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Question number: 469

» Time

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How many weeks are in a year?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

weeks

b.

weeks

c.

weeks

d.

weeks

Question number: 470

» Money

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How much money is enough to buy this clothes?

This figure show the cost to buy this clothes

This Figure Show the Cost to Buy this Clothes

Find how much money is enough to buy this clothes

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Rs.

b.

Rs.

c.

Rs.

d.

Rs

Question number: 471

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Which date is the fourth Saturday of July 2016?

This figure shows the calender of July 2016

This Figure Shows the Calender of July 2016

Find which date is the forth Saturday

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Choice (4)Response

a.

July

b.

July

c.

July

d.

July

Question number: 472

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How many days are in one year?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

days

b.

days

c.

days

d.

days

Question number: 473

» Money

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Which set of coins shows Rs. 11?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

These coins defines the set of coins – choice A

These Coins Defines the Set of Coins – Choice A

Find which set of coins shows Rs. 11

b.

These coins defines the set of coins – choice B

These Coins Defines the Set of Coins – Choice B

Find which set of coins shows Rs. 11

c.

These coins defines the set of coins – choice C

These Coins Defines the Set of Coins – Choice C

Find which set of coins shows Rs. 11

d.

These coins defines the set of coins – choice D

These Coins Defines the Set of Coins – Choice D

Find which set of coins shows Rs. 11

Question number: 474

» Subtraction

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This figure shows the green and red buttons

This Figure Shows the Green and Red Buttons

Find how many more red buttons are needed

How many more red buttons are needed so that red buttons are equal to green buttons?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

8

b.

7

c.

3

d.

4

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