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Question number: 1
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The property is not satisfied by the division of natural numbers is
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Associative property 

b.  Commutative property 

c.  Closure property 

d.  None of the above 

Question number: 2
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Four consecutive predecessors of 9560 are
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  9558, 9560, 9557, 9557 

b.  9556, 9557, 9558, 9559 

c.  9560, 9559, 9558, 9557 

d.  9559, 9558, 9557, 9556 

Question number: 3
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Which of the following statement is false?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Every whole number is natural number 

b.  Every natural number is whole number 

c.  ‘1’ is the least natural number 

d.  None of the above 

Question number: 4
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The whole number which have a predecessor is
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Greater than 1 

b.  Less than 1 

c.  0 

d.  None of the above 

Question number: 5
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then
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  b0 

b.  a0 

c.  a and b both are 0 

d.  Either (or) 

Question number: 6
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The product of two even numbers is
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  An odd number 

b.  Cannot be determined 

c.  An even number 

d.  Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague 

Question number: 7
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RHS part of the equation
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  13 (30 + 13) 

b.  30 + 13 

c.  13 + 30 

d.  30 (30 + 13) 

Question number: 8
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The least natural number is ________
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  0 

b.  10 

c.  Does not exist 

d.  1 
