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This is a demo of Math Olympiad 3. Your next practice questions in a specific program will be specially tailored for you as the system learns from your previous practices!
1.   Richard has 1 more brothers than sisters. How many more brothers than sisters does his sister Niconia have?
2.  John is the tallest. George is taller than Kevin and Kevin is shorter than David. Can you make the following conclusion that "George is taller than David"?
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3.  Jennifer has 10 cards, and Richard has 20 cards. How many cards does Richard need to give Jennifer so that they have the same number of cards?
4.  Emily is 19 years old, and Tom is 9 years younger than Emily. How old will Tom be when Emily is 36 years old?
5.  Figure out how the first two sets of numbers are related and then select the number from the choices to fill the question mark so that the third set of numbers have the same relationship as the first two sets.
A) 11
B) 12
C) 8
D) 13
E) 7
6.  Find all two-digit number(s) that equals 3 times the product of its digits. Separate each number with a comma if needed.
7.  There is a string of beads. Counting by 9s, 7 more beads are needed; Counting by 10s, 8 more beads are needed. At least, how many beads are there in total? Note that the total number of beads is more than 9.
8.  Laura and George both have a certain number of the cards. The number of the cards that Laura has is twice as what George has, and what Laura has is 24 more cards than what George has. How many cards do they have respectively?(Separate the answers by a comma.)
9.  If there are 5 Thursdays within November in a year, which of the following can not be the last day of the month?
10.  How many squares can you count from the figure below? (Note that each cell in the 2x3 grid is a square).

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