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1. 175 + 50 =

Answer _____________________

2. Arrange the numbers given below to form the smallest


four digit number.

7 3 9 2

Answer

3. Write the missing number in the box below.

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3 12

4. The table below shows the number of tickets sold for 3


cricket games.

Games Tickets Sold


A 8459
B 8015
C 8730

a) In which game was the most tickets sold?

Answer _________________

b) In which game was the least tickets sold?

Answer _________________

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5. Write 2 as an improper fraction.
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Answer _____________________

6. Jimmy has to pack 138 mangoes in bags.


He packs 6 mangoes in each bag.
How many bags will he use?

Answer ______________________

7.

325 139 175

158 267 386

(a) Which two numbers from the box above that will
have a sum closest to 300.

Answer ______________ and _______________

(b) Which three numbers from the box above will


have a total closest to 900?

Answer _________, _________ and __________

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8. What is the product of 32 and 14?

Answer _________________

9. The table below shows a number sequence with numbers


missing.
(a) Fill in the numbers for row D.

(b) What is the first number for row G.?

Answer _______________

(c) In which row will the sum of the numbers be equal


to 140?

Answer _______________

(d) If the table is extended by adding more rows, in


which row will you find the number 59?

Answer _______________

Rows Numbers
A 1 2 3 4 5
B 8
C 11 12 13 14 15
D 17
E
F 28
G
H 39

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10. There are 500 story books in a school library.


In the first term a class read 87 books.
In the second term they read 135 books.
In the third term they read twice as many books as in the
first term.

(a) How many books were read in the third term?

Answer ____________________

(b) Calculate the number of books which were not


read.

Answer ____________________

11.

Complete the following sentence.

The glass shown above holds about 500 _____________


of water.

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Goal Posts

Goal Posts

In a football field, the distance between the two goal posts


is ___________________.

Tick ( √ ) the correct box

equal to 1 km

less than 1 km

more than 1 km

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13. The dark line on the grid below shows one side of a
rectangle with 4 units of width.
Complete the rectangle so it has a perimeter of 20 units.

14. The diagram below shows cubes in a box.

Box

Cube

(a) How many cubes make up the height of the box?

Answer _________________

(b) How many cubes will completely cover the base of


the box?

Answer _________________

(c) How many cubes will completely fill the box?

Answer _________________

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15. Mr. John’s Backyard


25 m

LAWN

10 m POND
18 m2

Mr. John’s backyard, shown above, has a pond of area


18 square metres (m2) surrounded by a lawn.

(a) Calculate the area of Mr. John’s backyard.

Answer __________________

(b) Calculate the area of the lawn.

Answer __________________

16. Mario’s Circus


Ticket Prices
Adults: $25.00
Children: Half Price

Mrs.Chin bought circus tickets for 4 adults and 8 children.

(a) What was her total cost for the 4 adult tickets?

Answer __________________

(b) Calculate the cost of a circus ticket for ONE child.

Answer __________________

(c) How much money did she pay for all the tickets?

Answer __________________

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17. Saturday morning T.V. Guide.

SHOW START TIME


Scooby Doo 9:15
Tom and Jerry 9:45
Sesame Street 10:15
Flintstones 11:15
Kim Possible 11:45

(a) What time does Scooby Doo start?

Answer ________________

(b) Which show is 60 minutes long?

Answer ________________

(c) How long is the show Tom and Jerry?

Answer ________________

(d) What show is on at 11:30?

Answer ________________

18. The arrows below form a pattern.

Draw the next two arrows of the pattern in the boxes.

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19. Joan wants to build the frame of a cube using straws and
plasticine. She uses one piece of plasticine to hold the
straws at each vertex.

(a) If she has 7 straws of the same length, how many


more straws will she need?

Answer __________________

(b) How many pieces of plasticine will Joan use?

Answer __________________

20. Draw ALL the lines of symmetry on the shape below.

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21. The shapes below are the faces of four solids.

Name the solids.

(a)

Answer ____________________________

(b)

Answer ____________________________

(c)

Answer ____________________________

(d)

Answer ____________________________

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22. Which shoe size represents the mode?

6 6 4 4 6 5 6

Answer ____________________

23. The incomplete bar graph below shows the number of


dogs that was taken to the vet from Monday to Friday.

Number of dogs taken to the vet

14

12

10
Number of dogs

0
Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri
1 2 3 4 5
Days

(a) What is the total number of dogs taken to the vet


on Tuesday and Friday?

Answer __________________

(b) Six more dogs were taken to the vet on Thursday


than on Wednesday. Draw the bar for Thursday.

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24. The tally chart below shows the plants grown by 25


standard three students.

Plants grown Number of students

Lettuce

Tomatoes

Corn

Celery

Pepper

(a) How many students planted lettuce?

Answer ___________________

(b) Calculate the number of students who planted


corn.

Answer ___________________

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25. The table below shows children’s scores while playing a


computer game.

Points Scored Number of children


5 10
10 12
15 8
20 5
25 4

(a) How many children scored 15 points?

Answer __________________

(b) How many children played the computer game?

Answer __________________

(c) Calculate the number of children who scored less


than 20 points.

Answer __________________

(d) What fraction of children scored less than 20


points?

Answer __________________

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