NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 6: Questions 495 - 500 of 2029

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Question number: 495

» Mathematics » Fractions

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What a fraction of the children in the following group are boys?

Finding how many girls and boys. Like 3 girls and 4 boys

Finding How Many Girls and Boys. Like 3 Girls and 4 Boys

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Question number: 496

» Mathematics » Fractions

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Four fourteenth = ________

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Question number: 497

» Mathematics » Understanding Elementary Shapes

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Which of the flat shape with 4 equal sides and every angle is a right angle?

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Square

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Rectangle

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parallelogram

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Rhombus

Question number: 498

» Mathematics » Whole Numbers

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The property is not satisfied by the division of natural numbers is

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Closure property

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Commutative property

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Associative property

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None of the above

Question number: 499

» Mathematics » Understanding Elementary Shapes

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As shown in below figure, interior angle is and exterior angle is is given, then angle Y is?

A triangle having value of interior and exterior angles

A Triangle Having Value of Interior and Exterior Angles

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Question number: 500

» Mathematics » Playing with Numbers

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Which of the following statement is false?

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If a number is divisible by 8, it must be divisible by 4.

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The sum of two consecutive odd numbers is always divisible by 4

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If a number is divisible by both 9 and 10, it must be divisible by 90

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A pair of prime numbers differing by one it’s called twin prime number

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