Mathematics (NSTSE (National Level Science Talent Search Examination) Class 5): Questions 168  176 of 750
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Question number: 168
» Mathematics » Fractions
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Nita has of a cake. She ate of it. What part of the cake is remaining?
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Question number: 169
» Mathematics » Factors and Multiples
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How many factors does 1024 have?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  6 

b.  12 

c.  8 

d.  10 

Question number: 170
» Mathematics » Factors and Multiples
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Which of these numbers has and 10 as factors?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  20801 

b.  10240 

c.  1064 

d.  2345 

Question number: 171
» Mathematics » Factors and Multiples
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Varun’s age is a factor of 22. Next year his age will be a multiple of 6. How old will he be in 8 years’ time?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  23 years 

b.  19 years 

c.  15 years 

d.  14 years 

Question number: 172
» Mathematics » Factors and Multiples
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What is the sum of the first four multiples of 12?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  160 

b.  120 

c.  100 

d.  150 

Question number: 173
» Mathematics » Factors and Multiples
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What is the H. C. F. of and 216? (Model Test Paper)
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  144 

b.  24 

c.  120 

d.  38 

Question number: 174
» Mathematics » Factors and Multiples
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How is 24 written as the product of primes?
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c.  3×3×5 

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Question number: 175
» Mathematics » Fractions
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What is the sum obtained when are added?
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Question number: 176
» Mathematics » Factors and Multiples
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Which of the following cannot be prime factorized? (Model Test Paper)
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Odd numbers 

b.  Composite numbers 

c.  Even numbers 

d.  Prime numbers 
