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  1. Convert 4725 seconds into hours, minutes, and seconds.
    1. 10 hour 8 minutes 45 seconds
    2. 1 hour 18 minutes 45 seconds
    3. 4 hour 7 minutes 25 seconds
    4. 1 hour 8 minutes 15 seconds
  2. The freezing point of water is ____________.
    1. 0’F
    2. 100°F
    3. 0°C
    4. 100°C
  3. Two angles whose measures have a sum of 180° are called _______ angles.
    1. supplementary
    2. complementary
    3. straight
    4. adjacent
  4. A boy completes 8 km in 2 hours on a bicycle in a race. How much distance does he complete in 2 hours?
    1. 7/2
    2. 7/4
    3. 21
    4. 7
  5. An angle whose measure is less than 90° is called _______ angle.
    1. acute
    2. obtuse
    3. right
    4. reflex
  6. Which one is the pair of supplementary angles?
    1. 245″ & 115°
    2. 100* & 80*
    3. 60° & 40″
    4. 24″ & 66°
  7. A triangle having all different sides in length is called __________ triangle.
    1. equilateral
    2. isosceles
    3. scalene
    4. right angle
  8. What will be the time? “45 minutes later than 7:20”
    1. 6: 25
    2. 6:35
    3. 8: 25
    4. 8:05
  9. The price of a dozen bananas is Rs.66. What is the price of 3 bananas?
    1. 5.50
    2. 11
    3. 16.50
    4. 22
  10. Find the value of: 1.3% of 1300
    1. 169
    2. 69
    3. 9
    4. 1690
  11. Which angle is the supplement of 82″?
    1. 98°
    2. 18°
    3. 278°
  12. The Area of Square= ___________ .
    1. Length x Breadth
    2. 2 x (Length + Breadth)
    3. Side x Side
    4. 4 x Side
  13. Express as the ratio: “5 weeks to 5 days”
    1. 5:5
    2. 1:1
    3. 7:1
    4. 1:7
  14. Identify the proportion: _________ “More labourers, less days”
    1. inverse
    2. direct
    3. same
    4. none
  15. Convert 60°C into Fahrenheit Scale.
    1. 194F
    2. 82F
    3. 140F
    4. 18F
  16. Aslam can walk 10.5 km in 2 hours. Find the distance he can travel in 5 hours.
    1. 52.5 hours
    2. 26.25 hours
    3. 21 hours
    4. 4.2 hours
  17. An angle whose measure is 90° is called _______ angle.
    1. acute
    2. obtuse
    3. right
    4. straight
  18. Thus two angles are said to be _____ angles if they have a vertex, a common arm.
    1. supplementary
    2. complementary
    3. right
    4. adjacent
  19. The boiling point of water is _____.
    1. 212°F
    2. 100°F
    3. 212°C
    4. 100°C
  20. A triangle having one angle is 90° is called _________ angled triangle.
    1. right
    2. acute
    3. obtuse
    4. straight
  21. The Perimeter of Rectangle = ________.
    1. Length x Breadth
    2. 2 x (Length + Breadth)
    3. Side x Side
    4. 4 x Side
  22. What will be the time? “50 minutes earlier than 14:25”
    1. 15:15
    2. 13:25
    3. 13:35
    4. 13:10
  23. Select the pair of complementary angles?
    1. 42° & 48°
    2. 167° & 13°
    3. 77⁰ & 23°
    4. 240° & 120°
  24. The Area of Rectangle = _________.
    1. Length x Breadth
    2. 2 x (Length + Breadth)
    3. Side x Side
    4. 4 x Side
  25. Some of the quantities divided by the total number of quantities ________.
    1. Region
    2. Perimeter
    3. Average
    4. Area
  26. Which pair of angles of the following can make supplementary angles?
    1. acute
    2. obtuse
    3. right
    4. straight
  27. Which angle is the complement of 38″?
    1. 52⁰
    2. 62⁰
    3. 142⁰
    4. 322⁰
  28. A triangle having two sides equal in length is called ________ triangle.
    1. Equilateral
    2. Isosceles
    3. scalene
    4. right angle
  29. Shortest distance between two points is called __________.
    1. Line
    2. Line Segment
    3. Ray
    4. Point
  30. The quantity represents the given quantities.
    1. Graph
    2. Average
    3. Area
    4. Perimeter
  31. An angle whose measure is greater than 90° is called _______ angle.
    1. acute
    2. obtuse
    3. right
    4. reflex
  32. _________ is the longest side in a right-angled triangle.
    1. Base
    2. Perpendicular
    3. Hypotenuse
    4. Right
  33. A quadrilateral has only one pair of opposite parallel sides.
    1. Square
    2. Rectangle
    3. Trapezium
    4. kite
  34. The graph in which we choose a suitable symbol to represent each part of the information.
    1. Bar Graph
    2. Block Graph
    3. Picture Graph
    4. Line Graph
  35. A quadrilateral having opposite sides are equal parallel opposite angles are equal and none of the angles measures 90°.
    1. Rhombus
    2. Parallelogram
    3. Trapezium
    4. kite
  36. The information collected from any field of study is called ________.
    1. Graph
    2. Average
    3. Data
    4. Tally
  37. The Perimeter of Square= __________.
    1. Length x Breadth
    2. 2 x (Length + Breadth)
    3. Side x Side
    4. 4 x Side
  38. If length = 9cm and breadth = 5cm then area of rectangle is equal to ___________ square cm.
    1. 28
    2. 45
    3. 14
    4. 90
  39. Two angles whose measures have a sum of 90 degrees are called ________ angles.
    1. supplementary
    2. complementary
    3. adjacent
    4. right
  40. If the length of a side is 1 meter then the area of the square is equal to ________ square meters.
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
  41. The space occupied within the boundary of a shape is called _________.
    1. Area
    2. Perimeter
    3. Square
    4. Triangle
  42. Mean of the numbers 5/2,5/6,1/4,2/3 is ________.
    1. 17/4
    2. 17/12
    3. 17
    4. 17/16
  43. In a right triangle, the side opposite to the right angle is called __________.
    1. Base
    2. Perpendicular
    3. Hypotenuse
    4. Right
  44. What is the distance a train covers in 8 hours? If the average speed is 80km/hour.
    1. 10 km
    2. 88 km
    3. 64 km
    4. 640 km
  45. The amount of turning between two arms is about a common point.
    1. Angle
    2. Arc
    3. Area
    4. Vertex
  46. A number that can divide the other number exactly.
    1. Divisor
    2. Dividend
    3. Quotient
    4. Remainder
  47. The fractions that have the same value is called _________ fraction.
    1. Unit
    2. Equivalent
    3. Proper
    4. Improper
  48. A quadrilateral having opposite sides are parallel opposite angles are equal and none of the angles measures 90°.
    1. Rhombus
    2. Parallelogram
    3. Trapezium
    4. kite
  49. A pictorial representation of a data is called _________.
    1. Graph
    2. Average
    3. Area
    4. Perimeter
  50. A number is represented as a product of its factors.
    1. Factorization
    2. Multiples
    3. HCF
    4. LCM
  51. The distance along the sides of a closed shape is called ___________.
    1. Area
    2. Vertex
    3. Angle
    4. Perimeter
  52. A comparison of two qualities of the same kind ___________.
    1. Perimeter
    2. Average
    3. Ratio
    4. Proportion
  53. Which one is the reflex angle?
    1. 78 degrees
    2. 95 degrees
    3. 148 degrees
    4. 200 degrees
  54. Quantity of matter present in a body.
    1. Length
    2. Mass
    3. Capacity
    4. Volume
  55. The decimal having a same number of a decimal place is called _______ decimals.
    1. Like
    2. Unlike
    3. Equal
    4. Mix
  56. An equilateral triangle is also __________ triangle.
    1. Acute angled
    2. Obtuse angled
    3. Right-angled
    4. Scalene
  57. The place value of 9 in 681.769 is ___________
    1. 9/10
    2. 9/100
    3. 9 hundred
    4. None of these
  58. One Billion = ___________
    1. 106
    2. 107
    3. 109
    4. 1010
  59. A comparison of two equal ratios __________.
    1. Perimeter
    2. Average
    3. Ratio
    4. Proportion
  60. 0.1*0.2*0.3 = ______________.
    1. 6.000
    2. 0.06
    3. 0.006
    4. 0.0006
  61. An arrow mark on one end point of a line segment________________________.
    1. Line
    2. Line segment
    3. Ray
    4. Curve
  62. A comparison of two quantities of the same kind is called_______________________.
    1. Proportion
    2. Ratio
    3. Fraction
    4. Area
  63. The quantity of matter present in a body is called________________.
    1. Length
    2. Volume
    3. Area
    4. Mass
  64. Sixtieth part of an hour is called_______________.
    1. hour
    2. minute
    3. second
    4. arm
  65. It is a measure how much cold or hot a body or a substance is______________________.
    1. Temperature
    2. Fahrenheit
    3. Celsius
    4. Kelvin
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