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Question number: 28

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Highest common factor of 42 and 162 is ________.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

6

b.

3

c.

2

d.

7

Question number: 29

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CM – DM = ________.

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a.

400

b.

4

c.

40

d.

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Question number: 30

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Cost of 1 kilo rice is 55 Rs. A grocer bought 20 kilo rice then total amount paid by a grocer is?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

1339 Rs.

b.

1120 Rs.

c.

1100 Rs.

d.

1500 Rs.

Question number: 31

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Which of the following expressions is equal to

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b.

c.

8

d.

5

Question number: 32

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Which of the following expressions is equal to

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b.

c.

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Question number: 33

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Ravina sold 7654 cakes in 6 days, she sold 234 more cakes on the last day of the week than the previous six days. How many cakes did she sell in the whole week?

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a.

14255

b.

15524

c.

15425

d.

15542

Question number: 34

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Mohit baked 1200 cookies. He sold 364 of them and gave the rest equally to 11 of his friends. How many cookies did each of his friends receive?

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a.

70

b.

76

c.

67

d.

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Question number: 35

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Which list shows first four multiples of 5?

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a.

1,5, 10,15

b.

5,55,555,5, 555

c.

5,10,15,20

d.

5,50,500,5, 000

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