# Class 3 IMO Previous Years Questions - Set 3

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

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1) Manas was looking for his puppy. He walked up 2 levels but he could not find it. After walking down 8 levels, he found it at the 15th floor. At which floor did Manas start his search?

OPTIONS

7th floor

13 th floor

16th floor

21st floor

2) From the given answer figures, select the one in which the question figure is embedded.

OPTIONS

A

B

C

D

3) Tara arranged 25 candles in a straight row with equal distance between them.The distance  between the 12th and the 21st candle was 72 cm.
After more candles were added to the row, the distance between the 1st and the last candle became 280 cm. How many candles had been added?

OPTIONS

6

7

11

15

4) Pattern 1 has 3 dots and 3 sticks, Pattern 2 has 4 dots and 5 sticks, Pattern 3 has 5 dots and 7 sticks and so on.
How many sticks would Pattern 7 have?

OPTIONS

13

15

17

19

5) When the mirror is held at XY, find the exact mirror image of the given question figure from the answer figures.

OPTIONS

A

B

C

D

6) In a coding system, the word "APPLE" is coded as "BQQMF".
Following the same pattern, what would be the code for the word "MANGO"?

OPTIONS

NBOHP

BOLHP

PBOLH

HBOLP

7)What letter is two positions to the right of the letter that is three positions to the left of the letter "L"?

OPTIONS

G

K

M

O

8) Study the figures below formed by matchsticks.
How many matchsticks are required to form Figure 6?

OPTIONS

16

19

21

22

9) Hari started climbing a hill at 9.50 a.m. If he took 75 minutes to climb to the top of the hill, what time did he reach the top of the hill?

OPTIONS

8.35 a.m.

10.05 a.m.

10.25 a.m.

11.05 a.m.

10) There were 1290 children at the Children's Day Carnival in the morning.
2456 children went in the early afternoon. Another 345 children went in the late afternoon. How many children were at the Children's Day Carnival?

OPTIONS

3725

3960

4910

4091

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