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## Guidelines for the Candidate

1. You will get additional ten minutes to fill up information about yourself
on the Answer Sheet, before the start of the exam.

## 2. The Question Paper comprises four sections: Logicat Reasoning

(10 Questions), Mathematical Reasoning (10 Questions), Everyday
Mathematics (10 Questions) and Achievers Section (5 Questions)

## Each question in Achievers Section carries 2 marks each, whereas all

other questions carry one mark each.

## 3. All questions are compulsory.There is no negative marking. Use of

calculator is not permitted.

4. Write your Name, Roll No. and Class clearly on the Answer Sheet
and do not forget to sign it.

5. There is only ONE correct answer. Choose only ONE option for an

Sheet, use an HB Pencil or a Blue

## BIack ball point pen only. E.g.

Q.16; A number has nine ones, six tens and eight hundreds. What is the
number?

A.869

B. 896

C. 968

D. 986

## circle corresponding to option A in the Answer Sheet.

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7.

Rough work should be done in the blank space provided in the booklet.

8.
9.

Return the Answer Sheet to the invigilator at the end of the exam.
Write your Roll No. on the Question Paper too and take it home for
future reference.

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Second letter is thirteenth from right end.
letter is fourth from left end.
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Fifth letter is first from left end.
Sixth letter is same as second letter.

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ry/e^n^na drinks 16 gtasses of water in 1 day. lf she drinks the same amount of water
everyday, how much water will she drink in 1 week?
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B. 92
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Mrs. Garg goes to the dance show with her two kids, one friend and friend's two kids.
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SO/Cntrag sold 125 pizzas and 90 chocolates. lf Yogesh sold 20 less pizzas and 10 less
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B. 230 pizzas and 170 chocolates
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337Mr. Jindal wrote a 3-digit number on the blackboard. Three students Giya, Megha and
Piya said the following about that number :
Giya : "lt is a 3-digit number but not the least".
Megha : "lt is 153 less than the predecessor of greatest 3-digit number".
Piya : "lt is having thlee different digits".
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