Olympiad Math Preparation – Class 2 – Pictograph – Part 1

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Olympiad Math Preparation – Class 2 – Pictograph – Part 1

1. If stands for 4, then for ________ ?

a. 12b. 16
c. 20d. 24
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2. If stands for 20, then stands for ______

a. 20b. 80
c. 100d. 120
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3. If stands for 24 ,then stands for ____________

a. 48b. 12
c. 36d. 96
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4. If stands for 32 ,then stands for _____

a. 32b. 28
c. 24d. 16
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5. If stands for 80, then stands for ________

a. 80b. 32
c. 40d. 20
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Olympiad Math Preparation – Class 2 – Computation Operations – Subtraction of 2 and 3 digit numbers ( with regrouping/borrow )

Olympiad Math Preparation – Class 2 – Computation Operations – Subtraction of 2 and 3 digit numbers ( with regrouping/borrow

1. Which number is less than 400 by 82 ?
a. 482b. 318
c. 382d. 418
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2. What is difference between the greatest and smallest numbers ?

Numbers are : 167, 456, 389, 345 , 212

a. 244b. 222
c. 289313
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3. The difference between smallest three digit number and greatest one digit number is ______________

a. 1b. 899
c. 90d. 91
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4. The difference between number shown in abacus is _____________________________

Abacus
a. 99b. 100
c. 9d. 11
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5. Complete the series : 200 , 180 , 160 , 140 , ________

a. 100b. 160
c. 200d. 120
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6. What is difference between 10 tens and 6 ones

a. 106b. 1006
c. 94d. 994
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7. How many tens are there in difference between numbers : 679 and 479 ?

a. 200 tensb. 20 tens
c. 2 tensd. None of above
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Olympiad Math Preparation – Class 2 – Computation Operations – Addition of 2 and 3 digit numbers ( with regrouping/carry )

Olympiad Math Preparation – Class 2 – Computation Operations – Addition of 2 and 3 digit numbers ( with regrouping/carry )
1. What must be added to 995 to get 100 ?
a. 5b. 105
c. 999d. 15
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2. What is sum of 763 + 198 ?

a. 9 hundreds + 5 tens + 1 onesb. 9 hundreds + 6 tens + 1 ones
c. 9 hundreds + 7 tens + 1 onesd. 9 hundreds + 8 tens + 1 ones
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3. Which two numbers add up to 300

a. 145 + 145b. 147 + 163
c. 156 + 146d. 128 + 172
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4. How many tens are there in sum of 321 + 429 ?

a. 74 tensb. 76 tens
c. 75 tens80 tens
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5. What is sum when 7 ones , 4 hundreds and 6 tens are added ?

a. 746b. 764
c. 467d. None of these
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6. Complete the series : 8 , 13 , 18 , 23 , 28 , __________

a. 18b. 28
c. 25d. 33
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7. What number should be added for below comparison to be true ?

45 > 30 +________

a. 10b. 15
c. 20d. 25
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8. Which number is 415 more than 385 ?

a. 30b. 40
c. 800d. 700
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Olympiad Math Preparation – Class 2 – Computation Operations – Subtraction of 2 and 3 digit numbers ( without regrouping/borrow )

Olympiad Math Preparation – Class 2 -Subtraction of 2 and 3 digit numbers ( without regrouping/borrow )

  1. The difference between greatest and smallest number is _________________ . Numbers : 178, 608, 578, 801, 999
a. 430b. 400
c. 821d. 831
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2. Select the correct option

a. 10 – 5 = 8 – 3b. 5 – 4 = 9 – 7
c. 15 – 5 = 18 – 7d. 22 – 3 = 20 – 4
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3. The difference of numbers shown in two abacuses below is ________________

Abacus
a. 15b. 14
c. 4d. 10
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4. If and then what is value of ?

a. 15b. 60
c. 65d. 75
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5. If is subtracted from 100, the result is 45. Then is _________.

a. 50b. 55
c. 145d. None of above
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6. What is difference of largest and smallest 3 digit number ?

a. 899b. 1099
c. 900d. 1049
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7. Duggu has 85 chocolates. Dakshu has 24 chocolates. How many more chocolates Duggu has than Dakshu ?

a. 79b. 51
c. 109d. 61
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8. and . Find the value of

a. 180b. 60
c. 90d. 30
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Olympiad Math Preparation – Class 2 – Computation Operations – Addition of 2 and 3 digit numbers ( without regrouping/carry )

Olympiad Math Preparation – Class 2

Addition of 2 and 3 digit numbers ( without regrouping/carry )

  1. The sum of greatest and smallest number is _________________ . Numbers : 188, 508, 345, 801, 290
a. 796b. 533
c. 989d. 1309
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2. Select the correct option

a. 5 + 5 = 2 + 4 + 2 + 2b. 5 + 4 = 3 + 2 + 3
c. 15 + 5 = 10 + 5 + 3d. 22 + 3 = 20 + 4
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3. The sum of numbers shown in two abacuses below is ________________

Abacus
a. 736b. 639
c. 729d. 636
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4. If and then what is value of ?

a. 15b. 60
c. 65d. 75
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5. If is added to 100, the result is 150. Then is _________.

a. 50b. 100
c. 150d. None of above
Options

6. What is sum of largest and smallest 3 digit number ?

a. 1009b. 1099
c. 1000d. 1049
Options

7. Duggu has 54 chocolates. Dakshu has 45 chocolates. How many chocolates both of them have ?

a. 79b. 109
c. 89d. 99
Options

8. and . Find the value of

a. 180b. 60
c. 90d. 30
Options

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Olympiad Math Preparation – Class 2 – Number Sense – Expanded Form

Olympiad Math Preparation – Class 2

Expanded Form

  1. 8 hundred + 5 tens + 2 ones is an even number ?
a. Trueb. False
c. Can’t Sayd. None of above
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2. 5 hundred + 5 tens + 7 ones is an even number ?

a. Trueb. False
c. Can’t Sayd. None of above
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3. The next odd number which comes after 6 hundred + 2 tens + 3 ones __________________

a. 621b. 624
c. 626d. 625
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4. The next even number which comes after 3 hundred + 9 tens + 8 ones is _____________________

a. 402b. 401
c. 400d. 396
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5. 4 hundred + 8 tens = _________________________

a. 408b. 480
c. 400d. 840
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6. Expanded form of 346

a. 3 hundred + 4 tens + 5 onesb. 3 hundred + 46 tens
c. 3 hundred + 4 tens + 6 onesd. 34 hundred + 6 ones
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7. Which abacus represents 7 hundred + 3 tens + 2 ones ?

a. b.
c. d.
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8. Which option is correct ?

a. 5 hundred and 6 hundred are odd numbersb. 5 hundred and 6 hundred are even numbers
c. 5 hundred is odd number and 6 hundred is even numberd. 5 hundred is even number and 6 hundred is odd number
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9. Duggu has 55 balls and Dakshu has 47 balls . What is total number of balls in expanded form ?

a. 1 hundred + 2 onesb. 1 hundred + 1 ten + 3 ones
c. 1 hundred + 1 ten + 2 onesd. 1 hundred + 3 ones
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Olympiad Math Preparation – Class 2 – Number Sense – Even and Odd Numbers

Olympiad Math Preparation – Class 2

Even and Odd Numbers

  1. Which number is an even number ?
a. 87b. 33
c. 80d. 45
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2. Which number is an odd number ?

a. 44b. 103
c. 90d. 86
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3. The next odd number which comes after 145 is __________________

a. 148b. 146
c. 143d. 147
Options

4. The next even number which comes after 98 is _____________________

a. 100b. 99
c. 102d. 101
Options

5. Find the even number in the list of numbers: 145, 181, 192, 99, 177

a. 177b. 181
c. 99d. 192
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6. Find the odd number in the list of numbers: 100, 78, 124, 191, 136

a. 100b. 191
c. 124d. 136
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7. Which abacus shows odd number ?

a. b.
c. d.
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8. Which option is correct ?

a. 5 and 6 are odd numbersb. 5 and 6 are even numbers
c. 5 is odd number and 6 is even numberd. 5 is even number and 6 is odd number
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9. Which number does not belong to the group of numbers : 98, 114, 778, 277, 88, 190

a. 277b. 88
c. 190d. 778
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10. Duggu has 54 chocolates and Dakshu has 47 chocolates. Who has odd number of chocolates ?

a. Duggub. Dakshu
c. Bothd. None
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Olympiad Math Preparation – Class 2 – Number Sense – Abacus and Place Value

Olympiad Math Preparation – Class 2

Abacus and Place Value

  1. The place value of 8 in 687 is ____________________
a. 88b. 8
c. 80d. 800
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2. The place value of 9 in 975 is ____________________

a. 970b. 9
c. 90d. 900
Options

3. The place value of 4 in 564 is ____________________

a. 4b. 40
c. 400d. 64
Options

4. 2 in 925 is at ________________ place.

a. Hundred’sb. Ten’s
c. One’sd. None of these
Options

5. In 845, the number 8 is at ____________________ place.

a. Hundred’sb. Ten’s
c. One’sd. None of these
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6. 6 in 216 is at ________________ place.

a. Hundred’sb. Ten’s
c. One’sd. None of these
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7. Which abacus shows 623 ?

a. b.
c. d.
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8. Duggu has 8 beads. He puts 8 beads in columns H, T and O in abacus. Hundreds column has 3 and ones column has 2 beads. Which of below is Duggu’s abacus with 8 beads.

a. b.
c. d.
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9. What is number shown in abacus below :

Abacus
a. 742b. 852
c. 752d. 753
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Olympiad Math Preparation – Class 2 – Number Sense – Ascending or Descending Order

Olympiad Math Preparation – Class 2

Number Sense – Ascending or Descending order

  1. Which is second smallest number – 456, 567, 545, 434, 445
a. 434b. 456
c. 445d. 545
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2. Arrange the numbers in increasing order – 345, 235, 325, 245, 335

a. 235, 245, 325, 345, 335b. 235, 245, 325, 335, 345
c. 345, 335, 325, 245, 235d. 235, 245, 335, 345, 325
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3. Arrange the numbers in decreasing order – 693, 723, 623, 713, 703,

a. 713, 703, 723, 623, 693b. 623, 693, 703, 713, 723
c. 623, 693, 713, 703, 723d. 723, 713, 703, 693, 623
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4. Which of following are in descending order ?

a. 212, 345, 475, 536, 622b. 634, 456, 390, 385, 250
c. 390, 389, 379, 385, 377d. 214, 345, 456, 786, 987
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5. Which of following are in ascending order ?

a. 234, 345, 434, 546, 623b. 990, 789, 657, 567, 451
c. 289, 678, 598, 456, 433d. 788, 789, 790, 787, 785
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6. Find the number in below group of numbers which lies between 400 and 500 and is smallest ?

212, 454, 434, 494, 534

a. 454b. 494
c. 434d. 212
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7. Find the number in below group of numbers which is less than 500 and is greatest ?

751, 456, 890, 485, 286

a. 485b. 456
c. 751d. 890
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