# CBSE Class 5 Mathematics Worksheets / Part 6

**CBSE Class 5 Mathematics Worksheets is about some model questions that you can expect for yearly examination. Here you can find out practice problems for class 5 Mathematics.**

**CBSE CLASS 5 MATHEMATICS WORKSHEETS / Part 6Choose the correct answer from the options given below:**

- 1 paise is written as ——— rupees.

A. 0.1

B. 0.01

C. 0.001 - Which of the following is the smallest?

A. 100cm

B. 100 m

C. 100 mm - Which of the following rectangles have smallest area?

A. Length = 10 cm, breadth = 5 cm

B. Length = 8 cm, breadth = 7 cm

C. Length = 9 cm, breadth = 6 cm - Which of the following is a unit of area?

A. cm

B. square cm

C. cubic cm - Which of the following shapes will look the same after a quarter turn?

A. Rectangle

B. Circle

C. Semicircle**Fill in the blanks:** - ———- is the space occupied by an object.
- Length of the boundary is ————
- A Rubik’s cube has —- unit cubes.
- Fractions with same denominator is known as ———-
- A straight angle is equal to the sum of —– right angles.
**Answer the following:** - Write the common factors of 36 and 24. Which is the smallest among them?
- A box of books weighs 75 kg. Find the total weight of books in 125 such boxes?
- 576 books are to be arranged in 24 shelves. How many books will be there in each shelf?
- Find the estimated sum nearest to tens: 345 + 764
- Anu spent 12.50 rupees for a pen and 23.50 rupees for a notebook. How much money did she spend in all?

**ANSWERS:**

- 0.01
- 100 mm
- Length = 8 cm, breadth = 7 cm
- Square cm
- Circle
- Volume
- Perimeter
- 27
- like fraction
- 2
- Factor pairs of 36 are 1 x 36, 2 x 18, 3 x 12, 4 x 9 and 6 x 6

Factor pairs of 24 are 1 x 24, 2 x 12, 3 x 8 and 4 x 6.

Common factors are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 12.

Smallest common factor is 1. - Weight of one box = 75 kg

Weight of 125 such boxes = 75 x 125 = 9375 kg - Number of books that can be arranged in each shelf = 576/24 = 24 books
- 345 rounds off to 350

764 rounds off to 760

Estimated sum = 350 + 760 = 1110 - Money spent for a pen = 12. 50 rupees

Money spent for a notebook = 23.50 rupees

Total money spent = 12.50 + 23.50 = 36 rupees.