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STD-II Semester II MATHS 2015-2016
Ex – 1 write in words (101 to 1000)
563 –
641 –
457 –
395 –
274 –
609 –
328 –
530 –
690 –
147 –
268 –
992 –
900 –
763 –
547 –
408 –
635 –
894 –
715 –
852 –
680 –
523 –

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1000Ex – 2 write in figures (101 to 1000)
1. Five hundred and nineteen
2. Six hundred and thirty four
3. Three hundred and seventy nine
4. Four hundred and eighty two
5. Five hundred and twenty
6. Six hundred and eleven
7. Three hundred and thirty nine
8. Two hundred and fifty seven
9. Two hundred sixty - _______
10.Eight hundred and ten- _______
11.Seven hundred and fifty four- _______
12.One hundred and ninety eight- _______
13.Three hundred and sixty five-_______
14.Four hundred and seventy two- _______
15.Six hundred and forty nine-________
16.Five hundred and thirty eight-________
17.Eight hundred-________
18.One thousand-________
19.Nine hundred and eighty nine-_______
20.Nine hundred and forty seven-_______

Ex – 3 Put a sign >, < or =

(101 to 1000)

394

560

533

533

215

207

875

895

490

490

766

760

800

852

142

442

877

900

612

612

486

386

288

128

650

650

970

826

442

523

440

440

964

1000

913

990

Ex – 4 fill in the blanks (tables 0, 1 to 15)
13x9 =

.

4x0 =

.

0x3

=

.

9x9 =

.

13x7 =

.

6x6 =

.

12x6 =

.

10x9 =

11x9 =

.

13×8 =

.

Leaves of 8 biiipatra
.

14×5 =

.

15×3 =

.

14×6 =

.

15×5 =

.

Legs of 9 cows

.

4 times 7

.

2 times 9

.

Ears of 6 rabbits

.

Blades of 5 fans

.

Wheels of 9 cars

.

Udders of 7 cows

.

Wheels of 9 tricycles
___________.

.

4 groups of 9

.

6 groups of 7

.

3 groups of 9

.

10 groups of 4
Five sixes are

.

Wheels of 7 rickshaws
.

8 times 3

7 times 10

.

Wheels of 4 bicycles
___________.
Wings of 7 birds ___________.
Legs of 10 chairs ___________.

.

Ears of 7 men ___________.

.

Eight eights are

.

Seven sixes are

.

Tusks of 8 elephants __________.
Tails of 6 monkeys _________.

Ex – 5 Division fill in the blanks

18÷ 2 =

.

75÷ 15 =

.

27÷ 3 =

.

105÷ 15 =

32÷ 4 =

.

70÷ 7 =

.

42÷ 7 =

.

88÷ 11 =

.

30÷ 5 =

.

45÷ 5 =

.

36÷ 6 =

.

72÷ 9 =

.

49÷ 7 =

.

16÷ 2 =

.

64÷ 8 =

.

18÷ 3 =

.

50÷ 5 =

.

21÷ 3 =

.

20÷ 4 =

.

24÷ 4 =

.

60÷1 2 =

.

54÷ 6 =

.

55÷ 11 =

.

81÷ 9 =

.

39÷ 13 =

.

48÷ 8 =

.

.

Ex – 6 Do sums (Multiplication):
43

93

x3

x4

80

28

x5
53
x3

x3
67
x2

64

38

x2

x2

44

55

x2

x3

22

36

x3

x2

42

29

x4

x3

70

44

x6

x4

93

77

x5

x4

331

311

x2

x3

204

220

x2

x4

112

231

x4

x2

442

402

x2

x2

Ex – 7 Do sums (Division):

15 60

9 90

2

18

6

7 56

3

21

36

4 36

10 80

5

8

9

81

13 65

14 98

2 48

3 69

4 80

3 90

2 60

4

3 93

72

88

45

3 36

2 82`

2 46

3 99

Ex – 9 (A) solve word problems (multiplication)
1. There are 24 eggs in a cartoon. How many eggs are there in 9 cartoons?

2. A fruit seller has 4 rows of apples with 25 apples in each row. How many
apples does he have?

3. There are 36 stamps in a packet. How many stamps are there in 8 packets?

4. Mary’s teacher brought 40 bundles of pencils to class. There are 6 pencils in
each bundle. How many pencils are there altogether?

5. There are 42 chocolates in one box. How many chocolates are there in 5
boxes?

6. There are 23 benches in a row. How many benches are there in 4 rows?

7. There are 80 flowers in each garland. How many flowers are there in 4
garlands?

8. There are 42 pencils in a box.How many pencils are there in 4 boxes?

9. There are 73 cricket balls in a box. How many cricket balls there in 3 boxes?

10.There are 52 cakes in a late. How many cakes are there in 9 plates?

Ex – 9 (B) solve word problems (division)
1. Hari has24 pencils. He has 3 boxes. He puts equal number of pencils in
each box. How many pencils are there in each box?

2. Raju’s mother buys 56 rose plants. She plants them in 7 equals rows. How
many plants are there in each row?

3. There are 60 biscuits arranged equallyin 6 boxes. How many biscuits are
there in each box?

4. Mary has 30 marbles and5 bags. She wants to put equal number of marbles
in each bag. How many marbles can she put into each bag?

5. 64 chocolates were given equally to 8 children. How many chocolates did
each child get?

6. 54 boys are standing in 9 rows. The number of boys in each row is the
same. How many boys are there in each row?

7. There are 81 benches arranced equally in 9 rows. How many benches are
there in each row?

8. There are 27 milk bags equally arranged in 3 crats. How many milkbags are
there in each crate?

9. A fruitseller equally arranged 49 apples in 7 baskets. How many apples are
there in each basket?

10.There are 36 balls arranged equally in 6 boxes. How many balls are there in
each box?

Ex. 10 Write the fraction of shaded part

____________

_____________

__________

_________________

______________

___________

___________

_______

Ex. 11 Shade the part of given fraction:

4/9

2/4

3/6

1/3

6/9

4/6

Ex –12 MCQ

1. Six hundred and ninety five = 695
a. 956
b. 695
c. 596
2. 12x5=60
a. 72
b. 60
c. 50
3. 9 groups of 7= 63
a. 81
b. 90
c. 63
4. Wheels of 9 tricycles- 27
a. 36
b. 27
c. 18

4/8

5/8

5. 9x8 = 72
a. 60
b. 80
c. 72
6. Six times 9 = 54
a. 54
b. 30
c. 48
7. Five hundred and three- 503
a. 513
b. 503
c. 530
8. Tusks of 5 elephants- 10
a. 10
b. 5
c. 15
9. 5x5 = 25
a. 20
b. 10
c. 25
10.Legs of 7 cows = 28
a. 28
b. 21
c. 14
16.Nine hundred and seventy five – 975
a. 759
b. 579
c. 975
17. 15× 7 = 105
a. 75
b. 105
c. 90
18. 18 ÷ 3 = 6
a. 3
b. 9
c. 6

19. One thousand- 1000
a. 100
b. 1000
c. 10
20. 14 × 5 = 70
a. 70
b. 75
c. 90
21. 49 ÷ 7= 7
a. 6
b. 7
c. 9

22.

Fraction of shaded part 2/4
a. ¼
b. ¾
c. 2/4

23.

Fraction of shaded part 4/9

a. 4/9
b. 2/9
c. 3/9
24. 13 × 4 = 52

a. 48
b. 52
c. 26
25. 365

<

435 put a sign

a. >
b. <
c. =
26. 660

=

660 put a sign

a. <
b. =
c. >
27. 920

>

560 put a sign

a. =
b. <
c. >

SEM II MATHS COURSE 2016
Ex – 1 write in words (101 to 1000)
Ex – 2 write in figures (101 to 1000)
Ex – 3 Put a sign >, < or =

(101 to 1000)

Ex – 4 fill in the blanks (tables 0, 1 to 15)
Ex – 5 Division fill in the blanks
Ex – 6 Do sums (Multiplications):
Ex – 7 Do sums (Division):
Ex – 9 (A) solve word problems (multiplication)
Ex – 9 (B) solve word problems (division)

Ex. 10 Write the fraction of shaded part
Ex. 11 Shade the part of given fraction.
Ex –12 MCQ

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