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### Quantitative Aptitude > Number System

## COMPUTATION OF WHOLE NUMBERS MCQs

### Whole Numbers

Total Questions : 46
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**1**of 5 pages**Answer: Option B. ->**16×5

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B

The area occupied byone sweet will be1×1=1 sq units and she has to arrange 90 sweetsin the box.

Minimum space needed by Ramya to arrange all the sweets is 90 sq units.

Except for 16×5 the size of all the boxes is 90 sq units.

16×5=80 sq units so she cannot arrange all the sweetsin this box.

**Answer: Option A. ->**True

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A

We get the predecessor of any number by reducing 1 from that number. The predecessor of 1 is 0 and 0 lies in the number systemof whole numbers.

**Answer: Option B. ->**Whole Number

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B

Product of any two whole numbers is always aWhole Number.

For eg: If we multiply two numbers say 5 and 7, 5×7=35, 35 is also a whole number.

**Answer: Option A. ->**True

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A

The sum of any two natural numbers is always greater than any of the addends individually.

For example. 4 + 5 = 9, 9is greater than 4 as well as5.

**Answer: Option A. ->**5

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A

The distance between any two consecutive numbers is 1 unit. So the distance between number 2 and 7 is 5 units.

**Answer: Option A. ->**Line Segment

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A

In this hypothetical universe, each number is represented by dots such that the number of dots in that universe corresponds to the value of the number it represents in this universe.

Hence, to represent two, we use two dots. When we join two dots by a straight line, we get a line segment and nothing else, as shown.

**Answer: Option A. ->**zero

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A

Whole numbers start with 0 and continue with counting numbers{1, 2, 3, .....}. Numbers{1, 2, 3, ....} are natural numbers so if we include 0 with natural numbers they formthe setof whole numbers.

**Answer: Option D. ->**Natural Number

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D

When we add any two natural numbers, the answer is always a natural number.

For example: Take any two natural numbers say 5 and 7. Add them 5 + 7 = 12, 12 is also a natural number.