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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 4

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Class : Class 6
what is the shortest method to solve this question

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Class : Class 4
Can you please help with solving this question

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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 4

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Class : Class 8

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Class : Class 4
i think instead of length , perimeter should have been mentioned

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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 4

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Class : Class 1
The correct answer is A.

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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 7

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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 7

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Class : Class 1
The correct answer is A.

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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 7

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Class : Class 8
the answer is D. =12-[7-{16-(18-(-3))}] = 12-[7-{16-21}] =12-[7-(-5)] =12-12 =0

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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 7

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Class : Class 10

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Class : Class 10

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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 4

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Class : Class 6
The correct answer is B not A, a multiple is NEVER smaller than the number

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Class : Class 5
Correct answer should be B.

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Class : Class 5
Verrrrrrrrrrrrry confusing and tricky

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Class : Class 5
Yes yes. Negative numbers are not in the syllabus of fourth graders.

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Class : Class 1

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Class : Class 6

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Class : Class 8
it is not wrong because multiplying by a negative number gives us the result as a number smaller than the original number for example -2*2=-4

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Class : Class 7
I didn't understand the answer

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Class : Class 6
The answer is A part as multiplying a number with a negative number gives a number smaller than the number we took to multiply

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Class : Class 4
YES THIS IS TOTTTALLLLYYYY WRONG

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Class : Class 6

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Class : Class 6
The correct answer is A part

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Class : Class 7

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Class : Class 6
The correct answer should be option B.A multiple can never be smaller than the number

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Class : Class 4
It cannot happenThe multiple of a number is always bigger or equal never smaller

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Class : Class 7
Answer should be B. Only negative numbers when multiplied by a positive number is a smaller number. Negative numbers are out of syllabus for 4th grader. Hence the given solution is wrong.

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Class : Class 7
The correct answer is B. sof olympiad trainer is wrong.

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Class : Class 6
If we sometimes multiply the no. with fraction we can get the multiple smaller than the number. Eg-2 *1/2=1

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Class : Class 5
it is not wrong because negative numbers' multiples are always lesser than themselves eg. -3x3=-9

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Class : Class 5

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Class : Class 5
ans should be B please correct it sof

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Class : Class 6

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Class : Class 6

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Class : Class 5
the correct answer is B

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Class : Class 8
ANSWER IS B. When we talk of factors n multiples we usually do not talk about negative numbers

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Class : Class 8
MULTIPLES ARE NOT LESS THAN THE NUMBER,THE ANSWER IS GIVEN WRONG

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Class : Class 2

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Class : Class 4
we can get a multiple smaller than the number by multiplying it by a fraction

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Class : Class 6
Answer is B

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Class : Class 6
Negative numbers aren't included in Class 4 syllabus although your answer is correct.

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Class : Class 3

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Class : Class 9

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Class : Class 6
it should be B as multiplying the numbers gives us greater numbers. Guys mine is also the same

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Class : Class 6
Multiples are supposed to be equal to or greater than the number. Multiplying by fractions does not mean that it is a multiple...

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Class : Class 4
Fully wrong

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Class : Class 6
the solution is taking negative numbers which we dont know

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Class : Class 4

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Class : Class 5
I do not know

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Class : Class 4
Multiplying by does not mean it is a multiple in inv

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Class : Class 7
How can a multiple of a no be smaller than the no itself..? Factor can be smaller, not the multiple

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Class : Class 5
We can't talk about syllabus over here but it's wrong only Saathvik and Shaurya I think you did not read that multiples are equal to or greater than the number itself. And FACTOR are smaller than or equal to the number.

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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 5

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Class : Class 1
The correct answer is C.

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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 7

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Class : Class 9
it is 2cube

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