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# Practice - Counting and Number Recognition - 10

Hello young mathematician! This quiz is full of fun and exciting questions about counting and number recognition. It's designed specially for young ones like you, who truly enjoy learning new things about numbers. Let's jump in and see if you can get all 10 questions right. Remember, it's all about trying your best. So, are you ready? Let's get started!
Question 1
Which of these is even number?
1
5
3
2
2 is an even number because it can be evenly divided by 2.
Question 2
Which digits represent the number twelve?
21
12
2
20
The number twelve is written as 12. The option 21 is a reflection of 12.
Question 3
Which number is greater, 18 or 13?
18
13
They are equal
Cannot be determined
The number 18 is greater than 13.
Question 4
Ten minus three equals…
7
8
6
10
When you subtract 3 from 10, you are left with 7.
Question 5
What is half of 10?
5
3
7
2
Half of 10 is 5.
Question 6
Which of these represents zero?
1
10
0
100
Zero is represented by 0.
Question 7
How many pennies are there in 1 pound?
10
100
50
1000
1 pound is equivalent to 100 pennies.
Question 8
If you have 5 apples and you add 2 more, how many do you have?
6
8
7
5
If you add 2 apples to 5 apples, you will have 7 apples.
Question 9
Which number comes next after 15?
16
17
14
15
The number 16 comes directly after 15.
Question 10
How many edges does a triangle have?
4
5
3
6
A triangle has three edges.
Author:  Graeme Haw