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LOGICAL REASONING

1. Which figure will replace the question mark in the 6. In the given Venn diagram, Square, Triangle and
figure pattern given below? Circle represents the group of students studying Science,
Maths and History respectively. Students who study
Maths and Science but not History are represented
by _________.

A. B.

C. D.

2. Which of the following words cannot be formed A. C B. D


from the alphabets of the given word? C. A D. E
FINANCE
7. In a certain code language, MOTHER is written as
A. FINE B. NICE
REHTOM, then how will PAPER be written in the
C. FIND D. FACE
same code?
3. Select a figure from the options in which Fig.(X) is A. PRAPE B. REAPP
exactly embedded as one of its parts.
C. RPEPA D. REPAP

8. Which of the following options will complete the


given number pattern?
Fig. (X)
475, 500, 550, ? , 725
A. B. A. 650 B. 600
C. 625 D. 640

C. D. 9. Which of the following figures, when placed in


the blank space of Fig. (X) will complete the pattern?
4. How many triangles are formed in the given figure?

Fig. (X)
A. 4 B. 7
C. 5 D. 6
A. B.
5. Which of the following figures has the maximum
lines of symmetry?
C. D.

A. B. 10. What is the missing number, if same rule is followed


in all the three figures?

C. D.
A. 224 B. 364
C. 294 D. 216
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11. Find the mirror image of Fig. (X), if the mirror is 13. How many cubes are used to make the given solid ?
placed along MN.
A. 10

B. 14

C. 16

D. 18

14. There is a certain relationship between the pair of


letters given on either side of : :. Identify the relationship
and find the missing term.
A. B. az : by : : cx : ?
A. ef B. dw
C. gh D. ij

15. Namita walks 25 m towards North. Then turning to


C. D. her right she walks 25 m. She then turns to her left
and walks 30 m. Next, she moves 50 m to her left.
Finally, she turns to her left and moves 30 m. In
which direction is she standing now with respect to
12. Four children were born in the same year but in her starting point?
different months. Renu was born before Dev. Dev A. South-West
was born after Bina. Bina was born after Amit but B. East
before Renu. Who is the oldest? C. North-West
A. Bina B. Renu
D. North-East
C. Amit D. Dev

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

16. If L.C.M. of 20, 25 and 30 is n, then the value of n 19. Which of the following angles measures less than
is ________. a right angle?
A. 200 B. 300
C. 400 D. 600
A. B.
17. If , ; then

what is the value of

A. 2 B. 5
C. 0 D. 1 C. D.

18. Find the perimeter of the given figure.

20. Nagesh left for the cricket ground at 7:45 a.m. and
reached there at 8:20 a.m. How long did it take him
to get there?
A. 25 minutes
B. 55 minutes
C. 35 minutes
A. 30 cm B. 60 cm
C. 19 cm D. 38 cm D. 15 minutes

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21. Which of the following is arranged in descending 30. Divide the 9th multiple of 6 by the 3 rd multiple of 3.
order? The answer is __________.
A. 6.65, 6.62, 6.03 B. 8.35, 8.3, 8.5 A. 10 B. 6
C. 5.07, 5.7, 7.5 D. 1.91, 1.19, 1.9
C. 12 D. 15
22. In the number 89537, the difference between the
31. 462723 is written in words as __________.
place value of 8 and 5 is __________.
A. Forty six thousand two hundred seventy three.
A. 89000 B. 79500
C. 88500 D. 88470 B. Four lakh sixty two thousand seven hundred twenty
three.
23. What should be the number in the START box?
C. Four lakh sixty two thousand seven hundred three.
D. Forty six thousand seven hundred twenty
A. 1.12 B. 11.2 three.
C. 17.5 D. 1.75 32. Which of the following squares must be shaded so
that the dotted line AB becomes a line of symmetry?
24. Which of the following has the maximum value?
1 3 1 7
A.  B. 
4 2 5 5
2 9 3 5
C.  D. 
5 4 5 2

25. How many right angles do the following figures have


altogether?

A. 8 B. 9
C. 10 D. 5
26. Roman numeral for 3000 + 500 + 40 + 5 = ? . A. I B. II
C. III D. IV
A. MMMDLXV B. MMMCDLXV
C. MMMDXLV D. MMMDCLXV 33. Find the product of 6 with the sum of 35 tenths and
3 263 hundredths.
27. Express 6 hrs in minutes.
4 A. 34.88
A. 450 minutes B. 315 minutes B. 38.45
C. 405 minutes D. 520 minutes C. 45.78
D. 36.78
28. The area of the shaded region is _________.

DIRECTION (34 – 35) : The given bar graph shows the


number of H1N1 cases in 4 different cities. Study the graph
and answer the following questions.

A. 120 sq. cm B. 140 sq. cm


C. 150 sq. cm D. 205 sq. cm

29. Simplify : 18 + [14 – {17 – (8 + 5 – 1)}]


A. 27 B. 29
C. 32 D. 25

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34. How many more cases of H1N1 occurred in Mumbai 35. What was the total number of H1N1 cases in all the
as compared to Pune? 4 cities?
A. 250 B. 100 A. 1000 B. 900
C. 50 D. 150 C. 950 D. 850

EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

36. Atul had ` 180. He spent ` 54.09 on a radio and ` 0.85 41. In the morning, a container with a capacity of 15 L
on a drink. How much money is left with him? is filled with water. As the day progresses firstly
A. ` 54.94 B. ` 127.91 750 mL, then 4 L 300 mL and lastly 7 L 390 mL is
C. ` 125.06 D. ` 234.94 taken out. How much water is left in the container
37. The normal human body temperature is 98.6°F. If the at the end of the day?
temperature of Rahul’s body rose to 102.6°F, how A. 2L 560 mL B. 2L 500 mL
much above normal was his body temperature ? C. 2L 56 mL D. 2L 460 mL
A. 2.4°F B. 3.2°F
42. In the morning, Nikhil went to office by bus and
C. 4.0°F D. 5.0°F
covered a distance of 5 km 650 m. In the evening,
38. A maths quiz consists of 40 questions. 4 marks are
he walked a distance of 3 km 720 m. How much more
given for every correct answer and 2 marks are deducted
distance did he cover by bus than by walking?
for every incorrect answer. If Aakash answered all
A. 1 km 670 m B. 1 km 930 m
the questions, and 35 of them are correct, then what
is his total marks? C. 7 km 300 m D. 3 km 670 m
A. 140 B. 130 43. Shailendra weighs 37 kg 750 grams while his friend
C. 120 D. 150 is 4 kg 500 grams heavier than him. Find the weight
39. Raman packed 52.5 kg sugar into some packets. of his friend.
If he puts 2.5 kg sugar in each packet, then how A. 40 kg 250 g B. 42 kg 250 g
many packets did he pack? C. 41 kg 250 g D. 43 kg 250 g
A. 21 B. 20
44. A box has 15 bars of chocolate. The cost of 15 bars
C. 19 D. 31
is ` 900. How much do we need to pay for 4 such
40. A shopkeeper sold 17.750 kg of rice on first day. On bars of chocolate?
the next day, he sold 38.250 kg of rice. On the third
A. ` 240 B. ` 250
day, he sold 45.500 kg of rice. How much rice did
C. ` 60 D. ` 300
the shopkeeper sell in all three days?
45. In an assembly, children were asked to stand in 8
A. 100 kg
rows. If there were 136 children, then how many
B. 101 kg children were there in each row ?
C. 101.500 kg A. 15 B. 16
D. 102.500 kg C. 17 D. 19

ACHIEVERS SECTION

46. Find the value of (P + Q) y R. 47. Which of the following is true for shaded fraction?

(i) 123.27 y 4.2 = P


A.
(ii) Q – 114.18 = 119.99

(iii) 16.5 × R = 74.25


A. 32.34 B. 42.72 B.
C. 62.15 D. 58.56

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49. In the given figure, there is a rectangle of length
20 cm and three shaded squares inside the rectangle.
C. _ = If perimeter of the rectangle is 56 cm. Find the area
of the unshaded part.

D.

48. Read the following statements given by four friends


about the given figure. A. 115 cm2 B. 85 cm2
C. 103 cm2 D. 100 cm2

50. How many can replace the question mark?

(I)
Jyoti : “I can see 6 pairs of perpendicular
lines”.
Harsha : “There are more than 7 angles in the
figure”.
Jiya : “There is only one pair of parallel (II)
lines”.
Harsh : “Two of the angles are less than right
angle”.
Which of the following friends gave the incorrect (III) .
statement?
A. Jyoti B. Harsha A. 8 B. 10
C. Jiya D. Harsh C. 12 D. 14

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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