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# Practice - Counting and Number Recognition - 08

Hello, young mathematicians! Welcome to this exciting quiz on counting and number recognition. This is your chance to show off your skills and have a bit of fun along the way. The quiz contains 10 mystery maths problems to solve. Don't worry if you find some questions tricky, just give it your best shot. And remember, practise makes perfect. So, are you ready? Let's get started!
1.
If a basket has 7 oranges and I add 3 more, how many oranges will there be?
10
7
8
9
Adding 3 to 7, we get the total of 10 oranges.
2.
What is 12 of £8?
£2
£4
£6
£8
12 of £8 is £4.
3.
Which number comes immediately after 56?
55
57
56
58
The number that comes next after 56 is 57.
4.
What is the difference between 10 and 7?
2
3
4
5
The difference between 10 and 7 is 3.
5.
Which number is the even number?
31
53
36
67
The even number is 36. Even numbers can be divided evenly by 2.
6.
What is the missing number: 5, 10, 15, 20, __ , 30?
25
28
26
22
The pattern is increasing by 5, so the missing number is 25.
7.
What is the total liquid measure of two 250ml juice bottles?
350ml
450ml
550ml
500ml
250ml + 250ml = 500ml.
8.
Which number is greater, 99 or 100?
99
100
Both are equal
It's impossible to tell
100 is greater than 99.
9.
Which of the following numbers represents 'twenty-five'?
205
250
25
52
'Twenty-five' is represented as 25.
10.
What is 3 multiplied by 3?
6
9
12
15
3 multiplied by 3 equals 9.
Author:  Graeme Haw