**Class 5 Mental Maths Questions For Scholarship Exam**

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The preparation for Class 5 Mental Maths Scholarship Exam includes simple addition,subtraction,multiplication and division.

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**Class 5 Mental Maths Questions For Scholarship Exam**

Q1.What is the smallest 5 digit number?

Q2.What is the largest 4 digit number?

Q3.What is the largest and the smallest number formed by using 2,0,1,7?

Q4.What is the smallest number formed by using 8,0,1,7,if one digit is repeated twice?

Q5.What is the predecessor of the smallest 5 digit number?

Q6..What is the successor of the largest 4 digit number?

Find the value of x in questions no. 7 to 12?

Q7.2920+20 +x = 20 +2920+30

Q8.20 +7012+x = 20 +12434+30

Q9.30 +2715 = 30+x

Q10.45 +3986 = 30+x+3986

Q11.8986-x = 5675

Q12.8986+2543-x = 5675+2543

Q13.The rate of sugar is Rs 40/kg and of flour is Rs 30/kg,Meena purchased 3 kg sugar and 10 kg flour ,how much money did she had to pay to the shopkeeper?

Q14.Convert 5 meter 9 cm into cm.

Q15.Convert 15 Decameter into Centimeter.

Q16.How many two digits numbers are there?

Q17.How many three digits numbers are there?

Q18.How many four digits numbers are there?

Q19.Solve 96 +104 +59+786 mentally.

Q20.Find the factors of the following numbers.

(a) 0 (b) 2 (c) 10 (d) 30

Q21.How many sides are there in 5 pentagons?

**Answers:Class 5 Mental Maths Questions For Scholarship Exam**

(1)The smallest 5 digit number-10000

(2)The largest 4 digit number-9999

(3)The largest number formed by using 2,0,1,7 -7210

The smallest number formed by using 2,0,1,7-1027

(4)The smallest number formed by using 8,0,1,7,if one digit is repeated twice-10078

(5)The smallest 5 digit number-10000

Predecessor of 5 digit smallest number=10000-1=9999

(6) The largest 4 digit number= 9999

The successor of the largest 4 digit number=9999+1=10000

(7)2920+20 +x = 20 +2920+30

x =30

(8)20 +7012+x = 20 +12434+30

7012+x = 12434+30

7012+x =12464

x =12464-7012=5452

(9)30 +2715 = 30+x

x =2715

(10)45 +3986 = 30+x+3986

45 = 30+x

x =45 -30 =15

(11)8986-x = 5675

x =8986-5675

x=3311

(12)8986+2543-x = 5675+2543

8986-x = 5675

x =8986- 5675

x =3311

(13)The rate of sugar is Rs 40/kg

Means the cost of 1 kg sugar is =Rs 40

The cost of 3 kg sugar is=3×40 =Rs 120

The cost of 1 kg flour is =Rs 30

The cost of 10 kg flour is=10×30 =Rs 300

Therefore the cost of 3kg sugar and 10 kg flour is =Rs 120+Rs 300 =Rs 420

(14)All class 5 students are needed to learn following units of length by heart for solving such questions.

5 meter 9 cm into meter

1 meter =100 cm

9 cm = 9/100=0.09 m(division takes place when converted into greater unit)

∴ 5 meter 9 cm =5+0.09 =5.09 m

1Km =10 Hactometer

1Hactometer=10 Decameter

1Decameter =10 Meter

1Meter = 10 Decimeter

1 Decimeter =10 Centimeter

1Centimeter = 10 Millimeter

(15)If you have remembered the above units sequentially as follows

1Decameter =10 Meter

1Meter = 10 Decimeter

1 Decimeter =10 Centimeter

We can understand 1Decameter =10×10×10 =1000 Centimeter

15 Decameter = 15×1000 =15000 Centimeter((multiplication takes place when converted into smaller unit)

(16) The smallest two digits number =10

Largest two digits number =99

The total two digits number =99-10+1 =90

(17) The smallest three digits number =100

Largest three digits number =999

The total two digits number =999-100+1 =900

(18) The smallest four digits number =1000

Largest four digits number =9999

The total four digits number =9999-1000+1 =9000

(19)96 +104 +59+786

Do the sum of the numbers which you can solve by a straight way like 96+104 =200

Split up the rest of numbers into the multiple of 10

59 =50+9

786 =700 +80+6

Try to add the numbers orally which are multiple of 10 like 200,50,700 and 80 that comes 1030

Then add 9+6 =15 to 1030 that come up 1045.

Ans 20.(a) 0 (b) 2 (c) 10 (d) 30

(a) Factor of 0 =0 only

(b)Factor of 2 =1,2

(c)Factor of 10 =1,2,5,10

(d) Factor of 30=1,2,3,5,6,10,15,30

(21) In a pentagon there are 5 sides

Therefore 5 pentagons will contain= 5×5=25 sides

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