Mathematics-Measurement [NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 4]: Questions 1 - 9 of 96

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Question number: 1

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________ km ________ m

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Question number: 2

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The number of grams in one half kilogram is:

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1500

b.

1050

c.

500

d.

1000

Question number: 3

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________ l

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0.0006

b.

0.006

c.

0.06

d.

0.6

Question number: 4

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A butterfly comes out of its house and travels along dotted lines to the flower.

This image shows the distance between butterfly and flower

This Image Shows the Distance between Butterfly and Flower

How much distance does it cover?

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4 m

b.

3 m

c.

3 m 15 cm

d.

2 m 60 cm

Question number: 5

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1000 mg ________

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1 kg

b.

1 dag

c.

1 cg

d.

1 g

Question number: 6

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How many grams are there in 9 kilograms?

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9000

b.

9

c.

1000

d.

90

Question number: 7

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If the length of rope needed to make border Y is 12 cm, find the length of rope needed for border X.

This image shows the length of border X and border Y

This Image Shows the Length of Border X and Border Y

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22 cm

b.

18 cm

c.

16 cm

d.

20 cm

Question number: 8

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________ cm

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6.5

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0.65

Question number: 9

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Vessels X and Y contain milk as shown below. The amount of milk in them marked in millilitres.

This image shows the Vessels X and Y contains milk

This Image Shows the Vessels X and Y Contains Milk

If the milk in vessels X and Y is completely poured into a third vessel Z, how many litres of milk will there be in vessel Z?

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