A) 6 | B) 620 |

C) 62 | D) 2 |

Explanation:

Here in the question it is asked that 62 tens, which implies ten times of 62.

=> 62 x 10 = 620.

Hence, **the value of 62 tens = 620.**

A) Supplementary angles | B) corresponding angles |

C) Complimentary angles | D) Alternate angles |

Explanation:

**Complimentary angles** are those two angles whose sum is 90 whereas two angles whose sum is 180 are called Supplementary angles.

A) 201 | B) 205 |

C) 211 | D) 203 |

Explanation:

From the trial and error method of division,

201 is divisible by 3

205 is divisible by 5

203 is divisible by 7

Hence, after eliminating three options, remained is 211 and is divisible by only 1 and itself.

Therefore, 211 is the smallest prime number greater than 200.

A) A point has no dimension and a line has one dimension. | B) A line can have line segments on it whereas a point cannot be on any line segment. |

C) point is a location whereas a line has several planes located on it | D) A line can lie on a plane whereas a point cannot lie on a plane. |

Explanation:

A point has no dimension and a line has one dimension is the statement that best compares a line and a point.

A) 910 | B) 90 |

C) 91 | D) 100 |

Explanation:

9 tens 10 ones equals

=> 9 x 10 + 10 x 1

=> 90 + 10

=> 100.

A) 28 | B) 2 |

C) 2800 | D) 280 |

Explanation:

Here asked for the value of 28 tens

=> 28 x 10 = 280.

A) 2 | B) 6 |

C) 4 | D) 8 |

Explanation:

A square and a rectangle each have 4 right (90 deg) angles.

Both square and rctangle have 4 sides and 4 angles, but the only difference is square is a rectangle with all sides equal.

A) Volume | B) Area |

C) Mass | D) Perimeter |

Explanation:

The distance around a shape or figure I called Perimeter. A perimeter is a path that surrounds a two-dimensional shape.

A) What type of interest your account earns | B) How often your interest is calculated and added back into your account |

C) What interest rate you can expect from your account | D) How easily you can add money into your account |

Explanation:

**Compounding frequency :**

The time periods when interest will be calculated on top of the original loan amount** (or)** The number of compounding periods in one year.

The greater the compounding frequency, the more often your interest is calculated and added back into your account.