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SECTION A 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:-                   
(i) The Roman numeral symbol, __________ is never subtracted. 
(ii) There are _________ odd prime numbers less than 15. 
(iii) Two intersecting lines are __________ if the angle between them is a right 
 angle. 
(iv) Smallest composite number is _________. 
(v) A number is divisible by 6 if it is divisible by _________ and _________ both. 
(vi) 1 lakh = _________ thousand. 
(vii) _________ is a whole number which occurs just before 909100. 
(viii) The whole number _________ has no predecessor. 
     SECTION B       
Q.2. Make the greatest and smallest 5 digit number using digits 3, 7, 0, 5. (Use any one 
digit twice) 
Q.3. (i) Which is the largest negative integer? 
(ii)What is the additive inverse of – 5? 
Q.4. Correct the following statement by replacing a word or a number? 
(i) There are 21 whole numbers between 32 and 53. 
(ii) 2 is neither prime nor composite numbers.   
Q.5. Evaluate using the suitable rearrangement of whole numbers: 250 × 1102 ×4 
Q.6. State true or false. 
(i) The predecessor of two digit number is never a single digit number. 
(ii) The natural numbers along with zero form the collection of whole numbers. 
Q.7. Write the four negative integers less than –2. 
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SECTION A 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:-                   
(i) The Roman numeral symbol, __________ is never subtracted. 
(ii) There are _________ odd prime numbers less than 15. 
(iii) Two intersecting lines are __________ if the angle between them is a right 
 angle. 
(iv) Smallest composite number is _________. 
(v) A number is divisible by 6 if it is divisible by _________ and _________ both. 
(vi) 1 lakh = _________ thousand. 
(vii) _________ is a whole number which occurs just before 909100. 
(viii) The whole number _________ has no predecessor. 
     SECTION B       
Q.2. Make the greatest and smallest 5 digit number using digits 3, 7, 0, 5. (Use any one 
digit twice) 
Q.3. (i) Which is the largest negative integer? 
(ii)What is the additive inverse of – 5? 
Q.4. Correct the following statement by replacing a word or a number? 
(i) There are 21 whole numbers between 32 and 53. 
(ii) 2 is neither prime nor composite numbers.   
Q.5. Evaluate using the suitable rearrangement of whole numbers: 250 × 1102 ×4 
Q.6. State true or false. 
(i) The predecessor of two digit number is never a single digit number. 
(ii) The natural numbers along with zero form the collection of whole numbers. 
Q.7. Write the four negative integers less than –2. 
                                       
                                                        
  
Q.8. Draw a neat diagram of the following : 
(i) A closed curve that is not a polygon. 
(ii) An open curve made up of only line segments. 
Q.9. Name the type of triangles: 
(i) ? FIT with m ?F= 80º, m ?I= 40º and m ?T= 60º.  
(ii) ? DAY with DA = 4.6 cm, AY = 3 cm and DY = 3.8 cm.  
 
Q.10. The bar graph shows the number of toys produced by a factory during a certain 
week: 
 
 
       1 unit length = 25 toys 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Observe the given bar graph and answer the following questions: 
(i) On which day maximum number of toys are produced? 
(ii) How many total number of toys were produced by a factory on Monday and 
 Thursday? 
 
Q.11. Estimate each of the following to the nearest 100 and then find the estimated sum of 
8792 and 5814. 
 
 
 
 
    SECTION C         
Q.12 In a state, number of bicycles sold in the year 2009 was 7, 43, 214. In the year 2007 
 the number of bicycles sold was 8, 00, 112. In which year were more bicycles sold? 
 And how many more? 
 
     
 
                     Days   
 
250 – 
225 – 
200 – 
175 – 
150 – 
125 – 
100 – 
  75 – 
  50 – 
  25 – 
   0 – x 
y 
175 
225 
125 
150 
125 125 
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SECTION A 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:-                   
(i) The Roman numeral symbol, __________ is never subtracted. 
(ii) There are _________ odd prime numbers less than 15. 
(iii) Two intersecting lines are __________ if the angle between them is a right 
 angle. 
(iv) Smallest composite number is _________. 
(v) A number is divisible by 6 if it is divisible by _________ and _________ both. 
(vi) 1 lakh = _________ thousand. 
(vii) _________ is a whole number which occurs just before 909100. 
(viii) The whole number _________ has no predecessor. 
     SECTION B       
Q.2. Make the greatest and smallest 5 digit number using digits 3, 7, 0, 5. (Use any one 
digit twice) 
Q.3. (i) Which is the largest negative integer? 
(ii)What is the additive inverse of – 5? 
Q.4. Correct the following statement by replacing a word or a number? 
(i) There are 21 whole numbers between 32 and 53. 
(ii) 2 is neither prime nor composite numbers.   
Q.5. Evaluate using the suitable rearrangement of whole numbers: 250 × 1102 ×4 
Q.6. State true or false. 
(i) The predecessor of two digit number is never a single digit number. 
(ii) The natural numbers along with zero form the collection of whole numbers. 
Q.7. Write the four negative integers less than –2. 
                                       
                                                        
  
Q.8. Draw a neat diagram of the following : 
(i) A closed curve that is not a polygon. 
(ii) An open curve made up of only line segments. 
Q.9. Name the type of triangles: 
(i) ? FIT with m ?F= 80º, m ?I= 40º and m ?T= 60º.  
(ii) ? DAY with DA = 4.6 cm, AY = 3 cm and DY = 3.8 cm.  
 
Q.10. The bar graph shows the number of toys produced by a factory during a certain 
week: 
 
 
       1 unit length = 25 toys 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Observe the given bar graph and answer the following questions: 
(i) On which day maximum number of toys are produced? 
(ii) How many total number of toys were produced by a factory on Monday and 
 Thursday? 
 
Q.11. Estimate each of the following to the nearest 100 and then find the estimated sum of 
8792 and 5814. 
 
 
 
 
    SECTION C         
Q.12 In a state, number of bicycles sold in the year 2009 was 7, 43, 214. In the year 2007 
 the number of bicycles sold was 8, 00, 112. In which year were more bicycles sold? 
 And how many more? 
 
     
 
                     Days   
 
250 – 
225 – 
200 – 
175 – 
150 – 
125 – 
100 – 
  75 – 
  50 – 
  25 – 
   0 – x 
y 
175 
225 
125 
150 
125 125 
                                       
                                                        
  
Q.13 Draw a circle and mark a sector and a diameter using proper labels. 
Q.14 Write the measure of an acute, an obtuse angle and a straight angle.  
          (Figures not required) 
Q.15 Find the least number which when divided by 6, 15 and 18 leaves remainder 5 in 
 each  case. 
 
Q.16 Do as directed:- 
(i) Represent the following statement as an integer with appropriate sign. 
  “A withdrawal of rupees 900” 
(ii) Write the successor and the predecessor of  –7? 
(iii) Find   23+ (– 53) 
Q.17 The Pictograph shows the number of people who like different kinds of juices,  
 where 1 ? = 10 person. 
Juices Number of people 
Orange  ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 
Grape  ? ? ? 
Apple  ? ? ? ? ? ? 
Mixed fruit  ? ? ? ? 
Study the given pictograph and answer the following questions: 
(a) Which juice is liked by maximum number of people? 
(b) How many people like apple juice? 
(c) Which juice is liked by 40 people? 
Q.18 In a given quadrilateral JUMP name the following: 
(a) A pair of opposite sides. 
(b) A pair of adjacent angles. 
(c) A pair of opposite vertices.  
Q.19 Answer the following questions: 
(i)  Find the number of right angles turned through by the hour hand of a clock  
  when it goes from 5 to 11? 
J 
U
J 
P 
M 
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SECTION A 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:-                   
(i) The Roman numeral symbol, __________ is never subtracted. 
(ii) There are _________ odd prime numbers less than 15. 
(iii) Two intersecting lines are __________ if the angle between them is a right 
 angle. 
(iv) Smallest composite number is _________. 
(v) A number is divisible by 6 if it is divisible by _________ and _________ both. 
(vi) 1 lakh = _________ thousand. 
(vii) _________ is a whole number which occurs just before 909100. 
(viii) The whole number _________ has no predecessor. 
     SECTION B       
Q.2. Make the greatest and smallest 5 digit number using digits 3, 7, 0, 5. (Use any one 
digit twice) 
Q.3. (i) Which is the largest negative integer? 
(ii)What is the additive inverse of – 5? 
Q.4. Correct the following statement by replacing a word or a number? 
(i) There are 21 whole numbers between 32 and 53. 
(ii) 2 is neither prime nor composite numbers.   
Q.5. Evaluate using the suitable rearrangement of whole numbers: 250 × 1102 ×4 
Q.6. State true or false. 
(i) The predecessor of two digit number is never a single digit number. 
(ii) The natural numbers along with zero form the collection of whole numbers. 
Q.7. Write the four negative integers less than –2. 
                                       
                                                        
  
Q.8. Draw a neat diagram of the following : 
(i) A closed curve that is not a polygon. 
(ii) An open curve made up of only line segments. 
Q.9. Name the type of triangles: 
(i) ? FIT with m ?F= 80º, m ?I= 40º and m ?T= 60º.  
(ii) ? DAY with DA = 4.6 cm, AY = 3 cm and DY = 3.8 cm.  
 
Q.10. The bar graph shows the number of toys produced by a factory during a certain 
week: 
 
 
       1 unit length = 25 toys 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Observe the given bar graph and answer the following questions: 
(i) On which day maximum number of toys are produced? 
(ii) How many total number of toys were produced by a factory on Monday and 
 Thursday? 
 
Q.11. Estimate each of the following to the nearest 100 and then find the estimated sum of 
8792 and 5814. 
 
 
 
 
    SECTION C         
Q.12 In a state, number of bicycles sold in the year 2009 was 7, 43, 214. In the year 2007 
 the number of bicycles sold was 8, 00, 112. In which year were more bicycles sold? 
 And how many more? 
 
     
 
                     Days   
 
250 – 
225 – 
200 – 
175 – 
150 – 
125 – 
100 – 
  75 – 
  50 – 
  25 – 
   0 – x 
y 
175 
225 
125 
150 
125 125 
                                       
                                                        
  
Q.13 Draw a circle and mark a sector and a diameter using proper labels. 
Q.14 Write the measure of an acute, an obtuse angle and a straight angle.  
          (Figures not required) 
Q.15 Find the least number which when divided by 6, 15 and 18 leaves remainder 5 in 
 each  case. 
 
Q.16 Do as directed:- 
(i) Represent the following statement as an integer with appropriate sign. 
  “A withdrawal of rupees 900” 
(ii) Write the successor and the predecessor of  –7? 
(iii) Find   23+ (– 53) 
Q.17 The Pictograph shows the number of people who like different kinds of juices,  
 where 1 ? = 10 person. 
Juices Number of people 
Orange  ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 
Grape  ? ? ? 
Apple  ? ? ? ? ? ? 
Mixed fruit  ? ? ? ? 
Study the given pictograph and answer the following questions: 
(a) Which juice is liked by maximum number of people? 
(b) How many people like apple juice? 
(c) Which juice is liked by 40 people? 
Q.18 In a given quadrilateral JUMP name the following: 
(a) A pair of opposite sides. 
(b) A pair of adjacent angles. 
(c) A pair of opposite vertices.  
Q.19 Answer the following questions: 
(i)  Find the number of right angles turned through by the hour hand of a clock  
  when it goes from 5 to 11? 
J 
U
J 
P 
M 
                                       
                                                         
  
(ii) What direction will you face if you start, facing east and make ¾ of a revolution     
       anti clockwise? 
(iii) What fraction of a clockwise revolution does the hour hand of a clock turn 
 through when it goes from 1 to 10? 
 
Q.20 (i)  Write 4125687 using international system of numeration. 
(ii) Write the numeral for  Two lakh fifty three thousand eight hundred sixty one. 
(iii)Write the expanded form of 3275892. 
 
SECTION D 
Q.21 The length, breadth and height of a room are 1050 cm, 750 cm and 425 cm 
 respectively. Find the length of the longest tape which can measure the three 
 dimensions of room exactly. 
 
Q.22 (i) Find the sum of 49 + (–154) + (–27). 
(ii)Use number line and add the following: (–5) + 7 + (–4) 
Q.23 Study the given figure carefully and answer the following questions: 
(a) Name any one triangle. 
(b) Name any two points which lie in exterior of circle. 
(c) Name a chord of the circle. 
(d) Name the lines intersecting at O. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Q.24 Find the value of given expression using suitable property. (Name the property 
 used) 
(a) 394 × 17 + 394 × 3 
(b) 1962 + 453 + 1538 + 647 (Use suitable rearrangement) 
 
P 
M 
Q 
O 
R 
S 
U 
T 
X Y 
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SECTION A 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:-                   
(i) The Roman numeral symbol, __________ is never subtracted. 
(ii) There are _________ odd prime numbers less than 15. 
(iii) Two intersecting lines are __________ if the angle between them is a right 
 angle. 
(iv) Smallest composite number is _________. 
(v) A number is divisible by 6 if it is divisible by _________ and _________ both. 
(vi) 1 lakh = _________ thousand. 
(vii) _________ is a whole number which occurs just before 909100. 
(viii) The whole number _________ has no predecessor. 
     SECTION B       
Q.2. Make the greatest and smallest 5 digit number using digits 3, 7, 0, 5. (Use any one 
digit twice) 
Q.3. (i) Which is the largest negative integer? 
(ii)What is the additive inverse of – 5? 
Q.4. Correct the following statement by replacing a word or a number? 
(i) There are 21 whole numbers between 32 and 53. 
(ii) 2 is neither prime nor composite numbers.   
Q.5. Evaluate using the suitable rearrangement of whole numbers: 250 × 1102 ×4 
Q.6. State true or false. 
(i) The predecessor of two digit number is never a single digit number. 
(ii) The natural numbers along with zero form the collection of whole numbers. 
Q.7. Write the four negative integers less than –2. 
                                       
                                                        
  
Q.8. Draw a neat diagram of the following : 
(i) A closed curve that is not a polygon. 
(ii) An open curve made up of only line segments. 
Q.9. Name the type of triangles: 
(i) ? FIT with m ?F= 80º, m ?I= 40º and m ?T= 60º.  
(ii) ? DAY with DA = 4.6 cm, AY = 3 cm and DY = 3.8 cm.  
 
Q.10. The bar graph shows the number of toys produced by a factory during a certain 
week: 
 
 
       1 unit length = 25 toys 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Observe the given bar graph and answer the following questions: 
(i) On which day maximum number of toys are produced? 
(ii) How many total number of toys were produced by a factory on Monday and 
 Thursday? 
 
Q.11. Estimate each of the following to the nearest 100 and then find the estimated sum of 
8792 and 5814. 
 
 
 
 
    SECTION C         
Q.12 In a state, number of bicycles sold in the year 2009 was 7, 43, 214. In the year 2007 
 the number of bicycles sold was 8, 00, 112. In which year were more bicycles sold? 
 And how many more? 
 
     
 
                     Days   
 
250 – 
225 – 
200 – 
175 – 
150 – 
125 – 
100 – 
  75 – 
  50 – 
  25 – 
   0 – x 
y 
175 
225 
125 
150 
125 125 
                                       
                                                        
  
Q.13 Draw a circle and mark a sector and a diameter using proper labels. 
Q.14 Write the measure of an acute, an obtuse angle and a straight angle.  
          (Figures not required) 
Q.15 Find the least number which when divided by 6, 15 and 18 leaves remainder 5 in 
 each  case. 
 
Q.16 Do as directed:- 
(i) Represent the following statement as an integer with appropriate sign. 
  “A withdrawal of rupees 900” 
(ii) Write the successor and the predecessor of  –7? 
(iii) Find   23+ (– 53) 
Q.17 The Pictograph shows the number of people who like different kinds of juices,  
 where 1 ? = 10 person. 
Juices Number of people 
Orange  ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 
Grape  ? ? ? 
Apple  ? ? ? ? ? ? 
Mixed fruit  ? ? ? ? 
Study the given pictograph and answer the following questions: 
(a) Which juice is liked by maximum number of people? 
(b) How many people like apple juice? 
(c) Which juice is liked by 40 people? 
Q.18 In a given quadrilateral JUMP name the following: 
(a) A pair of opposite sides. 
(b) A pair of adjacent angles. 
(c) A pair of opposite vertices.  
Q.19 Answer the following questions: 
(i)  Find the number of right angles turned through by the hour hand of a clock  
  when it goes from 5 to 11? 
J 
U
J 
P 
M 
                                       
                                                         
  
(ii) What direction will you face if you start, facing east and make ¾ of a revolution     
       anti clockwise? 
(iii) What fraction of a clockwise revolution does the hour hand of a clock turn 
 through when it goes from 1 to 10? 
 
Q.20 (i)  Write 4125687 using international system of numeration. 
(ii) Write the numeral for  Two lakh fifty three thousand eight hundred sixty one. 
(iii)Write the expanded form of 3275892. 
 
SECTION D 
Q.21 The length, breadth and height of a room are 1050 cm, 750 cm and 425 cm 
 respectively. Find the length of the longest tape which can measure the three 
 dimensions of room exactly. 
 
Q.22 (i) Find the sum of 49 + (–154) + (–27). 
(ii)Use number line and add the following: (–5) + 7 + (–4) 
Q.23 Study the given figure carefully and answer the following questions: 
(a) Name any one triangle. 
(b) Name any two points which lie in exterior of circle. 
(c) Name a chord of the circle. 
(d) Name the lines intersecting at O. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Q.24 Find the value of given expression using suitable property. (Name the property 
 used) 
(a) 394 × 17 + 394 × 3 
(b) 1962 + 453 + 1538 + 647 (Use suitable rearrangement) 
 
P 
M 
Q 
O 
R 
S 
U 
T 
X Y 
                                       
                                                        
  
Q.25 The number of pencil boxes sold in a stationery shop on six consecutive days are as 
 follows: 
 
 
Days   Monday Tuesday  Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 
Number of pencil 
boxes sold     
20 65 35 40 30 70 
  
 
 Draw a bar graph to represent the above information choosing an appropriate scale. 
 
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