**Mental Maths
for Class 5**

**Mental Maths
for class 5** covers
every type of mental maths questions for class 5 students. It is very helpful
to sharp the mind of class 5 students.

The mental maths
for class 5 covers the following topics:

- Large
Numbers
- Addition
and subtraction
- Multiplication
- Division
- Shapes
- Patterns
and symmetry
- Perimeter
and area
- Money

- Mental Maths for Class 1
- Mental Maths for Class 2
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- Mental Maths for Class 5
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- Mental Maths for Class 7
- Mental Maths for Class 8

**Mental Maths
for Class 5**

1. Find the
largest 7-digit number that can be rounded off as 75,16,000 to the nearest
1000.

2. Form the greatest and smallest 7-digit numbers by
using the digits 6, 8, 3, 1, 0, 7 and 2 only once, and keeping 2 at the
thousands place.

3. Write five 8-digit numbers by using the digits 9, 6, 3, 5, 1,
4, 7, 8 and arrange the numbers in descending order.

4. Write in words: 8,27,782 ___________________________________

5. Write in numerals. Eight crore sixty lakh sixty-five

__________________________________________________________

6. Write the smallest and the largest number that
you can form using the digits 6, 2, 3, 7, 0, 9 and 5.

7. 12,20,180 people visited a museum in one year.
Round it off to the nearest 100.

8. CDLX in Roman numerals is ____________ in the
Hindu-Arabic numerals.

9. Compare the following numbers
using <, > or = symbol.

a.** **38,78,102 ___________
2,00,02,581

b.** **1,88,88,819 ____________ 1,79,99,999

10. Solve the following and write the answer in Roman numerals.

a. CXXIV + CXX: __________

b. LXXV – XVIII: __________

11. Add the following.

a. 40102030 + 18070605

b. 45930000 + 10003527

12. Subtract the following.

a. 100000000 – 99999999

b. 100000000 – 12345678

13. Find the sum of 26,34,52, 32,92,582 and
10,03,851. How much is this sum less than 1 crore?

14. Subtract 92,93,815 from the smallest 8-digit
number.

15. Multiply.

a.** **7253 by 100

b.** **3084 by 1000

16. Divide and find the quotient and remainder.

a.** **14355 ÷ 100

b.** **11130 ÷ 1000

17. Fill in the blanks.

a.** **78279 ×
___________________ = 78279

b.** **3875 × 100 =
___________________

c.** **97825 ÷ ___________________ = 1

18. By which number 100 must be multiplied to get the product
64800?

19. Find the average of the first 10 even numbers.

20. Find the average of the first five multiples
of 6.

21. Find the smallest prime factor of
187.

22. Determine whether 7 is a factor of 2395.

23. Write all the prime numbers between 10 and 40.

24. Which of
the following are coprime?

a. 5, 19 b. 16, 18 c. 3, 25 d. 11, 48

25. Write 16,
36, 42 and 28 as the sum of two prime numbers.

26. Find the
prime factors of 45, 121 and 72.

27. Check
whether 25782 is divisible by 3 or not.

28. Draw the
factor tree of 42, 70, 28 and 110.

29. Check if
35724 is divisible by 3 and 4. If yes, can we say it is also divisible by 6?

30. Check if 572972 is divisible by 18 or not.

31. The multiplicative inverse of ¾ is ……………………..

32. The simplest form of 12/18 is ……………………

33. How many halves are there in 4?

34. How many quarters are there in 5?

35. ½ × 26 = ………………..

36. ¾ × 32 = ………………..

37. ¼ + ½ = ………………..

38. ¾ – ½ = ………………..

39. Mixed fraction of 45/6 is ……………….

40. Three-eighths of sixteen is …………………………

41. Convert the following fractions
into decimals.

a. 9/10 b. 275/100

42. Convert the following decimals into fractions.

a. 8.5 b.
4.2

43. Arrange in ascending order.

a. 41.21, 41.12, 41.012, 411.2

b. 8.71, 8.7, 8.8, 8.07

44. Arrange in descending order.

a. 15.3, 16.5, 15.8, 16.7

b. 1.02, 1.2, 1.002, 1.21

45. Add the following:

a. 4.85 + 14.12

b. 31.2 + 27.7

c. 5.45 + 3.02 + 8.009

d. 7.946 + 14.36 + 22.9

46. Subtract the following:

a. 4.8 – 2.712

b. 10 – 7.257

47. 98.4 × 88 × 0 × 12.45 = ………………..

48. 9486.835 ÷ 100 = ………………..

49. Find the product.

a. 7.12 × 10 b.
13.15 × 100

50. Divide the following:

a. 25.32 ÷ 10 b. 78.13 ÷ 100

51. 74 km = …………….. m

52. 47.4 m = ………….. cm

53. 36 hg = ………….. g

54. 56.2 dg = ……………. Mg

55. 38 L = ……………. cL

56. 83.1 dL = ………….. mL

57. Choose the correct answer to make
the following statements meaningful. a. The weight of a book is about 500 g /
500 kg.

b. The weight of a bike is about 200 g / 200 kg.

58. Write the next two numbers in the following sequence.

a. 3, 6, 10, 15, _______ , _______

b. 7, 17, 27, 37, _______ , _______

c. 2, 5, 10, 17, _______ , _______

d. 2, 5, 10, 50, _______ , _______

59. Find the twenty-third triangular number.

60. Find the fifty-sixth square number.

61. The length of the fence of a square field of
side 9 m is ……………………

62. Find the side of the square, whose
perimeter is given below:

a. P = 40 cm b. P = 24 m c. P = 4.8 m

63. The length of a carpet is 4.3 m and the
breadth is 3.7 m. What will be its perimeter?

64. Find the measure of the side of a
square, if its area is

a. 36 sq. cm b. 49 sq. m c. 64 sq. cm

65. What will be the area of a bed whose length
is 2.5 m and breadth is 1.5 m?

66. Find the length of a ribbon to be
pasted around a picture of length 50 cm and breadth 40 cm. Find the area of the
picture also.

67. What is the area of the glass needed to cover a photograph of length
35 cm and breadth 20 cm?

68. What is the area of a wall of length 15 m and
breadth 10 m? Also find its perimeter.

69. Find the volume of the cube whose dimensions
are given below.

a. 8 cm b. 12 cm c. 16 m

70. Find the volume of the cuboid whose
dimensions are given below.

a. 6 cm by 5 cm by 4 cm

b. 10 cm by 9 cm by 5 cm

71. Convert into hours.

a. 9 days b. 14 days c. 24 days 8 hours

72. Convert the following into days
and hours.

a. 82 hours b. 152 hours c. 243 hours

73. Find the time duration for the following activities.

a. Starting time = 3:20 a.m.

Finishing time = 10:15 a.m.

b. Starting time = 4:26 p.m.

Finishing time = 11:34 p.m.

74. Convert the following temperatures into Fahrenheit scale.

a. 35°C b. 45°C c. 100°C

75. Convert the following temperatures into Celsius scale.

a. 122 °F b. 158°F c. 176°F

76. Atul bought a refrigerator for Rs 15740 and
sold it for Rs 16280. What is his profit or loss?

77. If the selling price of a video game is Rs
700 and profit is Rs 200, then find the cost price of the video game.

78. Cost price of 1 dozen pens is Rs 120 and
profit made on selling them is Rs 20. Find their selling price.

79. The cost of 7 pencil boxes is Rs 777.
What will be the cost of 11 such pencil boxes?

80. 4 cartons can hold 80 mangoes. How many
mangoes can 15 cartons hold?

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