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LOGICAL REASONING

1. There is a certain relationship between figures (i) and 6. What should be the next card in the given pattern?
(ii). Establish a similar relationship between figures (iii)
and (iv) by selecting a suitable figure from the options 64 52 40 28 ?
that would replace the question mark in figure (iii).

A. 14 B. 16
?
C. 22 D. 24
(i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
7. Find the mirror-image of Fig. (X), if the mirror is placed
vertically to the right.
A. B.
A B

Figure (X)
C. D.

A. A B B.
2. How many different possible combination of one pencil
and one eraser can be formed from given pencils and
erasers? B A A B
C. D.

8. Which of the following figures will complete the


pattern in Fig. (X)?

A. 36 B. 60
C. 50 D. 30 ?

3. Which of the following Venn diagrams best represents Fig. (X)


the relationship amongst “Batsman, Cricket and Games” ?
A. B.

A. B.
C. D.

C. D. 9. Find the number of squares formed in the given


figure.

4. Abhay walked 60 m towards North, then he turned right


and walked 30 m, then he turned right again and walked
60 m. Finally he turned left and walked 90 m. In which
direction is he from the starting point ?
A. North B. South
C. East D. West A. 18 B. 21
C. 23 D. None of these
5. In a certain code language, ‘READ’ is coded as ‘DAER’,
then how will ‘LEARN’ be coded in the same
10. Select the odd one out.
language?
A. LNERA B. NRAEL A. UTVW B. NMOP
C. ALENR D. NRALE C. KJLM D. CDEF

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11. Which of the following options will continue the same 14. Which of the following figures is exactly embedded
series as established by the Problem Figures? in Fig. (X)?
Problem Figures

Fig. (X)
A. B.
A.

C. D. B.

C.
12. If a meaningful word can be formed from 2nd, 4th, 5th and
8th letters of the word CUTTABLE. The last letters of the D.
word is your answer. If more than one such word can be
formed then ‘X’ is your answer, and if no such word
formed then ‘Z’ is your answer. 15. In a queue, John’s position from the left is 13 th
A. T B. A and Joy’s position from the right is 20th. If there are
C. X D. Z 4 boys between them. What is the total number of boys
13. Count the number of cubes in the line?
in the given figure. A. 36
A. 49 B. 35
B. 48
C. 50 C. 37
D. 45 D. 38

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

16. Which of the following shows the smallest number? 19. Subtract the sum of 2454567 and 1273481 from 5416982.
A. CMXCIX B. CI A. 3214679 B. 1688934
C. 2248967 D. 4682561
C. CIX D. CX
20. A rectangle with sides 20 cm and 14 cm is inside a square
17. How many more squares of the given figure must be of side 40 cm, as shown here. Find the area of the shaded
2 region?
shaded so that of the given figure is unshaded?
5

20 cm
40 cm
14 cm

40 cm
A. 1600 cm2 B. 1320 cm2
A. 8 B. 7
C. 1920 cm2 D. 980 cm2
C. 10 D. 9
21. Four boys paid money for a new basketball. Jack
18. Sonal reads 10 pages per hour and Jyoti reads 2 pages in 2 1 1
paid of the money, Marc paid , Peter paid and
half an hour. Which of the following statements is true ? 16 4 2
A. Sonal reads 6 pages per hour faster than Jyoti. 1
Roy paid . Who paid the greatest amount of
B. Sonal reads 8 pages per hour faster than Jyoti. 8
money?
C. Jyoti reads 6 pages per hour faster than Sonal.
A. Jack B. Marc
D. Jyoti reads 2 pages per hour faster than Sonal.
C. Peter D. Roy

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22. The smallest 5- digit number that can be formed using A. 2 B. 3
the digits 7, 1, 0, 4, 2 (using each digit only once) C. 4 D. 5
is __________ .
A. 10247 B. 20174 30. John, twelve years old, is three times as old as his
C. 12470 D. 74210 brother. How old will John be when his brother's
age will double?
23. Which of the following best describes the angle x.
A. 15 years B. 16 years
x C. 18 years D. 20 years

A. Acute B. Obtuse 31. Neelu walks to school every day. She leaves home at
C. Right D. Straight 8:45 a.m. and reache the school at 9:10 a.m. How many
24. Neelam had ` 14. Then she got ` 23 on her birthday. Later seconds does she take to walk to the school?
she spent ` 5 on a book. Which number sentence can be A. 800 B. 900
used to find m, the amount of money Neelam has now? C. 1200 D. 1500
A. 14 + 23 – 5 = m B. 14 + 23 + m = 5
C. 23 – 14 + 5 = m D. 23 – 14 – 5 = m 32. Indu wants to choose the note card with the largest
area. Which note card(s) she must choose ?
25. Which of the following are the multiples of 7 and 4 ?
A. 28, 35, 56 B. 28, 56, 70
C. 28, 56, 84 D. 14, 28, 56 4m R 6m S 7m T
26. Ms Rikki’s students are trying to guess her age. She
8m
gives them 3 clues. She says, 6m
5m
“My age is a factor of 100. A. R B. S
My age is multiple of 5. C. T D. Both S and T
My age is more than 20 but less than 50.”
How old is Ms Rikki? 33. What number belongs to the box in the number
A. 20 years B. 50 years sentence given below?
C. 25 years D. 30 years
42 × 45  90 + = 117
27. Which of the following is true?
A. 2.942 > 2.952 B. 32.75 < 32.585 A. 96 B. 82
C. 5.324 < 5.34 D. 75.33 = 75.333 C. 105 D. 74

28. The length and breadth of a rectangular swimming pool 34. The number of factors of any prime number
are shown here. Which number sentence represents the is _______.
perimeter (in metres) of the pool?
A. One
A. 2 × 50 + 2 × 25
50 m B. Two
B. 50 × 25
Swimming 25 m C. Zero
C. 50 + 50 × 25 + 25 Pool
D. 50 + 25 D. More than two

29. How many least number of squares that must be added 35. What is the area of the shaded region in the given figure?
so that AB becomes a line of symmetry?
A

Key: = 2 square units


A. 30 square units B. 14 square units
B C. 28 square units D. 20 square units

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EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

36. A baker uses 2 cups of wheat flour and 4 cups of white 41. Amit has 13 L 800 mL of oil. He pours it equally into 6
flour to bake a loaf of bread. How much flour in all will bottles. How much oil is there in each bottle?
the baker use to bake 5 loaves of bread? A. 2 L B. 3 L 450 mL
A. 35 cups B. 20 cups C. 2 L 300 mL D. 2 L 50 mL
C. 30 cups D. 40 cups
42. Joy drove 20.3 km to a National Park. Maria drove
37. Sheena had 28 apples. She used 3 apples to make a pie. 10.9 km to same National Park. How many more km
How many apples are left with Sheena after making did Joy drive than Maria?
3 such pies? A. 9.4 B. 8.4
A. 19 B. 21 C. 7.6 D. 9.04
C. 25 D. 17
43. Shan has 6 points in a game. Rima has twice as many points
38. Mr Sharma bought 20 season passes and his wife bought as Shan has. How many points do they have in all?
1
of the number of passes her husband bought. What A. 8 B. 12
4 C. 14 D. 18
is the total cost of passes bought by them, if each pass
costs ` 47 ? 44. Suchi has 648 blocks to put into 6 boxes. She wants to
A. ` 75 B. ` 975 put the same number of blocks into each box. How many
C. ` 1175 D. ` 1275 blocks should she put into 3 such boxes?

39. A company sold 2550 boxes of books to 6 stores in Delhi, A. 216 B. 324
4 stores in Mumbai and 5 stores in Pune. If each store C. 432 D. 180
buys same number of boxes, then how many boxes did
2 1
each store buy? 45 If Vaibhavi ate of a chocolate bar and Shivali ate
3 2
A. 150 B. 200 of a chocolate bar, then Shivali ate _____ of a chocalate
C. 170 D. 270 bar less than Vaibhavi.

40. A movie started at 2:00 p.m. The movie is 110 minutes 1 1


A. B.
long. At what time will the movie end? 3 6
A. 3:10 p.m. B. 3:50 p.m. 2 1
C. 4:10 p.m. D. 5:50 p.m. C. D.
3 2

ACHIEVERS SECTION

46. A group of person is earning money for a field trip. They A. ` 75


made the bar graph shown here to show the amount of B. ` 125
money they earned each week for five weeks. How much C. ` 50
more money did they earn during week-5 and week-3 D. ` 100
than during week-2 and week-4 ?
47. Find the value of x, y and z respectively.
350

300
Factors of 12 6, y Factors of 18
250
Money earn (in `)

z, 3
x
200

150
Factors of 45
100
A. 3, 4, 2
50 B. 9, 3, 2
C. 9, 2, 1
1 2 3 4 5
Weeks D. 3, 2, 4

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B 49. The figure below shows a park which has a rectangular
playground. Find the area of the park that is not occupied
A
by the playground.
48. If 14 kg , 20 m

1m
10 m Play
2m 12 m
A A ground
12 kg
and 8m 7m
2m 6m
1m
A. 200 m2 B. 120 m2
B C. 244 m2 D. 112 m2
C
15 kg 50. Complete the addition square by finding the missing
, then
numbers. Find (B – A) – (D – C).

+ 8473 18732
C
9018 A C
what is the weight of ?
10923 B D
A. 6 kg B. 8 kg
C. 9 kg D. 7 kg A. 0 B. 20518
C. 3810 D. 59310

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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