IMO Level 1- Mathematics Olympiad (SOF) Class 2: Questions 502 - 505 of 578

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Question number: 502

» Lines, Shapes and Solids

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How many squares are there in the given figure?

This figure shows the face make with the help of shapes

This Figure Shows the Face Make with the Help of Shapes

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

3

b.

2

c.

4

d.

5

Question number: 503

» Patterns

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Find the next figure to complete the given figure pattern below.

This pattern represent the red smiley faces

This Pattern Represent the Red Smiley Faces

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Choice (4)Response

a.

This image shows the face of red smiley – Choice A

This Image Shows the Face of Red Smiley – Choice A

b.

This image shows the face of red smiley – Choice B

This Image Shows the Face of Red Smiley – Choice B

c.

This image shows the face of red smiley – Choice C

This Image Shows the Face of Red Smiley – Choice C

d.

This image shows the face of red smiley – Choice D

This Image Shows the Face of Red Smiley – Choice D

Question number: 504

» Lines, Shapes and Solids

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The number of sleeping line in the given figure is________.

This image shows the shape of star and sun

This Image Shows the Shape of Star and Sun

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Choice (4)Response

a.

15

b.

13

c.

10

d.

12

Question number: 505

» Logical Reasoning

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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The chessboard consists of squares arranged in two alternating colours (white and black). Which of the following statement is true?

This image shows the chessboard

This Image Shows the Chessboard

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

The number of white squares is greater than the number of black squares.

b.

The number of black squares is same as the number of white squares.

c.

The number of black squares in the chessboard is 30.

d.

The number of black squares is greater than the number of white squares.

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