# SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2019 CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: QUANTITATIVE REASONING

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2019

CLASS: PRIMARY 4                                             SUBJECT: QUANTITATIVE REASONING

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Section A:

Sample:          7   x   1           (7 x 1) + 1                                          6   x   2           (6 x 2) + 2

7  +  1 = 8                                                                  12 + 2 = 14

1.)   7   x  2                                                                              (3.)      8   x   8

2.)   6    x   10                                                                          (4.)      5    x   9

Section B: Substitution

Sample:          2   *   3  =  3 (2 + 3)                                                  4   *   5  =  3 (4 + 5)

=  3  x  5 = 15                                                            =  3  x  9 = 27

5.) 2   *  5   =                                                                         (7.)     3   *  8   =

1.)   19  *  2   =                                                                        (8.)    12  *  18  =

 5
 2
 18
 10
 17
 8
 6
 7
 A
 B
 4

Section C: Sets & Subsets

9.)   6, 10, 18, 5 and 2 are elements in set ______________ (A,  B)

10.) How many elements are in set A? ____________

11.) How many elements are in both sets A and B? ________________

12.) The element in set B are ______, ______, ______, ______, ______

13.) The element in set A only and not in B are ______, ______, ______, ______

 9/10
 4/10
 5/10
 9.26
 1.18
 8.44

Samples:

 59
 17
 7/9
 1/9

14.)                                                                                  (16.)

15.)

 125
 862
 9.6
 6.2
(17.)

 ¼
 ½
 ½
 60
 10
 6
Section E: Samples

 5
 9
 56
 8

18.)                                                                             (19.)

 5.2
 2
 2/4
 ¼

20.)                                                                             (21.)

Section F: Substitution

Sample:          16   m   4  =  (16/4) 3                                                              21   m   3  =  (21/3) 3

=  (4) 3                                                                                   =  (7) 3

= 12                                                                                        = 21

22.)     55   m  5   =                                                                (24.)    28  m  7   =

23.)     90  m  10  =                                                               (25.)    48  m  6  =

 17
 80
 6
 21
 5
 10
 1
 78
 86
 7
 112
 15

Samples:

10 + 6 + 5 = 21                                  80 + 15 = 95                                      1 + 7 = 8

112 – 95 = 17                                    86 – 8 = 78

 128
 102
 568
 1/20
 2/20
 6/20
 16
 19
 48

26.)                                                     (27.)                                                    (28.)

 1/5
 2/5
 1/5
 5
 3.6
 1.2
29.)                                                     (30.)

### SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2019 CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: QUANTITATIVE REASONING

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2019

CLASS: PRIMARY 4                                             SUBJECT: QUANTITATIVE REASONING

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Section A:

Sample:          7   x   1           (7 x 1) + 1                                          6   x   2           (6 x 2) + 2

7  +  1 = 8                                                                  12 + 2 = 14

1.)   7   x  2                                                                              (3.)      8   x   8

2.)   6    x   10                                                                          (4.)      5    x   9

Section B: Substitution

Sample:          2   *   3  =  3 (2 + 3)                                                  4   *   5  =  3 (4 + 5)

=  3  x  5 = 15                                                            =  3  x  9 = 27

5.) 2   *  5   =                                                                         (7.)     3   *  8   =

1.)   19  *  2   =                                                                        (8.)    12  *  18  =

 5
 2
 18
 10
 17
 8
 6
 7
 A
 B
 4

Section C: Sets & Subsets

9.)   6, 10, 18, 5 and 2 are elements in set ______________ (A,  B)

10.) How many elements are in set A? ____________

11.) How many elements are in both sets A and B? ________________

12.) The element in set B are ______, ______, ______, ______, ______

13.) The element in set A only and not in B are ______, ______, ______, ______

 9/10
 4/10
 5/10
 9.26
 1.18
 8.44

Samples:

 59
 17
 7/9
 1/9

14.)                                                                                  (16.)

15.)

 125
 862
 9.6
 6.2
(17.)

 ¼
 ½
 ½
 60
 10
 6
Section E: Samples

 5
 9
 56
 8

18.)                                                                             (19.)

 5.2
 2
 2/4
 ¼

20.)                                                                             (21.)

Section F: Substitution

Sample:          16   m   4  =  (16/4) 3                                                              21   m   3  =  (21/3) 3

=  (4) 3                                                                                   =  (7) 3

= 12                                                                                        = 21

22.)     55   m  5   =                                                                (24.)    28  m  7   =

23.)     90  m  10  =                                                               (25.)    48  m  6  =

 17
 80
 6
 21
 5
 10
 1
 78
 86
 7
 112
 15

Samples:

10 + 6 + 5 = 21                                  80 + 15 = 95                                      1 + 7 = 8

112 – 95 = 17                                    86 – 8 = 78

 128
 102
 568
 1/20
 2/20
 6/20
 16
 19
 48

26.)                                                     (27.)                                                    (28.)

 1/5
 2/5
 1/5
 5
 3.6
 1.2
29.)                                                     (30.)