# Class 3 IMO Previous Years Papers - Set 8

Check these Class 3 IMO questions from previous years Maths Olympiad exams.

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1) There are 5 children in the queue. Dan is first in the queue. Bala is between Flora and Aman. Aman is between Bala and Keith. Aman is fourth in the queue. Who is last in the queue?

OPTIONS

Aman

Bala

Keith

Flora

2) Look at the pattern below. What is the missing number?

OPTIONS

50

25

20

30

3)Study the pattern. How many squares will there be in Pattern 22?

OPTIONS

40

88

42

44

4) What is the value of M?

Ans: __________________

OPTIONS

669

689

696

702

5) Study the number pattern below carefully. Complete the pattern.

OPTIONS

29

21

25

31

6) Study the figure below. How many sticks are required to form Figure 5?

Ans: _______________ sticks

OPTIONS

13

15

16

19

7) Dan, Mary, Claus, Amy and Eli sat in a row. Claus sat in the fifth seat. Only Eli sat between Mary and Amy.  Dan did not sit in the first seat. Which seat did Eli sit in?

OPTIONS

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

8)Put the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 in the boxes. The sum of the numbers from top to bottom is equal to the sum of the numbers from left to right. Each number can only be used once. What is A?

OPTIONS

2

3

5

9) Study the pattern carefully
How many dots are needed to form the 7th pattern?

OPTIONS

13

14

16

18

10)Each student is assigned a locker number same as his/her index number. If Rohan's index number is 24, what colour will his locker be?

OPTIONS

Red

Blue

Pink

Brown

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