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Grand Total 35 40
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CLASS 5

Contents
ÂÂ IMO - Level-2 (2013)

ÂÂ IMO - Level-2 (2014)

ÂÂ IMO - Level-2 was an online exam. (2015)

ÂÂ IMO - Level-2 (2016)

ÂÂ IMO - Level-2 (2017)

ÂÂ IMO - Level-2 (2018)

2018
LEVEL - 2

Year 2012-13

2018
| 6th IMO | Level-II | Class 5 2

Section-I : Logical Reasoning

1. In which of the following options the given shape (X) is hidden?

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

2. Which of the following shapes has been rotated by 1/2 a turn?

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

3. Which of the following is the top view of the given figure (X)?

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

4. Which of the following options completes the series given in Problem Figures ?

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

5. Which of the following options is the most similar to the figures given below?


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

6. Choose the missing terms from the given options.


Z, Y, X, U, T, S, P, O, N, K, ?, ?
(A) H, G (B) P, G (C) I, H (D) J, I

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7. Figures (i) and (ii) follow a certain relationship. There is a same relationship between figures (iii)
and (iv). Select a figure from the options that would replace the question mark in figure (iv).

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

8. Which of the following options will complete the series given in Problem Figures?

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

9. Which of the following options will complete the given figure matrix?

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


10. In a certain code, 'DEAF' is written as '3587' and 'FILE' is written as '7465'. How is 'IDEAL' written
in that code?
(A) 43568 (B) 43586 (C) 63548 (D) 48536

11. Pointing towards a person, a man said to a woman, "His mother is the only daughter of your
father." How is the woman related to that person?
(A) Daughter (B) Sister (C) Mother (D) Wife

12. W h i c h o f t h e f o l l o w i n g Ve n n d i a g r a m s c o r r e c t l y d e p i c t s t h e r e l a t i o n s h i p b e t w e e n
Kerala, Bihar, India?

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

13. If the words in the sentence, "she showed several sample snaps" are rearranged in the alphabetical
order, which will be the middle word?
(A) snaps (B) sample (C) several (D) she

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| 6th IMO | Level-II | Class 5 4

14. Find the missing character.


(A) 27 (B) 35 (C) 54 (D) 64

15. What is the minimum number of straight lines required to make the given figure?
(A) 12
(B) 10
(C) 14
(D) 18

16. Choose the correct mirror-image of the Fig.(X) from amongst the given options if the mirror is
placed vertically right.

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

17. Which word among the following options cannot be formed using the letters of the given word?
construction
(A) SUCTION (B) COINS (C) CAUTION (D) NOTION

18. I am facing south. I turn right and walk 20 m. Then I turn right again and walk 10 m. Then I turn
left and walk 10 m and then turning right walk 20 m. Then I turn right again and walk 60 m. In
which direction am I from the starting point?
(A) South-West (B) North-West (C) South-East (D) North-East

19. Which of the following options gives the correct order of the letters as indicated by the numbers
to form a meaningful word?
K a t C E L
1 2 3 4 5 6
(A) 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 3 (B) 3, 2, 4, 1, 6, 5 (C) 4, 2, 3, 1, 5, 6 (D) 6, 5, 3, 2, 4, 1

20. Some symbols are represented by letters shown below :


+ – × ÷
B G E C
Then 18 C 3 B 8 G 4 E 2 =
(A) 8 (B) 4 (C) 6 (D) 0

Section-II : Mathematical reasoning


2
21. How many shapes must be shaded so that of the figure is unshaded?
5

(A) 10 (B) 15 (C) 25 (D) 30

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22. A bird park purchased 50 parrots in July. The line graph shows the number of parrots survived at
the end of each month. How many parrots died by the end of October?

(A) 20 (B) 25 (C) 30 (D) 35

23. The table below shows the price of each sack of rice in 4 different supermarkets. Which supermarket
offers the lowest price for per kg?
Supermarket Supermarket Supermarket Supermarket
P Q R S
Weight of 1 sack of rice 5 kg 10 kg 10 kg 5 kg
Price ` 12.50 ` 35 ` 32 ` 16
(A) Supermarket P (B) Supermarket Q (C) Supermarket R (D) Supermarket S

24. Three times of a number is 144. What is 6 less than twice of the number?
(A) 42 (B) 48 (C) 69 (D) 90

25. Which of the following has the smallest area?


(A) A square with one of the sides 6 cm.
(B) A rectangle of length 9 cm and breadth 5 cm.
(C) A square with a perimeter of 28 cm.
(D) A rectangle with a perimeter of 28 cm and length 8 cm.

26. What is the value of the decimal in the box?

(A) 6.48 (B) 6.478 (C) 6.486 (D) 6.483

27. How many lines of symmetry does the figure have?


(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 3
(D) 4

28. What is the sum of P, Q and R in the box?


(A) 15
(B) 16
(C) 17
(D) 18

29. What is the remainder when 69814 is divided by 8?


(A) 0 (B) 2 (C) 4 (D) 6

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| 6th IMO | Level-II | Class 5 6

30. A kindergarten teacher gave 114 sweets to children in the kindergarten. Each 4-year old child
received 2 sweets and each 5-year old child received 3 sweets. The 5-year old children received
6 more sweets than the 4-year old children. Find the total number of children in the kindergarten.
(A) 27 (B) 45 (C) 47 (D) 55

31. The graph below shows the number of marks scored by 4 pupils in a class quiz. Study the graph
carefully and answer the question that follows.

For every question answered correctly, 4 marks was awarded (There is no negative marking). How
many more questions were answered correctly by Harsh than Mohit.
(A) 12 (B) 16 (C) 13 (D) 4

32. If + + + + = 108 and + + = 64 then – = ?


(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 22 (D) 43

33. The table below shows the prices of different types of tickets for a car ride.
Price of ticket
Children (below 5 years old) ` 4
Children (between 6 to 12 years old) ` 6
Adults ` 10
Senior citizens (above 55 years old) ` 8

Mrs. Kapoor took her parents, aged 60 and 62 years old, and her three children aged 6, 8 and
13 years old for a car ride. How much must she pay altogether?
(A) ` 38 (B) ` 48 (C) ` 58 (D) ` 35

34. The sum of the first two common multiples of 9 and 12 is _____.
(A) 21 (B) 36 (C) 63 (D) 108

35. What is the value of 5000000 + 500000 + 5000 + 50?


(A) 5505005 (B) 5505500 (C) 5505050 (D) 5055050

36. Which of the following is an improper fraction?


2 1 19 50
(A) (B) (C) (D) 100
5 4 8

37. Which two numbers give the product of 112710?


(A) 1430 and 78 (B) 1435 and 78 (C) 1440 and 78 (D) 1445 and 78

38. On a particular day, a shop had 985 customers. 2/5 of them were children, 80 were senior citizens
and the rest were youngsters. How many of them were youngsters?
(A) 495 (B) 511 (C) 562 (D) 420

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39. What is the weight of a ball?

(A) 2.7 kg (B) 2.4 kg (C) 4.2 kg (D) 7.2 kg

40. As shown in the given figure, two small identical rectangles


have been cut from a piece of rectangular paper. What is
the area of the shaded part?
(A) 112 cm2
(B) 122 cm2
(C) 132 cm2
(D) 100 cm2

Section-III : Everyday Mathematics

41. Gopal has a rope 2 m long. He cut 1 m from it and the rest of it equally into 4 pieces. What is
2
the length of each of the four pieces?
1 1 3 1
(A) m (B) m (C) m (D) 1 m
4 2 8 2

3
42. There were as many men as women at a seminar. There were 48 fewer men than women. What
5
was the total number of men and women at the seminar?
(A) 120 (B) 128 (C) 192 (D) 240

43. 22 children were at a birthday party. Each girl drank 2 glasses of fruit punch and each boy drank
3 glasses of fruit punch. If the boys drank 31 more glasses of fruit punch, how many girls attended
the party?
(A) 7 (B) 8 (C) 16 (D) 15

44. A carpenter took 3 minutes to saw a wooden plank into 4 pieces. How long will he take to saw it
into 15 pieces?
(A) 15 minutes (B) 14 minutes (C) 20 minutes (D) 25 minutes

45. Rohan took 5h 20 min to fix a model plane. Kartik took half the time to fix the same plane. At what
time would Kartik have finished fixing the plane if he started at 11 : 45?
(A) 13 : 45 (B) 14 : 25 (C) 14 : 35 (D) 15 : 15

4
46. of the children in the hall are girls and the rest are boys. If there are 12 more girls than boys,
7
how many children are there in the hall?
(A) 5000 (B) 6500 (C) 77 (D) 84

47. In a plantation, there were 876297 rubber trees. A fire destroyed 5679 trees. After the fire, 8972
new trees were planted. How many trees were not destroyed by the fire?
(A) 867810 (B) 681972 (C) 870618 (D) 739817

2018
| 6th IMO | Level-II | Class 5 8

3
48. A combination lock requires 3 numbers to unlock. The second number is of the first number.
5
3
The third number is of the second number. The difference between the first number and the
4
third number is 33. What is the second number ?
(A) 60 (B) 36 (C) 27 (D) 14

49. Neha had 2 saving accounts. She had ` 405.50 more in account P than in account Q. After she
transferred ` 48.40 from account P to account Q, the amount of money she had in account P was
4 times the amount in account Q. How much did she have in account P at first?
(A) ` 460 (B) 54.60 (C) ` 260.50 (D) ` 351.00

50. Garima and her sister had 213 beads at first. After Garima bought another 66 beads, Garima had
twice as many beads as her sister. How many beads did Garima have at first?
(A) 13 (B) 27 (C) 935 (D) 120

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

2018
LEVEL - 2

Year 2013-14

2018
2 7th IMO | Class-5 | Level 2

logical reasoning

1. Find the number of cubes in the given A. Stadium


solid figure. B. Shopping centre
A. 21 C. Library
B. 23 D. Clinic
C. 24
6. Find the missing figure from the options which
D. 22
will continue the series established by the problem
2. In a certain code, ZKKOV is coded as APPLE. Which figures.
of the following is coded as POEAR? Problem Figure
A. KLHVZ
B. KLZVH
C. KLVZH
D. KLVZI

3. Some letters are given which are numbered 1, 2, 3, A. B.


4, 5, 6 and 7. Find that combination of numbers so
that letters arranged accordingly form a meaningful
word. C. D.

E I C C N S E
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7. Find a figure from the options in which Fig. (X) is
A. 2,1, 5, 3, 4, 6, 7 embedded as one of its part.
B. 6, 4, 2, 1, 5, 3, 7
C. 3, 4, 5, 2, 1, 6, 7
D. 1, 6, 2, 4, 5, 3, 7

4. Find the figure from the options which completes the


Fig. (X).
A. B.

C. D.

8. Select the correct mirror image of figure (X).

A. B.

C. D.

A. B.
5. Manha is facing the playground now after making

a 3/4 turn in a clockwise direction. She was facing
_______ before.
C. D.

9. Which number will replace the question mark?

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A. 98 15. Which of the following completes the first pair in the


B. 105 same way as the second pair?
C. 110
D. 125

10. Saurabh remembers that his sister's birthday was


before 11th but after 8th December, while his brother
remembers that their sister's birthday was after 9th
but before 15th December. On what date does their A. B.
sister's birthday fall?
A. 8th December
B. 10th December
C. 9th December C. D.
D. 11th December

11. If the pattern continues, what letter will be at the 99th 16. Pointing to a photograph, Rahul said, "She is the
position? daughter of my grandfather's only son". How is Rahul
related to the girl in the photograph?
A. Father
A. Z B. Brother
B. Y C. Cousin
C. X D. Can't be determined
D. Can't be determined
17. What comes next in the given number series ?
12. Count the number of triangles in 0, 2, 3, 5, 8, 10, 15, 17, 24, 26, ?
the given figure. A. 28
A. 22 B. 30
B. 23 C. 32
C. 25 D. 35
D. None of these 18. Which of the following diagrams indicates the best
relation between Triangle, Square and Rectangle?
13. The following question consists of a Problem Set.
Select a figure from the options which will continue
the series established by the Problem Set.
A. B.
Problem Set

C. D.

A. B. 19. Find one word which can be made from the letters
of the given word.
GERMINATION
C. D. A. GERMAN
B. NOTION
14. Which of the following letter is fifteenth to the right C. NOTATION
of the sixth letter from the left end of the given D. SMART
arrangement? 20. If '–' means 'added to', '×' means 'subtracted from',
D U B CAB E D CAB U D C BAE D B CA '÷' means 'multiplied by', and '+' means 'divided by';
D E BAU C DAE B then 20 × 12 + 4 – 16 ÷ 5 = ?
A. D A. 17
B. B B. 97
C. E C. 80
D. A D. 63

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4 7th IMO | Class-5 | Level 2

Mathematical reasoning

21. MMMMDCCI + MMMMDCCCI = _______. 26. What should be the number in the empty box ?
A. 9052
B. 8502
C. 9502 A. ÷ 24
D. 7052 B. ÷ 69
C. ÷ 32
22. The value of 64.1 × 100 + 4.5 × 70 = D. × 13
A. 5725
B. 7625 27. Find the unshaded area.
C. 6752
D. 6725

23. Which figure has greatest unshaded fraction?

A. 189 cm2
B. 185 cm2
A. Figure I C 198 cm2
B. Figure II D. 115 cm2
C. Both are equal DIRECTION (28-29) : The given line graph shows
D. Can't be determined
the number of sofa sets sold in a furniture shop from
4 January to June. Study it carefully and answer the given
24. If the product of 2 and 3 is subtracted from a
7 questions.
5
number, it gives 21 . Find the number.
14
12
A. 13
16

B. 9
8
14

C. 10
11
14
1
D. 29 28. What was the decrease in the number of sofa sets
14
sold from April to May?
25. The given table shows the postage rates at a post office.
A. 6
Study carefully and answer the following question.
B. 5
Postage Rates C. 3
First 50 g Every additional 30 g D. 10
or part thereof
Local mail ` 1.50 40 paise 29. If each sofa set was sold at ` 32,000, how much
Foreign mail ` 1.90 60 paise money was collected from the sale of the sofa sets
from January to March?
How much postage is needed to send a local mail
of mass 1460 g? A. ` 1042000
A. ` 15.90 B. ` 4012000
B. ` 19.00
C. ` 102400
C. ` 16.90
D. ` 20.30 D. ` 1024000

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30. The given table shows the time taken by five children 32. In 189485, the value of 8 in the ten thousand's place
to complete a science quiz. Which child had the fourth is _______times the value of 8 in the ten's place.
fastest time? A. 10
Name Time taken B. 100
Mahek 2440 secs C. 1000
D. 10000
Binny 125 mins 40 secs
Kirti 123 mins 24 secs 33. What is 1 less than 1 of a million?
Aakash 24 mins 25 secs 4
A. 249999
Aman 24 mins 20 secs B. 500001
A. Kirti B. Mahek C. 500000
C. Aman D. Aakash D. 499991

31. The given figure is made up of three identical squares 34. Find the missing number in the box.
of sides 8 cm each and CD = DE = EF = GH = HI
= IJ. Find the perimeter and area of the figure. 552847 = 500000 + + 25000 + 40 + 7
A. 2780
B. 27800
C. 278000
D. 2780000

35. What is the value of 188888 – 88888 × 10 + 4000000


÷ 2?
A. 83 cm, 200 cm2 A. 2500000
B. 86 cm, 64 cm2 B. 2050000
C. 80 cm, 192 cm2 C. 1300008
D. 86 cm, 182 cm2 D. 1300080

everyday Mathematics

36. Nitin set off from Town A. After 2 hours 20 minutes 38. Garima paid a down payment of ` 220000 for a car.
later, he stopped at Town B for lunch. He then took She then paid a monthly installment of ` 9800.50 for
another 2 hours 5 minutes to reach Town C. How long 72 months. Find the total amount paid for the car.
was his lunch break? (Give your answer in hours and A. ` 5,90,586
minutes)
B. ` 5,90,596
C. ` 8,90,586
D. ` 9,25,636

39. A box containing 18 jars of orange juice weighs


17 kg 500 g. If the empty box weighs 1 kg 300 g,
what is the weight of 5 jars of orange juice?
A. 4 kg 250 g
A. 1 hr B. 3 kg 500 g
B. 2 hrs 25 mins C. 3 kg 250 g
C. 1 hr 25 mins D. 4 kg 500 g
D. 1 hr 35 mins
40. Mohit spent 2 of his money on a watch and ` 200
3 9
37. Tanu has 196 beads. Shalini has 1 times as many beads 1
4 on a tennis racket. If he had of his money left,
2
as Tanu. How many beads do they have altogether? how much did watch cost?
A. 343 B. 439 A. ` 360 B. ` 720
C. 339 D. 539 C. ` 320 D. ` 160

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41. A study is 6 m wide by 11 m long. Mrs. Sharma wants A. 24 months


to partition an area that measures 2 m wide by 5 m B. 32 months
long for bookshelves. Find the remaining area of the C. 14 months
study. D. 34 months
A. 58 m2
44. 4838 people took part in a marathon. 425 people gave
B. 60 m2
up after the first hour. One third of the remaining
C. 56 m2
people gave up after the second hour. The rest
D. 50 m2
completed the marathon. How many people completed
42. Latika bought 9 litres of apple juice. She poured the the marathon?
apple juice equally into 6 containers. There was 0.18 A. 2945
litre of juice left. What was the volume of juice in B. 2942
each container? C. 2940
A. 1.48 L D. 2948
B. 1.47 L
45. 3 shirts and 7 pairs of pants have a total of 55 buttons.
C. 1.45 L
Each pair of pants has 5 fewer buttons than each shirt.
D. 1.37 L
How many buttons are there on each shirt?
43. If Jatin is able to save ` 6500 in a month, how many A. 4 B. 9
months will he take to save ` 91,000? C. 25 D. 30

ACHIEVERS SECTION

46. Find the difference between area of the shaded part A. (i) - P, (ii) - R, (iii) - Q, (iv) - S
and unshaded part of the figure. B. (i) - S, (ii) - R, (iii) - P, (iv) - Q
C. (i) - S, (ii) - P, (iii) - R, (iv) - Q
D. (i) - Q, (ii) - S, (iii) - P, (iv) - R

48. Which of the following figures has the smallest


unshaded area?

A.


A. 32 cm2
B. 36 cm2
C. 38 cm2
D. 24 cm2
B.
47. Match the columns:

Column-I Column-II

(i) 8 108 345


14 + + + (P) 27.276
10 100 1000
C.
(ii) 24 thousandths less (Q) 189.1
than 18.7 is ____ more
18.

(iii) Sum of 15.001, 8.015, (R) 0.676


4.2, 0.06
D.
(iv) Subtract 2885.3 from (S) 16.225
product of 341.6 and 9

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49. Find P + Q × R – S. 50. One third of the members of a badminton club are
girls. Which of the following bar graphs is the correct
representation of the members of the club?

A. B.

A. 25
C. D.
B. 26
C. 27
D. 28

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

2018
LEVEL - 2

Year 2015-16

2018
MATHEMATICS

1. MMDCCI + DCCCI = _______. 6. Mr. Gupta has room 12 m wide and 24 m long. He
A. MCLII wants to partition an area that measures 5 m wide and
7 m long for study room. Find the remaining area of
B. MMCII
the room.
C. MMMDII
D. MMMMMDII A. 258 m 2
B. 253 m2
2. In 449485, the sum of place values of 4’s is _______ C. 256 m 2
more than place value of 8 at the tens place.
D. 250 m2
A. 430240
B. 440320 7. Four times of 96 is ______ multiple of 12.
C. 440230 A. 12th
D. 404230 B. 24th
C. 32th
3. The given graph shows the temperature taken on a
D. 28th
certain day.
40 8. Kartik bought 189 trays of chocolates. Each tray
35
contained 16 chocolates. What is the total number
of chocolates he bought?
30
A. 3634
25 B. 3160
Temperature (°C)

20 C. 3024
15
D. 4312

10 9. A rule for a function table is given below.

5 Multiply the input value by 2 and add that product


0 to 10 to get the output value”.
10 a.m. 11 a.m. 12 noon 1 p.m. 2 p.m.
Which function table below has only values that
Time (hours)
follows the above rule?
The increase in temperature is greatest from
________. Input Output
2 14
A. 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
A. 0 10
B. 11 a.m. to 12 noon
4 18
C. 12 noon to 1 p.m.
3 16
D. 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.

4. Which of the following has the greatest value? Input Output


A. 21 hundredths 2 14
B. 109 thousandths B. 0 0
C. 25 thousandths 4 4
D. 15 hundredths 3 8

5. What is the value of Input Output


88888 × 10 – 188888 + 4000000 ÷ 2? 2 14
A. 2699992 C. 0 10
B. 2050000 4 4
C. 1300008 3 6
D. 1300080

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Input Output A. ` 2000
2 6 B. ` 7200
D. 0 10 C. ` 3000
4 14 D. ` 1600
3 16 14. Four small identical rectangles have been cut from
a piece of rectangular paper as shown in the given
10. The given line graph shows the number of puppies
sold by Varun in the past 4 weeks. figure. What is the area of the shaded part?
Number of puppies sold 18 cm
350
300
250
200 10 cm
150 6 cm
100
50
12 cm
0
Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4
A. 112 cm2
If the puppies were sold at ` 40 each, what was the B. 84 cm2
total amount of money collected by Varun? C. 132 cm2
A. ` 28000 D. 100 cm2
B. ` 30000
C. ` 32000 15. What is the fractional value of P and Q  ?
D. ` 10000

11. Find the unshaded area of the given figure. 6.47 6.49
Q P

P Q
6496 6482
A.
1000 1000
6494 6478
B.
1000 1000
6496 6486
C.
1000 1000
2 cm
6483 6483
2 cm D.
1000 1000
A. 66 cm2
B. 176 cm2 1 1 1
16. The sum of 1 and 2 is _________ sum of 1
C. 126 cm2 6 3 3
D. 134 cm2 3
and 4 .
4
3 A. Greater than
12. Garima has 204 stamps, Priya has 2 times as many
4
stamps as Garima and Latika has 500 more stamps than B. Less than
Priya. How many stamps they have altogether? C. Equal to
A. 1189 D. Data Inadequate
B. 1765 17. What is the value of 82.24 – 2.24 × 6 + 3.4 ÷ 5 in
C. 1926 fractions?
D. 1826
A. 6948/100
1 B. 6958/100
13. Mohit spent of his salary on buying a watch and
4 C. 9668/1000
saved ` 1500. How much did he earn in a month?
D. 6812/1000

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18. What is the weight of five such watermelons shown A. 95 cm, 300 cm2
in the given figure? B. 90 cm, 240 cm2
C. 110 cm, 300 cm2
D. 96 cm, 180 cm2

22. Find the sum of area of the shaded part and area of
0 whole figure.
70 kg 10
2 cm 10 cm
60 20
50 30 4 cm
40
6 cm
8 cm
A. 540 kg
B. 240 kg
C. 360 kg
D. 72 kg A. 190 cm2
B. 230 cm2
19. The given graph shows the daily number of presentees
for five days in class V. What is the difference between C. 140 cm2
D. 150 cm2
the highest number of presentees and the lowest
number of presentees in the class?
23. The given table shows the fare of travelling from
48 two trains P and Q. Study it carefully and answer the
following question.
32
Presentees

Fare Every additional (1/2) km


(1st km) or part thereof
16
Train P ` 7.50 50 paise
0 Train Q ` 9.90 60 paise
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
A. 16 How much total money Mohit has to pay if he travels
B. 24 2.5 km from Train P and 1.5 km from Train Q?
C. 28 A. ` 19.90
D. 32 B. ` 19.00
20. 22 children were at a birthday party. Each girl C. ` 16.90
drank 2 glasses of fruit punch and each boy drank D. ` 19.50
3 glasses of fruit punch. If the boys drank 31 more
glasses of fruit punch than girls, then how many girls 24. The given table shows the time taken by five friends
attended the party? to complete their lunch. Which friend had finished
the lunch before Meetu?
A. 7
B. 8 Name Time taken
C. 16 Meetu 2440 secs
D. 15 Beena 125 mins 40 secs
21. The given figure is made up of five identical squares Komal 123 mins 24 secs
and RQ = QU = UV = AS = SB = BT = CD = DE = Ankit 24 mins 25 secs
EF = GH = HI = IJ. Find the perimeter and area of Aarav 44 mins 20 secs
the figure.
A. Aarav
B. Komal
C. Ankit
D. Beena

25. One third of the members of a badminton club are


boys. Which of the following bar graphs is the correct
representation of the members of the club?

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A. B. B.

Girls Boys Girls Boys


C. D.
C.
Girls Boys Girls Boys

26. Nisha planned to list all the prime numbers from 60



to 100. Her list is shown below.
D. None of these
61, 67, 71, 73, 79, 83, 97
Her friend noticed that one prime number is missing. 29. Which of the following figures has the greatest
Which prime number is missing in Nisha’s list ?
shaded fraction?
A. 81
B. 87
C. 89
D. 91

Direction (27-28) : Students created a pictograph that


shows the number of apples sold in a food store in one Figure I Figure II Figure III
week. Answer the questions based on it. A. Figure I
Apples sold in a Food Store
B. Figure II
Red delicious
C. Figure III
Golden delicious
D. All have equal shaded part of a fraction
Red rome
McIntosh
30. What is the weight of a ball shown in the figure, if
all the balls have same weight?
Jonathan

= 10 apples = 5 apples

27. How many blocks should the students shade on the


graph to represent the number of Jonathan apples 0
7 kg 1
sold ? 6 2
Apples sold in a Food Store 5
4
3

Jonathan
Mclntosh A. 1.9 kg
Red rome B. 3.8 kg
Golden delicious
C. 5.6 kg
Red delicious
D. 5.7 kg
5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50
31. Find P, Q and P + Q + R.
A. 7
B. 6 96
×89
C. 5
P64
D. 4
+7 Q 8 0
28. Select the correct bar graph which represents the data 8 54R
shown in pictograph.
P Q P+Q+R
A. 8 6 18
A. B. 4 6 12
C. 3 5 14
D. 2 7 15

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32. 3 shirts and 7 pairs of pants have a total of 55 buttons. completed the marathon. How many people completed
Each pair of pants has 5 fewer buttons than each shirt. the marathon?
How many buttons are there on each shirt? A. 4945
A. 4 B. 4942
B. 9 C. 4940
C. 25 D. 4948
D. 30
38. Ali bought three fields. He bought Field (P) at the rate
33. Which type of angle has a measure that is smaller of ` 95 for a square metre, Field (Q) at the rate of
than obtuse angle? ` 110 for a square metre and Field (R) at the rate of
A. Acute ` 120 for a square metre. Find the total cost of all
three fields.
B. Right
C. Straight
D. Both A and B

34. What is the sum of P and Q ?


A. ` 189000
3
1
4
4 5 B. ` 180900
C. ` 198000
P Q
A. 7.6 D. ` 981000
B. 7.25 39. The given figures are made up of identical squares.
C. 7.75 If each side of the square is 3 cm, then find :
D. 7.5 (i) the perimeter of figures P and Q respectively.
(ii) the difference in area of the figures P & Q.
35. Naman left the town P at time shown below. After
1 hour 50 minutes, he stopped at Town Q for rest.
He then took another 2 hours 25 minutes to reach
Town R. How long was his rest break?

P Q
(i) (ii)
A. 45 cm, 48 cm 54 cm2
B. 54 cm, 54 cm 63 cm2
A. 2 hr 50 mins
C. 48 cm, 45 cm 45 cm2
B. 1 hr 25 mins
D. 48 cm, 48 cm 54 cm2
C. 1 hr 50 mins
D. 2 hrs 10 mins 40. Select the INCORRECT match.

36. Which of the following are symmetric figures? A. 218 - CCXVIII


B. 399 - CCCXCIX
C. 3249 - MMMCCXLX
MILK D. 1667 - MDCLXVII
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) 41. The given table shows the height of a plant measured
A. Only (2) over five weeks. What is the rate of growth of the
B. Both (3) and (4) plant during the third week?
C. (1), (2), (3) and (4)
D. (1), (2) and (4) At the end 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
of week week week week week
37. 8348 people took part in a marathon. 926 people gave
up after the first hour. One third of the remaining Height (cm) 3 10 31 50 65
people gave up after the second hour. The rest

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A. 11 times of height in 1st week Market Market Market Market
B. 4 times the height in 2nd week P Q R S
1 Weight
C. times of height in 4th week 5 kg 10 kg 20 kg 15 kg
5 of rice
D. None of these Price ` 22.50 ` 45 ` 52.50 ` 36.50
42. A football team is planning a trip to the beach, where A. Market P B. Market Q
they will spend the night in tents. C. Market R D. Market S
If each tent hold 3 players, which of the following
44. What is the least number of squares that must be added,
table in the options correctly shows the number of
so that the line AB becomes a line of symmetry?
tents needed for different numbers of players?
B
Number Number Number Number
of of of of
players tents players tents
A. 12 36 B. 12 4
18 54 18 6
21 63 21 7 A
33 99 33 11 A. 1 B. 2
C. 3 D. 4
Number Number Number Number
of of of of 45. Harsha is decorating her bedroom. She has the following
players tents players tents choices of wall colour, curtain and bedsheet.
C. 12 4 D. 12 6 Wall colour Curtain Bedsheet
18 2 18 9 Blue Spotted Flowers
21 1 21 11 Green Striped Plain
33 4 33 17 Yellow Checkered Checkered
What is the total number of combinations of 1 wall
43. The given table shows the price of rice in four different
colour, 1 curtain, and 1 bedsheet that are possible?
markets. Which market offers the lowest price for rice
per kg? A. 27 B. 8
C. 12 D. 18

Achievers Section

A. 43 cm2 B. 48 cm2
46. If + + + + = 116 and
C. 12 cm2 D. 20 cm2
+ + = 64, then the value of × =
A. 364 48. Match the columns:
B. 264 Column-I Column-II
C. 226 (i) Subtract 2885.3 from product (P) 27.276
D. 494 of 341.6 and 9
(ii) Sum of 8.015 , 15.001, 0.06, (Q) 189.1
47. The given figure is made up of 5 identical squares. 4.2
What is the area of the unshaded part?
(iii) 18.7 more than 24 thousandths (R) 0.724
is ____ more 18.
(iv) 14 + 8 + 108 + 345 (S) 16.225
10 100 1000
A. (i) - (P), (ii) - (R), (iii) - (Q), (iv) - (S)
B. (i) - (S), (ii) - (R), (iii) - (P), (iv) - (Q)
C. (i) - (S), (ii) - (P), (iii) - (R), (iv) - (Q)
D. (i) - (Q), (ii) - (P), (iii) - (R), (iv) - (S)
12 cm

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49. Find the value of P + Q – R + S. 50. Which of the following has the largest area and
smallest perimeter?
(i) A square of side 6 cm.
(ii) A rectangle of length 9 cm and breadth 5 cm.
(iii) A square of side 8 cm.
(iv) A rectangle of length 7 cm and breadth 8 cm.
Largest area Smallest perimeter
A. (i) (iii)
B. (ii) (iii)
A. 4 B. 9
C. (iii) (i)
C. 5 D. 6
D. (i) (i)

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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2018
LEVEL - 2

Year 2016-17

2018
MATHEMATICS

1. Which one of the following statements is true about A. 494.23


the given square and rectangle? B. 430.78
C. 493.73
D. 430.83

6. If

A. P e r i m e t e r o f s q u a r e = 2 ( P e r i m e t e r o f
rectangle)
2
B. Perimeter of square = (Perimeter of
3 Find the value of + + .
rectangle)
3 A. 3.02
C. Perimeter of square = (Perimeter of
2 B. 5
rectangle)
C. 2.05
1
D. Perimeter of square = (Perimeter of D. 5.03
2
rectangle)
7. Find the value of P, Q and R.
2. Which group of numbers are arranged from the largest P – Q + R = 16640657
to the smallest? P Q R
A. 0.3, 3.0, 0.03, 0.003 A. 2351687 13562482 5429862
B. 1.4, 0.14, 1.04, 1.004 B. 13562482 2351687 5429862
C. 9.25, 9.95, 9.59, 9.92 C. 5429862 13562482 2351687
D. 4.6, 4.26, 4.16, 4.06 D. 13562482 5429862 2351687

3. Which of the following numbers is divisible by 2 but 8. Find the difference between the greatest and smallest
not divisible by 3? 8-digit numbers formed by using the digits 7, 4, 8,
2, 0, 3, 9 (each digit should be used atleast once).
A. 1764
A. 79839531
B. 2160
B. 8833531
C. 4926
C. 89839441
D. 3328
D. 79839441
4. Find the value of P + Q – R.
9. Figure PQRSTUVW is made up of a rectangle and a
square. Find the length of RQ, if perimeter of rectangle
6
is times of perimeter of square.
7

A. 9
B. 8
C. 7
D. 0
A. 3 cm
5. Add 8 tenths to 5 hundreds and 5 hundredths. Subtract B. 4 cm
the addition of 7 tens and 7 hundredths from the C. 6 cm
previous result. What will be the answer ? D. 2 cm

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10. Select the correct match. 15. The given figure is formed by identical squares. If
area of the figure is 980 cm2 , then find the length of
A. 115.32 × 2 = 23.064
PQ.
B. 1272.55 ÷ 5 = 254.501
C. 3.15 × 12 = 37.8
D. 54.51 × 51 = 2780.1

11. How many minimum number of square(s) must be


shaded to make the given figure symmetric along
the dotted line?
A. 14 m
B. 28 cm
C. 14 cm
D. 24 m

16. What fraction of given figure is unshaded, if all the


squares are identical?

A. 2 B. 3.5
C. 4 D. 4.5

12. If 6 identical squares have a total area of 150 cm2 , A. 20/112


then find the perimeter of a square. B. 30/64
A. 50 cm C. 45/64
B. 25 cm D. 40/56
C. 30 cm 17. Find the sum of the common prime factors of 168
D. 20 cm and 252.
A. 11
13. Find the value of P, Q and R.
B. 12
12-hour clock 24-hour clock
C. 13
3 : 45 pm P
D. None of these
12 : 01 am Q
10 : 06 pm R 18. How many right angles and straight angles are there

P Q R in 7 1 complete turn?
2
A. 03:45 hours 12:01 hours 22:06 hours
A. 32, 16
B. 03:45 hours 00:01 hours 10:06 hours
B. 8, 7
C. 15:45 hours 00:01 hours 22:06 hours
C. 28, 14
D. 15:45 hours 12:01 hours 22:06 hours D. 30, 15
14. R o u n d e d o ff ( 3 1 6 9 6 7 6 + 2 1 9 3 4 ) t o n e a r e s t 3 1
19. If of a number is 15 less than the of the same
thousand. 20 5
number, then find the number.
A. 3192000
A. 300
B. 3182000
B. 250
C. 3191000
C. 200
D. 3181000
D. 350

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20. If 7th October falls on Monday, then which day of 26. The graph shows Priya’s marks in Mathematics
the week is 1st December? in four terms. If Priya’s total score was 363, how
many more marks did she score in Term III than in
A. Sunday Term IV.
B. Saturday
C. Monday
D. Tuesday

21. How many eighths are there in 1.75?


A. 14
B. 16
C. 18
D. 12

22. There are 75 people at a party. 25 of them are men.


th
1 A. 4
If   of them are women, then find the fraction
5 B. 2
of children in the party. C. 3
5 D. 1
A.
7
27. Compare and put the sign (< , > or = ) in the box.
7 DCLXXIV + MXLVI LXXIV + CLXXXIX
B.
15
A. =
8
C. B. <
15
C. >
3
D. D. None of these
14

23. Identify the number using given clues. 28. Trishu has 9 1 of pizza. How many quarter pieces
4
• It is a three digit even number. can she cut from it ?

• It is common multiple of 16 and 64. A. 37


B. 36
• It has a total of 9 factors.
C. 9
A. 256 D. 27
B. 128
C. 320 29. Sam started jogging at 06:20 hours. He jogged 35
minutes before taking 10 mins rest. He then walked
D. 192
and reached home at 9:15 am. How much time did
24. In 12,99,897, the place value of the digit ‘2’ is how he take to walk home?
many times the place value of digit ‘8’? A. 1 hour 5 mins
A. 250 B. 2 hours 50 mins
C. 2 hours 10 mins
B. 20000
D. 2 hours
C. 800
D. 2000 30. Garima wants to buy a watch which costs `31925.
She saves `2000 every month. How many months
25. Find the value of x. does Garima need to save in order to pay for the
99 × 96 = (99 × 100) – (x × 33) watch?
A. 13 A. 12
B. 12 B. 16
C. 63 C. 15
D. 15 D. 10

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31. Trishika cut a wire and bent to form 4 similar rectangles.
36. A jacket costs 15 1 times as much as a pair of socks.
The length of each rectangle is 2 more than the twice 2
its breadth. If the length of a rectangle is 22 cm, what If the jacket costs `3472, then how much does it cost
is the original length of the wire she had? to buy 2 jackets and 2 pairs of socks.
A. 256 cm A. `7392
B.
B. 200 cm `6930
C. 196 cm C. `8580
D. 176 cm D. `9525

32. 2 oranges cost `15 and 4 bananas cost `12. Samaksh 37. In the English alphabets, how many letters have
bought 12 dozen of oranges and 15 dozen of bananas. rotational symmetry?
If he gave `2000 to shopkeeper, then how much change
A. 5
did he get back?
B. 8
A. `240
C. 9
B. `150
D. None of these
C. `380
D. `442 38. If the length of a rectangular garden is 4th multiple
3
of 16 and breadth is of the length, then find the
2 8
33. Ruchi baked a cake and gave of it to Priyanka and
3 perimeter and the area of the garden respectively.
1
of it to her children. What fraction of cake was A. 176 units, 1536 sq. units
8
left with her ? B. 44 units, 96 sq. units
A. 5/24 C. 176 sq. units, 1536 units
B. 5/19 D. 44 sq. units, 96 units
C. 3/24
39. The given table shows the number of children that
D. 1/24
take up different types of sports as their Curriculum
34. Find the shaded area of the given figure. Activity.
Types of Number Number Total
sport of boys of girls
Badminton 29 45
Basketball 12 38
Bowling 14 22
Table tennis 25 38
A. 22 cm2 How many more boys take basketball than table
B. 50 cm2 tennis?
C. 24 cm2 A. 13
D. None of these
B. 15
35. If you add 1 to a number and round it off to the C. 26
nearest ten, the answer is 1870. If you add 2 to the D. 18
number and round it off to the nearest ten, the answer
is 1880. What is the number? 1 1 1
40. How many eighths are there in 1 + 2 + 1 + 2.75?
2 2 4
A. 1873 A. 56
B. 1863 B. 7
C. 1874 C. 64
D. 1864 D. 14

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41. Which of the following shapes can not tessellated? 44. Nidhi bought 16 bottles of soft drinks. Each bottle
had 650 ml of drink in it. What was the total amount
of drinks she bought altogether?
A. 10 L 40 ml
B. 10 L 400 ml
A. Only P and Q C. 10 L 400 cl
D. 10 L 40 dl
B. Only Q and R
C. Only R 1
45. The given figure is made up of 3 squares. If of
D. None of these 3
1
square P and of square Q are shaded, what fraction
4
42. I cycled 12 km 500 m and then walked 4 km 250 m. of square R is shaded?
What was the total distance travelled by me?
3 1
A. 16 km B.
16 km
4 4
3 7
C. 16 km D.
16 km
8 50

43. If the day before yesterday was Monday, then the day
after tomorrow will be______.
A. Thursday
B. Saturday
C. Friday A. 1/2 B. 1/5
D. Wednesday C. 1/4 D. 2/3

ACHIEVERS SECTION

46. Match the following: 48. Read the statements carefully and select the correct
Column I Column II option.
P. MCMXLVII – MV (i) 2857
Q. MCMLVII + CM (ii) 798
R. DCLXXVII – XX (iii) 942
S. DXCIX + CXCIX (iv) 657
A. P → (ii); Q → (iii); R → (i); S → (iv)
B. P → (iii); Q → (iv); R → (ii); S → (i)
C. P → (iii); Q → (i); R → (iv); S → (ii)
D. P → (ii); Q → (iv); R → (iii); S → (i)

3
47. If  + O + O + O + O =  +  +  and O = 2
then  × O = ? 4
Statement-1 : Weight of three such balls is 36 less
3 than weight of 5 such balls.
A. 12
4
Statement-2 : Value of weight of 7 such balls is 6th
1
B. 16 multiple of 21.
4
A. Both statement-1 and statement-2 are true.
1
C. 16
8 B. Statement-1 is true and statement-2 is false.
1 C. Statement-1 is false and statement-2 is true.
D. 15
8 D. Both statement-1 and statement-2 are false.

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49. A square piece of paper is folded as shown. If the 50. Read the statements carefully and state ‘T’ for true
area of each shaded part is 72 cm2, find the perimeter and ‘F’ for false.
of the piece of paper when it is unfolded.
1 1 1 1 7
(i) + + = +
3 4 5 12 10
3 1 3 1 17
(ii) + − = +
4 6 7 3 28
4 − 3  3 − 3 
 5 14  is less than  4 20 
(iii)

 3 + 1  is not less than  7 + 1 


(iv)
 7 3  12 4 
A. 98 cm (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
B. 32 cm A. T T F F
B. F F T T
C. 96 cm
C. T F T F
D. 56 cm D. F T F T

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LEVEL - 2

Year 2017-18

2018
MATHEMATICS

1. There are 50 passengers in a bus. 6 of them are 3


7 7. Sneha had two 2000 rupee notes. She spent of
children while the rest are adults. If of the adults 8
11 it on a dress and bought a pair of heels of ` 945.
are women, then what fraction of the total passengers How much money did she have left?
in the bus are men?
A. ` 2445
8 16
A. B. B. ` 1955
25 25
C. ` 1555
6 12
C. D. D. ` 2045
25 25
2. What is the difference between the place value of 4 8. Sahil travelled 12 km 450 m by train, 8 km 225 m
in the millions place and the place value of 4 in the by car and 3 km 450 m by scooter. Find the total
thousands place ? distance travelled by Sahil.
A. 396000 1
A. 24 km
B. 399600 8
C. 3996000 1
B. 24 km
D. 999000 4
3
C. 24 km
3. The given figure (not drawn to scale) is divided into 8
four parts. Area of rectangle QRST is 32 sq. cm and 3
area of square UTWV is 36 sq. cm. Find the total area D. 24 km
4
of rectangles PQTU and TSXW.
1
P Q R 9. Which of the following is greater than ?
2
U S 1 1
T A. +
4 4
5 1
V W
X B. +
8 cm 6 6
A. 76 sq. cm 3 1
B. 72 sq. cm C. +
8 8
C. 64 sq. cm 7 1
D. 82 sq. cm D. −
12 12
4. Find the sum of the common prime factors of 10. Arrange the areas of following figures in ascending
154 and 224. order.
A. 10
B. 7
C. 12
D. 9 P. Q.

5. Round off the sum of 3645279 and 2153467 to the


1 cm 2 cm

nearest ten thousand. 1 cm 2 cm

A. 5790000
B. 5800000
C. 5799000
D. 5700000 R.
4 cm
6. If area of 8 identical squares is 392 sq. cm, then find
the perimeter of each square. 4 cm

A. 35 cm A. P, Q, R
B. 21 cm B. Q, R, P
C. 28 cm C. P, R, Q
D. 32 cm D. R, Q, P

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1 15. Which set of numbers gives a sum of 160 and a
11. Raman had some money. He spent of it on education product of 5775 ?
5
2
and of the remainder on food. He saved the rest. A. 55 and 105
5
(a) What fraction of his money was spent on food? B. 60 and 100
C. 65 and 95
(b) If Raman spent ` 2400 on food, then how much
D. 170 and 90
did he save?
(a) (b) 16. Difference between the successor of 32760019 and
A. 1/25 ` 2400 predecessor of 48720000 is ________ .
B. 8/25 ` 3600 A. 15958979
C. 8/25 ` 2400 B. 15959981
D. 1/25 ` 3600 C. 14959981
D. 15959979
12. The table below shows the cost of peanuts at stall P,
17. Find the value of (P + Q + R) × S in the following
stall Q and stall R.
addition problem.
2 P 0 6 8 4 1 5
Stall P Stall Q Stall R A. 90 + 3 1 2 Q 4 2 2 6
Price of ` 150 per kg ` 100 for ` 105 for B. 75 S 0 2 7 2 R 4 1
peanuts 600 g 700 g C. 70
Which two stalls sell the peanuts at the same D. 80
price? 18. Identify the minuend and subtrahend in the given
A. P and R subtraction problem.
B. P and Q Minuend Subtrahend 99,99,999
C. R and Q A. 99,99,999 9,99,999 – 9,99,999
D. None of these B. 9,99,999 99,99,999 90,00,000
C. 90,00,000 99,99,999
13. In 7 + ______ + 0.026 = 7.826, what is the missing D. 9,99,999 90,00,000
fraction in the blank?
1 19. Which of the following statements is INCORRECT ?
A.
8 A. There is only one centre in a circle.
5 B. Radius is the longest chord of any circle.
B.
10 C. Half of a circle is called semicircle.
2 D. A circle can have many diameters.
C.
3
20. Count the number of unit cubes in the given solid.
4
D.
5

14. Match the following :


Column I Column II
Number  lace value and face
P
value of underlined digit
respectively A. 21
(a) 36124081 (i) 20000 and 2 B. 20
(b) 92133302 (ii) 200000 and 2 C. 22
(c) 512100842 (iii) 2 and 2 D. 23
(d) 12201485 (iv) 2000000 and 2 21. There are 35 girls and 15 boys in a badminton club.
(a) (b) (c) (d) What fraction of the members are boys ?
A. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) A. 7/10
B. (i) (iii) (iv) (ii) B. 3/4
C. (i) (iv) (iii) (ii) C. 3/10
D. (iv) (iii) (ii) (i) D. 13/20

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22. In the given figure, ∠MON is (i) angle, ∠SOQ is 27. Find the perimeter of the whole figure (not drawn to
(ii) angle and ∠SOP is (iii) angle. scale).
S 38 cm

M
O Q
22 cm
L
11 cm
P N 25 cm

(i) (ii) (iii) 47 cm


20 cm 71 cm
A. Obtuse Straight Acute
B. Straight Acute Obtuse 2 cm 9 cm
14 cm
C. Acute Acute Obtuse 28 cm
25 cm 41 cm
D. Straight Obtuse Acute
11 cm

1
23. How many minutes are there in of 6 hours? 10 cm 8 cm
20
A. 20 mins A. 364 cm B. 383 cm
B. 30 mins C. 643 cm D. None of these
C. 18 mins
D. 24 mins 28. Priyank filled a pail with 3 L 125 mL of water, a jug
with 2 L 50 mL of water and a bottle with 600 mL
24. A certain number when divided by 4 gives a remainder of water. How many litres of water did Priyank use
of 3. The same number when divided by 3 gives a altogether?
remainder of 2. Which of the following can be the A. 5 L 775 mL
number? B. 3 L 250 mL
A. 55 C. 5 L 50 mL
B. 71 D. 6 L 250 mL
C. 89
29. Teena, Sheena and Veena run on different tracks of a
D. 103 rectangular field. If the dimensions of the tracks are
given below, then what is the difference between the
25. Neena bought a packet of 120 beads. She used 2
3 length of boundary of track III and track I? (neglecting
1 the width of the track)
of the beads to sew onto a bag and of it to sew
12
onto a top. She then sewed the rest of the beads onto 2m
2m
3m
several scarves.
3m

6m
(a) How many beads are used in scarves? 8m

(b) How many more beads are used to sew a bag


I II
than a top ?
(a) (b)
III
A. 30 70
B. 40 60 A. 68 m
C. 30 60 B. 40 m
D. 40 70 C. 24 m
D. 16 m
26. When the time in Singapore is 21 : 30, the time
in New York is 09 : 30 on the same day. What is 30. In a certain state, fifty two lakh sixty one thousand
the time difference between Singapore and New nine hundred eighty nine students were enrolled in
York? various schools. Of these, nineteen lakh sixty five
thousand two hundred thirty three were primary school
A. 9 hrs students, twenty lakh six thousand seven hundred fifty
B. 9 hrs 30 mins six were high school students and the rest attended
C. 12 hrs middle school. What is the number of students enrolled
D. 12 hrs 30 mins in middle school rounded off to nearest lakh?

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A. 2000000 35. Compare and fill in the box with ‘<’, ‘>’ or ‘=’.
B. 1300000 4 3  3 3   3 1  more than
 −  less than  −   + 
C. 1200000 5 14  4 20  7 3
D. None of these  7 1
  − 
A. = 12 4
31. If each letter represents a different digit, then find
P, Q, R, S, T in the following multiplication problem. B. >
P Q R S T C. <
× 5 D. Can’t be determined
1 2 2 6 8 5
36. Find the values of missing decimal numbers P, Q and
P Q R S T R.
A. 2 4 5 3 7
B. 2 5 4 3 7 20.05 20.07 20.09
C. 2 6 4 3 7 P Q R
D. 2 4 5 4 7 P Q R
32. Which of the following shows the correct prime A. 20.06 20.076 20.088
factorisation of 108 ? B. 20.06 20.08 20.088
A. 108 B. 108 C. 20.06 20.09 20.880
D. 20.06 20.216 20.778
2 54 3 36
37. Solve the following :
2 27 3 12
(I) I am a 3-digit number between 100 and 120
3 9 2 6 and a multiple of 6. The sum of my digits is 9.
What number am I?
9 1
(II) Find the difference between the fourth multiple
C. 108 D. Both (A) and (C) of 9 and the third multiple of 6.
(I) (II)
2 54
A. 117 18
2 27 B. 108 45
3 9 C. 108 18
3
D. 117 45
3

3 1 3 1 38. When is added to 59 hundreds, the answer is 300


tens more than 11 thousands. How many tens is ?
33. Which of the following sets shows the multiples
A. 180
of 75?
B. 140
75, 150, 275, 325,
A. 5, 1, 3, 15, 25 B. C. 8100
400, 475, 525
D. 810
1, 75, 150, 225, 75, 150, 225, 300, 1
C. 300, 375, 450, 525 D. 375, 450, 525, 600 39. Mrs Kapoor bought 2 kg of wheat at ` 16 per
2
200 g. How much money would she have to pay?
34. How many more triangles must be shaded to make
AB as the line of symmetry? A. ` 220
B. ` 160
C. ` 200
D. ` 240

40. 25 kg of sugar is packed into packets of weight


125 g each. How many packets of sugar are there?
A. 2 A. 200
B. 3 B. 100
C. 4 C. 125
D. 5 D. 150

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41. The weight of a packet of salt is 1.2 kg. The weight June 20XX
of a packet of flour is 0.3 kg less than the weight S M T W T F S
of a packet of salt. Find the total weight of 5 such 1 2 3
packets of salt and 3 such packets of flour.
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
A. 8 kg 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
B. 8.2 kg 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
C. 8 kg 70 g
25 26 27 28 29 30
D. 8700 g
A. 12th ,
Monday
42. Aman is 1.42 m tall. His brother is 15 cm taller th
B. 17 , Saturday
than Aman. Their total height is_______ m. C. 21st , Wednesday
A. 2.57 D. 30th , Friday
B. 1.66
44. If × × = 2880, × = 240 and 2 = 32,
C. 2.99 then find + + .
D. 1.37 A. 53
43. Meenal joined three activities i.e. table tennis, dancing B. 23
and abacus. C. 43
D. 63
I. She went for table tennis class once in every
3 days. 45. Form the greatest seven digit number using all the
II. She went for dancing class once in every 4 days. digits 9, 4, 6, 3 and 2 atleast once.
III. She went for abacus class once in every 6 days. A. 9999999
The given calendar shows that Meenal did all the B. 9996432
activities on 5 th June. On which day will Meenal C. 9999996
again do all three activities on the same day? D. 9643299

ACHIEVERS SECTION

46. Match the columns. 48. Fill in the blanks.


Column-I Column-II • (i)_ sq. cm.
The area of figure P is ___
(a) MCMXCIX – MDXLIX (i) MMMDCXIV • (ii)_ sq. cm.
Area of figure Q is ___
(b) MMXLV + MDLXIX (ii) CCCIX • (iii)
Area of figure R is ___ __ sq. cm.
(c) MCMLVIII – MCDXCIX (iii) CDLIX • Sum of areas of figure P and figure R together
(d) MDXXXIX – MCCXXX (iv) CDL (iv)
is ___ __ sq. cm more than the area of figure Q.
(a) (b) (c) (d) 6 cm
A. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) 4 cm
28 cm
B. (ii) (iii) (i) (iv) R
C. (iv) (i) (iii) (ii)
P
D. (iv) (iii) (ii) (i) 14 cm

47. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? 8 cm

6
A. The fraction is equal to 0.24. 10 cm Q
25
2
B. The fraction 2 is equal to 2.8.
25 (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
4 A. 392 220 660 47
C. The fraction 7 is equal to 7.15.
24 B. 327 320 66 420
1 C. 392 220 66 392
D. The fraction 1 is equal to 1.25.
50 D. 392 220 66 238

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49. Three friends drew Venn diagram for the multiples. 50. Divyank parked his bike from 10 a.m. to 6:50 p.m.
Who drew the correct picture? on Monday and Sunday. The charges of parking are
given below:
Multiples of 18

Multiples of 6 Time Charges Charges


Sam (Weekdays) (Saturday/Sunday/
Multiples of 3 Public holidays)
6 a.m. to ` 250 per hour ` 120 per hour
11 a.m.
Multiples of 18
11 a.m. ` 350 per hour ` 180 per hour
Multiples of 12
to 5 p.m.
Trishi
Multiples of 4 5 p.m. ` 10 every 1/2 hour ` 10 per half hour
onwards or part thereof or part thereof

Multiples of 24 (a) How much did Divyank have to pay in total for
the parking charges on Monday?
Multiples of 12
Sanchi (b) How much cheaper did he pay for the parking
Multiples of 8 charges on Sunday than on Monday?
(a) (b)
A. Sam A. ` 1240 ` 2390
B. Trishi B. ` 2390 ` 1240
C. Sanchi C. ` 2390 ` 1150
D. None of these D. ` 1150 ` 2390

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ANSWER KEYS

IMO 2013
1. (C) 2. (B) 3. (A) 4. (D) 5. (B) 6. (D) 7. (A)
8. (B) 9. (D) 10. (B) 11. (C) 12. (C) 13. (D) 14. (B)
15. (A) 16. (A) 17. (C) 18. (D) 19. (B) 20. (C) 21. (B)
22. (A) 23. (A) 24. (D) 25. (A) 26. (C) 27. (B) 28. (D)
29. (D) 30. (C) 31. (D) 32. (A) 33. (B) 34. (D) 35. (C)
36. (C) 37. (D) 38. (B) 39. (B) 40. (C) 41. (C) 42. (C)
43. (A) 44. (B) 45. (B) 46. (D) 47. (C) 48. (B) 49. (A)
50. (D)

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

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

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

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

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