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# Practice - Counting and Number Recognition - 05

Hello, bright minds! Get ready to challenge yourself with this fun maths quiz. We'll be playing with numbers through counting and recognition. So, put on your thinking caps, and let's see how number savvy you are. Remember, it's all about trying your best!
1.
What is the sum of the digits in the number 123?
5
6
7
8
The sum of the digits in the number 123 is 6. (1 + 2 + 3 = 6)
2.
If Adam has 2 pence and Beth has 5 pence, how much do they have altogether?
5 pence
6 pence
7 pence
8 pence
By adding Adam and Beth's money together (2p + 5p), they have 7 pence.
3.
How many sides does a hexagon have?
4
5
6
7
A hexagon has 6 sides.
4.
What is the square root of 64?
8
7
9
10
The square root of 64 is 8, since 8 x 8 equals 64.
5.
What is 34 of 64?
4
48
16
32
34 of 64 means 3 quarters (75%) of 64, which is 48.
6.
Which is the largest two-digit prime number?
89
91
97
99
97 is the largest two-digit prime number. Prime numbers only have two factors, 1 and the number itself.
7.
What is the product of 3 and 7?
10
21
24
31
The product of 3 and 7 is 21. In multiplication, the answer is called the product.
8.
What is 5 more than the number 10?
12
15
20
16
Adding 5 to 10 gives us 15.
9.
Which of the following numbers is an even number?
23
33
48
79
48 is an even number. Even numbers are divisible by 2.
10.
What does the Roman numeral 'XL' represent?
10
40
50
90
In Roman numerals, XL represents 40.
Author:  Graeme Haw