IMO Level 1- Mathematics Olympiad (SOF) Class 5: Questions 778 - 782 of 888

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Question number: 778

» Logical Reasoning

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Which of the following Venn diagram depict the relationship amongst ‘Earth, India, Maharashtra’?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

which can show relationship between three terms: Choice A

Which Can Show Relationship between Three Terms: Choice A

b.

which can show relationship between three terms: Choice B

Which Can Show Relationship between Three Terms: Choice B

c.

which can show relationship between three terms: Choice C

Which Can Show Relationship between Three Terms: Choice C

d.

which can show relationship between three terms: Choice D

Which Can Show Relationship between Three Terms: Choice D

Question number: 779

» Computation Operations

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Shivam has Rs. 20000 in his wallet. He spent of it for clothes, of the remainder for groceries and the rest for appliances. How much money did he spend for appliances?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Rs. 8200

b.

Rs. 5800

c.

Rs. 8000

d.

Rs. 4300

Question number: 780

» Everyday Mathematics

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The base of triangular pyramid has 25 m height and 22 m base. Find the cost of rocks used to make base of pyramid, if the cost of rocks is Rs. 86 per sq. m.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Rs. 23,650

b.

Rs. 25,430

c.

Rs. 22,890

d.

Rs. 23,550

Question number: 781

» Number Sense

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The place value of 4 in 58,42,291 is ________.

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400000

b.

4000

c.

4000000

d.

40000

Question number: 782

» Everyday Mathematics

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Appeared in Year: 2014

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A fruit seller had 69875 oranges. He packed them in boxes, with each box containing 325 oranges. Find the number of boxes.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

205

b.

225

c.

215

d.

315

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