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**Ques 1: Predecessor of: ****(a) 2340 is __________****(b) 25621 is __________****Ans: **(a) 2339

(b) 25620**Ques 2: Successor of: ****(a) 21029 is __________****(b) 7810 is __________****Ans: **(a) 21030

(b) 7811**Ques 3: Match the following:**

(i) Predecessor of smallest 5-digit number | (a) 100000 |

(ii) Successor of largest 5-digit number | (b) 1000 |

(iii) Successor of largest 3-digit even number | (c) 9999 |

(iv) Predecessor of smallest 4-digit odd number | (d) 999 |

**Ans.**

(i) â†” (c)

(ii) â†” (a)

(iii) â†” (d)

(iv) â†” (b)**Ques 4: A boy is moving from one tree to another find the position of the boy from number line?****(i) ****(ii) ****(iii) ****Ans: **(i) Position of boy is 7 units (4 + 3 = 7)

(ii) Position of boy is 9 â€“ 3 = 6 units

(iii) Position of boy is 4 Ã— 3 = 12 units**Ques 5: Represent the following on a number line:****(i) 5 + 3****(ii) 10 â€“ 6****(iii) 2 Ã— 5****Ans. **

(i)

(ii)

(iii)**Ques 6: Simplify by using suitable re-arrangement:****(i) 417 + 225 + 583****(ii) 4 Ã— 537 Ã— 25****(iii) 8212 + 284 + 788 + 716****(iv) 125 Ã— 4 + 125 Ã— 8****Ans: **(i) 1,225

(ii) 53,700

(iii) 10,000

(iv) 5,00,000**Ques 7: Find the value of following using suitable properties:****(i) 437 Ã— 102****(ii) 925 Ã— 99****(iii) 143 Ã— 22 + 143 Ã— 8****(iv) 12345 Ã— 15 â€“ 2469 Ã— 25****(v) 92785 Ã— 98 + 92785 Ã— 2****Ans: **(i) 44,574

(ii) 91,575

(iii) 4,290

(iv) 1,23,450

(v) 92,78,500**Ques 8: Write the smallest 3-digit number which will not change on reversing the digits.****Ans: **101**Ques 9: The difference of smallest 3-digit number and its predecessor is __________.****Ans: 1****Ques 10: Write 'True' or 'False' for the following statements:****(i) The product of two odd numbers is always odd.****(ii) The product of two even numbers is always even.****(iii) The sum of two odd numbers is always odd.****(iv) The difference of one even and on odd number is always even.****(v) The difference of two odd numbers is always even.****Ans: **(i) True

(ii) True

(iii) False

(iv) False

(v) True

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