# AP Board 4th Class Maths Solutions 1st Lesson Let’s Recall

Andhra Pradesh AP Board 4th Class Maths Solutions 1st Lesson Let’s Recall Textbook Exercise Questions and Answers.

## AP State Syllabus 4th Class Maths Solutions Chapter 1 Let’s Recall

Textbook Page No. 1

Question 1.
Harshita is at a toy shop with her grandmother Nagamma. The price tags were attached to them. She is reading the price marked on them, you also observe picture and answer the questions given below.

Question 1.
Have you ever seen to a toy shop ?
Yes, I saw a toy shop in my locality.

Question 2.
What did you see in the toy shop ?
I saw different toys in the toy shop.

Question 3.
How many toy cars are there ?
6 toy cars are there in the shop

Question 4.
How many soft toys are there ?
7 soft toys are there in the shop.

Question 5.
What is the cost of the white teddy ?
The cost of white teddy is ₹ 200.

Question 6.
What is the cost of the yellow car ?
The cost of yellow car is ₹ 150.

Exercise – 1.0

1. Write the number names of for the following.

a) 8
Eight

b) 20
Twenty

c) 35
Thirty five

d) 46
Forty six

e) 100
Hundred

f) 101
One hundred and one

g) 150
One hundred and fifty

h) 200
Two hundred

j) 375
Three hundred and seventy five

j) 425
Four hundred and twenty five

k) 802
Eight hundred and two

l) 892
Eight hundred and ninety two

m) 956
Nine hundred and fifty six

2. Write the numerals for the number names given.

a) Six
6

b) Eighteen
18

c) fifty two
52

d) Seventy five
75

e) Four hundred and seventy
470

f) Six hundred and four
604

g) Eight hundred and one
801

h) Two hundred and twenty two
222

Question 3.
Write the place and place value of the underlined digits of the given numbers.

4. Write the Expanded form of the following.

a) 56
50 + 6

b) 62
60 + 2

c) 83
80 + 3

d) 87
80 + 7

e) 95
90 + 5

f) 11o
100 + 10 + 0

g) 175
100 + 70 + 5

h) 325
300 + 20 + 5

i) 1,450
1000 + 400 + 50 + 0

j) 3752
3,000 + 700 + 50 + 2

k) 5,927
5,000 + 900 + 20 + 7

5. Write the short form of the following.

a) 20 + 5
25

b) 40 + 7
47

c) 80 + 2
82

d) 300 + 20
320

e) 600 + 40 + 8
648

f) 900 + 90 + 9
999

g) 3000 + 400 + 20 + 5
3,425

h) 5000 + 20 + 7
5,027

Exercise – 1.1

a)

b)

c)

d)

e)

f)

a)

b)

c)

d)

e)

f)

3. Write the correct number in the given blanks.

a) 526 + 326 + 94 = ___________
946

b) 829 + 408 = ___________
408 + 829

c) 0 + 396 = ____________
396

4. Round off the following numbers to the nearest 10s.

a) 56
Nearest 10s to 56 is 60.

b) 79
Nearest 10.s to 79 is 80.

c) 42
Nearest 10s to 42 is 40.

d) 91
asn:
Nearest 10s to 91 is 90.

e) 28
Nearest 10s to 28 is 30.

5. Round off the following numbers to the nearest 100s.

a) 235
Nearest 100s to 235 is 200.

b) 374
Nearest 100s to 374 is 400.

c) 929
Nearest 100s to 929 is 900.

d) 562
Nearest 100s to 562 is 600.

e) 810
Nearest 100s to 810 is 800.

Question 6.
In a garden, there are 235 mango trees, 652 guava trees and 120 coconut trees. How many trees are there in the garden altogether ?
Solution:
Number of mango trees in the garden = 235
Number of guava trees in the garden = 652
Number of coconut trees in the garden = 120
Total number of trees = 1007

Question 7.
In a school, the number of girls is 92 more than the number of boys. If the number of girls is 358, what is the total number of children in the school ?
Solution:
Number of girls in the school = 358
Number of girls is 92 more than the number of boys.
∴ Number of boys = 358 – 92 = 266
∴ Total Number of children in the school
= 358 + 266
= 624 members

Textbook Page No. 5

Try This

a) 5 + 3 = 3 + ________
5

b) 82 + 40 = _______ + 82
40

c) _________ + 596 = 596
0

Exercise – 1.2

1. Do the following subtractions.

a)

b)

c)

d)

e)

f)

g)

h)

2. Subtract

a) 59 from 62

b) 86 from 92

c) 192 from 536

d) 485 from 928

Question 3.
Find the difference of 205 and 62.
Solution:
Difference between 205 and 62 is 143

Question 4.
What must be subtracted from 653 to get 268 ?
Solution:
Difference between 653 and 268 is 385

∴ 385 must be subtracted from 653 to get 268

Question 5.
What must be added to 246 to get 859?
Solution:
Difference between 859 to 246 is 613

∴ 613 must be added to 246 to get 859.

Question 6.
The sum of two numbers is 453. If one number is 285, then what is the other number ?
Solution:
One number is 285
Sum of two numbers is 453
Difference between 453 to 285 is

∴ Second number is 168.

Question 7.
The difference of two numbers is 568. If one number is 796, then what is the other number?
Solution:
One number is 796
Difference of two numbers is 568
∴ Second number = 796 – 568 = 228

Exercise – 1.3

1. Do the following multiplications.

a)

b)

c)

d)

e)

f)

g)

Question 2.
Find the product of the following.
a) 395 × 7 = ___________
2765

b) 402 × 9 = __________
3618

c) 534 × 4 = ___________
2136

d) 826 × 5 = ____________
4130

e)498 × 0 = ___________
0

f) 0 × 35 = ___________
0

Question 3.
Cost of a pen is 25. What is the cost of 9 such pens ?
Solution:
Cost of a pen is = ₹ 25
Cost of 9 such pens = 9 × ₹ 25 = ₹ 225

Question 4.
One basket of mangoes weighs 36 kg. What is the weight of 10 such baskets of margoes?
Solution:
Weight of one basket mangoes = 36kg
Weight of 10 baskets of mangoes
= 10 × 36 kg
= 360 kgs

Question 5.
A rice bag weighs 24 kg. What is the total weight of 478 bags of rice ?
Solution:
Weight of a rice = 24 kgs
Weight of 478 rice bags = 478 × 24
= 11,742 kgs

Question 6.
The product of a number and 5 is zero. Find the number.
Product of 5 and zero = 5 × 0 = 0

Exercise – 1.4

1. Do the following Divisions.

a) 6 ÷ 2

b) 8 ÷ 4

c) 9 ÷ 3

d) 24 ÷ 6

e) 45 ÷ 3

f) 96 ÷ 4

g) 224 ÷ 7

h) 845 ÷ 8

2.

a) 40 ÷ 4 = ?

b) 60 ÷ 10 = ?

Question 3.
How many 9’s are there in 90?
Solution:
90 ÷ 9 = 10
∴ Ten 9’s are there in 90

Question 4.
Find the quotients in each of the following divisions.
a) 69 ÷ 3

∴ Quotient = 23

b) 76 ÷ 4

∴ Quotient = 19

c) 96 ÷ 2

∴ Quotient = 48

d) 846 ÷ 3

∴ Quotient = 282

e) 25 ÷ 5

∴ Quotient = 185

Question 5.
Complete the following table.

Question 6.
From a ribbon of length 57 cm, how many pieces of ribbon, 3 cm long each can be cut ?
Solution:
Length of total ribbon = 57 cm
Length of each piece = 3 cm
Number of pieces = 57 ÷ 3
= 19 cm

Question 7.
A man gives 12 chocolates to 4 children equally. How many chocolates does each child get ?
Solution:
Total chocolates = 12
Number of children = 4
Number of chocolates each child gets
= 12 ÷ 4
= 3 chocolates

Question 8.
Find the number of weeks in 91 days.
Solution:
Total days = 91
Number of days in a week = 7
Number of weeks in 91 days = 91 ÷ 7
= 13 weeks

Exercise – 1.5

Question 1.
Circle the object with more weight.

Question 2.
Arrange the following vehicles in the ascending order of their weights.
Cycle Bus Motor bike Car
Solution:
Cycle < Motorbike < Car < Bus

Question 3.
Write the correct units of measurement in kgs or grams.
Solution:
a) Rice bag in kgs
b) Eraser in grams
c) Books bag in kgs

Exercise – 1.6

1. Identify which of the following objects are measured in metres and which is centimetres.

a) Length of your classroom black board
Metres

b) Length of a pencil
Centimetres

c) Length of a flag pole
Metres

Centimetres

Question 2.
Arrange the following lengths in descending order.
a) 8 m
b) 10 cm
c) 5 m
d) 20 cm
8 m > 5 m > 20 cm > 10 cm

Question 3.
Write any three objects measured in metres and three objects in centimeters.
In metres

1. Bed
2. Window
3. Gas Stove

In centimetres

1. Comb
2. Pencil
3. Eraser

Exercise – 1.7

Question 1.
Write any three objects measured in litres.

Solution:
Milk, water and oils are measured in litres.

Question 2.
Tick the object that has highest capacity.
mug (  )
bucket (  )
water bottle (  )
water tank (  )
water tank (✓)

Question 3.
Give a rough estimate of the following in litres for
a) drinking water for one person per day
b) for bathing
d) for watering a plant
a) 5 litres
b) 24 litres
c) 2 litres
d) 7 litres

Exercise – 1.8

1. Read the clock and write the time shown by it.

a)

b)

c)

d)

2. Show the following times on clock.

a) 9 : 45

b) 1 : 15

c) 6 : 30

d) 11 : 20

Textbook Page No. 11

Do these

Complete the following table.

Exercise – 1.9

1. Write the names of the following shapes in the boxes provided.

a)

Triangle

b)

Square

c)

Rectangle

d)

Circle

Question 2.
Fill in the following table.

Question 3.
Fill in the following table.

Exercise – 1.10

1. Write the tally marks for the following numbers.

a) 4 = _________
||||

b) 3 = _________
|||

c) 1 = __________
|

d) 2 = __________
||

2. Write the numbers for the following tally marks.

a) ||| = _________
3

b) | = _________
1

c) || = __________
2

d) |||| = __________
4

Question 3.
Complete the following table.

Textbook Page No. 13

Do this:

Identify the figures which are divided into equal parts and tick (✓) mark.

a)

b)

c)

Exercise – 1.11

Question 1.
Tick (✓) the figures which are divided into equal parts.

Question 2.
Shape half (½) of each of the following figures.

Question 3.
Shade one-fourth (¼) of each of the following figures.

Multiple Choice Questions

Question 1.
Choose the number name of 524
A) Five hundred and four
B) Five hundred and twenty
C) Five hundred and twenty four
D) None
C) Five hundred and twenty four

Question 2.
Choose the numeral for the number name seven hundred and twenty four
A) 720
B) 702
C) 724
D) 742
C) 724

Question 3.
Choose the place value of the underlined digit in the number 352
A) 30
B) 3
C) 3000
D) 300
D) 300

Question 4.
Short form of 5000 + 30 + 8 is
A) 538
B) 5308
C) 5038
D) None
C) 5038

Question 5.
Round off the number 845 to the nearest 100’s
A) 800
B) 850
C) 900
D) None
A) 800

Question 6.
Difference of 960 and 456
A) 450
B) 540
C) 504
D) 489
C) 504

Question 7.
Cost of a pencil is 6 then the cost of 27 such pencils
A) 261
B) 621
C) 162
D) None
C) 162

Question 8.
How many 8’s are there in 64 ?
A) 16
B) 8
C) 4
D) 6
B) 8

Question 9.
Length of a flag pole is measured in
A) metres
B) centimeters
C) grams
D) kilograms
A) metres

Question 10.
1 litre = ________ ml.
A) 100
B)10
C) 1000
D) None
C) 1000

Question 11.
1 hour = ___________ minutes.
A) 100
B) 10
C) 60
D) 06