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##### 1. Question

Find the largest \( 8 \)-digit number which is divisible by \( 2, 3 \) and \( 4 \).

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##### 2. Question

A clock strikes at regular intervals. It strikes the number of hours on the hour, twice for every half hour and once for each of the remaining 10-munites.

Find how many times the clock strikes in a 24-hour period.Answer:

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##### 3. Question

Find the highest common factor of \(6\), \(9\) and \(18\).

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##### 4. Question

Find the lowest common multiple of 12 and 16.

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##### 5. Question

Find those fractions which are equivalent to the fractions \( \displaystyle \frac{3}{5} \).

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##### 6. Question

Rearrange the fractions in ascending order (smallest to largest) by dragging the fractions below.

- \( \displaystyle \frac{11}{18} \)
- \( \displaystyle \frac{30}{51} \)
- \( \displaystyle \frac{15}{24} \)
- \( \displaystyle \frac{18}{32} \)
- \( \displaystyle \frac{24}{39} \)
- \( \displaystyle \frac{16}{28} \)

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##### 7. Question

Find \( a, b \) and \( c \) if \( \displaystyle \sqrt{13 \frac{4}{9}} = a \frac{b}{c} \).

\( a = \)

\( b = \)

\( c = \)

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##### 8. Question

Round off 327 to the nearest 50.

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##### 9. Question

Round off 6329 to the nearest 20.

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##### 10. Question

Find \(\dfrac{{{{2.5}^3} – {{1.6}^4}}}{7}\), correct to two decimal places.

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