 # Practice - Counting and Number Recognition - 10

Hello bright minds! Are you ready to champion today's maths quiz? We'll be diving into the exciting world of counting and number recognition. You may need to count forwards and backwards, spot some patterns, and unravel a few number mysteries. So get your thinking caps on, and let's sieve all the right answers!
1.
In the number 25, what digit represents the 'tens' place?
5
2
0
None of the above
In the number 25, the digit '2' is in the tens place.
2.
What number comes in between 50 and 52?
51
53
49
54
The number in between 50 and 52 is 51.
3.
If there are 8 grapes in one bunch, how many grapes are there in 7 bunches?
50
56
45
60
By multiplying 8 (grapes in one bunch) by 7 (number of bunches), we get 56 grapes.
4.
What is the next number in this sequence: 5, 10, 15, 20, ...?
30
35
25
40
The pattern is increasing by 5, so the next number is 25.
5.
Which number is greater: 499 or 490?
499
490
Both are equal
Can't be determined
The number 499 is greater than 490.
6.
30 is an even number. True or False?
True
False
Cannot be determined
None of the above
An even number is any integer that can be divided evenly by 2. 30 can be divided evenly by 2, so it is an even number.
7.
You have 34 of a cake. Your friend gives you another 14 of the same cake. How much cake do you have now?
12
1 cake
14
2 cakes
Adding 34 and 14 gives you a full cake, which is 1.
8.
If you start at 5 and count by fives, what would the 5th number you say be?
15
25
10
5
By counting in fives from number five, the fifth number is 25.
9.
How many 5s are there in 100?
10
11
20
19
100 divided by 5 = 20
10.
What is the two-digit number where the tens and ones are the same and add up to 8?
48
84
44
88
The two-digit number where both tens and ones are the same, and add up to 8 is the number 44.
Author:  Graeme Haw 