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Subject :IMO Class : Class 6

## Ans 2:

Class : Class 6

some are saying a, some are saying b, some are saying c and some are saying d. what is the correct answer??????

## Ans 6:

Class : Class 6

its b because say if you take 6,and you say 2 and 3 are divisible by it. then they are saying that their sum and diff is also divisible but 2 3 is 5 which is not divisible by 6

## Ans 9:

Class : Class 7

statement 1- The definition of perfect number on google is the same as the definition of perfect number provided by the question as for statement 2 eg 6 and 4 is divisible by 2 so 6 4= 10 div by 2 and 6-4= 2 also div by 2. so people who say answer is b c or d are complete idiots

## Ans 11:

Class : Class 7

a because lets take 6, its factors are 1,2,3,6. When we add these numbers we get 12 which is twice 6

## Ans 17:

Class : Class 8

I am confused what is the answer because some are saying a , some are saying b ,some are saying c and some are saying d .

## Ans 19:

Class : Class 6

it should be A because if we take 39 and 26 as multiples and 13 as factor then 39-26=13. which is divisible by 13

## Ans 21:

Class : Class 8

according to me , its B as if two numbers are divisible by a number , their sum and difference is not divisible by the same number . For example : 2

## Ans 26:

Class : Class 7

The answer can only be C. For the first statement, If you take an example as 6, it will be 1 2 3=6 which means statement 1 is false as it is written that it should be double. Statement 2 is true. For example, take 25 and 20 and the number as 5. 25 20=45(Divisible by 5) and 25-20=5(Divisible by 5)

## Ans 30:

Class : Class 7

The ans is a becauseStatement 1: if we take the number 6 its factors except 6 are 1,2,3 there sum is 6 so it is a perfect numberStatement 2: If we take 9 and 27 they are divisible by 3 so their sum which is 36 is also divisible by 3 and there diffrence is 18 which is divisible by 3.

## Ans 33:

Class : Class 6

statement 1- The definition of perfect number on google is the same as the definition of perfect number provided by the question as for statement 2 eg 6 and 4 is divisible by 2 so 6 4= 10 div by 2 and 6-4= 2 also div by 2. so people who say answer is b c or d are complete idiots

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## Ans 1:

Class : Class 6

On the outside, we see 4 right angles easily. But if you turn your device 90 degrees left/right, you will see that the angle formed by the sharp edges of the figure also measures 90 degrees. It is just not visible due to the angle you look at it.

## Ans 7:

Class : Class 7

The correct answer is 4. It cannot be 8 at all costs. There is a error!!!!!!!!!!

## Ans 9:

Class : Class 4

Look closely. The answer is 8. If you look at the cuts in the ribbon which looks like a V at the top, you can see the right angle by tilting your device. Same follows with the other cuts

## Ans 24:

Class : Class 7

It is Eight . If you tilt the small angles you will notice that there are eight right angles

## Ans 27:

Class : Class 7

Very good Nilarka Pahari and Khushie. Friends , the correct answer is B only. Just try to see . Tilt your head to your right and try to see the cuts at the end of the ribbons . You will find the error of your own. Did you find that? I know that only 5 to 37 percent of you can nfind the eight angles. Be very accurate and intelligent. I also did the same mistake while giving the test . Please look carefully!

## Ans 33:

Class : Class 6

No, it is 8. You can see 4 of them easily. The other four are hidden between the sharp edges of the figure. Tilt it 2 find out.

## Ans 36:

Class : Class 6

The answer is D(8) because if we look at the V from a Tilted angle then it is a 90 degree angle. 4 V4 right angles4 4= 8

## Ans 37:

Class : Class 6

THE ANSWER IS 12 AS IF YOU LOKE AT ACUTE ANGLES IN THE EXTERIOR YOU CAN SEE 2 RIGHT ANGLES

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