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IPS Question paper with answers 
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Re: IPS Question paper with answers
Here I am giving you question paper for Indian Police Service examination of UPSC in a file attached with it so you can get it easily. Lucy goes to a Holiday Club every weekday for five weeks during the holidays. She pays £0.60 each time she goes. How much does she pay in total during the holiday? £ _________ Q 4. Mrs Whiting bought 144 “lucky bags” for the Brownies Christmas party. They come packed in boxes of 16. How many boxes of “lucky bags” did Mrs Whiting buy? ________ 5 8 cm Yvonne spends x pounds each day on her lunch at school. She spends y pounds each week on a bus pass to get her to and from school How much does Yvonne spend altogether in 6 weeks? Place a cross in the appropriate box. A. 30y + 30x B. 6x + 6y C. 30y + 6x D. 6y + 42x E. 30x + 6y Q 3. This is a magic square. All the columns, rows and diagonals add up to 30. Several numbers have been missed out. 15 cm 10 cm 6 cm Q 6. In a local sweet shop there 360 boxes of Belgian Chocolates. 48 are given away as prizes in a special Valentine’s prize drawer. 192 are sold to the public at £4.60 a box. How many boxes remain unsold? ________ Q 7. Alexander’s grandma is 5 times as old as Alexander was 3 years ago. If Alexander’s grandma is 60, how old is Alexander? ________ Q 8. Q 9. Mr and Mrs Fitzgerald take their 3 children to a special pop concert. Tickets cost £7.00 each for adults. The price of a child’s ticket is half that of an adult’s. How much does it cost the family to visit the theme park? £ __________ This is Sandra’s function machine. ? subtract 16 divide by 7 6 What number did she start with? ________ ©Internet Primary School Ltd 2004. All copying of this material is prohibited. 2. This shape has been created using two identical isosceles triangles. What is the angle at point B ? ________ ° B This spinner has an equal chance of landing on any of the numbers. What is the chance that it will come to rest on a number that is a multiple of 6? 32 30 46 20 16 72 Write your answer as a fraction in its lowest possible terms. ________ Q 11. Q 10. 6 70° : _ Q 12. 7 ©Internet Primary School Ltd 2004. All copying of this material is prohibited. Q 13. Colin has six 50 pence pieces, two 20 pence pieces, two ten pence pieces and five 5 pence pieces in her pocket. How much money does he have in total? £ __________ Q 14. Which one of the following numbers is a factor of 2, 5 and 6? Circle the appropriate answers. 20 35 40 55 60 Q 15. 3. Q 16. Q 17. This half term Martin has taken 7 tables tests. Here are his results out of 10: 8 5 9 4 6 4 8 What was his median score? ________ Q 18. 4.250 kg Roger places some weights on an electronic scale. He needs to make a total of 5.5 kg. Which two of the weights below should he choose to make up the weight to the correct amount? Circle the two appropriate letters. 
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