Mathematics (NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 3): Questions 621 - 627 of 1167

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Question number: 621

» Mathematics » Division

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In which number sentence does 7 make the equation true?

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Question number: 622

» Mathematics » Fraction

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What fraction of the fruits on the plate are apples?

The image of the fruits on the plate – Fraction of apples

The Image of the Fruits on the Plate – Fraction of Apples

What fraction of the fruits on the plate are apples

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Question number: 623

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If this pattern continues, then what is the next number?

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10

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30

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5

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15

Question number: 624

» Mathematics » Fraction

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In the word ADDITION, which fraction represents the alphabet “D”?

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Question number: 625

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In which number sentence does 4 make the equation true?

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Question number: 626

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Ram saw 4 volleyball teams playing. Each team has 6 players, for a total of 24 players. Which number sentence is NOT in the same fact family as the others?

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Question number: 627

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If we start subtracting 6 from 32 stepwise as shown, we will be able to subtract 5 times.

The image represents subtracting 6 from 32 stepwise

The Image Represents Subtracting 6 From 32 Stepwise

Find how many times we will be able to subtracting 6 from 189 in a similar manner

If we start subtracting 6 from 189 in a similar manner, how many times will we be able to subtract?

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35

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40

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