Monday, 28 January 2019

# 5th Class Punjab Board Mathematics Notes With Answers

Many of the students of the 5th class want solved MCQs of all punjab board exams previous years exams objective type questions. I am sharing here with the punjab board students important notes of 5th class Mathematics MCQs with the answers. All of these important solved MCQs questions and answers for the students.
 Punjab Board 5th Class Past Years MCQs

Here i am sharing with the 5th class students solved MCQs of Mathematics here 2011 to 2018 Past Years MCQs. All objective type MCQs are solved here with the answers. All of the MCQs 5th class are here solved with answers. 5th Class Chapter wise English MCQs Solved Notes Punjab Board. Prepared these MCQs by these first there important chapters of Mathematics of class five all punjab board exams.

## Mathematics 5th Class Chapter 1

Question 1: Usman had the total cash Rs. 800000 and a shop of worth Rs.300000. He returned the loan of bank Rs.200000 from the total amount. The remaining amount he equally divide between has two sons. What is the share of each son ?
1. Rs.900000
2. Rs.450000
3. Rs.200000
4. Rs.400000
B
Question 2: The answer of 3+4x5 is:
1. 13
2. 43
3. 33
4. 23
D
Question 3: “Five million one hundred ninety five” can b written in decimal system as: ?
1. 50,00,195
2. 5,000,195
3. 5,00,01,95
4. 500,019,5
A
Question 4: The solution of {6+12÷3}÷2 is ?
1. 20
2. 15
3. 5
4. 30
C
Question 5: The solution of 30-[16-{3+6(2x8÷4)}] is: ?
1. 21
2. 31
3. 41
4. 11
C
Question 6: Ten million has lac: ?
1. 10
2. 1000
3. 100
4. 1
C
Question 7: Which is solved first [{3x(6+5)+1}-7] ?
1. 5+4
2. 6+5
3. 3x6
4. 4-7
B
Question 8: Which is solved first? 32 + 8 [36+9{23-(2x6+3)}] ?
1. 23-2
2. 32+8
3. 6+3
4. 2x6
D
Question 9: The solution of 20 – 2 [26 - {3x2(8÷2)}] is: ?
1. 36
2. 26
3. 16
4. 15
C
Question 10: “Seven billion nine hundred eleven million three hundred two thousand” can be written in digits as ?
1. 7911302000
2. 79113020
3. 791130200
4. 79113020000
A
Question 11: The solution of 10-3-(2-1) is ?
1. 4
2. 8
3. 6
4. 10
B
Question 12: In 734215123 the comma can be put under billion system as: ?
1. 7,34,215,123
2. 734,215,123
3. 7342,15,123
4. 7,342,151,23
B
Question 13: A labourar earn Rs. 1800 per month. If he spent Rs. 18950 in one year, then how amount he saved in a year ?
1. Rs.5950
2. Rs.4050
3. Rs.1715
4. Rs.2650
D
Question 14: One million has lac:
1. 10
2. 5
3. 15
4. 20
A
Question 15: The solution of 1/2+3/7÷5/14x1/6+3/4 is:
1. 30/19
2. 1 9/20
3. 19/23
4. 13/29
B
Question 16: 900,270,900 can be written in billion system as:
1. Nine hundred billion seven hundred ninety two hundred seventy thousand nine hundred million
2. Nine hundred billion seven hundred ninety million two hundred seventy thousand nine hundred
3. Nine hundred seven billion ninety million two hundred seventy thousand nine hundred
4. Nine hundred billion seven thousand ninety million two hundred seventy thousand nine hundred
B
Question 17: One Billion has million ?
1. 10
2. 100
3. 1000
4. 10000
C
Question 18: “Five arab ninety seven crore ten lac nine hundred twelve” can be written in million billion system as: ?
1. Four million nine hundred seventy one Thousand nine hundred twelve
2. Four billion nine hundred and seventy one thousand and nine hundred twelve
3. Four billion nine hundred seventy one million nine thousand twelve
4. Four billion nine hundred seventy one million nine hundred twelve
D
Question 19: 24÷{555+4(28-7)} equals to: ?
1. 60/80
2. 30/24
3. 24/95
4. 24/80
C
Question 20: The solution of 38 – 4[60 – 3 {16÷4x6-(4+1)}] is:
1. 26
2. 36
3. 16
4. 45
A
Question 21: 3/4 -1/2+ 1/5=?
1. 5/24
2. 7/20
3. 9/20
4. 1/15
C
Question 22: Ali, Imran and Hafeez have Rs. 2205, Rs.2370, Rs.2150 and Rs.3103 respectively. The total amount that four friends have is: ?
1. Rs.9931
2. Rs.9828
3. Rs.9221
4. Rs.9524
B
Question 23: 3x4-18÷9x4+15= ?
1. 19
2. 30
3. 25
4. 100
A
Question 24: If we try to form the smallest number from the set of digits 4,3,2,1 then the number will be ?
1. 1243
2. 1234
3. 1324
4. 1423
B
Question 25: In the Million and Billion system the comma are place from ?
1. Lower to Uper
2. Left to right
3. Right to left
4. Upper to lower
C
Question 26: 130-20x3 equals to:
1. 107
2. 70
3. 370
4. 330
B
Question 27: 50[8+7{51-4(5+3)}] equals to:
1. 7060
2. 7080
3. 7050
4. 8050
C
Question 28: In million billion system the commas are placed after: ?
1. Four, four digits
2. Unit, tens and hundred digits
3. Two, two digits
4. Three, three digits
D
Question 29: A shopkeeper has books of total worth Rs. 80000. He saled the books of worth Rs. 25350. The book of worth Rs. 4278 are spoiled. He has the remaining books of the worth ?
1. Rs.60500
2. Rs.60600
3. Rs.50372
4. Rs.60300
C
Question 30: The monthly pay of a peon is Rs.3000. his six month pay and daily income is respectively ?
1. Rs.5000, Rs.300
2. Rs.6000, Rs.500
3. Rs.12000, Rs.200
4. Rs.18000, Rs.100
D

## Mathematics 5th Class Chapter 2

Question 1: 567 can be written in common friction as: ?
1. 567/1000
2. 567/10
3. 567/10000
4. 567/100
A
Question 2: Which solution of the following is wrong ?
1. 2/10 = 0.2
2. 3/5 = 0.5
3. 2/4= 0.5
4. 3/5 = 0.6
B
Question 3: The solution of 18.3502-12.1678 is: ?
1. 6.1824
2. 6.1522
3. 6.1726
4. 6.7234
A
Question 4: 2.35+[4.3{7.4 - (5.8+9.2)}]: ?
1. 3.330
2. 30.33
3. 33.30
4. -30.33
D
Question 5: If the Price of one dozen pens is Rs. 48, then the price of one pen will be: ?
1. Rs.4
2. Rs.4.50
3. Rs.3.50
4. Rs.3
A
Question 6: 0.254+12.1=?
1. 0.2661
2. 1.464
3. 12.354
4. 0.375
C
Question 7: The product of 18.3502-12.1678 is:
1. .025
2. .25
3. 2.5
4. .05
B
Question 8: The price of 6 pencils is Rs. 24. The price of such 9 pencils will be: ?
1. Rs.36
2. Rs.25
3. Rs.30
4. Rs.15
A
Question 9: If the price of one ball is Rs. 6, then the price of such 5 balls (in rupees) will be: ?
1. Rs.11
2. Rs.6
3. Rs.30
4. Rs.5
C
Question 10: If a car covered a distance of 500 kilometers in 10 hours, then what distance it will covered in 15 hours ?
1. 750km
2. 1050km
3. 850km
4. 950km
A
Question 11: The simplest form of 1.2 + 1.6 + 1.3 is: ?
1. 4.1
2. 5.1
3. 2.1
4. 3.1
A
Question 12: The value of 5.69÷1000 is: ?
1. 0.000569
2. 0.0569
3. 0.00569
4. 0.00965
C
Question 13: A piece of work is completed by 20 men is 50 days then the how many days are required to completed the same piece of work by double men ?
1. 35 days
2. 15 days
3. 25 days
4. 45 days
C
Question 14: The simplest form of 3.1122+3.22 is:
1. 6.2233
2. 6.3322
3. 6.3311
4. 6.1144
B
Question 15: The common fraction 5/4 can be written in decimal fraction as: ?
1. 1.26
2. 1.25
3. 1.27
4. 1.24
B
Question 16: The simplest form of 5.25 is: ?
1. 21/4
2. 4/21
3. 105/20
4. 525/100
A
Question 17: If the price of one sweet is Rs. 2.25, then the price of such four sweets will be ?
1. Rs.4
2. Rs.8
3. Rs.9
4. Rs.2
C
Question 18: The price of 7 notebooks is Rs. 84. The price of one note book will be:
1. Rs.15
2. Rs.12
3. Rs.13
4. Rs.14
B
Question 19: Akram had Rs.15.25. He spend Rs.3.75. The remaining amount he has:
1. Rs.12.25
2. Rs.18.50
3. Rs.12.50
4. Rs.11.50
D
Question 20: The decimal fraction up to four decimal places is:
1. 1.003
2. 14.33
3. 13.55
4. 0.3345
D
Question 21: The answer of 3.2+1.2x0.2 is: ?
1. 3.44
2. 0.24
3. 0.88
4. 4.40
A
Question 22: The length of a spring is 1.5 meter. if we divide the spring into three equal parts, then the length of each part will be: ?
1. 0.50m
2. 0.60m
3. 0.70m
4. 0.40m
A
Question 23: The decimal fraction of ½ is: ?
1. 0.10
2. 0.25
3. 0.50
4. 0.75
C
Question 24: The solution of 15.2639+25.1357 is: ?
1. 40.3996
2. 39.4001
3. 41.4001
4. 41.3965
A
Question 25: 3.02x(5.35+2.13) = --------
1. 22.5856
2. 22.5896
3. 22.5846
4. 22.6866
B
Question 26: The product of 0.31x0.7 is:
1. 2.17
2. 0.217
3. 0.0217
4. 21.7
B
Question 27: The price of one note book is Rs. 10, then the price of 6 note will be ?
1. Rs.65
2. Rs.50
3. Rs.60
4. Rs.80
C
Question 28: If the price of 9 sharpeners is Rs.2 then the price of on sharpener will be ?
1. Rs.3
2. Rs.36
3. Rs.18
4. Rs.1
A
Question 29: If the price of one book is Rs. 18.50, then the price of 10 books will be: ?
1. Rs.185
2. Rs.280
3. Rs.385
4. Rs.285
A
Question 30: The answer of (6.37 – 4.214) upto two decimal places is ?
1. 2.17
2. 2.15
3. 2.14
4. 2.16
D

## Mathematics 5th Class Chapter 3

Question 1: The smallest ratio between 175 and 50 is: ?
1. 5:7
2. 10:35
3. 7:2
4. 35:10
C
Question 2: If the price of one orange is Rs. 3and price of one apple is Rs. 10, then what will be the price of 5 oranges and 3 apples altogether ?
1. Rs. 59
2. Rs. 24
3. Rs. 45
4. Rs. 80
C
Question 3: In a hostel ration of 20 students is stored for 5o days. If the number of students is decrease to 10, the in how many days will the ration be lost ?
1. 100 days
2. 10 days
3. 30 days
4. 20 days
A
Question 4: The smallest ratio between 125 and 100 is ?
1. 5:4
2. 25:20
3. 125:100
4. 25:4
A
Question 5: 45˚ is an angle: ?
1. Inverse angle
2. Abtuse angle
3. Acute angle
4. Right angle
C
Question 6: Triangles with respect to angles are:
1. Equilateral, Isosceles
2. Right angled, Obtuse angled
3. Equilateral, Obtuse angled
4. Acute angled, Isosceles
A
Question 7: In the diagram the set of complementary angles is:
1. 29˚,90˚
2. 90˚
3. 61˚, 90˚
4. 29˚, 61˚
D
Question 8: The smallest ratio between 245 and 70 is ?
1. 7:2
2. 2:70
3. 35:10
4. 49:14
A
Question 9: The smallest ratio between 8 and 32 is ?
1. 1:4
2. 8:32
3. 4:16
4. 2:8
A
Question 10: The smallest ratio between 32 and 104 is ?
1. 4:13
2. 5:13
3. 2:13
4. 3:13
A
Question 11: Price of 15 balls is Rs. 300. The price of such 30 balls is Rs. 600”. Type of proportion between “number of balls” and “Price of balls” is: ?
1. Direct proportion
2. Compound proportion
3. Inverse proportion
4. Continued proportion
A
Question 12: The price 15 kg pickle is Rs. 300. What will the price of 15 3/4kg pickle ?
1. Rs. 115
2. Rs. 315
3. Rs. 340
4. Rs. 215
B
Question 13: The complementary angle of 37˚ is ?
1. 53˚
2. 143˚
3. 60˚
4. 37˚
A
Question 14: 15 machines do a piece of work in 105 days. In how many days will 35 machines do the same piece of work ?
1. 22 days
2. 35 days
3. 45 days
4. 43 days
C
Question 15: “A train covers a distance of 150km in 3 hours. The train will cover the 600km in 12 hours”. Type of proportion between “Distance covered ” and “hours” is: ?
1. Direct proportion
2. Compound proportion
3. Inverse proportion
4. Continued proportion
A
Question 16: If one angle of a triangle is 90˚, then the triangle is called:/p>
1. Right angled triangle
2. Abtuse angled triangle
3. Equilateral triangle
4. Acute angled triangle
A
Question 17: A triangle consists of ---------- parts?
1. 3
2. 8
3. 6
4. 10
A
Question 18: Average of numbers 25,30,50,is ?
1. 80
2. 35
3. 30
4. 105
B
Question 19: The set of supplementary angles is ?
1. 30˚60˚
2. 30˚, 150˚
3. 30˚, -30˚
4. 30˚, 330˚
B
Question 20: The supplementary angle of 60˚ is: ?
1. 120˚
2. 30˚
3. 300˚
B
Question 21: If 5 men can complete a piece of work in 4 days then in how many days the one man can complete the same piece of work ?
1. 4 days
2. 5 days
3. 9 days
4. 20 days
D
Question 22: If the sum of two angles is 90˚, then the angles are called ?
1. Complementary
2. Supplementary
3. Vertical
4. Interior
A
Question 23: “12 machines do a work in 84 days. 14 machines can do the same work in 72 days” Type of proportion between “number of machines ” and ”number of days” is:
1. Continued proportion
2. Compound proportion
3. Direct proportion
4. Inverse proportion
D
Question 24: If 23mm average rain fall was recorded of 4 days during the rain season in Sialkot, then what would be the total rain fall during these 4 days ?
1. 27mm
2. 19mm
3. 23mm
4. 92mm
D
Question 25: In a triangle two sides are equal, it is called:
1. Isosceles Triangle
2. Equivalent triangle
3. Acute angled triangle
4. Obtuse angles triangle
A
Question 26: 7 men can complete a work in 84 days. In how many days 21 men can complete the same piece of work ?
1. 83 days
2. 28 days
3. 82 days
4. 27 days
B
Question 27: The price of one dozen eggs is Rs.28. How many eggs can be purchased by Rs. 21 ?
1. 5 eggs
2. 9 eggs
3. 7 eggs
4. 8 eggs
B
Question 28: In triangle if two sides are equal in length, then it is called ?
1. Obtuse angled triangle
2. Acute angled triangle
3. Isosceles triangle
4. Equivalent triangle
D
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