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1. Which of the following statements is WRONG?

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Β.

Γ.

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Ε.

2. The weakest ring in a chain is the 7th from the beginning and the 11th from the end.

How many rings the chain has?

Α. 15 Β. 16 Γ. 17 Δ. 18 Ε. 19

**3. The 550 students of a school will conduct a field trip. For their transport, buses will be
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used with a capacity of 64 students each. How many buses will be needed?

Α. 8 Β. 8,59375 Γ. 8,6 Δ. 9 Ε. 10

**4. John has 9 pieces of paper. He cuts some in three pieces each, in order to make a total of
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23 pieces of paper. How many pieces of paper are cut?

Α. 3 Β. 2 Γ. 6 Δ. 9 Ε. 7

**5. A trainer puts 6 students of a class in a row, one behind the other, so that each student is
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3 m from the student in front of him. How many meters away is the last student from

the first student?

Α. 18 m Β. 15 m Γ. 45 m Δ. 3 m Ε. None of

these.

**6. Costas wants to buy music CDs. If he buys 4 discs, he will be left with 7 euros. If he buys 6
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discs, he will need 13 euros more. What is the value of each digital disc?

Α. €11 Β. €12 Γ. €10 Δ. €13 Ε. €20

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6th Γ. Which sheet from A to E must be placed over the sheet of given image so the result is a totally black rectangle? Α. Δ.3rd and 4th Grade Primary 13th Cyprus Mathematical Olympiad April 2012 7. Γ. 26th Cyprus Mathematical Olympiad Page 2 . 7th Δ. 8th Ε. The positive integers are written in rows as follows: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 … … … … … The sum of which line is closer to 150? Α. Β. Five equal-sized rectangular sheets of plastic are divided into white and black squares. 8. 5th Β. Ε.

10. 88 13. What day will be after 400 days from now? Α. Maria folds a piece of paper in the middle and then repeats the same procedure 3 times.3rd and 4th Grade Primary 13th Cyprus Mathematical Olympiad April 2012 9. 10 Γ. Monday Γ. A pattern is shown below. 8 Β. If Mary unfolds the paper. How many times the digit "1" is used to write all the numbers from 1 to 100? Α. 22 Ε.Thursday Ε. 21 Δ. Saturday 11. A number is multiplied by 8. how many holes will the paper have? Α. 12 Γ. 32 12. 16 Ε. Sunday Β. 20 Γ. What will be the 51st fruit of the pattern? … Β. Tuesday Δ. Ε. 8 Β. 14 Δ. Δ. 80 Ε. The result is increased by 8 points. she makes a hole in the folded paper. Today is Sunday. After that. If the final result is 88. Α. 16 Δ. the initial number was: Α. 19 Β. Γ. 23 Cyprus Mathematical Olympiad Page 3 .

4 Δ. Which figure below shows the front view of the object? Α. Γ. in order to have the same logic operations in the three shapes? 8 16 6 4 8 6 15 ? 4 Α. Which number is represented by the question mark at the third shape. 15 Ε. 60 15. None of the above Cyprus Mathematical Olympiad Page 4 . Β. Ε. Δ. 20 Γ. 30 Β.3rd and 4th Grade Primary 13th Cyprus Mathematical Olympiad April 2012 14.

ΑΒΓΔ is a rectangle. 10 Δ. 3 Ν 1 6 Α. Point Ε is the midpoint of the ΔΓ and the point Ζ is the midpoint of ΑΔ. What is the sum of M and N? Μ 4 . 5 Β. In the following deduction. In the figure below. 8 Γ. 12 Γ. Ε. 13 Δ. Β. 15 17. Δ.3rd and 4th Grade Primary 13th Cyprus Mathematical Olympiad April 2012 16. M and N are single digits. 11 Ε. 11 Β. Γ. What part of the rectangle is the shaded triangle? Α. 18. 12 Cyprus Mathematical Olympiad Page 5 . How many triangles are in the figure below? Α. 14 Ε.

Noon on Thursday Β. Saturday 6 a. Friday 6 p.3rd and 4th Grade Primary 13th Cyprus Mathematical Olympiad April 2012 19. None of the above Cyprus Mathematical Olympiad Page 6 . The doctor said that he should take the pill A every 9 hours. pill B every 6 hours and pill C every 5 hours. 60 cm Γ. In the figure below. 72 cm Ε. Α Β Α. Δ. To do this. 8 21. 6 Δ. 64 cm Δ. 80 cm 20. 5 Γ.m. when will he retake all three pills together? Α. Find the perimeter of the figure. 56 cm Β. In the figure below the length of the side AB is 4 cm.m. we want the shaded squares to be half of all squares. Friday 6 a. 7 Ε. 4 Β. Γ. If he took all the pills at 12 noon on Monday.m. Ε. George is ill. you must still shade: Α.

3rd and 4th Grade Primary 13th Cyprus Mathematical Olympiad April 2012 22. 900 minutes Γ. Ε. of a day Β. 75 tens and 1 hundred 23. Which one of the choices shows the longest time? Α. Cyprus Mathematical Olympiad Page 7 . Β. 900 seconds Ε. 5 tens and 8 hundreds Β. What combination of tens and hundreds DOES NOT form the number 850? Α. 85 tens Γ. 15 tens and 7 hundreds Δ. 20 tens and 8 hundreds Ε. Which of the following pieces completes the puzzle? Α. 5 hours Δ. Δ. Γ. of a week 24.

Cyprus Mathematical Olympiad Page 8 .3rd and 4th Grade Primary 13th Cyprus Mathematical Olympiad April 2012 25. Β. What is the part that applies to the given shape in order to form a rectangle? Α. Γ. Ε. Δ.

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