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Whole Numbers

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42 (4+2) = 42 × × 2 is an example of ……………………..………….. a) closure property b) commutative property c) associative property d) distributive property

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53 × × 66 = ……….. a) b) 5364 c) d) 5320 5300

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If a ≠ 0 then a / 0 =……………. a) b) a c) d) Not defined properly

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**1+ 3 + 5 + 7 = , and so on, then the value of **

Given that 1+ 3 = = = , and so on, then the value of … = a) b) c) d)

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**Difference between the place values of 5 and 9 in 165234 and 843097 is**

Ans ………………. a) b) 4090 c) d) 4910

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**a) 0 ≤ r ≤ b b) 0 ≥ r > b 0 ≤ r < b d) 0 < r < b c)**

If a is divided by b, b(≠0) is the diviser , q is the quotient and r is the remainder, then a = bq + r , where a) 0 ≤ r ≤ b b) 0 ≥ r > b 0 ≤ r < b d) 0 < r < b c)

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**The difference between the largest 5- digit number and the smallest 5- digit number**

is……………. a) 90, 000 c) 109, d) none of these c) 8,9999

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**Which is not a whole number ?**

a) / ( -3) b) -4 × -8 c) 14 / / 6 d)

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**Difference between the place values of 3 and 7 in 6380942 and 5,107,289 is**

………….. a) 29, c) 273,000 b) 27, d) 293,000

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**Look at the equation below:**

4 × ( ) = 4 × 12 What is the value of the missing number? a) b) c) d) 3 10

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**Each member of Ravi’s family had one pizza for lunch**

Each member of Ravi’s family had one pizza for lunch. Each pizza costs Rs. 125.What else do you need to know to find out how much the family spent on lunch? a) The price of hamburger b) c) Which family member paid for lunch d) How much money Rahul’s father had in his wallet How many people are in the family

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**The number 144 can be represented by a 12 × 12 square grid**

The number 144 can be represented by a 12 × 12 square grid. Which of the following can be represented by a square grid. a) b) 167 c) d) 45 121

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**A bat ate 1050 dragon flies on four consecutive nights**

A bat ate 1050 dragon flies on four consecutive nights. Each night she ate 25 more than on the night before. How many did she eat on the first night? Ans………………….. a) b) 250 c) d) 300 225

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Fill in the box : 62 - ( ) = / 2 a ) b) 50 c) d) 42 100

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6 + 2 / 0 = ………. A) B) 6 C) not defined D)

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45 × × =…………………. a) ( × ) ( ) c) 45+ ( ) d) 45 × ( 23 × 0.46 ) b)

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**If ‘a’ and ‘b’ are whole numbers then which of the following is always true?**

a) a / b is a whole number b) a / b = b / a c) a - b = b - a a × b = b × a d)

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**(The predecessor of a two digit number which is a single digit number)**

+ ( the successor of the smallest two digit number) is…… a) b) 21 c) d) 109 20

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