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CTET Paper 1 Maths Dec 2021 – 06-01-2022 Previous Year Question Paper हिन्दी Explanation – 30 MCQs

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CTET Paper 1 Maths Dec 2021 - 06-01-2022 Previous Year Question Paper हिन्दी Explanation - 30 MCQs

Answer to the question – 00:00 – Introduction

Answer to the question – 00:48 – How many hundreds are there in 25347?
300
253
2534
25300

Answer to the question – 01:18 – I am a 2-digit odd number and greater than 24 × 4
My ones and tens digits are equal.
What number am I?

87
88
97
99

Answer to the question – 02:16 – What is the difference of the place values of two 7s in the number 276875?
69993
699730
699970
69930

Answer to the question – 03:03 – The product of 0.013 and 0.07 is equal to
0.00091
0.0091
0.000091
0.091

Answer to the question – 03:46 – Read the data given in following table and select the correct statement:
The drink liked by children – Number of children
Milk – 30
Coffee – 25
Tea – 35
Lemonade – 10

Children who like lemonade are 1/5th of the total number of children.
Children who like coffee are one-fourth of the total number of children.
The number of children who like tea is less than the number of children who like milk.
The number of children who like coffee is more than the number of children who like milk.

Answer to the question – 05:38 – What is the measure of the angle formed by the hands of the clock at 2’o clock?
30º
45º
60º
90º

Answer to the question – 06:34 – Bincy wants to spend least amount on purchasing decorative items. Which of the following she should select to spend the least amount?
16 dozen items at Rs. 18.50 each
170 packets at Rs. 21.50 each
12 dozen items at Rs. 25.00 each
220 packets at Rs. 16.50 each

Answer to the question – 08:26 – The table shows the change in the length of a plant (in cm) during different weeks.
Week – Length of the plant (in cm)
week 1 – 0.5
week 2 – 2.7
week 3 – 5.8
week 4 – 8.6
week 5 – 11.5

The length of the plant changes the most from _______

Week 1 to week 2
Week 2 to week 3
Week 3 to week 4
Week 4 to week 5

Answer to the question – 10:01 – Meeta and Bunty were counting the faces (surfaces) of various shapes. The number of faces in a cube, cylinder, cuboid and sphere respectively are:
8, 3, 8, 1
6, 4, 6, 1
8, 4, 8, 1
6, 3, 6, 1

Answer to the question – 11:31 – Which of the following fractions is less than 7/8 and greater than 1/3 ?
9/10
3/11
17/24
26/29

Answer to the question – 13:44 – The average heights of five friends is 150 cm. If the heights of 4 of these are 153 cm, 150 cm, 151 cm and 147 cm, then the height of the fifth friend is
148 cm
149 cm
150 cm
151 cm

Answer to the question – 15:19 – Team A scored 368 runs in first innings and 458 runs in second innings. Team B scored 395 runs in first innings and 439 runs in second innings. Which team won the match and by how many runs?
Team A, 18 runs
Team B, 18 runs
Team A, 8 runs
Team B, 8 runs

Answer to the question – 16:51 – A train departs from New Delhi Railway station at 5:30 on 28 September 2021 and reaches Chennai at 21:50 the next day. What is the travel time taken by the train?
40 hours 20 minutes
45 hours 10 minutes
42 hours 20 minutes
41 hours 30 minutes

Answer to the question – 18:50 – Identify a number, which is a multiple of 5 and 7 but not of 6, from the given options:
210
280
630
420

Answer to the question – 21:06 – Which of the following letters have both horizontal and vertical lines of symmetry?
E
T
H
Y

Answer to the question – 22:54 – Given below are two statements marked as Assertion(A) and Reason(R).
(A): A mathematics curriculum should be coherent.
(R): Students can see how the one mathematical idea connects with other, thus enabling them to develop new understandings and skills.
Choose the correct option.

Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct reason of (A).
Both (A) and (R) are true but (R) is not the correct reason of (A).
(A) is true but (R) is false
(A) is false but (R) is true

Answer to the question – 24:50 – Which of the following is an important feature of a constructivist classroom?
Students solving problems given in the textbook based on the example solved.
Teacher giving instructions to do an activity and students are repeating procedures explained by the teacher.
Students are asked to sort the different objects given to them according to their attributes like colour, shape, size, weight etc.
Students are busy copying questions that are solved on the blackboard in their notebooks.

Answer to the question – 27:07 – Which of the following is/are important feature/features of a primary class textbook?
(a) Concepts should be linked to the daily life experiences of children.
(b) Concepts should be explained using only mathematical language and symbols.
(c) Focus should be on solving problems using formal algorithms.
(d)The concepts should be introduced with concrete examples wherever possible.
Choose the correct option.

(a) and (c)
only (c)
(b) and (d)
(a) and (d)

Answer to the question – 30:02 – Which one of the following is NOT a part of primary school curriculum?
Tessellations
Fractions
Linear equations
Regular 2-D shapes

Answer to the question – 31:28 – Which of the following is NOT true about the Nature of Mathematics?
Mathematical concepts are arranged in a hierarchical manner
Mathematics is based on Inductive Reasoning
Mathematical concepts are abstract in nature
Mathematics has its own set of symbols, words and language

Answer to the question – 33:41 – When asked to write ‘six thousand and fifty’ in numerals, a student wrote the answer as ‘650’. Which of the following statements is most appropriate for the given context?
Student should be given 10 similar type of problems to solve.
The concept of base 10 and place value should be strengthened using concrete materials.
The teacher should give the right answer and move to the next question.
It’s a careless mistake, hence the teacher should not waste her time no such mistakes.

Answer to the question – 37:16 – Which of the following will enhance problem-solving abilities among learners?
Solving problems based on a solved examples given in the textbook.
Solving problems by representing mathematical situations/problems through pictures, symbols, drawings etc.
Solving problems given in a mental-math workbook.
Emphasizing on solving problems using formal algorithms.

Answer to the question – 40:00 – Which of the following concepts can be taught using Dienes Blocks?
Addition, Place Value, Subtraction
Addition, Place Value, Fractions
Addition, Subtraction, Volume
Place Value, Fractions, Shapes

Answer to the question – 42:47 – Raj Lakshmi was playing a game of marbles. She lost 6 marbles in the game and is now left with 8 marbles. With how many marbles did she start the game?
The above situation is

A contextual question on addition
A contextual question on subtraction
A contextual question on division
Not a contextual question

Answer to the question – 44:32 – The purpose of mathematical puzzles is to promote:
(a) Drill and Practice
(b) Interest in Mathematics.
(c) Problem solving skills
(d) Rigour in algorithms
Choose the correct option

(a) and (d)
only (d)
(b) and (c)
(a) and (c)

Answer to the question – 46:55 – There are five rules of Newman’s Error Analysis. They are given in random order.
(a) Comprehending the question
(b) Transformation to mathematical symbols
(c) Reading the question
(d) Interpreting the answer
(e) Performing mathematical procedures
Choose the option with the correct sequence.

(a), (c), (e), (b), (d)
(a), (a), (b), (e), (d)
(c), (a), (e), (d), (b)
(b), (a), (e), (d), (c)

Answer to the question – 49:03 – Which of the following is an example of an open-ended question?
List five whole numbers between 136 and 142
Sum of two numbers is 35. If one of the numbers is 16, what will be the other number?
The length and breadth of a rectangle are in the ratio 3 : 5. If the perimeter of the rectangle is 64 cm, find its length and breadth?
List four numbers which are greater than the numbers formed by 7 tens and 8 ones

Answer to the question – 51:19 – Which of the following can be included in a Summative Assessment?
Field trips
Peer Assessment
Term-End examination
Anecdotal Records

Answer to the question – 52:19 – When asked to multiply 45 by 5, a student adds 45 five times. Which of the following statements is most appropriate with respect to the given context?
The student does not have conceptual understanding of multiplication.
The strategy used by student reflects her creativity as she is able to extend the knowledge of addition in multiplication.
The strategy used by student cannot be used in written examination.
The use of formal algorithm for multiplication needs to be emphasized over the use of informal strategies.

Answer to the question – 54:55 – The National Curriculum Framework 2005 Position paper on Teaching Mathematics states, “Crude methods of assessment encourage perception of mathematics as mechanical computation.” Which of the following most appropriately explains the meaning of the given statement?
The nature of assessment in mathematics has led to mathematics being referred to as comprising of only procedures and computational skills required to solve a problem.
Only formative assessment methods should be a part of assessment in mathematics.
Computational Skills are important part of mathematics education hence should be taught through activities using concrete material.
Computational skills in mathematics are not required at primary level hence should be focused upon in higher classes.


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