# Concept of Money

## Trending Questions

**Q.**

₹27 = ____ coins of ₹5 + 6 coins of ₹2

3

2

7

5

**Q.**

Sheila has 8 two hundred rupee notes, 11 five - rupee coins, 6 two - rupee coins and 14 one - rupee coins. How much money does she have?

₹4, 200

₹ 1, 000

₹ 1, 681

₹ 2, 080

**Q.**

A pen costs ₹ 45 and a pencil box costs ₹ 150. How much money will we need to buy 4 pens and 5 pencil boxes ?

₹ 1755

₹ 950

₹ 930

₹ 1800

**Q.**

Cost of 25 balloons is ₹ 131.25. Find the cost of 10 balloons.

₹ 5.25

₹ 52.50

₹ 150.50

₹ 525.50

**Q.**

Cost of 5 pens is ₹125, find the cost of each pen.

₹10

₹60

₹25

₹16

**Q.**

By how much amount is the value of 15 two hundred rupee notes less than the value of 9 five hundred rupee notes?

₹ 1500

₹ 500

₹ 1000

₹ 1200

**Q.**

Cost of one piece of cake is ₹ 40. Find the cost of 8 such pieces.

₹ 325

₹ 400

₹ 320

₹ 500

**Q.**

A score of oranges cost ₹ 130. Find the cost of 30 oranges.

₹ 1300

₹ 100

₹ 65

₹ 195

**Q.**

For relief work, three states contributed ₹15, 39, 472 , ₹28, 86, 922 and ₹37, 29, 500 respectively. Find the total money collected.

₹81, 25, 894

₹81, 55, 894

₹81, 55, 900

₹81, 55, 890

**Q.**

A notebook costs ₹ 42.25 and a pencil costs ₹ 3.50. If Heena buys 4 notebooks and 3 pencils, what is the total cost?

₹ 600.00

₹ 200.30

₹ 179.50

₹100.00

**Q.**Cost of 1 kg tomato and 1 kg onion are ₹80 and ₹22, respectively. How much will Ramu pay for 34kg tomato and 212kg onion ?

- ₹124
- ₹106
- ₹102
- ₹115

**Q.**

**Question 4**

If there are 50 mangoes in a box, how will you write the total number of mangoes in terms of the number of boxes? (Use b for the number of boxes.)

**Q.**

___ is used to refer to the study of money.

Computer Science

Economics

Accounting

Medicine

**Q.**

- Computer science
- Economics
- Accounting
- Medicine

**Q.**

Cost of a bottle of oil is ₹17.50. Find the cost of 8 such oil bottles.

₹120

₹140

₹130

₹100

**Q.**

The cost of one article is ₹ 121.50. How much money will I need to buy two dozen of such articles ?

₹ 1500

₹ 1458

₹ 2916

₹ 3916

**Q.**

Why can't we exchange Monopoly money for buying goods in a shop?

It has some value associated with it

It is perishable

It is very expensive

Monopoly money does not have any value

**Q.**Elizabeth buys 3.37 kg of apples and 1.24 kg of oranges. The total weight of her purchase is

- 4.61 kg
- 4.51 kg
- 5.41 kg
- 5.51 kg

**Q.**

An article costs ₹ 8500. Shilpa has ₹25000. How much more money will she require to buy 3 of such articles?

₹ 8500

₹ 400

₹ 8000

₹ 500

**Q.**Rani took a loan of ₹20, 000 from the bank. She paid ₹1000 per month for 2 years. How much did she pay totally?

- ₹22, 000
- ₹24, 000
- ₹20, 000
- ₹26, 000

**Q.**

My Scooter cost ₹ 50, 325 and my friend's scooter costs ₹ 35, 875. What is the total cost of both the scooters?

₹86, 200

₹86, 100

₹86, 500

₹86, 400

**Q.**

The money collected by a school for earthquake victims was $\u20b9550$ per student. If $1208$ students donated, how much money was collected? What are the values that the school is trying to inculcate in the students?

**Q.**

Nandini’s house is km from her school. She walked some distance and then took a bus for km to reach the school. How far did she walk?

**Q.**

A/An ____ is someone who helps manage your money.

Engineer

Teacher

Accountant

Doctor

**Q.**

1 Thousand = ____ Hundreds

100

10

20

50

**Q.**

Which expression could be used to find the cost of buying c cricket balls at ₹95 each and g cricket gloves at ₹248 each ?

$95c+248g$

$c+g$

$95+248$

$95c\xf7248g$

**Q.**

Marshel has ₹ 2, 00, 000 in his bank account. He decided to buy a bike worth ₹ 68, 524 and pays for it. On the same day, his friend transfers ₹ 44, 408 to his account.

Calculate the balance in his account.

₹ 1, 75, 884

₹ 1, 75, 784

₹. 2, 75, 884

₹ 1, 35, 884

**Q.**

$10$crore $=$__ __ thousands

**Q.**

The cost of $50bagsofdal$each weighing of $25kg$is $\u20b920,000$ What is the cost of $75bagsofdal$

**Q.**_________ defined economics as "Science which deals with wealth".

- J.B. Say
- Robbins
- A.C. Pigou
- Alfred Marshall