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Question number: 1

» Mathematics » Fractions and Decimals

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Question number: 2

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Question number: 3

» Mathematics » Simple Equations

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If 20 % of a number is 20, then 30 % of that number is

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25

b.

45

c.

10

d.

30

Question number: 4

» Mathematics » Fractions and Decimals

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________ make one whole.

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One half

b.

Two halves

c.

5 halves

d.

3 halves

Question number: 5

» Mathematics » Comparing Quantities

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First, second and third terms of a proportion are 5,30 and 20. Then fourth term is

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80

b.

60

c.

30

d.

120

Question number: 6

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A number exceeds by 45 when added by 25 % of itself. The number is

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320

b.

210

c.

450

d.

180

Question number: 7

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The three even consecutive integers whose sum is 120 are

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38,40,42

b.

36,40,44

c.

38,42,46

d.

34,32,36

Question number: 8

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The solution of is

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0.9

b.

- 0.6

c.

- 0.3

d.

0.3

Question number: 9

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Compare 15.1780 ________ 15.179 (using > , < , =)

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=

b.

<

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>

d.

All of the above

Question number: 10

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In the given proportion 2: 3: : 24: 36 extremes are

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a.

3,24

b.

2,36

c.

3,36

d.

2,24

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