# MATHS Q&A ASKED FROM 2013 TO 2019 TNPSC EXAMS BY SURESH IAS ACADEMY

MATHS Q&A ASKED FROM 2013 TO 2019 TNPSC EXAMS BY  SURESH IAS ACADEMY

For the TNPSC exam, the question book banks are taken from the previous year question papers available from the year 2013 to 2019. The questions which we are given you by SURESH IAS ACADEMY they are free from cost.

The questions that we are given to you are only maths questions, for this TNPSC examination. Make use of these notes in a useful manner so that you can clear the examination in a successful manner.

Maths is very important for all the examination practice is a must for the maths exams otherwise we can not achieve our goal. Day by day if you practice these questions it is more than enough you to clear the exams. The question which we are given you is the most important questions that is taken from the year 2013 to 2019 exams.

Candidate should follow entire book bank questions throughout. These questions are the best reference for this TNPSC examination. These questions attached in a single pdf. Make use of it. These questions & answers were useful for you to share with your friends and family.

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IMPORTANT POINTS TO REMEMBER

Length

To apply the four operations in problem-solving involving length. In introduction day to day life, we are measuring many small things by standard and nonstandard units.

But how can we measure the distance? Chennai 170kilometer Trichy 100 kilometers Madurai 210 kilometer

The measuring units are used to calculate the length and distance.

I am measuring. I would like to measure the following:
1. What is the length of the table?
2. How tall am I?
3. How far is my high school from my home?
4. How do I measure it?
5. What kind of measurements are they?
Ponni explained about to her how long things are, how tall they are, or how far apart they might be. These are all examples of length. Measuring, you should know the following measurements: Millimeter (mm):

Millimetres is the smaller unit of length.

A millimetre is about the thickness of a plastic id card (or Debit/ credit card).  This is a very small measurement! S.no Name of the object Thickness in millimetres 01 Cell phone 02 Maths Book 03 Eraser b. Centimetre: 10 millimetres (mm) is equal to 1 centimetre = 10 millimetres A fingernail is about one centimetre (cm) wide.  But measure the length of the football field, it is better to use meters. Measuring, could you please mark 5 millimetres in the scale? Children you please help to measure.

c. Meter

A meter is equal to 100 centimetres (cm). The length of this guitar is about 1 meter used to measure the length of a house or the size of a playground. One meter approximately the length from your shoulder to your fingertips. Meter is approximately the distance of one large step or jump. The measuring tape has centimetres (cm) & meter units marked on it.

d. Kilometer

When you need to get from one place to another, you can measure the distance using kilometres (km). A kilometre (km) is equal to 1,000 meters. The distance from one city to another or how far a plane travels is measured using kilometres (km). We can ride a Two-wheeler or Four wheelers to go from one place to the other. The distance travelled is measured using the speedometer (sm). 1Km = 1000m

Railway time

We are using 12 hours’ time generally. To avoid confusion, we use railway time in railway station, television. airport, internet, etc. When we are going to the railway station we can’t see or hear announcements in a.m. or p.m. Because the railway use 24 hours time? Generally, railway time is written 4 digits. The first 2 digits show the hour & the last 2 digits show the minutes.

INFORMATION PROCESSING

Introduction The main achievement of information processing is to enable the learners to count, compare and assume information such as invitees coming to attend a birthday party, sort out the library books, food production, the number of pupils taking food in the mid-day meal scheme and the various occupations of their parents.

Systematic Listing Number puzzle is considered to be one of the individual games in mathematics.

These type of games create more interest and involvement to learn mathematics in a very easy manner. It is very happy to note that most of the number of puzzles contain the basic knowledge of maths. Here is a game of number puzzles with a systematic rule and with a specific property. i. Choose any one number ii. Add the next number to this iii. Then add 9 iv. Divide by 2 v. And then subtract the assumed number vi. Answer 5 (common for all)