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Question number: 1

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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Using the given balances, find the weight of

Image shows addition of pomegranate and mangoes

Image Shows Addition of Pomegranate and Mangoes

Image Of The Diagram shows weight of mango and pomegranate

Image of the Diagram Shows Weight of Mango and Pomegranate

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Choice (4)Response

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8400 g

b.

8650 g

c.

8340 g

d.

8900 g

Question number: 2

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Using the given balances, find the weight of

Image shows kiwi and orange

Image Shows Kiwi and Orange

Image Of The Diagram shows weight of fruits

Image of the Diagram Shows Weight of Fruits

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Choice (4)Response

a.

4800 g

b.

5300 g

c.

4600 g

d.

5610 g

Question number: 3

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Somya travelled the distance of 1744 km by three modes of transport. She travelled distance by car, of left distance by bus and rest by walking. Find the distance travelled by walking.

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Choice (4)Response

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340 km

b.

436 km

c.

541 km

d.

560 km

Question number: 4

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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Amber pours out some water from buckets P, Q, R and S. He has 1964 mL of water left in the 4buckets altogether. The quantity of water Amber poured out is ________.

Image Of The Figure shows water from buckets P, Q, R and S

Image of the Figure Shows Water from Buckets P, Q, R and S

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Question number: 5

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The capacity of Tank M is liters. The capacity of Tank N is liters more than the capacity of Tank M. What is the total capacity of the two tanks?

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