NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 5: Questions 379 - 385 of 1420

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Question number: 379

» General Science » Air, Water and Weather

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The process by which insoluble solids can be separated from a liquid passing through the pores is called________

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Sedimentation

b.

Evaporation

c.

Distillation

d.

Filtration

Question number: 380

» Mathematics » Large Numbers

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In , how many times the value of 6 in the hundreds place is the value of 6 in the lakhs place?

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100

b.

1000

c.

10

d.

1

Question number: 381

» Mathematics » Factors and Multiples

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The L. C. M. of two numbers is 10 times their H. C. F. Find the numbers. (Model Test Paper)

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16,15

b.

24,240

c.

d.

24,480

Question number: 382

» Mathematics » Fractions

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Radha consumes litres of juice every day. How many litres of juice did the Radha consume in September 2016?

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78

b.

70

c.

90

d.

87

Question number: 383

» Mathematics » Factors and Multiples

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How is 30 written as the product of primes?

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Question number: 384

» Mathematics » Fractions

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Which of the following improper fractions is equivalent to ?

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Question number: 385

» Mathematics » Fractions

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Observe the fractions given in the box.

This image shows the two fractions in the box

This Image Shows the Two Fractions in the Box

Which symbol must be placed in the box to make the statement correct?

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a.

<

b.

=

c.

>

d.

All of the above

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