IMO Level 1- Mathematics Olympiad (SOF) Class 5: Questions 410 - 415 of 888

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Question number: 410

» Geometry

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Mehul’s family is planning to build a concrete basketball court in their backyard. How many square meters will be left in the backyard for grass?

Figure shows a backyard plan of length 9 m and width 16 m

Figure Shows a Backyard Plan of Length 9 M and Width 16 M

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Choice (4)Response

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Question number: 411

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Kirti spent Rs. 281.90 on a total of 22 packets of 5 kg of Indians YUMMY and 5 packets of 10 kg of HEALTHY rice. Calculate the number of weeks her family would take to finish the rice if they eat kilogram of rice every day.

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All of the above

Question number: 412

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What angle best describes Q?

Figure shows an angle Q

Figure Shows an Angle Q

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Choice (4)Response

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Obtuse

b.

Right

c.

Straight angle

d.

Acute

Question number: 413

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Find the area of the shaded part in the given figure.

A figure shows one big rectangle

A Figure Shows One Big Rectangle

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Question number: 414

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Find the perimeter of the following figure.

Image shows different measurement

Image Shows Different Measurement

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32 cm

b.

25 cm

c.

30 cm

d.

31 cm

Question number: 415

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Study the figure carefully. Which of the following statements is correct?

One figure with different shape is given

One Figure with Different Shape is Given

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Choice (4)Response

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The figure has sides more than the fourth multiple of 2

b.

The figure has 4 right angles

c.

The figure has 4 angles less than a right angle

d.

The figure has 3 angles that are greater than a right angle

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