IMO Level 1 Class 5 Set B 2019 Higher Questions and Answers Part 3

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15. Which of the following Venn diagrams best represents the relationship amongst, “Birds, Cats and Pigeons” ?

A.

Relationship Amongst

B.

Relationship Amongst ″ Birds, Cats and Pigeons

C.

Relationship Amongst ″ Birds, Cats and Pigeons

D.

Relationship Amongst ″ Birds, Cats and Pigeons

Image title: Venn diagram represents the relationship amongst “Birds, Cats and Pigeons”

Image description: This Venn diagram represents the relationship amongst “Birds, Cats and Pigeons”

16. Which of the following options will replace the (?) in the same order as in the options, to make the number sentence true?

A.

B.

C.

D.

17. Which of the following figures shows as unshaded fraction?

A.

The Unshaded Fractions

B.

The Unshaded Fractions

C.

The Unshaded Fractions

D. None of these

Image title: Options shows the unshaded fractions – Choice A

Image description: This option shows the unshaded fractions

18. In an examination marks obtained by three boys are as follows:

Tarun: Second multiple of 32

Manish: Fifth multiple of 17

Vishal: Greatest factor of 45

Which of the following shows the correct descending order of boys according to their marks?

A. Tarun, Manish, Vishal

B. Manish, Tarun, Vishal

C. Vishal, Tarun, Manish

D. Tarun, Vishal, Manish

19. In 636250, the place value of 6 at the thousands place is ________ times the place value of 6 at the lakhs place.

A. 6

B.

C.

D. 100

20. Find the weight of

Tin and Book

Image title: Picture shows tin and book

Image description: This picture shows tin and book

Weight of Tins and Books

A. 420g

B. 480 g

C. 500 g

D. 700 g

21. The value of is ________.

A. DCCLXVII

B. CDLXXVII

C. CDXXVII

D. DLXXVII

22. Three water bottles X, Y and Z Contain 920 mL of water altogether. Bottle X contains twice as much water as bottle Y. bottle Z contains 20 mL less water than bottle X. how much quantity of water is there in bottle Z?

A. 385 mL

B. 376 mL

C. 380 mL

D. 356 mL

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