MathematicsFractions (NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam Unified Council) Class 6): Questions 110  120 of 133
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Question number: 110
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What is the sum of the shaded parts?
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Question number: 111
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Proper fraction explains that a fraction with its numerator ________ the denominator
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a.  less than 

b.  Unit 

c.  greater than 

d.  like 

Question number: 112
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is expressed in words as
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a.  Six seven 

b.  Six minus seven 

c.  Sixseventh 

d.  Six by seven 

Question number: 113
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The reciprocal of 12 is________
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d.  12 

Question number: 114
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By how much is greater than
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Question number: 115
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________
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Question number: 116
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The difference between and is ________
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Question number: 117
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a.  12 

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c.  15 

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Question number: 118
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Question number: 119
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How many oneninth make one?
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a.  90 

b.  1 

c.  9 

d.  19 

Question number: 120
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Indian cricket team won 6 more matches than it lost with Germany. If it won of it matches, how many matches did India play?
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a.  52 

b.  42 

c.  40 

d.  36 
