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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ18

UPQ18-1. *What is eight million and sixteen thousand written in **numerals?*

UPQ18-2. *Use the following digits to form the smallest four-digit whole number that** is divisible by 5.*

* 3, 7, 5, 0*

UPQ18-3. *What is the missing number in the line?*

* 32 850 = 30 000 + 2 000 + ____ + 5 x 10*

* (1) 8*

* (2) 80*

* (3) 800*

* (4) 8 000*

UPQ18-4. *Evaluate 24 + 4 **× 50 – 20 ÷ 10.*

* (1) 36*

* (2) 42*

* (3) 216*

* (4) 222*

Solution:

UPQ18-1. *What is eight million and sixteen thousand written in numerals?*

8 000 000 is eight million

16 000 is sixteen thousand

8 016 000 is eight million and sixteen thousand

UPQ18-2. *Use the following digits to form the smallest four-digit whole number that is** divisible by 5.*

* 3, 7, 5, 0*

Smallest four-digit whole number that divisible by 5 is 3075

UPQ18-3. *What is the missing number in the line?*

* 32 850 = 30 000 + 2 000 + ____ + 5 x 10*

* (1) 8*

* (2) 80*

* (3) 800*

* (4) 8 000*

30 000

2 000

800

50

32 850

UPQ18-4. *Evaluate 24 + 4 **× 50 – 20 ÷ 10.*

* (1) 36*

* (2) 42*

* (3) 216*

* (4) 222*

24 + 4 x 50 – 20 ÷ 10

= 24 + 200 – 2

= 222