# Score 25+ in CTET with Mathematics Questions | Lets Do Practice Now

**Q1. Misconceptions are incorrect understanding of mathematical concepts. How can a teacher help her students with their misconceptions?**

By observing their work and talking to them to know their understanding

By suggesting some good books for practice

By demonstrating more examples of correct procedures followed by revision

By not interfering at all as children will learn eventually

**Q2. When children were asked to compare fractions, a student compared only the numerators and considered the one having larger numerator as the larger fraction. This suggests that the child**

Is irresponsible

Does not know the concept of fractions

Has not practiced well

Has not understood the idea of magnitude of fractions

**Q3. A good strategy to help students with their misconceptions can be**

Demonstration of correct procedure

Encouraging practice and drill

Giving non-examples

Posing questions

**Q4. When teaching addition of fractions, a teacher came across the following error**

What remedial action can the teacher take in such a situation?

What remedial action can the teacher take in such a situation?

Suggest lots of books to practice

Help children understood the need to make the denominators equal

The child will, eventually, learn the idea; so, there’s no need to intervene

Ask the parents to give more attention on child’s education

**Q5. A common error that we often encounter when children are asked to add two fractions is: they add the numerator with the numerator and denominator with the denominator. What could be a possible reason for such a misconception ?**

Lack of understanding of the teacher

Lack of attention

Prior understandings of children related to adding whole numbers

Non-availability of teaching–learning material

**Q6. The area of a right angled triangle ABC, right angled at B, is 46 sq units. A median is drawn from A to BC which intersects at D. Find the area (in sq. units) of triangle ABD.**

12

23

46

88

**Q7. X and Y give an exam. Difference of their marks is 45 and the difference of their marks is 15% of the maximum marks. What is the maximum marks for the exam?**

180

450

150

300

**Q8. If P : Q : R = 6 : 7 : 8 and R : S = 3 : 5, then what is P : S?**

18 : 25

9 : 20

11 : 24

16 : 45

**Q9. In what ratio must a mixture of 11% sugar strength be mixed with that of 25% sugar strength so as to get a new mixture of 13% sugar strength?**

5 : 1

6 : 1

7 : 2

10 : 3

**Q10. What is the average of 90, 250, 240, 204, and 616?**

280

210

230

255

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