NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 6: Questions 543 - 549 of 2029

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Question number: 543

» Mathematics » Understanding Elementary Shapes

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In the given measure, measure of and are

Calculate number of angle like 100

Calculate Number of Angle like 100

Find out number of cross line

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Question number: 544

» Mathematics » Fractions

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Here is a collection of 9 shapes. Of the 9 shapes, 6 are shaded. The fraction of the unshaded shape is

 Finding a number of flowers that are not shaded

Finding a Number of Flowers That Are Not Shaded

Calculate unshaded flowers

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Question number: 545

» Mathematics » Fractions

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There are four people in a room. If they cut an apple into 4 equal pieces and take 1 piece each, each has eaten what part of the apple?

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One-fourth

b.

Half

c.

One –third

d.

1

Question number: 546

» Mathematics » Integers

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Which property is ?

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Associative property

b.

Distributive property

c.

Identity property

d.

Commutative property

Question number: 547

» Mathematics » Playing with Numbers

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Example of an odd number from the following is

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54658

b.

35467

c.

875674

d.

32444

Question number: 548

» Mathematics » Integers

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Reciprocal of is

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6

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Question number: 549

» Mathematics » Playing with Numbers

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By gold Bach’s conjecture, every odd number greater than 5 can be expressed as a sum of

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Two composite number

b.

Three primes

c.

Two co-prime number

d.

Two odd prime number

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