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Competitive Exams
Large Numbers
Sample Question
The place value of the underlined digit in
8
754366 is:
A.
800000000
B.
8000000
C.
8000000000
D.
8
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Roman Numerals
Sample Question
What is the sum of XXXII, XXX and XV in roman numerals?
A.
LXXXIV
B.
LXXVII
C.
LXXVIII
D.
LXXVI
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Addition
Sample Question
Kagami's dad has recently constructed her house in Kyoto. He has bought the bricks for ¥6550, paid ¥1114 for the cement and ¥1103 as the construction cost. He has also paid ¥1020 as government taxes. What is the total cost of the house?
Kagami Kyoto
A.
¥10563
B.
¥9773
C.
¥9787
D.
¥9627
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Subtraction
Sample Question
What should be added to thirty-two thousand two hundred fifty to get two hundred forty-six thousand six hundred sixty-two?
A.
Two lakh fourteen thousand four hundred thirteen
B.
Two lakh fourteen thousand four hundred forty-two
C.
Two lakh fourteen thousand four hundred twenty-three
D.
Two hundred fourteen thousand four hundred twelve
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First three months in school
Sample Question
4
7
4
0
+
5
2
0
2
A.
9945
B.
9972
C.
9942
D.
9943
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Multiplication
Sample Question
Katsuro arranged his toy bananas in 6 rows with 10 bananas in each row as shown below.
bananas
Which expression can be used to find the total number of toy bananas?
A.
10 ÷ 6
B.
6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6
C.
6 × 10
D.
6 + 10
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Division
Sample Question
99 ÷ ______ = 9
A.
12
B.
13
C.
20
D.
11
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Unitary Method
Sample Question
The yearly rent of a house is ¥60000. If Katsurou wants to rent the house for only 5 months, how much rent will he get?
A.
¥25354
B.
¥25000
C.
¥24831
D.
¥25019
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Geometry
Sample Question
Choose the correct net for the given solid shape.
A.
B.
C.
D.
None of these
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Time
Sample Question
Koto starts her studies at 12:55 AM and continues it till 5:35 AM. How long does she study?
A.
4 hours and 40 minutes
B.
6 hours and 40 minutes
C.
4 hours and 20 minutes
D.
5 hours and 40 minutes
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2nd three months in school
Sample Question
Kanon has ¥704278 in her bank account. She deposits ¥36195 and withdraws ¥13163. How much amount is left in her account?
A.
¥727310
B.
¥729145
C.
¥727053
D.
¥727803
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Properties of Whole Numbers
Sample Question
If the sum of all factors of a number including 1 and the number itself is less than twice the number, the number is called :
A.
Perfect Number
B.
Abundant Number
C.
Deficient Number
D.
Irrational Number
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Fractions
Sample Question
The perimeter of a square table is
7
8
m. Find the length of each side in meters.
A.
7
32
m
B.
14
32
m
C.
16
7
m
D.
7
16
m
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Decimals
Sample Question
In which of the given figures, the shaded part represents the decimal number 0.6?
A.
B.
C.
D.
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3rd quarter in school
Sample Question
If the sum of all factors of a number including 1 and the number itself is less than twice the number, the number is called :
A.
Irrational Number
B.
Abundant Number
C.
Deficient Number
D.
Perfect Number
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Conversion of Units
Sample Question
Convert 48 hm 92 m 60 dam to km.
A.
0.05492 km
B.
54.92 km
C.
0.5492 km
D.
5.492 km
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4th quarter in school
Sample Question
It is half past 1 now. After how many minutes will the clock strike 2 ?
A.
15
B.
30
C.
60
D.
45
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Logical Reasoning
Sample Question
If 'a' means '-', 'b' means '÷', 'c' means '+' and 'd' means '×', then what is the value of the expression 7 a 64 b 16 c 7 d 4 ?
A.
31
B.
30
C.
46
D.
34
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Full Year 4th Grade Review
Sample Question
What fraction of the given figure is shaded?
A.
3
5
B.
5
3
C.
5
2
D.
2
5
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