Mathematics-Ordinal Numbers [NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 1]: Questions 1 - 4 of 40

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Question number: 1

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

This diagram shows children stand in a line

This Diagram Shows Children Stand in a Line

Who should stand in the fourth place?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

This image represents the youngest first – choice A

This Image Represents the Youngest First – Choice A

b.

This image represents the youngest first – choice B

This Image Represents the Youngest First – Choice B

c.

This image represents the youngest first – choice C

This Image Represents the Youngest First – Choice C

d.

This image represents the youngest first – choice D

This Image Represents the Youngest First – Choice D

Question number: 2

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Which object is the second from the right in the set given?

This diagram shows the set of objects

This Diagram Shows the Set of Objects

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Choice (4)Response

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Flower

b.

Bottle

c.

Balloons

d.

Pups

Question number: 3

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Which numbers tell the position of an object in a set?

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Choice (4)Response

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Numerals

b.

Counting numbers

c.

Number names

d.

Ordinal numbers

Question number: 4

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The figure shows the broken bead chain of Hema.

This figure shows the broken chain

This Figure Shows the Broken Chain

Which bead is the ninth from the right in the chain?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

This figure shows the geometry shapes – Choice A

This Figure Shows the Geometry Shapes – Choice A

b.

This figure shows the geometry shapes – Choice B

This Figure Shows the Geometry Shapes – Choice B

c.

This figure shows the geometry shapes – Choice C

This Figure Shows the Geometry Shapes – Choice C

d.

This figure shows the geometry shapes – Choice D

This Figure Shows the Geometry Shapes – Choice D

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