IMO Level 1- Mathematics Olympiad (SOF) Class 4: Questions 60 - 64 of 614

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Question number: 60

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which of the following numbers shows fraction where numerator is less than denominator?

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Question number: 61

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What fraction of the large square is red?

An image of a square divides by some number of shaded squares

An Image of a Square Divides by Some Number of Shaded Squares

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Question number: 62

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Which of the following model represents shaded fraction?

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A square having 100 parts in it some parts are shaded: Choice A

A Square Having 100 Parts in It Some Parts Are Shaded: Choice A

b.

A square having 100 parts in it some parts are shaded: Choice B

A Square Having 100 Parts in It Some Parts Are Shaded: Choice B

c.

A square having 100 parts in it some parts are shaded: Choice C

A Square Having 100 Parts in It Some Parts Are Shaded: Choice C

d.

A square having 100 parts in it some parts are shaded: Choice D

A Square Having 100 Parts in It Some Parts Are Shaded: Choice D

Question number: 63

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In the given circle, 2/6 of the sections is shaded. Fraction the group of circle shown below is dark color?

Circle with blue shaded parts in it

Circle with Blue Shaded Parts in It

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1

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2/3

c.

1/3

d.

3/3

Question number: 64

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Hanit won exactly of the ribbons for 1st place. Which of the following could be the group of ribbons Hanit won?

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Different places by assigning numbers in ribbons : Choice A

Different Places by Assigning Numbers in Ribbons: Choice A

b.

Different places by assigning numbers in ribbons : Choice B

Different Places by Assigning Numbers in Ribbons: Choice B

c.

Different places by assigning numbers in ribbons : Choice C

Different Places by Assigning Numbers in Ribbons: Choice C

d.

Different places by assigning numbers in ribbons : Choice D

Different Places by Assigning Numbers in Ribbons: Choice D

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