**“****Tables and Shares****” **is **Chapter 11 **from **Merry Math IV **for students of** Class 4th **of **JKBOSE**. This particular post is about **Tables and Shares ****Class 4 Math JKBOSE Solutions**. In a previous post, you read about **Play with Patterns ****Class 4 Math JKBOSE Solutions. **Let’s get started:

**Tables and Shares ****Class 4 Math JKBOSE Solutions**

**Page No. 144-145 Solutions**

**Rubina’s Garden**

**What are the ways in which sunflower and marigolds are planted?**

**18 = …….. X ……… So, there is ……… row with …….. plants.**

**18 = …….. X ……… So, there are ……… row with …….. plants each.**

Ans. The sunflowers are planted in this way.

18 = ** 18 × 1** So, there is

**row with**

__one__**plants.**

__18__The marigolds are planted in this way.

18 = ** 9 × 2** So, there are

**rows with**

__two__**plants each.**

__9__**You too can make your own garden. Draw a garden, showing flower beds with 48 plants. Each row should have the same number of plants.**

Ans. (Draw a garden yourself)

The garden showing flower beds with 48 plants can have different arrangements :

48 = 12 × 4 So, there are 4 rows with 12 plants each.

48 = 8 × 6 So, there are 8 rows with 6 plants each.

48 = 6 x 8 So, there are 6 rows with 8 plants each.

48 = 3 × 16 So, there are 3 rows with 16 plants each.

48 = 24 × 2 So, there are 2 rows with 24 plants each.

**Page No. 146 Solutions**

**Jars in the Shelf**

**Aryan made a shelf for 30 jars. This is a long shelf with two rows. Each row has the same number of jars.**

**Can you think of other ways to make a shelf to keep 30 jars ? **

Ans. The other ways to make a shelf to keep 30 jars can be as below:

30 = 6 x 5 so, there are 6 rows with 5 jars each.

Or

So, there are 5 rows with 6 jars each.

30 = 10 × 3 so, there are 10 rows with 3 jars each.

Or

So, there are 3 rows with 10 jars each.

**Draw a shelf. Show how many jars you will keep in each row. How many rows are there?**

Ans. (Do yourself)

**Have your friends drawn it in different ways?**

Ans. (Do yourself)

**Page No. 148 Solutions**

**Easy Tricks**

**Help Sunny to make a table of 7, using tables of 4 and 3.**

Ans.

**Which two tables will you use for writing the table of 12 ?**

Ans. We can make the table of 12 with the tables of 4 and 8, 3 and 9, 5 and 7 or 10 and 2.

We will use the tables of 5 and 7 for writing the table of 12.

The table of 5 is given below:

The table of 7 is given below:

Now, the table 12 has become as given below:

5+7 | 10+14 | 15+21 | 20+28 | 25+35 | 30+42 | 35+49 | 40+56 | 45+63 | 50+70 |

12 | 24 | 36 | 48 | 60 | 72 | 84 | 96 | 108 | 120 |

**Page No. 149 Solutions**

**How Many Cats?**

**Some of Seema’s cats were playing in a box. When she tried to count, all she could see were legs. She counted 28 legs. How many cats are there in the box?**

**8 legs mean 2 cats**

**12 legs mean 3 cats**

Ans. 12 legs mean 3 cats (12 ÷ 4)

**So, 28 legs mean __________ cats.**

Ans.

A cat has 4 legs, so there are 28 ÷ 4 = 7 cats in the box.

So, 28 legs mean** 7** cats.

**Pinto has kept his chickens in a box. He counted 28 legs. How many chickens are there?**

Ans. A chicken has two (2) legs. So, there are 28 ÷ 2 = 14 chickens.

**Shaziya has not gone to school for 21 days. For how many weeks was she away from school?**

Ans. We know, 7 days make a week.

So, 21 days make 21 ÷ 7 = 3 weeks.

So, for 3 weeks Shaziya was away from school.

**Page No. 150 Solutions**

**Jumping Animals**

**A frog jumps 3 steps at a time starting from 0.**

**Count the jumps he takes to reach 27.**

Ans. So, the jumps he takes 27 ÷ 3 = 9 jumps.

**He has taken ……….jumps, if he is at 36.**

Ans. He has taken (36 ÷ 3) = 12 jumps if he is at 36.

**If he is at 42, he has taken …….jumps.**

Ans. If he is at 42, he has taken (42 ÷ 3) = 14 jumps.

**Starting from 0, a rabbit jumps 5 steps at a time.**

**In how many jumps does he reach 25?**

Ans. He will reach 25 in 5 jumps. (Because 25 ÷ 5 = 5)

**He reaches ……….. after taking 8 jumps.**

Ans. He reaches ** (8 x 5) = 40 **after taking 8 jumps.

**He needs………jumps to reach 55.**

Ans. He needs (55 ÷ 5) = 11 jumps to reach 55.

**Page No. 151 Solutions**

**Practice Time**

**1) 18 ÷ 9 = ………2) 28÷ 2 =**

**3) 48 ÷ 4 = ……… 4) 66 ÷ 6 =………**

**5) 96 ÷ 8 = ……… 6) 110 ÷ 10 =………**

**7) 66 ÷ = ……… 8) 16 ÷ 4 = ………**

**9) 50 ÷ 8 = ……… 10) 130 ÷ 10 =………**

**11) 100 ÷ 20 = ……… 12) 60 ÷ 20 =………**

**13) 28 ÷ 2 = ……… 14) 56 ÷ 7 = ………**

**15) 48 ÷ 4 = ……… 16) 96 ÷ 6 = ………**

**Sea Shells**

Anil lives near the sea. He thought of making necklaces for his three friends. He looked for sea shells the whole day. He collected 112 sea shells by evening.

**Page No. 152 Solutions**

He took 28 shells for one necklace, 112 – 28 = 84

Now he was left with 84 shells. Again, he took 28 more shells for the second necklace.

**How many shells are left now? **

Ans. 84 – 28 56 shells are left now.

**How many necklaces can Anil make from 112 shells?**

Ans. Anil can make four necklaces from 112 shells. (112 ÷ 28 = 4)

**Are the shells enough for making necklaces for all his friends? **

Ans. Yes, the shells are enough for making necklaces for all his friends.

**Try these**

**(A) Mannu made a necklace of 17 sea shells. How many such necklaces can be made using 100 sea shells?**

Sol. Let us do this sum by using repeated subtraction:

After making the **first **necklace, the number of shells left = 100 – 17 = 83

After making the **second **necklace, the number of shells left = 83 – 17 = 66

After making the **third **necklace, the number of shells left = 66 – 17 = 49

After making the **fourth **necklace, the number of shells left = 49 – 17 = 32

After making the **fifth **necklace, the number of shells left = 32 – 17 = 15

In this way, Mannu can make 5 necklaces of 17 sea shells by using 100 sea shells. He will be left with 15 sea shells now.

**(B) One carton can hold 85 soap bars. Razia wants to pack 338 soap bars. How many cartons does she need for packing all of them?**

Sol: Let us do (using repeated subtraction)

338 – 85 = 253

253 – 85 = 168

168 – 85 = 83

In this way, we can subtract 85 from 338, 3 times and the remaining soap bars are 83.

So Razia needs 3 + 1 = 4 cartons to pack 338 soap bars.

**(C) Sandeep wants 1500 sacks of cement for making a house. A minivan carries 250 sacks at a time. How many trips will the minivan make?**

**A driver charges 500 for a trip. How much will Sandeep pay to the driver for all the trips?**

Sol. Let us do (using repeated subtraction) we have

(1) 1500 – 250 = 1250

(2) 1250 – 250 = 1000

(3) 1000 – 250 = 750

(4) 750 – 250 = 500

(5) 500 – 250 = 250

(6) 250 – 250 = 0

Thus, 250 can be subtracted from 1500, 6 times.

So, the minivan will make 6 trips to carry 1500, sacks of cement.

Driver’s charges for 1 trip = ₹ 500 Driver’s charges for 6 trips

= ₹ 500 × 6

= ₹ 3000

So, Sandeep will pay ₹ 3000 to the driver for all the trips.

**Page No. 153 Solutions**

**Shakti Sweets**

**Shakti is making sweets for Id. He has made a tray of 80 laddoos. **

**Please pack 4 laddoos in a box. I need 23 small boxes.**

Are the sweets in the tray enough to pack 23 small boxes?

Sol. Total number of sweets = 80

Number of small boxes = 23

Number of laddoos in one box = 4

So the number of laddoos are needed = 23 × 4 = 92

No, the sweets in the tray are not enough.

**How many more sweets are needed?**

Sol. Number of sweets in a tray = 80

Number of sweets in 23 boxes = 92

So, number of sweets needed = 92-80 = 12 Ans.

**Shakti also has a bigger box in which he packs 12 laddoos. How many boxes does he need for packing 60 laddoos?**

Sol. 12 laddoos can be packed in = 1 box

60 laddoos can be packed in = 60 ÷ 12 = 5 boxes.

**Page No. 154 Solutions**

**Practice Time**

**(1) Rabiya brought 15 storybooks to her class. Today 45 students are present. How many children will need to share one storybook?**

Sol. Number of students = 45

Number of storybooks = 15

Number of Children sharing one storybook = 45÷15 = 3 Ans.

**(2) A family of 8 people needs 60 kg of wheat for a month. How much wheat does this family need for a week?**

Sol. A family of 8 people needs wheat for a month

(one month = 4 weeks) = 60 kg

Therefore, for one week, they need wheat = 60 kg ÷ 4 = 15 kg.

**(3) Asma wants a change for ₹ 500. How many notes will she get if she wants in return-**

**(A) All 100-rupee notes? **

**(B) All 50-rupee notes? **

**(C) All 20-rupee notes? **

**(D) All 5-rupee notes?**

Ans. (A) Number of 100-rupee notes = 500 ÷ 100 = 5

(B) Number of 50-rupee notes = 500 ÷ 50 = 10

(C) Number of 20-rupee notes = 500 ÷ 20 = 25

(D) Number of 5-rupee notes = 500 ÷ 5 = 100

**You have to distribute 72 tomatoes equally in 3 baskets. How many tomatoes will there be in each?**

Sol. Number of tomatoes = 72

Number of baskets = 3

Number of tomatoes in each basket = Number of tomatoes/Number of baskets = 72/3 = (72 ÷ 3) = 24 Ans.

**There are 350 bricks in a hand- cart. Sanju found the weight of a brick to be 2 kg. What will be the weight of all bricks?**

Sol. Total number of bricks = 350 Weight of one brick = 2 kg

Total weight of 350 bricks = (350 × 2) kg = 700 kg Ans.

**Page No. 156 Solutions**

**Another Method**

Sanjay and Ravi are trying 70 ÷ 5 in a different way. Ravi writes—

First, I give 5 to each.

I have distributed 5 × 5 = 25

Next, I give 6 more to everyone. I have distributed ₹ 30 more.

**Now I am left with ……….. rupees.**

Now I am left with 15.

**How will Ravi distribute the rest of the money? Complete it?**

Ravi distributed 3 more and now nothing is left.

So, each child gets 5 + 6 + 3 =** ₹ 14. **

**Check your answer**

Multiply your answer by 5 and see if you get 70. Is your answer correct? Yes, the answer is right. (14 × 5 = 70).

**Your Method**

**Now use your own method to divide ₹ 70 equally among 5 people. If you want you can start by giving ₹ 2 to each. Or you can even start with ₹ 11 to each.**

Sol. Let us start with ₹ 2 to each First, I give ₹ 2 to each.

So, I have distributed ₹ 5 × 2 = ₹ 10

Next, I give ₹ 10 more to everyone. Then I have distributed ₹ 5 x 10 = ₹ 50.

Next, again I give ₹ 2 to each.

I have distributed ₹ 2 × 5 = ₹ 10

Now nothing is left. And all the money is divided equally each gets 2 + 10 + 2 = ₹ 14

**Can you start with ₹ 15 to each? **

Ans. No, we cannot start it with 15 to each. Because ₹ 15 x 5 = ₹ 75, which is more than ₹ 70.

**Page No. 157 Solutions**

**Try Doing These**

**(a) 65 ÷ 5 (b) 84 ÷ 2**

**(c) 69 ÷ 3 (d) 90 ÷ 6**

**(e) 72 ÷ 4 (f)108 ÷ 9**

**(g) 232 ÷ 2 (h) 428 ÷ 4**

**Page No. 157 – 158 Solutions**

**Story Problems**

Now you look at the other pictures and ask questions like Suman.

**There are 8 packets of rakhis. Each packet has 6 rakhis in it.**

My question: How many rakhis are there in all?

**There are 10 packets of sugar. Imtiyaz paid 110 rupees for all the packets.**

My question: Find the cost of 1 packet of sugar.

**Page No. 159 Solutions**

**There are 35 students in 7 rows. Each row has the same number of students.**

My question: How many students are there in each row?

**Ravi, Veena, Chintu and Bhavna are going to Guwahati. The cost of one rail ticket is 62.**

My question: Find the cost of four rail tickets.

**Page No. 160 Solutions**

**One metre of cloth costs 20. Ashaan bought some cloth and paid 140.**

My question: How much cloth she bought?

**Also, guess the answer.**

Sol. Cloth she bought = 140 ÷ 20 = 7 m

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