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Question number: 518

» Everyday Mathematics

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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Snail P travels 533 m per day. Snail Q travels 700m per day. How much meters less would Snail P travel than snail Q in a week?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

1169 m

b.

167 m

c.

533 m

d.

1233 m

Question number: 519

» Logical Reasoning

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The missing number in the banners are ________.

The girls are standing with banner

The Girls Are Standing with Banner

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Choice (4)Response

a.

12,20

b.

16,18

c.

20,17

d.

18,16

Question number: 520

» Logical Reasoning

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Look at the pattern of shapes below.

Image shows the pattern of glass

Image Shows the Pattern of Glass

Which of the following shows the same kind of pattern?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Image shows the pattern of screw Choice - A

Image Shows the Pattern of Screw Choice - A

b.

Image shows the pattern of screw Choice - B

Image Shows the Pattern of Screw Choice - B

c.

Image shows the pattern of screw Choice - C

Image Shows the Pattern of Screw Choice - C

d.

Shows the pattern of screw in image Choice - D

Shows the Pattern of Screw in Image Choice - D

Question number: 521

» Length, Weight and Quantity

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Number of different ways Ravi can choose to go from home to school is ________.

Different ways to go from home to school route is given

Different Ways to Go from Home to School Route is Given

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Choice (4)Response

a.

6

b.

3

c.

4

d.

5

Question number: 522

» Everyday Mathematics

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For every birthday Sahil’s parents put as many money in rupees in a piggy bank as his age in years. There are Rs. 55 total in the piggy bank. How old is he?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

12 years old

b.

10 years old

c.

14 years old

d.

15 years old

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