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Topics: Prime number, Number, Divisor Pages: 5 (481 words) Published: September 27, 2013
PRESIDENCY SCHOOL, AJMER
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT – I
A.Y. 2013-14

CLASS: V TOTAL MARKS: 50
SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS TIME: 2½ hrs.

Q1. Choose the correct answer:6M

(a) The price at which a product is sold is called
(i) Cost price(ii) Selling price(iii) Profit

(b) The place value of 6 in 12687097 is
(i) 6 lakhs(ii) 6 million(iii) 60 lakhs

(c) The successor of the largest six-digit number is
(i) 10000(ii) 999999(iii) 100001

(d) Numbers having more than two factors are called
(i) odd numbers(ii) prime numbers(iii) composite numbers

(e) The number 1 is
(i) prime number(ii) composite number(iii) neither prime nor composite

(f) 7 in decimal form is written as
100
(i) 0.7(ii) 0.07(iii) 0.007

Q2. Fill in the blanks:6M

(a) To make profit Selling price is __________________ (greater/ smaller) than the Cost price.

(b) A part of a whole is called _______________ (composite/ fraction).

(c) A prime number has exactly _____________ (one/ two) factors.

(d) The smallest composite number is __________ ( 2/3/4).

(e) Fractions with numerator smaller than the denominator are called as ___________ (proper/ equivalent) fractions.

(f) In the Indian System of Numeration, the period next to the thousands is ________ (lakhs/ millions)

Q3. State True or False:6M

(a) Every odd number is divisible by 2. ________
(b) 1 is a factor of every number. ____
(c) Any number when multiplied with 0, results to 0. _____
(d) Any number when multiplied with 1, results in 1. ______
(e) Fractions with same denominator are called improper fractions. ______ (f) Only odd numbers are prime. _____

Q4. Match the following:2M
Roman Numerals
Hindu Arabic Numbers
(a) XLVIII
(i) 220
(b) CCXX
(ii) 49
(c) LXXXIII
(iii) 48
(d) XLIX
(iv) 83

Q5. Compare the following. Use symbols >, < , =2M

(a) 0.78 0.09

(b) 8 6
9 9

Q6. Fill in the boxes by ✓ or ✕ keeping the rules of divisibility in mind. 2M

Number
Divisible by

2
3
5
10
(a) 79

(b) 98

Q7. Do as directed (any 10). 10M

(a) Write the following number in word form and expanded form. 11,00,948

(b) Put the commas using the International system for the number 6077990

(c) A collector buys a painting for Rs. 3,500, but sells it for Rs. 2,750. Find the profit or loss.

(d) Reduce the following fraction to its lowest term.
32
48

(e) Reduce the answer to lowest form.
3 4
6 12

(f) Solve 0 ÷ 3/5

(g) 8/9 + 2/9 + 3/9

(h) 76.5 ÷ 100

(i) Express as decimal:
9018/10

(j) Express as fraction:
24.93

(k) Multiply
23.58 × 5

Q8. Solve the following (Do any 5). 10M

(a) Find the H.C.F. using the prime factorization method 14, 56

(b) Find the L.C.M. using the prime factorization method 30, 45

(c) 92618 ÷ 43. Also, check your answer.

(d) 4/5 + 8/9

(e) Arrange in ascending order:
9/10, 9/15, 9/21, 9/16, 9/19

(f) 312 × 0.05

Q9. Solve the following word problems. (Do any 2)6M

(a) A bank gave Rs. 8,40,33,937 as house loan, and Rs. 6,25,51,243 as car loan to Raj. What was the total amount of loan given to Raj?

(b) 3 Kg of peanuts cost Rs. 76.50. How much will 1 Kg cost?

(c) Mrs. Sharma bought 6.25 m of dress material for her older daughter, and 5.75m for the younger ones. How many meters of dress material did Mrs. Sharma buy?
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