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Question number: 507

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A library has 52 video-tapes that can be checked out. On Monday the librarian counted 17 video-tapes still on the shelf. How many video-tapes were checked out from the library?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

44

b.

45

c.

35

d.

69

Question number: 508

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The ratio of computers to mobiles in a shop is 6: 5. There are 32 fewer mobiles than computers. What is the total number of mobiles and computers in the shop?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

352

b.

215

c.

192

d.

160

Question number: 509

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Ram and his mom were baking cupcakes. The recipe calls for one egg for every dozen cupcakes. Ram finds five eggs in his refrigerator and makes a chart to see how many cupcakes he can make.

Table of number of eggs and cupcakes

Showing the table of number of eggs and cupcakes

Eggs

1

2

3

4

5

Cupcakes

12

24

36

48

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What is the missing value in the chart?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

17

b.

60

c.

72

d.

49

Question number: 510

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Ravi has a total of Rs. 25, 000. He spends 20 % of his money on books. How many rupees does he spend on books?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Rs. 5000

b.

Rs. 4500

c.

Rs. 5500

d.

Rs. 1000

Question number: 511

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In an office, there are 72 employees. The ratio of female to male is 3: 5. How many male are there in the office?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

45

b.

50

c.

40

d.

37

Question number: 512

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Each of two groups of employees has 70 people. If Equation of the first group are male employees and Equation of the second group are male employees, how many more male employees of the first group than of the second group?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

12

b.

14

c.

15

d.

20

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