# Sarin and the million numbers part 9(Math Question)

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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ26

UPQ26-1. Ben bought a motorcycle for \$16 888. What is

this amount when rounded off to the nearest \$1000?

(1) \$16 000

(2) \$16 890

(3) \$16 900

(4) \$17 000

UPQ26-2.  Arrange the following fractions in decreasing order.

7/8, 21/6, 1 1/4

UPQ26-3. In which of the following is the digit 8 in the ten thousands

place?

(1)  249 803

(2)  308 942

(3)  894 230

(4)  483 902

UPQ26-4. Find the value of  8/9 ÷ 10.

(1)    4/45

(2)  9/80

(3)  8 8/9

(4)  11 1/4

Solution:

UPQ26-1. Ben bought a motorcycle for \$16 888. What is this amount

when rounded off to the nearest \$1000?

(1) \$16 000

(2) \$16 890

(3) \$16 900

(4) \$17 000

\$17 000

UPQ26-2.  Arrange the following fractions in decreasing order.

7/8, 21/6, 1 1/4

7/8 = 21/24, 21/6  = 84/24 , 1 1/4  = 30/24

In decreasing order,  21/6, 1 1/4 , 7/8

UPQ26-3. In which of the following is the digit 8 in the ten thousands

place?

(1)  249 803

(2)  308 942

(3)  894 230

(4)  483 902

80 000  => digit 8 in the ten thousands place

The number is 483 902

UPQ26-4. Find the value of  8/9 ÷ 10.

(1)    4/45

(2)  9/80

(3)  8 8/9

(4)  11 1/4

8/9 ÷ 10

= 8/9 × 1/10

= 8/90

= 4/45