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IMO Stage-II Exam.-2017

Memory Based Questions

CLASS-8

MATHEMATICS Date : 12-02-2017

4 4 Q.5 Solve :

1 1

3 4 1 2a 1 165

The square root of 2 2 is

4 3 54(3a 8)(9a 7) 2 2a ( 4a 1) 2

Q.1 3a 3 a 2

1 1

3 4

4 3 1 5

31(5 3a ) a 2 (1 4a ) 3a

7 1 a a

(A) 1 (B) 1

12 12 (A) a = 1 (B) a = 0

5 1 (C) a = 2 (D) a = 2

(C) 5 (D) 7

12 12

Q.6 Sam has 3 identical squares. He places one

square on top of 2 squares as shown in the

Q.2 Observe the given number line and find the

figure. What is the area of the overlap?

value of P + Q + R + S.

(C) 2.2 (D) 5.0

(A) 88 cm2 (B) 92 cm2

Q.3 How many digits are required for numbering (C) 78 cm2 (D) 112 cm2

the pages of a book having 300 pages?

(A) 299 (B) 492 Q.7 If 0.01 0.0064 = x, then x2 + x + 1 =

(C) 789 (D) 792 ________ .

(A) 1.39 (B) 13.9

Q.4 Which of the following statements is (C) 0.39 (D) 0.3

incorrect?

(A) To construct a unique quadrilateral, four Q.8 What must be subtracted from x4 x3 + x2

sides and one diagonal should be given 4x + 8 to get x3 + x2 + x 1?

(B) To construct a unique quadrilateral, three (A) x4 2x3 5x + 9

sides and both the diagonals should be (B) x4 x3 + x2 + 4x 8

given (C) x4 + x2 4x + 8

(C) To construct a unique quadrilateral, two (D) x4 x3 x2 + 4x 8

adjacent sides and three diagonals should

be given. Q.9 Number of prime factors in

(D) To construct a unique quadrilateral, two (3) 28 (35) 24 (5)16 ( 4)12

is

adjacent sides and three angles should be ( 28)12 (21)11

given (A) 3 (B) 4 (C) 5 (D) 15

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Q.10 Given below consists of a question followed Q.13 Both u and v vary inversely with each other,

by three statements. You have to study the when u is 15, v is 5. Then, which of the

question and the statements and decide which following is not a possible pair of

of the statements is/are necessary to answer corresponding values?

the question. (A) 25 and 3 (B) 10 and 7.5

In how many years will a sum of money put (C) 15 and 4 (D) 30 and 2.5

at simple interest triple itself?

I. The interest earned in 4 years is half the Q.14 Which of the following statements is correct?

sum. (A) There are finite rational numbers between

II. The rate of interest is 12%. any two rational numbers.

III. The sum doubles itself in 8 years at

(B) The additive inverse of the rational

simple interest.

x

(A) Any one of the three number is 1 and vice-versa.

(B) Any two of the three y

(C) All I, II and III (C) The rational number 1 is additive identity

(D) II and III only of rational numbers.

(D) Rational numbers are closed under the

Q.11 In the given figure (not drawn to scale), operations of addition, subtraction and

ABCD is a parallelogram. BFE and CDE are multiplication.

straight lines and BF = CF. Find the values of

m and n respectively.

4x 2 25y 2 2x 5y

Q.15 Solve : .

16x 4 625y 4

( 2x 5y)(4 x 2 5y 2 )

(A)

2x 5 y 1

2x 5 y 1

(B)

( 4x 25y 2 )(2x 5y)

2

2x 5 y 1

(C)

( 4x 25y 2 )(2x 5y)

2

(A) 11, 110 (B) 11, 116

(C) 17, 110 (D) 17, 116 2x 5y 1

(D)

( 4x 25y 2 )(2x 5y)

2

quadrilateral PQRS, where PQ = 5.5 cm, QR (Direction 16-18) : The given pie-chart gives the

= 8.5 cm, P = 75, Q = 105, R = 120. marks scored in an examination by a student

Which of the following is a wrong step? in Science, Social Studies (S.St.), General

(i) Draw PQ = 5.5 cm Knowledge (G.K.), Mathematics and English.

(ii) Draw XPQ = 75 at P and PQY = If the total marks obtained by the student is

105 at Q. 720. Then answer the following questions.

(iii) With Q as centre and radius QR = 5.5

cm, draw an arc to interest QY at R.

(iv) At R, draw PSR = 120 such that RT

meets PX at S.

PQRS is the required quadrilateral.

(A) (iii) only

(B) (ii) & (iv) only

(C) (iii) & (iv) only

(D) (iv) only

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Q.16 Total marks obtained by the student in Q.24 The area of the given rectangle ABCD is 180

English and Mathematics is _________ . cm2. EF divides the rectangle into two equal

(A) 300 (B) 160 parts. If DP = PQ = QC, find the ratio of the

(C) 400 (D) 280 area of triangle DFQ to the area of triangle

DEF.

Q.17 Difference between the highest and lowest

marks obtained, by the student is _________ .

(A) 300 (B) 200

(C) 500 (D) 180

Science is what percent of total marks?

(A) 23.52% (B) 30.64%

(C) 31.94% (D) None of these

(A) 3 : 4 (B) 1 : 2

Q.19 What least value must be given to * so that (C) 2 : 3 (D) 1 : 3

the number 42573* is exactly divisible by 72?

(A) 4 (B) 5 Q.25 If the difference between simple and

(C) 6 (D) 7 compound interest (compounded annually) on

a sum of money for 2 years at 10% per annum

Q.20 Find the ratio of the area of a square to that of 65, then the sum is -

is

the square drawn on its diagonal. 6500

(A) 6565

(B)

(A) 1 : 2 (B) 1 : 2 65065

(C) 65650

(D)

(C) 2 : 1 (D) 2 :1

Q.26 840.

The total cost price of two watches is

Q.21 The sum of two numbers is 15. If the sum of

One is sold at a profit of 16% and the other at

5 a loss of 12%. There is no loss or gain in the

their reciprocal is , then find the

18 whole transaction. The cost price of the watch

difference between the numbers. on which the shopkeeper gains, is -

(A) 6 (B) 3 (C) 1 (D) 5 360

(A) 370

(B)

380

(C) 390

(D)

Q.22 Which of the following statements is/are

correct?

(i) A point whose y-coordinate is zero and Q.27 If 12 men or 18 women can do a piece of

x-coordinate is non-zero will lie on y-axis. work in 14 days, how long will 8 men and 16

(ii) A point whose x-coordinate is zero and women take to finish the work?

y-coordinate is 7 will lie on y-axis. (A) 9 days (B) 10 days

(iii) The coordinates of the origin are (0, 0). (C) 12 days (D) 14 days

(A) Only (i) (B) Both (ii) and (iii)

(C) Only (ii) (D) (i), (ii) & (iii) Q.28 A covered wooden box has the inner

dimensions as 115 cm, 75 cm and 35 cm and

Q.23 The value of the thickness of wood is 2.5 cm. The volume

of the wood is -

1197 760 556 385 206 361 is (A) 81000 cu. cm

(B) 81775 cu. cm

(A) Fifth multiple of 5

(C) 82125 cu. cm

(B) Fifth multiple of 7

(C) Seventh multiple of 6 (D) None of these

(D) Fourth multiple of 5

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Q.29 The average of marks of 28 students in Q.32 The given table shows the number of books

Mathematics was 50; 8 students left the read by each student in a class of 30 students.

school and then the average increased by 5. One of the numbers in the table is missing.

What is the average of marks obtained by the

Number of books read

students who left the school? 0 8 -

by each student

(A) 37.5 marks

Number of students 10 15 5

(B) 42.5 marks

(C) 45 marks The average number of books read by the

(D) 50.5 marks students in the class is 6.

What is the missing number?

(A) 10 (B) 15

Q.30 If the given figure O and O2 are the centre of

(C) 12 (D) 8

the bigger circle of radius 3 cm and the

smaller circle of radius 1.5 cm respectively 3

and O1 is the centre of the semi-circle of Q.33 At a fruit stall, the price of a pear is th the

5

radius 1 cm, all lying on diameter AB. Find price of an orange. The price of an apple is

the area of shaded region. half the price of a pear. What is the ratio of

the price of an orange to the price of a pear to

the price of an apple?

(A) 6 : 5 : 3 (B) 10 : 3 : 3

O (C) 6 : 3 : 5 (D) 10 : 6 : 3

= QT, QTS = 50. Find RST and RQT.

(A) 92/7 cm2 (B) 88/7 cm2

(C) 89/21 cm2 (D) 18/7 cm2

certain score in the first round to qualify for

the second round. There were 180

participants in the first round and the table (A) 5, 35 (B) 15, 15

shows the number of participants for each (C) 10, 35 (D) 10, 30

score.

Score Number of Participants Q.35 Estimate, correct to 1 significant figure, the

0 15 37.997 24.9078

value of .

1 10 49.5346

2 20 (A) 3

3 45 (B) 3.1

(C) 0.3

4 55

(D) None of these

5 or more 35

25% of the participants did not qualify for the Q.36 If 6 of the interior angles of nonagon are x

second round. From the table, what was the each and the remaining interior angles are

lowest score for a participant who qualified each 174, find the value of x.

for the second round? (A) 120 (B) 123

(A) 5 (B) 2 (C) 115 (D) 183

(C) 3 (D) 4

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Q.37 Arrange the following numbers in ascending Q.41 The smallest fraction which should be

10 1 3 1 7

order. 0.031, , 0.31, 31 % subtracted from the sum of 1 , 2 , 5 ,

31 11 4 2 12

1 10 1 1

(A) 0.031, 0.31, 31 %, 3 and 2 to make the result a greatest one

11 31 3 4

10 1 digit number, is -

(B) , 0.031, 31 %, 0.31 5 7 1 5

31 11 (A) (B) (C) (D) 6

12 12 2 12

1 10

(C) 0.31, 31 %, 0.031,

11 31

Q.42 If the average of m numbers is n2 and that of

1 10

(D) 31 %, 0.31, , 0.031 n numbers is m2, then the average of (m + n)

11 31 numbers is -

(A) (m n) (B) mn

Q.38 The largest four digit number exactly (C) (m + n) (D) (m/n)

divisible by each of 12, 15, 18 and 27 is -

(A) 9690 (B) 9720 Q.43 Which greatest number will divide 3026

(C) 9930 (D) 9960 and 5053 leaving remainders 11 and 13

respectively?

Q.39 Find x if (39% of 640) + (x % of 590) = (A) 15 (B) 30 (C) 45 (D) 60

414.8.

Q.44 1300 are divided among A, B, C and D in

(A) 24 (B) 28

(C) 31 (D) 32 such a way that :

A ' s share B' s share C' s share 2

= = =

Q.40 The weight of Earth is B' s share C' s share D' s share 3

5983000000000000000000000 kg. Express it What is A's share?

in standard form. (A) 320 (B)

240 (C)

160 (D)

140

(A) 5983 1024

(B) 598.3 1024 Q.45 A star is 8.1 1013 km away from the earth.

(C) 59.83 1024 Suppose light travels at the speed of 3.0 105

(D) 5.983 1024 km per second. How long will it take from

star to reach the earth?

(A) 7.5 103 hrs (B) 7.5 104 hrs

10

(C) 2.7 10 sec (D) 2.7 1011 sec

ACHIEVERS SECTION

Q.46 Match the following : Q.47 State 'T' for true or 'F' for false.

Column-I Column-II I. A triangle which is an equilateral triangle

may not be equiangular.

3

P. 288 3 1296 3 45 3 600 = i. 2 II. All squares are rectangles.

Q. 243 133 113 = ii. 140 III. The sum of all exterior angles of a

quadrilateral is 360.

(946 157) 2 (946 157) 2 IV. The angle sum property of a pentagon is

R. = iii. 2160

946 946 157 157 (5 2) 180 = 540.

S. (64)2 (36)2 = 20 x, then x = iv. 10296 V. The sum of all interior angles of n-sided

polygon is (2n 4) right angle.

(A) P (iii); Q (iv); R (i); S (ii)

I II III IV V

(B) P (iv); Q (iii); R (i); S (ii) (A) F T T T T

(C) P (iii); Q (iv); R (ii); S (i) (B) F T T F F

(C) T F T T F

(D) P (iv); Q (iii); R (ii); S (i)

(D) T T T F F

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Q.48 Find the values of P, Q and R. Q.50 Study the given pattern.

Principal Rate of Time Difference

Interest Between

C.I. & S.I.

5000

10% p.a. P

3 years

Q

10% p.a. 650

2 years

5000

R % p.a. 72

2 years (a) Which algebraic expression is used to

P Q R find the number of cubes in nth pattern?

(A) 150 9500 12 (b) Which pattern will have 161 cubes?

(B) 155 6500 12 (a) (b)

(C) 250 6500 10 (A) 4n + 1 24

2

(D) 155 9500 12 (B) n + 4 24

(C) n2 + 4 40

Q.49 Four identical coins are placed in a square. (D) 4n + 1 40

For each coin, the ratio of area to

circumference is same as the ratio of

circumference to area. Then, find the area of

the square that is not covered by the coins.

96 80

(A) sq. units (B) sq. units

7 3

95 32

(C) sq. units (D) sq. units

8 5

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