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Question number: 321
Question number: 322
» Computers » Input & Output Devices
Question
Dot matrix, daisywheel and line printer are the examples of ________.
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Nonimpact printer 

b.  Thermal printer 

c.  Impact printer 

d.  Page printer 

Question number: 323
» Mental Ability » Basic Arithmetic
Question
A class of seventh is growing flowers for their science projects. Each student spent Rs. 5 for seeds and Rs. 7 for a container of plant the seeds in. There are 50 students in the class. How much money did the class spend on seeds and containers in all?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Rs. 400 

b.  Rs. 500 

c.  Rs. 800 

d.  Rs. 600 

Question number: 324
» Mental Ability » Basic Arithmetic
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A sixthgrade class is growing plants for their science projects. Each student spent Rs. 1 for seeds and Rs. 2.50 for a container of plant the seeds in. There are 30 students in the class. How much money did the sixthgrade class spend on seeds and containers in all?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Rs. 255 

b.  Rs. 3.50 

c.  Rs. 105 

d.  Rs. 165 

Question number: 325
» Mental Ability » Basic Arithmetic
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Anita collects postage stamps. She has of the postage stamps in her collection. What is expressed as a percent?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  25 % 

b.  75 % 

c.  35 % 

d.  20 % 

Question number: 326
» Mental Ability » Basic Arithmetic
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An engineer is making a design on the road with paving blocks. The road is 15 paving blocks wide. The engineer puts down 4 rows of blue paving blocks, 1 row of white paving block, 4 rows of blue paving blocks, and so on. If he needs to put down 200 rows of paving blocks, how many white paving blocks will he need?
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  600 

b.  340 

c.  400 

d.  150 
