Class-2 ,Math Olympiads
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In numeral 707, the digit 0 is at ……………. place and its place value is…………………….CorrectIncorrect
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Which of the following is the largest number ?CorrectIncorrect
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If – = 27 , and ++ = 27, then = ?CorrectIncorrect
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Raghav went to the toy shop and bought one piece of Spiderman, one piece of Thor and two pieces of the cheapest toy. How much Raghav paid the toyseller?
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Which clock shows quarter to 5 ?
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What is the sum of the longest line and the shortest line if the given figure ?
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The given pictograph shows the number of toys made by 4 different students. Study the graph and answer the question that follows.
Suvan has ___________ number of toys more than Raju.CorrectIncorrect
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From the balances below, it can be said that ……….. is the lightest block and ……… is the heaviest block.
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Sanju got 86 marks in Mathematics. He got 7 marks less marks in English than in Mathematics. What is the total marks he got in English and Mathematics.CorrectIncorrect
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What is the value of “?” ?
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