Class 2 Math Mysteries Trivia

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1.

______ comes just before 413.

Answer: 412
Explanation:
The numbers are arranged in ascending order, and you are asked to find the number that precedes 413. Since the sequence is in ascending order, the number before 413 is the one that comes immediately before it, and that is 412. Therefore, the correct answer is 412.
2.

In 289, the place value of 8 is____________.

Answer: Tens
Explanation:
In the number 289, the place value of 8 is in the tens place. The tens place represents the second digit from the right in a number. In this case, the digit 8 is in the tens place, indicating that it represents 80 in the number 289.
3.

Three hundred and one can be written as ______.

Answer: 301
Explanation:
The given question asks for the written form of the number "Three hundred and one." The correct answer is "301" because it accurately represents the number in its written form. “Three hundred” tells us that 3 is in the hundreds place. The “and one” tells us the 1 is in the one's place.
4.

232, 242, ____ , 262. The missing number in the pattern is ____.

Answer: 252
Explanation:
The pattern in the given sequence is an increase of 10 followed by an increase of 20. Starting from 232, the first increase of 10 gives us 242. Then, the second increase of 20 gives us 262. Therefore, the missing number in the pattern should have an increase of 10, resulting in 242 + 10 = 252.
5.

10+43+34=

Answer: 87
Explanation:
10+43+34 Add the first two numbers: 10 + 43 = 53 10+43=53 Add the result to the third number: 53 + 34 = 87 53+34=87 So, the sum of 10, 43, and 34 is 87.
6.

There are 3 sweets in one packet. How many sweets will be there in 9 packets?

Answer: 27
Explanation:
If there are 3 sweets in one packet, then multiplying this by 9 packets will give us the total number of sweets. Therefore, there will be 27 sweets in 9 packets.
7.

____ is 200 more than 546.

Answer: 746
Explanation:
The number that is 200 more than 546 is = 546+200 = 746.
8.

There are 4 apples in each basket. How many apples will be there in 5 baskets?

Answer: 20
Explanation:
Since there are 4 apples in each basket and there are 5 baskets, we can calculate the total number of apples by multiplying 4 by 5. Therefore, there will be a total of 20 apples in 5 baskets.
9.

Jane bought 60 cherries. She put 6 cherries in each packet. How many packets did she use?

Answer: 10
Explanation:
Jane bought 60 cherries and put 6 cherries in each packet. To find the number of packets she used, we need to divide the total number of cherries by the number of cherries in each packet. 60 divided by 6 equals 10, so Jane used 10 packets.
10.

What equals 6? 

Answer: 4+2 = 6
Explanation:
The given equation, 4+2=6, is accurately correct because it follows the fundamental rules of arithmetic addition. When we add the number 4 to the number 2, the sum is indeed 6. This result is derived from the basic principle that adding two quantities together yields the total count of items represented by those quantities combined.
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