Test-3


 

(1)     Find the missing number : 36 – ? = 26

          A. 16                    B. 20                   C. 10                   D. 6

 

(2)    Sunny is 76 years old. His cousin Jay is 53 years old. How older is Sunny than Jay?

          A. 13                    B. 33                   C. 32                   D. 23

 

(3)    There are three students in playgroup. One of them is boy and two of them are girls. What fraction of the playgroup is boy?

          A. 1/2                  B. 1/3                  C. 1/4                  D. 1/5

 

(4)    Which option shows the number 376 in expanded form?

          A. 30 + 70 + 6                               B. 3000 + 700 + 6

          C. 300 + 700 + 6                          D. 300 + 70 + 6

 

(5)    Find the missing number in the pattern.

          5, 15, 25, ?, 45, 55

          A. 34                   B. 55                    C. 35                    D. 53

 

(6)    Bikram is packing 44 oranges into boxes. Only 10 oranges can fit in each box. How many boxes can he fill and how many oranges will be left over?

          A. 2 boxes and 3 left over            B. 4 boxes and 3 left over

          C. 4 boxes and 4 left over            D. 2 boxes and 2 left over

 

(7)    Poonam has 12 stamps. Payal has 16 stamps. How many more stamps does Payal have than Poonam?

          A. 3                     B. 4                      C. 5                     D. 6

 

(8)    Nikhil woke-up at 8 o'clock. He took 20 minutes to get ready and 10 minutes to walk to the gym. What time did he get to the gym?

          A. 8:20               B. 8:10                C. 8:30               D. 8:40

 

(9)    Bharat is 27 years old. How old was he seven years ago?

          A. 20                   B. 34                   C. 22                   D. 25

 

(10)  Monica got fifteen new storybooks today. She already had eleven storybooks. How many storybooks she has now?

          A. Twenty-Six  B. Sixteen          C. Thirty-Six     D. Four

 

Answers

(1)–C; (2)–D; (3)–B; (4)–D; (5)–C; (6)–C; (7)–B; (8)–C; (9)–A; (10)–A