IMO Level 1- Mathematics Olympiad (SOF) Class 7: Questions 789 - 792 of 1022

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Question number: 789

» Logical and Analytical Reasoning

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In a certain code, “2 5” means “hot tea” and “3 4” means “cold coffee” and “4 5” means “tea coffee”, which of the following is the code for ‘tea’?

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Choice (4)Response

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5

b.

2

c.

Cannot be determined

d.

4

Question number: 790

» Perimeter and Area

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How many square meters of a color paper does Hema need in order to exactly cover, with no overlap, a cube with edges that are 6 meters long?

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Question number: 791

» Algebraic Expressions

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The number of diagonals drawn from one vertex of a polygon of n sides is ________.

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n

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Question number: 792

» Logical and Analytical Reasoning

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In the following diagram, if ○ represents people who like novel, represents people who like to read poetry and ▭ represents people who like to read literature, then answer the following question.

How many people like novel and literature both?

Polygon poly1Polygon poly1: Polygon [C, D, 3] Polygon poly1Polygon poly1: Polygon [C, D, 3] Quadrilateral poly2Quadrilateral poly2: Polygon F, G, H, ICircle cCircle c: Circle through B with center ASegment fSegment f: Segment [C, D] of Polygon poly1Segment gSegment g: Segment [D, E] of Polygon poly1Segment hSegment h: Segment [E, C] of Polygon poly1Segment f_1Segment f_1: Segment [F, G] of Quadrilateral poly2Segment g_1Segment g_1: Segment [G, H] of Quadrilateral poly2Segment h_1Segment h_1: Segment [H, I] of Quadrilateral poly2Segment iSegment i: Segment [I, F] of Quadrilateral poly2Noveltext1 = “Novel”Poetrytext1_1 = “Poetry”Literaturetext1_2 = “Literature”2text1_3 = “2”1text1_4 = “1”4text1_5 = “4”5text1_6 = “5”6text1_7 = “6”7text1_8 = “7”3text1_9 = “3”

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6

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7

c.

5

d.

4

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