1. Find the sum of the greatest numbers of 4-digits, 3-digits and 2-digits.

A. 11,197             B. 12,097           C. 11,007            D. 11,097

1. In a middle school, 896 students were studying during the year 2000-2001. At the end of the year, 409 students graduated from the school and 113 new students took admission in the school. How many students were studying in the school during the year 2001-2002?

A. 599                 B. 600                C. 487                 D. 500

1. Find the missing number.

A. 38                   B. 28                   C. 18                   D. 8

1. Sheila had 20 bangles. Her sister gave her 15 more bangles. How many bangles does Sheila have now?

A. 20                   B. 25                   C. 40                   D. 35

1. John has 20 apples. He gave 10 apples to his friend. How many apples does John have now?

A. 5                    B. 10                             C. 15                    D. 20

1. Vasim had 15 crayons. He gave 5 crayons to his sister. How many crayons does Vasim have now?

A. 15                    B. 10                             C. 5                      D. 0

1. John has 10 apples. His friend gave him 20 more apples. How many apples does John have now?

A. 20                   B. 30                   C. 35                   D. 40

1. Vasim had 15 crayons. His dad gave him 10 more crayons. How many crayons does Vasim have now?

A. 25                   B. 20                   C. 15                    D. 10

1. Find the missing number.

A. 22                   B. 23                   C. 24                   D. 25

1. Find the missing number.

A. 15                    B. 18                             C. 19                    D. 25