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Question number: 610

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23: 32 hrs in 12 hr clock is ________.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

11: 32 am

b.

11: 32 pm

c.

11 pm

d.

11 am

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The given table shows the postage rate at a post office. Study it carefully and answer the following questions

Table shows the postage rates of local mail and foreign mail

Table Shows the Postage Rates of Local Mail and Foreign Mail

Using given table find out the postage rates of local mail and foreign mail

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The postage for sending a parcel by local mail is Rs. 4.50. What is the maximum possible weight of the parcel?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

1.5 kg

b.

2.13 kg

c.

1.95 kg

d.

2.08 kg

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The postage for sending a parcel by foreign mail is Rs. 9.10. What is the maximum possible weight of the parcel?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

1.95 kg

b.

2.05 kg

c.

1.5 kg

d.

2.13 kg

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How much postage is needed to send a foreign mail of weight 470 g?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

130 paise

b.

200 paise

c.

170 paise

d.

250 paise

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How much postage is needed to send a local mail of weight 470 g?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

85 paise

b.

70 paise

c.

130 paise

d.

90 paise

Question number: 615

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A beaker is filled with water. Another 8 litres of water is needed to fill the beaker to its brim. What is the capacity of the beaker?

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a.

144 litres

b.

1.44 litres

c.

14.4 litres

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Question number: 616

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A tailor had a piece of cloth 9 m long. He cut 3 smaller pieces of cloth each m from it. How many metres of cloth were left?

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b.

c.

2

d.

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