IMO Level 1- Mathematics Olympiad (SOF) Class 5: Questions 813 - 817 of 838

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Question number: 813

» Everyday Mathematics

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Saurabh can read 6 books in a day. How many weeks will he take to finish 1440 such books?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

33

b.

10

c.

35

d.

240

Question number: 814

» Logical Reasoning

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‘Watch’ is called ‘Computer’, ‘Computer’ is called ‘Camera’, ‘Camera’ is called ‘Mobile’, ‘Mobile’ is called ‘Fen’, ‘Fen’ is called ‘Tube Light’, then which of the following is used to capture a picture?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Mobile

b.

Computer

c.

Light

d.

Camera

Question number: 815

» Computation Operations

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A number consists of 4 different digits. The tens and thousands digits are both divisible by only 5. The ones digit is second multiple of 4. The hundreds digit is two more than digit tens. What is the number?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

7585

b.

5758

c.

8575

d.

5857

Question number: 816

» Computation Operations

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Appeared in Year: 2014

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What fraction of the figure is shaded?

An image made by squares and triangles

An Image Made by Squares and Triangles

Showing the image made by squares and triangles, so find the fraction of shaded part

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Question number: 817

» Logical Reasoning

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Appeared in Year: 2014

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There is a certain relationship between fig. (I) and (II). Establish a similar relationship between fig. (III) and (IV) by selecting a suitable figure from the given options.

Geometric figures from which two are related to each other

Geometric Figures from Which Two Are Related to Each Other

Find the figure (IV) which is related to figure (III) by using the relation of figures (I) and (II)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Geometric figure made by two different shapes Choice: A

Geometric Figure Made by Two Different Shapes Choice: A

Find that given figure shows correct relation with figure (III) similar as (I) and (II) of question

b.

Geometric figure made by two different shapes Choice : B

Geometric Figure Made by Two Different Shapes Choice: B

Find that given figure shows correct relation with figure (III) similar as (I) and (II) of question

c.

Geometric figure made by two different shapes Choice : C

Geometric Figure Made by Two Different Shapes Choice: C

Find that given figure shows correct relation with figure (III) similar as (I) and (II) of question

d.

Geometric figure made by two different shapes choice : D

Geometric Figure Made by Two Different Shapes Choice: D

Find that given figure shows correct relation with figure (III) similar as (I) and (II) of question