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Question number: 551

» Mathematics » Division

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Missing number is:

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Choice (4)Response

a.

5

b.

3

c.

4

d.

1

Question number: 552

» Mathematics » Fraction

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represents:

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a.

Total

b.

3 parts of the total

c.

One 3rd part of the total

d.

Half part of the total

Question number: 553

» Mathematics » Division

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Akshara arranged some toys in the manner shown below:

The image represents arranged some toys in the manner

The Image Represents Arranged Some Toys in the Manner

Which of the following division facts is best represented by this grouping of toys?

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Question number: 554

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In the word MADAM, what fraction of alphabets are made of two lines?

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Question number: 555

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Mr. Vishnu bought 5 packets of potato chips for Rs. 30. Which of the following number sentences could be used to determine the cost of one packet of potato chips?

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Rs.

b.

Rs.

c.

Rs.

d.

Rs.

Question number: 556

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The fraction equivalent to is:

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Question number: 557

» Mathematics » Division

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This will be true if is replaced by:

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Question number: 558

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There are few pens in a box. Krishna took out those pens from the box and put them in 8 groups of each 5. Four pens were left in the box. How many pens were there in the box?

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25

b.

35

c.

44

d.

18

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