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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

DIVISION OF DAVAO CITY


BANGOY DISTRICT

Mathematics IV
THIRD QUARTER EXAMINATION
S.Y. 2015-2016

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION

Understanding
Remembering

Evaluating
Analyzing
Applying

Creating

Total
Objectives

Describes and illustrates 10 12, 13, 14 4


parallel, intersecting and
perpendicular lines
Describes and illustrates 7 2 1 6,8,9 6
different angles (right,
acute and obtuse) using
models
Describes the attributes/ 4 1
properties of triangles and
quadrilaterals using
concrete objects or models
5 1
Identifies and describes
triangles according to sides
and angles.
Identifies and describes the 3 1
different kinds of
quadrilaterals
Determines the missing 18 28 2
terms in a sequence of
numbers
Finds the missing number 21 11 2
in an equation involving
properties of operations
Finds the elapsed time in 25 40 2
minutes and in seconds
Estimates the duration of 34 1
time in minutes.
Solves problems involving 22, 23 24 3
elapsed time.
Derives the formula for 17, 19, 37 3
perimeter of any given.
Finds the perimeter of 30, 31, 32, 20, 27, 39 10
triangle, square rectangles, 35, 38 29, 36
parallelograms and
trapezoids.

Solves routine and non- 15 16 2


routine problems in real –
life situations involving
perimeter of squares and
triangles, rectangles and
parallelograms and
trapezoids.
Converts sq.cm to sq.m and 33 26 2
vice versa
TOTAL 5 14 12 4 5 40
Percent 12.5% 35% 30% 10% 12.5% 100%
Prepared by:

Annabele E. Pulga
Teacher III-C1CS
Mathematics IV
THIRD QUARTER EXAMINATION
S.Y. 2017-2018

Name: ____________________________________________________ Date:__________________


School: ___________________________________________________ Score:_________________

Directions: For multiple choice items, encircle the letter that corresponds to the correct answer.
Otherwise, write the correct answer on the space provided.

1. Which of the angles below measure more than 900 but less than 1800?
a. b. c. d.

2. Which of the following tells about Obtuse Angle?


a. It measures exactly 900 c. More than 900 but less than 1800
0
b. It measures less than 90 d. It has 8 sides

3. Which statement is TRUE about [Grab your reader’s attention with a great quote from the
paralellogram? document or use this space to emphasize a key point. To
a. It has eight sides. b. No place this text box anywhere on the page, just drag it.]
sides are equal.
c. It has 4 sides d. It
has 3 angles

4. Which of the given objects is classified as


quadrilateral?
a. b. c. d.

5. Which is TRUE about Isosceles triangle?


a. No equal sides and angles
c. All sides are equal
b. It has 2 equal sides
d. It has 4 sides.

For Items 6 to 9, refer to the figure on the right


side.
6. Which two angles are right angles?
a. 1 and 2 b. 2 and 3 c. 3
and 4 d. 1 and 4

7. What kind of angle is shown in angle 4?


a. acute b. reflex c. 3
2
obtuse d. right

8. Which is acute angle? 1 4


b. 3 b. 1 c. 2
d. 4

9. What kind of angle is shown in angle 3?


a. acute b. reflex c.
obtuse d. right
10. Which situation shows parallel lines?
a. Hands of a clock at 9:00 c. Horizontal bars
b. Capital letter X d. Corner of a building

11. What is the value of each side of the equation. Write your answer inside the box.
3 x (6 + 4) = (3x6) + (3x4)
For Items 12 to 14 refer to the figure below..
C D

P O
N
B
A

12. What kind of line shown in lines MP and AB?


a. Parallel line b. perpendicular line c. intersecting line d. line
13. What kind of line shown in lines CD and ON?
a. Parallel line b. perpendicular line c. intersecting line d. line
14. What kind of line shown in lines NP and MP?
a. Parallel line b. perpendicular line c. intersecting line d. line

For Items 15 to17, refer to the problem below.


Mr. Macaspak is going to fence his rectangular garden with chicken wire. It measures
12m wide and 4m long. What is the perimeter of the rectangular vegetable garden?

15. What is asked?


a. The area of the rectangular garden.
b. The distance around the house of Mr. Macaspak.
c. The distance around the rectangular garden.
d. The cost of the chicken wire.

16. Which number sentence will help us find the perimeter of the rectangular garden?
a. P= 12m x 4m b. P = 12m + 4m + 4m c. P = 2(12m) + 2(4m) d. P = 12m - 4m

17. Which of the formula will help us find the perimeter of rectangular garden?
a. P= L x W b. P = 2L +2W c. P = 4 + s d. P = s x 4

18. Find the missing numbers in the number sequence.

1, 10, ____, 1000 _____ 100000

For Items 19 to 20, refer to the figure below..

12cm.
4cm.

15cm.

19. Which formula will help us find the distance around the triangle?
a. P= s+s+s b. P = 4 + s c. P = 2L +2W d. P = 4s

20. How many centimeters is the distance around the figure above?
a. 9cm b. 18cm c. 24cm d. 31cm

21. Fill in the missing number to make the equation TRUE.


9 x ( 10 + 5) = (___ x 10) + ( 9 x ____)

For Items 22 to 24, refer to the problem below.

Yaya Dub started washing her clothes at 2: 45 pm. She finished at 5:25p.m. How long
did it take her to wash her clothes?

22. What is asked in the problem?


a. The length of time it takes Yaya Dub to wash her clothes
b. The work done by Yaya Dub.
c. The time Yaya Dub washed her clothes
d. The time Yaya Dub stopped washing.

23. What operation to be used to solve the problem?


a. Addition b. Subtraction c. Multiplication d. division

24. What is the number sentence that represents your answer?


a. 5:25 + 2:45 = N b. 5:25 - 2:45= N c. 5:25 x 2:45= N d. 5:25 ÷ 2:45= N

25. Which is the correct answer to the problem?


a. It takes 2 hours and 40 mins for Yaya Dub to wash her clothes.
b. It takes 3 hours and 40 mins for Yaya Dub to wash her clothes.
c. Yaya Dub started to wash her clothes at 2:45pm.
d. Yaya Dub finished at 5:25pm.

26. Mr. Murcia wanted to tiled his 15 sq.m. pool. How many square centimeters of tiles will be
needed to completely tile the pool?

a. 300,000 sq.cm b.30,000 sq.cm c. 15,000 sq.cm d. 150,000 sq.cm

27. What is the perimeter of the polygon at the right? 10


a. 39 in. in.
b. 49 in.
15
c. 64 in.
in.
d. 74 in.
24in.

28. Supply the missing term/s in the given sequence.


80, ______, 74, 71, 68, _______

29. What is the perimeter of the parallelogram at the right?


10 m
a. 100 m b.88 m c.70 m d. 35 m

30. What is the perimeter of a rhombus having 2cm. side? 25m


a. 4 cm b. 6cm c. 8 cm d. 10 cm

31. An equilateral banner had a perimeter of 180cm. What is the length of its side?
a. 15cm b. 30cm c. 40cm d. 60cm

32. Andrew jogs around a rectangular park 15m long and 9m wide. How far does he go in
completing 2 rounds?
a. 48m b. 96m c. 100m d. 144m
33. Convert 240, 000 sq. cm to sq. m.
a. 24 sq. m b. 48 sq. m c. 240sq. m d. 480sq. m

34. The class of Grade IV Lapu-Lapu began to rearrange the chairs for a short program at 8:09a.m.
They finalized the arrangement at 9: 21a.m. About how long did it take them to arrange the
chairs?
a. 1 hour b. 1 hour and 10 minutes c. 2 hours d. 10 minutes

35. Clark walks around a square garden. If one side measures 25m, what is the distance around
covered by Clark?
a. 25m b. 50m c. 75m d. 100m.

36. What is the distance around a building which is 30m long and 24m wide?
a. 108m b.54m c. 30m d.24m.

For Items 37 to 40, refer to the problem below.

Lea bought a plain square neckerchief, which measures 8 in. a side. She adds lace around
it using the sewing machine.

37. What formula she used to get the measurement around the square neckerchief?
a. P= L x W b. P = 4 + s c. P = s x 4 d. P = 2L +2W

38. What is the perimeter of the square neckerchief?


a. P= 8in. b. P = 16in. c. P = 24in d. P = 32in.

39. If the cost of the lace is P2.00 per inch, how much did she spent for the lace?
a. P 50.00 b.P64.00 c. P100.00 d. P180.00

40. If Lea started putting the lace at 8:03a.m. and finished at 8: 59 a.m. How many minutes did she
spent in putting the lace?

a. 56 seconds b. 96 seconds c. 56 minutes d. 96 minutes

Prepared by:

Annabele E. Pulga
Teacher III-C1CS