# IMO (International Mathematics Olympiad) Class 3 Level 2 Past Paper (Previous Year) 2013 Part 5 Download All the Papers for 2021 Exam

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Q 33. Find the difference between the largest possible number and smallest possible number from given digits.

(A) 23986

(B) 64531

(C) 74934

(D) 98436

Q 34. Find the difference between the largest possible number and smallest possible number from given digits.

(A) 6174

(B) 1746

(C) 7241

(D) 6147

Q 35. Which is the largest number?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

Q 36. Which is the smallest number?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

Q 37. Using the given balances, find the weight of

(A) 4800 g

(B) 4600 g

(C) 5610 g

(D) 5300 g

Q 38. Using the given balances, find the weight of

.

(A) 8340 g

(B) 8650 g

(C) 8400 g

(D) 8900 g

Q 39. Put the correct signs in the square below in the same order so that the given statement becomes true.

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

Q 40. Put the correct signs in the square below in the same order so that the given statement becomes true.

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

Q 41. Amba bought some pencils. Each pencil costs ₹ 8. If she had ₹ , then how many pencils did she buy from this money?

(A) 82

(B) 85

(C) 89

(D) 70

Q 42. Rinku bought some pens. Each pen costs ₹ 10. If she had ₹ 990, then how many pens did she buy from this money?

(A) 99

(B) 78

(C) 65

(D) 97

Q 43. Viki wants to buy a ball which costs ₹ 140. He checks his pocket and find that he has three 50 rupees note. Which of the following statements is true?

(A) Viki can buy the ball and is left with 30 rupees.

(B) Viki cannot buy the ball because he will fall short of 10 rupees.

(C) Viki can buy the ball and is left with no money.

(D) Viki can buy the ball and is left with 10 rupees.

Q 44. Vaishali wants to buy a doll which costs ₹ 200. She checks her pocket and find that she has two 100 rupees note. Which of the following statement is true?

(A) Vaishali can buy the doll and is left with 10 rupees.

(B) Vaishali can buy the doll and is left with no money.

(C) Vaishali cannot buy the doll because she will fall short of 20 rupees.

(D) Vaishali can buy the doll and is left with 50 rupees.

Q 45. Ambika drinks 15 glasses of water in 1 day. If she drinks the same amount of water every day, how much water will she drink in 1 week?

(A) 105 glasses

(B) 110 glasses

(C) 115 glasses

(D) 130 glasses

Q 46. Dhyani drinks 20 glasses of juice in 1 day. If she drinks the same amount of juice every day, how much juice will she drink in 2 weeks?

(A) 140 glasses

(B) 180 glasses

(C) 280 glasses

(D) 260 glasses

Q 47. Somya travelled the distance of 1744 km by three modes of transport. She travelled distance by car, of left distance by bus and rest by walking. Find the distance travelled by walking.

(A) 436 km

(B) 541 km

(C) 560 km

(D) 340 km

Q 48. Suraj travelled the distance of 1296 km by three modes of transport. He travelled distance by bus, of left distance by car and rest by waking. Find the distance travelled by walking.

(A) 156 km

(B) 200 km

(C) 146 km

(D) 144 km

Q 49. Mouse has 10 boxes of balls. He has 26 balls in 6 boxes and two times of 26 balls each in rest of the boxes. Find the total number of balls he has?

(A) 280

(B) 234

(C) 230

(D) 340

Q 50. Tarun has 7 boxes of pencils. He has 20 pencils in 5 boxes and two times of 20 pencils each in rest of the boxes. Find the total number of pencils he has?

(A) 105

(B) 98

(C) 100

(D) 240

Q 51. Mrs. Bajaj goes to the dance show with her two kids, one friend and friend՚s two kids. Find the total cost of tickets she has to pay?

 Cost of tickets Adult ₹ 260/- per person Child ₹ 110 /- per person

(A) ₹ 960

(B) ₹ 1005

(C) ₹ 900

(D) ₹ 1100

Q 52. Mrs. Virani goes to the music show with her three kids, one friend and friend՚s four kids. Find the total cost of tickets she has to pay?

 Cost of tickets Adult ₹ 150/- per person Child ₹ 90 /- per person

(A) ₹ 1200

(B) ₹ 1050

(C) ₹ 910

(D) ₹ 930

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