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Question number: 841

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Write the following is descending order?

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b.

c.

d.

Question number: 842

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________ cm

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Choice (4) Response

a.

120

b.

1200

c.

1204

d.

124

Question number: 843

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Choose the odd one from the following measure?

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a.

Height of a building metres

b.

Height of a boy metre

c.

Weight of a mango gm

d.

Length of a book cm

Question number: 844

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In a running race, rabbit is 100 m ahead of tortoise. After that it takes rest for sometime. At that time tortoise crosses it and travels 50 m. how much distance did the tortoise travel?

 This figure is running race between rabbit and tortoise

This Figure is Running Race between Rabbit and Tortoise

This figure represents the tortoise runs more than the rabbit

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Choice (4) Response

a.

100 m

b.

200 m

c.

150 m

d.

50 m

Question number: 845

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A bag of wheat weighs 5 kg and a bag of tea weighs 4 kg. What is the weight of 6 bag of wheat and 2 bag of tea?

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a.

30 kg

b.

20 kg

c.

38 kg

d.

25 kg

Question number: 846

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Three glasses of water is equal to 1 litre. If a bucket can hold 8 litres of water, then how many glasses of water is required to fill it?

This figure define bucket and glass

This Figure Define Bucket and Glass

In this bucket can hold 8 litres of water

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Choice (4) Response

a.

24

b.

9

c.

25

d.

16

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