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... Do not open the contest booklet until you are told to do so. Be sure that your name and code are written on the space provided above. **Round** 2 of **IMAS** is composed of three parts; the total score is 100 ...

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... 7. The diagram shows a path consisting of four semi-circular arcs. Each arc is of length 100 m and uses a different side of a square as its diameter. Initially, Jane is at A and Yves at B. They start walking ...

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... 17. In a standard clock, the angle between two of its hands is the angle they form which is 180° or less. In which of the following five times will the angle between the minute and **second** hands be greater than or ...

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... By drawing line segments into figures (A), (B), (C), and (E) below, observe that the shaded areas of each figure is equal to the half of the total area of the rectangle... While in figu[r] ...

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... z Do not open the contest booklet until you are told to do so. z Be sure that your name and code are written on the space provided above. z **Round** 2 of **IMAS** is composed of three parts; the total score is 100 ...

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... 23. Three robots are programmed to count numbers. Robot A starts with the number 20 and it counts by increasing the number by 11 every **second**. Robot B starts with the number 2018 and it counts by decreasing the ...

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... 14. There are two routes starting in a bus stop. A bus departs for the first route every 8 minutes and departs the **second** route every 10 minutes. At 6:00 in the morning, two buses depart for the two routes at the ...

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... 10. A table has 3 rows and 3 columns. In each square, we put in the product of the row number and the column number of that square. For instance, the number in the third row and the **second** column is 3×2=6, as ...

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... If they trade one coin with each other, then the total weight of Goldie’s coins is 12 grams less than the total weight of Sylvia’s coins.. Jasmine tea sells for 320 dollars per kg whil[r] ...

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... 【 Solution 】 If all pieces were placed into black squares, there are two ways to put the pieces on the first and the third row, two ways to put the pieces on the **second** and the fourth row, totally there are 4 ...

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... If there are less than 4 rows with pieces more than 1, covering 4 rows with the most pieces will leave all remaining row each contains no more than one piece. The remaining pieces can be covered by 4 columns, ...

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... When n 2004 , then ( q 1)( r 1) 668 2 2 167, so 668 cannot be expressed as the product of even numbers greater than 2. Hence, 2004 did not meet the condition of the problem. Case 3: If 2 p q r , then ...

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