NSO Level 1- Science Olympiad (SOF) Class 3: Questions 130 - 137 of 504

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Question number: 130

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There are 125 girls in a class. There are 15 less boys than girls. How many students are there in a class?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

240 students

b.

235 students

c.

115 students

d.

245 students

Question number: 131

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There are 160 boys in a room. There are 12 more girls than boys. How many children are there in the room?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

172 children

b.

342 children

c.

332 children

d.

322 children

Question number: 132

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Vikash has 5 yellow, 2 red, 8 blue and 12 black crayons in a packet. Which crayon will most likely come out of the packet?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Yellow

b.

Red

c.

Blue

d.

Black

Question number: 133

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Five hundred and thirty-nine is the same as ________.

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d.

Question number: 134

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The product of 84 and 6 is 84 more than ________.

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504

b.

460

c.

846

d.

420

Question number: 135

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What is the missing digit in the box?

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0

b.

9

c.

7

d.

3

Question number: 136

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Mital has 2 blue, 5 yellow, 1 green and 9 red marbles in a box. Which marble will least likely come out of the packet?

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Choice (4) Response

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Red

b.

Green

c.

Blue

d.

Yellow

Question number: 137

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Multiply 548 by 2. The answer is the same as ________.

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