# Arithmetic Progressions (IMO Level 1- Mathematics Olympiad (SOF) Class 10): Questions 7 - 11 of 85

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## Question number: 7

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Between the numbers 2 and 20,8 means (such that 10 numbers are in arithmetic progression) are inserted, then their sum is ________

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Choice (4) Response

a.

176

b.

88

c.

60

d.

44

## Question number: 8

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Between the numbers 6 and 60,28 means (such that 10 numbers are in arithmetic progression) are inserted, then their sum is ________

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Choice (4) Response

a.

1526

b.

1881

c.

1914

d.

1836

## Question number: 9

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A number 20 is divided into four parts that are in A. P. such that the product of the first and fourth is to the product of the second and third is . Find the largest part.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

4

b.

8

c.

9

d.

12

## Question number: 10

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The number of terms common between the two series Up to 50 terms and the series up to 60 terms is ________

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Choice (4) Response

a.

26

b.

24

c.

25

d.

20

## Question number: 11

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65 bugs are placed at different squares of a 9 × 9 square board. A bug in each moves to a horizontal or vertical adjacent square. No bug makes two horizontal or two vertical moves in succession.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

After some moves, there will be at least one bug in the same square

b.

After some moves, there will be at least four bugs in the same square

c.

After some moves, there will be at least two bugs in the same square

d.

After some moves, there will be at least three bugs in the same square

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