2. Which one of the following statements is correct?

2. Which one of the following statements is correct?

2 Mark(s)

A. 1/2 < 0.5

B. 3/5 > 5/8

C. 0.63 < 0.36

D. 1/5 > 1/10

6. Which is the next number in the pattern?

1,3,9,27,81,_

6. Which is the next number in the pattern?

1,3,9,27,81,_

2 Mark(s)

A. 135

B. 108

C. 162

D. 243

7. A trader bought 21798 bags of maize in the first week. In the second week, he bought 2476 bags less than what he had bought in the first week. In the third week, he bought 542 bags more than he bought in the first week. How many bags of maize did he buy altogether?

7. A trader bought 21798 bags of maize in the first week. In the second week, he bought 2476 bags less than what he had bought in the first week. In the third week, he bought 542 bags more than he bought in the first week. How many bags of maize did he buy altogether?

2 Mark(s)

A. 68412

B. 63460

C. 62376

D. 24816

9. In a farm, on average every 6 cows produce 108 litres of milk per week. In five weeks the cows produced 2160 litres of milk. How many cows are in the farm?

9. In a farm, on average every 6 cows produce 108 litres of milk per week. In five weeks the cows produced 2160 litres of milk. How many cows are in the farm?

2 Mark(s)

A. 432

B. 120

C. 24

D. 18

10. What is 759.968 rounded off to the nearest hundredth?

10. What is 759.968 rounded off to the nearest hundredth?

2 Mark(s)

A. 759.96

B. 759.9

C. 759.97

D. 760.0

3. What is the difference between the total values of the digits in the thousands and hundreds position in the number 789240?

3. What is the difference between the total values of the digits in the thousands and hundreds position in the number 789240?

2 Mark(s)

A. 200

B. 8800

C. 9000

D. 9200

5. A farmer had 280 chicken. He sold % of the chicken on the first day and then sold 1/5 of the remainder the following day. How many chicken were sold?

5. A farmer had 280 chicken. He sold % of the chicken on the first day and then sold 1/5 of the remainder the following day. How many chicken were sold?

2 Mark(s)

A. 200

B. 64

C. 216

D. 16

KCPE 2019

1. What is two million six thousand four hundred and nine in numerals?

KCPE 2019

1. What is two million six thousand four hundred and nine in numerals?

2 Mark(s)

A. 2006409

B. 2600409

C. 2060409

D. 2006049

8. What is the value of

8. What is the value of

2 Mark(s)

A. 30.4

B. 130.4

C. 151

D. 37.21

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