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Question number: 56

» Mathematics » Numbers Upto 100

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Tinku wrote numbers counting by tens.

This figure shows the numbers by tens

This Figure Shows the Numbers by Tens

Find which number counting by tens

Which number did he missed writing?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

45

b.

55

c.

65

d.

50

Question number: 57

» Mathematics » Ordinal Numbers

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Things are paired taking the first object from I and second one from II.

This diagram shows things are paired

This Diagram Shows Things Are Paired

In this the first object from I and the second one from II

Who of the following is correctly paired?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

first object from I and second from II – choice A

First Object from I and Second from II – Choice A

Find which is correctly paired

b.

first object from I and second from II – choice B

First Object from I and Second from II – Choice B

Find which is correctly paired

c.

first object from I and second from II – choice C

First Object from I and Second from II – Choice C

Find which is correctly paired

d.

first object from I and second from II – choice D

First Object from I and Second from II – Choice D

Find which is correctly paired

Question number: 58

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Which number is 1 less than 8 tens 4 ones?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

85

b.

48

c.

83

d.

84

Question number: 59

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The children shown stand in a line starting with the smallest first.

This picture shows the children stand in a line

This Picture Shows the Children Stand in a Line

The children shown stand in a line starting with the smallest first

Who should stand in the third place?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

This picture shows child stand in the place – Choice A

This Picture Shows Child Stand in the Place – Choice A

Find which child stand in the third place

b.

This picture shows child stand in the place – Choice B

This Picture Shows Child Stand in the Place – Choice B

Find which child stand in the third place

c.

This picture shows child stand in the place – Choice C

This Picture Shows Child Stand in the Place – Choice C

Find which child stand in the third place

d.

This picture shows child stand in the place – Choice D

This Picture Shows Child Stand in the Place – Choice D

Find which child stand in the third place

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