The information that is required to identify the rupees are written on a paper and is called Notes. In India, 1 rupee, 2 rupees, 5 rupees, 10 rupees, 20 rupees, 50 rupees, 100 rupees, 500 rupees and 1000 rupees Notes are in circulation. Look at the 1 rupee and 2 rupees notes given below:
1 rupee (One rupee note)
2 rupees (Two rupee note)
It is clear from the picture given above that denomination or value of notes written on it. Therefore, whenever we identify the note we see the denomination or value written on it.
100 rupees (One hundred rupees note)
500 rupees (Five hundred rupees note)
1000 rupees (One thousand rupees note)
50 rupees (Fifty rupees note)
5 rupees (Five rupees note)
Identify the note given in the picture and pick the correct option.
(a) It is a 20 rupees note
(b) It is a 5 rupees note
(c) It is a 50 rupees note
(d) It is a 10 rupees note
Which one of the following options has similar value of the given Note?
(a) 10 notes of 100 rupees
(b) 5 notes of 500 rupees
(c) 5 notes of 100 rupees
(d) 5 notes of 50 rupees
The given note is of Rs. 1000 which has similar value of 10 notes of Rs. 100.