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# 2013 WMI Competition

## Grade 3 Part 1 Logical Reasoning Test

Problems 1–30: 5 points each for a total of 150 points.
1. Compute 201＋147＋159－27.
(A) 512 (B) 510 (C) 495 (D) 480

## 2. 5 liters 24 deciliters – 3 deciliters 412 milliliters = ? milliliters.

(A) 668 (B) 866 (C) 6688 (D) 8866

3. If K×
1
4
□ K × 15 and K＞0, then □ is:

## (A) ＞ (B) ＜ (C) ＝ (D) Cannot be determined

4. If a number is 19 larger than number A and 8 less than number B, then how is B
related to A?
(A) 27 larger (B) 27 smaller (C) 11 larger (D) 11 smaller

5. In a division problem, if its dividend changes to smaller number and its quotient
changes to a larger number, then the divisor becomes ( ).
(A) Larger (B) Unchanged (C) Smaller (D) Cannot be determined

6. If A is an integer larger than 0, then which one of the following numbers is the largest?
11 8 5 4
(A) (B) (C) (D)
A A A A

7. Which number should be placed inside the set of parentheses to make the expression
815 – ( )×6＝545 a valid expression?
(A) 32 (B) 35 (C) 42 (D) 45
8. What is the difference between the largest and the smallest 4–digit numbers that are
formed by the four numbers 3, 6, 8, and 0 where each number must be used once
and only once?
(A) 6522 (B) 5562 (C) 4950 (D) 4008
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
9. 10－ － － － － － － =?
9 9 9 9 9 9 9
5 8 4
(A) 8 (B) 5 (C) 6 (D) 7
9 9 9
10. If ★×★×★ = 125, then ★×8 = ?
(A) 32 (B) 40 (C) 64 (D) 80

11. 476×12－595×6＋119×12 = ?
(A) 3056 (B) 3268 (C) 3345 (D) 3570

## 12. If 90÷( )＝5……5, what is the number for the divisor ?

(A) 17 (B) 15 (C)14 (D) 12

## 13. Following the pattern of these pictures, ●☆□○○●☆□○○……, what would

be the 42nd picture in this sequence?
(A) ☆ (B) □ (C) ○ (D) ●
14. How many chicken should be put inside the ( ) to make the scale balanced?
( )

## (A) 3 (B) 4 (C) 5 (D) 6

15. The figure on the right is a magic square which the sums of 3
numbers from any one row or from any one column or from any
diagonal are the same. Then M = ?
(A) 8 (B) 9 (C) 11 (D) 15

16. Two straight lines are perpendicular to each other and form four angles. These four
angles are:
(A) Acute angles (B) Right angles (C) Obtuse angles (D) Straight angles
17. How many triangles are in the figure on the right?
(A) 7 (B) 16 (C) 14 (D) 9

## 18. If each cube in the solid on the right represents 1 cm3,

then what is the volume of that solid?
(A) 20 (B) 23 (C) 24 (D) 26 (cm3)

19. As in the figures on the right, the left scale has the chicken
and the plate and the right scale has only the plate. How
\$
much does the chicken weigh? 1000g 1000g

## (A) 700 grams (B) 0.5 kilogram

500g 500g
(C) 5.5 kilograms (D) 700 grams
Just the Plate Plate with Chicken

20. Which one of the following represents the unfolding of the cube ?
(A) (B)

(C) (D)

21. A jar contains 3.6 liters of salad oil. If 8 deciliters were used in a week, how much in
liters is left?
(A) 0.8 (B) 0.08 (C) 1.8 (D) 2.8
22. Use a rope of 20 meters long to surround a quadrilateral. Which one of the following
ways will give the largest area?
(A) A parallelogram of length 5 meters on each side
(B) A rectangle of length 6 meters
(C) A rectangle of width 3 meters
(D) A square of length 5 meters
23. Anna and 7 classmates are going on a trip. If each pays \$456, what is the total
amount for the trip?
(A) \$3192 (B) \$3296 (C) \$4452 (D) \$3648
24. Anna is going to a shopping mall to shop for baby items. She goes up from the
2nd Floor taking the escalator. If it takes the escalator 36 seconds to go from
1st Floor to 3rd Floor, how long would it take for Anna to reach 10th Floor?
(A) 96 seconds (B) 122 seconds (C) 144 seconds (D) 162 seconds

25. Four 20 centimeters long sticks are tied together so that the tail end of one stick is
tied to the 3 centimeters mark near the head of the next stick. What is the total length
of the final bundled stick?
(A) 80 cm (B) 77 cm (C) 74 cm (D) 71 cm
26. Along the trail of a park, a wooden light post is installed every 8 meters to support all
the electric lines. A total of 45 light posts have installed from end to end of the trail.
Now all of these wooden light posts are being replaced by cement light posts and it
only takes 23 cement light posts to do the job. How far is one cement light post from
the next light post?
(A) 16 meters (B) 15 meters (C) 14 meters (D) 13 meters
27. There are 3 persons A, B, and C representing a doctor, a workman, and a teacher. It
is known that A is older than the teacher, B and the workman have different age, and
the workman is younger than C. What is C’s occupation?
(A) Doctor (B) Workman
(C) Teacher (D) Not Enough Information to determine

28. This year, Grandpa’s age is 87. Last year, Grandma’s age was 78. During the year
when the sum of Grandpa’s age and Grandma’s age is 180, how old is Grandma?
(A) 87 (B) 86 (C) 85 (D) 84

29. John needs to take the 10:10 train for a business trip. When he arrives in the train
Station at 10:04, the Information Desk announces that the train will be 6 minutes late.
How long does he have to wait before the train leaves the station?
(A) 16 minutes (B) 15 minutes (C) 14 minutes (D) 12 minutes

30. Mother gave half of the cake to neighbor. Father ate half of the remaining half. Jason
ate half of what his father left. How much of a cake left at the end?
1 1 1 1
(A) (B) (C) (D)
2 4 6 8