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Question number: 259

» Mathematics » Addition and Subtraction

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Two hundred less than 350 is:

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Choice (4)Response

a.

230

b.

200

c.

125

d.

150

Question number: 260

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If you add 4 to 60 and then add 20 to the answer, what number would you get?

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a.

92

b.

82

c.

84

d.

72

Question number: 261

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Choice (4)Response

a.

0

b.

620

c.

602

d.

62

Question number: 262

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Vina goes to market with Rs. 80 and buys frocks and books. How many money will she be left with?

Watch, Frock and book are given.

Watch, Frock and Book Are Given

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Rs. 20

b.

Rs. 30

c.

Rs. 10

d.

Rs. 40

Question number: 263

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Which pair of numbers best completes the equations?

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a.

And = 25

b.

And = 21

c.

And = 250

d.

And = 150

Question number: 264

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Choice (4)Response

a.

4

b.

6

c.

2

d.

5

Question number: 265

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If these number sentences are true, which of the following may be correct?

+ = 9

- = 1

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Choice (4)Response

a.

, 3

b.

, 4

c.

, 1

d.

, 1

Question number: 266

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Jay counted 10 Lion, 18 Monkey and 15 Bear at the Zoo. What was the total number of Monkey and Lion?

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a.

25

b.

22

c.

28

d.

21

Question number: 267

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Which word problem below could be represented by the number sentence 2 6 = 12?

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a.

Anu had 2 oranges. She bought 6 more oranges. How many orange did he have?

b.

Anu had 6 oranges. He gave away 2 of them. How many oranges did he have left?

c.

Anu bought 6 packages of oranges with 2 oranges in each package. How many oranges did she buy?

d.

Anu had 6 packages of oranges he put the oranges in 2 stacks. How many oranges were in each stack?

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