Maths Class 4th

101. When adding two numbers if the sequence of the number is changed and the sum remains the same. This is called:

A) Identity Property of Addition

B) Commutative Property of Addition

C) Transverse Property of Addition

D) Unit Property of Addition

102. 2+5 = 5+2. This is an example of:

A) Identity Property of Addition

B) Commutative Property of Addition

C) Transverse Property of Addition

D) Unit Property of Addition

103. (2+5)+3 = 2+(5+3). This is an example of:

A) Identity Property of Addition

B) Commutative Property of Addition

C) Associative Property of Addition

D) Unit Property of Addition

104. Associative Property of Addition cannot be applied to fractions.

A) True

B) False

105. A Farmer sowed wheat in ½ part of a field and rice in 1/8 part. In how much more part of the field did he sow wheat than rice.

A) ½

B) 1/3

C) 3/8

D) 4/5

106. What is the 1st step of subtracting unlike fractions:

A) Changing the unlike fractions to an equivalent fraction

B) Multiplying the  fractions

C) Finding the LCM

D) Subtracting the result like fraction

107. Solve 5/8 – 1/6

A) 4/2

B) 6/2

C) 4/24

D) None of the above

108. Najma has ½ inches of pink ribbon. Sophia has 3/8 purple ribbon. How much more ribbon Najma has than Sophia.

A) 3/8

B) ½

C) 4/16

D) 1/8

109. During Multiplication of fractions we multiply the whole number with:

A) Numerator

B) Denominator

C) Both A and B

D) None of the above

110. During the multiplication of fractions the denominator remains same.

A) True

B) False

111. 5x ¾ =

A) 15/20

B) 15/4

C) 3  ¾

D) 3/20

112. We can use the word ‘ of ‘ to show ______.

A) Addition

B) Subtraction

C) Multiplication

D) Division

113. During multiplication of fractions we do which of the following: A) Multiplying the Numerators with each other

A) Multiplying the Numerators with each other

B) Multiplying the denominators with each other

C) Both A and B

D) None of the above

114. ¾ x 2/9

A) 6/ 13

B) 5/ 13

C) 1/6

D) None of the above

115. Shahid plaxed 5 ¼ tiles together to from the width of a path in his garden. Each tile is 9 1/3 inches wide. What is the width of the path.

A) 20

B) 30

C) 34

D) 49

116. The product of two numbers remains the same if their sequence is changed. This property is called the:

A) Associative Property of Multiplication

B) Transverse Property of Multiplication

C) Identity Property of Multiplication

D) Commutative Property of Multiplication

117. The commutative property of multiplication applies to fractions as well.

A) True

B) False

118. (1/2 x 1/3) x ¼ = ½ x (1x3 x ¼). This is an example of:

A) Associative Property of Multiplication

B) Transverse Property of Multiplication

C) Identity Property of Multiplication

D) Commutative Property of Multiplication

119. Nasir went for a walk. He covered ¾ km in 15 minutes. How much distance he cover in one minute.

A) 1/3

B) ¼

C) 1/20

D) None of the above

120. Fractions represent part of unit.

A) True

B) False