 # Practice - Counting and Number Recognition - 04

Hello, young mathematicians! Ready to show off your number skills? We've got a fun and exciting quiz all about counting and number recognition. The questions will test your counting abilities, understanding of number sequences, and your awesome number recognition skills. Ten questions are waiting for you - remember, practise makes perfect! Let's begin!
1.
If an object weighs 200g, how many kg does it weigh?
0.2kg
2kg
20kg
200kg
We know that 1,000g is equal to 1kg, so 200g is equal to 0.2kg.
2.
Which of these is the correct Roman numeral for 50?
L
X
M
V
L is the Roman numeral for 50.
3.
What is the value of the digit 4 in the number 840?
40
4
400
4,000
The place value of 4 in the number 840 is tens. So, its value is 40.
4.
Which of these is a prime number? 6, 8, 7, 10
6
8
7
10
A prime number is only divisible by 1 and itself. The only prime number from the options is 7.
5.
Which number is the greatest?
500
800
750
650
800 is the greatest number among the options.
6.
What is 12 of 10?
2
3
4
5
12 of 10 is 5.
7.
What is 150 divided by 50?
2
3
4
5
The result when 150 is divided by 50 is 3.
8.
If Tammy has 3 £2 coins. How much money does she have in total?
£4
£5
£6
£8
If Tammy has 3 £2 coins, she has £2 + £2 + £2, which equals £6.
9.
What comes next in this sequence: 5, 10, 15, ...?
18
20
25
30
The pattern is increasing by 5 each time, so the next number is 20.
10.
What is the difference between the largest and the smallest number that can be made using the digits 1, 2 and 3 once each.
198
108
210
100
The largest number that can be made is 321 and the smallest is 123. The difference between these two numbers is 198.
Author:  Graeme Haw 