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Question 1

The situation representing the expression 5 x (30 - 3) among the following is ____.
A) Five added to the difference of the ages of Radha aged 30 years and her daughter Asha aged 3 years.
B) Five times the sum of the ages of Radha aged 30 years and her daughter Asha aged 3 years.
C) Five times the age of Radha reduced by the age of Asha, if Radha is 30 years old and Asha 3 years.
D) Five times the difference of the ages of Radha aged 30 years and her daughter Asha aged 3 years.

Question 2

The two whole numbers occurring just before 1000 are ____.
A) 900 and 800
B) 1001 and 1002
C) 998 and 999
D) 996 and 997

Question 3

178905 is not divisible by 2.
A) True
B) False

Question 4

The lines shown in the figure below are intersecting at point ____.

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A) A
B) P
C) D
D) C

Question 5

The supplementary angle of 3  is ____.
A) 130o
B) 120o
C) 60o
D) 100o

Question 6

In the figure below, point O represents zero. Point X represents the temperature of Srinagar, point P represents of Shimla and point A represents the temperature of Nainital on the same day. Then the place with the highest temperature is Shimla.
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A) True
B) False

Question 7

Which of the following pair of fractions are equivalent fractions?
A) 8
B) 9
C) 10
D) 11

Question 8

A number with four or more digits is divisible by ____, if the number formed by the last three digits of the number is divisible by 8.
A) 3
B) 5
C) 6
D) 8

Question 9

123.456 + 345.098 + 111.111 = ____.
A) 579.665
B) 597.665
C) 597.656
D) 579.565

Question 10

Kirti and Tina go for a morning walk. Kirti goes around a rectangular field of length 275 m and breadth 125 m. Tina goes around a square field of side 225 m. The correct statement among the following is ____.
A) Both Kirti and Tina covers equal distance in each round.
B) Kirti covers 100 m more distance than Tina in each round.
C) Tina covers 100 m more distance than Kirti in each round.
D) Tina covers 50 m more distance than Kirti in each round.

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