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Explanation The given answer states that there are 400 students at the school. This means that the total number of students enrolled in the school is 400.
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How many Human Calculators are there?
3.
How many more Human Calculators are there than Junior Giants?
Explanation The question asks for the difference between the number of Human Calculators and Junior Giants. Since the answer is given as 120, it means that there are 120 more Human Calculators than Junior Giants.
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If all the Almost Einsteins moved up a rank, how many Human Calculators would there be?
Explanation If all the Almost Einsteins moved up a rank, it means that there are no Almost Einsteins left and all of them have become Human Calculators. Therefore, the number of Human Calculators would be the same as the initial number of Almost Einsteins, which is 280.
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What is the amount of the key. Each symbol if worth? $___________ . Just put the number.
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In which class did 15 students choose chocolate frogs?
Explanation The correct answer is 6P,6p. This answer suggests that in the class 6P, 15 students chose chocolate frogs. The lowercase "p" could be a typo or a different way of representing the class name. However, without any further context, it is difficult to determine the exact meaning of the class name.
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Which was a more popular choice in Year 6, mint chews or marshmallows?
Explanation The more popular choice in Year 6 was marshmallows.
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How many students are there in Year 5?
Explanation The answer is 59, 59 students, 59 students. This indicates that there are a total of 59 students in Year 5. The variations in the way the answer is written (with or without spaces or the word "students") do not change the meaning or the numerical value of the answer.
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What was the most popular lolly in Year 5? No capitals
Explanation The correct answer is "chocolate frogs, Chocolate Frogs, Chocolate frogs, Chocolatefrogs, chocolatefrogs." This answer is correct because it includes all the variations of the correct answer, which is "chocolate frogs." The question asks for the most popular lolly in Year 5, and all the variations of "chocolate frogs" are included in the answer choices.
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The lolly that Mr Gain should buy the most of, due to it being the most popular is: ____________________ No capitals
Explanation Based on the given information, the most popular lolly that Mr Gain should buy the most of is "chocolate frogs" or "chocolatefrogs".
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In which game did the Hornets beat the Ravens by 15 points?
Explanation The Hornets beat the Ravens by 15 points in Game 1.
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In which game did the Hornets beat the Ravens by the most points?
Explanation The correct answer is Game4, Game 4, game 4, game4, or 4.
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Calculate the total points scored by the Ravens in 5 games. Only write the number.
Explanation The given answer of 185 is the total points scored by the Ravens in 5 games.
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How many more points did the Hornets score in 5 games? Only write the number.
Explanation The Hornets scored 10 more points in the 5 games.
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Which sold better, the cookies or the chocolate?
Explanation The given answer states that chocolate sold better than cookies. This implies that when comparing the sales of cookies and chocolate, chocolate had higher sales.
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Who sold the most altogether?
Explanation The person who sold the most altogether is Paddy. The answer is repeated twice, once with a lowercase "paddy" and once with an uppercase "Paddy".
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If the cookies were $2.50 a packet and the chocolate was $1.50 a bar, how much money did the top
seller raise?
Explanation The question asks for the amount of money the top seller raised. The correct answer is $104, $104.00, or 104. This suggests that the top seller raised a total of $104, which could be a combination of sales from cookies and chocolate bars.
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This pie chart shows the television shows children in Year 6 prefer to watch.
Look carefully to see how the pie chart is divided and answer the following questions:
What percentage of children prefer to watch comedy? _____% Put the number only.
Explanation The pie chart is divided into different sections representing different television shows preferred by children in Year 6. The question asks for the percentage of children who prefer to watch comedy. From the pie chart, it can be observed that the comedy section occupies half of the chart, indicating that 50% of children prefer to watch comedy shows.
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This pie chart shows the television shows children in Year 6 prefer to watch.
Look carefully to see how the pie chart is divided and answer the following questions:
What percentage of childrenlike game shows best? _____% Put the number only.
Explanation The pie chart shows the preferences of children in Year 6 for television shows. The question asks for the percentage of children who like game shows the best. The answer provided is "25, 25%," indicating that 25% of the children prefer game shows.
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Which types of shows were chosen by the same number of children?
A.
TV Series and Comedy
B.
Comedy and Games Shows
C.
News &
News and Current Events and Games Shows
D.
News &
News and Current Events and TV Series
Correct Answer
D. News &
News and Current Events and TV Series
Explanation The correct answer is "News & News and Current Events and TV Series". This means that the same number of children chose both News & News and Current Events shows and TV Series shows.
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What percentage was chosen by the same number of children? ___________% Just put the number