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Class IV NSO Sample Paper 8Ratings:

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Published by Nilesh Gupta

The National Science Olympiad is organized every year to motivate students to strive for better and deeper understanding of scientific facts and data and to enhance their reasoning, analytical and problem solving skills All school students from class 1st onwards are invited to participate in this unique contest that tests their understanding, level of knowledge, applications and power of reasoning.

The National Science Olympiad is organized every year to motivate students to strive for better and deeper understanding of scientific facts and data and to enhance their reasoning, analytical and problem solving skills All school students from class 1st onwards are invited to participate in this unique contest that tests their understanding, level of knowledge, applications and power of reasoning.

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01/25/2014

1.

Kavita is solving the number sentence shown below. 15

×12=

□

Which of the following methods could she use to

find the correct solution?

A.

(15 + 10) + (15 + 2)

B.

(15 + 10)

× (15 + 2)

C.

(15

× 10) × (15 × 2)

D.

(15

× 10) + (15× 2)

2.

35.50 x 50 = _____

A.

1775

B.

1775.0

C.

1775.00

D.

All of these

3.

Mr. Sharma had 265 eggs. He sold 126 eggs and broke 4 eggs. How many eggs had he left?

A.

130

B.

135

C.

139

D.

149

4.

1.00 a.m. is ____

A.

0100 hours

B.

1000 hours

C.

1300 hours

D.

0001 hours

5.

During the fair, the ice cream shop sold 362 chocolate ice cream cones and 286 vanilla ice cream cones. How manyice cream cones did the shop sell in all?

A.

76

B.

524

C.

548

D.

648

6.

A tower of brick is built so that each new brick that is placed on top of two bricks is the product of the numbers onthese two bricks. Then values of A and B are

A.

2, 8

B.

3, 2

C.

2, 4

D.

4, 2

7.

If the pattern below continues, how many circles will be there in the column 5?

A.

8

B.

10

C.

16

D.

20

8.

There are 12 marbles on the floor. Santa picked up 1/2 of the 12 marbles and Amit picked up 114 of the 12 marbles.How many marbles were picked up?

A.

2

B.

5

C.

9

D.

10

9.

What is another way of writing 4 x 5 = 20?

A.

16

÷4 = 4

B.

20

÷5 = 4

C.

25

÷5 = 5

D.

30

÷5 = 6

10.

1203 x 1197=

A.

143991

B.

1439991

C.

149911

D.

144991

11.

Which of the following is the longest?

A.

9 km

B.

99 m

C.

999 m

D.

9999 cm

12.

The difference between 7 hrs 25 minutes and 3 hrs 45 minutes is

A.

4 hrs 15 minutes

B.

3 hrs 40 minutes

C.

4 hrs 45 minutes

D.

4 hrs 65 minutes

13.

2 and 5 are factors of

A.

10

B.

5

C.

2

D.

15

14.

Ramesh, Sunil, Anil and Bhanu are friends. They all collect toy cars. This graph shows how many toy cars each of them hasFrom this graph we can say

A.

Anil has one-third the number of cars Ramesh has

B.

Three children have more than 20 cars

C.

Sunil has twice as many cars as Anil

D.

Anil has one car less than Bhanu

15.

How many can fit in

A.

3

B.

6

C.

15

D.

54

16.

What is the another way of representing the number 109?

A.

2

× 5 + 9

B.

10 + 9

C.

10

× 9

D.

2

× 50 + 9

17.

Each figure given here is shaded to represent a fraction. Which pair of figures makes a statement that is true?

A.

=

B.

=

C.

=

D.

=

18.

How many grams are there in 10 kg?

A.

100 grams

B.

1000 grams

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