Analytical Reasoning and Logical Reasoning (IMO- Mathematics Olympiad Class 9): Questions 74 - 78 of 98

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Question number: 74

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Which number will replace the question mark?

Given the circle and line merging find missing number

Given the Circle and Line Merging Find Missing Number

Given the circle and line merges and defined numbers and find the number will replace the question mark

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

30

b.

26

c.

22

d.

24

Question number: 75

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Which number should come in place of the question mark?

Find the missing number in this table

What will be the missing number in this table

14

18

12

5

3

5

5

7

?

75

61

69

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

7

b.

4

c.

9

d.

6

Question number: 76

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Which number will replace the question mark?

Given the multiple number in circles – Find missing value

Given the Multiple Number in Circles – Find Missing Value

Given the multiple number in circles and find the number will replace the question mark

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

25

b.

45

c.

41

d.

31

Question number: 77

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If moon is called Star, Star is Sun, Sun is Earth, Earth is Jupiter, Jupiter is Mars and Mars is Mercury, where does man live?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Mars

b.

Sun

c.

Earth

d.

Jupiter

Question number: 78

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There are three pillars X, Y and Z of different heights. Three spiders A, B and C start to climb on these pillars simultaneously. In one chance A climbs on X 5 cm but slips down 1 cm. B climbs on Y 6 cm but slips down 3 cm. C climbs on Z 7 cm but slips down 2 cm. if each requires 50 chances to reach the top of the pillar, what is the height of the shortest pillar?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

141 cm

b.

153 cm

c.

152 cm

d.

144 cm

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