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1. The distance from town A to town B is five miles. C is six miles from B. Which of the following could be the distance from A to C?
Indicate ALL such distances.

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Exercise7

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2. √5 percent of 5 √5=

Exercise0.05

Exercise0.25

Exercise0.5

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3. If pqr = 1 , rst = 0 , and spr = 0, which of the following cannot be zero?

Indicate ALL such answers.

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ExerciseQ

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4. (65-64)/5=

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Exercise6/5

Exercise63

Exercise64/5

Exercise64

5. -20 , -16 , -12 , -8 .... In the sequence above, each term after the first is 4 greater than the preceding term. Which of the following could not be a term in the sequence?

Indicate ALL such numbers.

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Exercise200

Exercise440

Exercise668

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Exercise902

6. #n denotes the number obtained when n is rounded to the nearest tenth. For example #4.31 = 4.3
#0.089 - #1.135 =

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Exercise1.04

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7. For how many integer values of n will the value of the expression 4n + 7 be an integer greater than 1 and less than 200?

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8. In the following correctly worked addition sum, A,B,C and D represent different digits, and all the digits in the sum are different. What is the sum of A,B,C and D?

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9. 12 litres of water are poured into an aquarium of dimensions 50cm length, 30cm breadth, and 40cm height. How high (in cm) will the water rise?
(1 litre = 1000cm³)

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10. Six years ago Anita was P times as old as Ben was. If Anita is now 17 years old, how old is Ben now in terms of P ?

Exercise11/P + 6

ExerciseP/11 +6

Exercise17 - P/6

Exercise17/P

Exercise11.5P