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(1)

If 3 = , and

- = 40,
then what is the value of + ?
(2)

## Name the next figure in the pattern given below:

(3)

Edward, Sharon and Karen shared a container of sweets. The container contained 58 sweets. If
friends share sweets equally, how many sweets would be left in container ?

(4)

Karen has 4 more comic books than James. James has 2 fewer comic books than Jeff. If Jeff has
20 comic books, how may comic books Karen has ?

(5)

## Find the correct numbers for empty boxes below.

291

(6)

(7)

300

a. 288,302

b. 288,301

c. 287,302

d. 287,301

In a clock, the hour hand is pointing between digits 2 and 3, and the minute hand is pointing at 3.
What is the current time?
a. 3:15

b. 2:5

c. 3:5

d. 2:15

does she have now ?
a. 110

b. 80

c. 120

d. 90

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(8)

In a community, two neighbours have rectangular backyard having the same area of 910 sq.
meter. If the breadth of first backyard is 35 meter and breadth of second backyard is 7 meter, find
which backyard will require more fencing and by how much ?

(9)

## The number which is multiplied to 908 and product remains same, is

a. 0

b. 1

c. 908
(10) Which of following shows flip of following image over the dotted line.

a.

b.

c.

d.

7m

8m

9m

10m

11m

12m

13m

14m

15m

16m

17m

18m

19m

## The dog starts at 7 m and jumps 3 m every time.

The mouse starts at 11 m and jumps 2 m every time.
If they both start at the same time, after how many jumps would the dog would reach the mouse?
a. After 3 jumps

b. After 4 jumps

c. After 6 jumps

d. After 5 jumps

## (12) Which rule can be used to explain this number pattern ?

1, 1, 2, 6, 24, 120, 720, ......
a. Multiply by 3 and add 1
c. Multiply by 1, then multiply by 2, then multiply by 3, and so on
d. Multiply by 3 and subtract 1

(13)
8

2
5

=8+(

a. 2

c.

b.

1
5

d. 5

2
5

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(14) The table below shows the number of books read by five children in one month.
Name

Number of books

Linda

Karen

24

Anthony

18

Charles

14

Michael

28

(15)

1
4

## of the total number of books read by the other four children,

books in a month.

## The 24th term of the series below is

1 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 ...

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(1)

80
Step 1
We have been told that 3 = . This means, one club is same in value as 3 hearts.
Step 2
We have also been told that -

## Value of one club - Value of one heart = 40

In the first step, we learnt that the value of one club is same as 3 hearts.
Combining these two facts, we can say that:
Value of 3 hearts - Value of 1 heart = 40
This means, the value of 2 heart = 40.
Step 3
If the value of 2 hearts is 40, then the value of one heart will be 2 times less, that is, 40/2 = 20
Step 4
Going back to what we learnt in step 1, the value of one club = 20 3 = 60
Step 5
This means, the value of 1 club + 1 heart is = 60 + 20 = 80
Step 6
Now the value of + is 80.
(2)

Heptagon

(3)

(4)

22
Step 1
We have been told that Jeff has 20 comic books and James has 2 fewer comic books than
Jeff. This means James has 20 - 2 = 18 comic books.
Step 2
We have also been told that Karen has 4 more comic books than James. This means, Karen
has 18 + 4 = 22 comic books.

(5)

b. 288,301

(6)

d. 2:15

(7)

a. 110

(8)

## d. Second, more by 152 meter

Step 1
Look at the question carefully, and let us assume that l1 and l2 be the length of first and
second backyard respectively.
Step 2
Therefore the length of first backyard = l1 meter,
and the breath of first backyard = 35 meter,
Since the backyard is rectangular and we know that the area of rectangle = length breath
Therefore the area of first backyard = length of first backyard breath of first backyard = l1
35 sq. meter
Since the area of first backyard = 910 sq. meter
Therefore the area of first backyard = l1 35 = 910
Since 35 is in multiplication in left hand side, when we move it towards the right hand side,
then it will go to division.
or l1 =

910
35

or l1 = 26 meter
Step 3
Now the length first backyard = l1 = 26 meter
We know that the perimeter of rectangle = 2(length + breath)
Therefore the perimeter of first backyard = 2(length of first backyard + breath of first backyard)
= 2(26 + 35)
= 122 meter
Step 4
Similarly the length of second rectangular backyard = l2 meter,
and the breath of second rectangular backyard = 7 meter,
The area of second rectangular backyard = length of second rectangular backyard breath of
second rectangular backyard = l2 7 sq. meter
Since the area of second rectangular backyard = 910 sq. meter
Therefore the area of second rectangular backyard = l2 7 = 910
or l2 =

910
7

or l2 = 130 meter
Step 5
Now the length of second rectangular backyard = l2 = 130 meter
and the perimeter of second rectangular backyard = 2(length of second rectangular backyard
+ breath of second rectangular backyard)
= 2(130 + 7)
= 274 meter
Step 6
Since the perimeter of second rectangular backyard is greater than the perimeter of first
rectangular backyard.
Therefore the second backyard require more fencing.
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Step 7
Since 274 - 122 = 152
Therefore the second backyard require 152 meter more fencing.
Step 8
Therefore the answer = Second, more by 152 meter
(9)

b. 1
When we multiply any number by 1, the result is the same number itself.

(10)

c.
If you look at the all of the images carefully, you will notice that the image

is the mirror image of the given image. Therefore you can say that it shows the flip of the given
image and hence it is the flip of the given image over the dotted line.
(11) b. After 4 jumps
Step 1
After 1st jump, dog will be at 10 and mouse will be at 13
Step 2
After 2nd jump, dog will be at 13 and mouse will be at 15
Step 3
After 3rd jump, dog will be at 16 and mouse will be at 17
Step 4
After 4th jump, dog will be at 19 and mouse will be at 19
Step 5
Therefore, dog will catch mouse in 4 jumps.
(12) c. Multiply by 1, then multiply by 2, then multiply by 3, and so on
(13)

b.

1
5