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Which is not a Number Sysytem?

N

Z

W

K

Q

In a number line if you start from zoro and go towads right then which will you find?

All possitive numbers

All negative numbers

All Zeros

None of the above

Which is not a Natural Number?

1

2

3

-4

Wich is statement(s) is/are correct? A) All whole numbers are Natural Numbers B) If you take out Zero from Whole Numbers remaining numbers froms Natural Numbers C) All Natural numbers are whole Numbers D) zero is a natural Number

A and B

B and C

C and D

A and D

Only A

A and D

'Z' denotes which set of natural numbers.

Zero

Rational Numbers

Integers

If a number is represented by p/q, then below which condition mekes it a Rational Number?

q=0

p=0

p is not equal to 0

q is not equal to 0

p and q both are not equal to 0

How many rational numbers can be found between two whole numbers?

1

2

3

100

Infinite

Which statement(s) is/are correct? A) Zero is a common number between Natural Numbers and Whole Numbers B) All rational numbers are Natural numbers C) All whole numbers are Integers D) All Natural Numbers are Rational Numbers

A and B

A, B and C

A, C and D

All are correct

B, C and D

Only D

Which is not a number between 4 and 5?

37/9

19/3

49/11

101/25

Negative numbers are part of which number system?

N and Q

Z and W

W and Q

Q and Z

N

Z

W

K

Q

In a number line if you start from zoro and go towads right then which will you find?

All possitive numbers

All negative numbers

All Zeros

None of the above

Which is not a Natural Number?

1

2

3

-4

Wich is statement(s) is/are correct? A) All whole numbers are Natural Numbers B) If you take out Zero from Whole Numbers remaining numbers froms Natural Numbers C) All Natural numbers are whole Numbers D) zero is a natural Number

A and B

B and C

C and D

A and D

Only A

A and D

'Z' denotes which set of natural numbers.

Zero

Rational Numbers

Integers

If a number is represented by p/q, then below which condition mekes it a Rational Number?

q=0

p=0

p is not equal to 0

q is not equal to 0

p and q both are not equal to 0

How many rational numbers can be found between two whole numbers?

1

2

3

100

Infinite

Which statement(s) is/are correct? A) Zero is a common number between Natural Numbers and Whole Numbers B) All rational numbers are Natural numbers C) All whole numbers are Integers D) All Natural Numbers are Rational Numbers

A and B

A, B and C

A, C and D

All are correct

B, C and D

Only D

Which is not a number between 4 and 5?

37/9

19/3

49/11

101/25

Negative numbers are part of which number system?

N and Q

Z and W

W and Q

Q and Z

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To The Author of this questionnaire

Question 4: What is the right boption?

I guess it is Option 2: B&C. But the given right answer is A&B.

How can all whole numbers be naturals when 0 is an exceptional. 'All natural numbers are whole numbers' is a convincing fact which justifies my guess I hope. Please reply anyone

17 days 2 hours 54 minutes ago

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162 days 9 hours 4 minutes ago

Can someone post links to sites where i can download free sample papers???

I know these 2 sites:

- www.evidyarthi.in/

- www.cbse.nic.in

Are there any other sites providing good quality sample papers for Class IX??

162 days 9 hours 5 minutes ago

the questions like "which of the following are correct" the correct answer was not in the option

1707 days 9 hours 14 minutes ago

the questions like "which of the following are correct" the correct answer was not in the option

1707 days 9 hours 14 minutes ago

Maths is logical and tricky..Attend some of my classes if you have any doubts.

1773 days 4 hours 18 minutes ago

SreeIn a similar manner, the right option for Question 8 is C&D, but such an 'unique' option is not provided. A&B are invalid facts. But given as the right answer above, the statement in Option A is incorrect.

Justification: Zero is NOT common in both whole and natural numbers. Natural numbers do not include zero in their list.

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17 days 2 hours 48 minutes ago

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