Exam | National Level Mathematics Olympiad [NLMO] |
Council | National Teachers Council [NTC] |
Eligibility | Students of Classes III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX and X |
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Official Website | http://www.ntcolympiad.com/index |
National Level Mathematics Olympiad [NLMO]
Mathematics Olympiad is a National Level Competitive examination to test the knowledge and Competency of students in Mathematics based on the Syllabus prescribed by CBSE, ICSE and State Boards. Students from Classes III to X can Participate in this competitive examination through his/her schools only. Students of Classes III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX and X are eligible to participate in Olympiad exams.
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National Level Mathematics Olympiad [NLMO] Sample Question
1. Which month of the year has least number of days?
[A] January
[B] July
[C] May
[D] February
2. Which number sentence is true?
[A] 5 + 0 = 5 x 1
[B] 5 + 1 = 5 x 1
[C] 5 + 0 = 5 x 0
[D] 5 + 1 = 5 x 0
3. As Reena wrote a problem on the board, she forgot one digit. 23 + 31 + 2 + 12 = 94 This digit is
[A] 3
[B] 4
[C] 6
[D] 8
4. Which of the following expression is true?
[A] 5032 > 5302
[B] 5249 > 5429
[C] 5014 > 5104
[D] 5841 > 5148
5. 4236 cards are distributed equally among 12 people. Each one will get
[A] 353
[B] 354
[C] 413
[D] 435
6. What is the difference between 2479 and the number formed by interchanging the digits in ones and hundreds place of 2479?
[A] 495
[B] 549
[C] 396
[D] 500
7. On Sunday Sachin took exactly 90 minutes to finish his homework. How many hours did it take him to complete the homework?
[A] 1
[B] 1 1/2
[C] 2
[D] 2 1/2
8. Tanvi weighs 38 kg 485 g. Her brother Sachin is heavier than her by 5 kg 755 g. How much does Sachin weigh?
[A] 32 kg 730 g
[B] 44 kg 730 g
[C] 43 kg 240 g
[D] 44 kg 240 g
9. If the weight of one mango is 250 grams. How many mangoes would weigh 2 kilograms?
[A] 8
[B] 6
[C] 4
[D] 2
10. The smallest three digit number which is even and is a multiple of 3
[A] 100
[B] 102
[C] 103
[D] 105
11. An oil can has 52 l 700 ml of oil in it. If 13 l 900 ml of oil is taken out of it, how much oil is left in the can?
[A] 38 l 200 ml
[B] 38 l 800 ml
[C] 39 l 800 ml
[D] 39 l 200 ml
12. 12321 chairs in an auditorium are arranged in 111 rows. What is the number of chairs in each row?
[A] 101
[B] 110
[C] 111
[D] 121
13. A ribbon was cut into 4 equal pieces, each of length 1 m 65 cm. What was the original length of the ribbon?
[A] 6 m 60 cm
[B] 5 m 60 cm
[C] 4 m 65 cm
[D] 4 m 26 cm
14. Read the following statements and select the correct option
Statement I: 366 ÷ 366 = 1
Statement II: When zero is divided by any number the answer is zero
[A] Statement A is correct B is wrong
[B] Statement B is correct A is wrong
[C] Both statements are correct
[D] Both statements are wrong
15. A tube of Colgate toothpaste weighed 180 grams. Amit’s mother brought seven tubes. How many kilograms did the tubes of Colgate toothpaste weighed in total?
[A] 1 kg 240 gm
[B] 1 kg 250 gm
[C] 1 kg 260 gm
[D] 1 kg 270 gm
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