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Questions in the Topic: Grade 7 - Math Olympiad
  • Kavya Sharma
     
     
    Vini has two pairs of pants, three T-shirts and two pairs of shoes. She wears a different outfit everyday. How many possible combinations can she wear ?
    (A) 12
    (B) 15
    (C) 8
    (D) 10


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      on 12/1/17
     
  • Kavya Sharma
     
     
    Kunal scored 61 out of 100 in English, 93 out of 100 in Maths and 56 out of 100 in Science. Find out his overall % marks.
    (A) 60%
    (B) 70%
    (C) 75%
    (D) 80%


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     Views: 79
      on 12/1/17
     
  • Kavya Sharma
     
     
    Triangle PQR has sides PQ, QR and PR in the ratio of 4 : 3 : 6. PR is longer than PQ by 6 cm. The sum of the lengths of PR, QR and PQ is _____
    (A) 29 cm
    (B) 10 cm
    (C) 20 cm
    (D) 39 cm


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     Views: 64
      on 11/2/17
     
  • Neel Shah
     
     
    A horse is tied to one corner of a rectangular field, 60 m by 40 m, by a rope 14 m long. On how much area can the horse graze ?
    (A) 150 m$^2$
    (B) 154 m$^2$
    (C) 160 m$^2$
    (D) 165 m$^2$


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     Views: 114
      on 1/12/16
     
  • Neel Shah
     
     
    The height of an equilateral triangle is $√{6}$ cm long. Its area is _____
    (A) 3$√{3}$ cm$^2$
    (B) 2$√{3}$ cm$^2$
    (C) 2$√{2}$ cm$^2$
    (D) 6$√{2}$ cm$^2$


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