Maths Quiz for Class 5 Unitary Method

# Maths Quiz for Class 5 Unitary Method

## Maths Quiz for Class 5 Unitary Method

In this post, you will find 20 online maths quiz questions for class 5 unitary method. Online maths quiz for class 5 unitary method will take around 15 minutes or less to complete it.

Question 1: If the cost of 1 book is ₹ 215, then the cost of 5 such books is ______________.
A) ₹ 1065
B) ₹ 1085
C) ₹ 1075
D) ₹ 1045
Explanation: The cost of 1 book = ₹ 215. Therefore, the cost of 5 books = ₹ 215 × 5 = ₹ 1075
Question 2: If the cost of 8 shirts is ₹ 3400, then the cost of 1 shirt is ______________.
A) ₹ 425
B) ₹ 420
C) ₹ 415
D) ₹ 410
Explanation: The cost of 8 shirts = ₹ 3400. Therefore, the cost of 1 shirt = ₹ 3400 ÷ 8 = ₹ 425
Question 3: If one bus can carry 45 people, then the number of people carried by 4 such buses is ___________.
A) 180 people
B) 200 people
C) 190 people
D) 160 people
Explanation: One bus can carry 45 people. Therefore, the number of people carried by 4 buses = 4 × 45 = 180 people
Question 4: There are 72 seats in one sleeper coach of a train. The number of seats in 6 such sleeper coach is _________.
A) 412 coaches
B) 432 coaches
C) 422 coaches
D) 442 coaches
Explanation: The number of seats in one coach = 72. The number of seats in 6 such sleeper coaches = 6 × 72 = 432 coaches.
Question 5: If the cost of 6 kg of mangoes is ₹ 360, then the cost of 8 kg of mangoes is ____________.
A) ₹ 460
B) ₹ 480
C) ₹ 450
D) ₹ 490
Explanation: The cost of 6 kg of mangoes = ₹ 360. Then, the cost of 1 kg of mangoes = ₹ 360 ÷ 6 = ₹ 60. Therefore, the cost of 8 kg of mangoes = ₹ 60 × 8 = ₹ 480.
Question 6: If 4 packets can hold 180 toffees, then the number of toffees in 7 such packets is ___________.
A) 300 toffees
B) 310 toffees
C) 315 toffees
D) 320 toffees
Explanation: 4 packets can hold 180 toffees. Then, the number of toffees in 1 packet = 180 ÷ 4 = 45. Therefore, the number of toffees in 7 packets = 7 × 45 = 315 toffees
Question 7: If 8 cartons can hold 120 apples, then the number of apples in 5 cartons is ____________.
A) 70 apples
B) 75 apples
C) 80 apples
D) 85 apples
Explanation: 8 cartons can hold 120 apples. Then, 1 carton can hold = 120 ÷ 8 = 15 apples. Therefore, 5 cartons can hold = 5 × 15 = 75 apples.
Question 8: If a car can travel 225 km in 5 hours, then the distance covered by the car in 9 hours at the same speed is ____________.
A) 270 km
B) 315 km
C) 360 km
D) 405 km
Explanation: A car can travel 225 km in 5 hours. Then, the distance travelled by the car in 1 hour = 225 ÷ 5 = 45 km. Therefore, the distance travelled by the car in 9 hours = 9 × 45 = 405 km.
Question 9: If a bike can travel 180 km using 3 litres of petrol, then the distance travelled by the bike using 5 litres of petrol is ___________.
A) 300 km
B) 280 km
C) 2600 km
D) 240 km
Explanation: A bike can travel 180 km using 3 litres of petrol. Then, the distance travelled by the bike using 1 litre of petrol = 180 ÷ 3 = 60 km. Therefore, the distance travelled by the bike using 5 litres of petrol = 5 × 60 = 300 km.
Question 10: If the cost of 2 wrist watches is ₹ 1800, then the cost of 8 such wrist watches is ____________.
A) ₹ 6300
B) ₹ 8100
C) ₹ 7200
D) ₹ 7000
Explanation: The cost of 2 wrist watches is ₹ 1800. Then, the cost of 1 wrist watch = ₹ 1800 ÷ 2 = ₹ 900. Therefore, the cost of 8 wrist watches = ₹ 900 × 8 = ₹ 7200
Question 11: Manoj bought 2 jeans for ₹ 3400. What is the cost of 7 such jeans?
A) ₹ 10,200
B) ₹ 11,900
C) ₹ 13,600
D) ₹ 8500
Explanation: The cost of 2 jeans = ₹ 3400. Then, the cost of 1 jeans = ₹ 3400 ÷ 2 = ₹ 1700. Therefore, the cost of 7 jeans = ₹ 1700 × 7 = ₹ 11,900.
Question 12: Suhana bought 8 nail polishes for ₹ 2000. If she wants to buy only 6 nail polishes, then how much does she need to pay?
A) ₹ 1200
B) ₹ 1500
C) ₹ 1800
D) ₹ 2000
Explanation: The cost of 8 nail polishes = ₹ 2000. Then, the cost of 1 nail polish = ₹ 2000 ÷ 8 = ₹ 250. Therefore, the cost of 6 nail polishes = ₹ 250 × 6 = ₹ 1500.
Question 13: A car consumes 4 litres of petrol for travelling 88 km. Find the quantity of petrol required to travel 132 km.
A) 6 litres
B) 5 litres
C) 7 litres
D) 8 litres
Explanation: The quantity of petrol required to travel 88 km = 4 litres. Then, the car can travel (88 ÷ 4) = 22 km using 1 litre of petrol. Therefore, the quantity of petrol required to travel 132 km = 132 ÷ 22 = 6 litres
Question 14: If 3 packets of biscuits can hold 36 biscuits, then the number of biscuits in 12 such packets is __________.
A) 108 biscuits
B) 120 biscuits
C) 132 biscuits
D) 144 biscuits
Explanation: The number of biscuits in 3 packets = 36 biscuits. Then, the number of biscuits in 1 packet = 36 ÷ 3 = 12 biscuits. Therefore, the number of biscuits in 12 packets = 12 × 12 = 144 biscuits
Question 15: If 8 metres of clothes is required to stitch 4 shirts, then the clothes required to stitch 10 shirts is ___________.
A) 40 metres
B) 30 metres
C) 20 metres
D) 25 metres
Explanation: 4 shirts required 8 metres of clothes. Then, 1 shirt required (8 ÷ 4) = 2 metres. Therefore, the clothes required to stitch 10 shirts = 2 × 10 = 20 metres.
Question 16: If a train can travel 260 km in 4 hours, then the train can travel 780 km, at the same speed, in ____________.
A) 10 hours
B) 12 hours
C) 13 hours
D) 14 hours
Explanation: A train can travel 260 km in 4 hours. Then, the train can travel in 1 hour = 260 ÷ 4 = 65 km. Therefore, the time taken to travel 780 km = 780 ÷ 65 = 12 hours.
Question 17: If a tractor consumes 10 litres of diesel to plough 2 acres of land, then the quantity of diesel required to plough 5 acres of land is __________.
A) 25 litres
B) 30 litres
C) 15 litres
D) 20 litres
Explanation: Diesel required to plough 2 acres of land = 10 litres. Then, diesel required to plough 1 acre of land = 10 ÷ 2 = 5 litres. Therefore, diesel required to plough 5 acres of land = 5 × 5 = 25 litres.
Question 18: If Raj can read 6 pages in 30 minutes, then how many pages can he read in 10 minutes?
A) 4 pages
B) 3 pages
C) 2 pages
D) 1 page
Explanation: Raj can read 6 pages in 30 minutes. Time taken to read 1 page = 30 ÷ 6 = 5 minutes. Therefore, the number of pages read in 10 minutes = 10 ÷ 5 = 2 pages.
Question 19: A mason can build 6 metres of wall in 2 days. How much time will he take to build 15 metres of wall?
A) 6 days
B) 5 days
C) 4 days
D) 3 days
Explanation: A mason can build 6 metres of wall in 2 hours. Then, in 1 hour, he can build (6 ÷ 2) = 3 metres of wall. Therefore, the time taken to build 15 metres of wall = 15 ÷ 3 = 5 days.
Question 20: Riya bought 6 packets of chips for ₹ 90. How many packets of chips can she buy for ₹ 150?
A) 8 packets
B) 9 packets
C) 10 packets
D) 11 packets
Explanation: The cost of 6 packets of chips = ₹ 90. Then, the cost of 1 packet of chips = ₹ 90 ÷ 6 = ₹ 15. Therefore, the number of packets purchased by using ₹ 150 = ₹ 150 ÷ ₹ 15 = 10 packets.

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