The DAV Books Solutions Class 5 Maths and **DAV Class 5 Maths Chapter 14 Worksheet 1** Solutions of Bills offer comprehensive answers to textbook questions.

## DAV Class 5 Maths Ch 14 Worksheet 1 Solutions

Question 1.

Who prepares a bill and for whom?

Solution:

The shopkeeper prepares a bill for the customer.

Question 2.

Name any three bills you receive at home. Do all of them look alike? If not, why?

Solution:

Water bill, electricity bill, and mobile bill. No, all of them are different because entries made in various bills are different.

Question 3.

Write three uses of a bill.

Solution:

- A shopkeeper can keep track on day to day sales.
- The customer can cross-check the prices of items purchased and their total cost.
- In case of any problem, the customer can exchange the item easily by showing the bill.

Question 4.

Mr. Kumar bought the following items from Toys Comer, Kamla Nagar, Delhi on 13 March 2014. Prepare a bill for these items.

(a) One teddy bear at ₹ 75 per piece.

(b) Three toy cars at ₹ 45.50 per car.

(c) Two building blocks at ₹ 36 per block.

(d) One jigsaw puzzle for ₹ 85.50.

Solution:

Total amount = ₹ 369

Question 5.

Mrs. Kiran purchased the following items from New Style Garment Store, Karol Bagh, Delhi on 7 September 2014.

(a) Two frocks at ₹ 255.50 per frock.

(b) One salwar-kameez for ₹ 325.

(c) Three shirts at ₹ 125.50 per shirt.

(d) Four nightgowns at ₹ 105.50 per gown.

If Mrs. Kiran gives the shopkeeper ₹ 1,700, how much balance does she get back?

Solution:

Amount of purchase = ₹ 1,634.50

The total amount given by Mrs. Kiran = ₹ 1,700

Balance she get back = ₹ 65.50

### DAV Class 5 Maths Chapter 14 Value Based Questions

During the X-mas festival, sweets and gifts are exchanged with friends and relatives. Julie went with her mother to buy sweets for distribution. They purchased 2 kg cake at ₹ 320 per kg, 30 pastries at ₹ 45 per piece, and 25 doughnuts at ₹ 50 per piece. The shopkeeper made a bill. Julie cross-checked the bill and saw that the shopkeeper had charged ₹ 100 less than the actual bill amount. She informed the shopkeeper. The shopkeeper praised Julie for her honesty and gave her a chocolate.

Question 1.

Calculate the actual bill amount.

Solution:

Question 2.

How many items were purchased?

Solution:

3 items

Question 3.

If Julie’s mother wants to buy a 3 kg cake, how much more should she pay?

Solution:

Cost of 3 kg cake = 3 × ₹ 320 = ₹ 960

Now, she should pay ₹ 320 more.

Question 4.

Suppose you find a wristwatch from the school playground, what will you do?

Solution:

I will ask from children playing in the playground if the watch belongs to them or not. If they say no, then I will give it to reception, who make an announcement in the morning assembly for lost property.

**DAV Class 5 Maths Chapter 14 Worksheet 1 Notes**

**Bill:**

The slip of paper on which a shopkeeper notes down the requirements of a customer (buyer) and calculates the total cost of items purchased is called a bill.

Uses of a Bill:

- A shopkeeper can keep track on day to day sales.
- The customer can cross-check the prices of items purchased and their total cost.
- In case of any problem, the customer can exchange the items easily by showing the bill.

We obtain gas bills, electricity bills, water bills, ration bills, etc. All of them look different as entries made in various bills are not exactly the same.

Preparing A Bill

- Step 1. Write the name of the shop, its location, phone number, and date of purchase of items.
- Step 2. Make five columns – item number, name of item, quantity, rate, and amount.
- Step 3. Enter the name of the item, rate, and quantity.
- Step 4. We calculate the amount for each item by multiplying the rate by quantity.
- Step 5. We find the total cost of items purchased.