# Class 3 IMO Previous Years Questions - Set 1

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1) Four children can sit around a table.When Mrs. Singh places two tables together, 6 children can sit around two tables. If she places 8 tables together, how many children can sit around the tables?

OPTIONS

18

16

22

20

2) If today is Friday, what will be the day after 8 days?

OPTIONS

Sunday

Saturday

Monday

Tuesday

3) How many right angles are there in the figure below?

OPTIONS

6

2

7

4

4) Which is the 8th object ?

5) Which of the following clock faces shows the hour hand and minute hand making a right angle?

OPTIONS

A

B

C

D

6) At 8.40 a.m., Aryan boarded a train at Town A to travel to Town D.
It took him 2 h 15 min to reach Town B.
From Town C to Town D, it took him 1 h 5 min.
If Aryan reached Town D at 12.50 p.m.,
How long did the train take to travel from Town B, Town C?

OPTIONS

36 minutes

46 minutes

50 minutes

55 minutes

7) Figure Q is made up of a rectangle and 2 identical squares.
Find the area of Square M if it has the same perimeter as Figure Q.

OPTIONS

76 sq cm

80 sq cm

81 sq cm

64 sq cm

8) Miss Gita bought some balloons for her pupils.
If she gave each of her pupils 6 balloons, she would have 2 balloons left over.If she gave each of them 8 balloons, she would be short of 2 balloons.
What was the least possible number of pupils Miss Gita had?

OPTIONS

2

12

14

20

9) A pail can hold five times as much water as a cup.
The capacity of a cup is 250ml .
It takes 1 pail and 3 cups to fill a basin.
What is the capacity of the basin?

OPTIONS

2ℓ

2ℓ 250 ml

2ℓ 500ml

3ℓ 500 ml

10) The sum of 2 numbers is 288.The bigger number is double the smaller number. What is the smaller number?

OPTIONS

72

96

144

192

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