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### All Chapters MCQ Questions Class 5 Mathematics with Answers

**1) How many times would the digit, 2, be written if you wrote down all the whole numbers from 1 to 100 ?**

**2) The product of the place values of 6 in 438269160, divided by 1000 is**

**3) 625 ÷ ____ = 25**

**4) ________ tens make a crore.**

**5) (10,000 ÷ 50) X 5 = ______**

**6) Numeral for Eighty crore eighty lakh eighty one is**

**7) 3,00,000 ÷ ________ = 300**

**8) The difference between the predecessor and the successor of one million is _____**

**9) What should be subtracted from the greatest 7 digit number to get 65,43,210 ?**

**10) 10,00,00,000 – 100 = ___________**

**11) (321 X 9) - ______ = 2,888**

**12) 111 X 111 = _________**

**13) To get a quotient of 700 and a remainder 48 what number should be divided by 100?**

**14) The largest 9 digit number ending with 7 is**

**15) 25 lakhs + 6 thousands + 4 tens = _________**

**16) The successor of 93,99,999 is _______________**

**17) 87,88,989 87,78,979 __________ 87,58, 959 The missing number in the above pattern is**

**18) The digit immediate to the right of ten lakhs shows _______ place.**

**19) The predecessor of 1 crore is __________________**

**20) __________ X 1,000 = 9,98,20,000**

a) 9,98,200 b) 9,982 c) 99,820 d) 99,82,000

**21) 1 X 2 X 3 X 4 X 5 X 6 = __________**

**22) 7,30,485 + 2,69,514 = ____________**

a) 9,99,99, 999 b) 99,999 c) 10,00,009 d) 9,99,999

**23) (33 X 3) + (3 ÷ 3) = __________**

**24) The product of two numbers is 10,800. If one number is 90 what is the other number?**

a) 10,890 b) 10,710 c) 9,72,000 d) 120

**25) 1,00,00,000 – 10,00,000 = __________**

a) 90,00,000 b) 9,00,000 c) 9,00,00,000 d) 90,000

**26) In which of the following, the numbers are arranged in ascending order?**

a) 57071 50371 53071 57301

b) 50371 53071 57071 57301

c) 57301 53071 57071 50371

d) 50371 53071 57301 57071

**27) Numbers which are divisible by both 3 and 4 in the following are:**

a) 1312 and 2612 b) 4449 and 8804 c) 9924 and 1536 d) 2700 and 3700

**27) Which is the odd one in the following?**

**28) The two prime factors of 65 are ____ and _____**

a) 1 and 65 b) 5 and 13 c) 60 and 5 d) 15 and 15

**29) The 12th multiple of 16 is ________**

**30) The least multiple which is common for both 15 and 25 is ______**

a) 75 b) 25 c) 50 d) 15

**31) If we divide the sum of 45 and 90 by their difference, the answer is**

a) neither prime nor composite b) the least prime number

c) the least odd prime number d) the least composite number

**32) I am a number between 660 and 665. I am divisible by 3 but not by 6. What number am I ?**

a) 661 b) 662 c) 663 d) 664

**33) I am a prime number. If you subtract 1 from me, I will become divisible by 9. Who am I ?**

a) 29 b) 19 c) 17 d) 11

**34) The three numbers whose LCM is 75 are _______, _______ and _______.**

a) 5, 15, 25 b) 5, 10, 15 c) 3, 5, 15 d) 3, 50, 25

**35) The three prime numbers between 10 and 40 are ______, ______ and ______**

a) 17, 27, 37 b) 11, 21, 31 c) 13, 23, 33 d) 13, 29, 37

**36) LCM of 3, 8 and 9 is**

**37) The largest prime number between 1 and 100 is**

**38) 672 is divisible by**

**39) The composite number which comes just after 60 is**

**40) There are ______ prime numbers between 40 and 70**

**41) A factor of 91 is**

**42) Which among the following are co prime numbers?**

**43) 48949 is divisible by**

**44) Fill in the missing multiple. 90, 105, ______, 135, 150**

**45) HCF of 90, 96 and 10 is**

**46) LCM of 7, 14, 17 is**

**47) LCM of 8 and 10 is**

**48) HCF of 16 and 73 is**

**49) Factors of 93 are**

**50) Co prime numbers are numbers whose common factor is**

**51) Which among the following are twin primes?**

**75) All fractions that have same value are called ______________ fractions.**

**83) The like decimal fraction for 5.05, 5.5 is**

**84) The equivalent decimal fraction for 8.0411 is**

**85) 7.02, 77.02, 6.65 are called as**

**90) I am a decimal number and I am 0.5 less than 1, then I am _______ .**

a) 1.5 b) 0.1 c) 0.15 d) 0.5

**91) _________ ÷ 1000 = 7.531**

a) 7531 b) 75.31 c) 753.1 d) 0.7531

**92) Seema had Rs.5 and spent Rs. 2.50 for a pencil. How much money was left with her?**

a) Rs. 2.25 b) Rs. 3.50 c) Rs.2.50 d) Rs.7.50

**93) 0.7 X 3 = ________**

a) 20/10 b) 0.21 c) 7.3 d) 21

**94) Ravi covered a distance of 1000 metres in 10 minutes. How much did he cover in 1 minute?**

a) 1 km b) 100 m c) 10 km d) 1 m

**95) 79.9 X (100.1X 0) = ______**

a) 79.900 b) 799.100 c) 0 d) 79.910

**96) 65.01 = 65.01 ÷ _______**

a) 100 b) 1 c) 10 d) 100

**97) 8.01 X _______ = 80100**

a) 10000 b) 100 c) 1000 d) 10

**98) The product of 7.6 X 0.2 is**

a) 152 b) 0. 152 c) 15.2 d) 1.52

**99) 25.7 ÷ 100 = ______**

a) 0.257 b) 2.57 c) 2570 d) 257

**100) 1.10 + 2.10 +3.10 = ______**

a) 6.10 b) 6.20 c) 6.30 d) 630

**101) The word cent means**

a) percent b) hundred c) fraction d) decimal

**103) Anju scored 39 marks out of 60 in Maths test. What % is this?**

a) 75 % b) 35 % c) 60 % d) 65 %

**104) What is the number whose 60 % is 90?**

a) 450 b) 150 c) 100 d) 300

**104) What is the number whose 60 % is 90?**

a) 450 b) 150 c) 100 d) 300

**105) What % of 75 minutes is 15 minutes?**

a) 25 % b) 15 % c) 10 % d) 20 %

**106) Ramesh scored 75 % in English Test. The marks were out of 40. How many marks did he score?**

a) 30 b) 15 c) 35 d) 60

**107) To change percentage into decimal, ________ by 100.**

a) multiply b) divide c) add d) subtract

**108) 8 % = ______**

a) 0.8 b) 0.08 c) 0.008 d) 8.00

**109) 2 ml = ________ % of a litre**

a) 0.25 b) 20 c) 2.0 d) 0.2

**110) 0.9 = ______**

a) 9 % b) 90 % c) 900 % d) 9000 %

**111) 25 % = _______**

a)25/1000

b)25/10

c)25/100

d)2.5/100

**112) 27.5 % kg is ______g**

a) 27.5 g b) 275 g c) 2.75 g d) 0.275 g

**113) In a class of 60 students, 55 % are girls. How many students are boys?**

a) 27 b) 33 c) 45 d) 55

**114) What % is 7.5 of 30?**

a) 25 % b) 20 % c) 75 % d) 50 %

**115) To convert fraction into percentage, multiply by**

a) 10 b) 1000 c)100 d) 50

**119) 6 hundredths = _____ %**

a) 6 b) 60 c) 0.6 d) 600

**120) 25 % of 30 kg is = ______**

a) 7 kg b) 8.5 kg c) 6.5 kg d) 7.5 kg

**121) Which of the following is equivalent to 0.7 ?**

a) 700 % b) 7 % c) 70 % d) 0.7 %

**122) 63 paise as a percentage of a rupee = ____**

a) 63 % b) 6.3% c) 0.63 % d) 6.03 %

**123) The fraction in lowest term for 40 % = ____**

a)3/5

b)4/5

c)1/5

d)2/5

**124) What is the amount whose 25 % is Rs.75 ?**

a) Rs.240 b) Rs. 18.75 c) Rs. 450 d) Rs.300

**125) 30% of 300 = ____**

a) 100 b) 90 c) 900 d) 10

**126) Gain percentage = _______**

**127) CP = Rs.145, Profit = Rs.15. Therefore SP is ________**

a) Rs.106 b) Rs.120 c) Rs.160 d) Rs.150

**128) CP = Rs.144, SP = Rs.168. Therefore profit is ________**

a) Rs.14 b) Rs.24 c) Rs.42 d) Rs.312

**129) If SP > CP then Profit =**

a) SP – CP b) CP – SP c) CP + SP d)SP/CP

**130) CP = Rs.69, SP = Rs.35, Overhead charges = Rs.10. Then the loss is _____**

a) Rs.13 b) Rs.23 c) Rs.44 d) Rs.34

**131) Overhead charges are added to_______**

a) SP b) CP c) Profit d) Loss

**132) A book is bought for Rs.20 and sold for Rs.16. The loss percentage is ______**

a) 15 % b) 40 % c) 25 % d) 20 %

**133) Profit = _______**

a) CP – SP b) SP – CP c) SP + CP d) None of these

**134) If the SP is less than the CP, there is ______**

a) A profit b) No profit, No loss c) A gain d) A loss

**135) Rohit bought an old bicycle for Rs.450 and spent Rs.85 on its repairing. He sold it for Rs.455.**

Find the gain or loss. a) Profit = Rs.80 b) Loss = Rs.5 c) Loss = Rs.80 d) Loss = Rs.10

**136) CP = Rs.300, Profit percentage = 20 % . Therefore the profit is _____**

a) Rs.60 b) Rs.20 c) Rs.360 d) Rs.240

**137) By selling a refrigerator for Rs. 5875, Mrs. Sara lost Rs.225. Find the price at which she bought the refrigerator.**

a) Rs.5650 b) Rs.6100 c) Rs.5875 d) Rs.6000

**138) A dozen eggs were bought for Rs.18 and sold at Rs.1.80 each. Find the profit or loss**

a) Profit = Rs.3.60 b) Loss = Rs.3.60 c) Rs.19.80 d) Rs.16.20

**139) Mohan bought a table for Rs. 485. He sold it at a profit of Rs. 60.75. Find the SP of the table.**

a) Rs.424.25 b) Rs.545.25 c) Rs.424.75 d) Rs.545.75

**140) The CP of a washing machine is Rs.7500 and the loss is Rs. 750 . What is the SP?**

a) Rs.8250 b) Rs.6750 c) Rs.6570 d) Rs.8520

**141) Mr. Sharma bought a cupboard for Rs.3200 and sold it for Rs.3104. Find his loss or profit.**

a) Profit = Rs.96 b) Profit = Rs. 104 c) Loss = Rs. 104 d) Loss = Rs.96

**142) Percentage of profit or loss is always calculated on ______**

a) SP b) CP c) Overhead charges d) None of these

**143) SP = Rs.218, Profit = Rs.12. Therefore CP = _____**

a) Rs.206 b) Rs.230 c) Rs.106 d) Rs.236

**144) A dealer sold a chair for Rs.90. He bought it for Rs.95 and spent Rs.20 on transportation. What was his profit/loss in this transaction?**

a) Loss = Rs.25 b) Profit = Rs.25 c) Profit = Rs.15 d) Loss = Rs.15

**145) Sam bought a book for Rs.428 and sold it sold it at a loss of Rs.68. What was the SP?**

a) Rs.496 b) Rs.480 c) Rs.460 d) Rs.360

**146) CP = Rs.100, SP = Rs.130, Overhead charges = Rs.20, then ,**

a) Profit = Rs.50 b) Loss =Rs.10 c) Loss = Rs.50 d) Profit = Rs.10

**147) A dozen pens were bought for Rs.120 and sold for Rs.15 each. Therefore the profit on each pen and the profit on all the pens is ______, ________ respectively.**

a) Rs.5, Rs.60 b) Rs.10 , Rs.60 c) Rs.15, Rs.60 d) Rs.60, Rs.10

**148) Excess amount in the Selling price as compared to the Cost price is called ________**

a) Profit percentage b) Loss Percentage c) Loss d) Profit

**149) CP = Rs.600, Profit percentage = 15% , then the profit is ______**

a) Rs.510 b) Rs.90 c) Rs.15 d) Rs.85

**150) CP = Rs.200, Loss percentage = 5 % , then the loss is ______**

a) Rs.10 b) Rs.5 c) Rs. 25 d) Rs.20

**151) A dot ( . ) represents a ______________**

a) line b) point c) line segment d) stop

**152) A ___________ has two end points.**

a) line segment b) line c) ray d) point

**153) A ray _______________**

a) extends endlessly in two directions b) does not extend in any direction at all

c) extends endlessly in only one direction c) has two definite end points

**154) A line segment _____________**

a) has only one end point b) extends endlessly in only one direction

c) has no definite length d) has definite length

**155) A right angle measures ________**

a) exactly 90˚ b) less than 90˚ c) more than 90˚ d) 180˚

**156) If the measures of two angles are same, they are called_______**

a) complementary angles b) equal angles c) supplementary angles d) acute angles

**157) ______________ measures more than 90˚ but less than 180˚**

a) A right angle b) An acute angle c) An obtuse angle d) A straight angle

**158) The measure of a straight angle is _________**

a) 90˚ b) 0˚ c) 360˚ d) 180˚

**159) A pair of angles are called supplementary to each other if the sum of their measures is ____**

a) 180˚ b) 90˚ c) 90˚ minus the given angle d) 180˚ minus 90˚

**160) A whole angle is an angle which measures ____**

a) 90˚ b) 360˚ c) 180˚ d) 45˚

**161) An angle measuring > 180˚ but less than 360˚ is called __________**

a) supplementary angle b) equal angle c) reflex angle d) complementary angle

**162) Two angles are called adjacent angles if they have ________**

a) the same vertex b) they have equal measures

c) they lie in two separate figures d) they have different vertices

**163) ________ pairs of vertically opposite angles are formed when two straight lines intersect at a point.**

a) 3 b) 4 c) 2 d) No

**164) A ___________ is used for measuring angles.**

a) protractor b) compass c) divider d) ruler

**165) The parts of an angle are ___________ and ___________**

a) rays and lines b) arms and sides c) protractor and ruler d) arms and vertex

**166) The distance around a circle is called the ____________**

a) circumference b) area c) diameter d) radius

**167) Diameter of a circle is __________**

a) half of radius b) half of the circumference c) twice the radius d) one fourth of the circle

**168) An arc is ________**

a) any part of the radius b) any part of the diameter

c) any part of a chord d) any part of the circumference

**169) Radius is _________**

a) a chord b) twice the diameter c) a part of an arc d) half of diameter

**170) A radius ________**

a) is a chord b) is not a chord c) is twice the diameter b) none of these

**171) The distance between the centre and any point on the circle is called its _____.**

a) circumference b) diameter c) chord d) radius

**172) The diameter of a circle whose radius is 7 cm is**

a) 21 cm

b) 44 cm

c) 3.5 cm

d) 14 cm

**173) A Δ with all sides of different lengths is called**

a) a scalene Δ b) an isosceles Δ c) an equilateral Δ d) a right angled Δ

** 174) A triangle is called ____________ triangle, if all its sides are equal. **

a) like triangle b) equivalent triangle c) same triangle d) equilateral triangle

**175) An obtuse angled triangle can have __________**

a) one obtuse angle and two acute angles

b) one obtuse angle, one right angle and one acute angle

c) one obtuse angle and two right angles

d) two obtuse angles and one acute angle

**176) A right angled triangle can have________**

a) one right angle, one acute angle and one obtuse angle

b) one right angle and two obtuse angles

c) one obtuse angle and two right angles

d) one right angle and two acute angles

**177) An isosceles triangle ____________**

a) is a triangle whose two sides and two angles are equal

b) is a triangle whose all the three sides and three angles are equal

c) is a triangle whose all the three sides and angles measure different.

d) is a triangle with two obtuse angles.

**178) Of the following cases, construction of which Δ is not possible?**

a) 7 cm, 7 cm, 13 cm

b) 10 cm, 10 cm, 20 cm

c) 5 cm, 12 cm, 14 cm

d) 3 cm, 6 cm, 7 cm

**179) Which one of the following triangles can be constructed?**

a) 60°, 50°, 80°

b) 70°, 30°, 60°

c) 59°, 41°, 90°

d) 65°, 35°, 80°

**180) The sum of the angles of a triangle is ______**

a) equal to the measure of a straight angle b) equal to the measure of a right angle

c) greater than 180˚ d) less than 180˚

**181) In triangle ABC, <A = 30˚, <B = 60˚ , then the triangle is________**

a) an acute angled triangle b) an isosceles triangle

c) a right angledtriangle d) an equilateral triangle

**182) The needles of a clock at 3.10 form ___________**

a) an acute angle b) an obtuse angle c) a right angle d) a straight angle

**183) A pentagon is a polygon with ______**

a) 4 line segments b) 9 line segments c) 5 line segments d) 6 line segments

**184) A polygon is a ________________**

a) closed shape with any number of straight sides. b) closed shape with curved lines.

c) open shape with two straight sides. d) closed shape with both straight and curved sides.

**185) ________, ________ and ________ are quadrilaterals.**

a) Rectangle, triangle, pentagon b) Square, rectangle , triangle

c) Rectangle, Square, parallelogram d) Rectangle, parallelogram, octagon

**186) Two lines are called parallel lines, if ________**

a) they intersect at right angle

b) they meet at a common end point to form an angle

c) they do not intersect at any point and maintain the same distance between them all through

d) they form a straight angle

**187) A good and common example for parallel lines is ____________**

a) railway track b) spokes in a wheel

c) the protractor in the geometry box d) the compass in the geometry box

**188) In which of the following group, all figures are quadrilaterals?**

a) triangle, hexagon , pentagon and rectangle

b) rhombus, parallelogram, trapezium and rectangle

c) octagon, rhombus, rectangle and triangle

d) triangle, square, rectangle and rhombus

**189) The sum of all the angles of a quadrilateral is ______**

a) 360˚ b) 180˚ c) 90˚ d) 120˚

**190) We join ____________ points to draw a triangle.**

a) 3 collinear b) 3 Non collinear c) both a) and b) d) 2 collinear

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