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# Practice - Counting and Number Recognition - 07

Hey young mathematician! Ready to put your number-counting and recognition skills to the test? This quiz has 10 questions specially designed for KS2 students. So count those fingers, clear your mind, and get set to dive headfirst into the world of numbers. Don't worry, you won't need a calculator for this - just your brain! Let's start the number crunching fun!
1.
What is half of 34?
27
17
14
20
Half of 34 is 17. You get this by dividing 34 by 2.
2.
How many 5p coins make up £1?
15
30
20
25
£1 is made up of 100 pence and since each coin is worth 5p, you would need 20 coins to make £1 (100 ÷ 5 = 20).
3.
Freddie picked 5 apples, Mia picked 8 apples, and Tom picked 9 apples. How many apples did they pick altogether?
15
20
22
30
If you add up the apples that Freddie, Mia, and Tom picked (5 + 8 + 9), you'll find that they picked 22 apples in total.
4.
What is the number 2,007 when written in words?
Two thousand and seven
Two zero zero seven
Two hundred and seven
Twenty zero seven
The number 2,007 is written in words as 'two thousand and seven'.
5.
What is the number 3.05 when written in words?
Three pointer five
Three point five
Three point zero five
Three point fifty
3.05 is read as 'three point zero five', not 'three point five'.
6.
What number is represented in Roman numerals as XL?
40
50
60
70
In Roman numerals, 'X' is 10 and 'L' is 50. When a smaller number appears in front of a larger number, it is subtracted. So XL is 40.
7.
What number comes next in the sequence: 10, 20, 30, 40, ?
50
45
60
55
This is a series that increases by 10 each time. So the number after 40 would be 50.
8.
Which of these is an even number?
13
29
35
42
Even numbers are divisible by 2. Among the choices, only 42 is an even number since it can be divided by 2 without leaving a remainder.
9.
What number is next: 98, 88, 78, 68, ?
50
58
60
70
Each number in this series is decreasing by 10, so the next number after 68 would be 58.
10.
In 123, which number is the numerator?
3
2
1
23
In a fraction, the number on top is called the numerator. So, in this case, it's 2.
Author:  Graeme Haw