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1. The perimeter of a rectangle is the ______ of the measurement of its 4 sides.
1. product
2. sum
3. half
4. half of product
1. Area of a square is the product of ________.
1. two sides
3. side & its perimeter
4. base & diagonal
1. The perimeter of a square is the product of ______.
1. two sides
3. 4 & length of the side
4. base & diagonal
1. Formula for finding the area of parallelogram is ________.
1. base x height
2.  x (base x height)
3. Side x Side
1. Side of a square = _________.
1. 4 x Perimeter
2. Perimeter/4
3. 4 x Side
4. Area/4
1. What is the value of length & breadth when the area and perimeter of a rectangle are equal?
1. 3,6
2. 4,6
3. 6, 12
4. both a & c
1. What is the value of the side when the area and perimeter of a square are equal?
1. 1
2. 2
3. 4
4. both b & c
1. Area of a rectangle if length = 1.5 cm and breadth = 1 cm.
1. 1.5 cm²
2. 2.5 cm²
3. 5 cm²
4. 3 cm²
1. A tile is a square of side 20 cm. How many such tiles would be required to cover the floor of a square bathroom of side 3 meters?
1. 45
2. 60
3. 100
4. 225
1. A solid figure with one circular face and a curved surface.
1. Cone
2. Cylinder
3. Sphere
4. Cube
1. A solid figure with no face, edge, or surface.
1. Cone
2. Cylinder
3. Sphere
4. Cube
1. A solid figure with two circular faces and two circular edges.
1. Cone
2. Cylinder
3. Sphere
4. Cube
1. Matchbox is a _____ shape.
1. Cube
2. Cuboid
3. Cone
4. Cylinder
1. The surface area of the cube?
1. 6l²
2. 2(1 × b + b x h +h x l)
3. l3
4. l x b x h
1. The surface area of the cuboid?
1. 6l²
2. 2(1 × b + b x h +h x l)
3. l x b x h
1. The volume of the cube?
1. 6l²
2. 2(1 × b + b x h +h x l)
3. l x b x h
1. The volume of the cuboid?
1. 6l²
2. 2(1 × b + b x h +h x l)
3. l x b x h
1. Find the capacity of a cubical oil tank with each side 2.5 m long.
1. 8,125 m³
2. 6.25 m³
3. 15.625 m³
4. 37.5 m³
1. Find the cost of painting steel cube of each side 5m long at the rate of Rs. 15 per sq.m.
1. Rs.2250
2. Rs.1875
3. Rs.225
4. Rs.11250
1. How many statements are correct?
1. Length, breadth, and height of cube are equal.
2. The length, breadth, and height of a cuboid are or are not equal.
3. The cylinder has two circular faces and two curved surfaces.
4. Cone has a circular face and a curved surface.
1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
1. Find the capacity of the milk tank of dimensions 3.5 m x 2 m x 2.5 m.
1. 6 m³
2. 17.5 m³
3. 41.5 m³
4. 62.25 m³
1. How many statements are wrong?
1. Length, breadth, and height of cube are not equal.
2. The sphere has a complete round surface.
3. The cylinder has two edges and two curved surfaces.
4. Cone has one edge and two vertices.
1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
1. How many statements are true?
1. The reading of numerical data in a pictograph is easy.
2. In bar graphs, numerical data is represented by rectangular boxes of uniform width.
3. To arrange the data in some order is called ungrouped data.
4. A rectangular diagram is called a pie chart.
1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
1. To represent numerical data pictorially is called _____ graph.
1. Bar
2. Line
3. Picto
4. Pie
1. Representation through _______ graph is easier & better than pictograph.
1. Bar
2. data
3. Pie
4. None
1. In bar graphs, bar can be drawn either horizontally or _________.
1. horizontal
2. vertically
3. equal
4. None
1. ______ is defined as “a set of observations, measurements or facts”.
1. Data
2. Graph
3. Picture
4. None
1. Numerical facts which are obtained from the field are known as _______.
1. Data
2. Graph
3. Average
4. None
1. In a _______ graph, the circle is divided into a number of sectors, with one sector for each category of data.
1. Bar
2. Line
3. Picto
4. Pie
1. A number that represents the number of times a base is to be multiplied.
1. Base
2. Index
3. coefficient
4. exponent
1. _________ (0.03)²
1. >
2. =
3. None
1. In √6, 6 is called _______________.
1. Index
4. Coefficient
1. The square root of 249.64 is ___________.
1. 15.8
2. 17.8
3. 124.32
4. 15.32
1. The area of a square field is 240.25 square meters. What is the length of its side?
1. 120.125
2. 15.5
3. 12.5
4. 120.5
1. The length of a rectangular ground is twice its width. If its area is 958 square meters, What is the length of the rectangular ground?
1. 31.11 m
2. 22 m
3. 44 m
4. 11 m
1. The square of 25 is _______________.
1. 5
2. 125
3. 525
4. 625
1. 1, 4, 9, 16, 25…… are called_______________ numbers.
1. square
2. perfect square
3. special
4. square root
1. 1 is______________ of 1.
1. square
2. square root
3. both a & b
4. None of these
1. Prime factors of 235 are 2, 3 and 5.
1. True
2. False
3. both a & b
4. None of these
1. If p = q², then q is called__________ of p.
1. square root
2. square
3. prime factor
1. The numbers whose squares are equal to their square roots are___________.
1. 0 and 2
2. 1 and 3
3. 0 and 1
4. 2 and 4
1. ___________ is a perfect square number.
1. 18
2. 50
3. 121
4. 8
1. ” is used to show square root. It is called ____________.
3. square
4. root
1. Prime factors of a ___________ are always in the pair.
1. natural number
2. perfect square
3. odd number
4. even number
1. The process of finding a square root is the_________ operation of squaring a number.
1. same
2. reverse
3. square
4. multiplication
1. The square of _________ fraction is less than itself.
1. proper
2. improper
3. decimal
4. common
1. A ratio is the __________ of two or more quantities of the same kind.
2. multiplication
3. comparison
4. conversion
1. If two ratios A:8 = x:y and B:C=y:z, then ratio A:B:C=x:y: z is called_______ ratio.
2. continued
3. direct
4. inverse
1. In proportion a : b:: e: d, the quantities a, d are called _________ .
1. antecedent
2. consequent
3. means
4. extremes
1. In proportion a : b :: c: d, the quantities b, c are called_________ .
1. antecedent
2. consequent
3. means
4. extremes
1. ___________ of two ratios is called proportion.
1. Equality
2. multiplication
4. conversion
1. Consequent is the _________ element of a ratio.
1. 1st
2. 2nd
3. 3rd
4. 4th
1. Antecedent is the ________ element of a ratio.
1. 1st
2. 3rd
3. 2nd
4. 4th
1. In proportion, Product of means = Product of ___________.
1. members
2. ratios
3. elements
4. extremes