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Question number: 35
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How many Rs. 10 coins will make a sum of Rs. 200?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  20 

b.  25 

c.  30 

d.  10 

Question number: 36
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There were 45 chocolates on a plate for 5 children. If each child ate the same number of whole chocolates did each child eat?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  8 

b.  9 

c.  5 

d.  10 

Question number: 37
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A 36 cm long string is cut into 3 equal pieces. What is the length of each piece?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  12 cm 

b.  10 cm 

c.  6 cm 

d.  4 cm 

Question number: 38
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Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  8 

b.  7 

c.  6 

d.  5 

Question number: 39
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How many 5’s are there in 145?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  10 

b.  20 

c.  29 

d.  25 

Question number: 40
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There are few pencils in a box. Rahul took out those pencils from the box and put them in five groups of each 4. Three pencils were left in the box. How many pencils were there in the box?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  23 

b.  17 

c.  25 

d.  30 

Question number: 41
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A 56 cm long string is cut into 7 equal pieces. What is the length of each piece?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  10 

b.  8 

c.  9 

d.  18 

Question number: 42
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This is a seating arrangement for student in a classroom with each box showing one chair. The chairs which have a star mark are occupied.
Which of the following statement is true?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Number of empty chairs = number of occupied chairs. 

b.  Three more chairs are occupied than empty chairs. 

c.  Every student has a partner sitting next to him or her. 

d.  Twelve chairs are occupied 
