6 AM QUIZ (III) Factors & Multiples
Published on 2011, 29 January
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Questions... Everyday Application
Q1: In SST, there are 196 Sec 1 students sitting for the Mother Tongue Language Exam. In the hall, tables are arranged such that the number of tables in each row equals to the number of tables in each column. How many tables are there in each row?
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Q2: A cubic crate of sides 1.5 m will be used to contain cubic boxes of sides 6 cm. How many boxes can the crate contain?
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Q3: A container of length 312 cm, breadth 184 cm and height 128 cm is to be packed with cubic boxes with the largest possible sides. How many such boxes are needed to fill the container?
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Q4: A triangular piece of iron with height 8 m and base 64 m is melted to form a square structure of the same thickness. Find the perimeter of this square structure.
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Q5: A freight plane leaves the airport every 8 days and a passenger plane leaves the airport every 13 days. If both planes left the airport on 1 January 2011, on which day (date) will both planes leave the airport on the same day again?
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Questions... Let's recap
Q6: Write down 3 prime numbers between 500 and 550.
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Enter the 3 numbers in ascending order.
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Q7: If a and b are different prime numbers such that 10 - a = b. Find a and b.
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Enter value of a, followed by value of b. For example: a, b
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Q8: Express 3300 in prime factors.
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Q9: If a, b and c are different prime numbers such that 588 = 2 x a x b x c x 7. Find a, b, and c.
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Enter the values in the following order: a, b, c
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Q10: Find the largest whole number that is a factor of both 360 and 756.
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Q11: The sum of 2 different prime numbers is 13 and the product of the 2 prime numbers is 22. What are the values of the 2 prime numbers?
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Enter the 2 numbers in ascending order.
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Q12: The lowest common multiple of 6, 21 and x is 126. Write down the least value of x.
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