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Question number: 1206

» Mathematics » Fractions

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Various balloons with few of them shaded – Find Fraction

Various Balloons with Few of Them Shaded – Find Fraction

________ of the figure is unshaded.

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Choice (4)Response

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b.

c.

d.

Question number: 1207

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A figure with shaded parts and unshaded.

A Figure with Shaded Parts and Unshaded

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Question number: 1208

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What of the following figure is divided into four equal parts?

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Figures divides into four parts – Choice A

Figures Divides into Four Parts – Choice A

b.

Figures divides into four parts – Choice B

Figures Divides into Four Parts – Choice B

c.

Figures divides into four parts – Choice C

Figures Divides into Four Parts – Choice C

d.

Figures divides into four parts – Choice D

Figures Divides into Four Parts – Choice D

Question number: 1209

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Identify the given figure.

The image is children on road having lines

The Image is Children on Road Having Lines

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Place where U-turns can be made

b.

Speed limit zone

c.

No speed limit

d.

Pedestrian crossing

Question number: 1210

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A figure with shaded parts – find correct ratio

A Figure with Shaded Parts – Find Correct Ratio

________ of the figure is unshaded.

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b.

c.

d.

Question number: 1211

» Mathematics » Addition and Subtraction

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There are 3 dice below. The numbers on the face of each of the dice is either 10,20,30,40,50 and 60. All the dice are the same Jack throws all the three dice at once. The total is 110. What is the number on each of the dice if the difference between the smallest and biggest number is 40?

Cats with numbers written besides them

Cats with Numbers Written Besides Them

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Choice (4)Response

a.

20,30,60

b.

30,40,50

c.

50,40,10

d.

10,50,40

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