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Set A

Year 2014
2 8th IMO - Set A

logical reasoning
logical reasoning
1. P, Q, R, S and T are five friends sitting around a 5. Find the missing character in the given pattern.
pentagonal park facing O as shown below. 5 9
P 4
81 289 8
4 100 ? 8
R O S 6 10

A. 164
T Q B. 324
If P and T interchange their positions & Q and C. 224
R interchange their positions, then which of the D. 364
following is true? 6. If F = 6 and LAMB = 7, then HOTEL = _____.
A. R is to the left of P. A. 72
B. Q is second to the right of R. B. 60
C. T is second to the left of P. C. 12
D. S is to the right of T. D. 18

2. Count the number of cubes in the given figure. 7. Find the missing figure so that the series formed by
problem figures is continued.
Problem Figures

A.

A. 3
B.
B. 4
C. 5
C.
D. None of these

3. Arrange the following words in the sequence in


D.
which they occur in the dictionary.
1. Select 2. Seldom
3. Send 4. Selfish 8. P, Q, R and S are playing cards. P, R and Q, S are
partners. If Q is in the North of S and P is in the
5. Seller
West of R, then the position of R with respect of S
A. 1, 2, 4, 5, 3 is ____.
B. 2, 1, 5, 4, 3
A. North-East
C. 2, 1, 4, 5, 3
B. North-West
D. 2, 5, 4, 1, 3
C. South
4. Using the below table, identify the correct D. North
expression. 9. Select the correct mirror image of given below
P Q R S combination, if the mirror is placed vertically to the
+ – left?
÷ ×
ScIeNcEOLYMPIAD
A. 17 Q 8 S 9 P 18 R 2 = 46 A. DAIPMYLOEcNeIcS
B. 18 S 30 R 6 Q 5 P 0 = 85 B.
C. 27 Q 10 R 5 S 4 P 3 = –32 C.
D. All of these D.
8th IMO - Set A 3
10. Given below is the generation tree of X. He has ____ 13. Count the number of quadrilaterals of same size used
great grandsons. to draw the given figure.
X Y

S S S

A. 7
B. 0
C. 4 A. 9
D. 14 B. 8
11. Identify the shape which is not exactly embedded C. 10
in Figure (X). D. 18

14. What is the sum of numbers which belongs to only


A.
two figures in the given Venn diagram?
Figure (X)
B. 8 5 7
4 3 2
12 6
C. 4

A. 23
D. B. 28
12. Given below is a set of three figures X, Y, Z showing C. 26
a sequence of folding of a piece of paper. Fig. (Z) D. 27
shows the manner in which the paper has been cut.
Select the figure from the options which shows the
unfolded form of the paper. 15. If is related to , then is related

to _____.

X Y Z
A.
A.

B.
B.

C.
C.

D.
D.

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

16. The difference between place values of digit 5 in 17. Find the least number which on adding 9 to it becomes
456.385 is _____. exactly divisible by 15, 25, 30 and 45.
A. 49995 A. 410
B. 499.95 B. 450
C. 49.995 C. 380
D. 49.999 D. 441
4 8th IMO - Set A
18. Which of the following square(s) must be shaded so 22. The given square PQRS is made up of 4 smaller
that given figure is symmetric along both lines LM squares. What is the ratio of the area of the shaded
and AB? part to the area of the unshaded part?
A Q
M

Q P R

S R
P S
A. 2 : 3

L B B. 1:3

A. R and S C. 1:4
D. 3:1
B. P only
C. Q and P 23. The given table shows the temperature of a country
D. Q only for 7 consecutive hours.

19. ABCD and PQRS are two squares of same dimensions. Hour 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Find the area of shaded part. Temperature (°C) –6 15 –2 23 12 0 –4
A B
7 cm Calculate the difference between the highest and the
P Q lowest temperature of the country over the 7-hour
period.
C
D A. 17 °C
B. 29 °C
S R
C. 21 °C
A. 49 cm
D. 25 °C
B. 49 cm2
24. Find the value of CXVI + XIII + VI + CCLXV – XVI.
C. 196 cm2
D. 196 cm A. CD
B. CCCLXXXIV
7 1
20. If of a number is 63, then of the number C. CCCLXXXV
9 3
is ______. D. M
A. 21 25. Find the missing number.
B. 27
3 1 1 1 1 1
14 × 4 − 3 × 4 + 11 × 5 = ___?__ – 4
C. 49 4 2 4 2 2 2
D. 42 3
A. 32
8
21. Priya had ` 50. After buying 5 identical pens, she has B. 111
` y left. The cost of 1 pen in terms of y is ____. C. 115
 50 − y  D. 119
A. `
 5 
26. Estimate the following by rounding off each number
 y to nearest hundreds.
B. `  50 − 
 5
78203 – 16407
C. ` (50 − 5 y )
A. 61700
D.  50 y  B. 62000
`
 5  C. 61800
D. 61500
8th IMO - Set A 5
27. When we multiply a whole number and the multiplicative 32. Which of the following numbers is divisible by 11?
identity of whole numbers, then we get _____. A. 1011011
A. The number itself B. 1111111
B. The multiplicative identity C. 22222222
C. 0 D. 3333333
D. Negative of that number
33. 35% of a number is 189. What is 25% of the
28. Which of the following statements is incorrect? number?
A. Two parallel line segments will always intersect. A. 315
B. All equilateral triangles are isosceles. B. 135
C. Measure of straight angle is twice that of right C. 540
angle. D. 125
D. The diameter of a circle is double of its radius.
34. If P and Q represents the prime digits, then find the
29. Ali will be 6y years old in 6 years time. How old was value of P and Q respectively.
Ali 4y years ago? P P 5
A. 6y – 6 × Q Q
B. 10y – 6 2 Q 2 5
C. 2y – 6 + 2 Q 2 5 0
D. 2y + 6 2 5 5 7 5
30. Express the given expression in the standard form. A. 3, 3
B. 7, 5
0.0001289 – 0.0000000274 × 1293 + 0.0000419032
A. 1.35375 × 10 –2 C. 1, 5
D. 7, 3
B. 1.53357 × 10 –4
C. 1.35375 × 10 4 35. Which of the following figures satisfy the given
D. 1.35375 × 10 –4 conditions?

31. Prateek, Divyanshu and Manish jog daily in the Fig. (i) Faces : 4 Fig. (ii) Faces : 5
morning around a rectangular park. They take 3 Edges : 6 Edges : 9
minutes, 10 minutes and 5 minutes respectively to Vertices : 4 Vertices : 6
take one complete round. In one morning, all of them
start at the same time from the same point and jog in A. (i) (ii)
the same direction for an hour.
(a) After how many minutes will all three of them
meet again? B. (i) (ii)
(b) How many times will they meet together during
the 1 hour period?
(a) (b) C. (i) (ii)
A. 20 minutes 3 times
B. 25 minutes 2 times
C. 30 minutes 2 times
D. (i) (ii)
D. 60 minutes 1 time

EVERYDAY MATHeMATICS

36. There are 45 cookies in a box. 27 of them have A. 2 : 3


raisins while the rest are plain. What is the ratio of B. 3 : 2
the number of plain cookies to that of raisin cookies C. 3 : 5
in the box? D. 5 : 3
6 8th IMO - Set A
37. An unknown number of apples were distributed A. 21 : 05
amongst Garima and Amit in the ratio 5 : 7. If Amit B. 22 : 10
got 84 apples, then the difference between the number C. 21 : 30
of apples received by Garima and Amit is _____. D. 20 : 40
A. 46
42. A bottle is 3/4 full of water. The water in the bottle
B. 32
can fill 5 glasses. If the water in the bottle is poured
C. 20
out to fill 3 glasses, find the fraction of the water left
D. 24
in bottle.
38. Maya has the equal number of 20 paise and 50 paise A. 9/10
coins. The total value of the coins is ` 16.10. If she B. 3/5
spent five 50 paise coins, how many 50 paise coins
C. 9/20
did she have left?
D. 3/10
A. 18
B. 23 43. Mini has some pencils. If she gives 3 pencils to each
C. 28 pupil, she will have 20 pencils left. If she gives 4
D. 46 pencils to each pupil, she will have none left. How
many pencils does she have?
39. Sanchi distributed the equal number of sweets and the A. 40
equal number of biscuits to each of her classmates at
B. 60
her birthday party. She gave out 220 sweets and 300
biscuits in total. Find the largest possible number of C. 80
classmates at the party. D. 120

A. 10 44. Sanya bought two dozen similar pens. She gave the
B. 20 cashier two ` 100 notes and received ` 13.60 as
C. 30 change. How much did each pen cost?
D. 25 A. ` 7.77
40. Latika's monthly salary was ` 30525. She spent B. ` 6.76
` 1800 and saved the rest. How much did she save C. ` 5.87
in a year? D. ` 8.46
A. ` 344700 45. Megha and Beena shared 272 beads. If Megha has
B. ` 315975 thrice as many beads as Beena, how many beads does
C. ` 248960 Megha have?
D. ` 212840 A. 68
41. Mr. Kapoor left his office at 15:45 to attend a 3-hour B. 204
seminar in Delhi. He took 2 hours 20 minutes to drive C. 104
there but was 25 minutes late for the seminar. At what D. 202
time did the seminar end?

Achievers section

46. In a farm, there were 3c cows, 5p pigs and 11d ducks. 47. In the number line shown below, PQ = QR = RS.
Express in terms of c, d and p, the total number of Find the approximate value of Q, R and Q + R.
legs of the remaining animals if 3 cows, 2 pigs and P Q R S
4 ducks were sold. 1 1
2 3
2 10
A. 20c + 22p + 12d – 28 Q R Q+R
B. 20c + 20p + 22d – 28 A. 2.9 2.7 5.8
C. 20c + 15p + 20d – 32 B. 2.6 2.8 5.4
D. 12c + 20p + 22d – 28 C. 2.7 2.8 5.5
D. 2.7 2.9 5.6
8th IMO - Set A 7
48. Figure P is made up of six identical squares. Two S_ is a simple closed curve
if its ends are joined. A __
squares were removed from figure P to form figure Q. made up of line segments.
The perimeter of figure P is 240 cm. What is the
P Q R S
perimeter of figure Q?
A. Curve Open curve Closed Line
B. Line Curve Open Line
C. Curve Simple curve Closed Polygon
D. Curve Closed curve Open Circles
Figure P Figure Q 50. Which of the following options hold?
A. 220 cm Statement-1 : If the HCF of two numbers is one of
B. 180 cm the number, then their LCM is the other number.
C. 200 cm
Statement-2 : The LCM of two numbers is greater
D. 160 cm
than the larger of the numbers.
49. Fill in the blanks. A. Statement-1 is true and Statement-2 is false.
Any drawing (straight or non-straight) done without B. Statement-1 is false and Statement-2 is true.
lifting the pencil may be a __ P_. A __ Q_ is the one C. Both the Statements are true.
R_,
that does not cross itself. A curve is said to be __ D. Both the Statements are false.

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Set B

Year 2014
8th IMO - Set B 1

Logical Reasoning

1. In a joint family, there are father, mother, 4 married 6. If R is denoted by N, D is denoted by T, I is denoted
sons and three unmarried daughters. Of the sons, two by U, O is denoted by I, E is denoted by R, T is
have 2 daughters each, and two have a son and a denoted by O, U is denoted by D, N is denoted by
daughter each. How many female members are there C and C is denoted by E, then how will the word
in the family? ‘INTRODUCE’ be written?
A. 15 B. 12 A. UCONIDTER B. UCONITDER
C. 14 D. 11 C. UCONTIDER D. UCOINTDER

2. Read the information given below and answer the 7. The given diagram shows four E
question that follows. persons stationed at the four C A
P * Q means P and Q are of the same age; corners of a square piece of
P – Q means Q is younger than P; plot. B starts crossing the field N S
P + Q means P is younger than Q. diagonally. After walking half
Shreya * Meena – Priti means the distance, he turns right,
A. Priti is the youngest. walks some distance and turns B D
B. Priti is the oldest. W
left. Which direction is B
C. Shreya is younger than Priti. facing now?
D. None of these A. North-East B. South-West
C. South D. South-East
3. There is a certain relationship between figures (P)
and (R). Establish the similar relationship between 8. The given three figures (X), (Y) & (Z) shows
figures (Q) and (S) & find the missing figure. a sequence of folding of a piece of paper. Figure (Z)
S shows the manner in which the folded paper
S
S
? has been cut. Identify the unfolded form of piece
of paper.
(P) (Q) (R) (S)

A. S B. S

S X Y Z
C. S D.
A. B.
4. There is a certain rule followed in figures (i), (ii) and
(iii). Identify the rule and find the missing number.

6 21 24 18 ? 18 C. D.
3 6 9
81 93 108 96 720 108
9. How many dots lie opposite to the face having four
(i) (ii) (iii)
dots, when the given net of cube is folded?
A. 190 B. 820
C. 729 D. 150

5. In the word MATHEMATICAL, if the first and third


letters, the fourth and the sixth letters, the seventh and
the ninth letters & the tenth and the twelfth letters
were interchanged, then which of the following would
be the seventh letter from the left end?
A. M B. A A. 2 B. 1
C. H D. I C. 5 D. 6
2 8th IMO - Set B
10. Select the correct mirror-image of Figure (X), if the
mirror is placed vertically to the right. A.
E

B.
E
Figure (X)
C. E

A.

D. E

B. 13. Choose the figure which is different from the rest


of the three.

C.

(P) (Q) (R) (S)

D. A. S
B. R
C. Q
D. P
11. Which of the following options will exactly make
up the Figure (X)? 14. Which of the following figures will continue the
same series as established by the five problem
figures.

Figure (X) Problem Figures

A. ?

B. A.

C. B.

D. C.

12. Select the figure amongst the options, which when


D.
placed in the blank space of Figure (X), would
complete the pattern.
15. Find the next term in the series given below.
A
C 3F, 6G, 11I, 18L, ?
A. 21O
G
? B.
C.
25N
27P
Figure (X) D. 27Q
8th IMO - Set B 3

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

16. Estimate the sum (21497 + 47807) to the nearest 22. Arrange the following in ascending order.
thousand. P : Eight thousand six hundred fifty two
A. 59000 Q : Ninety six thousand seven hundred forty one
B. 79000 R : Fifty nine thousand nine hundred eighty six
C. 69000
S : Eighty two thousand nine hundred six
D. 89000
A. P, Q, R, S
17. The value of XVI + CCCVII = B. Q, S, R, P
A. CCXXIII C. P, R, S, Q
B. CCCXIV D. P, R, Q, S
C. CCCXXIII
D. CCCXXV 23. Mihika makes 8 gift packs containing chocolates
for Diwali. She puts 12 vanilla chocolates, 14 milk
18. The largest number which divides 38, 46 and
chocolates and 8 nut chocolates in each pack. With
62 leaving remainder 2, 4 and 6 respectively
the help of which property, can you calculate the
is .
total number of chocolates in 8 packs?
A. 4
B. 2 A. Commutative property
C. 3 B. Associative property
D. 1 C. Distributive property
D. None of these
3 1
19. The weight of three boys are 11 kg, 14 kg and
4 5 24. The breadth of a rectangle is w cm and the length is
1 5 times as long as its breadth. What is the perimeter
16 kg. Total weight of the three boys is .
2 of the rectangle?
9
A. 41 kg A. 5w2 cm
20
9 B. 12w cm
B. 43 kg
20 C. (10 + 2w) cm
9 D. (25 + w2) cm
C. 42 kg
20
9 25. The pie chart shows the number of students
D. 44 kg who choose different co-curricular activities in
20
a school. An equal number of students choose
20. Subtract 29.375 from the sum of 85.75 and 5.9. Basketball and Volleyball and 96 students choose
A. 62.275
Table Tennis.
B. 63.275
C. 64.275
Bas

D. 65.275
ketb

Voll
e
al

yba
21. To balance the scale, write the missing fraction. ll
l

Soccer
1 7 Table Tennis
? 18 1 12
Sc
ou
ts

11
A. The ratio of the number of students who choose
24
Basketball to those who choose Soccer is 2 : 7.
10
B. How many students choose Soccer?
24
5 A. 160
C. B. 158
24
1 C. 172
D.
24 D. 168
4 8th IMO - Set B
26. Find the difference between the place value of 7 in A. Only P
5369.70184 and face value of 3 in 536970184. B. Both P and Q
A. 2.3 B. 2.7 C. Both Q and R
C. 230000 D. 69997 D. P, Q, R and S

27. Study the given pattern and find the value of X and 31. Which of the following numbers are divisible by 3?
Y respectively. A. 700458 B. 2345162
C. 6594832 D. 7145221
21
32. Given below number line represents .
18

35
2 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Y
A. 2 + 3 = 5 B. 5–2=3
21 26 30 X
A. 20, 17 B. 25, 19 C. 5 – 3 = 2 D. 5+3=3+5
C. 22, 25 D. 19, 25
33. In the Gobi Desert, temperature of –60° F was
28. If '+' is written as '÷', – is written as '+', '×' is written recorded but in Sahara Desert on the same day it
as '–' and '÷' is written as '×', then what is the value of was 186° F. What is the difference between these
two temperatures?
6 – 4 of 7 + [20 + {5 – (3 – 2)}]?
A. 16 B. 20 A. 246° C B. 126° F
C. 28 D. 32 C. 126° C D. 246° F

29. How many parts should be shaded in the Figure Q 34. The star is formed from 12 identical equilateral
triangles. The perimeter of star is 72 cm. What is the
to make it the same fraction as the unshaded part
perimeter of shaded hexagon?
in the Figure P?
A. 42 cm
A. 3 Figure P
B. 4 B. 36 cm
C. 8 C. 48 cm
D. 12 Figure Q D. 30 cm

30. Which of the following have at least two lines of 35. Find the fraction of curved lines
symmetry? to the total number of lines in the
given figure.
A. 6/13
B. 8/13
C. 7/13
P Q R S D. 5/13

EVERYDAY MATHeMATICS

36. Your mother says "To calculate your pocket money, A. (3/5)th
multiply your age by itself and then double it". If B. (1/5)th
your age is x years, write an algebraic expression C. (2/5)th
representing your pocket money. How much do you D. (4/5)th
get as pocket money if your age is 11 years.
A. 4x, ` 44 38. A square shaped floor tiles has length of 25 cm each.
B. 4x2 , ` 484 How many tiles will be needed for a rectangular
C. 2x2 , ` 242 lawn 12 m long and 10 m wide? Find the total cost
D. 3x2 , ` 363 at the rate of ` 8 per tile.
A. 1560, ` 12,480
37. A and B take time in ratio 2 : 3 to complete a B. 1430, ` 11,440
work. If they do the work together, they finish it in C. 2120, ` 16,960
10 days. What part of work was done by A? D. 1920, ` 15,360
8th IMO - Set B 5
39. Shalini spent ` 835.75 on buying clothes, ` 309.15 42. Rajan sold a cycle at a loss of ` 300. If he had
on buying fruits and vegetables, ` 168.90 on buying sold it at ` 3000 he would have made a profit of
sweets and ` 60.50 on transport. She had 3 five ` 600. At what price did he sell the cycle?
hundred rupee notes in her purse. How much money A. ` 2400
was left with her? B. ` 2000
A. ` 142.35 C. ` 2100
B. ` 125.70 D. ` 2500
C. ` 132.80
43. Eight copies of a book cost ` 523.60. What is the
D. ` 115.70
cost of a copy of the book?
40. A wheel barrow can hold kg, if four rocks A. ` 60.40
B. ` 65.45
1 1 3 1
weighs 6 kg, 8 kg, 4 kg and 7 kg are to be loaded C. ` 60.45
8 2 4 2 D. ` 65.40
into the wheel barrow.
7 4
A. 26 44. A man spends of his monthly income on house
8 15
1 1
3 rent, on food and on other items. He saves
B. 24 2 5
8 ` 800 in the end. What was his monthly income?
1 A. ` 24,000
C. 26 B. ` 22,000
8
C. ` 25,000
7 D. ` 20,000
D. 24
8
45. The capacity of a drum is 50 L and that of a bucket
41. A vessel has 5 litres 120 millilitres of mango shake.
3
How many glasses each of 40 ml capacity, can be is 8 L. If 5 buckets of water is poured into the
filled with it? 4
drum, what fraction of the drum remains empty?
A. 122 A. 1/4
B. 130 B. 1/2
C. 118 C. 3/4
D. 128 D. 1/8

Achievers Section

46. Fill in the blanks: (a) answers 2 of the next 5 questions correctly and 3
(i) The opposite sides of a parallelogram are ____P___ of them incorrectly?
and ___Q ____. (b) answers 4 of the next 5 questions incorrectly and
(ii) A quadrilateral having only one pair of opposite 1 of them correctly?
(a) (b)
sides parallel is called a ____R__ __.
A. 2 1
(iii) A parallelogram having all the sides equal is B. –2 –1
called a ____S__ __. C. 1 –1
  P   Q    R   S D. 1 0
A. Equal Parallel Rectangle Rhombus
B. Equal Non-parallel Trapezium Kite 48. Which of the following statements is INCORRECT?
C. Equal Parallel Trapezium Rhombus A. –2 < –1, since –2 lies on the left of –1 in the
D. Equal Parallel Trapezium Kite number line.
B. –1 > – 4, since –1 lies on the right of – 4 in the
47. In a maths quiz, there are 20 questions. If all questions number line.
are answered correctly, a student's score will be 20; C. – 4 > –5, since –5 lies on the left of – 4 in the
if all questions are answered incorrectly a student's, number line.
score will be –20. Part way through this quiz Varun D. –3 > –5, since –5 lies on the right of –3 in the
has a score of 2. What will his new score be, if he number line.
6 8th IMO - Set B
49. Match the columns: A. (p) → (iii), (q) → (iv), (r) → (i), (s) → (ii)
Column-I Column-II B. (p) → (iv), (q) → (i), (r) → (iii), (s) → (ii)
(Figure)   (Shaded Fraction) C. (p) → (ii), (q) → (i), (r) → (iv), (s) → (iii)
D. (p) → (iii), (q) → (i), (r) → (iv), (s) → (ii)
(p) (i) Two-fifths
50. Study the statements given below and choose the
correct answer.
Statement-1 : Numbers having more than two factors
(q) (ii) One-half are known as composite numbers.
Statement-2 : A number for which sum of all its
factors is equal to twice the number is called a perfect
(r) (iii) One-fourth number.
A. Statement-1 is true and statement-2 is false.
B. Statement-1 is false and statement-2 is true.
(s) (iv) One-third C. Both statements are true.
D. Both statements are false.

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK


Class 6

Set A

Year 2015
logical reasoning

1. Select the correct mirror image of the given combination, 5. Find the missing number, if same rule is followed
if the mirror is placed vertically to the right. row-wise or column-wise.
28 10 14
A. 68 20 17
B. 45 ? 9
C.
A. 15
D.
B. 18
2. There is a definite relationship between figures (1) and C. 20
D. 25
(2). Establish the same relationship between figures
(3) and (4) by selecting a suitable figure from the 6. Select a figure from the options, which when placed
options which will replace the (?) in figure (3). in the blank space of Fig. (X) would complete the
pattern.
?
?
(1) (2) (3) (4)

A.
Fig. (X)

B. A.

B.
C.

C.
D.

3. If in the word VITREOUS first all the consonants are D.


arranged alphabetically, and then all the vowels are
arranged alphabetically, then which letter will be the
7. Select a figure from the options which will continue the
third to the right of fourth letter from the left?
same series as established by the Problem Figures.
A. R Problem Figures
B. O
C. I
D. U

4. Mohit left for his office in his car. He drove 12 km A.


towards North and then 10 km towards West. He
then turned to the South and covered 4 km. Further,
he turned to the East and moved 8 km. Finally, he B.
turned right and drove 8 km. How far and in which
direction is he from his starting point?
A. 2 km, West C.
B. 2 km, East
C. 4 km, West
D.
D. 2 km, North

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8. If ‘+’ is written as ‘×’, ‘–’ is written as ‘÷’, ‘×’ is 12. Rohit and Raj study in the same class. Rohit has secured
written as ‘–’ and ‘÷’ is written as ‘+’, then what is more marks than Raj in the terminal examination. Raj’s
the value of 72 + 9 × 35 – 5 ÷ 12 – 6 ? rank is seventh from the top among all the students in
the class. Which of the following is definitely true?
A. 648
A. Rohit stood first in the terminal examination.
B. 646
B. There is at least one student between Rohit and
C. 656
Raj in the rank list.
D. 643
C. There are at the most five students between Rohit
9. Group the given figures into three classes using each and Raj in the rank list.
figure only once. D. Raj is five ranks lower than Rohit in the rank
list.

13. Find the minimum number of straight lines required


1 2 3 to draw the given figure.

4 5 6

7 8 9

A. 1,3,9; 2,5,6; 4,7,8 A. 15


B. 1,3,9; 2,7,8; 4,5,6 B. 16
C. 1,2,4; 3,5,7; 6,8,9 C. 14
D. 1,3,6; 2,4,8; 5,7,9 D. 17

10. In which of the following figures, Fig. (X) is exactly 14. If three is subtracted from each of the following
numbers, then which of the following options is
embedded as one of its part?
the difference between the second digit of second
highest number and the second digit of the highest
number?
Fig. (X) 489 541 654 935 873
A. 0
A. B. 3
C. 1
D. 4
B.
15. Which of the following Venn diagrams best represents
the relationship amongst "Father, Grandfather, Great
C. Grandfather"?

D. A.

11. In a certain code language, DISTURB is written as B.


DTWVUKF. How will FRIENDS be written in that
language?
A. TEOFJSH C.
B. UFPGKTH
C. TEPGKSH
D.
D. UFPHKSH

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MATHEMATICAL REASONING

16. The figure below is made up of 12 equilateral triangles. 21. How many of the given numbers are NOT divisible
If the length of PQ is 96 cm, find the total perimeter by 11?
of the figure.
1007453
17871 4343143
990039
P Q 6412
125144 888888

A. 192 cm A. 4
B. 384 cm B. 7
C. 288 cm C. 6
D. 576 cm D. 5

17. Which of the following options is INCORRECT? 22. Read the statements given below and identify the
A. The number 48693 rounded off to nearest hundred correct option.
is 48700. (i) Every diameter of a circle is also a chord.
B. LXXV is greater than LXXIV. (ii) Every chord of a circle is also a diameter.
C. One million is equal to 10 crore. (iii) The centre of a circle is always in its interior.
D. Place value of a digit = (face value of the digit) (i) (ii) (iii)
× (Value of the place) A. False True False
B. True False True
18. Which of the following figures do not have any line
C. True False False
of symmetry?
D. True True False

A. 3
23. Which of the following hands of the clock shows
of a revolution? 4

B.
A. B.

C.

C. D.
D.

19. Which of the following options shows distributive 24. The given figure has ________ edges
property of multiplication over addition? and ________ vertices.
A. 4 + (5 × 8) = (4 + 5) × (4 + 8) A. 12, 8
B. 4 × (5 + 8) = (4 × 5) + (4 × 8) B. 14, 8
C. 4 × (5 × 8) = (4 × 5) × 8 C. 9, 7
D. (8 + 5) + 4 = 8 + (5 + 4)
D. 15, 10
20. Which of the following pair of numbers is 25. Evaluate :
co-prime? –1 + 55 – (– 29) + (– 1) – (– 82) + (– 3)
A. (17, 15) A. 161
B. (10, 16) B. – 161
C. (20, 24) C. 158
D. (31, 62) D. – 158

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26. Arrange the shaded fractions of the following figures 32. Rohit’s teacher asked him to tell the correct answer
in ascending order. after performing the steps given below.
• Round off 43, 98 and 250 to nearest tens.
• After rounding off, add them.
• Round off the sum to the nearest hundreds.
p q r s
Then, the correct answer is ______.
A. s, q, r, p
A. 300
B. p, r, s, q
B. 400
C. s, p, q, r
C. 350
D. p, r, q, s
D. 480
27. 0 is the __________ identity for whole numbers, whereas
1 is the __________ identity for whole numbers. 33. Which of the following figures have maximum shaded
area ?
A. Additive, Multiplicative
B. Multiplicative, Additive 1m 12 m
C. Commutative, Additive 2m
D. Positive, Not-defined

10 m

10 m
28. Which of the following statements is definitely true, 8m 7.5 m
if PQRS is a parallelogram? 2m 1m
R
9m
(i) (ii)
S Q 12 m

7.5 m

9m
A. PQ and SR are adjacent sides.
B. ∠P and ∠Q are opposite angles.
C. SR || PQ.
(iii) 2m
D. PR = RQ. A. (i)
B. (ii)
29. Solid P has __________ more faces than Solid Q.
C. (iii)
D. Can’t be determined

34. Number name for 900800700 in Indian system is


______.
A. Ninety crores, eight lakhs and seven hundreds
B. Nine crores, eight lakhs and seven hundreds
P Q C. Ninety crores, eighty lakhs and seven hundreds
A. 4
D. Ninety crores, eight lakhs and seven
B. 3
C. 2 35. The charges in a resort are shown below.
D. 5
Entrance Fee ` 40 per car
30. Find X.
Monday to Friday ` 15.50 per passenger
16.7 + 12.38 – X = 10.09
Saturday and Sunday ` 22.50 per passenger
A. 17.89
B. 18.99 Parking charges ` 10.60 per half hour
C. 16.98 Mr. Mohit drove to the resort with his wife and three
D. 20.09 children on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. They left the resort
at 8 p.m. How much did Mr. Mohit and his family
31. The H.C.F. of 252, 324 and 594 is _________.
have to pay in all?
A. 36 A. ` 250.30
B. 18 B. ` 300.90
C. 12 C. ` 267.80
D. 6 D. ` 290.30

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EVERYDAY MATHeMATICS

36. The population of a city is 2,09,32,714. Out of these, 41. Sameera covers a distance of 85.075 km. She travelled
90,47,314 are men; 84,35,784 are women and the 32.125 km by bus, 45.5 km by train and rest by rickshaw.
rest are children. Find the number of children in the How much distance did she travel by rickshaw ?
city.
A. 8.25 km
A. 34,94,616
B. 7.45 km
B. 34,49,616
C. 9.45 km
C. 34,49,661
D. 34,94,661 D. 6.25 km

37. The budget for the annual day function of a school 42. A room is 11.5 m long and 6.3 m wide. Its floor is
was ` 60,000, out of which ` 14,500 was paid to the to be covered with rectangular tiles of size 23 cm by
tent house; ` 10,400 to the band party and ` 5,000 for 9 cm. Find the total cost of tiling the floor at the rate
refreshments. How much money was left over after of ` 4.25 per tile.
meeting the expenses?
A. ` 15725
A. ` 31,000
B. ` 14800
B. ` 30,010
C. ` 30,100 C. ` 16795
D. ` 30,000 D. ` 14875

38. A diver is 20 m below sea level. If he goes further 5


43. Sidak bought 13 m of cloth and Sanchi bought
down by 10 m, then find his new position. 8
3
A. 10 m 13 m of cloth. Who bought more cloth and by
4
B. – 10 m how much?
C. 30 m
D. – 30 m 7
A. Sanchi, m
8
1 1
39. Akshay had a certain amount of money. He gave B. Sidak, m
2 8
1
of the money to his best friend, of the money to 1
4 C. Sanchi, m
1 1 8
his sister, of the money to his brother and 7
8 16 D. Sidak, m
of the money to his dad. The amount of money left 8
with him is ` 125. How much money was with him
44. If 15.5 litres of refined oil costs ` 1063.30, what is
at first?
the cost of 1 litre of refined oil?
A. ` 2000
B. ` 1875 A. ` 68.60
C. ` 1000 B. ` 75.95
D. ` 2800 C. ` 70.89
40. The traffic lights at three different road crossings D. ` 62.55
change after every 48 seconds, 72 seconds and
45. On a hill, the temperature at 8 p.m. was 2°C but at
108 seconds. If they start changing simultaneously, at
10 a.m., after how much time will they change again the mid-night of the same day, it fell down to –3°C.
simultaneously? By how many degrees did the temperature fall?
A. 6 mins 18 secs A. 6°C
B. 8 mins 10 secs B. 5°C
C. 7 mins 12 secs C. 2°C
D. 7 mins 8 secs D. 3°C

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Achievers section

46. The graph of sale of shoes in a showroom during first 48. The figure below shows 4 identical squares which lie
five months of the year is shown below. within a big square. If the area of the big square is
784 cm2 , find the shaded area of the given figure.

May
April
March
Months

February
January

30 60 90 120 150 180 210


Number of shoes sold A. 637 cm2
Fill in the blanks according to the information given B. 588 cm2
in the graph. C. 688 cm2
D. 528 cm2
In month of P and Q respectively, the maximum
and minimum number of shoes were sold. R shoes 49. Raj, Gaurav and Amit are fast friends. They started
were sold in May. The difference between the number 2
painting a wall. Raj paints of the wall, Gaurav
of shoes sold in March and April is S . 15
1 3
paints of the wall and Amit paints of the
P Q R S 24 10
A. January May 160 180 wall. Read the statements related to above situation
and answer the question given below.
B. January May 120 60
Statement 1 : G aurav painted least portion of the
C. February April 120 240
wall.
D. February April 120 60
1
Statement 2 : portion of the wall is unpainted.
47. Match the columns. 18
Which of the following option holds?
Column I Column II
A. Both Statement 1 and Statement 2 are true.
(i) If two lines have one (a) Vertex B. Both Statement 1 and Statement 2 are false.
common point, then the
C. Statement 1 is true but Statement 2 is false.
lines are called
D. Statement 1 is false and Statement 2 is true.
(ii) The distance around a (b) Region
circle is its P+Q
50. Find the value of  × S.
 R 
(iii) Three edges meet at a point (c) Adjacent
is called a (i) 100 lakhs = Q millions
(ii) R crores = 100 millions
(iv) The interior of a curve (d) Circumference
together with its boundary (iii) 100 thousands = P lakhs
is called its (iv) 10 crores = S millions
A. (i) → (c), (ii) → (d), (iii) → (b), (iv) → (a) A. 10
B. (i) → (c), (ii) → (d), (iii) → (a), (iv) → (b) B. 100
C. (i) → (d), (ii) → (c), (iii) → (b), (iv) → (a) C. 110
D. (i) → (d), (ii) → (c), (iii) → (a), (iv) → (b) D. 1

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

9th IMO | Class-6 | Set-A | Level 1 | 7


Class 6

Set B

Year 2015
logical reasoning

1. How many such symbols are there in the given 5. Select a figure from the options which will continue the
arrangement, each of which is immediately preceded by a same series as established by the Problem Figures.
number and immediately followed by a consonant? Problem Figures
R5ME%4W1A2D#K$3P9@FB©8J
I7*H6QVY
A. One
B. Two
A.
C. Three
D. More than three

2. There is a certain relationship between figures (i) and B.


(ii). Establish a similar relationship between figures (iii)
and (iv) by selecting a suitable figure from the given
C.
options which will replace the (?) in figure (iv).

? D.
(i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
6. Which number will be the smallest, if the first and
A. the last digits of each of the following numbers are
interchanged?
389 476 635 847 568
A. 389
B.
B. 476
C. 635
D. 847
C.
7. Arrange the given figures into three classes using each
figure only once.
D.
1 2 3

3. In a certain code language, ENGLISH is written


as FMHKJRI. How is OCTOBER written in that 4 5 6
code?
A. PBUNCDS 7 8 9
B. PBUCNSD A. 1, 3, 9 ; 2, 5, 8 ; 4, 6, 7
B. 1, 5, 8 ; 4, 6, 7 ; 2, 3, 9
C. BPUNCSD
C. 2, 5, 9 ; 1, 3, 8 ; 2, 6, 7
D. PBUCNDS D. 1, 8, 9 ; 4, 6, 7 ; 2, 3, 5
4. Pravin walked 30 metres towards East, took a right 8. Which of the following options will complete the pattern
turn and walked 20 metres, again took a right turn in Fig. (X)?
and walked 30 metres. How far is he from his starting
point?
A. 30 metres
B. 80 metres
C. 50 metres ?
D. 20 metres
Fig. (X)

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12. Find the missing number, if a certain rule is followed
A. row-wise or column-wise.
A. 6 3 6 8
B. 7 5 5 4
B. C. 8
6 9 ?
D. 5

13. Which of the following options satisfies the same


C. condition of placement of the dots as in Fig. (X) ?

D.

9. Introducing a man, a woman says, "His wife is the only


daughter of my father." How is the man related to the Fig. (X)
woman?
A. Brother
B. Father-in-law A.
C. Brother-in-law
D. Husband

10. Which of the following Venn diagrams best represents


the relationship amongst "Fruit, Mango, Grass"? B.

A.

B. C.

C.

D. D.

11. In which of the following figures, Fig. (X) is exactly


embedded as one of its part ? 14. How many meaningful English words can be formed
from the letters A, I, P, R using each letter only
once?
Fig. (X)
A. Six
B. Five
A. C. Four
D. None of these

B. 15. Select the correct mirror image of the given combination,


if mirror is placed vertically to the right.
M2Th5F81
C. M2Th5F81
A.
B. 18F5hT2M
M2Th F81
C. 5
D.
D. M8F5hT21

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MATHEMATICAL REASONING

16. Select the incorrect match of equivalent shaded 20. Which of the following statements is CORRECT?
fraction given in Column-I and Column-II. (i) A sector is the region in the interior of a circle
Column-I Column-II enclosed by an arc on one side and a pair of radii
on the other two sides.
A. (ii) A segment of a circle is the region in the interior
of the circle enclosed by an arc and a chord.
A. Both (i) & (ii)
B. B. Only (i)
C. Only (ii)
D. Neither (i) nor (ii)
C. 21. Which of the following statements is INCORRECT
with respect to the whole numbers?
A. They are closed under addition and
D. multiplication.
B. Division by 0 is not defined.
C. Addition and subtraction are commutative.
17. How many faces does the given solid have?
D. Multiplication is distributive over addition.

22. If the number 517*324 is exactly divisible by 3, then


the smallest whole number in place of * will be
A. 0
A. 5 B. 1
B. 6 C. 2
C. 7 D. 3
D. 10 7 5
23. If 47.2506 = 4 A + + 2C + + 6 E , then the value
B D
18. If 8 pens cost ` w, find the cost of 5 such pens. of 5A + 3B + 6C + D + 3E is
A. ` 40 w A. 53.6003
B.  5w  B. 53.603
` 
 8  C. 153.6003
 80 w  D. 213.0003
C. `
 5 
24. Which sign will come in the box to make the expression
D. w true?
` 
 40  (–25) – (– 42) – (–27) (– 42) – (–25) + (–22)
19. The perimeter of rectangle ABCD is 76 cm. AB is A. < B. >
3 times as long as AE. BC is twice as long as BJ. C. = D. ≤
Find the shaded area in the given figure. 25. Find the perimeter of the given figure.
A G H D 1 cm 5 cm
1 cm
4 cm
4 cm

E F 4 cm
3 cm
5 cm

3 cm 4 cm
4 cm 3 cm
3 cm

5 cm

B J C 4 cm
4 cm
4 cm
1 cm

20 cm
5 cm 1 cm
A. 132 cm2 A. 17 cm
B. 148 cm2 B. 68 cm
C. 150 cm2 C. 43 cm
D. 156 cm2 D. 96 cm

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26. In which of the following figure does the shaded part A. Triangular prism, 5, 6, 9
represents 0.3 ? B. Triangular prism, 6, 9, 5
C. Rectangular prism, 5, 9, 6
A. D. Rectangular prism, 9, 6, 5

32. Read the given statements below and identify the


correct option.
B. (i) A parallelogram has only one line of symmetry.
(ii) A square and a rectangle have the same line of
symmetry.
C. (iii) The diameter of a circle is its line of symmetry.
(i) (ii) (iii)
A. False True False
D.
B. True False True
C. False False True
27. 80325901 can be written in words as D. False False False
A. Eight crore thirty two lakh five thousand nine
hundred one 33. On a straight road there are four cities A, B, C and D.
A B C D
B. Eight crore three lakh twenty five thousand nine
hundred one
Distance between B and D is 39 km, between A and
C. Eighty lakh thirty two thousand nine hundred one
C is 27 km and between C and D is 15 km. How
D. Eighty crore thirty two lakh five thousand nine
far is A from B?
hundred one
A. 2 km
28. In case of a scalene triangle ______. B. 3 km
A. Two angles are equal C. 4 km
B. All the angles are equal D. 5 km
C. All the angles are of different measures
34. Which of the following figures are NOT polygons?
D. None of these
C
3 7 2 2 B E D
29. Simplify : 4 − 2 − 1 −
5 9 15 5
14 (i) (ii) F C
D A
A. 45 F
E A B
13 C E
B. D
45 D
(iii) (iv) F
16
C. A B
45 A C
F B
12
D. B
45 C E
(v)
30. HCF of an even number and an odd number is A D
always
A. (i), (ii) and (v)
A. 1 B. (i), (ii) and (iii)
B. 0 C. (i), (iii), (iv) and (v)
C. 2 D. (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv)
D. Can't say
35. The greatest number that exactly divides 105, 1001
31. The given figure is called as _____ which contains and 2436 is
_____ faces ; _____ corners and _____ edges.
A. 3
B. 7
C. 11
D. 21

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EVERYDAY MATHeMATICS

36. A rectangular courtyard 3.78 m long and 5.25 m wide is 7


to be paved exactly with square tiles, all of same size. 41. Arvind has a box of chocolates which is full.
8
Then the largest size of the tile which could be used 4
Suraj has a box which is full. Whose box has
for the purpose is (n × 3) cm. Find n. 5
more chocolates and by how much?
A. 6
B. 8 3
A. Arvind,
C. 7 40
D. None of these 3
B. Suraj,
40
37. A courier man covers 35 m distance to deliver a 9
product to the customer. He travels 0.028 km by C. Arvind,
10
bicycle and the rest on foot. What distance does he
9
cover on foot? D. Suraj,
10
A. 5m
B. 7m 42. A boat covers a distance of 15 km in 6 hours. What
C. 8m distance will it cover in 24 hours?
D. 10 m A. 32 km
B. 48 km
38. From a barrel containing 513.76 kg of rice, the cook
C. 56 km
used 27.895 kg in the first three days of the week.
How much rice was left in the barrel? D. 60 km

A. 386.865 kg 43. Sunil had ` 30. He spent ` 6.25 on books and ` 12.75
B. 475.685 kg on toys. How much amount is left with him?
C. 468.786 kg A. ` 10
D. 485.865 kg B. ` 11
C. ` 12.02
39. An auditorium has a capacity of 2000 seats. There are
200 seats each allotted for ` 500 tickets, 500 seats D. ` 9.02
each for ` 250 tickets, 600 seats each for ` 100 tickets 44. The cost of making a fence around a square field is
and the rest for ` 50 tickets each. If all the tickets ` 392 at the rate of ` 14 per metre. What is the length
are sold, how much money would be collected? of each side of the field?
A. ` 1,60,000 A. 7 m
B. ` 2,80,050 B. 8 m
C. ` 3,20,000 C. 8 cm
D. ` 2,20,000 D. 7 cm
40. Three bells ring at intervals of 30, 45 and 60 minutes 45. 32 bags of sugar, each weighing 42 kg, cost ` 26880.
respectively. If they begin ringing together at 5 p.m., What is the cost of 25 bags of sugar each weighing
then they will ring together again at _____. 31 kg?
A. 8:30 p.m. A. ` 17,535
B. 5:30 p.m. B. ` 19,325
C. 8 p.m. C. ` 15,500
D. 6 p.m. D. ` 14,850

Achievers section

46. PQRS is a rectangle. When the length and breadth of breadth. Find :
the rectangle increases, the rectangle is enlarged to (a) Perimeter of rectangle PQRS.
VWRT and the area of the rectangle is increased by
(b) Area of rectangle VWRT.
226 cm2 . If the length of rectangle PQRS is twice its

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4 cm 49. Match the columns.
Z W
V Column I Column II
4 cm (i) Number of line(s) passing (p) Circumference
P
Y Q
35 cm through two given points is
(ii) Number of ray(s) can be (q) Zero
drawn with same initial
point is
T S R
(a) (b) (iii) The minimum number of (r) One
A. 105 cm 388.5 cm2 point of intersection of
B. 105 cm 838.5 cm2 three lines (if lines are
C. 108 cm 838.5 cm2 parallel) is
D. 108 cm 388.5 cm2 (iv) The distance around a (s) Infinite
circle is its
47. Which of the following statements is INCORRECT? A. (i) → (r), (ii) → (s), (iii) → (q), (iv) → (p)
2 1 B. (i) → (r), (ii) → (p), (iii) → (q), (iv) → (s)
A. Two friends ate and of a chocolate. The
3 4
11 C. (i) → (s), (ii) → (q), (iii) → (p), (iv) → (r)
fraction of the chocolate they eat together is .
12 D. (i) → (s), (ii) → (r), (iii) → (q), (iv) → (p)
B. A point A on a mountain is 6,450 m above the
sea level. Another point B is in a mine 48,600 m 50. The total number of students who applied for a
below the sea level. The distance between these scholarship in the last five years is given below.
two points is 55050 cm.
Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
C. Monika's present age is x years. Her father's age
is 5 years more than 3 times her age. Monika's No. of
3,000 3,500 4,000 4,500 5,000
father's age is (3x + 5) years. students

D. On subtracting, the sum of 34.29 and 158.3 from Using the symbol to represent 500 students, answer
the sum of 21.947 and 201.3, we get 30.657. the following questions.
48. Study the statements carefully. (i) How many symbols are needed to represent the
Statement I : Any number is divisible by 5, if the sum number of students in 2010 ?
of the digits of the number is divisible by 5. (ii) How many more symbols are needed to represent
Statement II : Any number is divisible by 6, if it is the number of students in 2012 than in 2009?
divisible by either 2 or 3 or both 2 and 3.
(i) (ii)
Which of the following options hold?
A. 7 4
A. Both Statement I and Statement II are true.
B. 7 3
B. Both Statement I and Statement II are false.
C. Statement I is true but Statement II is false. C. 8 4
D. Statement I is false and Statement II is true. D. 8 3

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

9th IMO | Class-6 | Set-B | Level 1 | 7


Class 6

Set A

Year 2016
logical reasoning

1. Find the missing number, if same rule is followed in 4. Select odd one out.
all the three figures. A. Lion
B. Cat
25 : 5 36 : 6 ?:7
C. Rabbit
A. 49 D. Fox
B. 37
5. Which of the following net can be used to form the
C. 50
given cube?
D. 94

2. A set of three figures X, Y and Z showing a sequence


of folding of a piece of paper is given. Fig. (Z) shows
the manner in which the folded paper has been cut.
Select the option which shows the unfolded form of
A. B.
Fig. (Z).

(X) (Y) (Z) C. D.

A.
6. Latika is facing Bikaner. What will she be facing, if
she turns 315° anti-clockwise ?
B.
KFC
Haldiram Bikaner

C. Pizza Hut Latika McD

Dominos Nirula’s
D. Subway

A. McD
3. Select the correct mirror image of Fig. (X).
B. KFC
Mirror C. Subway
D. Nirula’s

7. If ‘earth’ is called ‘sky’, ‘sky’ is called ‘tree’ and


‘tree’ is called ‘wall’, then on which of the following
Fig. (X) a fruit grows ?
A. earth
A. B. sky
C. wall
D. tree
B. 8. In which of the following options, Fig. (X) is exactly
embedded as one of its part?

C.
Fig. (X)

D. A.

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A. 9
B. B. 10
C. 11
D. 12
C. 12. Which of the following options will complete the
Fig. (X)?

D.

9. There is a certain relationship between figures (1) and ?


(2). Establish the same relationship between figures
(3) and (4) by selecting a suitable figure from the Fig. (X)
options which will replace the (?) in figure (4).

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

A.

C.

B.

D.
C.
13. Naman ranks 14 th from the top and 26 th from the
bottom in a class. How many students are there in
D. the class?
A. 31
B. 39
10. Find the missing number. C. 34
D. 33
3 6 3 5 2 2
14. If 8 * 7 = 56, 9 * 6 = 54 and 8 * 3 = 24, then find
the value of 8 * 5.
1 5 4 6 4 4
A. 55
90 360 ? B. 40
A. 64 C. 50
B. 400 D. 44
C. 360 15. One morning Raju start walk towards his school.
D. 380 After covering 5 km distance in East, he turned to
the left and walk 2 km, then again turns to the right
11. How many circles are there in the figure given
and walk 5 km. He again turns to the left. In which
below? direction is he facing now?
A. East
B. West
C. North
D. South

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MATHEMATICAL REASONING

16. The simplification of A. 14 sq. cm


2.002 + 7.9 {2.8 – 6.3(3.6 – 1.5) + 15.6} yields B. 15 sq. cm
A. 2.002 C. 17 sq. cm
B. 4.2845 D. 16 sq. cm
C. 40.843
D. 42.845 22. Match the fractions given in Column I with the shaded
portion of figures in Column II.
13 5   Column I Column II
17. If I = ÷ ,
4 6
II = 13 ÷ [(4 ÷ 5) ÷ 6], 6
(i) (p)
III = [13 ÷ (4 ÷ 5)] ÷ 6 and 4
IV = 13 ÷ 4(5 ÷ 6) then, which of the following are 6
equal? (ii) (q)
10
A. I and II
B. I and IV 6
(iii) (r)
C. I and III 6
D. All are equal 6
(iv) (s)
18. Which of the following statements is/are INCORRECT? 16
(i) Eighty four in Roman numeral is written as (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
CXXXIV. A. (r) (q) (s) (p)
(ii) There are seven zeroes in 1 crore. B. (s) (p) (r) (q)
(iii) There are ten thousand milligrams in 1 kg. C. (r) (s) (p) (q)
(iv) The smallest 4-digit number formed by using all D. (q) (p) (s) (r)
the digits 4, 3, 0, 8 without repetition is 3048.
23. How many of the following figures are symmetrical?
A. Both (i) and (iii)
B. Both (i) and (iv)
C. Only (i) (i) (ii)
D. Only (iii)

19. Using distributive property, 258 × 1008 = ?


A.
B.
258 + 1000 + 8
258 × 1000 + 258 × 8
(iii)
H (iv)

C. 258 × 1000 + 8
D. 1000 + 8 × 258

20. Which situation is best represented by the integer (v) (vi)


–12 ?
A. The length of curtains is increased by 12 inches.
B. The price of petrol is reduced by ` 12.
C. The size of picture is enlarged by 12 per cent.
(vii) (viii)
D. The temperature rises by 12°C.

21. Find the area of the following figure (not drawn to


scale) by splitting them into rectangles and squares.
4 cm
1 cm (ix) (x)
2 cm
3 cm
7 cm

1 cm
A. 9
2 cm B. 10
1 cm C. 3
4 cm D. None of these

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24. The diagram below shows a framed picture. Find the 30. If the sum of two angles is equal to an obtuse angle,
area of the picture. then which of the following is not possible?
12 cm A. One obtuse and one acute angle
B. One right angle and one acute angle
2 cm
C. Two acute angles
2 cm D. Two right angles
10 cm
2 cm
31. Latika, Garima and Sanchi draw 3 cards each from
2 cm 9 cards numbered from 1 to 9.
Latika : L, Garima : G, Sanchi : S
A. 48 cm2 L : The product of my numbers is 48.
B. 39 cm2 G : The sum of my numbers is 15.
C. 92 cm2 S : The product of my numbers is 63.
D. 120 cm2 What is the largest number in the cards of Sanchi?
25. Which sign will show correct comparison between A. 8
the given expressions? B. 7
C. 9
(–3) – 74 + (–42) + (–82) (–12) + (–43)
D. 6
– (–57) + 1.
A. > 32. Find the greatest number from the options that will
B. < divide 1025, 1299 and 1575 leaving remainders
C. = 5, 7 and 11 respectively.
D. Can't be determined A. 70
B. 78
26. The number of collinear points l m n C. 68
in the given figure are D. 98
p
A. 10 A
J
B
C D
q 33. Select the CORRECT statement.
B. 18 K
E F
r A. 1592 rounded off to nearest tens is 1600.
C. 15 G H
s B. 7532 rounded off to nearest thousands is 7500.
C. 245 rounded off to nearest hundreds is 240.
D. 12
D. 214653 rounded off to nearest ten thousands is
27. A polygon has prime number of sides. If number of 210000.
sides is equal to the sum of the two least consecutive
34. In an activity class, students were asked to make a
primes. The number of diagonals of the polygon is
A. 4 circular rangoli. Trishu, Sidak, Mini and Kavleen made
B. 5 17
rangolis having different diameters as inches,
C. 7 20
3 5 7
D. 10 inches, inches and inches, respectively.
4 6 10
Who among them made the smallest one?
28. Number of primes between 16 to 80 and 90 to 100
is A. Kavleen
A. 20 B. Trishu
B. 18 C. Mini
C. 17 D. Sidak
D. 16 35. Which of the following will not represent zero ?
29. Which three-dimensional figure has 5 faces, 8 edges 1
A.
and 5 vertices? 0
B. 0×9
A. B.
0
C.
2
C. D. 3−3
D.
2

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EVERYDAY MATHeMATICS

2 1 41. A cold storage company had a stock of 58970252 egg


36. Mohit travelled of his journey by train, of the trays. Out of this stock, 3789441 egg trays were sent
3 4
journey by bus and the remaining journey by car. If to Delhi and 4207985 egg trays were sent to Punjab
the distance he travelled by train is 60 km more than for public consumption. How much is the exact eggs
the distance he travelled by bus, what was the total count left with company, if an egg tray contains
distance he had travelled? 30 eggs?
A. 70 km A. 1529184780
B. 250 km B. 1509184780
C. 144 km C. 1529084780
D. 153 km D. 1529184880

37. Deepika has more than 30 stickers but less than 42. Garima was shopping for a new hand bag. The one
40 stickers. She can pack the stickers into packs of she wanted to buy cost ` 428.98. The sales person
informed her that the same hand bag would be on sale
2, 3 or 4 without leaving any remainder. How many
the following week for ` 399.99. How much money
stickers does she have?
would she save by waiting until the hand bag went on
A. 36
sale?
B. 37
A. ` 28.99
C. 33
B. ` 29.01
D. 39
C. ` 128.99
38. Priya used four similar rectangular carpets and a D. ` 39.09
square carpet for the flooring in her study room as
1 1 1 1
shown below. 43. of a rod is coloured red, orange, yellow,
10 20 30 40
1 1
green, blue, black and the rest violet. If the
50 60
6m
length of the violet portion is 12.08 m, then what is
2m the length of the rod?
If it cost her ` 6 per square metre for the rectangular A. 16 m
carpets and ` 8 per square metre for the square carpet, B. 18 m
how much did she pay in all ? C. 20 m
A. ` 512 D. 30 m
B. ` 600
44. A drum of oil has a capacity of 705 litres. Two
C. ` 417
containers of 135.75 litres and 253.50 litres capacity
D. ` 416
are filled with oil from the drum. Find the quantity
39. Kiara weighs 34.5 kg. Her uncle weighs thrice as of oil left in the drum.
much as Kiara. What is their total weight? A. 720 litres
A. 69 kg B. 300 litres
C. 215.75 litres
B. 103.50 kg
D. 315.75 litres
C. 138 kg
D. 172.50 kg 45. A truck can carry 582 boxes of biscuits weighing
16 kg each, whereas a van can carry 359 boxes each
40. Two ropes 16 m and 20 m long are to be cut into small
of the same weight. Find the total weight that can be
pieces of equal lengths. What will be the maximum
carried by both the vehicles.
length of each piece?
A. 5 m A. 20000 kg
B. 4 m B. 15056 kg
C. 7 m C. 25000 kg
D. 10 m D. 12000 kg

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Achievers section

46. Match the following. II. Product of any two prime numbers is odd.
Which of the given statement(s) is/are correct?
(P) (i) Octagonal Prism
A. I alone
B. II alone
(Q) (ii) Triangular Prism C. I and II
D. Neither I nor II

(R) (iii) Rectangular Pyramid Direction (49-50) : Study the bar graph given below and
answer the questions.
(Preferences of people in playing different games
(S) (iv) Pentagonal Pyramid over the years.)
Basketball Badminton Tennis
A. (P) – (i), (Q) – (ii), (R) – (iv), (S) – (iii) 400
350

People (in millions)


B. (P) – (ii), (Q) – (iii), (R) – (iv), (S) – (i) 300
C. (P) – (ii), (Q) – (iv), (R) – (iii), (S) – (i) 250
D. (P) – (ii), (Q) – (iii), (R) – (i), (S) – (iv) 200
150
100
1
47. Trishika bought some strawberries. of the 50
8 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
strawberries were rotten and had to be thrown away. Years
Trishika then used 25 strawberries to bake a cake.
1 49. From 2011 to 2016, find the difference between the
She then had of the total strawberries left. total number of people who preferred to play Basketball
4
and Badminton (in millions)?
(a) How many strawberries did she have at first?
(b) If Trishika shared the remaining strawberries A. 525
between her two sons equally, what fraction of B. 275
the strawberries did each of them receive? C. 730
(a) (b) D. 250
A. 70 1/8 50. How many people (in millions) have preferred to play
B. 50 4/8
Tennis in all the years altogether?
C. 40 1/8
D. 40 1/4 A. 3200
B. 2100
48. Consider the following statements : C. 1200
I. Every prime is odd. D. 1700

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

10th IMO | Class-6 | Set-A | Level 1 | 7


Class 6

Set B

Year 2016
logical reasoning

1. How many cubes are there in the given figure? 5. In a certain code, VALUE is written as XCNWG,
how will MONTH be written in the same code?
A. OPGVJ
B. NPQVJ
C. OQPVJ
A. 16 D. OPQVJ
B. 20
6. Select a figure from the options which will complete
C. 21 the given figure matrix.
D. 22

2. Find the missing character, if same rule is followed


in all the three figures.
D I ?
?
2 2 6 3 9 12

A. L
B. M
C. T
D. U A.

3. In which of the following options, Fig. (X) is exactly


embedded as one of its part?
B.

Fig. (X)
C.
A.

D.
B.

7. Garima is facing North-west after turning 225°


anti-clockwise. Which direction she was facing at
C. the start?

D.

4. Varun is Megha's brother. Nihal is Jay's father.


Ritu is Megha's mother. Varun and Jay are brothers.
How is Ritu related to Nihal?
A. Sister A. East
B. Mother B. West
C. Daughter C. North-East
D. Wife D. South

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8. There is a certain relationship between figures (1) and
(2). Establish a similar relationship between figures
(3) and (4) by selecting a suitable figure from the
options which will replace the (?) in figure (4).
Fig. (X)

: :: : ? A.

(1) (2) (3) (4)


B.

A. B.

C.

C. D.
D.

9. Which letter/number in the given alpha-numeric


12. Arrange the given words as they occur in a dictionary
sequence is exactly in the middle of the 9th letter/
and select the correct option.
number from the left end and 10th letter/number from
the right end? 1. Across 2. Achy
3. Accuse 4. Acana
H25XA3BCZT421S6P9DOWU7NM
5. Accrual
A. O
A. 3, 2, 4, 5, 1 B. 4, 2, 3, 5, 1
B. T
C. 4, 3, 2, 5, 1 D. 4, 5, 3, 2, 1
C. 2
D. P 13. Select a figure form the options which will replace
the (?) as established by the Problem Figures.
10. Select the correct mirror image of Fig. (X), if mirror
is placed along MN. Problem Figures
Fig. (X) A B D G

?
I I
M N A. B.

A.
K K
C. D.

B.
14. If '+' denotes '÷', '–' denotes '×' and '×' denotes '+',
then the value of 125 + 25 – 20 × 80 = .
A. 180 B. 90
C.
C. 200 D. 20

15. Raman obtained more marks than Amit, but less than
Sumit. Raj obtained more marks than Virat, but less
D.
than Harsh. Sumit obtained less marks than Virat.
Who obtained the lowest marks?
11. A square transparent sheet (X) with a pattern is given. A. Sumit
Find the figure from the options as to how the pattern B. Harsh
would appear when the transparent sheet is folded C. Raj
along the dotted line. D. Amit

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MATHEMATICAL REASONING

16. A certain seven-digit number has only ones in the Which of the following can be the required solid?
ones period, only threes in the thousands period and
only twos in the lakhs period. Write this number in A. B.
words in the International system of numeration.
A. Two million two hundred thirty three thousand
one hundred eleven
B. Twenty two million thirty three thousand one C. D.
hundred eleven
C. Two lakh thirty three thousand one hundred
eleven 22. Identify the numbers.
D. Twenty two lakh thirty three hundred one hundred • 491 rounded off to nearest hundreds less than
eleven. 9326 rounded off to nearest hundreds.

17. Consider the following statements and select the


• 491 rounded off to nearest tens less than 9326
rounded off to nearest tens.
correct option.
A. 8900 and 8830 B. 8840 and 8820
The numbers 24984, 26784 and 28584 are .
C. 8800 and 8840 D. 9000 and 8830
I. divisible by 3 II. divisible by 4
III. divisible by 9 23. Which of the following statements is not true for a
A. I, II and III are correct rectangle?
B. Only I and II are correct A. All sides are equal.
C. Only II and III are correct B. All angles are right angles.
D. Only I and III are correct C. Opposite sides are parallel.
D. All angles are equal.
13
18. is equal to .
48 24. Which of the following shows the maximum rise in
A. 1 B. 1 the temperature?
1 1 A. 0°C to 10°C B. – 4°C to 8°C
3+ 2+
1 1 C. –15°C to –8°C D. –7°C to 0°C
1+ 1+
16 8
1 1 25. State (T) for true or (F) for false.
C. D.
1 1 (i) A point has a length and width.
3+ 3+
1 1 (ii) Ray has infinite length.
1+ 1+
1 1 (iii) There is one and only one line passing through
1+ 2+
8 4 two points.
(iv) A line has no end point.
19. The value of 6202.5 + 620.25 + 62.025 + 6.2025 +
(i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
0.62025 = .
A. F T T T
A. 6800.47780 B. 6819.59775 B. F F T T
C. 6891.59775 D. 6793.45975 C. T T T T
D. T F F F
20. Which of the following statements is correct?
A. Successor of a number can be obtained by 26. Which of the following is not equal to
subtracting 1. 36 × 14 + 309?
B. The difference between successor and predecessor
A. 14 × 36 + 309 B. 309 + 14 × 36
of a number is the smallest composite number.
C. 309 + 36 × 14 D. 36 × 309 + 14
C. The difference between least natural number and
least whole number is 1. 27. Two regular hexagons of perimeter 30 cm each are
D. All of these joined as shown in the figure. The perimeter of the
new figure is .
21. A solid object has two different faces i.e.,
A. 65 cm
B. 60 cm
and C. 55 cm
D. 50 cm

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28. What is the smallest number of squares that must 32. What fraction of the total number of children joined
be shaded so that the line AB becomes the line of the Painting programme?
symmetry? 1 3
A. B.
8 8
5 8
C. D.
13 13

33. The difference between the number of children


who joined Art and Gardening programme altogether
and Drama and Painting programme altogether
A. 4 B. 3 is .
C. 5 D. 7
A. 15
29. Which of the following statements is INCORRECT ? B. 20
  C. 16
A. Line AB is the same as line BA .
D. 18
B. Line segment AB is the same as the line segment
BA . 34. Which of the following number line correctly represents
  (–4) + (4)?
C. Ray AB is the same as ray BA .
D. AB perpendicular to CD is same as CD
perpendicular to AB.
A.
30. Which of the following options is correct? 0 1 2 3 4 5

    Model-1 Model-2

  B.
P : Shaded part of Model-1 –2 –1 0 1 2 3

Q : Shaded part of Model-2


A. P = Q B. P<Q
C.
C. P > Q D. Can't be determined 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
31. Vinay went to a craft fair where he spent a total
of ` 16. He spent ` 6 on admission and went to
8 tables. He spent the same amount of money (m) at D.
each table. The following expression can be used to 0 1 2 3 4 5
find how much money he spent at each table.
35. By splitting the given figure into rectangles, find the
16 = 6 + 8 m area.
How much money did Vinay spend at each table ?
2 cm
A. ` 0.50 B. ` 0.80
1 cm

C. ` 1.25 D. ` 2.00
3 cm

1.5 cm
Direction (32-33) : The graph shows the types of programmes,
some children joined during the June holidays.
60 2 cm
5 cm
1.5 cm

50
Number of Children

40
3.5 cm
1.5 cm

30

20 2 cm
10 A. 40.75 cm2
0 B. 20.25 cm2
Drama Art Painting Gardening C. 15.25 cm2
Holiday Programmes D. 23.75 cm

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EVERYDAY MATHeMATICS

36. A box of medicine contains 2,00,000 tablets is nickel. What mass of German silver will contain
each weighing 20 mg. What is the total weight of 1
8 kg of zinc?
all the tablets in the box in both grams and 2
kilograms?
2
A. 45 kg
A. 4000 g, 4 kg 5
B. 7000 g, 7 kg 1
B. 50 kg
C. 5000 g, 5 kg 5
D. 9000 g, 9 kg C. 68 kg
37. A vendor supplies 105 litres of milk to a hotel in the 2
morning and 85 litres of milk in the evening. If the D. 54 kg
5
milk costs `20 per litre, how much money is due to
the vendor per day? 42. When teams of same size are formed from three
groups of 512, 430 and 489 students separately,
A. `3500
8, 10 and 9 students respectively are left out.
B. `4200 What could be the largest size of the team?
C. `3950
A. 6
D. `3800
B. 12
38. Meera purchases two bags of fertilisers of weights C. 18
70 kg and 55 kg. Find the maximum capacity of weight D. 60
which can measure the weight of the fertilisers exact
number of times. 43. The total weight of brinjal, ladyfinger and potato
is 48.057 kg. If brinjal and ladyfinger weighs
A. 5 kg
5.35 kg and 24.52 kg, respectively. Find the weight
B. 2 kg of potato.
C. 11 kg
A. 18.187 kg
D. 7 kg
B. 25 kg
39. The temperature at 3:00 p.m. was 65°F. By C. 20 kg
9:00 p.m, the temperature had decreased by 27°F. D. 17.127 kg
Which integer best represents the temperature
change? 44. A floor is 3.5 m long and 3 m wide. A square carpet
of sides 2.5 m is laid on the floor. The area of the
A. –38
floor that is not carpeted is
B. –27
A. 4.25 sq. m
C. 27
B. 16.75 sq. m
D. 38
C. 3 sq. m
40. A piece of string is 38 cm long. What will be the D. 6.75 sq. m
length of each side, if the string is used to form a
square? 45. The ratio of father’s age to that of his son is equal
to the ratio of the mother ’s age to that of her
A. 19 cm
daughter. If the ages of mother, son and daughter
B. 9.5 cm be 48, 24 and 18 years respectively, then the age of
C. 7 cm the father is
D. 152 cm A. 54 years
41. German silver is a mixture of copper, nickel and zinc. B. 60 years
3 3 C. 64 years
of the total mass is copper and of the remainder
4 8 D. 50 years

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Achievers section

46. By splitting the given figure into rectangles, find the Deposit `120
area.
2.5 cm First hour `30.85
1.5 cm Every additional hour and part there of `28.25
2 cm 3 cm Mohit intends to hire the buggy from 8.15 a.m. to
2.30 p.m. How much does he have to pay up front?
1.5 cm 1 cm
A. ` 326.95
2.5 cm

B. ` 327
2 cm C. ` 330.30
2.5 cm
1.5 cm D. ` 320.35
1.5 cm
49. Below shows a solid.
4.5 cm
A. 22 cm2
B. 25 cm2
C. 25.25 cm2 Which of the following shows the correct net of the
2
D. 29 cm above solid?

47. The length and breadth of a rectangular sheet of


paper are 20 cm and 10 cm, respectively as shown in A. B.
Figure 1. A rectangular piece in Figure 2 is cut from
the corner of the sheet as shown below. Which of
the following statements is correct for the remaining
sheet? C. D.

50. Fill in the blanks.


2 cm (i) P integers are there between –8 and –1.
5 cm (ii) Every integer less than zero is Q .
Figure 1 Figure 2
(iii) The successor of predecessor of –30 is R .
A. Perimeter remains same but area changes.
B. Area remains the same but perimeter changes. (iv) |(–11) + (–15)| S (11) + (15)
C. Both area and perimeter changed. (v) The additive inverse of zero is T .
D. Both area and perimeter remains the same. P Q R S T
A. 6 negative –30 = 0
48. At a park, Mohit intends to hire a buggy to help him
B. 5 positive –25 > 0
get around more easily. The table shows the rates for
C. 6 negative –30 > 1
hiring a buggy.
D. –5 positive –28 = 1

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Class 6

Set A

Year 2017
LOGICAL REASONING

1. In a certain code language, ‘NATURAL’ is written A. X


as ‘UBOUMBS’. How will ‘PROBLEM’ be written B. Z
in that code language? C. E
A. QSPBMFN D. N
B. QSPBNFM
6. Select a figure from the options which satisfies the
C. PSQBNFM
D. PSQBMFN same condition of placement of the dots as in Fig. (X).

2. Select a figure from the options which when placed


in the blank space of Fig. (X) would complete the
pattern.
Fig. (X)

A. B.

?
Fig. (X)
C. D.

A. B.

7. Find the correct mirror image of Fig. (X), if mirror
is placed vertically to the left.
C. D.

M
3. If M is the brother of K, D is the daughter of K, N
is the sister of M and P is the brother of D, then who Fig. (X)
is the uncle of P?
A. M B. M
A. M

B. K
C. N
D. Can’t be determined C. M D. M
4. Find the minimum number of straight lines required
to make the given figure. 8. A set of three figures X, Y and Z shows a sequence
of folding of a piece of paper. Fig. (Z) shows the
manner in which the folded paper has been cut. Select
a figure from the options which would most closely
resembles the unfolded form of Fig. (Z).
A. 16
B. 17
C. 19
D. 21
X Y Z
5. If it is possible to make a meaningful word from the
second, fifth, eighth and tenth letters of the word A. B.
RESIDENTIAL using each letter only once, then the last
letter of the word would be your answer. If more than
one such word can be formed, your answer would be
‘X’ and if no such word can be formed, your answer C. D.
would be ‘Z’.

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9. Find the missing number, if a certain rule is followed 12. Which of the following Venn diagrams best represents
either row-wise or column-wise. the relationship amongst, “Artists, Scholars, Men”?
1 9 ?
A. B.
2 12 14
3 117 105
C. D.
A. 7
B. 8
C. 11
13. Two positions of a dice are shown here. Which number
D. 9
will be at the bottom when 2 is at the top?
10. Select a figure from the options in which Fig. (X) is 5 6
1 2 1 4
exactly embedded as one of its parts.

A. 3 B. 5
C. 4 D. 1

Fig. (X) 14. Find the number which will continue the given number
pattern.
A. B.
3 7 15 31 ? 127

A. 60
B. 63
C. D. C. 58
D. 65

15. Sonali drove her car 20 km Northwards. Then she


11. There is a certain relationship on the either side of turned left and drove for 30 km. She then turned left
: : . Identify the relationship on the left side and find again and drove yet another 20 km. Again she turned
the missing term. left and drove her car 45 km. How far she will be
AFHO : GBDM : : CHFM : ­ ? now from the initial position?
A. GBLD A. 10 km
B. GBJO B. 20 km
C. IBDL C. 15 km
D. IDBK D. 25 km

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

Direction (16-17) : Study the given graph carefully and 16. What fraction of the total number of children plays
answer the following questions. football?
140 A. 3/16
130 B. 13/64
120
110
C. 11/64
D. 5/32
Number of children

100
90
80 17. The difference between the number of children who
70
VOLLEYBALL

BASKETBALL

BADMINTON

play tennis and cricket altogether & basketball and


FOOTBALL

60
TENNIS
CRICKET

50 volleyball altogether is ____.


40
30 A. 20
20
B. 40
10
0 C. 10
Sports played D. 50

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18. Which of the following figures has largest perimeter? A. 2
B. 5
C. 4
A. B. D. 6

23. Which of the following statements is INCORRECT?


A. Each diagonal of a quadrilateral divides it into
two triangles.
B. Each side of a quadrilateral is less than the sum
of the remaining three sides.
C. D.
C. A quadrilateral can have atmost three angles.
D. A quadrilateral has two diagonals.

24. Find the successor of smallest 7-digit number.
19. The value of CMLXXXII + CCLIV is _________.
A. 10000
A. CDLXV B. 1000001
B. MCCCLXV C. 999999
C. MCCXXXVI D. 9999999
D. MCMXCVI 25. Arrange the shaded fraction of given figures in
20. Select the CORRECT match. ascending order.

Figure Lines of symmetry P. Q.


A. 4
R. S.

A. Q, R, S, P
B. 4 B. R, S, P, Q
C. S, P, R, Q
D. R, P, S, Q
C. 2 26. Find the difference between 7234042 rounded to the
nearest thousands and 42568 rounded to the nearest
hundreds.
D. 1 A. 7191400
B. 7191470
C. 7192000
21. Read the statements carefully and state T for true and D. 7191000
F for false.
I.
The place value of a digit at tenths place is 0.1 27. Which of the following statements represents a negative
times the same digit at the hundredths place. integer?
II. 0.03 + 3.3 = 110.1 A. Mohit deposits ` 2500 in his bank account.
0.3 0.03 B. Aruna travelled 20 km towards East to reach
III. Five point seven hundredths is written as 5.07. her destination.
I II III C. A kite is flying at a height of 20 m above the
A. F  T T ground.
B. F  F F D. A whale swimming on the water’s surface dives
C. T  F F 250 m.
D. F T F
28. Simplify the given expression :
22. The number of obtuse angles in the given figure is 5 + (6 × 0.1) + (3 × 0.01) + (4 × 0.001)
________. + (9 × 100) + (2 × 10)
R A. 529.364
Q B. 259.634
S
40° 80° C. 925.634
25° 35°
P O T D. 925.436

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29. Observe the following patterns and find the sum of
1 + 3 + 5 + 7 + 9 + ... + 19. (i) (ii)
1 =1×1=1
1 + 3 =2×2=4
1 + 3 + 5 =3×3=9 (iii) (iv)

1 + 3 + 5 + 7 = 4 × 4 = 16
A. (i) and (iii) only
1 + 3 + 5 + 7 + 9 = 5 × 5 = 25 B. (i) and (iv) only
............................................................. C. (ii) and (iii) only
............................................................. D. (ii) and (iv) only
A. 121 33. Classify the following into open and closed curves.
B. 81
C. 100
D. 64 (a) (p)

30. Compare and fill in the box with <, > or = .


1 2 2 1
18.8 + 3 + 7 16.2 + 4 + 3 (b) (q)
5 3 7 8
A. =
B. >
C. <
(c) (r)
D. Can’t be determined

31. Fill in the blanks and select the correct option. Open Closed
• Interior and exterior of a circle have P number A. (b, p, r) (a, c, q)
of common points. B. (b, q, c) (a, p, r)
• A Q of a circle is the region in the interior of C. (p, q, a) (r, c, b)
the circle enclosed by an arc and a chord. D. (r, b, a) (p, q, c)

• A set of points which extends infinitely in both 34. Select the INCORRECT statement.
the directions is called R .
A. The greatest number that exactly divides 63 and
• The hour hand of a clock turns S degrees in 15 84 is 21.
minutes. B. A factor of a number is an exact divisor of that
P Q R S number.
1 C. The smallest number that is exactly divisible by
A. Zero Sector Line  7 
 2 12, 14, 18, 22 is 2.
 1 D. A number divisible by two co-prime numbers is
B. Zero Segment Line 7  divisible by their product also.
 2

C. Infinite Segment Plane  1 35. The given rectangle is made up of 12 squares. Find
5 
 2 the area of the shaded region.
 1 4 cm
D. Infinite Sector Plane 5 
 2 4 cm

32. Which of the following solids can be obtained by


folding the net shown here?
A. 60 cm2
B. 48 cm2
C. 96 cm2
D. 24 cm2

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EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

36. Find the cost of cultivating a rectangular field 34 m A. ` 269.50


long and 18 m wide at ` 4.50 per sq. metre. B. ` 346.50
A. ` 2830 C. `  250.25
B. ` 2854 D. ` 549
C. ` 1839
D. ` 2754 4
42. Sneha bought 720 g of flour. She poured of the
9
37. A manufacturing company produces 625135 refrigerators
flour into a container and used 3 of this to bake a
in a year. Out of these 25687 are found to be defective. 5
How many refrigerators are in good condition? chocolate cake. How much flour did she use to bake
A. 599448 the chocolate cake?
B. 650822 A. 528 g
C. 595848 B. 432 g
D. 599268 C. 128 g
38. There are 3120 students in a college. If each student D. 192 g
pays ` 750 for a trip, then how much money will be 43. The given table shows the postal rate for delivery in
collected by the college?
Kerala. Find the postal rate for a parcel which weighs
A. ` 3124000 400 g.
B. ` 2340000
C. ` 4230000 Weight up to Postal rate
D. ` 2120000 20 g ` 20
50 g ` 50
39. Puneet, Arun and Manish start together for a morning 100 g ` 100
walk. Their steps measure 60 cm, 84 cm and 108 cm
250 g ` 150
respectively. What is the minimum distance each
500 g ` 200
should walk, so that all can cover the same distance
in complete steps? A. ` 175
A. 3780 cm B. ` 200
B. 1260 cm C. ` 300
C. 3720 cm D. ` 350
D. 1380 cm
44. The cost of 15 gms of gold is ` 8250. The cost of
3 21 gms of silver is ` 6825 and the cost of 26 gms of
40. A black squirrel takes 2 minutes to climb a tree. A
4 copper is ` 312. What is the total cost of 26 gms of
7
brown squirrel takes minutes to do the same. Which gold, 24 gms of silver and 52 gms of copper?
5
squirrel climbs the tree faster and by how much? A. ` 22866
7 B. ` 22724
A. Black squirrel, 1 mins C. ` 20198
15
7 D. ` 23250
B. Black squirrel, 1 mins
20 45. Niharika walks thrice around a square field of side
7 22 m. Girish walks twice around a rectangular field
C. Brown squirrel, 1 mins
20 with length 10 m and breadth 12 m. Who covers more
7 distance and by how much?
D. Brown squirrel, 1 mins
15
A. Girish, 20 m
41. Karan bought 5 pairs of socks and 4 belts. A pair of B. Niharika, 200 m
socks cost half as much as a belt. If each belt costs C. Girish, 176 m
` 38.50, then how much did Karan spend altogether? D. Niharika, 176 m

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ACHIEVERS SECTION

46. Sahil tried to solve an equation but couldn't reach to 49. Match the following.
the correct answer. Column-I Column-II
Following were the steps performed by him to solve 3
the expression. P. The fraction of shaded (i) 1
4
Solve for n : 3n + 5(n + 2) = 46
part in is
Step 1: 3n + 5n + 10 = 46
Step 2 : 8n + 10 = 46
Step 3 : 8n = 56 28 7 3
Q. If = , then x = (ii)
5 x 8
56
Step 4 : n = =7 1
8 R. The fractional form of (iii) 5
Find the INCORRECT step. 1.75 = 4
A. Step 4
B. Step 3 1 1 1 1
S. 3 −2 +4 = (iv) 1
C. Step 2 6 4 3 4
D. Step 1
P Q R S
47. Study the given statements carefully and select the A. (ii) (i) (iii) (iv)
correct option.
B. (i)  (iii) (ii) (iv)
Statement-I : If the side of a square is halved, then
C. (ii) (iv) (i) (iii)
the new perimeter is two times the original perimeter.
D. (ii) (iii) (iv) (i)
Statement-II : If the perimeter of a regular pentagon
is 35 cm, then the length of its each side is 5 cm. 50. Fill in the blanks.
A. Both Statement-I and Statement-II are true. (i) In Roman numerals, repetition of a symbol means
B. Both Statement-I and Statement-II are false. P .
C. Statement-I is true but Statement-II is false.
D. Statement-I is false but Statement-II is true. (ii) The symbol Q of Roman numeral can't be
subtracted.
48. A shopkeeper had 45 kg good quality of rice. He mixed
(iii) R is the additive identity and S is the
it with 15 kg bad quality of rice. Then he packed the
rice in 250 g packet. multiplicative identity of whole numbers.
(i) How many packets of rice did he get? (iv) T is the only whole number which does not
(ii) If each packet was sold at ` 32, then how much have predecessor.
money did he earn? P Q R S T
(i) (ii) A. Subtraction I 0 1 1
A. 200 ` 7700
B. Addition V 0 1 0
B. 240 ` 7680
C. Multiplication X 1 0 0
C. 120 ` 6780
D. 240 ` 7250 D. Addition C 1 0 1

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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Class 6

Set B

Year 2017
LOGICAL REASONING
LOGICAL REASONING
1. Select a figure from the options which will continue 6. Select a figure from the options in which Fig. (X)
the same series as established by the Problem Figures. is exactly embedded as one of its parts.
Problem Figures

? Fig. (X)

A. B.
A. B.

C. D.
C. D.

7. If ‘Clock’ is called ‘Television’, ‘Television’ is called


2. Count the number of triangles in the given figure. ‘Radio’, ‘Radio’ is called ‘Oven’, ‘Oven’ is called
‘Grinder’ and ‘Grinder’ is called ‘Iron’, then in which
will a woman bake?
A. Radio
B. Oven
A. 10 C. Grinder
B. 12 D. Iron
C. 14
8. Which of the following options would complete
D. 16
the pattern given in Fig. (X)?
3. If the digits of the following numbers are reversed and
then the numbers are arranged in ascending order, then
what will be the middle digit of the middle number?
254 439 671 894 958
A. 9 ?
B. 5 Fig. (X)
C. 3
D. 7
A. B.
4. Find the missing number, if same rule is followed in
all the three figures.
C. D.
6 24 8 5 14 7 3 ? 13
5 4 10 9. A square transparent Sheet (X), with a pattern and
Figure (1) Figure (2) Figure (3)
a dotted line on it is given. Find the figure from the
A. 39 options as to how the pattern would appear when the
B. 26 transparent sheet is folded along the dotted line.
C. 35
D. 25

5. Select the CORRECT water image of the given Sheet (X)


combination of letters.
COMBINATION A. B.
C O M B I NATI O N
A.
C M O B I NATI O N
B.
C O B I M NATI O N
C. C. D.
C O M B I NTAI O N
D.

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10. Vansh and Puneet started walking from two different 13. Arrange the given words as they occur in a dictionary
positions A and B respectively. Vansh walks 3 km and select the correct option.
North and turns to East and walks 4 km and again 1. Fight 2. Freak
turns to North and walks 2 km and finally turns to
3. Faint 4. Fault
East and walks 4 km to reach point ‘C’. Similarly,
Puneet walks 3 km North and turns to West and walks 5. Flick
4 km and finally turns to North, walks 2 km and meet A. 4, 3, 1, 5, 2
Vansh at point ‘C’. What was the distance between B. 4, 3, 2, 5, 1
Vansh and Puneet's starting positions? C. 3, 4, 1, 5, 2
A. 10 km D. 3, 4, 5, 1, 2
B. 12 km
14. Pointing to a girl in the photograph, Amar said, ‘‘Her
C. 15 km
mother's brother is the only son of my mother's father’’.
D. 14 km
How is the girl's mother related to Amar?
11. If ‘P’ denotes ‘×’, ‘R’ denotes ‘÷’, ‘M’ denotes ‘–’ and A. Mother
‘S’ denotes ‘+’, then the value of 24R8S7M2P5 is
B. Sister
4
A. 4 C. Aunt
5
D. Grandmother
B. 28
C. 40 15. Select a figure from the options which will complete
D. 0 the given figure matrix.
12. Select a figure from the options which satisfies
the same condition of placement of the dots as in
Fig. (X).

Fig. (X) ?
A. B.
A. B.

C. D. C. D.

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

16. Find the estimated difference between 16928 and 8952 D. The difference between an integer and its additive
by rounding off each number to nearest hundreds. inverse is always odd.
A. 7900 18. Study the given figures carefully.
B. 8000
C. 7800
D. 7976

17. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? (iii)


(i) (ii)
A. The product of two negative integers is always
Which of the above figures are polygons?
less than both the integers.
B. The additive inverse of a negative integer is A. Only (i)
negative. B. Both (i) and (ii)
1 C. Both (i) and (iii)
C. Multiplicative inverse of 5 is .
5 D. (i), (ii) and (iii)

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19. If ABCD and PQRS are two identical squares, then 24. Study the given figure carefully. If DOB is a straight
find the area of the shaded region. line, then match the columns.
B 10 cm
C
E
C
B
L 8 cm Q
P O A
1.5 cm
A M D
D
Column-I Column-II
(a) ∠AOB (i) Straight angle
S R (b) ∠AOE (ii) Acute angle
A. 180 cm2
(c) ∠AOC (iii) Right angle
B. 170 cm2 (d) ∠BOD (iv) Obtuse angle
C. 194 cm2 A. (a)→(i); (b)→(iv); (c)→(ii); (d)→(iii)
D. 173 cm2 B. (a)→(ii); (b)→(i); (c)→(iii); (d)→(iv)
20. Find the measure of smaller angle formed by the hour C. (a)→(ii); (b)→(iii); (c)→(iv); (d)→(i)
and the minute hands of a clock at 10 O' clock. D. (a)→(i); (b)→(ii); (c)→(iii); (d)→(iv)
A. 60° 25. Which of the following number lines correctly
B. 90° represents (–5) + 8?
C. 45°
D. 30° A.
–6 –5 –4 –3 –2 –1 0 1 2 3 4
21. A triangular prism has P faces, Q vertices and
R edges. B.
–6 –5 –4 –3 –2 –1 0 1 2 3 4
P Q R
A. 5 5 8
C.
B. 6 8 12 –6 –5 –4 –3 –2 –1 0 1 2 3 4

C. 5 6 8
D. 5 6 9 D.
–6 –5 –4 –3 –2 –1 0 1 2 3 4
22. Arrange the shaded fraction of following figures in 26. Find the greatest number which always divides the
ascending order. product of the predecessor and successor of an odd
natural number other than 1.
A. 6

B. 4
P Q C. 8
D. 16

27. Amulya and Amar visited two places A and B respectively


in Kashmir and recorded the minimum temperatures on
a particular day as – 4°C at A and –1°C at B. Which
R S
of the following statements is true?
A. Q, P, S, R A. A is cooler than B.
B. P, Q, R, S B. B is cooler than A.
C. S, R, Q, P C. There is a difference of 2 °C in the temperature.
D. R, S, P, Q D. The temperature at A is 4 °C higher than that at B.
23. Select the CORRECT match. 28. The number of diagonals in a heptagon is _______.
A. Twelve and thirty nine thousandths – 12.420 A. 14
B. Four and forty hundredths – 4.004 B. 15
C. Sixteen and two tenths – 16.2 C. 18
D. Eight and five hundredths – 80.50 D. 10

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29. In the given figure, all triangles are equilateral and 33. The given bar graph shows number of cars washed
AB = 16 units. Other triangles have been formed by five children to raise money for local children
by taking the mid points of the sides. What is the hospital.
perimeter of the figure?
100
A
90
80

Number of cars washed


70
60
B C 50
40
30
20
A. 92 units
10
B. 93 units 0
Mohit Sam Mini Amit Trishi
C. 91 units
What is the difference between the number of cars
D. None of these washed by (Trishi and Sam) & (Mohit and Mini)?
30. Find the value of LVIII + XXIV + LXXXIX + XXXII A. 20
– XCIV. B. 30
A. XCIX C. 35
B. XCVIII D. 25
C. CIX 34. What should come in the place of ‘?’ so that the sum
D. CVII of fractions on each line is same?
2 3 6
31. Which of the following figures has more than three lines 17 17 17
of symmetry?

?
A. B.

4 3 4
17 17 17
C. D.
1 3
A. B.
17 17
32. The number 7250371 is written in International System 5 6
C. D.
as __________. 17 17
A. Seventy two lakh fifty thousand three hundred
35. The sum of predecessor and successor of the smallest
seventy one. five digit number formed from the digits 1, 4, 0, 2, 5
B. Seven million twenty five thousand three hundred (each digit used only once) is _______.
seventy one. A. 20490
C. Seven million two hundred fifty thousand three B. 20480
hundred seventy one. C. 2490
D. None of these D. 20508

EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

36. Team coach Abhimanyu needs to buy 16 bats for What is the amount of money he will save if he buys
the cricket team. The list below shows the prices of 16 cricket bats from shop A than shop B?
cricket bats at two shops. A. ` 2000
(i) S
 hop A : A package of 8 cricket bats costs B. ` 1080
` 2560. C. ` 1200
(ii) Shop B : A package of 4 cricket bats costs ` 1550. D. ` 1000

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37. A rectangular piece of land measures 4.5 cm by A. 6930 cm
2.5 cm. Each side is to be fenced with four rows B. 6000 cm
of wires. What is the total length of wire needed? C. 7000 cm
A. 28 cm D. 6520 cm
B. 56 cm
42. It was estimated that because of people switching to
C. 35 cm
Metro trains, about 33000 tonnes of CNG, 3300 tonnes
D. 42 cm
of diesel and 21000 tonnes of petrol was saved by the
38. In a regular week, there are 5 working days and end of year 2016. Find the fraction of the quantity
for each day, the working hours are 8. A man gets of diesel and petrol is saved together to the quantity
` 2.40 per hour for regular work and ` 3.20 per hour of CNG saved.
for overtime. If he earns ` 432 in 4 weeks, then how 1 81
many hours does he work for? A. B.
10 110
A. 160 hrs 7 110
C. D.
B. 175 hrs 11 81
C. 180 hrs
43. Raghav walked 42.25 km in four days. He walked
D. 195 hrs
8.25 km on Monday, 7.52 km on Tuesday, 11.27 km
1 on Wednesday and rest of distance on Thursday.
39. To make a mocktail, Ashima mixed 2 L of soda,
3 How much distance did he walk on Thursday?
2 5
1 L of lime syrup and 1 L of water together. Find A. 16.24 km
3 6
B. 16.41 km
the total amount of mocktail she made.
C. 15.21 km
5 1 D. 15.41 km
A. 5 L B.
2 L
6 6
1 1 44. A barrel has 70 L 200 mL of milk. Jugs, each of
C. 4 L D.
5 L
6 3 capacity 130 mL are filled from this barrel. How
many such jugs can be filled from this barrel?
40. In 2016, the population of a certain village was
A. 500
105250. By January 2017, it increased by 4315.
During this period, 9242 people left the village. B. 540
What was the population of the village in January C. 480
2017? D. 620
A. 100323 45. A vendor supplies 105 litres of milk to a hotel in the
B. 118807 morning and 85 litres of milk in the evening. If the
C. 110177 milk costs ` 20 per litre, then how much money is
D. None of these due to the vendor per week?

41. Three boys steps off together from the same spot. Their A. ` 35000
steps measure 63 cm, 70 cm and 77 cm, respectively. B. ` 42000
What is the minimum distance each should cover so C. ` 39500
that all can cover distance in complete steps? D. ` 26600

ACHIEVERS SECTION

46. Fill in the blanks. 3


(iv) of a right angle is S .
(i) Two lines having no common point are called P 5
lines. P Q R S
(ii) The minimum number of lines required to form a A. Intersecting 2 diameter 90°
closed figure is Q . B. Parallel 3 radius 70°
(iii) A chord that passes through the centre of a circle C. Intersecting 4 segment 60°
is R .
D. Parallel 3 diameter 54°

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47. The given line graph shows the number of toys sold (P) (Q) (R) (S)
by a store in five months. A. T F F T
B. T T F T
350
C. F T F F
Number of toys sold 300
D. F T T F
250
200 49. Study the given statements carefully and select the
150 correct option.
100 Statement-I : A natural number is divisible by 8,
50 if the number formed by last three digits is
divisible by 8.
0
August
April
May
June

Statement-II : 987648 is divisible by 8.


July

A. Both Statement-I and Statement-II are true.


Months B. Both Statement-I and Statement-II are false.
What is the ratio of the toys sold in April and June C. Statement-I is true but Statement-II is false.
together to the toys sold in August and July together? D. Statement-I is false but Statement-II is true.
A. 9 : 8 50. Match the following.
B. 8:9
Column-I Column-II
C. 7:6 (P) The smallest integer greater than (i) 6
D. 6:7 every negative integer is
(Q) The value of (ii) 56
48. Read the statements carefully and state ‘T’ for true
49 – (–40) – (–3) + 69 – 80 is
and ‘F’ for false.
(R) If the number 7254 * 98 is divisible (iii) 0
(P) A fraction is said to be in simplest form if its by 22, the digit at * is
numerator and denominator have no common (S) A wire is cut into several small (iv) 81
factor other than 1. pieces. Each of the small pieces
5 4 is bent into a square of side 2 cm.
(Q) is greater than . If the total area of small squares is
9 5
28 cm2 , then the original length of
(R) Fractions can't be represented on the number wire (in cm) is
line.
A. (P) - (i), (Q) - (ii), (R) - (iii), (S) - (iv)
(S) In the place value of decimals, as we go from B. (P) - (iii), (Q) - (ii), (R) - (i), (S) - (iv)
1
left to right, the multiplying factor becomes C. (P) - (iii), (Q) - (iv), (R) - (i), (S) - (ii)
of the previous factor. 10
D. (P) - (iii), (Q) - (iv), (R) - (ii), (S) - (i)

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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Class 6

Set A

Year 2018
LOGICAL REASONING

1. Find the missing number, if same rule is followed in 5. A, B, C and D are playing carrom. D is to the right
all the three figures. of A who is to the right of B. Who is facing towards
west, if B is facing towards North?
4 6 8
A. D
16 0 8 24 9 9 32 ? 18
B. C
12 18 24
C. A
A. 20 D. Can’t be determined
B. 4
6. Which of the following Venn diagrams best represents
C. 18
the relationship amongst, ‘Cats, Animals and Dogs’?
D. 25

2. There is a certain relationship between figures (i) and A. B.


(ii). Establish the similar relationship between figures
(iii) and (iv) by selecting a suitable figure from the
options which will replace the ‘?’ in figure (iii). C. D.

?
7. The given sheet of a paper is folded to form a cube.
  (i)  (ii) (iii) (iv) Select a figure from the options which is similar to
the cube formed by folding the given sheet.
A. B.
2 6
1
C. D. 3
5 4
3. If ‘Racket’ is called ‘Football’, ‘Football’ is called
1 6
‘Cricket bat’, ‘Cricket bat’ is called ‘Basket ball’ A. 2 5 B.
3 4
and ‘Basket ball’ is called ‘Dice’, then by which a
cricketer play with? 4 1
C. 2 5 D.
2 3
A. Cricket bat
B. Dice
C. Basket ball 8. How many 6’s are there which are preceded by 9 but
D. Racket not followed by 3 in the given number series?
963943669336936396369
4. Select a figure from the options which satisfy the A. 1
same condition of placement of the dots as in the B. 2
given figure. C. 3
D. 0

9. Count the number of triangles formed in the given figure.

A. B.

A. 18
C. D. B. 15
C. 16
D. None of these

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10. Select the correct mirror image of the given figure. the options as to how the pattern would appear when
the transparent sheet is folded along the dotted line.
XYZ

Mirror
XYZ
A. B. Z Y X
A. B.
C. Z Y X D.
XYZ

C. D.
11. If ‘+’ stands for subtraction, ‘–’ stands for multiplication,
‘÷’ stands for addition and ‘×’ stands for division,
then the value of 5 + 16 × 4 ÷ 20 – 40 is
14. Which of the following options would complete the
A. 799 given figure pattern?
B. 805 W
C. 801 W
D. 800

12. Select a figure from the options which will complete ?


the given figure matrix. M

A. M B.
M

? C. D.
W
W

A. B. 15. Pointing to a lady in a photograph, Kashi said, “She


is the mother of my son’s wife’s daughter”. How is
the lady related to Kashi?
C. D. A. Daughter-in-law
B. Daughter
13. A square transparent sheet, with a pattern and a C. Granddaughter
dotted line on it is shown here. Select a figure from D. Cousin

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

16. Find the difference between the smallest 5-digit number 18. Which of the following options gives the result CCC?
and the greatest 5-digit number formed by using the A. MXIII – DCCXIV
digits 6, 8, 2, 5 and 9 (using each digit only once).
B. LXIV + CCXXVI
A. 27936
C. CXXIX + CLXXI
B. 72963
D. XCVI + CCII
C. 56293
D. 39576 19. Which of the following properties holds true in the
17. If the product of two numbers is 1728 and their H.C.F. given expression?
is 12, then their L.C.M. is _____. 72(4 + 5) = 72 × 4 + 72 × 5
A. 156 A. Commutative property
B. 144 B. Closure property
C. 256 C. Associative property
D. 172 D. Distributive property

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20. If a number is formed by interchanging the digits at B
tens and thousands places of 7939, then which of the
following is CORRECT? P A C D
A. New number > Original number O E

B. New number < Original number N F

C. New number = Original number M G

D. None of these L K I H

21. Find the minimum number of points at which three J


lines intersect. A. 34 cm
A. 1 B. 64 cm
B. 3 C. 43 cm
C. 2 D. 52 cm
D. 0
3ax + 6 x − 9
27. If a = 8 and x = 4, then the value of is
22. Using a ruler and compasses, which of the following 3a − 4 x − 2
___________.
constructions can be made?
1
A. A circle, when the length of its radius is known. A. 18
B. The perpendicular bisector of a line segment of 3
the given length. 2
B. 19
C. Both A and B 7
D. None of these 1
C. 19
23. On a number line, numbers are marked at a distance 3
of 1 cm apart from each other. One end of a line 1
D. 18
segment is at –8 and the other end is at 9. How long 2
is the line segment (in cm)?
28. Which of the following squares should be shaded to
A. 1
make the given figure symmetric?
B. –1
C. 16 P
D. 17

24. 1162 is divided into three parts such that 4 times the S
first part, 5 times the second part and 7 times the third R
part are equal. Find the parts. Q
A. 490, 392, 280
A. P and Q
B. 492, 392, 278
B. P and S
C. 493, 329, 340
D. 393, 290, 360 C. Q and R
D. R and S
25. Find the fraction, if its decimal value is 0.6 and
denominator is 75. 29. Find the area of the given figure.
35 2 cm
A.
75 1.5 cm
3 cm 1 cm
45
B.
75 2 cm 1 cm
65
C.
75
85 3 cm 3 cm
D.
75 6 cm

26. In the given figure (not drawn to scale), DABC, A. 25.5 sq. cm
DEFG, DKIJ and DNMO are 4 different equilateral B. 23.5 sq. cm
triangles. Find the perimeter of the figure, if side C. 25 sq. cm
of square PDHL is 8 cm, AC = 4 cm, EG = 2 cm,
D. 24 sq. cm
KI = 3 cm and MO = 2 cm.

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30. Read the statements carefully and select the CORRECT 33. Which of the following numbers is completely divisible
option. by 9?
Statement-I : A circle is the path of a point moving
A. 596348
at the same distance from a fixed point.
Statement-II : A sector of a circle is a region in the B. 965864
interior of the circle enclosed by an arc and a chord. C. 695844
A. Both Statement-I and Statement-II are true. D. 746936
B. Statement-I is true but Statement-II is false.
34. Find the values of circles P, Q and R respectively,
C. Statement-I is false but Statement-II is true.
such that the sum of the numbers in two quadrilaterals
D. Both Statement-I and Statement-II are false.
equals to the value of the circle in between them.
31. Arrange the following in ascending order.
3.569
6 2 4 3 + 0.699 0.99 – 0.48
, , , P + 1.667
15 9 7 18 – 3.769
4 2 6 3
A. , , ,
7 9 15 18 Q R
3 6 2 4
B. , , ,
18 15 9 7
3 2 6 4 8.301
C. , , ,
18 9 15 7 + 5.309
2 3 4 6 – 6.045
D. , , ,
9 18 7 15

32. The net of a solid is given. Identify the shape and


find the number of faces of the solid formed when A. 2.676, 8.064, 9.742
the net is folded. B. 7.334, 6.442, 2.332
C. 9.742, 2.676, 8.064
D. 8.064, 9.742, 8.999

35. Which of the following ratios are in proportion?


A. 150 g : 350 g and 35 kg : 210 kg
A. Triangular pyramid, 4
B. `60 : `120 and `90 : `160
B. Square pyramid, 5
C. Triangular prism, 5 C. 24 cm : 15 m and 80 g : 5 kg
D. Tetrahedron, 6 D. 3 L : 9 L and 18 mL : 27 L

EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

36. A retailer bought 12000 strawberries. He threw is the minimum number of each pack she must buy?
144 strawberries that were rotten. He packed the A. 14 packs of glasses and 12 packs of straws
remaining strawberries equally in 76 boxes. How B. 15 packs of glasses and 3 packs of straws
many strawberries were there in each box? C. 14 packs of glasses and 11 packs of straws
A. 156 D. 12 packs of glasses and 3 packs of straws
B. 149
38. Five square flower beds each of side 1.2 m are dug
C. 160
on a piece of land 4.8 m long and 4.2 m wide. What
D. 250
is the area of the remaining part of land?
37. Ruhanika is organising a party for 480 people and A. 12.69 sq. m
needs disposable glasses and straws. There are 40 B. 12.96 sq. m
glasses in a pack and 160 straws in a pack. She needs C. 11.96 sq. m
exactly the same number of glasses and straws. What D. 144 sq. m

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39. At  present, Kirti is 12 years old and her mother Kamlesh C. ` 496.34
is 42 years old. Find the ratio of the Kamlesh’s age D. ` 743.99
two years ago to Kirti’s age two years hence.
43. Swati ate 1/2 of the candies she had and gave rest to
A. 7 : 20 Jeny. Jeny kept 8 of the candies and gave rest of the
B. 20 : 7 10 candies to Sakshi. How many candies did Swati eat?
C. 10 : 3
A. 18
D. 3 : 10
B. 24
40. The breadth of a rectangular bed sheet is 5 m more C. 72
than half the length of the bed sheet. What is the D. 36
perimeter of the bed sheet, if the length is x m?
A. (3x + 12) m 44. Three farmers have 165 kg, 190 kg and 210 kg of
B. 2(x + 5) m wheat respectively. Find the maximum capacity of a
bag such that the quantity of wheat can be packed in
C. (3x + 10) m
exact number of bags.
D. (4x + 12 ) m
A. 15 kg
41. On one day, the temperature on a hill at 8 p.m. was
B. 50 kg
2°C but at mid-night, it fell down to –3°C. By how
C. 45 kg
much did the temperature fall?
D. 5 kg
A. 5°C
B. 6°C 45. Vishu writes the smallest 6-digit number and Ridhi
C. 7°C writes the greatest 7-digit number on the blackboard.
D. 8°C Their Maths teacher finds the difference between
the smallest 4-digit number and the sum of the two
42. Chinmay purchased 10 kg rice at the rate of ` 15 per kg, numbers written on the board. What would be the
15 kg 40 g sugar at the rate of ` 20 per kg and 5 kg answer?
60 g salt at the rate of ` 9 per kg. He gave ` 1000 A. 10099999
to the shopkeeper. How much money did he get back? B. 10098999
A. ` 234.94 C. 19999890
B. ` 503.66 D. 10069998

ACHIEVERS SECTION

46. Fill in the blanks. (iii) Zero is less than every negative number.
(i) A right angle is ____P ______ of a revolution. (iv) 4 more than –7 is –3.
(ii) A figure whose all sides are equal and all angles (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
are __Q____ is called regular closed figure. A. T T F T
(iii) The product of two negative integers is a __R____
B. T F F T
integer.
(iv) ___S _____ of a number is a number that comes just C. T T F F
after that number. D. F T F T
P Q R S 48. The given bar graph shows the sale of different brands
A. One-fourth different positive successor of shirts in a shop in one month.
B. One-third different negative predecessor
70
C. One-fourth equal positive successor
Number of shirts sold

60
D. Half equal negative predecessor
50
47. State ‘T’ for true and ‘F’ for false and select the 40
correct option. 30
20
(i) Set-squares are useful to draw parallel lines. 10
3 1 4 1
(ii) 13.5 + 4 + 9 + 6 > 12.5 + 5 + 8 + 14.6 P Q R S T
8 8 8 2 Brands

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(i) How many total shirts are sold in the month? 61
D. 1
(ii) Find the fraction of number of shirts sold of brand 213
S to the number of shirts sold of brand P and R
together. 50. Match the figures given in Column-I with their shaded
ratio given in Column-II and select the correct option.
(i) (ii)
8 Column-I Column-II
A. 195
9
13 (P) (i) 3:5
B. 200
8
11
C. 165
7
(Q) (ii) 7 : 13
13
D. 195
8
49. Study the given number lines and find the value of
(R) (iii) 7 : 12
(S + R) ÷ (P – Q).
S P

0 1 2 3
Q R

0 1 2 3 (S) (iv) 1 : 2
64
A. 1
101
512 A. (P) → (iii), (Q) → (iv), (R) → (i), (S) → (ii)
B. 1
101 B. (P) → (iv), (Q) → (iii), (R) → (ii), (S) → (i)
512 C. (P) → (iv), (Q) → (iv), (R) → (i), (S) → (ii)
C. 2 D. (P) → (iii), (Q) → (ii), (R) → (iv), (S) → (i)
403

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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Class 6

Set B

Year 2018
LOGICAL REASONING
LOGICAL REASONING
1. Select a figure from the options, which will continue 6. In the given Venn diagram, Triangle represents people
the same series as established by the Problem Figures. who like playing indoor games, Circle represents
Problem Figures people who like playing outdoor games and Square
represents people who like watching T.V. Which of
? the following numbers represents people who like to
play indoor as well as outdoor games but do not like
to watch T.V.?
A. B.
2 1
C. D. 5
3 4
7
2. How many such even numbers are there in the following
sequence of numbers each of which is immediately A. 4
followed by an even number as well as immediately B. 5
preceded by an odd number?
C. 2
858676893275342234411981632 D. 3
A. 1
B. 2 7. If '–' denotes '÷', '÷' denotes '×', '+' denotes '–' and '×'
denotes '+', then find the value of 116 + 9 ÷ 52 – 4 × 5.
C. 3
D. More than 3 A. 16
B. 8
3. Which of the following options will replace the (?) C. 9
in the given figure matrix?
D. 4

8. Select a figure from the options which satisfies the


same conditions of placement of the dots as in the
given figure.

?

A. B.

C. D.
A. B.
4. If Tarun says, "Deepak's mother is the only
daughter-in-law of my father", then how is Tarun related to
Deepak? C. D.
A. Father
B. Grandfather
9. How many cubes are required to make the given
C. Uncle figure?
D. Brother

5. Shivam is facing towards North-East. He turns 180°


clockwise and then again turns 180° anticlockwise.
Finally he turns 315° clockwise. In which direction
is he facing now?
A. North A. 13
B. North-West B. 14
C. South C. 10
D. South-East D. 11

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10. In a certain code language, 'SACRED' is written as 13. The given question consists of a set of three figures P,
'TBDQDC'. How will 'SAFETY' be written in the same Q and R showing a sequence of folding of a piece of
language? paper. Fig. (R) shows the manner in which the folded
paper has been cut. Select a figure from the options
A. TBESDX
which would most closely resemble the unfolded form
B. TBDDSX
of fig. (R).
C. TBGDSX
D. RBDXYA

11. Select a figure from the options in which the given


P Q R
figure is exactly embedded as one of its parts.

A. B.

A. B.
C. D.

C. D. 14. Two positions of a dice are shown here. Which of


the following will be at the top when 4 is at the
bottom?
12. Select the correct water image of the given figure.
3 5
6 2
1 6

A. 3
B. 6

C. 2
D. 1
A. B. 15. Among 5 students, Atul is lighter than Rashi and
Anuj. Karan is heavier than Sam and Rashi. Sam is
not the lightest. Who among them is the lightest?
A Karan
C. D. B. Atul
C. Rashi
D. Anuj

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

16. Find the sum of – 59, – 41, 73, – 92, 81, – (–41) and –3. A. (20 + 6x) cm
A. 3 B. (20 + 5x) cm
B. 0 C. (18 + 7x) cm
C. 1 D. (20 + 9x) cm
D. –2
18. Which of the following figures does not have any line
17. The given figure is made up of one big square of side 5 cm of symmetry?
and 3 identical small squares of side x cm each. Find
the perimeter of the figure in terms of x.
A. B.

C. D.

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1 9 C. 90
19. The product of a number and the sum of 2 and
5 5 D. 99
is 76. Find the number.
24. Find the value of 896.72 × 0.15 correct to the nearest
A. 20
tenths.
B. 21
C. 19 A. 134.51
D. 18 B. 134.6
C. 134.61
20. If 60 is divided into two parts in the ratio 2 : 3, then
the difference between those two parts is _______. D. 134.5

A. 10 25. Find the value of p and q respectively which satisfies


B. 12 the given equation.
C. 5
1 1 2
D. 18 p +q = 7
3 3 3
21. The algebraic expression for the statement 'One-fifth of A. 4, 8
a number x is subtracted from the sum of b and thrice B. 2, 3
of c' is _______. C. 3, 4
x D. 3, 5
A. 3(b + c) −
5
26. A quadrilateral shaped photo frame has all sides equal.
x
B. (b + 3c) − Which of the following is not a possible shape for
5
x the photo frame?
C. − (b + 3c)
5 A. Square
x B. Trapezium
D. − 3(b − 3c)
5 C. Rhombus
Direction (22-23) :The given table shows the number of D. None of these
chapatis Ms Sharma made on each day in a week.
27. How many line segments are there in the given figure?
Days Number of chapatis
A B I G H
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
C D E
Thursday  
Friday F

Saturday A. 17

Sunday B. 20
C. 19
22. How many chapatis did she make in the whole week? D. 18
A. 42
B. 67 28. If a line segment measuring 28.254 cm is divided
C. 57 into three equal parts, then the sum of the measure
D. 47 of the two parts is __________.
A. 14.112 cm
23. If each chapati was made using 9 g of flour, then
quantity of flour used on Friday was _______ g. B. 15.646 cm

A. 100 C. 19.264 cm
B. 81 D. 18.836 cm

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29. Divide the place value of 5 in 256798 by 1 less than A. 1:9
the predecessor of 10002. B. 2 : 45
A. 501 C. 9 : 18
B. 50 D. 4 : 123
C. 5001
D. 5 33. The number 90406092 can be written in International
System of Numeration as
30. How many degrees are there in one-third of one-fourth
of one complete turn? A. Nine crore forty lakh sixty thousand ninety two
B. Ninety million forty lakh six thousand ninety two
A. 30°
C. Ninety million four hundred six and ninety two
B. 60°
C. 90° D. Ninety million four hundred six thousand ninety
D. 120° two

31. Find the area of the unshaded part of the given figure. 34. A number is always divisible by 180, if
1 A. It is divisible by both 45 and 2.
cm
2 B. It is divisible by both 36 and 5.
1 C. It is divisible by both 18 and 30.
cm
2
D. All of these

35. Which of the following options is incorrect?


3 2
A. >
4 3
A. 4.5 cm2 4 1
B. >
B. 6 cm2 5 3
C. 10 cm2 9
C. > 1
D. 6.5 cm2 7
32. If m : n = 3 : 7, then (6m – 2n) : (5m + 3n) is equal 1 1
D. <
to _______. 2 4

EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

36. Samiara bought a raw papaya weighing 8 kg 300 g. 38. Four mobile phones commence vibrating together and
Out of this, she gave 2 kg 200 g to her tenant. How vibrate at an intervals of 16 secs, 9 secs, 8 secs and
much papaya is left with her? 4 secs respectively. In 12 minutes, how many times
will they vibrate together?
A. 5 kg 10 g
A. 7
B. 5 kg 100 g
B. 4
C. 6 kg 100 g C. 8
D. 6 kg 10 g D. None of these

37. A milkman supplies 34 L of full cream milk and 39. From Shanti Niwas, Mr Saxena takes a left turn and
54 L of toned milk everyday in Palam Vihar. The toned walks 87 steps to reach the community hall. One
milk costs ` 48 per litre and full cream milk costs day, by mistake he turns to right and after walking
` 56 per litre. How much money the milkman will earn 35 steps he realised that he is walking in the opposite
direction. How many steps he has to walk back to
in the month of June?
reach the community hall?
A. ` 124640 A. 122
B. ` 134880 B. 52
C. ` 101732 C. 59
D. ` 145650 D. 120

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40. Vipin, Tushar and Vikas are living in a room on rent. In 43. A bus starts its journey at 5:30 a.m. and reaches its
a month Tushar decided to pay one-fifth of the total rent destination at 9:15 p.m. with a stoppage time of 2
and Vikas decided to pay two-fourth of the total rent. hours. Find the ratio of the stoppage time to the total
How much will Vipin pay, if the rent of the room is journey period.
` 12500 per month?
A. 12 : 95
A. ` 6250 B. 8 : 63
B. ` 3750
C. 4 : 73
C. ` 2500
D. 9 : 85
D. ` 2560
44. Mr Ahuja purchased two Maths books for ` 167.50 each,
41. A bag contains one rupee, 50 paise and 25 paise coins
three Science books for ` 1375.75 and four Computer
in the ratio 5 : 6 : 8. If the total amount is ` 420,
Science books for ` 168.55 each. He gave 5 notes of
then find the total number of coins.
` 500 each to the shopkeeper. How much amount
A. 798 will he get back?
B. 789
A. ` 335
C. 978
B. ` 674.2
D. 987
C. ` 175.50
42. Manju runs around a rectangular park of length D. ` 115.05
35 m and breadth 20 m. Meenu runs around a square
park of side 30 m. Who covers less distance and by 45. Find the number of envelopes that can be made out of
how much, if Meenu takes 4 rounds and Manju takes a sheet of paper 384 cm by 168 cm, if each envelope
3 rounds completely? requires a piece of paper of size 16 cm by 12 cm.

A. Meenu, 150 m A. 340


B. Manju, 120 m B. 344
C. Manju, 150 m C. 336
D. Meenu, 120 m D. 342

ACHIEVERS SECTION

46. Study the given statements carefully. State 'T' for true 47. Solve the following and select the correct option.
and 'F' for false and select the correct option.
 2 3 5
(i) If a number is a factor of each of the given (i) −  −5  of 6 − 0.696 × 10.00 + 3 + (−6.663)
 3 8 4
two numbers, then it must be a factor of their
difference. 3  1   7  (−6)  4  5
(ii) 4 −  −4  +  −3  + −  −1  + 4
(ii) If a number is divisible by another number, then 5  6  6 7  5 7
it must be divisible by each of the factors of that
number. (i) (ii)
(iii) If a number is divisible by another number, then it 9
A. 26.752 10
is also divisible by all the multiples of that number. 35
(iv) No prime number other than 2 is even but every 3
odd number is necessarily a prime number. B. 26.767 12
45
(i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
9
A. T F T F C. 28.837 10
35
B. T T F F
C. F T F T 19
D. 26.752 6
D. F F F F 35

6 | IMO | Class-6 | Set-B | Level 1


48. Select the incorrect match, if figures (not drawn to P Q R S
scale) are made up of identical squares and identical A. 20 6 12 4
equilateral triangles of side 3 cm each. B. 20 12 6 6
Figures Perimeter (in cm) C. 20 12 6 9
D. 8 12 6 12
A. 39 50. Match the following and select the correct option.

Column-I Column-II
B. 30
(P) 40 lakhs = ________ (i) 865
millions

C. 105 (Q) The value of V × C × M (ii) 5000000


× X is ________.
(R) Product of 4444 and a (iii) 200000
number is three million
D. 36 eight hundred forty four
thousand and sixty. The
number is _______.
49. Find the value of P, Q, R and S. (S) Estimated product of 2038 (iv) 4
Shapes Sum of number of Difference of number and 123 is _______.
faces and vertices of edges and vertices
A. (P) → (iv), (Q) → (ii), (R) → (iii), (S) → (i)
Hexagonal P Q
Prism B. (P) → (ii), (Q) → (iv), (R) → (i), (S) → (iii)
Pentagonal R S C. (P) → (ii), (Q) → (iv), (R) → (iii), (S) → (i)
Pyramid D. (P) → (iv), (Q) → (ii), (R) → (i), (S) → (iii)

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

IMO | Class-6 | Set-B | Level 1 | 7


ANSWER KEYS

IMO 2014

SET A
1. (C) 2. (C) 3. (C) 4. (B) 5. (B) 6. (C) 7. (B) 8. (A) 9. (A) 10. (B)
11. (A) 12. (B) 13. (A) 14. (A) 15. (D) 16. (C) 17. (D) 18. (C) 19. (C) 20. (B)
21. (A) 22. (B) 23. (B) 24. (B) 25. (D) 26. (C) 27. (A) 28. (A) 29. (C) 30. (D)
31. (C) 32. (C) 33. (B) 34. (D) 35. (C) 36. (A) 37. (D) 38. (A) 39. (B) 40. (A)
41. (D) 42. (D) 43. (C) 44. (A) 45. (B) 46. (D) 47. (D) 48. (C) 49. (C) 50. (A)
SET B
1. (C) 2. (A) 3. (B) 4. (C) 5. (D) 6. (B) 7. (D) 8. (C) 9. (C) 10. (B)
11. (A) 12. (A) 13. (D) 14. (D) 15. (C) 16. (C) 17. (C) 18. (B) 19. (C) 20. (A)
21. (A) 22. (C) 23. (C) 24. (B) 25. (D) 26. (A) 27. (C) 28. (B) 29. (D) 30. (D)
31. (A) 32. (A) 33. (D) 34. (B) 35. (C) 36. (C) 37. (C) 38. (D) 39. (B) 40. (A)
41. (D) 42. (C) 43. (B) 44. (A) 45. (D) 46. (C) 47. (C) 48. (D) 49. (D) 50. (C)

IMO 2015

SET A
1. (A) 2. (B) 3. (B) 4. (A) 5. (D) 6. (B) 7. (C) 8. (D) 9. (A) 10. (D)
11. (B) 12. (C) 13. (B) 14. (D) 15. (A) 16. (B) 17. (C) 18. (C) 19. (B) 20. (A)
21. (C) 22. (B) 23. (D) 24. (D) 25. (A) 26. (D) 27. (A) 28. (C) 29. (B) 30. (B)
31. (B) 32. (B) 33. (B) 34. (A) 35. (D) 36. (B) 37. (C) 38. (D) 39. (A) 40. (C)
41. (B) 42. (D) 43. (C) 44. (A) 45. (B) 46. (D) 47. (B) 48. (B) 49. (C) 50. (C)

SET B
1. (B) 2. (A) 3. (A) 4. (D) 5. (C) 6. (C) 7. (B) 8. (D) 9. (D) 10. (C)
11. (D) 12. (A) 13. (C) 14. (D) 15. (B) 16. (D) 17. (C) 18. (B) 19. (D) 20. (A)
21. (C) 22. (C) 23. (C) 24. (B) 25. (B) 26. (A) 27. (B) 28. (C) 29. (B) 30. (D)
31. (A) 32. (C) 33. (B) 34. (C) 35. (B) 36. (C) 37. (B) 38. (D) 39. (C) 40. (C)
41. (A) 42. (D) 43. (B) 44. (A) 45. (C) 46. (B) 47. (B) 48. (B) 49. (A) 50. (D)

IMO 2016

SET A
1. (A) 2. (C) 3. (D) 4. (C) 5. (B) 6. (A) 7. (C) 8. (A) 9. (A) 10. (A)
11. (A) 12. (A) 13. (B) 14. (B) 15. (C) 16. (D) 17. (B) 18. (A) 19. (B) 20. (B)
21. (D) 22. (A) 23. (D) 24. (A) 25. (B) 26. (A) 27. (B) 28. (C) 29. (A) 30. (D)
31. (C) 32. (C) 33. (D) 34. (A) 35. (A) 36. (C) 37. (A) 38. (D) 39. (C) 40. (B)
41. (A) 42. (A) 43. (A) 44. (D) 45. (B) 46. (B) 47. (C) 48. (D) 49. (D) 50. (D)

SET B
1. (C) 2. (D) 3. (C) 4. (D) 5. (C) 6. (B) 7. (D) 8. (D) 9. (C) 10. (A)
11. (A) 12. (D) 13. (C) 14. (A) 15. (D) 16. (A) 17. (A) 18. (D) 19. (C) 20. (C)
21. (C) 22. (C) 23. (A) 24. (B) 25. (A) 26. (D) 27. (D) 28. (A) 29. (C) 30. (C)
31. (C) 32. (C) 33. (D) 34. (D) 35. (B) 36. (A) 37. (D) 38. (A) 39. (B) 40. (B)
41. (D) 42. (B) 43. (A) 44. (A) 45. (C) 46. (B) 47. (A) 48. (D) 49. (B) 50. (A)

IMO 2017

SET A
1. (C) 2. (A) 3. (A) 4. (B) 5. (C) 6. (D) 7. (C) 8. (C) 9. (A) 10. (A)
11. (D) 12. (C) 13. (C) 14. (B) 15. (C) 16. (A) 17. (C) 18. (C) 19. (C) 20. (B)
21. (A) 22. (C) 23. (C) 24. (B) 25. (B) 26. (A) 27. (D) 28. (C) 29. (C) 30. (B)
31. (B) 32. (A) 33. (A) 34. (C) 35. (C) 36. (D) 37. (A) 38. (B) 39. (A) 40. (C)
41. (C) 42. (D) 43. (B) 44. (B) 45. (D) 46. (B) 47. (B) 48. (B) 49. (C) 50. (B)

SET B
1. (B) 2. (C) 3. (A) 4. (A) 5. (A) 6. (B) 7. (C) 8. (D) 9. (C) 10. (B)
11. (D) 12. (A) 13. (C) 14. (C) 15. (C) 16. (A) 17. (C) 18. (C) 19. (C) 20. (A)
21. (D) 22. (D) 23. (C) 24. (C) 25. (D) 26. (C) 27. (A) 28. (A) 29. (B) 30. (C)
31. (C) 32. (C) 33. (C) 34. (A) 35. (A) 36. (B) 37. (B) 38. (B) 39. (A) 40. (A)
41. (A) 42. (B) 43. (C) 44. (B) 45. (D) 46. (D) 47. (B) 48. (A) 49. (A) 50. (C)

IMO 2018

SET A
1. (B) 2. (C) 3. (C) 4. (C) 5. (C) 6. (D) 7. (D) 8. (D) 9. (A) 10. (B)
11. (C) 12. (B) 13. (A) 14. (A) 15. (A) 16. (B) 17. (B) 18. (C) 19. (D) 20. (B)
21. (A) 22. (C) 23. (D) 24. (A) 25. (B) 26. (C) 27. (D) 28. (D) 29. (A) 30. (B)
31. (C) 32. (A) 33. (C) 34. (A) 35. (C) 36. (A) 37. (D) 38. (B) 39. (B) 40. (C)
41. (A) 42. (B) 43. (A) 44. (D) 45. (B) 46. (C) 47. (B) 48. (D) 49. (A) 50. (C)

SET B
1. (B) 2. (D) 3. (A) 4. (A) 5. (A) 6. (C) 7. (D) 8. (D) 9. (D) 10. (C)
11. (D) 12. (A) 13. (C) 14. (B) 15. (B) 16. (B) 17. (A) 18. (D) 19. (C) 20. (B)
21. (B) 22. (C) 23. (B) 24. (D) 25. (C) 26. (B) 27. (A) 28. (D) 29. (D) 30. (A)
31. (B) 32. (A) 33. (D) 34. (B) 35. (D) 36. (C) 37. (B) 38. (D) 39. (A) 40. (B)
41. (A) 42. (C) 43. (B) 44. (D) 45. (C) 46. (B) 47. (A) 48. (D) 49. (A) 50. (D)