# English Medium Class 5 - CBSE Question Bank Solutions for Mathematics

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Do you know any poem about fish?

[0.01] The Fish Tale
Chapter: [0.01] The Fish Tale
Concept: The Fish Tale

When you think of fishes what shapes come to your mind?

[0.01] The Fish Tale
Chapter: [0.01] The Fish Tale
Concept: The Fish Tale

Try to use a square and a triangle to draw a fish.

[0.01] The Fish Tale
Chapter: [0.01] The Fish Tale
Concept: The Fish Tale

'Meen' means a fish and 'Meenakshi' is a girl whose eyes look like a fish. Can you think of someone who has such eyes? Draw a face with 'fish eyes'?

[0.01] The Fish Tale
Chapter: [0.01] The Fish Tale
Concept: The Fish Tale

How long is the biggest fish you can imagine?

[0.01] The Fish Tale
Chapter: [0.01] The Fish Tale
Concept: The Fish Tale

Make 8 triangles using 6 matchsticks. Try!

[0.09] Boxes and Sketches
Chapter: [0.09] Boxes and Sketches
Concept: Plane Figures and Solid Shapes

These are two slides in a park.

• Which slide has a larger angle?
• Which slide do you think is safer for the little boy? Why?
[0.02] Shapes and Angles
Chapter: [0.02] Shapes and Angles
Concept: Introduction to Algebra

Is the perimeter of the yellow shape more than the perimeter of the blue shape? Why?

[0.11] Area and Its Boundary
Chapter: [0.11] Area and Its Boundary
Concept: Concept of Perimeter

Write the area (in square cm) of the shapes below:

[0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Chapter: [0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Concept: Patterns in Shapes

Suruchi drew two sides of a shape. She asked Asif to complete the shape with two more sides so that its area is 10 square cm.

He completed the shape like this.

 How did you do this? Oh, that's easy! If you look at the green area it is 4 square cm. Below it is the yellow area of 6 square cm. So the area of my shape is 10 square cm!

Is he correct? Discuss.

[0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Chapter: [0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Concept: Patterns in Shapes

Can you think of some other ways of completing the shape?

[0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Chapter: [0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Concept: Patterns in Shapes

This is one of the sides of a shape. Complete the shape so that its area is 4 square cm

[0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Chapter: [0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Concept: Patterns in Shapes

Two sides of a shape are drawn here. Complete the shape by drawing two more sides so that its area is less than 2 square cm.

[0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Chapter: [0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Concept: Patterns in Shapes

Measure the side of a small square on the squared paper given below. Make as many shapes as possible using 5 such squares. Three are drawn for you.

How many different shapes can you draw?

[0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Chapter: [0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Concept: Patterns in Shapes

Draw all the 12 shapes on a sheet of cardboard and cut them.

Try to arrange your 12 shapes in some other way to make a 10 × 6 rectangle. Could you do it?

[0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Chapter: [0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Concept: Patterns in Shapes

Try to arrange your 12 shapes in some other way to make a 10 × 6 rectangle. Could you do it?

[0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Chapter: [0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Concept: Patterns in Shapes

You have to make a 5 × 12 rectangle with these 12 shapes. There are more than 1000 ways to do it. If you can find even one, that’s great!

[0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Chapter: [0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Concept: Patterns in Shapes

How many tiles has she used?

[0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Chapter: [0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Concept: Patterns in Shapes

Which of these shapes will tile a floor (without any gaps)? Discuss. What is the area of these shapes?

[0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Chapter: [0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Concept: Patterns in Shapes

The top one-third of our flag is saffron (or orange).

What is the color of the middle one-third of the flag?

[0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Chapter: [0.07] Can You See the Pattern?
Concept: Patterns in Shapes
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