NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 5: Questions 365 - 370 of 1358

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Question number: 365

» Mathematics » Large Numbers

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By how many times do the place values of the digits increase from right to left in a number?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

b.

10

c.

1000

d.

100

Question number: 366

» Mathematics » Large Numbers

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Identify the number name for

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Choice (4) Response

a.

One two eighty nine thousand three hundred forty.

b.

Twelve lakh eighty nine thousand three hundred forty.

c.

Twelve lakh eight nine three hundred four zero.

d.

One lakh two eighty nine thousand three hundred forty.

Question number: 367

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What is the difference between the largest 5-digit even number and the smallest 4-digit odd number?

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a.

98997

b.

90097

c.

10117

d.

10998

Question number: 368

» General Science » Air, Water and Weather

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The process of settling down of insoluble matter in water is

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Sedimentation.

b.

Sublimation.

c.

Evaporation.

d.

Decantation.

Question number: 369

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Identify the number name for

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a.

Two hundred thirty four million four five thousand eight seventy one.

b.

Two three four forty five thousand eight hundred seventy one.

c.

Two three four million forty thousand five eight seventy one.

d.

Two hundred thirty four million forty five thousand eight hundred seventy one.

Question number: 370

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Identify the place with which a 7-digit number starts in the International system.

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a.

Millions

b.

Ten thousands

c.

Ten millions

d.

Thousands

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