Everyday Mathematics (IMO Level 2- Mathematics Olympiad (SOF) Class 7): Questions 1 - 6 of 105

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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A man invested of his capital at ; at and remainder at . If his annual income is the capital is ….

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Question number: 2

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of the pupils in a class like to play badminton. of the remaining pupils like to play basketball, pupils like soccer and pupils like table tennis. How many pupils like to play badminton?

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Question number: 3

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What percentage of the figure is shaded?

Image shows the shaded and unshaded hexagon.

Image Shows the Shaded and Unshaded Hexagon.

Image shows the shaded and unshaded hexagon.

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Question number: 4

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If then find the value of .

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Question number: 5

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The median of the given data is,

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Question number: 6

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There are some sweets in a jar. The sweets can be put into boxes of with no sweets left over. When the sweets are puts into boxes of there are sweets left over. What is the smallest possible number of sweets in the jar?

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