Shreyaa
from
Ekya School, Bengaluru

Subject :IMO Class : Class 5

How many right angles are there on the outside of the figure shown below?

A 2

B 4

C 6

D 8

how?

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Atharva Khosla
from
The Scottish High International School, Gurgaon

Class : Class 4

there cannot be 8

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Soumyaraj Roy
from
Kendriya Vidyalaya , Thiruvananthapuram

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!

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Aaditva
from
Vasant Valley School, New Delhi

Class : Class 7

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

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AARNA GOEL
from
UPTON SCHOOL, ENGLAND

Class : Class 5

Everybody look carefully ! We use to be clever know we are not.

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Shreyas Joshi
from
New Horizon Public School, Bengaluru

Class : Class 7

The answer is obviously 4.There cannot be 8 at all costs

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Satvik Agrawal
from
Delhi Public School, bhopal

Class : Class 5

4/8 votei vote 4 they have done wrong with no solution

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Nilarka Pahari
from
Young Horizons School, Kolkata

Class : Class 4

No ,the answer is 8 because those small angles are also right angle

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Soumyaraj Roy
from
Kendriya Vidyalaya , Thiruvananthapuram

Class : Class 7

Thank you very much friends if you all co-operate me, Nilarka and Khushie!

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Sai Lakshmi Rao
from
Maneckji Cooper Education Trust, Mumbai

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

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Ashwak
from
Cambridge, Jalandhar

Class : Class 8

It cannot be 8 at all costs There is an error in this question

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Aditya Sai Kedarisetty
from
Sri Kumarans childrens Academy DKS, Bangalore

Class : Class 7

The answer is 4

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Niharikaa Pande
from
BILLABONG HIGH INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL MALAD, Mumbai

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.

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Niranjhan Rajeshkumar
from
Deens Academy, Whitefield, Bengaluru

Class : Class 7

Actually it should be 4 or 12

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Nirupam Poplee
from
The Kalyani School , Pune

Class : Class 5

Look carefully, even I got to know the answer after reading the comments

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Anukarsh Dubey
from
Parvati Radhakrishna Formara school, Mathura

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

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Mathamagician
from
BGSNPS, Bengaluru

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.

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Advik Dixit
from
Ryan International School Sanpada Navi Mumbai , NAVI MUMBAI

Class : Class 9

It should be 4

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Aaradhya Gupta
from
SRI KUMARANS PUBLIC SCHOL, BANGALORE

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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Anirudh Rayasam
from
DPS East, Bangalore

Class : Class 7

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