# Mathematics Grade 2 First Term

CHRISTMAS TERM EXAMINATION 2020/2021 SESSION

SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS TIME: 1 HOUR

NAME OF PUPIL____________________________________ DATE __________

1. There are 27 trees on one garden and 38 trees in another. How many trees are there in both the gardens? (a) 64 trees (b) 46 trees (c) 65 trees

2. There are 46 eggs in one basket and 65 eggs in another. How many eggs are there in both the basket? (a) 111 eggs (b) 101 eggs (c) 112 eggs

3. There are 38 boys in one bus and 35 girls in another. How many children are there in both the buses? (a) 77 buses (b) 74 buses (c) 73 buses

4. There are 39 chairs in one class and 34 in another class. How many chairs are there all together? (a) 73 chairs (b) 37 chairs (c) 713 chairs

5. 17 teachers were transferred out of the school in January and then in February 17 other teachers. How many teachers were sent out of the school in January and February? (a) 43 teachers (b) 34 teachers (c) 35 teachers

Write the following in figure

6. One hundred and sixteen

7. Nine hundred and sixty

8. Four Hundred and thirty six

9. Seven hundred and eight

10. Eight Hundred

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1 2 3 4 5 6

Look at the above diagram and these figures

11. The six ________________________

12. The first ________________________

13. The second ________________________

14. The fifth ________________________

15. The third ________________________

16. Oluwashikemi has N55. She give her sister N28. How many naira does she have now? (a) N23 (b) N27 (c) N37

17. Subtract 17 oranges from 9 oranges?

(a) 8 oranges (b) 80 oranges (c) 18 oranges

18. Jemima have 41 bananas, she gave Greatness 19 bananas. How many banana does she have now?

(a) 33 oranges (b) 11 oranges (c) 22 oranges

19. There are 65 fish in a basket. 28 fish are sold. How many are left in the basket? (a) 37 fish (b) 27 fish (c) 23 fish

20. Oluwayanmife has 24 kobo. He spends 16 kobo. How many kobo does he have now? (a) 10 kobo (b) 6 kobo (c) 16 kobo

THEORY

1. Subtract the following

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Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  c. 1 4 5

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Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  a. 1 1 4

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Count in group of 3

a. _________ 3 _________ 9 _________ 15 _________

b. 363 _________ 369 _________ 375 __________ ___________

c. 217 _________ 223 _________ 229 __________ ___________

d. 15 _________ 21 _________ 27 __________ __________

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