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Question number: 72

» Mathematics » Numbers Upto 100

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Find the missing numbers.

This figure shows the number and missing number

This Figure Shows the Number and Missing Number

Find the missing number in this diagram

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

In this figure shows the two numbers – Choice A

In this Figure Shows the Two Numbers – Choice A

This figure represents the two missing numbers

b.

In this figure shows the two numbers – Choice B

In this Figure Shows the Two Numbers – Choice B

This figure represents the two missing numbers

c.

 In this figure shows the two numbers – Choice C

In this Figure Shows the Two Numbers – Choice C

This figure represents the two missing numbers

d.

 In this figure shows the two numbers – Choice D

In this Figure Shows the Two Numbers – Choice D

This figure represents the two missing numbers

Question number: 73

» Mathematics » Ordinal Numbers

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Which number is in between 29 and 31?

Find which number is in between 29 and 31

Find Which Number is in between 29 and 31

This figure shows between these two numbers

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Choice (4) Response

a.

30

b.

32

c.

20

d.

28

Question number: 74

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Which of the following is the correct arrangement from the lightest to the heaviest?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

This figure shows in lightest to heaviest order – Choice A

This Figure Shows in Lightest to Heaviest Order – Choice A

In this figure the correct arrangement from the lightest to the heaviest

b.

This figure shows in lightest to heaviest order – Choice B

This Figure Shows in Lightest to Heaviest Order – Choice B

In this figure the correct arrangement from the lightest to the heaviest

c.

This figure shows in lightest to heaviest order – Choice C

This Figure Shows in Lightest to Heaviest Order – Choice C

In this figure the correct arrangement from the lightest to the heaviest

d.

This figure shows in lightest to heaviest order – Choice D

This Figure Shows in Lightest to Heaviest Order – Choice D

In this figure the correct arrangement from the lightest to the heaviest

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