# User Forum Subject :IMO    Class : Class 4

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C

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(C) 45

Subject :IMO    Class : Class 6

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it would a

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The answer is (b) and not (a) When three or more lines or line segment intersect at the same point, the lines are called CONCURRENT LINES and the point of intersection is called POINT OF CONCURRENCE.

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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 6

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1/8 kg (A)

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Ans [a] 1/8 kg

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its 1/8 kg

Subject :IMO    Class : Class 7

Class : Class 9
40 seconds

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(b) 40 seconds

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(B) 40 seconds

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b

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actually the answer is 39 seconds

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40 Seconds

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(B) 40 seconds

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(b) 40 seconds

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40 seconds

Subject :IMO    Class : Class 8

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I don't know how the middle number is related but I have observed 1 pattern In the first figure, 21-18 = 20-17 =3 In the second figure, 8-1 = 19-12 = 7 In the third figure, 24-17 = 23-16 = 7 Also in Figure 1, 21-20 = 18-17 = 1 In Figure 2, 19-8 = 12-1 = 11 In Figure 3, 24-23 = 17-16 = 1 I hope someone can figure out the relation

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Also 18+20 = 21+17=38 in Figure 1 In figure 2 1+19 = 12+8 = 20 In figure 3 24+16 = 17+23 = 40

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I think the middle part was given just to confuse us

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ANS is bed because all the words contains T at last but bed do not have T

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I also agree but How come ans is C

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if a = 1, b = 2 and so on...B E D= 2 5 4=11L O T= 12 13 20= 45R A T= 18 1 20= 39O U T= 13 21 20= 5454 is the only even sum.

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I agree.... Can some one explain how the answer is (C) OUT Please?

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V=4/3 Pi r3
The volume V of a sphere is four-thirds times pi times the radius cubed.
Volume is measured in cubic units.

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V=4/3 x Pi x r3
The volume V of a sphere is four-thirds times pi times the radius cubed.
Volume is measured in cubic units.