Class 5    Math    Example [N-5.7]

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Q 1. Calculate following:   1600 + 12 of 20 - 693 ?
 
  • 1247
  • 1147
  • 1347
  • 1047
 
Q2. Calculate the following:   505 - 506 / 11 ?
  • 495
  • 450
  • 420
  • 459
 
Q3. Fill in the blank:   Ten Billion, _______, _______, One Million ?
  • One Billion, Ten Million
  • One Million, One thousand
  • Hundred, Thousand
  • Thousand, Million
 
Q4. Arrange the following in increasing order: 2/3rd of One Million; 3/4th of Eighty Thousand ; 1/5th of One million ; 1/20th of Three lakh
  • iv, ii, iii, i
  • iv, iii, i, ii
  • iv, ii, i, iii
  • i, ii, iv, iii
 
Q5. Please make a number using digits 2, 4, 3, 1, 8, 7 so that when the highest five digit number is subtracted from this number, the reminder is 32,479 ?
  • 1,32,478
  • 1,32,487
  • 1,32,748
  • 1,23,478
Q6. Calculate the following:   ( 55 / 11 ) x ( 11 - 9 ) ?
  • 12
  • 9
  • 10
  • 1
 
Q7. Using the digit 5, 6, 8, 9, 7, 3, 1; can you form the highest possible value number which is higher than 98,75,000 and smaller than 98,76,000 ?
  • 98,75,136
  • 98,75,631
  • 98,76,531
  • 98,75,613
 
Q8. What will be result of following operation:   2 x 345 - 300 ?
  • 390
  • 90
  • 300
  • 255
 
Q9. Match the following:

     (a) One Million            (i) One Thousand / 10
     (b) Lakh                     (ii) One Thousand x 1000
     (c) Ten Thousand      (iii) One Thousand x 100
     (d) One Hundred       (iv) One Thousand x 10
  • a-iii, b-ii, c-iv, d-i
  • a-iv, b-iii, c-ii, d-i
  • a-ii, b-i, c-iv, d-iii
  • a-ii, b-iii, c-iv, d-i
 
Q10. Which number you need to add to the smallest number formed by 2,3, 6, 5,7 ; so that the number becomes highest value number formed by the same digits ?
  • 52,965
  • 52,695
  • 52,956
  • 52,569
   
 
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