# Can You Pass This Basic Mathematical Quiz?

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Do you love solving puzzles or word problems? Are you smart enough to calculate numbers in mind? If yes, then attempt this quiz to test your analytical and problem-solving skills. Read the questions carefully as they are tricky. So, let's try out the quiz. All the best!

• 1.

### Directions - choose >, < or = for this expression. 1219 ______ 1192

• A.

Greater than >

• B.

Less than

• C.

Equal too =

A. Greater than >
Explanation
The expression "1219 > 1192" compares the value 1219 to the value 1192. Since 1219 is greater than 1192, the correct answer is "Greater than >".

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• 2.

### Directions - choose >, < or = for this expression. 4567 ______ 7654

• A.

Greater Than >

• B.

Less Than

• C.

Equal to =

B. Less Than
Explanation
The number 4567 is less than the number 7654.

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• 3.

### Directions - Is this number ODD or EVEN? 1298

• A.

Odd

• B.

Even

B. Even
Explanation
The number 1298 is even because it is divisible by 2 without leaving a remainder. In other words, when we divide 1298 by 2, we get a whole number result.

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• 4.

### Directions - Is this number ODD or EVEN? 123,456,789,001

• A.

Odd

• B.

Even

A. Odd
Explanation
The given number, 123,456,789,001, is odd because it ends with the digit 1. In general, odd numbers are those that cannot be divided evenly by 2, and their units place digit is always 1, 3, 5, 7, or 9. Therefore, the number is odd.

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• 5.

### What is the value of the 7 in 6,712.

• A.

7

• B.

70

• C.

700

• D.

7000

C. 700
Explanation
The value of a digit in a number is determined by its position. In the number 6,712, the 7 is in the hundreds place. This means that the value of the 7 is 700.

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• 6.

### What is the value of the 9 in 9,134.

• A.

9

• B.

90

• C.

900

• D.

9000

D. 9000
Explanation
The value of the 9 in the number 9,134 is 9000. This is because the 9 is in the thousands place, which means it represents 9,000. The other options (9, 90, 900) are incorrect because they do not reflect the correct place value of the 9 in the given number.

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• 7.

### Finish this pattern! 3, 8, 13, 18, ____, ____, ____

• A.

23, 28, 33

• B.

28, 33, 38

• C.

3, 8, 13

• D.

25, 30, 35

A. 23, 28, 33
Explanation
The pattern in the given sequence is that each number is increased by 5. Starting from 3, each subsequent number is obtained by adding 5 to the previous number. Therefore, the missing numbers in the sequence are 23, 28, and 33.

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• 8.

### If Mr Zeier has 2 one dollar bills, 2 quarters, 3 dimes, a nickel and 3 pennies, how much money does Mr Zeier have?

• A.

\$288

• B.

\$3.88

• C.

\$2.88

• D.

\$2.78

C. \$2.88
Explanation
Mr. Zeier has 2 one dollar bills, which is a total of \$2.00. He also has 2 quarters, which is \$0.50. Additionally, he has 3 dimes, which is \$0.30, a nickel, which is \$0.05, and 3 pennies, which is \$0.03. Adding all these amounts together, Mr. Zeier has a total of \$2.00 + \$0.50 + \$0.30 + \$0.05 + \$0.03 = \$2.88.

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• 9.

### Count the money shown on the chalkboard.

• A.

\$12.78

• B.

\$12.58

• C.

\$13.12

• D.

\$15.76

• E.

None of the above!

B. \$12.58
Explanation
The correct answer is \$12.58 because it is the only option that matches the amount shown on the chalkboard. The other options are either higher or lower than \$12.58.

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• 10.

### Mrs Williamson bought a new book for \$3.78. She paid with a \$5 bill. How much change should Mrs Williamson receive?

• A.

\$1.22

• B.

\$1.12

• C.

\$2.22

• D.

\$1.32

• E.

None of the above!

A. \$1.22
Explanation
Mrs. Williamson bought a book for \$3.78 and paid with a \$5 bill. To find the change she should receive, we subtract the cost of the book from the amount paid. \$5 - \$3.78 = \$1.22. Therefore, Mrs. Williamson should receive \$1.22 in change.

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