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Question number: 514

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Nikhil sold 157 mangoes. Dipti sold 87 more mangoes than Nikhil. Harsh sold 23 less mangoes than Nikhil. How many mangoes did Harsh sell?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

124

b.

135

c.

134

d.

132

Question number: 515

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Rahul had 250 grams of Wheat. He buy 50 grams on Thursday and 120 grams on the Wednesday. How many total grams of wheat?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

440 g

b.

420 g

c.

450 g

d.

430 g

Question number: 516

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Sujak had Rs. 250. His father gave his Rs. 70 as for pocket money and his sister gave his Rs. 10 for sweets. How much money Sujak has now?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Rs. 345

b.

Rs. 330

c.

Rs. 355

d.

Rs. 370

Question number: 517

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Amisha buy 234 pens. Kiran buy 43 less pens than Amisha. Ritu buy 12 more pens than Amisha. How many pens did Ritu buy?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

222

b.

220

c.

246

d.

224

Question number: 518

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Sikha had Rs. 125. Her mother gave her Rs. 225 as for pocket money. She got Rs. 300 from a prize distribution in her school. How much money Sikha has now?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Rs. 635

b.

Rs. 650

c.

Rs. 685

d.

Rs. 670

Question number: 519

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Which of the following pair of shapes do not seem to fit together?

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a.

This image of shape shows the two parts of shapes – Choice A

This Image of Shape Shows the Two Parts of Shapes – Choice A

Find which pair of shapes does not seem to fit together

b.

This image of shape shows the two parts of shapes – Choice B

This Image of Shape Shows the Two Parts of Shapes – Choice B

Find which pair of shapes does not seem to fit together

c.

This image of shape shows the two parts of shapes – Choice C

This Image of Shape Shows the Two Parts of Shapes – Choice C

Find which pair of shapes does not seem to fit together

d.

This image of shape shows the two parts of shapes – Choice D

This Image of Shape Shows the Two Parts of Shapes – Choice D

Find which pair of shapes does not seem to fit together