 # Practice - Counting and Number Recognition - 01

Hello super smart mathematician! Are you ready to show off your amazing skills in counting and number recognition? This fun and exciting quiz will challenge your knowledge while helping you practise your maths skills. So put on your thinking cap and get cracking! Remember, every question is a chance to learn something new. On your marks, get set, Maths!
1.
How many pence are there in one pound?
100
50
200
500
There are 100 pence in a pound.
2.
What number comes immediately after 89?
90
88
85
91
The number that comes next after 89 is 90.
3.
What fraction of a pound is 50 pence?
12
14
13
23
50 pence is half of a pound, so the answer is 12.
4.
What is 5 multiplied by 12?
50
60
70
80
5 multiplied by 12 is 60.
5.
What is half of 60?
15
30
20
25
Half of 60 is 30.
6.
Which of these is the biggest number?
100
1,000
10,000
100,000
100,000 is the biggest number.
7.
What weighs more, 100 grams or 1 kilogram?
100 grams
1 kilogram
They weigh the same
It depends on the material
1 Kilogram is 1,000 grams so it weighs more than 100 grams.
8.
What is 12
2
1
0
11
1 squared (or 1 multiplied by itself) is 1.
9.
What is the sum of 32 and 15?
47
45
42
50
32 + 15 equals 47.
10.
Which is the smallest number, -5 or 5?
-5
5
They are equal
It's impossible to tell
-5 is smaller than 5.
Author:  Graeme Haw 