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Instruction: Write the corresponding time. Fill in the blanks with the equivalent time.

Solve the word problems then label your answer. Note: Use colon (:) in writing time. Example: 10:30

Time
Short-answer quiz

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2 ordinary years = _____ weeks

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Solve. It takes 45 minutes for Verni to travel from her house to her office. One morning she left the house at 7:20 A.M. If she was supposed to be at the office at 8:00 a.m., did she arrive on time or was she late?

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Solve. It takes 45 minutes for Verni to travel from her house to her office. One morning she left the house at 7:20 A.M. If she was supposed to be at the office at 8:00 a.m., what time did Verni arrive?

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1 millenium = _____ years

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3 1/2 hours = _____ minutes

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Solve. A passenger bus going to Bicol arrived at 2:30 A.M. If the whole trip would take 13 hours, what time will we reach Bicol when we left the bus station 30 minutes after it arrived.

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Instruction: Convert the following. Write your answer on the blank.

Measuring lengths
Gap-fill exercise

dm = 4.5 m 90 dm = 500 dm = m m

dm = 7.5 m 150 dm = m

Instruction: Find the perimeter of each polygon. Indicate the unit of measure. Solve and label your answer.

Perimeter of the polygons
Short-answer quiz

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Perimeter = _____

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Perimeter = _____

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Perimeter = _____

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Perimeter = _____

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Solve. How many meters of chicken wire are needed to enclose a square garden having a side measuring 10 meters?

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Perimeter = _____

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Solve. If an isosceles triangle has a 2.5 cm. side and a 3 cm. side, what is its perimeter if there is only one 3 cm. side of the triangle?

Instruction: Find the perimeter of the following polygons. Write your answer on the blank.

Perimeter of the polygons
Gap-fill exercise

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Instruction: Answer the following questions. Choose the letter of the correct answer.

Perimeter of the polygons
Multiple-choice exercise

1 A circle has a radius of 4.6 cm. What is its

circumference? 14.44 cm 18.4 cm 28.88 cm

2 How many inches of ribbon does Anne have to

put at the edge of a birthday card she is making, which has the dimensions of 4.9 inches and 7.8 inches? 30.1 in 29 in 25.4 in

3 The length of the top of a table is 38 in, while the

width is 17 in. What is the distance around the top of the table? 132 in 110 in 121 in

4 The length of one side of Mang Mario's square lot
is 53 1/4 m. What is its perimeter? 53 m 213 m 200 m

5 If a square has a perimeter of 81 2/5 meters, what
is the length of each side? 21 5/20 m 20 7/5 m 20 7/20 m

6 A classroom has a length of 10 m and a width of
7 m. What is the perimeter of the room? 17 m 34 m 28 m

7 The perimeter of a triangular field is 238 meters.

One side measures 63 meters, while another measures 86 m. What is the measure of the third side?

89 m 92 m 79 m

8 A parking lot, which has a perimeter of 132.5 m,
has a width of 47 m. What is the parking lot's length? 27.5 m 19.25 m 17.35 m

9 A pentagon has the following dimensions: 130

cm, 35 cm, 1.7 m, 0.86 m and 26 dm. What is the perimeter of the pentagon in centimeters? 599.7 681 752

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The measure of each side of this star is 3 2/5 cm. What is its perimeter? 41 cm 32.8 cm 40.8 cm

Instruction: Refer to the given graphs and maps to complete each statement. Note: Use a comma (,) to separate your answer. Example: Monday, Tuesday A. The Reading Club held a 5-day booksale at their school. The following graphs show the daily sales.

Interpreting data thru graphs
Short-answer quiz

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The club had their lowest sales during the _____ day.

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The club had their highest sales on _____.

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The club's sales did not change during _____ and _____.

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The club's total sales during the 5-day booksale was _____.

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The Reading Club's total sales during the first day was _____.

Instruction: Study the graph below. Then, answer the following questions. Choose only the letter of the correct answer.

Interpreting data through graphs
Multiple-choice exercise

1 The population from 1991 to 1996 increased by how
many percent of the population in 1991? 5.6 % 9.84 % 13 %

2 Based from this graph, what is likely to happen with
It will decrease. It will increase.

the population in the Philippines in the next decade?

3 What is the increase in population from 1996 to
1998? 3 million 2 million 1.5 million

4 What do you notice with the population from year
1990 to 2000? It remained constant It increased. It decreased.

5 What is the population in year 1997?
67 million 69 million 68 million

Instruction: Karen is interested to know what are the favorite subjects of her 50 classmates. She made a survey and the graph below summarizes her results. Answer the following questions. Choose the letter of the correct answer.

Interpreting data through graphs
Multiple-choice exercise

1 How many students answered that Science is their
favorite subject? 17 15 18

2 How many more students like Science than Math?
15 10 5

3 How many students answered that P.E. is their
favorite subject? 9 8 12

4 What percentage of the students like Math, Science,
and English altogether? 23% 46% 33%

5 What percentage of the 50 students answered that
Physical Education is their favorite subject? 26 36 16