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Round off 864 256 to the nearest hundred thousand. Give your answer in million. A B C D 0.8 million 0.86 million 0.9 million 0.96 million [Atas]
Diagram 1 shows a number card. 3.842 Diagram 1 What is the value of the digit 4 on that card?(ID:1225990311397 A B C D 4 [Atas]
Diagram 2 shows two cards of equal size. Each card is divided into several equal parts.
Diagram 2 Calculate the total percentage of the coloured regions in both of the cards.
Diagram 3 Which of the following shows the total mass of the meat and the crab?(ID:1228419762982 /KLON/UPSR/2008/5) Jaw ab A .B C D 20 25 45 [Atas] 4 2 days =(ID:1224798561923 A B C D 9 hours 11 hours 13 hours 57 hours /KLON/UPSR/2008/4) Jaw ab [Atas] 5 Diagram 3 shows the mass of a piece of meat and a crab.
Diagram 4 Which of the following is the correct net of the cuboid?(ID:1230410570561 /KLON/UPSR/2008/6) .B C D [Atas] 6 Diagram 4 shows a cuboid.
40 064 .500 = 83 062 What number must be written in the /KLON/UPSR/2008/7) ?(ID:1225568108256 Jaw ab A 42 498 .A B Jaw ab C D [Atas] 7 .
(36 x 40) =(ID:1225990430054 A 4 380 /KLON/UPSR/2008/11) Jaw ab .187 39.4 =(ID:1225990782334 A B C D 2 2 1 1 /KLON/UPSR/2008/8) Jaw ab [Atas] 9 313.(ID:1225991181828 /KLON/UPSR/2008/9) A B C D 39.5 ÷ 8 = Round off the answer to three decimal places.50 40% x RM7 25% x RM2 10% x RM6.50 /KLON/UPSR/2008/10) Jaw ab [Atas] 11 (735 x 4) .188 39.190 [Atas] Jaw ab 10 Which of the following is the largest value?(ID:1225989909218 A B C D 60% x RM2.180 39.B C D 43 498 123 626 123 726 [Atas] 8 6 .
3 .(7.36 9.(ID:1225990888742 /KLON/UPSR/2008/14) A B C D 4 000 000 3 600 000 3 500 000 3 400 000 [Atas] 15 Diagram 5 shows a time on a clock.Round off the answer to the nearest hundred thousand.26) =(ID:1223709052169 A B C D 0.2. Jaw ab Jaw ab /KLON/UPSR/2008/13) .B C D 3 240 1 500 1 200 [Atas] 12 7 .24 0.3 + 1 =(ID:1229005769781 A B C D 2 3 4 4 /KLON/UPSR/2008/12) Jaw ab [Atas] 13 9.04 0.09 millions.06 [Atas] 14 Calculate 5 550 000 .8 + 1.
(ID:1228419277078 /KLON/UPSR/2008/18) . 4. What number must be written in the /KLON/UPSR/2008/16) ?(ID:1223710375321 A B C D 0.25 p.05 p.6 6 60 600 [Atas] Jaw ab 17 RM390 ÷ 12 =(ID:1226257060339 A B C D /KLON/UPSR/2008/17) 2 pieces of RM10 + 2 pieces of RM5 + 4 pieces of 50 sen 2 pieces of RM10 + 1 piece of RM5 + 3 pieces of 50 sen 3 pieces of RM10 + 1 piece of RM1 + 1 piece of 50 sen 3 pieces of RM10 + 1 piece of RM1 + 3 pieces of 50 sen [Atas] Jaw ab 18 0.05 p.m.(ID:1225567910347 A B C D 3.m.25 p.Diagram 5 3 hours 50 minutes before the time shown is.m. 7.m.9 l ÷ 2 = Match the answer with the volume of water in the container. 5. /KLON/UPSR/2008/15) Jaw ab [Atas] 16 x 6 m = 3 m 60 cm.
A B Jaw ab C D [Atas] 19 Calculate the average of km.(ID:1225991283459 /KLON/UPSR/2008/19) A B C D 409 830 1 515 1 540 Jaw ab . 0. 2 km.41 km and 3 km. in m.
(ID:1225567716281 /KLON/UPSR/2008/21) A B C D 19 439 chalks 19 369 chalks 19 269 chalks 13 672 chalks [Atas] Jaw ab 22 3 x 480 g =(ID:1224798301484 A B 1 500 kg 150. Table 2 Calculate the number of chalks produced by the factory. Table 1 How many oranges in total were not sold in the three days?(ID:1224798866491 /KLON/UPSR/2008/20) A B C D 18 22 30 40 [Atas] Jaw ab 21 Table 2 shows the number of chalks produced by a factory.0 kg /KLON/UPSR/2008/22) Jaw ab .[Atas] 20 Table 1 shows the sales of oranges in three days.
5 kg [Atas] 23 Table 3 shows the mass of four boxes.C D 15. She gives of the remaining money to her father and remainder for her car instalment.0 kg 1. Table 3 What is the fraction of the mass of box A to the total mass of four boxes? (ID:1226257575328 /KLON/UPSR/2008/23) A B C D [Atas] 24 Cik Azlin's salary is RM2 400 a month. She spends of her salary. P and Q. How much is her car instalment? (ID:1224766301092 /KLON/UPSR/2008/24) Jaw ab A B C D RM1 600 RM800 RM600 RM200 [Atas] Jaw ab 25 Diagram 6 shows the number of marbles in two boxes. .
How many bottles of sauce are not broken? (ID:1225990071730 /KLON/UPSR/2008/26) A B C D 186 174 156 138 [Atas] Jaw ab 27 Mary saved RM180 in May.Diagram 6 Rafi takes some marbles from box P and 30% of the marbles from box Q. In June. In July. 7% of the bottles are broken. What is Mary's total savings for the three months?(ID:1223712791848 /KLON/UPSR/2008/27) Jaw ab A B C RM665 RM655 RM280 . she saved RM75 less than she saved in June. Calculate the percentage of the marbles taken from box P? (ID:1226257430946 /KLON/UPSR/2008/25) A B C D 60 40 32 24 [Atas] Jaw ab 26 Puan Aini buys 4 boxes of sauce. she saved RM100 more than she saved in May. The total number of marbles that he takes is 206. Each box contains 50 bottles of sauce.
At what time did she start back from town W for home? (ID:1225990516750 /KLON/UPSR/2008/28) A B C D 1625 hours 1735 hours 1844 hours 1845 hours [Atas] Jaw ab 29 Table 4 shows the distance from the school to the Pejabat Pelajaran Daerah (PPD) for three schools.D RM205 [Atas] 28 Diagram 7 shows the time Puan Aini left her house for town W one evening. She was there for 3 hours. Table 4 Which of the following diagrams represents the information in Table 4 correctly?(ID:1230057957755 /KLON/UPSR/2008/29) Jaw ab A . Diagram 7 Puan Aini took 1 hour 10 minutes to arrive at town W.
in kg.(ID:1234986402492 /KLON/UPSR/2008/31) . Jaw ab Table 5 Calculate the total mass. Kamil will be half the age of Badrul. How old is Kamil now?(ID:1225990981539 /KLON/UPSR/2008/30) A B C D 38 years 30 years 24 years 22 years [Atas] 31 Table 5 shows the masses of three boxes P. Q and R. of the three boxes. In 6 years time.B C D [Atas] 30 Badrul is 54 years old.
The height of the tank is 27 cm. What is the average score of the Malaysian silat exponent? (ID:1227553802518 /KLON/UPSR/2008/33) Jaw ab A B C D 4. in cm 3.A B C D 3.38 4.2 [Atas] Jaw ab 32 The base area of a cuboid shape tank is 890 cm 2. Calculate the volume.09 7. of the tank is filled with water. Table 6 The highest and the lowest score are not included as the total score.7 4. of the water in the tank. (ID:1226960548405 /KLON/UPSR/2008/32) A B C D 16 020 15 020 8 010 5 020 [Atas] Jaw ab 33 Table 6 shows the score given to a Malaysian silat exponent by judges from five countries.1 4.2 3.30 .58 7.
Diagram 9 The average number of votes for the five candidates is 1 025. Diagram 8 The number of dictionaries sold in September is 6% more than in July. S and T. What is the total number of dictionaries sold from May until September? (ID:1225991372020 /KLON/UPSR/2008/34) A B C D 1 574 1 550 1 174 1 150 [Atas] Jaw ab 35 Diagram 9 is a bar chart showing the number of votes collected by four candidates P.[Atas] 34 Diagram 8 is a pictograph showing the number of dictionaries sold by a company over four months. Q. The number of votes collected by R is not shown. (ID:1226257289786 /KLON/UPSR/2008/35) . Calculate the number of votes collected by R.
Calculate the perimeter. This area is of the area of the rectangle. of the whole diagram.A B C D 675 725 1 025 1 075 [Atas] Jaw ab 36 Diagram 10 shows triangles WXY and YVZ. in cm. Diagram 10 The length of VZ is of WY. Calculate the .(ID:1228419169389 /KLON/UPSR/2008/36) A B C D 143 133 129 110 [Atas] 37 Diagram 11 shows a rectangle RSTU. The length of VY = VX. Jaw ab Diagram 11 The area of the coloured region is 21 cm 2.
in cm. Calculate the total volume. in cm3. M. Q and R. L. N and P drawn on squares of the same size. Diagram 12 The lengths of each cuboid is 4 cm. of the three cuboids. Jaw ab Diagram 13 Which of the following has the same area as triangle K?(ID:1228419956671 /KLON/UPSR/2008/39) Jaw ab A L .(ID:1229006344702 /KLON/UPSR/2008/38) A B C D 28 180 320 360 [Atas] 39 Diagram 13 shows triangles K. (ID:1225990156669 /KLON/UPSR/2008/37) A B C D 7 9 14 16 [Atas] Jaw ab 38 Diagram 12 shows 3 cuboids P.length. of UT.
Diagram 14 Which of the following diagrams have the same perimeter as rectangle WXYZ? (ID:1230816975891 /KLON/UPSR/2008/40) A B C D III and IV II and IV II and III I and III [Atas] Jaw ab .B C D M N P [Atas] 40 Diagram 14 shows rectangle WXYZ.
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