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Question number: 67

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The numbers in the box are counted by sevens.

This numbers in the box are counted by sevens

This Numbers in the Box Are Counted by Sevens

Which number is wrong?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

75

b.

80

c.

59

d.

66

Question number: 68

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Which is the smallest?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

2 tens

b.

2 tens 3 ones

c.

2 tens 5 ones

d.

3 tens

Question number: 69

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What is the ordinal number for 7?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

First

b.

Seventh

c.

Sixth

d.

Ninth

Question number: 70

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The figure shows the broken bead chain of Kundan.

This figure shows the broken bead chain

This Figure Shows the Broken Bead Chain

Which bead is the twelfth from the left in the chain?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

This figure refers the geometry shapes – Choice A

This Figure Refers the Geometry Shapes – Choice A

b.

This figure refers the geometry shapes – Choice B

This Figure Refers the Geometry Shapes – Choice B

c.

This figure refers the geometry shapes – Choice C

This Figure Refers the Geometry Shapes – Choice C

d.

This figure refers the geometry shapes – Choice D

This Figure Refers the Geometry Shapes – Choice D

Question number: 71

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What is the short form of ‘third’?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

2nd

b.

3rd

c.

4th

d.

1st

Question number: 72

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Find the missing numbers.

This figure shows the number and missing number

This Figure Shows the Number and Missing Number

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Choice (4)Response

a.

In this figure shows the two numbers – Choice A

In this Figure Shows the Two Numbers – Choice A

b.

In this figure shows the two numbers – Choice B

In this Figure Shows the Two Numbers – Choice B

c.

In this figure shows the two numbers – Choice C

In this Figure Shows the Two Numbers – Choice C

d.

In this figure shows the two numbers – Choice D

In this Figure Shows the Two Numbers – Choice D

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