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Question 1 of 10
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1 pointsIf a,b and c are 3 consecutive integers and a>b>c, which of the following equations must be an even integer
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Question 2 of 10
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1 pointsOf the following, the closest approximation to (98.90 + 150 + 245) is
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1 pointsWhat is the smallest integer that is multiple of 5, 7 and 20?
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1 pointsOut of four numbers the average of first 3 is 16 and that of the last three is 15. If the last number is 18, the first number
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1 pointsHow many prime numbers are there between 56 and 100
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1 pointsThe number 65.7386 rounded off to the nearest hundredth is equal to which of the following?
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1 pointsIf (x – 1) (x + 2) = 0, then what are the values of x?
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1 pointsOn a blueprint, 1/4 inch represents 16 feet. If a driveway is 40 feet long, what is its length, in inch, on the map?
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1 pointsIf x, y, z are positive integers and 5x = 6y = 2z, then what is the smallest value of x + y + z?
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1 pointsThree friends shared a pizza. Tim ate 2/6 of the pizza. Kate ate 3/6. How much pizza is left?
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