Test Preparation MCQs (Maths-II)for All Candidates

Test Preparation MCQs (Maths-II)for All Candidates

  1.  60 + 800 / 20 × 2 = ___________
    1. 86
    2. 62
    3. 140
    4. 860
  2. One set of books weighs 3.75 kg. What will the weight of 32 such sets be?
    1. 35.75 kg
    2. 120 kg
    3. 28.25 kg
    4. 96.75 kg
  3. All the points of a circle are at the same distance from a fixed point O, called its_______.
    1. Diameter
    2. Circumference
    3. angle
    4. Centre
  4. There are 32 balloons, out of which 1/4 are red. How many balloons are not red?
    1. 128
    2. 8
    3. 24
    4. 28
  5. I am 8½ years old and my brother is 2½ younger than me, what is the age of my brother?
    1. 6
    2. 11
    3. 10
  6. 40.05 ÷ 5?
    1. 80.05
    2. 8.5
    3. 8.1
    4. 8.01
  7. Subtract 27cm 8mm  from  74cm 7mm, ________________.
    1. 46cm 9mm
    2. 46cm 1mm
    3. 64cm 9mm
    4. 64cm 1mm
  8. How much water is lifted of 19 ml is taken from a cup holding 28ml.
    1. 47 ml
    2. 19 ml
    3. 9 ml
    4. 8 ml
  9. Komal spent 53 minutes 47 seconds t watch television while Rashid spent 39 minutes 23 seconds watching television. Find the difference in their time.
    1. 14 min and 24 sec
    2. 93 min and 10 sec
    3. 14 min and 10 sec
    4. 93 min and 24 sec
  10. ___________ are used to draw arcs, circles and marking distance.
    1. Compasses
    2. Dividers
    3. Protectors
    4. Set Squares
  11. Perpendicular lines have __________________ common point/s.
    1. One  
    2. Two
    3. No
    4. Infinite
  12. A _______________ consist of a set of infinite points.
    1. Point
    2. Line
    3. Dot
    4. None of these
  13. Horizontal line shows _______________________ directions.
    1. West and East
    2. North and south
    3. West and North
    4. East and South
  14. Parallel lines have_____________ common point/s.
    1. One
    2. Two
    3. No
    4. Infinite
  15. The line segment passing through the center of the circle and touching the circle at two points is called __________________.
    1. Center
    2. Circumference
    3. Angle
    4. Diameter
  16. North to South directions represents _________________ lines.
    1. Vertical
    2. Horizontal
    3. Curve
    4. None
  17. An angle which is less than a right angle is called_______________ angle.
    1. Acute
    2. Obtuse
    3. Straight
    4. Right
  18. A “degree” is ________________th part of a complete revolution.
    1. 1/90
    2. 1/100
    3. 1/360
    4. 360
  19. Protector is used to measure the angle from_____________.
    1. 0° to 90°
    2. 0° to 100°
    3. 0° to 180°
    4. 0° to 360°
  20. The length of circle is called the_______________ of circle.
    1. Diameter
    2. Circumference
    3. Angle
    4. Centre
  21. Vertical lines shows_________________ directions
    1. West and East
    2. North and south
    3. West and North
    4. East and South
  22. Which statement is not true?
    1. The diameter is half of the radius
    2. The diameter is double of radius
    3. The radius is half of the Diameter
    4. Diameter passes through the center
  23. One billion = _________________.
    1. Ten Thousand
    2. Hundred Thousand
    3. Ten Hundred Thousand
    4. None
  24. Solve  (3 × 18) ÷ 3 of 2 ÷ 105 = __________________.
    1. 141
    2. 114
    3. 411
    4. 1926
  25. A triangle having one angle greater than 90° is called______________ angled triangle.
    1. Right
    2. Acute
    3. Obtuse
    4. Straight
  26. HCF of 42, 70 and 84 = _____________.
    1. 1260
    2. 90
    3. 14
    4. 630
  27. An angle whose measure is 180° is called ___________________ angle.
    1. acute
    2. obtuse
    3. straight
    4. reflex
  28. 2 2/5 by 5/2 = ______________
    1. 6
    2. 24/25
    3. 49/10
    4. 2
  29. Find the number of rolls required to pack 31,725 meters of clothes. One roll contains 45 m.
    1. 31,770
    2. 31,680
    3. 1,427,625
    4. 705130. 
  30. Subtract 1/3 from 4/5
    1. 3/2
    2. 5/8
    3. -7/15
    4. 7/15
  31. (3 + 6) × 4 = (3 × 4) + (6 × 4) is called ______________________ law.
    1. Commutative
    2. Associative
    3. Distributive
    4. Inverse
  32. A triangle having all three angles less than 90° is called________________ angled triangle.
    1. right
    2. acute
    3. obtuse
    4. straight
  33. Junaid buys 10½ kg tomatoes for Rs.210. What is the price of 1kg tomatoes?
    1. Rs.21
    2. Rs.105
    3. Rs.21.5
    4. Rs.20
  34. ¾ of a dozen is _________________.
    1. 3
    2. 6
    3. 9
    4. 12
  35. Convert 167°F into Celsius Scale.
    1. 67°F
    2. 65°F
    3. 75°C
    4. 243°C
  36. An angle whose measure is greater than 180° but less than 360° is called _______________ angle.
    1. acute
    2. obtuse
    3. straight
    4. reflex
  37. What is the least number of apples which can be distributed equally among 10, 15, or 20 children?
    1. 5
    2. 20
    3. 60
    4. 120
  38. Solve: 49.123 – 7.02
    1. 42.121
    2. 42.101
    3. 42.103
    4. 42.13
  39. Find the greatest length of measure of the stick which can be used to measure exactly 30cm, 40cm, or 50 cm.
    1. 10
    2. 50
    3. 120
    4. 60
  40. To find HCF by division method we divide greater number by _____________.
    1. Same number
    2. Smaller number
    3. Twice the number
    4. Greater number
  41. 3, 17.7, 102.1 are some examples of _____________________.
    1. same decimals
    2. equal decimals
    3. like decimals
    4. unlike decimals
  42. Solve:     0.072 ÷ 0.006
    1. 0.012
    2. 0.12
    3. 1.2
    4. 12
  43. How much time “2:25  to  4:10”
    1. 1: 45
    2. 2: 45
    3. 2: 15
    4. 6: 35
  44. A quadrilateral has two pairs of adjacent equal sides and one pair of equal angles.
    1. Square
    2. Rectangle
    3. Trapezium
    4. Kite
  45. Round off up to two decimal places: 244.4569
    1. 244.45
    2. 244.46
    3. 244.44
    4. 245.46
  46. The height of a pole is 18.75m. We have a ladder of 1/3 of the pole. How much length is left out?
    1. 6.25 m
    2. 12.5 m
    3. 9.375 m
    4. 12 m
  47. if 10 persons can do a work in 6 days. In how many days can 15 people do the same work?
    1. 3 days
    2. 4 days
    3. 9 days
    4. 25 days
  48. A triangle having three sides equal in length is called _______________triangle.
    1. Equilaterals
    2. Isosceles
    3. Scalene
    4. Right Angle
  49.  ³/5 into a percentage.
    1. 60 percent
    2. 160 percent
    3. 40 percent
    4. 140 percent
  50. Arrange in ascending order:   2.043, 0.403, 1.304, 0.043
    1. 2.043, 1.304, 0.043, 0.403
    2. 2.043, 1.304, 0.403, 0.043
    3. 0.403, 0.043, 1.304, 2.043
    4. 0.043, 0.403, 1.304, 2.043

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