Quiz 2 : Mathematics and Pedagogy MCQ Question for ctet and tet

Mathematic MCQ Question

Mathematics and Pedagogy MCQ Question

1. A bicycle originally cost Rs. 100 and was discounted 10{ad6b1de1cf00815309911bf7393320a385f9aa6c5bbc926729004da404f8d7e0}. After three months it was sold after being discounted 15{ad6b1de1cf00815309911bf7393320a385f9aa6c5bbc926729004da404f8d7e0}. How much was the bicycle sold for ?

(a) Rs. 55.50

(b) Rs. 95.25

(c) Rs. 76.50

(d) None of these

2. Which of the following fraction is the smallest?

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3. Which of the following fraction represent the given figure?



4. LCM of two numbers is 225 and their HCF is 5. If one number is 25, the other number will be:

(a) 5

(b) 25

(c) 45

(d) 225









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6. If the average marks of three batches of 55, 60 and 45 students respectively is 50, 55 and 60, then the average marks of all the students is :

(a) 54.68

(2) 53.33

(b) 55

(c) None of these

7. A milkman bought 70 liters of milk for Rs. 630 and added 5 liters of water. If he sells it at Rs. 9.00 per liter, his profit percentage is :

(a) 8{ad6b1de1cf00815309911bf7393320a385f9aa6c5bbc926729004da404f8d7e0}

(b) 7{ad6b1de1cf00815309911bf7393320a385f9aa6c5bbc926729004da404f8d7e0}

(c) 8{ad6b1de1cf00815309911bf7393320a385f9aa6c5bbc926729004da404f8d7e0}

(d) 7{ad6b1de1cf00815309911bf7393320a385f9aa6c5bbc926729004da404f8d7e0}

8. The nature of mathematics is

(a) Ornamental

(b) Logical

(c) Difficult

(d) Not for common

Answer: (b) Logical

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9.Which point is not included in the professional skills of a teacher ?

(a) Knowledge of self

(b) to experiment well

(c) Dedication

(d) Satisfactory knowledge of social matter

Answer: (d) Satisfactory knowledge of social matter

10. The most possibility of guessing is

(a) In the matching terms

(b) In true false terms

(c) In multiple choice terms

(d) None of these

Answer: (b) In true false terms

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