**1. Charu simplified the given rational number -30/-40 = – 3/4. This error can be considered as-**

A. procedural error

B. error due to wrong interpretation of problem

C. careless error

**D. conceptual error**

**2. ” Data handling” at upper primary stage focuses on**–

A. data organization only

B. techniques of data collection

**C. data collection, organization and interpretation**

D. data interpretation only

**3. Which one of the following is not a Problem Solving Strategy in Mathematics?**

A. solving backwards

**B. rote learning**

C. trial and error

D. drawing

**4. According to Piaget, when the child is at formal operational stage, it is appropriate to introduce-**

A. numbers

B. geometry

C. ratio and proportion

**D. data handling**

**5. Which one of the following is not a Mathematical process?**

**A. memorization**

B. measurement

C. visualization

D. estimation

**6. Which one of the following statements is correct?**

A. sum of two prime numbers is always a prime number

B. ‘1’ is the smallest prime number

**C. a composite number can be odd**

D. there is no even prime number

**7. As per NCF 2005, the goal of mathematics teaching in school curriculum is that children learn ‘Important Mathematics’. Important Mathematics implies-**

**A. understanding appropriate use of learnt mathematical techniques**

B. knowing mathematical procedures and algorithms

C. verifying geometrical theorems in Maths Lab

D. solving mathematical games and puzzles

**8. A learner exhibiting difficulty in sorting, recognizing patterns, orienting numbers and shapes, telling time and measurement may have dyscalculia with difficulty in –**

A. language processing

B. visual memory

C. visual motor coordination

**D. visual spatial skills**

**9. Read the following question from class VI textbook: ” Write a pair of integers whose sum gives a negative integer”.**

**The above question refers to-**

A. reflective question

**B. open-ended question**

C. close-ended question

D. multi- disciplinary question

**10. Learning Mathematics at upper primary level is about-**

**A. gaining understanding of mathematical concepts and their applications in solving problems logically**

B. learning lots of new formulas and algorithms

C. learning problem solving techniques only

D. remembering solutions or methods of various types of mathematical problems