Mathematics-Fraction (NSTSE Class 3): Questions 68 - 70 of 79

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Question number: 68

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The figure shown below is shaded to represent a fraction.

The image represent shaded and unshaded fraction

The Image Represent Shaded and Unshaded Fraction

This figure shown shaded to represent a fraction

Which of the following is shaded to represent a fraction with a value EQUAL TO the one above?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

The image defines shaded and unshaded fractions – choice A

The Image Defines Shaded and Unshaded Fractions – Choice A

Find out in the following is shaded to represent a fraction with a value EQUAL TO the one above

b.

The image defines shaded and unshaded fractions – choice B

The Image Defines Shaded and Unshaded Fractions – Choice B

Find out in the following is shaded to represent a fraction with a value EQUAL TO the one above

c.

The image defines shaded and unshaded fractions – choice C

The Image Defines Shaded and Unshaded Fractions – Choice C

Find out in the following is shaded to represent a fraction with a value EQUAL TO the one above

d.

The image defines shaded and unshaded fractions – choice D

The Image Defines Shaded and Unshaded Fractions – Choice D

Find out in the following is shaded to represent a fraction with a value EQUAL TO the one above

Question number: 69

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This is a whole.

The image represents whole circle parts

The Image Represents Whole Circle Parts

This circle defines multiple parts

What is

The image represents 5 parts shaded in both circles

The Image Represents 5 Parts Shaded in Both Circles

Find out what fractions of two circles shaded parts

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

58

b.

38

c.

13

d.

23

Question number: 70

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The picture below is shaded to represent a fractional number.

This picture above is shaded represent a fractional number

This Picture Above Is Shaded Represent a Fractional Number

This picture represent among shaded and unshaded parts

How many of the stars in the group below must be shaded to represent a fraction with the same value?

This figure of stars represents in the group

This Figure of Stars Represents in the Group

Find how many of the stars must be shaded to represent a fraction with the same value

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

6

b.

3

c.

8

d.

4

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