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IMO Stage-II Exam.-2016

CLASS-8

MATHEMATICS

Q.1

Q.2

quantities of mixtures of milk and water,

whose measurements are 403 kg, 434 kg and

465 kg. What biggest measure must be there

to measure all the different quantities

exactly ?

(A) 1 kg (B) 7 kg (C) 31 kg (D) 41 kg

Three rational numbers lying between

and

1

3

, 0,

2

4

1

1

, 0,

(C)

4

4

(A)

Q.3

Q.4

together are approximately what per cent of

the total number of girls in colleges A, B and

C together ?

(A) 87 % (B) 75 % (C) 70 % (D) 88 %

Q.5

boys in college D to the number of boys in

college B ?

(A) 5 : 4

(B) 8 : 9

(C) 4 : 5

(D) 9 : 8

Q.6

AFGB, CFE and CGD are straight lines.

Find y.

3

4

1

are 2

Date : 14-02-2016

1 1 3

, ,

4 4 4

5

1

, 0,

(D)

4

4

(B)

x6

2x 1

x4

+

=0

x5

x4

x2

(B) 2

(C) 2

(D) 1

Solve for x :

(A) 3

carefully and answer the questions given below :

Total number of Boys and Girls In Various

Colleges

(A) 90

(C) 94

Q.7

(A) A cuboid has 4 faces.

(B) A cylinder has 2 flat faces.

(C) A sphere has 1 vertex.

(D) A cone has no vertex.

Q.8

any of the following properties ?

All sides are equal.

All angles are right angles.

Opposite sides are parallel.

(A) P

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(B) 86

(D) 92

(B) Q

(C) R

(D) S

1

Q.9

probability of getting at least two tails ?

(A)

Q.10

1

4

(B)

1

2

(C)

3

8

(D)

7

8

x

remains constant

y

(C) x + y remains constant.

(D) x y remains constant.

If x =

1

3

2

2

3

(A) 62

2

(C)

3

Q.13

3

(B)

2

12

3

(D)

2

5 ), ( 5 3 ),

7 ) and ( 11 9 ) is .. .

(A) ( 7 5 )

(B) ( 5 3 )

(C) ( 9 7 )

(D) ( 11 9 )

equal. If their areas are respectively A m2 and

B m2, then which of the following is a true

statement ?

(A) A < B

(B) A B

(D) 38

Q.16

( 9

10

(C) 52

obtain a number which is a perfect cube ?

(A) 35

(B) 25

(C) 15

(D) 5

x .

2

(A)

3

(B) 28

Q.15

Q.12

and CDE are straight lines, ACE is a right

angle, DF || CG}||BH. Find y.

each other, then (A)

Q.11

Q.14

3 1 1

3

+ =

+

is an example to show

8 7 7

8

commutative

(B) Rational numbers are closed under

addition.

(C) Addition of rational numbers is

associative.

(D) Rational numbers are distributive under

addition.

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Q.17

The value of

is

856 856 167 167

equal to (A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 689

(D) 1023

Q.18

then 0 is called (A) Identity for addition of rational numbers

(B) Additive inverse of x

(C) Multiplicative inverse of x

(D) Reciprocal of x

Q.19

Solve for x :

(A) 10

Q.20

3

2

5

= 2

x 1 x 1 x 1

(B) 12

(C) 8

(D) 9

each other, then p

(A)

remains constant

q

(B) p + q remains constant

(C) p q remains constant

(D) p q remains constant

2

Q.21

( 81)

Q.27

been sold at ` 80 less, the seller would have

lost 10 %. What was the cost price of the

machine ?

(A) ` 350

(B) ` 400

(C) ` 450

(D) ` 520

Q.28

are in the ratio 2 : 3 : 4 and its volume is 9000

cm3. The smallest side has a length .. .

(A) 10 cm

(B) 15 cm

(C) 20 cm

(D) 30 cm

Q.29

solid ?

25

2 / 3

( 64 )

(16) 1 / 4

1

(A)

54

Q.22

?

(B)

The value of

1

54

(C)

341

341

(D)

270

270

x 2 ( y z) 2

y 2 ( x z) 2

+

+

( x z) 2 y 2

( x y) 2 z 2

z 2 ( x y) 2

is equal to ( y z) 2 x 2

(A) 1

Q.23

Q.24

(B) 0

(C) 1

(D) 1/2

than its width. If the length is decreased by 12

m and the width is increased by 10 m, the

area decrease by 24 m2. Find the original

length and width of the field respectively.

(A) 18 m, 7m

(B) 9m, 5m

(C) 7m, 5m

(D) 12m , 5m

In the given figure (not drawn to scale),

ABCD is a trapezium with AB parallel to DC,

ADE is an isosceles triangle with AD = AE.

Find AEB and EAB respectively

(A) 105; 34

(C) 41; 105

(B) 105; 41

(D) 105; 54

Q.25

probability of getting a multiple of 4 as the

product of numbers 1

7

1

5

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

2

12

12

12

Q.26

for 2 years is ` 1590. What will be the simple

interest on this sum ?

(A) ` 1500

(B) ` 1540

(C) ` 1470

(D) ` 1530

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(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

Q.30

(i) Points (3, 4) and (4, 3) represent the same

point on the graph.

(ii) The y coordinate of any point laying on

the x axis will be 0.

(A) Only (i)

(B) Only (ii)

(C) both (i) and (ii)

(D) Neither (i) nor (ii)

Q.31

while constructing a rhombus ABCD in

which diagonal AC = 6.6 cm and AB = 5 cm.

(1) Join AB, BC, CD and DA.

(2) Again with C as centre and radius equal

to 5 cm draw two arcs one above the line

segment AC a another below the line

segment AC cutting first two arcs at point

D and B respectively.

(3) With A as centre and radius equal to 5

cm, draw an arc above the line segment

AC and another below AC.

(4) Draw AC = 6.6 cm

(5) Then, ABCD is the required rhombus.

(A) 1 2 3 4 5

(B) 2 3 4 1 5

(C) 3 2 1 4 5

(D) 4 3 2 1 5

3

Steps of construction

(1) Draw AB = 4.3 cm

(2) At B, draw XBA = 60

(3) With B as centre and radius equal to 5 cm,

draw an arc cutting BX at C.

(4) AT C draw YCB = 120

(5) With C as centre and diameter equal to 4.5

cm, draw an arc cutting CY at D

(6) Join AD.

ABCD is the required quadrilateral.

(A) Step 3

(B) Step 4

(C) Step 5

(D) Both A and C

Direction (31 and 33) : The given pie chart shows the

break-up of the cost of construction of a house.

Assuming that the total cost of construction is

` 600000, answer the questions given below :

Q.32

Q.33

Q.34

(A) ` 200000

(B) ` 160000

(C) ` 120000

(D) ` 100000

The amount spent on cement, steel and

supervision is what percent of the total cost of

construction ?

(A) 40 % (B) 45 % (C) 50 % (D) 55 %

Q.37

and mixes it with 120 kg of rice available at

` 16 per kg. At what rate per kg should he sell

the mixture to gain 20 % on the whole ?

(A) ` 12 (B) ` 18 (C) ` 15 (D) ` 16

Q.38

area of its curved surface is 220 sq. cm. The

volume of the cylinder is .

(A) 770 cm3

(B) 1000 cm3

3

(C) 1540 cm

(D) 6622 cm3

Q.39

(A) 3 units from both the axis

(B) 4 units from both the axis

(C) 4 units from the x axis and 3 units from y

axis

(D) 3 units from x axis and 4 units from y

axis

Q.40

A rectangular block 6 cm 12 cm 15 cm is

cut into exact number of equal cubes.

The least possible number of cubes will

be . .

(A) 6

(B) 11

(C) 33

(D) 40

Q.41

ABCD is a parallelogram and GBEF is

rectangle. Find x and y respectively.

F

E

solid ?

(A)

(C)

(B)

Q.35

Q.36

(A) 0

(B) 84x2y

2 2

(C) 54x y

(D) 1

Identify the INCORRECT step while

constructing a quadrilateral ABCD, given that

AB = 4.3 cm, BC = 5 cm, CD = 4.5 cm,

B = 60 and C = 120.

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D

30

90

60

A

G

(A) 30, 27

(C) 23, 30

90

67

x

B

(B) 30, 23

(D) 30, 21

4

Q.42

(A) (2x 3y) (2x 3y 4)

(B) (2x + 3y) (2x + 3y 4)

(C) (2x 3y) (2x + 3y 2)

(D) (2x + 3y) (3x + 2y 4)

Q.43

garden and arranges them so that there are as

many rows as there are mango trees in each

row. The number of rows is (A) 124

(B) 126

(C) 134 (D) 144

Q.44

Q.45

Q.47

8xy3 + 8x2y2 + 8y4 is divided by x2 + 2y2 xy

is (A) x2 2xy + 4y2 and 0

(B) x2 4xy + 5y2 and 2

(C) x2 6xy + 4y2 and 2

(D) x2 + 2xy 4y2 and 0

Q.48

statements. You have to study the question

and the two statements given to decide which

of the statement (s) is/are required to answer

the questions.

What is the are of the right-angled triangle ?

field are equal. If the area of the square field

is 12100 m2, the area of the circular field will

be (A) 15500 m2

(B) 15400 m2

(C) 15200 m2

(D) 15300 m2

(II) Perimeter of triangle is four times its

base.

(A) Only I

(B) Only II

(C) Both I and II

(D) Data inadequate

are

Q.49

(A) (0, 2)

(C) (3, 2)

(B) (2, 3)

(D) (3, 0)

divisible by 12.

ACHIEVERS SECTION

Q.46

triangle XYZ.

= 10 cm, AM = 20, AN = 50 cm, AO = 60

cm, AD = 90 cm, FM = 20 cm, EO = 60 cm,

CN = 40 cm and BL = 30 cm.

the measure of angle Y.

measure of angle X.

40.

Which of the following is true for all four

statements for angles X, Y and Z ?

(A) mX = 72, mY = 60, mZ = 84

(B) mX = 48, mY = 60, mZ = 84

(A) 337.5 cm2

(C) 5500 cm2

(D) 5050 cm2

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(D) mX = 48, mY = 60, mZ = 72

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Q.50

Column-I

(i) A shopkeeper gives two

successive discounts on an

article marked ` 450. The

first discount given is 10 %.

If the customer pays

` 344.25 for the article, the

second discount given is

(ii) A fan is listed at ` 1500 and

a discount of 20 % is

offered on the list price.

What additional discount

must be offered to the

customer to bring the net

price to ` 1104 ?

(iii) A retailer buys a sewing

machines at a discount of

15 % and sells it for

` 1955. Thus, he makes a

profit of 15 %. The

discount he get is

Column-II

(ii) ` 300

(b) 15 %

(c)

8%

(B) (i) (b), (ii) (c), (iii) (a)

(C) (i) (c), (ii) (a), (iii) (b)

(D) (i) (b), (ii) (a), (iii) (c)

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