NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 8: Questions 818 - 823 of 2028

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Question number: 818

» Mathematics » Exponents and Powers

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The value of is:

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25

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5

Question number: 819

» Mathematics » Square and Square Roots

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The smallest number by which 1100 must be multiplied so that the product becomes a perfect square is:

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2

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13

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11

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5

Question number: 820

» Mathematics » Data Handling

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The table shows the type and number of books sold by a shop. In pictograph, one symbol □ represents 3 books. How many symbols are required to represent the number of the best-selling type of book?

Table of types of books and number of books sold

Showing the table of types of books and number of books sold, so find the best selling type of books

Types of books

Number of books

Novel

30

History

45

Story

60

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Choice (4) Response

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45

b.

20

c.

15

d.

3

Question number: 821

» Mathematics » Algebraic Expressions and Identities

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The remainder obtained when is divided by is:

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Question number: 822

» Mathematics » Mensuration

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The perimeter of a triangular field is 24 m and the ratio of the sides is 3: 4: 5. The area of the field is:

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Question number: 823

» Mathematics » Direct and Inverse Proportions

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A garrison of 600 men had provision for 27 days. After 3 days a reinforcement of 200 men arrived. For how many more days will the remaining food last now?

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28 days

b.

24 days

c.

30 days

d.

18 days

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