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Chapter 2 : Addition 12

Chapter 3 : Subtraction 18

Chapter 5 : Time 31

Chapter 6 : Money 37

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CHAPTER

1 NUMBER SENSE

Do You Know

What topics we will

cover in this chapter?

Identify numbers and their names up to 100.

What comes before, after and in between the numbers.

Compare numbers.

I

dentify numbers and their names using abacus and

place values.

Arrange numbers in ascending or descending order.

Skip counting, expanded form.

Count and write the number of objects given.

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

(A) Seventy

(B) Seventy three 72 ? 74

(C) Seventy one

(D) Seventy five

(A) (B)

(C) (D)

Class 1 5

3. ______ is holding the largest number.

(A) Rohan (B) Meeku 2 tens 2 tens 3 tens 3 tens

(C) Latika (D) Priya 3 ones 4 ones 2 ones 0 ones

Latika Rohan Meeku Priya

(A)

92 (B) 29 (C) 32 (D)

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6. What is the descending order of 40, 30, 10, 20?

(A) 10, 20, 30, 40 (B) 40, 30, 20, 10

(C) 40, 10, 20, 30 (D) 10, 30, 40, 20

balloons?

(A)

59 (B) 57 (C) 60 (D)

55

(A) Forty four 12

92 40

30 39

82

(D) Thirty nine

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10. The number on the given abacus is ________.

(A) 7 tens 4 ones (B) 4 tens 6 ones

(C) 6 tens 4 ones (D) 4 tens 7 ones

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(C) Counting by 3’s (D) Counting by 1’s

12. Which of the following jars has the least number of candies?

(A) — Sixteen

(B) — Twelve

(C) — Fourteen

(D) — Eighteen

Class 1 7

14. Which of the following sets has more

objects than the given set of dots?

(A) (B)

(C) (D)

7 27 37 32 57 67

Which rabbit shows the number lying between 30 and 40 and

also having 7 at ones place?

EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

16. Which tree has mangoes more than 5 but less than 7?

(A) Flowers are more than ice-creams.

(B) Flowers are less than ice-creams.

(C) Flowers are equal to ice-creams.

(D) Ice-creams are 1 more than flowers.

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18. How many birds are there in the given picture?

(A)

7 (B)

8 (C)

4 (D)

12

Ria Radhika Rupal Rupali

(A) – 10 (B) – 13

(C) – 13 (D) – 16

Class 1 9

22.

P Q R S T

Cap (1) is before cap Q. Cap (2) is after the cap S. Cap

R is (3) the cap Q and cap S. Cap S is (4) the cap T.

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

(A) P T between after

(B) P T between before

(C) P R after after

(D) R T before before

P. 2 tens 6 ones (1) 43

Q. 3 tens 4 ones (2) 26

R. 4 tens 3 ones (3) 34

A. P → (3); Q → (1); R → (2)

B. P → (1); Q → (3); R → (2)

C. P → (2); Q → (1); R → (3)

D. P → (2); Q → (3); R → (1)

(A)

0 1 2 3 4 5 6

(B)

0 1 2 3 4 5 6

(C)

0 1 2 3 4 5 6

(D)

0 1 2 3 4 5 6

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25. Which abacus shows 1 more than 56?

(A) (B)

(C) (D)

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1. A B C D 8. A B C D 15. A B C D 22. A B C D

2. A B C D 9. A B C D 16. A B C D 23. A B C D

5. A B C D 12. A B C D 19. A B C D

6. A B C D 13. A B C D 20. A B C D

7. A B C D 14. A B C D 21. A B C D

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Class 1 11

CHAPTER

2 Addition

Do You Know

What topics we will

cover in this chapter?

Adding one digit and two digit numbers.

A

dding numbers given in form of their names, tens and

ones.

Solve word problems on addition.

Addition on number line.

Properties of ‘zero’ in addition.

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

(A) P, S, R, Q

(B) S, R, Q, P

8 + 9 20 + 2 12 + 7 13 + 5

(C) Q, S, R, P

P Q R S

(D) Q, R, S, P

2.

+ = shows

(A) 73 + 12 = 85 (B) 74 + 11 = 85

(C) 71 + 13 = 84 (D) 70 + 8 = 78

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3. If I add a number to 10, I will get 10. What number am I adding?

10 + = 10

(A) 1 (B) 0 (C) 10 (D) 11

the given number bond ? ?

(A) 20 ones + 3 tens + 23

(B) 2 tens + 3 tens ?

(C) 2 tens + 3 ones

(D) 2 ones + 3 tens

Box P Box Q

6.

43 36

(A)

80 (B)

89 (C)

82 (D)

79

8. A boy jumps 3 steps from 0 and then 2 steps. Where will he reach?

(A) 5th point (B) 6th point (C) 7th point (D) 4th point

Class 1 13

9. 11 + 3 is shown by which abacus?

abacuses.

(A) 76

(B) 78

(C) 87

(D) 70

(A)

8 (B) 7 (C) 5 (D)

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Direction (12-13): Study the given sets and answer the following

questions.

P Q R

12. Find the total number of flowers in set Q and set R.

(A)

25 (B) 45 (C) 30 (D) 35

13. Find the total number of flowers in set P, set Q and set R.

(A)

49 (B) 39 (C) 59 (D) 40

(A) 42 + 56 — 98 (B) 39 + 20 — 59

(C) 73 + 22 — 91 (D) 51 + 48 — 99

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15. Which of the following options gives the answer greater than 35?

EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

(A)

25 (B)

22 (C)

30 (D)

29

candies does he have altogether?

(A)

35 (B)

30 (C)

42 (D)

39

18. There are 13 boys and 42 girls in a class. How many children

are there in the class?

(A)

55 (B)

45 (C)

52 (D)

58

19. There are only 8 hens and 4 chicks in a farm. How many

total birds are there in the farm?

(A)

14 (B)

12 (C)

9 (D)

10

and 34 cupcakes on Wednesday. How many cupcakes did she

buy altogether?

(A)

58 (B)

54 (C)

56 (D)

48

Class 1 15

ACHIEVERS SECTION (HOTS)

21. Richa and her 3 friends shared 48 stickers. Each child received

____ stickers.

(A)

4 (B)

16 (C)

9 (D)

12

(A) 1, 3 1 P

(B) 3, 1 + 2 3

(C) 4, 0 Q 4

(D) 3, 3

(A)

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

(B)

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

(C)

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

(D)

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

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24. Which of the following options is correct ?

(A) + = 28 (B) + = 34

8 Tens 2 Ones 3 Tens 4 Ones

(C) + = 10 (D) + = 26

14 Ones 5 Ones 22 Ones 6 Ones

25. Riya has different types of fruits. She has 3 more apples

than oranges. She has 6 more oranges than bananas. If she

has 4 bananas, then the total number of fruits she has is

(A) 13 (B) 27 (C) 40 (D) 15

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1. A B C D 8. A B C D 15. A B C D 22. A B C D

2. A B C D 9. A B C D 16. A B C D 23. A B C D

5. A B C D 12. A B C D 19. A B C D

6. A B C D 13. A B C D 20. A B C D

7. A B C D 14. A B C D 21. A B C D

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Concise Theory Chapter 2 Measuring Units

Chapterwise Questions Chapter 3 Geometrical Shapes

Chapter 4 Odd One Out

Hints and Explanations Chapter 5 Spatial Understanding

Tips and Tricks to solve Chapter 6 Grouping

questions quickly Chapter 7 Analogy

Chapter 8 Ranking Test

Logical questions are part of

NCO, NSO, IMO and IGKO exams.

Class 1 17

CHAPTER

3 Subtraction

Do You Know

What topics we will

cover in this chapter?

Subtract by taking away.

Subtract one digit and two digit numbers.

S

ubtract numbers given in the form of number names

and place values.

Subtraction on number line.

Solve word problems on subtraction.

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

1. shows _______ .

picture?

(A) 22 – 9 = 15 (B) 22 – 9 = 13 (C) 20 – 9 = 11 (D) 20 - 9 = 13

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3. 2 tens 4 ones – 1 ten 2 ones =

(A)

12 (B)

14 (C)

13 (D)

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shown in the cellphone is _____.

(A) 64

(B) 84

(C) 81

(D) 28

than 12?

(A) 12 – 7 = 5 (B) 7 – 5 = 2 (C) 12 – 5 = 7 (D) 12 + 5 = 17

ice-creams uncrossed?

(A)

14 (B)

6 (C)

4 (D)

8

8. 78 63

(A)

15 (B)

10 (C)

11 (D)

6

Class 1 19

9. Choose the correct subtraction sentence for the given picture.

(C) 2 tens 7 ones – 5 ones (D) 2 tens 4 ones – 4 ones

10. Which of the following number lines shows “7-4 = 3”?

(A) (B)

(C) (D)

11. — ?

= ____

(A)

24 (B)

23 (C)

20 (D)

32

12. Which of the following options is INCORRECT?

(A) 14 – 14 = 0 (B) 28 – 12 = 16

(C) 73 – 21 = 42 (D) 84 – 22 = 62

13. How many more balloons

should be crossed ‘ ’ to

show the given subtraction

sentence?

‘18 – 9’

(A)

3 (B)

2 (C)

1 (D)

4

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14. Which of the following has the value less than ‘27‘?

(A) (B)

– 20 ones – 3 tens

(C) (D)

– 2 ones – 3 tens 2 ones

(A) (B)

(C) (D)

EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

brother. How many cookies are left with her?

(A) 32 (B) 33

(C) 22 (D) 23

Blue buttons

Yellow buttons

buttons are equal to blue buttons?

(A) 4 (B) 3

(C) 7 (D) 8

Class 1 21

18. There are in a pond.

(A) 7 – 2 = 4 (B) 7 – 2 = 5

(C) 7 – 2 = 3 (D) 7 – 2 = 1

candies are left in the box?

(A)

4 (B) 6 (C) 12 (D) 8

marbles to Tanu. How many marbles are left with her ?

(A)

50 (B) 30 (C) 60 (D) 40

(A) 9, 8 (B) 8, 9 – 5 3

(C) 7, 6 (D) 6, 7 3 6

Column-1 Column-2

(1) (a) 7 – 3

(2) (b) 9 – 5

(3) (c) 8 – 3

(4) (d) 9 – 2

(B) (1) → c, (2) → d, (3) → b, (4) → a

(C) (1) → b, (2) → c, (3) → d, (4) → a

(D) (1) → c, (2) → d, (3) → a, (4) → b

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23. = 10 and = 5, then which of the following is correct?

(A) + = – (B)

+ = –

(C) + = – (D)

+ = –

T O T O T O T O

7 P 3 = 3 Q 1

(A) +, + (B) +, – (C) –, + (D) –, –

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1. A B C D 8. A B C D 15. A B C D 22. A B C D

2. A B C D 9. A B C D 16. A B C D 23. A B C D

5. A B C D 12. A B C D 19. A B C D

6. A B C D 13. A B C D 20. A B C D

7. A B C D 14. A B C D 21. A B C D

Class 1 23

CHAPTER

Comparisons

Do You Know

What topics we will

cover in this chapter?

Comparing lengths and weights.

M

easuring lengths using : span, feet, unit, a palm, a

cubit, a pace.

M

easuring weights using weighing scale and lengths

using ruler or measuring tape.

I

dentification of ‘tallest, shortest’; ‘farther, nearer’;

‘thicker, thinner’; ‘heaviest, lightest’; ‘bigger, smaller’.

Measuring distance between two objects.

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

(A) P

(B) Q

(C) R

(D) S

water?

litres litres litres litres

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3. Which of the following is thinner than ?

units.

(A) 15

(B) 13

(C) 12

(D) 11

(A) Q

Q

(B) P

R

(C) S

(D) R S

(A) 10 feet

(B) 8 feet

(C) 7 feet

(D) 6 feet 1 foot

(A) 7

(B) 12

(C) 13

(D) 14

Class 1 25

8. Strip ____ is as long as pencil.

(A) P

(B) Q

(C) R

(D) S

measurements given in column-2

Column-1 Column-2

P. (1)

Litres

Q. (2)

Kilograms

R. (3)

Metres

(B) P (3); Q (2); R (1)

(C) P (2); Q (3); R (1)

(D) P (2); Q (1); R (3)

(A) 17

(B) 7

(C) 12

(D) 8

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11. Cup ______ is the shortest.

(A) P

(B) Q

(C) R

(D) S

12. Which of the following options shows ball 1 is lighter than ball 2?

(A) (B)

(A) 10

(B) 12

(C) 13

(D) 14

Class 1 27

15. Which of the following is the heaviest?

EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

weight. What is the weight of Kirti?

(A) 31 kg (B) 25 kg (C) 13 kg (D) 21 kg

1 = 1 unit

(A) 9 units (B) 8 units (C) 10 units (D) 7 units

weigh?

(A) 10 kg (B) 12 kg (C) 8 kg (D) 7 kg

his height. His height is 120 cm. What will be the length of

the bat?

(A) 80 cm (B) 60 cm (C) 100 cm (D) 90 cm

be the weight of two such dolls?

(A) 5 marbles (B) 2 marbles

(C) 20 marbles (D) 10 marbles

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ACHIEVERS SECTION (HOTS)

R but shorter than tree P. Tree

_____ is the shortest and tree

_____ is the tallest.

(A) S, R, Q (B) Q, S, R (C) R, S, P (D) Q, R, S

(A)

5 (B)

3 (C)

1 (D)

2

(A) P, S (B) S, P (C) R, S (D) P, R

B, then which of the following

statements is correct?

(A) Weight on machine A is the greatest. 0 0 0

grams grams grams

(B) Weight on machine C is the least. 300 100 300 100 300 100

Class 1 29

25. Paritosh’s height is 130 cm. He needs to reach the total

height of 150 cm to reach the top of an almirah. The height

of which stool will be most suitable for him?

(A) 5 cm (B) 10 cm

(C) 15 cm (D) 20 cm

JJJ

1. A B C D 8. A B C D 15. A B C D 22. A B C D

2. A B C D 9. A B C D 16. A B C D 23. A B C D

5. A B C D 12. A B C D 19. A B C D

6. A B C D 13. A B C D 20. A B C D

7. A B C D 14. A B C D 21. A B C D

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CHAPTER

5 Time

Do You Know

What topics we will

cover in this chapter?

Tell the time by the sequence of a day.

Name of days in a week in order.

Name of months in a year in order.

Number of days in each month.

Calendar reading.

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

(A) Evening (B) Night (C) Morning (D) Afternoon

2. How many days are there in 3 weeks?

(A)

14 (B) 7 (C) 21 (D)

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3. If only all Saturdays and July 2013

Sundays are holidays, then in Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

the month of July 2013 how 1 2 3 4 5 6

many holidays will we get? 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

14 15 16 17 18 19 20

(A) 9 (B) 7 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

(C) 13 (D) 8 28 29 30 31

(A) Sunday (B) Saturday (C) Tuesday (D) Friday

Class 1 31

5. In the year 2012, February had ______ days.

(A)

30 (B) 31 (C) 29 (D) 28

6. Which activity do you do in the morning?

(A) (B)

Sleeping Bathing

School

(C) (D)

from school

7. Which day of the week is always a holiday?

(A) Tuesday (B) Sunday (C) Friday (D) Thursday

8. How many months of a year have 30 days?

(A)

4 (B) 6 (C) 5 (D) 8

9. What is the 10th month of a year ?

(A) July (B) October

(C) August (D) September

fourth Sunday of March 20XX, then S M T W Th F S

when will Kartik celebrate his birthday? 1 2 3 4 5 6

(A) March 28 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

(B) March 27 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

21 22 23 24 25 26 27

(C) March 26

28 29 30 31

(D) March 29

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11. _____ comes after July and before November.

(A) January (B) December (C) June (D) September

12. Which of the following months comes just before the ninth

month of a year?

(A) August (B) September (C) October (D) July

13. Which month has neither 31 days nor 30 days?

(A) March (B) May (C) June (D) February

14. How many months lie between second and tenth month of a year?

(A)

6 (B) 5 (C) 4 (D) 7

15. Which activity do you do at night?

(A) (B)

(C) (D)

Playing Picnic

EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

16. Which date is just after the third Tuesday October 20XX

of October 20XX? S M T W Th F S

1 2

(A) October 19 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

(B) October 18 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

(C) October 20 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

24 25 26 27 28 29 30

(D) October 27 31

Class 1 33

17. We go to bed when stars are shining in the sky. It must be ______.

(A) Evening (B) Night (C) Afternoon (D) Morning

18. The minute hand is pointing at _____ minutes.

(A) 7 (B) 35

(C) 70 (D) 20

19. Which activity can be done in 1 minute?

(A) Painting a wall (B) Sharpening a pencil

(C) Playing football (D) Going to school

20. Which activity do you do in the evening?

(A) (B)

Bathing Playing

(C) (D)

before third Friday of August Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

20XX, then on which day will 1 2

he celebrate his birthday? 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

10 11 12 13 14 15 16

(A) 12th August

17 18 19 20 21 22 23

(B) 11th August

24 25 26 27 28 29 30

(C) 5th August

31

(D) 4th August

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22. If day before yesterday was Thursday, then day after

tomorrow will be ______.

(A) Friday (B) Monday

(C) Saturday (D) Sunday

activities in a day?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

24. If a month has 28 days, then how many weeks will be there

in that month?

(A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 5 (D) 4

Class 1 35

25. Sonika’s examination started December 20XX

on second of this month and Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

lasted for 14 days excluding 1 2

Sundays. Her examination 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

10 11 12 13 14 15 16

finished on ______.

17 18 19 20 21 22 23

(A) Sunday

24 25 26 27 28 29 30

(B) Monday

31

(C) Saturday

(D) Friday

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1. A B C D 8. A B C D 15. A B C D 22. A B C D

2. A B C D 9. A B C D 16. A B C D 23. A B C D

5. A B C D 12. A B C D 19. A B C D

6. A B C D 13. A B C D 20. A B C D

7. A B C D 14. A B C D 21. A B C D

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CHAPTER

6 Money

Do You Know

What topics we will

cover in this chapter?

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

(A) ` 20

(B) ` 50 SPECIMEN SPECIMEN SPECIMEN SPECIMEN

(C) ` 35

(D) ` 55

2. Which one of the following sets of coins/notes is worth 75 rupees?

(A) SPECIMEN 20 SPECIMEN 20 SPECIMEN 20

(C) SPECIMEN 50

10 5 (D) SPECIMEN 50

Class 1 37

3. _______ is enough to buy this toy.

(A) ` 10 (B) ` 20

(C) ` 100 (D) ` 25

of coins can he take?

(A) 1 1 5 (B) 5 1

2 2 2

(C) 5 1 (D) 1

2 2 2

5. How much amount is shown below?

6. Which toy has the maximum cost?

(A) SPECIMEN

(B) SPECIMEN 100

SPECIMEN

500 EN

CIM

SPE

(A) ` 72

(B) ` 82 SPECIMEN

(C) ` 12

SPECIMEN

(D) ` 62

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9. Joy pays ` 70 for the and _________ .

(A) (B)

(C) (D)

` 55

10. Hridaan wants to buy . He has ` 40. How much

(A) ` 15 (B) ` 10 (C) ` 5 (D) ` 12

answer the following questions.

` 2 ` 5 ` 1 ` 3 ` 1 ` 2

11. How much do you have to pay to buy an ice-cream and two

toffees?

(A) ` 5 (B) ` 3 (C) ` 7 (D) ` 6

12. How much do you have to pay to buy three pencils and a

sharpener?

(A) ` 6 (B) ` 4 (C) ` 3 (D) ` 5

Class 1 39

13. Which one of the following shows the greatest amount?

(A) SPECIMEN

5 SPECIMEN

5

1

(B) SPECIMEN

5

5

2 2

N

N

IME

IME

EC

EC

SP

SP

(D) 1

2 2

N

N

IME

IME

EC

EC

SP

SP

(A) 8 (B) 80 (C) 10 (D) 4

15. Which of the following items can be bought from the given

amount of money?

` 105

` 150

(A) (B)

` 125 ` 200

(C) (D)

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EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

` 5 to Atharva. How much money is left with Aditya now?

(A) ` 10 (B) ` 15 (C) ` 5 (D) ` 20

the following toys can she buy?

(A) (B)

` 120

(C) (D)

18. If one pencil costs ` 20, how much money does Riya need to

pay for 2 pencils?

(A) ` 35 (B) ` 30 (C) ` 40 (D) ` 20

How much money will he get back?

(A) ` 2 (B) ` 10

(C) ` 5 (D) ` 1

` 25

(A) (B)

(C) (D)

Class 1 41

ACHIEVERS SECTION (HOTS)

her is ____.

` 15 ` 10 `5 ` 10

will make up ` 85?

(A) 8 ten-rupees coins and 1 five-rupees coin

(B) 1 fifty-rupees note, 1 twenty-rupees note, 1 ten-rupees note

and 1 five-rupees coin

(C) 4 twenty-rupees notes and 1 five-rupees coin

(D) 1 fifty-rupees note, 3 ten-rupee notes

23. One doll costs ` 20. Find the maximum number of dolls Mitali

can buy for ` 90.

(A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5

24. Study the following currency and select the incorrect statement.

(B) Total amount shown here is ` 130.

(C) ` 10 is the smallest currency note.

(D) ` 20 is three times bigger than ` 10.

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25. Aditya has ` 200. He wants to

purchase four similar items.

Which item can he purchase

from this shop, so that he has

no money left with him? Toy shop

(A) Car 0

0 `9 ` 65

`5

(B) Bat

` 55

(C) Ball

(D) Doll

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2. A B C D 9. A B C D 16. A B C D 23. A B C D

5. A B C D 12. A B C D 19. A B C D

6. A B C D 13. A B C D 20. A B C D

7. A B C D 14. A B C D 21. A B C D

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CHAPTER

7 Geometrical Shapes

Do You Know

What topics we will

cover in this chapter?

I

dentify the shapes and solids by their names and

drawings.

Properties of shapes ‘rolling, sliding’.

Identify the solid objects used to draw a shape.

Identify the shape to be used in the formation of a solid.

Counting the shapes and solids in a figure.

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

(A) Rectangle (B) Triangle

(C) Circle (D) Square

triangles.

(A) 2 (B) 3

(C) 4 (D) 0

(A) P, Q, R, S

(B) Q, R, P, S

(C) S, P, R, Q

(D) Q, R, S, P

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4. Total number of circles in the given figure is ______.

(A) 12

(B) 11

(C) 16

(D) 15

(A) (B)

(C) (D)

(A)

7 (B)

8 (C)

9 (D)

10

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8. can be traced using _______.

(A) Cone

(B) Cylinder

(C) Sphere

(D) Cuboid

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

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13. _______ looks like a cube.

(A) Triangle, Rectangle (B) Circle, Oval

(C) Rectangle, Circle (D) Oval, Triangle

EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

(A)

4 (B) 3 (C) 5 (D) 0

figure is used by teachers to write.

The shape of the board is _______.

(A) Triangular

(B) Rectangular

(C) Star (D) Diamond

(A) Shape of chalk piece is cylindrical

(B) Birthday party caps are cone-shaped

(C) A door is mostly rectangular in shape

(D) A window is always curved.

drawing. Which of the following could be Sonu’s drawing?

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(A) (B)

(C) (D)

(A) P (B) Q (C) R (D) S

_______.

(A) 13

(B) 9

(C) 15

(D) 18

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22. In which of the following groups the shape can be placed?

Group P Group Q Group R Group S

(C) P, Q and S (D) P, Q, R and S

23. Select the correct match of the shape that can be drawn,

using the given solid object.

(A) – (B) –

(C) – (D) –

24. There are _______ straight and _______ curved lines in the

given figure.

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25. Match the shapes in column-1 with their names in column-2.

Column-1 Column-2

P. (1) Triangle

Q. (2) Square

R. (3) Circle

S. (4) Rectangle

(B) P (2); Q (3); R (1); S (4)

(C) P (2); Q (3); R (4); S (1)

(D) P (3); Q (2); R (4); S (1)

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1. A B C D 8. A B C D 15. A B C D 22. A B C D

2. A B C D 9. A B C D 16. A B C D 23. A B C D

5. A B C D 12. A B C D 19. A B C D

6. A B C D 13. A B C D 20. A B C D

7. A B C D 14. A B C D 21. A B C D

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CHAPTER

8 Logical Reasoning

Do You Know

What topics we will

cover in this chapter?

Next term in the number pattern

Number pattern

Missing term in the number pattern

Next figure in the figure pattern

Figure pattern

Missing figure in the figure pattern

Comparison

Inside/outside; Rolling/sliding; on/under; above/below;

top/bottom etc.

Measuring units.

F

inding the odd term/figure.

Identifying the shape to complete the given figure pattern.

Ranking test : Left/right/first/last

A

nalogy : Finding the relation between given pair of

figures or terms to find the missing figure or term.

G

rouping : Making the groups of objects, Identifying

the group in which given shape lies.

(A) (B)

(C) (D)

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2. If Sonu’s summer holidays started June 20XX

from 2nd Friday of June 20XX, then S M T W Th F S

on which date did Sonu’s summer 1 2 3 4

holidays start? 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

(A) 10th June

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

(B) 11th June

26 27 28 29 30

(C) 17th June

(D) 16th June

3. 6th ice-cream is before ice-cream ____________.

(A) E

(B) D

(C) G

(D) B st

1 ice-cream

4. Shape missing in the given figure is ____________.

(A) Triangle

(B) Circle

(C) Rectangle

(D) Square

5. Select the figure that is same as the given Figure (X).

(A) (B)

(C) (D)

to buy the chocolate.

(A) One, Four

2

(B) Two, Two `1

(C) Three, Two

(D) Two, Four

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7. Which figure will complete the given figure?

(A) (B)

(C) (D)

10 15 20 25 30 35 ?

(A)

45 (B)

50 (C)

55 (D)

40

rectangle?

(A) (B)

P Q R S

LAST

(A) S (B) R (C) Q (D) P

11. Identify the object which is under the table and can slide also.

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

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12. Complete the number pattern.

circles are there in the given figure?

(A) 29

(B) 26

(C) 25

(D) 27

(A)

5 (B)

3 (C)

4 (D)

6

R P P

P

(A) P (B) Q

(C) R (D) Can’t be determined

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16. Find the odd one out.

(A) 8

(B) 6

(C) 7

(D) 5

19. Which letter is fourth from the left end in the given word?

Right

(A) (B)

(C)

(D)

(A) Tuesday (B) Wednesday

(C) Thursday (D) Sunday

brick.

P Q R S

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22. Select the odd one out.

branch.

(A) 9 (B) 3

(C) 7 (D) 6

(A) P and Q (B) Q and R (C) P and R (D) P, Q and R

(A) (B)

(C) (D)

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1. A B C D 8. A B C D 15. A B C D 22. A B C D

2. A B C D 9. A B C D 16. A B C D 23. A B C D

5. A B C D 12. A B C D 19. A B C D

6. A B C D 13. A B C D 20. A B C D

7. A B C D 14. A B C D 21. A B C D

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MATHEMATICS OLYMPIAD

Each question in Achievers Section carries 2 marks,

whereas all other questions carry one mark each.

LOGICAL REASONING

C. Growing pattern D. Repeating pattern

A. B.

C.

D.

A. On

B. Above

C. Under

D. Below

figure.

A. 0

B. 3

C. 2

D. 1

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5. Which of the following letters is second from the left end in

the given word?

olyMpiad Right

A.

A B. C.

D.

L I P

6. Which number will complete the given number pattern?

10 15 20 30

5 ?

A.

25 B.

21 C.

29 D.

35

A. Rinki B. Garima

C. Sanchi D. Can’t be determined

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9. Arrange the following activities in the order in which they

should be followed during a day.

A. (2) → (4) → (1) → (3) B. (1) → (2) → (3) → (4)

C. (2) → (3) → (1) → (4) D. (3) → (4) → (2) → (1)

september 20XX

of September 20XX, then on which date S M T W Th F S

will he celebrate his birthday? 1 2 3

A. 23 rd

September 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

B. 29th September 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

C. 28th September 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

D. 21st September 25 26 27 28 29 30

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

11. Which of the following parts gives the answer greater than 20?

12+10 8+9

P

Q

R S

14+5 8+8

A. Q B. P C. R D. S

A. 14 – 3 = 1 B. 9 – 0 = 0

C. 12 – 12 = 0 D. 7 – 1 = 8

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13. shows _______ .

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

A. 8 – 6 = 2 B. 8 – 7 = 1 C. 8 – 2 = 6 D. 8 + 6 = 14

given figure?

A. Sixteen

B. Seventeen

C. Eighteen

D. Fifteen

pens?

A. 50 B. 10

C. 20 D. 25

A. B. C. D.

T O T O T O T O

17. Select the correct match.

A.

B.

C.

D.

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18. How many more flowers should be ‘ ’ to show the given

subtraction sentence?

‘22 – 16’

A.

3 B.

4 C.

2 D.

1

in ascending order. 36 45 26 55

A. R, P, Q, S

B. P, Q, R, S

C. S, Q, P, R

D. S, R, Q, P P Q R S

20. Which of the following options will balance the given scale?

1 kg

2 kg 2 kg

5 kg 5 kg

?

A. B. C. D.

18 kg 15 kg 12 kg 10 kg

EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

Nitika’s weight is 53 kg, then find the weight of Priya.

A. 58 kg B. 48 kg C. 55 kg D. 60 kg

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22. If Rajeev removes 4 bottles from the given bottles, then the

remaining number of bottles will be _________.

A.

28 B.

22 C.

16 D.

24

A. 18 B. 6

C. 16 D. 17

many flew away, if 4 birds are left on the branch?

A.

9 B.

7 C.

8 D.

6

25. The lengths of Sam’s and Trishu’s pencils are shown here.

Find the total length of their pencils.

Trishu's pencil

Sam's pencil

1 = 1 unit

A. 10 units B. 14 units

C. 12 units D. 13 units

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26. Bunny sells 4 oranges on Monday and 5 oranges on Tuesday.

Nidhi sells 12 oranges on Monday and 5 oranges on Tuesday.

How many oranges do they sell altogether on Monday?

A.

16 B.

26 C.

17 D.

25

27. Manya has ` 90. Which of the following things can she buy,

if she spends all her money?

` 40

` 50

` 20 ` 20

A. + B. +

` 70 ` 60

` 20 ` 20

C. + D. +

28. Rinki wants to tie the given crayons in groups of 4. How many

equal groups can be formed?

A. 5 B. 6

C. 4 D. 7

less books did Mini buy than Kavleen?

A. 29 B. 48

C. 64 D. 32

30. Aman scored 16 runs. Mihir scored 12 runs more than Aman.

How many runs did they score altogether?

A. 28 B. 26

C. 30 D. 44

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ACHIEVERS SECTION

A. The difference between

the number of apples

of Reeti and Reetu is

8. Reeti Reetu Reeta Reema

B. The difference between

the number of apples of Reetu and Reeta is 4.

C. The difference between the number of apples of Reema and

Reetu is 7.

D. The difference between the number of apples of Reeti and

Reeta is 2.

ate 4 candies. How many candies are left with him now?

A.

6 B.

16 C.

8 D.

10

33. One teddy bear costs ` 30. How many such teddy bears can

Trishika buy for ` 100?

A. 5 B. 3 C. 4 D. 6

Column 1 Column 2

(a) 34 + 53 p. 47

(b) 12 + 25 q. 57

(c) 21 + 36 r. 37

(d) 22 + 25 s. 87

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A. (a) → q, (b) → p, (c) → r, (d) → s

B. (a) → s, (b) → r, (c) → q, (d) → p

C. (a) → s, (b) → q, (c) → r, (d) → p

D. (a) → q, (b) → s, (c) → r, (d) → p

Bird (1) is before the bird Q, bird (2) is after the

bird R and bird R is (3) the bird S.

P Q R S

(1) (2) (3)

A. Q R Before

B. P S After

C. P S Before

D. Q R After

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Hints & Explanations

1 Number Sense 5. (D) : The correct match for option

(D) is

1. (B) : The number which comes in

between 72 and 74 is 73 43 Forty three.

2. (D) : Counting by 2’s means adding 6. (B) : Descending order of 40, 30,

2 to the previous number. So, if 10, 20 is 40, 30, 20, 10

we start from number 0, then 7. (D) : Number of balloons = 8

+2 +2 +2 So, the abacus which shows 0

beads at tens place and 8 beads

at ones place is the answer.

8. (B) : The number which comes

3. (B) : The number that Latika holds

before 58 and after 56 is 57

= 2 tens 3 ones = 23

The number that Rohan holds 9. (D) : The number on the tree is

= 2 tens 4 ones = 24 Thirty nine.

The number that Meeku holds 10. (D) : The abacus has 4 beads at

= 3 tens 2 ones = 32 tens place and 7 beads at ones

The number that Priya holds place.

= 3 tens 0 ones = 30 Hence, the number has 4 tens

Largest number = 32 7 ones.

So, Meeku holds the largest

number. 11. (B) : The number line represents

counting by 4’s, since 4 is being

4. (B) : Place 9 beads at ones place added to the previous number.

and 2 beads at tens place as shown. +4 +4 +4

So, the number comes to be 29

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

9

8 12. (A) : Jar in option (A) has 4 candies.

7

6 Jar in option (B) has 6 candies.

5

4

Jar in option (C) has 8 candies.

3 Jar in option (D) has 5 candies.

2

1

2

1

So, Jar in option (A) has least

T O number of candies.

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13. (C) : Option (C) shows Fifteen 23. (D) : P. 2 tens 6 ones = 26

marbles. Q. 3 tens 4 ones = 34

So, option (C) is INCORRECT. R. 4 tens 3 ones = 43

14. (D) : The given set has six dots. So, P → (2); Q → (3); R → (1).

Option (A) contains 5 flowers. 24. (D) : Jumps by 3’s means adding

Option (B) contains 6 stars. 3 to the previous number. So, if

Option (C) contains 6 marbles. the frog starts from number 0,

Option (D) contains 7 balls. then

So, option (D) has more objects +3 +3

than the given set of dots.

15. (C) : The number lying between 0 1 2 3 4 5 6

30 and 40 and having 7 at ones 25. (C) : 1 m o r e t h a n 5 6 m e a n s

place is 37 1 + 56 = 57

So, rabbit in option (C) represents So, abacus which shows 5 beads

37. at tens place and 7 beads at ones

16. (B) : Number greater than 5 place is the answer.

but less than 7 is 6. Tree in Hence, option (C) shows the number

option (B) has 6 mangoes. 57.

17. (A) : She has 4 flowers and 3 2 Addition

ice-creams. So, flowers are more

than ice-creams. 1. (D) : P. 8 Q. 20 R. 12 S. 13

18. (B) : There are 8 birds in the +9 +2 +7 +5

given picture. 17 22 19 18

19. (B) : Bucket in option (B) has So, the order is 22, 19, 18, 17 or

least quantity of liquid. Q, R, S, P.

20. (D) : Ria has 4 apples. 2. (A) :

Radhika has 6 apples. 7

6

Rupal has 8 apples. 5

4 = 73, = 12

Rupali has 6 apples. 3 3

2 2 2

So, Rupal has the maximum number 1 1 1 1

of apples.

21. (D) : Option (D) has 19 cookies. So, 73 + 12 = 85

So, option (D) is INCORRECT. 3. (B) : 10

22. (B) : Cap P is before cap Q. +0

Cap T is after cap S. Cap R is 10

between the cap Q and cap S . Addition of zero does not change

Cap S is before the cap T. the number.

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4. (C) : ( A ) 2 0 o n e s + 3 t e n s 11. (B) : 8

= 20 + 30 = 50 + 7

(B) 2 tens + 3 tens = 20 + 30 = 50 15

(C) 2 tens + 3 ones = 20 + 3 = 23

So, the missing number is 7

(D) 2 ones + 3 tens = 2 + 30 = 32

Hence, option (C) complete the 12. (D) : Number of flowers in set Q

given number bond. = 12

5. (A) : Number of flowers in box P Number of flowers in set R = 23

= 8 Total number of flowers in set Q

Number of flowers in box Q = 5 and set R = 12 + 23 = 35

Total number of flowers = 8 + 5 13. (A) : Number of flowers in set P

= 13 = 14

6. (D) : 43 + 36 = 79 Number of flowers in set Q and

7. (D) : (A) 50 (B) 50 (C) 60 (D) 50 set R = 35

+6 +9 +12 +3 Total number of flowers in set P,

56 59 72 53 set Q and set R = 14 + 35 = 49

The smallest number among 56, 14. (C) : 73 + 22 = 95

59, 72 and 53 is 53

So, option (C) is Incorrect.

So, 50+3 is the smallest value.

15. (D) : (A) 13 + 16 = 29

8. (A) :

Ist jump IInd jump

(B) 17 + 11 = 28

(3 steps) (2 steps) (C) 23 + 12 = 35

(D) 24 + 20 = 44

44 is greater than 35. Hence,

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 option (D) is correct.

So, boy reaches at 5 point.

th

+3

14 Number of = 4

To represent 14, we should have

4 beads in ones place and 1 bead

in tens place in the abacus. Number of = 20

So, abacus in option (C) shows 14 Total number of animals

10. (B) : = 5 + 4 + 20 = 29

= 43, = 35 17. (D) : Number of candies Rahul

has = 34

T O T O Number of candies Rahul bought

So, 43 + 35 = 78 = 5

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Total number of candies (B) 3 tens + 4 ones = 30 + 4 = 34

= 34 + 5 = 39 (Correct)

(C) 14 ones + 5 ones = 14 + 5 = 19

18. (A) : Number of boys = 13

(Incorrect)

Number of girls = 42 (D) 22 ones + 6 ones = 22 + 6 = 28

So, total number of children (Incorrect)

= 13 + 42 = 55

25. (B) : Number of bananas Riya has

19. (B) : Number of hens = 8 = 4

Number of chicks = 4 Number of oranges Riya has

Total number of birds = 8 + 4 = 12 = 6 + 4 = 10

Number of apples Riya has

20. (C) : Number of cupcakes bought

= 3 + 10 = 13

on Monday = 12 Total number of fruits Riya has

Number of cupcakes bought on = 4 + 10 + 13 = 27

Tuesday = 10

Number of cupcakes bought on 3 Subtraction

Wednesday = 34 1. (C) : 8 – 3 = 5

Total number of cupcakes bought

2. (B) : Total number of apples = 22

= 12 + 10 + 34 = 56

Number of apples crossed = 9

21. (D) : Number of stickers = 48 So, given picture represents

Number of children = 4 22 – 9 = 13

3. (A) : 2 tens 4 ones = 24

1 ten 2 ones = 12

So, 24 – 12 = 12

4. (D) : 25 – 12 = 13

So, each child receive 12 stickers. Abacus in option (D) shows

25 – 12 = 13

22. (A) : 1 1

5. (C) : Greatest number = 98

+2 3

Smallest number = 17

3 4 So, required difference

Hence, P = 1 and Q = 3 = 98 – 17 = 81

23. (B) : 7 more than 10 is, 10 + 7 = 17 6. (A) : 7 less than 12 is 12 – 7 = 5

7. (B) :

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

80 + 2 = 82 (Incorrect)

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Hence, 6 ice-creams should be So, option (B) gives same value as

crossed to show 8 ice-creams 10 – 2

uncrossed.

16. (D) : Number of cookies Akansha

8. (A) : 78 bought = 35

-63 Number of cookies she gave to

15 her brother = 12

9. (C) : Total number of flowers Number of cookies left with her

= 27 = 2 tens 7 ones = 35 – 12 = 23

Number of flowers crossed 17. (C) : Number of blue buttons = 12

= 5 = 5 ones Number of yellow buttons = 5

So, 2 tens 7 ones – 5 ones is the Number of yellow buttons required

correct subtraction sentence. = 12 – 5 = 7

10. (D) 18. (B) : Number of frogs in the

11. (B) : 47 – 24 = 23 pond = 7

12. (C) : Option (C) is incorrect Number of frogs jumped out from

because 73 – 21 = 52 the pond = 2

Number of frogs left in the pond

13. (A) : For subtraction sentence = 7 – 2 = 5

“18 – 9”, 9 balloons should be

crossed. 19. (A) : Number of candies in the

6 balloons are already crossed. box = 12

So, 3 more balloons should be Number of candies Tanmay ate = 8

crossed. Number of candies left = 12 – 8

= 4

14. (B) : (A) 62 ones – 20 ones

= 62 – 20 = 42 20. (A) : Number of marbles Sonia

(B) 4 tens 2 ones – 3 tens has = 90

= 42 – 30 = 12 Total number of marbles she gave

(C) 3 tens 2 ones – 2 ones to Sneha and Tanu = 25 + 15 = 40

= 32 – 2 = 30 Number of marbles left with Sonia

(D) 5 tens 9 ones – 3 tens 2 ones = 90 – 40 = 50

= 59 – 32 = 27 21. (B) : 8 9

So, option (B) has the value less - 5 3

than '27' 3 6

15. (B) : We have, 10 – 2 = 8 So, X = 8 and Y = 9

(A) 12 – 2 = 10

(B) 12 – 4 = 8 22. (D) : (1) represents 8 – 3

(C) 10 – 4 = 6 (2) represents 9 – 2

(D) 15 – 5 =10 (3) represent 7 – 3

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(4) represents 9 – 5

(1) → c, (2) → d, (3) → a, (4) → b ⇒ = 13 units

23. (C) : (A) represents 10 + 5

= 20 – 10 which shows 15 = 10

5. (C) : Length of strip P = 3

(Incorrect)

Length of strip Q = 3

(B) represents 10 + 5

Length of strip R = 4

= 10 – 10 which shows 15 = 0

Length of strip S = 5

(Incorrect)

So, strip S is the longest.

(C) represents 10 + 5

= 20 – 5 which shows 15 = 15 6. (B) : 1 represents 1 foot.

(Correct) Number of between two

(D) represents 10 + 5 trees = 8

= 20 – 15 which shows 15 = 5 Therefore, distance between two

(Incorrect) trees is 8 feet.

24. (B) : 49 – 10 = 39 7. (D) : 1 = 2 .

Abacus (B) represents 3 tens 9 Therefore, height of Penguin

ones = 39 = 7 = 14

So, option (B) is correct. 8. (D) : Length of pencil

25. (C) : 7 P 3 = 3 Q 1 = (12 – 3) cm = 9 cm

Length of strip P (9 – 1) cm = 8 cm

7 – 3 = 3 + 1

Length of strip Q (11 – 4) cm = 7 cm

4 = 4

Length of strip R (11 – 3) cm = 8 cm

So, option (C) is correct.

Length of strip S (11 – 2) cm = 9 cm

4 Lengths, Weights and Comparisons So, strip S is as long as pencil.

string. measured in Kilograms.

Q. Length of door is measured in

2. (B) metres.

3. (A) : Nail is thinner than pen. R. Capacity of bucket is measured

in litres.

4. (B) : = 1 unit

So, P → (2); Q → (3); R → (1)

10. (D) : 1 = 1 unit

+2 = 15

Hence, length of axe = 8

= 8 units

11. (A) : Cup P is the shortest.

⇒ + 2 units = 15 units

12. (C) : In option (C), the weighing

balance is more downward for ball

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2 than ball 1. Therefore, ball 1 is 22. (D) : We have,

lighter than ball 2.

2 + 2 = 4 +

13. (D) : Mona is taller than Ali but

shorter than Ella.

So, = 2

14. (C) : 1 represents 1 span.

Hence, length of tape = 13 But weight of = 1 unit

= 13 span

Hence, weight of = 2 units

15. (C)

16. (D) : Weight of Tarun = 26 kg 23. (A) : Wire P is the shortest and

Kirti's weight is 5 kg less than S is the longest.

Tarun's weight 24. (D)

Hence, weight of Kirti = (26 – 5) kg

= 21 kg 25. (D) : Height of Paritosh = 130 cm

Total height he needs to reach

17. (A) : Length of first comb = 150 cm

= 4 = 4 units So, most suitable height for the

Length of second comb stool = (150 – 130) = 20 cm

= 5 = 5 units

Total length of both the combs 5 Time

= 4 units + 5 units = 9 units 1. (C) : We wake up to go to school

18. (A) : Weight of 1 bag of flour in the morning.

= 2kg 2. (C) : Number of days in 1 week

Weight of 5 bags of flour = 7

= (2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2) kg = 10kg So, number of days in 3 weeks

19. (D) : Height of Amit = 120 cm = 7 + 7+ 7 = 21

Bat should be 30 cm shorter than 3. (D) : Holidays in the month of

Amit's height. July will fall on 6, 7, 13, 14, 20,

So, length of bat = (120 – 30) cm 21, 27 and 28

= 90 cm Hence, number of holidays = 8

20. (C) : Weight of one doll = 10 4. (B) :

marbles

Weight of two dolls = 10 marbles Today Yesterday Day

+ 10 marbles = 20 marbles before

yesterday

21. (D) : Tree Q is taller than tree

R and shorter than tree P. Tree Monday Sunday Saturday

R is the shortest and tree S is So, day before yesterday was

the tallest. Saturday.

72 IMO WorkBook

5. (C) : 2012 was leap year. Date just after 19th October is

So, february had 29 days in year 20th October.

2012. 17. (B)

6. (B)

18. (B)

7. (B) : Sunday is always a holiday.

19. (B) : Sharpening a pencil can be

8. (A) : 4 months of a year has done in 1 minute.

30 days. Which are April, June,

20. (B) : We play in the evening.

September and November.

21. (A) : Third Friday is on 15th August.

9. (B) : The 10th month of a year is

October. 3 Days before 15 th August is

12th August.

10. (B) : Fourth Sunday of March is So, Varun celebrates his birthday

on 28th March. on 12th August.

Just before 28 th March is 27 th

March. 22. (B)

So, Kartik will be celebrating his Day Day

before Yesterday Today Tomorrow after

birthday on March 27. yesterday tomorrow

11. (D) : September comes after July Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday

12. (A) : Ninth month of a year is 24. (D) : Number of days in 1 week

September. = 7

The month that comes just before

If a month has 28 days

September is August.

= (7 + 7 + 7 + 7) days = 4 weeks.

13. (D) : February has either 28 days So, there will be 4 weeks.

or 29 days. So it has neither

25. (B) : S o n i k a ' s e x a m i n a t i o n

30 days nor 31 days.

starts on 2nd of December which

14. (D) : The second month of a year is Friday. Her exams lasts for

is February and the tenth month 14 days excluding Sundays. So,

of a year is October. The months her examination finishes on

which lies between February and 18th of December which is Monday.

October are March, April, May,

June, July, August and September. 6 Money

Which are 7 in number.

1. (D) : Amount shown

15. (A) : We sleep at night. = ` 20 + ` 20 + ` 10 + ` 5 = ` 55

16. (C) : Third Tuesday of October 2. (B) : Amount shown in option (A)

is on 19th October. = ` 20 + ` 20 + ` 20 + ` 5 = `65

Class 1 73

Amount shown in option (B) 11. (C) : Cost of an ice-cream = ` 5

= ` 50 + ` 20 + ` 5 = ` 75 Cost of toffee = ` 1

Amount shown in option (C) Cost of 2 toffees = ` 1 + ` 1 = ` 2

= ` 50 + ` 10 + ` 5 = ` 65 So, total amount to pay to buy an

Amount shown in option (D) ice-cream and 2 toffees

= ` 50 + ` 5 + ` 5 + ` 5 = ` 65 = `5 + `2 = `7

So, option (B) shows an amount 12. (D) : Cost of 1 pencil = ` 1

worth ` 75 Cost of 3 pencils = ` 1 + ` 1 ` 1

3. (C) : The cost of the toy is ` 50, = ` 3

so one should have money equal to Cost of one sharpener = ` 2

or more than ` 50 to buy the toy. Total amount to pay for buying

Therefore amount in option (C) is 3 pencils and a sharpener

enough to buy the given toy. = ` 3 + ` 2 = ` 5

(B) ` 5

(B) ` 5 + ` 2 + ` 2 + ` 1 = ` 10

(C) ` 10 + ` 5 + ` 2 = ` 17

(C) ` 5 + ` 2 + ` 1 = ` 8

(D) ` 2 + ` 2 + ` 2 + ` 2 + ` 1 = ` 9

(D) ` 2 + ` 2 + ` 1 = ` 5

So, option (C) shows the greatest

Hence, option (B) is correct.

amount.

5. (A) : Amount shown

14. (A) : ` 80 = ` 10 + ` 10 + ` 10 +

= ` 5 + ` 50 + ` 100 = ` 155 ` 10 + ` 10 + ` 10 + ` 10 + ` 10

6. (A) : Toy in option (A) costs the So, 8 ten-rupee notes makes ` 80

most. 15. (B) : Given amount = ` 50 + ` 50

7. (A) : ` 20 is less than ` 50 + ` 20 = ` 120

Among the options only toy car

8. (D) : Amount shown

costs less than ` 120

= ` 50 + ` 10 + ` 2 = ` 62

So, toy car can be bought from

9. (B) : Amount Joy pays = ` 70 the given amount of money.

Cost of doll = ` 50 16. (A) : Total amount Aditya had

Amount left with him = ` 20

= ` 70 – ` 50 = ` 20 Total amount he gave to Aastha

He is left with ` 20. and Atharva = ` 5 + ` 5 = ` 10

So, he can buy the pencil box. So, amount left with Aditya

10. (A) : Cost of the toy = ` 55 = ` 20 – ` 10 = ` 10

Amount of money Hridaan has 17. (B) : Amount Mona's father gave

= ` 40 her = ` 100

So, amount of money Hridaan She can buy the toy which costs

needed to buy the toy ` 100 or less than ` 100.

= ` 55 – ` 40 = ` 15 So, she can buy the toy in option (B)

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18. (C) : Cost of 1 pencil = ` 20 Cost of 4 cars = ` 50 + ` 50 +

Hence, amount Riya needs to pay ` 50 + ` 50 = ` 200

for 2 pencils = ` 20 + ` 20 = ` 40 So, Aditya can purchase four cars,

19. (C) : Money given by Mohan to so, that he has no money left.

buy the toy = ` 20 7 Geometrical Shapes

Cost of toy = ` 15

Amount of money he gets back 1. (C) : The shaded part in the figure

= ` 20 – ` 15 = ` 5 is circle.

20. (A) : Amount Rahul has = ` 20 2. (D) : There are 3 circles in the

He cannot buy the toy costs more clown’s cap and 1 circle in clown’s

than ` 20 face. So, there are total 4 circles.

So, he cannot buy the toy in And total number of triangles = 4

option (A) 3. (B) : The order of balls from

21. (B) : Total amount Sheetal has biggest to smallest is Q, R, P, S.

= ` 35 4. (C)

Cost of pencil = ` 15 Outside

Cost of eraser = ` 5 Inside

Cost of packet of chips = ` 10 5. (C) :

Amount spent by Sheetal

= ` 15 + ` 5 + ` 10 = ` 30

So, money left with her

6. (A) : Triangle is a plane figure with

= ` 35 – ` 30 = ` 5

3 straight lines. The only figure

22. (B) : Option (B) represents least present in the question with 3

number of coins/notes that will

make up ` 85 straight lines is .

Amount of money Mitali has = ` 90 7. (B) : 2 3

` 90 = ` 20 + ` 20 + ` 20 + ` 20 1 4

+ ` 10 5 6

So, Mitali can buy maximum 4 dolls

in ` 90 7

because ` 20 is two times bigger

than ` 10. The number of circles in the figure

= 8

25. (A) : Total Amount Aditya has

= ` 200 8. (C) : Circle can be traced using

Cost of one car = ` 50 Cylinder.

Class 1 75

10

9. (D) : Cylinder is which is 1 2 8

13

7

6

similar to . 3 9

5 12 11

4

10. (D) : 24. (D) : Number of straight lines = 35

Cone Cylinder Sphere Cuboid

Number of curved lines = 10

So, clearly cuboid is not shown in

the given figure. 25. (C) : P. Square

11. (C) : 'Rectangle' is unshaded .

Q. Circle

12. (B) : is on the table.

13. (B)

R. Rectangle

14. (A) : Rectangle is not shown in

the given figures.

15. (A) : The arrow is made S. Triangle

up of a triangle and a rectangle.

8 Logical Reasoning

16. (D)

1. (D) : The pattern repeat itself

17. (B) : The shape of board shown after 4 th figure. So, the next

in figure is rectangular.

18. (D) : The shape of window is not figures are

always curved.

19. (B) : Option (B) has 5 squares,

2. (A) : 2 nd friday is on 10 th June.

4 triangles and 2 rectangles. So,

So, Sonu's summer holidays starts

option (B) is Sonu's drawing.

from 10th June.

20. (B) : Since, the shape of a ring

3. (C) : 6th ice-cream is ice-cream F

is circle, so John will put the ring

and it is before ice-cream G.

in group Q.

4. (D) :

21. (A) : is called a triangle and Rectangle

Triangle

is called a square. Circle

squares in the boxes are 13 the figure.

76 IMO WorkBook

5. (B) : Figure in option (B) is same Total number of squares and circles

as Figure (X). = 17 + 10 = 27

6. (B) 14. (A) :

7. (B) :

+5 +5 +5 +5 +5 +5 strawberries in each.

9. (B) : 15. (B) : The order of balls from

R heaviest to lightest is R, P and Q

So, Q is the lightest.

10. (A) : Gift S is the first gift.

16. (B) : Except option (B), number

11. (C) : is under the table and of lines inside the figure is equal

to number of sides of the figure.

sliding also.

17. (B)

12. (C) : The pattern followed as

13. (D) :

C10 inner shape large and become

outer shape, outer shape reduce

C9

in size and become inner shape.

S13

C8

S14

S11

S16 S17

C1

19. (C) :

S10 S15 S12 S1 Left

S9 C4 C6 S2 Hence, is the fourth from the

S8

C5 C7

S3

left end.

20. (B) : Yesterday Today Tomorrow

C3 C2

S7 S4 Monday Tuesday Wednesday

S6 S5

P is the thinnest brick.

Number of squares = 17 22. (C) : Except option (C) sum of

Number of circles = 10 numbers is 9.

Class 1 77

23. (B) : There are 3 birds sitting 7. (C) : Rinki, Sanchi, Garima, Latika

on the branch. all are taller than Sidak.

But, Sanchi is taller than Sidak

and shorter than Latika.

9. (C) : Correct order of given

activities is :

Group P (2) → (3) → (1) → (4)

10. (C) : 4th Wednesday of September

20XX is on 28th. So, Amit's birthday

falls on 28th September.

11. (B) : Part P = 12 + 10 = 22

Part Q = 8 + 9 = 17

Group Q Group R

Part R = 14 + 5 = 19

25. (B) Part S = 8 + 8 = 16

Hence, Part P gives answer greater

10th S F International Mathematics

than 20.

Olympiad

12. (C) : A. 14 – 3 = 11 is not equal

1. (C) : Given figures shows the to 1

growth of insect. So, it is a growing B. 9 – 0 = 9 is not equal to 0

pattern. C. 12 – 12 is equal to 0

2. (D) : Alphabets in options A, B D. 7 – 1 = 6 is not equal to 8

and C are made up of straight 13. (C) : Given figure shows, 8 – 2 = 6

lines.

14. (B)

3. (A) : Candle is kept on the birthday

15. (A) : Number of paper clips needed

cake.

to measure 1 pen = 10

4. (A) : Number of circles = 9 Number of paper clips needed to

Number of triangles = – 9 measure 5 such pens = 10 + 10 +

Number of circles 10 + 10 + 10 = 50

more than triangle = 0

16. (B) : 1 more than 76 is 77

5. (B) :

olyMpiad

Left Right

Abacus in option B shows 77

17. (B) : A. 105 > 150 (Incorrect)

B. 200 = 200 (Correct)

6. (A) : 5 10 15 20 25 30

C. 40 < 40 (Incorrect)

+5 +5 +5 +5 +5 D. 100 = 90 (Incorrect)

78 IMO WorkBook

18. (C) : Total number of flowers = 22 26. (A) : Number of oranges Bunny

Number of flowers to sells on Monday = 4

be crossed to show ‘22 – 16’ = 16 Number of oranges Nidhi sells on

Number of flowers already Monday = 12

crossed = 14 Total number of oranges they sells

Number of more flowers altogether on Monday = 4 + 12

to be crossed = 2 = 16

19. (A) : Ascending order of given 27. (C) : A. ` 40 + ` 20 = ` 60

balloons is 26, 36, 45, 55 or B. ` 50 + ` 20 = ` 70

R, P, Q, S C. ` 70 + ` 20 = ` 90

20. (B) : Given scale shows D. ` 60 + ` 20 = ` 80

= 5 + 5 + 2 + 2 + 1 = 15 kg So, Manya buys items given in

Option B shows 15 kg weight. option C.

21. (A) : Weight of Nitika = 53 kg 28. (A) : Total number of crayons = 20

Priya is 5 kg heavier than Nitika.

So, weight of Priya = 53 + 5 = 58 kg

22. (D) : Total number of bottles = 28

After removing 4 bottles

Number of remaining bottles

= 28 – 4 = 24

23. (A) : Number of toffees Samaksh

had = 12

After his mother gave him 6

toffees, number of toffees he

had = 12 + 6 = 18

24. (C) : Number of birds sitting on

the branch = 12

Number of birds left after some Hence, 5 groups of having 4 crayons

flew = 4 in each are formed.

Number of birds flew away

= 12 – 4 = 8 29. (D) : Number of books Kavleen

bought = 48

25. (D) : Length of Sam's pencil

Number of books Mini bought = 16

= 6 = 6 units

Number of less books Mini bought

Length of Trishu's pencil

than Kavleen = 48 – 16 = 32

= 7 = 7 units

Total length of both pencils 30. (D) : Number of runs Aman scored

= (6 + 7) units = 13 units. = 16

Class 1 79

Mihir scored 12 runs more than Number of candies he gave to

Aman. Samrath = 10

Number of runs Mihir scored Number of candies Mohit ate = 4

= 16 + 12 = 28 Number of candies Mohit used

Number of runs they both scored = 10 + 4 = 14

altogether = 16 + 28 = 44 So, number of candies left with

31. (A) : Number of apples Reeti has Mohit = 20 – 14 = 6

= 17 33. (B) : Cost of one teddy bear = ` 30

Number of apples Reetu has = 9 Cost of 3 teddy bear

Number of apples Reeta has = 12 = ` 30 + ` 30 + ` 30 = ` 90

Number of apples Reema has = 10 Cost of 4 teddy bears

A. Difference between the number = ` 30 + ` 30 + ` 30 + ` 30

of apples of Reeti and Reetu = ` 120

= 17 – 9 = 8 So, Trishika can buy 3 teddy bears

B. Difference between the number for ` 100

of apples of Reetu and Reeta

= 12 – 9 = 3 34. (B) : (a) 34 + 53 = 87

C. Difference between the number (b) 12 + 25 = 37

of apples of Reema and Reetu (c) 21 + 36 = 57

= 10 – 9 = 1 (d) 22 + 25 = 47

D. Difference between the number So, (a) → s, (b) → r, (c) → q,

of apples of Reeti and Reeta (d) → p

= 17 – 12 = 5 35. (C) : Bird P is before the bird

32. (A) : Number of candies Mohit Q, bird S is after the bird R and

have = 20 bird R is before bird S.

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