# CBSE Class 4 Mathematics/Sample Paper/Term II

**CBSE Class 4 Mathematics/Sample Paper is about the Model Questions that you can expect for Yearly Examination. Here you can find out practice problems for Class 4 Mathematics.**

**CBSE Class 4 Mathematics/ Sample Paper/Term 2Model Question Paper for Yearly ExaminationMax: 40 MarksChoose the correct answer (1 Mark):**

**When a number is multiplied by 1, its product is ———–**

A. 0

B. 1

C. the number itself**5 kg = ——— g**

A. 50

B. 500

C. 5000**Quarter of a litre = ———–**

A. 250 ml

B. 500 ml

C. 750 ml**95, 85, 75, ——**

A. 60

B. 65

C. 70**34 x 1000 = ————**

A. 340

B. 3400

C. 34000

Answer the following (2 Marks):**Find the perimeter of a triangle of sides 10cm, 12cm and 14 cm?****Manu earns 350 rupees in a day. How much he will earn in one week?****A bottle contains 1 litre of milk. If Soma used 750ml of milk, how much will be left there in the bottle?****Out of 30 mangoes in a box, one third of the mangoes are rotten mangoes. How many mangoes are rotten?****Calculate**

a) ¾ of 2 rupee

b) ½ of 1 dozen**Find the perimeter of a square whose one side is 25 cm?****A square carom board has a perimeter of 320cm. Find the length of each side?****The cost of 6 chocolates is 210 rupees. Find the cost of 1 chocolate?****Express the following with help of a diagram**

a) 3/5

b) ¼**Kiran had 100 rupees in his hand. He purchased a notebook for Rs 24.50 and a pencil for 5 rupees. Find the amount left with him?**

Answer the following (3 Marks)**A rectangular garden has 100m long and 75m wide. Find it’s**

a) Area

b) Perimeter**Fill in the blanks:**

a) 2546, 2556, 2566, ——–

b) ——-, 34876, 34776, 34676

c) 35765, 34765, 33765, ——, 31765**A shop keeper sold the following number of bulbs in the 5 days. Draw a pictograph using a suitable symbol**

Monday: 25

Tuesday: 15

Wednesday: 20

Thursday: 30

Friday: 25**Arjun bought 2kg oranges, 3 kg apples and 1kg grapes. Find the total amount he has to pay to the shopkeeper by preparing a bill.**

(1 kg Orange = Rs 65, 1 kg Apple = Rs 87, 1 kg Grapes = Rs 74)**Write 3 things which weigh more than 1 kg?**