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Question number: 662

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This is the seating arrangement for students in a classroom with each box showing one chair. The chairs, which have a cross mark, are occupied.

Image shows the seating arrangement for students in a classroom

Image Shows the Seating Arrangement for Students in a Classroom

Find which of these is true

Which of these is true?

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Three more chairs are occupied than empty

b.

Number of occupied chairs =( number of empty chairs ÷3)+3

c.

Nine chairs are occupied

d.

Every student has a partner sitting

Question number: 663

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Arjun and Arohi are sitting in the beach. There are many stones in front of them. Arjun can jump 8 stones at a time and Arohi can jump 6 stones at a time. Which is the first stone on which both of them will land, if they jump as far they can each time?

This image shows the Arjun and Arohi are sitting in the beach

This Image Shows the Arjun and Arohi Are Sitting in the Beach

Find which is the first stone on which both of them will land

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

22nd

b.

24th

c.

21st

d.

23rd

Question number: 664

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If

This image shows the three round shapes

This Image Shows the Three Round Shapes

In this shape stands for 33

Stands for 33, then

This image shows the five round shapes

This Image Shows the Five Round Shapes

In these five shapes will stands for

Will stand for:

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

65

b.

55

c.

33

d.

50

Question number: 665

» Mathematics » Fractions

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615+ ________ =815

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

0

b.

1

c.

215

d.

615

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