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  • Mridula S
     
     
    It is a flat surface and smooth surface which extends endlessly in all directions

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     Views: 157
      on 14/3/17
     
  • Jay Shah
     
     
    The maximum number of points of intersection of three lines in a plane is ______
    (A) 0
    (B) 1
    (C) 2
    (D) 3


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     Views: 257
      on 3/2/17
     
  • Jay Shah
     
     
    Which one of the following is a false statement ?
    (A) A line segment has two end points
    (B) A ray has one end point
    (C) A line has no end point
    (D) None of these


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     Views: 238
      on 3/2/17
     
  • Jay Shah
     
     
    Which of the following numbers are co-primes ?
    (A) (14, 35)
    (B) (18, 25)
    (C) (31, 93)
    (D) (24, 62)


      0
     Views: 171
      on 7/2/17
     
  •  
     
    Alexander is stranded on an island covered in forest. One day, when the wind is blowing from the west, lightning strikes the west end of the island and sets fire to the forest. The fire is very violent, burning everything in its path, and without intervention the fire will burn the whole island, killing the man in the process. There are cliffs around the island, so he cannot jump off. How can the Alexander survive the fire? (There are no buckets or any other means to put out the fire)

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     Views: 107
      on 26/1/17
     
  • Kavya Sharma
     
     
    A rectangle 24 cm long, has a perimeter of 84 cm. Find the ratio of its length to its breadth.
    (A) 1 : 4
    (B) 3 : 4
    (C) 4 : 3
    (D) 4 : 1


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     Views: 168
      on 9/1/17
     
  • Kavya Sharma
     
     
    Express 90 cm as ratio of 3 m in its simplest form.
    (A) 1 : 3
    (B) 1 : 10
    (C) 3 : 10
    (D) 3 : 30


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     Views: 156
      on 6/2/17
     
  • Kavya Sharma
     
     
    If x and y are two numbers such that x is a factor of y then the L.C.M of x and y is _____
    (A) x
    (B) y
    (C) xy
    (D) x + y


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     Views: 214
      on 6/2/17
     
  • Heerall Parmer
     
     
    How many lines can be drawn to pass through two points simultaneously ?
    (A) One
    (B) Two
    (C) More than three
    (D) No line


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     Views: 181
      on 5/1/17
     
  • Heerall Parmer
     
     
    The value of (-10) + 92 + 84 + (-15) is ____
    (A) 150
    (B) 152
    (C) 161
    (D) 151


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     Views: 139
      on 5/1/17
     
  • Heerall Parmer
     
     
    In the given series , find the missing number.
    23 , 19 , __ , 12 , 9
    (A) 14
    (B) 15
    (C) 16
    (D) 17


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     Views: 156
      on 6/1/17
     
  • Neel Shah
     
     
    The sum of all prime numbers between 60 and 80 is _______
    (A) 278
    (B) 280
    (C) 351
    (D) 414


      1
     Views: 178
      on 27/12/16
     
  • Neel Shah
     
     
    The value of 6308 x 931 - 6308 x 831 is _______
    (A) 630800
    (B) 93100
    (C) 483570
    (D) 603800


      0
     Views: 172
      on 17/2/17
     
  • Neel Shah
     
     
    Which of the following numbers is equivalent to one billion ?
    (A) 10 lakhs
    (B) 1 crore
    (C) 10 crore
    (D) 100 crore


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     Views: 232
      on 27/12/16
     
  • Neel Shah
     
     
    In which of the following cases the construction of a triangle is possible, the lengths of its sides being given as
    (A) 14 cm , 19 cm ,5 cm
    (B) 18 cm , 12 cm , 5 cm
    (C) 12 cm , 6 cm , 9 cm
    (D) 8 cm , 4 cm , 12 cm


      4
     Views: 141
      on 19/12/16
     
  • Neel Shah
     
     
    If the selling price of 10 articles is same as the cost price of 11 articles then gain percent is _____
    (A) 25%
    (B)10%
    (C) 5%
    (D) 20%


      5
     Views: 147
      on 19/12/16
     
  • Neel Shah
     
     
    What is the LCM of 8 and 10 ?
    (A) 80
    (B) 24
    (C) 16
    (D) 40


      4
     Views: 120
      on 19/12/16
     
  • Heerall Parmer
     
     
    Write 60 as a product of prime numbers.
    (A) 2 x 3 x 10
    (B) 2 x 3 x 5
    (C) 4 x 3 x 5
    (D) 2 x 2 x 3 x 5


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     Views: 191
      on 9/12/16
     
  • Heerall Parmer
     
     
    The sum of two prime numbers is always a prime number. This statement is true or false.

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     Views: 193
      on 11/12/16
     
  • Heerall Parmer
     
     
    Which of the following statements is true ?
    (A) 1 is the smallest even number
    (B) Every prime number is an odd number
    (C) The sum of two prime numbers is always a prime number
    (D) Product of two numbers is always composite


      4
     Views: 67
      on 11/12/16
     
  • Heerall Parmer
     
     
    2 is
    (A) Even number
    (B) Only even prime number
    (C) Smallest prime number
    (D) All of these


      16
     Views: 92
      on 11/12/16
     
  • Heerall Parmer
     
     
    If a number is divisible by 6 then it is divisible by
    (A) 2 and 3
    (B) 4 and 3
    (C) 3 and 9
    (D) 2 and 9


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     Views: 71
      on 11/12/16
     
  • Heerall Parmer
     
     
    If a = 8 , then the solution of the equation, a x 12 = ______
    (A) 16
    (B) 20
    (C) 98
    (D) 90


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     Views: 81
      on 11/12/16
     
  • Heerall Parmer
     
     
    Solve it


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     Views: 88
      on 5/12/16
     
  • Nisha Mehta
     
     
    Longest chord of the circle is _____

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     Views: 573
      on 30/11/16
     
  • Nisha Mehta
     
     
    Example of perpendicular lines
    (A) Surface of ball
    (B) Corners of a room
    (C) Cube
    (D) None of these


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     Views: 106
      on 30/11/16
     
  • Nisha Mehta
     
     
    Example for a pair of parallel lines
    (A) Corner of a room
    (B) Railway track
    (C) Two parts of the angle
    (D) Surface of ball


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     Views: 100
      on 17/2/17
     
  • Nisha Mehta
     
     
    Set of points extending infinitely in all directions on the same flat surface is _____
    (A) Line
    (B) Plane
    (C) Line segment
    (D) Point


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     Views: 85
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  • Nisha Mehta
     
     
    Simplest of all geometrical figures which has no size but has position is ______
    (A) Line
    (B) Line segment
    (C) Point
    (D) Space


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     Views: 108
      on 30/11/16
     
  •  
     
    if Rahul has 985 sticks and his friend Tanmay has 567 chocolates how many more chocolates Tanmay need to equal the chocolates Rahul has

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  • Neel Shah
     
     
    Two points in a plane determine
    (A) An infinite number of segment
    (B) Exactly one segment
    (C) Two segments
    (D) None of these


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     Views: 112
      on 24/11/16
     
  • Neel Shah
     
     
    The basic elements of a triangle are
    (A) 3 vertices
    (B) 3 sides
    (C) 3 angles
    (D) All of these


      3
     Views: 129
      on 24/11/16
     
  • Neel Shah
     
     
    Angle inscribed in a semicircular region is
    (A) Acute
    (B) Obtuse
    (C) Right
    (D) Straight


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     Views: 95
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  • Neel Shah
     
     
    A set of points which extend infinitely in both directions is called
    (A) Line
    (B) Plane
    (C) Line Segment
    (D) Point


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     Views: 158
      on 24/11/16
     
  • Neel Shah
     
     
    Angle inscribed in a minor segment is
    (A) Acute
    (B) Obtuse
    (C) Right
    (D) Straight


      0
     Views: 64
      on 24/11/16
     
  • Manan Shah
     
     
    The whole number which does not have a predecessor is
    (A) 100
    (B) 0
    (C) 1
    (D) None of these


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     Views: 194
      on 16/11/16
     
  • Manan Shah
     
     
    The number with which 82 is multiplied so that product remains the same is
    (A) 82
    (B) 0
    (C) $1/82$
    (D) 1


      10
     Views: 103
      on 16/11/16
     
  • Manan Shah
     
     
    Predecessor of the predecessor of 99
    (A) 98
    (B) 97
    (C) 100
    (D) 101


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     Views: 119
      on 16/11/16
     
  • Manan Shah
     
     
    When two odd numbers are added the result is ________ , and when two even numbers are added the result is _______
    (A) Prime number in both
    (B) Odd , Even
    (C) Even, Even
    (D) Cannot be determined


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     Views: 85
      on 16/11/16
     
  • Manan Shah
     
     
    Difference between the place values of 3 and 7 in 6,380,942 and 5,107,289 is
    (A) 29,300
    (B) 273,000
    (C) 27,300
    (D) 293,000


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     Views: 99
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  • Neel Shah
     
     
    What is the greatest common divisor of 54, 36 and 24 ?
    (A) 2
    (B) 3
    (C) 6
    (D) 9


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     Views: 484
      on 11/11/16
     
  • Neel Shah
     
     
    'The predecessor of a three digit number is always a three digit number'. This statement is _____
    (A) False
    (B) True
    (C) (A) or (B)
    (D) None of these


      4
     Views: 79
      on 11/11/16
     
  • Neel Shah
     
     
    The product of two - odd numbers is
    (A) An even number
    (B) An odd number
    (C) Cannot be determined
    (D) None of these


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     Views: 148
      on 11/11/16
     
  • Neel Shah
     
     
    What least number should be added to 1330 to get a number exactly divisible by 43 ?
    (A) 46
    (B) 1
    (C) 3
    (D) 7


      1
     Views: 176
      on 11/11/16
     
  • Neel Shah
     
     
    Which one is not whole number ?
    (A) 8 $÷$ 2
    (B) 6 $÷$ 5
    (C) (-6) $÷$ (-2)
    (D) (-5) x (-3)


      3
     Views: 105
      on 11/11/16
     
  • Donald Perry
     
     
    The number with which 82 is multiplied so that product remains the same is
    (A) 82
    (B) 0
    (C) $1/82$
    (D) 1


      21
     Views: 376
      on 28/10/16
     
  • Donald Perry
     
     
    Which of the following statement is true ?
    (A) Every whole number is a natural number
    (B) Every natural number is a whole number
    (C) 1 is the least whole number
    (D) 99 is the largest whole number


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     Views: 159
      on 30/10/16
     
  • Donald Perry
     
     
    If a $≠$ 0 then a $÷$ 0 is
    (A) 0
    (B) a
    (C) a x 0
    (D) Not defined


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     Views: 190
      on 30/10/16
     
  • Donald Perry
     
     
    The first February of a leap year falls on a Friday. On what day of the week would the first April of the year fail ?
    (A) Monday
    (B) Tuesday
    (C) Wednesday
    (D) Thursday


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     Views: 247
      on 29/10/16
     
  •  
     
    1$÷$ 1$÷$ 1$÷$ 1$÷$ 1*1

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     Views: 139
      on 30/10/16
     
  • Jerry Nathan
     
     
    Only one even prime number is
    (A) 6
    (B) 4
    (C) 2
    (D) 8


      2
     Views: 189
      on 26/10/16
     
  • Jerry Nathan
     
     
    How many three-digit numbers can be formed using 3,5,0
    (A) 3
    (B) 4
    (C) 5
    (D) 6


      2
     Views: 326
      on 26/10/16
     
  • Jerry Nathan
     
     
    Place value and face value are always equal at which place ?
    (A) Hundred's
    (B) One's
    (C) Place
    (D) Ten's


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     Views: 96
      No recent comment
     
  • Jerry Nathan
     
     
    Commas are inserted in a number after each
    (A) Place
    (B) Digit
    (C) Period
    (D) None of these


      0
     Views: 92
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  • Neel Shah
     
     
    The place which comes on immediate right of the hundreds place in the place value chart is
    (A) Thousands
    (B) Tens
    (C) Ones
    (D) Ten Thousands


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     Views: 99
      on 25/10/16
     
  • Neel Shah
     
     
    Difference of the greatest 7 digit number and the smallest 5 digit number is
    (A) 998999
    (B) 9989999
    (C) 99899
    (D) 998099


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     Views: 95
      on 25/10/16
     
  • Neel Shah
     
     
    Expanded form of 37034 is
    (A) 3000 + 700 + 0 + 30 + 4
    (B) 30000 + 700 + 0 + 30 + 4
    (C) 30000 + 1000 + 0 + 70 + 4
    (D) 30000 + 7000 + 0 + 30 + 4


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     Views: 66
      on 24/10/16
     
  • Neel Shah
     
     
    A bottle contains 920 ml of mustard oil. The total quantity of oil contained in 25 such bottles, is
    (A) 23 litres
    (B) 25 litres
    (C) 24 litres
    (D) 22 litres


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     Views: 99
      on 25/10/16