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MODULE: WHOLE NUMBERS

Submodule: Numbers up to 10 000 (Place Value and Ordering)

Instructions: Write the following numbers in words. (3 marks)

8746

6112

Instructions: Fill in the blanks with the correct answer. (2 marks)

(a) In 5617, the digit 6 has a value of ___________

(b) In 8697, the digit 8 is in the ____________ place.

Instructions: Arrange the numbers in order, beginning with the greatest. (1 marks)

8467 , 8764 , 8674 , 7896

Submodule: Numbers up to 10 000 (Addition and Subtraction)

Instructions: Look at the equations and write the answers in the blanks.

(a) 3965 + 2568 =__________

(b) 7849 + 999 =__________

Subtraction: (2 marks)

(a) 2849 – 1659 =__________

(b) 7245 – 2856 = __________

Instructions: Answer the statements by filling in the blanks below. (2 marks)

(a) The sum of 5823 and 1973 is ______________.

(b) The difference between 8457 and 6703 is _____________

Submodule: Numbers up to 10 000 (Addition and Subtraction)

Word Problem 1 (2 marks)

Yoda made 323 curry puffs. He sold 222 curry puffs and gave some curry puffs away. He found that he had 5 curry puffs left. How many curry puffs did he give away?

Word Problem 2 (2 marks)

Mali bought 100 apples. She kept 22 apples, gave some apples away and sold the remaining 49 apples. How many apples did she give away?

Submodule: Numbers up to 10 000 (Multiplication and Division)

Instructions: Look at the equations and write the answers in the blanks.

Multiplication: (2 marks)

(a) 156 X 4 =__________

(b) 260 X 5 =__________

Division: Write the quotient and remainder, if any. (2 marks)

(c) 684 ÷ 9 =__________

(d) 179 ÷ 2 =__________

Instructions: Answer the statements by filling in the blanks below. (2 marks)

a) The product of 777 and 7 is ______________.

(b) The product of two numbers is 775. One of the numbers is 5. The other number is ____________.

Submodule: Numbers up to 10 000 (Multiplication and Division)

Word Problem 1 (2 marks)

In a carpark, there are 24 rows of parking spaces. There are 8 parking spaces in each row. 9 rows are completely filled with cars, while the remaining rows are half-filled. How many cars are parked there?

Word Problem 2 (2 marks)

24 pupils are divided equally into 3 groups. Each pupil is able to have a seat. In each group, there are 2 empty chairs. How many chairs are there altogether?

MODULE: FRACTIONS

Submodule: Fractions

Instructions: Look at the equations and write the answers in the blanks.

Fill in the blanks to show equivalent fractions: (2 marks)

(a) 59 = ?⁄2 = 45?

(b) 35 = 12?  = ?35

Fill in each blank with the correct answer. (2 marks)

(a) 45 – 310 =

(b) 23 – 12 =

Submodule: Fractions

Word Problem 1 (2 marks)

Ravi had 100 postcards. He gave 310 of them to his friends. He then gave 57 of the remainder to his brother. How many postcards did he have left?

Word Problem 2 (2 marks)

Martha had 480 marbles. Reynolds had 23 as many marbles as Martha. Rayner had 12 as many marbles as Reynolds. How many marbles did they have altogether?

MODULE: MEASUREMENT

Submodule: Money

Instructions: Look at the equations and write the answers in the blanks.

Convert the following amounts to dollars. (2 marks)

(a) 4085 ₵ =__________

(b) 6260 ₵ =__________

Convert the following amounts to cents. (2 marks)

(a) \$8.55 =__________

(b) \$22.65 =__________

Work out the following sums. (4 marks)

(a) \$35.90 + \$44.45 =__________

(b) \$55.45 + \$89.65 =__________

(c) \$33.30 – \$22.50 =__________

(d) \$77.70 – \$22.80 =__________

Submodule: Money

Word Problem 1 (2 marks)

Sharon needs \$29.90 to buy a bag. She has five 5₵ coins, seven 20₵ coins, nine 50₵ coins, six \$1 coins and nine \$2 notes. How much will she have left after paying for the bag?

Word Problem 2 (2 marks)

Tintin has \$2.25. His money consists of 20₵ and 5₵ coins only. If there are nine 20₵ coins, how many 5₵ coins does he have?

MODULE: MEASUREMENT

Submodule: Length, Mass and Volume

Instructions: Look at the equations and write the answers in the blanks.

Convert the following lengths according to the units shown. (4 marks)

(a) 5 m 70 cm =________cm

(b) 202 cm =________m

(c) 5311 cm =_________m

(d) 1230 m =________km

Convert the following mass according to the units shown. (4 marks)

(a) 1 kg =_________g

(c) 3683 g =_____kg _____ g

(d) 465 g X 5 =_____kg _____ g

Convert the following volume according to the units shown. (4 marks)

(a) 1 ℓ =_________ml

(b) 9 ℓ 482 ml =_________ml

(c) 8462 ml =_____ℓ _____ ml

(d) 742 ml X 8 =_____ℓ _____ ml

Submodule: Length, Mass and Volume

Word Problem 1 (2 marks)

1 papaya and 1 watermelon have a total mass of 4700 g. 1 papaya and 1 wintermelon have a total mass of 4 kg 500 g. The total mass of 1 papaya, 1 watermelon and 1 wintermelon is 7444 g. What is the mass of the papaya in kilograms and grams?

Word Problem 2 (2 marks)

Car A travels from town X to town Y and car B travels from town Y to town X. When car A meets car B, car A has travelled 300 km more than car B. If town X and town Y is 2500 km apart, what is the distance travelled by car A?

Instructions: Convert the following duration according to the units shown.

(6 marks)

(a) 1 h =________min

(b) 1 h 50 min =________min

(c) 3 h 57 min =________min

(d) 299 min =____h ____min

(e) 3 h 17 min + 2 h 56 min = _________h _________min

(f) 6 h 37 min – 4 h 49 min = _________h _________min

Instructions: Fill in the blanks to answer the question. (2 marks)

(a) 4 h 25 min after 9.45 p.m. is _______________

(b) 7.49 p.m. is _________h _________min before 3.09 a.m.

Submodule: Time Word Problem 1 (2 marks)

Randy and Orton planned to meet at a shopping mall. Randy left his house at 1.30 p.m. and took 1 h 5 min to reach the shopping mall. Orton left his house 15 min later than Randy and took 45 min to reach the shopping mall.

(a) Who reached the shopping mall at a later time?

Randy and Orton planned to meet at a shopping mall. Randy left his house at 1.30 p.m. and took 1 h 5 min to reach the shopping mall. Orton left his house 15 min later than Randy and took 45 min to reach the shopping mall.

(b) How much later was he?

Word Problem 2 (2 marks)

Maria started reading a storybook at 7.20 p.m. She spent 3 min on each page. How many pages did she finish reading at 7.47 p.m.?

Submodule: Area and Perimeter Word Problem 1 (2 marks)

The perimeter of a rectangular swimming pool in Erika’s condominium is 60m. The breadth of the pool is 10 m. What is the distance covered by Erika if she swims 3 times along the length of the pool?

Word Problem 2 (2 marks)

A square is cut from a rectangular piece of paper measuring 20 cm by 10 cm. An area of 119 cm² of the paper is left. What is the perimeter of the square?

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