NCERT Solutions Class 5 Mathematics Chapter 1 The Fish Tale

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NCERT Solutions Class 5 Mathematics Chapter 1 The Fish Tale. NCERT book in class 5 is strongly recommened by teachers and the CBSE and NCERT boards. Please download the NCERT solutions for class 5 Maths made by teachers of the best schools in India. These solutions are carefully compiled to give detailed understanding of the concepts and also steps of solutions. The NCERT solutions are free to download in pdf format. Please refer to the download link below to download the pdf file and also refer to other chapters and subjects to get the solutions to NCERT book questions and exercises.

(1) At what price per kg did Fazila sell the kingfish?

Sol (1) Price of 8kg kingfish=Rs.1200 Price of 1kg kingfish=Rs. (1200/8) = Rs. 150

(2) Floramma has sold 10kg prawns today. How much money did she get for that?

Sol. (2) Price of 1kg prawns= Rs. 150 Price of 10kg prawns=Rs. (10 150) =Rs. 1500

(3) Gracy sold 6 kg sword fish. Mini has earned as much money as Gracy. How many kg of sardines did Mini sell?

Sol. (3) Cost of 1 kg swordfish= Rs. 60

Gracy earned on selling 6 kg swordfish=Rs. (6 60) = Rs. 360

Earning of mini = Rs. 360 Cost of Sadines=Rs. 40 per kg

Quantity of sardines sold for Rs. 360= (360/40) kg= 9kg

(4) Basher has Rs.100. He spends one-fourth of the money on squid and another three-fourth on prawns.

(a) How many kilograms of squid did he buy?

(b) How many kilograms of prawns did he buy?

Sol. We have, One-fourth of Rs.100 =Rs. (100/4) =Rs.25

Three-fourth of Rs.100= Rs. (100/4) 3 = Rs. (25 3) = Rs.75

(a) Cost of Squid= Rs. 50 per kg.  

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