IMO Level 2- Mathematics Olympiad (SOF) Class 4: Questions 64 - 70 of 224

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Question number: 64

» Length, Weight and Capacity

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Appeared in Year: 2018

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Aditya had 36 kg 875 g of sugar, after packing it equally into 5 packets of equal weight, he was left with 8 kg 325 g of sugar. How much sugar was there in each packet?

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Choice (4)Response

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4 kg 710 g

b.

5 kg 710 g

c.

5 kg 725 g

d.

3 kg 730 g

Question number: 65

» Time and Money

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Appeared in Year: 2017

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Select the correct match.

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- 35 minutes to 7: 00 pm

b.

- 10 minutes past 2: 00 pm

c.

- 20 minutes to 3: 00 am

d.

- 5 minutes past 5: 00 pm

Question number: 66

» Everday Mathematics

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Appeared in Year: 2018

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How many of the following letters have no line of Symmetry?

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Choice (4)Response

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4

b.

3

c.

1

d.

2

Question number: 67

» Achiever's Section

» Everday Mathematics

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Find the value of

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10

d.

12

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Study the given graph showing the number of stamps collected by five friends and answers the following questions.

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» Data Handling

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If the total stamps collected were 155, then find the number of stamps collected by Jignesh.

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20

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» Data Handling

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How many stamps Prayag must give to Vihar so that they both have equal number of stamps?

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Question number: 70

» Everday Mathematics

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Study the following numbers.

Find the subtraction between the digits at ones place of the smallest and greatest number.

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6

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