CBSE Class 5 Mathematics/ Sample Paper/Term II

CBSE Class 5 Mathematics/Sample Paper Term II is about the Model Questions that you can expect for Yearly Examination. Here you can find out practice problems for Class 5 Mathematics.

CBSE Class 5 Mathematics/Sample Paper Term II
Model Question Paper/ Expected Questions for Yearly Examination
Max: 40 Marks
Time: 2 Hours
Section A (1 Mark):
Choose the correct answer:

  1. Which of the following is a multiple of 2 and 7?
    A. 7
    B. 14
    C. 21
  2. The length of one side of a square is 5cm. Then its perimeter is ———–
    A. 10 cm
    B. 15 cm
    C. 20 cm
  3. Volume of a cube is 125 cubic cm. Then its one side is ———–
    A. 5 cm
    B. 25 cm
    C. 50 cm
  4. The base of a cylinder is a ————–
    A. Square
    B. Circle
    C. Triangle
  5. The fractional form of 0.45 is ———
    A. 45/10
    B. 45/100
    C. 45/1000
    Section B (2 Marks):
    Answer the following:
  6. Find the LCM of 3, 4 and 5?
  7. Write in expanded form of the decimal number 657.85
  8. The length and breadth of a rectangle are 15 cm and 12 cm respectively. Find the area of the rectangle?
  9. Draw the net of a cone.
  10. The cost 5m of cloth is 245 rupees. Find the cost of 7m of cloth?
  11. Draw a pie chart for the following:
    Tea Milk Cake Coffee
    25 50 15 10
  12. How many cubes of side 2 cm can be packed in a box of 18cm x 12 cm x 3 cm?
  13. 15 books can be arranged in a box. How many such boxes are needed to arrange 375 books?
  14. Draw the deep drawing of a cube and cuboid?
  15. Rahul bought 3kg 250g of apples, 2kg 280g of oranges and 1 kg 320g of grapes. Find the total weight of fruits purchased by Rahul?
    Section C (3 Marks)
  16. A square carom board has a perimeter 360cm. What is its area?
  17. A water tank is 10m long, 5m wide and 7m deep. How many cubic metre of water can it hold?
  18. Area of a rectangle is 36 square cm and length is 9 cm. Find its breadth and perimeter?
  19. Divide and check your answer: 62055 by 63
  20. There are 250 sack of rice in godown. If each sack weighs 85kg, find the total weight of these sacks?

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