NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 7: Questions 456 - 462 of 1732

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Question number: 456

» Mathematics » Rational Numbers

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The difference between the greatest and least numbers of is

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Question number: 457

» Mathematics » Comparing Quantities

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The CP of 20 articles is equal to the SP of 15 articles. Then gain % is

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31%

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c.

5%

d.

25%

Question number: 458

» Mathematics » Integers

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The statement which holds correct is

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Question number: 459

» Mathematics » Integers

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Opposite of profit of Rs. 340.

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Loss of Rs. 340

b.

+ Rs. 340

c.

+340

d.

All of the above

Question number: 460

» Mathematics » Comparing Quantities

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What is the difference in SI if a sum of Rs. 5000 is borrowed by a person for 5 years and the rate of interest is increased from 4 % to 5%?

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350 Rs.

b.

250 Rs.

c.

450 Rs.

d.

200 Rs.

Question number: 461

» Mathematics » Symmetry

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Which of the following triangle has no line of symmetry?

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A scalene triangle

b.

An equilateral triangle

c.

An isosceles triangle

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Question number: 462

» Physics » Motion and Time

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A train covers some distance in 6 hr. at a speed of 120 km/hr. At what speed the train should travel to cover the same distance in half the time taken.

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Half the initial speed

b.

Half the distance

c.

Double the distance

d.

Double the initial speed

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