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MATHEMATICS

1

INDEX

ChapterNO TOPIC PAGE NO

1 The Fish Tale

3-25

2 Shapes and Angles

26-32

3 How Many Squares?

33-44

4 Parts and Wholes

45-57

5 Does it Look the Same?

58-62

6 BeMyMultiple,I'llbeYourFactor

63-68

7 Can You See the Pattern?

69-81

8 Mapping Your Way

82-86

9 Boxes and Sketches

87-90

10 Tenths and Hundredths

91-98

11 Area and its Boundary

99-104

12 Smart Charts

105-119

13 Ways to Multiply and Divide

120-128

14 How Big? How Heavy

129-142

2

CHAPTER 1-THE FISH TALE

Exercise 1.1

Q1. Round off each number to the underlined place value.

The rounded off number will be ____ than

A. 6345

6345.

B. 9879

9879.

C. 1908

and 1911.

D. 7906

______of 7911.

E. 7751

_______of 7799.

3

Q2.Compare the given numbers and write the correct symbol (<, > or

=) in the boxes below.

>

C. 73,831 73,831 D. 69,822 1,00,000

4

Q 5 . Form the smallest and greatest number using the given digits.

A. 3,2,6,1,4

B. 7,4,6,8,2

C. 6,4,2,1,9D. 2,4,8,3,9

E. 3,5,8,1,7F. 4,6,8,1,3

1. . There are 56,375 mango trees, 66,345 orange trees and 6,68,345

apple trees in an orchard. Arrange the name of the trees in

ascending order of their numbers.

635 and City 3 has a population of 9,99,939.Find the total

population.

5

3. Arrange the cities in descending order of their population.

9,87,430 and Shivi formed the number 9,87,340. Who formed

the greater number? Can you form a five-digit number using the

given digits? How?

5. Rohan bought a chain for 56,782 and a necklace for 2,67,896. She

rounded off the numbers to the nearest thousands and paid the

amount for the chain and necklace. How much money did she pay

for each item?

6

Exercise-1.3

19890 19900

78905 78907

89880 89900

18790 18830

229887

58976

67444

444090

449085

7

Q.3 Colour the numbers (PUZZLE)

1 digit numbersGREEN

Hint

2 digit numbers YELLOW 999 99 9

99999 9999

3 digit numbers RED

4 digit numbers BLUE

5 digit number orange 100 10 1

10000

1000

8

Hint:

I V X L C

1 5 10 50 100

C CXI

CI

CII

CIII

CIV

CV

CVI

CVII

CVIII

CIX

11 200 XI CC

52 70 LII LXX

58 95 LVIII XC

A)58 LXIV

B)52 CCL

C)64 LVIII

D)99 LII

E)250 IC

9

Q.8 Fill in the blanks

1) 221 = C+C+X+X+I

2) 49 = -----------

3) 246 = --------+ -------+VI

4) 309 = --------+ --------- + --------- + ----------

5) 65 = ---------- + -----------+-------

Sita purchased a sari cost Rs DXV, a Soap cost Rs XXXIX and a powder cost

Rs CXVIII. How much money she gave to a shopkeeper?

I) LXIV

LXXV

LXX IXC

LIXV LIV

XXX XXXV

10

EXERCISE 1.4

Hint: 1 The numbers which are divisible by 2 are known as even number.

And we are also known as if any number have last digit 2, 4,6,8,0 is the evennumber

2 The numbers which are not divisible by 2 are known as odd number.

And we are also known as if any number have last digit 1, 3,5,7,9 is the odd number

3 Prime number are those number which are divisible only by 1and itselfitse

Itself.

Q.1Write the even number counting 1000 to 1050?

Q.3Write the counting 15000 to 15050and colour even number with blue and

odd number with Red.

11

Q.6 Identify and write which number are even, odd and prime write in triangle?

The number given here?

3 Prime number are those numbers which are divisible only by-----------and -------

12

Exercise 1.5

(ii) 10 99999

(iii) 1000 99

(iv) 100 9

(v) 1 9999

(i) Write in blue colour five digit smallest and the greatest number?

(ii) Write in red colour four and three digit smallest and the greatest number?

(iii) What the difference five digit greatest number form three digit smallest

number?

13

Q.3 By using given digits make a smallest and greatest number digit should not

be repeated?

1 9,9,2,7

2 3,8,9,0

3 8,5,0,9,0

4 2,8,7,6,4

5 8,0,9,1

6 3,9,0,1

7 2,6,2,3,9

Q.4 By using digits, build the smallest and Greatest number possible Repeat

digits, If required?

1 5,0,0,9

2 3,7,5

3 0,0,1,1

4 5,2,3,0

5 3,6,0,9

6 9,8,6

7 6,7,8,2

8 8,0,8,0

14

Q .5 Write counting 99 to 1000 in your note book and find out how many

smallest and greatest number comes between in counting?

Q.6 Play a game with smallest and the greatest number in class room your class

teacher and your classmats?

99 100

10000

1000 9 10000

a) 14568 41785 75786 68489 50471 59264 42856 93547

15

Q.8Tick the smallest number:

16

Q .10 What comes Before (Successor) the following numbers:

4543 4546

5700 5703

8760 8762

8900 8903

7800

17

Exercise- 1.6

Q 1 Write the Expanded form of the following Numbers.

Q.2 Write the numbers shown on the abacus. Also, write their

expanded form.

AbacusNumber Expanded Form

A.

B.

18

C.

D.

Q.3 Write the numbers in words in Indian system and International system.

1) 225623245 : ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

: ______________________________________________

2) 14804555 : ______________________________________________

: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

3) 600456783 : ______________________________________________

: ______________________________________________

4) 60785549 :_______________________________________________

: _______________________________________________

19

Q.4 Write the standard form and expanded form:

a) 1 5 4 3 Standard form: _____________________________

Expanded form:_____________________________

Expanded form:_____________________________

Expanded form:_____________________________

Expanded form:_____________________________

Expanded form:_____________________________

Expanded form:_____________________________

20

Q.5 Write the following in standard and expanded form.

Two thousand Ninety hundred

ninety nine Standard form: ___________________________

Expanded form:___________________________

Three thousand ninety ________________________________________

Expanded form:_____________________________

Standard form: --------------------------------------------

Six thousand ninety four ________________________________________

Expanded form:____________________________

Standard form: ---------------------------------------------

Two thousand sixty five ________________________________________

Expanded form:____________________________

Eight thousand three hundred Standard form: ----------------------------------------------

nine ________________________________________

Expanded form:____________________________

21

Q.7 Convert number Expand form to number Standard form?

Q.8 Write in the given abacus as shown in the number and place value:

= 6000 + 500 + 50 + 4 =6554

22

A.

B.

23

C.

1. 5006

2.7780

2. 7932

24

Q.10 Write the place value of.

A)

3 in 4803 3

9 in 9350

5 in 9852

2 in 4253

6 in 1863

7 in 7853

25

Chapter-2: Shapes and Angles

Exercise-2.1

E) When I stretch all the five fingers of my hand to full, my fingers make four

________angles.

f) If I stand erect, bare feet, my foot makes a __________ angle with my leg.

26

G) Two rays with a common end point form an_________.

27

Exercise-2.2

1.Draw anything of your choice around the angle shown. Also write what kind of

angle it is. The first one is done.

Name HEENA________________________

Q4. Write your name using straight lines and count the number of:

28

Q5. Which shape is considered to be the most rigid shape? Give three examples

where this shape is used?

Q6. Write what kind of angle is made by the hands of a clock at these times:

29

Exercise-2.3

(a) 50 and 60

(b) 10 and 90

(c) 11 and 79

(e) 45 and 45

(f) 0 and 90

(e) 47 and 45

30

Q.6 What measure (in degrees) should be added to the following to make them

a right angle?

i) 34 ̊

ii) 16 ̊

iii) 19 ̊

iv) 28 ̊

v) 78 ̊

vi) 38 ̊

vii) 84 ̊

viii) 90 ̊

Q.7What measure (in degrees) should be added to the following to make them

supplementary?

i) 134 ̊

ii) 116 ̊

iii) 119 ̊

iv) 88 ̊

v) 98 ̊

31

Exercise-2.4

Q.1 Identify types of angles(acute, obtuse , right angle) made bythe clock

32

CHAPTER 3-HOW MANY SQUARES

Exercise-3.1

½cmX ½cm grid, 2cm X 2cm grid and 3cm X 3cm grid.

Q.2Observe the map and calculate the distance with the measurement of the

scale given.

33

PARK PLAY

GROUND

D

SCHOOL

HOME

FIELD

34

Exercise-3.2

Q.1Seema walks 28kms in a week. How much she walks in a day?

Q.2 Rachna bought a ribbon of 15m length. She gave 1/3 to Rupa, 1/5 to Seema

and 2/5 to Rekha. How much ribbon is left with her?

Q.3 I need 500 cm rope to tie a bundle of sticks. I have 6 m rope. How many

bundles can I tie with that?

cloth and by how much?

walking. Calculate his total journey in km?

Q.7 I am 2 1/2m tall. My friend is 1 2/5m tall. Who is taller and how much tall?

35

Exercise-3.3

Q.1 Measure the sides of the shape and find their perimeter.

a. b.

c. d.

e.

36

Q.2 Boundary of square ‘A’ is 24 cm. Draw another square of double its side and

name it ‘B’. Draw another square of half of the side of square ‘A’ and name it ‘

than square A.

1 6 cm 20 cm

2 2 cm 12 cm

3 8 cm 64sq.cm

4 4 cm 24 cm

5 7 cm 42 sq. cm

37

Exercise-3.4

A. 12 cm B. 7 m 4cm

2cm

C. 5cm D. 7m

3cm

E.

Boundary = 20 cm

38

Q.2 Area of a square A= 16 sq cm.

39

Exercise-3.5

Q.1

20 cm

a. If the park is in square shape, find its side and area too.

b. If the park is in rectangular shape and one side of the park is 30 m. Then,

find the length of the other side and its area.

Q.3 A fence of 200 m was put around a house. If one side is 80 m then, find the

length of other side and its area.

40

Q.4 Find the missing

A)

5cm

Area= 25 sq.cm

Boundary=_________________

B)

3cm

Perimeter =15cm

C)

5 cm

AREA = 50 SQ. CM

Breadth = ______________cm

Perimeter = ____________cm

Q.5 Perimeter of a land is 200 m. What are the options of the shapes? Draw

with length of sides.

41

Exercise-3.6

Q.1 Jule has to floor her room with tiles. Length of her room is 10 m and width is

5 m. She has to put tiles of length 1 m and width ½ m. How many tiles will she

use?

Q.2 Find the cost of fencing around a park @ Rs. 5/ m. The length and breadth

of the park are 100 m and 50 m respectively.

Q.3 The area of a drawing sheet is 3600 sq cm. If length of one side is 400 cm,

what is its perimeter?

Q.4 There are two fields of length 70 m, breadth 10 m and length 700 m,

breadth 1 m. Which field is more in area and which field is more in perimeter?

what is the length of the other side and what will be its area?

42

Exercise-3.7

SqmmSqcmSqmSq km

a. b.

c.

d.

43

Q.3 Find area of these shapes-

a. b.

44

CHAPTER 4- PARTS AND WHOLE

Exercise-4.1

Q.1 Color one-half of the Shape with Red .

45

Q.5Color one-half of the trapezoids with orange.

46

Q.10Ramlal have a rectangular field. He wants to divide his field into four parts.

How many different ways he can divide his field into four equal parts?

47

Exercise-4.2

Q.1

Answer: __________________________________

Answer: __________________________________

Answer: __________________________________

Answer: __________________________________

Answer: __________________________________

Answer: __________________________________

Q.2 Lalit has drawn some shapes and colour a part of the shape. What part of

each shape is coloured? First guess and write the answer in the space provided

then check and write the answer in the space provided.

48

Guess

After Checking

Guess

After Checking

guess guess

49

Q.3 The graph displayed here has 100 small squares and 10 bars of which 9 have

been coloured.Observe the coloured bars and answer the following questions.

J

I

H

G

F

E

D

C

B

A

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

What fraction of the graph is blue? /100

How much smaller is the brown bar 3/

compaired to the pink bar?

What fraction must be add to the light 5/

green bar to make it equal to the yellow

bar?

What fraction of the graph is white? /

What fraction of the graph is is taken up by /100 = /10

the two red bars?

Q.4:Fun with shapes and fraction:

50

Total Shapes _____________________________

What fraction of shapes are _____________________________

What fraction of shapes are _____________________________

What fraction of shapes are _____________________________

𝟐 𝟓 𝟏𝟓 Mixed fraction

, ,

𝟑 𝟕 𝟏𝟗

𝟕 𝟗 𝟐𝟖 Proper fraction

, ,

𝟐 𝟒 𝟏𝟏

𝟓 𝟑 𝟕 Unit fraction

, ,

𝟖 𝟖 𝟖

𝟏 𝟏 𝟏 Improper fraction

, ,

𝟓 𝟔 𝟖

𝟏 𝟏 𝟏 Like fraction

𝟕 ,𝟓 ,𝟔

𝟐 𝟒 𝟕

𝟓 𝟒 𝟏 Unlike fraction

, ,

𝟔 𝟔 𝟔

(b) Is ½ closer to 3/2 or 3/6

(c) Is 5/8 closer to ½ or ¼

51

Q.7Lalit goes to a land which has a special currency called bits,where 100 bits=1

bill.Complete the following table of fraction and decimals.Also write how many

bits are required to pay each fraction of the bill

2/100 2

10/100

/10 6

35/100

0.70

120

80/100

Q.8Here are two squares of same size. The red squares is divided into nine parts

and the green squares is divided into 36 parts .Now read the statements and

state whether you agree or not Circle yes or Circle no

3 parts of red is more than 12 parts of yes No

green

1 parts of red is twice 1 part of green yes No

4 parts of green is same as 1 part of red yes No

18 parts of green is half of the red squares yes No

52

Exercise-4.3

No. of Girls 1146

KV N0.-2 Jaipur No. of boys 1576

No. of Girls 1164

KV N0.-3 Jaipur No. of boys 1072

No. of Girls 750

KV N0.-4 Jaipur No. of boys 932

No. of Girls 708

(a)What is fraction of No. of boys of K.v. No.1 Jaipur and KV no. 2 Jaipur.

minimum no. of student.

(g) Find the ratio of total no. of boys and girls of all schools.

53

Q.2Ritu has a bed sheet whose area is 16m2.She painted

Coloured ,pink coloured and black coloured.

54

Exercise-4.4

𝟐 𝟓 𝟏𝟓 𝟕 𝟑𝟕 𝟏

(a) , , , , ,

𝟑 𝟑 𝟑 𝟑 𝟑 𝟑

𝟐 𝟐 𝟏 𝟓 𝟑 𝟏

(𝒃) , , , , ,

𝟒 𝟏𝟐 𝟖 𝟏𝟐 𝟖 𝟒

𝟕 𝟓 𝟏𝟒 𝟖 𝟏𝟏 𝟏

(a) , , , , ,

𝟗 𝟑 𝟔 𝟑 𝟔 𝟑

𝟐 𝟐 𝟑 𝟓 𝟒 𝟑

(𝒃) , , , , ,

𝟐𝟒 𝟏𝟐 𝟖 𝟏𝟐 𝟖 𝟒

55

Exercise-4.5

56

57

CHAPTER 5 –DOES IT LOOK THE SAME

Exercise-5.1

Q.1. Draw the lines (s) to divide the shapes given below into mirror halves.Also ,

find how many such lines can be drawn.one has been done for you.

(A)

Figure

(b)

Tick the shape which are divided into two mirror halves by the lines

58

59

60

61

62

CHAPTER 6-

Exercise-6.1

Q.1 Find the LCM of the given number using prime factorization method.

(a) 36 and 54

(d) 28 , 56,84

Q.2 Find the LCM of the given numbers using short division method

90 and 135

96 and 144

24,36 and 40

63

Q.3 Find highest common factor of the following by complete factorisation:

64

iv) 632, 790, 869

65

(v) 120, 150, 135

66

Exercise-6.2

Q.1 There are three buckets containing 24L 36 L and 48 L of milk.find the

capacity of smallest bucket that can measure the milk in the three buckets.

Q.2 The two strings 16m and 20m long are to be cut into small pieces of equal

length. what will be the maximum length of each piece?

Q.3 Find the smallest number that can be divided by 24, 72 and 96.

Q.4 What is the least number of chocolates a teacher should have so that when

she distributes equal numbers of them to his 10, 15 or 20 students?

Q.5 Find the smallest number which is exactly divisible by 20,32 and 36.

67

Q.6 Fill the chart given below

× 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

68

CHAPTER 7

Exercise-7.1

(1)

9 12

56 72

30 6

(2)

74 11

0

80

156

94 75

23 96

69

Rule—The sum of circles is in rectangles.

(3) Fill in the grid so that every horizontal row ,every vertical column and every

3 x3 box contains the digits 1-9 without repeating.

8 2 7 6

3 1

1 7 6 5 9

5 2

8 4 3 9 7

4 1

7 1 4 3 5

6 3

9 5 2 8

70

Complete the pattern

8 ÷ 4 = 2

1 + 2 + 3 = 6

2 + 3 + 4 = 9

3 + 4 + 5 = 1 2

+ + =

1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 = 1 5

2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 = 2 0

3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 = 2 5

+ + + + =

8 0 ÷ 4 = 2 0

8 0 0 ÷ 4 =

8 0 0 0 ÷ =

÷ =

÷ =

71

Exercise-7.2

To make dupatta.

72

Use this block to make table cloth and to make curtain.

73

Exercise-7.3

738 + 625 + =

346 625 + + 346

921 + 327 + =

525 + +

437

X 976 = 976 X

6427

X 16 = 8 X 2 X

100

_ 50

= 25

+

74

Q.2) Complete the addition patterns.

9 225

__ 50 13 667 2000

12 231

2 4

180 5 840

6 6

75

Exercise-7.4

Q.1 From the calendar find the total of numbers in colored boxes.

1 2 3 4 (B) 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

(A)15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31

BOX A BOX B

Smallest number

Add 8 to it

Multiply by 9

TOTAL

……………………………………………………………….......................

………………………………………………………………......................

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Q. 2 Complete the patterns.

3 X 3 + 1 =10

33 X 3 + 1 = 100

333 X 3 + 1 = 1000

_____________________________________________

______________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

4 X 4 = 16

44 X 4 = 176

444 X 4 = 1776

4444 X 4 = 17776

_____________________________________________

______________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

77

Q.3.Observe the patterns and carry forward .

78

79

Q.4 (A) Turn the patterns clockwise

80

(c) Continue the patterns-

81

CHAPTER 8

Exercise-8.1

Q.1 Look at the map of india and answer the following questions

(a)

82

Q.2Observe the following figure and answer the questions given below

(b)Name any one tourist place present in the east direction of Delhi

83

Q.3The map of India is given below. Observe the map and answer the following

84

Exercise-8.2

1. Look at the floor plan of a house and answer the following questions.

1cm = 5m

85

Room Bath room

Garden

Store

Room Kitchen

Hall

Varanda

86

CHAPTER 9-

Exercise- 9.1

Q.1She made four more shapes. Each is to be folded along the dotted lines. You

have to find out which of these can be made into a box.

Q.2 Look at this floor map of a house. Make doors and windows on the deep

drawing of this house.

Q.4.Soumitro and his friends made deep drawings of a cube. These are their

drawings.

(b) Can you add some lines to make drawing (f) into a deep drawing of the

cube?

87

Q.5 This cut-out is folded to make a cube.

Make same figure on chart paper using the above used tracing paper.

Cut out the shape along dark or bold line and fold along the light lines

Number of faces______________

Number of edges______________

Number of vertexes ______________

88

Q.7 Draw a 2-Dimensional figure by cutting and flattening the edges of a

match-box of cuboids shape.

Q.10 Draw a 2 D figure by cutting and flattering the edges of cube shaped (3D

figure) in the space provided

89

Q.11 Fill the table given below

CUBE

CUBOID

CONE

CYLINDER

SPHERE

90

CHAPTER 10

Exercise-10.1

Q.1 Fill in the blanks

A. 0.83 =

B. 0.4 =

C. 0.24 =

91

D. 0.96 =

E. 0.6 =

F. 0.2 =

G. 0.7 =

H. 0.19 =

I. 0.95 =

J.0.1 =

K.0.23 =

L. 0.68 =

M. 0.2 =

N. 0.97 =

92

Q.4 Convert to fractions and simplify if possible.

1) 0.48 =

2) 0.2 =

3) 0.44 =

4) 0.15 =

5) 0.26 =

6) 0.8 =

7)0.02 =

8) 0.28 =

9) 0.8 =

10) 0.25 =

11) 0.5 =

93

Q.5 Convert to fractions and simplify if possible.

1.)30.8 =

2.)92.2 =

3.) 63.64 =

4.)52.08 =

5.)16.5 =

6.)82.6 =

7.) 96.36 =

8.) 72.8 =

9.) 93.5 =

10.)16.68 =

11.) 55.14 =

12.) 2.44 =

13.) 72.4 =

14.)72.6 =

15.) 92.8 =

16.) 39.6 =

94

Exercise-10.2

𝟔

(A) 500+70+3+410+ =

𝟏𝟎𝟎

𝟓

(B) 900+2+ =

𝟏𝟎𝟎

𝟒

(C) 4+ =

𝟏𝟎𝟎𝟎

𝟒 𝟕

(D) 50+5+ + =

𝟏𝟎𝟎 𝟏𝟎𝟎𝟎

𝟒 𝟕

(E) 30+5+ + =

𝟏𝟎𝟎 𝟏𝟎𝟎𝟎

95

Q.3 Write the number names of the following decimals

(a) 0.02

(b) 18.56

(C) 23.45

(d)5.7

(A) 31.54× 8 =

(B) 38.426×3.5 =

(C) 19.4×3.6=

(D) 5.27×3.17 =

(C) 32.34+0.17+7.39

(D) 83.327-49.16

(B) 180cm 6m =

(C) 80paise =

(E) 3L 750ml =

96

𝟑

Q.7. 5 Written in the decimal form as ..

𝟏𝟎

𝟕𝟓

(B) 6 Can be Written as in decimal form-

𝟏𝟎𝟎

𝟏𝟓

(A) =

𝟏𝟎𝟎

𝟏𝟓

(B) 79 =

𝟏𝟎𝟎

𝟕

(C) 21 =

𝟏𝟎𝟎𝟎

97

3.) 264.3 + 12.804 = 9.)165.4 + 73.61 =

98

CHAPTER 11

AREA AND ITS BOUNDARY

Exercise-11.1

Q. 1 Fill in the Blanks.

1. ___________ is the distance around a closed figure.

8. Area of a Triangle=_____________

99

Exercise- 11.2

100

101

102

103

Q.3. Find the perimeter of the given shapes.

11cm

5cm 3cm

104

CHAPTER 12

SMART CHART

Exercise-12.1

24

20

19

15

17

33

24

35

105

Exercise-12.2

Q.1 Sale of cakes in a bakery is shown by following pictograph. Read it carefully

and answer the following questions.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

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Q.2 how many cakes were sold on Thursday?

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Q.2 Draw tally marks for the sale of the whole week.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Q.3.Shyampratap is a sweet maker and runs a small shop. The sale of different

sweets on festival season is shown here .

Jalebi

Gulabjamun

Barfi

Laddu

Gujiya

Key = 2 kg

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Exercise-12.3

Q.1.The following data shows the number of cold drink bottles sold by each

shop. Use the information to draw a pictograph and answer the following

questions.

400 350 250 200 350 500

Shop 1

Shop 2

Shop 3

Shop 4

Shop 5

Shop 6

Key = 50 bottles

Q.1) Name the shops that sold at least 350 bottles?

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Q.2) If the cost of one bottle is 12 rupees then how much did shop 4 earn?

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Q.2.Raj, Raghu ,Hari , Mohan and Aditya are close friends. They have some

marbles in their box. Following is the data to show the number of marbles they

have .make a pictograph using it and answer the following questions.

16 20 22 24 30

PICTOGRAPH

Raj

Raghu

Hari

Mohan

Aditya

key = 4 marbles

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Q.3 How many fewer marbles does Raghu have than Aditya?

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Q.3.Rishabh has a mobile store. The following bar graph shows the sale of

mobile store in the last six months. Read it carefully and answer the following

questions

Q.1 What was the sale of mobile phones in the month of march?

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Q.4.Swati and Priya collects information from the college canteen that which

food is most popular at the canteen. The data given here is for one week.

400

350

300

250

200

NUMBER OF FOOD ITEMS SOLD

150

100

50

0

SAMOSA PATIES PASTRY TEA COFFEE

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Q.5.Students of class 5 were asked about the countries they would like to visit.

A bar graph is given here to show the data. Read it carefully and answer the

following questions.

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Q.2 fill in the missing data for China and Canada in the table ?

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Q.6.Six students of class 5had a banana eating competition. The bar graph given

below shows the results. Read it carefully and answer the following questions

Q.A Fill in the missing data in the table for Rahul and Manas.

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Q.D How many more bananas did Sourav ate than Jagat?

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Q.7.The following pie chart shows the number of farm animals owned by five

farmers named Mohan , Krishna, Kalu, Veeru, and Amit.

40

20 MOHAN

120

KRISHNA

KALU

VEERU

AMIT

90

30

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b) Krishna have ---------------

c) Kalu have ----------------

d) Veeru have -----------------

e) Amit have ----------------

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Q.8.Dev’s father earns rupees 30000 per month. Dev makes a pie chart with the

help of his father to show their monthly expenses.

MONTHLY BUDGET

8000 BILLS

5000 ENTERTAINMENT

FOOD

5000 SAVING

6000

MISCELLANEOUS

2000

Q.A How much money does Dev’s family spend on house rent and bills?

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Q.E Which two expenses are equal to the money spend on food?

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Exercise-12.4

Q.1.A furniture shop maintained a data on the number of furniture sold. Read it

carefully and answer the following questions

Q.A. If the number of beds sold is 100 then find out the number of

a) Chair

b) Sofa

c) Table

Ans. _________________________________________________

Ans. _________________________________________________

Ans. __________________________________________________

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Q.2 Given table shows the data of different cartoon shows seen by class 4

students. Read it carefully and make a bar graph for it.

Doremon 10

Motupatlu 20

Chhotabhim 15

Oggy and the cockroaches 5

Tom and jerry 10

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Q.3 A school library has many books on various subjects. Make a pie chart for it

using the following data. And answer the following questions.

300 200 150 250 350 150

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Q.4 Geeta has many pet animals in her colony. She counts them and then

collects the following data. Make a pie chart and answer the following

questions.

16 12 8 6 6

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pets —

a) Dog

b) Cat

c) Fish

d) Parrot

e) Rabbit

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CHAPTER 13

Exercise-13.1

(A) 12 × 7 = …………………………….. × 4

(b) …… × 7 = 147

(D) 40 × 25 = ……………………………..

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6) 1000 × _______ = 715000

7) _______ × 10 = 8900

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EXERCISE -13.2

1) 28 ÷ 4 =

2) 6,920 ÷ 4 =

3) 1,432 ÷ 4 =

4) 128 ÷ 8 =

5)5,037 ÷ 3 =

6)4,472 ÷ 8 =

7) 91 ÷ 7 =

8)721 ÷ 7 =

9) 852 ÷ 6 =

10) 438 ÷ 6 =

11) 1,464 ÷ 4 =

12) 834 ÷ 6 =

13) 2,752 ÷ 8 =

14) 72 ÷ 4 =

15) 5,304 ÷ 6 =

16) 192 ÷ 8 =

17) 1,842 ÷ 6 =

18) 75 ÷ 5 =

19) 7,218 ÷ 6 =

20) 3,552 ÷ 8

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B Find the quotient with remainder.

1.) 903 ÷ 20 =

2.) 294 ÷ 60 =

3) 49 ÷ 80 =

4) 66 ÷ 50 =

5) 695 ÷ 60 =

6) 156 ÷ 60 =

7) 765 ÷ 20 =

8) 64 ÷ 30 =

9) 816 ÷ 80 =

10) 598 ÷ 80 =

11) 258 ÷ 80 =

12) 587 ÷ 70 =

13)196 ÷ 50 =

14) 331 ÷ 30 =

15) 952 ÷ 70 =

16) 474 ÷ 40 =

17) 876 ÷ 90 =

18) 628 ÷ 50 =

!9) 654 ÷ 80

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C Find the quotient with remainder.

8.)1,482 ÷ 300 =

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EXERCISE -13.3

(i) 42 × 37

(ii) 67 × 62

(iii) 99 × 91

(iv) 147 × 51

1. Estimate the product 958 × 387 by rounding off each factor to its greatest

place.

2. Find the estimated quotient 2838 ÷ 125 by rounding off the numerator and

denominator to the nearest hundreds.

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EXERCISE -13.4

126

EXERCISE -13.5

1. 24 folders each has 56 sheets of paper inside them. How many sheets of

paper are there altogether?

2. A carton holds 24 packets of biscuits. Each packet has 12 biscuits. How many

biscuits can be packed in 45 cartons?

3. $5,876 are distributed equally among 26 men. How much money will each

person get?

4. If 9975 kg of wheat is packed in 95 bags, how much wheat will each bag

contain?

Each table can seat 12 people. How many tables are needed?

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7. A bus can hold 108 passengers. If there are 12 rows of seats on the bus, how

many seats are in each row?

8. Tom had 63 apples. He divides all apples evenly among 9 friends. How many

apples did Tom give to each of his friends?

9. Mark baked 195 cookies and divided them equally into 13 packs. How many

cookies did Mark put in each packet?

10. Nancy needs 5 lemons to make a glass of orange juice. If Nancy has 250

oranges, how many glasses of orange juice can she make?

11. In your classes you counted 120 hands. How many students were at the

class?

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CHAPTER 14-

HOW BIG HOW HEAVY

EXERCISE-14.1

Volume=__________________

2. Find the volume of following shapes.

4cm 10cm

2cm 2cm

5cm 4cm

___________________________

Q.3. Fill in the blanks.

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Q.4 Complete the given table.

(a) 6 cm

(b) 3.5 cm

(c) 9 m

(d) 8.1 cm

(e) 10 m

(f) 15 cm

Cuboid

(i) 8 cm 5 cm 3 cm

(ii) 10 m 2m 5m

(iv) 12 cm 5 cm 2 cm

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(vi) 15 m 6m 2.5 m

……………………………………. ………………………………………..

……………………………………. …………………………………………

……………………………………. ………………………………………..

……………………………………. …………………………………………

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……………………………………. ………………………………………..

……………………………………. …………………………………………

7. find the volume of each shape.

No of cubes No of cubes

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No of cubes No of cubes

No of cubes No of cubes

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EXERCISE -14.2

Q.1 The figures shown below are made of cubes of volume 1 cubic cm. Count

the number of small cubes present in each shape given below. Also find their

volume.

No of cubes No of cubes

No of cubes No of cubes

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No of cubes No of cubes

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EXERCISE -14.3

volume of the earth is removed?

tanks of size 20mX5mX3m can be filled by emptying the big tank?

Q3. A diary has a length 20 cm, breadth 15 cm and a height of 2.5 cm.Find the

volume of 5 such diaries kept together?

Q.4 Find the volume of a cuboid of 3 cm X 4cm X 9 cm and a cube of 8cm edge.

Which has the greater volume and by how much?

many cuboids of measurements 5 m X 4 m X 3 m can be cut out from the

log?

cm each. How many pieces were made?

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EXERCISE -14.4

Q. 1. A tin has 25litre of oil. 11litre 450ml oil is consumed. How much oil is left

in the tin?

making tea. How much milk is left?

water in it. What is the total quantity of mixture?

Q.4. The capacity of a container is 40 litre .it has 26 litre 375 ml of water. How

much more water can it hold?

Q.5. A bottle has 220 ml of mango juice. How much mango juice will 11

bottles have?

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EXERCISE 14.5

Q.1. Write the given amount in the box and add these :-

b. 10 L 25 ml , 54 L 80 ml and 44 L 210 ml

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EXERCISE 14.6

b. 54 L 80 ml and 44 L 210 ml

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EXERCICE 14.7

and 13 L 560 ml of banana shake. What is the total quantity of shake sold

by him?

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Q.2. Kartar Singh bought 140 L 600 ml diesel for his truck. He used 70 L 625 ml.

how much diesel his still in the truck?

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

paint. Both containers are emptied into a larger empty container. How

much paint does the large container hold now?

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Q.4. A vessel has 7050 ml of water. How many litres and milliliters of water is

there in the vessel?

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Q.5. A hair oil bottle has 250 ml oil in it. How much oil is contained by 12 such

bottles?

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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EXERCISE 14.8

How much milk is left in that bottle ?

Ans. _____________________________________________________________

Find the total volume of water they drank ?

Ans. _______________________________________________________________

that consumed 50ml water and now 750 ml water is left. Find the total capacity

of that ?

Ans. _______________________________________________________________

consumed by the tree in a month .

Ans . ______________________________________________________________

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Q 5. ) A started travelling with one of 1lit .He purchased new bottle

at every 1.5km .His total journey was 6km . What was the total volume of water

?

Ans._______________________________________________________________

total volume ?

Ans

___________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________

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