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Explore the Back-StoryBeing in grade 5, Mrinalini and Sharanyaa, have developed keen interest in Mathematics, such that they work with the students of Grade 4 and 5 from the School, Swapnopuron Siksha Niketan (SSN), Sundarbans, West Bengal, India. Hence, they sit with the kids from the rural Bengal online, share their Mathematical ideas with them in Bengali and conduct Math Circles, under the guidance of coordinators from SSN and Cheenta.

Mrinalini and Sharanyaa Biswas are twin sisters, who joined Cheenta's Math Olympiad Program in October, 2020 to explore and enhance their love for Mathematics. Besides doing so, they showed their interest to discuss their Mathematical ideas with the rural kids, when Cheenta announced its Math Circles initiative. They were the youngest amongst others, who showed their interests.

Their faculty, Mrs. Namrata Dutta affirmed that they had the ability to lead kids in the Math Circles discussion as she believed that they had great leadership and logical thinking abilities.

In the Math Circles, they often share and discuss problem sets curated by themselves. Try to solve some problems curated by them:

A. Lata has the least number of pets.

B. Meena has least cats than Ridha.

C. Lata has the least number of dogs.

D. Ridha has the least number of dogs.

A. 14

B. 19

C.16

D. 10

E. 20

Hope you enjoyed the problems.

The efforts that Mrinalini and Sharanyaa take to share beautiful Mathematics with the other kids is inspiring. We wish their passion for Mathematics keeps growing and they keep spreading their knowledge like this forever.

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