# Everyday Mathematics (IMO Level 2- Mathematics Olympiad (SOF) Class 3): Questions 8 - 12 of 58

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## Question number: 8

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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### Question

There were girls and boys in the Hindi class. There were twice the number of girls and 175 boys in Dance class. How many boys and girls signed up for the Dance class?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

1175

b.

2250

c.

1430

d.

## Question number: 9

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The sum of the present ages of a mother and her son is 50 years. 5 years ago, mother’s age was 3 times the age of the son. After 5 years, son’s age will be

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Years

b.

Years

c.

Years

d.

Years

## Question number: 10

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Rahul put 480 cupcakes into baking trays. If he uses 40 trays, then how many cupcakes will he put exactly in each tray?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

10

b.

15

c.

12

d.

14

## Question number: 11

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Ambalika sold 130 pizzas and 80 chocolates. If Tushar sold 30 less pizzas and 10 less chocolates than Ambalika, then how many pizzas and chocolates they sold altogether?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

220 pizzas and 140 chocolates

b.

230 pizzas and 150 chocolates

c.

230 pizzas and 100 chocolates

d.

240 pizzas and 120 chocolates

## Question number: 12

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There are 13 cartons, each containing 120 apples. Six cartons contain all the good apples. The remaining cartons are half-filled with good apples. How many bad apples are there in all?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

440

b.

420

c.

430

d.

540

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