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Question number: 844

» Mathematics » Integers

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Compare using ( > , < , =, ) +55 ________-56.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

<

b.

=

c.

d.

>

Question number: 845

» Mathematics » Comparing Quantities

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Haresh borrowed Rs. 6000 for 2 years at 2 % per annum. The amount he has to pay clear off his debt is

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Rs.

b.

Rs.

c.

Rs.

d.

Rs.

Question number: 846

» Mathematics » Fractions and Decimals

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Which model is shaded to show fraction equivalent to ?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Figure showing the shaded parts - Choice A

Figure Showing the Shaded Parts - Choice A

b.

Figure showing the shaded parts - Choice B

Figure Showing the Shaded Parts - Choice B

c.

Figure showing the shaded parts - Choice C

Figure Showing the Shaded Parts - Choice C

d.

Figure showing the shaded parts - Choice D

Figure Showing the Shaded Parts - Choice D

Question number: 847

» Mathematics » Algebraic Expressions

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The method of finding solution by trying out various values for the variable is called

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Trial and error method

b.

Checking method

c.

Testing method

d.

Error method

Question number: 848

» Mathematics » Fractions and Decimals

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Place value of a digit increases by ________ times as the digit moves from the right to the left places by places.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

100

b.

10

c.

1

d.

None of the above

Question number: 849

» Mathematics » Visualizing Solid Shapes

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A solid object when seen from one side, looks like this.

Quadrilateral poly1Quadrilateral poly1: Polygon A, B, C, DSegment aSegment a: Segment [A, B] of Quadrilateral poly1Segment bSegment b: Segment [B, C] of Quadrilateral poly1Segment cSegment c: Segment [C, D] of Quadrilateral poly1Segment dSegment d: Segment [D, A] of Quadrilateral poly1

Image of a Square Having Four Sides

The same solid, when viewed from front-back, looks like this.

Pentagon poly1Pentagon poly1: Polygon A, B, C, D, ESegment aSegment a: Segment [A, B] of Pentagon poly1Segment bSegment b: Segment [B, C] of Pentagon poly1Segment cSegment c: Segment [C, D] of Pentagon poly1Segment dSegment d: Segment [D, E] of Pentagon poly1Segment eSegment e: Segment [E, A] of Pentagon poly1

Image of a Pentagon Having Five Equal Sides

Which of these shapes could it be?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Pentagon poly1Pentagon poly1: Polygon A, B, C, D, ESegment aSegment a: Segment [A, B] of Pentagon poly1Segment bSegment b: Segment [B, C] of Pentagon poly1Segment cSegment c: Segment [C, D] of Pentagon poly1Segment dSegment d: Segment [D, E] of Pentagon poly1Segment eSegment e: Segment [E, A] of Pentagon poly1Segment fSegment f: Segment [E, C]

Image of a Pentagon Having Lines in It

b.

Pentagon poly1Pentagon poly1: Polygon A, B, C, D, EPentagon poly1_1Pentagon poly1_1: Polygon A_1, B_1, C_1, D_1, E_1Quadrilateral poly2Quadrilateral poly2: Polygon F, G, H, IQuadrilateral poly3Quadrilateral poly3: Polygon F, J, K, IQuadrilateral poly4Quadrilateral poly4: Polygon J, K, L, MQuadrilateral poly5Quadrilateral poly5: Polygon M, L, N, OSegment aSegment a: Segment [A, B] of Pentagon poly1Segment bSegment b: Segment [B, C] of Pentagon poly1Segment cSegment c: Segment [C, D] of Pentagon poly1Segment dSegment d: Segment [D, E] of Pentagon poly1Segment eSegment e: Segment [E, A] of Pentagon poly1Segment a_1Segment a_1: Segment [A_1, B_1] of Pentagon poly1_1Segment b_1Segment b_1: Segment [B_1, C_1] of Pentagon poly1_1Segment c_1Segment c_1: Segment [C_1, D_1] of Pentagon poly1_1Segment d_1Segment d_1: Segment [D_1, E_1] of Pentagon poly1_1Segment e_1Segment e_1: Segment [E_1, A_1] of Pentagon poly1_1Segment fSegment f: Segment [F, G] of Quadrilateral poly2Segment gSegment g: Segment [G, H] of Quadrilateral poly2Segment hSegment h: Segment [H, I] of Quadrilateral poly2Segment iSegment i: Segment [I, F] of Quadrilateral poly2Segment f_1Segment f_1: Segment [F, J] of Quadrilateral poly3Segment jSegment j: Segment [J, K] of Quadrilateral poly3Segment kSegment k: Segment [K, I] of Quadrilateral poly3Segment i_1Segment i_1: Segment [I, F] of Quadrilateral poly3Segment j_1Segment j_1: Segment [J, K] of Quadrilateral poly4Segment k_1Segment k_1: Segment [K, L] of Quadrilateral poly4Segment lSegment l: Segment [L, M] of Quadrilateral poly4Segment mSegment m: Segment [M, J] of Quadrilateral poly4Segment m_1Segment m_1: Segment [M, L] of Quadrilateral poly5Segment l_1Segment l_1: Segment [L, N] of Quadrilateral poly5Segment nSegment n: Segment [N, O] of Quadrilateral poly5Segment oSegment o: Segment [O, M] of Quadrilateral poly5

Image of a Three Dimensional Pentagon

c.

Quadrilateral poly1Quadrilateral poly1: Polygon A, B, C, DSegment aSegment a: Segment [A, B] of Quadrilateral poly1Segment bSegment b: Segment [B, C] of Quadrilateral poly1Segment cSegment c: Segment [C, D] of Quadrilateral poly1Segment dSegment d: Segment [D, A] of Quadrilateral poly1Segment fSegment f: Segment [A, E] Segment gSegment g: Segment [D, E] Segment hSegment h: Segment [B, F] Segment iSegment i: Segment [F, C] Segment jSegment j: Segment [E, F]

Image of a Prism That is Having Two Triangular Faces

d.

Triangle poly1Triangle poly1: Polygon A, B, CSegment cSegment c: Segment [A, B] of Triangle poly1Segment aSegment a: Segment [B, C] of Triangle poly1Segment bSegment b: Segment [C, A] of Triangle poly1Segment fSegment f: Segment [A, D] Segment gSegment g: Segment [D, B] Segment hSegment h: Segment [D, C]

Image of a Prism That is Having Four Triangular Faces

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