This is a demo of Math Olympiad 2. Your next practice questions in a specific program will be specially tailored for you as the system learns from your previous practices!
[1] Please find the missing number in 739, 737, 735, 733, 731, ?, 727, ...
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[2] Each face of a cube has a unique color. Below shows some of the faces of the cube. What is the possible color of the face that is opposite to the face with (blue) color?
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black green red white yellow
[3] Observe the following equivalence relationships. How many baseballs are equivalent to one soccer ball?
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[4] There were 20 books in a bookshelf originally. After half of the storybooks were borrowed by students, 15 books were left in the shelf. How many storybooks were there originally?
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[5] How many cuts are needed to cut a long log into 24 shorter pieces?
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[6] Last year, Michael was 4 lb heavier than Hillary. Michael gained 9 lb and Hillary gained 3 lb since then. How much is Michael heavier than Hillary now (in lb)?
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[7] Below are the numbers from 0 to 9 made of matchsticks.
How many matchsticks will be required to make the two-digit number 42?
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[8] Among three stundents of Kevin, Tom and Andy, Kevin is not the tallest. Andy is not the shortest, nor is the tallest. Who is the shortest among them?
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Kevin Tom Andy
[9] One stroke drawing means that you have to finish a figure with a single stroke from the beginning to the end, without moving the pen off from the paper. You are not allowed to draw the same line twice, however a line can intersect or touch itself. Can the following figure be drawn with one stroke?
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Yes No
[10] Figure out the rule used to arrange the numbers, then decide what number should come next in the series.
391521
Please select your answer:
A) 28B) 24C) 29D) 17E) 27



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