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# Practice - Counting and Number Recognition - 06

Welcome to our fun-filled maths quiz! This clever quiz will not only test your number recognition and counting skills but also take you on a delightful journey through the world of numbers. Are you ready to identify numbers, count items, and explore intriguing patterns? Let your brains start buzzing, it's time to get counting! We wish you the best of luck!
1.
If you have five apples and eat two, how many do you have left?
2
3
4
5
After eating two out of five apples, you're left with three apples.
2.
If you add one to the number nine, what do you get?
9
10
11
12
Nine plus one equals ten.
3.
Which of these is the number forty-five?
25
40
45
50
Forty-five is written as 45.
4.
If you were counting in fives, which of these numbers would you say?
12
15
17
20
If we're counting in multiples of five we'd say 5, 10, 15, 20, and so on. So 15 is a correct answer.
5.
What is the number nine in Roman numerals?
V
X
IX
VI
In Roman numerals, nine is written as IX.
6.
What number does 'sixteen' represent?
6
16
60
66
Sixteen is represented by the number 16.
7.
If you have two 50p coins, how many pence do you have in total?
70p
100p
150p
200p
Each 50p coin is equal to 50 pence. Therefore, 2 x 50p is equal to 100p.
8.
What comes next after one hundred in counting?
99
100
101
110
After one hundred comes one hundred and one.
9.
What comes next in this number series: 2, 4, 6, 8, ...?
5
9
10
12
In this series, we are counting in twos. The next number is 10.
10.
Which fraction represents half?
23
22
12
34
Half is represented by the fraction 12.
Author:  Graeme Haw