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1. Arrange the numbers given below from the greatest to smallest.

a) P, Q, R, S                                    b) R, Q, S, P
c) P, Q, R, S                                    d) Q, P, S, R

2. If Bob add a number to 65, he will get 65. What number is he adding?

a) 1                                    b) 2
c) 3                                    d) 0

3. 72 + 23 = 96, Mark True / False.

a) True                                    b) False

4. 70 + 8 = ____.

a) 70                                     b) 76
c) 78                                     d) None of these

5. Which of the following options will complete the below given number.

27

a) 20 ones + 7 tens
b) 7 tens + 2 ones
c) 2 tens + 7 ones
d) None of these

6. What is the sum of below given numbers?

2 tens and 5 ones        1 tens and 5 ones

a) 45                                    b) 40
c) 35                                    d) None of these

7. Select the incorrect option.

a) 42 + 35 = 57
b) 33 + 26 = 59
c) 57 + 22 = 79
d) 23 + 56 = 78

8. Find the sum of the smallest and the greatest number from the below set of numbers.?

a) 75                                    b) 76
c) 85                                    d) None of these

9.

a) 87                                    b) 85
c) 82                                    d) None of these

10. Which of the following options gives the answer greater than 45?

a) 23 + 12                                    b) 23 + 22
c) 24 + 25                                    d) 23 + 16

11. Find the missing number. 12 + ____ = 17

a) 4                                    b) 5
c) 6                                    d) 7

12. In a zoo, there are 4 lions, 5 elephants and 6 tigers. How many animals are there in the zoo.

a) 9                                    b) 11
c) 15                                  d) None of these

13. John has 26 marbles. He got 12 more marbles from his friend. How many marbles does he have altogether?

a) 36                                    b) 34
c) 32                                    d) 32

14. There are 15 boys and 32 girls in a class. How many total number of students are there in the class?

a) 47                                    b) 57
c) 37                                    d) None of these

15. Julie and her 3 friends equally shared 40 chocolates. How many chocolates each child received?

a) 5                                    b) 8
c) 10                                  d) None of these