Topic 1 – Whole Numbers

PAPER 1
This question paper consists of 50 questions. Answer all questions. The diagrams in the questions provided are not drawn to scale unless stated. 1. Thirty thousand two hundred and four in numerals is A 30 204 C 32 400 B 32 040 D 34 200 2. 14 thousands 6 tens A 1 406 B 14 006 3. Diagram 1 shows a number line.
Q 76 250 76 750

C D

14 060 14 600

DIAGRAM 1 What is the value of Q? A 75 000 B 75 250 4. C D 75 500 75 750

43 780 = 43 thousands + x hundreds + 8 tens What is the value of x? A 3 B 7 C D 30 37

5. Which of the following has digit 9 with the value of 9 hundreds? A 9 200 C 2 090 B 2 900 D 2 009 6. What is the place value for digit 8 in the number 28 430? A tens C thousands B hundreds D ten thousands 7. What is the digit value of digit 5 in the number 83 520? A 50 000 C 500 B 5 000 D 50 8. 3 450 = 3 thousands + x hundreds + 5 tens What number is represented by x? A 4 C B 40 D 5 50

9. 3 ten thousands + 4 thousands + 6 hundreds + 2 ones = A 3 462 C 34 260 1

B

7 620

D

34 602

10. What number has to be added to 839 for the sum to be 7 800? A 6 961 C 8 639 B 7 961 D 9 639 11. Which of the following has a sum exceeding 10 000? A 3 241 + 2 752 + 129 C 5 867 + 3 292 B 829 + 1 359 + 4 726 D 689 + 9 324 12. 3 2 P6 +6 Q 3 7 1 0 1 6 3 In the above calculation, what digit is represented by P and Q respectively? A 1, 3 C 3, 1 B 2, 9 D 9, 2 13. Which of the following has the largest value? A 8 327 + 924 C 7 429 + 2 724 B 8 247 + 856 D 5 869 + 4 723 14. 1 3 P 6 4 3 Q 5 7 + 6 1 8 6 4 2 9 6 R 2

Based on the calculation above, find the value of P + Q + R. A 14 C 635 B 41 D 935 15. Find the sum of 32 709, 12, 342 and 3 562. A 36 652 C 36 525 B 36 625 D 36 255 16. Pak Din is the owner of a bookshop. He sold 2 400 workbooks in January, 3 240 workbooks in February, 1 275 workbooks in March and 4 320 workbooks in April. Calculate the number of workbooks sold in the four months. A 11 235 C 21 235 B 12 135 D 21 325

17. Complete the mathematical equation below. 73 242 + 569 + ______ = 83 200 A B 6 389 7 389 C D C D 8 389 9 389 73 000 71 000

18. 85 301 – 12 301 = A 77 000 B 75 000

19. Find the difference between 87 650 and 7 249. A 80 401 C 81 400 2

B

81 040

D

84 100

20. What number has to be subtracted from 92 750 for the remainder to be 32 569? A 68 100 C 61 810 B 68 011 D 60 181 21. Which of the following has the smallest value? A 90 thousands – 8 hundreds C 50 thousands – 7 hundreds B 80 thousands – 3 hundreds D 40 thousands – 9 hundreds 22. 87 000 – y = 59 000 What number is represented by y? A 8 000 C B 18 000 D 28 000 38 000

23. Find the difference between 3 270 and 1 256. A 4 102 C 1 420 B 2 014 D 142 24. 20 000 – 2 000 – 200 – 20 = A 17 780 B 17 870 25. Diagram 2 shows a number line. C D 18 077 18 770

32 460

P

38 460

Q 44 460

DIAGRAM 2 What is the value of Q – P? A 2 000 B 4 000 C D 6 000 8 000

26. Pak Abu reared 36 000 ducks. He sold 12 569 ducks. Another 250 ducks had died. How many ducks were left? A 23 181 C 32 181 B 23 811 D 32 811 27. 1 359 × 9 = A 13 321 B 12 321 C D 12 231 12 123

28. Multiply 295 by 25. What is the product? A 7 380 C 7 370 B 7 375 D 7 305 29. 12, 48, 192, x, 3 072 What is the value of x in the number sequence above? A 678 C 867 B 768 D 876 3

30. Complete the following. 160 × ___ tens = 12 800 A 1 B 8 C D 10 80

31. Which of the following mathematical equations is not true? A 34 × 50 = 1 700 C 52 × 54 = 1 808 B 27 × 52 = 1 404 D 63 × 56 = 3 528 32. 6 hundreds × 5 tens is the same as the following except A 200 × 60 C 1 000 × 30 B 600 × 50 D 1 500 × 20 33. A box contains 48 tins of milk powder. Find the total number of tins in 36 similar boxes. A 1 827 C 1 287 B 1 728 D 728 34. Divide 20 000 by 5. What is the quotient? A 4 000 C 6 000 B 5 000 D 7 000 35. Find the remainder if 5 892 is divided by 50. A 12 C 32 B 22 D 42 36. Which of the following is true? A 20 000 ÷ 5 = 4 500 B 5 460 ÷ 20 = 273 C D 3 678 ÷ 3 = 2 892 2 678 ÷ 15 = 1 785

37. Which of the following quotients is without remainder? A 8 690 ÷ 50 C 4 896 ÷ 36 B 6 800 ÷ 30 D 4 562 ÷ 42 38. 25 920, 4 320, 720, P, 20 What is the value of P in the number sequence above? A 120 C 36 B 102 D 6 39. 8 560 ÷ S = 95 remainder 10 What is the value of S? A 30 B 60 C D 90 105

40. Find the quotient of 8 888 divided by 11. A 800 C 880 B 808 D 888 41. Pak Abu divided 2 300 mangosteens among his six children and had some mangosteens left. Find the remaining number of mangosteens. A 4 C 2 4

B 3 D 1 42. Diagram 3 shows a box containing 60 bottles of fruit juice.

12 000 ml

DIAGRAM 3 If each bottle is of the same size, how much fruit juice can be found in each bottle? A 200 ml C 1 200 ml B 280 ml D 1 280 ml 43. Add 4 726 to 2 355. Then, subtract 896 from the sum. What is the number that will be obtained? A 6 081 C 7 081 B 6 185 D 7 185 44. Which of the following has the biggest value? A 9 524 – 3 682 + 297 C 7 521 + 3 647 – 627 B 8 325 + 2 622 – 4 721 D 6 524 – 623 + 7 262 45. 13 thousands – 8 hundreds + 8 tens = A 12 280 C 12 080 B 12 200 D 12 000 46. A – 4 063 = 8 750 – 389 What is the value of A? A 4 298 B 8 361 C D 12 424 14 224

47. Find the result for 2 314 + 1 890 – 965. Round off your answer to the nearest thousand. A 2 000 C 3 200 B 3 000 D 4 000 48. 7 thousands + 9 hundreds - x thousands = 2 900 What is the number represented by x? A 2 C 5 B 4 D 6 49. 23 650 – 6 248 + k = 17 452 946 What is the value of k? A 5 B 50

C D

500 5 000

50. A factory can produce 15 200 pieces of a type of shirt in January and 12 325 pieces in February. If 2 509 of the shirts produced are rejected, calculate the number of shirts that are not rejected. A 25 016 C 14 834 B 17 709 D 366

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PAPER 2
This question paper consists of 30 questions. Answer all questions. The diagrams in the questions provided are not drawn to scale unless stated. 1. Write 37 854 in words. 2. Arrange 94 450, 93 450, 95 450, 91 450 and 92 450 in descending order. 3. Round off 45 386 to the nearest (a) hundred 4. Express 48 096 in extended form. 5.

(b) thousand

49 086, 48 096, 49 806, 48 960 Which of the numbers above has the biggest value for digit 6?

6. 87 469 + 892 = 7. 80 000 + 241 + 9 = 8. 35 690 + 327 + 21 + 42 = 9. There are 47 569 and 50 827 vehicles using the North-South Highway on Monday and Tuesday respectively. Find the total number of vehicles using the highway on these two days. 10. How much has to be added to 1 472 for the sum to be 10 000? 11. What is the sum if nineteen thousand three hundred and seventy-eight is added to eight thousand nine hundred and three? 12. Find the difference between 89 375 and 1 698. 13. Deduct five hundred thirty-eight from eleven thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine. 14.

80 988 – A = 27 634 + 1 400 What is the number represented by A? 6

15. Find the difference between 96 742 and 23 899. 16. A total number of 39 496 pupils in Negeri Sembilan sat for the UPSR examination in year 2006. If 34 788 pupils passed, how many pupils failed in the examination? 17. Find the product of 8 246 with 7. 18. If a × b = 8 500 and a × b × c = 17 000, what is the value of c? 19. Complete the mathematical equation below. 3 327 × 5 = _____ × 3

20. Diagram 1 shows the number of sweets in a jar.

320 pieces

DIAGRAM 1 Find the total number of sweets in 20 similar jars. 21. During the celebration of World Children’s Day, each primary school in Perlis received 820 cartons of milk. Calculate the number of milk cartons received by 22 primary schools in the state. 22. An express bus carries 46 passengers. The number of passengers in a train is eight times that of the express bus. Calculate the number of passengers in the train. 23. Divide 52 300 by 20. 24. 18 600 ÷ 24 = 25.

5 680 ÷ B = 946 remainder 4 Find the value of B.

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26. Kuala Lumpur Hospital distributed 82 600 bottles of cough syrup equally to 14 government clinics. How many bottles of cough syrup will be distributed to each clinic? 27. Deduct 2 936 from 10 000 and add 7 823 to the difference. What is your answer? 28. 8 512 -3 099 + 919 = 29. 4 360 + 3 406 – 2 642 = 30. Anita has 2 600 beads. Suzy has 329 beads less than Anita. How many beads do they have altogether?

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