CHAPTER 1: The Fish Tale 
Mathematics [Class 5] 



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SECTION : 
ROLL No. 

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Fish Designs
 Draw and colour more fishes using different mathematics shapes like triangle, square, circle. (One has been done for you)
(b)
(c)
 Complete the following fish designs using different coloured papers.
(a)
(b)
(c)
Who is Bigger?
 Given below are the dimensions of a big shark and small fish. Count the number of small fishes to complete the length of the big shark and fill in the blanks. One has been done for you.
(a) = ___
24 m 4 m
(b)= ___
36 m 6 m
40 m 8 m
Numbers Magic
 Write the numerals for each of the following numbers. One has been done for you.
(a) One thousand = _____
(b) Ten thousand = _____
(c) One hundred thousand = _____
(d) One lakh = _____
(e) Ten hundred thousand = _____
(f) Ten lakh = _____
(g) Hundred lakh = _____
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STATE True/False 

(a) 100000 is the greatest sixdigit number. 
______ 

(b) Ten hundred lakh is also called one crore. 
______ 

(c) In a lakh, there are hundred thousand. 
______ 

(d) There are seven zeros in one crore. 
______ 

(e) Cost of 1 kg sugar is 80. In 1000, a person can buy 25 kg rice. ______ 

(f) 10 lakh = ten thousand hundred 
______ 

Match the columns. 

Column I 
Column II 

(a) Greatest 3digit number + 1 
(i) 
One lakh 
(b) Greatest 4digit number + 1 
(ii) 
One crore 
(c) Greatest 5digit number + 1 
(iii) Ten thousand 

(d) Greatest 6digit number + 1 
(iv) One thousand 

(e) Greatest 7digit number + 1 
(v) 
Ten lakh 
Write the number names of the following numerals.
(a) 3,25,15 
=……………………….. 
(b) 20,12,35 
=……………………….. 
(c) 49,57,48 
=……………………….. 
(d) 74,34,94 
=……………………….. 
(e) 84,42,70 
=……………………….. 
(f) 97,67,81,61,81 
=……………………….. 
Express in short form.
 50,00,00,000 + 4,00,00,000 + 80,00,000 + 2,00,000 + 35,000 + 4,000 + 200+40 + 5 = ………………………….
 8 ten crore + 3 crore + 2 ten lakh + 6 lakh + 5 ten thousand + 1 thousand=………….
 9 hundred + 2 tens + 5 ones = ……………
 5 × 2,000 + 8 × 4,000 + 2 × 5,000 + 3 × 100=……………
 8 × 30 + 8 × 5 = ………………………….

Write using decimals.
(a) 20 m = ____ km
(b) 15 m 40 cm = ____ m
(c) 51 km 200 m = _____ km
(d) 31 km 1 m = ______ km
(e) 10 kg 60 g = _______ kg
(f) 9 L 150 mL 
= 
L 
(g) 5 kg 400 g 
= 
kg 
(h) 20 m 4 cm 
= 
m 
 In a school, there are ten classes. Each class has two sections and each section has equal number of students. If altogether there are 1400 students in the school, then how many students are there in each section of a class?
……………………………………………………..
 Rani’s monthly salary is 10,000. She spent 7,400 and saves the rest. How much amount did she save in a year?
……………………………………………………..
 Ajay took a loan of 8,000 from the bank. He paid back 750 every month for one year. How much money did he pay back to the Bank?
………………………………………………………
 The distance between Agra and Delhi is 2000 km. Prakash wants to go Agra from Delhi. He catches the bus at 2:30 pm. Speed of the bus is 110 km/h. At what time will he be able to reach Agra?
……………………………………………………….
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