Q.1 |
What is the total distance that Archana needs to travel to reach Delhi if she has already covered a distance of 47 km out of a total distance of 100 km and the covered distance is now 96.35 km? |

a) |
210 km |

b) | 205 km |

c) | 220 km |

d) | 225 km |

Q.2 |
Estimate the product. Round the first factor to the nearest ten, the second factor nearest hundred and then multiply. 65 x 154 =? |

a) |
8000 |

b) | 14000 |

c) | 6000 |

d) | 10500 |

Q.3 |
Asha was not feeling good. She went to the doctor. The doctor said her body temperature is 3 degrees more than the normal body temperature. He gave her medicine which brought her body temperature 6 degrees less than the current body temperature and 3 degrees less than the normal body temperature. Find her current temperature: |

a) |
35℃ |

b) | 37℃ |

c) | 34℃ |

d) | 33℃ |

Q.4 |
Your friend walks 1.749 metres in 3.3 hours. You start walking along with him but your speed is slower than his speed. You both have a common destination. It took you 5 hours to reach the destination then what will be the distance that your friend will cover in 10 hours? |

a) |
5.3 m |

b) | 5.5 m |

c) | 3.599 m |

d) | None of the above |

Q.5 |
A rectangular park has a walking trail on its periphery. If the length of the park is 47 metre and the breadth is 30 metre, then find the distance that a person will cover if he takes 3 complete round(s) of the park. |

a) |
420 m |

b) | 410 m |

c) | 462 m |

d) | 452 m |

Q.6 |
Ramu wanted to give some vegetables to his friends. He had 20 tomatoes and 18 potatoes. He gave his friend 1/5th of the tomatoes and 1/3rd of the potatoes. How many tomatoes and potatoes did his friend get respectively? |

a) |
5, 3 |

b) | 3, 5 |

c) | 4, 6 |

d) | 6, 4 |

Q.7 |
In a 4 × 100 m relay race, Shilpa runs the first 100 m in XXIII seconds. Ridhima runs the second 100 m in XIV seconds. Vandita runs the third 100 m in XVIII seconds and Shweta runs the final 100 m in XVI seconds. In how many seconds will they complete the race (in Roman numerals)? |

a) |
LXXI |

b) | LIXX |

c) | LXXII |

d) | LVII |

Q.8 |
You have a chocolate bar with you and you ate 2 pieces out of the chocolate. What will be the total perimeter of the chocolate bar left if each grid is 1 cm by 1 cm? |

a) |
20 cm |

b) | 18 cm |

c) | 16 cm |

d) | 15 cm |

Q.9 |
Your aunt gave you Rs. 5605. You went to your nearby bank and open a fixed deposit with that amount. You filled up the form but there was a field which asked for the amount of fixed deposit in Roman Numerals. What will you enter in that field if you remove Rs. 705 out of the existing money? |

a) |
MMMMCM |

b) | MMMCM |

c) | MC |

d) | MCMCM |

Q.10 |
Madhav loves to run. On weekdays he starts running at 5:30 am. He takes 3 rounds of the park and finishes at 6:03 am. On weekends he takes 5 extra rounds of the park. He always runs at the same speed. On weekends at what time does he finish his running? |

a) |
7:58 pm |

b) | 6:58 am |

c) | 7:58 am |

d) | 6:58 pm |

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