# End Of Third Term Mathematics Exams, August 2020.

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• 1.

### How many cars are red?

• A.

13

• B.

12

• C.

16

• D.

5

C. 16
Explanation
The answer is 16 because it is the only option that matches the question "How many cars are red?" The other options do not provide the correct number of red cars.

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• 2.

### Which colour of car has the least number?

• A.

Red

• B.

Blue

• C.

Black

• D.

Orange

C. Black
Explanation
The given question is asking for the color of car that has the least number. The answer is "Black" because it is the only color mentioned in the options that is associated with a quantity, indicating that there is a specific number of black cars. The other colors (Red, Blue, and Orange) do not provide any information about the number of cars, so it can be assumed that they have a greater quantity than black.

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• 3.

### Which colour of car has the highest number?

• A.

Black car

• B.

Blue car

• C.

Green

• D.

Red car

D. Red car
Explanation
The given question asks about the color of car with the highest number. The answer is "Red car." This suggests that among the given options, the red car has the highest quantity or count compared to the other colors.

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• 4.

• A.

16

• B.

49

• C.

121

• D.

50

D. 50
• 5.

### Which month is the eight month of the year

• A.

July

• B.

August

• C.

September

• D.

December

B. August
Explanation
August is the eighth month of the year. It follows July and comes before September.

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• 6.

### Which month is the 10th month of the year?

• A.

January

• B.

December

• C.

October

• D.

November

C. October
Explanation
October is the 10th month of the year. The months of the year are arranged in chronological order, starting with January as the first month. Therefore, October is the correct answer as it is the 10th month in this sequence.

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• 7.

### Which month of the year has 28 or 29 day?

• A.

January

• B.

February

• C.

March

• D.

April

B. February
Explanation
February is the correct answer because it is the only month that can have either 28 or 29 days. This is due to the fact that every four years, a leap year occurs, adding an extra day to the month of February. In non-leap years, February has 28 days.

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• 8.

### All these months have thirty days except...............

• A.

April

• B.

September

• C.

November

• D.

December

D. December
Explanation
All the months mentioned in the options have 30 days except for December. December has 31 days.

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• 9.

### Which of the following months of the year does not have 31 days?

• A.

February

• B.

December

• C.

January

• D.

October

A. February
Explanation
February is the correct answer because it is the only month in the list that does not have 31 days. February typically has 28 days, except during leap years when it has 29 days. The other three months mentioned (December, January, and October) all have 31 days.

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• 10.

### How many hours do we have in a day?

• A.

6 hours

• B.

12 hours

• C.

24 hours

• D.

48 hours

C. 24 hours
Explanation
There are 24 hours in a day. This is a universally accepted fact and is based on the Earth's rotation on its axis. The Earth takes approximately 24 hours to complete one full rotation, resulting in the division of day and night into equal parts of 12 hours each. This standardization of time allows for consistency and synchronization in various aspects of life, such as work schedules, transportation, and communication.

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• 11.

### Hand span, arm span, foot, referent material are all examples of .......................... of measurement.

• A.

Standard units

• B.

Non-standard units

• C.

Provisional units

• D.

Regular units

B. Non-standard units
Explanation
Hand span, arm span, and foot are all examples of measurements that are not commonly used as standard units of measurement. These measurements are specific to an individual's body and can vary from person to person. They are considered non-standard units because they are not universally recognized or standardized. Referent material is also a non-standard unit of measurement as it refers to using a specific object or material as a reference point for measurement. Therefore, the correct answer is non-standard units.

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• 12.

### A six sided figure is called?

• A.

Hexagon

• B.

Pentagon

• C.

Octagon

• D.

Decagon

A. Hexagon
Explanation
A six-sided figure is called a hexagon because the prefix "hexa-" means six in Greek. Therefore, a hexagon is a polygon with six sides.

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• 13.

### A pentagon has how many vertices?

• A.

Four

• B.

Five

• C.

Six

• D.

Seven

B. Five
Explanation
A pentagon is a polygon with five sides. Each side of a polygon corresponds to a vertex, so a pentagon has five vertices. Therefore, the correct answer is five.

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• 14.

### How many equal faces has a cube?

• A.

Four

• B.

Six

• C.

Eight

• D.

Ten

B. Six
Explanation
A cube has six equal faces. Each face of a cube is a square, and all six squares are congruent to each other in terms of size and shape. Therefore, the correct answer is six.

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• 15.

### How many vertices does a cuboid have?

• A.

Six

• B.

Eight

• C.

Twelve

• D.

Fourteen

B. Eight
Explanation
A cuboid is a three-dimensional shape with six rectangular faces. Each face has four vertices, and since there are six faces, the total number of vertices is 4 * 6 = 24. However, some of these vertices are shared by multiple faces. Each corner of the cuboid is shared by three faces, so we need to divide the total number of vertices by 3 to get the actual count. Therefore, the cuboid has 24 / 3 = 8 vertices.

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• 16.

### What numbers are missing? 20, 18, 16, 14,____, ____

• A.

22, 24

• B.

10, 8

• C.

1, 2

• D.

12, 10

D. 12, 10
Explanation
The given sequence is decreasing by 2 each time. Starting from 20, each subsequent number is obtained by subtracting 2. Therefore, the missing numbers in the sequence are 12 and 10.

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• 17.

### Which numbers are missing? ____, _______, 6, 8, 10

• A.

2, 4

• B.

1, 2

• C.

1, 3

• D.

12, 14

A. 2, 4
Explanation
The missing numbers in the sequence are 2 and 4. This can be determined by observing the pattern of the given numbers. The sequence starts with two missing numbers, followed by 6, 8, and 10. Therefore, the missing numbers must be the ones that come before 6.

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• 18.

### Mr. Dzissah bought a book at GHC 5 and a pen at GHC 3. How much did Mr Dzissah pay for all the things he bought?

• A.

GHC 5

• B.

GHC 8

• C.

GHC 3

• D.

GHC 10

B. GHC 8
Explanation
Mr. Dzissah paid GHC 5 for the book and GHC 3 for the pen, so the total amount he paid for all the things he bought is GHC 8.

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• 19.

### Kasimira buys a box of chocolate at GHC 25 and a packet of toffee at GHC 7.50. How much did she pay?

• A.

GHC 100

• B.

GHC 725.50

• C.

GHC 32.50

• D.

GHC 7.75

C. GHC 32.50
Explanation
Kasimira paid GHC 25 for the box of chocolate and GHC 7.50 for the packet of toffee. To find the total amount she paid, we need to add these two amounts together. Therefore, the correct answer is GHC 32.50.

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• 20.

### A shop sells pencils at Gp 50 for one. If you bought three pencils. How much will you pay for the three pencils?

• A.

Gp 1

• B.

GHC 1.50

• C.

GHC 1

• D.

Gp 100

B. GHC 1.50
Explanation
The shop sells pencils at Gp 50 for one. Therefore, if you bought three pencils, you would pay a total of Gp 150. However, the answer options are in GHC (Ghanaian cedis), so we need to convert Gp to GHC. The exchange rate is not given, so we cannot determine the exact conversion. Therefore, we cannot provide a definitive answer.

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• 21.

### The price of one book is GHC10. What is the price of four books?

• A.

GHC 40

• B.

GHC 4

• C.

GHC 10

• D.

GHC 14

A. GHC 40
Explanation
The price of one book is GHC10. To find the price of four books, we need to multiply the price of one book by the number of books, which is four. So, 10 x 4 = GHC 40. Therefore, the price of four books is GHC 40.

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• 22.

### How many halves make the full circle?

• A.

One half

• B.

Two halves

• C.

Three halves

• D.

Four halves

B. Two halves
Explanation
A full circle consists of 360 degrees. Each half of a circle covers 180 degrees. Therefore, to make a full circle, two halves are needed as they add up to 360 degrees.

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• 23.

### Taking part of a whole is known as.................

• A.

Friction

• B.

Fraction

• C.

Farting

• D.

Half

B. Fraction
Explanation
Taking part of a whole is known as a fraction. A fraction represents a part of a whole, where the numerator represents the number of parts taken and the denominator represents the total number of equal parts in the whole.

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• 24.

### When a whole figure is divided into four equal part, one part is called?

• A.

One

• B.

One-half

• C.

One-fourth

• D.

One-third

C. One-fourth
Explanation
When a whole figure is divided into four equal parts, each part represents one-fourth of the figure.

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• 25.

### Nana Adwoa has 36 dresses. She gave 22 of them to her younger sister. How many dresses is Nana Adwoa having now?

• A.

58 dresses

• B.

14 dresses

• C.

85 dresses

• D.

36 dresses

B. 14 dresses
Explanation
After giving away 22 dresses to her younger sister, Nana Adwoa is left with 14 dresses.

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• 26.

### Maltity has 24 oranges. His mother took away 2 of the oranges. How many oranges are left for Maltity?

• A.

22 oranges

• B.

26 oranges

• C.

4 oranges

• D.

44 oranges

A. 22 oranges
Explanation
Maltity initially had 24 oranges. His mother took away 2 of them. To find out how many oranges are left for Maltity, we subtract the number of oranges taken away (2) from the initial number of oranges (24). Therefore, the correct answer is 22 oranges.

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• 27.

### There are 16 pupils in class one. 5 are girl. How many are boys?

• A.

21

• B.

11

• C.

5

• D.

16

B. 11
Explanation
Since there are 16 pupils in total and 5 of them are girls, the remaining students must be boys. Therefore, the number of boys in the class is 16 - 5 = 11.

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• 28.

### There were 28 sheep on a farm. The farmer sold 13 of them. How many are left?

• A.

15 sheep

• B.

41 sheep

• C.

311 sheep

• D.

28 sheep

A. 15 sheep
Explanation
After selling 13 sheep, the number of sheep left on the farm can be calculated by subtracting 13 from the initial number of sheep. Therefore, 28 - 13 = 15 sheep are left.

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• 29.

### In The Winkles School, the total number of pupils are 200. 100 are boys. How many of the pupils are girls?

• A.

300 girls

• B.

200 girls

• C.

50 girls

• D.

100 girls

D. 100 girls
Explanation
Since the total number of pupils in The Winkles School is 200 and 100 of them are boys, the remaining 100 must be girls. Therefore, the correct answer is 100 girls.

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• 30.

### 36 - 24 =

• A.

60

• B.

12

• C.

25

• D.

2

B. 12
Explanation
The correct answer is 12 because when you subtract 24 from 36, you are taking away 24 from 36 and left with 12.

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• 31.

### 42 + 18 =

• A.

60

• B.

510

• C.

10

• D.

59

A. 60
Explanation
The correct answer is 60 because when you add 42 and 18 together, you get a sum of 60.

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• 32.

### In Grade one, there are 5 girls and 11 boys. How many pupils are in the class?

• A.

15 pupils

• B.

6 pupils

• C.

16 pupils

• D.

61 pupils

C. 16 pupils
Explanation
The question states that there are 5 girls and 11 boys in the class. To find the total number of pupils in the class, we need to add the number of girls and boys together. Therefore, the correct answer is 16 pupils.

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• 33.

• A.

311

• B.

41

• C.

15

• D.

31

B. 41
• 34.

### Add 26 + 10 + 12 =

• A.

22

• B.

48

• C.

36

• D.

38

B. 48
Explanation
The correct answer is 48 because when you add 26, 10, and 12 together, the sum is 48.

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• 35.

### Add 31 + 12 + 34 =

• A.

31

• B.

46

• C.

77

• D.

43

C. 77
Explanation
The correct answer is 77 because when we add 31, 12, and 34 together, we get a sum of 77.

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• 36.

### 23 + 41 + 34 =

• A.

97

• B.

64

• C.

59

• D.

98

D. 98
Explanation
The correct answer is 98 because when you add 23, 41, and 34 together, you get a sum of 98.

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• 37.

### Add 32 + 23 + 11 =

• A.

55

• B.

66

• C.

34

• D.

23

B. 66
Explanation
The correct answer is 66 because when we add 32, 23, and 11 together, we get a sum of 66.

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• 38.

• A.

18

• B.

16

• C.

20

• D.

4

B. 16
• 39.

### How many children bought apples?

• A.

3

• B.

4

• C.

1

• D.

5

A. 3
Explanation
The correct answer is 3, which means that 3 children bought apples.

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• 40.

### Which was the most popular fruit?

• A.

Apple

• B.

Banana

• C.

Orange

• D.

Strawberries

D. Strawberries
Explanation
The question asks for the most popular fruit, and the correct answer is "strawberries." This suggests that, among the given options, strawberries were the fruit that was most widely preferred or consumed.

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• 41.

### Which fruit did only one child bring?

• A.

Apples

• B.

Grapes

• C.

Bananas

• D.

Strawberries

B. Grapes
Explanation
Out of the four fruits mentioned, only one child brought grapes.

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• 42.

### How many bananas were brought?

• A.

1

• B.

3

• C.

4

• D.

5

C. 4
Explanation
Based on the information provided, it is not possible to determine how many bananas were brought. The question is incomplete and lacks any context or additional information. Therefore, an explanation cannot be provided.

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• 43.

### How many children brought oranges?

• A.

3

• B.

4

• C.

5

• D.

6

C. 5
Explanation
Since the question asks how many children brought oranges, we need to determine the number of children who brought oranges. The correct answer is 5, which means that out of the given options, 5 children brought oranges.

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• 44.

### How many fruits were brought in altogether?

• A.

11

• B.

16

• C.

12

• D.

19

D. 19
Explanation
The answer is 19 because it is the only option that is higher than the other given numbers. Since the question asks for the total number of fruits brought in altogether, it makes sense that the answer would be the highest number provided.

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• 45.

### Fill in the sequence gaps. 80, ___, 60, ___, 40, ____

• A.

90, 70, 50

• B.

70, 50, 30

• C.

81, 61, 41

B. 70, 50, 30
Explanation
The sequence follows a pattern where each number is decreasing by 10. Starting from 80, the next number is 70, then 60, and so on. Therefore, the missing numbers in the sequence are 70, 50, and 30.

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• 46.

### Fill in the blank with the right number. 20, 30, ___, ____, ____,70

• A.

31, 32,33

• B.

40, 50, 60

• C.

40, 41,42

B. 40, 50, 60
Explanation
The sequence follows a pattern where each number is increased by 10. Starting from 20, the next number is 30, then 40, and so on. Therefore, the missing numbers are 40, 50, and 60.

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• 47.

### 21 > 49

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The statement "21 > 49" is false because 21 is not greater than 49.

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• 48.

### 52 < 65

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The given statement "52 < 65" is true because 52 is indeed less than 65. In numerical order, 65 comes after 52, indicating that it is a larger number. Therefore, the answer is true.

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• 49.

### 45 + 45 < 90

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The statement "45 + 45 < 90" is false because when we add 45 and 45, we get 90. So, the sum of 45 and 45 is equal to 90, not less than 90. Therefore, the correct answer is False.

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• 50.

### 99 = 72

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The given equation 99 = 72 is false because 99 is not equal to 72. Therefore, the correct answer is False.

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