vaibhav jainĀ
from
bbps, New Delhi
Subject :IMO Class : Class 6
State ‘T’ for true and ‘F’ for false.
(i) The place value of a digit at the tenths place is times the place value of the same digit at the hundredths place.
(ii) Every fraction or a decimal number can be represented on the number line.
(iii) The lowest form of 0.35 is
(i) | (ii) | (iii) | |
A | T | T | T |
B | T | F | F |
C | F | T | T |
D | F | T | F |
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Mishika Pal Choudhury
from
Delhi Public School, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi
Class : Class 6
The answer is 'C'. Tenth mistake SOF has made!
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Soumyaraj Roy
from
Kendriya Vidyalaya , Thiruvananthapuram
Class : Class 7
The correct option is C. But see that admin from revisewise only gets the master answer because revisewise is the company which powers SOF.
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AHANA BAG
from
DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL JOKA SOUTH KOLKATA, KOLKATA
Class : Class 7
It should be C not A. SOF, please rectify
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Arnav Raj Sharma
from
GEMS International School the ultra master mega, Gurgaon
Class : Class 1
correct option will be (C)
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shreya
from
Airforce school , Bengaluru
Class : Class 6
Answer should be C and not A as it is talking about tenths place and not tens place
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Ishaan Mishra
from
Sai International School, Bhubaneswar
Class : Class 7
It should definitely be option c. 1/10th of hundredth is thousandth
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SOUVAGYA SAHA
from
De Nobili School, DHANBAD
Class : Class 8
It must be option CDigit in tenth place is 10 times greater than the same digit in the thousand place
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Medha Bijjaram
from
Prime Academy, Mumbai
Class : Class 8
The answer is C but it is showing A as the right answer
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Aarnav Grover
from
Calorx olive international school, Ahmedabad
Class : Class 7
I can't understand... I should be C not A as 1/10th means reducing the value but when we are changing from hundredths to tenths the value increases not decreases... SOF please fix this question there is an error in the answer
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Ashwak
from
Cambridge, Jalandhar
Class : Class 7
It is surely C because 1/10 times the hundredths place is thousandths place not tenths place .....rectify this error
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Niranjhan Rajeshkumar
from
Deens Academy, Whitefield, Bengaluru
Class : Class 6
It should be C, not A as it says that 0.1=0.01*0.1. Please rectify SOF.
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Myra Negi
from
DPS Noida, Noida
Class : Class 6
For Ishayu Poddar from NPS Whitefield, Bangalore: Bruh. Read the question properly
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Vidwat Amal
from
Podar International School , Anand
Class : Class 8
yes correct answer is option C because tenths is 10 times hundredths and not 1/10 times
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Pranit Sinha
from
Montfort School, Roorkee, Haridwar
Class : Class 6
Excuse me sir, can you please explain how is it A not C
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Ishayu Poddar
from
NPS Whitefield, Bangalore
Class : Class 7
it is option a as it is saying 0.01 is 1/10 of 0.1
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Krish
from
GEMS Modern Academy, Dubai
Class : Class 8
It is option C because 1 tenth times of hundredths place would be thousandths not tenths
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Sumit Biswal
from
Dps gandhinagar, GANDHINAGAR
Class : Class 6
The correct answer is C not A..SOF please solve this problem
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Parth Kaushish
from
MDPS, Faridabad
Class : Class 6
IT SHOULD BE C as it is clear that statement one is false .SOF has given many wrong ans till now in math
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Adhrit
from
CHSV, Chennai
Class : Class 8
C is the correct one. SOF keeps giving wrong answers like this...Please rectify
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Sreejani Bhaduri
from
National Public School, Bangalore
Class : Class 7
C is correct!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Pls rectify.
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Pranit Sinha
from
Montfort School, Roorkee, Haridwar
Class : Class 6
Excuse me sir, can you please explain how is it A not C
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DUDU MISHRA
from
D A V Public School, Bhubaneshwar
Class : Class 6
This describes how serious SOF is about its students.
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Pranit Sinha
from
Montfort School, Roorkee, Haridwar
Class : Class 6
Excuse me sir, can you please explain how is it A not C