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NATIONAL PRELIMS ORAL QUESTIONS CATEGORY – III
1. 15 can be written as in Roman numeral a)XIIIII b)XV c)XIVI d)IIX
2. The digit in the tenths place of 0.51 is a)0 b)1 c)5 d).5
3..1 as fraction can be written as a)1/10 b)1/4 c)1/2 d)1/5
________ 0.81 a) > b)< c)= d)None of these
5. The property shown in ŋ = ŋ + 0 is a)Associative b)Communicative c)Identity d)None of these
6. The factor of 4 besides 4 and 1 is a)8 b)1 c)6 d)2
/ 10 as decimal is a)1.91 b)1.9 c).191 d).91
8. Which among this is prime a)16 b)14 c)19 d)8
9. The least common multiple of 12 and 2 a)8 b)4 c)6 d)12
10. The better estimate for the height of a tall mountain is a)8 meters b)8 kilometers
11. 8 (10 g + 4) is a)8 (14 g) b)80 g + 4 c)80 g + 32 d)8 g + 32
12. The given Angle is a)> 90° b)< 90° c)= 90° d)None of these
13. Are these ratios 1/5 and 3/20 equivalent? a)Yes b)No
14. Are these lines perpendicular? a)Yes b)No
15. 2 : 5 = 6 : _____ a)12 b)15 c)20 d)24
16. The multiplicative inverse of 5/6 is 6/5 a)True b)False
17. The quadrilateral with each of its angel 90° is a)Parallelogram b)Rectangle c)Rhombus d)Kite
18. Impossible events are events having zero probability of occurrence a)True b)False
19.Name a tree sided polygon
÷ 6 = a)3 b)30 c)20 d)40
21. Diana lives closer to the school than Aleena but farther from school than Titty. Who lives the farthest from school? a)Aleena b)Diana c)Titty
22._______ hundreds = 700 units a)7000 b)700 c)70 d)7
23. 0 is a natural number a)True b)False
= is an example of ___ property of addition
25.3 x 7000 = a)210 b)2100 c)21000 d)210000
26. Which one is a cone a) b)c)d)
27. One hundred eleven is written as a)11 b)111 c)101 d)110
28. The compact forms of is a) b)57536 c)55736 d)570563
, 55555, 77777, are odd numbers a)True b)False
30. A rectangle has 4 lines of symmetry a)True b)False
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