# CTET Dec 2018 Paper 1 Mathematics Questions Previous Paper Part 2

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48. If one small square in the grid is of area 4 sq. units, what is the perimeter of the rectangle drawn on the grid?

A. 8 units

B. 24 units

C. 12 units

D. 32 units

51. If Red part in the following pie chart is 40. What is white part?

A. 10

B. 12

C. 20

D. 5

56. What sequence of the following instructions should be followed in development of a mathematical concept in elementary classes?

I. Drawing pictures

II. Using symbolic representation

III. Providing experiences

IV. Explaining through language

A. III, IV, I, II

B. IV, III, II, I

C. III, I, II, IV

D. IV, III, I, II

57. A child subtracted two numbers as shown below:

Which one of the following statements gives idea about the child՚s learning of subtraction?

A. The child does not know how to subtract.

B. The child knows the process of subtraction of two-digit numbers.

C. It is a mistake and it can be rectified by repeated practice.

D. The child has misconceptions about place value in the process of subtraction.

58. Arrange the following steps of cycle of learning and assessment in order:

I. Teaching-learning integrated with assessment

II. planning and organization of teaching-learning and assessment

III. Developing progress s

IV. ing and communicating feedback of children՚s learning and progress

A. I, II, IV, III

B. IV, I, II, III

C. II, IV, I, III

D. II, I, III, IV

59. Why are Roman numerals not commonly used in writing numbers like the Hindu-Arabic numerals?

A. Roman numerals are difficult to remember.

B. The formation of numbers using Roman numerals is a complicated task.

C. Children get confused with the English alphabet and Roman numerals.

D. The Roman numerals do not employ place value, so calculations are difficult to perform using these numerals.

60. A teacher encourages the children in her class to explain the physical properties of the objects around them in their own words.

What is the most appropriate objective of the teacher to do such an activity with her students?

A. Children enjoy explaining the objects in their own language like they enjoy playing dumb charades.

B. It makes the children abserve the physical properties of an object informally which deepens their understanding about shapes.

C. It is a useful activity which introduces a child to the shapes.

D. It is very interesting activity which can be performed in the free time for revisiting the concept of shapes.

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