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SECOND SEMISTER ASSINGMENT

STD. IV SUBJECT : MATHS MARKS 80

COURSE : L 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16.. from Govt Text Book.

L 4, 8, 9, 10 .. from Oxford Book.

STYLE OF PAPER

1. M.C.Q

2. Fill in the Blanks

3. Do as directed [ Fraction ]

4. Do as directed [ Decimal ]

5. Solve the following sums. (Division)

6. Word problems

7. Solve the following

8. Word problems [ Length, weight, capacity ]

9. Define

10. Classify the following

11. State the type of angles.

12. Answer the following questions.

1. The vertex of <RMP is ______.

(a) R (b) M (c) P

2. ________ is one of the arms of <PQR.

(a) QR (b) QP (c) RQ

3. An angle with measure ______ is an acute angle .

(a) 89 (b) 91 (c) 98

4. An angle with measure ________ is an obtuse angle.

(a) 50 (b)92 (c) 90

5. A triangle is a closed figure formed by three __________.

(a) points (b) line segment (c) rays

6. In an obtuse angled triangle ,the measure of at most _______angles is more than 90

(a) four (b) two (c) three

7. In an acute angled triangle ,the measure of all three angles are _____________

(a) equal (b) different (c) less than 90

8. ___________ is not a part of a triangle .

(a) sides (b) angles (c) vertex

9. In right angled triangle the measure of _______ angle is 90

(a) one (b) two (c) three

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(a) 14 (b) 25 (c)350

11.If the cost of a dozen notebooks is Rs.180,the cost of a notebook is Rs.______

(a) 15 (b) 18 (c) 20

12. Five part out of 15 equal parts of the whole represents fraction_____.

(a)15/5 (b) 5/15 (c) 20/15

13. The fraction with numerator 14 and denominator 23 is _______.

(a) 23/14 (b) 14/23 (c) 3/23

14. _________ is an equivalent fraction of 3/7

(a) 9/21 (b) 3/27 (c) 9/7

15. 11/5 is a ____________.

(a) proper fraction (b) improper fraction (c) mixed number

16. 5/7 ____ 10/7

(a) < (b) > (c) =

17. A triangle can be named in _________ different ways .

(a) three (b) two (c) six

18. _________ is an improper fraction .

(a) 15/19 (b)18/11 (c)2 12

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19. The length of a notebook is measured in ____________.

(a) centimetre (b) metre (c) kilometre

20. The distance between two village is measured in __________.

(a) kilometre (b) metre (c) centimetre

21. Metre is the greater unit of measure of length than ________.

(a) kilometre (b) millimetre (c) centimetre

22. 100 cm = ________

(a) 1 m (b)1 km (c) 100m

23. 13000g = _______ kg.

(a) 13 (b) 130 (c) 13000

24. To convert from litre tomillilitre we multiply by

(a) 100 (b)1000 (c) 10

25. To convert from metre to kilometre we divide by _______.

(a) 10 (b) 100 (c)1000

26. Among 16/15 , 14/15 , 9/15 and 2/15 ______ is the smallest fraction.

(a) 16/15 (b) 9/15 (c)2/15

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(a)9/8 (b) 4/8 (c) 8/8

28. The value of ________ is less than 1

(a) 4/5 (b)7/5 (c) 5/5

29. the value of ________ is 1.

(a) 3/3 (b) 2/3 (c) 5/3

30. The fraction 8/13 and 6/13 are ___________.

(a) equivalent and unlike (b) unlike and equivalent

(c) like and not equivalent

31. The remainder is ________ than the divisor at every stage of division .

(a) smaller (b) greater (c) equal

32. An angle with measure 56 is called a/an ________.

(a) Right angle (b) Acute angle (c) Obtuse angle

33.In a __________ triangle , the measure of two sides are equal.

(a) Scalene (b) Isosceles (c) Equilateral

34. In a________ triangle, the measure of all the three sides are equal.

(a) Equilateral (b) Isosceles (c) Scalene

35. If measure of <ABC is 49 it is rightly denoted by ___________.

(a) <B =49 (b) <ABC = 49 (c) m<ABC = 49

36. Jayant bought 4/3 kg of onions on Monday and 10/3 kg of onion on Tuesday. How

much onions he bought on both the day ?

(a) 6/3 (b) 14/6 (c) 14/3

37. Mr .Reddy gave 3/7 of his money for his wife,2/7 for his son, how much more money

does gave more to his wife ?

(a) 1/7 (b) 3/7 (c) 2/7

38. The cost of 1 litre of milk is40 Rs .What is the cost of litre ?

(a) Rs.10 (b)Rs.20 (c) Rs.40

39. In PQR , PQ = 6cm ,QR= 3cm, RP= 6cm ,then which type is PQR

(a) Equilateral (b) Isosceles (c)Scalene

40. Two integer four hundredths is written in figure as _______

(a) 2.4 (b) 2.40 (c) 2.04

1 . The fraction_______than 1 is called a proper fraction.

2. An angle has one _____________.

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4. _______ is the remainder when 96 is divided by 7.

5. If cost of 7 chocolates is 63 rupees than cost of 1 chocolates is ______rupees.

6. 8 x 9 = 72, hence 72 9 =____ and 72 8 = _____

7. Three parts of four equal parts of a mango means ______ parts.

8. The fraction_________than 1 is called an improper fraction.

9. The greater unit of length is ______ and smaller unit is ______.

10. The smaller unit of weight is__ _____ and greater unit is ______.

11. Petrol is measured in________.

12. If a runner runs 7000 metres, it runs _____ km.

13. 6 Kg 600 gm 2 =___________

14. The number of acute angles in an obtuse angled triangle is____

15. At every stage of division the remainder is_______than divisor.

16. In 7 , ___________ is the numerator and _________ is the denominator.

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17. 1 of 8 = ______

2

18. 4/13 is a / an ___________________.

19. The fraction not having the same denominator are called________fractions.

20. In an improper fraction, the numerator is _______ than the denominator.

21. Mixed number is divided into two parts________part + ____________part.

22. If the numerator of a fraction is exactly divisible by the denominator that number is a/an __________.

23. 4 m 25 cm + 3 m 45 cm = _________m

24.13/15 is written as ____________________________ in words.

25. 16 = ___

24 3

26. __________ is used to find the measure of an angle .

27. A packet contains 45 sweets. Sita used 4/5 of the sweets. She used ______ sweets.

28. There are 11/9 potatoes in a big bag of potatoes. One cook peeled 4/9 of the potatoes

and the other cook peeled ________ potatoes for completion of work.

29. ABC can be denoted as _________ and __________.

30. An angle with measure ________ is a right angle.

31. Point _______ is the vertex of PQR.

32. An angle is denoted by symbol _______.

33. An angle greater than a right angle is called an ________ angle.

34. An angle smaller than a right angle is called an ________ angle.

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A. Write in words

1. 12/24 2.12/19 3. 15/13 4.11/24 5. 7/15

B .Write in figures

1. Three nineteenth 2. Twelve twenty fourth 3. Eight seventeenth

4 . five eighteenth 5. Six eighth

1. 1/ 13 ,12/13 ,15/13 ,8/13, 13/13

2. 5/17 ,7/17 ,1/17 , 9/17 ,10/17

3. 2/19 ,3/19 ,10/19 ,1/19 ,4/19 ,5/19

4. 18/21 , 12/21 ,1/21 ,14/21 , 15/21

D. Arrange the following fraction in descending order

1 . 12/13 , 7/13 , 3/13 , 9/13 , 4/13

2. 3/15 , 12/15 , 4/15, 1/15 , 8/15

3. 12/9 , 4/9 , 7/9 , 5/9 , 1/9

4. 3/18 , 7/18 , 2/18 , 11/18 , 15/18

E. Put the correct sign [ <,> ,=]

1. 13/19 ____ 17/19

2. 9/11 ____ 3/11

3. 7/14 ____ 13/14

4. 4/11 ____ 5/11

F. Convert the following mixed number into improper fraction

1. 2 1 2. 5 2

3 7

3. 7 6 4. 9 3

7 5

G. Convert the following improper fraction into mixed number

1 . 17/6 2. 25/6 3. 13/5 4. 24/9

1. 1/5 2. 2/7 3. 3/8 4. 4/11

1. 2/11 of 55 2. 1/8 of 24 3. 2/5 of 35 4. 5/8 of 32

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1. 11/10 - 5/10 2. 9/8 - 3/8 3. 3/4 -1/4 4. 36/13 - 19/13

Q-4 DO AS DIRECTED [Decimal fraction ]

A. Write in word

1. 25.054 2. 0.25 3. 110.254 4. 5/10

B. Write in figures

1. Thirty four hundredth

2. Sixty two integer sixteen hundredths

3. Fifty five hundredths

4 . fifty five integer seven hundred twenty seven thousandths

C. Add the decimal fraction

1. 0.78+ 2.112 2. 865.75 + 15.102 3. 75. 02 + 0.25

D. Subtract the decimal fraction

1. 66.59 34.24 2. 85.56 28.49 3. 817 58 .40 4. 50.05 - 35.12

E. Convert simple fraction into decimal fraction.

1. 914/1000 2. 471/100 3. 52 /1000 4. 27/100

F. Convert Decimal fraction into simple fraction .

1. 2.011 2. 0.019 3. 12.045 4. 24.154

G. Complete the pattern

1. 17.12, 17.13, 17.14, _______ ,_______,________ .

2. 0.124, 0.125, 0.126 , _______,________,________.

3. 3.80, 3.81, 3.82 ,______, _______ ,__________.

4. 1.69, 1.70, 1.71 ,______,_______,__________.

1. 9062 8 2. 818 32 3. 3142 14

4. 3562 21 5. 5642 25

1. Rekhaben buys 12 kg of wheat for Rs.84. Maria buys 4 kg of wheat for the same rate. How much

will Maria pay to the shopkeeper ?

2. A fruit merchant buys 20 boxes of oranges for Rs.680 and after some days he buys 15 boxes for the

same rate. How much he has to pay ?

3. Cost of 15 kg groundnut oil is 1290. How much amount will have to pay for 12 kg groundnut oil ?

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4. 8097 chocolates were distributed equally among 21 children. How many chocolates did each child

get? How many chocolates were left over?

5. 4328 books are divided equally among 13 boys. How many books will each boy get? How many books

will remain?

6. Archana bought 12 sarees worth Rs 745 per saree and a dress worth Rs 950 .How much she spend in

all ?

7. Satishbhai has purchased 22 kg of sugar for making a sweet dish at the rate of Rs 33 per kg . He gave

Rs 1000 to a shopkeeper . How much money will he get back ?

1. 92 m

2. 31 m

3. 21 m

4. 19 m

5. 74 m

(B) Convert cm into m and cm

1. 324 cm

2. 3025 cm

3. 7195 cm

4. 9135 cm

5. 7430 cm

(C) Convert m into km

1. 9000m

2. 71000m

3. 17000m

4. 23000m

5. 75000m

1. 18 kg

2. 30 kg

3. 11 kg

4. 49 kg

5. 75 kg

(E) Convert g into kg and g

1. 7067 g

2. 3507 g

3. 9550 g

4. 4302 g

5. 5050 g

(F) Convert l into ml

1. 15 l

2. 25 l

3. 46 l

4. 89 l

5. 77 l

(G) Convert ml into l

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1. 9000 ml

2. 14000 ml

3. 98000 ml

4. 24000 ml

5. 79000 ml

1. 94040 ml

2. 51989 ml

3. 51100 ml

4. 38020 ml

5. 78005 ml

(I) Convert m into km and m

1. 32054 m

2. 12572 m

3. 28174 m

4. 9407 m

5. 4752 m

Q -8 Word problems [ Length, weight, capacity ]

1. Anitaben purchased 4m 45cm of bed sheet and 2m 05cm cloth for pillow cover. How much total

cloth did she purchase ?

2. From a total distance of 20 km , Sunitha covers a distance of 8km 550m on car . How much distance is

left to be covered ?

3. If the bullock cart covers 8km 250m in one hour .So, how much distance is covered in 6 hours ?

4. There is 4 kg 250g wheat in one packet . What will be the weight of 8 such packet ?

5. From alum weighing 328g ,how many packets each containing 8 gram can be made ?

6. How many packets each containing 12 gram tooth- powder can be made from tooth-powder weighing

960 grams?

7. 4 friends share fruit juice equally from the bottle of 540 ml juice .How much fruit juice does each

friend get ?

8. On a day at a juice shop 53 litre 750 ml of juice was sold .If the juice seller sold 28litre more on next

day ,how much juice was sold on the next day ?

1. Right angled triangle 2. Scalene triangle

3. Right Angle 4. Obtuse angle.

5. Acute angle 6. Isosceles triangle

7. Acute angled triangle 8. Obtuse angled triangle

9. Equilateral triangle

Q-10 a. Classify the following fraction into like fraction and unlike fraction .

1. 5/7 and 10/6 2. 2/3 and 3/7 3. 9/10 and 1/10 4. 12/11 and 14/11.

b. Classify the following fraction into improper fraction and proper fraction .

6/4, 2/15, 7/9, 3/5, 13/11, 15/11, 2/21, 2/3, 7/16, 14/9.

c. Classify the following into right angle, acute angle and obtuse angle.

90, 130, 40, 121, 89, 12, 111, 179

Q-11 State the type of angles.

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1. m D = 65, m E = 110, m F = 5,

2. m A = 40, m B = 65, m C = 75,

3. m M = 60, m N = 60, m O = 60,

4. m D = 15, m E = 25, m F = 140,

2. DE = 6.4 cm EF = 6.4 cm FD=6.4 cm

3. PQ = 8.8 cm QR= 6.5 cm RP= 8.8 cm

4. AB = 6 cm BC = 8 cm CA = 7 cm

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1. Express triangle PQR symbolically .___________________

2. State the sides of triangle PQR.______________________

3. State the angles of triangle PQR.____________________

4. State the vertices of triangle PQR.___________________

5. Name triangle PQR symbolically in all the different ways ._________

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