# IMO (International Mathematics Olympiad) Class 3 Level 2 Past Paper (Previous Year) 2013 Part 6 Download all the papers for 2019 Exam

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Q 53. Rahul put 480 cupcakes into baking trays. If he uses 40 trays, then how many cupcakes will he put exactly in each tray?

(A) 15

(B) 12

(C) 14

(D) 10

Q 54. Rutvi put 550 muffins into baking trays. If she uses 10 trays, then how many muffins will he put exactly in each tray?

(A) 55

(B) 11

(C) 50

(D) 45

Q 55. There are 10 boxes of sweets. Each box has 30 sweets. Each sweet costs Rs. 7. Then the cost of all sweets in 10 boxes is _______________.

(A) Rs. 1500

(B) Rs. 2000

(C) Rs. 2100

(D) Rs. 1850

Q 56. There are 12 boxes of candies. Each box has 20 candies. Each candy costs Rs. 10. Then the cost of all candies in 12 boxes is __________________.

(A) Rs. 2400

(B) Rs. 2450

(C) Rs. 2300

(D) Rs. 2100

Q 57. Rakhi is 18 cm taller than Teena. Payal is 7 cm shorter than Gaytri. Teena and Payal are of same height. If Gaytri is 165 cm tall, then height of Rakhi is __________________.

(A) 166 cm

(B) 176 cm

(C) 189 cm

(D) 150 cm

Q 58. Rakshit is 10 cm taller than Bitu. Pankaj is 5 cm shorter than Vikash. Bitu and Pankaj are of same height. If Vikash is 160 cm tall, then height of Rakshit is _______________.

(A) 165 cm

(B) 155 cm

(C) 160 cm

(D) 169 cm

Q 59. Ambalika sold 130 pizzas and 80 chocolates. If Tushar sold 30 less pizzas and 10 less chocolates than Ambalika, then how many pizzas and chocolates they sold altogether?

(A) 230 pizzas and 100 chocolates

(B) 220 pizzas and 140 chocolates

(C) 230 pizzas and 150 chocolates

(D) 240 pizzas and 120 chocolates

Q 60. Bhavika sold 140 garlic breads and 100 chocolates. If Pooja sold 30 less garlic breads and 30 more chocolates than Bhavika, then how many garlic breads and chocolates they sold altogether?

(A) 230 garlic breads and 210 chocolates

(B) 250 garlic breads and 230 chocolates

(C) 225 garlic breads and 200 chocolates

(D) 200 garlic breads 70 chocolates

Section: III – Achiever’s Section

Q 61. Which of the following is the INCORRECT match?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

Q 62. Which of the following is the INCORRECT match?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

Q 63. Study the statements carefully and select the correct option.

Statement 1: Place value of 3 in addition of 4045 and 369 is 4.

Statement 2: Product of is 322980.

(A) Statement 1 is true and statement 2 is false.

(B) Statement 1 is false and statement 2 is true.

(C) Both statement 1 and statement 2 are true.

(D) Both statement 1 and statement 2 are false.

Q 64. Study the statements carefully and select the correct option.

Statement 1: Addition of is 6655.

Statement 2: Product of is 8640.

(A) Both statement 1 and statement 2 are false.

(B) Both statement 1 and statement 2 are true.

(C) Statement 1 is true and statement 2 is false.

(D) Statement 1 is false and statement 2 is true.

Q 65. Mr. Arora wrote a 3-digit number on the blackboard. Three students Jiya, Priya and Tiya said the following about that number:

Jiya: “It is a 3-digit number but not the least”.

Priya: “It is less than the predecessor of greatest 3-digit number”.

Tiya: “It is having two common digits”.

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

Q 66. Mr. Ambaliya wrote a 4-digit number on the blackboard. Three students Raja, Ambar and Naman said the following about that number:

Raja: “It is a 4-digit number”.

Ambar: “It is 1025 less than the greatest 4-digit number”.

Naman: “It is having four different digits”.

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

Q 67. Find the value of.

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

Q 68. Find the value of.

(A) 17

(B) 15

(C) 21

(D) 19

Q 69. Arrange the following in descending order.

(P) 5 thousands 5 hundred 0 tens 9 ones

(Q) 5 thousands 0 hundred 9 tens 5 ones

(R) 5 thousands 5 hundred 9 tens 0 ones

(S) 5 thousands 9 hundred 0 tens 5 ones

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

Q 70. Arrange the following in ascending order.

(P) 8 thousands 5 hundred 7 tens 6 ones

(Q) 8 thousands 7 hundred 5 tens 6 ones

(R) 8 thousands 5 hundred 6 tens 7 ones

(S) 8 thousands 6 hundred 7 tens 5 ones

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)