NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 5: Questions 414 - 423 of 1358

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Question number: 414

» Mathematics » Factors and Multiples

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What is the H. C. F. of 46 and 64?

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23

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6

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8

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2

Question number: 415

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Find the L. C. M of 36 and 54 using prime factorisation method.

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50

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98

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27

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108

Question number: 416

» Mathematics » Fractions

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Find an equivalent fraction of

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Question number: 417

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Which of the following is NOT a pair of twin primes? (Model Test Paper)

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Question number: 418

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What is the H. C. F. of 90 and 175?

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35

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15

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5

d.

20

Question number: 419

» Mathematics » Fractions

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Which of the following is an improper fraction?

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Question number: 420

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What is the sum of ?

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1

Question number: 421

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What are the common factors of 36 and 72?

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Question number: 422

» Mathematics » Fractions

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Find the difference obtained when is subtracted from

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Question number: 423

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Identify an example for co-prime numbers.

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12,15

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18,37

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16,26

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8,10

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