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» Mathematics » Length, Mass & Capacity
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The bucket can hold ________ l of water.
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  6 

b.  3 

c.  5 

d.  4 

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The total mass of a packet of wafers and packet of sweets is 659 g. The mass of the same packet of wafers and a packet of drink is 229 g lesser. Based on the information answer the following.
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If the mass of the packet of drink is 242 g, then the mass of the packet of wafers is ________ g.
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  320 

b.  188 

c.  229 

d.  430 

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» Mathematics » Length, Mass & Capacity
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The mass of the packet of sweets is ________ g if the mass of the packet of drink is 242 g
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  188 

b.  471 

c.  425 

d.  900 

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» Mathematics » Length, Mass & Capacity
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The total mass of the packet of wafers and the packet of drink is ________ g.
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  550 

b.  430 

c.  659 

d.  229 

Question number: 459
» Mathematics » Length, Mass & Capacity
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A packet of milk is 450g heavier than a packet of pineapple juice. The mass of the packet of pineapple juice is 232g. What is the total mass of the packet of milk and pineapple juice?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  914 

b.  600 

c.  514 

d.  320 

Question number: 460
» Mathematics » Money
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Seema had 1 hundredrupee notes, 2 twentyrupee notes and 1 tenrupee notes. After she treated her friends to party, she had Rs. 50 left. How much did the party cost?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Rs. 150 

b.  Rs. 125 

c.  Rs. 100 

d.  Rs. 65 

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Simmy bought the toys shown below from a sale.
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» Mathematics » Money
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Which toy, together with the robot and the train, cost between Rs. 47 and Rs. 50?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  F 

b.  E 

c.  D 

d.  A 

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Which 3 toys did she buy with exactly Rs. 40?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  D, E, F 

b.  A, C, D 

c.  C, E, F 

d.  B, C, D 
