# IMO Level 1- Mathematics Olympiad (SOF) Class 5: Questions 795 - 798 of 838

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## Question number: 795

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### Question

A number consists of 3 different digits. The ones digit is divisible by 2. The hundreds and ones digits are both divisible by 4. The tens and hundreds both digits are second multiple of 4. What is the number?

### Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

888

b.

484

c.

488

d.

848

## Question number: 796

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What is the missing number in the given series below? Triangles Having Series of Numbers in It Find the missing number from the given series of numbers

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Choice (4) Response

a.

27

b.

18

c.

46

d.

31

## Question number: 797

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In a factory, there is 2420-ton cement from which 465 ton is shifted to another factory. Then remaining cement was sold in containers containing 23-ton cement in each. Then Find the number of containers.

### Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

85

b.

89

c.

75

d.

94

## Question number: 798

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Which of the following options will complete the Fig. (X)? An Incompleted Figure Made by Some Triangular Shapes Find the correct image from options which can complete the question figure

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Choice (4) Response

a. The Completed Portion of Question Figure: Choice A Find that given part is correct par to complete the question figure

b. The Completed Portion of Question Figure: Choice B Find that given part is correct par to complete the question figure

c. The Completed Portion of Question Figure: Choice C Find that given part is correct par to complete the question figure

d. The Completed Portion of Question Figure: Choice D Find that given part is correct par to complete the question figure