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CLASS : 3 CLASS : 3

Class : 3 Mathematics
" What is the difference obtained when zero is subtracted
 If represents 1, what is the number represented in from a number ?
the given figure ? (A) Zero (B) The number itself
(C) One (D) Its predecessor
# Find the product of 5 and the difference between 643
and 462.
(A) 379 (B) 1895 (C) 1985 (D) 905
Hundr eds T ens Ones $ A school club has 525 members. If each member pays
12 as the membership fee, how much money is
(A) 356 (B) 653 collected ?
(C) 123 (D) 300 (A) 5725 (B) 6300
 Which of the following is the largest 4-digit number that (C) 52511 (D) 6775
can be formed using any three digits chosen from 5, 8
% Find the dividend.
and 6 ?
(A) 8865 (B) 8665 5 = 180 R 4
(C) 8655 (D) 5568 (A) 900 (B) 903 (C) 904 (D) 540

! Which digit should be placed in , so that the & A teacher brings a bag of crayons to distribute to her
class of 30 children. If she plans to give 1 set of 10
following addition is correct ?
crayons to each child and have no extra crayons, how
many crayons should be there in the bag ?
4 5 (A) 38 (B) 240 (C) 39 (D) 300
+6 3 9 ' Rupa goes for a run every evening. She starts at 5: 20
p.m. and stops at 6: 55 p.m. What is the total time she
1 0 9 2
spends on running in a week ?

(A) 4 (B) 3 (C) 2 (D) 1 (A) 11 h 50 min (B) 10 h 70 min


(C) 11 h 05 min (D) 10 h 55 min

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 How many more parts must be shaded to make the " Identify the correct descending order of the fractions.

figure shaded ? % % % % ! ! ! !
! (A) , , , (B) , , ,
 # " % ' % " 
' ' ' '    
(C) , , , (D) , , ,
 ! # % % ! ' "
# By how many centimetres is 20 m more than 20 cm ?
(A) 1890 cm (B) 1980 cm
(A) 9 (B) 18 (C) 24 (D) 23
(C) 1908 cm (D) 1990 cm
 A shopkeeper has 46 kg 750 g of rice in his stock. He
sells 28 kg 850 g of rice. How much rice is left ?  "
$ What is the difference between and ?
(A) 17 kg 900 g (B) 18 kg 900 g 9 9
(C) 27 kg 900 g (D) 17 kg 100 g 8 16 16
(A) (B) (C) (D) 8
 Rahul went to market with 60. He spent 6 on bus fare, 19 38 19
purchased a book for 11, a pen for 15 and popcorn % Rakesh has 10 one rupee coins of similar kind. He puts
for 28. How much money was left with him ? them exactly one on the other. Which shape is formed
(A) 21 (B) 12 by such an arrangement ?
(C) 13 (D) He was left with no money. (A) Circle (B) Cylinder
! The figure given is made up of 3 identical rectangles. (C) Cube (D) Cone
8 cm
& One more than which number is 72500 ?
8 cm

(A) 71499 (B) 72499


16 cm

(C) 72501 (D) 72500


4 3 5
' What is the sum of , and ?
13 13 13

Find the perimeter of the whole figure. 12 12 13 11


(A) (B) (C) (D)
(A) 98 cm (B) 112 cm (C) 120 cm (D) 128 cm 39 13 13 13

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Class : 3 General Science


4 4 4 4
 The fractions , , and are arranged in ascending $ Balu sorted his lunch items into two groups. The chart
12 6 ' 8
order. Which fraction is in the third place ? (Count from shows his groups. What could Balu add to the things in
the left.) group 2 ?

4 4 4 4 Group 1 Group 2
(A) (B) (C) (D) Sandwich Tomato soup
6 8 9 12
Corn chips Milk
 How many cubes are there in the solid given in the
figure ? Banana ?
(A) Mango Juice (B) Mango Candy
(C) Mango Pickles (D) Mango Jelly
% Which time of day does the sun appear above our head
in the sky ?
(A) 8 (B) 6 (C) 7 (D) 10 (A) Midnight (B) Noon

By how much is 51 km more than 40 km ? (C) Sunrise (D) Sunset

(A) 10 km (B) 11 km & The leaves of pine trees are small and needle-like. This
is an adaptation to their original living environment, in
(C) 9 km (D) 6 km this temperature and tundra regions, where heavy snow
! What is the sum of the first five multiples of 8 ? can fall for long periods of time. Which statement
explains the purpose of having small and needle-like
(A) 90 (B) 60 (C) 30 (D) 120 leaves ?
" Which of the following numbers has 8 as factor ? (A) They present a smaller area for the plant to capture
(A) 136 (B) 228 (C) 842 (D) 748 sunlight for making more food.
(B) They help prevent animals from eating them.
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# Find an equivalent fraction of . (C) They help prevent snow from collecting on the
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leaves.
% & % %
(A) (B) (C) (D) (D) They enable the pine tree to make more food when
% !# %# !# sunlight is available.

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' Use the pictures below to answer the question. !! Which of these help Ravi to know how hot it is outside ?

Foot 1 Foot 2 Foot 3 Foot 4


(A) (B)
Which foot is the best for swimming ?
Hand lens
(A) Foot 1 (B) Foot 2 Thermometer
(C) Foot 3 (D) Foot 4
! Maya has a hand lens. She uses it to see the root hairs
on a plant’s root. How does the hand lens help her ? (C) (D)
Ruler
(A) It makes the root hairs look smaller. Weighing Machine
(B) It makes the root hairs look green.
!" There are so many systems working in your body. They
(C) It makes the root hairs grow. all have to work together to keep you alive. Which of
(D) It makes the root hairs look larger. the following organs controls and tells them what work
they should do ?
! Which plant parts are shown in the given diagram ?

Part X Part Y X
(A) Root Stem
(A) (B)
(B) Fruit Fruit
Heart Brain
(C) Seed Root Y
(D) Fruit Root

! What happens to an ice cube if you put it in a sunny


place ? (C) (D)
(A) It freezes. (B) It gets bigger. Stomach Lungs
(C) It condenses. (D) It melts.

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!# Which tool is most useful to observe the stars and !& Which one of the following statements about bread
distant objects in the sky ? mould is correct ?
(A) Microscope (B) Telescope
(C) Balance (D) Bioscope
!$ Some salt particles are obtained when the seawater in
a dish is heated.
(A) It is a green plant. (B) It is a saprophyte.
Seawater Salt
(C) It provides us with food.
Dish (D) It makes its own food.
!' Abhi observed Mars through his telescope. What is
What is the change in the state of water ? Mars ?
(A) Gaseous state → Liquid state (A) A moon (B) A star
(B) Liquid state → Gaseous state (C) A candy bar (D) A planet
(C) Liquid state → Solid state In which location will the water in the vessel evaporate
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(D) Solid state → Liquid state most quickly ?
!% The birds are grouped according to _______

(A) (B)

(A) their hunting habits


(B) the size of the eggs they lay
(C) their ability to fly (C) (D)
(D) the type of food that they eat

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" Bittu went to the beach on a sunny day. The sand below "# The diagram given below represents a process that
his feet was hot, but the ocean water was cold. Why ? takes place in the presence of sunlight.
(A) The Sun heats the sand faster than it heats the X
water.
(B) The Sun heats the water faster than it heats the sand.
Y
(C) Water does not get heated.
Z
(D) All of these.
Which of the following options represents X, Y and Z ?
" Which of the following is a wading bird ?
X Y Z
(A) Oxygen Water Carbondioxide
D uck
(B) Carbondioxide Oxygen Water
(A) (B) (C) Water Oxygen Carbondioxide
H en (D) Oxygen Carbondioxide Water

"$ Sonia is growing a bean plant for a science project.


Which of the following units would be the most
appropriate for measuring the height of the bean
(C) (D) plant ?
C ra n e Sparrow
(A) Litre (B) Kilolitre
(C) Kilogram (D) Centimetre
"! Which of these is a living part in the garden ?
"% What causes a lunar eclipse to occur ?
(A) Soil (B) Earthworm
(A) The moon’s shadow falls on Earth.
(C) Air (D) Humus
(B) Earth’s shadow falls on the moon.
"" An ice cube melts. Which physical property changed ?
(C) The moon’s shadow falls on the sun.
(A) Mass (B) Shape
(D) The sun’s shadow falls on Earth.
(C) Smell (D) Colour

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"& Which of the following does not belong to the group # The animals shown can be grouped together because
formed by the others ? both of them
Ginger

(A) (B) Onion

(A) have webbed feet.


(C) (D) (B) can live only in cold places.
Carrot
Potato (C) are nocturnal
"' Which one of the following belongs in the column non- (D) are perching birds.
living things ?
# You stir sand into a glass of water. What happens when
Living Things Non-living Things you stop stirring ?
(A) The sand floats to the top.
(A) Respond to the environment (B) The sand sinks to the bottom.
(B) Need food (C) The sand stays mixed with the water.
(C) Do not grow or develop (D) The sand evaporates.
(D) Reproduce #! Oxygen is absorbed into the blood and carbon dioxide
# Look at the data table is removed from the blood in

Natural Man made


Air Plastic (A) (B)
Soil Soap
? Nylon
Which material correctly completes the table ?
(C) (D)
(A) Steel (B) Cement (C) Rocks (D) Glue

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Class : 3 Critical Thinking


#" Lalitha went on a picnic with her family.
#$ There is a chicken in the queue of some ducklings.
T his clock
T his clock
s ho w s the tim e
Counting from the front, the chicken is located at the
s ho w s the
the y w ere b ac k 26th position and it is located the 37th position when
tim e the y left
in th e m o rn in g.
h om e th at counting from the end. How many ducklings are
a fte rn oo n.
there ?
How long were they on their picnic ? (A) 60 (B) 61
(A) 3 hours (B) 5 hours (C) 62 (D) 59
(C) 7 hours (D) 10 hours #% An ant is crawling along the grid lines. How many
## Study the food chain: different ways can an ant reach the sugar ?

Gr ass → X → wol f → t i ger ANT

Which of the following can X be ?

SUGAR
(A) (B) (A) 4 (B) 3
(C) 2 (D) 5
#& How many meaningful 3 letter english words can be
formed with the letters IRA using each letter only once
(C) (D) in each word ? [NOTE: Exclude Names]
(A) One (B) Two
Space for Rough work
(C) Three (D) None

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Class : 3 Mathematics
#' Anu, Kamal, Ram, Sam went for break together. Each of
them orders a different drink. From the clues below, 01 How many tens are there in 5690 ?
find out who is having carrot juice. (A) 90 (B) 9 (C) 69 (D) 569
i) Ram dislikes sour drinks. 02 What is the difference between smallest six digit
ii) Sam thinks that it is good to drink tea after a heavy number and greatest four digit number
meal. (A) 1 (B) 10,099 (C) 90,001 (D) 10,000
iii) Kamal feels good drinking coffee. 03 Observe the following.
(A) Anu (B) Kamal
+ = 100
(C) Ram (D) Sam
$ How many eggs replaces question mark ? + = 180

+ = 150

How much does an ice-cream cost ?


(A) 50 (B) 80 (C) 100 (D) 150
04 Identify the number that should fill blank in the following.
? 2056 + 9058 = 8085 + ?

(A) 0 (B) 9058 (C) 2056 (D) 3029

(A) 10 (B) 14 05 8 girls went to a party. There were 3 times as many boys
as girls at the party. How many members were there at
(C) 15 (D) 12
the party ?
Space for Rough work (A) 14 (B) 48 (C) 32 (D) 24
06 An auditorium had 240 rows of chairs. If there are 138
chairs in each row, how many persons can be seated in
the auditorium ?
(A) 40,800 (B) 33,120 (C) 41,000 (D) 36,000

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07 Indira bought 8 packets of banana chips for 24. Which 13 If + + = 48 and + + = 12,
of the following number sentences could be used to what is the value of + ?
determine the cost of one packet of banana chips ? (A) 22 (B) 4 (C) 18 (D) 26
(A) 24 + 8 (B) 24 – 8 Identify the respective values in the blanks.
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(C) 24 × 8 (D) 24 ÷ 8
If 6 transistors cost 1830, find the cost of two 7 km 250 m + 5 km 500 m = ____ km ____ m
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transistors.
(A) 10; 750 (B) 12; 500
(A) 610 (B) 35 (C) 305 (D) 350
(C) 12; 750 (D) 12; 550
09 What fraction of the given figure is shaded ?
15 A basket of fruits weighs 1 kg 52 g. The basket weighs
490 g. What is the mass of the fruits ?
(A) 606 km (B) 562 g (C) 605 kg (D) 506 g
16 A rope of length 100 metres cut into 5 equal parts. What
3 6 2 4
(A) (B) (C) (D) is the length of each part.
4 7 7 6
11 15 (A) 5 m (B) 20 m (C) 25 m (D) 500 m
10 What should be added to to make it ?
17 17 17 Which of the following figures is different from the
$ 4 4 other three ?
(A) (B) 17 (C) 34 (D) 4
%
11 Express 97 days in weeks and days.
(A) (B) (C) (D)
(A) 12 weeks 6 days (B) 13 weeks 5 days
(C) 13 weeks 6 days (D) 9 weeks 6 days 18 The digits of 341962 are rearranged to form the largest
12 Identify the set of fractions in descending order. and the smallest numbers. Find their difference.
(A) 840852 (B) 123469
8 8 8 8 21 21 21 21
(A) , , , (B) , , ,
(C) 964321 (D) 1087790
9 11 23 17 37 31 40 26
19 What is the difference between 4753 and 8000 ?
13 13 13 13 4 4 4 4
(C) , , , (D) , , ,
19 17 15 21 11 15 27 35 (A) 3247 (B) 3857 (C) 4247 (D) 3257

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Class : 3 General Science


20 Identify the greatest 6-digit number using all the digits
2, 4, 1, 7 and 8 (digits may be repeated) 26 What should come in place marked ‘X’ ?
(A) 878241 (B) 887421
Climbing bird Preying bird Wading bird
(C) 877421 (D) 878412 Woodpecker Hawk 'X'
21 Sumanth ate 15 chocolates and 7 left with him. How
many chocolates were there in the bigining ? (A) Crane (B) Duck

(A) 8 (B) 7 (C) 22 (D) 30 (C) Eagle (D) Parrot


27 Which ones are liquids ?
5 11 13
22 What is the sum of , and ?
13 13 13 (A) Sandwich and soup (B) Soup and juice

' $ " (C) Cookie and juice (D) Sandwich and cookie
(A) 1 (B) (C) (D)
! ! ! 28 It is a hot, sunny day. Where would you be the coolest ?
23 Pratham wants to make a shape by folding the corners (A) In a soccer field (B) In a playground
of a rectangular sheet of paper shown in the figure. (C) Under a big tree (D) In a sand beach
29 What tool could you use to see the tiny parts of an insect ?

How many sides does the sheet have after he folds all
the four corners in the above method ?
(A) 4 (B) 8 (C) 16 (D) 6
(A) (B)
24 Mass of 7 bricks is 14 kg. What is the mass of each brick ?
Hand lens
(A) 1 kg (B) 2 kg (C) 3 kg (D) 4 kg Thermometer

25 Reeta uses 441 ml cooking oil in a day. How much cooking


oil does she use an a week ?
(A) 2646 ml (B) 2087 ml (C) (D)
Ruler
(C) 3087 ml (D) 2205 ml Weighing Machine

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30 A diagram of the water cycle is shown. 33 What does a tailor use for measuring clothes ?
(A) Measuring tape (B) Measuring cylinder
4 (C) Clinical thermometer (D) Weighing machine
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3 34 Which three layers form the soil profile ?
2 (A) Air, water and soil
(B) Minerals, organic matter and living organisms
Which arrow on the diagram represents evaporation ? (C) Clay, silt and sand
(A) 1 (B) 2
(D) The top soil, subsoil and bed rock soil
(C) 3 (D) 4
35 Bob spills some steel pins on the floor. Which one of the
31 Which bird has a beak that is best adapted for cracking following gives the best way bob can pick them up
seeds ? without touching them ?
(A) Use a sponge
(B) Get someone else to pick them up
(A) (B)
(C) Use a magnet
(D) Use a rubber glove
36 Which of the following is a stem part of the plant that
(C) (D) store food ?

P Q R S
32 Why moon looks bigger than the stars ?
(A) The moon is reflecting light from the sun.
Potato Carrot Ginger Cabbage
(B) The moon is closer to Earth than the stars.
(C) The moon is much large than the stars. (A) P and Q only (B) R and S only

(D) The moon is much larger than Earth. (C) P, Q and R only (D) P and R only

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37 Which of these will grow into a new plant ? 42 Which beak would be best suited for hunting fish ?
(A) A fallen leaf (B) A fallen flower
(C) A fallen seed (D) A buried flower petal (A) (B)
38 What is the role of a plant in a food chain ?
(A) Producer (B) Consumer
(C) (D) Both (A) and (C)
(C) Decomposer (D) Herbivour
39 Which of these is a herbivore ? 43 Balu blew a balloon as shown below.
(A) A cat that eats mice
(B) A cow that eats grass
(C) A frog that eats insects
(D) An opossum that eats fruit and fish
He had shown that air
40 How are the roots of the sweet potato useful to the
(A) has mass. (B) occupies space.
plants ?
(C) has fixed shape. (D) has movement.
(A) The roots transport water and mineral salts to the
leaves only. 44 Plants with weak stems need a support to climb to get
(B) The roots help to store food for the plant. (A) water (B) air
(C) The roots absorb water and mineral salts. (C) sunlight (D) food
(D) Both (B) and (C) 45 The circulatory system comprises of
41 What is the unit of measurement of liquid ? (1) Lungs (2) Blood
(i) Grams (ii) Centimetres (3) Windpipe (4) Blood vessels
(iii) Litres (iv) Millilitres (5) Heart
(A) i only (B) iii and iv only (A) 1 and 3 only (B) 1, 2, and 4 only
(C) ii, iii and iv only (D) i, ii, iii and iv (C) 2, 4 and 5 only (D) 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5

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46 Which of the following characteristics can be found only 51 Look at the pictures. Which of the following
in birds ? characteristics is common to all the animals shown ?
(A) They can fly.
(B) They have wings.
(C) Their outer body covering is feathers.
Goat Rabbit Cow
(D) They have a pair of legs.
Mushrooms and Breadmoulds are (A) They give birth to their young.
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(B) They feed on plants only.
(C) They suckle their youngones.
(D) All of these.
Bread mould Mushroom 52 Which statement below best explains the purpose of
having small and needle-like leaves of pine trees ?
(A) producers (B) microorganisms
(C) non-living things (D) fungi (A) They present a smaller area for the plant to capture
sunlight for making food.
48 Which of manu’s observations would not support that
(B) They help prevent animals from eating them.
her puppy is a living thing ?
(C) They help prevent snow from collecting on the leaves.
(A) It barks at strangers. (B) It drinks milk
(D) None of these
(C) It wags its tail (D) It has four legs
What is the missing word ? 53 When birds fly, they flap their wings. What do the wings
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push against when they are flying ?
Sun → Corn → ? → Eggs → Us
(A) Air (B) Water
(A) Sheep (B) Goat
(C) Rocks (D) Soil
(C) Hen (D) Cow
50 Which one of these animals moves slowly ?
(A) Cheetah (B) Ostrich
(C) Shark (D) Snail

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Class : 3 Critical Thinking


54 A glass with ice cubes is shown here. The formation of
water drops on the outer surface of the glass is due to 56 In how many ways can you form the word “JUICE” from
the network shown below ?

I
U C
J I E
(A) evaporation. (B) transpiration. U C
I
(C) condensation. (D) sublimation.
55 Arrange the following layers of soil. Starting from the (A) 6 (B) 5 (C) 7 (D) 4
uppermost layer that visible to us till the deepest layer. 57 Choose the option that is an essential part of the word
(A) Bedrock (B) Topsoil “BOOK”.
(C) Subsoil (D) Humus (A) fiction (B) pages
(A) A, B, C, D (B) D, B, C, A (C) pictures (D) learning
(C) D, C, B, A (D) B, A, D, C 58 Arrange these living organisms in increasing order of
their normal size.
Space for Rough work
(A) Cockroach, Mosquito, Lizard, Crocodile
(B) Lizard, Cockroach, Mosquito, Crocodile
(C) Crocodile, Lizard, Cockroach, Mosquito
(D) Mosquito, Cockroach, Lizard, Crocodile

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59 In which sentence is word “APPLE” hidden in between
two words ? 01 How many days are there in 7 weeks 6 days?
(A) Give me the yellow cap please. (A) 55 days (B) 52 days
(B) Mom called the plumber to fix the leaky tap. (C) 49 days (D) 48 days
(C) Today is my mother’s birthday. 02 A decorative ribbon is 1370 cm long. 8 gifts were
decorated with some of the ribbon. Each gift requires
(D) Let’s go on a vacation. 35 cm of the ribbon. How long is the remaining
60 If Arun’s birthday is on May 25 which is Monday and ribbon ?
his sister’s birthday is on July 13. Which day of the week (A) 1 m 90 cm (B) 19 m 10 cm
is his sister’s birthday ?
(C) 10 m 90 cm (D) 9 m 10 cm
(A) Monday (B) Wednesday
03 What is the missing number in the box?
(C) Thursday (D) Friday
4 ? 8
Space for Rough work
× 9
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(A) 3 (B) 0 (C) 1 (D) 4


0" Find the missing number.

570 + 430 = ? tens

(A) 57 (B) 43
(C) 1000 (D) 100
05 Raj ate half of his cake and cut the remaining into 8
equal pieces. He gave 3 pieces of the cake to his
friends. What fraction of the cake is he left with?
1 5 5 1
(A) (B) (C) (D)
16 16 8 2
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0$ Observe the given equations. 10 Venu had ` 252. He spends ` 43 on Monday and
twice as much money on Tuesday. He spends ` 98
(i) – = 6 on Wednesday. How much money is Venu left with?

+
(A) ` 25 (B) ` 98
(ii) = 2
(C) ` 86 (D) ` 113
Which of the following is also correct? The number of girls in a singing competition is 1029
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(A) × = (B) ×2 = more than the number of boys. If 4233 girls
participated in the competition, find the total
(C) + = 12 (D) + = number of participants.
0% What is 3 nines less than 8 hundreds? (A) 4377 (B) 7437
(A) 739 (B) 782 (C) 7347 (D) 7743
(C) 773 (D) 770 12 The owner of a computer shop sold 756 computers
in January, 1005 computers in February and 483
0& Which of the following has the greatest shaded area?
computers in March. How many computers did he
sell in all ?
(A) 2442 (B) 2424
(A) (B)
(C) 2244 (D) 3244
13 A shopkeeper packed 360 biscuits in 12 boxes. What
is the number of biscuits in each box?
(C) (D) (A) 30 (B) 20 (C) 25 (D) 13

1" If stand for 50 apples,


0' Study the division given in the box.

458 7 then
stand for how many apples ?
What is the difference between its quotient and
remainder ? (A) 8 (B) 30
(A) 68 (B) 3 (C) 65 (D) 62 (C) 130 (D) 80

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15 The weight of the basket is 1725 g. 22 The clock shows the present correct time.
What is the weight of the fruits ? 
 

(A) 6 kg 875 g (B) 4 kg 875 g ' !
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(C) 6 kg 600 g (D) 4 kg 600 g


% $ #

1$ Sunitha can type 120 words in 5 minutes. How many Which clock shows the time 1 hour 40 minutes ago ?
words can she type in 3 minutes ?
12 12 12 12
11 1 11 1 11 1 11 1

(A) 7 2 (B) 4 8 (C) 2 4 (D) 3 6 10 2 10 2 10 2 10 2

(A) 9 3
(B) 9 3
(C) 9 3
(D) 9 3

Sruthi saves ` 1.50 everyday from her pocket money.


8 4 8 4 8 4 8 4

1% 7 6 5 7 6 5 7 6 5 7 6 5

How much does she save in 10 days ?


23 How many mugs of water are needed to fill the
(A) ` 16 (B) ` 15 (C) ` 20 (D) ` 25
beaker to the 4 litre mark?
1& Which number is missing in the pattern given ?
4l
(A) 6 (B) 4
64, 36, 16, ? 3
(C) 1 (D) 7 2 20 ml
1' 4 spoons cost ` 6.40 and 3 forks cost ` 5.40. How 1
much more does a fork cost than a spoon?
BAakAr Mug
(A) ` 1.80 (B) ` 1.60 (C) ` 0.20 (D) ` 0.60
20 Vijay formed a figure using only 2 squares and 1 (A) 1500 (B) 125
rectangle. Which of these figures is it ? (C) 250 (D) 2500

(A) (B) 2" Asha bought 2 apples for ` 18. What is the total price
of 5 apples at that rate?
(A) ` 28 (B) ` 90
(C) (D) (C) ` 36 (D) ` 45
25 Which shape has the least number of corners ?
21 9 similar mobile phones cost as much as 4 similar
laptops. If each mobile phone costs ` 1400, find the
total cost of 5 such laptops. (A) (B) (C) (D)
(A) ` 28350 (B) ` 15750 (C) ` 12600 (D) ` 31500
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Code: 413 General Science 31 Match the parts of the plant in Column–I with their
2$ Which of the following flowering plants responds to functions in Column–II.
the stimulus of the sunlight ?
Column-I Column-II

i. p. Supports the plant


(A) (B) (C) (D)
q. Anchors the plant
ii.
to the ground
% The diagram given shows the cross section of a
papaya fruit. Under suitable conditions which of the iii. r. Helps in the
labelled parts of the papaya grows into a new plant ? exchange of gases

(A) P (B) Q
2
(A) i - q, ii - p, iii - r (B) i - q, ii - r, iii - p
3
5
(C) R (D) S 4 (C) i - r, ii - q, iii - p (D) i - p, ii - q, iii - r
2& Identify ‘X’ in the given flow chart. 32 Which of the following is the reproductive part of a
plant that develops into a fruit?
Young
Flower Fruit X
plant (A) Flower (B) Leaf (C) Root (D) Stem
33 Which of these animals swallows its food as a whole ?
(A) Seed (B) Stem (C) Root (D) Leaf
(A) Cat (B) Rat (C) Dog (D) Snake
2' I anchor the plant to the ground. I absorb water and
mineral salts from the soil. Who am I ? 3" Which of the following animal is a herbivore ?
(A) Root (B) Stem (C) Leaf (D) Flower (A) Frog (B) Fox (C) Deer (D) Jackal
30 Some examples of living & non-living things are as below. 35 Which of these will help us in keeping our
Living things: Animals, Birds and Clouds. surroundings clean ?
Non-living things: The sun, stars and Rocks. (A) Walking on footpaths.
Which of the following is under the INCORRECT (B) Watering plants daily.
heading ? (C) Throwing waste in a dustbin.
(A) Birds (B) Rocks (C) Clouds (D) Stars (D) Removing the petals of a flower.

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3$ Shreya has carrot, onion, ginger and potato plants in "2 Digestion is the breaking down of food material by a
her garden. The roots of which of these plants do living being into chemically simpler forms. In the
we eat ? human body where does digestion end?
(A) Carrot (B) Ginger (C) Onion (D) Potato (A) Food pipe (B) Stomach
3% Which of these systems helps us in digestion of food ? (C) Small intestine (D) Large intestine
(A) Circulatory system (B) Respiratory system "3 The water cycle given in the box shows the
(C) Digestive system (D) Nervous system evaporation of water from seas and oceans. Why
does water vapour rise upwards ?
!& Which of the following games helps us in building
strong bones and muscles and in having a healthy
body ?
(A) Carrom board (B) Chess
(C) Basket ball (D) Snake and ladders
3' What kind of soil does a potter use in making pots ?
(A) Clay (B) Sand (C) Loam (D) Sandy loam (A) It is cooler than the surrounding air.
"0 Which of these damage buildings, trees and electric (B) It is heavier than the surrounding air.
poles ?
(C) It is lighter than the surrounding air.
(A) Breeze (B) Storm
(D) It is attracted by the clouds in the sky.
(C) Slow wind (D) Both (A) and (C)
The given figure shows the three nearest planets to "" Which of these is true about soil?
"1
the sun in the solar system. What are planets X, Y (A) Soil is always black in colour.
and Z ?
(B) Soil is of same kind.
(A) X-Venus, Y-Earth, Z-Mercury
(C) Soil is of different kinds.
(B) X-Mercury, Y-Venus, Z-Earth Sun
(D) Both (A) and (B)
(C) X-Venus, Y-Mercury, Z-Earth X Y Z

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"5 The beaks of birds can tell us what "' Which of these is an organ of the nervous system?
they eat, and how they eat it. Here
(A) Lungs (B) Kidneys
is a picture of a bird whose beak is
missing. This bird feeds on worms, (C) Brain (D) Heart
insects and small water plants.
50 Which of these organs are NOT protected by the rib
Which of the beaks given can this bird have ?
cage ?

(A) (B) (C) (D) P: Heart Q: Liver R: Brain S: Lungs


(A) P and Q (B) Q and R
"$ Observe the given table.
(C) P and S (D) P, Q and R
Solid Liquid Gas 51 Which of these labelled parts of our tongue detects
Pencil Orange juice Steam the bitter taste ?
Eraser Water Ice cube (A) P
(B) Q
Which of these has been put under the INCORRECT
heading ? (C) R
(A) Eraser (B) Orange juice (D) S
(C) Steam (D) Ice cube Which of these statements is a good description
52
"% Choose the units to measure temperature. about your neck ?
(A) Grams (B) Litres (A) I am a part on the end of the arms and I am used
(C) Degree celsius (D) Seconds for picking and keeping the things.

"& How does the sunlight help us at home? (B) I am the organ for watching things.
(A) By preventing cats from entering rooms. (C) I am a part of your body that connects the head
with the trunk.
(B) By keeping rooms free from dust.
(C) By keeping rooms free from germs (D) I am the part that supports the body and helps in
movement.
(D) By preventing rats from entering rooms.

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53 Abhi had a torn umbrella. Which of the following Code: 401 Mathematics
materials should Abhi use to repair the umbrella ? 01 What is the missing number in the given box?
(A) A piece of cardboard.
68 × 8 = ? × 8 – 49 × 8
(B) A piece of newspaper.
(A) 99 (B) 119
(C) A piece of sweater.
(C) 125 (D) 217
(D) A piece from an old rain coat.
02 Krishna drew the given graph
5" Which of these is used to measure weight of an Krishna’s Job
to show the number of hours 8
object ? that he worked for on four

Number of Hours
6
(A) Foot steps (B) Handspan days. If Krishna earned 60
4
an hour, how much money
(C) Measuring tape (D) Balance did he earn on day–2 ? 2

55 Disease causing organisms are ________. (A) ` 120 (B) ` 240 0


Day-1 Day-2 Day-3 Day-4
(A) larvae (B) spores (C) ` 300 (D) ` 420
(C) pollens (D) germs 03 Varsha’s watch was 33 minutes slower when it was 3 p.m.
Identify Varsha’s watch from the following.

     
 

(A) (B)
' ! ' !
& " & "
% # % #
$ $

     
 

(C) (D)
' ! ' !
& " & "
% # % #
Question numbers: 56 to 60 $ $

This new section ‘Critical Thinking’, has been 0" A wooden log is cut three times equally with 2m each.
introduced only from 2018-19 in the NSTSE What is the length of the log.
pattern and hence has no ‘Past’ questions.
(A) 6 m (B) 4 m
(C) 8 m (D) 10 m

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05 Observe the given product. 10 What is the missing term?


% "
What is the value of × ? 4 3 4 2 3 5
&
(A) 1 (B) 6
 24 16 ?
(C) 12 (D) 36
(A) 30 (B) 15 (C) 2 (D) 3
0$ A dog ate 56 cans of food in 4 weeks. If the dog ate the
same amount of food each week, which number sentence 11 A group of pupils shared 109 stamps. 5 of them shared a
can be used to find the number of cans of food the dog total of 45 stamps. The rest had 8 stamps each. How many
eats in one week ? pupils were there altogether ?
(A) 56 × 7 (B) 56 ÷ 4 (C) 56 × 4 (D) 56 ÷ 7 (A) 5 (B) 13 (C) 18 (D) 8

07 Which of the following is the same as 12 seconds? 2 11 5 3


12 If A = , B= , C= and D = , find the value
23 23 23 23
th th th th
1 1 1 1 of (A + B) – (C + D).
(A) min. (B) hour (C) min. (D) hour
5 5 4 4
5 7 8 9
0& The table given shows the cost Cost of Tennis balls
(A) (B) (C) (D)
23 23 23 23
of different number of tennis Number of Total Cost
balls at a store. Based on the Tennis balls (in <) 13 There are 21 girls and 18 boys in each section of class 3.
information in the table, what  ? How many students are there in 5 such sections?
is the cost of one tennis ball ? ! % (A) 155 (B) 39 (C) 195 (D) 44
$ #"
(A) < 18 (B) < 3
' & 1" If the product of all the three numbers in
(C) < 6 (D) < 9 any row, column or diagonal is the same, !$ !
0' How much water is left over in the jug if the water is poured find the missing term in the given square. ' ? "
into 3 such cups ? (A) 5 (B) 6   &
(C) 8 (D) 12
15 How many 100's, 10's and ones respectively should be
added to get the largest 3-digit number ?
250 ml
800 ml
(A) 9, 9 and 1 (B) 9, 9 and 9
(A) 5 ml (B) 50 ml (C) 1, 9 and 9 (D) 9, 1 and 9
(C) 150 ml (D) 550 ml
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# 21 Radhika wants to buy a videogame that costs 205. She


1$ Which of the following are the equivalent fractions of ?
$ has saved 147. How much more money does she need
10 15 20 25 4 6 8 10 to buy the videogame ?
(A) , , , (B) , , ,
12 18 24 30 12 18 24 30 (A) < 158 (B) < 58 (C) < 68 (D) < 168
5 5 5 5 14 21 28 35 22 What fraction of the whole figure is shaded ?
(C) , , , (D) , , ,
15 20 25 30 24 36 48 56
2 1
17 Observe the following. How much does each banana cost ? (A) (B)
5 5
3 3
+ + = 30 ; + + = 28 ; (C) (D)
10 5
23 938 copies of newspaper were sold in a week. How many
+ + = 18 ; copies of newspaper are sold in a day if the same number
of newspapers are sold everyday ?
(A) < 5 (B) < 8 (C) < 10 (D) < 18
(A) 63 (B) 931
1& In the given rectangular scenery, AB = 2 metres. What is
(C) 134 (D) 6566
the measure of CD ?
(A) 1 cm (B) 200 cm 2" From the number 324, if a boy chooses the digit 4, he gets
to occupy the fourth place; if he chooses 3, he gets the 300th
(C) 2 cm (D) 30 cm place. Which place should he occupy if he chooses 2?
1' The given figure is divided into 4 portions: P, Q, R and S. (A) 200th (B) 2nd
! (C) 2000th (D) 20th
Which 2 portions add up to form of the figure ?
" 25 Which of the following are needed to balance the scale ?
3
(A) P and Q (B) P and R
4
(C) Q and R (D) Q and S 2 5

20 Chitra is 15 years 4 months old. Her sister is 4 years 10


months younger than her. How old is her sister?
(A) (B)
(A) 10 years 6 months (B) 10 years 10 months
(C) (D)
(C) 4 years 10 months (D) 10 years 4 months

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Code: 401 General Science 2' A plant makes its own food with the help of its leaves. How
2$ How are these animals similar ? does a seed get the food to grow into a seedling ?
(A) It uses the stored food in the seed leaves.
(B) It makes its food by photosynthesis.
(C) It gets its food from the soil.
(D) It does not need food to grow.
(A) They all move in the same way.
30 Look at the following classification table.
(B) They swallow their food without chewing.
(C) They have the same body covering. Lives on Lives in Lives on
land water land and in water
(D) They are herbivores. Dog Fish X
27 Study the classification shown.
Which of the following could ‘X’ be ?
Living organisms (A) Lion (B) Vulture (C) Frog (D) Cat
31 Which of these statements is TRUE about the
labelled parts of plant ?
S T
(A) Q makes food for the plant.
Able to make its Unable to make its
own food own food (B) P anchors the plant into the ground.
(C) A fruit is formed from R.
Which of the following are most likely to be ‘S’ and ‘T’ ?
(D) We get potato from Q part of potato plant
(A) S – Mushroom; T – Yeast and radish from R part of a radish plant.
(B) S – Yeast; T – Mushroom Which instrument is used to know the temperature of a
32
(C) S – Fern; T – Mould body ?
(D) S – Mould; T – Fern (A) Scale (B) Thermometer
2& Which of the following animals and their shelters are paired (C) Spring balance (D) Stop watch
correctly ? 33 Which of these places is suitable to fly kites?
(A) Horse – Stable (B) Lion – Shed (A) Roads (B) Open terraces
(C) Cow – Kennel (D) Rabbit – Den (C) Pavements (D) Open grounds

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3" The given diagram shows the length of the shadow as double 3' Which of the following has gnawing teeth?
the height of the object. Find the height of the coconut tree.

(A) (B)

(C) (D)
(A) 10 feet (B) 12 feet
(C) 16 feet (D) 18 feet
"0 Which of the following is a carnivore?
35 Identify the given organ and its organ system.
(A) Heart-Circulatory system
(B) Lung-Respiratory system (A) (B)
(C) Kidney-Excretory system
(D) Stomach-Digestive system
3$ Which layer of the soil contains humus ? (C) (D)
(A) Sub soil (B) Bed rock soil
(C) Top soil (D) Sand
"1 Which of the following is the best way to dispose waste
water from our kitchen ?
37 Which of these is a living part in a forest ?
(A) Using it as drinking water.
(A) Soil (B) Earthworm
(B) Using it as bathing water.
(C) Air (D) Humus
(C) Using it for watering plants.
3& What is the function of a leaf ? (D) Letting it to stagnate on the road.
(A) Produce seeds
(B) Produce flowers
(C) Synthesise food
(D) Absorb water

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"2 Which row of weights have a mass equal to 32 grams of "5 Read the description given below.
candy bar ?
Candybar ? X supports the plant. It helps to transport
#C water and mineral salts.
(A) C



!
" # $
%
&
'
 

Which part of the plant matches the above description ?


C C
(B) #C (A) Root (B) Stem (C) Branch (D) Leaf
"$ The animal that lives on trees is
C C
(C) #C C C (A) rat. (B) rabbit. (C) monkey. (D) tortoise.
"7 Look at the classification chart.
C C #C #C
(D) C C
Things

"3 The table shows how fruits can be classified.


Living things Non-living things

Fruit One seed A few seeds


Edible Once alive Never alive
P Q
Non-edible R S Which of these objects cannot be classified as ‘Never alive’ ?
(A) Ceramic cup (B) Paper bag
In which box would you place a ripe mango?
(C) Rubber mat (D) Leather belt
(A) P (B) Q
"& The animals shown can be grouped together because all of
(C) R (D) S
them
"" Richa wants to buy a piece of soft and bright coloured cloth (A) have webbed feet.
to make some cushion cover. Which sense organs would
(B) live in cold places.
she use to choose the piece of cloth ?
(C) have strong, sharp hooked beak.
(A) Only P and Q P – Skin (D) are perching birds.
(B) Only P and S Q – Tongue
R – Ears "' Where does the sun set ?
(C) Only P, Q and R
S – Eyes (A) In the north. (B) In the south.
(D) Only Q, R and S
(C) In the east. (D) In the west.
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50 Which plant parts are shown in the given diagram? 55 A bat is a living thing as it
(A) has weight. (B) is matter.
2=HJ: 2=HJ;
(C) can be seen. (D) needs to eat.
(A) Root Stem 2=HJ;

(B) Fruit Fruit


(C) Seed Root Question numbers: 56 to 60
2=HJ:
(D) Fruit Root This new section ‘Critical Thinking’, has been
51 Which of these reflects sunlight at night ? introduced only from 2018-19 in the NSTSE
pattern and hence has no ‘Past’ questions.
(A) The earth (B) The moon
(C) A star (D) A planet
52 The tail of a bird helps it to
(A) fly fast. (B) fly slow.
(C) fly high. (D) change direction.
53 Look at the groups in the table carefully.
Plant Eater Animal Eater
Bee Lion
Giraffe Tiger

If an animal ‘P’ can be placed in both the groups, which of


the following animals can ‘P’ be?
(A) Goat (B) Rabbit
(C) Bear (D) Snake
5" Identify the given diagram.
(A) Circulatory system.
(B) Respiratory system.
(C) Digestive system.
(D) Muscular system.

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Code: 412 Mathematics 07 What is the mass of B ?


01 How many even numbers are there between 15 B
hundreds and 151 tens ? A B 4g 24 g A B B

(A) 41 (B) 40 (C) 6 (D) 4


(A) 5 g (B) 6 g
02 If × = 81 and × = 64,
(C) 10 g (D) 12 g
what is the value of × ? 0& Box A had 5984 oranges. Box B had 1250 more
(A) 36 (B) 17 (C) 72 (D) 56 oranges than box A. If 2635 oranges were removed
from Box B, how many oranges were left in Box B ?
03 Identify the missing digits in the boxes.
(A) 2099 (B) 4599
(A) 362
(C) 7369 (D) 9869
(B) 326
2 0' Three digits of a 4-digit number are 6, 3, 7. In which
(C) 236 6 5 2 place should the fourth digit be placed, so that the
(D) 263 number becomes the largest possible and sum of the
How many 1 rupee coins can you exchange for ten digits twenty-five ?
0"
50 paise coins and ten 20 paise coins? (A) ones (B) tens
(A) 7 (B) 70 (C) 80 (D) 8 (C) hundreds (D) thousands
05 How many more equal parts have to be shaded to 10 Kiran has 1.60 worth of 20 paise and 10 paise
2 coins. He has four 10 paise coins. How many 20
make 3 of the figure below ? paise coins does he have ?
(A) 6 (B) 4 (A) 12 (B) 8 (C) 6 (D) 4
(C) 5 (D) 3 11 What is the answer if 20 tens are added to the
second smallest 4-digit even number?
0$ What is the greatest even number formed by the
digits 5, 3, 2 and 1 without repetition ? (A) 1202 (B) 3002

(A) 3215 (B) 5312 (C) 2135 (D) 5132 (C) 1022 (D) 1200

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5 17 Which of the following is incorrect?


12 Which of the following fractions is greater than 8 ?
(A) 4900 = 49 hundreds
1 1 3 1 (B) 3666 = 3000 + 600 + 6
(A) (B) 8 (C) (D)
4 4 2 (C) 2096 = 2 thousands, 9 tens and 6 ones
13 Anu paid the fruit seller 100 for some apples. She (D) 7815 = seven thousand, eight hundred and fifteen
got back 20 change. How many apples did she
1& Charan is as old as Dhanu. Jai is thrice as old as
buy ?
Dhanu. If their total age is 60, how old is Jai?
(A) 12 (B) 15
(C) 30 (D) 36
Apples : 3 for 20
1' Which of the following can fill the given blank ?
(A) 15 (B) 12
12 less than 7 4 is equal to _______.
(C) 8 (D) 4
1" What is the sum of all the digits of the smallest (A) 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 (B) 12 – 7 – 4
4-digit even number ? (C) 12 × 3 (D) 3 × 4
(A) 1 (B) 0 (C) 3 (D) 2 20 The last digit is missing from in the given four digit
1 number.
15 Madan ate of a pizza. Arun ate half of what
2 4 6 3 ?
Madan ate and Hari ate half of what Arun ate. What
fraction of the pizza is left ? If this four digit number can be divided by both 2 and
5 with no remainder, what is the missing digit ?
% 3  1
(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) 0 (B) 2 (C) 5 (D) 6
& 4 & "
1$ A number when divided by 9 gives a quotient of 83 21 How many days are there in the year 2015 ?
and a remainder of 1. What is the number ? (A) 355 (B) 365 (C) 366 (D) 345
(A) 748 (B) 747 22 What is the result when the difference between
(C) 93 (D) 84 1712 and 2409 is subtracted from 6298 ?
(A) 2177 (B) 4121 (C) 5601 (D) 6995

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23 How many quarters are there in 5 wholes? Code: 412 General Science
(A) 5 (B) 10 2$ Which living thing produces its own food?
(C) 15 (D) 20
2" A rope is cut thrice as shown in the given figure.

(A) (i) (B) (ii)


(C) (iii) (D) (iv)
How many pieces of rope are there now? 27 Which of these is an omnivore ?
(A) 3 (B) 19 (A) A cat that eats mice.
(C) 6 (D) 21 (B) A cow that eats grass.
25 Balu had 146 marbles. He put them into bags of 6. (C) A frog that eats insects.
How many marbles were left? (D) A bear that eats fruit and fish.
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4
2& Birds have different types of feet for different
purposes. Which of the following best explains the
function of the foot shown ?

(A) For gripping onto branches.


(B) For catching and killing prey.
(C) For digging.
(D) For swimming.
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2' A mango tree is classfied as a plant because 3" Here are a few substances that enter our body along
with oxygen when we inhale air.
i) It can make food.
ii) It has roots. nitrogen carbon dioxide dust particles
iii) It can reproduce.
Which of the above do the hair and mucus in our
iv) It depends on other organisms for its food. nostrils help to filter out?
(A) Only (i) (B) Only (i) and (ii) (A) Only dust particles.
(C) Only (i), (iii) and (iv) (D) (i), (ii) and (iv) (B) Only nitrogen and carbon dioxide.
30 Which of these are essential for animals to stay alive ? (C) Only carbon dioxide and dust particles.
(D) All - nitrogen, carbon dioxide, dust particles.
(i) Oxygen (ii) Water vapour (iii) Carbon dioxide
35 What will happen to the water in the pot if left over
(A) Only (i) (B) Only (i) and (ii) the campfire ?
(C) Only (ii) and (iii) (D) (i), (ii) and (iii) (A) The water will turn into a solid.
31 Four loads of different masses (B) The water will turn into a gas.
P, Q, R and S were suspended (C) The water will turn into a liquid.
P 8 kg
at different heights above the
Q 7 kg S 5 kg (D) The water will turn into ashes.
ground as shown below. Which
of the loads will create the R 8 kg
3$ Which of the following is a non-living part in the
deepest depression when they Tray of sand habitat of a bluebird ?
are dropped in the sand ?
(A) Insects they eat.
(A) P (B) Q (C) R (D) S
(B) Water it drinks.
32 Which of these is NOT a natural resource ? (C) Hawks that eat them.
(A) Plant (B) Insect (C) Paper (D) Soil (D) Plants they use for nests.
33 What is the function of sunflowers? 37 The tearing teeth of a carnivore are MOSTLY –
(A) Release oxygen (B) Produce seeds (A) pointed (B) rounded
(C) Absorb sunlight (D) Promote growth (C) wide (D) flat

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3& Which of these birds MOST likely uses its beak to "2 The phases of the Moon occur in a certain order.
scoop up small fish for food? Three phases are shown here. Which is the next
phase in the sequence ?
(A) (B) (C) (D)
?
3' Which of these best shows a change in the state of
matter ? (A) (B) (C) (D)

"3 The given diagram shows the exchange of 2 gases


(A) (B) (C) (D)
in a green leaf during photosynthesis. What are
Gases X and Y ?
"0 Which of these best shows that Earth revolves around
the sun as the moon revolves around the Earth ? Gas X Gas Y
(A) Oxygen Carbon dioxide
(B) Carbon dioxide Oxygen
(A) (B)
(C) Oxygen Oxygen

(D) Carbon dioxide Carbon dioxide

(C) (D) "" Study the diagram below carefully.

"1 Look at the following list:


fish water earthworms trees cats ants
plants
Which of the above need oxygen to survive ?
(A) Only fish and cats
(B) Only fish, trees and cats The diagram represents the water cycle. The
(C) Only fish, water plants, trees and cats sources of energy for the water cycle is _________.
(D) All of the above (A) P (B) Q (C) R (D) S

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"5 When we compare our road transport system to our "' The bat does NOT belong to the same group of
body systems, the roads perform a similar function as the animals as the other three living things because it
(A) respiratory system.
(B) circulatory system.
(C) digestive system. (A) is a carnivore (B) can fly
(D) nervous system. (C) hunts at night (D) does not have feathers
"$ Which of the following animals has the same 50 Study the table below. Which pair is correct?
breathing structure as the animal shown in the given Food producer Food consumer
figure ?
(A) Hibiscus plant Frog
(A) Fish (B) Toad
(C) Snake (D) Earthworm (B) Frog Toadstool

"7 Which of the following plants are sensitive to touch? (C) Goat Bird’s nest fern

(D) Toadstool Rabbit

(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) 51 Which example below is NOT a natural system ?
(A) Plant system (B) Our body system
(A) (i) and (ii) only (B) (i) and (iii) only (C) Means of transport system (D) Solar system
(C) (i) and (iv) only (D) (ii) and (iv) only 52 Observe the picture below. Identify (i), (ii) and (iii)
"& Abhi’s school was by the side of a road. Sometimes
the traffic would be so heavy that they could not
cross the road. So he and his friends requested the
transport authority to put up a road sign that would
help them. Which of these could be the road sign (i) (ii) (iii)
they asked for? (A) (i) – Gas, (ii) – Solid, (iii) – Liquid
(B) (i) – Solid, (ii) – Liquid, (iii) – Gas
(C) (i) – Gas, (ii) – Liquid, (iii) – Solid
(A) (B) (C) (D)
(D) (i) – Liquid, (ii) – Gas, (iii) – Solid

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53 I am found in the human body. Humans cannot live Code: 415 Mathematics
without me. I am found in pairs. What am I ? 01 Which of the following should replace * so that
(A) Eyes (B) Ears 0 * 18 = 0 is correct ?
(C) Lungs (D) Heart (A) + or – (B) × or +
5" Look at the figure of the plant shown. Which of the (C) × or ÷ (D) + or ÷
following usually moves in the direction shown by the
arrow ? 02 Ashraf ordered a pizza for himself and 3 of his friends.
(A) Air taken up by the plant. Which option shows how Ashraf needs to cut the
pizza so that every one gets an equal amount of
(B) Food prepared by the plant. pizza ?
(C) Water taken in by the plant.
(D) Sunlight used by the plant.
(A) (B) (C) (D)
55 Which of these is a carnivore and has stripes on its
body with soft pads under its paws ?
03 The first session of a cricket match began at 8: 15 a.m.
(A) Tiger (B) Snake It lasted for 3 hours and 30 minutes.
(C) Zebra (D) Squirrel
11 1 1
10
9 3
8 4
7 $ #

When did the first session end ?


(A) 8: 45 a.m. (B) 10: 45 a.m.

Question numbers: 56 to 60 (C) 12: 45 p.m. (D) 11: 45 a.m.


This new section ‘Critical Thinking’, has been 0" Ankit wants to place 4 dots along each side of a
introduced only from 2018-19 in the NSTSE rectangle. Identify the least number of dots he
pattern and hence has no ‘Past’ questions. needs.
(A) 1 2 (B) 1 4 (C) 1 5 (D) 1 6

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05 What is the best way to 11 Find the greatest number among the following.
describe how this kite has (A) 95 × 5 (B) 95 + 5
been divided ? (C) 95 – 5 (D) 95 ÷ 5
(A) whole (B) halves
12 What is the value of the digit ‘6’ in the sum of 4034
(C) thirds (D) fourths and 2361 ?
0$ Ram wants to change his 5 rupee note to 50 paise (A) 6 (B) 60 (C) 600 (D) 6000
coins. How many coins will he get ? 13 Giri is 9 years 7 months old and his brother is 2
(A) 1 0 (B) 5 (C) 2 0 (D) 1 5 years 8 months old. What is their total age ?
07 Which number goes in the box to make the sentence (A) 12 years 4 months (B) 12 years 3 months
true ? (C) 11 years 1 month (D) 11 years 15 months
186 > < 121 How many 100's, 10's and ones respectively should
1"
be added to get the smallest 3-digit number ?
(A) 1 9 7 (B) 1 1 0 (C) 1 3 4 (D) 1 8 8
(A) 0, 0 and 1 (B) 1, 1 and 1
0& What is the place of ‘0’ in the product of 574 and 7 ?
(C) 1, 0 and 0 (D) 1, 1 and 9
(A) Hundreds (B) Ones
15 In how many ways can 6.25 be obtained from the
(C) Thousands (D) Tens following coins ?
0' Suresh cuts a cake into 5 pieces. He gives 3 pieces
to his sister and eats the rest. What fraction of the
cake did Suresh eat ?
1 1 2 3
(A) (B) (C) (D)
4 5 5 5
10 Which of the following is the same as 125 seconds ?
(A) 2 minutes 5 seconds
(B) 1 minute 5 seconds (A) 6 (B) 5 (C) 4 (D) 3

(C) 2 hours 5 minutes 1$ How many 8's are there in 120 ?

(D) 12 minutes 5 seconds (A) 1 2 (B) 1 5 (C) 4 0 (D) 4 1

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17 How many numbers less than 100 are 2-digit 23 Which of the following is the multiplication sentence
numbers ? for the given figure ?
(A) 8 8 (B) 8 9 (C) 9 0 (D) 9 1
1& What is seven hundreds plus thirteen tens ?
(A) 7 1 3 (B) 7130 (C) 7 3 1 (D) 8 3 0
(A) 5 × 1=5 (B) 5 × 4 = 20
1' Identify a number using the digit values of 2 on each
number card. (C) 5 × 3 = 15 (D) 5 × 2 = 10
2" Identify the rule and choose the number that fills
&$& &' $'" $" #
the empty box.
(A) 2002 (B) 2022 (C) 2020 (D) 2222
20 A 6 m long wire is cut into two unequal pieces. If
one piece is 3 m 8 cm long, what is the length of
the other piece ? (A) 1 2 (B) 8 (C) 1 4 (D) 9
(A) 2 m 92 cm (B) 229 cm What is the difference of 17 thousands 8 hundreds
25
(C) 22 m (D) 2 m 29 cm and 9 thousands 4 hundreds ?
21 How many tens must be subtracted from 1000 (A) 80 thousands.
to get 430 ? (B) 8 thousands 4 hundreds.
(A) 4 3 (B) 4 3 0 (C) 5 7 (D) 5 7 0 (C) 40 hundreds.
22 The division problem Roy solved on the blackboard (D) 4 thousands 8 hundreds.
is given in the box.
252 7 = 36
Which of the following could Roy use to check his
answer ?
(A) 7 × 252 = 36 (B) 36 × 252 = 7
(C) 36 × 7 = 252 (D) 252 × 7 = 36
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Code: 415 General Science 30 Watercycle is important to us because


2$ Which of the following statements is true for the (A) oxygen from the earth to the sky is recycled.
given group of animals ? (B) water from the earth to the sky is recycled.
Cow, Buffalo, Goat (C) carbon dioxide from the earth to the sky is recycled.
(A) They are domestic animals. (D) nitrogen from the earth to the sky is recycled.
(B) They are called mammals. 31 What controls our activities of seeing, hearing,
(C) They provide us milk. learning, thinking and feeling ?
(D) All of these. (A) Skeletal system (B) Muscular system
2% A black bear eats many different things, including (C) Nervous system (D) Circulatory system
grasses, roots, and berries. It also eats insects, fish, 32 To which body system do the items belong ?
and other small animals. Which of these BEST
describe a black bear ? Food pipe, Stomach, Intestine
(A) Omnivore (B) Carnivore
(A) Skeletal (B) Circulatory
(C) Herbivore (D) Producer
(C) Digestive (D) Muscular
2& Read the given table and fill the circle with the
33 Ram is making a model of a traffic signal using a long
question mark.
box. He wants to colour it. Which colour is used to
Climbing Flightless Wading show stop ?
bird bird birds
VIOLET INDIGO BLUE GREEN
Woodpecker ? Crane YELLOW ORANGE RED
(A) Emu (B) Pigeon (C) Eagle (D) Parrot (A) RED (B) GREEN
2' Which of these is called "farmer's" friend ? (C) INDIGO (D) BLUE
(A) Tapeworm (B) Flatworm
(C) Earthworm (D) Hookworm

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3" A mango tree is classified as a plant because _____. 3' Which of the following is correct about evaporation ?
(A) it can make food. (A) When liquid turns into vapour.
(B) it can take in air. (B) When gas turns into liquid.
(C) it can reproduce. (C) When liquid turns to solid.
(D) it has a cap and a stalk. (D) When solid turns to liquid.
35 Which of the following should come in the empty
"0 The organs below are grouped according to the
box in the given flow chart?
human body systems that they belong to. Which
Flower Fruit ? Young plant organ has been placed wrongly ?

(A) Seed (B) Leaf Respiratory Circulatory Digestive


system system system
(C) Fruit (D) Stem Lungs Blood vessels Mouth
3$ Identify a medicinal tree. Oesophagus Heart Stomach
(A) Mango (B) Banyan (A) Stomach (B) Heart
(C) Neem (D) Papaya
(C) Mouth (D) Oesophagus
!% Which natural resource is most useful in building a
"1 I protect the brain. I consist of bones which are
house ?
fused firmly together to form a shell like structure.
(A) Corn (B) Tree What am I ?
(C) Sugarcane (D) None (A) Skull (B) Ribcage
3& I revolve around the Sun. I am first planet of the solar (C) Spine (D) Sternum
system. I am the hottest of all other members. What
am I ? " Plants get water and minerals from the ________.

(A) Earth (B) Mercury (A) soil (B) sunlight


(C) Mars (D) Jupiter (C) food (D) air

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"3 Why is heart important to us ? Who is/are correct ?


(A) It allows us to take in oxygen from the air and (A) Shreya only
remove carbon dioxide efficiently. (B) Divya only
(B) It pumps blood carrying oxygen to all parts of our (C) Lasya and Dev
body. (D) Shreya, Lasya and Divya
(C) It ensures that the water in the undigested food How long does the Earth take to spin on its own axis ?
"%
is absorbed.
(A) A day (B) A week
(D) It protects our lungs.
(C) A month (D) A year
"" Rohit's teacher asked Rohit to prepare a simple
first-aid box. Rohit completed the task and drew "& Identify P and Q from the chart.
something related on the top of the box. What did P Q
he draw ? Fruit
(A) Tomato Chilli
(A) His name (B) A white ambulance
(B) Mimosa Dragon fruit Edible P
(C) A red cross (D) Doctors' phone number (C) Pineapple Castor
Bittu walked into a room. He said, “I can tell that (D) Apple Coconut Inedible Q
"5
someone has put on perfume.” What sense did Bittu
"' I am a house made of snow. I am a place for Eskimos
most likely use to know this ? to live in. What am I ?
(A) Taste (B) Sight (A) Igloo (B) Tent
(C) Smell (D) Hearing (C) Hut (D) House boat
"$ Read the statements about leaves given by four 50 Which two life processes occur in both plants and
pupils. humans ?
Shreya : The leaves make food. (A) Growth and reproduction.
Lasya : The leaves given out oxygen. (B) Germination and photosynthesis.
Divya : The leaves have tiny openings. (C) Growth and making food.
Dev : The leaves hold plant firmly in the soil. (D) Germination and reproduction.

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51 A teacher asked her students to measure the 5" Which of the following animals is a herbivore ?
length of the classroom.
“I will measure it by counting my footsteps,” said (A) (B)
Rekha. “I will measure it by using hand span,” said
Renu. “I will measure it by using a measuring tape,
“said Ramesh. (C) (D)
Whose method of measuring the length of the
classroom is correct ? 55 Which of these living things is a carnivore ?
(A) Only Rekha (B) Only Ramesh
(C) Only Renu (D) None of the above
52 Why do animals move from place to place ?

(i) To look for food.


(ii) To look for water. (A) Cat (B) Bird
(iii) To look for shelter.
(iv) To get away from danger. (C) Grasshopper (D) Dandelion plant

(A) only (iv)


(B) only (i) and (ii)
(C) only (ii), (iii) and (iv)
(D) (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv)
53 Birds are the only animals that have
Question numbers: 56 to 60
(i) Wings (ii) Legs (iii) Feathers This new section ‘Critical Thinking’, has been
introduced only from 2018-19 in the NSTSE
(A) Only (i) (B) Only (i) and (ii) pattern and hence has no ‘Past’ questions.
(C) Only (ii) and (iii) (D) Only (iii)

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Code: 418 Mathematics 0$ Which number should be written in the given box
01 I am thinking of a number. to make the number sentence correct ?

When I add 2 to the number, I will get 12. 8220 < + 10


What will I get if I subtract 4 from the number ?
(A) 8220 (B) 8210
(A) 8 (B) 5 (C) 6 (D) 1 0
(C) 8205 (D) 8200
02 + + = 15, – = 0% What is the number obtained when 3500 is
rounded off to the nearest thousand ?
What does stand for ?
(A) 3 0 0 0 (B) 3 6 0 0
(A) 5 (B) 1 0 (C) 1 5 (D) 0 (C) 4 0 0 0 (D) 4 5 0 0
03 1st January 2015 fell on a Thursday. Which of the 0& The given picture graph shows the favourite
following are the dates in January falling on Thursday ? activities of 40 children.
(A) 8, 16, 22, 29 (B) 15, 23, 29
(C) 8, 15, 22, 29 (D) 5, 12, 19
0" 306 marbles are packed into some boxes each
containing 4 marbles. How many marbles were left
unpacked ? How many children’s favourite activity is skating ?
(A) 8 (B) 2 (C) 4 (D) 6 (A) 8 (B) 4 (C) 6 (D) 3
05 Find the missing denominator. 0' If the largest 3-digit number is divided by the
smallest 2-digit number, which of the following is
"& 3
= correct ?
2 ?
(A) Q = 99 ; R = 9 (B) Q = 10 ; R = 99
(A) 7 (B) 6 (C) 8 (D) 5 (C) Q = 10 ; R = 9 (D) Q = 9 ; R = 10

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10 Observe the following. 1" A jug of capacity 2 litres can be half–filled by pouring
5 full mugs of water into it. How much water does
+ = 90, – = 30
the mug hold when it is full ?
If these representations are true, which of the (A) 500 ml (B) 400 ml
following is correct ?
(C) 250 ml (D) 200 ml
(A) = 5, = 40 (B) = 40, = 15 15 Write the following in ascending order.
(C) = 45 =5 (D) = 45, = 15
6.50, 400 paise, 3.09, 390 paise
11 How many minutes does the minute hand take to
move from 3 to 9 ? (A) 400 paise, 6.50, 390 paise, 3.09
(A) 6 (B) 1 0 (B) 3.09, 390 paise, 400 paise, 6.50
(C) 2 0 (D) 3 0 (C) 400 paise, 390 paise, 6.50, 3.09
(D) 3.09, 6.50, 390 paise, 400 paise
12 A toy car cost 100. This is 10 times the cost of
a pencil. What is the total cost of the toy car and 1$ How many times 6 is the number of legs of 6 deer ?
pencil ? (A) 4 (B) 6 (C) 5 (D) 3
(A) 110 (B) 1000 1% Mona had 70 cards. She bought 10 more cards and
(C) 20 (D) 150 lost 5 cards later. How many cards did Mona have
How many more parts must be shaded to make the in the end ?
13
" (A) 5 5 (B) 6 5 (C) 7 5 (D) 8 5
figure shaded ?
# 1& Find the missing number.
6 _______ = 19 + 23
(A) 9 (B) 1 5 (C) 7 (D) 4 2
1' Which of the following needs the biggest bag for
packing ?
(A) 5 (B) 4 (C) 3 (D) 6 (A) 1 kg potatoes (B) 1 kg sugar
(C) 1 kg apples (D) 1 kg popcorn
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20 By which same number should 231 and 596 be Code: 418 General Science
multiplied, so that both the products are equal ? 2$ Choose the incorrect statement.
(A) 2 (B) 13 (C) 1 (D) 0 (A) Living things feel.
21 Raja has 6 markers and Nani has 10 markers. Which (B) Living things need food.
of the following actions would result in Raja and
(C) Living things grow old and die.
Nani having the same number of markers ?
(D) All non-living things are man made.
(A) Raja gives 2 of his markers to Nani.
2% Shyam learned at school that leaves have pores called
(B) Raja gives 4 of his markers to Nani.
‘stomata’ on them. On his way back home, he
(C) Nani gives 2 of his markers to Raja. collected a variety of leaves. But he was unable to
(D) Nani gives 4 of his markers to Raja. see the pores. Which of these instruments will help
Observe the given fractions. Shyam to see the pores ?
22

2 A 3
= =
4 16 B (A) (B) (C) (D)
What is the value of A + B ?
(A) 8 (B) 1 4 (C) 1 6 (D) 6 2& The given animals are similar. As they all are _____.

23 How many 25-paise coins will you get for a 5-rupee (A) flesh eating animals
coin ? (B) both plant & flesh eating animals Rats,
rabbits
(A) 1 5 (B) 2 0 (C) 2 5 (D) 3 0 (C) the animals that gnaw their food. and
2" Which number is 3405 less than the difference of (D) All of the above squirrels
8200 and 1548 ? 2' Which of these represent X and Y ?
(A) 3247 (B) 3427 (C) 4953 (D) 6652 (A) X-evaporation, Y-condensation
25 As the hour hand goes completely around the face of (B) X-melting, Y-freezing
a circular clock one time, the minute hand goes
completely around the face of the clock ______ times. (C) X-cooling, Y-evaporation

(A) 12 (B) 24 (C) 60 (D) 720 (D) X-heating, Y-condensation

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30 Our stomach expands when food enters and 35 Which of the following animals chews the cud ?
contracts when it goes out. Thus the stomach can (A) Dog (B) Cow (C) Lion (D) Cat
expand and contract. This is possible because our
stomach is made of 3$ Which of the following organs are protected by the
rib cage ?
(A) bones. (B) muscles.
P – Heart Q – Liver
(A) P & Q (B) Q & R
(C) blood. (D) gases. R – Brain S – Lungs
(C) P & S (D) P, Q & R
31 Which of the following is a road safety measure ?
3% Which of the following is a safety rule on a staircase ?
(A) Ignore traffic signals after midnight.
(A) We should rush down the stairs.
(B) Drive under the influence of alcohol.
(C) Overtake without using your indicator lights. (B) We should pull other children.

(D) Wear a safety helmet while riding a motorcycle. (C) We should push other children.
(D) We should climb the steps in a line.
32 Identify the house that is made of canvas cloth.
(A) House boat (B) Igloo 3& Which of the following units is placed under the
wrong heading ?
(C) Tent (D) Hut
Length Time Volume
33 The weight of a book is measured in
Metre Minute Litre
(A) grams. (B) litres. Kilometre Seconds Kilogram
(C) Celsius degrees. (D) seconds. (A) Metre (B) Litre
3" The diagram below shows a plant. The arrows in the (C) Minute (D) Kilogram
diagram show the path taken by the _______.
3' When you touch ice, you feel how cold it is. Which
(A) food
system is responsible to carry this message to your
(B) sunlight brain ?
(C) water (A) Excretory system (B) Nervous system
(D) carbondioxide (C) Skeletal system (D) Muscular system

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"0 Very fine particles of soil are found in which of the "5 Which of these is a carnivore ?
following types of soil ?
(A) A cat that eats mice
(A) Loamy (B) Sandy (C) Clayey (D) Gravel
(B) A cow that eats grass
"1 Which of the following is safe to use sharpening a (C) A rabbit that eats carrot
pencil ?
(D) A caterpillar that eats a leaf
(A) Blade (B) Knife
"$ Stagnant water breeds
(C) Sharpner (D) None of these
(A) butterflies. (B) grasshoppers.
"2 What are the basic needs of a plant ?
(C) mosquitoes. (D) silkworms.
(A) Air (B) Water (C) Sunlight (D) All of these
"% Green plants make their own food. They are called
"3 Which of the following have webbed feet ? ___________.
(A) predators (B) consumers
(A) (B) (C) decomposers (D) producers
"& The time taken by the earth to orbit the sun is
Duck Sparrow
(A) one month. (B) one day.
(C) one year. (D) one season.
(C) (D)
"' Which of the following terms is used to describe the
Peacock Eagle path taken by the planets to revolve around the sun ?

Humus is made up of (A) Purnima (B) Constellation


""
(C) Galaxy (D) Orbit
(A) coarse particles of gravel.
(B) small pieces of stones. 50 Which layer of soil is dark and made up of loam and
humus ?
(C) rotten leaves and decayed bodies of plants & animals.
(A) Top soil (B) Bedrock soil
(D) coarse particles of gravel, small sand pieces, clay
and small stones. (C) Bottom soil (D) Both (A) and (B)

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51 Which of the following can prepare food on its own? 5" All living things
(A) cannot move. (B) can reproduce.
(C) cannot grow. (D) can move.
(A) (B)
55 Which form of water are ice cubes ?
(A) Gas (B) Liquid
(C) Solid (D) All of these
(C) (D)
Question numbers: 56 to 60
This new section ‘Critical Thinking’, has been
52 Which animal stores fat in its hump ? introduced only from 2018-19 in the NSTSE
pattern and hence has no ‘Past’ questions.

(A) (B)

Cheetah Camel

(C) (D)

Squirrel Polar bear


53 What is meant by prey ?
(A) A mammal with four legs
(B) An animal that eats other animals
(C) An egg laying animal.
(D) An animal killed by another animal for food.

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Code: 421 Mathematics 0$ How many 8’s are there in the product of 14 and
18 ?
01 What time is it 11 hours and 11 minutes after
11:11 p.m. ? (A) 35 (B) 4

(A) 10:22 a.m. (B) 12:00 p.m. (C) 27 (D) 31

(C) 12:00 a.m. (D) 12:22 a.m. 0% If 13 more people went to a music stall, 217
people would have visited in total. How many
02 Which of the following gives the smallest value ? people visited the music stall ?
(A) 10 tens – 7 tens (B) 1 ten + 12 ones (A) 2 3 0 (B) 2 0 0 (C) 2 0 4 (D) 2 1 4
0& What is 8 paisa more than 28 ?
(C) 5 tens – 16 ones (D) 3 tens 5 ones – 2 tens
(A) 36 (B) 28.80
! The numbers from 1 to 25 are written one beside
(C) 108 (D) 28.08
the other. Which digit is in the 25th place from the
right ? 7
0' How many tenths are there in ?
10
(A) 7 (B) 5 (C) 3 (D) 1 (A) 8 (B) 7 (C) 9 (D) 10
0" Observe the following. What is the value of ? 10 Between which two numbers does the quotient of
756 ÷ 8 lie ?
+ + + + = !! (A) 8 and 10 (B) 11 and 13
+ (C) 80 and 100 (D) 110 and 130
= 1
11 Which of the following is different from the other
(A) 6 (B) 5 three ?
(C) 7 (D) 8 (A) metre (B) inch
05 The denominator of a fraction is thrice that of the (C) foot (D) gram
numerator. The sum of the numerator and
denominator is 16. Find the fraction. 12 It takes pairs of horse shoes to shoe 15
horses ?
2 4 3 5
(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) 6 0 (B) 1 5 (C) 3 0 (D) 1 0
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13 It rained every odd-numbered day in July. What is 1% What is the greatest even number formed by using
the total number of days it rained in July ? the digits 5, 3, 2 and 1 only once ?
(A) 3 1 (B) 2 9 (C) 1 5 (D) 1 6 (A) 3 2 1 5 (B) 5 3 1 2
1" Sudha went shopping with 40 and returned with (C) 2 1 3 5 (D) 5 1 3 2
13. Which two things did she buy ?
1& How many years and months are there in 365
Item Cost
months ?
Sketch pens 1
Hair clip 6 (A) 1 year 0 months (B) 12 months
Stickers & (C) 30 years 5 months (D) 25 years 1 month
Play dough 5
1' Vamsi saves 4 everyday. How many days does he
(A) Sketch pens, Stickers need to save 120 ?
(B) Sketch pens, Play dough (A) 31 (B) 28 (C) 30 (D) 29
(C) Play dough, Hair clip
20 Identify the two numbers between which the sum
(D) Hair clip, Stickers 123 + 685 lies.
15 Find the least number among the following. (A) 400 and 600 (B) 700 and 900
(A) 6 8 ÷ 4 (B) 6 8 × 4 (C) 1000 and 1200 (D) 300 and 500
(C) 6 8 + 4 (D) 6 8 – 4 21 When each book is shared by 2 students, 40
students will need
1$ What fraction of the square is NOT shaded ?
(A) 20 books. (B) 40 books.
(C) 60 books. (D) 80 books.
3 6 3
22 Find the value of + − .
9 9 9

7 2 4 5 3 6 1 2
(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D)
9 9 9 9 9 19 3 3

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23 How many hundreds are there in 4480 ? Code: 421 General Science
(A) 4 4 8 (B) 4 4 2$ Which of the following is NOT true about living
things ?
(C) 4 4 0 0 (D) 4 4 8 0
(A) They feel.
2" Which of the following subtractions give 102 as the
(B) They need food.
difference ?
(C) They grow old and die.
(A) 100 – 2 (B) 200 – 98 (D) They do not reproduce.
(C) 400 – 202 (D) 586 – 444 2% Which of these is a herbivore ?
25 If tomorrow is 3 days before Tuesday, then today is (A) A cat that eats mice
(A) Friday (B) Saturday (B) A cow that eats grass
(C) Sunday (D) Thursday (C) A frog that eats insects
(D) An opossum that eats fruit and fish
2& When we boil water in a kettle, steam comes out
of it. Steam is _______ form of water.
(A) solid (B) liquid
(C) gaseous (D) none of these
2' Changes in seasons are caused by
(A) the rotation of the earth around itself.
(B) the revolution of the earth around the sun.
(C) the sunlight and darkness.
(D) the rotation of the sun around itself.
30 What is the function of the skeletal system ?
(A) It helps us think and remember.
(B) It gives shape and support to our body.
(C) It helps us in the digestion of food.
(D) It helps in throwing out the waste from the body.

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31 Which of these organs remove waste matter in the 35 It takes twenty-four hours for one rotation of
form of urine ? (A) the sun on its axis. (B) the earth on its axis.
(C) the moon on its axis. (D) the solar system
3$ Chlorophyll is the green pigment found in leaves.
(A) (B) What is the importance of chlorophyll pigment to
the green plant ?
(A) It helps the plant to reproduce.
(B) It traps carbon dioxide in the air.
(C) It traps light energy from the sun.
(C) (D)
(D) It absorbs water and mineral salts.
! Where should we form a queue ? 3% Which of these swallow the food without chewing
it, and then they bring back the food and chew it
(A) At the school bus stop
slowly ?
(B) While getting into a bus
(A) Gnawing animals
(C) At the toilets
(B) Cud chewing animals
(D) All of the above
(C) Blood sucking animals
33 Which of these can be measured in litres ?
(D) Flesh eating animals
(A) Eggs (B) Milk
3& Which of the following is NOT a bird ?
(C) Sugar (D) Cloth
(A) Penguin (B) Peacock
3" What is ‘X’ ?
(C) Bat (D) Ostrich
heat
Water X 3' Which of the following is a star ?
(A) Dew (B) Rain (A) The sun (B) The moon
(C) Ice (D) Water vapour (C) The earth (D) A comet

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"0 The man in the given figure is a "$ Which system helps to transport food and oxygen
(A) traffic policeman. to all parts of the body ?

(B) doctor. (A) Circulatory system


(B) Nervous system
(C) driver.
(C) Muscular system
(D) bus conductor.
(D) Digestive system
"1 Which of these keeps the rooms dry and free from
germs ? "% Which of the following ‘life processes’ is seen in
animals but not in all green plants ?
(A) Animal (B) Plants
(A) Movement (B) Reproduction
(C) Sunlight (D) Wind
(C) Growth (D) Consuming food
"2 Which of these is found in cold regions ?
"& Which of the following is WRONGLY CLASSIFIED ?
(A) Penguin (B) Peacock
(C) Parrot (D) Sparrow Digestive system Skeletal system
) Stomach Skull
"3 Bamboo, mud, leaves and straw are used to make
which type of house ? * Mouth Ribcage
(A) Bungalow (B) Skyscraper + Large intestine Spine
(C) Kutcha house (D) Tent house , Nostril Heart
"" Which is the largest sense organ of our body ? "' Look at the classification table.
(A) Skin (B) Eyes Body System
(C) Ears (D) Tongue
Lungs : Nose Heart : ‘X’
"5 Rocks are broken into smaller pieces by the action of
Which of the following can ‘X’ be ?
(A) the sun. (B) the wind.
(A) Blood vessels (B) Brain
(C) the rain. (D) all the above.
(C) Small intestine (D) Backbone
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50 I have small openings, air comes into me through 5" Which of these is the non-living part of a forest ?
these openings. I am the kitchen of the plant. Who (A) Tree (B) Soil
am I ?
(C) Worm (D) Mushroom
(A) Root (B) Stem
55 Which of the following characteristics is shared by
(C) Leaf (D) Flower all the animals in the given box ?

51 Which of the following are parts of a leaf ? Lizard Parrot Turtle Snake

(i) Leaf blade (A) They lay eggs


(ii) Veins (B) They can live on land and in water
(iii) Stomata
(C) Their bodies are covered with scales
(A) Only (i) and (ii) (B) Only (ii) and (iii) (D) They look after their young ones.
(C) Only (i) and (iii) (D) All of the above
52 Anu planted a flowering plant in the garden and Question numbers: 56 to 60
placed a stone next to it. She watered both of them This new section ‘Critical Thinking’, has been
daily. Which of the following statements is NOT introduced only from 2018-19 in the NSTSE
correct ? pattern and hence has no ‘Past’ questions.
(A) The plant will have flowers.
(B) The plant will grow.
(C) The stone will grow faster.
(D) The plant needs sunlight.
53 Which of the following bird lays its eggs in a crow’s
nest ?
(A) Koel (B) Owl
(C) Penguin (D) Vulture

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Code: 423 Mathematics 0$ Look at the given abacus


01 What is the least number to be multiplied with an carefully. If two more beads
odd number to make it an even number ? are added to the hundred’s
bar, then which option will be
(A) 9 (B) 4 (C) 6 (D) 2
the new number ? Th H T O
02 Rani bought 6 fruits at 62 each. Anusha spent (A) 1 2 2 8 (B) 5 2 4
48 more than Rani. How much money did they
spend altogether ? (C) 1 3 4 4 (D) 3 4 6

(A) 792 (B) 420 0% If + + = 48 and + + = 12,


what is the value of + ?
(C) 372 (D) 48
(A) 22 (B) 4
03 Ganesh does his homework from 7:40 p.m. for
1 hour 50 minutes. He plays computer games (C) 18 (D) 26
for 45 minutes and goes to bed. At what time 0& Find the dividend.
does Ganesh go to bed ?
5 = 180 R 3
(A) 9: 30 p.m. (B) 10: 15 p.m.
(C) 10: 45 p.m. (D) 10: 30 p.m. (A) 9 0 0 (B) 9 0 3
0" Ram used different blocks to make the given pattern. (C) 9 1 5 (D) 5 4 0

0' Each weighs 2 kg. How much does the block in


the given figure weigh?

Which of the following blocks he did not use ?

(A) (B) (C) (D)


(A) 20 kg (B) 16 kg (C) 30 kg (D) 32 kg
05 Sahil’s sister was born on 29th February, 2000. It is
10 5 tens are subtracted from 800 and the difference is
2013 now, after how many years can he celebrate divided by 25. What is the quotient ?
his sister’s birthday ?
(A) 5 (B) 3 0 (C) 2 5 (D) 6
(A) 2 years (B) 3 years (C) 1 year (D) 4 years
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 Which pair of numbers best completes the equation ? 15 How many more parts must be shaded to make the
× 500 = figure shaded ?
!
(A) 60 and 2000 (B) 2 and 1000 (A) 9 (B) 1 8
(C) 2 4 (D) 2 3
(C) 7 and 350 (D) 10 and 505 1$ By how many centimetres is 20 m more than 20 cm ?
12 Sam drew a line of length 17 centimetres. Sreya (A) 1890cm (B) 1980cm (C) 1908cm (D) 1990cm
erased 3 centimetres of the line from each end. 1% The board shows the cost of a ticket at a theatre.
What fraction of length of line is not erased ? What is the cost of tickets for 4 adults and 3 children ?
11 6 17 6 (A) 52 (B) 28 A dult : 10
(A) (B) (C) (D) C hild : 4
17 17 6 11 (C) 60 (D) 120
13 If Pooja walks 320 m from her house to the park. 1& If Mr. Addison’s house number is 6013, then what
She walks in the park and then returned back home. would be the smallest 4 - digit house number formed
If pooja walked a total of 987 m today, how much by the above digit ?
did she walk in the park ?
(A) 6 0 1 3 (B) 1 0 3 6 (C) 1 0 6 3 (D) 3 0 1 6
(A) 667 m (B) 657 m
1' The smallest three digit number which is even and
(C) 327 m (D) 347 m is a multiple of 3 is ______________ .
1" Observe the following. If these representations are (A) 1 0 0 (B) 1 0 2 (C) 1 0 3 (D) 1 0 5
true, which of the following is correct ?
20 Raj needs to buy an ice-cream worth ` 5. He has
(A) = 4, = 2 some coins of 10 p, 25 p and 50 p. Which of the
following combination of coins will help him in buying
(B) = 2, = 4 + = 6 the ice-cream ?

+ = 12
(A) 5 coins of 10 p, 8 coins of 25 p & 4 coins of 50 p
(C) = 9, = 3 (B) 10 coins of 10 p, 12 coins of 25 p & 1 coin of 50 p
(D) = 3, = 3 (C) 10 coins of 10 p, 12 coins of 25 p & 2 coins of 50 p
(D) 20 coins of 10 p, 4 coins of 25 p & 3 coins of 50 p

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21 Which of the following does not have the same Code: 423 General Science
value of 899 + 2431 ? 2$ Observe the following things and classify them
(A) 3800 – 580 (B) 4923 – 1593 according to their ability to prepare own food.
(C) 6543 – 3213 (D) 10 000 – 6670
Plant Mushroom Grass
22 How many hours are there between 7 p.m. on a
Monday and 10 a.m. on Tuesday ?
(A) 5 hours (B) 13 hours P Q R
(C) 17 hours (D) 15 hours Tree Ant Fern

23 A group of students went for a trip to a place which


was 300 miles away. 10 miles before the halfway S T U
point they stopped to have lunch. How many miles
do they still have to go ? Can make Cannot make
their own food their own food
(A) 240 miles (B) 140 miles
(A) P, R, S Q, T, U
(C) 160 miles (D) 270 miles (B) P, R, S, U Q, T
2" Which shaded region represents the smallest (C) S, T, U Q, R
fraction ? (D) Q, S, U P, R, T

2% Which of the following is the non-living part in the


habitat of a bird ?
(A) Insects they eat.
P Q R S (B) Air they breathe.
(A) P (B) Q (C) R (D) S (C) Hawks that eat them.
25 There are 12 people standing in a queue at a ticket (D) Plants they use for nests.
counter. One-fourth of the people are women. How 2& My complete name is made up of a vegetable and
many women are standing in the queue ? the male of hen. Who am I ?
(A) 3 women (B) 4 women (A) Penguin (B) Peacock
(C) 2 women (D) 6 women (C) Parrot (D) Sparrow

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2' Which organ belongs to respiratory system ? 33 Which is not an example of the basic adaptation
that helps creatures to survive ?
(A) Colour of a bird’s beak.
(A) (B) (B) Colour of the fur.
Lungs Large intestine
(C) The thickness or thinness of the fur.
(D) All of these.
(C) (D) 3" On a hot summer day, Radha kept the same amount
Brain Heart
of water in 4 containers in the kitchen. After a few
30 How does the moon shine, even though it does not hours, water in which container will be coldest ?
have its own light ? (A) A plastic bottle (B) A steel vessel
(A) There is water on moon’s surface (C) A mud pot (D) A glass bottle
(B) It reflects sunlight falling on it 35 Where should we walk on the road ?
(C) It shines due to thick layer of gases surrounding it (A) In the middle of the road
(D) It shines due to stars surroundings it (B) On zebra crossing
31 What will happen to the tree if all the flowers of a (C) On the footpath
mango tree are removed ? (D) At any place of the road
(A) The tree will stop growing. 3$ Which is the fastest running bird ?
(B) The roots will absorb more water and mineral
salts from the soil.
(C) The tree will die. (A) (B)
(D) The tree will not produce fruits. E=glA OstHi?h
32 Which one is a flightless bird ?
(A) Eagle (B) Penguin
(C) (D)
(C) Sparrow (D) Crow
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3% Why is the heart important to us ? "1 Krish is feeling hot on a summer day and sweating too
(A) It allows us to take in oxygen from the air and much. Which clothes will keep him comfortable ?
remove carbon dioxide efficiently. (A) Woollen (B) Cotton
(B) It pumps blood carrying oxygen to all parts of our (C) Nylon (D) Silk
body. "2 Choose a gnawing animal.
(C) It ensures that the water in the undigested food
is absorbed. (A) (B)
(D) It protects our lungs.
3& Which statement best describes the moon ?
(A) It revolves around a star (C) (D)
(B) It takes 29 days to revolve around the earth
"3 Mushrooms get their food
(C) Has the same climate as the earth
(A) from dead and decaying matter.
(D) Has the same atmosphere as the earth (B) from photosynthesis.
3' Which unit would you use for measuring the length (C) by eating small insects which come near it.
of this pencil ? (D) from the water we pour near it.
"" Choose the instrument that is used to observe the
cells of a leaf.
(A) Grams (B) Kilometres
(C) Centimetres (D) Litres (A) (B) (C) (D)
"0 Which among these is the hottest ?
"5 Water and wind can break rocks into small pieces.
What happens to these small pieces when they
(A) (B) break away ?
(A) Plants use them for energy.
(B) They become a part of the soil.
(C) (D) (C) They become food for animals.
(D) They turn into earthworms.

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"$ Which term is used to describe a group of stars ? 51 Why do houses have sloping roofs ?
(A) To absorb heat
(B) To get more air
(C) To help the rain water to slip off easily
(A) Purnima (B) Constellation
(C) Galaxy (D) Orbit (D) To absorb water

"% Find a herbivore. 52 Which of the following units is placed under the
wrong heading ?

(A) (B) Length Time Volume


Metre Minute Litre
Kilometre Celsius Millilitre
(C) (D) (A) Metre (B) Litre
(C) Minute (D) Celsius
"& In the human body, to which system does the given
parts belong to ? 53 Which one is a nocturnal bird ?

(A) Skeletal Collar bone


Rib cage
(B) Circulatory Knee cap (A) (B)
(C) Digestive Backbone
(D) Muscular
"' Which of these can be measured with the help of a
ruler ? (C) (D)
(A) Salt (B) Milk (C) Sugar (D) Cloth
50 The clouds are formed by
(A) condensation. (B) evaporation.
(C) melting. (D) boiling.

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5" The given figures are used as vegetables. They store Code: 426 Mathematics
food in their 01 275 × 9 = ___________.
(A) (170 × 9) + (5 × 9) (B) (270 × 9) + (5 × 9)
(C) (270 × 9) + (50 × 9) (D) (27 × 9) + (5 × 9)

(A) roots. (B) leaves. 02 Hari is 15 years 7 months old. Prasad is 2 years 10
(C) stems. (D) fruits. months younger than Hari. Farooq is 3 years 5
months older than Prasad. How old is Farooq ?
55 What does the figure given below represent ?
(A) 16 years 2 months (B) 15 years 6 months
Sun
Carbon (C) 16 years (D) 12 years 9 months
dioxide
03 How many shapes of B are required to completely
cover shape A ?
(A) 2 (B) 4 A B
Sheep
Tree
Food and oxygen (C) 6 (D) 8
Boy
0" A presentation lasts for 1 week 3 days, starting from
(A) Food chain.
saturday. What is the last day of the presentation ?
(B) Interdependence between plants and animals.
(A) Monday (B) Wednesday
(C) Life cycle.
(D) Reproduction and growth. (C) Sunday (D) Tuesday

# A video game costs < 750. Jack saves 2500 paise


every week. How many weeks must he save to buy
Question numbers: 56 to 60 a video game ?
This new section ‘Critical Thinking’, has been
(A) 25 (B) 30
introduced only from 2018-19 in the NSTSE
pattern and hence has no ‘Past’ questions. (C) 32 (D) 40

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0$ At a running race, flag posts were placed at equal


distance, as shown in the given figure. 10 If 7 + 2 = 9, 70 + 20 = 90, 700 + = 900, +

0m 7m 14 m 2000 = 9000, What is the sum of + ?

(A) 6 2 0 0 (B) 7 2 0 0
Find the distance between the second flag post and (C) 4 8 2 0 (D) 5 0 2 0
the sixteenth flag post. 11 Ali left home at 9:00 a.m. He spent 15 minutes walking
(A) 105 m (B) 84 m (C) 98 m (D) 91 m to Sam’s house and then stayed there for 2 hours 15
0% Ganga has 3 bags of marbles with 8 marbles in each minutes. Ali, then spent another 15 minutes to come
bag. Manga has 8 bags of marbles with 3 marbles back home. At what time did Ali arrive home ?
in each bag. Which number sentence below shows (A) Quarter to 1 (B) Quarter to 12
that Ganga and Manga have the same number of (C) Quarter past 1 (D) Quarter past 11
marbles ?
12 How many more equal parts have to be shaded to
(A) 3 + 8 = 8 + 3 (B) 8 – 3 = 3 – 8
!
(C) 3 × 8 = 8 × 3 (D) 8 – 3 = 5 make of the given figure shaded ?
"
0& Atul had 1 kg of cherries. After he gave some to (A) 5 (B) 7
Praful, he still has 380 gm left. How heavy were the (C) 6 (D) 8
cherries that Atul gave to Praful ?
13 12 curtains can be made from 144 metres of silk.
(A) 600 gm (B) 610 gm How much silk is needed for making each curtain ?
(C) 620 gm (D) 630 gm (A) 12 m (B) 16 m (C) 14 m (D) 13 m
0' The correct equation is at ___________.
1" Mr. Andrew wrote the following problem on
blackboard.
=1 =3
(A) 2 (B) 8 Ÿ Ann had 14 pens.
Ÿ The product of number of Ann’s
and Marshall’s pens is equal to 56.
(C) =6 (D) =4 Ÿ Marshall had Δ number of pens.
10 16

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Which number sentence matches the number of 20 The time shown is correctly mentioned at _______.
pens Marshall had ?
(A) 14×56=Ä (B) 14 ÷ 56=Ä   

(C) 56 ÷14 =Ä (D) 56 +14 =Ä ' !
& "
15 Mohan changed two < 50 notes into < 10 and < 20 % $ #

notes. If he received six < 10 notes, how many < 20


notes had he received ? (A) 39 minutes past 7 (B) 40 minutes past 7
(A) 4 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 6 (C) 2 minutes to 8 (D) 38 minutes past 8

1$ Choose the correct option to fill the blanks. 21 What is the difference between the greatest 4-digit
odd number and the greatest 4-digit even number ?
3 km 50 m more than 923 m is ___________ km
_______ m. (A) 0 (B) 1 0 0 0 (C) 1 (D) 1 0
(A) 3, 973 (B) 3, 923 (C) 4, 73 (D) 12, 280 22 Taran was online for 2 h 30 min. He was offline at 2
a.m. At what time did he come online ?
1% Which figure has the highest number of sides ?
(A) 12 : 00 a.m. (B) 12 : 00 p.m.
3 4 5 (C) 11 : 30 a. m. (D) 11 : 30 p. m.
2
23 The product of 275 and 7 is by ____________ more
than the sum of 847 and 653.
(A) P (B) Q (C) R (D) S
(A) 4 2 5 (B) 3 2 0 (C) 4 7 0 (D) 2 4 5
1& Girish has < 240. Harish has < 93 less than Girish.
Venu has < 486 more than Harish. How much 2" Jack is 33 years old. Jill is 7 years younger than Jack.
money do they have altogether ? Find the sum of their ages in 18 years’ time.
(A) < 1359 (B) < 966 (C) < 1020 (D) < 1005 (A) 58 years (B) 95 years
7 (C) 84 years (D) 73 years
1' of a flag pole is 1015 cm. What is the height of
10
the flag pole ? 25 One third of the area of Ramesh’s square garden is
(A) 1005 cm (B) 1042 cm 12 m2. What is the area of his garden ?
(C) 1450 cm (D) 1220 cm (A) 48 m2 (B) 36 m2 (C) 24 m2 (D) 15 m2

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Code: 426 General Science 2' What should come in place marked ‘X’ ?
2$ Dinesh planted a sapling and measured its height
Climbing bird Preying bird Wading bird
after one week, two weeks and three weeks
respectively. He recorded the same as shown below. Woodpecker Hawk 'X'
Duration h (cm) (A) Crane (B) Duck (C) Eagle (D) Parrot
One week 6 30 The given figure shows an experiment in which a
Two weeks 12 leaf is covered with a plastic bag. After an hour,
Three weeks 20 droplets of water were found inside the bag. These
droplets came out from which part of the leaf ?
What does the record above tell you about the
sapling ? (A) Leaf blade
(A) The sapling is growing. (B) Leaf vein
(C) Stomata
(B) The sapling is moving freely on its own.
(D) Leaf stalk
(C) The sapling is reproducing.
31 Why birds do not fall when they sleep on a tree
(D) The sapling is responding to touch.
branch ?
2% Which of the following things should be used (A) Because of the shape of their claws that holds on
carefully ? to the branch very firmly.
(A) A blade. (B) A pair of scissors. (B) Birds do not sleep on the branches, they sleep in
their nests.
(C) A knife. (D) All of these.
(C) Because their feathers balance their weight.
2& The tree shown below is a __________ tree.
(D) Because of their body shape.
32 What does a tailor use for measuring clothes ?
(A) Measuring tape
(B) Measuring cylinder
(C) Clinical thermometer
(A) Mango (B) Banyan (C) Neem (D) Papaya (D) Weighing machine

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33 Shreya made a model to show the layers of soil. 3$ Which three layers form the soil profile ?
Which jar shows the correct arrangement of layers (A) Air, water and soil.
of soil ?
(B) Minerals, organic matter and living organisms.
(A) (B)
(C) Clay, silt and sand.
Clay Stones
Humus Sand (D) The top soil, subsoil and bed rock soil.
Stones Clay
Sand Humus !% Rohini saw an animal with two legs and wings.
Which of the following did she see ?
(C) (D)
(A) Spider (B) Butterfly
Humus Humus
Top soil Sand (C) Pigeon (D) Housefly
Sub soil Stones
Bed rock soil Clay 3& Which system warns a person that milk is too hot to
drink ?
3" Which of the following helps in letting the smoke
(A) Circulatory system (B) Nervous system
out from the kitchen ?
(C) Muscular system (D) Digestive system
(A) Drain pipe (B) Chimney
(C) Waterpipe (D) Bolts 3' Which of these is called farmer’s friend ?
35 Which of the following is a non-living thing ? (A) Tapeworm (B) Earthworm
(C) Flatworm (D) Hookworm
"0 The animals can be grouped together because they all
(A) (B)
(A) live in the water.
Clouds Silkworm larva
(B) have webbed feet.
(C) have feathers.
(D) live in a cold place.
(C) (D) "1 In how many forms can water exist ?
Grass Mushroom (A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4
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"2 Twenty-four hours is the time taken for one rotation of "& The component of soil made up of rotten leaves and
the decayed bodies of animals and plants is called
(A) the Sun on its axis. (B) the Earth on its axis.
(A) humus. (B) clay. (C) gravel. (D) silt.
(C) the Moon on its axis. (D) the Solar system.
"' Where do we find cactus ?
"3 Which of the following is a stem part of the plant
that store food ? (A) Rain forest (B) Polar

P Q R S (C) Desert (D) Ocean


50 Which planet has the most moons ?
(A) Earth (B) Mars
Potato Carrot Ginger Cabbage
(C) Jupiter (D) Mercury
(A) P and Q only (B) R and S only
51 Pick the odd one out.
(C) P, Q and R only (D) P and R only
(A) Bungalow (B) Multistorey
"" Which of the following is known as the “Kitchen of (C) Skyscraper (D) Hut
the plant” ?
52 Study the following figure. The arrow sign ( )
(A) Root (B) Stem (C) Leaf (D) Flower means “is eaten by”. Which of the following animals
"5 Which of these can synthesize food on its own ? can ‘P’ be ?
(A) Fish (B) Bird
(C) Mushroom (D) Tree 2
"$ A bird is different from a bat because
(A) Frog (B) Eagle (C) Fox (D) Deer
(A) it can grow. (B) it can fly. Birds build nests
#!
(C) it needs air. (D) it has feathers.
(A) to lay eggs.
"% Which of these will grow into a new plant ? (B) to protect and feed their young ones.
(A) A fallen leaf (B) A fallen flower (C) to give shelter to their young ones.
(C) A fallen seed (D) A buried flower petal (D) all the above.
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5" Identify the process ‘X’ in the given figure. Key and Solutions

(A) Evaporation CODE: 446 Mathematics 9 9 9 9


14. (C) > > >
(B) Melting 11 13 15 17
X 1. (A) 356
15. (B) 20 m – 20 cm = 2000 cm –
(C) Cooling 2. (A) 8865
20 cm = 1980 cm
Y
(D) Condensation " # !
12 4 12 − 4 8
3. (B) + $ ! ' 16. (A) − = =
19 19 19 19
55 Ram is making a model of a traffic signal using a long   '
17. (B) Cylinder
box. He wants to colour it. What are the colours he 4. (B) The number itself
should use ? 5. (D) 5 × (643 – 462) = 905 18. (B) 72,500 – 1 = 72,499

(A) RED, BLUE, GREEN 6. (B) 525 × 12 = 6300 4 3 5 12


19. (B) + + =
13 13 13 13
(B) GREEN, ORANGE, VIOLET 7. (C) # &
4 4 4 4
20. (B) < < <
(C) INDIGO, BLUE, YELLOW " 12 9 8 6
(D) YELLOW, RED, GREEN Dividend = 5 × 180 + 4 = 900
21. (D) 6 + 3 + 1 = 10
+ 4 = 904 22. (B) 51 km – 40 km = 11 km
Question numbers: 56 to 60 8. (D) 30 × 10 = 300 23. (D) 8 + 16 + 24 + 32 + 40 = 120

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24. (A) = 17
: 35 min = 95 min 8
introduced only from 2018-19 in the NSTSE
Time spent on running in a 14 14 × 5 70
pattern and hence has no ‘Past’ questions. 25. (C) 35 = 35 × 5 = 175
week = 95 min × 7 = 665
min = 11 hours 5 min
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2 12
10. (A) = ⇒9
3 18 26. (A) Group 2 are liquids. Juice is
more to be shaded a liquid.
11. (A) 46 kg 750 g – 28 kg 850 g 27. (B) At noon the sun appear
= 17 kg 900 g above our head.
12. (D) 60 – 6 – 11 – 15 28. (C) The small and needle-like
– 28 = 60 – 60 = 0 leaves present a small
surface area, thus
13. (B) Perimeter = (16 + 8 + 8 + 8 preventing snow from
+ 8 + 8 + 16 + 8 + 8 + 8 + accumulating. Otherwise, if
8 + 8) cm = 112 cm

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excessive snow is collected, organic matter of plants, 51. (C) The animals shown below
CODE: 446 Critical Thinking
their leaves will be covered dead animals are called are bat and owl. Both are
and will not be able to make saprophytes. active during night and the 56. (B) (26 – 1) + (37 – 1) = 61
food. 39. (D) Mars is a planet. animals which are active
during nights are called as 57. (B)
29. (B) Webbed foot in aquatic 40. (D) Rate of evaporation depends
birds helps them to swim. nocturnal animal. ANT
ANT

upon the heat it absorbs.


30. (D) The handlens help maya to The water in the vessel that 52. (B) The sand sinks to the SUGAR
SUGAR

look the root hairs larger. is kept under sunlight bottom.

31. (D) Part ‘X’ tomato is a fruit part evaporates quickly. 53. (B) Lungs are the organs that ANT

of the plant of the plant and 41. (A) The sun heats the sand enable gaseous exchange to SUGAR

carrot is the root part of the faster than the water. take place. i.e., taking in
oxygen and giving out 59. (C) Anu Kamal Ram Sam
plant. 42. (C) Crane is a wading bird. Lemon
carbon dioxide.
32. (D) Ice absorbs heat from the Water birds with long legs Carrot

sun and melts to form water. are wading bird. 54. (B) Lalitha went to picnic for Co? ee
five hours. Tea
33. (B) A thermometer is used to 43. (B) Earthworm is a living part
measure the temperature. in the garden. 55. (A) A deer is a herbivore, i.e. an ∴ Ram is having carrot
animal that feeds on plants juice.
34. (B) Brain orders each part what 44. (B) Ice cube melts to become only and is eaten by wolf.
to do by sending messages liquid. Solid form changes 58. (A) AIR
through nerves. Brain and to liquid state. 60. (D) 1 hen = 2 fishes
nerves form nervous system. 45. (D) X-Oxygen, Y- Carbon 1 fish = 6 eggs
35. (B) Telescope is used to observe dioxide, Z - Water
distant objects in the sky. 2 fishes = 12 eggs
46. (D) The height of the bean plant
36. (B) When water gains heat and is measured in centimetre. 1 hen = 12 eggs
evaporates from seawater, 47. (B) When Earth comes between
liquid water changes its the sun and moon it causes
state to water vapour THE END
a lunar eclipse to occur.
(water in the gaseous state) During lunar eclipse earth’s
and white salt particles shadow falls on the moon.
remain in the dish.
48. (D) Carrot is the root part of the
37. (C) The birds are grouped plant.
according to their ability to
fly. 49. (C) Non-living things do not
grow or develop.
38. (B) Bread mould is a
saprophyte. Organisms 50. (C) Rocks are the natural thing.
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Key and Solutions 28. (C) Trees give out water during 39. (B) Cow that eats grass is a
the process of herbivore.
CODE: 449 Mathematics photosynthesis in the form
13. (D) 3 = ` 12 40. (D) The sweet potato is a
of watervapour. This is
⇒ =`4 storage root plant. Besides
1. (D) 569 × 10 = 5,690 called transpiration.
+ + = ` 48 helping to absorb water
2. (C) 1,00,000 – 9,999 = 90,001 + + ` 4 = ` 48 Transpiration make us to
and mineral salts for the
+ = ` 44 feel cool under a big tree.
3. (B) Each burger costs = 50 plant. It also stores food.
= ` 22 29. (A) Handlens magnify objects
Each cake costs = 100 + = ` 22 + ` 4 = ` 26 41. (B) Millilitres and litres are the
hence it is used to see the
units used to measure the
Each ice cream costs = 80 tiny pants of an insects
14. (C) 7 km 250 m + 5 km 500 m volume of liquid (l).
4. (D) 2,056 + 9,058 – 8,085 = 12 km 750 m 30. (C) Arrow labelled 3 represents
42. (D) A pointed spear-like beak in
= 3,029 evaporation
15. (B) 1,052 g – 490 g = 562 g a king fisher and broad beak
5. (C) Total members = 8 + 3(8) 31. (B) In the given options option in a duck can easily catch a
16. (B) 100 m ÷ 5 = 20 m
= 8 + 24 = 32 (B) is sparrow. The beak of fish swimming in water or
17. (A) Cube is different from sparrow is best adapted for leaping out of water.
6. (B) 240 × 138 = 33,120 others cracking seeds.
43. (B) When air is blown into the
7. (D) 24 ÷ 8 18. (A) 964321 – 123469 = 840852 32. (B) The moon is the closest balloon, it occupies the
8. (A) Cost of one transistor 19. (A) 8000 – 4753 = 3247 neighbour to the earth than space inside it.
` 1830
the stars. Hence the moon
20. (B) 8,87,421 44. (C) Plants with weak stems are
= = 305 looks larger and bigger
6 21. (C) 15 + 7 = 22 called climbers. They need
than the stars.
Cost of two trasistors support to climb to get
5 + 11 + 13 29 33. (A) Tailor uses measuring tape sunlight.
= 305 × 2 = 610 22. (B) = for measuring clothes.
13 13 45. (C) The heart, blood and blood
6 3 34. (D) Topsoil, subsoil and vessels make up the
9. (A) =
8 4 23. (B) bedrock soil form the soil circulatory system. The
profile. lungs and windpipe belong
15 11 4
10. (B) − = 24. (B) 14 kg ÷ 7 = 2 kg 35. (C) A magnet attracts pins. It to the respiratory system.
17 17 17
25. (C) 3,087 ml helps to pick them up 46. (C) Insects have wings to fly, bat
11. (C) 7) 97 (13 without touching. is a mammal that has wings
91 CODE: 449 General Science to fly and has wings to fly
36. (D) Potato and ginger are the
6
stem parts of the plant. and has two legs, Whereas
26. (A) A crane is a wading bird.
13 weeks 6 days birds are the only living
37. (C) Fallen seed grows into a new
27. (B) Soup and juice are liquid things that has feathers.
4 4 4 4 plant.
> > > states of matter
12. (D) 47. (D) The mushroom and bread
11 15 27 35 38. (A) A plant in a food chain make
mould can be grouped
its own food. Hence they are
under fungi.
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48. (D) The puppy is a living thing. Key and Solutions
It is able to bark, drinks milk J E
and wag its tail. Having four U C CODE: 413 Mathematics ∴ The fraction of the cake
legs does not necessarily I remaining with him = 5 pieces of
mean that it is a living thing. 1. (A) 1 week = 7 days 1 5
The table has four legs but cake =
∴ 7 weeks = 7×7 = 49 days 16 16
it is not a living thing. J I E
U C So, 7 weeks 6 days = (49 + 6) = 55 6. (A) From the given equation (ii),
49. (C) We get eggs from hens days. = 1.
50. (D) Snail moves slowly. C 2. (C) Total length of the ribbon = From equation (i), =7
51. (D) All the animals in the box
J I E 1370 cm
give birth to young, feed on
U Length of the ribbon needed to ∴ x = is correct as
plants and suckle younger decorate a gift = 35 cm.
The word “JUICE” can be 7 x 1 = 7
ones. No. of gifts decorated = 8
formed in 6 ways. 7. (C) 8 hundreds = 800. 3 nines =
52. (C) They help prevent snow from ∴ Length of the ribbon used 3 × 9 = 27.
57. (B) The necessary part of a
collecting on leaves.
book is its pages; there is no = 35 × 8 = 280 cm ∴ 3 nines less than 8 hundreds =
53. (A) Birds push the wings book without pages. Not all Length of the remaining ribbon = 27 less than 800 = 800– 27 = 773.
against air. books are fiction, and not (1370 – 280) cm = 1090 cm 8. (B) The fractions shaded in the
all books have pictures.
54. (C) Formation of water droplets 100 cm = 1 m given figures are :
learning may or may not
on surface of tumbler is
take place with a book. ∴ 1090 cm = 10 m 90 cm 11 2 13
called condensation. in (A) ; in (B) ; in (C) and
58. (D) Mosquito, Cockroach, 18 3 24
55. (B) Humus → Topsoil → 3. (B) "  &
Lizard, Crocodile 11 2
Subsoil → Bed x '
24
in (D); is the greatest of all
3
59. (A) Give me the yellow cAP !$%
the fractions. So, the figure in (B)
CODE: 449 Critical Thinking PLEase.
∴ The missing number is 0. has the greatest area shaded.
60. (A) May 25th is Monday
4. (D) 570 + 430 = 1000 = 100 × 10 9. (D) 7)458(65 Q
I Day from May 25th to July = 100 tens
U C 42
56. (A) 13 th 38
J E 5. (B) Raj ate half of the cake
13 = 6 + 30 + 13 = 49 1 35
⇒ Remaining = cake which 3 R
U C No. of odd days : 49 / 7 = 0 2
J I E is the cut into 8 equal parts.
∴ The required difference is Q – R
1 1 = 65 – 3 = 62.
∴ Each part = ÷ 8 =
U 2 16 10. (A) Remaining amount =
J I E Raj gave 3 pieces to his friends. Amount with Venu – Total amount
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= < [252 – (43 + 43 × 2 + 98)] ∴ Weight of the fruits 21. (B) Cost of each mobile phone =
< 1400
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= < [252 – (43 + 86 + 98)] = (6600 – 1725) g
= < [252 – 227] = < 25 ∴ Cost of 9 phones = < 1400 × 9 = 26. (B) Plants do not have sense
= 4875 g = 4 kg 875 g
< 12600 organs. But they do feel changes
11. (B) No. of girls who took part in 16. (A) No. of words typed in 5
the singing competition = 4233 Cost of 4 laptops = Cost of 9 phones around themselves. The sunflower
minutes = 120
= < 12600 moves in the same direction as the
No. of boys = 4233 – 1029 = 3204 ∴ No. of words typed in 3 minutes sun.
Total no. of participants 120 Cost of each laptop = < 12600 ÷ 4
= × 3 = 24 × 3 = 72.
5 = < 3150 27. (C) Papaya seeds shown as R in
= 4233 + 3204 = 7437
17. (B) Amount saved by Sruthi the given figure on germination
12. (C) No. of computers sold in the ∴ Cost of 5 laptops = < 3150 × 5 =
every day = < 1.50 < 15750 grow into a new plant.
three months
= 756+ 1005 + 483 = 2244. ∴ Amount saved by her in 10 days 22. (A) Present correct time = 5: 20 28. (A) In the life cycle of a plant,
= < 1.50×10= < 15 flower develops into a fruit. A
13. (A) No. of biscuits in each box = Time 1 hour 40 minutes ago = 5:
Total no. of biscuits ÷ Total 18. (B) 82, 62, 42, 22 = 4 fruit has seeds and seeds
20 – 1: 40
number of boxes. 19. (C) 4 spoons cost < 6.40 ⇒ germinate to form a young plant.
= 4: 80 – 1: 40 = 3: 40
= 360 ÷ 12 = 30. 6.40 29. (A) The given information is
Cost of 1 spoon = < = < 1.60
14. (D) 4 The clock in option (A) shows 3: 40. related to the roots.
3 forks cost < 5.40 ⇒ Cost of 1 23. (B) Quantity of water needed to 30. (C) Clouds are non-living things.
5.40 fill the beaker upto 4 litre mark =
fork = < = < 1.80 (4 – 1.5) l = 2.5 l 31. (C) A leaf helps in the exchange
3
stands for 50 apples. = 2500 ml of gases,and a root anchors the
Difference in costs = < 1.80 –
< 1.60 = < 0.20 Capacity of the mug = 20 ml plant to the soil, the trunk or stem
So, each stands for 50 ÷ supports the plant.
∴ A fork costs < 0.20 more than a ∴ No. of mugs of water needed
5 = 10 apples. spoon. 32. (A) A flower is the reproductive
20. (D) The figure in option (D) has 2500
= = 125 part of a plant that develops into
2 squares and 1 rectangle as 20
a fruit.
shown.
24. (D) Cost of 2 apples = < 18
33. (D) Snake has no chewing teeth,
⇒ Cost of 1 apple = < 18 ÷ 2 = < 9 so it swallows its food as a whole.
stand for 8×10=80 apples.
∴ Cost of 5 apples = 9 × 5 = < 45 34. (C) Deer is a herbivore.
15. (B) Total weight of the fruits and
the basket = Reading on the scale 25. (D) A circle has no corners. 35. (C) We can keep our
= 6 kg 600 g = 6600 g So, the figure formed by Vijay is surrounding clean by throwing
as that given in option (D).
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36. (A) A carrot is the root part of 45. (C) Ducks have broad and flat Key and Solutions
the plant. Potato, ginger and beaks. The beak has tiny holes
onion are the underground stem called shovels at the sides. These CODE: 401 Mathematics So, the cost of one tennis ball
=1 × 9= < 9
parts of the plant. help the duck to dig the mud near
the ponds and to pick up worms, 1. (D) The required missing
37. (C) Digestive system helps us in 9. (B) 800 – 750 = 50 ml
number is 168 + 49 = 217.
insects and water plants for their
digestion of food. 10. (A) The required term is
food. The beaks also have 2. (C) On day-2, Krishna worked
38. (C) Regular physical exercises strainers. for 5 hours. (3×5) × 2 = 30.
are essential for a healthy body, 11. (B) Total number of stamps = 109
46. (D) Ice cube is the solid state of Amount he earns in an hour
to keep ourselves fit and to = < 60
water. 5 pupils shared 45 stamps.
develop strong bones and
∴ His income on day-2 ∴ Remaining number of stamps
muscles. Basket ball is a physical 47. (C) Degree celcius gives the
= 109 – 45 = 64
exercise game. It helps us to build measure of the temperature of a = 5 × < 60 = < 300
strong bones and muscles. body. No. of pupils who had 8 stamps
3. (B) Time when it is actually each = 64 ÷ 8 = 8
39. (A) Clay soil is very sticky, water 48. (C) Sunlight keeps our homes 3 p.m. is 3 – 0.33
∴ Total number of pupils
cannot go through this soil dry and free from germs. = 5 + 8 = 13
= 2.27 p.m. as in option (B).
easily. It has no spaces between
49. (C) Brain is an organ of nervous 4. (A) A wooden log is cut equally 2 11
the particles. It therefore holds
system. three times with 2m each. 12. (A) Given A = , B = ,
a lot of water and hence it is used 23 23
in making pots by a potter. 50. (B) Liver and Brain are not
5 3
40. (B) A storm is a strong wind. It protected by the rib cage. C= and D = .
23 23
moves with great speed. A storm 51. (A) “Bitter” taste buds are way
2m 2m 2m 2m 2 11 2 + 11 13
can break off branches of trees, in the back. A+B= + = =
damage buildings and electric Total length of log is 4 × 2 = 8m. 23 23 23 23
52. (C) Neck connects the head with
poles.
the trunk and helps in the 5 3 5+3 8
5. (D) 7 $ 4× 8 = $ 112 ; C+D = + = =
41. (B) X - Mercury, Y- Venus and Z - movement of the head. 23 23 23 23
Earth
53. (D) Water proof cloth is used to × = 6 × 6 = 36 ∴ (A + B) – (C + D) =
42. (C) The digestion of food starts make an umbrella. A torn 13 8 5
in the mouth and ends in the umbrella can be repaired by 6. (B) The required number - =
sentence is 56 ÷ 4. 23 23 23
small intestine. using a piece of old rain coat.
th 13. (C) Total number of students in
43. (C) Water vapour is lighter than 54. (D) Balance is used to measure 12 1 each section = 21 + 18 = 39
the surrounding air, hence it weight of an object. 7. (A) 60 = 5 minute
Number of sections = 5
rises up.
55. (D) Germs are also called as 8. (D) 3 × 9 = 27; 6 × 9 = 54 ∴ The required number of students
44. (C) Soil is of different kinds - pathogens or disease causing
9 × 9 = 81 = 39 × 5 = 195
clay, sandy and loam soil. organisms.
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14. (B) 2×36×3 = 12×1×18 = 20. (A) Age of Chitra = 15 years 4 37. (B) Earthworm is a living part
CODE: 401 General Science in a forest.
9× 6 ×4. So, the missing number months
is 6. 26. (B) Snake, Chameleon and frogs 38. (C) The chlorophyll pigment of
Age of her sister is 4 years 10
swallow their food without a leaf absorbs sunlight to help
15. (B) 900 + 99 + 9 = 999 months lesser than that of Chitra chewing. in synthesising of food.
5×2  = 15 years 4 months – 4 years 10 27. (C) Fern is a green plant that can
16. (A) = ; 39. (C) Rat eats its food by cutting
6 × 2  months = 10 years 6 months make its own food but yeast, it into tiny bits. Such kind of teeth
5 × 3 15 ; mould and mushroom are non- are called gnawing teeth.
= 21. (B) Amount Radhika needs to green plants that cannot
6 × 3 18 buy the videogame is < 205 – < synthesise their food. 40. (D) A snake is a carnivore.

5 × 4 20 5 × 5 2# 147 = < 58 28. (A) A horse is kept in a stable. 41. (C) Waste water from kitchen
= and = . can be used for watering plants.
6×4 4 6 × 5 3 29. (A) A seed gets its food from the
17. (A) The cost of 3 ice-creams seed leaves. 42. (D) 10 + 10 + 5 + 5 + 1 + 1 = 32
22. (B)
grams.
= < 30 30. (C) Frog is an amphibian.
Amphibians live both on land 43. (A) A ripe mango is an edible
∴ The cost of an ice-cream 4 2
The box is = and in water. fruit. So, it is placed in P.
10 5
= < 30 ÷ 3 = < 10 44. (B) Skin and eyes are the sense
31. (D) Potato is a stem tuber and
The cost of a cherry 1 2 1 radish is a tuberous root. organs that are used to choose
Shaded part = × =
2 5 5 the cloth required.
= < (28 – 2 × 10) = < 8 32. (B) Thermometer is used to
23. (C) The number of copies of measure the temperature. The 45. (B) Stem supports the plant and
The cost of a banana newspaper sold in a week = 938
temperature tells us how hot or it helps to transport water and
` (18 – 8 ) 10 The number of copies of cold a body is. mineral salts.
= = ` #
2 2 newspaper sold in a day =
33. (D) It is safe to fly kites in an 46. (C) Animals that live on trees are
18. (B) AB = CD (Since, opposite 938 ÷ 7 = 134
open play ground. called arboreal animals. Monkey
sides in a rectangle are equal.) is an arboreal animal.
24. (D) H T O 34. (B) The height of the coconut tree
∴ CD = 2 m is 12 feet as its shadow is double 47. (A) A ceramic cup is made from
3 2 4
= 2 × 100 cm [Since 1m = 100 cm.] its height i.e., 24 feet. clay. Clay is a non-living thing
If he chooses the digit 2, he that is never alive.
= 200 cm 35. (C) The given organ is a kidney.
should occupy the 20th place. It is a part of the excretory 48. (C) Eagles, vulture and owls kill
19. (B) system. small animals. They have strong,
4 2 5 1 25. (A) 2 →1 sharp hooked beaks for tearing
P= ,Q = ,R= ,S= ; 36. (C) Top soil contains humus. up the flesh.
12 12 12 12 Humus is formed from dead and
1 →2 49. (D) The sun sets in the west.
4 5 9 3 decay of remnants of plants and
P+R = + = = animals.
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which contains seeds while the and animals are called
turnip is the root of a plant that omnivores. Bear is an omnivore. CODE: 412 Mathematics 9. (D) 9763 ⇒ 9 + 7 + 6 + 3 = 25
stores food. 10. (C) 1.60 – 4 × 10 = 1.20
54. (C) The diagram in the given #, # , #", #$, #&, #
51. (B) The moon reflects sunlight figure shown is that of a 1. (D)
120 ÷ 20 = 6
"
at night. digestive system. ∴ There are 6 twenty paise coins.
∴ There are 4 even numbers
52. (D) The tail of a bird helps it to 55. (D) A bat is a living thing as it 11. (A) 20 tens = 200
between 1500 and 1510.
change the direction. It acts like needs to eat.
a rubber of the boat. 2. (C) 9 × 9 = 81 ; 8×8 = 64; 9 × 8 = Second smallest 4-digit even
72 number = 1002
1002 + 200 = 1202
THE END → 9, →8
The number is 1202.
3. (B) 652 ÷ 2 = 326 1 2
12. (C) Option (A): = ,
4. (A) 10 × 50 = 5 4 8
10 × 20 = 2 1
Option (B):
8
5+ 2= 7 = 7 one rupee
coins 3 6
Option (C): = ,
4 8
1 4
Option (D): =
5. (B) 2 8
3 5
∴ is greater than .
2 6 4 8
= ; 6 – 2 = 4 parts
3 9 13. (B) 100 – 20 = 80
6. (B) The greatest even number 80 ÷ 20 = 4
formed by the digits 5, 3, 2 and 1 3 × 4 = 12
is 5312. 14. (A) Smallest 4-digit even
7. (A) A + B + B + 4 g = 24 g number → 1000
A + B + B = 24 – 4 = 20 g Sum of digits = 1+0+0+0=1
A = B + B = 20 ÷ 2 = 10 g 1
15. (C) Madan →
∴ The mass of B is 10 g ÷ 2 = 5 g 2
1 2 1
8. (B)
1 1 1 6 11 12 1 Arun → ÷ 2 = ÷ 2 =
# ' & 4 7234 2 4 4
+1 2 5 0 –2 6 3 5
1 2 1
7 2 3 4 45 99 Hari → ÷ 2 = ÷ 2 =
4 8 8
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1 1 1 8 4 2 1 1 24. (B) There will be 19 pieces of 36. (B) Water, a bluebird drinks is 48. (A) The sign at option A ensure
1− − − = − − − =
2 4 8 8 8 8 8 8 rope. a non-living part in its habitat. the safety of pedestrians and
1 25. (B) 146 ÷ 6 = 24, Remainder = 2 37. (A) The teeth of carnivores are children crossing streets at
of the pizza was left. school zone.
8 ∴ Number of marbles left is 2. pointed to tear the flesh of
16. (A) 83 × 9 = 747 ; 747 + 1 = 748 animal. 49. (D) A bat is a mammal. Its body
CODE: 412 /eneral 5cience 38. (C) The bird in option C is a is covered by hairs.
17. (B) 3666 = 3000 + 600 + 60 + 6
water bird. The bird uses its beak 50. (A) Hibiscus plant is a food
26. (B) Dandelion plant labelled as
Charan to scoop up small fish for food. producer and a frog is a food
(ii) produces its own food.
18. (D) Dhanu 6 39. (C) Melting of ice into water is consumer.
27. (D) A bear that eats fruit and
Jai a change in the state of matter.
fish is an omnivore. 51. (C) A system is something that
60 ÷ 5 = 12 40. (C) The figure in option C shows is made out of two parts or more
28. (D) The given feet are like
that the earth revolves around that work together to carry out a
3 × 12 = 36 webbed feet. Webbed feet are
the sun as the moon revolves certain function. Natural systems
found in aquatic animals used
Hence, Jai is 36 years old. around the earth.
for swimming. are systems that occur naturally
19. (A) 7 × 4 = 28 ; 28 – 12 = 16 41. (D) All the living organisms like and are not created by mankind.
29. (B) A mango tree is classified as
plants, animals need oxygen to Transportation system is not a
Option (A) : 4+4+4+4 = 16 a plant because it can make food
live. natural system as it is created
Option (B) : 12 – 7 – 4 = 1 and has roots to absorb water.
42. (C) The next phase inthe given by human.
30. (A) All living organisms need air
Option (C): 12 × 3 = 36 sequence is a full moon.
to live. Air contains oxygen. 52. (A) Gas particles are in random
Option (D): 3 × 4 = 12 Oxygen is essential for life for 43. (B) In the given diagram the gas arrangement and far apart. They
the oxidation of food and to get X is carbon dioxide and Y is are able to move freely in a
20. (A) 4630 ÷ 2 = 2315
energy. oxygen. container. Solids particles are
4630 ÷ 5 = 926
31. (A) The object with greater mass 44. (A) The source of energy for the closely arranged and tightly
∴ The missing digit is 0. and from greater height when watercycle is the sunlight ‘P’. packed and liquid particles are
21. (B) 2015 is a non-leap year. dropped create the deepest 45. (B) Blood vessels in the loosely arranged.
depression in the sand. circulatory system func-tion as
Hence it has 365 days. 53. (C) Living things need air to live.
32. (C) A paper is a man made the roads and it helps to Human breathe through their
 !  # 
material from a natural source. transport the energy to all parts
22. (C) "  ' $ ' & lungs.
of the body.
` %  ` $ '% 33. (B) Flowers produce fruits and 54. (B) Food that is synthesised in
$ ' % 5 6 0 1 seeds. 46. (A) A fish breathe by gills.
green plants is carried to all the
23. (D) There are 4 quarters in one 34. (A) Dustparticles are trapped by 47. (A) Plant (i) is touch me not and tip of stem to the roots and root
whole. the hair and mucus of the (ii) is insectivorous plant sundew
hairs.
nostrils. are sensitive to touch.
∴ No. of quarters in 5 wholes = 55. (A) Tiger has stripes on its body
35. (B) The water in the pot will turn
5 × 4 = 20 that help it to hide it self from its
into a gas when it is left over the
prey and to protect themselves.
campfire.
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Key and Solutions 14. (C) The smallest 3 - digit = 600 cm – 308 cm
number is 100 = 1 hundreds + 0 = 292 cm
CODE: 415 Mathematics 8. (A) 574 tens + 0 ones
= 2 m 92 cm
×7 15. (C) I. Choice: One 5 – rupee coin
1. (C) 0 × 18 = 0 21. (C) 1000 – 430 = 570
4018 + One 1 – rupee coin + One 25 –
0 ÷ 18 = 0 paise coin. = 57 tens
Hundreds place
So ∗ should be replaced by × II. Choice: One 5 – rupee coin + 22. (C) 252 ÷ 7 = 36 means
Therefore, the place of 0 in the Two 50 – paise coins + One 25 –
or ÷ . 36 × 7 = 252.
product is hundreds. paise coin
2. (C) There are 4 persons to share 23. (D) There are 5 sets of 2 fruits
9. (C) 3 out of 5 pieces of the cake III. Choice: Two 2 – rupee coins + in each. So, the required multi-
the pizza equally. Hence, it are given to Suresh’s Sister.
should be sliced into 4 equal Two 1 – rupee coins + One 25 – plication sentence is 5 × 2 = 10.
pieces. ∴ No. of pieces of cake eaten by paise coin. 24. (D) 12 ÷ 4 = 3
Suresh = 2
3. (D) 3 hrs 30 min later 8: 15 IV. Choice: Two 2 rupee coins + 24 ÷ 4 = 6
a.m. is 11: 45 a.m. 2 One 1–rupee coin + Two 50 –
∴ 36 ÷ 4 = 9
∴ The required fraction is .
5 paise coins + One 25 – paise coin.
4. (A) 25. (B) 17 thousands 8 hundreds
10. (A) 60 seconds = 1 minute 16. (B) 120 ÷ 8 = 15 = 17800
125 seconds = 125 ÷ 60 17. (C) 100 – 10 = 90 9 thousands 4 hundreds = 9400
= 2 minutes 5 seconds Their difference = 17800 – 9400
18. (D) 13 tens = 130
Hence, Ankit needs atleast 12 11. (A) 95 × 5 = 475; 95 + 5 = 100; = 8400
dots to have 4 dots along each 700 + 130 = 830
95 – 5 = 90; 95 ÷ 5 = 19
side of the rectangle. 19. (B) 2868 = 2000 + 800 + 60 + 8 CODE: 415 General Science
Therefore ‘95 × 5’ is the greatest
5. (D) The given kite is divided into among all the given ones. 8092 = 8000 + 90 + 2 26. (D) Cow, buffalo and goat are
4 equal parts. Hence, the best
12. (D) 4034 + 2361 = 6395 mammals, they provide us milk
way to describe the division is 6904 = 6000 + 900 + 4
and are also called domestic
fourths. Hence 6 is in thousands place. 6425 = 6000 + 400 + 20 + 5 animals.
6. (A) 1 rupee is equivalent to two i.e., 6000. ∴ By using the value of the digit 27. (A) Animal that eat both plant
50 paise coins. Therefore
13. (B) Giri’s age = 9 years 7 months 2 in the given numbers; 2022 and animal products are called
number of 50 paise coins that
(i.e., 2000 + 2 + 20) is formed. omnivores.
can be changed for a 5 rupee Age of Giri’s brother = 2 yr 8 m
note = 2 × 5 = 10 20. (A) Length of the wire = 6 m = 28. (A) Emu is the flightless bird.
∴ Their total age = 9 years 600 cm
7. (B) 186 > 110 and 110 < 121 29. (C) Earthworm dig tunnels in
7 months + 2 years 8 months Length of one of the pieces
∴ 186 > 110 < 121 the soil and live in them. While
= 12 years 3 months = 3 m 8 cm = 308 cm doing this, they turn and loosen
∴ Length of the other piece the soil. Hence called farmer’s
friend.
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30. (B) Water cycle is important to 42. (A) Plants get water and Key and Solutions
us to recycle as it recycles minerals from the soil.
water from the earth to the sky. CODE: 418 Mathematics ") 306 (76
43. (B) Heart pumps oxygenated –28
31. (C) Nervous system controls all blood to all parts of the body. 1. (C) 10 + 2 = 12 26
our activities of seeing, hearing, 44. (C) A red cross indicates –2"
learning, thinking & feeling. ∴ The required number is 10
medical care.
32. (C) Food pipe, stomach and and 10 – 4 = 6. ∴ 2 marbles
45. (C) Nose is a sense organ that were left
intestine are the parts of smells things. unpacked.
digestive system. 2. (B)
+ + = #
46. (D) Leaves make food for the 48 ÷ 6 3
33. (A) Red is used to stop. plant, it releases oxygen through 5. (A) 112 =
÷6 7
34. (A) A mango tree is classified tiny openings called stomata. ⇒ 5 + 5 + 5 = 15
as a plant because, it can make 47. (A) The earth takes 24 hours or 6. (A) 8220 < 8220 + 10
its own food. 1 day to rotate on its own axis. ∴ =5 7. (C) In 3500 the digit in
35. (A) A flower develops into 48. (C) Pineapple is a edible fruit hundreds place is 5. So, to
fruits. Fruits contain seeds in it. and a castor is an inedible round it off to the nearest
_ = thousands, replace the digits in
A seed germinates and grows fruit.
into an young plant. ones, tens and hundreds places
49. (A) Igloo is a house made of with 0, and add 1 to the
36. (C) Neem is a medicinal tree. snow. Eskimos live in igloos. _ 5 =5
⇒ thousands digit.
37. (B) Doors and windows are 50. (A) Growth and reproduction ∴ 3500 rounded to the nearest
made from the wood made from occur in both plants and animals. thousand is 4000.
branches and trunk of a tree. ∴ = 5 + 5 = 10
51. (B) A measuring tape is the 8. (A) Given each stands for 2
38. (B) Mercury is the nearest best thing for measuring the children.
3. (C) 1St January 2015
planet to the sun. It is the hottest length of a classroom. Some (Thursday) Total number of children = 40
planet. people may have bigger palms
and foot span and give different The other Thursdays in January Number children shown in the
39. (A) On heating liquid turns into 2015
measurements. graph = 2 × 16 = 32
vapour. The process in which
liquid turns into vapour is 52. (D) Animals move from place = 8, 15, 22 and 29. ∴ Number of children whose
called evaporation. to place in search of food, 4. (B) Total no. of marbles = 306 favourite activity is skating =
water, shelter and to get 40 – 32 = 8
40. (D) Oesophagus is a part of the No. of marbles in each box = 4.
protection from danger.
human digestive system. ∴ No. of marbles left unpacked 9. (A) Q = 99
53. (D) Birds are the only animals
41. (A) Skull is called bony box. It
that have feathers. Wings and = Remainder of the division 10 999
protects the brain. It consist of 306 ÷ 4
–90
legs are also found in insects.
bones which are fused firmly 99
together to form a shell like 54. (D) Rabbit is a herbivore. – 90
structure. 55. (A) Cat is a carnivore.
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10. (D) = 90 ÷ 2 = 3.09, 390 p, 400 p, 6.50 23. (B) One rupee has four 25- 34. (A) In the given figure arrows
paise. represent the movement of food.
16. (A) Since each deer has four
= 45
legs, number of legs of 6 deer So, 5-rupees have 5 × 4 = 20 35. (B) Animals which chew their
– 30 = is 4 times 6. food in the form of cud are
twenty 25-paise coins you need called ruminants.
17. (C) Number of cards Mona had to get a 5-rupee coin.
45 – 30 = 15 = 70 36. (C) Heart and lungs are
24. (A) The difference of 8200 and protected by rib cage.
= = 15 10 more than 70 = 70 + 10 = 80 1548 = 8200 – 1548 = 6652
5 less than 80 = 80 – 5 = 75 37. (D) We should climb the steps
11. (D) The minute hand moves by ∴ 6652 – 3405 = 3247 is the
in a line is a safety rule
6 numbers from 3 to 9. So, it ∴ Mona have 75 cards in the end. required number. followed on a stair case.
takes 6 × 5 = 30 minutes to move 18. (C) 6 × ? = 19 + 23 25. (D) 12 × 60 = 720
from 3 to 9. 38. (D) Volume is not measured in
⇒ 6 × ? = 42 kilogram.
12. (A) Cost of toy car = 100 CODE: 418 General Science
⇒ ? = 42 ÷ 6 = 7 39. (B) Sense organs are parts of
Cost of a pencil = 100 ÷ 10 26. (D) Non-living things are both nervous system. Nervous
= 10 19. (D) Popcorn being very light,
natural and man made. system helps us to know how
more quantity is obtained for 1
Total cost of toy car and pencil hot or cold an object is.
kg. So, it needs the biggest bag 27. (B) A microscope is used to
= (100+10) for packaging. observe tiny things like 40. (C) In clayey soil, very fine soil
= 110 microorganisms and stomata. particles are present.
20. (D) 231 × 1 ≠ 596 × 1
13. (A) Five more squares must be But 231 × 0 = 0 & 596 × 0 = 0 28. (C) Rats, rabbits and squirrels 41. (C) Using a sharpener is a
shaded. eat their food by biting into safety measure to sharp a
∴ The required number is 0. small bits little by little. pencil.
5+3=8
21. (C) When Nani gives 2 of his 29. (B) In the given figure ice 42. (D) Air, water and sunlight are
There shaded region markers to Raja both of them have absorbs heat and melts to form the basic needs of a plant.
3+ 5 8 markers each. liquid. Liquid on cooling
43. (A) Water bird like duck has
10 ×" changes to ice. 'X' - Melting and
webbed toes to help them to
& 'Y' - Freezing.
8 4 22. (B) " = $ ⇒ A=8 swim in water.
= = ×" 30. (B) Stomach is made of muscles.
10 5 44. (C) Humus is made up of rotten
÷2 ×3 31. (D) Wearing a safety helmet leaves and decayed bodies of
14. (D) 1000 ml ÷ 5 = 200 ml 2 = 1 1 = 3
and while riding a motorcycle is a plants and animals.
15. (B) Expressing 6.50, 400 paise, " ÷2 2 2 ×3 $
road safety measure.
45. (A) A cat that eats mice is a
3.09, and 390 paise in the ∴ B=6 32. (C) A tent is made of canvas carnivore.
same units, (i.e., paise), we get
Thus, A + B = 8 + 6 = 14. cloth.
650 p, 400 p, 309 p and 390 p 46. (C) Stagnant water breeds
33. (A) The weight of a book is mosquitoes.
Their ascending order is 309 p,
measured in grams.
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47. (D) Green plants make their 51. (D) Only green plants and trees Key and Solutions
own food are called producers. can make their own food.
CODE: 421 Mathematics 252 = (31 × 8) + 4
48. (C) The earth takes 365 days or 52. (B) A camel stores fat in its
one year to orbit around the hump. 1. (A) 11 hrs 11 min after 11:11 ∴ There are ‘31’ 8’s in the
sun. product of 14 and 18.
53. (D) Prey means an animal p.m. is 10: 22 a.m.
49. (D) Orbit is the path taken by killed by another animal for 2. (D) 10 tens – 7 tens = 30 7. (C) The required no. of people
the planets to revolve around food. who went to the music stall =
1 ten + 12 ones = 10 + 12 = 22 217–13 =204
the sun.
54. (B) All living things can
5 tens – 16 ones = 50 – 16 = 34 8
50. (A) Top soil contains humus. reproduce and increase their
3 tens 5 ones – 2 tens = 15 8. (D) 8p = ` = ` 0.08
Humus is rich in nutrients due number. 100
to the presence of decomposed ∴ 3 tens 5 ones – 2 tens gives the ∴ 8p more than ` 28
55. (C) Ice cubes are the solid
organic matter. smallest value.
form of water.
3. (C) = ` 28 + ` 0.08
= ` 28.08
THE END 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
1
9. (B) is a tenth. So, there are
∴ 25 digit from the right = 3
th
10
7 tenths in
7 .
4. (C) + + + +
10
= 33 10. (C) The required quotient lies
between 80 and 100.
+ + + 12 = 33 ∴ Remainder = 4
11. (D) Gram is the unit of mass
So, + + = 33 – 12
while the other three are units
= 21 = 7 + 7 + 7 of length.
∴ =7 12. (C) Each horse takes 2 pairs of
horse shoes.
4
5. (B) In , the denominator is Pair of horse shoes to shoe
12
12 which is thrice the 15 horses = 2×15 = 30
numerator 4, and the sum of the 13. (D) The month of July has 31 days.
numerator and denominator is
4 + 12 = 16. Given that it rained on every
odd-numbered day.
6. (D) Product of 14 and 18
∴ Number of odd numbers from 1
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14. (B) Amount before going 30. (B) Skeletal system gives shape 45. (D) By the action of the wind,
20. (B) 1 2 3
shopping = ` 40 and support to our body. the sun and the rain, rocks are
+ 6 8 5 broken into soil.
31. (C) Kidneys help to remove
Amount after shopping = ` 13 8 0 8 wastes from the blood in the 46. (A) Circulatory system helps to
∴ Amount spent = ` (40–13) form of urine. transport food and oxygen to all
700 < 808 < 900
32. (D) We should form a queue at parts of the body.
= ` 27 21. (A) One book is shared by 2 the bus stop, toilets and while
getting into a bus. 47. (D) Animals depends on other
= ` 12 + ` 15 students.
organisms for their food. They
40 students need 40 ÷ 2 = 20 33. (B) Milk is measured in litres. consume the food. Plants can
∴ Things bought are sketch pens
and play dough. books. 34. (D) Water on heating changes make their own food.
to water vapour 48. (D) Nostril is a part of
15. (A) 68 ÷ 4 = 17 22. (D) 3 6 3 3+6 −3
+ − = 35. (B) The earth takes twenty four respiratory system and heart is
68 + 4 = 72 9 9 9 9 hours for one rotation on its the part of circulatory system.
68 × 4 = 272 own axis. 49. (A) Lungs receive air through
9−3 6 2
68 – 4 = 64 = = = 36. (C) Chlorophyll is the green nose and heart receive blood
9 9 3 through blood vessels.
Here, 17 is the least. pigment that is found in leaves.
23. (B) 4480 = 4400 + 80 It traps light energy from the sun 50. (C) Leaves help in synthesising
16. (A) 7 small squares of the big to prepare food by using carbon
So, there are 44 hundreds in the food.
square (9 = small squares) are dioxide and water.
4480. 51. (D) The flat part of a leaf is
NOT shaded.
24. (B) 100–2=98 ; 200 – 98 = 102 37. (B) Cud chewing animals bring called the leaf blade. In the
7 back the food and chew it well middle of the leaf blade a thin
∴ The required fraction is . 400–202 = 198 ; 586 – 444
9 very slowly. tube with many branches are
17. (B) 5312 is the greatest even = 142 38. (C) Bat is NOT a bird. called veins. The lower side of
the leaf has many tiny openings
number that can be formed. 25. (A) 3 days before Tuesday is 39. (A) The sun is a star. called stomata.
18. (C) 12 months = 1 year saturday.
40. (A) The man in the given figure 52. (C) The stone is a non-living
∴ Tomorrow is saturday, is a traffic policeman. thing. Non-living thing does not
⎛ 365 ⎞ hence today is Friday.
∴ 365 months = ⎜ ⎟ years 41. (C) Sunlight keeps the room dry
grow.
⎝ 12 ⎠
CODE: 421 General Science and free from germs. 53. (A) A koel lays its eggs in a
∴ 365 months = 30 years 5 crow's nest.
months 42. (A) Penguin is found in cold
26. (D) All living things reproduce.
regions. 54. (B) Soil is the non-living part of
19. (C) Amount saved by Vamsi 27. (B) A cow that eats grass is a the plant.
herbivore. 43. (C) A kutcha house is built by
daily = ` 4
using bamboo, mud, leaves and 55. (A) Lizard, parrot, turtle and
28. (C) Steam is gaseous form of straw. snake are egg laying animals.
Total amount saved = ` 120 water.
∴ No. of days 29. (B) Changes in the seasons are 44. (A) The skin is the largest
caused by the revolution of sense organ of our body.
= ` 120 ÷ ` 4 = 30 earth around the sun.
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Key and Solutions 11. (B) 2 × 500 = 1000 18. (B) Given number is 6013.
12. (A) Length of line drawn by Arranging the digits in ascending
CODE: 423 Mathematics the other leap years are as
Sam = 17 centimetres order, we get 0 < 1 < 3 < 6
follows
1. (D) The least odd number = 1 Length of line erased by Sreya = Now, 0 cannot be at thousand’s
2004, 2008, 2012, 2016 place as a four-digit number is
and the least even number is 2. 3 centimetres from each end
It is 2013 now, so after 3 years = 3 × 2 centimetres to be formed.
∴ The required least number = 2 a leap year will come i.e., 2016 = 6 centimetres Hence, the smallest 4 -digit
2. (A) Amount spent by Rani – 2013 = 3 years number formed by using the
Length of line not erased = 17 –
= 62 × 6 = 372 Therefore, he can celebrate his 6 = 11 above digits is 1036.
sister’s birthday after 3 years. 19. (B) 102 is even and is
Amount spent by Anusha So, fraction of length of line not
6. (B) Total number shown by the divisible by 3.
= (372 + 48) = 420 11
beads in the abacus = 3 × 100 + erased = 20. (C) 10 × ` 0.01 + 12 × ` 0.25 +
17
∴ Total amount spent by them 2 × 10 + 4 × 1 2 × ` 0.50
13. (D) 320 + 320 + x = 987
= (372 + 420) = 792 = 300 + 20 + 4 = 324 = Re 1 + ` 3 + Re 1 = ` 5
987 – 640 = 347 m
3. (B) 1 hr 50 min after 7:40 p.m. Adding two more beads at 21. (A) 899 + 2431 = 3330
hundred’s bar will make the 14. (C) If = 9 and = 3 3800 – 580 = 3220
= 7 : 40 p.m. + 1 hr 50 min. number = 500 + 20 + 4 = 524
then 3 + 3 = 6 and 9 + 3 = 12 4923 – 1593 = 3330
= 9 : 30 p.m. + 45 min. 7. (D) Given + + = 12. 15. (A) Total no. of parts in the 6543 – 3213 = 3330
= 10 : 15 pm. Hence, = 12 ÷ 3 = 4 figure = 18
100 000 – 6670 = 3330
4. (C) Looking at the given pattern Also + + = 48
made by using the blocks we see 22. (D) The duration between 7
So, = (48 – 4) ÷ 2 p.m. on a Monday to 10 a.m. on
that, following blocks are being
used. = 44 ÷ 2 = 22 Tuesday is 15 hours. (Since, 7
3 out of 12 parts are already p.m. to 12 midnight is 5 hours
Therefore, + shaded. So,the number of parts and 12 midnight to 10 a.m. is
= 22 + 4= 26. to be shaded = 12 – 3 = 9. 10 hours.)
(B) 8. (B) Dividend = (Quotient 16. (B) 20 m – 20 cm 23. (C) The distance of the place =
(A) (D) × Divisor) + Remainder 2000cm – 20 cm 300 miles
= (180 × 5 ) + 3 (3 1m = 100 cm)= 1980 cm So, half of the distance = 300 ÷
So, block in option figure (C) is
17. (A) Cost of each adult ticket 2 = 150 miles
not used in the pattern = 900 + 3 = 903
= 10 Point, where they stopped from
5. (B) We know that February has 9. (D) 16 blocks × 2 kg = 32 kg
Cost of each child ticket = 4 lunch = 10 miles before the half
29 days in a leap year. point = 150 − 10 = 140 miles
10. (B) 5 Tens = 5 × 10 = 50 ∴ Total cost of tickets for 4
Also, every leap year comes ∴ Distance they still have to
800 – 50 = 750 adults and 3 children = (4 × 10
after 4 years. travel to reach the destination =
+ 3 × 4) = 52
So, if 2000 was a leap year, then 750 ÷ 25 = 30 300 − 140 = 160 miles
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1 31. (D) If all the flowers of a mango 43. (A) Though mushrooms are 49. (D) Cloth is measured with a ruler.
24. (C) Figure P shows shaded region tree are removed, it will not plant like, they are non-green
3 50. (A) Clouds are formed by the
produce fruits. and cannot prepare food on
3 condensation of water vapour.
Figure Q shows shaded region 32. (B) Penguin is a flightless bird. their own. They get their food
4 from dead and decaying matter. 51. (C) Sloping roof allows the rain
33. (A) Colour of a bird’s beak is water to slip off easily
2 1
Figure R shows = shaded region not an adaptation to the climate 44. (D) A microscope is an
8 4 or protection from the predators. instrument used to observe 52. (D) Celsius is a unit used to
microscopic structures and small measure the temperature of a
2 1 34. (C) A mud pot is made up of
Figure S Shows = shaded region parts like stomata of a leaf. place or a thing.
6 3 clay soil. It contains small pores
through which air enters and 45. (B) Soil is formed by the 53. (C) An owl is a nocturnal bird.
1 4 3 9 1 3
= ; = ; = keeps water cool on a hot weathering of rocks. 54. (A) Carrot and radish store
3 12 4 12 4 12
summer day. food in their roots.
3 4 9 1 1 2 46. (B) A group of stars is called a
So, < < So, < < 35. (C) We should walk on the
12 12 12 4 3 4 constellation 55. (B) The given figure shows or
footpath while walking on the
25. (A) No. of women in the queue = represents interdependence
road. 47. (B) Grasshopper is a herbivo-
1 between plants and animals.
One forth of 12 = ×12 = 3 36. (B) Ostrich is the fastest running rous animal.
4 bird. 48. (A) Collar bone, rib cage, knee
CODE: 423 General Science 37. (B) Heart pumps oxygenated cap and backbone are the parts
blood to all parts of the body. of the skeletal system in a
26. (B) P, R, S and U are plant, grass, human body.
tree and fern are the green 38. (B) The moon is the natural
plants that can synthesise their satellite of the earth. It takes
own food. Mushroom (Q) and about 29 days to complete one THE END
ant (T) depends upon other revolution around the earth.
organisms for their food. 39. (C) Centimeter is the smallest
27. (B) Air is a non-living thing, unit to measure the length of the
part in the habitat of a bird. pencil.
28. (B) Peacock is a bird. It’s name 40. (A) Among the given figures, the
has a vegetable pea and male of sun is the hottest. It is a hot
hen a cock. mass of gases.
29. (A) Lungs are the organs of 41. (B) Cotton clothes keep Krish
respiratory system. comfortable in summer.
30. (B) Moon does not have its own
42. (C) Rat is called a gnawing
light. It shines due to sun’s
animal as it eats its food by
light.
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Key and Solutions 9. (C) In option (A), fraction of


2 ∴ + =200+7000
CODE: 426 Mathematics So, number of triangles B to be shaded parts =
used to cover the shape A = 6 3 = 7000 + 200 = 7200
1. (B) 275 × 9 In option (B), fraction of shaded
4. (A) 1 week and 3 days mean 10 So, option (B) is correct.
days. If today is saturday, and 4
= (270 + 5) × 9 parts =
the last day is after 10 days 7 11. (B) Time when Ali left home =
= (270 × 9) + (5 × 9) then it would falls on a Monday. 9:00 am
In option (C), fraction of shaded
2. (A) Age of Hari is = 15 years 7 5. (B) Cost of video game = 6 Time spent in walking to Sam’s
months ` 750 parts = house = 15 min.
10
Age of Prasad = Money saved by Jack every week In option (D), fraction of shaded Time spent at Sam’s house = 2
4 hour 15 min.
= 2500 paise
+ 12 months parts =
= ` 25 [ 1 rupee = 100 paise] 6 Time spent in coming back to
home = 15 min.
14 19 So, number of weeks in which In option (A), (B) and (D),
15 years 7 months ` 750 will be saved = Total fraction of shaded part does So, total time taken = 15
− 2 years 10 months money to be saved ÷ Money not show a correct fraction. minutes + 2 hours 15 minutes +
saved in one week 15 minutes= 2 hours 45 minutes
So, option (C) is correct.
12 years 9 months = ` 750 ÷ ` 25 = 30 ∴ Time when Ali arrived back
10. (B) Given, 7 + 2 = 9
6. (C) Distance between two flag home = 9 : 00 am + 2 hour 45
Age of Farooq = 12 years posts = ( 7 – 0) m = 7m 70 + 20 = 90 minutes

9 months Distance between 2nd flag post So, 700 + 200 = 900 ...(i) = 11:45 a.m.
and 16th flag post and 7000 + 2000 = 9000 Which is equal to quarter to 12.
+ 3 years 5 months = (16 – 2) × 7 m
12. (B) Total number of equal parts
= 14 × 7 m = 98 m Given, 700 + = 900 ...(ii)
15 years 14 months = 16
7. (C) 3 × 8 = 8 × 3 On comparing Eqs. (i) and (ii), Number of shaded parts = 5
Age of Farooq = 16 years 2 we get
8. (C) Total weight of Cherries = 1
months Required shaded fraction
kg = 1000 gm
( 1year = 12 months) = 200 3×4
Weight of cherries left = 380 gm =
3. (C) The given figure A is as 4×4
follows Weight of cherries Atul gave to
Also, + 2000 = 9000 No. of shaded parts in the figure
Praful
=5
 " = 1000 gm – 380 gm = 620 gm
More parts that have to be
# Therefore, the answer is option ∴ = 7000
shaded = 12 – 5 = 7
(C) 620 gm.
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13. (A) Number of curtains made ∴ Total money Area = ? 34. (B) Chimney helps in let the
from 144 m = 12 = ` 240 + ` 147 + ` 633 smoke out of kitchen.
Each curtain is made from 144 m = ` 1020 35. (A) Clouds are non-living
÷ 12 = 12 m 12 m
2
things.
19. (C) Height of the flag pole
14. (C) Number of pens Marshall 36. (D) The top soil, the subsoil
10
had = Δ = 1015 × = 1450 and bed rock soil are the parent
7
Number of pens Ann had = 14 material forms the layers of the
20. (A) 39 minutes past 7. The area of his square garden soil.
Product of the number of pens 21. (C) Greatest 4-digit odd number is 36 m2.
Ann and Marshall have = 56 = 9999 37. (C) Birds are the only animals
with feathers and two legs.
i.e. Δ × 14 = 56 Greatest 4-digit even number = CODE: 426 General Science Pigeon is a bird.
9998
So, number of pens Marshall 38. (B) Nervous system helps to
difference = 1. 26. (A) A sapling is a living thing
had = 56 ÷ 14 know things around us.
that grows.
22. (D) Taran was online at 11:30 pm.
∴ Δ = 56 ÷ 14 27. (D) We should be careful while 39. (B) Earthworm is called as
23. (A) Product of 275 × 7 = 1925 using sharp objects like blade, farmer’s friend.
Hence, option (C) is correct.
Sum of 847 + 653 = 1500 scissors and knife.
15. (B) Two ` 50 = 2 × ` 50 = ` 100 40. (C) The animals given in the
Six ` 10 notes = 6 × ` 10 = ` 60 Difference = 425 28. (B) The given figure is of box are birds, they have
Banyan tree. feathers.
` 100 – ` 60 = ` 40. 24. (B) Present age
29. (A) Crane is a wading bird. 41. (C) Water exists in 3 states they
Two ` 20 notes make ` 40. Jack’s = 33 years
30. (C) Stomata are the tiny are solid, liquid, gaseous states.
Hence, Mohan received Jill’s = 33 – 7
openings present on the 42. (B) Twenty-four hours is the
2 ` 20notes. = 26 years underside of leaf. It allows time taken for one rotation of the
16. (A) 3km 50 m + 923 m = 3 km exchange of gases and release earth on its own axis.
Age after 18 years
973 m water in the form of water
Jack’s = 33 + 18 = 51 years vapour. 43. (D) Potato and ginger store
food in their underground stem.
Q Jill’s = 26 + 18 = 44 years 31. (A) When birds sit, on a branch,
17. (B) in this figure Underground stems have buds
their toes hold around the
After 18 years, total age of Jack which can grow to produce new
there are 10 sides. branch with feet locked, hence
and Jill is plants.
while sleeping birds don’t fall.
18. (C) Money with Girish = ` 240 = 51 + 44 = 95 years
32. (A) A tailor uses a measuring 44. (C) Leaf is known as “Kitchen of
Money with Harish = 240 – 93 = the plant”.
25. (B) Area of square garden tape to measure the clothes.
` 147
Money with Venu =147 +486 = ` = 12 × 3 = 36 m2 33. (C) The figure in ‘C’ option is
633 correct in showing the
arrangement of layers in the
soil.
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45. (D) Only green plants are Jupiter has 69 moons.
capable of preparing food on
Mercury has no moons.
their own. Non-green plants and
animals cannot prepare food on 51. (D) A hut is a kutcha house.
their own.
52. (D) In the given food chain the
46. (D) A bird is different from bat animal ‘P’ must be a herbivore.
because it has feathers Deer is a herbivore.

47. (C) A fallen seed will grow into 53. (D) Birds build nests to lay eggs,
a new plant. to provide shelter, protection
and feed their young ones.
48. (A) Humus is a part of soil
formed by the rotting of leaves 54. (B) In the given figure ice
and decayed bodies of plants absorbs heat and melts to form
and animals. liquid. The process is called
melting.
49. (C) Cactus are desert plants.
55. (D) Yellow, red and green are
50. (C) Earth has on moon. the three colours that are to be
Mars has two moons. used by Ram to paint the model
of the traffic signal.

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