
question_answer1) If area : 14 square cm : : Perimeter : ?
A) 15cm done
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B) 16cm done
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C) 17cm done
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D) 18cm done
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question_answer2) If perimeter of 1 small square is 4m then what is the area of the whole figure?
A) 14 square metre done
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B) 15 square meter done
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C) 16 square metre done
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D) 17 square metre done
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question_answer3) If area : 14 square feet :: Perimeter : ?
A) 15 feet done
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B) 16 feet done
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C) 17 feet done
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D) 18 feet done
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question_answer4) Direction: Timsy is drawing some figures of given area. Find the odd one out in the following questions: Area = 6 square cm.
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B) done
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C) done
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question_answer5) Direction: Timsy is drawing some figures of given area. Find the odd one out in the following questions: Area = 12 square feet.
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question_answer6) Direction: Timsy is drawing some figures of given area. Find the odd one out in the following questions: Area = 8 square cm
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question_answer7) Direction: Timsy is drawing some figures of given area. Find the odd one out in the following questions: Area = 16 square metre
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question_answer8) Direction: Find the perimeter in units of the figures given in the following questions whose each edge of length 1 unit.
A) 7 done
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B) 8 done
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C) 9 done
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D) 10 done
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question_answer9) Direction: Find the perimeter in units of the figures given in the following questions whose each edge of length 1 unit.
A) 7 done
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B) 8 done
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C) 9 done
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D) 10 done
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question_answer10) Direction: Find the perimeter in units of the figures given in the following questions whose each edge of length 1 unit.
A) 6 done
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B) 7 done
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C) 8 done
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D) 9 done
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question_answer11) What is the perimeter of square of side 9 cm?
A) 35cm done
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B) 36cm done
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C) 37cm done
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D) 38cm done
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question_answer12) What is the area of 11 unit squares?
A) 110 square units done
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B) 100 square units done
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C) 11 square units done
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D) 10 square units done
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question_answer13) Which of the following statement describes the term 'perimeter' correctly?
A) Perimeter can be defined as the amount of surface covered by any figure or object. done
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B) The sum of all the lengths of a figures is called its perimeter. done
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C) The multiplication of all the lengths of a figure is called its perimeter. done
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D) None of the above. done
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question_answer14) Which of the following shape is suitable with the area 5. cm2.
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B) done
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C) done
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D) done
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question_answer15) Weight : Kilogram : : _______ : Metre.
A) Area done
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B) Volume done
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C) Perimeter done
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D) Rupees done
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question_answer16) Parul went for shopping. She wanted to buy some bangles for her sisters. Shopkeeper showed him some bangles of different sizes. Arrange the following bangles in decreasing order according to the boundary of the bangles.
A) A D C B done
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B) D A B C done
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C) D A C B done
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D) A D C B done
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question_answer17) State which of the following statement is correct? A: Perimeter of grass garden is equal to perimeter of flower garden. B: Perimeter of grass garden is less than perimeter of flower garden. C: Perimeter of grass garden is more than perimeter of flower garden. D: None of the above statement is true.
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B) B done
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C) C done
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D) D done
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question_answer18) If the length of the grass garden is 2 times the width of the flower garden then the perimeter of grass garden is
A) 60m done
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B) 70m done
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C) 80m done
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D) 90m done
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question_answer19) Can you find the perimeter of flower garden, when you know the length of one side only? If yes, then the perimeter is
A) 10m done
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B) 20m done
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C) 30m done
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D) 40m done
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question_answer20) What is the shape of the flower garden?
A) Square done
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B) Rectangle done
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C) Triangle done
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D) Circle done
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question_answer21) Separate the both gardens and find the difference between the perimeter of grass garden and flower garden?
A) 40m done
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B) 30m done
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C) 20m done
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D) 10m done
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question_answer22) State true/false for the following statements: A: Perimeter of the table cloth is 15m. B: Jhilmil aunty needs only 15m of lace for the table cloth. C: Table cloth is in the shape of a rectangle. D: 6m lace would be left.
A) FTFT done
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B) TTFF done
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C) TFTF done
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D) FFTT done
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question_answer23) How much length of the lace is required by Jhilmil aunty?
A) 14m done
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B) 15m done
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C) 16m done
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D) 17m done
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question_answer24) How much length of the lace would be left?
A) 5m done
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B) 6m done
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C) 7m done
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D) 8m done
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question_answer25) If Jhilmil aunty gave her left over lace to Milly aunty who wants to stitch it to the border of a pillow as given below. Then how much lace would be left after completing her pillow?
A) 2m done
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B) 3m done
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C) 4m done
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D) 5m done
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question_answer26) State which of the following statement is correct: A: Perimeter of the kitchen is equal to the area of the kitchen. B: Perimeter of the kitchen is less than the area of the kitchen. C: Perimeter of the kitchen is more than the area of the kitchen. D: None of the above statement is true.
A) D done
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B) C done
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C) B done
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D) A done
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question_answer27) What is the perimeter of the kitchen in units?
A) 18 done
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B) 19 done
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C) 20 done
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D) 21 done
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question_answer28) What is the area of the kitchen in square units?
A) 18 done
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B) 19 done
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C) 20 done
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D) 21 done
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question_answer29) Match the following figures with their perimeter.
A) 1234 done
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B) 4321 done
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C) 3214 done
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D) 3142 done
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question_answer30) Arrange the following figures in increasing order according to their area.
A) CDAB done
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B) ACDB done
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C) CADB done
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D) BACD done
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question_answer31) State true/false for the following statements. A: If a small square of side 1 cm is cut off from the corner, then the boundary will remain the same. B: If a small square of side 1 cm is cut off from the corner then the boundary will get increased. C: If a small square of side 1 cm is cut off the corner then the boundary will get decreased. D: All statements are false.
A) FTFF done
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B) TFFF done
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C) FFTF done
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D) FFFT done
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question_answer32) If you cut o 1 cm square to the new shape as given below then what will be the new boundary of the shape?
A) 16cm done
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B) 17cm done
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C) 18cm done
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D) 19cm done
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question_answer33) Which of the following Park has largest boundary?
A) Park A done
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B) Park C done
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C) Park E done
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D) Park B done
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question_answer34) Which of the following Park has smallest boundary?
A) Park D done
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B) Park A done
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C) Park E done
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D) Park C done
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question_answer35) Which of the following Park has same boundary as that of Park B?
A) Park A done
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B) Park C done
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C) Park D done
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D) Park E done
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question_answer36) State which of the following statement is incorrect? Statement A: Boundary of Park A is more than Park B. Statement B: Boundary of Park D is less than Park C Statement C: Boundary of Park E is more than Park C Statement D: Boundary of Park C is more than park A
A) D done
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B) C done
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C) B done
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D) A done
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question_answer37) If Park A : 140 :: ? : 180
A) Park B done
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B) Park C done
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C) Park B done
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D) Park E done
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question_answer38) Complete the passage given below: Bahadur is a watchman. He takes care of a plot of length 100m and width 80m. He wakes up whole night to take care of the plot. To keep himself awake he walks around the boundary of the plot while screaming ?JAAGTE RAHO?. The boundary of the plot is ___ (A) ___ m. Bahadur takes 5 rounds every day. The length of the boundary he walks is ___ (B) ___ m every day. After 2 months the land owner started constructing his building, he left out the land of the length 10m and width 7m for his parking area. The boundary of parking area is ___ (C) ___ m. Bahadur was asked to watch the parking area. He started taking 15 rounds every day of the parking boundary. The length of the boundary of the parking are he walks is ___ (D) ___ m every day. A:
A) 350m done
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B) 360m done
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C) 370m done
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D) 380m done
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question_answer39) Complete the passage given below: Bahadur is a watchman. He takes care of a plot of length 100m and width 80m. He wakes up whole night to take care of the plot. To keep himself awake he walks around the boundary of the plot while screaming ?JAAGTE RAHO?. The boundary of the plot is ___ (A) ___ m. Bahadur takes 5 rounds every day. The length of the boundary he walks is ___ (B) ___ m every day. After 2 months the land owner started constructing his building, he left out the land of the length 10m and width 7m for his parking area. The boundary of parking area is ___ (C) ___ m. Bahadur was asked to watch the parking area. He started taking 15 rounds every day of the parking boundary. The length of the boundary of the parking are he walks is ___ (D) ___ m every day. B:
A) 1500m done
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B) 1600m done
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C) 1700m done
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D) 1800m done
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question_answer40) Complete the passage given below: Bahadur is a watchman. He takes care of a plot of length 100m and width 80m. He wakes up whole night to take care of the plot. To keep himself awake he walks around the boundary of the plot while screaming ?JAAGTE RAHO?. The boundary of the plot is ___ (A) ___ m. Bahadur takes 5 rounds every day. The length of the boundary he walks is ___ (B) ___ m every day. After 2 months the land owner started constructing his building, he left out the land of the length 10m and width 7m for his parking area. The boundary of parking area is ___ (C) ___ m. Bahadur was asked to watch the parking area. He started taking 15 rounds every day of the parking boundary. The length of the boundary of the parking are he walks is ___ (D) ___ m every day. C:
A) 34m done
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B) 35m done
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C) 36m done
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D) 37m done
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question_answer41) Complete the passage given below: Bahadur is a watchman. He takes care of a plot of length 100m and width 80m. He wakes up whole night to take care of the plot. To keep himself awake he walks around the boundary of the plot while screaming ?JAAGTE RAHO?. The boundary of the plot is ___ (A) ___ m. Bahadur takes 5 rounds every day. The length of the boundary he walks is ___ (B) ___ m every day. After 2 months the land owner started constructing his building, he left out the land of the length 10m and width 7m for his parking area. The boundary of parking area is ___ (C) ___ m. Bahadur was asked to watch the parking area. He started taking 15 rounds every day of the parking boundary. The length of the boundary of the parking are he walks is ___ (D) ___ m every day. D:
A) 500m done
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B) 510m done
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C) 520m done
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D) 530m done
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question_answer42) Match the following figure with their area. Each square= 1unit
A) A2, B4, C3, D1 done
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B) A2, B4, C1, D3 done
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C) A4, B2, C3, D1 done
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D) A4, B2, C1, D3 done
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question_answer43) Direction: Six students of Class 4 are playing a Maths puzzle game. Each of the student gives a puzzle to other five numbers. Solve all the puzzles as given below: Chinky's puzzle says, "My rectangle has an area of 10 square in class and a perimeter of 14 inches." What is the figure of Chinky's rectangle?
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question_answer44) Direction: Six students of Class 4 are playing a Maths puzzle game. Each of the student gives a puzzle to other five numbers. Solve all the puzzles as given below: Monty's puzzle says, "My rectangle has an area of 6 square centimeter and a perimeter of 10 centimeter." What is the figure of Monty's rectangle?
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question_answer45) Direction: Six students of Class 4 are playing a Maths puzzle game. Each of the student gives a puzzle to other five numbers. Solve all the puzzles as given below: Pintu's puzzle says. "My rectangle has an area of 25 square metre and perimeter 20 metres." What is the figure of Pintu's rectangle?
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question_answer46) Direction: Six students of Class 4 are playing a Maths puzzle game. Each of the student gives a puzzle to other five numbers. Solve all the puzzles as given below: Bittoo's puzzle says, "My rectangle has an area of 16 square inches and perimeter of 15 inches." What is the figure of Bittoo's rectangle?
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question_answer47) Direction: Six students of Class 4 are playing a Maths puzzle game. Each of the student gives a puzzle to other five numbers. Solve all the puzzles as given below: Tinku's puzzle says. "My rectangle has an area of 15 square feet and perimeter of 16 feet." What is the figure of Tinku's rectangle?
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question_answer48) Direction: Six students of Class 4 are playing a Maths puzzle game. Each of the student gives a puzzle to other five numbers. Solve all the puzzles as given below: Bablu's puzzle says, "My rectangle has an area of 8 square metre and perimeter of 12 metre." What is the figure of Bablu's rectangle?
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question_answer49) What is the perimeter of fig. A?
A) 40cm done
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B) 50cm done
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C) 60cm done
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D) 70cm done
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question_answer50) What is the perimeter of fig. B?
A) 46cm done
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B) 56cm done
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C) 66cm done
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D) 76cm done
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question_answer51) What is the difference in the perimeter of fig. A and fig. B?
A) 6cm done
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B) 10cm done
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C) 16cm done
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D) 26cm done
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question_answer52) A customer asked for two extralarge bed sheets. What is the perimeter of each bed sheet?
A) 17m done
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B) 18m done
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C) 36m done
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D) 34m done
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question_answer53) What is the difference between the perimeter of medium bed sheets and deluxe bed sheet?
A) 10m done
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B) 11m done
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C) 12m done
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D) 13m done
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question_answer54) A customer asked for 2 small bed sheets, 1 large bed sheet and 2 deluxe bed sheets. How much did he/she have to pay?
A) Rs.1000/ done
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B) Rs.1500/ done
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C) Rs.2000/ done
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D) Rs.2500/ done
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question_answer55) What is the difference between the perimeter of large bed sheet and small bed sheet?
A) 5m done
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B) 6m done
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C) 7m done
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D) 8m done
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question_answer56) Direction: Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow: Ramu Kaka is a farmer. He has a land of length 100m and width 90m. He grows vegetables in his land and sell them in the market. But due to hot weather and no rain he suffered huge loss in his vegetable selling as he could not grow vegetables in his land so he had to sell a portion of his land of area 4000 square metre. After selling his land he again sold another portion of area 2000 square metre. Then all of a sudden the weather came in the favour of Ramu Kaka and it started raining. Ramu Kaka started making profit in his vegetable selling. He then bought a portion of land of area 3000 square metre. Then after few months he again bought another portion of land of 5000 square metre. Now he has a huge land on which he grows his vegetables. Ramu Kaka is now happy and making more and more profits every day. What is the area of the land Ramu Kaka had initially?
A) 7000 square metre done
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B) 8000 square metre done
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C) 9000 square metre done
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D) 10000 square metre done
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question_answer57) Direction: Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow: Ramu Kaka is a farmer. He has a land of length 100m and width 90m. He grows vegetables in his land and sell them in the market. But due to hot weather and no rain he suffered huge loss in his vegetable selling as he could not grow vegetables in his land so he had to sell a portion of his land of area 4000 square metre. After selling his land he again sold another portion of area 2000 square metre. Then all of a sudden the weather came in the favour of Ramu Kaka and it started raining. Ramu Kaka started making profit in his vegetable selling. He then bought a portion of land of area 3000 square metre. Then after few months he again bought another portion of land of 5000 square metre. Now he has a huge land on which he grows his vegetables. Ramu Kaka is now happy and making more and more profits every day. What area of land left with him after his first sell?
A) 4000 square metre done
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B) 5000 square metre done
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C) 6000 square metre done
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D) 7000 square metre done
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question_answer58) Direction: Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow: Ramu Kaka is a farmer. He has a land of length 100m and width 90m. He grows vegetables in his land and sell them in the market. But due to hot weather and no rain he suffered huge loss in his vegetable selling as he could not grow vegetables in his land so he had to sell a portion of his land of area 4000 square metre. After selling his land he again sold another portion of area 2000 square metre. Then all of a sudden the weather came in the favour of Ramu Kaka and it started raining. Ramu Kaka started making profit in his vegetable selling. He then bought a portion of land of area 3000 square metre. Then after few months he again bought another portion of land of 5000 square metre. Now he has a huge land on which he grows his vegetables. Ramu Kaka is now happy and making more and more profits every day. What area of land left with him after his second sell?
A) 2000 square metre done
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B) 3000 square metre done
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C) 4000 square metre done
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D) 5000 square metre done
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question_answer59) Direction: Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow: Ramu Kaka is a farmer. He has a land of length 100m and width 90m. He grows vegetables in his land and sell them in the market. But due to hot weather and no rain he suffered huge loss in his vegetable selling as he could not grow vegetables in his land so he had to sell a portion of his land of area 4000 square metre. After selling his land he again sold another portion of area 2000 square metre. Then all of a sudden the weather came in the favour of Ramu Kaka and it started raining. Ramu Kaka started making profit in his vegetable selling. He then bought a portion of land of area 3000 square metre. Then after few months he again bought another portion of land of 5000 square metre. Now he has a huge land on which he grows his vegetables. Ramu Kaka is now happy and making more and more profits every day. What area of land he owned after his first purchase after making profits?
A) 4000 square metre done
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B) 5000 square metre done
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C) 6000 square metre done
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D) 7000 square metre done
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question_answer60) Direction: Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow: Ramu Kaka is a farmer. He has a land of length 100m and width 90m. He grows vegetables in his land and sell them in the market. But due to hot weather and no rain he suffered huge loss in his vegetable selling as he could not grow vegetables in his land so he had to sell a portion of his land of area 4000 square metre. After selling his land he again sold another portion of area 2000 square metre. Then all of a sudden the weather came in the favour of Ramu Kaka and it started raining. Ramu Kaka started making profit in his vegetable selling. He then bought a portion of land of area 3000 square metre. Then after few months he again bought another portion of land of 5000 square metre. Now he has a huge land on which he grows his vegetables. Ramu Kaka is now happy and making more and more profits every day. What area of land he owned now?
A) 8000 square metre done
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B) 9000 square metre done
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C) 10000 square metre done
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D) 11000 square metre done
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question_answer61) Direction: Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow: Ramu Kaka is a farmer. He has a land of length 100m and width 90m. He grows vegetables in his land and sell them in the market. But due to hot weather and no rain he suffered huge loss in his vegetable selling as he could not grow vegetables in his land so he had to sell a portion of his land of area 4000 square metre. After selling his land he again sold another portion of area 2000 square metre. Then all of a sudden the weather came in the favour of Ramu Kaka and it started raining. Ramu Kaka started making profit in his vegetable selling. He then bought a portion of land of area 3000 square metre. Then after few months he again bought another portion of land of 5000 square metre. Now he has a huge land on which he grows his vegetables. Ramu Kaka is now happy and making more and more profits every day. What is the difference between the area of land he had initially and the area of land he has now?
A) 1000 square metre done
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B) 2000 square metre done
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C) 3000 square metre done
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D) 4000 square metre done
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question_answer62) What is the area of a rectangle if it has 8 squares of side 1cm in each row and has 4 such rows?
A) 30 square cm done
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B) 31 square cm done
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C) 32 square cm done
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D) 33 square cm done
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question_answer63) Find the area of the figure given below:
A) 16 square meter done
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B) 17 square meter done
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C) 18 square meter done
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D) 19 square meter done
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question_answer64) Consider the following statements: Statement A: Area is measured in square centimeters. Statement B: The perimeter is always measured in single unit that is cm, m, km, etc.
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B) Only B done
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C) Both A and B done
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D) Neither A nor B done
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question_answer65) On the basis of the following features identify the correct term: It is always measured in square units, that is eitheroror It can be compared by counting the number of squares of two shapes occupy. It is the amount of surface, a figure covers.
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C) Area done
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D) Weight done
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question_answer66) Look at the picture given below. What is the area of shaded portion?
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