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To read a large number easily, we split the number into groups. We separate the groups by using comma or a space between them. The grouping of places is done from the right. The first group is ones group it has 3 places from the right. The second and the third group

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We have already learnt numbers upto 9999. The greatest 4-digit number is 9999. If we add 1 to 9999 we get 10000 the smallest 5-digit number. We read 10000 as ten thousand. The greatest 5-digit number is 99999. Let us form 10000 with blocks of thousand each as shown below.

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Practice the questions given in the worksheet on knowing four digit numbers. The questions are based on expanded form of a number, short form of a number, successor & predecessor of a number, forming greatest & smallest number, arranging in ascending or descending order and

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Practice the questions given in the 4th Grade Roman Numerals Worksheet. The questions are based on Roman numerals, Hindu-Arabic numerals and rules to write Roman numerals. I. Write the Roman numerals for each of the following Hindu – Arabic numerals:

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Practice the questions given in the worksheet on Roman symbols. The questions are based on Roman symbols and rules to write Roman numbers. I. Express as Hindu-Arabic numerals: (i) IV (ii) IX (iii) XIV (iv) XIX (v) VI (vi) XXXI (vii) III (viii) XIII (ix) VIII (x) XXIX

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Practice the worksheet on roman numerals or numbers. This sheet will encourage the students to practice about the symbols for roman numerals and their values. Write the number for the following: (a) VII (b) IX (c) XI (d) XIV (e) XIX (f) XXVII (g) XXIX (h) XII

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Do we know from where Roman symbols came? In Rome, people wanted to use their own symbols to express various numbers. These symbols, used by Romans, are known as Roman symbols, Romans used only seven symbols V, X, L, C, D, M to express different numbers.

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In 5th grade Pattern worksheet, students can practice the questions on shapes and patterns. The questions are based on progressive patterns, number patterns, triangular numbers patterns, square numbers patterns.

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A pattern that increases or decreases in two or more ways are called progressive patterns. These patterns are combination of more than one change. It can very in combination of size, color and value.

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Let us consider the following series of numbers. 1, 3, 6, 10, 15, 21, …. If we represent each number of above series by a dot and arrange them in such a way that they make a triangle. Such numbers are known as triangular numbers. Look at the following arrangements of dots.

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We will learn Patterns in Square Numbers: Math Patterns. Let us consider the following series of numbers. 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, … If we represent each number of above series by a dot and arrange them in such a way that they make a square. Such numbers are known as square numbers

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In math patterns we need to find the next counting numbers in the series to maintain an order. We need to find the exact missing number that from the group of numbers. The counting numbers may be counting up or counting down. We need to find the missing numbers that

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Concept of pattern will help us to learn the basic number patterns and table patterns. Animals such as all cows, all lions, all dogs and all other animals have dissimilar features. All mangoes have similar features and shapes. Leaves of the same tree have similar pattern of

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In 5th grade data handling worksheet, students can practice the questions on bar graph, line graph and pie chart. We represent the data in many ways. A graph is a pictorial representation of information. In pictograph the information is presented by using a picture as symbol

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The pie chart is a pictorial representation of data relative to a whole. Each portion in the circle represent an element of the collected data. The pie chart represents the composition of various elements in a whole. The total value of the pie chart is always 100%.

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Bar graphs are used to compare changes between different groups. Line graphs are used to compare two variables. The data which changes over a period of time can be displayed through a line graph. In line graph: ● Points are plotted on the graph related to two variables

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Double bar Graph helps us to compare two data groups. For example the graph given below compares the number of boys and girls in classes I – V. Solve examples on Double bar Graph Observe the graph and answer the questions given below. Answer the given questions

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We learn how to represent the data on the bar graph. Data can be represented by bars (like rectangle) whose lengths represent numerical values. One can use horizontal or vertical bars. Instead of rectangles one way even use line segments in such graphs.

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Pictograph: Any information represented through pictures is called pictograph. Collection and Recording of Data: There are different ways of collecting and recording of information (data). We shall take up two examples of collection of data.

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In 5th grade time worksheet, students can practice the questions on units for measuring time. The questions are based on convert the time, addition of time, subtraction of time, elapsed time, Word problems on time.

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In 5th grade percentage worksheet, students can practice the questions on percentage. The questions are based on convert percentages to fractions, convert percentages to decimals, convert fractions to percentages, convert decimals to percentages, find the percentage of

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Word problems on percentage will help us to solve various types of problems related to percentage. Follow the procedure to solve similar type of percent problems. 1. In an exam Ashley secured 332 marks. If she secured 83 % makes, find the maximum marks.

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Practice the questions given in the worksheet on percentage of a number. We know, to find the percent of a number we obtain the given number and then multiply the number by the required percent i.e., x % of a = x/100 × a 1. Find the following: (i) 22 % of 140

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In worksheet on percent problems we will practice various types of questions on calculating percentage problems. To answer the questions review application of percentage before practicing the sheet. Fill in the blanks:(i)The symbol of percent is … (ii)The word ‘cent’ means …

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What is 18% of 500? 18% of 500 represent 18 parts out of hundred, so 18% of 500 represents 18 parts for each hundred which is 18 + 18 + 18 + 18 + 18 = 90. Thus, 18% of 500 = 90 So, 18% of 500 = \(\frac{18}{100}\) × 500 = 18 × 5 = 90. To find the percent of a given number

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How to convert a decimal into percentage? We will follow the following steps for converting a decimal into a percentage: Step I: Obtain the number in decimal form. Step II: Multiply the number in decimal form by 100 and put percent sign (%)

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To convert a fraction into a percent, we multiply the given fraction by 100 and add the percent symbol after the product. Let us consider how to change a fraction to a percent (i) 42/100 = 42% (ii) 73/100 = 73% (iii) 6/100 = 6%

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To convert a percentage into a fraction, place the given number over 100 and reduce it to its lowest term. Consider the following example: (i) 20% [We know % = 1/100]

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How to convert a given percentage into decimal? We will follow the following steps for converting a percentage into a decimal: Step I: Obtain the percentage which is to be converted into decimal Step II: Remove the percentage sign (%) and divide it by 100.

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A fraction with denominator 100 is called percentage and is denoted by the symbol %. In our daily life, we see a lot of statements with numbers followed by a symbol %. A number followed by % is called a percentage or percent. The term percent comes from the Latin phrase per

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In worksheet on interpreting a calendar, all grade students can practice the questions on calendar. This exercise sheet on interpreting a calendar can be practiced by the students to get more ideas to find the leap year. 1. How many months are there having (i) 31 days

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Sometimes we want to find out the duration of an activity. We can calculate the duration or time elapsed if we know the starting and finishing time. For example, if the bus starts at 9:00 a.m. and reaches the school at 9:30 a.m. the time taken by the bus to reach school is

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Practice the questions given in the worksheet on word problems on measurement of time. The questions are based on addition and subtraction of hours, minutes and seconds separately. 1. A bus leaves for Rampur at 4:30 p.m. It takes 1 hr. 25 min. to reach there.

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We will learn how to multiplication and division of units of time. 1. Multiply 9 hours 10 minutes by 6 Solution: First multiply minutes 10 × 6 = 60 minutes = 1 hour We carry 1 hour to hour column and write 0 in minutes column. Now, multiply hours, 9 × 6 + 1 = 55 Write 55 in

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Practice the questions given in the worksheet on subtraction of hours, minutes and seconds. Note: Here we need to subtract the hours, minutes and seconds separately. Find the difference of the following: 1. 84 hr. 37 min. 29 sec. - 4 hr. 29 min. 18 sec. 2. 3 hr. 28 min.

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Practice the questions given in the worksheet on addition of hours, minutes and seconds. Note: Here we need to add the hours, minutes and seconds separately. Find the sum of the following: 1. 3 hr. 17 min. 24 sec. + 4 hr. 32 min. 14 sec. 2. 6 hr. 10 min. 31 sec.

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We will learn how to addition and subtraction of units of time. 1. Add 25 minutes 45 seconds and 15 minutes 25 seconds. Solution: First add the seconds 45 + 25 = 70 seconds Convert 70 seconds into minutes and seconds 70 seconds = 60 seconds + 10 seconds Carry 1 minute to

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Units of time conversion chart are discussed here in hour, minute, second, day, week, month, and year. We know that there are 12 months in a year. The months of January, March, May, July, August, October and December have 31 days. The months of April, June, September and

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In worksheet on units of time, all grade students can practice the questions on units for measuring time. This exercise sheet on units of time have different units like second, minute, hour, day, week, month and year that can be practiced by the students to get more ideas to

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In 5th Grade Measurement Worksheet we will solve how to convert metric units, compare the measurements and word problems on measurements. I. Convert the following: (i) 1 kilogram = …. hectogram (ii) 1 hectogram = …decigram (iii) 1 centigram = …decameter (iv) 1 decimeter

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Practice the questions given in the worksheet on word problems on measurement. 1. Rachel has a rope of length 40 m. She gave 12 m 53 cm to Sam, 18 m 35 cm to Ron and 9 m 7 cm to Jack. What length of rope is still left with Rachel?

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Practice the questions given in the worksheet on division of metric measures. Metric measures are divided in the same way as we divide ordinary numbers. I. Divide the following: (i) 6 g 9 dg 7 cg 5 mg by 3 (ii) 4 kl 2 hl 5 dal 4 l by 2 (iii) 7 l 3 dl 6 cl 5 ml by 5

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Practice the questions given in the worksheet on multiplication of metric measures. Metric measures are multiplied in the same way as we multiply ordinary numbers. I. Find the product of the following: (i) 5 kg 2 hg 7 dag 9 g × 3 (ii) 4 kl 3 hl 8 dal 7 l × 9

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We will learn how to multiply and divide of units of measurement. We carry out multiplication and division of measurements as we do for decimal numbers: 1. Multiply 12 km 56 m by 7. Solution: 12 km 56 m = 12.056 m Hence, 12.056 × 7 = 84.392 km 2. Multiply 44 dam 28 cm by 12

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Worksheet on addition and subtraction of units of measurement we will solve different types of questions on mixed measurement. Here we will solve addition of lengths, addition of mass or addition of weights, addition of volumes, subtraction of lengths, subtraction of mass

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We can add the units of measurement like decimal numbers. 1. Add 5 m 9 dm and 11 m and 5 dm Solution: 5 m 9 dm = 5.9 m 11 m 5 dm = 11.5 m Hence, 5 m 9 dm + 11 m 5 dm = 17 m 4 dm or 17.4 m 2. Add 15 cm 5 mm and 21 cm 9 mm

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Practice the questions given in the worksheet on conversion of measuring capacity. 1. Convert the following into millilitres. Hint: To convert litters into millilitres, multiply the numbers

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Practice the questions given in the worksheet on conversion of measuring length. I. Convert the following into grams: Hint: To convert kilograms into grams, multiply the number of kilograms by 1000. (i) 8 m = 8 × 1000 g = 8000 g (ii) 2 kg (iii) 5 kg (iv) 11 kg

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Units of capacity and volume conversion chart are discussed here in metric conversion of capacity and volume and also in customary units of capacity and volume. In math when we use capacity and volume, we normally use liter to represent as the standard unit, and the other

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