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Question number: 540

» Geometry

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Which figure does have a line of symmetry?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Given figure made by squares : Choice A

Given Figure Made by Squares: Choice A

b.

Given figure made by squares : Choice B

Given Figure Made by Squares: Choice B

c.

Given figure made by squares : Choice C

Given Figure Made by Squares: Choice C

d.

Given figure made by squares : Choice D

Given Figure Made by Squares: Choice D

Question number: 541

» Everday Mathematics

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The capacity of a small container is 1240 ml and the capacity of a big container is 50 ml. If uses 1 small containers and 1 big container of water to fill up an empty tank, then what is the capacity of the tank?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

3040 ml

b.

2300 ml

c.

1290 ml

d.

1240 ml

Question number: 542

» Everday Mathematics

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Rima bought 50 orange. She found out that out of every 10 orange, 4 are rotten and had to be thrown away. How many oranges in the end are left with him?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

50

b.

30

c.

26

d.

54

Question number: 543

» Logical Reasoning

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Reshu used rectangles and circles to make a pattern. For Figure 1 she used two circles. For Figure 2, she added two rectangles. She continued the pattern by adding two circles and the two rectangles.

What will be the total number of circles in Figure 5?

Circle cCircle c: Circle through B with center ACircle c_1Circle c_1: Circle through B_1 with center A_1Circle c_3Circle c_3: Circle through B_2 with center A_2Circle c_4Circle c_4: Circle through B_3 with center A_3Circle c_6Circle c_6: Circle through B_4 with center A_4Circle c_7Circle c_7: Circle through B_5 with center A_5Circle c_ {11}Circle c_ {11}: Circle through B_6 with center A_6Circle c_ {12}Circle c_ {12}: Circle through B_7 with center A_7Segment c_2Segment c_2: Segment [C, D] of Quadrilateral poly1Segment dSegment d: Segment [D, E] of Quadrilateral poly1Segment eSegment e: Segment [E, F] of Quadrilateral poly1Segment fSegment f: Segment [F, C] of Quadrilateral poly1Segment c_5Segment c_5: Segment [C_1, D_1] of Quadrilateral poly1_1Segment d_1Segment d_1: Segment [D_1, E_1] of Quadrilateral poly1_1Segment e_1Segment e_1: Segment [E_1, F_1] of Quadrilateral poly1_1Segment f_1Segment f_1: Segment [F_1, C_1] of Quadrilateral poly1_1Segment c_9Segment c_9: Segment [C_3, D_3] of Quadrilateral poly1_3Segment d_3Segment d_3: Segment [D_3, E_3] of Quadrilateral poly1_3Segment e_3Segment e_3: Segment [E_3, F_3] of Quadrilateral poly1_3Segment f_3Segment f_3: Segment [F_3, C_3] of Quadrilateral poly1_3Segment c_ {10}Segment c_ {10}: Segment [C_4, D_4] of Quadrilateral poly1_4Segment d_4Segment d_4: Segment [D_4, E_4] of Quadrilateral poly1_4Segment e_4Segment e_4: Segment [E_4, F_4] of Quadrilateral poly1_4Segment f_4Segment f_4: Segment [F_4, C_4] of Quadrilateral poly1_4Figure 1text1 = “Figure 1”Figure 2text1_1 = “Figure 2”Figure 3text1_2 = “Figure 3”

Figure Shows the Rectangle and Circles

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Choice (4)Response

a.

4

b.

8

c.

10

d.

6

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