Rishab Murthy
from
Birla Public School , Doha

Subject :IMO Class : Class 4

How many squares are there in the given figure?

A 5

B 6

C 7

D 4

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spj2011
from
DB, Chennai

Class : Class 5

Whole question is wrong. The solution is also wrong. The 'squares' in the question and the solution has to be changed to 'triangles. The only thing which was right is the diagram in the solution.

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Sanaya Singh
from
Hiranandani Foundation, Mumbai

Class : Class 2

so so so so so so wrong. They wont even let us put this as an error, when we put this as an error, it will say 'Please enter valid error' when it is a valid error. So bad SOF.

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PARTH PANCHAL
from
NEW HORIZON SCHOLARS SCHOOL, THANE

Class : Class 6

yes,b is the right answer. we should just turn the diamond little bit. it will become square. and the other 5 squares.

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Aananya Singh
from
DPS East, Bangalore

Class : Class 4

It should be 6 as the first one is the outer square(biggest one) and there are 4 small squares inside it, which makes 5 squares. There is also one square inside the figure which is tilted. It looks like a rhombus but isn't a rhombus because a rhombus doesn't have 4 angles measuring 90 degrees.

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Advika Narkar
from
VIBGYOR High Airoli, Navi Mumbai

Class : Class 5

B as the rhombus if turned slightly diagonally will form a square and 5 squares are already there