CBSE Question Paper Of Class V & VI Maths- Sample Question Paper Just For Practice 2019

CBSE Question Paper Of Class V & VI Maths

CBSE Question Paper Of Class V & VI Maths

Welcome back everyone to another new post regarding practice questions papers. As I have already posted many practice questions in previous articles if you have not checked that, then go and check it fast. And if you are here to see the mathematics practice questions of class V and VI then you are in right place, here I have shown you practice question paper which I have taken from half-yearly term means its not full syllabus of class V and VI these questions are from the half-yearly term. If you need annual term questions also then comment below surely I will bring for you.
So, let's go ahead and practice these questions...

Class V Maths

Attempt all the questions from Section A and any eight questions from Section B.
The omission of essential working will result in loss of marks.
The intended marks for questions or parts are given in brackets [ ].

SECTION A (40 Marks)
Attempt all the questions from this Section.

I.    Solve these objective questions: [ 30 marks ]
  1. Find the area of a rectangle:   (a) length=199.09m   breadth=17.114m
  2. Write the following decimals in expanded form.....371.975
  3. Arrange in ascending order....7.7, 0.77, 77.7, 7.07, 7.007
  4. Divide....9.328÷0.32
  5. Find the percentage of the following...92% of 800
  6. Find the average of the following...44, 46, 38, 55, 52, 48
  7. Find the average of first 8 multiples of 3.
  8. The average weight of 5 students is 52kg. What is the total weight of 5 students?
  9. Convert in paisa....Rs.0.62
  10. Convert ....4hrs 42min into min.
  11. Convert....2144min into hrs and min.
  12. Convert.....123days into months and days.
  13. Divide.....9415.7÷0.15
  14. Subtract the sum of 39.15 and 46.373 from 95.68.
  15. Find the area of a square.....(a) side=27.3cm

II. Compulsory questions: [ 10 marks ]

1) Convert and find the sum:

Hours        minutes       seconds  
   17         44             33
+ 14         56             42

2) The following are the brands of bulb sold by a shop during the first seven days of a month.
ECG, ECG, Surya, Phillips, ECG, Surya, Sylvania, ECG, ECG, Phillips, Phillips, Surya, ECG, ECG, Surya, ECG, Sylvania, ECG, Surya, Surya, Phillips, ECG, Surya, ECG.
Represent this data in the form of a frequency table by tally marks. With the help of a table answer the following questions: 
  1. Which bulb was sold maximum?
  2. Which bulb was sold minimum?
  3. How many bulbs were sold in all?

SECTION B (40 Marks)

I.  Solve these word problems: (Any 8 questions). [ 40 marks ]

1) An ice-cream brick measuring 50cm x 30cm x 20cm is cut into cubical pieces measuring 20cm x 15cm x 10cm. How many pieces of ice-cream will be cut from the brick?

2) The length of the water tank is 24m and its breadth is 10m. By the help of a tube, well 960cum water was filled in it. What was the deepness of the water in a thin tank?

3) If a bucket can hold 30.5 liters of water, how much liters of can such 8 buckets can hold?

4) The numbers of students in five sections of class V in a school are 40, 47, 48, 42 and 44. Find the average number of students in each section?

 5) One dozen pen costs Rs.223.80. Neha bought one pen. How much did she spend?

6) Two men work in a factory. One gets Rs.6098.25 and other gets Rs.5556.75 as their salary. What is the difference in their salary?

7) A box is a 10cm long, 6cm broad and 3cm high. How many such lunch boxes can be packed in a cartoon of length 2m, breadth 1m and height 50m?

8) The daily temperature (in Celsius) of Meerut and Ghaziabad recorded for a week in the month of April are given below. Which town was cooler during the week?

      Monday      Tuesday Wednesday     Thursday     Friday    Saturday    Sunday 
Meerut-          38℃           30℃             35℃               40℃          37℃        37℃          36℃

Ghaziabad -   42℃           40℃             41℃               42℃          40℃         40℃         37℃

9) The number of votes polled in an election in five cities of India is as follows:

City       Delhi      Mumbai      Kolkata      Chennai    Bengaluru

No. Of votes polled(in lakh)        30          28           20            24           20

Construct a bar graph and answer the following questions:
  1. What general information in the bar graph?
  2. In which city, minimum votes are polled?
  3. In which city, maximum votes are polled?
  4. In which two cities, the total votes polled are equal?

Class VI Maths

Attempt all the questions from Section A and any eight questions from Section B.
The omission of essential working will result in loss of marks.
The intended marks for questions or parts are given in brackets [ ].

SECTION A (40 Marks)
Attempt all the questions from this Section.

I.   Solve these objective questions: [10 x 3 = 30]

Find the solution of the equation......5x + 10 = 20
(a) A number is double the product of a and b.
(b) 5 less than three times of x.
3.   Complete the following proportion.......4 ∶ 3 ::         : 24
4.   Add the following.......4x3 + 3x2 + 4x + 3y and 2x3 + 2x2 + 3x + 2y.
5.   Subtract........ (7a + 7b + 7c) from (13a – 13b + 13c)
6. (a) All one angles are 90° and its opposite sides are parallel. Name this quadrilateral.
(b) Two sides are parallel and the other two sides are not parallel. Name this quadrilateral.
7. Solve this equation......z   =   1
        -7       21
8. Construct a line Segment Of 6.5cm. Divide It Into Two Equal Parts With The Help Of A Compass.
9. Find the breadth of a rectangle.........length=50m,     perimeter =220m.
10.  Study the given figure and answer the following questions.
(a) Name the three points.
(b) Name the three line segments.                 
II. Compulsory questions. [2 x 5 = 10]

1) The Birthday of students in the month of a year are shown below:
Present this information in the form of a bar graph and answer the following questions.

(a) What does the bar show?
(b) What does the vertical line show?
(c) Which month has the most birthdays?
(d) What does each bar stand for?
(e) How many students celebrate their birthdays on the month of Independence Day?

2. In the figure, find the following:
(a) Name the line x in two other ways.
(b) Name the line y in two other ways.
(c) Name the line segment on the line z.
(d) Name three line segments on line P.

SECTION B (40 Marks)
Attempt any eight questions from this section.

Solve these word problems: (Attempt  any 8 questions): 8 x 5 = 40]

1) The sum of the angles of a triangle is 180° and the angles are in the ratio 5: 6: 7. Find the measure of each angle.
2) A super fast train covers 360km in 3hours 20minutes. How much time will it take to cover a distance of 90km?
3) 5 persons complete 8 jobs in 3 days. How many days will 20 persons take to finish that same job?
4) If 10 are subtracted from four times a number, the difference is equal to 32. Find the number.
5) One-fourth of a number is decreased by 4, the difference will be 8. Find the number.
6) Two sides of a triangle are 35cm and 60cm. Find its third side if the perimeter of the triangle is 150cm.
7) Find the cost of fencing a rectangular park of length 400m and breadth 300m at the rate of Rs.18 per meter.
8) A blackboard is 17m 7cm long and 11m 5cm broad. What will be the cost of painting it at the rate of 35paise per square meter?
9) The area of a rectangular hall is 165sq.m. If its length is 4m more than its breadth and its perimeter is 52m. What is the length and breadth of the hall?
10) The length of a rectangular field is 60m and the breadth is 2/3th of its length. Find the area of the field.

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