- Level 1: Grade 4, 5
- Question 1
- Question 2
- Question 3
- Level 2: Grade 6
- Question 4
- Question 5
- Level 3: Grade 7, 8
- Question 6
- Question 7
- Level 4: Grade 9, 10
- Question 8

`Level 1`

: Grade 4, 5

### Question 1

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**Expected Outcome:**

Same expected outcome as the normal link. See below

**Question 1**

**Expected Output**

### Question 2

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**Question 2**

```
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------#
# Q: Draw 4 circles that touch each other and fill up the entire canvas #
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------#
circle(200, 200, 1)
```

**Expected Output**

### Question 3

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**Expected Outcome:**

Same expected outcome as the normal link. See below

**Question 3**

```
#-------------------------------#
# Q: Make the answer equal to 3 #
#-------------------------------#
answer = 56 - 7 - 1 - 4
Change the - sign to +, -, / or * and, if needed, insert brackets to make the result of the equation equal to 3
```

**Expected Output**

`Level 2`

: Grade 6

### Question 4

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**Expected Outcome:**

Same expected outcome as the normal link. See below

**Question 4**

```
#---------------------------------------------------------------#
# Q: Edit the code so that the average works in both dimensions #
#---------------------------------------------------------------#
```

**Expected Output**

### Question 5

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**Question 5**

```
#-------------------------------------------------------------#
# Q: Find and Display the Perimeter & Area of the shape drawn #
#-------------------------------------------------------------#
```

**Expected Output**

`Level 3`

: Grade 7, 8

### Question 6

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**Question 6**

```
#--------------------------------------------#
# Q: Reflect the circle along the black line #
#--------------------------------------------#
```

**Expected Output**

### Question 7

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**Question 7**

```
#--------------------------------------#
# Q: Find the Area of the white region #
#--------------------------------------#
Both Triangles are EQUILATERAL.
Area should be correctly calculated even as the triangles overlap
```

**Expected Output**

`Level 4`

: Grade 9, 10

### Question 8

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**Question 8**

```
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------#
# Q: Find the equation of y in terms of x, passing through all 3 points #
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------#
a = 0
b = 0
c = 0
y = a*x*x + b*x + c
Find the values of a, b, c for which (x1, y1), (x2, y2) and (x3, y3) all lie on the quadratic equation ax² + bx + c e
```

**Expected Output**