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Question number: 1229

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28th March 2014 was a Wednesday, What day was 20th April, the same year?

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Choice (4) Response

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Sunday

b.

Friday

c.

Monday

d.

Wednesday

Question number: 1230

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A 32.08 cm long wire is cut into 2 pieces. One piece is bent into a square of side 1.4 cm. what is the length of the other pieces?

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22.35 cm

b.

26.48 cm

c.

25.42 cm

d.

27.29 cm

Question number: 1231

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Water in a vessel is at a temperature of . By how much its temperature must be increased so as to boil it? (Model test paper)

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Question number: 1232

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A machine can produce 650 toys in 5 minutes. How many toys can it produce in 15 minutes?

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Choice (4) Response

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2630

b.

1540

c.

1260

d.

1950

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The graph shows the marks obtained by six students in a GK test.

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What is the average mark obtained by the six students?

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78

b.

32

c.

89

d.

46

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Who got of Mahesh’s marks?

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Choice (4) Response

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Shila

b.

Ramesh

c.

Manisha

d.

Ketan

Question number: 1235

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The pie-chart shows the number of fruits in a fruit stall.

Image shows the Number of fruits in a fruit stall

Image Shows the Number of Fruits in a Fruit Stall

Find the number of apples in fruit stall

If there are 110 Mango and orange at the stall, how many apples are there?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

120

b.

110

c.

90

d.

80

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