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  • RUSHABH R JAIN
     
     
    Mr. Mehta earns 10,000 a week.How many rupees will he earn in 18 weeks?

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      on 10/11/17
     
  • ARNAV SINGH
     
     
    if John puts exactly 2 fishes in each fishbowl how many fish will he put in 20 bowls

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     Views: 318
      on 8/9/17
     
  • Nisha Mehta
     
     
    If you round me to the nearest tens, you will get 190 and when you round me to the nearest hundreds you will get 200. I have an 8 in my ones place. Who am I?

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     Views: 236
      on 23/11/16
     
  • Nisha Mehta
     
     
    The difference between two numbers is 3 and their sum is 33. What are the numbers?

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     Views: 188
      on 22/5/17
     
  • Nisha Mehta
     
     
    On a ship there were 6,098 passengers. The ship can carry a thousand more passengers. Among the passengers 1,765 were children. How many more adults were on the ship compared to the children?

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     Views: 278
      on 21/11/16
     
  • Nisha Mehta
     
     
    A computer costs `8,000 and it is `2,500 less than the television. How much do both items cost altogether?

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     Views: 281
      on 21/11/16
     
  • Nisha Mehta
     
     
    I am a four digit number. I have a two in my thousands place, a seven in tens place. I am a palindrome. (A palindrome reads the same, forwards and backwards. The numbers "646" and "345,543" are palindromes.) What number am I?

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     Views: 255
      on 21/11/16
     
  • Nisha Mehta
     
     
    I am an odd number and I lie between 90 and 100. I am perfectly divisible by 5. Who am I?

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     Views: 215
      on 21/11/16
     
  • Nisha Mehta
     
     
    Prema and Hamsa ate at a popular restaurant. They paid Rs. 560 which included a Rs. 20 tip to the waiter. If Prema ate for Rs. 230. How much did Hamsa eat for?

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     Views: 279
      on 21/11/16
     
  • Nisha Mehta
     
     
    Anjali can play 45 songs on her guitar while her friend Julie can play 18 songs. How many fewer songs can her friend play compared to Anjali? Julie can play _____ fewer songs compared to Anjali.

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     Views: 193
      on 24/11/16
     
  • Nisha Mehta
     
     
    The difference between two numbers is 66. If one of the numbers is 66 and the other number is greater than 66, what is the other number?

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     Views: 211
      on 24/11/16
     
  • Nisha Mehta
     
     
    I am a number that is got by subtracting the biggest and smallest numbers that can be formed using digits 7, 9 and 1. Who am I?

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     Views: 237
      on 24/11/16
     
  • Nisha Mehta
     
     
    67 kids went to a music show and 7 went again. How many watched it only once?

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  • Nisha Mehta
     
     
    What number has 3 tens, and 5 more ones than tens?

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  • Nisha Mehta
     
     
    I have a 2 in my ones place. I am greater than 65 and less than 80. What number am I?

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     Views: 191
      on 29/7/17
     
  • Jill Wills
     
     
    What is the greatest number you can make using the following digits ? The Digits are 4, 5 , 7, 0 .
    (A) 4570
    (B) 5470
    (C) 7540
    (D) 7450


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     Views: 537
      on 27/10/16
     
  • Jill Wills
     
     
    Team Alpha scored more points than team Gamma, but fewer points than Team Theta. Which team scored the most points ?
    (A) Gamma
    (B) Theta
    (C) Alpha
    (D) Both Alpha & Gamma


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     Views: 239
      on 28/10/16
     
  • Jill Wills
     
     
    Fourth-grade students went to a theater in 7 buses. Each bus took 43 students. How many students went to the theater ?
    (A) 290
    (B) 310
    (C) 301
    (D) 305


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     Views: 424
      on 28/10/16
     
  • Jill Wills
     
     
    Which place value is used to prove that 5,487 is less than 5,874 ?
    (A) Ones place
    (B) Tens place
    (C) Hundreds place
    (D) Thousands place


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     Views: 366
      on 28/10/16
     
  • Jill Wills
     
     
    Ravi counted 149 students on the ground gathered for a school event. What is the other way of writing this number.
    (A) Fourteen nine
    (B) One fourteen nine
    (C) One Hundred forty-nine
    (D) One Hundred fourteen nine


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     Views: 186
      on 28/10/16
     
  • Jerry Nathan
     
     
    Which number represents five hundred forty five ?
    (A) 504
    (B) 541
    (C) 545
    (D) 540


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     Views: 378
      on 25/10/16
     
  • Jerry Nathan
     
     
    Find the odd one out.
    (A) Sunday
    (B) Tuesday
    (C) May
    (D) Monday


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     Views: 311
      on 25/10/16
     
  • Jerry Nathan
     
     
    2 + 3 + 16 = 10 + ___
    (A) 9
    (B) 21
    (C) 10
    (D) 11


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     Views: 360
      on 26/10/16
     
  • Jerry Nathan
     
     
    Ravi has 28 balloons. In a party, 8 balloons burst. How many are left with him ?
    (A) 20
    (B) 21
    (C) 25
    (D) 18


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     Views: 155
      on 26/10/16
     
  • Jerry Nathan
     
     
    In one one trip a car can take 6 people. In how many trips it can take 30 people ?
    (A) 5 trips
    (B) 6 trips
    (C) 4 trips
    (D) 10 trips


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     Views: 191
      on 26/10/16
     
  • Akanksha M
     
     
    AMAN HAD` 90 HE PURCHASED A WATER BOTTLE FOR ` 45 HOW MUCH MONEY WAS LEFT WITH HIM A` 50 B ` 45 C` 40 D ` 55

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     Views: 73
      on 25/10/16
     
  • Donald Perry
     
     
    What is value of x , if x + 4 = 2(5 - x)
    (A) 1
    (B) 2
    (C) 3
    (D) 4


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     Views: 645
      on 21/10/16
     
  • Donald Perry
     
     
    Which means five thousand seven hundred and ninety seven ?
    (A) 5779
    (B) 5797
    (C) 5790
    (D) 5787


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     Views: 258
      on 21/10/16
     
  • Donald Perry
     
     
    Find the correct one ?
    (A) 1799 < 1699
    (B) 1979 > 1997
    (C) 1969 > 1967
    (D) 1919 < 1909


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     Views: 257
      on 21/10/16
     
  • Donald Perry
     
     
    If John puts exactly 2 fishes in each fishbowl, how many fish will he put in 20 bowls ?
    (A) 40
    (B) 22
    (C) 42
    (D) 20


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     Views: 228
      on 21/10/16