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Practice these papers for NCO Stage II examination .

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SAMPLE PAPER FOR

NATIONAL CYBER

OLYMPIAD (NCO) STAGE-II

CLASS -V

Name : ____________________________________________ Roll No. : _______________________________

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

1.Before answering the paper, fill up the required details in the blank space provided in theanswer sheet.2.Write your Name and Roll No. in the space provided in the bottom of this booklet.3.Blank papers, clip boards, log tables, slide rule, calculators, mobile or any other electronicgadgets in any form is not allowed.4.Paper carries 50 questions each of 1 (one) mark.5.There is no negative marking. Do not spend too much time on a particular question.6.No rough sheets will be provided by the invigilators. All the rough work is to be done in theblank space provided in the question paper.7.In case of any dispute, the answer filled in the OMR sheet available with the institute shallbe final.Time : 1 Hr.Max. Marks : 50

NCO _CLASS-V_PAGE # 1

(Space For Rough Work)

MATHEMATICS

1.

Which list shows the first five positive multiples of 2?(A) 2, 3, 4, 5, 6(B) 2, 4, 6, 8, 10(C) 2, 20, 200, 2,000, 20,000(D) 2, 22, 222, 2,222, 22,222

2.

Number Y is a multiple of 8. It is between 20 and 30. It is also a factor of 48. What is number Y?(A) 26(B) 28(C) 24(D) 22

3.

Prateek needs 24 balloons for a party. He has 15 balloons already. Which equation would you use to findhow many balloons Prateek still needs for the party?(A) 24 - 17 =

…………

..

(B) 24 + 15 =

……………

(C) 15 +

……………

= 24

(D) 15

× 9 =

………………

.

4.

Which sign belongs to the box to make the number sentence true?196

÷ 7= 14

2(A)

×

(B) +(C)

÷

(D) -

5.

Pair of parallel lines in the given figure is ________.

ACDB

(A) 1(B) 2(C) 3(D) None of these

6.

A tailor had 40 m of cloth. He sold 16.8 m of it and divided the remaining into 4 equal pieces.What was thelength of each piece of remaining cloth?(A) 4.2 m(B) 11.6 m(C) 5.8 m(D) 23.2m

7.

What is the least number you could make using all the numbers given below?6,3,8,7(A) Three thousand, six hundred seventy-eight(B) Three thousand, eight hundred seventy-six(C) Six thousand, three hundred seventy-eight(D) Six thousand, eight hundred seventy-three

8.

0.6

×10 =_____. The missing number in the blank is__________

(A) 0.06(B) 6.0(C) 0.60(D) 60

NCO _CLASS-V_PAGE # 2

(Space For Rough Work)

9.

6 ten thousands, 3 hundreds and 8 ones is ______ (A) 63800(B) 60380(C) 63080(D) 60308

10.

270.653 + 71.26 = _____.The missing number in the blank is _____ (A) 27.777(B) 341.679(C) 98.913(D) 341.913

LOGICAL AND ANALYTICAL REASONONG

Direction : (11)

Find the missing number in the following series which replaces the questions mark.

11.

2, 12, 4, 14, 6, ?(A) 3(B) 5(C) 8(D) 16

Directions : (12 to 13)

In each of the following questions, there are four choices. Three of them are alike and forma group, while one of them is different. Find the odd-man-out as directe(D)

12.

(A) Mango(B) Apple(C) Orange(D) Tomato

13.

(A) Lion(B) Cow(C) Dog(D) Cat

Directions : (14)

In each of the following questions, there are four choices. Three of them are alike and form agroup, while one of them is different. Find the odd-man-out as directe(D)

14.

(A) Wheet(B) Rice(C) Sugar(D) Gram

15.

Ram sit on the right of Jagdish and Jagdish sit on the right of joseph. Who sits in the middle ?(A) Ram(B) Jagdish(C) Joseph(D) None of these

16.

If A and B are two sons of a farmer (C) C has a daughter (D) How is D related to A ?(A) Daughter(B) Sister(C) Sister-in-law(D) Daughter - in - law

17.

Reena is smaller than Gudiya, Neelam is smaller than Poonam but taller than Gudiya who is bigestamoung them

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(A) Poonam(B) Reena(C) Pooja(D) Neelam