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# SULIT

MATHEMATICS YEAR 2

A. Match the number words with the numerals. 1.
Two hundred and fifteen 858

2.

Five hundred and nine

162

[2 marks]

B. Write these numbers in words. 3. 602 - ________________________________ 4. 810 - ________________________________

[2 marks]

C. Write the number words in numerals. 5. 6. Seven hundred and two Four hundred and sixty- one

[2 marks]

SULIT MATHEMATICS YEAR 2 D. Fill in the missing numbers 9. 210 208 202 [4 marks] . Write the number sentence 7 8 [2 marks] E. 45 55 60 10.

55 = _____ 15. 13. List the number of sides and corners for the following twodimensional shapes. RM43.2 = _____ . Find the answer..05 + RM24. 325 525 225 425 125 [2 marks] G. Rearrange the numbers below in ascending order. Square Triangle [4 marks] Number of sides Number of corner H. 11.85 – RM22. 14.SULIT MATHEMATICS YEAR 2 F. RM12. Two-dimensional shapes 12.

Siva started to feed his fish at 5:15.SULIT MATHEMATICS YEAR 2 I.55 less than Minah. If he starts to jog at ten minutes past 5 o’clock. 37 more get on. Mr. [10 marks] 55 . He finished feeding them at 5:45. How long did he spend feeding his fish? Siva take ______ to feed his fish. How much many does Rita have? Rita have ______. Rita has RM15. How many people are on the train altogether? There are altogether ______ people on the train. 20. Navin jogs for 50 minutes every day. 18. Minah has RM29. How many pupils were there in each group? There were _______ pupils in each group. Solve the following problems. There are 52 people on the train. 17. 19. [2 marks] 16. at what time he will finish? He will finish at ______ . Chong divided his class of 45 pupils into 5 groups.

3. . 6. 1. 5. The digit 8 in the number 708 has a value of A 8 B 80 C 800 85 + 19 = A 94 B 104 C 114 The sum of 403 and 362 is A 705 B 765 C 865 92 – 45 = A 37 B 47 C 57 Which of these statements is true? A 56 – 17 = 38 B 152 – 32 =130 C 486 -105 = 381 The product of 4 and 4 is A 12 B 16 C 20 2. Circle the correct anwers. 4.SULIT MATHEMATICS YEAR 2 J.

24 ÷ 4 = A 4 B 6 C 8 18 divided by 3 is A 6 B 7 C 9 405 sen A RM4. How many RM5 notes will make up to RM50? A 5 B 8 C 10 11. 9. C A brick has more mass than a feather.SULIT MATHEMATICS YEAR 2 7. RM24 = RM3.70 B RM22. 10.50 C RM24.70 12.30 A RM20. Which of these statements is not true? A A rice cooker is heavier than a cup. B A motorcycle is heavier than a lorry. What is the time fifty-five minutes past five in numerals? A 3:55 B 4:55 C 5:55 13. .15 C RM40.05 B RM4.50 8.

B It has one curved face. Which of these shapes have straight sides? A Circle B Triangle C Oval 19. Which of these shapes has more than three corners? A Triangle B Rectangle C Circle . Which of the following is not true of a cone? A It has one flat face. A sphere is a 3-D solid which has A two curved surface B no corners C a flat surface 18. 17. How many of the pineapples are needed to balance a tin of milk which has a mass of 4 kg? A 3 B 4 C 5 15. C It does not have edges. Which of these 3-D shapes has triangular faces? A Cone B Cylincder C Pyramid 16.SULIT MATHEMATICS YEAR 2 14. A pineapple has a mass of 1 kg.

• Its sides are of equal length. The following are properties of a shape. Which of these shapes has the properties described above? B Rectangle C Square D Triangle [20 marks] . • It has four corner.SULIT MATHEMATICS YEAR 2 20.