# Numbers Worksheet-3

Numbers Worksheet-3

1. Expression of 0.23 in terms of vulgar fraction is

(a)                 (b)               (c)                 (d)

1. The smallest possible decimal fraction upto three decimal places is

(a) 0.101            (b) 0.111             (c) 0.001            (d) 0.011

1. Which number is equal to ?

(a) 10.1               (b) 1.10               (c) 1.01               (d) 10.01

1. If 0.111 is approximately equal to , then the approximate value of 0.777 is

(a)                    (b)                   (c)                    (d)

1. If the cost of 15 pens is Rs. 148.50. Then the cost of one pen is

(a) Rs. 12.80     (b) Rs. 8.90      (c) Rs. 10.90     (d) Rs. 9.90

1. The cost of 1 lit. of milk is Rs. 7.50, then the cost of 30.5 lit of milk is

(a) Rs. 225.75                               (b) Rs. 223.75

(c) Rs. 228.75                               (d) None

1. The sum of two numbers is 31.021. If one of them is 11.56,then the other number is

(a) 19.461          (b) 17.461          (c) 18.641          (d) 19.561

1. A shopkeeper sold 12.750 kg of sugar on a day. On the next day he sold 38.250 kg of sugar. On the third day he sold 50.500 kg of sugar. How much of sugar in all did the shopkeeper sell?

(a) 100 kg          (b) 101.5 kg       (c) 102.5 kg       (d) 101 kg

(a) 58.0037       (b) 58.37            (c) 58.037         (d) none

1. 143.6 ÷ 2000 = .........

(a) 0.1718          (b) 7.18              (c) 0.718            (d) 0.0718

1. 16.37 and 18.97 are

(a) like decimal fractions

(b) unlike decimal fractions

(c) equivalent decimal fractions

(d) none of these

1. Compare 12.1280 12.129 (using >, <, =)

(a) >                    (b) <                  (c) =                   (d) none

Answer Key:

(1)-(b); (2)-(c); (3)-(a); (4)-(b); (5)-(d); (6)-(c); (7)-(a); (8)-(b); (9)-(c); (10)-(d); (11)-(a); (12)-(b)