**MCQ Questions for Class 4 Maths with Answers**

**MCQ
Questions for Class 4 Maths**
play a vital role to prepare for a competitive examination. CBSE board has also
brought a major change in its board exam patterns. Now-a-days, a total of 10
MCQs questions are asked in the class 10 board examination.

In the most of
the competitive examinations, only MCQ questions are asked. So, for getting
ready for the competitive examinations in future, we have to practise for MCQ
questions. It strengthens the critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

In future, if you
want to prepare for competitive examination and crack it, then you should focus
on the MCQ questions. In this post, you will find the **MCQ questions for
class 4 maths with answers**.

**MCQ Questions for Class 4 Maths Chapter 1
Large Numbers**

**1. **The place value of 6 in 5,69,385 is
__________.

a. 600

b. 6000

c. 60,000

d. 6,00,000

**2.** The short form of 40,000 + 300 + 1 is __________.

a. 40,301

b. 43,001

c. 4,301

d. 4,30,001

**3.** The face value of 7 in 72,453 is _________.

a. 70,000

b. 700

c. 70

d. 7

**4.** Which of the following is the largest number?

a. 5,09,743

b. 5,10,925

c. 5,07,182

d. 5,10,099

**5.** Which of the following is the smallest number?

a. 2,08,471

b. 7,20,985

c. 2,07,432

d. 7,10,193

**6.** The smallest number formed using the digits 7, 3, 0, 9, 1 and 2
is _________.

a. 1,02,379

b. 1,20,379

c. 1,02,739

d. 1,02,397

**7.** The largest number formed using the digits 4, 1, 0, 5, 8 and 9 is
_________.

a. 9,01,854

b. 9,85,410

c. 9,58,410

d. 9,84,510

**8.** The number 5,29,521 rounded off to the nearest 1000 is _________.

a. 5,29,000

b. 5,29,600

c. 5,30,000

d. 5,30,600

**9.** The number 8,24,950 rounded off to the nearest 100 is _________.

a. 8,24,900

b. 8,25,000

c. 8,24,000

d. 8,25,900

**10.** Roman numeral for 97 is _________.

a. CIIIX

b. XCVI

c. VCII

d. XCVII

**11.** The Hindu-Arabic numeral for LXXXIX is _________.

a. 89

b. 79

c. 69

d. 99

**12.** The sum of XLII and XLIV is _________.

a. LXXXIV

b. LXXXII

c. LXXXVI

d. LXXXVIII

**MCQ Questions for Class 4 Maths Chapter 2
Addition and Subtraction**

**13.** The sum of 7,23,581 and 2,75,106 is ___________.

a. 9,98,687

b. 9,98,867

c. 9,98,678

d. 9,89,687

**14.** The difference between 9,99,999 and 1,23,456 is ___________.

a. 8,67,543

b. 8,76,453

c. 8,76,534

d. 8,76,543

**15.** The sum of 2,04,718 and 0 is ___________.

a. 2,04,718

b. 0

c. 1

d. 2

**16.** The difference between 5,78,012 and 1 is ___________.

a. 5,78,012

b. 5,78,011

c. 5,78,013

d. 0

**17.** The estimated sum of 75,384 and 3,65,183 to the nearest 100 is
___________.

a. 4,41,600

b. 4,40,500

c. 4,40,600

d. 4,40,400

**18.** The estimated difference between 8,35,486 and 5,12,864 to the
nearest 1000 is ___________.

a. 3,22,000

b. 3,22,100

c. 3,23,000

d. 3,21,000

**19.** 5,98,351 – 5,98,351 = ___________.

a. 5,98,351

b. 5,98,350

c. 1

d. 0

**20.** 1,68,593 + 3,57,486 = ___________.

a. 5,26,089

b. 5,26,079

c. 5,26,179

d. 5,25,079

**21.** 9,21,735 – 4,65,396 = ___________.

a. 4,56,339

b. 4,56,349

c. 4,56,329

d. 4,56,239

**22.** In a city, there
are 84,415 men, 69,327 women and 36,428 children. How many people in all live
in the city?

a. 1,90,171

b. 1,90,160

c. 1,90,170

d. 1,90,070

**23.** Out of 2,26,438
people who visited Marina Beach last year, 92,564 were Indian visitors. How
many were foreign tourists?

a. 1,33,875

b. 1,33,873

c. 1,33,874

d. 1,33,864

**24.** There are 56,254
red and blue ribbons. If 23,645 ribbons are blue in colour, estimate the number
of red ribbons to the nearest 1000.

a. 32,000

b. 33,000

c. 31,000

d. 31,900

**25.** 5,98,021 +
_________ = 3,29,150 + 5,98,021

a. 5,98,021

b. 3,29,150

c. 1

d. 0

**MCQ Questions for Class 4 Maths Chapter 3
Multiplication**

**26.** 35,428 × 0 =
________

a. 35,428

b. 35,429

c. 1

d. 0

**27.** 832 × 1000 =
________

a. 8,32,000

b. 83,200

c. 832

d. 0

**28.** 2765 × 100 =
________

a. 2,76,500

b. 27,650

c. 2765

d. 0

**29.** 462 × 201 =
________

a. 92,852

b. 92,762

c. 93,862

d. 92,862

**30.** 45,904 × 1 =
________

a. 45,914

b. 45,903

c. 45,904

d. 45,905

**31.** There are 365
days in a year. How many days will be there in 12 years?

a. 4370 days

b. 4380 days

c. 4280 days

d. 4180 days

**32.** If
there are 243 rows with 108 books in each row, then the estimated number of
books by rounding off to the nearest 10 is __________.

a. 26,400 books

b. 26,300 books

c. 26,500 books

d. 26,200 books

**33.** If a petrol pump
sells 3215 L of petrol in a day, then how much petrol will it sell in one week?

a. 22,515 L

b. 22,405 L

c. 22,505 L

d. 23,505 L

**MCQ Questions for Class 4 Maths Chapter 4
Division**

**34.** When 9873 is
divided by 9, the quotient is ______.

a. 1097

b. 1096

c. 1095

d. 1094

**35.** When 8546 is
divided by 15, the remainder is ______.

a. 14

b. 13

c. 12

d. 11

**36.** When 64800 is
divided by 100, the quotient is ______.

a. 647

b. 648

c. 646

d. 645

**37.** When 24,543 is
divided by 1000, the remainder is ______.

a. 54

b. 43

c. 543

d. 24

**38.** _________
÷ 100 gives Quotient = 15 and Remainder = 34.

a. 1534

b. 134

c. 534

d. 15034

**39.** 7921
÷ 1 = _______.

a. 0

b. 7921

c. 1

d. 7922

**40.** If ₹ 84315
is distributed among 15 children, then each child will get ______.

a. 5620

b. 5622

c. 5623

d. 5621

**41.** A box contains
572 g of sugar. If we need 12 equal servings of sugar, then the estimated
amount of sugar in each serving rounded off to the nearest 10 is _______.

a. 57

b. 56

c. 55

d. 570

**MCQ Questions for Class 4 Maths Chapter 5
Factors and Multiples**

**42.** Which of the
following is not a factor of 64?

a. 2

b. 4

c. 3

d. 8

**43.** Which of the
following is not a multiple of 7?

a. 56

b. 76

c. 35

d. 63

**44.** The HCF of 28
and 44 is _______.

a. 1

b. 2

c. 4

d. 6

**45.** The HCF of 12,
30 and 42 is _______.

a. 6

b. 3

c. 2

d. 12

**46.** The LCM of 45
and 60 is _______.

a. 120

b. 150

c. 90

d. 180

**47.** The LCM of 24,
18 and 30 is _______.

a. 180

b. 720

c. 360

d. 540

**48.** Which of the
following is not divisible by 5?

a. 3745

b. 4873

c. 1935

d. 5295

**MCQ Questions for Class 4 Maths Chapter 6
Fractions**

**49.** The equivalent
fraction of 3/7 is _____.

a. 6/16

b. 9/21

c. 9/28

d. 6/21

**50.** The simplest
form of the fraction 24/32 is _____.

a. 12/16

b. 6/8

c. 3/4

d. 2/3

**51.** The like
fraction for 2/9 is _____.

a. 4/9

b. 1/8

c. 9/4

d. 2/7

**52.** Which of the
following fractions is the greatest?

a. 4/11

b. 3/11

c. 8/11

d. 9/11

**53.** Which of the
following fractions is the smallest?

a. 1/7

b. 3/7

c. 4/7

d. 2/7

**54.** The sum of 3/8
and 5/8 is ______.

a. 7/8

b. 1

c. 5/8

d. 3/8

**55.** The difference
between 9/13 and 4/13 is ______.

a. 7/13

b. 6/13

c. 5/13

d. 4/13

**56.** The improper
fraction for 2^{4}/_{5} is ______.

a. 12/5

b. 14/5

c. 11/5

d. 13/5

**MCQ Questions for Class 4 Maths Chapter 7 The
World of Shapes**

**57. **The number of sides in a quadrilateral
is ______.

a. 3

b. 4

c. 5

d. 6

**58. **If the diameter of a circle is 18 cm
long, then its radius measures ______.

a. 9

b. 8

c. 7

d. 6

**59. **If the radius of a circle is 5 cm
long, then its diameter measures ______.

a. 7

b. 8

c. 9

d. 10

**60. **How many faces are there in a cuboid?

a. 5

b. 8

c. 6

d. 12

**61. **How many edges are there in a cube?

a. 6

b. 8

c. 10

d. 12

**62. **How many vertices are there in a cone?

a. 1

b. 4

c. 6

d. 8

**63. **How many squares are there in tangram
pieces?

a. 4

b. 3

c. 2

d. 1

**MCQ Questions for Class 4 Maths Chapter 8
Patterns and Symmetry**

**64. **How many lines of symmetry are there
in a rectangle?

a. 1

b. 2

c. 3

d. 4

**65. **2, 5, 8, 11, 14, _____.

a. 15

b. 16

c. 17

d. 18

**66. **9, 18, 27, 36, ___, 54, 63.

a. 45

b. 44

c. 43

d. 42

**67. **85, 80, 75, 70, 65, _____.

a. 55

b. 60

c. 50

d. 45

**68. **123, 234, 345, 456, _____.

a. 555

b. 444

c. 566

d. 567

**MCQ Questions for Class 4 Maths Chapter 9
Metric Measures**

**69. **12 km = _____.

a. 120 m

b. 1200 m

c. 12000 m

d. 120000 m

**70. **3486 cm = 34 m ___ cm.

a. 48 cm

b. 348 cm

c. 86 cm

d. 486 cm

**71. **12 m 15 cm + 15 m 12 cm = _______.

a. 27 m 27 cm

b. 27 m 15 cm

c. 12 m 27 cm

d. 15 m 27 cm

**72. **76 km 546 m – 24 km 120 m = _______.

a. 52 km 420 m

b. 53 km 426 m

c. 54 km 426 m

d. 52 km 426 m

**73. **43 kg 304 g + 35 kg 243 g = _______.

a. 78 kg 557 g

b. 78 kg 547 g

c. 78 kg 567 g

d. 78 kg 447 g

**74. **A family consumes 285 L 536 mL of
water in a day, while another family consumes 245 L 634 mL of water. The total
water consumed by both the families is ________.

a. 531 L 170 mL

b. 531 L 107 mL

c. 531 L 17 mL

d. 531 L 70 mL

**MCQ Questions for Class 4 Maths Chapter 10
Perimeter and Area**

**75. **The perimeter of a rectangle with
dimensions 8 cm by 6 cm is _______.

a. 14 cm

b. 24 cm

c. 28 cm

d. 26 cm

**76. **The perimeter of a square with side 7
cm is _______.

a. 21 cm

b. 28 cm

c. 35 cm

d. 42 cm

**77. **The area of a rectangle with
dimensions 12 cm by 10 cm is _______.

a. 22 cm^{2}

b. 44 cm^{2}

c. 88 cm^{2}

d. 120 cm^{2}

**78. **The area of a square with side 9 cm is
_______.

a. 81 cm^{2}

b. 36 cm^{2}

c. 54 cm^{2}

d. 45 cm^{2}

**79. **The area of a square is 36 cm^{2}.
Each side of the square measures _______.

a. 4 cm

b. 5 cm

c. 6 cm

d. 7 cm

**80. **The area of a rectangle is 96 cm^{2}.
If the length is 12 cm, then its breadth is _______.

a. 6 cm

b. 8 cm

c. 10 cm

d. 9 cm

**MCQ Questions for Class 4 Maths Chapter 11
Time**

**81. **The time 14:30 hours in 12-hour clock
is ______.

a. 2:30 p.m.

b. 2:30 a.m.

c. 14:30 p.m.

d. 1:30 p.m.

**82. **The time 6.15 p.m. in 24-hour clock is
______.

a. 12:15 hours

b. 16:15 hours

c. 18:15 hours

d. 17:15 hours

**83. **Shweta left for her office at 8:45
a.m. and reached at 9:55 a.m. How much time did she take to reach her office?

a. 2:10 hours

b. 1:15 hours

c. 1:50 hours

d. 1:10 hours

**84. **Rohan’s father left for Mumbai on 15th
July and returned on 25th July. How many days did he stay there?

a. 10 days

b. 11 days

c. 12 days

d. 9 days

**85. **Which of the following is not a leap
year?

a. 2032

b. 2100

c. 2048

d. 2064

**MCQ Questions for Class 4 Maths Chapter 12
Money**

**86. **The sum of ₹ 120.25 and ₹ 245.50 is
_______.

a. ₹ 345.75

b. ₹ 355.75

c. ₹ 365.75

d. ₹ 375.75

**87. **The difference between ₹ 475.75 and ₹
132.30 is _______.

a. ₹ 343.45

b. ₹ 353.45

c. ₹ 363.45

d. ₹ 373.45

**88. **The product of ₹ 225.25 and 8 is
_______.

a. ₹ 1802.75

b. ₹ 1802.25

c. ₹ 1802.50

d. ₹ 1802.00

**89. **₹ 210.25 ÷ 5 is _______.

a. ₹ 42.15

b. ₹ 42.25

c. ₹ 42.35

d. ₹ 42.05

**90. **If the cost of one table
fan is ₹ 2435, then the cost of 8 similar table fans is ________.

a. ₹ 19,460

b. ₹ 19,480

c. ₹ 19,470

d. ₹ 19,450

**MCQ Questions for Class 4 Maths Chapter 13
Data Handling**

**91. **The space between the
two bars in a bar graph ________.

a. changes every time

b. remains the same

c. may change

d. none of these

**92. **In a pie chart of
food items, an item represents 50% of the circle. If the pie chart is made for 60
children, then how many children like that food item?

a. 30 children

b. 40 children

c. 15 children

d. 50 children

**ANSWERS**

1.
c 2. a

3.
d 4. b

5.
c 6. a

7.
b 8. c

9.
b 10. d

11.
a 12. c

13.
a 14. d

15.
a 16. b

17.
c 18. a

19.
d 20. b

21.
a 22. c

23.
c 24. a

25.
b 26. d

27.
a 28. a

29.
d 30. c

31.
b 32. a

33.
c 34. a

35.
d 36. b

37.
c 38. a

39.
b 40. d

41.
a 42. c

43.
b 44. c

45.
a 46. d

47.
c 48. b

49.
b 50. c

51.
a 52. d

53.
a 54. b

55.
c 56. b

57.
b 58. a

59.
d 60. c

61.
d 62. a

63.
d 64. b

65.
c 66. a

67.
b 68. d

69.
c 70. c

71.
a 72. d

73.
b 74. a

75.
c 76. b

77.
d 78. a

79.
c 80. b

81.
a 82. c

83.
d 84. a

85.
b 86. c

87.
a 88. d

89.
c 90. b

91.
b 92. a

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