# Sarin and the million numbers part 12(Math Question)

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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ46

UPQ46-1.  5/9 ÷ 7 is the same as _______.

(1)    5/9 ÷ 1/7

(2)   5/9 × 7/1

(3)   5/9 × 1/7

(4)   9/5 × 1/7

UPQ46-2.  333 333 equal to 300 000 + 30 000 + 3 000 + _______.

(1)   333

(2)   303

(3)   3

(4)   33

UPQ46-3.  What is the best estimation of 352 ÷ 28?

(1)   300 ÷ 30

(2)   360 ÷ 30

(3)   350 ÷ 20

(4)   360 ÷ 20

UPQ46-4.  In which number below does the digit 7 have the smallest

value?

(1)   175 625

(2)   261 706

(3)   397 124

(4)   710 543

Solution:

UPQ46-1.  5/9 ÷ 7 is the same as _______.

(1)    5/9 ÷ 1/7

(2)   5/9 × 7/1

(3)   5/9 × 1/7

(4)   9/5 × 1/7

1 ÷ 7 = 1/7

5/9 ÷ 7 = 5/9 × 1/7

UPQ46-2.  333 333 equal to 300 000 + 30 000 + 3 000 + _______.

(1)   333

(2)   303

(3)   3

(4)   33

300 000

30 000

3 000

333

333 333

UPQ46-3.  What is the best estimation of 352 ÷ 28?

(1)   300 ÷ 30

(2)   360 ÷ 30

(3)   350 ÷ 20

(4)   360 ÷ 20

360 ÷ 30

UPQ46-4.  In which number below does the digit 7 have the smallest

value?

(1)   175 625

(2)   261 706

(3)   397 124

(4)   710 543

175 625           70 thousands

261 706           7 hundreds

397 124           7 thousands

710 543           700 thousands