PEC 5th Class Math Solved Model Paper 2016


PUNJAB EXAMINATION COMMISSION
EXAMINATION 2016, GRADE 5
MATHEMATICS PART – A (Objective Type)
Part-A = 50 Marks, Part-B = 50 Marks, Total Marks = 100

Part-A (Multiple Choice Questions)      Time Allowed: 50 Minutes

Q. No.1.  8534 + 423 =
a) 8957    b) 8958    c) 8975    d) 8985
Q. No.2.  330077 − 13309 =
a) 343386     b) 316778     c) 316768    d) 196987
Q. No.3.  2 × ( 20 + 10 ) =
a) 20       b) 30      c) 40       d) 60
Q. No.4.  Sana distributed Rs.18000 among 10 children equally. Each child got rupees.
a) 17990     b) 18010     c) 1800    d) 1810
Q. No.5.  HCF of 4, 8 and 12 is:                    
a) 2      b) 4      c) 12      d) 24
Q. No.6.  LCM of 2, 3, 5 and 10 is: 
a) 10      b) 20      c) 30      d) 40
Q. No.7.2/5+3/8=
a)3/4 b) 5/13  c)3/20 d)31/40
Q. No.8.
Q. No.9.
Q. No.10.  1.004 + 2.401 =
a) 3.044    b) 3. 401    c) 3. 405    d) 3. 801
Q. No.11.  5.6 × 100 =
a) 506    b) 560    c) 561    d) 566
Q. No.12.  9.6 ÷ 8 =
a) 0.0012    b) 0.012    c) 0.12    d) 1.2
Q. No.13.  The correct value of 2.07634 up to 2 decimal places is:
a) 2.07     b) 2.08     c) 2.34     d) 2.75
Q. No.14.  The pair of like decimals is:                
a) 0.4 , 1.51     b) 0.6 , 0.51    c) 1.4 , 1.5    d) 1.6 , 1.42
Q. No.15.  10 hours =                 
a) 200 minutes         b) 300 minutes
c) 600 minutes         d) 900 minutes
Q. No.16.  The conversion of 12 kilometre 500 metre into metres is:
a)12500 metre           b)12050 metre   
c)1700 metre             d)1205 metre   
Q. No.17.  If the price of one ball is Rs.40 then the price of 5 such balls is:
a) Rs.8    b) Rs.35    c) Rs.45    d) Rs.200
Q. No.18.  The cost of 5 pencils is Rs.30. The cost of one pencil is:
a) Rs.6     b) Rs.25     c) Rs.30     d) Rs.35 
Q. No.19.  The angle shown in the figure is:             
a) acute         b) obtuse  
c) right         d) straight  
Q. No.20.  The given shape is called.            
a) square            b) parallelogram 
c) trapezium         d) rectangle  
Q. No.21.  The given triangle is:              
a) equilateral triangle      
b) isosceles triangle        
c) obtuse angled triangle    
d) scalene triangle          
Q. No.22.  The area of a rectangle having length 4 cm and breadth 3cm  is:
a) 7 cm2
b) 9 cm2
c) 12 cm2
d) 16 cm2
Q. No.23.  If the length of one side of a square is 6cm then its perimeter will be.
a) 6cm    b) 12 cm    c) 24 cm    d) 36 cm
Q. No.24.  The average of numbers 25, 15, 30, 10 and 20 is:
a)10      b) 15      c) 20      d) 25
Q. No.25.  The graph shows the  patients recovered from dengue fever during four
months.  In which  month the maximum number of patients recovered from
dengue fever?
a)  August   
b)  September       
c)  October     
d)  November 

Answers:
1  a
2  c
3  d
4  c
5  b
6  c
7  d
8  b
9  b
10  c
11  b
12  d
13  b
14  c
15  c
16  a
17  d
18  a
19  b
20  c
21  b
22  c
23  c
24  c
25  c

Part-B (Open Ended Questions)  Time Allowed 1 hour 40 minutes
Q. No.  26. (a) Solve 798065 × 142         (3 )

(b) Solve (18+2) × 8 ÷ 4                  (3 )

(c)  Umer has  Rs.3540. He distributed  these rupees among his 6 friends
equally. How many rupees did each friend receive?(4 )

Q. No. 27. (a) Convert 18/1/2into decimal fraction.  (3 )
(b) Simplify   2.5* (6. 37- 3 .12)                              (3 )

(c) A bus covers 21/1/4kilometre distance in one hour. How much distance will it cover in 2/2/5 hours?   4

Q. No. 28. (a) Find value of x if  x : 3 :: 44 : 12                     2

(b) The price of 5 fans is Rs.5500. What will be the price of 12 such fans?(3 )

(c) Find HCF of 44, 66 and 99 by prime factorization.(5 )


Q. No. 29(a) Write down the types of given triangles with respect to their
angles.2

(b) Construct a triangle ABC

(c) Find the perimeter of a square field whose one side is of length 12 metre.
(3 )

Q. No.  30.  (a)  One day the temperature of Murree was 15°C. What was the
temperature in degree Fahrenheit that day?

(b) The  given  graph shows  expenditures of  4 workers,  on Sunday.  Find the
total expenditures of Imran, Faisal and Rashid.

(c) Find the average expenditure per worker.

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