# Everday Mathematics (IMO Level 2- Mathematics Olympiad (SOF) Class 4): Questions 1 - 5 of 36

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## Question number: 1

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### Question

If the smallest 4-digit number formed by digits 9,3, 5 and 0 (each digit must be used at least once) with 15, then the result is

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Choice (4) Response

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b.

c.

45678

d.

## Question number: 2

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Find the value of P, Q, R and.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

2 4 1 3

b.

2 1 4 3

c.

2 1 1 6

d.

2 1 4 5

## Question number: 3

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Study the following numbers.

Find the sum of the digits at tens place of the smallest and greatest number.

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b.

c.

d.

## Question number: 4

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Study the following statements and select the INCORRECT option.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

The difference between the smallest and largest 4-digit number formed by 6,2, 5 and 0 (without any repetition of a digit) is 4464.

b.

The sum of smallest 3-digit number and largest 3-digit number formed by 5,2 and 6 is 908.

c.

15 groups of 16 is 250.

d.

In 6-digit largest number is 999999.

## Question number: 5

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### Question

From the 5-digit number using given clue.

1. My thousand’s place digit is the smallest one digit.

2. My one’s place digit is the first factor of 7.

3. My ten thousand’s place digit is greatest one digit number.

4. My hundred’s place digit is 5th multiple of 2.

5. My ten’s place digit is first odd number greater than 6 and less than 12.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

b.

c.

90871

d.

97118

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