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Q 1. Convert the following equations in statement form: p/6 − 4 = 8
 
  • subtract 4 from two-sixth of a number a to get 8
  • Add 4 to one-sixth of a number a to get 8
  • subtract 4 from one-third of a number a to get 8
  • subtract 4 from one-sixth of a number a to get 8
 
Q2. Complete the series:      −1, 4, −9, ----------, −25
  • 16
  • 12
  • 14
  • 18
 
Q3. Solve the following equation: 4(r + 2/3) = 12
  • 3/7
  • 1/4
  • 7/3
  • 7/2
 
Q4. Fill in the blank with <, > or = sign: (−2) + (9) ---------- (7) − (−5)
  • >
  • <
  • =
  • >=
 
Q5. Please identify if median and mode of the following science test result of 9 students are same. The marks are as follows: 34, 29, 25, 36, 12, 28, 31, 19, 27.
  • Median: 29; Mode: there is no mode
  • Median: 28; Mode: 34
  • Median: 28; Mode: 25
  • Median: 28; Mode: there is no mode
Q6. On a number line when we subtract a positive integer, we move to the ---------- ?
  • left
  • right
  • center
  • none of these
 
Q7. Length and width of a rectangle is 2/3 cm and 4/7 cm respectively. Find area of the rectangle ?
  • 6/21 square centimeters
  • 8/20 square centimeters
  • 8/21 square centimeters
  • 8/12 square centimeters
 
Q8. Temperature of a city was −10 degrees C. The next day temperature dropped by 3 degrees C. What was the temperature on the second day ?
  • −14 degree C
  • −13 degree C
  • −10 degree C
  • −12 degree C
 
Q9. Identify the value of p from the given equation: 3p/4 = 8
  • 32/3
  • 30/4
  • 32/4
  • −32/3
 
Q10. Highest marks obtained by a student in a class is thrice the lowest marks plus 6. If the highest mark is 86, write an equation to find out lowest marks.
  • 6x + 3 = 86
  • 3x + 6 = 68
  • 3x − 6 = 86
  • 3x + 6 = 86
   
 
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