# CTET Scoring Mathematics Questions | Important Study Material

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**Q1. Which one of the following is not a Mathematical process?**

(a) Memorization

(b) Measurement

(c) Visualization

(d) Estimation

**Q2. According to NCF 2005, in school Mathematics takes place in a situation where**

(a) children are listeners and the teacher is an active narrator

(b) children are involved in chorus drill of formulae and pressure of performance in examination

(c) Mathematics is part of children’s life experience

(d) children are forced to learn all concepts by daily practice

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**3. In class VI, teacher gave a topic for debate as Formative Assessment (FA) task.**

“Hindu-Arabic numerals are more powerful than Roman Numerals."

Objective of this FA activity is to assess

“Hindu-Arabic numerals are more powerful than Roman Numerals."

Objective of this FA activity is to assess

(a) creativity

(b) understanding

(c) knowledge

(d) analysis

**Q4. In a Mathematics classroom, emphasis is placed on**

(a) problem solving strategies

(b) mathematical algorithms and processes

(c) mathematical content

(d) mathematical content, process and reasoning

Q5. A teacher gives the following problem related to ‘discount’ to the students for solving. “The Marked Prices (MP) of a shirt and sweater are Rs. 200 and Rs. 300 respectively and the discounts on the marked prices of shirt and sweater are 20% and 12%, respectively. While preparing the bill, the shopkeeper interchanged the discounts on these items by mistake. On getting the bill, Hamida noticed the mistake and paid the actual amount to the shopkeeper. How much money did Hamida pay to the shopkeeper?”

What value does the teacher try to promote through this problem?

Q5. A teacher gives the following problem related to ‘discount’ to the students for solving. “The Marked Prices (MP) of a shirt and sweater are Rs. 200 and Rs. 300 respectively and the discounts on the marked prices of shirt and sweater are 20% and 12%, respectively. While preparing the bill, the shopkeeper interchanged the discounts on these items by mistake. On getting the bill, Hamida noticed the mistake and paid the actual amount to the shopkeeper. How much money did Hamida pay to the shopkeeper?”

What value does the teacher try to promote through this problem?

(a) Co-operation

(b) Sympathy

(c) Compassion

(d) Honesty

(a) 1/72

(b) 2/63

(c) 3/70

(d) 1/56

**Q7. The additive inverse of S, where S = 1 – 2 + 3 – 4 + 5 – 6 + 7 – 8 + ……… + 49 – 50, is**

(a) –25

(b) 1

(c) 0

(d) 25

**Q8. If a = 3¹²⁹ × 5¹²⁸ × 7²², b = 3¹²⁸ × 5¹²⁹ × 7²¹, c = 3¹²⁷ × 5¹²⁹ × 7²³ and d = 3¹²⁷ × 5¹²⁸ × 7²⁴, then HCF of a, b, c and d is**

(a) 3¹²⁸ × 5¹²⁹ × 7²¹

(b) 3¹²⁷ × 5¹²⁸ × 7²¹

(c) 3¹²⁷ × 5¹²⁸ × 7²²

(d) 3¹²⁸ × 5¹²⁸ × 7²¹

(a) –270

(b) 230

(c) –230

(d) –529

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