IMO Level 1- Mathematics Olympiad (SOF) Class 6: Questions 201 - 207 of 1059

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Question number: 201

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LCM of two co-prime numbers is their

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Sum

b.

Product

c.

Quotient

d.

Difference

Question number: 202

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The smallest number which when divided by 9,12,24 and 30 and leaves a remainder of 2,5, 17 and 23 respectively is

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a.

657

b.

453

c.

367

d.

353

Question number: 203

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John’s monthly salary is Rs. 12000. He spends Rs. 1450 for his son’s education, Rs. 550 for purchasing clothes, Rs. 450 for purchasing vegetables, milk, etc. , Rs. 1500 for purchasing medicine and pays a rent of Rs. 5000 in a particular month. How much does he save in this month?

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a.

Rs. 4255

b.

Rs. 3165

c.

Rs. 3050

d.

Rs. 4960

Question number: 204

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The number (11,23) are

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a.

Prime and co-prime

b.

Co-prime numbers

c.

Prime numbers

d.

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Question number: 205

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Find the sum of the given expression.

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a.

- 89

b.

48

c.

35

d.

- 35

Question number: 206

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The least number of square tiles that will be needed to cover a room of 165 m by 45 m is

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a.

23 tiles

b.

33 tiles

c.

41 tiles

d.

37 tile

Question number: 207

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Subtract the number obtained by reversing the digits of the number 65302 from the number obtained by interchanging the digits in the ten’s place and the hundred’s place of the same number, we get________.

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a.

95388

b.

-64746

c.

76446

d.

44676

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