NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 3: Questions 78 - 83 of 2216

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Question number: 78

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The number having “8” in the ones place, “9” in the hundreds place and “3” in the tens place is ________.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

983

b.

938

c.

839

d.

893

Question number: 79

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10 less than 200 are:

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a.

189

b.

199

c.

190

d.

198

Question number: 80

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Mohan’s likes and dislikes numbers.

Mohan’S Likes and Dislikes Numbers

Which of the following number does Mohan like?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

189

b.

321

c.

282

d.

150

Question number: 81

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Three students Mina, Sita and Kaya wrote three digit numbers on their slates as shown below:

Three boxes with three different numbers Mina, Sita and Kaya.

Three Boxes with Three Different Numbers Mina, Sita and Kaya

Who wrote the least number?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Mina

b.

Sita

c.

Kaya

d.

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Question number: 82

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Choose the number in which the place value of 2 is 20 from the following:

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a.

Series of different abacuses

Series of Different Abacuses

b.

Series of different abacus.

Series of Different Abacus

c.

Serie of different abacuse.

Serie of Different Abacuse

d.

eries of different abacuses

Eries of Different Abacuses

Question number: 83

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Choose the number in which the place value of 5 is 50 from the following:

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a.

Different abacus with varied hundreds, tens, and ones place

Different Abacus with Varied Hundreds, Tens, and Ones Place

b.

abacus with varied hundreds, tens, and ones place

Abacus with Varied Hundreds, Tens, and Ones Place

c.

Different abacus with varied hundreds, tens, and ones

Different Abacus with Varied Hundreds, Tens, and Ones

d.

Different abacus with varied place

Different Abacus with Varied Place

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