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FF Techfest" NISG SOF NATIONAL SCIENCE OLYMPIAD 2017-18 Cre PAPER SET Iolo T OPEN THIS BOOKLET Namez... Section... Olympiad Roll No... Contact No. Guidelines for the Candidate ‘You wl get addtional ten minutes to fil up information about yourself on the OMA Sheet, before the stat ofthe exam. 2, Wite your Name, School Code, Class, Section, Roll No. and Mobile Number clemy on the OMR Sheet and da not forget to sign it ‘We wil share your marks / result on your mobile number. 8. The Question Paper comprises three sections: Logleal Reasoning (10 Questions), Selence (35 Questions) and Achlevers Section (5 Questions) Each queetion in Achievers Section carries 3 merks, whereas all other questions carry one mark each, 4, Al questions are compulsory, There is na negative marking. Use of caloulator is not permitted, 5, There is only ONE correct answer, Choose only ONE option for an answer. 6. To mark you choice of answers by darkening the circles on the OMR Sheet, use HB Penell or Blue / Black ball point pen oniy. E., 2.16: inthe water cycle, condensation isthe process of, ‘A. Water vapour cooling down and tuning into aliquid ——_B. loe warming up end turning into a liquid C. Liquid cooling down and turing into ice . Liquid warming up and turing into water vapour As the correct answer fs option A, you must darken the circle corresponding to option A in the OMA Sheet 7. Rough work should be cone in the blank space providad inthe booklet ‘8, tum the OMR Sheet to the invgilator atthe end of the exam. 9. Please filin your personal detals in the space provided on this page before attemoting the paper. 10. For classes 8, 9 & 10, “innovation Challenge” is being conducted by Techfest lIT Bombay in association with SOF. For details, please turn to last page. 16. ®OO i I ite 150) cias2-9 | 5008 | Level ee Agee) Be 16 Select a figure from the options which will complete the given figure series, TERRES , GSR0 oNGNGN 2 Nie a 2] » ES c. 4 » (A 7 oN ° fh) > te stands fr addition «stands for subtraction’ sion’; ‘{’ stands for ‘multiplication’ and’ f'stands for ‘equal to’, then which of the following, options is ineorret? A 215¢6-92 76 B3 370313 79 © 3l6f253e615 D.7fse443satz ‘Three positions of a dice are given. Find the symbol ‘opposite to symbol op> D4} Anumber arrangement machine, when given an input line of numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and the steps of rearrangement. 85 16 36 04 19 97 63 09 97 85 16 36 04 19 63 09 Step II : 97 85 63 16 36 04 19 09 Step Il: 97 85 63 36 16 04 19 09 Step IV: 97 85 63 36 19 16 04 09 Step V 97 85 63 36 19 16.09 04 ‘Step V is the last step for this input. ‘As per the rules followed in the above steps, which of the following is the last step of the given input? Input : 88 26 07 36 11 64 21 Rats ee? D. VII How many pairs of letters are there in the word EXCLAMATORY which have as many letters between ‘Two unequal masses P and Q moving along straight lines are brought to rest by applying equal retarding forces, If P moves twice the time as Q, but goes only (1.3)" of the distance covered by Q before coming to rest, the ratio of their initial velocities is Cazae aD ez 1 Mass of a man is 80 kg. He stands on a weighing scale in a lift which is moving upwards with a uniform them in the word as in the English alphabet? 6. Which of the following options satisfies the given ‘Venn diagram? ‘A. English, French, German B. Mothers, Females, Cricketers C. Prime numbers, Integers, Even numbers, D. Planets, Mars, Sun 7. Count the number of triangles and minimum number of straight lines respectively in the given figure. A. 30,11 B. 28,13 D, None of these C. 26,14 8. Inwhich of the following figures, Fig. (X) is exactly embedded as one of its parts? Fie. 00, a [ce] » [6a] « [sa] > [B 9. Find the correct water image of Fig.(X). a a4 ie Fig. OD Ni EN < x 10. Read the following information carefully and answer the question that follows. ( P Q:means P is the father of Q i) P + Q means P is the sister of Q (Gii)P SQ means P is the brother of Q. iv) P# Q means P is the wife of Q. How is A related to Bin"A+C$D 4B" A. Mother B, Aunt . Sisterin-law D. Mother-in-law acceleration of 5 m s*, What would be the reading ‘on the scale? (g= 10 ms”) A. zero -B. 400N C. 10ND. 1200N 13. The given diagram shows the water tank and the position of the shower head in the bathroom of a ‘household. The water pressure must be KPa inorder to ‘function shower head effeetively. The density of water is, 1000 kg m”, Find the minimum height that a plumber must raise the water tank to, so that the water pressure at the shower head can be 8 kPa (Assume pipe of sufficient length is given.) ‘atest 03 a e| howe? head B.03m C. 0Sm_ D. Im 14. A positively charged rod is moved near conducting sphere as shown. What will positively _/*) bbe the movements of the chased rog/4,/ electrons and protons in the are conducting sphere? sphere Electrons. Protons A. Move to left Move to right B, Move to right Move to left CC. Do not move Move to left Do not move D. Move to left 15. The diagram shows three waves X, Y and Z displayed, on the screen of the oscilloscope connected to a microphone when three different sounds are made in front of the microphone. Dispasement en) Displacement (x) Time () b> Time = ¥ isplacment() ma A Time @) ea Which of the following statements is correct regarding, different sounds? A. Sound X has a higher pitch than sound Y. B. Sound has the same pitch as sound Z. C. Sound ¥ is louder than sound Z. D, Sound ¥ has a lower piteh than sound Z. 16, Read the given statements and select the correct option. Statement 1 : The blood pressure in human is greater at the feet than at the brain Statement 2 : In a liquid, pressure at any point is proportional to the height, density of the liquid and the acceleration due to gravity. A. Both statements 1 and 2 are true and statement 2 is the correct explanation of statement 1 B. Both statements | and 2 are true but statement 2 is, not the correct explanation of statement | C. Statement 1 is true but statement 2 is false. D. Both statements 1 and 2 are false. 7. 20. 2. ‘The maximum vertical distance through which @ fully dressed astronaut can jump on the earth is 0.5 m. Estimate the maximum vertical distance throwgh which he can jump on the moon, which has a mean density (2/3)" that of the earth and radius one quarter that of the earth, A3m — B 6m D. 9m Iftwo plane mirrors are inclined at an angle of 60° to each other, how many images of an object are seen? A. Only 3 B. Only 4 C. Only 5 D. None of these ‘A man of mass 70 kg is standing on a bus which is moving at a speed of 70 km hr'. At one point of his journey, he jumps upward to a height of 30 em. Where does he land his feet on the floor of the bus again? A. At the same spot where he was standing. B, Acshortdistance behind where he was standing CC. Along distance behind where he was standing. D, Along distance in front of where he was standing ‘The gravitational force between two masses kept at a certain distance is p N. The same two masses are now kept in water and the distance between them is same. Ifthe gravitational force between these two masses in water is q N, then AL p=q C. pag B. p< D. None of these Read the given statements and select the correct option. Statement 1 : The loudness or softness of a sound is determined basically by its amplitude. ‘Statement? : Theamplitude ofthe sound wave depends upon the force with which an object is made to vibrate. A. Both statements 1 and 2 are true and statement 2 is the correct explanation of statement 1 B, Both statements 1 and 2 are true but statement 2 is not the correct explanation of statement 1. C. Statement 1 is true but statement 2is false. 1D. Both statements | and 2 are fase Which of the following statements is/are correct? Cones in our eyes are sensitive to bright light. (Gi) The type of lens in our eyes is concave. (iii) in cataract, eye lens becomes clouded. (iv) Splitting of white fight into its colours is known as scattering of light A. (i) Only B. (and (iv) only C. ii) and Gii)only ——_D._(i) and Git) only Which of the following statements are correct? 1. Apure substancehas ixedmeltingand boiling points. IL, Ifa liquid is impure, it will boil over a range of temperatures but will freeze at a fixed temperature, IIL, Ifthe pressure acting on a liquid is increased, the boiling point will increase. TV. A pure orange juice will have a fixed boiling point A. Land Ill only B. Land Il only C. MlandIV only D. L, [and IV only NSO Class-9 | Set | Love | SF =e