# NCO- Cyber Olympiad (SOF) Class 10: Questions 103 - 105 of 461

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## Question number: 103

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The sides of squares can be used to form triangles. The areas of the squares that form right triangles have a special relationship. Image of Three Squares Used to Form a Right Triangle Representing the image of three squares used to form a right triangle

Using the dimensions of the squares shown below, determine which set of squares will form a right triangle.

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Choice (4) Response

a. Image of Three Squares Used to Form a Right Triangle: Choice A Representing the image of three squares used to form a right triangle

b. Image of Three Squares Used to Form a Right Triangle: Choice B Representing the image of three squares used to form a right triangle

c. Image of Three Squares Used to Form a Right Triangle: Choice C Representing the image of three squares used to form a right triangle

d. Image of Three Squares Used to Form a Right Triangle: Choice D Representing the image of three squares used to form a right triangle

## Question number: 104

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Five years hence a man’s age will be two times his son’s age and five years ago he was four times as old as his son. The present ages of the man and his son respectively are.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

30,15

b.

45,15

c.

35,5

d.

25,10

## Question number: 105

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Replace the question mark (? ) in the matrix by choosing the correct alternative from the alternative given below. Image of a 3 by 3 Matrix Having Some Pattern of Alphabets in It Representing the image of a 3 by 3 matrix having some pattern of alphabets, find the missing alternatives

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Choice (4) Response

a.

KM

b.

IK

c.

II

d.

KL