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STD: IV

I SEMESTER 2015-16

SUBJECT: MATHS

COURSE AND PAPER STYLE OF MATHS

COURSE:

1. NUMBERS-1

2. ADDITION

3. SUBTRACTION

4. MULTIPLICATION

5. NUMBERS-2(FACTORS AND MULTIPLES)

6. LINE, RAY, LINE SEGMENT

1. MCQ

2. FILL IN THE BLANKS

3. DO AS DIRECTED

4. SOLVE THE SUMS (ADD, SUBTRACT, MULTIPLY)

5. SIMPLIFY (ADD AND SUBTRACT)

6. WRITE THE PRIME NUMBERS BETWEEN

7. WRITE THE COMPOSITE NUMBERS BETWEEN

8. CLASSIFY THE FOLLOWING INTO PRIME NUMBERS

AND COMPOSITE NUMBERS

9. FIND THE FACTORS

10. A. LIST THE MULTIPLES

B. MISSING MULTIPLES

11. FIND HCF

12. FIND LCM

MAX.MARKS:80

14. WORD PROBLEMS (ADD, SUBTRACT, MULTIPLY)

15. WORD PROBLEMS (SIMPLIFY)

16. DEFINE (LINE, RAY, LINE SEGMENT)

17. FIND OUT THE PAIRS OF OPPOSITE RAYS FROM

THE FIGURE

18. TRUE OR FALSE (Line, Ray, line segment.)

IV MATHS ASSIGNMENT

EX: 1) MCQ:

1.) 786980 is written in words

a. Seven lac sixty eight thousand nine hundred eighty.

b. Seven lac eighty six thousand nine hundred eighty

c. Seven lac eighty six thousand eight hundred ninety

2.) 564323 in this number the place value of underlined digit is

a. 4000

b. 4 c.40000

a. 9000+800+0+2

b. 9000+80+2

c.90000+8000+2

4.) ---------is the odd number

a. 891

b.892 c.894

a. 10099

b. 1000909

c. 100909

6.) 10000 is the middle for ------- and -------a. 9999 and 10001

a. 7891

b.7889

c. 7892

8.) 9000+6000+3000=------------

a. 18000

b.17000

c.180000

9.) 80000-50000=----------a.40000

b. 300000

c.30000

b.3220

c.3440

a. 9

b.81

c.1

a. even number

b. prime number

c. composite number

a.5

b.1

c.3

a.77

b.1

c.11

a. number itself

b.1

c.0

a. 5 and 3

b.15 and 1

c. 7 and 2

a. Line segment and rays are parts of a ----------a. one b. two c. no

18.) Line segment and rays are parts of a ----------a. Ray b .line segment

c. line

a. 5

b.2

c.4

a.2

b.3.

c. none of these

a. 10 b. 3

c. 2, 5, and 10

a. even b.odd c. none of these

23.) 13 is a -------------number

a. prime b. composite

c. none of these

a. 2,2,3 b. 6,2

c. 3,4

a. 93 b. 31

c. 1

26.) The number which has more than two factors are called

a. prime number

b. composite number

c. odd number

a. 97 b.98 c.99

28.) The LCM of 3 and 7is

a. 3 b. 7 c.21

29.) Number 19 is written as Roman Letter

a. XIX

b. XI

c. XII

a. 700 b. 600 c.500

31.) 10000= ------hundreds

a. 100

b.1000

c.10

a. 10000 b.99999

c. 1000

a.6030

b.6028

c.6027

a. 68784

b. 68785

c.68782

a. Units b. tens c. hundreds

a. 15

b. 14 c. 4

b. Multiplicand c. Multiplier

a. product

b. Multiplicand c. Multiplier

38.) The cost of 8 ballpens is Rs. ---------- at the rate of Rs.25 per ballpen.

a. 100 b.200 c.400

39.) The number of multiples of 20 is

a. 19 b.100 c. infinitely many

40.) The number of legs of 20 goats are

a. 80 b.60 c.40

1.) 235400 is written as --------------------------------2.) The place value of 6 in 65984 is ----------------3.) 87909------87900 (put a <,> or =)

4.) 8890+345=----------5.) 4898-500=---------6.) 360X40=---------7.) 9000+5000-2000=------------8.) ------ and -------- are the factors of 41

9.) Number of factors of 8 is -------10.) 1 is neither -----------nor -----------number

11.) 2 is the only even ----------number

12.) Smallest composite number is ---------13.) Every number is a multiple of -------14.) The number which has more than two factors are called ----

------numbers

15.) The HCF of two prime number is always -------16.) A line segment has ----------end points.

17.) Ray PQ is written as -------18.) Number 88 is written in Roman letter is------------19.) 13589 is rounded to nearest thousand is ---------------20.) ---------- is the smallest factor of 56.

21.) 4000-2000+100 =----------22.) Twelve nines are ----------23.) In 18X27=486, 27 is called ---------------24.) The smallest multiple of 76 is-----------25.) Line segment XY and Ray XY are parts of --------26.) A ray has ------------- initial point(s).

27.) ----------- lines at the most are formed by four distinct points not all lying on the same line.

28.) A dot is used to represent a /an -----------29.) A ----------- is extended infinitely on both the sides.

30.) A ---------- is extended infinitely on one side only.

31.) For 4000-2389, borrowing is to be taken from ------------ place.

32.) The place value of 9 in 4859 is ---------33.) -------- is the number immediately succeeding 9889

34.) 47 is write in Roman numeral is -------35.) The factors of 8 are ---------36.) 7X8=56. Hence 56 is a multiple of ---------- and ----------37.) 25 is divisible by -------38.) 20 is divisible by ---,---- and ------39.) Prime factors of 16 are ------------40.) LCM of 5 and 11 is ----------EX:III) DO AS DIRECTED: ( up to Ten lacs):

1.) Write the greatest and smallest no. possible using the following digits

i.) 9, 2,7,3, 2, 5 ii). 1, 0, 2, 5, 9 iii). 6,5,9,0,2,1,4 iv.) 0,5,8,1,2,3 v.)7,4,1.0,8,3,6

2. )Fill in the missing number to continue the pattern

i). 145400 ; 146400 ----------,-------------,-------------ii). 8636500; 8736500;---------,------------,------------iii). 648500; 648600;-----------,-------------,------------iv.) 949580; 949590;-----------,-------------,-----------v.) 48300,49300;------------,----------,--------------3) Write the place value of underlined digit

i.) 997654

ii). 436560

iii). 9997988

iv) .554550

v.) 32328

i.) 1000 less than 967888

5.) write in expanded form

i.) 238009 ii.) 78550 iii.) 124054 iv.) 422459 v.)568788

6) i.) Write in short form

i. ) 60000+900+5

ii. ) 100000+50000+400+50+9

iii.)( 4000000+600000+70000+7000+400+50+3

iv.) 40000+5

v.) 500000+400+9

7) put the mark >,< or =

i.) 940988 -----939998

ii.) 99990----786655

iii.)213444----89989

iv.) 673455-----544355

v.) 776900-----769000

8) Write in ascending order

i.) 976458, 976589, 977778,847577

9) Write in descending order

i.) 4543455, 4578686, 45656889, 3586998

ii.) 89890,99769,56933,66609

iii). 45554,45698,45976,23486

i). nearest ten,

i.) 89 ii.) 123

iii.) 860

iv.) 250

v.) 67

i.) 546

ii.)1234

iii.) 9098

iv.) 453

v.)988

i). .78678 ii.)5434 iii.)7644

iv.) 8676

v.) 78789

i.) 95 ii.) 62 iii.)45

iv.) 37

v.)86

i.) LXXVI

ii.) XCIII

Add the following:

a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

18943+6758+43909

669878+679780+3477

12467+3478+1123

98990+56789+3478

556789+22355+17898

a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

87988-12349

78564-23488

453650-21999

65498-23459

54565-29934

a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

567X65

987X89

46X24

256X677

498X126

v. )XLVI

EX:V) Simplify

a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

89887+45565-45654

90990-4567-7890

67567+55657-7898

56789-2345-5673

90898+7545-554

a.

b.

c.

d.

30 to 50

60 to 80

10 to 30

80 to 100

a.

b.

c.

d.

10 to 30

60 to 80

40 to 60

10 to 40

EX: VIII ) CLASSIFY THE FOLLOWING INTO PRIME NUMBERS AND COMPOSITE NUMBERS

8, 9, 7, 90, 56, 87, 66, 43, 13, 68, 99, 45, 1, 6, 77, 32, 34, 69, 75, 81, 17, 97, 22

EX:IX) Find the factors

a.

35 b. 36

c. 23 d. 78

e. 90

f. 54 g. 67

h. 81 i. 87

j. 21

a.) 4

j. ) 30

b.) 6

c.) 8

k)|. 12

d.) 19

e.) 13

f.) 21

g.) 50

h.) 100

i.) 25

a. 50, ---, ---, 200, ----, ----, 350,----,---b. ---, ----, 36,----,----,72,----,----,----c. 40,80,------,-----,----,240,------,-----d. 5, 10,-----,----,25,----,-----,----EX:XI) FIND HCF:

A.) 12,18

B.) 16,24,40

C.) 14,21,28

A. ) 4, 8,12

B). 5,15,20

C.) 3,6,8

D.) 10,20

E).7,14

EX:XIII) STATE WHETHER THE NUMBER GIVEN IS DIVISIBLE BY OTHER NUMBER OR NOT

USING DIVISIBIITY TESTS.

A. 7890 BY 2

B.4550 BY 5

C. 1008 BY 3

D. 4036 BY 4

E. 5678 BY 9

F.6786 BY 9

G. 16788 BY 10

H. 3231 BY 4

1. To construct a Hospital building, a donor donated Rs.39897 and the village people donated Rs.

678767. How much total amount was collected for the Hospital building?

2. In a bank, the opening balance was Rs.56782. During the day, Rs.9789 was withdrawn. Find the

balance at the close of the day in the bank.

3. Total number of workers working in a factory is 670 and if a sums of Rs.525 is to be paid to each

worker as a bonus. Then what will be the total amount required to be distributed?

4. If one mobile phone costs Rs.1567, what will be the total cost of 28 mobile phones?

5. In this year Ramanbhai sold cotton worth Rs.1, 67,976, groundnut worth Rs.68779 and pulses

worth Rs.5673. How much did he earn?

6. In our city, on Teachers day 78994 students took part in a drawing competition. Out of them 34565

were girl students. Find the number of boys participating in the drawing competition.

EX: XV:) WORD PROBLEMS (SIMPLIFY)

1. Ramaben was having Rs.586977. She donated Rs.45676 to earthquake relief fund and donated

Rs.15433 for the Hospital building. How much money is left with Ramaben?

2. A pen manufacturing company produced 192839 ball pens and 298585 ball pens in the first and

the second month respectively. The company sold 250038 pens in these two months. So at the end

of two months how amny pens are left with the company?

3. Kannabhai monthly income Rs.19079. His wifes monthly income is Rs.9869. Their monthly

expense is Rs.12587. Find out their monthly savings.

4. Meenaben had got Rs.67844. He purchased a cot worth Rs.12343 from it, she also purchased a

T.V. worth 20949. How much amount will be left with her?

EX: XVI: DEFINE THE FOLLOWING

LINE:

A line segment extending on both the sides endlessly is called a line. Line does not have any end points.

RAY:

A ray is a part of a line which extends endlessly in one direction only.

LINE SEGMENT:

A line segment is a straight line having a beginning and an end. Line segment has two end points.

EX:XVII) FIND OUT THE PAIRS OF OPPOSITE RAYS FROM THE FIGURE

EX:XVIII.)TRUE OR FALSE

1. A line segment has three end points. False

2. A line segment AB is denoted as AB. True

3. Many lines can passes through one point. true

4. A ray has two initial points. False

5. Line segment and rays are parts of line. True

6. Line segment has only two end points. True

7. Ray PQ is denoted as PQ. False

8. Line is measureable. False

9. Line segment is not measureable. False

10. There is one and only one line passing through two distinct points. True

11. AB Ray is not same as BA ray. True

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