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Opportunity Class – Mini Test 1 (in class)
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Question 1 of 26
1. Question
Calculate the sum of:
5 – 5 + 5 – 5 + 5 – 5 + 5 – 5 + 5 – 5 + 5
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Question 2 of 26
2. Question
Brad is working with numbers.
He got the smallest and largest two digits numbers.
He wrote the total of both numbers on paper A and the difference of the numbers on paper B.
He added the number on paper A and the number on paper B.
What will be the final number?
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Question 3 of 26
3. Question
One side of the scale has 6 apples and another side of balance has 2 melons as shown below.
The weight of one melon is definitely,
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Question 4 of 26
4. Question
Which of the given option will be next in the series:
A90, D81, G72, J63, ?
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Question 5 of 26
5. Question
Students are divided into two rows of 15 each in a group photograph of 30 grade 4 students.
Justin is in the middle of the back row.
What is his position from the right of the row?
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Question 6 of 26
6. Question
How many small cubes are needed to convert the given object to a perfect cube of 3.
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Question 7 of 26
7. Question
Kevin is 15 years old. His father is three times as old as him.
How old was Kevin’s dad when Kevin was born?
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Question 8 of 26
8. Question
Which circle is missing?
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Question 9 of 26
9. Question
Which number will replace the question mark?
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Question 10 of 26
10. Question
A triangle “T” has sides of lengths 8 cm, 12 cm, and 13 cm.
An equilateral triangle has the same perimeter as the triangle “T”.
What is the length of the sides of the equilateral triangle?
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Question 11 of 26
11. Question
50,000 + 7,000 + 300 + 5 = _______
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Question 12 of 26
12. Question
Which of the following set of fractions is arranged from the smallest to the greatest?
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Question 13 of 26
13. Question
There are 55 rows of 26 seats in a concert hall. 937 people attended the concert on Friday.
How many seats were not occupied during the concert?
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Question 14 of 26
14. Question
Leo and Jan ate 3/4 of a pizza. Leo ate 7/12 of the pizza. What fraction of pizza did Jan eat?
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Question 15 of 26
15. Question
Sally baked 534 cupcakes. She baked twice as many chocolate cupcakes as vanilla cupcakes.
How many chocolate cupcakes did she bake?
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Question 16 of 26
16. Question
What is the measure of the angle one the figure (regular hexagon)?
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Question 17 of 26
17. Question
Andy left his home at 11:58 am to meet his friend for lunch at an Italian restaurant. It took 42 minutes to drive to the restaurant and 4 minutes to find a car park.
He has waited 12 minutes for his friend to arrive.
At what time his friend reached the restaurant?
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Question 18 of 26
18. Question
Jasmine is colouring a flag with three vertical parts as shown:
She got a choice of three colours Red, Green and Blue.
In how many ways she can colour the flag if she wants to use one colour for one vertical stripe and she can’t reuse the same colour.
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Question 19 of 26
19. Question
Dan has a piece of paper with the letter ‘E’ written over it.
Dan flipped the letter horizontally and then flip on its left edge.
Which of the following will be the final position?
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Question 20 of 26
20. Question
A box of 30 chocolates weighs 1.75kg. If 10 chocolates are taken out, it weighs 1.25g.
What is the weight of an empty box?
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Question 21 of 26
21. Question
Nutritionist to an overweight man: “You have told me that you exercise daily for 45 minutes. However, exercise breaks down the proteins in our muscles. We should eat an adequate amount of protein immediately after exercise to allow the body to recover.”
Which of the following statements strengthens the Nutritionist’s claim?
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Question 22 of 26
22. Question
Doctor to an Indian Lady: “To improve your iron levels to adequate levels, you must take one tablet daily in the morning and evening with meals for at least six weeks.”
Which of the following statements must be true?
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Question 23 of 26
23. Question
The Parent of Child: “Air purifiers must be installed in all classrooms to protect Children from Covid19 before the schools are opened after the lockdown in Victoria.”
Which of the following statements strengthens the parents claim?
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Question 24 of 26
24. Question
The Parent of Child: “Air purifiers must be installed in all classrooms to protect Children from Covid19 before the schools are opened after the lockdown in Victoria.”
Which of the following statements weakens the parents claim?
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Question 25 of 26
25. Question
A view of a single level building is shown below:
Which one of the following drawings represents the floor plan for this level of the building?
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Question 26 of 26
26. Question
Sam is visiting Barry during the Holidays. Barry to Sam: Once you get out of the station, turn right and walk 500 meters. You will end up in front of my house. My house is redbricked, doublestoried with a red roof. Sam did what Barry had told him but ended up in front of a factory. The station is shown below:
What mistake did Barry make while giving directions to Sam?
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