MCQ Questions for Class 7 Maths: Ch 1 Knowing Our Numbers

MCQ Questions for Class 7 Maths: Ch 1 Knowing Our Numbers

1. Which of the following is not a symbol to write Roman numerals?
(a) D
(b) V
(c) M
(d) N
► (d) N

2. Which pair has same digits at hundreds place?
(a) 4232, 4341
(b) 5432, 6922
(c) 6524, 7823
(d) 2334, 2340
► (d) 2334, 2340

3. Make the greatest four digit number by using any one digit twice by 3, 8, 7?
(a) 8378
(b) 8873
(c) 3387
(d) 7783
► (b) 8873

4. If we add 1 more to the greatest 2-digit number we get
(a) Smallest 4-digit number
(b) Smallest 6-digit number
(c) Smallest 3-digit number
(d) Smallest 5-digit number
► (c) Smallest 3-digit number

5. The smallest 5-digit number formed by using the digits 5,0,3,1 and 2 only once
(a) 10325
(b) 01235
(c) 10235
(d) 20135
► (c) 10235

6. Correct ascending order of 847, 9754, 8320, 571 is
(a) 9754, 847, 8320, 571
(b) 571, 847, 8320, 9754
(c) 571, 8320, 847, 9754
(d) 9754, 8320, 847, 571
► (b) 571, 847, 8320, 9754

7. Which of the following options is equal to MMMCCLXXV − MCCCXXIV?
(a) MLMCI
(b) MMCLI
(c) MCMLI
(d) MCMIL
► (c) MCMLI

8. One crore is similar to
(a) 10 hundreds
(b) 100 thousands
(c) 1000 lakhs
(d) 100 lakhs
► (d) 100 lakhs

9. If we add 1 more to the greatest 3-digit number we get
(a) Smallest 4-digit number
(b) Smallest 7-digit number
(c) Smallest 5-digit number
(d) Smallest 6-digit number
► (a) Smallest 4-digit number

10. Which of the following options is correct according to the rules of writing Roman numerals?
(a) DDXC
(b) MDCLXXI
(c) XDVII
(d) CLLVV
► (b) MDCLXXI

11. The least number that is divisible by all the numbers from 1 to 10 (both inclusive) is
(a) 10
(b) 100
(c) 504
(d) 2520
► (d) 2520

12. When 1 is subtracted from smallest 5-digit number, what is the result?
(a) Greatest 2-digit number
(b) Greatest 3-digit number
(c) Greatest 4-digit number
(d) Smallest 2-digit number
► (c) Greatest 4-digit number

13. Make the greatest and the smallest four digit number using any four-digit number with digit 5 always at thousand place.
(a) 5999, 5000
(b) 5789, 5120
(c) 5986, 5012
(d) 5987, 5012
► (a) 5999, 5000

14. Write the numeral for the number Nine crore five lakh forty one.
(a) 90500410
(b) 90500041
(c) 95000041
(d) None of these
► (b) 90500041

15. Which of the following is shown as a repetition of symbols to write Roman numerals?
(a) Multiplication
(b) Subtraction
(c) Addition
(d) Division
► (c) Addition

16. If we add 1 more to the greatest 5-digit number we get
(a) Smallest 5-digit number
(b) Smallest 4-digit number
(c) Smallest 3-digit number
(d) Smallest 6-digit number
► (d) Smallest 6-digit number

17. Which of the following options is written in the ascending order? 
(a) XCVII > XCCIV > DCCLXVIII > MDCLXII 
(b) MDCLXII < DCCLXVIII < XCCIV < XCVII 
(c) MDCLXII > DCCLXVIII > XCCIV > XCVII 
(d) XCVII < XCCIV < DCCLXVIII < MDCLXII
► (d) XCVII < XCCIV < DCCLXVIII < MDCLXII

18. Which of the following is the Roman numeral for the number 2765?
(a) MMDCCXLV
(b) MMDCXLXV
(c) MMDCCLXV
(d) MMCDCLXV
► (c) MMDCCLXV

19. What is the place value of 8 in the number 86,93,04,600?
(a) Eight crores
(b) Eighty crores
(c) Crores
(d) Eighty six crores
► (b) Eighty crores

20. Make the greatest four digit number by using any one digit twice by 0, 4, 9?
(a) 9404
(b) 9440
(c) 9940
(d) 9400
► (c) 9940

21. The smallest 8 digit number is called
(a) Ten lakh
(b) One lakh
(c) Ten crore
(d) One crore
► (d) One crore

22. Which of the following options is true? 
(a) XCVIII > MCVIII 
(b) DCVIII < MCVIII 
(c) DCVIII = MCVIII 
(d) XCVIII < LXXXVII
► (b) DCVIII < MCVIII 

23. Write the greatest 4-digit number using different digits with 6 in the tens place.
(a) 9876
(b) 9867
(c) 9687
(d) 6987
► (b) 9867

24. Expand the number 345600.
(a) Three lakh six hundred
(b) Forty-five thousand six hundred
(c) Three lakh forty-five thousand
(d) Three lakh forty-five thousand six hundred
► (d) Three lakh forty-five thousand six hundred

25. Which of the following is the greatest?
(a) 7212
(b) 7122
(c) 7211
(d) 7221
► (d) 7221
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