# General Mathematics Quiz For Upper Primary School Students.

15 Questions  Settings  The quiz below is designed to help upper primary students with mathematical problems. It covers some equations that give most students a hard time when it comes to solving them. Are you suffering from the same? Take up the test below and polish your understanding of these problems. All the best!

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• 1.
If you take the digits 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, how many different 5-digit numbers can be formed without repeating any digits?
• A.

64

• B.

120

• C.

125

• D.

25

• 2.
• A.

L

• B.

C

• C.

X

• D.

M

• 3.
What is the mean length of a track on a music CD with tracks that are 3.05, 4.23, and 4.03 minutes long?
• A.

4.23 Minutes

• B.

3.21 Minutes

• C.

4.03 Minutes

• D.

3.77 Minutes

• 4.
• A.

4

• B.

5

• C.

6

• D.

3,000,000

• 5.
How would you give someone 96 cents in change using the least number of coins?
• A.

3 Quarters, 2 Nickels, 11 Pennies

• B.

3 Quarters, 4 Nickels, 1 Penny

• C.

3 Quarters, 2 Dimes, 1 Penny

• D.

3 Quarters, 3 Nickels, 6 Pennies

• 6.
What is the surface area of a rectangular box which is 100 mm long, 70 mm wide and 50 mm high?
• A.

62,000 Square Millimeters

• B.

350,000 Square Millimeters

• C.

31,000 Square Millimeters

• D.

15,500 Square Millimeters

• 7.
• A.

15,500 Cubic Millimeters

• B.

31,000 Cubic Millimeters

• C.

350,000 Cubic Millimeters

• D.

62,000 Cubic Millimeters

• 8.
• A.

Distributive Property

• B.

Inverse Property

• C.

• D.

• 9.
If two of the interior angles in a triangle are 45 degrees and 90 degrees, how much is 3rd angle?
• A.

45 Degrees

• B.

90 Degrees

• C.

135 Degrees

• D.

15 Degrees

• 10.
If property taxes in 2006 were \$4126 and in 2007 they went up to \$4400, what is the percent increase in taxes?
• A.

6%

• B.

7%

• C.

6.64%

• D.

274%

• 11.
The volume of a 4 inches wide and 3 inches high box is 36 cubic inches, what is its length?
• A.

3 Inches

• B.

9 Inches

• C.

4 Inches

• D.

2 Inches

• 12.
You start at (0,2) on a rectangular coordinate system and move 3 down and 7 right, where are you now?
• A.

(-7, 1)

• B.

(-7, -1)

• C.

(7, -1)

• D.

(7, 1)

• 13.
The congruent sides of an isosceles triangle are 4" each; if the perimeter is 14", how long is the 3rd side?
• A.

8"

• B.

3"

• C.

6"

• D.

11"

• 14.
If we start at (0,0) on a rectangular coordinate system and move 5 right and 6 down, where are we?
• A.

(5, -6)

• B.

(-5, 6)

• C.

(-5, -6)

• D.

(5, 6)

• 15.
If we start at (0,0) on a rectangular coordinate system, and move right 2 and up 9 , where are we?
• A.

(2, -9)

• B.

(2, 9)

• C.

(-2, 9)

• D.

(-2, -9)