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Sample SASMO Questions for Secondary Candidates (Grade 7-11)

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There are some easier questions (to encourage students) and some more difficult questions (which is why students need to prepare themselves or go for training). Some of the questions are related to what they have learnt in their school maths but require a bit of higher order thinking.

 1. Find the least value of n such that its LCM (n,16)-18.
2. A man walks for 5 metres in one direction, turns 450 to his right and walks for another 5 metres in that direction. Then he turns another 45to his right and walks for another 5 metres in that direction. He continues walking in this pattern until he reaches his original starting point. Find the total distance that the man has walked.
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Sample SASMO Questions for Primary Candidates (or Grade 2 to 6 students)

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There are some easier questions (to encourage students) and some more difficult questions (which is why students need to prepare themselves or go for training). Some of the questions are related to what they have learnt in their school maths but require a bit of higher order thinking.

1. The diagram shows some cubes of the same size stacked at a corner of a room. How many cubes are there altogether? (Note: The floor is horizontal and the two walls are vertical. There are no gaps or holes behind the visible cubes.)

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