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LOGICAL REASONING

1. There is a definite relationship between figures (i) 4. In a group of five boys, Rajiv is second in height.
and (ii). Establish the similar relationship between Vipul is taller than Soham. Ayush is the tallest and
figures (iii) and (iv) by selecting a suitable figure Gaurav is taller than Vipul. If they are arranged in
from the given options that would replace the (?) in ascending order of their heights, then who among the
figure (iv). following is at the third position?
A. Soham
B. Ayush
C. Gaurav
(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) D. Vipul

5. Which of the following words cannot be formed from


A. B. the letters of the given word?
INFORMATION
A. TRAIN
B. ONION
C. D.
C. GIANT
D. ROMAN
2. Find the correct water image of Fig. (X).
6. _____ is exactly in the middle of 4th letter from the
left end and 15th letter from the right end in English
alphabetical series.
A. I
B. J
C. K
D. H
A. B.
7. In which of the following options, Fig. (X) is exactly
embedded as one of its part ?

C. D.

Fig. (X)
3. Number of cubes in the given figure is ______.

A. B.

C. D.

A. 20 8. Find the odd one out.


B. 23 A. 41
C. 22 B. 64
D. 28 C. 25
D. 36
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9. In a certain code language, ‘BRUSH’ is written as
‘CQVRI’. How will ‘PLANT’ be written in the same A.
code language?
A. QKBMU B. KQUMB
C. UMBKQ D. QKBMM
B.
10. Which of the following options will replace the blank
space in Fig. (X) to complete the pattern?

C.

D.

SCIENCE

11. The special structures of certain seeds and fruits 15. Select the correct option regarding the given figure.
help in the seed dispersal. Which of the following A. X  - It contains lot of
statements is not true regarding this. humus or organic
matter. X
A. Seeds of cotton, madar and hiptage possess spongy
parts that help them to be dispersed by water. B. Y  - Contains little Y

B. Seeds of Xanthium possess spines so as to be organic matter


Z
dispersed by humans or animals. C. Z  - Most fertile layer of
C. Fruits of peas burst open when dry and are dispersed soil.
by explosion.
SCIENCE
D. Both A and B
D. Coconut fruit possesses fibrous outer covering that Direction: (Q. Nos. 16 to 18) : Study the food web shown
helps it to be dispersed by water. below and answer the questions that follow.
12. Which of the following options contains communicable 16. Which one of the following organisms has more than
diseases only? one predator?
A. Night blindness, Scurvy, AIDS
Caterpillar Bird
B. Goitre, Anaemia, Diabetes
Bee
C. Malaria, AIDS, Typhoid Plant
D. Malaria, Scurvy, Diabetes Fruit fly Spider
Aphid Ladybird beetle
13. Which of the following type of first-aid should be
given during nose bleeding? A. Caterpillar B. Bee
A. Ask the patient to bend down his head. C. Fruit fly D. Aphid
B. Tie a bandage over the nose to stop bleeding. 17. Which one of the following organisms is both a
C. Keep an ice-pack or wet cloth on the nose and predator and a prey?
head of the patient. A. Bird B. Fruit Fly
D. Ask the patient to blow his nose. C. Ladybird beetle D. All of these
14. Liquids can flow because 18. Which one of the following sentences is incorrect if
A. Molecules in a liquid can move around freely there is no aphid left in this community?
B. Molecules in a liquid are less closely packed A. The population of caterpillar will increase.
C. Molecules in a liquid cannot move around B. The population of bee and fruit fly will increase.
freely C. There will be no ladybird beetles left.
D. Both A and B D. There will be no spiders left.
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19. Four plants were planted on the edge of a field. The
diagram shows the spread of growth of the plants P
after three months. Q
R
Plant P S
Plant Q
A. Layer P
Plant R
Plant S B. Layer Q
C. Layer R
D. Layer S
Which one of the plants is most likely to be dandelion
plants? 23. Match the different kinds of accidents given in
column-I to the first-aid given to the injured person
A. Plants P in column-II and select the correct option from the
B. Plants Q codes given below.
C. Plants R
Column-I Column-II
D. Plants S
(a) Animal bites (i) Wash the area under
20. Minni wants to classify the animals given below into running water and
apply ice
two groups.
(b) Burns (ii) Apply an ice pack,
do not move the joint
and wrap a crepe
bandage
(c) Sprains (iii) Use a splint and do
Dragonfly Crocodile Tiger not move the bone
(d) Fractures (iv) Wash the area with
soap and water, and
apply an antiseptic
cream
Crab Kingfisher Bat A. (a) - (i), (b) - (ii), (c) - (iv), (d) - (iii)
Which of the following are the most suitable headings B. (a) - (iv), (b) - (i), (c) - (ii), (d) - (iii)
for the two groups if there are 3 animals in each C. (a) - (iv), (b) - (iii), (c) - (i), (d) - (ii)
group? D. (a) - (ii), (b) - (iii), (c) - (i), (d) - (iv)
A. Birds and Mammals 24.
B. Give birth to young ones and Lay eggs
C. Have hair on body and Have no hair on body
D. Can fly and Cannot fly

21. Which of the following actions require working of


both the skeletal and muscular systems?
(i) Kicking a ball into the goalpost
(ii) Cleaning the houses
(iii) Taking bag from a friend
A. (i) and (ii) only Food travels a long distance before it reaches our
B. (iii) only dining tables.
C. (i), (ii) and (iii) Arrange the given figures in a proper sequence showing
D. (i) and (iii) only the journey of food from field to the consumer.
A. 1 → 5 → 2 → 3 → 4
22. Given figure represents the internal structure of Earth,
showing different layers labelled as P, Q, R and S. B. 4 → 3 → 1 → 5 → 2
From which of the following layers, magma comes C. 5 → 2 → 4 → 3 → 1
out when a volcano erupts? D. 4 → 1 → 5 → 3 → 2
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25. Which one of the following is a mismatched pair? 29. Which one of the following statements is true regarding
the decaying food present in the given set-up?
A. Wearing away of topsoil - Soil erosion
by wind and water Sunlight
B. Very hot molten rock - Lava
present inside the Earth Glass
C. Scale used to measure - Richter scale container Plant
earthquake intensity Decaying
Soil
food
D. Scientists who study - Astronomers
the celestial bodies A. It will fertilise the soil.
B. It will supply the plant with energy.
26. ‘The Agra Fort’ shown in the figure is made up of C. It will help the plant to take in oxygen.
which kind of rock? D. It will help in the process of photosynthesis.

30. Which of the following parts of water hyacinth plant


is specially adapted for floating on the surface of
water?

A. Limestone B. Sandstone
Q
C. Granite D. Marble
P
27. Read the given statements and select the correct
option. A. Part P B. Part Q
Statement 1 : Beri-beri, rickets and scurvy are the C. Part R D. None of these
diseases which do not spread from the infected person
Direction: (Q. Nos. 31 and 32): Study the following flow
to the healthy person.
chart, which shows the steps taken to test the presence of
Statement 2 : Beri-beri, rickets and scurvy are the starch in leaves and answer the questions that follow.
diseases which are caused by contaminated food and
water. Step 1 : De-starch the plant

A. Both statements 1 and 2 are correct and statement Step 2 : Remove one leaf from the plant and boil it in liquid L
2 is the correct explanation of statement 1.
Step 3 : Put the leaf in a test tube containing liquid M and heat
B. Both statements 1 and 2 are correct but statement it by placing the test tube in a beaker of boiling water.
2 is not the correct explanation of statement 1.
C. Statement 1 is correct but statement 2 is Step 4 : Wash the leaf with cold water.
incorrect.
Step 5 : Put the leaf in a Petri-dish and add a few drops of liquid N.
D. Both statements 1 and 2 are incorrect.
31. What will you do to perform the step 1 of the flow
28. Read the given statements and select the correct
chart?
option
A. Boil the plant in alcohol for 10 minutes.
Statement 1 : Solar and lunar eclipses do not occur
very often. B. Keep the plant in sunlight for about 2 days.
C. Keep the plant in dark for about 2 days.
Statement 2 : When all the three, the Sun, the Earth
D. Do not water the plant.
and the Moon come to lie in a straight line, the shadow
of one falls on the other. 32. Identify the liquids L, M and N in the given flow
A. Both statements 1 and 2 are correct and statement chart.
2 is the correct explanation of statement 1. L M N
B. Both statements 1 and 2 are correct but statement A. Water Alcohol Iodine solution
2 is not the correct explanation of statement 1.
B. Alcohol Water Iodine solution
C. Statement 1 is correct but statement 2 is incorrect.
C. Water Iodine solution Alcohol
D. Both statements 1 and 2 are incorrect.
D. Alcohol Iodine solution Water
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Direction: (Q. Nos. 33-35): Siddhartha took some ice-cubes 37. Match column-I with column–II and select the correct
from a freezer and conducted an experiment to show the option from the codes given below.
changes in states of water. He kept the ice-cubes till they
Column-I Column-II
melt, then he boiled the water and then allowed it to stand.
He recorded the temperature of ice and water at regular
intervals and plotted a graph to show his findings. Parts of
(a) (i) Wedge
the graph LM, MN, NO, OP, PQ and QR show the different
periods when the changes took place.

O P
100°C
90°C
80°C (b) (ii) Inclined plane
Te m pe ra ture (°C)

70°C
60°C
50°C
40°C
30°C
Q R (c) (iii) Wheel and axle
20°C
10°C
0°C
M N Time (in minutes)
–10°C
–20°C L
(d) (iv) Pulley
Study the graph carefully and answer the following
questions.
33. Which periods of the graph show that water is gaining A. (a) - (ii), (b) - (iii), (c) - (i), (d) - (iv)
heat? B. (a) - (ii), (b) - (iii), (c) - (iv), (d) - (i)
A. LM and NO B. MN and OP C. (a) - (ii), (b) - (iv), (c) - (iii), (d) - (i)
C. MN and NO D. LM and MN D. (a) - (ii), (b) - (iv), (c) - (i), (d) - (iii)

34. What is the room temperature according to the 38. Which of the following forces helps a vegetable
graph? vendor to move his cart?
A. 20°C B. 30°C
C. 35°C D. 25°C

35. What does the period MN represent?


A. Freezing of ice B. Melting of ice
C. Boiling of water D. Cooling of water

36. Select the correct statement regarding a volcano.

A. Gravitational force B. Electrostatic force


C. Frictional force D. Magnetic force

39. Solubility of a substance is its property to dissolve in


some other substance to form a mixture of uniform
nature. The substance which gets dissolved is called
A. A volcano is formed when hot molten rock rushes X , while the substance in which X gets
out of Earth’s surface through a vertical tunnel dissolved is called Y .
called vent. Study the above paragraph and select the correct
B. The hollow top of the volcano that is shaped like option for X and Y.
a bowl is called a crater. A. X is solute and Y is solvent.
C. When lava cools, it solidifies and forms igneous B. X is solvent and Y is solute.
rocks. C. X is solute and Y is solution.
D. All of these. D. X is solvent and Y is solution.
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40. When a person gets a skin injury such as a deep cut, A. Pesticides may enter into human beings through
a wound etc., an injection is usually recommended food chain.
to prevent a deadly disease which affects the nervous B. Pesticides result in soil and water pollution.
system. Which is this disease? C. Pesticides can be replaced by environment friendly
A. Pneumonia B. Tetanus substances.
C. Tuberculosis D. Hepatitis D. All of these

44. Human blood comprises of different types of cells.


41. Small pieces of rocks are carried away by rivers and
Read the following statements and select the incorrect
streams and are deposited at newer places. Repeated
one regarding this.
deposition presses down the lower layers and hardens
them into rocks. Examples of such kinds of rocks are A. Red blood cells (RBCs) help to distribute oxygen
to different body parts.
_____________ .
B. White blood cells (WBCs) help in the clotting of
A. Granite, Pumice, Obsidian
blood in case of an injury.
B. Sandstone, Limestone, Shale
C. Platelets help to fight against a disease.
C. Marble, Slate and Quartzite
D. Both B and C.
D. Sandstone, Conglomerate and Gneiss
45. Which kind of energy conversion is being shown in
42. In India, crops grown from June to October are called the given figures?
as (i) crops. These crops largely depend
upon the monsoon rains. Examples of these crops are
(ii) .
Choose the correct answer for (i) and (ii).
(i) (ii)
A. Rabi Wheat and legumes
B. Rabi Rice and maize
C. Kharif Rice and maize
D. Kharif Wheat and legumes

43. Given figure represents a farmer spraying pesticides


on the crops. Which of the following statements
regarding the use of pesticides is correct?

A. Wind energy → Kinetic energy


B. Kinetic energy → Wind energy
C. Potential energy → Kinetic energy
D. Solar energy → Electrical energy

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46. The number of times Sandeep’s heart beats over a
few hours was recorded and plotted in the graph as 100
shown. Which of the following activities Sandeep Number of 80
was probably doing from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.? heart beats 60
per minute
(i) Having dinner 40

(ii) Running around the field 20


0
(iii) Walking in home 6 7 8 9 10 11
p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.
(iv) Doing his homework Time
(v) Playing football with his friends A. (i) and (iv) B. (ii) and (iv)
C. (iii) and (iv) D. (ii) and (v)
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47. Given pie diagram shows percentage composition of 49. Aarav poured some hot water into a steel glass. Then
various gases present in air. he put a metal spoon and wood block into the glass
Select the correct statement with regard to gases P, of water as shown in the figure. Choose the correct
Q and R. option with respect to ‘heat gained’ or ‘heat lost’ by
Other gases 1% the steel glass, water spoon and wood block.
R
21%
Q
P
Wood block
78%

A. P is the gas which cannot be directly used by


plants. (i). Both the steel glass and the metal spoon gained
B. Q is the gas which is required by plants to carry heat.
out the process of photosynthesis.
(ii) Both the water and the wood block lost heat.
C. The gas which is required by almost all living
(iii) Only wood block lost the heat.
organisms for respiration is included in R.
D. All of these A. (i) and (ii) only

48. Seema set up 3 systems as shown below. Each system B. (iii) only
comprises of an inclined plane and a load (1 kg) which
C. (i) only
is to be lifted up the inclined plane.
D. (i), (ii) and (iii)

50. A group of pupils of class-V carried out an experiment


on balsam plants. They wanted to find out how balsam
30 cm

30 cm

1K plants grow under certain conditions. This is how they


g
conducted the experiment.
1K

L M
g

(i) They filled two identical pots with equal amount


20 cm 50 cm
of soil.
(ii) They put five seeds in one pot and twenty seeds
in the other pot.
30 cm

(iii) Both pots were then placed side by side in the


1K
g garden.
N
(iv) Both pots were given the same amount of water
70 cm daily.
Which out of the given systems requires the least What according to you is the aim of their experiment?
effort to move the load up the inclined plane?
A. Balsam plants grow well in pots.
A. System L
B. Overcrowding can affect plant growth.
B. System M
C. Water is necessary for healthy plant growth.
C. System N
D. Sunlight is necessary for photosynthesis.
D. All the systems will require same effort.

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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