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Set A

Year 2014
8th IMO - Set A 1

Logical Reasoning

1. Answer the question referring to the symbol-letter- 5. Select the correct mirror image of the given below
number sequence given below: combination of letters, if the mirror is placed vertically
P: 3 # R U 2 + >APYB 4 to the left.
Q : S £ 5 N ⇔ F G 8 * D 7Y LoGiCaLReAsOnInG
R : O * HT6 @ C 9 Z K ⊗ 1 A. GnInOsAeRLaCiGoL
What is the difference between the total letters and B. GnInOsAeRLaCiGoL
total symbols, which are used in the series of P, Q C. GnInOsAeRLaCiGoL
and R?
D. GnInOsAeRLaCiGoL
A. Eight
B. Nine 6. Shivam and Varun want to visit the museum after
C. Six their exam. Shivam's exam finishes on 9th April and
D. Seven he is leaving for a holiday on 12th April. Varun's exam
2. In a certain code language, the word HURDY-GURDY will be over by 10th April after which he is free. On
is written as GF-GE and HOB-NOB is written as which of the following dates can the two definitely
meet?
BE-CA. How will the word HUGGER-MUGGER
A. 10th April
be written in that language?
A. EI-AG B. Either 10th or 11th April
B. EI-GA C. 11th April
C. EF-GA D. Either 11th or 12th April
D. FF-GA
7. A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circle
3. Find the missing figure which will replace the (?) facing the centre. D is second to the left of H, who
in Problem Figures to complete the series. is third to the left of A. B is fourth to the right of
Problem Figures C, who is the immediate neighbour of H. G is not a
neighbour of B or C. F is not a neighbour of B.

? How many of them are sitting between C and B?


A. Two
B. Four
C. Two or Four
A. B.
D. Three

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


C. D. only daughter of my father". How is the man related
to the woman?
A. Brother B. Father-in-law
4. There is a certain relationship between fig. (i) and
C. Maternal uncle D. Husband
(iii). Establish the similar relationship between
fig. (ii) and (iv) by selecting a suitable figure from 9. P, Q and R are three cities on a map. P is north of Q
the options which will replace the (?) in fig. (iv). and ∠PQR is 45° in clockwise direction. In what
direction is R from Q?

? A. North-East
C. South-East
B. North-West
D. South-West
(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) 10. The given figure shows the net
P
of a cube. Which two faces lie
A. B. opposite to each other? Q R S T
A. P and Q U
B. P and U
C. D. C. Q and T
D. S and U
2 8th IMO - Set A
11. The given figures show a series of patterns formed 2. No two students get the same marks.
by using circles. 3. V always scores more than P.
4. P always scores more than Q.
5. Each time either R scores the highest and T gets
the least, or alternatively S scores the highest and
U or Q scores the least.
If R gets most, V should be ranked not lower
Pattern 1 Pattern 2 Pattern 3 Pattern 4
than .
How many more circles are there in Pattern 10 than A. Second B. Third
in Pattern 8? C. Fourth D. Fifth
A. 4
B. 6 14. If the first half of the English alphabet series are
C. 8 written in reverse order, then which letter should be
D. 10 8th letter to the left of 14th letter from the right end?
A. E B. G
12. The characters in given figures follows a certain rule
C. F D. I
row-wise or column-wise. Identify the rule and find
the missing number. 15. Which of the following shapes is exactly embedded in
18 ? 24 Fig. (X)?

21 16 17 8 25 12 17 9 23
20 19 16
A. 1
B. 8
C. 16 Fig. (X)
D. 9
A. B.
13. Read the following information and answer the
following question:
1. Seven students P, Q, R, S, T, U and V take a series
C. D.
of tests.

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

 2  5     10  5    16   55   2797
 3 ×  − 4   +   − 3  × 2  −   − 3  ×  − 32   18. Find the square root of 21 .
3364
16. Simplify:
3  9   1  33
× −  × −  A. 4
2   14   7   58
1082 1082 39
A. B. − B. 4
81 81 58
7 7 29
C. −133 D. 133 C. 4
81 81 57
27
D. 4
17. Mohit wins if he picks up a face card from the given 52
cards. Find the probability of Mohit's winning.
19. Find the value of z.
7 7 3 3 5 K A
0.5( z − 0.4) 0.6( z − 2.71)
z + 6.1 = −
7 7 3 3 5 K A 0.35 0.42
A. 5/7 A. –2.8
B. 1/7 B. 2.8
C. 2/7 C. 4.2
D. 6/7 D. –3.41
8th IMO - Set A 3
20. In the given figure, if PC and PD are the bisectors 26. The points P, Q, R and S lie on a straight line. The
of ∠BCD and ∠ADC respectively, then find ∠ABC. ratio of the length of PQ to the length of QR is
D 3 : 4 and the ratio of the length of PR to the length
25° C of RS is 2 : 1. Find the ratio of the length of QR to
30°
the length of PS.
P
A. 7 : 19
100° B. 10 : 21
A B
C. 21 : 8
A. 205° D. 8 : 21
B. 180°
C. 300° 27. Study the pie-chart and answer the question based on
D. 150° it.
VARIOUS EXPENDITURES (IN PERCENTAGE)
21. Which of the following is INCORRECT for an exterior
INCURRED IN PUBLISHING A BOOK
angle of a regular polygon with n sides?
Royalty Printing
A. All exterior angles of a polygon add upto 360°.
15% Cost 20%
B. Exterior angle = 180° – Interior angle
360° Transportation
C. n= Cost 5%
Exterior angle
Paper
(n − 2) × 180° Promotion
D. Each exterior angle = Cost 20%
n Cost 10%

22. The order of rotational symmetry in the given figure


is . Binding
30%
A. 4
B. 2 Which of the following two expenditures together
C. 1 have a central angle of 108°?
D. Infinitely many A. Binding and Transportation
A B B. Printing and Paper
23. If the given figure is made
C. Royalty and Promotion
up of 3 identical regular O C D. Promotion and Paper
polygons, then find M D
(i) ∠ABC E
N 28. Sonu's grandmother is 80 years old and Sonu is
(ii) ∠DIN L I F 20 years old. How many years ago was his grandmother
(iii) ∠IOC 7 times as old as Sonu?
(i) (ii) (iii) K J H G
A. 8 years
A. 120° 60° 120°
B. 10 years
B. 100° 60° 120°
C. 12 years
C. 120° 60° 60°
D. 15 years
D. 120° 80° 100°
29. Calculate the perimeter and area of the given figure
24. To reduce a rational number in its standard form,
respectively, if radius of circle is 7 cm.
we divide its numerator and denominator by their
.
A. L.C.M 18 cm 16 cm
B. H.C.F
C. Product
D. Multiple 16 cm 12 cm

25. If 21998 – 21997 – 21996 + 21995 = K⋅21995, then the value


14 cm 20 cm
of K is .
A. 1 A. 144 cm, 462 cm2
B. 2 B. 156 cm, 562 cm2
C. 3 C. 122 cm, 294 cm2
D. 4 D. 140 cm, 394 cm2
4 8th IMO - Set A
30. A design has been drawn on a tile. ABCD and PQRS A. 8y2 + 16y + 124
both are in the shape of a rhombus. Find the total B. 9y2 + 72y + 144
area of semi-circles drawn on each side of rhombus C. 72y2 + 9y + 144
ABCD. D. 18y2 + 4y + 164

33. If the distance travelled by a car in one hour is


A
210 km, then the distance travelled by the same car
3 cm with the same speed in 60 seconds is .
P 3 cm A. 4500 m
Q
D B B. 3160 m
S 5 cm
3 cm C. 3500 m
R D. 4230 m

C 34. To construct a unique rectangle, the minimum number


of measurements required is _____.
A. 142.843 cm2 A. 4 B. 3
B. 128.973 cm2 C. 2 D. 1
C. 39.286 cm2
D. 157.14 cm2 35. Which of the following shows distributive property of
multiplication over addition for rational numbers?
31. Which of the following values are equal?
(P) 14 (Q) 40 3  1  5   3 1   3  5  
A. − ×  +  −  = − ×  + − ×  −  
(R) 04 (S) 41 4  3  7   4 3   4  7  
A. P and Q 3  1  5   3 1   5 
B. Q and R B. − ×  +  −  = − ×  − − 
4  3  7   4 3   7 
C. P and R
D. P and S 3  1  5  1  3   5 
C. − ×  +  −  = + −  ×  − 
4  3  7  3  4   7 
32. If we divide 15(y + 3) (y 2 – 16) by 5(y 2 – y – 12)
3  1  5   1  5   3
and multiply the result by 3(y + 4), we get . D. − ×  +  −  =  +  −   −
4  3  7   3  7   4

EVERYDAY MATHeMATICS

36. Tanya and Priya left Town P and travelled in opposite 38. ` 350 is divided among P, Q and R in the ratio
directions to Town Q and Town R respectively 2 : 5 : 3. Find the amount of money that the child
at 7:30 a.m. Tanya was travelling at a speed of with the largest share got.
68 km/hr while Priya was travelling at a speed of A. ` 175 B. ` 180
52 km/hr. How far apart are they at 9:30 a.m.? C. ` 145 D. ` 160
A. 320 km
39. Garima has 150 picture cards. Tarun has 110 picture
B. 230 km
C. 136 km cards. How many cards must Garima give to Tarun
D. 240 km so that Tarun will have 4 times as many cards as
Garima?
37. During a mass drill exercise, 6250 students of different A. 100 B. 140
schools are arranged in rows such that the number of C. 82 D. 98
students in each row is equal to the number of rows.
In doing so, the instructor finds out that 9 children 40. The digit in the tens place of a two digit number is
are left out. Find the number of children in each 3 more than the digit in the units place. Let the digit
row. at units place be b. Then the number is .
A. 46 A. 11b + 30
B. 79 B. 10b + 30
C. 85 C. 11b + 3
D. 69 D. 10b + 3
8th IMO - Set A 5
41. The cost of a chocolate is ` (x + 4) and Rohit bought Find an equation for the number of ancestors in a
(x + 4) chocolates. Find the total amount paid by him generation n.
in terms of x. A. 2n
A. x2 + 8x + 16 B. n + 2
B. 8x2 + 16x + 12 C. 2n
C. 6x2 + 2x + 14 D. n/2
D. 8x2 + x + 16
1
42. There are 86,400 seconds in a day. How many days 44. One fruit salad recipe requires cup of sugar. Another
2
long is a second? Express your answer in scientific recipe for the same fruit salad requires 2 tablespoons
notation upto 3 decimal places. 1
of sugar. If 1 tablespoon is equivalent tocup, how
A. 1.157 × 10–6 B. 1.234 × 10–5 16
C. 1.157 × 10 –5
D. 1.432 × 10–4 much more sugar does the first recipe require?

43. While studying her family's history, Shikha discovers A. 4 cup


5
records of ancestors 12 generations back. She
B. 6 cup
wonders how many ancestors she had in the past
5
12 generations. She starts to make a diagram to help
C. 3 cup
her figure this out. The diagram soon becomes very
8
complex.
D. 5 cup
Shikha 8

45. Ananya took part in a race. She ran 1.7 km, jogged
2
Parents for 1 hours and walked the remaining 300 m of
Past (Generation 1) 3
the race. If the total distance of the race was 17 km,
find her jogging speed.
Grandparents
Past (Generation 2) A. 8 km/hr
B. 12 km/hr
C. 7 km/hr
Great-grandparents
Past (Generation 3) D. 9 km/hr

Achievers Section

46. Identify P, Q and R. 47. Match the following:


Column-I Column-II
(a) Line Graph (i) S h o w s c o n t i n u o u s
changes in data over
periods of time.
(b) Circle Graph (ii) C ompare parts of a
P Q R
whole.
A. Rectangular Square Triangular
(c) Histogram (iii) Shows the frequency of
prism prism pyramid
data divided into equal
B. Rectangular Square Triangular
pyramid prism prism groups.
C. Rectangular Square Cuboid A. (a) → (i), (b) → (iii), (c) → (ii)
pyramid prism B. (a) → (iii), (b) → (ii), (c) → (i)
D. Square Rectangular Triangular C. (a) → (i), (b) → (ii), (c) → (iii)
prism prism pyramid D. (a) → (ii), (b) → (i), (c) → (iii)
6 8th IMO - Set A
48. In the given figure (not drawn to scale), BA = BR (a) A factor of 36
and PQ is parallel to RS. Find x, y and z. (b) Odd
R (c) Less than 1
(a) (b) (c)
50° 32° A. 5/6 1/4 1/6
P y B. 1/6 1/2 1/6
C. 2/3 1/3 0
E S D. 5/6 1/2 0
29° x
A z D
B C 50. Fill in the blanks:
• ____P__ is the multiplicative identity of rational
Q
numbers.
x y z • There are _______
Q rational numbers between two
A. 58° 69° 40° given rational numbers.
B. 58° 40° 30° • Rational numbers are not associative for _______.
R
C. 48° 59° 70° P Q R
D. 69° 40° 58° A. 0 infinite division
B. 1 infinite division
49. A dice is rolled once. What is the probability that C. 1 finite subtraction
the number will be D. 0 infinite addition

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK


Class 8

Set B

Year 2014
8th IMO - Set B 1

Logical Reasoning

1. In a certain code, the word COMEATONCE is written 6. Which of the following Venn diagrams best represents
as XLNVZGLMXV. In the same code, which of the the relationship amongst, "Fractions, Rational numbers
following would code OK? and Whole numbers"?
A. KL
B. LM A. B.
C. KM
D. LP

2. Count the number of circles in the


C. D.
given figure.
A. 16
B. 15
C. 17 7. There is a certain relationship between the figures
D. 18 P and Q & R and S. Identify the relationship and
find the missing figure.
3. There is a certain rule followed in figures P, Q and
R. Identify the rule and find the missing numbers
a & b respectively.
?
384 576 a P Q R S
96 144 b
A. B.
192 288 168
P Q R
A. 336, 84 C. D.
B. 676, 196
C. 484, 86
D. 576, 194 8. Identify the missing figure in the given figure
matrix.
4. Seven executives P, Q, R, S, T, U and W reach office
in a particular sequence. U reaches immediately
before P but does not immediately follow S. R is
the last one to reach office. T follows immediately
after P and is subsequently followed by W. Who
ranks fourth in the sequence of reaching office?
A. W
B. U ?
C. T
D. None of these
A.
5. Study the following arrangement carefully and answer
the question given below.
R B B DAP$ 3 T J Q 5 4 S * 1 L+ V 9 N M
B.
5 ÷ K 7 O
If each symbol is first converted into a numeral
and then all the numerals are converted into english
letters, how many converted english letters will be C.
there in the above arrangement of elements?
A. 15
B. 11
C. 12 D.
D. 13
2 8th IMO - Set B
9. The three different positions of a dice are given 12. Select the correct mirror image of given below
below: combination.

2 3 6 NeWsPaPeR123456
3 6 5 1 3 1
Mirror
A. 654321RePaPsWeN
Which number is on the face opposite to 1? NeWsPaPeR123456
B.
A. 6 B. 2
C. 3 D. 5
C. 654321R P PsWeN
a e
D. 654321R PaPsW N
e e
10. There is a set of three figures X, Y and Z,
13. It is 3 o'clock in a watch. If the minute hand points
showing a sequence of folding of a piece of paper.
towards the North-East, then the hour hand will point
Figure (Z) shows the manner in which the folded
towards the .
paper has been cut. Choose the figure which would
A. South
most closely resemble the unfolded form of paper. B. South-West
C. North-West
D. South-East

14. If the first five words in the sentence, "Meeta Meets


Mysterious Meena Many Times" are rearranged in
X Y Z
the alphabetical order, then which will be the middle
word?
A. B. A. Meeta
B. Meena
C. Meets
D. Mysterious
C. D.
15. Shobha is the niece of Ashish. Ashish's mother is
Priya. Kamla is Priya's mother. Kamla's husband is
Hari. Krishna is the mother-in-law of Hari. How is
11. At the end of a business conference 15 people are Shobha related to Hari?
present. All shake hands with each other once. How A. Daughter
many handshakes will there be altogether? B. Great granddaughter
A. 120 B. 91 C. Grand niece
C. 110 D. 105 D. Great grandson's daughter

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

16. If (3.9268) 2 = 15.42, then find the value of x + 9 x − 4 5 x − 32 2 x − 3


18. Solve for x : + = −
154200. 28 3 9 35
A. 3926.8 A. 19 B. –19
B. 392.68 C. 29 D. –29
C. 39.268
D. 3.9268 19. The difference of the area of the
circumscribed and the inscribed
17. Which of the following do not vary directly?
square of a circle is 35 sq. cm. x
A. Speed of a vehicle and time taken to cover a fixed
distance. Find the area of the circle.
B. Number of days worked and amount of earnings. A. 55 sq. m
C. Number of books and their price. B. 70 sq. m
D. Number of units of current used and the amount C. 55 sq. cm
of charge for consumption. D. 70 sq. cm
8th IMO - Set B 3
20. The value of 25. The perimeter of a rhombus is 146 cm and one of its
0 1/ 2 diagonal is 55 cm. Find the other diagonal and the
 125 
2/3  1   36 
  ÷  +  
 = area of the rhombus.
64   (625 / 256) −1/ 4   3 64  
  A. 24 cm, 660 cm2
9
A. B. 24 cm, 330 cm2
8
C. 48 cm, 660 cm2
6
B. D. 48 cm, 1320 cm2
5
4
C. 26. A rectangular block of wood has dimensions 24 cm
9
by 9 cm by 7 cm. It is cut up into bricks. Each brick
9
D. is a cube of side 3 cm. Find the largest number of
4
bricks that can be cut from the block.
21. By what least number 3600 be divided to make it A. 48
a perfect cube? B. 56
A. 9
C. 49
B. 50
C. 300 D. 52
D. 450
27. Simplify : (a + b)3 + (a – b)3 + 6a(a 2 – b 2)
22. Sneha cut the following figure out of a rectangular A. 8a2
cardboard of length 70 cm and breadth 50 cm. Find B. 8a2b
the area of the figure. C. 8a3b
44 cm 11 cm D. 8a3
19.8

cm

5.5 cm
.4

22 cm 28. If A : Rational numbers are always closed under division


cm

36.3 cm
26

41.9 cm and R : Division by zero is not defined, then .


37.1 cm A. Both A and R are true
36.3 c
m
B. Both A and R are false
cm

33 cm
35.2 cm

16.5 cm
38.5

C. A is true and R is false


11 cm 44 cm D. A is false and R is true
A. 2722.5 cm2
29. Two dice are tossed. The probability that the total
B. 2122 cm2
C. 2577 cm2 score is a prime number is .
D. 2257 cm2 1
A.
6
23. In the given figure, the angle
12 5
formed between the hour and 11 1 B.
10 2 12
minute hand is
A. 80° 9 3 1
C.
B. 40° 8 4 2
C. 60° 7 6 5
7
D. 30° D.
9
24. The number of chocolates in the three packets
30. Which of the following statements is incorrect?
P, Q and R are in the ratio of 2 : 3 : 4. The
A. A number is divisible by 3, if the sum of digits
total number of chocolates in the three packets is
divisible by 3.
270. Packet R sells 20 chocolates to packet P and
B. A number is divisible by 9, if the sum of its digits
10 chocolates to packet Q. After this sale, what is
is divisible by 9.
the ratio of chocolates in packets P : Q : R?
A. 8 : 9 : 10 C. A number is divisible by 4, if the number formed
B. 9 : 10 : 8 by its last two digits is divisible by 4.
C. 8 : 10 : 9 D. A number is divisible by 6, if the number is
D. 10 : 9 : 8 divisible by either 2 or 3.
4 8th IMO - Set B
31. How many kg of pure salt must be added to 30 kg 1 1 1 1
of 2% solution of salt and water to increase it to a 33. Simplify: − a 2b 2 c + ab 2 c − abc 2 − cb 2 a 2 +
2 3 4 5
10% solution? 1 2 1 2 1
2 2 cb a − c ab + ca 2b
A. 2 kg B. 3 kg 6 7 8
3 3 7 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 2
1 2 A. ab c + a bc − abc + abc
C. 4 kg D. 6 kg 10 2 28 8
2 5 7 2 2 1 2 11 2 1 2
B. − a b c + ab c − abc + a bc
32. Which of the following pie charts represent the data 10 2 28 8
1 2 2 7 2 10 1
shown below? C. a b c + ab c − abc + abc 2
2
14 12 5 8
Number of students opting different subjects
D. None of these
Subject No. of students
English 45 34. The size of a red blood cell is 0.000007 m and the
size of a plant cell is 0.00001275 m. Compare these
Maths 60
two, which of the following is correct?
Physics 20
3
Chemistry 30 A. A red blood cell is approximately of the plant
cell in size. 4
Economics 10
1
Hindi 15 B. A red blood cell is approximately of the plant
cell in size. 4
C. A red blood cell is approximately half of the plant
cell in size.
30°

50°
40°
A.
30° 110°
B. 20° 120° D. A red blood cell is approximately equal to the
40°
60° plant cell in size.
50° 80° 90°

35. A card is drawn from a packet of 100 cards numbered


1 to 100. The probability of drawing a number which
is a square is
90° 90°
C. 120° D. 100° 1 9
30° 30° A. B.
50° 60° 60° 40° 20° 10 100
1 2
10° C. D.
100 100

EVERYDAY MATHeMATICS

36. A class starts at 10 a.m. and lasts till 1.27 p.m. Four 38. The price of tea being increased by 20%, a man
periods are held during this interval. After every reduces his consumption by 20%. By how much
period, 5 minutes are given free to the students. The percent will his expenses for tea be decreased?
exact duration of each period is A. 2%
A. 42 minutes B. 4%
B. 48 minutes C. 6%
C. 51 minutes D. 8%
D. 53 minutes
39. If a company sells a car with a marked price of
37. A man plants 15376 apple trees in his garden and ` 2,72,000 and gives a discount of 4% on ` 2,00,000
arranges them so that there are as many rows as and 2.5% on the remaining amount of ` 72,000,
there are apples trees in each row. The number of then the actual price charged by the company for
rows is the car is
A. 124 A. ` 2,50,000
B. 126 B. ` 2,55,000
C. 134 C. ` 2,60,100
D. 144 D. ` 2,62,200
8th IMO - Set B 5
40. Ratio of the earnings of A and B is 4 : 7. If the 43. Sam invested ` 15,000 at 10% per annum for one
earnings of A increase by 50% and those of B year. If the interest is compounded half-yearly, then
decrease by 25%, the new ratio of their earnings the amount received by Sam at the end of the year
becomes 8 : 7. What are A's earnings? will be
A. ` 21,000 A. ` 16,500
B. ` 26,000 B. ` 16,525.50
C. ` 28,000 C. ` 16,537.50
D. Data inadequate D. ` 18,150

41. A train 150 m long is running with a speed of 44. Within a rectangular garden 10 m wide and 20 m
68 km/hr. In what time will it pass a man who is long, we wish to pave a walk around the borders of
running at 8 km/hr in the same direction in which uniform width so as to leave an area of 96 m2 for
the train is going? flowers. How wide should the walk be?
A. 6 sec A. 1 m
B. 10 sec B. 2 m
C. 9 sec C. 2.1 m
D. 12 sec D. 2.5 m

42. A can finish a work in 18 days and B can do the 45. Tickets numbered 1 to 30 are mixed up and then a
same work in half the time taken by A. Then, working ticket is drawn at random. What is the probability
together, what part of the same work they can finish that the ticket drawn bears a number which is a
in a day? multiple of 5?
1 1
A. A.
6 5
1 3
B. B.
9 5
2 2
C. C.
5 5
2 1
D. D.
7 4

Achievers Section

46. Find the sum of a, b, c, d, e, f, g and h. 47. Select the incorrect match.
A. Mean proportion If A : B = x : y, then
h g B:A=y:x
B. Equivalent ratio Each term in a ratio
multiplied/divided by
the same number.
C. Ratio Used to compare two or
a
more than two quantities.
b D. Proportion It is an equality relation
f
between two ratios.
e
c d 48. Find the numerical value of P : Q where
m + n −l n+l − m l +m−n
 xm   xn   xl 
P =  n × l  × m and
A. 720° x  x  x 

( ) ( ) ( )
1/( a − c ) 1/(b − a ) 1/( c −b )
B. 360° Q = x1/( a −b) × x1/(b − c ) × x1/(c − a )
C. 540° where a, b, c being all different.
A. 1:2 B. 2:1
D. 180°
C. 1:1 D. None of these
6 8th IMO - Set B
49. If DE is internal bisector of ∠D, then find x & y C. 25°, 155°
respectively. D. 155°, 25°
G
x 50. Study the statements and choose the correct option.
F Statement-1 : The square root of certain decimals
A
are obtained by first changing the decimals into
35°
fractions with perfect squares as their numerators
E and denominators.
y Statement-2 : (26.1)2 lies between 400 and 900.
70° 25° A. Statement-1 is true and statement-2 is false.
B
C D
B. Statement-1 is false and statement-2 is true.
A. 30°, 150° C. Both statements 1 and 2 are false.
B. 20°, 120° D. Both statements 1 and 2 are true.

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK


Class 8

Set A

Year 2015
logical reasoning

1. Which of the following indicates similar relationship A. 3


as 'LOWER' has with 'WORLE'? B. 4
A. ENTRY : RNYET C. 5
B. WORDS : ROSWD D. 7
C. AMONG : OMNAG
6. There is a definite relationship between figures (1)
D. GLAZE : AGELZ
and (2). Establish a similar relationship between
2. If it is possible to make a meaningful word with the figures (3) and (4) by selecting a suitable figure from
second, fourth, sixth and eighth letters of the word the options that would replace the (?) in fig. (4).
UMBRELLA, then which of the following will be
the third letter of that word? If more than one such
word can be formed, give 'Z' as the answer. If no
such word can be formed give 'X' as the answer.
A. X
B. M A.
C. Z
D. R

3. Select a figure from the options which will continue the B.


same series as established by the Problem Figures.

C.

D.
A.
7. Aakash, Priya, Shikha, Mohit, Riya, Giya and Mukta
are sitting around a circle facing the centre. Aakash is
B. third to the left of Mukta and to the immediate right
of Riya. Priya is second to the left of Giya, who is
not an immediate neighbour of Mohit.
C.
Who is to the immediate right of Priya?
A. Mohit
D. B. Shikha
C. Mukta
D. Can't be determined
4. Raman starts from point P and walks towards East and
stops at point Q. He now takes a right turn followed 8. Select the correct mirror-image of Fig. (X), if mirror
by a left turn and stops at point R. He finally takes a is placed vertically to the left.
left turn and stops at point S. If he walks 5 km before
taking each turn, then towards which direction will
Raman have to walk from point S to reach point Q?
A. North
B. South A.
C. West
D. East B.
5. How many such 4's are there in the given below
arrangement which are immediately preceded by a pair C.
of numbers whose product is more than the product
of pair of numbers immediately following 4?
43784456432417445214689489 D.
47864254462

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9. Pointing to Kartik, Vivan said, "His mother's brother 3. If an odd number is followed by a prime number,
is the father of my son Nitin." How is Kartik related the first number is to be divided by the second
to Vivan? number.
A. Brother 4. If an odd number is followed by an even number
B. Uncle which is a perfect square, they are to be added.
C. Nephew 5. If an odd number is followed by composite odd
D. Father number, they are to be added.
23 15 9 64
10. Which of the following options represents the given x 31 15 3
Venn diagram?
If x is the resultant of the first row, then what is the
resultant of the second row?
A. 54
B. 18
A. Body, Hand, Eatables C. 21
B. Mammal, Nurse, Woman D. 72
C. Star, Moon, Mars
D. Swimmer, Carpenter, Singer 14. A set of three figures X, Y and Z showing a sequence
of folding of a piece of paper is given. Fig. (Z) shows
11. Find the missing number, if the same rule is followed the manner in which the folded paper has been cut.
in all the three figures. Select a figure from the options which would most
5 4 3 8 9 4 closely resemble the unfolded form of Fig. (Z)

20 9 24 11 ? 13

A. 117
X Y Z
B. 36
C. 32
A.
D. 26

12. Select a figure from the options, which when placed


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

A.
C.

?
B.
D.
Fig. (X)
C.
15. The figure below shows the net of both Cube A and
Cube B.

D.

13. In the given question, two rows of numbers are given.


Resultant number in each row is to be worked out
separately based on the following rules and the question
below the rows of numbers is to be answered. The
operations of numbers progress from left to right.
Rules : Find the sum of the number opposite to 1 on
1. If an even number is followed by a prime number, Cube A and the number opposite to 6 on Cube B.
they are to be multiplied. A. 9
2. If an even number is followed by a composite odd B. 8
number, odd number is to be subtracted from the C. 7
even number. D. 6

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MATHEMATICAL REASONING

2  1 − 3x  x − 7 21. The pie chart below shows how Mini spent her
16. Solve for x : (4 x − 1) −  4 x − = evening.
3  2  2
A. 0
B. 1
C. 2
D. 5

17. If a, b, c are rational numbers, then associativity of


rational numbers under addition is given by
A. a +b=b+a
B. a + (b + c) = (a + b) + c
C. a × (b × c) = (a × b) × c
D. a + (b – c) = (a + b) – c If Mini spent 2 hrs 30 mins in watching TV programmes,
then how much time she spent on jogging ?
18. In the given figure, ACDH is a parallelogram, EFGH
A. 1 hr 15 mins
is a square and the straight line BEG is parallel to
B. 1 hr 30 mins
CD. Find ∠CDE.
C. 2 hrs 15 mins
D. 2 hrs 45 mins

22. The area of the field ABGFEA (not drawn to scale)


is

A. 45°
B. 125°
C. 135°
D. 185°

19. The figure below shows a pyramid.


A. 7225 m2
B. 7230 m2
C. 7235 m2
A. D. 7240 m2

23. In the figure below, ABCD is a rhombus. Find x.

B.

C. A. 39°
B. 40°
C. 49°
D.
D. 29°

2
(469 + 174)2 − (469 − 174) 2 24. Solve for x : ( x + 2)(2 x − 3) − 2 x + 6 = 2.
20. The value of is x−5
469 × 174
A. 5
A. 2
B. 10
B. 4
C. 15
C. 689
D. 20/3
D. 1023

4 | 9th IMO | Class-8 | Set-A | Level 1


25. The dot diagram shows the number of children living 1
in the houses on a certain road. (ii) The reciprocal of 1 , if a = 0 is .
a 0
 1
(iii) 1 ÷  −  = −4
1 house  4
(iv) x ÷ (y + z) = x ÷ y + x ÷ z
A. Both (i) and (ii)
B. Only (iii)
C. (i), (ii) and (iv)
D. (ii), (iii) and (iv)
0 1 2 3 4 5 6
Number of children 32. If a exceeds b by x%, then which of the following
Find the probability of the house having exactly 2 is correct?
children.
x
1 2 A. a−b =
A. B. 100
4 3
3 1 B. b = a + 100 x
C. D. bx
4 5 C. a=
(100 + x)
26. Find the value of x, if bx 

D. a = b +
33.5 × 212 × 422.5 ÷ 22.5 × 73.5 = (21)x  100 
A. 8
B. 10 33. The figure below is not drawn to scale. If all lines are
C. 12.5 straight lines, then which of the following options is
D. 6.5 false?

27. The population of a town is 176400. It increases


annually at the rate of 5% p.a. What will be its
population after 2 years ? What was it 2 years ago?
A. 194481, 159201
B. 160000, 194480
C. 194950, 159286
D. 194481, 160000 A. AB || GH
−5 2 3 2 4 2 1 2 B. CD || IJ
28. Evaluate : x − x − x − x + x2 C. DR || SK
3 4 3 4
A. –5x2 D. EF || KL
B. 4x2 34. How many of the given solids are pyramids?
C. –6x2
D. –3x2

29. Shirish purchased a watch at 20% discount on its


marked price but sold it at the marked price. Find
the gain percent of Shirish in the transaction.
A. 10%
B. 20%
C. 25%
D. 35%
A. 4
0.00001225 3 B. 3
30. The value of − 0.000064 =
0.00005329 C. 2
A. 0.2 D. 1
B. 0.279
35. Zero is _____.
C. 0.479
D. 0 A. The identity for addition of rational numbers.
B. The identity for subtraction of rational numbers.
31. Which of the following statements is true? C. The identity for multiplication of rational
−5 numbers.
(i) is a negative rational number.
0 D. The identity for division of rational numbers.

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EVERYDAY MATHeMATICS

1 5
36. In the last three months Mr. Sharma lost 5 kg, gained
2 8 4
1 3
2 kg and then lost 3 kg weight. If he now weighs
4 4 7 ?
95 kg, then how much did Mr. Sharma weighs in 3
beginning?
What could be the missing number on the wheel?
A. 100 kg
B. 102 kg A. 1
C. 106.5 kg B. 2
D. 104 kg C. 4
D. 9
37. The length and the breadth of a rectangular hall are
24 m and 18 m, respectively. What is the length of 42. Each child from a certain school can make 5 items
the largest straight line that can be drawn on the of handicraft in a day. If 1125 handicraft items are
floor of the hall? to be displayed in an exhibition, then in how many
A. 24 m days can 25 children make these items?
B. 28 m A. 6 days
C. 30 m B. 7 days
D. 34 m
C. 8 days
38. A bookshop owner purchased 100 notebooks for D. 9 days
` 15 each. However, 5 notebooks had to be return
43. Shikha invested ` 6400 for 3 years at the rate of 10%
as few pages were torn from them. The remaining
notebooks were sold at ` 18 each. Find the gain or per annum compounded annually. Sneha invested the
loss percent. same amount at the same rate for the same time but
on simple interest. Who gets more interest and by
A. 10% gain
B. 14% gain how much?
C. 12% loss A. Sneha, ` 198.40
D. 8% loss B. Sneha, ` 146.50
C. Shikha, ` 146.50
39. Atharv bought a television set whose marked price
D. Shikha, ` 198.40
was ` 45,000. He then gets a discount of 15% and
pays a sales tax of 12%. How much does he pay for 44. A man gives 40% of his money to his children and
the television set? 20% of the remaining to a trust. If he is still left with
A. ` 33,660 ` 9,600, then what did he originally have?
B. ` 43,650
A. ` 14,000
C. ` 47,250
B. ` 19,845
D. ` 42,840
C. ` 20,000
40. A beam 9 m long, 40 cm wide and 20 cm high is made D. ` 25,409
up of iron which weighs 50 kg per cubic metre. The
weight of the beam is 45. A group of students decided to collect as many paise
A. 56 kg from each member of the group as is the number of
B. 48 kg members in the group. If the total collection amounts
C. 36 kg to ` 22.09, the number of members in the group is
D. 27 kg A. 37
B. 47
41. The probability of getting an even number on spinning
C. 39
1 4
the wheel is and that of a prime number is . D. 49
2 6

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Achievers section

46. Select the INCORRECT match. 49. Study the bar graph given below.
Shape Faces Vertices Edges Preferences of People in Playing Different Games
Over the Years.
A. 7 10 15
Cricket Football Tennis
400
B. 10 16 24 350
300

People (in Millions)


C. 7 7 14 250
200
150
D. 5 5 8
100
50
47. In the figure below, ABCD is a rectangle, PQRS is
a parallelogram and TUVR is a rhombus. DQM is a 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
straight line. Then find (i) ∠QPS, (ii) ∠PQD and Years
(iii) ∠MQN. What is the ratio of the number of people preferring
to play Cricket to the number of people preferring
to play Tennis in the year 2003?
A. 14 : 15
B. 15 : 13
C. 15 : 17
D. 13 : 15
(i) (ii) (iii)
A. 45° 98° 105° 50. Arrange the following steps in correct order in
B. 36° 42° 121° constructing a square whose one diagonal is 5 cm.
C. 75° 46° 121°
Step 1 : Let PQ cut AC at O.
D. 70° 43° 105°
Step 2 : Draw a diagonal AC = 5 cm.
48. Suppose for the principal P, rate R% and time T years
Step 3 : Join AB, BC, CD and DA. Then ABCD is the
the simple interest is S and compound interest is C.
Consider the possibilities : required square.
(i) C > S Step 4 : Draw PQ the perpendicular bisector of AC.
(ii) C = S Step 5 : With O as centre and OA radius draw a circle.
(iii) C < S Let this circle cut QP at points B and D.
Which of the following options hold?
A. 2, 1, 4, 5, 3
A. Only (i) is correct.
B. Either (i) or (ii) is correct. B. 2, 5, 4, 1, 3
C. Either (ii) or (iii) is correct. C. 2, 4, 5, 1, 3
D. Only (iii) is correct. D. 2, 4, 1, 5, 3

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

9th IMO | Class-8 | Set-A | Level 1 | 7


Class 8

Set B

Year 2015
logical reasoning

1. How many such numbers are there in the given (iv) Neither Shastri nor Sehwag were technically
arrangement, each of which is immediately preceded by sound.
a consonant and immediately followed by a vowel? (v) The batsman who is perfectionist is famous for
M%R4AT#J@7D5©IFN1E$36WU his flick.
2H8*K9BQ (vi) Sehwag is famous for square cuts.
(vii) Dravid has an offensive style.
A. None
Which of the following matches correctly a batsman
B. One
C. Two with his famous shot and his batting style?
D. Three A. Dravid - cover drive - technically sound
B. Tendulkar - straight drive - stylish
2. If ‘*’ means ‘×’, ‘$’ means ‘+’, ‘#’ means ‘÷’ C. Shastri - flick - perfectionist
and ‘©’ means ‘–’, then what is the value of D. Sehwag - cover drive - perfectionist
360 # 24 $ 56 * 5 © 48 ?
6. Pointing to a man in a photograph, a woman says,
A. 253
“He is the only son of the only daughter-in-law of
B. 242
my only son’s father.” How is the man related to the
C. 247
woman?
D. 285
A. Son
3. If all the digits are arranged in ascending order from B. Father
left to right, while the other elements in the arrangement C. Son-in-law
remain unchanged, which of the following will be D. Grandson
fourteenth from the left end?
7. In the given figure, the triangle represents the students
AECB%7D$EB5C?3DE9@2#
who passed in Physics, the rectangle represents the
A. 2 students who passed in Chemistry and the circle
B. 5 represents the students who passed in Mathematics
C. 3 in a class.
D. 7

4. If the animals which can walk are called swimmers,


animals who crawl are called flyers, those living in 12 10
8
water are called snakes and those which fly in the
3 11
sky are called hunters, then what will a lizard be 4
called? 5
A. Swimmers
How many students passed in Mathematics only?
B. Snakes
C. Flyers A. 3
D. Hunters B. 5
C. 4
5. Sunil Gavaskar was once asked to compare the battings D. 11
of Sachin Tendulkar, Ravi Shastri, Rahul Dravid and
Virender Sehwag. Gavaskar compared them and noted 8. Find the missing number, if a certain rule is followed
that row-wise or column-wise.
(i) each of the four players has a particular style of 5 6 7
play: offensive, technically sound, stylish and
3 4 5
perfectionist.
(ii) each of these players was famous for a particular 9 10 11
shot: flick, cover drive, straight drive, square 345 456 ?
cut. A. 585
The final tally made by Gavaskar was lost. But he B. 587
remembers that C. 755
(iii) Tendulkar was most famous for straight drive. D. 775

2 | 9th IMO | Class-8 | Set-B | Level 1


9. Which of the following shows the correct net of the A.
solid shown below? B.
C.
D.
A. 13. Select the odd one out.

A.
B.

B.
C.

C.

D.
D.
10. Select a figure from the options which when placed
in the blank space of Fig. (X) would complete the
14. Which of the following options satisfies the same
pattern.
condition of placement of dots as in Fig. (X)?
A. 

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

D.
C.

11. In which of the following options Fig. (X) is exactly
embedded as one of its part? D.

A.  15. Select a figure from the options which will complete
Fig. (X) the series as established by the problem Figures.

B.

C.

A.

D.

B.
12. Select the correct mirror image of given combination,
if the mirror is placed along MN.
M C.

D.
N

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MATHEMATICAL REASONING

16. In the pentagon ABCDE, ∠ADE = 18°. If BC = CD, 21. In the given figure, the side of the square ABPQ is
find ∠EDC and ∠CDB respectively. 10 cm. EF = 2.5 cm, C and D are halfway between
E D the top and bottom sides of the figure. What is the
area of the shaded portion?
C Q E F P

A
B
D C

10 cm
A. 153°, 45°
B. 156°, 48°
C. 48°, 156°
D. 45°, 153° A B
A. 41.82 cm2
0.1  2
17. Solve : x − 5  0.2 x −  = 3 x B. 43.75 cm2
2  25  C. 46.70 cm2
A. 1/35 D. None of these
B. 4/79 22. Which of the following steps is INCORRECT
C. 2/35 while constructing a quadrilateral ABCD in which
D. 8/79 AB = 4.6 cm, BC = 5.3 cm, ∠A = 60°, ∠B = 100°
and ∠C = 120°.
18. Which of the following is CORRECT? Steps of construction :
A. Addition is commutative for rational numbers. Step I : Draw AB = 4.6 cm.
B. Subtraction is commutative for rational Step II : Draw BC = 5.3 cm, making ∠BAC = 100°.
numbers. Step III : Draw CX making ∠BDC = 120°.
C. Multiplication is not commutative for rational Step IV : At A draw a line AD making ∠BAD = 60°
numbers. and meeting CX at D.
D. Division is commutative for rational numbers. Then ABCD is the required quadrilateral.
A. Only Step II
19. The figure below shows a solid.
B. Only Step III
C. Both Step I and Step II
D. Both Step II and Step III

23. Given that (3x – 1)(x + p) = 3x2 + qx – 2, find the


It has _____ rectangular faces, _____ triangular faces, value of p + q – pq.
A. 3
_____ vertices and _____ edges.
B. 4
A. 2, 3, 6, 9 C. –3
B. 2, 3, 9, 6 D. –5
C. 3, 2, 9, 6
D. 3, 2, 6, 9 24. Evaluate : 3
0.729 ÷ 0.0009 × (0.25)1/ 2 − 3 3.375
A. 135
20. A die is rolled once. Find the probability that the B. 1.35
number on the uppermost face will be C. 0.135
(a) 5 D. 13.5
(b) not 5 25. The ratio between the exterior angle and the interior
(a) (b) angle of a regular polygon is 1 : 4. Find the number
of sides of the polygon.
A. 5/6 1/6
B. 1/2 3/2 A. 10
B. 36
C. 1/6 5/6
C. 6
D. 3/4 1/4
D. 3

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26. The pie chart below shows the number of students 31. What is the least number which when divided by 5,
attending a poetry recital. If there were 105 6, 8, 9, 12 gives remainder 1 in each case and exactly
Primary 5 students, how many students attended the divisible by 13?
poetry recital in all?
A. 361
B. 721
Primary 3
18% C. 1801
Primary 6 D. 3601
Primary 4 40%
21%
32. Three numbers are in the ratio 2 : 3 : 4. The sum of
Primary 5 their cubes is 33957. The numbers are _____.
A. 14, 21, 28
A. 400 B. 12, 15, 17
B. 500
C. 14, 18, 21
C. 600
D. 21, 28, 32
D. 700
1 4 1
27. Find the sum of p, q, r and s. 33. If x − = 3, then find the value of x + 4 .
x x
A
A. 121
B 70° L
C K
p s B. 119
D J C. 117
q r D. 101
E F H I
34. Which of the following is FALSE?
G
A. A quadrilateral is a rectangle if its opposite sides
A. 90°
B. 110° are equal and its diagonals are equal.
C. 200° B. A quadrilateral is a square if its all sides are equal
D. 210° and the diagonals are equal.
C. A quadrilateral is a parallelogram but not a
28 16
12
6 × (35) × (15) rectangle, if its opposite sides are equal but the
28. Number of prime factors in 11
is
(14) 12
× ( 21) diagonals are not equal.
D. A quadrilateral is a rhombus but not a square if
A. 56 its all sides are equal and the diagonals are also
B. 66
equal.
C. 112
D. None of these 35. The figure below is made up of a triangle, a rhombus and
a parallelogram. BCF, ICE and HCD are straight lines. If
29. Find the area of square whose diagonals are of length
∠CIA = 128° and ∠FGH = 50°, then find ∠ECD.
12 cm.
A I H G
A. 82 cm2
B. 72 cm2
C. 136 cm2 C
D. 75 cm2 B F

30. Which of the following expression has (7p – q – 3r)


D E
as one of its factors?
A. 49p2 – q2 – 9r2 – 14pq A. 78°
B. p2 + 49q2 – 9r2 – 14pq B. 52°
C. 49p2 + q2 – 9r2 + 14pq C. 50°
D. 49p2 + q2 – 9r2 – 14pq D. 128°

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EVERYDAY MATHeMATICS

36. The perimeter of floor of a rectangular hall is 250 m. 4


If its height is 6 m, find the cost of painting its four A. 4 %
9
walls at the rate of ` 20 per m2 .
5
A. ` 95000 B. 5 %
7
B. ` 65000
C. ` 50000 C. 5%
D. ` 30000 D. 6%

37. Rita and Mita together can do a work in 4 days. Rita 42. 10 years ago, Simran's mother was four times older
alone takes 6 days to do the same work. In how many than Simran. After 10 years, the mother will be twice
days can Mita alone do the work? older than the daughter. The present age of Simran
A. 10 is
B. 8 A. 5 years
C. 14 B. 10 years
D. 12
C. 20 years
38. A school collected ` 2,02,500 as fees from students. D. 30 years
If each student paid as much money as there were
students, find the number of students in the school. 43. The ratio of the perimeter of a rectangular field to the
perimeter of a triangular field is 5 : 3. The breadth
A. 210
of the rectangular field is half its length and the sum
B. 320
C. 250 of the length and the breadth of the rectangular field
D. 450 is 75 cm. Find the perimeter of the triangular field.
A. 40 cm
39. Two-thirds of a consignment was sold at a profit
B. 60 cm
of 6% and the rest at a loss of 3%. If there was an
C. 90 cm
overall profit of ` 540, the value of the consignment
was _______. D. 110 cm
A. ` 15000 44. A man constructed a room. The area of four walls
B. ` 16000 of the room is 57.4 m2 . If the room is 5 m long and
C. ` 18000 3.2 m wide, find the volume of the room.
D. None of these
A. 74 m3
40. F i n d t h e s u m o f m o n e y i n v e s t e d , i f t h e B. 42 m3
difference between simple and compound interest C. 56 m3
(compounded annually) on the sum of money for D. 65 m3
2 years at 10% per annum is ` 65.
A. ` 6500 45. What is the greatest possible length of a scale that can
B. ` 6565 be used to measure exactly the rods of lengths 3 m,
C. ` 65065 5 m 10 cm and 12 m 90 cm?
D. ` 65650 A. 10 cm
41. One litre of water is evaporated from 6 litres of a B. 20 cm
solution containing 5% salt. The percentage of salt C. 25 cm
in the remaining solution is D. 30 cm

Achievers section

46. Study the following statements carefully. 1, then rational number is in standard form.
Statement I : The simplest form of A. Both Statement I and Statement II are true.
 −3 4   9 −10   1 3  23 B. Both Statement I and Statement II are false.
 ×  +  ×  −  ×  is 7 .
2 5 5 3 2 4 40 C. Statement I is true, Statement II is false.
Statement II : When denominator is positive integer D. Statement I is false, Statement II is true.
and H.C.F. of numerator and denominator is more than

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47. In the given figure (not drawn to scale), if ABCD is 49. Fill in the blanks.
a parallelogram, then find The diagonals of a rectangle are ___ P__ in length. A
(i) a + b square is a ___
Q__ with equal sides. Also, the diagonals
(ii) c + d of a square are ___R__ of each other.
(iii) a + b + c + d + e P Q R
A. Equal Rectangle Perpendicular bisector
B. Equal Trapezium Perpendicular bisector
C. Not equal Polygon Perpendicular bisector
D. Not equal Kite Perpendicular bisector

(i) (ii) (iii) 50. Study the bar graph and answer the following
A. 100° 120° 280° questions.
Y School Club Membership
B. 120° 180° 270°
60
C. 100° 100° 280°
D. 150° 130° 270° 50

Number of students
40
48. Match the Columns.
30
Column-I Column-II
(i) If 234 ÷ 16 = 2k, then k = (p) 32 20

 −8  −1  16  −1   5  −1 10
(ii)   ÷    ÷  −  = (q) 9
 13  5  2 0 X

Maths
club
Music
club

Debating
club

Literary
club
Drama
club
4 2
25 × (a ) 1
(iii) If 3 5 5
= , (r) 30
(5a) × a × (2) 5n Different school clubs
then n = (a) How many students are interested in music and
−6 −6 −6 drama clubs altogether?
(iv) If  2  ×  14   4
=  , (s) 13
 7  9  m (b) How many more students are there in the literary
then m = club as compared to the debating club?
(a) (b)
A. (i) → (r), (ii) → (s), (iii) → (p), (iv) → (q)
A. 80 20
B. (i) → (r), (ii) → (q), (iii) → (s), (iv) → (p)
B. 80 10
C. (i) → (q), (ii) → (p), (iii) → (s), (iv) → (r)
C. 90 30
D. (i) → (s), (ii) → (r), (iii) → (p), (iv) → (q)
D. 80 30

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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Class 8

Set A

Year 2016
logical reasoning

1. Following question is based on five words given 4. Study the following information carefully and answer
below: the questions given below.
RAG FIN PUT LOW SUE (i) A, B, C, D, E, F and G are playing cards sitting
(The new words formed after performing the mentioned around a circular table.
operations may or may not necessarily be meaningful (ii) D is not the neighbour of C and E.
English words.)
(iii) A is the neighbour of B and C.
If in each of the given words, consonants are changed
(iv) G, who is second to the left of D, is the neighbour
to previous letter and vowels are changed to next letter
of E and F.
in the English alphabetical series, then in how many
words thus formed will no vowels appear? What is the position of ‘C’?
A. None A. To the immediate left of A.
B. One B. To the immediate right of E.
C. Two C. Third to the right of F.
D. Three D. Second to the right of B.

2. In a row of children, Trishika is fifteenth from the 5. Pointing to a photograph Monika said, “He is the
left end of the row. If she is shifted towards the right brother of the son of my grandfather’s only child.”
end of the row by four places, she becomes eighth How is the man related to Monika?
from the right end. How many children are there in
A. Brother
the row?
B. Cousin
A. 27 C. Nephew
B. 26
D. Can’t be determined
C. 28
D. 24 6. Which of the following Venn diagrams best illustrates
the relationship amongst, “Sun, Moon and Stars”?
3. Two rows of number are given. The resultant number
in each row is to be worked out separately based on
the following rules and the question below the rows
of numbers is to be answered. The operations of A. B.
numbers progress from left to right.
Rules :
(i) If a two-digit even number is followed by another
even number, the first one is to be divided by the C. D.
second one.
(ii) If an even number is followed by a prime number,
the two are to be multiplied. 7. Find out the missing number, if same rule is followed
(iii) If an odd number is followed by another odd in all the three figures.
number, the two are to be added.
(iv) If a three-digit number is followed by a two-digit 9 12 15
4 58 8 11 46 10 9 ? 8
number which is a perfect square, the second 10 13 10
number is to be subtracted from the first number.
(v) If a three-digit number is followed by a two-digit A. 117
number which is not a perfect square, the first B. 100
number is to be divided by the second number. C. 78
84 14 13 D. 63
360 24 17
What is the difference between the resultants of the 8. Two positions of a dice are shown here. When 4 is
first row and the second row? at the bottom, which number will be on the top?
A. 100 A. 1
1 1
B. 46 B. 2
2 6
C. 56 C. 5 3 5
D. 90 D. 6

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9. Three figures (X), (Y) and (Z) shows a sequence of
folding of a sheet of paper. Fig. (Z) shows the manner
A. B.
in which the folded paper has been cut. Select a figure
from the options which represents the unfolded form
of Fig. (Z).

C. D.

(X) (Y) (Z)


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

C. D.
: :: : ?
1 2 3 4
10. Select a figure from the options which will continue the
same series as established by the Problem Figures. A. B.
Problem Figures

C. D.

A. B. 14. Select a figure from the options which will complete


the given figure matrix.

C. D.

11. Select a figure from the options in which Fig. (X) is ++ + + + +


+
exactly embedded as one of its part. + +

?
Fig. (X)

A. B. A. B.

C. D. C. D.

12. Select a figure from the options which satisfies


a+b 2a + b
the same conditions of placement of the dots as in 15. If a ⊗ b =  and a b= , then what is
Fig. (X). 2 3
the value of (4 ⊗ 6) (12 ⊗ 4)?
A. 4
B. 6
C. 8
Fig. (X) D. 10

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MATHEMATICAL REASONING

16. Which of the following statements is always true? 20. Using Euler’s formula, find the value of P, Q and R.
x− y Faces 8 5 Q
A. is a rational number between x and y.
2
Vertices P 6 13
x+ y
B. is a rational number between x and y. Edges 12 R 30
2
P Q R
x× y
C. is a rational number between x and y. A. 6 19 9
2 B. 6 18 10
x÷ y C. 7 20 9
D. is a rational number between x and y. D. 9 6 20
2
21. In the given figure, DO and CO are the bisectors of
17. Which of the following equations having x = 12, as
∠ADC and ∠BCD respectively. If ∠ADC = ∠BCD = 60°,
its solution?
and ∠DAB = 100°, find the measures of ∠DOC and
x x ∠ABC respectively.
A. − =8
3 2
D
x x C
B. − = 16
3 4
x x x 100° O
C. + − =7 A B
2 3 4
2 x 8 0.25 A. 160°, 40°
D. = −
3 12 3 B. 110°, 140°
C. 120°, 140°
Direction (18-19) : In the given pie-chart, the percentage D. 140°, 120°
of students studying in 6 different schools A, B, C, D, E
22. The volume of two cubes is in the ratio 1 : 64. If the
and F has been shown.
volume of the larger cube is 504 cm3 more than that
of the smaller cube, then
(a) What is the volume of the smaller cube?
(b) What is the length of each side of the larger
cube?
(a) (b)
3
A. 8 cm 8 cm
3
B. 8 cm 7 cm
3
C. 7 cm 8 cm
Total number of students = 75000
D. 7 cm 8 cm3
18. What is the average number of students studying in 23. What must be subtracted from x 4 + 2x2 – 3x + 7 to
schools B, D and E? get x3 + x2 + x – 1?
A. 11200 A. x4 – x3 + x2 – 4x + 8
B. 10600 B. x3 + x2 – 4x + 8
C. 10000 C. x4 – x3 + x2 + 4x – 8
D. 10500 D. x4 – x3 – x2 + 4x – 8

19. Ratio between the number of students studying in 24. Six more than four times a number is four less than
schools C and E is . five times the same number. Find the number.
A. 7 : 3 A. 7
B. 5 : 3 B. 8
C. 3 : 5 C. 10
D. 2 : 1 D. 9

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25. Match the following: A. n – 1
B. n – 2
(1) Rectangle (p) A quadrilateral having its C. n – 3
opposite sides equal and D. n – 4
parallel.
30. To construct a unique parallelogram, the minimum
(2) Square (q) A parallelogram having number of measurements required is .
its opposite sides equal
A. 2
and each of the angle is a
B. 3
right angle.
C. 4
(3) Parallelogram (r) A parallelogram having D. 5
all sides equal and each
of the angle is a right 31. Mohit invests a sum of ` 41,250 at the rate of 6% per
angle. annum. What approximate compound interest will he
obtain at the end of 3 years?
(4) Rhombus (s) A quadrilateral in which A. ` 8,100
a pair of opposite sides B. ` 7,425
are parallel. C. ` 8,210
(5) Trapezium (t) A parallelogram having D. ` 7,879
all the sides equal. 19
32. If x 2 + y 2 = 47 and xy = ,then the value of
2
A. (1) → (t), (2) → (s), (3) → (r), (4) → (p), (5) → (q) 2(x + y)2 + (x – y)2 is .
B. (1) → (p), (2) → (q), (3) → (r), (4) → (s), (5) → (t) A. 160
C. (1) → (r), (2) → (q), (3) → (t), (4) → (p), (5) → (s) B. 270
D. (1) → (q), (2) → (r), (3) → (p), (4) → (t), (5) → (s) C. 226
D. 86
 1   1
26. If 3 3 3
x − 3  = 2, then the value of  x −  is
 x   x 3 (−5) −19
33. The numerical expression + = shows that
8 7 56
728
A. A. Rational numbers are closed under addition.
9
B. Rational numbers are not closed under addition.
520
B. C. Rational numbers are closed under multiplication.
27 D. Addition of rational numbers is not commutative.
728
C. 34. If one member of a pythagorean triplet is 2m, then
27
the other two members are .
328
D. A. m, m2 + 1
15 B. m2 + 1, m2 – 1
27. If 5x –1 + 5x + 5x + 1 = 775, then the value of x, where C. m2 , m2 – 1
x is a positive integer is . D. m2 , m + 1
A. 1 35. Sam cut out 6 identical circles from a rectangular
B. 3 22
C. 2 piece of paper. Find the shaded area.  Take π = 
 7 
D. 4

28. What is the approximate value of (15.01)2 × 730 ?


14 cm
A. 6125
B. 6225
C. 6200 21 cm
D. 6100
A. 62 cm2
29. How many non-overlapping triangles can we make B. 294 cm2
in a n-gon (polygon having n sides), by joining the C. 63 cm2
vertices? D. 98 cm2

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EVERYDAY MATHeMATICS

39 3 41. A man sells a book at a profit of 20%. If he had


36. Mini buys kg ghee at the rate ` 166 per kg, kg
20 5 bought it at 20% less and sold it for ` 18 less, he
9 would have gained 25%. The cost price of the book
butter at the rate of ` 90 per kg and kg peas at
5 is .
the rate of ` 75 per kg. If she gives a ` 1000 note
A. ` 80
to the shopkeeper, how much change should she get
B ` 70
back?
C. ` 60
A. ` 487.30
D. ` 90
B. ` 512.70
C. ` 524.70 42. Amar wrote exams in four subjects - Physics, Chemistry,
D. ` 647.40 Biology and Social Studies. The ratio of marks he got
in these exams was 2 : 3 : 4 : 5. He got an aggregate
37. 4096 soldiers are arranged in an auditorium in such
a manner that there are as many soldiers in a row as of 70% in these exams. Each exam had the same
there are rows in the auditorium. How many rows maximum marks. In how many of these exams did
are there in the auditorium? he get more than 50%?
A. 94 A. 1
B. 58 B. 2
C. 44 C. 3
D. 64 D. 4

38. A person has to completely put each of the three 43. A swimming pool is 24 m long and 15 m broad, when
liquids i.e. 403 litres of petrol, 465 litres of diesel a number of men dive into the pool, the height of the
and 496 litres of mobil oil in bottles of equal size water rises by 1 cm. If the average amount of water
without mixing any of the three types of liquids such displaced by one of the men be 0.1 cu. m, how many
that each bottle is completely filled. What is the least men are there in the pool?
possible number of bottles required ?
A. 42
A. 44
B. 46
B. 34
C 32
C. 31
D. 36
D. 43
44. Present ages of Trishika and Sanchi are in the ratio
39. Sonika spent ` 45760 on the in­terior decoration for
her home, ` 27896 on buying air conditioner and the of 5 : 4 respectively. Three years hence, the ratio of
remaining 28% of the total amount she had as cash their ages will become 11 : 9 respectively. What is
with her. What was the total amount? Sanchi’s present age?
A. ` 98540 A. 24 years
B. ` 102300 B. 27 years
C. ` 134560 C. 40 years
D. Cannot be determined D. 30 years

40. The compound interest earned by Suresh on a certain 45. Two pipes A and B can fill a tank in 36 hours and
amount at the end of two years at the rate of 8% per 45 hours respectively. If both the pipes are opened
annum was ` 1414.40. What was the total amount simultaneously, how much time will be taken to fill
that Suresh got back at the end of two years in the the tank?
form of principal plus interest earned?
A. 20 hours
A. ` 9414.40
B. 18 hours
B. ` 9914.40
C. ` 9014.40 C. 25 hours
D. ` 8914.40 D. 19 hours

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Achievers section

46. State 'T' for true and 'F' for false. 49. Match the following:
(i) y + 9 is a linear equation in one variable.
2
Column-I Column-II
(ii) The terms linear equation and linear expression (P) A cylindrical roller is of length (i) 17600
are same. 2 m and diameter 84 cm.
(iii) If x is an even number, then the next odd number The number of revolutions it
is (2x + 1). has to make to cover an area of
(iv) If both sides of an equation is to be divided by the 7920 m2 is
same (non-zero) number, then there is a change in (Q) The circumference of the base of (ii) 1500
equality. a right circular cylinder is 176 cm.
2x + 1 3 If the height of the cylinder is
(v) 1 is the solution of = 1 m, the lateral surface area
3x + 5 8
(in sq. cm) of the cylinder is
(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v)
(R) The dimensions of a cuboid are (iii) 9
A. T F T F T in the ratio 5 : 2 : 1. Its volume
B. T T T T T is 1250 cubic metres. Its total
surface area (in sq. m) is
C. F F F F T (S) If the total surface area of a (iv) 850
D. F T F F F cubical tank is 486 sq. m, the
length (in m) of one side is
47. Which of the following statements is/are true? P Q R S
Statement 1 : The value of a car depreciates at the A. (ii) (i) (iv) (iii)
rate of 10% per year. A car which was bought three B. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
years back is now worth ` 473850. Its original price
C. (iii) (iv) (i) (ii)
was ` 650000.
D. (iv) (iii) (ii) (i)
Statement 2 : In fixed deposit, a bank gives 10%
interest compounded annually for senior citizens. 50. Which of the following is correct with respect to the
In 6 years it will take for a sum of money to be given solids?
double.
I II
A. Only Statement 1
B. Only Statement 2
C. Both Statement 1 and Statement 2
D. Neither Statement 1 nor Statement 2 Top view Front view Side view

48. If seven slips of paper are labelled as 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, A. (I) (I) (II)


7, 8 and one is drawn out of it, then
(i) What is the probability that it is a 3?
(ii) What is the probability that it is greater than 5? B. (I) (I)
(II)
(iii) What is the probability that it is an even
number?
(i) (ii) (iii)
C. (II) (I) (II)
A. 1/7 3/7 4/7
B. 1/7 4/7 3/7
C. 1/7 2/7 5/7 D. (I) (II) (II)
D. 1/7 5/7 2/7

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

10th IMO | Class-8 | Set-A | Level 1 | 7


Class 8

Set B

Year 2016
logical reasoning

1. In a certain code language the word PATIENCE is In which direction is the Management Institute from
written as TPNIEECA. How will the word SPACIOUS the crossing?
be written in that language? A. East
A. ASOCSUIP B. West
B. USSPOICA C. South
C. USPSOICA D. North
D. ACOSSUIP
6. Select a figure from the options which will continue the
2. Seven boys are standing in a circle facing to the centre. series as established by the five Problem Figures.
B is standing to the right of A after two boys. C is Problem Figures
standing left side of B after four boys. C is in between =
Z S C U
D and F. B is standing beside F. G is standing to the
immediate right of E. E is standing to the immediate
S = C
right of A.
Who is standing to the immediate left of B? C
A. A A. B.
B. G U U
C. F
D. E ×
C. D.
3. How many semicircles are there in the given figure? U U

7. 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
options which will replace the (?) in figure (4).

?
(1) (2) (3) (4)
A. 8
B. 12
C. 16 A. B.
D. 20

4. Select a figure from the options which shows the


correct water-image of Fig. (X). C. D.

8. Select a figure from the options which is exactly


embedded in Fig. (X) as one of its part.

A. B.

Fig. (X)
C. D.

A. B.
5. Ajay wants to go to the Management Institute. He
starts from home, which is in the East of a crossing.
He walks towards the crossing. The road to the left
ends in a school, straight ahead is a community hall. C. D.
The road to the right leads to the Management Institute.

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9. Select a figure from the options which completes the (iii) If an even number is followed by a number which
figure matrix. is a perfect square, the even number is to be
subtracted from the perfect square.
(iv) If an odd number is followed by an even number,
the second one is to be subtracted from the first
one.
(v) If an odd number is followed by a prime odd
number, the first number is to be divided by the
second number.
? 27 18 3
21 x 9
If x is the resultant of the first row, what will be the
A. B. resultant of the second row?
A. 63
B. 36
C. 3
C. D. D. 16

13. If the first and the third digits of each number are
10. If it is possible to make only one meaningful word interchanged and one is added to the second digit
with the second, the seventh, the tenth and the eleventh of each number, then which of the following pair
letters of the word TRADITIONAL, what will be of numbers will have highest total number of their
the second letter of the word? If no such word can numerical value?
be formed, give 'X' as the answer. If only two such 382  473  568  728  847  629
words can be formed give 'Y' as the answer and if A. 847 and 629
more than two such words can be formed give 'Z' as B. 568 and 728
the answer. C. 728 and 847
A. L D. 568 and 847
B. Y
C. X 14. Select a Venn diagram from the options which best
D. Z illustrates the relationship amongst “Metal, Copper,
Wood”.
11. Study the given arrangement carefully.
•@BDS3WA*V69QJ%H8UN12T4 A.
#75$K
What should come in the place of the question
mark (?) in the following series based on the given
arrangement? B.

* 6 Q 9 J H % 8 N U 1 T ?
A. N
B. 4 C.
C. #
D. 2

12. Two rows of numbers are given. The resultant number D.


in each row is to be worked out separately based on
the following rules and the question below the rows of
numbers is to be answered. The operation on numbers 15. Among P, Q, R, S and T, each having a different
progresses from left to right. weight, R is heavier than only P. S is lighter than Q and
Rules: heavier than T. Who among them is the heaviest?
(i) If an odd number is followed by another composite A. Q
odd number, they are to be multiplied. B. P
(ii) If an even number is followed by an odd number, C. S
they are to be added. D. Data inadequate

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MATHEMATICAL REASONING

16. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? 20. The figure shows a rectangular block of wood which
A. For every rational number x, y and z, x + (y × z) 2
is m long. It has a square base of area 9 cm2 .
= (x + y) × (x + z) 5
B. 0 is a rational number. (a) What is the greatest number of 2 cm cubes that
57 can be cut from it?
C. The rational number lies to the left of zero (b) What is the volume of the block of wood left?
23
on the number line.
D. Subtraction of rational numbers is commutative.

17. In the given figure, P is a


point in the interior of ∠AOB. A
PM ^ OB and PN ^ OA. If
∠NOM = 60°, what is the N
measure of ∠NPM? P
9 cm2
A. 30°
B. 120° O B (a)   (b)
M
C. 60° A. 20 200 cm3
D. 150° B. 140 200 cm3
C. 154 100 cm3
18. The given figure shows 3 different views of a three- D. 159 200 cm3
dimensional figure constructed from cubes. Which
21. An amount becomes 6 times in 7 years when invested
could be the correct option ?
under S.I. at a certain rate. In how many years will
the amount become 16 times of the original amount
at the same rate?
A. 28 years
B. 20 years
C. 21 years
D. 30 years

(3 )
5
22. Find the value of 0.000064 .
A. 0.0032
A. B. B. 0.00032
C. 0.32
D. None of these

23. What is the value of x in the given equation?


(3 x + 1) (2 x − 3) ( x + 3) (3 x − 1)
+ = +
16 7 8 14
A. 2 B. 4
C. 3 D. 5
C. D.
24. Which of the following is the greatest?
A. 7+ 3
B. 6+2
C. 5+ 5
19. Which of the following is a linear equation in one
D. 2+ 8
variable?
A. (2x – 2)2 = 4x2 + 4x – 4 25. To construct a unique rectangle, the minimum number
B. (3x – 4)2 = 3x – 3x2 + 3 of measurements required is
C. x2 = 2x – 2 A. 4 B. 3
D. All of these C. 2 D. 1

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Direction (26-27) : Answer the questions on the basis of 31. The approximate value of
the information given below: 6.385 × 6.385 − 5.385 × 5.385
is
(Number of players participating in three 6.385 × 6.385 + 2 × 6.385 × 5.385 + 5.385 × 5.385
different games in five different schools) A. 3
B. 2
90
C. 0.085
80
D. 0
70
Number of Players

60 32. Given below are the steps of construction to


50
construct a quadrilateral ABCD where AB = 5.6 cm,
40
BC = 4.1 cm, CD = 4.4 cm, AD = 3.3 cm and
30
∠A = 75°. Which of the following is INCORRECT
20
step?
10
0 Step-I : Draw AB = 5.6 cm and construct ∠BAX = 75°.
School-1 School-2 School-3 School-4 School-5 Step-II : With A as centre and radius = 3.3 cm, cut
Hockey Basketball Tennis off AD = 3.3 cm along AX.
Step-III : Join BD. With D as centre and radius
26. In which school is the number of players participating = 4.1 cm, draw an arc.
in Hockey and Basketball together second
Step-IV : With B as centre and radius = 4.1 cm, draw
highest? an arc to cut the arc drawn in above step at C. Join
A. School-1 BC, CD to obtain the required quadrilateral ABCD.
B. School-2 A. Step-I
C. School-3 B. Step-II
D. School-4 C. Step-III
D. Step-IV
27. What is the total number of players participating
in Tennis from all the five schools together? 33. Which of the following expressions shows that rational
A. 324 numbers are associative under multiplication?
B 288 2  −6 3   2 −6  3
A. × × =  × ×
C. 342 3  7 5 3 7  5
D. 250 2  −6 3  2  −3 −6 
B. × ×  = × × 
28. Find x : 2 0.2
× 64 × 8 1.3
×4 0.2
= (8) x 3  7 5 3  5 7 
A. 2.7 2  −6 3   3 −2  −6
C. × ×  =  × ×
B. 2.5 3  7 5 5 3  7
C. 3.7
 2 −6  3  −6 2  −3
D. 3.5 D.  ×  × =  ×  ×
3 7 5 7 3 5
29. In the figure, ABCD is a square of sides 30 cm.
34. A hat contains 5 red balls and 7 green balls. If a ball
Find the area of the shaded region if the radius is drawn at random, then what is the probability that
of the circle is 18 cm. (Take p = 3.14) it is a red ball?
A. 112.36 cm2 A B A. 5/22
B. 117.36 cm 2 B. 5/12
C. 7/12
C. 119.36 cm2
D C D. 3/12
D. 121.26 cm2
35. The two adjacent sides of a rectangle are 5x2 – 3y 2
30. If 35% of a number is 12 less than 50% of that and x2 + 2xy. Find the perimeter.
number, then the number is _____.
A. 12x2 + 5xy + 9y2
A. 40
B. 12x2 – 6y2 + 4xy
B. 50
C. 60 C. 7x2 – 3y2 + 4xy
D. 80 D. 8x2 – 8y2 + 3xy

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EVERYDAY MATHeMATICS

36. A man had ` 4800 in his locker two years ago. 41. A house is purchased by Mohit, Arun and Armaan.
In the first year, he deposited 20% of the amount 23
Arun contributes of Mohit's contribution while,
in his locker. In the second year, he deposited 60
25% of the new amount in his locker. Find the amount 1
Armaan contributes of Mohit's contribution. If
at present in his locker. 3
Mohit's contribution is ` 1500000, then find the
A. ` 5200 contribution of Armaan and Arun.
B. ` 6800
A. ` 5,00,000, ` 5,75,000
C. ` 7200
B. ` 5,00,000, ` 6,75,000
D. ` 8000
C. ` 6,00,000, ` 5,00,000
37. In a garden there are as many trees in a row as there D. ` 6,25,000, ` 5,25,000
are number of rows in the garden. If there are 576 tress
in the garden, find the number of trees in a row. 42. Sudharshan invested ` 15,000 at the rate of 10% per
annum compounded half yearly. What amount will
A. 22 Sudharshan get at the end of the year?
B. 24
A. ` 16,537.50
C. 34
B. ` 16,500
D. 36
C. ` 16,525.50
38. Sam, Trishu and Sanchi begin to jog around a D. ` 18,150
circular stadium. They complete their revolutions in
42 seconds, 56 seconds and 63 seconds respectively. 43. The monthly income of Komal and Asha are in the
After how many seconds will they be together at the ratio of 4 : 3. Their monthly expenses are in the ratio
starting point? of 3 : 2. However both saves ` 600 per month. What
is their total monthly income?
A. 366
A. ` 8400
B. 252
B. ` 5600
C. 504
C. ` 4200
D. Can’t be determined
D. ` 2800
39. Raju purchased an item for ` 4,500 and sold it at a
gain of 15%. From that amount he purchased another 44. P’s age is twice of Q, Q’s age is twice of R and R’s
item and sold it at a loss of 10%. What is his overall age is twice of S. If the average of the ages of P, Q,
gain/loss? R and S is 15 years, then what is the sum of present
ages of Q and S ?
A. Gain of ` 152.50
B. Gain of ` 157.50 A. 4 years

C. Loss of ` 165 B. 20 years

D. Neither gain nor loss C. 16 years


D. 32 years
40. A rectangular garden 200 m long and 150 m wide has
a path all around it, on the inner side, having a width 45. The outer dimensions of a closed box are 10 cm by
of 3 m. In the centre of this plot, there is a circular 8 cm by 7 cm. Thickness of the wood is 1 cm.
pond of radius 7 m. What area of the land is left for Find the total cost of wood required to make box,
the lawn and the flower beds? if 1 cm3 of wood costs ` 2.00.

A. 27,936 sq. m A. ` 320


B. 27,782 sq. m B. ` 1240
C. 27,682 sq. m C. ` 640
D. 28,582 sq. m D. ` 240

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Achievers section

46. Match the following: Find the probability of getting


Column-I Column-II (a) an odd number.
(i) Sanchi is now 12 years old and P. 50 (b) a Y card.
Sam is two years old. In how (a) (b)
many years will Sanchi be three A. 1/2 3/10
times as old as Sam? B. 3/10 1/4
(ii) Two trains started at the same Q. 43 C. 3/10 1/2
time from two towns 750 kms D. 1/4 3/10
apart and travelled towards each
other. The slower train travelled at 49. Find P + Q – R.
an average speed of 60 km/hour (i) If a rectangle of length 44 cm is rolled along its
and the faster one at 90 km/hour. length to form a cylinder, the radius of cylinder
After how many hours will they
is P cm.
pass each other?
(iii) A truck travelling at a speed of R. 5 (ii) The cost of plastering the walls of a cuboidal room
40 km/hour left Delhi. An hour of dimensions 12 m × 10 m × 4 m at the rate of
later, a car leaves Delhi and catches ` 25 per sq. m is ` Q .
up with the truck after four hours. (iii) The volume of a cuboid of dimensions
What was the average speed 14 m × 7 m × 12 m is R m3.
(in km/hr) of the car?
A. 11776
(iv) The sum of the digits of a 2-digit S. 3
B. 7362
number is 7. If the digits are
C. 16162
reversed, the number formed is
D. 3231
9 less than the original number.
Find the number. 50. Look at the given data.
A. (i) → Q; (ii) → P; (iii) → S; (iv) → R 22, 10, 29, 22, 32, 5, 37, 14, 12, 23, 42, 15, 38,
B. (i) → R; (ii) → Q; (iii) → P; (iv) → S 26, 32, 18, 26, 28, 19, 27, 35, 31, 24, 37, 19, 20.
C. (i) → S; (ii) → R; (iii) → P; (iv) → Q
The frequency distribution is given below :
D. (i) → R; (ii) → S; (iii) → P; (iv) → Q
P
47. Which of the following statements is true? Groups Tally marks Frequency
Statement 1 : Gagan bought a plot of land for
0 - 10 I 1
` 2,35,000. If he built a boundary wall around the
10 - 20 IIII II 7
plot and levelled the land and sold it for ` 35,00,000
thus making a profit of 40% on his investment, then 20 - 30 IIII IIII 9
he spend ` 22,65,000 on the boundary wall and 30 - 40 IIII III 8
levelling the land. 40 - 50 I 1
Statement 2 : In a festive season, a retailer sells
Q
readymade clothes at a discount of 20% and still
gains 20% of cost price. If the marked price for a Groups Tally Marks Frequency
pair of jeans is ` 4200, then the retailer's cost price 0 - 10 I 1
is ` 4000. 10 - 20 IIII II 7
A. Only Statement 1 20 - 30 IIII IIII 10
B. Only Statement 2 30 - 40 7
IIII II
C. Both Statement 1 and Statement 2
D. Neither Statement 1 nor Statement 2 40 - 50 0

48. Sonia picks up a card from the given cards. Which of the following tables is the frequency table
of the given data?
R Y Y R B
1 2 3 4 5 A. Only P
B. Only Q
B G Y R G C. Neither P nor Q
6 7 8 9 10 D. None of these

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Class 8

Set A

Year 2017
A. RDBKEFEV
B. KBDRCDCT C. D.
C. KBDREFEV
D. MDFTCDCT

8. Choose the box that is similar to the box formed from 12. Select a figure from the options which will replace
the given Sheet (X) of paper. the (?) to complete the pattern in Fig. (X).

Sheet (X) Fig. (X)

(1) (2) A. B.
$
(3) (4)
C. D.
A. (1) only
B. (2) and (3) only
C. (1), (2) and (4) only 13. Which of the following Venn diagrams best illustrates
D. (1), (2), (3) and (4) the relationship amongst, "Flute, Musical instruments,
9. Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting Violin"?
around a circle facing the centre. E is third to the
left of G, who is on the immediate right of B, who A. B.
is third to the left of A. H is second to the right of
F, who is not an immediate neighbour of E. D is not
an immediate neighbour of B.
C. D.
Which of the following pairs has the first person on
the immediate left of the second person?
A. GB 14. Find the missing number, if a certain rule is followed
B. AF either row-wise or column-wise.
C. CE
D. HD

10. Pointing to a person, Puneet said, "His only brother


is the father of my daughter's father". How is the
person related to Puneet ?
A. Brother A. 80
B. Father B. 78
C. Uncle C. 70
D. Father-in-law
D. 68
11. There is a certain relationship between figures (1) and
15. Select the correct mirror image from the options
(2). Establish the same relationship between figures
for the given combination of letters and numbers, if
(3) and (4) by selecting a suitable figure from the
mirror is placed along MN.
options which will replace (?) in figure (4).

V2ERSB3AL

   (1)   (2) (3) (4) V2ERSB3AL


A.
B.
A. B. C.
D. LA3BSRE2V

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MATHEMATICAL REASONING

16. If the vertices and faces of a solid are 34 and 18 20. One card is drawn from a well-shuffled deck of 52
respectively, then find the number of edges of the cards. Find the probability that the number on the card
solid. drawn is a multiple of 5.
A. 48 4
A.
B. 50 52
C. 52
4
D. 46 B.
13
17. The expenditure incurred on various things during 7

C.
the construction of a house are given below. 52
Items Expenditure 2
D.
(` in thousands) 13
Bricks 180
21. What is the least number which should be subtracted
Cement 80
Timber 90 from 0.000326 to make it a perfect square ?
Steel 55 A. 0.000002
Wood 45 B. 0.000004
Total 450 C. 0.02
Which of the following pie charts exhibits the given D. 0.04
information?
22. Which of the following statements is INCORRECT?
38° 54°
90°
A. If a and b are consecutive rational numbers
52°
A. 194° B.
36°
a+b
40 ° 52° where a < b, then < b.
° 128° 2
36
x+ y
B. is a rational number which lies between x
36°
45° 2
44° 45° 90° and y.
C. 144° D.
72° 36° C. Rational numbers are associative under
64° 144° subtraction.
5 −1
D. The rational numbers and are lying on the
18. In the given figure, line RT is drawn parallel to SQ. 3 3
If ∠QPS = 100°, ∠PQS = 40°, ∠PSR = 85° and opposite sides of '0' on the number line.
∠QRS = 70°, then ∠QRT = ________.
1
P Q
23. If the height of a cylinder becomes of the original
2
T height and the radius is doubled, then volume of
S R cylinder becomes ________ of its original volume.
A. 45° A. 2 times
B. 65° 1
C. 85° B. times
2
D. 90°
1
C. times
2 4
19. Find the value of p from + p = 3, when
x D. 3 times
5 (7 x + 5) 23  4x − 2 
− = 13 –  6
 3 
.
3 3 24. If (a2 + b 2)3 = (a3 + b3)2 and ab ≠ 0, then  a + b 
is equal to ________. b a
A. 0
B. 1
A. a 6 + b6
C. 2
D. 3 a 3b 3

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64 A. 400 cm2
B. B. 404 cm2
729
C. 396 cm2
C. 1
D. 275 cm2
a 6 + a 3b 3 + b 6
D. 2 4 30. If in the five digit number 1b6a3, a is the greatest
a b + a 4b2
single digit perfect cube and twice of it exceeds b
25. The difference between compound interest and simple by 7, then the sum of the number and its cube root
interest on a sum for 2 years at 8% p.a. is ` 768. Find is ________.
the sum. A. 18700
A. ` 110000 B. 11862
B. ` 120000 C. 19710
C. ` 100000 D. 25320
D. ` 170000
31. Select the CORRECT match
26. The area of a quadrilateral is 342 sq. m. The perpendiculars Item S.P. Discount Marked
from two of its opposite vertices to the diagonal are rate price
12 m and 12 m. What is the length of the diagonal? A. Sofa set ` 9000 10% ` 9500
A. 28.6 m B. Dining table ` 16000 20% ` 20000
B. 25.3 m C. Double bed ` 10200 15% ` 14000
C. 28.5 m D. Centre table ` 900 25% ` 1500
D. 22.5 m
Direction (32-33): Study the following graph carefully
27. In the given figure (not drawn to scale), ABCD is and answer the questions given below:
a rhombus and ALMC is a square, AC = BC. Find Total number of Students Appeared and Qualified from
∠MBC. Various Schools at a Scholarship Exam
A L
3500 Appeared Qualified

3000
D B
15° 2500
Number of students

2000
C M
1500
A. 60°
B. 75° 1000
C. 30°
500
D. 45°
0
28. Solve for x: (i) 2(x + 5) – (x – 6) = 3(x + 7) – 3 A B C D E
2 2
(ii) (3x + 4) + (3x – 2) = (6x + 5) (3x – 2) + 12 Schools

(i) (ii) 32. The average number of students qualified in the


A. 1 2 examination from schools C and D is what percent
B. –1 –2 of the average number of students appeared for the
C. 2 0 examination from the same schools? (Rounded off to
D. 0 1 2 digits after decimal.)
A. 58.62 % B. 73.91 %
29. Find the total area of shaded region in the given C. 62.58 % D. 58.96 %
figure.
40 cm 33. What is the ratio of the number of students qualified
2 cm in the scholarship examination from school A and the
number of students qualified in the examination from
2 cm

20 cm school B?
A. 8 : 3 B. 5 : 7
C. 7 : 3 D. 7 : 5

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34. There are two boxes shown in the figure. Which box C. Both requires equal amount of material
requires more amount of material to be made? D. Can't be determined

(i) (ii) 35. Which of the following is the net of a hexagonal prism?

25 cm

35 cm
A. B.

cm

cm
30

35
40 cm
35 cm

A. Box (i) C. D.
B. Box (ii)

EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

36. A loan was repaid in two annual instalments of 40. A group of students decided to collect as many paise
` 3630 each. If the rate of interest be 10% per annum from each member of the group as is the number of
compounded annually, then find the sum that was members. If the total collection amounts to ` 59.29,
borrowed. then the number of members in the group is _______.
A. ` 5200 A. 57
B. ` 6100 B. 67
C. ` 6300 C. 77
D. ` 5600 D. 87

37. The perimeter of a rectangular garden is 420 cm. If its 41. A patient in a hospital is given soup daily in a cylindrical
length is increased by 20% and breadth is decreased bowl of diameter 7 cm. If the bowl is filled with soup
by 40%,we get the same perimeter. Then, the length to a height of 4 cm, how much soup the hospital has
and breadth of the new formed rectangular garden, to prepare daily to serve 250 patients?
respectively are A. 38 L
A. 115 cm and 95 cm B. 40 L
B. 168 cm and 42 cm C. 39.5 L
C. 210 cm and 210 cm D. 38.5 L
D. 95 cm and 115 cm
42. Riya started a business investing ` 25000. After
38. Sakshi sold a book for ` 27.50 with a profit of 10%. 3 months, Sneha joined her with a capital of ` 30,000.
If she had sold it for ` 25.75, then what would have At the end of the year, they made a profit of ` 19000.
been the percentage of profit or loss she earned ? What will be the Riya's share in the profit ?
A. Profit, 3% A. ` 9423
B. Loss, 5% B. ` 12500
C. Profit, 5% C. ` 14000
D. Loss, 3% D. ` 10000

39. A man bought a house for ` 5 lakhs and rents it. He 43. In a simultaneous throw of two dice, what is the
1 probability of getting a doublet ?
puts 12 % of each month's rent aside for repairs,
2 1
pays ` 1660 as annual taxes and realises 10% on his A.
4
investment thereafter. What is the monthly rent of 5
B.
the house ? 6
A. ` 2460 C.
1
B. ` 2500 6
C. ` 4920 D.
2
D. ` 5000 3

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44. A mixture contains milk and water in the ratio 5:1. 45. The mean weight of 120 students in a class is 56 kg.
On adding 5 litres of water, the ratio of milk to water If the mean weight of boys and that of the girls in
becomes 5:2. Find the quantity of milk in the original the class are 60 kg and 50 kg respectively, then the
mixture. number of boys in the class are_____.
A. 16 litres A. 72
B. 22.75 litres B. 38
C. 25 litres C. 64
D. 32.5 litres D. 57

ACHIEVERS SECTION

46. Find the value of P, Q, R and S respectively. Step 4: At P, draw ∠XPQ = 60°.
Principal Time Rate S.I. C.I. Step 5: At S, draw ∠MSP = 135°.
(in `) (in years) (in %) (in `) (in `) A. 3, 4, 1, 5, 2 B. 3, 1, 2, 5, 4
(i) 12,500 3 P 4,500 4137.5 C. 3, 2, 1, 5, 4 D. 3, 4, 2, 5, 1
(ii) 8,800 2 1 Q 10359.58
8 49. Fill in the blanks.
2
(i) The range of the data: 15, 4, 16, 20, 5, 6, 16, 8,
(iii) R 3 5 180 S
P__.
2, 1, 19, 0, is ___
P Q R S Q__.
(ii) Probability of an impossible event is ___
A. 12 1526 1500 1467.25 (iii) The number of times a particular observation
B. 15 1496 1800 1525.38 R__.
occurs in given data is called ___
C. 12 1496 1200 189.15 (iv) In a single throw of two dice, the probability of
D. 12 1496 1200 1389.32 S__.
getting a total of 11 is ___
P Q R S
47. PQRS is a rectangle of dimensions 12 cm and 5 cm.
PMNR is a rectangle drawn in such a way that the A. 18 1 frequency
1
diagonal PR of the first rectangle is one of its sides 12
and side opposite to it is touching the first rectangle B. 20 0 frequency
1
at S as shown in figure. What is the ratio of the area 18
of rectangle PQRS to that of PMNR? 1
12 cm C. 19 0 class mark
P Q 9
1
5 cm D. 20 1 raw data
M R 18
S

N
50. Read the statements carefully and select the correct
A. 3 : 1 option.
B. 2 : 3 Statement-1: The value of
C. 1 : 1
D. 5 : 4 −6 / 5 3/ 5 1/ 2
2 (625) × (1024) ÷ ( 25)
6 3/ 5
  is 1.
48. Arrange the following steps in correct order
( )
 3 −5 / 2 
 × (125)
1/ 5
in constructing a quadrilateral PQR S, given  128
PS = 3.2 cm, PQ = 5.6 cm, ∠P = 60°, ∠Q = 75° Statement-2: The expression (x–2p y 3q)6 ÷ (x 3 y –1)–4p,
and ∠R = 90°. after simplification becomes independent of both x
Step 1: At Q, draw ∠YQP = 75°, so that YQ intersects and y.
MS at R.
A. Both Statement-1 and Statement-2 are true.
Step 2: With P as centre and radius 3.2 cm, draw B. Statement-1 is true but Statement-2 is false.
an arc to cut PX at S.
C. Statement-1 is false but Statement-2 is true.
Step 3: Draw PQ = 5.6 cm. D. Both Statement-1 and Statement-2 are false.

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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Class 8

Set B

Year 2017
LOGICAL REASONING

1. Select a figure from the options which will continue 5. There is a certain relationship between figures (i) and
the same series as established by the Problem Figures. (ii). Establish a similar relationship between figures
Problem Figures (iii) and (iv) by selecting a suitable figure from the
options which will replace the (?) in figure (iv).
*
M
$ ?
(i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
A. M $
B.
A. B.

C. L D.
*
C. D.

2. In a certain code language, the word VICTORY is


written as TKAVMTW. How will the word SUCCESS 6. Pointing to a woman in a photograph, a man said,
be written in that code language? ‘‘She is the only daughter of the only daughter of my
brother-in-law's father’’. How is the woman related
A. USEAGQU
to the man?
B. QSACGUU
A. Wife
C. UWECCQQ
B. Mother
D. QWAECUQ
C. Daughter
3. Select a figure from the options which shows the D. Niece
correct mirror image of Fig. (X), if the mirror is 7. Select a figure from the options which satisfies the
placed vertically to the right. same condition of placement of dots as in Fig. (X).
P M

S B
Fig. (X) Fig. (X)
P
M
M P
A. B.
A. B.
B B S
S
M P M P
C. D.
C. D.
B S B S

4. Find the missing number, if the same rule is followed


in all the three figures. 8. Some children A, B, C, D, E, F and G are standing
in a line facing North. G is to the right of D and to
35 28 45 39 51 68 the left of B. A is on the right of C. A and D have
one child between them. E and B have two children
9 12 ? between them. D and F have two children between
A. 35 them.
B. 19 Who is exactly in the middle?
C. 17 A. A B. C
D. 21 C. D D. E

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9. A square transparent Sheet (X) with a pattern is given. 13. Which of the following Venn diagrams best illustrates
Select a figure from the options as to how the pattern the relationship amongst, ‘‘Rings, Ornaments, Diamond
would appear when the transparent sheet is folded rings”?
along the dotted line.
A. B.

Sheet (X) C. D.

A. B.
14. The two rows of numbers are given. Resultant number
in each row is to be worked out separately based on
the following rules and the question below the row of
C. D. numbers is to be answered. The operations of numbers
progress from left to right.
10. Select a figure from the options in which Fig. (X) is Rules:
exactly embedded as one of its parts. (i) If an even number is followed by a prime number,
then they are to be multiplied.
(ii) If an even number is followed by a composite odd
Fig. (X) number, then the odd number is to be subtracted
from the even number.
(iii) If a composite odd number is followed by a prime
A. B. number, then the first number is to be divided by
the second number.
(iv) If an odd number is followed by an even number
C. D. which is a perfect square, then they are to be added.
(v) If an odd number is followed by another odd
number, then they are to be added.
11. If ‘–’ denotes ‘÷’, ‘+’ denotes ‘×’, ‘÷’ denotes ‘–’
86 45 13 21
and ‘×’ denotes ‘+’, then what is the value of
m 11 36 21
43 × 7 ÷ 5 + 8 – 4 ?
If m is the resultant of the first row, then what is the
A. 47 resultant of the second row?
B. 40
A. 50
C. 90
B. 77
D. 45
C. 60
12. Two positions of a dice are shown here. When 4 dots D. 43
are at the bottom, the number of dots at the top will
15. Which of the following numbers will be obtained if
be __________.
the second digit of the smallest number is added to
the third digit of the greatest number after adding
5 to each number of the given arrangement?
152 453 279 536 785
A. 3 A. 6
B. 5 B. 7
C. 6 C. 5
D. 1 D. 4

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MATHEMATICAL REASONING

 20. Solve for x:


16. In the given figure, AB||CD and EF is the transversal.
Find the values of x and y respectively. 2   1 − 3x   x − 7
(4 x − 1) −  4 x −  =
5   2   2
75° A. 0
A E 20° B B. 9/11
x G
25° C. 2/11
y
D. –1
C F D
21. ABC is a right angled triangle with ∠BAC = 90°.
A. 70°, 30° AH is drawn perpendicular to BC. If AB = 60 cm and
B. 70°, 50° AC = 80 cm, then find the length of BH.
C. 50°, 30° A

D. 50°, 70°
B C
17. Numbers 1 to 10 are written on ten separate slips, kept H
in a box and mixed well. One slip is chosen from the A. 36 cm
box without looking into it. What is the probability of B. 32 cm
C. 24 cm
(i) Getting a 1-digit number?
D. 30 cm
(ii) Getting a prime number?
(i) (ii) 22. Which of the following statements is CORRECT ?
A. 9/10 5/10 A. A unique quadrilateral can be constructed if its
B. 9/10 4/10 two sides and a diagonal is given.

C. 1/10 4/10 B. A unique quadrilateral can be constructed if its


two adjacent sides and two angles are given.
D. 5/10 3/10
C. A unique quadrilateral can be constructed if its
−2 three sides and two included angles are given.
  − n  
9 × 3 × 3 2  
n 2
− (27) n 1 D. None of these
18. If = , then find the
33m × 23 27 23. Which of the following is the top view of the given
relationship between m and n. figure ?
A. m + n = –1
B. m–n=1
C. m=1–n
m
D. =1 A. B.
n
A C
19. For two rational numbers and , that are in standard C. D.
B D
form, which of the following conditions are true?
A C 24. In two triangles ABC and DEF, if AB = BC, ∠B = ∠E,
A. If AD > BC, then > .
B D DE = EF and BC = EF, then which of the following
statements is CORRECT?
A C
B. If AB < CD, then < .
B D A. Triangles are congruent only.
B. Triangles are isosceles only.
A C
C. If AB = CD, then = . C. Both the triangles are congruent and isosceles.
B D
D. None of these D. Both the triangles are neither congruent nor
isosceles.

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a C. Step 3 only
25. If 0.04 × 0.4 × a = 0.004 × 0.4 × b , then is equal
b D. Step 4 only
to
A. 16 × 10–3 Direction (30-31) : The given double column graph
B. 16 × 10–4 compares the average number of hours for which an electrical
C. 16 × 10–5 appliance is used on weekdays and weekends. Study the
D. 16 × 10–2 graph carefully and answer the questions that follows.

26. Simplify : 24
Weekdays
x 2 − ( y − z )2 y 2 − ( x − z )2 z 2 − ( x − y )2 22 Weekends
+ +
( x + z) − y
2 2
( x + y) − z
2 2
( y + z) − x
2 2 20
18
A. –1
16

Number of hours
B. 0
14
C. 1
12
D. 2
10
27. In the following figure ABDH and CEFG are two 8
parallelograms. Find the value of x.
6
4
2
0
Lights Refrig- Computer A.C. Others
erator
Electrical Appliances

A. 120° 30. Which appliance is used half as many hours on the


B. 100° weekdays as it is used on the weekends?
C. 50° A. Lights
D. 30° B. Refrigerator
C. Computer
28. The difference between the compound interest
(compounded annually) and simple interest on a D. A.C.
certain sum at 10% per annum for 2 years is ` 631. 31. What is the total number of appliances used in
Find the sum. weekdays?
A. ` 80100 A. 82
B. ` 63100 B. 72
C. ` 60000 C. 154
D. ` 73100 D. None of these
29. Given below are the steps of construction of a 32. The given table shows the cost price of various items
quadrilateral ABCD, where AB = 3.5 cm, BC = 6.5 cm, purchased from a showroom.
∠A = 75°, ∠B = 105° and ∠C = 120°.Which of the
following steps is INCORRECT? Items Cost (in `)

Step 1 : Draw AB = 3.5 cm. Shirt 1250


Step 2 : Draw ∠XAB = 75° at A and ∠ABY = 105° at B. Trouser 1550
2 T-shirts 2200
Step 3 : With B as centre and radius BC = 6.5 cm, draw
an arc to intersect BY at C. What will these items cost, if the GST is 12%?
Step 4 : At C, draw ∠ADC = 120° such that CZ meets A. ` 5350
AX at D. B. ` 5600
A. Step 1 only C. ` 5000
B. Step 2 only D. ` 5750

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33. Find the area of the given figure (not drawn to scale).  1 
20 cm 34. If  x 2 +  = 34 , (x > 0), then find the value
 x2 
5 cm 1
of x3 + 3 .
x
3 cm A. 198 B. 216
C. 200 D. 186
5 cm
30 cm
35. If n = 1 + x and x is the product of four consecutive
3 cm integers, then which of the following is true?
I. n is an odd integer.
5 cm
II. n is prime.
20 cm III.
n is a perfect square.
A. 650 cm 2
A. Only I is correct.
B. 500 cm 2
B. Only III is correct.
C. 575 cm 2
C. Both I and II are correct.
D. 525 cm 2
D. Both I and III are correct.

EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

36. The ratio of a man's age to his son's age is 4 : 1. The 1


39. One custard recipe requires cup of sugar. Another
product of their ages is 196. What will be the ratio 2
of their ages after 5 years? recipe for the same custard requires 2 table-spoons of
1
A. 3 : 1 sugar. If 1 table-spoon is equivalent to cup, then
16
B. 10 : 3 how much more sugar does the first recipe require?
C. 11 : 4
4 6
D. 14 : 5 A. cup B. cup
5 5
37. Mohit went to a shop to buy 50 kg of rice. He buys 3 5
C. cup D. cup
two varieties of rice which cost him ` 4.50 per kg and 8 8
` 5.00 per kg. He spends a total of ` 240. What was
the quantity of less expensive rice bought by him? 40. The cost of papering the four walls of a room is
` 480. Each one of the length, breadth and height of
A. 20 kg
another room is double that of this room. What is the
B. 25 kg
cost of papering the walls of the new room?
C. 30 kg
D. 35 kg A. ` 3840
B. ` 2880
38. Ashima has three cylindrical containers. C. ` 1920
(i) P having radius 2r and height h. D. ` 960
(ii) Q having radius 3r and height 2h.
41. A train 270 m long is moving with a speed of
h
(iii) R having radius 3r and height
. 25 km/hr. In what time will it cross a man coming
3
from the opposite direction with a speed of 2 km/hr
Arrange the curved surface area of containers in
in which the train is moving?
decreasing order.
A. 36 sec
A. Q, P, R
B. 32 sec
B. P, R, Q
C. 28 sec
C. P, Q, R
D. 24 sec
D. Q, R, P

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42. Harshad bought 15 pieces of DVD players at ` 4500 44. A General of army wants to arrange 36562 soldiers
each and sold all of them at the total price of ` 81000. in equal number of rows and columns. After the
What is the percent profit earned in the deal? arrangement, he found that some soldiers were left.
2 How many soldiers were left?
A. 16 % B. 20 %
3 A. 36
1 B. 65
C. 20 % D. 25 %
2 C. 81
D. 97
43. An urn contains 2 red, 3 green and 2 blue balls.
If a ball is drawn at random, then find the probability 45. A shopkeeper offers 3.5% discount on cash purchases.
that the ball is not blue. What cash amount would Trishi pay for a dress,
if the marked price of the dress is ` 1250?
5 10
A. B. A. ` 1204.75
7 21
B. ` 1205
2 11
C. D. C. ` 1206
7 21
D. ` 1206.25

ACHIEVERS SECTION

46. Which of the following options is CORRECT? 48. Read the statements carefully and select the CORRECT
A. Additive identity of a rational number a is –1/a. option.
Statement-1 : While solving a mathematical problem,
B. For rational numbers a, b and c,
Samidha squared a number and then subtracted 25
a – (b – c) = (a – b) – c.
from it rather than the required i.e., first subtracting
1 13
C. The value of is . 25 from the number and then squaring it. But she got
2/3 15
1+ the right answer. The given number is 13.
2 8/9
1+ + Statement-2 : The smallest natural number which is
3 1− 2 / 3
a perfect square and which ends in 3 identical digits
1 lies between 2000 and 3000.
D. Reciprocal of , (where x ≠ 0) is –x.
x
A. Statement-1 is true but Statement-2 is false.
47. In the given figure (not drawn to scale), ABCD is a B. Statement-1 is false but Statement-2 is true.
parallelogram and GBEF is a rectangle. Find C. Both Statement-1 and Statement-2 are true.
(i) x D. Both Statement-1 and Statement-2 are false.

(ii) y 49. Match the following.


F E Column-I Column-II
(P) (x2 – 3x + 2) (i) 3x3 – 4x2 – 12x + 8
y × (x2 + 2x + 1)
67° (Q) ( 2 x 2 – 3 x + 1 ) (ii) x 4 – x3 – 3x2 + x + 2
D C + (3xy – 4x2 – 2x + 5)
x (R) (2x3 – 3x2 – 7x + 6) (iii) 2x – 2y
60° – (x2 – x3 + 5x – 2)
A G B (S) (4x2 + 4y 2 – 8xy) (iv) –2x2 + 3xy – 5x + 6
÷ (2x – 2y)
(i) (ii)
(P) (Q) (R) (S)
A. 60° 47°
A. (ii) (i) (iii) (iv)
B. 30° 23°
B. (ii) (iv) (i) (iii)
C. 30° 67° C. (iii) (i) (ii) (iv)
D. 60° 30° D. (ii) (iv) (iii) (i)

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50. State T for true and F for false and select the CORRECT years, then rate of simple interest is 10% per
option. annum.
(i) Compound interest is calculated by using the (iv) In case of compound interest, the principal remains
n constant throughout the time period.
r 
formula, C.I. = P 1 + (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
 100 
(ii) The simple interest and the compound interest on A. T T F F
the same principal for same time period (> 1 year) B. F T T F
and at the same rate of interest are not equal. C. F T F T
(iii) If a sum of ` 2000 becomes ` 2600 after three D. T F F T

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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Class 8

Set A

Year 2018
LOGICAL REASONING

1. In a certain code language, if 'CONFIDENCE' is coded 6. Select the odd one out.
as 'FGPEGEQPHK', then how will 'PERFECTION' A. Z 25 X 23
be coded in the same language? B. P 15 N 13
A. RGTHGEVKQP C. H 7 F 4
B. EVKQPRGTHG D. D 3 B 1
C. DUJPOQFSGF
7. Which of the following Venn diagrams best represents
D. PEFRECITON
the relationship amongst, 'Shirts, Trousers and Skirts'?
2. Select the correct water image of the given figure.

A. B.

A. B. C. D.

8. Find the missing number, if a same rule is followed


C. D.
in all the three figures.

3. Starting from a point P, Aryan walked 40 metres 72 64 105


towards North. He turned right and walked 60 metres.
144 6 256 4 441 ?
He then turned right and walked 40 metres. At last
he turned right and walked 40 metres and reached a A. 11
point Q. How far and in which direction is he now B. 7
from the starting point? C. 5
D. 9
A. 10 metres, West
B. 20 metres, West 9. A family consists of five members B, C, E, F and G.
C. 20 metres, East C is the son of G but G is not the mother of C. E and
D. 10 metres, East G are married couple. B is the brother of G. F is the
daughter of E. Who is the brother-in-law of E?
4. If it is possible to make only one meaningful word with
2nd, 4th, 6th and 11th letters of the word 'INTELLIGENT' A. F
(using each letter only once), then third letter of the B. G
word formed would be your answer. If more than one C. B
such words can be formed, then give Z as the answer D. None of these
and if no such word can be formed, then give Y as 10. If '–' denotes '+', '×' denotes '÷', '+' denotes '×', '='
the answer. denotes '<' and '÷' denotes '–', then which of the
A. N following options is correct?
B. Y A. 6 + 4 ÷ 20 – 12 × 6 = 2
C. Z B. 3 ÷ 3 × 3 – 4 + 5 = 20
D. E C. 12 × 6 + 4 ÷ 3 – 6 = 10
D. 4 – 20 × 5 + 4 ÷ 4 = 20
5. Select a figure from the options in which the given
figure is exactly embedded as one of its parts. 11. How many squares are there in the given figure?

A. B.
A. 24
B. 26
C. D. C. 20
D. None of these

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12. Choose a box that is similar to the box formed when If m is the resultant of the first row, then what will
the given sheet of paper is folded to form a box. be the resultant of the second row?
A. 42
B. 112
C. 40
D. 36

14. The question consists of a set of three figures P, Q


(I) (II) and R showing a sequence of folding a piece of paper.
Fig. (R) shows the manner in which the folded paper
(III) (IV) has been cut. Select the figure from the options which
would most closely resembles the unfolded form of
A. I only Fig. (R).
B. I and III only
C. IV only
D. II and IV only
   P     Q     R
13. Two rows of numbers are given. The resultant number
in each row is to be worked out separately based on A. B.
the following rules and the question below the rows
of numbers is to be answered. The operations on
numbers progress from left to right. C. D.
Rules:
(i) If a 2-digit even number is followed by another
even number, then the first one is to be divided 15. Select a figure from the options which will replace
by the second one. the '?' to complete the pattern in the given figure.
(ii) If an even number is followed by a prime number,
then the two are to be multiplied. ?
(iii) If an odd number is followed by another odd
number, then the two are to be added.
(iv) If a 3-digit number is followed by a 2-digit number
which is a perfect square, then the second number
is to be subtracted from the first number.
(v) If a 3-digit number is followed by another 3-digit A. B.
number which is not a perfect square, then the first
number is to be divided by the second one.
    150   81  43 C. D.
    336   m  39

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

16. Which of the following is equal to 25? 4−3 x


 1
2 17. If   × 8 x − 2 = (0.25) x , then find the value of
(0.22)  16 
A.
0.2 × (2.2) 2 17 x
+1 .
22
(0.022) 2
B. A. 2
2.2 × 0.022
39
(2.2) 2 B.
C. 2 22
22 × (0.02) 2 C. 1
2
(0.22) 22
D. 2 D.
22 × 0.02 17

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18. Given that the number 67y19 is divisible by 9, where y 3
is a single digit, what is the least possible value of y? A.
2
A. 3
25
B. 9 B.
4
C. 7
5
D. 4 C.
2
19. Which of the following rational numbers does not lie 9
D.
1 2 4
between and ?
4 3 24. Simple interest on a sum of money for 1 year at 12%
1
A. per annum is ` 1200. What will be the compound
2
interest when compounded half-yearly on that sum
1
B. at the same rate for the same period?
3
14 A. ` 1236
C. B. ` 1326
24
C. ` 11236
18
D. D. ` 13260
24
25. For what value of P, the given equation is correct?
20. Which of the following graphs cannot be a time
1 − P 2P 1 − 7 P 1
temperature graph ? + − =2
6 3 4 6
A. –1
Temperature
Temperature

B. 2
A. B.
C. –2
Time Time D. 1
Temperature

Temperature

26. If ABCD is a parallelogram, DADN and DABC are


C. D. isosceles triangles, then find ∠BAC.
A B
Time Time
24°

21. How many cubes of volume 216 cm3 can be obtained


from a cube whose side is 36 cm ?
A. 216 D C
M N
B. 125
A. 112°
C. 729
B. 140°
D. 343
C. 48°
22. The numerator and the denominator of a rational D. 32°
number are in the ratio 5 : 7. When 6 is added to both
the numerator and denominator, the ratio becomes 27. Given below are the steps of construction to construct
4 : 5. What is the rational number? a quadrilateral KLMN where KL = 6 cm, LM = 8 cm,
7 MN = 9.5 cm, ∠L = 105° and ∠M = 75°. Which of
A. the following steps is incorrect?
5
5 Step-1 : Draw LM = 8 cm and construct ∠MLX = 105°.
B. Step-2 : With L as centre and radius 6 cm, draw an arc
7
2 which cuts LX at K.
C.
5 Step-3 : Construct ∠LMY = 75°. With M as centre and
13 radius 9.5 cm, draw an arc which cuts MY at N.
D. Step-4 : Now join N and X to obtain the required
14
quadrilateral KLMN.
1 17 A. Step-3
23. If x 2 + = , then find the value of
x2 4 B. Step-1
2 1  1 . C. Step-2
 x +  +  x − 
5 x x D. Step-4

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28. If a and b vary inversely to each other, then find the 32. If a four-digit number ccdd is divisible by 55, then
p+q the possible value(s) of d is/are______.
value of .
2 A. Either 0 or 2
a 6 p 90 B. Either 5 or 2
b q 5 2 C. 5
A. 30
D. Either 0 or 5
B. 33
C. 36 33. Select the incorrect match of given solids with the
D. 66 product of their number of faces and vertices.
29. Divide (y 2 + 6y – 16) (y + 2) by (y 2 – 4). A. Rectangular pyramid  – 25
A. y+8 B. Triangular prism   – 30
B. y–2 C. Octahedron – 48
C. y+4 D. Triangular pyramid  – 18
D. 2y + 4
Direction (34-35): The given pie chart shows the monthly
30. When a dice is thrown, find the probability of not
expenditure of a family on rent, clothing, food, savings
getting a prime number.
and miscellaneous items. The family spends ` 520 on
1 miscellaneous items.
A.
6 us
eo
3 l l an
B. sce s
5 Mi item
104°
1 145°
C. 39°
2 Clothing
Rent 42°
1
D. Savings 30°
5
Food
31. Find the area of the given figure (not drawn to scale).
35 cm
34. How much more does the family spend on clothing
than on savings?
15 cm A. ` 752
B. ` 515
C. ` 650
50 cm 80 cm
D. ` 725

35. How much does the family spend on rent, food and
15 cm 15 cm clothing in a year, if the expenditure is same throughout
the year?
45 cm
A. 3339.29 cm2 A. ` 12840
B. 3539.29 cm2 B. ` 14820
C. 4506.75 cm2 C. ` 15760
D. 5967.47 cm2 D. ` 18420

EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

1 37. How many bricks of size 22 cm × 10 cm × 7 cm


36. A water pump pumps out 14 L of water per minute
6 are required to construct a wall 11 m long, 3.5 m
from a reservoir. How many litres of water will be high and 40 cm thick, if the cement and sand used
1
pumped out in 1 of an hour? in the construction occupy (1/10) th part of the
5 wall?
A. 1125 L A. 8000
B. 6120 L B. 9000
C. 1020 L C. 7000
D. 1560 L D. 10000

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38. A man borrowed ` 4000 at 10% per annum compound C. 26
interest. At the end of each year he has repaid ` 1000. D. 46
The amount of money he still incurs after the third
year is ________. 42. If 20 pumps of equal capacity can fill a tank in 7 days,
then how many more such pumps will be required to
A. ` 2740
B. ` 2104 fill the tank in 5 days?
C. ` 2014 A. 28
D. ` 3400 B. 16
C. 8
39. Vikas’s garden is in the form of a parallelogram whose D. 7
1
one side is 4.8 cm and other side is 1 times of this side.
2 43. Two years ago, Mohit was three times as old as his
He wants to fence his garden four times by a wire.
son and two years hence, twice of Mohit’s age will
Find the length of the wire required.
be equal to five times that of his son. The present age
A. 96 cm of Mohit is ________.
B. 108 cm
A. 14 years
C. 132 cm
D. 84 cm B. 38 years
C. 32 years
40. Ritesh selected a card from a deck of 52 playing D. 34 years
cards. Find the probability that the selected card is a
red queen. 44. The circumference of the base of a circular cylinder
is 8 p cm. The height of the cylinder is same as the
2
A. diameter of the base. How much water can the cylinder
13
hold?
1
B. A. 128 p litres
24
1 B. 0.128 p litres
C. C. 630 p litres
13
1 D. 0.164 p litres
D.
26 45. A shopkeeper fixes the marked price of a pair of shoes
41. Each member of a party contributed thrice as many 45% above its cost price. What is the percentage of
rupees as the total number of members and the total discount allowed to gain 16%?
collection was ` 7203. How many members contributed A. 30%
for the party? B. 25%
A. 49 C. 15%
B. 39 D. 20%

ACHIEVERS SECTION

46. In the given figure (not drawn to scale), find the value 47. Read the statements carefully and select the correct
of (b + d) – (a + c). option.
P
50° c Q Statement-1: The amount of extension in an elastic
spring varies directly as the weight hung on it.
b R If a weight of 150  gm produces an extension of
2.9 cm, then the weight that would produce an
S extension of 17.4 cm is 900 gm.
d T
U Statement-2: x and y vary directly means if x
a 25°
increases then y decreases.
V A. Both Statement-1 and Statement-2 are true.
A. 115°
B. Both Statement-1 and Statement-2 are false.
B. 40°
C. 90° C. Statement-1 is false but Statement-2 is true.
D. 25° D. Statement-1 is true but Statement-2 is false.

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48. A box has 30 balls with numbers 1 to 30 written on P Q R S
them. One ball is drawn at random. Find the value –16
A. Two 2 3 140°
of (P + Q) ÷ R by completing the given table. 16
B. Four 2 3 150°
Event Probability
1
(i) Getting a ball with a number P C. Three 16 9 110°
2
less than 31 1
(ii) Getting a ball with a number Q D. Two −16 9 150°
2
greater than 30
50. State 'T' for true and 'F' for false and select the correct
(iii) Getting a ball with an odd R
number option.
(i) The measure of each exterior angle of an n-sided
A. 2
 180° 
B.
1 regular polygon is  .
2  n 
C. 1 (ii) The adjacent angles in a parallelogram are
D. 0 supplementary.
(iii) In a quadrilateral PQRS, the bisector of ∠P and
49. Fill in the blanks.
∠Q meet at point M. If ∠R = 120° and ∠S = 40°,
(i) If each edge of a cube is doubled, then the surface then ∠PMQ = 80°.
area of the new cube will become P times.
(i) (ii) (iii)
(ii) Multiplicative inverse of 2–16 is Q .
A. F F T
(iii) The unit digit of the cube of the number 1787
is R . B. F T T
(iv) If three acute angles of a quadrilateral measure 70° C. T F F
each, then the measure of the fourth angle is S . D. T T F

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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Class 8

Set B

Year 2018
LOGICAL REASONING

1. Find the correct mirror image of the given figure. 6. Which of the following options best represents the
given Venn diagram?

Mirror
A. Males, Females, Teacher 
A. B. B. Tomato, Potato, Apple
C. Vegetable, Grass, Bottle guard
D. Painter, Cow, Hen
C. D.
7. There is a certain relationship between figures (i) and (ii).
Establish a similar relationship between figures (iii)
2. Choose a box that is similar to the box formed when and (iv) by selecting a suitable figure from the options
the given sheet of paper is folded. which will replace the '?' in figure (iii).

(i) (ii) (iii) (iv)

A. B.

A. B.
C. D.

C. D.
8. Two rows of numbers are given. The resultant number
in each row is to be worked out separately based on
3. Select a letter which replaces the (?), if the same rule the following rules and the question below the rows
is followed either row-wise or column-wise. of numbers is to be answered. The operations on
A. P numbers progress from left to right.
9 L 3
B. N Rules:
7 O 8
C. M (i) If an even number is followed by an even number,
5 ? 9 then they are to be added.
D. R
(ii) If an odd number is followed by an even number,
4. In a certain code language, INTRODUCED is written then the odd number is to be multiplied by the
as EFDVEPSUOJ. How will INNOVATIVE be written even number.
in that language? (iii) If an even number is followed by an odd number
A. FWJVBUPMMJ which is a perfect square, then they are to be added.
B. FWJUBWPOOJ (iv) If an even number is followed by a prime number,
then the first number is to be divided by the second
C. WFJVPOMNOJ
number.
D. FWJUBJOOPW
(v) If an odd number is followed by a prime number,
5. If 'P + Q' means P is the mother of Q, 'P ÷ Q' means then the prime number is subtracted from the odd
P is the brother of Q, 'P # Q' means P is the father number.
of Q and 'P * Q' means P is the sister of Q, then how 46 23 64
is L related to O in 'K ÷ L + M # N * O'? P 121 29
If P is the resultant of the first row, then what is the
A. Grand daughter
resultant of the second row?
B. Sister
A. 200 B. 158
C. Mother
C. 128 D. 222
D. Grand mother

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9. Select a figure from the options which is exactly 13. Find the minimum number of straight lines required
embedded in the given figure as one of its parts. to make the given figure.

A. B.

A. 19
C. D. B. 20
C. 15
10. A square transparent sheet with a pattern and a dotted D. None of these
line on it is given. Select a figure from the options as 14. Seven students P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are standing
to how the pattern would appear when the transparent in a line facing North. V is to the immediate right of
sheet is folded along the dotted line. S and to the immediate left of Q. P and S have one
student between them. P is to the immediate right of
R. U and S have two students between them. Who
is standing in the middle of the line?
A. T
B. V
A. B.
C. Q
D. S

C. D. 15. Select a figure from the options which satisfies the same
conditions of placement of the dots as in the given
figure.
11. Aman walked 25 m towards East. Then he turned to
his right and walked 20 m and again he turned to his
right and walked 25 m. Then, he turned to his left
and walked 10 m. How far and in which direction is
he from the starting point?
A. 35 m, North
B. 30 m, North
C. 30 m, South
A. B.
D. 20 m, North-East

12. If 'a – b' = a × b, 'a + b' = a ÷ b and 'a * b' = b – a,


then the value of (10 + 2) × (5 – 2) × (2 * 5) is ______.
A. 150
B. 180 C. D.
C. 360
D. 108

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

−1 −4 3 31
16. Subtract the sum of and from the sum of B.
2 7 4 28
−5 1
and . C.
7 14
A. −33 −51
D.
28 28

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17. The tens digit of a two-digit number exceeds its units 2
 1 1
digit by 6. The number itself is 10 times the sum of B. y
 − y  + 2 = y + 2
2
its digits. Find the number. y
A. 82 2 2
 1  1
B. 90 C.  y + y  − 2 =  y − y 
C. 93
2 2
D. 60  1  1
 y − y  −  y + y  = − ( 2)
2
D.
18. If 3
x × 0.000009 = 0.3, then the value of x is ____.
24. If in a rectangle, the difference between the sum of
A. 27
adjacent sides and the diagonal is one-fourth the length
B. 81
of longer side, then 7 times the length of longer side
C. 9 is _______ times the length of shorter side.
D. 18
A. 3
19. If a number 54x49y is divisible by 90, then what is B. 8
y C. 24
the value of ?
x D. 20
A. 0

B.
5 a 2b −3 × (a 2 )b +1
25. If = (a3 )3 ÷ (a 6 )−3 , then find the value
9 (a 4 )−3
C. 6
of 2b.
D. 1 A. 4
20. In the given quadrilateral ABCD (not drawn to scale), B. 8
BC = AC = AD. Find the sum of ∠DAC and ∠ACB. C. 16
A B D. 24
62°
26. Which of the following statements is correct?
A. Length of a side of a square and its area vary
52° directly with each other.
D C
B. If one angle of a triangle is kept fixed, then the
A. 76°
measure of the remaining two angles vary inversely
B. 132°
with each other.
C. 56°
D. 112° C. The area of a circle and its diameter vary directly
with each other.
21. Which of the following CANNOT be true for any D. All of these
polyhedron ?
A. Faces = 4, Vertices = 4, Edges = 6 27. Divide (64x2 + 48xy + 9y 2)(x + 2) by (8x2 + 16x +
B. Faces = 8, Vertices = 6, Edges = 12 3xy + 6y).
C. Faces = 5, Vertices = 1, Edges = 8 A. 8x + 9y
D. Faces = 20, Vertices = 12, Edges = 30 B. 2x + 14y
22. If 540 is 10% of y and z% of y is 16200, then find C. 8x + 3y
the value of y and z respectively. D. 3x – 8y
A. 5400, 20 28. Cube root of a number when divided by the smallest
B. 5400, 300 prime number gives square of the smallest prime
C. 300, 5400 number. Find the number.
D. 20, 5800
A. 512
23. Which of the following is not true?
B. 8
2 2
 1  1 C. 64
 + y  =  y − y  + 4
A. y
D. 125

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29. The radii of the bases as well as heights of a cylinder A. English
and a cone are equal to r cm and the radius of the B. Mathematics
hemisphere is also equal to the height of the cone. C. Social Science
Find the ratio of the volume of cone, cylinder and D. Hindi
hemisphere respectively.
32. Factorise : 25(x + y)2 – 36(x – 2y)2
A. 2:3:1
B. 1:3:2 A. (11x + 7y)(17y – x)
B. (11x – 7y)(17y – x)
C. 1:2:3
C. (17y + x)(11x – 7y)
D. None of these
D. None of these
30. Study the given graph carefully. Complete the table
33. Two successive discounts of x % and y % on a western
and find the value of P + Q – R – S.
gown is same as the single discount of _______.
Y
7  xy 
A.  x + y + %
6 100 
5 X 3 Q 2 S
4  xy 
3 Y P 3 R 1 B.  x − y − %
2
100 
1  xy 
X C.  x + y − %
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 100 
A. 4  xy 
D.  y − x − %
B. 2 100 
C. 5
D. 1 34. Which of the following is incorrect?
A. The cube of an even natural number is always
31. The given pie chart gives the marks scored in an even.
examination by a student in English, Hindi, Science
x 3
x
& Technology, Social Science and Mathematics. If the B. The cube root of a rational number is .
total marks obtained by the student were 540, then y 3 y
the subject in which the student scored 105 marks, C. The cube of a negative number is always positive.
is______.
D. 2197 is a perfect cube.

English 35. If A : B = 5 : 6 and B : C = 7 : 8, then by approximately


Mathematics
55° what percent is C more than A?
90°
70° A. 36%
Hindi 65° Social
80°
Science
B. 40%
C. 37.14%
Science &
Technology
D. 48.23%

EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

7 1 A. 115 m
36. Shruti uses 105 g of wheat flour for making kg B. 60 m
8 2
of halwa. Approximately how much grams of halwa C. 165 m
3 D. 135 m
can she make from 315 g of wheat flour?
4 38. Shalini tosses a coin 98 times and head is obtained
A. 1491.145 g
56 times. If the coin is tossed at random, then what
B. 1382.245 g
is the probability of getting a tail?
C. 1500.471 g
D. 1100.220 g 13 42
A. B.
98 13
37. A farmer has a field in the shape of an isosceles trapezium 3 7
whose perimeter is 215 m. One of its non-parallel C. D.
7 9
sides is 50 m. What is the sum of its parallel sides?

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39. Vidhushi is 8 times as old as her grandson. Four years A. 50 years
ago, Vidhushi was 12 times as old as her grandson. B. 40 years
Find the difference between their present ages. C. 30 years
A. 88 years D. None of these
B. 77 years
C. 11 years 43. Anjali has 0.88 cubic metres of iron. Find the number
D. 99 years of cylindrical iron rods, each of length 14 m and
diameter 2 cm that she can make.
40. A principal of the college wishing to arrange his 8341 A. 150
students in the form of a square, found that he still B. 200
had 60 students left. Find the number of students in C. 250
the middle row. D. 400
A. 61
B. 75 44. A sells his motor cycle to B at a profit of 7%, B sells
C. 81 it to C at a profit of 8%. If C pays ` 14445 for it,
D. 91 then what was the cost price of motor cycle for A?
A. ` 12500
41. The cost of a vehicle is ` 175000. If its value depreciates B. ` 12450
at the rate of 20% per annum, then the total depreciation
C. ` 13500
for 3 years is ____.
D. ` 13000
A. ` 86400
B. ` 82500 45. Weight of Moon is (7.346 × 1022) kg and weight of
C. ` 84500 Earth is (5.9724 × 1024) kg. What is the total weight
D. ` 85400 of both in standard form?
A. (6.04 × 1024) kg
42. 3 years ago, the average age of wife, husband and
B. (7.08 × 1022) kg
their child was 27 years. 5 years ago the average
C. (5.98 × 1024) kg
age of wife and child was 20 years. The present age
of husband is D. (6.44 × 1024) kg

ACHIEVERS SECTION

46. Study the given histogram representing the weights 47. Arrange the following steps in correct order while
of students of class VIII and answer the following constructing a trapezium PQRS in which SR || PQ,
questions. PQ = 11 cm, QR = 9 cm, PS = 9.5 cm and ∠Q = 70°.
Step 1 : With Q as centre, draw ∠PQY = 70°.
35
Step 2 : With R as centre, draw ∠QRZ = 110°.
30
Step 3 : Draw PQ = 11 cm.
25
Number of students

Step 4 : With P as centre, draw an arc of radius 9.5 cm


20
which meets RZ at point S.
15
Step 5 : With Q as centre, draw an arc of radius 9 cm
10
on QY and mark the point as R.
5
0
Step 6 : Join PS.
20 25 30 35 40 45
Weights of students (in kg) A. 3, 1, 2, 5, 4, 6
(i) How many students weighs at least 30 kg but less B. 2, 4, 1, 3, 5, 6
than 45 kg?
C. 3, 1, 5, 2, 4, 6
(ii) Which class interval has the highest frequency?
D. 3, 2, 5, 1, 4, 6
(i) (ii)
A. 35 20 - 25 48. Fill in the blanks and select the correct option.
B. 35 35 - 40
(i) A number ending in ___(P __)___ number of zeroes
C. 40 25 - 30
is never a perfect square.
D. 45 35 - 40

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(ii) The square of an ____(Q)
_____ natural number can 50. Match the following and select the correct option.
always be written as the sum of two consecutive Column-I Column-II
positive integers.
Figure a+b
(iii) The sum of the first n odd natural numbers is
(P) (i) 205°
___(R)
____.
b
(S)
(iv) If (3 × 3 × 7)2 = 3969, then 3969 = _______.
(P) (Q) (R) (S) a
A. Odd even 2n 62 50°
B. Even odd n2 69
C. Even even n3 39 (Q) (ii) 240°
115°
D. Odd odd n2 63 50°

49. State 'T' for true and 'F' for false and select the correct b
option. 85° a
(i) If Sunil bought a laptop for ` 44000 including a
tax of 10%, then the price of the laptop before tax (R) (iii) 220°
was added was ` 40000. b
(ii) x % of y is equal to y % of x.
a
1
(iii) The compound interest on ` 12000 for 1 years
2
at 10 % per annum compounded half yearly is (S) (iv) 216°
a
` 13891.50.
(iv) If a retailer sells an alarm clock for ` 350 and gains
1
of its cost price, then the cost price is ` 250. 60° b
6
(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) A. (P) → (iii), (Q) → (ii), (R) → (iv), (S) → (i)
A. T T F F
B. (P) → (iii), (Q) → (i), (R) → (iv), (S) → (ii)
B. F F T T
C. T F T F C. (P) → (ii), (Q) → (i), (R) → (iv), (S) → (iii)
D. T T T F D. (P) → (iv), (Q) → (ii), (R) → (iii), (S) → (i)

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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ANSWER KEYS

IMO 2014
SET A
1. (B) 2. (D) 3. (B) 4. (A) 5. (B) 6. (C) 7. (D) 8. (D) 9. (A) 10. (B)
11. (C) 12. (A) 13. (C) 14. (D) 15. (B) 16. (C) 17. (B) 18. (B) 19. (A) 20. (D)
21. (D) 22. (B) 23. (C) 24. (B) 25. (C) 26. (D) 27. (D) 28. (B) 29. (A) 30. (D)
31. (A) 32. (B) 33. (C) 34. (C) 35. (A) 36. (D)  37. (B) 38. (A) 39. (D) 40. (A)
41. (A) 42. (C) 43. (C) 44. (C) 45. (D) 46. (B) 47. (C) 48. (A) 49. (D) 50. (B)

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

IMO 2015
SET A
1. (B) 2. (D) 3. (D) 4. (C) 5. (D) 6. (A) 7. (C) 8. (A) 9. (C) 10. (A)
11. (B) 12. (A) 13. (A) 14. (A) 15. (B) 16. (B) 17. (B) 18. (C) 19. (D) 20. (B)
21. (B) 22. (A) 23. (A) 24. (B) 25. (A) 26. (A) 27. (D) 28. (D) 29. (C) 30. (B)
31. (B) 32. (D) 33. (D) 34. (B) 35. (A) 36. (B) 37. (C) 38. (B) 39. (D) 40. (C)
41. (B) 42. (D) 43. (D) 44. (C) 45. (B) 46. (C) 47. (C) 48. (B) 49. (B) 50. (D)

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

IMO 2016
SET A
1. (D) 2. (B) 3. (B) 4. (D) 5. (A) 6. (C) 7. (C) 8. (A) 9. (A) 10. (D)
11. (A) 12. (C) 13. (D) 14. (A) 15. (B) 16. (B) 17. (C) 18. (D) 19. (D) 20. (A)
21. (C) 22. (A) 23. (A) 24. (C) 25. (D) 26. (C) 27. (B) 28. (D) 29. (B) 30. (B)
31. (D) 32. (A) 33. (A) 34. (B) 35. (C) 36. (A) 37. (D) 38. (A) 39. (B) 40. (B)
41. (D) 42. (C) 43. (D) 44. (A) 45. (A) 46. (C) 47. (A) 48. (A) 49. (A) 50. (B)

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

IMO 2017
SET A
1. (D) 2. (B) 3. (B) 4. (C) 5. (D) 6. (C) 7. (C) 8. (B) 9. (D) 10. (C)
11. (C) 12. (B) 13. (C) 14. (B) 15. (D) 16. (B) 17. (C) 18. (B) 19. (B) 20. (D)
21. (A) 22. (C) 23. (A) 24. (B) 25. (B) 26. (C) 27. (B) 28. (B) 29. (B) 30. (C)
31. (B) 32. (B) 33. (D) 34. (B) 35. (A) 36. (C) 37. (B) 38. (A) 39. (C) 40. (C)
41. (D) 42. (D) 43. (C) 44. (C) 45. (A) 46. (C) 47. (C) 48. (D) 49. (B) 50. (B)
SET B
1. (C) 2. (D) 3. (C) 4. (C) 5. (B) 6. (C) 7. (B) 8. (C) 9. (C) 10. (C)
11. (B) 12. (B) 13. (A) 14. (C) 15. (C) 16. (B) 17. (B) 18. (B) 19. (A) 20. (B)
21. (A) 22. (C) 23. (A) 24. (C) 25. (C) 26. (C) 27. (B) 28. (B) 29. (D) 30. (C)
31. (D) 32. (B) 33. (B) 34. (A) 35. (D) 36. (C) 37. (A) 38. (A) 39. (C) 40. (C)
41. (A) 42. (B) 43. (A) 44. (C) 45. (D) 46. (C) 47. (B) 48. (A) 49. (B) 50. (B)

IMO 2018
SET A
1. (B) 2. (A) 3. (C) 4. (A) 5. (A) 6. (C) 7. (C) 8. (C) 9. (C) 10. (D)
11. (A) 12. (C) 13. (A) 14. (D) 15. (B) 16. (C) 17. (A) 18. (D) 19. (D) 20. (B)
21. (A) 22. (B) 23. (C) 24. (A) 25. (D) 26. (C) 27. (D) 28. (B) 29. (A) 30. (C)
31. (B) 32. (D) 33. (D) 34. (B) 35. (A) 36. (C) 37. (B) 38. (C) 39. (A) 40. (D)
41. (A) 42. (C) 43. (B) 44. (B) 45. (D) 46. (D) 47. (D) 48. (A) 49. (B) 50. (B)

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