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103 well selected Mathematic Part One questions. Practice solving with your kids and they will never fail their Primary School Exams.

Mathematics Part One

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  1. Numbers can be written in figures and in words. Write in figures: three million forty thousand. _______________________
  2. Write in figures: Seven hundred and eighty-two thousand, seven hundred and two. ____________________________________________________________________________________
  3. Write in figures: Two hundred and sixty three thousand eight hundred and six. ____________________________________________________________________________________
  4. Write 30,526 in words. ___________________________________________________________________________________
  5. Write 10,003,008 in words. ___________________________________________________________________________________
  6. Write in words 434,251 __________________________________________________________________________________
  7. Using your knowledge of multiplication, calculate 0.024 x 6 _____________
  8. Using your knowledge of decimal, divide 37.5 by 0.05. _____________
  9. The multiplication table lists out multiples of numbers. Write multiples of 6 up to 36. ______________________________________
  10. List down the factors of 36. _____________________________
  11. What are the prime factors of 36? _____________________________
  12. Square numbers have their square roots. Find the square root of 81. ____________
  13. There are 4 halves in the number 2. How many times is 2 1/2 contained in 25? ____________________
  14. Numbers can be counted or added in different bases. Add in base 5, 423 and 432. ___________________
  15. Two or more number can have common factors. Find the least or lowest common factor (L C M) of 68
    and 81. _____________
  16. What is the H C F of 72 and 96. _________________
  17. Find the H C F and L C M of 12, 24 and 36. ___________
  18. Using your knowledge of BODMAS, simplify 1 ½ – ¼ x ¾. ____________
  19. Using your knowledge of BODMAS, simplify 12 + 8 x 0. _______________
  20. There are four quarters in 1 whole. How many quarters are in 3 ½. ______________
  21. An improper fraction has its numerator bigger than the denominator. Convert 3 1/9 to an improper fraction. ________________
  22. Average refers to the middle number. Find the average of 5,0, 5, 25, 0. ______________
  23. Using your knowledge of indices what is 742 – 262? _______________
  24. Using your knowledge of indices what is 2x2x2x3x3x4 in index notation? ____________
  25. In metric system, how many kilometers are there in 2,200 meters? _______________
  26. There are different ways in writing numbers. Write five and a half million in figures. ________________________
  27. Using your knowledge of sets, what is { 12, 16, 18, 19, 36} n {18, 0, 12,13, 20} ____________________________
  28. Using your knowledge of sets, what is { 36, 5, 7} u {3, 4, 6, 8} ______________________________________
  29. A rectangle has a length and a width. Find the length of a rectangle of area 48 square meters and width 6m. ______________
  30. Find the area of a rectangle 8m by 9m. _______________
  31. Find the width of a rectangle of length 12m and area 60 square meters. ___________________
  32. The distance all round a diagram is called perimeter. Find the perimeter of a rectangle 5dm by 25dm. ______________________
  33. The perimeter of a rectangle is 100cm if the length is 30cm. find its area. _________________________
  34. A square has four equal sides. Find the area of a square of side 8cm. _____________________
  35. What is the side of a square field given that its area is 625 square cm? ___________________
  36. Perimeter is distance all round an object. Find the perimeter of a square with side 7.5dm. ___________________
  37. A complete circle measures 3600. Calculate the area of a circle whose radius is 7cm. ____________
  38. What is the area of a circle given that its diameter is 28dm?_______________
  39. Circumference is perimeter or distance all round a circle. Calculate the circumference of a circle whose radius 21m. ______________
  40. A triangle is half a rectangle. Find the area of a triangle 4m high and base 5m. ______________
  41. Find the base of a triangle with height 4cm and area 24 square cm. _______________
  42. Find the height of a triangle of base 5m and area 30m. ___________________
  43. A cube has six sides. Calculate the total surface area of a cube of side 6cm. _______________
  44. Find the volume of a cube of side 4m
  45. A quantity can be increased by a fraction of itself. Increase 8000 by ¾. _________________
  46. A quantity can be increased by a percentage. Increase 2500 by 25%. __________________
  47. A quantity can be decreased by a percentage. Decrease 1200 by 20%. __________________
  48. 5 is 50% of 10. What is 20% of 500? __________________
  49. Numbers can be shared in different ratios share 1000frs in the ratios 6 : 4. _____________________
  50. Decimal numbers can be changed to fractions. What is 0.125 as a vulgar fraction? ___________________
  51. We can convert numbers from one base to another. The number 19 written in base 5 is _______________
  52. 3/5 of my money is 6000frs. What is my total money? ____________
  53. ¼ of my money is 4000frs. What is 1/8 of my money? ____________
  54. A trader bought an article for 1500frs and sold it for 2300frs. What is his gain? _________________
  55. What is the gain% if a lady who bought a goat for 10,000frs sold it for 15,000frs? _____________
  56. A car leaves town one at 8:15 am and arrives town two at 9:30am. What time did the journey take? ____________
  57. Find the simple interest on 26,000frs for 3 years at 2 ½ %. _____________
  58. By selling a book for 5000frs a trader makes a gain of 25%. What is the cost of the book? ___________
  59. What is the odd number before 10 which is also a square number? ________
  60. Susan bought a gross of pens and gave a score of them to her brother. What is a gross minus a score? ____________
  61. What is the quotient of 6 and 4? __________
  62. What is the dividend of 16/4 ? ____________
  63. In the problem 24 x 12 which number is the multiplier? __________ and which is the multiplicand ____________
  64. If 2 x 9=18 which number is the product? _________
  65. There are short forms of multiplying different numbers. Multiply 32 by 11. ____________
  66. In weight measurement, which is heavier, a kg of corn or a kg of cotton?_______________
  67. An animal has two eyes. A farmer has 60 pigs and 20 goats. How many eyes have all the animals? _______________
  68. Using your knowledge of metric system convert 5.75m to cm. _____________
  69. Find x if 5/8 = 40/x. ______________
  70. John’s father was 37 years old when John was born, given that John is 11 years old now, when was his father born? ______________
  71. The smallest number which can be divided by 8, 10 and 12 is? ____________
  72. Subtract one from one thousand and ninety. __________
  73. We can look for fractions of different numbers. What is a tenth of (40 x 50) ________________
  74. Numbers can also be written as decimals. Write 80 as a decimal of 120. __________
  75. If a =5 and b=20; find the value of b2 – a2 . _________
  76. If a ={multiple of 5 less than 40} and b = {multiple of 3 less than 38} find A n B. ____________________
  77. Your mother harvest 20 bags of corn she sold 15 of them. What fraction was left? ________________
  78. Find the third angle if two angles of a triangle measure 1800 and 1100. _______________
  79. The digits in a number have different values. What is the difference between the value of 7 and 2 in the number 7285? ____________
  80. Numbers can be converted from one base to another. Convert 123 base 4 to base 10. _________________
  81. You have 6 twenty- five franc coins, how many oranges each costing 10frs can you buy with your money? ____________
  82. If a train travels 20km from 10:15 to 10:30am. How many kilometers per hour is it traveling? ____________
  83. Numbers can be written in Romans and Arabic numerals. Write CDXL and MCMLXXXIV in Arabic numerals. __________________________________________________________________________________
  84. Write 199 and 1786 in Roman numerals. __________________________________________________________________________________
  85. John’s father took 3 hours 45 minutes to journey to Bafia on his motorcycle. If the journey started at 11:10am when did it end? _________________
  86. Find the cost of painting the four walls of your bedroom which measures 4m by 5m by 6m at 160frs per square meter. ___________
  87. If a =2, b=7. Find (b x a) – 5 ______________
  88. What is the value of x – y if x = 503 and y = 2125 ______________
  89. A quantity can be increased by a ratio. Increase 360 in the ratio 3:4
  90. A number can be decreased by a ratio. Decrease 250 in the ratio 5:10 ___________________
  1. We can compare things by putting them in ascending or descending order. Arrange in ascending order of magnitude: 1/3, 1/2, 1/4, 1/5 ___________________________
  2. Arrange in descending order of merit: 0.15, 5.35, 0.04 _______________________________
  3. February usually has different number of days depending on each given year. How many days were there in February 1986. _____________
  4. Use your knowledge of subtraction to work out 2000 – 9. __________________
  5. Some things are usually grouped before selling. Find the cost of 24 eggs at six for 180frs. _________________
  6. Fractions are often expressed as decimal. Express 5/8 as a decimal. _____________________
  7. Using your knowledge of short forms in multiplication, what is 13.101 x 100. ________________
  8. In mathematic what is the product of 25 and 36? ________
  9. If 4km on the ground is represented by 2cm on a map. Find out how many cm on the map is 10km. ______________
  10. People are of different ages. Five years ago Awah was 12 years old. How old will Awah be in seven years to come? ________________
  11. It is good to share with others. Tom and Ann shared bananas so that Ann has 2 more than Tom. How many had Ann if there were 17 bananas? ________________

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For more lessons on Mathematics for kids go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVRAka7HmUk&list=PL_ihUsy6_PLK-rNbEuGye59EVlhjfeaVb

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