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Page No 47:

Question 1:

What is the length of of an 8 centimetre long straight line?

Answer:

Length of the straight line = 8 cm

of the length of the straight line = of 8 cm

= cm = (8 ÷ 4) cm

= 2 cm

Thus, the length of of an 8 cm long straight line is 2 cm.

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Question 2:

How many millimeter long is of a straight line, which is 2 centimetres long?

Answer:

Length of the straight line = 2 cm

of the length of the straight line = of 2 cm

= cm

= cm

= cm

We know that 1 cm = 10 mm

Thus, of a 2 cm long straight line will be 2 mm.

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Question 3:

There are 30 sweets. Lincy took of them and Johny took of them. How many sweets did they together take?

Answer:

Total number of sweets = 30

Sweets taken by Lincy =

=

= 30 ÷ 2

= 15

Sweets taken by Johny =

=

= 30 ÷ 3

= 10

Total sweets taken by both of them = 15 + 10 = 25

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Question 4:

Ramesan took of 1000 rupees and Rajan took of it. Find the remaining amount.

Answer:

Total money = Rs 1000

Money taken by Ramesan = of Rs.1000

= Rs

= Rs (1000 ÷ 2)

= Rs.500

Money taken by Rajan = of Rs.1000

= Rs

= Rs (1000 ÷ 4)

= Rs.250

Total money taken by both of them = Rs.500 + Rs.250 = Rs.750

Remaining amount = Rs.1000 − Rs.750 = Rs.250

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Question 5:

A rod is 27 metres long. From it, 7 metres long pieces are cut out. How many such pieces could be got? What would be the length of the remaining piece?

Answer:

Length of the rod = 27 m

Length of each piece = 7 m

Number of pieces =

Thus, we get 3 pieces of length 7 m each and one piece of length of 7 m.

Length of the remaining piece = of 7 m = 6 m



Page No 48:

Question 1:

17 litres of milk could fill 4 vessels of equal size. How many litres of milk does each vessel contain?

Answer:

Total quantity of milk = 17 L

Number of vessels of equal size = 4

Milk contained in each vessel =

L

= (17 ÷ 4) L

=

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Question 2:

150 rupees is divided equally among 4 people. How many rupees and how many paise does each get?

Answer:

Total amount = Rs 150

Number of people = 4

Amount that each person gets =

Thus, each person will get Rs 37 and of Re 1.

We know that Re 1 = 100 paise

Thus, each person will get Rs 37 and 50 paise.

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Question 3:

A rod, 24 metres long is cut into 5 equal parts. What is the length of each piece, in metres and centimetres.

Answer:

Length of the rod = 24 m

Number of equal parts = 5

Length of each equal part =

Thus, the length of each equal part is 4 m and of 1 m.

We know that 1 m = 100 cm

Thus, the length of each part is 4 m 80 cm.



Page No 51:

Question 1:

Exactly 12 pieces, each of length metres, are cut off from a string. What is the length of the string?

Answer:

Number of pieces = 12

Length of each piece =

Length of the string = Number of pieces × Length of each piece

= 12 × m

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Question 2:

The contents of a milk can were emptied into 8 bottles, each of capacity litre. What was the quantity of milk in the can?

Answer:

Number of bottles = 8

Capacity of each bottle =

Capacity of milk can = Number of bottles × Capacity of each bottle

 

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Question 3:

5 pieces, each of length metres, were cut off from a rod and a metre long piece was left. What is the length of the rod?

Answer:

Number of pieces = 5

Length of each piece =

Now,

Length of 5 pieces = 5 × Length of each piece

Length of piece left =

∴ Length of the rod =

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Question 4:

Find the products given below:

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

Answer:

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(iv)



Page No 53:

Question 1:

Find

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

Answer:

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)



Page No 54:

Question 1:

Can’t you do these in your head?

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

Answer:

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)



Page No 55:

Question 1:

Draw a line 15 centimetres long. Markof it. What is its length? Now mark of this shorter line. What is its length?

Answer:

Let us draw a line segment of length 15 cm and divide it into 5 equal parts.

of 15 cm can be represented by taking 4 parts from the 5 equal parts.

Now, we have to divide 12 cm line segment into 3 equal parts.

of 12 cm can be represented by taking 2 parts from the 3 equal parts.

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Question 2:

What is ?

Answer:

First, we will find

Now,

∴

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Question 3:

What is ?

Answer:

First, we will find

Now,

∴



Page No 56:

Question 1:

What is?

Answer:

First, we will find

Now,

∴

Page No 56:

Question 2:

What is ?

Answer:

First, we will find

Now,

∴

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Question 3:

What is ?

Answer:

First, we will find

Now,

∴



Page No 57:

Question 1:

Try finding the following products

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

Answer:

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)



Page No 59:

Question 1:

The price of 1 kilogram of lady’s finger is 15 rupees. What s the price of kilograms?

Answer:

Price of 1 kg of lady’s finger = Rs.15

Price of kg of lady’s finger = Rs.15 ×

Now,

∴ Price of kg of lady’s finger = Rs.15 ×

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Question 2:

A bottle can contain 2 litre of milk. 4 such filled bottles and of another such bottle were emptied into another vessel. How many litres of milk does the vessel contain now?

Answer:

Quantity of milk in a bottle = 2 L

Quantity of milk in 4 such bottles = 2 L × 4 = 8 L

Quantity of milk in of another such bottle = × 2 L = L

∴ Quantity of milk in the vessel = 8 L + L

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Question 3:

Anu can walk kilometers in 1hour. How far can she walk in hours?

Answer:

Distance covered by Anu in 1 hour =

Distance covered by Anu in hours =

Now,

∴ Distance covered by Anu in hours =



Page No 62:

Question 1:

The length and breadth of a few rectangles are given below. Find the area of each rectangle.

(i)

(ii)

(iii) 5.2 metres, 2.5 metres

Answer:

(i)

Length of the rectangle =

Breadth of the rectangle =

Area of the rectangle = Length × Breadth

 

(ii)

Length of the rectangle =

Breadth of the rectangle =

Area of the rectangle = Length × Breadth

 

(iii)

Length of the rectangle = 5.2 m =

Breadth of the rectangle = 2.5 cm =

Area of the rectangle = Length × Breadth

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Question 2:

The perimeter of a square is 14 metres. What is its area?

Answer:

Perimeter of the square = 14 m

Perimeter of a square = 4 × side

⇒ 4 × side = 14 m

Area of the square = side × side



Page No 66:

Question 1:

The length of of a string ismetre. What is the length of the string?

Answer:

Length of of a string =

Length of the string =

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Question 2:

litres of water full of a pot. How much water makes the pot full?

Answer:

Quantity of water which fills of a pot =

Quantity of water which completely fills the pot =



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