# Class 5 Maths Operations On Large Numbers

Last updated on October 11th, 2021 at 02:02 am

### Class – 5 – Mathematic Operations

1. 86215 and 59432
2. 64880 and 45203

Substract the following

1. 33452 from 48593
2. 23470 from 85602

Multiply the following

1. 1970 x 8
2. 699 x 7

Divide the following

1. 4400 divided by 20
2. 815 divide by 5

### Solve the following olympiad maths questions

1. There are 3750 girl students and 2890 boy students in school . fid the total number of students in school.
2. 950 apples are kept in a fruit basket .these apples are to be distributed equally between 50 students . how many apples will each student get.
3. A company producesÂ 50500 bulbs in the month of March. Out of these,Â 1890 bulbs were found defective in the quality check. How many bulbs were not defective?
4. Anvita baked 2000 cupcakes. she sold 600 of them and gave the rest equally to 20 of his friends. How many cupcakes did each of his friend receive?
5. Hyundai Motors produces 157685 cars in the year 2007; 97842 cars in the year 2008 and 405699 cars in the year 2009. What was the total number of cars produced in three years altogether?
6. Saurabh was told to multiply 126 by 32. Instead he multiplied 126 by 23. Find the difference in his answers.( 2014)
7. A company earned ` 56,48,000 in a year. If the expenses were ` 4,74,596, how much money was saved? .( 2014)
8. A fruit seller had 69875 oranges. He packed them in boxes, with each box Â containing 325 oranges. Find the number of boxes. .( 2014)
9. 68 people can travel in one bus. How many buses will be needed for 1904 people going on a pilgrimage? .( 2014)
10. There are 656 apples in one box. How many apples are there in 945 such boxes? [2014]
11. Meera read 215 pages everyday except on Sunday. How many pages does she read in 8 weeks? [2014]
12. 12685 books were bought for the primary section of the school library, 15790 books were bought for the middle section and 13698 books for the senior section. What was the total number of books bought? [2014]

1. 1,42,647
2. 1,10,083

Substract the Following –

1. 15,141
2. 62,132

Multiply the following

1. 15,760
2. 4,893

Divide the following

1. 220
2. 163

Solve the following

1. 6,640
2. 19 apples
3. 48,610
4. 70 cupcakes
5. 6,61,226
6. 1134
7. 51,73,404
8. 215
9. 28 buses
10. 6,19,920
11. 10,320
12. 42,173