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Numbers Mathematics Questions
1. 
(121×4+3) / (1÷10) ≠? 
A. 
3209 
B. 
4870 
C. 
2435 x 2 
D. 
974 x 5 
E. 
484 x 10+30 


Answer: Option B 
2. 
Which is closest to 0.5 
A. 
1?9 
B. 
1?3 
C. 
1?2 
D. 
4?7 
E. 
9?14 


Answer: Option C 
3. 
√(6400/22500) = ? 
A. 
101000 
B. 
5?41 
C. 
8?15 
D. 
8?13 
E. 
16?15 


Answer: Option C 
4. 
45 / 12+45 / 12+45 / 12 = 
A. 
10.9 
B. 
11.25 
C. 
12.35 
D. 
14.32 
E. 
45 1?4 


Answer: Option B 
5. 
(10/20) x 10 x (20/20) + (10/20) x 10 x (20/20) = ? 
A. 
20?10 
B. 
100?10 
C. 
20 
D. 
100?4 
E. 
30 


Answer: Option B 
6. 
Which of the following is true? 
A. 
1?3 ? 0.33 
B. 
45 ?40 ? 5 
C. 
3450 / 2000=2.25 
D. 
121 x 11 = 1332 
E. 
2 ? 4 ? .5 


Answer: Option B 
7. 
If the sum of five different prime numbers is an even number what is the smallest of the five? 
Answer: Option C 
8. 
If the division of 2 consecutive odd integers gives 0.71 as the result what is the greater of the two? 
A. 
3 
B. 
5 
C. 
7 
D. 
9 
E. 
Can not be determined from given information 


Answer: Option C 
9. 
If an integer R leaves a remainder 5 when it is divided by 8 all are true except. 
A. 
The number that is 5 less than R is a multiple of 8. 
B. 
The number that is 3 more than R is a multiple of 8 
C. 
When divided by 2 R leaves a remainder 1 
D. 
When divided by 4 R leaves a remainder 1 
E. 
When multiplied by 3 R always gives a result which is completely divisible by 2. 


Answer: Option E 
10. 
If y and z are integers and the sum of yz and z is odd which of the following is true? (I) y and z are even (II) y is odd and z is even (III) y is even and z is odd 
A. 
I and II 
B. 
II only 
C. 
II and III 
D. 
III only 
E. 
I II III 


Answer: Option D 



11. 
In a party each member invited takes a number to be served. If the first member took the number 32 and the last member took number 520. How many members were there that day? 


A. 
320 
B. 
487 
C. 
488 
D. 
489 
E. 
500 


Answer: Option D 





12. 
What is the smallest integer greater than 1 that 1 that leaves a remainder 1 when divided by any of the integers 5 7 8 
A. 
281 
B. 
300 
C. 
320 
D. 
380 
E. 
479 


Answer: Option A 
13. 
How many threedigit integers can be divided by 4 toproduce a new integer with the same tens digit and units digit as the original integer. 
A. 
One 
B. 
two 
C. 
three 
D. 
four 
E. 
none 


Answer: Option B 
14. 
On a number line point T is at a distance of 4 units from point U and point V is at a distance of 6 units from point U. What is the distance from point T to V? 
A. 
2 
B. 
3 
C. 
10 
D. 
5 
E. 
can not be determind 


Answer: Option E 
15. 
What is the product of odd integers between 8/3 and 16/3? 
A. 
128/9 
B. 
12 
C. 
18 
D. 
8 
E. 
none 


Answer: Option E 
16. 
If the product of 4 consecutive even integers is 384 which is greatest? 
A. 
4 
B. 
6 
C. 
8 
D. 
10 
E. 
12 


Answer: Option C 
17. 
How many positive even numbers less than 30 are completely divisible by 4? 
A. 
6 
B. 
7 
C. 
8 
D. 
9 
E. 
10 


Answer: Option B 
18. 
What is the sum of odd numbers smaller than 32? 
A. 
152 
B. 
250 
C. 
256 
D. 
300 
E. 
406 


Answer: Option C 
19. 
What is the sum of odd numbers smaller than 24? 
A. 
146 
B. 
142 
C. 
144 
D. 
136 
E. 
none 


Answer: Option C 
20. 
What is the sum of first 10 positive even integers? 
A. 
107 
B. 
108 
C. 
104 
D. 
110 
E. 
none 


Answer: Option D 
21. 
The sum of three integers is an even number and their product is 60. The digit which is neither greatest nor the smallest is? 
Answer: Option E 
22. 
Subtracting 1 from which digit in the number 12 345 will decrease the value of the number by 1000? 
Answer: Option B 
23. 
(1×10000)+(2×1000)+(3×100)+(4×10)+(5×1)=1 
A. 
5000 
B. 
15000 
C. 
12345 
D. 
54321 
E. 
543210 


Answer: Option C 
24. 
(2×10.000) + (8×1.000) + (4×10)= 
A. 
284 
B. 
482 
C. 
2.84 
D. 
2.84 
E. 
68 


Answer: Option E 
25. 
If m n and o are consecutive whole numbers that total 15 what is the largest of the three numbers? 
Answer: Option C 
26. 
What is the difference of the product and the quotient of 8 and 8? 
Answer: Option C 
27. 
If the sum of three consecutive integers is less than 120 what is the greatest possible value of the smallest of the three integers? 
A. 
39 
B. 
38 
C. 
37 
D. 
36 
E. 
40 


Answer: Option B 
28. 
How many positive integers less than 220 have remainder of 3 when divided by 9? 
A. 
16 
B. 
15 
C. 
14 
D. 
17 
E. 
18 


Answer: Option A 
29. 
What is the smalles number that is divisible by both 45 and 65 
A. 
45 
B. 
65 
C. 
2925 
D. 
585 
Answer: Option D 
30. 
If x = 8×7532 y=8×6532 what is the value of xy 
A. 
8000 
B. 
112512 
C. 
8 
D. 
none 
Answer: Option A 
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