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Question number: 71
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What should be placed in place of “? ” so that the sum of two fractions then subtract one fraction on each side of the square is same?
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Question number: 72
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Which of the following is not a group of unlike fractions?
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d.  All a. , b. and c. are correct 

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Look at the alphabets given below. Questions below are based on them.
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What fraction of alphabets are made of semicircles and straight lines?
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What fraction of alphabets are made of 3 straight lines?
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Question number: 75
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Question number: 76
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of 64 litres ________ litres
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Question number: 77
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Denominator in the fraction is:
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b.  27 

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Question number: 78
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The lowest form of is:
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Question number: 79
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Urvesh eats one full apple. Then he divides another one into 5 equal parts and eats 2 of these parts. The total number of apples that he has eaten is:
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