Mathematics-Money (NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 4): Questions 33 - 38 of 60

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Question number: 33

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The amount thirty two rupees one paise in figures is:

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Question number: 34

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Priyanka earned Rs. 220 for mowing her uncle’s lawn all summer. If her uncle paid Rs. 11 each time she mowed, how many times did she mow?

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12

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15

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20

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11

Question number: 35

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Rudra wants to buy a cricket bat which costs 12 rupees. He checks his pocket and finds that he has these coins.

 This image shows the coins that he has these coins

This Image Shows the Coins That He Has These Coins

Find which of the following is true

Which of the following is true?

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Rudra can buy the bat and be left with 3 rupees and 50 paise.

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Rudra can buy the ball and be left 2 rupees.

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Rudra cannot buy the bat because he will fall short by 2 rupees and 50 paise.

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Rudra cannot buy the bat because he will fall short by 3 rupees and 50 paise.

Question number: 36

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What is the cost of 25 kg of sugar if the cost of 1 kg of sugar is

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Question number: 37

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The sum of ________

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Question number: 38

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What is the choice of coins you may use for paying Rs. 12.00?

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Five 2-rupess coins, one 1-rupee coin and one 50-paise coin

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Three 2-rupee coins, six 1-rupee coins and two 50-paise coins

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Two 5-rupee coins, one 1-rupee coin and two 50-paise coins

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One 5-rupee coin, three 1-rupee coins and five 50-paise coins

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