Find the product using suitable properties:

(a) 738 x 103

(b) 854 x 102

(c) 258 x 1008

(d) 1005 x 168

See the figure and find the ratio of:

(a)Number of triangles to the number of circles inside the rectangle.

(b)Number of squares to all the figures inside the rectangle.

(c)Number of circles to all the figures inside the rectangle.

Express as rupees using decimals:

(a) 5 paise

(b) 75 paise

(c) 20 paise

(d) 50 rupees 90 paise

(e) 725 paise

.Find the areas of the following figures by counting squares:

Gandhiji strongly believed that every adult in India should be giventhe right to vote. However, a few people don’t share his views.

Theyfeel that illiterate people, who are mainly poor, should not be giventhe right to vote. What do you think? Do you think this would be aform

of discrimination? Give five points to support your view andshare these with the class.

In the following illustration, fill in each tier with the judgments given by the various courts in the SudhaGoel case. Check your responses with others in class.

What numbers can you make using 3,5 and 7? You can make 357 and 537. What others?

Find the product using suitable properties:

(a) 738 x 103

(b) 854 x 102

(c) 258 x 1008

(d) 1005 x 168

See the figure and find the ratio of:

(a)Number of triangles to the number of circles inside the rectangle.

(b)Number of squares to all the figures inside the rectangle.

(c)Number of circles to all the figures inside the rectangle.

Express as rupees using decimals:

(a) 5 paise

(b) 75 paise

(c) 20 paise

(d) 50 rupees 90 paise

(e) 725 paise

10 advantages and disadvantages of light

.Find the areas of the following figures by counting squares:

Gandhiji strongly believed that every adult in India should be giventhe right to vote. However, a few people don’t share his views.

Theyfeel that illiterate people, who are mainly poor, should not be giventhe right to vote. What do you think? Do you think this would be aform

of discrimination? Give five points to support your view andshare these with the class.

In the following illustration, fill in each tier with the judgments given by the various courts in the SudhaGoel case. Check your responses with others in class.