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Class4

SETA

SECTION I : LOGICAL REASONING


1.

Studythenumberpatternbelow.
195,190,185,180,175,______
Whatruleisusedtofindthenextnumberinthepattern?
(A) add10

(B) subtract15

(C) add5

(D) subtract5

(E) Noneofthese.
2.

Gauravmeasuredtheheightofawallinhishouse.Whichisthebestmetricunitofmeasuretouse?
(A) millimetres

(B) centimetres

(C) metres

(D) kilometres

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E) Noneofthese.
3.

Completethepattern.

(A)
(E) Noneofthese.
4.

Abagcontains1red,1blueand1greenball.Whichshowsallpossiblecombinationsof2balls?
(A) red/blue,blue/green (B) red/green,green/blue (C) red/blue,red/green,blue/green
(D) red/blue,green/red,red/green

5.

(E) Noneofthese.

Completethepatterngivenbelow:
5:00,5:15,5:30,______
(A) 5:35

(B) 6:00

(C) 5:45

(D) 5:50

(E) Noneofthese.
6.

Hereisatrianglegiven.
Thetriangleisdividedintothree______

7.

(A) triangles

(B) squares

(C) pentagons

(D) rectangles

(E) Noneofthese.

Eachday,abakerybakes40cakes.Thegiventableshows
therelationshipbetweenthenumberofdaysworkedandthe
totalnumberofcakesbaked.
Whatwasthetotalnumberofcakesbakedon4thday?
(A) 140

(B) 160

(C) 200

(D) 320

(E) Noneofthese.

CAKESBAKED
DaysWorked

Numberof
CakesBaked

40

80

120

SETA
8.

Class4

Studythegivenfigure.
Whichoftheseshowsaflipofthegivenfigureoverthedottedline?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E) Noneofthese.
9.

Studythegivenfigure.
Which2shapescanbeusedtocreatethegivenfigure?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E) Noneofthese.
10. Fatimadrawsatriangle,ChiragdrawsarectangleandGauravdrawsapentagon,asshownbelow.

Ifthepatterncontinues,whatisthegeometricfigurethatwillbedrawnnext?
(A) Ahexagon

(B) Aquadrilateral

(C) Anoctagon

(D) Apentagon

(E) Noneofthese.

SECTION II : MATHEMATICAL REASONING


11. Jasbiris buildingthenumber2,058usingplacevalue blocks.Therearenothousands block.How
manyhundredsblockscanheuseinstead?
(A) 2

(B) 10

(C) 20

(D) 200

(C)

(D)

(E) Noneofthese.
12. Whichfigureshowsintersectinglines?
(A)
(E) Noneofthese.

(B)

Class4

SETA

13. Whichstatementistrue?
(A) 1,625>1,492

(B) 1,529=1,549

(C) 5,231<4,231

(D) 1,349>1,394

(E) Noneofthese.
Z

14. Studythefigurebelow.
Whichangleinthefigurelookslikeitmeasures90?
(A) W

(B) X

(C) Y

(D) Z

(E) Noneofthese.

15. Abaseballteamhas9players.2teamsplayagame.Howmanyplayersarethere?
Choosethecorrectnumberexpressions.
(A) 9+9, 29

(B) 2+9, 9+9

(C) 9+2, 29

(D) 22,99

(E) Noneofthese.
16. Writetheappropriatevalue.
90003782=?
(A) 5218

(B) 5328

(C) 6782

(D) 12,782

(C)

(D)

(E) Noneofthese.
17. Whichsquareis

1
shaded?
4

(A)

(B)

(E) Noneofthese.
18. Whattimedoestheclockshow?
(A) 5:15

(B) 4:15

(C) 4:45

(D) 5:45

(E) Noneofthese.
19. Studythegivencube.
Howmanysquarefacesdoesacubehave?
(A) 3

(B) 4

(C) 5

(D) 6

(E) Noneofthese.

20. Aschoolisplanningtobuildthepatioshownhere.
Whatistheareaofthepatio?
(A) 12squaremetres

(B) 14squaremetres

(C) 28squaremetres

(D) 48squaremetres

(E) Noneofthese.

=4Squaremetres

SETA

Class4

21. Studythe3dimensionalshapesbelow.

Howmanyofthese3dimensionalshapeshaveonlyflatfacesandstraightedges?
(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 4

(E) Noneofthese.
22. Jagdishis14yearsold.Dhirajis5yearsyoungerthanJagdish.Whichnumbersentencecanbeused
tofindhowoldDhirajis?
(A) 14+

=5

(B) 5+14=

(C)

5=14

(D) 145=

(E) Noneofthese.
23. Everyhour,agroupofstudentscanmake
20sandwichesforthesoupkitchen.
Whichnumberscompletethegivenchart?
(A) 20,20

(B) 50,60

(C) 60,80

(D) 80,120

Hours

NumberofSandwiches

20

40

(E) Noneofthese.
24. Whichdecimalshouldbeplacedintheboxtohavethenumbersinorderfromleasttogreatest?
0.28

0.32

0.54

(A) 0.25

0.86

(B) 0.45

(C) 0.61

(D) 0.93

(C) 11

(D) 14

(E) Noneofthese.
25. Lookattheproblembelow.
=
If

+4

=7,what is

(A) 3

?
(B) 7

(E) Noneofthese.

SECTION III : EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS


26. Ataschool,thereare704deskstoplaceinto22classrooms.Ifthesamenumberofdesksisplaced
ineachclassroom,howmanydeskswillbeineachroom?
(A) 32
(E) Noneofthese.

(B) 34

(C) 42

(D) 44

Class4

SETA

27. Therewere26studentsinthe firstgrade.Eachstudentate3toffee.Howmanytoffeeinalldidthe


studentseat?
(A) 29

(B) 58

(C) 68

(D) 78

(E) Noneofthese.
2
7
ofagallonofgasinitsgastank.Therideradds
ofagallonofgastothe
10
10
tank.Howmuchgasisnowinthesnowmachinesgastank?

28. Asnowmachinehas

(A)

5
gallon
20

(B)

9
gallon
20

(C)

5
gallon
10

(D)

9
gallon
10

(E) Noneofthese.
29. InMarchitrained6inches.InAprilitrained9inches.Whatisthechangeintheamountofrainfrom
MarchtoApril?
(A) decreasedby3inches

(B) decreasedby4inches

(C) increasedby3inches

(D) increasedby4inches

(E) Noneofthese.
30. Thereare9rowsofseatsinatheatre.Eachrowhasthesamenumberofseats.Ifthereisatotalof
162seats,howmanyseatsareineachrow?
(A) 17

(B) 18

(C) 19

(E) Noneofthese.

de

(D) 20

2nd

Year 2008

Class4

SECTIONI :MENTAL MATHEMATICS


1.

2.

2
Howmanyofthetriangleswouldbeneededtocoverexactly
ofthegivenshape ?
3
(A) 1
(B) 3
(C) 6
(D) 9
(E) Noneofthese.

Jyoti'smotherbought6bagsoffruitatthegrocerystore.Whatfractionalpartofthebagscontained
redfruit?

red

(A)
3.

1
6

5.

2
6

(C)

yellow

red

purple

3
6

(B) Balance

(D)

(E) Noneofthese.

(C) Thermometer

(D) Compass

(E) Noneofthese.

(E) Noneofthese.

Eachchildpickedtwotoysfromthissetoftoys.
and the

Rameshpickedthe
Narangpickedthe

and the
and the

Jack s

Coloring
B ooks

Whatfractionofthesetoftoysisleftover?
2
3
5
(A)
(B)
(C)
8
8
8

(D)

1
8

(E) Noneofthese.

The students in art class were building a castle with blocks. The pictures below show how many
blockstheyusedeachdayin buildingthecastle.After4daysthe castlewascomplete.Howmany
blocksinallwereusedtomakethecastle?
Day1

(A) 112
7.

4
6

Whatnumbersshouldbenextinthepatternshownbelow?
14,14,15,15,16, ,
(A) 15,16
(B) 16,16
(C) 16,17
(D) 17,17

Tarunpickedthe

6.

yellow

WhattoolshouldHemantusetomeasuretheweightofarock?
(A) Ruler

4.

(B)

yellow

(B) 122

Day2

(C) 124

Day3

Day4

(D) 132

(E) Noneofthese.

Thehighesttemperaturesrecordedinfourdifferentcountriesarelistedbelow.
127.6F
Australia
114.8F
Spain
136.4F
Libya
134.0F
UnitedStates
Whatisthehighesttemperaturelistedabove?
(A) 127.6F
(B) 114.8F
(C) 136.4F
(D) 134.0F
(E) Noneofthese.

Class4
8.

Whichofthese475milliliterbottleshasabout200millilitersofwaterinit?

(A)

9.

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E) Noneofthese.

Ahorse'sheightismeasuredinaunitcalledahand.Ahandmeasures4inches.Whatistheheight,
ininches,ofahorsethatmeasures14hands?
(A) 36inches

(B) 46inches

(C) 56inches

(D) 66inches

(E) Noneofthese.

10. Which2shapescouldbeputtogethertoformtherectanglegiveninfig.(X)?
(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)
fig.(X)

(E) Noneofthese.

11. ThediagrambelowshowsthepatternwhichRohitisusingtoputtilesonhisfloor.Whichrowoftiles
isthemissingrowfromRohit'sfloor?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E) Noneofthese.
12. Ms.Raman'sclassandMr.Roman'sclassarecompetinginaschool'ReadingCompetition'.According
tothetable,whichstatementistrue?
BOOKSREADEACHWEEK
Week

Ms.Raman'sClass

Mr.Roman'sClass

10

10

13

12

(A) In3weeks Mr.Roman'sclassread morebooksthanMs. Raman'sclass.


(B) Inthefirst2weeksMr.Roman'sclass readmore booksthanMs.Raman'sclass.
(C) Ms.Raman'sclassreadfewerbooksduringweek1 thanMr.Roman'sclassreadduringweek1.
(D) Ms.Raman'sclassreadthe samenumberofbooksduringweek1as Mr.Roman'sclassreadduring
week 2.
(E) Noneofthese.
13. Whichstatementistrue?
(A) Onelinesegmentcandivideatriangleintotwosmallertriangles.
(B) Onelinesegmentcandivideasquareintotwosmallersquares.
(C) Onelinesegmentcandivideacircleintotwosmallercircles.
(D) Onelinesegmentcandivideahexagonintotwosmallerhexagons.
(E) Noneofthese.

Class4

14. Eachofthe3givenblockshasastaron3ofits6faces.Whatisthe
totalnumberofstarsthatcannotbeseenabovetheblocks?
(A) 2
(B) 4
(C) 5
(D) 9
(E) Noneofthese.
15. Divyadrewlinesonarectangletomakeafigurewithexactly2squares,2triangles,and1trapezoid.
WhichfigureistheonethatDivyadrew?
(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E) Noneofthese.

16. Sarais120 centimeterstall.Sarais2timesastallasJohny.Whichstatementistrue?


(A) Sarais60centimeterstallerthanJohny.
(B) Sarais120centimeterstallerthanJohny.
(C) Sarais60centimetersshorterthanJohny.
(D) Sarais120centimetersshorterthanJohny.
(E) Noneofthese.
17. ThestudentsinMr.Raman'sclassaresolvingthisproblem.
Peterhad10coins.Thenhefoundmorecoins.
NowPeterhas16coins.HowmanycoinsdidPeterfind?
Threestudentswrotethesesentencestosolvetheproblem.
1610=
10 =16 10+ = 16
Ella
Kavita
Anita
Whowroteacorrectnumbersentence?
(A) OnlyKavitaandAnita
(B) OnlyKavita
(C) OnlyAnitaandElla
(D) OnlyElla
18. Kamalwantstobalancethisscale.Heknowsone
Howmanymore
(A) 2
(D) 10

(E) Noneofthese.

weighsthesameasfour

shouldheputontherightsideofthescaletobalanceit ?
(B) 4
(C) 8
(E) Noneofthese.

19. Zoyahasaballofstring600cmlong.Sheneeds50cmofstringformakingaring.WhatshouldZoya
dotofindoutthenumberofrings?
(A) Multiply600by50 (B) Divide600by50
(C) Divide500by3
(D) Multiply5by100
(E) Noneofthese.
20. Teenais5yearsolderthanher8yearoldbrother.WhichexpressionrepresentsTeena'sage?
(A) 85
(B) 8+5
(C) 8x5
(D) 8 5
(E) Noneofthese.

SECTION II : MATHEMATICAL REASONING


21. Amitarrangedsometilesinthepatternshownontheright.Whichnumbersentence
isthebestrepresentationofAmit'sarrangementoftiles?
(A) 7+3=10
(B) 73=21
(C) 77=49
(D) 213=18
(E) Noneofthese.
22. Whichofthefollowingequationbecomestruebyplacing4inthe
(A) 40

= 8

(B) 24

= 8

(C) 16

23. Whichnumbersentenceistrue?
(A) 100+85=10+85 (B) 100+85=150+8
(E) Noneofthese.

= 8

(D) 32

?
= 8

(E) Noneofthese.

(C) 100+85=105+80 (D) 100+85=108+5

Class4

24. Bobby asked 26 students what their favourite sport was. He made this tally
chart.Then3studentschangedtheirvotesfromsoccertohockey.Whichsport
hasthemostvotesnow?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)

Soccer
Hockey
Baseball
Basketball
Noneofthese.

FavouriteSports
Sport

Number
ofVotes

Soccer
Hockey
Baseball
Basketball
Volleyball

25. ThisisamodeloftheceilinginTony'sroom.
HowmanysquarefoottilesdoesTonyneedtocovertheceiling?
(A) 63
(B) 54
(C) 32
(D) 28
(E) Noneofthese.
26. Thischartshowsthelengthofcrosslinkroadinthreecities.Totalnumberofmilesofthecrosslink
roadinthesethreecitiesare?
CrossLinkRoad
Cities
Meerut
Delhi
Faridabad
(A) 311

(B) 442

MilesLong
281
161
150
(C) 492

(D) 592

(E) Noneofthese.

27. Naliniate28frenchfriesatlunch.MontyatehalfasmanyfrenchfriesasNalini.Arpitate3morefrench
friesthanMonty.WhichnumbersentencegivenbelowwillfindthenumberoffrenchfriesArpitate?
(A) (283) 2 =

(B) (28+3) 2 =

(C) (28 2) 3=

(D) (28 2)+ 3=

(E) Noneofthese.
28. Sumitaquicklyestimatedtheproductof79619thisway:
Sheroundedeachnumbertothenearestten.
Shemultipliedthesenumberstogether.
WhatwasSumita'sestimate?
(A) 14,000
(B) 15,010
(C) 15,200
(D) 16,000
(E) Noneofthese.
29. Howmanymonthsinayearhave30days?
(A) 6
(B) 5
(C) 4

(D) 8

(E) Noneofthese.

30. Lastmonth,3801peopleateatTony'sPizza.Thismonth,2765peopleateatTony'sPizza.How
manymorepeopleateTony'sPizzalastmonththanthismonth?
(A) 1036

(B) 1044

(C) 1146

(D) 1164

(E) Noneofthese.

31. MohitearnedRs5.00foreveryhouronsellingmilkbottles.Lastweekheworkedfor8hours.He
spentRs12.00ofthemoneyheearned.Whichexpressioncouldbeusedtofindhowmuchmoney
washeleftwith?
(A) Rs5.008+Rs12.00
(B) Rs5.00+8 Rs12.00
(C) Rs5.008 Rs12.00
(D) Rs5.008 Rs12.00
(E) Noneofthese.

Class4

32. Mr. Amitabh is painting his house. The graph on the right
showshowmanyhourshespentatpaintingduring5days.
How many more hours did Mr.Amitabh spend painting his
houseonFridaythanonWednesday?

Time(inhours)

HOURSPAINTINGHOUSE

(A) 4
(B) 5

6
5
4
3
2
1

(C) 6
(D) 7

d
on

ay

(E) Noneofthese.

y
y
ay
da
da
sd
s
s
e
r
u
ne
Tu
Th
ed
W
Day

ay
id
r
F

33. ThegiventableshowsthepopulationofNewYorkState.
HowmanymorepeoplewerethereinNewYorkin1990than
in1880?
(A) 9million

(B) 13million

(C) 15million

(D) 18million

(E) Noneofthese.
34. Theshadedmodelsshowthat
1 2
=
(A)
3 4
2 2
<
3 4
(E) Noneofthese.

(C)

1
3

1 1
>
(B)
4 3

(D)

2 2
<
4 3

1
4

1
3

1
4

1
3

1
4

1
4

35. Whichofthefollowingsentencesgivenbelowbestdescribesthetwoparallellines?
(A) Theymeetatexactlyonepoint.
(C) Theyformarightangle.
(E) Noneofthese.

(B) Theymeetatexactlytwopoints.
(D) Theyarealwaysthesamedistanceapart.

36. Therewere123playersatasoccercamp.Theplayersweredividedintoteamshaving11playerseach.
Whatwasthetotalnumberofteamsandthetotalnumberofplayersleftover?
(A) 10teams,with3playersleftover
(C) 11teams,with2playersleftover
(E) Noneofthese.

(B) 11teams,with1playerleftover
(D) 12teams,with3playersleftover.

37. In a sale, the price of a computer was reduced by Rs. 100 to Rs. 950. Which of the following
expressionsrepresentsthepriceofthecomputerbeforethesale?
(A) 100+950

(B) 100950

(C) 950100

(D) 950 100

(E) Noneofthese.
38. AllofthenumbersMeenawroteintheboxshownontherightareevennumbersandmultiplesof
3.Whichofthefollowingisalsoanevennumberandamultipleof3?
(A) 13

(B) 21

(C) 26

(D) 30

(E) Noneofthese.

39. Tanyamadeamodelofahouse,asshowninthegivenfigure,bygluingtogethera
cubeandasquarepyramid.Howmanyfacesdoesthemodelofthehousehave?
(A) 4

(B) 8

(D) 11

(E) Noneofthese.

(C) 9

Class4

40. Allenahascentimeterblocksliketheoneisshownbelow.Shealsohasaboxwiththelength,width,
andheightasshownbelow.WhichofthefollowingisbestrepresentedbyAllenafillingtheboxwith
centimeterblocks?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)

Theareaofthebox
Theperimeterofthebox
Theweightofthebox
Thevolumeofthebox
Noneofthese.

1cm
1cm
1cm

2cm
5cm
4cm

SECTION III : EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS


41. Thetableshowsthenumberofbuttonsthatweremadeinabuttonfactory
eachweekforthreeweeks.Whichofthefollowingshows theweeksin
order from the week with the greatest number of buttons made to the
weekwiththeleastnumberofbuttonsmade?
(A) Week1,Week3,Week2
(B) Week2,Week3,Week1
(C) Week2,Week1,Week3
(D) Week3,Week1,Week2

(E) Noneofthese.

42. Koyalhad8sticksoficecream.Shegave

2
ofhersticksoficecreamtoherfriends.Howmanysticks
8

oficecreamisKoyalleftwith?
(A) 5

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 6

(E) Noneofthese.

43. Atyourskatingpartyyounoticed30legsontheoutdoorring.Howmanypeopleanddogsareonthe
outdoorring?
(A) 4dogs,7people

(B) 5dogs,7people

(C) 4dogs,8people

(D) 5dogs,10people

(E) Noneofthese.
44. Joyhas1281baseballcards.Kevinhas1535.IfJoyandKevincombinetheirbaseballcards,howmany
cardswilltherebe?
(A) 2516

(B) 2816

(C) 2916

(D) 2716

(E) Noneofthese

45. AtthebakesaleyousoldcookiesforRs5each.YouearnedRs40.Howmanycookiesdidyousell?
(A) 10

(B) 4

(C) 5

(D) 8

(E) Noneofthese.

46. Theteacherbakedabatchofmuffins.Thereare16muffinsinabatch.Sheate1/4ofthebatch.She
bakedtwomorebatches.Howmanymuffinsdoesshehasnow?
(A) 45

(B) 44

(C) 48

(D) 46

(E) Noneofthese.

47. Mygrandmother'sageisdividedby15andtheresultis5.Howoldismygrandmother?
(A) 75yrs

(B) 80yrs

(C) 90yrs

(D) 45yrs

(E) Noneofthese.

48. Palakhwrotethenumbersentencesbelow.
36= 4,
D = 18
Thevalueof isthesameinbothsentences.BothofPalakhnumbersentencesaretrue.Whatisthe
valueof D ?
(A) 5
(B) 8
(C) 9
(D) 2
(E) Noneofthese.

Class4

49. Payalmadethecakesasshownforabakesale.Shesold

9
of the
10

ChocolateCake

VanillaCake

6
ofthevanillacake.Whichofthefollowing
10
fractionsshowshowmuchmorechocolatecakewassoldthan
vanillacake?

chocolatecakeand

(A)

9
6

10 10

(B)

9
6
+
10 10

(C)

1
4
+
10 10

(D)

6
4

10 10

(E) Noneofthese.

50. Lastweek,228fourthclassstudentsrodein4busesonafieldtrip.Thesamenumberofstudentsrode
oneachbus.Howmanystudentsrodeoneachbus?
(A) 30

(B) 60

(C) 57

(D) 52

SPACEFORROUGHWORK

(E) Noneofthese.

3rd

Year 2009

SECTION I : LOGICAL REASONING


1.

How many smiling faces as shown below will there be in Pattern 10?
(A) 122
(B) 124
(C) 126
Pattern1

(D) 128
2.

Pattern2

Pattern3

Observe the series given below.


1 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 ..............
What is the 20th term of the series?
(A) 6

3.

(B) 7

(D) 5

Clock I shows the time when Anny starts to draw an apple.


Anny takes 20 sec to draw an apple.
What will be the correct position of minute hand and second hand
on clock II ?
(A) P,R

4.

(C) 8

(B) P,Q

11
10
9

12 1

12 1
2

4
7 6 5

(C) R,S

3
8

4
7

II

(D) Q,S

Weight of an apple as shown by the balance scales is


____________ g.
(A) 33
(B) 22

(C) 28
(D) 9
5.

6.

Which fraction of the adjoining figure is shaded?


(A)

6
8

(B)

4
8

(C)

3
8

(D)

5
8

How many triangles are there in the adjoining figure?


(A) 29
(B) 30
(C) 32
(D) Noneofthese

7.

Each

is 1 square unit.

are equal to

. Each

is

1
of a
2

square unit. Then the area of given figure is ______


(A) 12sq.units
8.

(B) 10sq.units

(C) 8sq.units

(D) 11sq.units

HowmanymeaningfulwordscanbeformedbythelettersW,N,Ousingallthreeletters.Ifnoword
is formed then mark your answer as X and if one word is formed mark as Y.
(A) 2

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(B) 3

(C) Y
2

(D) X

9.

Howmany meaningfulwordscanbemadefromthesecond,third,sixth,seventhandtenthletters
of theword'MEANINGFUL', usingeachletteronlyonceandthe words startingwithalphabet'A'?
(A) 0
(B) 1
(C) 2
(D) 3

10. What is the missing number ?


3
9

11
8

29

(A) 18

2
26

20

4
7

16

(B) 19

?
10

(C) 20

(D) 21

11. Which is the next figure in the pattern given below?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

12. Theadjoining trianglefollows a number pattern.


What are the values of P and R ?
(A) 22,8
(B) 8,32
(C) 16,8
(D) 8,16

70
48
12 20 28
4
1

12 16
3

13. Somebrokenpartsofmirrorsareshowninthealternatives.Whichoneofthem
completes the mirror in Fig (X)?

(A)

(B)

(C)

14. Jiya mixed some numbers in the adjoining box.


What is the fractional part of 3 among the numbers ?
(A)

5
23

(B)

4
22

(C)

5
26

(D)

2
13

Fig(X)

(D)

Box
4 5 1 3 8 3 8
3 2 2 1 2 6
4 8
1
5
8
3
5
2
9

7
2
9
3

15. Rohit has a bag full of 8 red marbles, 4 blue marbles, 5 green marbles and 9 yellow marbles, all
of the same size. What is the fraction of red marbles in the bag ?
(A)

8
26

(B)

4
26

(C)

5
26

(D)

9
26

16. ThediagramgivenbelowshowsthepatternwhichMohitusestoputtilesonhisfloor.Whichcolumn
of tiles is missing from Mohit's floor ?

(A)

(B)

(C)
3

(D)
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17. Which 2 shapes should be put together to form the square given in figure X ?

Fig.X

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

18. Niti rolls a cube which has following shapes on each face.

What is the fraction of symmetric shapes on the cube?


(A)

3
6

(B)

1
5

(C)

5
6

(D)

2
6
2cm

19. Sneha used a wire to make the adjoining figure.


What is the length of the wire?

3cm

(A) 15cm

3cm
1cm

(B) 12cm
2
cm

1cm

(C) 13cm

2cm

(D) 14cm
1cm

20. The length of the pencil is _______


(A) 6cm

(B) 7cm

(C) 7.5cm

(D) 8cm

cm

SECTION II : MATHEMATICAL REASONING


21. If

= 42. What is

(A) 7

(B) 14

(C) 28

(D) 35

22. Study the number line given below. Fill the correct answer in each box.
993

(A) 994,998

997

(B) 989,1001

(C) 990,1000

(D) 989,1002

(B) 440

(C) 550

(D) 990

4 =

23. If

= 330, then

What is

(A) 110

24. If the weight of the papayas are equal, then weight of 1 papaya is _____.
(A) 3

(C) 2

1
kg
4

(B) 4

1
kg
4

1
(D) 1 kg
4

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1
kg
4

5kg

1kg
2kg

4kg
3kg

25. Number of common factors of 48 and 86 is/are ______


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

(D) 1

26. The standard numeral for MDCVI is ____


(A) 1606
(B) 1305

(D) 1402

(C) 1503

27. Arrange the sequence givenbelow in ascending order.


1, 2, 2, 5, 4, 3, 9, 8, 7, 1, 3, 4, 5
Which of the following is the sum of middle and last digit ?
(A) 13
(B) 12
(C) 11
28. ContainerB contains______ water than container C.
(A) 250mlless
(B) 250mlmore
(C) 200mlless
(D) 200mlmore

(D) 15
1litre

750ml
A

29. How will 8:25 pm be written in a 24 hour clock ?


(A) 20:25hours
(B) 22:25hours
(C) 18:25hours

(D) 19:25hours

30. What fraction of the adjoining square is shaded ?


3
3
(A)
(B)
5
4
3
3
(C)
(D)
8
7
31. Study the addition problem given on the right.
What are the values of P, Q, R, S ?
(A) 6,0,2,1
(C) 2,1,6,0
32. 8888 = 8000 +
(A) 8

4 P 3 Q
+ R 0 6 4
5 3 S 0

(B) 2,6,1,0
(D) 2,6,0,1
+ 8. The missing number is _____
(B) 808

(C) 88

(D) 880

33. Replace (*) by a number from the four alternatives.


14
2
=
154 (*)

(A) 28

(B) 26

(C) 22

(D) 19

34. Abakeryproduces780loavesofbreadin6days.Itproducesanequalnumber
ofloaveseachday.Howmanyloavesofbreaddoesthebakeryproduceeach
day?
(A) 130
(B) 120
(C) 1160
(D) 1120
35. Apileofdictionariesis32cmhigh.Eachdictionaryis4cmthick.Howmany
dictionaries are there in the pile?
(A) 8
(B) 128
(C) 18
(D) 62
36. Whichofthefollowingnumbers is/arenot divisibleby4?
(A) P, Q

(B) Q,S

(C) R,S

(D) OnlyS

9080
P

6484

4508

8735

3rd IMO | LevelI | Class4

37. Reena multiplies the fifth multiple of 5 by the fourth multiple of 4. What number will she get ?
(A) 400
(B) 300
(C) 500
(D) 600
38. Match column I with Column II.
ColumnI
ColumnII
(i) Circle
(p) Has three sides
(ii) Rectangle
(q) All the sides are equal
(iii) Square
(r) Has one centre
(iv) Triangle
(s) Opposite sides are equal
Which of the following is true ?
(A) (i) p,(ii) q,(iii) s,(iv) r
(B) (i) r,(ii) s,(iii) p,(iv) q
(C) (i) r,(ii) p,(iii) q,(iv) s
(D) (i) r,(ii) s,(iii) q,(iv) p
39. Statement 1 :All rectangles are squares.
Statement 2 :All squares are rectangles.
Which of the following is true?
(A) Onlystatement1
(C) Statements1and2

(B) Onlystatement2
(D) Noneofthese

40. Match the figures of Column I with Column II.


ColumnI
ColumnII
(i)

(p) Rectangle

(ii)

(q) Square

(iii)

(r) Openfigure

(iv)

(s) Triangle

(A) (i) r,(ii) s,(iii) q,(iv) p


(C) (i) r,(ii) q,(iii) s,(iv) q

(B) (i) r,(ii) p,(iii) s,(iv) q


(D) (i) r,(ii) s,(iii) p,(iv) q

SECTION III : EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

(A) 4km930m

(B) 4km390m

(C) 3km940m

(D) 3km490m

1km360m

Mr.Yash'shousePostOffice

MRTStation

Airport

100m

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(D) 500,2000,2

15 0

42. Chandu's father is called the young old man in his village. At
70 years of age he is fully fit. Do you know his secret? He goes
forawalkaroundthefieldeverymorning.Everymorninghetakes
four rounds of Chandu's field. Number expression given below
shows the distance he covers.
4P=Qm=Rkm
What are the values of P, Q, R ?
(A) 2000,500,2
(B) 2000,2,500
(C) 2,2000,500

2km670m

150
m

41. The airport is 7 km 970 m from Mr. Yash's


house.FindthedistancebetweentheMRTstation
and the airport.

100m

43. Jamesworks9hoursaday.Ifheearns Rs.5inanhourandheworksfor2weeks everydayinthe


week, how much does James earn?
(A) Rs.630

(B) Rs.730

(C) Rs.490

(D) Rs.940

44. A school teacher bought 280 sweets. If she gives 8 sweets to each pupil in her class, she would
need 16 more sweets. How many pupils are there in her class ?
(A) 27pupils

(B) 37pupils

(C) 47pupils

(D) 46pupils

45. The table given below shows the number of story books read by four children in one month.
Nameofchildren
Sandeep
Chinki
Raj
Shilpi

Numberofbooks
?
12
16
14

1
of the books read by other three children, then how many
3
books did Sandeep read in a month ?

If Sandeep read 5 books more than


(A) 14books

(B) 16books

(C) 18books

46. PstartswalkingfromAandstopsafter reachingF,byfollowingthe


routeas giveninadjoiningfigure.Hecomes backtoAbythesame
route. If he does the same for 2 days how much distance does he
travel?
(A) 22km
(B) 44km
(C) 88km

(D) 19books

3km
E(school)
D(library)
1km
4km

km

F(tuition)
2
B(temple)
1km

A(home)

(D) 16km
47. Teena asked Raman the Maths problem given below.
Ifwestartadding2toconsecutivemultiplesof5,whatwillweget,if2isaddedto11thmultipleof5?
Example:(2+5,2+10,.........................)

(A) 52

(B) 57

(C) 62

(D) 65

48. A dog is chasing a rabbit.

10m 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Dog starts at 10m and jumps 2 m every time.


Rabbit starts at 14m and jumps 1m every time.
When does the dog overtake the rabbit, if both start at the same time ?
(A) After3jumps

(B) After4jumps

(C) After2jumps

(D) After5jumps

49. Afterbuying3booksatRs.15each,TinahadRs.17left.Howmuchamountdidshehaveatfirst?
(A) Rs.62

(B) Rs.63

(C) Rs.64

(D) Rs.65

50. How can you divide Rs. 2 in paise ?


(A) Eight50paisecoins (B) Four25paisecoins
7

(C) Three50paisecoins (D) Four50paisecoins


3rd IMO | LevelI | Class4

4th

Year 2010

Section I : Logical Reasoning


1. Which of the following picture cubes does the adjoining shape make?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

2. Which of the following statements is false ?



(A) A rectangle is a quadrilateral.
(B) A square is a rectangle.

(C) A sphere is a circle.
(D) None of these.
3. When Joe got ready for school, he looked at the clock.

He also saw the clock's reflection in the mirror. Which
picture shows how the clock looked in the mirror ?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

4. Priya is presently at Log Ride. She walked


5 units south and then 5 units west. Which
ride did she walk to?

(A) Giant Coaster

(B) Little Dipper

(C) Sky Train

(D) Ferris Wheel

5. Tina and Rohit collect baseball cards. Each has the same number of cards. If Raju
gives Tina and Rohit 5 more baseball cards each, who will have the greater number



of baseball cards, Tina or Rohit ?


(A) Tina


(B) Rohit
(C) Both Tina and Rohit will have the same number of baseball cards.
(D) There is not enough information to answer the question.


6. Which pair of numbers best completes the equation?


100 =

(A)

(C)

(B)

(D)

7. Look at the given series :


7, 10, 8, 11, 9, 12, ....

What number should come next ?


(A) 7
(B) 10

(C) 12

(D) 13

8. Tanya is older than Samrat.



Mohit is older than Tanya.

Samrat is older than Mohit.
If the first two statements are true, the third statement is _______.

(A) True

(B) False

(C) Uncertain

(D) None of these

9. A man walks 5 km towards south and then turns to the right. After walking 3 km he
turns to the left and walks 5 km. In which direction is he from the starting point ?

(A) West

(B) South

(C) North-east

(D) South-west

10. Two positions of dice are shown below. How many points will appear opposite to
the face containing 5 points?

(A) 3
(C) 2

(B) 1
(D) 4

11. In the given figure, triangle represents 'girls', rectangle


represents 'players' and circle represents 'coach'.


Which part of the diagram represents girls who are

players but not coach ?


(A) P
(B) Q

(C) R

(D) S

12. Arrange the words given below in a meaningful sequence.


1. Leaf

2. Fruit 3. Stem

(A) 3, 4, 5, 1, 2

4. Root 5. Flower

(B) 4, 3, 1, 5, 2

(C) 4, 1, 3, 5, 2

13. Which number replaces the question mark?



(A) 9




(B) 8

(C) 7

(D) 6


(D) 4, 3, 1, 2, 5

14. Which symbol replaces the question mark?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D) None of these

15. Which number will replace the question mark ?



(A) 1

(B) 4

(C) 3

(D) 6
16. What rule is used for the In-Out machine?

(A) Double the number

(B) Add 10

(C) Add 15

(D) Subtract 10


17. Look at Mohit's time table.

Which of the following events happens after Mohit eats lunch?


(A) Mohit volunteers at library
(B) Mohit coaches basketball practice
(C) Mohit drops off kids at school
(D) None of these

18. Select a figure from four options which when placed in the blank

space of Fig. (X) would complete the pattern.

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

19. Kirti puts the tiles shown below into an empty bag and mixes them up.


What fraction of letters are vowels ?


(A) 4/10
(B) 4/9

(C) 5/9


(D) 2/9

20. The picture shows all the candy that will be placed in a machine. Each time the
handle on the machine is pulled, 1 candy comes out.
Alisha will pull the handle on the machine. Which colour of candy is least likely



to come out?
(A) Green
(B) Blue
(C) Pink
(D) Yellow

Section II : Mathematical reasoning


21. Which of the following represent the same values ?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

22. Which of the following figures shows only line segment PQ ?


(B)

(A)

(D)

(C)

23. What number should go in the box to make the statement true ?

(A) 8

(B) 6

(C) 4

24. Which of the following is a prime number?



(A) 21
(B) 33
(C) 49

(D) 2
(D) 53

25. What number should go in the blank to make the given number sentence true?

(A) 4

26. If

(B) 5
stand for 3,

100 = 4 ___ 5
(C) 25
stand for 7,

(D) 100
stand for 20,

stands

for 100, then



stand for ______.


(A) 400

(B) 459

(C) 449

(D) 440

27. What fraction of the given figure is unshaded?


(A)

6

10

(B)

3

10

(C)

5

10

(D)

4
10

28. The class is making cards to give to their friends. They must use congruent (same
size and shape) triangles. Look at Jamal's triangle.

Jamal needs another triangle that is congruent to put on
his card. Which triangle should he choose?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

29. A number has 24 ones, 3 hundreds and 15 tens. What is the number?

(A) 384
(B) 474
(C) 24,315
(D) 31,524
30.

equals _____
(A) 1/12

(B) 1/6

(C) 1/8

(D) 1/9

31. Tammy has 5 boxes of markers. There are 8 markers in each box. Which of the
options shows the way to find the total number of markers that Tammy has ?

(A) 5 + 8 =
and 8 + 5 =

(B) 5 + 8 =
and 8 5 =

(C) 8 5 =

32. If

and 8 5 =
+

(A) 1000

(D) 8 5 =
= 1240, then 1000

(B) 690

(C) 380

and 5 8 =
=

(D) 310

33. Anjali read the given pages each month.


In which month did Anjali read most pages?

(A) January

(B) February

(C) March

(D) April
34. Which sign goes in the box ?

(A) <


(B) >

(C) =


(D) None of these
35. Look at the problem given here.

If
= 7, what is

(A) 3

=
?
(B) 7

36. QRST is

(A) 5 cm

(B) 6 cm

(C) 7 cm

(D) 8 cm

+ 4
(C) 11

(D) 14

a rectangle. UVWX is a square. Find UT.




= ?

37. Which is true ?



(A) 9 18 = 18 9

(B) 9 + 18 = 18 9

(C) 18 + 9 = 18 9 (D) 9 + 18 = 18 + 9

38. Which of the following will be a true statement if an equal sign (=) is placed in

the box ?
(A) 1 day
24 mins
(C) 2 hrs
1 day

(B) 1 hr
60 mins
(D) 3600 sec
10 mins

39. The points on this number line represent a pattern.


Which of following number lines continues this pattern of points in the same way ?

(A)

(C)

(D)

(B)

40. Tania bought these items at a sale.


She went to the sale with a ` 500 note. How much money
is left with her now?

(A) ` 340

(B) ` 260

(C) ` 240

(D) ` 160

Section III : Everyday Mathematics


41. Sania used the things listed below to make a pizza.

1/4 cup pepper jack; 1/4 cup tomatoes; 3/4 cup onions.

What was the total amount of items Sania used to make the pizza?

(A)

5
cup
12

1
(B) 1 cup
4

3
(C) 1 cup
4

5
(D) 1 cup
8

42. Amisha and her friends decided to have a water fight on a hot summer day. They
filled a bunch of water balloons and started the fight at 3:45 P.M. The water balloons
lasted for 40 minutes. When all the water balloons were gone, they sprayed water
with hoses for 45 minutes more, until Amisha's dad showed up with ice cream.
What time was it when the water fight ended?

(A) 5:10 P.M.
(B) 4:25 P.M.
(C) 6:10 P.M.
(D) 5:20 P.M.
43. Arun works 9 hours a day. If he earns ` 5 an hour and works for 2 weeks everyday

in the week, how much does Arun earn?


(A) ` 630
(B) ` 730
(C) ` 490

(D) ` 940

44. Danny filled a measuring cup with 2/3 cup of vegetable oil. Then he poured
1/3 cup of the oil from the measuring cup into a frying pan. How much oil is left
in the measuring cup?

(A) 1/3
(B) 1/2
(C) 1/4
(D) 2/3
45. Which of the following is equivalent to 180 minutes?

(A) 1 hour
(B) 3 hours
(C) 4 hours


(D) 6 hours

46. Valley Transport has been hired to deliver new seats to the Sports Stadium. The
company will use 41 trucks to move the seats. If each truck holds 1025 seats, how

many seats will be delivered to the stadium?


(A) 41, 825
(B) 41,925
(C) 42, 025

47. A year has 365


days ?

(A) 2190

(D) 42, 125

1
1
days. One day has 24 hours. How many hours are there in 365


(B) 7440

(C) 8760

(D) 8772

48. Uday had 56 trading cards. He gave some of the cards to Jerry. Then Uday had
23 trading cards left. What was the total number of trading cards Uday gave to

Jerry?
(A) 23

(B) 33

(C) 39

(D) 79

49. Tamanna bought 4 rolls of film. Each roll could make 27 pictures. What was the
total number of pictures that she could make with the 4 rolls she bought?

(A) 35
(B) 828
(C) 108
(D) 211
50. There are 5778 blue pens and 7253 black pens in the supply warehouse. How many
pens are there in all?

(A) 11011
(B) 13031
(C) 12021
(D) 15051
SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

ANSWER KEYS

1stIMO(2007)
1.
8.
15.
22.
29.

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

2.
9.
16.
23.
30

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

3.
10.
17.
24.

(A)
(A)
(A)
(C)

4.
11.
18.
25.

(C)
(C)
(C)
(C)

5.
12.
19.
26.

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

6.
13.
20.
27.

(A)
(A)
(D)
(D)

7.
14.
21.
28.

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

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

6.
13.
20.
27.
34.
41.
48.

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

7.
14.
21.
28.
35.
42.
49.

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

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

6.
13.
20.
27.
34.
41.
48.

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

7.
14.
21.
28.
35.
42.
49.

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

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

6.
13.
20.
27.
34.
41.
48.

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

7.
14.
21.
28.
35.
42.
49.

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

2nd IMO (2008)


1.
8.
15.
22.
29.
36.
43.
50.

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

2.
9.
16.
23.
30.
37.
44.

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

3.
10.
17.
24.
31.
38.
45.

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

4.
11.
18.
25.
32.
39.
46.

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

5.
12.
19.
26.
33.
40.
47.

3rd IMO (2009)


1.
8.
15.
22.
29.
36.
43.
50.

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

2.
9.
16.
23.
30.
37.
44.

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

3.
10.
17.
24.
31.
38.
45.

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

4.
11.
18.
25.
32.
39.
46.

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

5.
12.
19.
26.
33.
40.
47.

4th IMO(2010)
1.
8.
15.
22.
29.
36.
43.

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

50.

(B)

2.
9.
16.
23.
30.
37.
44.

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

3.
10.
17.
24.
31.
38.
45.

(B)
(D)
(B)
(D)
(D)
(B)
(B)

4.
11.
18.
25.
32.
39.
46.

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

5.
12.
19.
26.
33.
40.
47.