## July 2015 Logic & Maths Problems

1. If six apples and nine bananas cost \$1.17; and five apples and 11 bananas cost \$1.29: how much will three apples and three bananas cost?

2.
What is the total number of triangles in this diagram?

3. Jimmy’s mother had 4 children. She named the first Monday. Named the second Tuesday. The third is named Wednesday. What is the name of the fourth child?

4. I left my tent and hiked south for 3 kilometres. I turned east and hiked for 3 kilometres. I then turned north and hiked for 3 kilometres, at which time I came upon a bear inside my tent. What colour was the bear?

5. A bag of sand weighs 4 kg plus seven ninths of its weight.

How much does the bag of sand weigh?

6.
Which of the above is odd one out?

7. Three men can each mow a certain yard in the following times:
One man takes three hours
One man takes four hours
One man takes six hours
Working together at this rate, how long will it take the three men to mow the yard?

8. L. A farmer grows his cabbages in square grid patterns. This year he’s increased the size of his patch to accommodate 37 more cabbages than last year.
How many cabbages has he got growing this year?

9.  Trivius Maximus was born in 30 BC and died on his birthday in 30 AD. How old was he when he died?

10.

Which two of the six numbered pieces will fit together to make cube A?

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