4.60

(2) $5.10

(3) $16.00

(4) $16.20

7. How many quarters are there in 3 wholes?

(1)3/4

(2)1(1/3)

(3)12

(4)4

8. One of the lines in the figure is parallel to AE. Which line is parallel

to line AE?

(1) Line AB

(2) Line BD

(3) Line BE

(4) Line DE

9. Which of the following is NOT an equivalent fraction of

(1)2/3

(2)4/6

(3)6/8

(4)8/12

10. What is the number when 251.63 is rounded off to 1 decimal place.

(1) 251.0

(2) 251.6

(3) 251.7

(4) 252.0

11. Which number below is 100 more than 8497?

(1) 8397

(2) 8498

(3) 8507

(4) 8597

12. In which of the following numbers does the digit 3 stand for 3

hundredths?

(1) 311.25

(2) 213.56

(3) 210.35

(4) 578.43

13. The figure below shows a rectangle.

(1) 45cm

(2) 60 cm

(3) 105cm

(4) 120cm

14. The graph below shows the height of a plant over a month.

During which period of time was the growth of the plant the fastest?

(l) week 0 to week 1

(2) week 1 to week 2

(3) week 2 to week 3

(4) week 3 to week 4

15. 9 bottled drinks weigh 2 kg 970 g. What is the mass of a dozen bottled

drinks?

(1) 1980 g

(2) 3300 g

(3) 3960 g

(4) 4104 g

16. Arrange the following numbers from the smallest to the greatest.

2019, 2109, 2091

17. The figure below is made up of a rectangle and a square. Find the area

of the unshaded part below.

18. The following graph shows the number of children in each family in a

particular

In total, 56 families have more than one child. Complete the bar graph

above to show the number of families which have 3 children.

19. 3 identical crosses and a triangle are placed on weighing scales

as shown below. What is the mass of the triangle?

20. How many more square(s) must be shaded so that line XY is a line of

symmetry? Number of children in each family

21. Identity and shade the unit shape in the tessellated figure shown

below.

22. What is the missing number in the box? 1/3 = [ ] / 12

23. Write the decimal represented by A.

24. The figure below shows a rectangle. Find the value of ∠q.

25. 7/12 + 1/4 = ___

26. Write the missing number in the number pattern below. 12879, 12989, __,

13209, 13319

27. Two factors of 21 are 1 and 21. What are the other two factors of 21?

28. The table below shows the number of mother tongue language books in 4

classes

(a) In 4B, what fraction of the books are Tamil books? Express your answer

in the simplest form

(b) How many Malay books are there in 4C?

29. Mr Lim had 2 barrels each containing 13.75ℓ of oil. He transferred all

the oil from the barrels into 5 identical tanks. What is the amount of oil

in each tank?

30. Meng Meng takes 24 min to walk home from her grandparents house.

Cycling reduces her travelling time by half. She leaves her grandparents

house at 1355. What time will she reach home if she cycles? Express your

answer in 24-hour clock.

31. Measure and write down the size of ∠w.

32. The pattern below shows part of a tessellation. Extend the tessellation

by drawing two more unit shapes in the space provided.

33. Find the value of 5.72 x 8.

34. 6574—3217 = ____

35. The table below shows the number of plates of fried rice and chicken

rice sold in a coffee shop last week.

A plate of fried rice and a plate of chicken rice costs 3 each. On Friday,

the number of plates of fried rice sold was twice the number of plates of

chicken rice sold. How many plates of chicken rice were sold on Friday?

36. Company A and Company B have 2 068 workers altogether. Company A has

542 more workers than Company B. How many workers does Company B have?

37. A 100-cm tall rectangular container was partly filled with water. A tap

was then turned on to drain out the water from the container completely.

The line graph below shows the height of the water level in the container

over some time.

(a) What fraction of the container was filled with water at first? Express

your answer as a fraction in its simplest form.

(b) How long did it take for the water level to fall to the 50-cm mark?

(c) How long did it take for all the water to be drained out from the

container?

38. Kim bought 3 pairs of sports shoes at $79.90 each. She gave the cashier

$300. How much change did she receive?

39. WXYZ is a square. ABCDEF is made up of 6 identical triangles. The area

of one triangle is 18 cm2

(a) What fraction of the figure is shaded?

(b) Find the length of XY.

40. In June, Muthu’s salary was $2080. He spent 1/10 of it on transport and

7/10 of it on food and saved the rest.

In July, his salary was reduced. He saved 1/5 of it and reduced his

spending on food by $220. He spent the same amount of money on transport.

How much did he save in July?

41. The length of a pen is 20 cm. The length of the pen is 4/5 the length

of a ruler. Jenny has an equal number of pens and rulers. Find the number

of pens Jenny has if the length of all the rulers is 80 cm more than the

length of the pens.

42. The total mass of Amanda and Beatrice is 61.5kg. The total mass of

Amanda and Cindy is 67kg. If the total mass of Beatrice and Cindy is

63.5kg, find the mass of Amanda.

43. Study the pattern below. All the stars are identical.

a) How many stars are needed for the 10th pattern?

b) At which pattern will there be 41 stars?

44. Mrs Lee bought 17 cartons of green tea and grape juice altogether.

There were 24 bottles of drinks in each carton. After she sold 7/9 of the

number of bottles of grape juice and 68 bottles of green tea, the number of

bottles of green tea became 4 tunes the number of bottles of grape juice.

How many more bottles of green tea than grape juice were there at first?

2012

PRIMARY 4

MATHEMATICS

Section A

I 30

Section B

I 40

Section C

¡ 30

Name:_____________________ ( )

(1) 50381 (2) 56308

(3) 56301 (4) 56038

2. Complete the following number pattern.

7, 10, 13, _____, ______, 22

(1) 14, 15 (2) 14, 21

(3) 16, 17 (4) 16, 19

3. 42 569 rounded off to the nearest hundred is

(1) 42500 (2) 42570

(3) 42 600 (4) 43000

4. What fraction of the shapes in the box are

(1)3/10 (2)3/7

(3)7/10 (4)7/3

5. Which of the following figures contains both parallel and perpendicular

lines?

(1) E (2) K (3) L (4) N

6. What is the number when 156.74 is rounded off to 1 decimal place?

(1) 156.0 (2) 156.7

(3) 156.8 (4) 157.0

7. Which one of the following figures is a symmetric figure?

8. In the figure below, ABCO is a rectangle. Find ∠x.

(1) 1649

(3) 1320

(2) 2179

(4) 21490

10. Find the sum of 8 tenths and 16 hundredths. Round off your answer to I

decimal place.

(1)0.8 (2) 0.9 (3) 1.0 (4) 1.1

11. Selina is facing south-west. She makes a 3/8 turn in an anti-clockwise

direction. Which direction is she facing now?

(1) West

(3) North

(2) East

(4) South

12. Jiemin completed a race in 95 seconds. Lisa was 30 seconds faster than

Jiemin. How long did Lisa take to complete the race?

(1) l min 5 sec

(2) 1 min 25 sec

(3) 2 min 5 sec

(4) 2 min 25 sec

13. The figure below is made up of a rectangle and 2 identical squares.

Each side of the square is 2 cm. What is the area of the figure?

(1) 24 cm2

(2) 8 cm2

(3) 20 cm2

(4) 4 cm2

14. X is a number between 20 and 60. When it is divided by 6 or 8, there is

a remainder of 3. When it is divided by 9, there is no remainder. Which one

of the following numbers is X?

(1) 56

(2) 45

(3) 36

(4) 27

15. The square KLMN is divided into 4 equal parts as shown below. The area

of each part is 38 cm2. Find the perimeter of square KLMN.

(1) 144cm (2) 48cm

(3) 24cm (4) 12cm

16. Two factors of 6 are 1 and 6. What are the other two factors of 6?

17. What is the value of 5/2 + 2/3? Express your answer as a mixed number.

18. Find the value of 1- 2/5 - 3/10.

19. Arrange the following fractions from the smallest to the greatest.

20. In the figure, name the two angles that are greater than 90°.

21. Write 13 hundredths in figures.

22. Write the decimal represented by A.

23. Arrange the following numbers from the greatest to the smallest. 0.085,

0.805, 0.508

24. Find the value of 2.98 x 7.

25. Express 0.45 as a fraction in its simplest form.

26. Aileen has 9/10m of ribbon. Jane’s ribbon is 1/2m longer than Aileen’s

ribbon. Find the total length of ribbon that both girls have. Express your

answer as a mixed number.

27. Mike had $95. He spent 2/5 of his money on a shirt and saved the rest

of his money. How much money did he save?

28. AB is a straight line. Construct an angle such that ∠ ABC 80°. Mark and

label the angle.

29. The figure below shows a line MN and a point P. Draw a line parallel to

MN passing through point P.

30. Class 4A won $60 in a competition. The money was shared equally among

the 40 pupils in the class How much did each pupil receive?

31. Mrs Wong baked 1550 cupcakes. She packed all the cupcakes into boxes.

Each box could hold 6 cupcakes. What was the minimum number of boxes Mrs

Wong used to pack all the cupcakes?

32. The figure ABCD below is made up of a square and a rectangle. The area

of the square is 49 cm2 and the area of the rectangle is 112 cm2. Find the

length of AB.

33. Jane had 16.12 kg of sugar. She used 6.2 kg of sugar to bake a cake.

How many kilogrammes of sugar were left? Round off your answer to the

nearest whole number.

34. Complete the figure below so that AB is the line of symmetry.

35. The bar graph below shows the amount of money that Dan, Ken and Sam

have.

What is the total amount of money Ken has to give Dan and Sam so that all

will have the same amount of money?

36. The sequence of the figures below is formed by toothpicks. 3 toothpicks

are used to form 1 triangle, 5 toothpicks to form 2 triangles and 7

toothpicks to form 3 triangles. Study the patterns carefully and answer

questions (a) and (b).

(a) How many toothpicks are needed to form 6 triangles?

(b) How many triangles can be formed with 21 toothpicks?

37. The figure below is made up of 3 identical rectangles. The area of each

rectangle is 32 cm2. The length and breadth of the rectangle are whole

numbers. Find the perimeter of the figure.

38. In a school bookshop pencils are sold at either $0.80 each or $3 for a

set of 5 pencils. What is the maximum number of pencils that Mr Tan can buy

if he has $1780?

39. A tank is filled with oil. When 120ml of oil are added into the tank,

it becomes 2/3 full. How many more millilitres of oil are needed to

completely fill the tank?

40. The time in Paris is 6 hours behind that of Singapore. Jonah took a 12

hour flight from Singapore to Paris. He departed from Singapore at 12 35 on

Tuesday. (a) What was the time In Paris when he arrived there?

(b) On which day in Paris did he arrive there?

41. The table below shows the number of muffins said by Victor in 5 months

from January to May. The number of muffins that Victor sold in April was of

the total number of muffins he sold in the first 3 months from January to

March. (a) What was the number of muffins Victor sold in April?

(b) Victor earned $3 for every muffin he sold. He earned a total amount of

$3060 from January to May. How many muffins did he sell In May?

42. Alice, Jane and Tina have 1050 paper hats altogether. Tina has 150

paper hats more than Jane. Tina has twice as many paper hats as Alice. How

many paper hats does Jane have?

43. Victoria has a sum of money to buy some pears. If she buys 6 pears, she

will have $1 left. If she buys 8 pears, she will be short of $1.40. (a)

What is the cost of 1 pear?

(b) How much money does Victoria have?

MATHEMATICS

INSTRUCTiONS TO CANDIDATEŠ

(1) 856

(2) 8560

(3) 85006

(4) 85060

2. Which one of the following pairs are common factors of both 18 and 27?

(1) l and 6

(2) 2 and 3

(3) 3 and 9

(4) 6 and 9

3. In 68.75, the digit _____ is in the tenths place.

(1) 5

(2) 6

(3) 7

(4) 8

4. What fraction of the shapes in the box is ?

(1) 1/2

(2) 1/3

(3) 1/8

(4) 1/12

5. What is the missing number in the box? 8(5/9) = [ ] / 9

(1) 40

(2) 67

(3) 77

(4) 85

6. Which one of the following fractions is in its simplest form?

(1) 5/7

(2) 3/6

(3) 6/9

(4) 2/10

7. Which one of the following figures has 2 lines of symmetry?

8. Which of the following unit shapes can be tessellated?

9. In the figure below, which angle is greater than a right angle?

(1) ∠w

(2) ∠x

(3) ∠y

(4) ∠z

10. The area of a square is 100 cm2. Find its perimeter.

(1) 10cm

(2) 20cm

(3) 25cm

(4) 40cm

11. When a certain number is rounded off to the nearest 100, the answer is

38900.The smallest possible whole number is ___

(1) 38845

(2) 38850

(3) 38901

(4) 38945

12. The figure below is not drawn to scale. Given that all the lines meet

at right angles, find its perimeter.

(1) 58 cm

(2) 83 cm

(3) 91 cm

(4) 116 cm

13. A bag contains 60 buttons.1/4 of the buttons are blue. 1/2 of the

buttons are yellow and the rest are green. How many green buttons are

there?

(1) 15

(2) 20

(3) 40

(4) 45

14. When it is 06 00 in Singapore, It is 07 00 in Korea on the same day. Mr

Wong, who was in Korea on a business trip, called his daughter in

Singapore. She fecelve4 Jus call at 23 10 on Monday. What was the time and

day in Korea?

(1) 00 10, Monday

(2) 00 10, Tuesday

(3) 22 10, Monday

(4) 22 10, Tuesday

15. Cindy bought a laptop and a television set for a total of $4 800. The

difference between the cost of-the two items was $1 800. If the laptop

costs more, how much did the television set cost?

(1) $1200

(2) $1500

(3) $3000

(4) $3300

16. The total mass of 3 similar pineapples and a watermelon is 13.9 kg. The

mass of the watermelon is 1.5 kg more than that of a pineapple. What is the

mass of each pineapple?

(1)3.1 kg

(2)4.1 kg

(3)4.6 kg

(4)6.6 kg

17. The figure below is made up of 3cm squares. Find its perimeter.

(1)18cm

(2)24cm

(3)54cm

(4)72cm

18. Marcus has a piece of cardboard of length 15cm and breadth 10cm. He

cuts away a small rectangle at one of its corners as shown. What is the

area of the remaining cardboard?

(1) 32 cm2

(2) 42 cm2

(3) 108 cm2

(4) 150 cm2

19. Jerome used stickers to make a pattern. The first 12 stickers are shown

below. What is the shape of the 37th sticker?

20. Laura spent some of her money on a magazine. She spent of her money on

a set of colour markers and had $12 left. If the magazine costs $24, how

much money did Laura have at first?

(1) $27

(2) $36

(3) $42

(4) $63

22. Arrange the numbers below in order, beginning with the greatest.

23. _______ ÷ 4 = 3171 R3

24. Express 62/8 as a mixed number in its simplest form.

25. How many sixths are there in 2/3?

26. Write the decimal represented by X.

27. Round off 19.39 to the nearest whole number.

28. Mrs Tan bought 2 kg of grapes. Her family ate 1/5 of it and packed the

remaining grapes into 5 similar packets. What is the mass of the grapes in

each packet? Express your answer in grams.

29. In the figure, not drawn to scale. ABCD is a square. ∠p is twice as

large as ∠q. What is ∠p?

30. Measure and write down the size of ∠x.

31. There were 3 litres of syrup in a jug. Glendon poured out 5 cups of 250

mℓ each for his brothers. How much syrup had he left?

32. A tour bus left Singapore for Penang al 10.15 p.m. Along the way, it

stopped for petrol for 15 minutes. The tour bus finally reached Penang at

2.45 a.m. the next day. How long did the journey take? (Exclude the time

taken for rfue1lflg for petrol).

33. 1 boy had as many coins as 2 girls. 2 boys and 4 girls had 192 coins

altogether. How many coins did each boy have?

34. Cupcakes are sold in boxes of 6. Each box costs $4. With $39, what is

the maximum number of cupcakes Dan can buy?

The table below shows the total number of plates of fried noodles and fried

rice sold in the school canteen from Monday to Friday. Study the table

below carefully and use it to answer questions 35 and 36.

35. What was the total amount of money collected from Monday to Friday?

36. A plate of fried noodles and a plate of fried rice cost $1 each. On

Friday, the number of plates of fried noodles sold was twice that of fried

rice. How many plates of fried noodles were sold on Friday?

37. In the figure below, the dotted line is a line of symmetry. Shade the

squares and triangles required to make a symmetric pattern.

38. What fraction of the figure is shaded?

39. The area of a rectangular garden ABCD is 196 m2. Then, Mr Yeo dug a

square-shaped pond in the garden as shown.1/4 of the ABCO is used for the

pond. What is the length of the square-shaped pond?

40. Leonard has 12 cards. Some are rectangular and some are triangular. The

cards have 40 sides altogether. How many rectangular cards does Leonard

have?

41. Desmond and Heather had 280 stickers altogether. Desmond had 30 more

stickers than Heather. Desmond used 1/5 of his stickers. How many stickers

had Desmond left?

42. The figure below is made up of squares X and Y and rectangle Z. (a)

Find the breadth of rectangle Z.

(b) Find the perimeter of square X.

43. A belt costs twice as much as a purse. A briefcase costs $80 more than

a belt. The total cost of a bell, a purse and a briefcase is $2530. (a)

What is the cost of a purse?

(b) What is the total cost of a belt and a briefcase?

44. Mark and Brian have a total of $260. Mark and Arthur have a total of

$680. If Arthur has 5 times as much money as Britain, how much money does

have?

45. Nicole had an equal number of Pens and markers at first. She gave half

of the pens to her brother and bought another 21 markers as pens. How many

pens had she at first?

Primary 4 Mathematics

(1)40

(2)400

(3)4000

(4)40000

2. Which of the following has 1/3 of the figure shaded?

3. 41 tenths and 15 hundredths is the same as_____

(1)0.425

(2)0.560

(3)4.155

(4)4.250

4. How many one-eighths are there altogether in 3 wholes?

(1) 1(3/8)

(2) 3(1/8)

(3)8

(4)24

5. Write 12(3/12) as a decimal

(1) 12.36

(2) 12.312

(3) 12.25

(4) 12.036

6. Find the sum of 99.8 and 120(49/1000). Round off the answer to the

nearest tenth.

(1) 219.0

(2) 219.8

(3) 219.9

(4) 220.0

7. Kenneth sold some packets of sweets and chocolates at a funfair. Each

packet contained 6 sweets and 2 bars of chocolates. How many sweets did he

sell if he had sold 102 bars of chocolates?

(1) 13

(2) 17

(3) 57

(4) 306

8. Jovan started to paint his bedroom at 10 35. He took 7 h 35 min to

complete the painting. At what time did he finish painting his bedroom?

(1) 6.lOa.m.

(2) 8.10a.m.

(3) 6.10p.m.

(4) 8.10p.m.

9. In the figure, PQRS is a rectangle. Find the difference between ∠a and

∠b.

(1)50°

(2)76°

(3)86°

(4)94°

10. Which of the following are common factors of 27 and 54?

(1) 2 and 3

(2) 3 and 8

(3) 3 and 9

(4) 6 and 9

11. What the value of the digit 8 in the product of 12.08 and 7?

(1)8 tens

(2)8 Ones

(3)8 tenths

(4)8 hundredths

12. A piece of cloth is 16.8m long. It is cut into 2 pieces. The longer

piece is 1 .3m longer than the shorter piece. What is the length of the

shorter piece of cloth?

(1) 15.50m

(2) 8.40m

(3) 7.75m

(4) 7.70m

13. Which of the following figures has perpendicular lines?

14. Kumar and Samuel shared the cost of a present for their friend. Kumar

paid 3/4 of the cost of the present. Samuel paid the remaining $24. What

was the cost of the present?

(1) $18

(2) $42

(3) $32

(4) $96

15. The figure below is made up of identical rectangles. The length of each

rectangle is twice of its breadth. The area of the figure is 108 cm2. Find

the perimeter of the figure.

16. Jackson has $30 worth of stamps. Half of the stamps are $1 stamps. The

rest of the stamps are 5O Ø stamps and 20Ø stamps. He has $8 worth of 50Ø

stamps and $1 worth of 20Ø stamps. How many stamps does Jackson have

altogether?

(1) 18cm

(2) 48cm

(3) 54cm

(4) 72cm

17. Write the missing number in the number pattern below. 4649, 4499 , 4349

,_____ , 4049

18. What is the value of 5/8+3/4? Express your answer as a mixed number.

19. Round off 43 549 to the nearest hundred.

20. 5908 ÷ 7 = _____

21. The capacity of a bottle is 1.24ℓ. The capacity of a flask is twice the

capacity of the bottle. What is the total capacity of 3 such bottles and 2

such flasks?

22. Find the value of 0.58 x 7.

23. Roslinda took a flight from Singapore to Japan. When it is 06 00 in

Singapore, it is 0700 in Japan. The flight was 6 hours 45 minutes long.

When Roslinda landed in Japan, the dock in the airport showed 12 15. What

was the time in Singapore when Rosalinda’s flight departed? Express your

answer using the 24-h clock.

24. The table below shows the survey results of a group 235 Primary 4

pupils on the number of times they exercise in a week.(i) Find the number

of pupils who exercise at least twice a Week.

(ii) What fraction of the total number of pupils exercise less than twice

week? Leave your answer in the simplest form

25. Express 0.6 as a fraction.

26. Ganesh is facing the canteen. He turns 135° anti-clockwise and then

turns 90° clockwise. Where is he facing flow?

27. The line graph below shows the distance Katie cycled for a particular

week.

i) How many days did Katie cycle for more than 10 km but less than 20 km?

ii) Find the total distance Katie had cycled.

28. In the figure, name the two angles that are greater than 90°.

29. Which two of the fractions below are smaller than 1/2. 3/8, 2/4, 5/11

30. What is the difference between 129 hundredths and 23 thousandths? Round

off your answer to 2 decimal places

31. The following is a symmetric figure. Draw a line to show the line of

symmetry

32. Arrange the following numbers in order from the greatest to smallest.

0.079, 0.709, 0.907

33. The diagram below shows 4 different unit shapes. Which of the unit

shape(s) can be tessellated?

34. Raja drove from Singapore to Malacca. He drove for 2(1/4)h and arrived

at his destination at 19 05. At what time did he leave Singapore? Leave

your answer in 12-h clock.

35. The figure is made of 2 identical rectangles P and Q, and square R.

Each rectangle has a perimeter of 48cm. The length of the rectangle is

twice of its breadth Find the area of the figure.

36. Every day, during lunchtime Nelson and Benson will deliver 240 packets

of lunchbox to the Sweet Home estate’s residents. For every 9 packets of

lunch box delivered by Nelson, Benson will deliver 2 more packets than he

does. How many packets of lunch box are delivered by Benson every day?

37. The prices of two sizes of vases at a shop are shown below, Michelle

bought an equal number of small vases and large vases. She spent

$120 altogether. How many vases did she buy in all?

38. In October Jeremy spent $390 on food which was 1/3 of his salary. He

gave his parents 4/9 of his salary. He spent half of the remaining money on

transport and saved the other half. How much money did he save?

39. Gopal bought 2 sacks of rice that weighs 13 kg each. He repacked the

rice into 8 equal bags and sold them. (a) What is the mass of each bag of

rice?

(b) If Gopal sold all the bags of rice at $6.45 each, how much money would

he receive in all?

40. Gin wanted to buy new electric piano which cost $3760. She has been

saving for half a year but she is still short of $2350. If she saved an

equal amount of money each month, what is the least number of months she

needs to save to get the electric piano?

41. The figure below shows the floor plan of the music room in Kidz

playhouse. There are two identical platforms in the room. The shaded part

of the floor was covered with carpet. Find the cost of carpeting the room

if every 1m2 of carpet cost $7.

42. Ashton bought some metal wire for his art project. He used 5/12 of it

to make a decorative item and gave 184 cm of it to Melvin. Then he had 1/4

of the metal wire left. What was the length of the metal wire that Ashton

bought?

43. A supermarket is having a sale on $2-chocolate bars. The price during

the sale was 3/5 of the price before the sale. a) How much is one chocolate

bar selling at now?

b) How much would Louis save if he bought 9 pieces of chocolate bars?

44. Aloysius is building a wall with some bricks. He arranges the bricks in

a pattern as shown below. a) If the wall is made up of 10 layers of bricks

how many bricks will he need altogether?

b) If he uses 78 bricks, how many layers of bricks will there be altogether

Founded in i887

PRIMARY 4

MATHEMATICS

(1) 5

(2) 2

(3) 6

(4) 8

2 which of the following is a multiple of both 6 and 8?

(1) 12

(2) 14

(3) 16

(4) 24

3 The digit 5 in 6.157 stands for 5 ___

(1) ones

(2) tens

(3) tenths

(4) hundredths

4 What fraction of the shapes in the box are *?

(1) 5/7

(2) 7/5

(3) 5/12

(4) 7/12

5 Arrange the following fractions from the greatest to the smallest. 1/4,

4/6, 7/12

(1) 4/6, 1/4, 7/12

(2) 7/12, 4/6, 1/4

(3) 4/6, 7/12, 1/4

(4) 1/4, 4/6, 7/12

6 Write 7(2/25) as a decimal.

(1) 7.02

(2) 7.04

(3) 7.06

(4) 7.08

7 In the figure below, which angle is a right angle?

(1) a

(2) b

(3) c

(4) d

Study the graph carefully and answer questions a and 9.The graph below

shows the number of pupils visiting the school library in a week.

8 What is the difference in the number of pupils visiting the library

between Wednesday and Friday?

(1) 100

(2) 250

(3) 300

(4) 350

9. Which day has 150 fewer pupils visiting the library than Thursday?

(1) Monday

(2) Tuesday

(3) Wednesday

(4) Friday

10 The clock below shows the time Harry left his house for the library in

the evening. Harry took 25 minutes to walk to the library. He was in the

library for 1 h 45 min. What time did he leave the library?

(1) 0740

(2) 0840

(3) 2025

(4) 2125

11 Look at the figure below. Which line is parallel to BC?

(1) AB

(2) BF

(3) FD

(4) DG

12 What is the value of 5.4 — 1.74? Round your answer to one decimal place.

(1)3.6

(2)3.7

(3)7.1

(4)7.2

13 7.06 x 6 = ____

(1) 42.36

(2) 42.96

(3) 43.36

(4) 43.86

14 Shi Yun was asked to draw a figure made up of three rectangles, four

triangles and two circles. She drew the following figures.Which of the

figures is correctly drawn?

(1) Figure 1

(2) Figure 2

(3) Figure 3

(4) Figure 4

15 Study the figures below. For each figure, the dotted line represents its

line of symmetry. In which figure is the line of symmetry incorrectly

drawn?

(1) 1

(2) 2

(3) 3

(4) 4

16 3 identical squares had been removed from a square cardboard as shown

below. The total area of the shaded parts was 108 cm2.Find the perimeter of

the remaining cardboard

(1) 72cm

(2) 84cm

(3) 114cm

(4) 216cm

17 A rectangular picture below measuring 9 cm by 13 cm was pasted onto a

piece of cardboard as shown below, leaving a border of 1 cm all round the

picture. What is the perimeter of the cardboard?

(1) 22cm

(2) 26 cm

(3) 48 cm

(4) 52cm

18 Write the missing number in the number pattern below. 4219, 4369, 4519,

4819

19 Round off 32 651 to the nearest hundred.

20. 3008 – 542 =

21 Which two of the fractions below are smaller than 1/2? 2/3, 2/7, 5/100,

5/11

22 Write 14/6 as a mixed number in its simplest form.

23 Express 0.64 as a fraction in its simplest form.

24 Find the value of 5.78 X 9.

25 The clock below shows the time Harry started jogging in the evening. He

finished jogging at 20 35. How long did he run?

The table below shows the number of pupils from the various classes who

attended the Math and Science Enrichment lesson.

26 Primary 4A has 40 pupils. Every pupil attended at least 1 activity. How

many pupils in Primary 4A attended both activities?

27 How many more pupils attended the Math & Science Trail than the Silence

Enrichment lesson?

28 Nathan took a bus ride to Kuala Lumpur. The journey was 4 h 20 mins. He

then took a taxi to his hotel. The taxi ride was 45 minutes. He arrived at

his at his hotel at 09 15. At what time did Nathan begin his journey?

Express your answer m the 24-hour clock.

29 Measure and write down the size of ∠x.

30 ABCD is a square. Find ∠x.

31 Kevin made two turns and ended up facing the HDB flat.1st turn: He

turned 90° anticlockwise. 2 turn: He made a 225° clockwise turn. Where was

Kevin facing at first?

32 Extend the tessellation above by drawing 4 moro unit shapes in the space

provided.

33 The figure below is made up of 5 identical rectangles. Find the area of

the figure.

34 Serena cut out some triangular pieces from a rectangular piece of paper,

as shown below. What is the maximum number of triangular pieces of paper

she can cut out?

35 The length of a rectangular field is 3 times the breadth of the field.

The perimeter of the field is 96 m. What is the length of the field?

36 The total mass of 6 packets of biscuits and 8 jars of sweets is 3200g.

The total mass of 1 packet of biscuits and 1 jar of sweets is 450 g. (a)

what is the mass of 2 jars of sweets?

(b) What is the mass of 1 packet of biscuits?

37 Raju gave 2/5 of his salary to his mother. He saved of the remaining

money and spent the rest equally on food, transport and entertainment He

spent $274 on food. (a) How much did he spend on food, transport and

entertainment?

(b) What Is Raju’s salary?

38 Mrs Lim paid $148 for 4 balls and 2 tennis rackets. A tennis racket cost

twice as much as a ball. What is the total cost of 1 tennis racket and 1

ball?

39 Isabelle and Natasha had equal mass of candies. Isabelle packed her

candies into big packets of mass 0.05 kg each while Natasha packed her

candles into small packets of mass 0.03 kg each. As a result, Natasha had 4

more packets than Isabelle. What was the amount of candies that Isabelle

had?

40 The figure below shows 2 identical squares which overlap. The shaded

area is one third the area of each square. The total area of the unshaded

part is 108 cm2. (a) What fraction of the figure is shaded?

(b) What is the length of the square?

SCHOOL : MGS

TERM : SA2

1. In which of the following numbers does the digit 9 stand for 9000?

(1) 10090

(2) 10900

(3) 19000

(4) 91000

2. Thirty-five thousand and sixty-four in numerals is:

(1) 35046

(2) 35064

(3) 35460

(4) 35640

3. 43953 rounded off to the nearest hundred is

(1) 43000

(2) 43900

(3) 43950

(4) 44000

4. What fraction of the shapes in the box are ?

(1) 4/10

(2) 4/6

(3) 3/5

(4) 6/4

5. 1/3 + 1/9 = [ ], What is the missing number in the box?

(1)1/27

(2)2/12

(3)2/9

(4)4/9

6. In which of the following numbers does the digit 3 stands for 3 tenths?

(1) 17.35

(2) 23.48

(3) 35.59

(4) 46.23

7. How many quarters are there in 3(1/4)?

(1) 1

(2) 13

(3) 3

(4) 31

8. The figure below is made up of 2 squares. (Not drawn to scale)How many

right angles are there inside the figure?

9. The figure below is made up of a triangle and a rectangle. How many

pairs of parallel lines are there in the figure?

(1) 1

(2) 2

(3) 3

(4) 4

10 10.65 x 8 = [ ], What is the number in the box?

(1)80.20

(2) 85.20

(3) 8020

(4) 8520

11. Amy took 38 Seconds to complete a math question. She took 46 seconds to

complete another question. What was the total time she took to complete

both math questions?

(1) 1 minute 4 seconds

(2) 1 minute 14 seconds

(3) 1 minute 24 Seconds

(4) 1 minute 34 seconds

12. Sam took a square piece of paper arid folded it in half into a triangle

as shown below. What is ∠ACB?

(1)45°

(2)50°

(3)90°

(4)135°

13 5.009 = 5 + 9/ [ ] What is the missing number in the box?

(1)1

(2)10

(3)100

(4)1000

14. How many right angles would a minute hand have moved if it moved from

3.45 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.?

(1) 1

(2) 2

(3) 3

(4) 4

15. A photograph measuring 18 cm by 10cm was placed on a wooden frame. Find

the area of the wooden frame not covered by the photograph. (The figure Is

not drawn to scale)

(1) 128 cm2

(2) 180 cm2

(3) 240 cm2

(4) 308 cm2

The line graph shows the number of people at a supermarket on 4 different

days. Study the graph carefully and answer questions 16 and 17.

16. How many people went to the supermarket on Day 3?

(1) 146

(2) 150

(3) 152

(4) 155

17. How many more people went to supermarket on Day 2 than on Day 4?

(1) 16

(2) 18

(3) 24

(4) 30

18. There are 480 people in a carnival. 5/8 of them are adults and the rest

are children. 2/3 of the children are gins. How many girls are there?

(1) 60

(2) 120

(3) 180

(4) 300

19. Jamie had some money. She spent 4/9 of her money on a handbag. If the

handbag cost $36, how much money did she have at first?

(1) $9

(2) $16

(3) $81

(4) $108

20. 1 ruler cost as much as 3 erasers. Amanda paid $2.00 for 1 ruler and 5

erasers. Find the cost of 1 eraser.

(1) 20Ø

(2) 25Ø

(3) 40Ø

(4) 5OØ

21. 64078=60000+4000+ ______ +8, what is the missing number?

22. What is the first common multiple of 5 and 7?

23. Arrange the following decimals from the smallest to the greatest. 40.6

, 0.64 , 60.4 , 0.46

24. In the number 67.315, the digit____ is in the thousandths place.

25. In the figure below, what is the length of the key?

26. Write 16/3 as a mixed number

27. 5/6 = [ ]/ 12, what is the missing number in the box?

28. 4/5 – 7/10 = [ ], what is the missing fraction in the box?

29. ABCD is a rectangle. Find ∠x.

30. Round off 142.65 to the nearest 1 decimal place.

31. Mrs Tan had 1(1/3)kg of meat. She cooked 5/6kg of meat for dinner. How

much meat was left? Give your answer in the simplest form.

32. 138.45 — 29.06 = ___

33. Write 7/20 as a decimal.

34. David left the house at 07 30. He travelled for 1 h 25 min to get to

his office. When he left the office, it was 16 55. How long was he in his

office?

35 Find the perimeter of the figure (not drawn to scale) below.

36. Mary had 15.8 kg of flour. She packed it into 5 equal packets. How much

flour was in each packet?

37. Ali bought 3 files and 2 notebooks for $48.50. If he paid $10.50 for

each file, how much did, each notebook cost?

The table below shows SA2 exam results for 4 students. Study the table

carefully and answer questions 38 and 39.

38. Which student has the highest total score?

39. If student B’s target was to score a total of 350, how many more marks

must he get in order to achieve his target?

40. The figure below (not drawn to scale) is made up of identical

rectangles. Find the area of the shaded rectangle.

41. Helen bought 8 packets of sweets from a shop. After she repacked them

into 29 bags of 7 sweets in each bag, she had 5 sweets left. How many

sweets were there in each packet that she bought from the shop?

42. A box with 3 identical vases weighed 4.1 kg. When another 2 identical

vases were added, the total mass became 6.5 kg. Find the mass of the box.

43. A rectangular piece of paper is folded to form the shape shown below

(not drawn to scale)(a) what is the perimeter of the rectangular piece of

paper when it is unfolded?

(b) what is the area of the rectangular piece of paper when it is unfolded?

44. Ali bought some pens. 1/4 of them were blue pens. 5/8 of them were

black pens and the rest were green pens. He bought 6 more black pens than

blue pens. How many pens did he buy altogether?

45 Seven years ago, Figo was 4 times as old as Gina. Their total age now is

54 years. How old is Figo flow?

AI TONG SCHOOL

2012

SEMESSTRAL ASSESSMENT 2

DURATION: I h 45 min

DATE

: 23 October 2012

(1) 10

(2) 100

(3) 1000

(4) 10000

2 Which of the following numbers when rounded off to the nearest ten

becomes 81500?

(1) 81444

(2) 81 496

(3) 81 506

(4) 81 554

3 Find the value of 7/9 – 1/3

(1) 2/3

(2) 2

(3) 4/9

(4) 8/9

4 The figure shown is made up of a square A of side 3 cm and a

rectangle B with breadth 4 cm. What is the length of the rectangle?

(1) 6cm

(2) 7cm

(3) 9cm

(4) 10cm

5 In which of the following numbers does the digit 4 stands for 4

tenths?

(1) 13.45

(2) 21.54

(3) 34.68

(4) 41.53

6 Write 3(7/20) as a decimal

(1) 3.72

(2) 3.7

(3) 3.35

(4) 3.035

7 The figure below is not drawn to scale. Given that all the lines meet at

right angles, find its perimeter.

(1) 52 cm

(2) 84 cm

(3) 118 cm

(4) 132 cm

8 The length of a rectangle is twice its breadth. If the breadth is 9 cm,

what is the area of the rectangle?

(1)54 cm2

(2) 81 cm2

(3) 121 cm2

(4) 162 cm2

The line graph shows the water Consumption of the Low family for the past

six months. Study the graph carefully and answer questions 9 and 10.

(1) 17.5 m3

(2) 27.5 m3

(3) 35 m3

(4) 425 m3

10 If the Low family had to pay $1.20 for every m3 of water used, how much

less did the Low family pay in June as compared to May?

(1) $12

(2) $42

(3) $30

(4) $72

11 A bamboo stick was cut into two pieces. The first piece was 3/8 m long.

The second piece was twice as long. What was the original length of the

bamboo stick?

(1)1/8 m

(2)3/8 m

(3)1(1/8) m

(4)2(1/4) m

12 Which of the following figures below do not have a line of symmetry

(1)Figures A and B

(2) Figures B and C

(3) Figures C and D

(4) Figures A and D

13 Mr Tan took a flight to Thailand and arrived at 14 10. If the journey

took him 3 h 30 mm, at what time did the plane take off?

(1) 1040

(2) 1110

(3) 1740

(4) 1810

14 Jamie had $18 more than Nicole. After their father gave each Of them $12

both of them had $68 altogether. How much money did Nicole have at first?

(1) $13

(2) $25

(3) $31

(4) $43

15 Write eleven thousand and forty-five in figures

16 What number is 10 more than 7895?

17 Two factors of 6 are 1 and 6. What are the other two factors of 6?

18 What fraction of the circles shown is shaded?

19 Which two of the fractions below are smaller than 1/2?

20 In the figure below, one of the lines is parallel to BD. Which line is

parallel to BD?

21 Measure and write down the size of ∠x.

22 Arrange the following numbers in order from the smallest to the

greatest. 4.8 , 4.18 , 40.1 , 4.09

23 Write 19/5 as a mixed number in its simplest form.

24 There were 2 litres of grape juice in a bottle. Grace drank 0.45 litres

of grape juice while Betty drank 4/5 litres of grape juice from the bottle.

How much grape juice was left in the bottle?

25 Study the diagram below. ABCD is a square, Find ∠y.

26 Draw 4 more unit shapes to extend the tessellation.

The table below shows the different modes of transport the children use to

go to school. Study the table carefully and answer question 27 and 28.

27 How many boys walk to school?

28 How many more children travel to School by bus than by car?

29 Complete the symmetric figure with the dotted line as a line of

symmetry.

30 James took 1h 25 min to complete his school work and then spent 55 min

to practise on his piano. If he started doing his school work at 3.45 p.m.,

at what time did he finish practising on his piano’

31 I am a number with 3 decimal places. The digit 6 is in the tenths place.

The digit 4 has a value of 4 hundredths. The ones place has a value of 9.

The digit 2 stands for 2/1000.What number am 1?

32 Ryo has four number cards as shown below. By using the digits on the

cards he forms the greatest possible 4-digit number and the smallest

possible 4-digit number. What is the difference between these two numbers?

33 How many one-eighths are there in 5(1/2)

34 Some students plan to buy a gift for their classmate. If each of them

pays $2, they will be short of $4 for the gift. If each of them pays $3,

they have $4 left. If there are fewer than lo students how much does the

gift cost?

35 Mr Chua is now 45 years old and his daughter is 17 years old. How many

years ago was Mr.Chua thrice as old as his daughter?

36 Siti bought 2 bags and a watch. Each bag cost $37.80. The watch cost

$56.30 more than each bag. How much did she spend altogether?

37 Mdm Ho had a piece of ribbon 300cm long. She cut out 2/5 of it for

Jessica and used 1/4 of it for her craft work. How many centimetres of

ribbon was left?

38 The diagram below shows the direction of each place from-the MRT

station. (a) Which direction is the Cinema from the MRT Station?

(b) Andrew is at the MRT Station facing South. He makes a 3/4 turn in an

anti-clockwise direction, where is he facing now?

39 Simon started on his Mathematics Practice Paper at 2.45 p.m. He took 5

minutes for each of the 14 multiple choice questions. He continued to

complete the remaining 9 word problems, using 8 minutes for each question.

At what time did he complete his Mathematics Practice paper?

(Express your answer using the 24-hour clock.)

40 The figure below is not drawn to scale. It is made up of 2 rectangles, A

and B, and a square C. The lengths of all the sides of the shapes are whole

numbers. (a) Find the area of Square C.

(b) Find the perimeter of the whole figure

41 Mrs Tay bought 4 pairs of shorts and 6 T-shirts for $41.60. Mrs Wong

bought 3 pairs of shorts and 5 T-shirts, and paid $8 less than Mrs Tay.

Find the cost of two T-shirts.

42 If Carol gives $16 to James, both of them will have the same amount of

money. If James gives $24 to Carol, she would have five times as much money

as he. How much does Carol have?

43 There are 940 blue, purple and red markers in a box. The number of blue

markers is 2/5 the number of purple markers There are 85 more red markers

than blue markers. How many purple markers are there?

SEMESTRAL ASSESSMENT 2

PRIMARY 4 MATHEMATICS

31 OCTOBER 2012

(1) ones

(2) tenths

(3) hundredths

(4) thousandths

2. Write 2(9/25) as a decimal.

(1) 2.25

(2) 2.36

(3) 2.45

(4) 2.90

3. Which of the following is a multiple of both 3 and 5?

(1) 8

(2) 24

(3) 30

(4) 35

4. Which of the following is not an equivalent fraction of 1/5?

(1) 2/10

(2)3/15

(3) 5/25

(4) 7/30

5. Arrange the following tractions from the smallest to the largest. 1/4,

7/12, 3/8

(1) 1/4, 3/8, 7/12

(2) 1/4,7/12, 3/8

(3) 3/8,1/4, 7/12

(4) 7/12, 3/8, 1/4

6. Which of the following figures contains both parallel lines and

perpendicular lines?

7. The sum of 2 hundreds and 16 tenths is ______

(1) 216

(2) 360

(3) 200.16

(4) 201.6

8. A group of tourists left Singapore for Kuala Lumpur at 11 45. The tour

bus stopped one hour for lunch along the way. It reached Kuala Lumpur at 18

25 on the same day. How long did the bus travel on the road?

(1) 4h 4O min

(2) 5h 40 min

(3) 6h 2O min

(4) 6h 40 min

9. A bottle contained lℓ 8mℓ of detergent at first. Mrs Lee used 445 mℓ of

the detergent for laundry. How much detergent was left in the bottle?

(1) 563 mℓ

(2) 635 mℓ

(3) 643 mℓ

(4) 1355 mℓ

10. When it is 09 20 in Singapore, it is 08 20 in Indonesia. A plane took

off for Indonesia at 11 00 Singapore time. The flight was 1 h 25 min long.

At what time would the plane arrive in Indonesia in Indonesia time?

(1) 0945

(2) 1045

(3) 1125

(4) 1225

11. Samantha had six 20-cent coins and two 50-cent coins. She put $1.30

into her coin box. How many coins could she have put into the coin box?

(1) 5

(2) 6

(3) 3

(4) 4

12. Which of the following cannot tessellate?

13. The bar graph below shows the number of children per family in a

housing estate. How many families in the estate have at least 2 children?

(1) 8

(2) 13

(3) 15

(4) 25

14. Which one of the following figures is symmetrical?

15. Zane is standing at point Z, facing West. He turns through 270° in the

clockwise direction, followed by 5 right angles in the anti-clockwise

direction. Which direction Will Zane be facing in the end?

16. The figure is made up of 5 small identical squares and a big shaded

square. The area of the big shaded square is 64 cm2. Find the perimeter of

the figure.

(1) 16cm

(2) 32cm

(3) 48 cm

(4) 64cm

17. A rectangular piece of paper is folded along the dotted line as shown

below. What is the size of ∠x?

(1)13°

(2)26°

(3)32°

(4)58°

18. The table below shows 100 medals won by four Primary 4 classes on a

Sports Day. Which class won the least number of medals?

(1) 4A

(2) 4B

(3) 4C

(4) 4D

19. A robot was standing 1 metre away from a tree when it started to take

some steps in a straight line. Each step was 1/5 metre apart. How many

steps would the robot have taken when it was found 11 metres away from the

tree?

(1)55

(2)50

(3)11

(4)10

20. The shaded area shown below is 1/6 of Rectangle WXYZ. It is also 1/4 of

Square KLMN. The area of Square KLMN is 48 cm2. Find the area of Rectangle

wxyz.

(1) 72cm2

(2) 60cm2

(3) 32cm2

(4) 12cm2

21. What is the value of the digit 4 in 341 689?

22. 8016 ÷ 8 =

23. Express 0.04 as a fraction. Give your answer in its simplest form.

24. Fill in the blank with the corrected number in the number pattern

below. 650, 575, 500, ____, 350

25. What fraction of the buttons shown are white in colour?

26. Write the decimal represented by A.

27. Which two of the fractions below are equivalent to 8/12?

10/15, 6/8, 3/4, 2/3

28 Measure and write down the size of ∠y.

29 Find the value of 1 – 2/9 – 1/3.

30. In the diagram below, the letters C, A, M and E are drawn on a square

grid. List all the letters which have perpendicular lines.

31. The bar graph below shows Sharon’s savings over six months. A drop of

ink had accidentally covered part of the graph. What is Sharon’s savings

for the month of May if the amount was half of the total amount she saved

in January and February?

32. How many degrees does the hour hand of a clock turn between 6 p.m. and

10.30 p.m. on the same day?

33. Part of a symmetric figure is shown below. (a) If the dotted line is

the line of symmetry, complete the other half of the figure by shading the

correct square(s) below.

(b) Peter thinks of a different line of symmetry that requires him to shade

only two squares Shade the two squares for Peter below.

34. Farmer John wants to build a fence around his farm to contain his

sheep. The shape of the farm is a square with an area of 36 m2. How much

does he write in have to pay if it costs $20 per metre to fence the farm?

35. The pattern in the box shows part of a tessellation. (a) Extend the

tessellation by drawing two more unit shapes in the space provided in the

box above. You are to keep to the pattern used in the tessellation.

(b) Is the unit shape used in the tessellation a symmetric figure?

36. 3 apples and 2 oranges cost $3.20 altogether. 8 apples and 4 oranges

cost $7.60 altogether. How much does an apple cost?

37. A bus arrives at a bus stop every 19 minutes. If the first bus arrives

at 6:35 a.m., at what time will the 7th bus arrive? Express your answer in

the 24-hour dock.

38. The figure below is made up of Rectangle PQRS and a square. PQ is 18

cm, the side of the square is 4 cm and QR is 3 times the side of the

square. Find the perimeter of the shaded portion.

39. Lihua has some 5-cent, 10-cent, 20-cent and 50-cent coins in her pouch.

She used five coins to pay for a pen. What is the lowest possible cost of

pen if she used at least one of each type of coins?

40. Good Deals Shop sells plates as shown in the poster below. Mrs Seng

needs 20 plates for a dinner party. How much does she have to pay if she

gets them from Good Deals Shop?

41. Sulin bought two fish with a mass of 2.06 kg and 0.19 kg respectively.

The fish were sold at $8 per kg. How much change did she receive if she

paid the cashier $20?

42. Mary has twice as many stamps as Raju. If Mary gives Raju 72 stamps,

she will have the same number of stamps as Raju. How many stamps do write

in they have altogether?

43. 1/4 of Siti’s money is as much as of Celine’s money. If Siti has $155

more than Celine, how much money do they have altogether?

44. Sandy is now 15 years old. 3 years ago, her mother was thrice her age.

Find their total age now

45. In the figure below, ABCD is a square not drawn to scale. AE is 4 cm

long and it is 1/4 the length of AB.The area of the unshaded portion is 3/8

the total area of the square. What is the area of the shaded portion?

TERM : SA2

(1) 9

(2) 90

(3) 900

(4)9000

2. 32838 rounded off to the nearest ten is _______

(1) 32800

(2) 32830

(3) 32840

(4) 32900

3 5(2/7) = [ ] / 7, What is the missing number in the box?

(1) 10

(2) 35

(3) 37

(4) 49

4. In the number 19.83, the digit ________ is in the ones place.

(1) 1

(2) 8

(3) 3

(4) 9

5. What is 622.34 when rounded oft to 1 decimal place?

(1) 622.0

(2) 622.3

(3) 622.4

(4) 623.0

6. In the figure. which angle is smaller than a right angle?

(1) ∠a

(2) ∠b

(3) ∠c

(4) ∠d

7. Express 1(3/8) + 3(3/4) as an improper fraction.

(1) 41/8

(2) 43/8

(3) 45/8

(4) 47/8

8. The figure has a length of 20.36 m and a breadth of 8 m. What is the

area of the figure? Round off the answer to the nearest whole number.

(1) 160m2

(2) 162m2

(3) 163m2

(4) 164m2

9. Annie weighs 36.4 kg. Mary weighs twice as much as Annie. What is

Mary’s weight?

(1) 18.2kg

(2) 34.4kg

(3) 54.6kg

(4) 72.8kg

10. May has a total of 12 twenty-cent stamps and fifty-cent stamps. The

total value of the stamps is $3. How many fifty-cent stamps does May

have?

(1) 5

(2) 2

(3) 6

(4) 10

11. Write twelve thousand and forty-two in figures.

12. Two factors of 6 are 1 and 6. What are the other two factors of 6?

13. Fill in the blank with the correct number in the number pattern below.

92,104,116,128, ____ ,152

14. Arrange the following fractions from the smallest to greatest.5/6,

5/12,11/12

15. Find the value of 5.35 X 5.

16. In the figure below, rectangle ABCD is made up of 6 unit squares. What

fraction of the figure is shaded?

17. Write 8 hundredths in figures.

18. Write the decimal represented by Z.

19. Measure and write down the size of ∠y.

20. The square, ABCD, below is not drawn to scale. Find ∠a.

21. How many pairs of parallel lines are there in the figure below?

22. Draw a line perpendicular to AB through Point Z.

23. Bala is standing at Point Z, facing the library. He makes a 1/4 turn in

an anti-clockwise direction and then a turn in a clockwise direction.Which

building is he facing now?

Use the bar graph below to answer questions 24 to 25.The graph below shows

the number of pupils in each level who participated in a Writing Contest.

24. The total num of participants in Pl and P4 is two-thirds the total

number of participants in P____ and P_____

25. How many more P5 than P3 pupils participated in the writing contest?

26. The figure below is made up of 12 identical squares. Find the area of

the unshaded part.

27. A picture frame of length 20 cm and breadth 10 cm has a border of 2 cm.

Find the area of the picture.

28. The diagram below is not drawn to scale. Find the perimeter of the

figure below. (All lines meet at right angles)

29. The figure below is half of a symmetric shape. Complete the symmetric

shape with the dotted line as a line of symmetry.

30. Draw two more unit shapes to complete the tessellation.

Class : Primary 4 (

MATHEMATICS

PAPER 2

1. Ali made some fruit punch. He added 6ℓ 300 mℓ of orange juice to 2ℓ800

mℓ net of pineapple juice. He then added 4000 mℓ of water. How many litres

of fruit punch does All have? (Give your answer in litres).

2. Emily is sixteen years older than Paul. How old will Emily be when she

is three times as old as Paul?

3. Siti paid $191 for a bag, a wallet and a pair of shoes. The wallet costs

$19 more than the bog. The pair of shoes costs $27 more than the wallet.

Find the cost of the pair of shoes.

4. Raju had 180 marbles. After giving away 20 marbles to John. he had four

times as many marbles as John. How many marbles did John have at first?

5. Mr Tan drove from Town A to Town B. He left Town A at 19 20. He drove

for 6h 15min and then stopped for a coffee break. He drove for another 3h

5min before reaching Town B at 05:10. How long was his coffee break?

6. Lina bought some erasers. If she gives 8 erasers to each friend, she

would have 6 erasers remaining. If she gives 9 erasers to each friend, she

would have 1 eraser remaining. (a) How many friends did Lina have?

(b) How many erasers did Lina buy?

7.A box with 12 pockets of milk weighs 3.7kg. The mass of 2 pockets of milk

is 0.6kg. Find the mass of the box with 8 pockets of milk(Give your answer

in kilogram)

8. Samy has some beads. He gave 5/8 of them to his sister and half of the

remainder to his brother. He then has 1236 beads left. How many beads did

he have at first?

9. The figure below is made up of 2 identical squares, A and B. 1/3 of

Square A overlaps with 1/3 of Square B. Find the unshaded area.

10. Study the pattern

(a) Draw Pattern (1m)

(b) How many dots are there in Pattern 12?

(c) At which pattern will there be 576 squares?

(1) 556

(2) 5560

(3) 55 006

(4) 55 060

2 Which of the following is a factor of both 18 and 42?

(1) 6

(2) 8

(3) 9

(4) 18

3 How many one-fifths are there in 2 wholes?

(1)2/5

(2) 1(1/2)

(3) 5

(4) 10

4 9(5/8) = [ ] / 8, What is the missing number in the box?

(1) 45

(2) 67

(3) 72

(4) 77

5 In the figure, which angle is greater than a light angle?

(1) ∠a

(2) ∠b

(3) ∠c

(4) ∠d

6 10.86 x 9 = _______

(1) 19.86

(2) 90.74

(3) 90.86

(4) 97.74

7 What number is 10 hundreds less than 69 000?

(1) 68000

(2) 68900

(3) 69100

(4) 70000

8 In the figure below, which line is parallel to CD?

(1) EF

(2) BE

(3) AF

(4) DE

9 The perimeter of a rectangular football field is 88 m. If its breadth is

17.5 m, what is its length?

(1)26.5 m

(2)35.25 m

(3)53 m

(4)70.5 m

10 What is the area of Square ABCD given that its perimeter is 48 cm?

(1)12 cm2

(2)24 cm2

(3)96 cm2

(4)144 cm2

11 Which of the following has the same value as 54.09?

(1)5409/100

(2)54 + (9/10)

(3)5+4+9 tenths

(4)54 + 0.9

12 Round off the value of 11(7/8)to 2 decimal places.

(1) 11.78

(2) 11.87

(3) 11.88

(4) 12.88

13 What is the value when 808.64 as divided by 8? Round off your answer to

the nearest tenth.

(1) 11.1

(2) 11.8

(3) 101.1

(4) 101.8

14 How many letters in the following word have at least 1 line of Symmetry?

(1) 5

(2) 2

(3) 3

(4) 4

15 In a 4-digit number, the sum of all the four digits is 17. The digits in

the ones and thousands place are the same. The digit in the thousands place

is twice the digit in the hundreds place. What is the number?

(1) 1091

(2) 4724

(3) 6326

(4) 8408

16 There were some cows and goats on a farm. There were twice as many goats

as cows. The farmer counted 108 legs altogether. How many goats were there?

(1) 9

(2) 18

(3) 27

(4) 36

17 Joshua’s younger brother is 1.15 m tall. Joshua is 0.3 m taller than his

younger brother but shorter than his elder sister by 0.15 m. How tall is

Joshua’s elder sister?

(1) 1.6 m

(2) 1.3 m

(3) 1.0 m

(4) 0.7 m

18 When it is 14:00 in Melbourne, it is 12:00 in Singapore. Mrs Lee took a

flight from Singapore at 2200 and flew to Melbourne. When it landed in

Me1borne, a clock there showed 08:00. How long did the flight actually

take?

(1) 2h

(2) 8h

(3) 10h

(4) 12h

Study the diagram below carefully and use it to answer Questions 19 and 20.

19 Point E is __________ of Point G

(1) north-east

(2) north-west

(3) south-east

(4) south-west

20 Ryan was at a certain position. He walked as listed below and ended up

at Point K. What was his starting position?

(1) Point H

(2) Point J

(3) Point L

(4) Point M

21 What is the sum of the fourth multiple of 5 and the ninth multiple of 7?

22 Use a protractor to measure ∠YXZ.

23 In the figure below, how many pairs of perpendicular lines are there?

24 Rachel’s birthday party ended at 20:15. It was 2h 45min long. At what

time did the party start?

25 The figure below is made up of 3 identical squares. Find the Perimeter

of the figure.

26 The figure below is made up of a triangle of equal sides and a square.

The perimeter of the figure is 60 cm. What is the length of the square?

27 A number has 2 decimal places. It is 923.7 when rounded off to 1 decimal

place. What is the smallest possible number?

The line graph below shows the amount of water in a leaking tank over 6

hours. Use the graph to answer Questions 28 and 29.

28 After how many hours was the amount of water in the tank half that of

the amount of water at the start?

29. The owner of the tank paid a fine of $2 for every 10 litres of water

leaked. How much would the fine be after 2 hours?

30 Derek bought a packet of sweets. If he put the sweets into bags of 6, he

would have no sweets left. If he put them into bags of 8, he would have 6

sweets left. If the packet contained more than 40 but less than 70 sweets,

how many sweets were there in the packet?

31 Write eleven thousand and ninety-live in figures.

32 Write the missing number in the number pattern below. 2639, 2799, 2959,

___, 3279

33 Round off 34630 to the nearest hundred.

34 Which two of the fractions below are equivalent to 3/4?

35 Write 15/7 as a mixed number in its simplest form.

36 One of the lines in the figure is parallel to BF. Which line is parallel

to BF?

37 Write the decimal represented by A.

38 Express 94/100 as a decimal.

39 7.5 – 0.68 = ___________

40 Shade three more squares to complete the figure which has the dotted

line AB as a line of symmetry.

41 Benjamin had $30 at first. He spent $13 on food, $8 on a movie ticket

and saved the rest of the money. What fraction of his money did he save?

(Give your answer in the simplest form).

42 Annie read 1/12 of a book on Friday and 2/3 of it on Saturday. How many

pages were there in the book if she had another 42 pages to read?

43 Jun Hong had of the number of marbles Nicholas had. If Nicholas had 105

marbles, how many marbles did Jun Hong have?

44 The total number of people in an auditorium was 2043. There were thrice

as many women as men. There were 158 more children than men. How many women

were there in the auditorium?

45 Mr Chua pays $320 for 2 pairs of similar pants and 4 similar shirts. A

pair of pants costs $25 more than a shirt. What is the cost of 1 pair of

pants?

46 A rectangular piece of cloth measures 70 cm by 50 cm. When it is placed

on a table, it leaves a margin 5 cm wide all round it. Find the area of the

table not covered by the cloth.

47 Karen wanted to buy 8 muffins but she was short of $120. She bought 5

muffins instead and had $0.75 left. How much money did she have at first?

48 The mass of a wooden crate with 12 similar bottles of milk is 32.48kg.

The mass of the same wooden crate with 8 similar bottles of milk is

23.12kg. What is the mass of the empty wooden crate?

MATHEMATICS

BOOKLET A

PRIMARY FOUR

(1) 70

(2) 700

(3) 7 000

(4) 70 000

2. 35689 rounded off to the nearest hundred is

(1) 35600

(2) 35690

(3) 35700

(4) 36000

3. In which of the following numbers does the digit 3 stands for 3 tenths?

(1) 356.39

(2) 763.87

(3) 935.16

(4) 975.93

4. Which number is the first common multiple of 6 and 8?

(1) 14

(2) 2

(3) 24

(4) 48

5. Which of the following figure has more than two symmetrical lines?

6. Which of the following decimals is the greatest?

(1) 0.043

(2) 0.135

(3) 0.410

(4) 0.404

7. How many quarters are there in 2?

(1) 9

(2) 16

(3) 18

(4) 20

8. 7 is a common factor of both ________ and _______

(1) 14,17

(2) 17,21

(3) 21,27

(4) 28,35

9. Find the value of 7/9 – 1/3

(1)2/3

(2) 8/9

(3)4/9

(4) 6/9

10. In the figure, which angle is smaller than a right angle?

(1) ∠b

(2) ∠c

(3) ∠d

(4) ∠e

11. In the figure, one of the lines is parallel to CD. Which line is

parallel to CD?

(1) BC

(2) BE

(3) AF

(4) FD

12. Mandy wants to change an equal number of $2-note and $5-note. If she

gives the bank-teller seven $10-notes, how many notes will she get?

(1) 2

(2) 3

(3) 20

(4) 35

13. Zimin left school at 14:00. He waited 12 min for a bus and arrived home

at 15:05. How long was the bus journey from the school to his home?

(1) 77 min

(2) 65 min

(3) 55 min

(4) 53 min

14. The area of the rectangle MNOP is 132 cm2. If the length of MN is 12

cm, what is the perimeter of the rectangle?

(1) 54 cm

(2) 46 cm

(3) 23 cm

(4) 11 cm

15. The figure shown is made up of a rectangle C and a square D. If the

total perimeter of the whole figure is 48cm, what is the area of rectangle

C?

(1) 25 cm2

(2) 40 cm2

(3) 60 cm2

(4) 90 cm2

16. Write 29/3 as a mixed number in its simplest form.

17. ABCD is a square. Find ∠g.

18. What is the value of 234 x 88?

19. 1/2 – 5/12 = ________

20. Emily is at home. She is facing the supermarket, if she turns

clockwise, she will face the fast-food

21. Draw the two lines of symmetry on the figure below.

22. Write the missing number in the number pattern below. 2599, 2266, 1933,

____,1267

23. In the given figure, AD = AE = DE and AB = AC = BC. The length of AC is

16 cm. Given that BD is 9.75 cm, find the perimeter of the shaded triangle

ADE.

24. The pattern in the box shows part of a tessellation Shade a unit shape

and extend the tessellation by drawing two more unit shape in the space

provided within the box.

25. Find the perimeter of the figure given below.

26. A wooden frame, with width of 2-cm, is used to frame a drawing 18 cm by

12 cm. Find the area of the frame.

27. Trees are planted 6 m apart along a footpath at the Gardens by the Bay.

If the path is 60 m long, find the total number of trees along this stretch

of footpath.

28. Write thirteen thousand and forty-eight in figures.

29. 6.05 + 4 = __________

30. Which two of the fractions below are smaller than 1/2? 7/9, 3/8, 4/6,

5/12

31. Express 67/100 as a decimal.

32. Round off 13.55 to the nearest whole number.

33. 1(1/2) + 1/6 = [ ]

34. Joan spent 1/6 of her salary on a dress. The dress cost $278. How much

was her salary?

35. 2/7 of the children in a class are boys. There are 15 girls in the

class. How many more girls than boys are in the class?

36. Yee Lin had 564 books. She gave 1/3 of them to Jack and another 18

books to Mrs Lim. How many books had Yee Lin left?

37. A computer costs $2250. If Peter uses the same amount of money to buy 3

similar smartphones, he will receive a change of $6. How much cheaper is a

smartphone than a computer?

38. Hanna started her Science SA2 Practice Paper at 08:00. She took 1

minute each to complete the 30 multiple choice questions. She continued the

rest of the paper, using 4 minutes each for the next 25 questions. At what

time did she complete her Science Practice Paper?

39. Basket A had thrice as many balls as Basket B. Jane put 84 balls into

Basket A and 150 balls into Basket B. Now, both baskets had equal number of

balls. How many balls were there in Basket A at first?

40. The graph below shows the amount of Sean’s savings over 6 months. a)

Between which two months do his savings decrease the most?

b) What was the difference between Sean’s highest and lowest savings?

c) What is Sean’s total savings after 6 months?

41. The figure below, not drawn to scale, is made up of 2 squares and 2

rectangles. a) Find the area of rectangle A.

b) Find the perimeter of the whole figure.

42. 3 bars of chocolate and 2 cans of soda cost $24.20. If one bar of

chocolate cost $1.40 more than a can of soda, find the cost of 1 bar of

chocolate.

43. The figure below shows a rectangular auditorium of sides 28 m by 20 m.

six identical square planters are placed in the auditorium as shown. The

total area of the 6 identical planters is 24 m2. Find the a) area of the

auditorium that is not covered by the planters.

b) Perimeter of the auditorium that is not covered by the planters.

Mathematics

Perimary 4

Name : _____________

Class: Primary 4

(1) 1

(2) 10

(3) 100

(4) 1000

2. Arrange the following fractions from the greatest to the smallest.

(1) 7/12, 3/4, 1/6

(2) 3/4, 1/6, 7/12

(3) 1/6, 7/12, 3/4

(4) 3/4, 7/12, 1/6

3. Which of the following decimals has the greatest value?

(1) 0.038

(2) 0.138

(3) 0.318

(4) 0.381

4. 1/3 + 1/9 = _______

(1) 1/12

(2) 1/6

(3)2/9

(4)4/9

5. Which of the following are common factors of 24 and 36?

(1) l and 8

(2) 2 and 9

(3) 3 and l2

(4) 4 and l8

6. 6 tens, 3 tenths and 15 hundredths is

(1) 6.45

(2) 63.15

(3) 60.45

(4) 6.315

7. Complete the following number pattern. 145, 148, ____, 163, 175, 190

(1) 151

(2) 154

(3) 157

(4) 160

8. Look at the 8-point compass below. Aaron is facing south. If the turns

through an angle of 225° in the clockwise direction, which direction will

he be facing?

(1) north-east

(2) north-west

(3) south-east

(4) south-west

9. One of the lines in the figure is parallel to BD. Which line is parallel

to BD?

(1) AE

(2) BE

(3) CD

(4) DE

10. A big box contains twince as many chocolates as a small box. If 3 small

boxes and 1 big box contain 60 chocolates, how many chocolates does the big

box contain?

(1) 12

(2) 15

(3) 24

(4) 36

11. What is the missing number in the box? 10/15 = [ ] / 9

(1) 1

(2) 2

(3) 6

(4) 7

12. The figure below is made up identical unit squares. Express the shaded

portion as a decimal of the whole figure

13. Square WXYZ is made up of Rectangle A and Rectangle B. What is the area

of Rectangle B?

(1) 185 cm2

(2) 195 cm2

(3) 205 cm2

(4) 225 cm2

14. Rectangle WXYZ is made up Square WABZ and Rectangle AXYB. Find ZAX

(1) 45°

(2) 90°

(3) 135°

(4) 155°

The line graph shows the time it took to empty a container filled with

water. Study the graph carefully and answer Question 15 and 16

15. How much water was left in the tank after 3 minutes?

(1) 130 litres

(2) 135 litres

(3) 140 litres

(4) 145 litres

16. How long did it take to empty 90 litres of water?

(1) 1 minutes

(2) 2 minutes

(3) 3 minutes

(4) 4 minutes

17. Bernice cleans her house every Saturday from 12:15 to 13:10. If there

are 4 Saturdays in October, how long does Bernice spend cleaning the house

in October?

(1) 2h 2O min

(2) 2h 4O min

(3) 3h 2O min

(4) 3h 40 min

18. There were 60 children in the hail. If 3/5 of the children are girls,

how many more girls than boys are there in the hall?

(1) 12

(2) 20

(3) 24

(4) 36

19. Rosanne finished reading her storybook within two days. On the first

day, she read of her storybook. If she continued reading from page 14 on

the second day, what was the total number of pages in her storybook?

(1) 21

(2) 28

(3) 39

(4) 42

20. Candice had $8. Dawn had $4.50 less than Candice. Eve had $2.50 more

than Candice. How much money did the three girls have altogether?

(1) $17.50

(2) $22.00

(3) $22.00

(4) $35.00

21. Write eighty-seven thousand and fifty-nine in figure.

22. What is the missing number in the box below? 7(5/3) = [ ] / 5

23. Write 2(4/25) as a decimal.

24. Write the decimal represented by A.

25. Find the value of l – 1/8 -1/4

26. Find the value of 8.36 x 6.

27. What is the remainder when 1248 is divided by 7?

28. How many halves are-there in 5 wholes ?

29. What is 13 tenths less than 205.68?

30. The figure below is made up of a rectangle DECF and a square ABCD. The

length of the rectangle is 4/5 the length of the square. If the shaded area

is 150 m2, what is the length of the square?

31. A 5-digit whole number is made up of different even digits. What is the

smallest possible whole number?

32. What is the smallest possible whole number that can be rounded off to

the nearest ten to get 13400?

33. ABCD is a square. EFGH is a smaller square that is divided equally into

8 parts. What fraction of the figure below is shaded? Give your answer in

its simplest from.

34. George has $5. He has eight 10Ø coins and as many 20Ø coins as 50 Ø

coins. How many 20Ø coins does George have?

35. The area of rectangle is 144 cm2. Given that its breadth is 1/4 its

length, find its breadth

36. The pattern in the box below shows part of a tessellation. Identify and

shade the incorrect unit shape.

37. What is the missing number in the box? 175 x 15 + [ ] x 15 = 4500

38. 3/7 of the Andrew’s money is equal to of Bernard’s money. If Bernard

has $136, how much more money does Bernard have than Andrew?

39. Complete the symmetric figure using the dotted line as the line of

symmetry.

40. All lines in the figure below meet at right angles. Find the perimeter

of the figure.

41. Paul and Eugene have $439.50 altogether. Leon and Eugene have $790.50

altogether. Leon has thrice as much money as Paul. How much more money does

Eugene have than Paul?

42. A packet of marbles was shared among Wendy, Linda and Karen. Wendy

received 1/3 of the marbles, Linda received 7/12 of the marbles and Karen

received the remaining marbles. If Wendy received 54 marbles more than

Karen, how many marbles did Linda receive?

43. Michelle had four times as many stickers as Vanessa. After each of them

bought an equal number of stickers from the bookshop, Michelle had thrice

as many stickers as Vanessa. If Vanessa had 57 stickers in the end how many

stickers did each of them buy from the bookshop?

44. Amanda, Bernice and Candie have a total of 1920 stickers. Bernice has

120 stickers more than Amanda. Candice has thrice the total number stickers

that Amanda and Bernice have. How many more stickers does Candice have than

Bernice?

45. Study the figures shown below. The figure are made up of sticks and

dots. (a) How many dots are needed to from Figure 4?

(b) How many sticks are needed to from Figure 10?

(1) 663

(2) 6630

(3) 66003

(4) 66030

2. How many one-fifths are there in 3 wholes?

(1) 3/5

(2) 1(2/3

(3) 5

(4) 15

3. Write 5(7/20) as a decimal.

(1) 5.035

(2) 5.35

(3) 5.7

(4) 5.72

4. 10.45 x 9 =______

(1) 19.45

(2) 90.05

(3) 90.45

(4) 94.05

5. One of the lines in the figure is parallel to AD. Which line is parallel

to AD?

(1) AB

(2) AC

(3) BC

(4) BE

3. When Ali arrived at the airport at 15:38, he found that he missed his

flight by 1 h 20 min. At what time did the plane depart from the airport?

(1) 02 18

(2) 04 28

(3) 14 18

(4) 16 58

(1) 6

(2) 12

(3) 18

(4) 72

8. In 46950, what is the difference between the value of the digit in the

thousands place and the value of the digit in the tens place?

(1) 990

(2) 5050

(3) 5100

(4) 5950

9. Mr Tan had 1 whole cake. He ate 2/3 of the cake. Mrs Tan ate 1/6 of the

cake and John ate 1/12 of the cake. What fraction of the cake is left?

(1) 1/12

(2) 5/12

(3) 8/12

(4) 11/12

10. What is the sum of 18 tenths and 15 hundredths?

(1) 0.33

(2) 1.68

(3) 1.95

(4) 3.30

11. In the figure, AOD is a straight line. ∠AOB = 700 and ∠COD = 30°. What

is ∠BOC?

(1) 80°

(2) 90°

(3) 100°

(4) 110°

12. Which one of the shapes shown below cannot be tessellated?

13. 2 equal pieces of wire were used to form the shapes Square A and

Rectangle B as shown below. Find the area of Square A given that Rectangle

B has a length of 7 cm and a breadth of 5 cm.

(1) 25 cm2

(2) 35 cm2

(3) 36 cm2

(4) 48 cm2

14. 3/4 of a team of gymnasts performed in a concert. There were 24

gymnasts who performed at the concert. What is the number of gymnasts who

did not perform at the concert?

(1) 6

(2) 8

(3) 18

(4) 21

15. The figure below is made up of 2 squares. The length of the smaller

square is 6 cm. The area of the shaded region is 64 cm2. Find the length

of the bigger square

(1)7 cm

(2)8 cm

(3)10 cm

(4)22 cm

16. What is the missing number in the number pattern below? 4567, 4657,

4747,______, 4927

17. Two factors of 8 are 1 and 8. What are the other two factors of 8?

18. What is the remainder when 2638 is divided by 8?

19. Which of the two fractions given below are equivalent to 8/12? 16/24,

4/8, 3/4, 2/3

20. Write 16/6 as a mixed number in its simplest form.

21. Which of the two tractions given below are smaller than 1/2? 2/3, 3/8,

4/7, 5/11

22. Round off 79.51 to the nearest whole number.

23. Arrange the following numbers in order from the smallest to the

greatest. 0.325, 2.4, 0.204, 0.024

24. Measure and write down the size of ∠x.

25. In the figure, ABCD is a rectangle. Find the value of ∠y.

The line graph below shows the number of visitors that visited the zoo in

six months. Study the graph and answer the questions 26 and 27.

26. How many visitors visited the zoo from February to July?

27. During which one-month period was the decrease in the number of

visitors the greatest?

28. Peter started doing his homework at 16:45. He completed his homework at

18:10. How long did he take to complete his homework?

29 Ronnie left the library at 11:55 to go to his grandmother’s house. He

took 1h 20min to travel there. What time he arrive at his grandmother’s

house? Express your answer in 24-hour clock.

The bar graph below shows the amount of water Kartik drank from Monday to

Saturday in the first week of the June holidays. Study the graph carefully

and answer question 30.

30. Kartik drank a total of 10.6 litres of water in that week. How much

water did he drink on Sunday?

31. How many right angles does the minute hand of the clock move through

from 1 p.m.to 3 p.m.?

32. AB s the line of symmetry in the figure below. Shade 4 more squares to

form a symmetric figure.

33. Clare’s birthday party was attended by less than 40 children. The

children could be arranged equally into rows of 6 or rows of 8 while

playing games. How many children attended Clare’s party?

34. Preetvin spent $7.45 on 3 books and 4 pencils. The total cost of a book

and a pencil was $2.25. What was the cost of one pencil?

35. 2 identical rectangles are placed on top of each other to form the

figure as shown in the diagram below. Find the perimeter of the figure.

36. Sharon and Henny have a total of 216 pouches. After Sharon gave Henny

100 pouches, Henny had 5 times as many pouches as Sharon. How many pouches

did Henny have at first?

37. Sharmani is 35 years old and Jodie is 3 years old now. In how many

years time will Sharmani be 5 times as old as Jodie?

38. The table below shows the different types of fruits Nuraizah has. The

total number of kiwis and prunes is 3/8 of the total number of apples and

peaches. How many prunes does Nuraizah have?

39. Jill bought 135 strawberries: She gave 30 of them to her mother and

some of them to her brother. She then had 2/5 of the strawberries left. How

many strawberries did she give to her brother?

40. Megan paid $23.50 for 4 boxes of chocolates and 2 packets of biscuits.

Each box of chocolates cost $2.50 more than each pocket of biscuits. How

much did one pocket of biscuit cost?

41. Amelia and Brandon weigh 87 kg in total. Brandon and Carol weigh 59 kg

in total. The total mass of Amelia, Brandon and Carol is 107 kg. Find the

total mass of Amelia and Carol.

42. Ribbon A was 2 times as long as Ribbon B at first. After Tommy gave

away 71.2 cm of Ribbon B, Ribbon A was 6 times as long as Ribbon B. (a) How

long was Ribbon B in the end?

(b) What was the total length of Ribbon A and Ribbon B at first?

43. The figure below is made up of rectangle ABCD and square DEFG. The

length of square DEFG is 8 cm. The area of square DEFG is 2/5 of the area

of the whole figure. Find the area of rectangle ABCD.