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STATE COUNCIL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND TRAINING

NATIONAL MEANS-CUM-MERIT SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATION – 2017


Class – VIII
Part – I
SCHOLASTIC A PTITUDE TEST (SAT)
Time : 90 Minutes Maximum Marks : 90
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES : kq}ƒL¡À]W¥¨Oç j]¡SÇw°¥ :
Read the following instructions before you answer S\Lh|°¥¨V D¾qU IuOfL¢ fOa°OÐf]jO oOÒV
the questions. Answers are to be given in a fLRu RWLaO¾]q]¨OÐ j]¡SÇw°¥ yèÈU
SEPARATE OMR ANSWER SHEET provided v L p]¨OW. D¾qU j¤SWºfV KqO NkSf|W
inside this booklet. Break the seal and start D¾q¨asLy]¤ (OMR) BeV. j]¡SÇw¾]jOSwxU
answering the questions once asked to do so. oLNfRo y}¤ fOr¨OvLjOU, D¾qU IuOfOvLjOU
kLaOçP.
1. Please write your ROLL NUMBER very
clearly (only one digit in one block) as given in 1. j]°tORa SrL¥ jÒ¡ (KqO Wç]p]¤ KqO A¨U
your Admission Card. oLNfU) v|©oLp] j]°tORa NkSvwj kNf¾]¤
fÐ]q]¨OÐfO SkLRs IuOfOW.
2. There are 90 questions in this test. The
2. CT kq}ƒLkOñW¾]¤ 90 S\Lh|°tOºV .
questions are arranged in the following order : S\Lh|°¥ fLRu RWLaO¾]q]¨OÐ NkWLqU
• Questions 1 to 35 belong to Social Science NWoRÕaO¾]p]q]¨OÐO.
Subjects. • 1 oOf¤ 35 vRqpOç S\Lh|°¥ yLoPz|
• Questions 36 to 70 are on Science
wLNñ¾]¤ j]ÐV.
Subjects. • 36 oOf¤ 70 vRqpOç S\Lh|°¥
wLNñ v]xp°t]¤ j]ÐV.
• Questions 71 to 90 are on Mathematics. • 71 oOf¤ 90 vRqpOç S\Lh|°¥
3. Select the most suitable answer for each Ye]f¾]¤ j]ÐV.
question and completely darken the circle 3. KLSqL S\Lh|¾]jOU D\]foLp D¾qU Rfq
corresponding to the correct alternative as R´aO¾V wq]pLp D¾qR¾ yP\]Õ]¨OÐ vQ¾U
shown below. oLNfU fLRu RWLaO¾]q]¨OÐ v]i¾]¤ kP¡¹oLp]
WrOÕ]¨OW.
Correct Method Wrong Method wq]pLp q}f] RfãLp q}f]
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
4. All questions carry ONE MARK each. 4. IŠL S\Lh|°¥¨OU KqO oL¡¨V v}fU.
5. There is no negative mark. Every correct
5. j|Pj oL¡¨V CŠ. KLSqL wq] D¾q¾]jOU KqO
answer will be awarded one mark. oL¡¨V v}fU sn]¨OU.
6. Do not write your name on any part of the 6. j]°tORa SkqV S\Lh| kOñW¾]R£SpL D¾q
question booklet or on the answer sheet. ¨asLy]R£SpL KqO nLY¾OU IuOfOvL¢ kLa]Š.
SCERT 2017
The copyright of the contents of this booklet rests with the SCERT and no part of it should be used by
anybody in any manner whatsoever without the prior permission of the SCERT. The items are prepared
with best expertise. In case of any dispute the opinion of the experts appointed by SCERT will be final.
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Class – VIII SAT

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There are 90 questions in all. For each BRW 90 S\Lh|°¥ DºV. KLSqL S\Lh|¾]jOU
question four alternative answers are given 1, 2, 3, 4 IÐV AapLtRÕaO¾]p jLsV v|f|ñ
D¾qU v}fU RWLaO¾]ŸOºV . Avp]¤
marked as 1, 2, 3, 4. From these, find the most
wq]pLpSfL JãvOU AjOSpL^|oLpSfL Bp
appropriate answer. The number denoting this
D¾qU WºOk]a]¨OW. CT D¾qR¾
answer is there in the answer sheet against
WOr]¨OÐ jÒ¡ D¾q¨asLy]¤ AfLfV
the question number concerned. Darken the
S\Lh|¾]Rjf]Rq DºV. CT jÒ¡ Aa°]p
circle with Blue/Black Ball Pen only. Record vQ¾U j}s ARŠË]¤ WrOÕV ox]pOç mL¥
the answers thus in the OMR answer sheet Rk¢ DkSpLY]ˆV WrOÕ]¨OW. D¾q°¥
only. Do not write anything in the question ANkWLqU OMR D¾q¨asLy]¤ oLNfU SqX
booklet except your Roll Number on the cover RÕaO¾OW. S\Lh|°¥ Aa°]p mO¨]R£
page and rough work in the space provided Wv¡ Sk^]¤ j]°tORa SrL¥ jÒqOU, rlV
for the purpose. v¡¨]jO Svº] fÐ]ŸOtt òs¾V Af]jOtt
WOr]ÕOW¥ Ku]RW oRãLÐOU IuOfqOfV.

1. The Harappan site which is known as 1. ""oq]ˆvqORa WOÐV '' IÐr]pRÕ


the “Mound of the Dead” ? aOÐ zqÕ¢ yUØLq SWNÎU
(1) Dholavira
(1) SiLtLv}q
(2) Lothal
(2) SsL¾¤
(3) Mohenjodaro
(3) SoLz¢R^LhLRqL
(4) Rangpur
(4) qUYVkP¡

2. The town ‘Ur’ is related to 2. "D¡' IÐ kŸeU JfOoLp]


mÌR՟]q]¨OÐO ?
(1) Egyptian civilization
(1) CT^]kVx|¢ yUØLqU
(2) Mesopotamian civilization
(2) RoRyLRÕLŸLo]p¢ yUØLqU
(3) Greek civilization
(3) NY}¨V yUØLqU
(4) Chinese civilization (4) RR\j}yV yUØLqU

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Class – VIII SAT
3. ‘The Asiatic Society of Bengal’ was 3. Jx|Lã]WV RyLRRyã] KLlV
founded by mUYL¥ òLk]ˆfV ?
(1) William Jones (1) v]Š|U S^L¦yV
(2) James Princep (2) R^p]UyV Nk]¢RyÕV
(3) S^L¦ oL¡x¤
(3) John Marshall
(4) \L¥yV vOcV
(4) Charles Wood

4. Who invented ‘The Spinning Jenny’ ?


4. "y×]Ð]UYV ^Ð]' WºOk]a]ˆfLqV ?
(1) R^p]UyV zL¡NY}vVyV
(1) James Hargreaves
(2) Edmund Cartwright (2) IcVoºV WL¡ŸVRRrãV

(3) Richard Arkwright (3) r]ˆL¡cV B¡¨VRRrãV

(4) John Kay (4) S^L¦ SW

5. Rearrange the following in 5. \OvRa fÐ]ŸOçvRp WLs


chronological order. YejL NWo¾]sL¨OW.
a) Jallianwala Bagh Massacre a) ^Ls]p¢ vLsLmLYV WPŸR¨Ls
b) Ahmadabad Mill Strike b) AzÚhLmLhV o]¤ ke]oOa¨V
c) Second Round Table Conference c) qºLU vŸSow ySÚtjU
d) Non-cooperation Movement d) j]ôzWqe yoqU

(1) b, d, a, c (1) b, d, a, c
(2) a, d, b, c (2) a, d, b, c
(3) b, c, d, a (3) b, c, d, a
(4) b, a, d, c (4) b, a, d, c

6. Which among the following is wrongly 6. \OvRa fÐ]ŸOçf]¤ SpL^]¨L


related ? ¾SffV ?
(1) Brahma Samaj – Raja Rammohan (1) NmùyoL^U – qL^LrLU
Roy SoLz¢ SrLpV
(2) Rama Krishna Mission – Rama (2) qLoWQxVe o]x¢ – qLoWQxVe
Krishna Paramahamsa kqozUy¢
(3) Arya Samaj – Dayananda
(3) Bq|yoL^U – hpLjÎ yqy~f]
Saraswati
(4) Satya Shodak Samaj – Jyotiba (4) yf|SwLiWV yoL^U – S^|Lf]mL
Phule lPRs

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7. The geographical feature of the 7. "RjpŤ' NkShw¾]R£ nPo]wLNñ


‘Neythal’ region is yv]Swxf IÍLp]qOÐO ?
(1) WOÐ]¢ NkShwU
(1) Hilly region
(2) jh}faU
(2) River valley
(3) f}qNkShwU
(3) Coastal area
(4) vqºNkShwU
(4) Dry land

8. Examine the following statements


8. \OvRa fÐ]ŸOç NkñLvjW¥
kq]SwLi]ˆV AjOSpL^|oLp Nkf]
and identify the correct response from
WqeU fLRu fÐ]ŸOçvp]¤
the given options :
j]ÐV WRº¾OW.
Statement I : Fatehpur Sikri was NkñLvj I : lS¾kP¡ y]NW]
founded by Akbar. òLk]ˆfV AWVmrLeV.
Statement II : Akbar introduced the NkñLvj II : oOY¥yLNoL^|¾]¤
Mansabdari system in the Mughal oL¢ymVhLq] yNÒhLpU jaÕ]sL
empire. ¨]pfV AWVmrLeV.
(1) Statement I is true and statement (1) NkñLvj I wq]pOU NkñLvj II
II is false RfãOoLeV
(2) Statement I is false and statement (2) NkñLvj I RfãOU NkñLvj II
II is true wq]pOoLeV
(3) Both statements are true and state- (3) qºV NkñLvjWtOU wq]pOU
ment II is the correct explanation NkñLvj II NkñLvj I R£
of statement I wq]pLp v]wh}WqevOoLeV
(4) qºV NkñLvjWtOU wq]pLeV.
(4) Both statements are true but state-
ment II is not the correct explana-
IÐL¤ NkñLvj II NkñLvj
I R£ wq]pLp v]wh}WqeoŠ
tion of statement I

9. Village autonomy through ‘Sabhas’ 9. "yn'Wt]sPRapOç NYLoy~pU


was the administrative feature of
nqeU BqORa nqe yv]Swx
(1) Vijayanagar empire fpLp]qOÐO ?
(2) Chola kingdom (1) v]^pjYq yLNoL^|U
(3) Maratha kingdom (2) S\Lt qL^|U
(4) Bahmani kingdom (3) orL¾ qL^|U
(4) mLù]j] qL^|U

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Class – VIII SAT
10. ‘The Wardha Scheme of Education’ 10. vL¡i v]h|Ln|Ly kÈf] j]¡Shw]
ˆfLqV ?
was suggested by

(1) Mahatma Gandhi (1) ozLÄLYLÌ]


(2) Annie Besant (2) Bj] my£V
(3) Iswarchandra Vidyasagar (3) CTw~¡\NÎ v]h|LyLY¡
(4) C. Rajagopalachari (4) y]. qL^SYLkLsL\Lq]

11. Match the List I with List II and select


11. kŸ]W I, kŸ]W II IÐ]v kq]SwL
the correct response from the options i]ˆV wq]pLp] NWoRÕaO¾OW.
given there after.
kŸ]W I kŸ]W II
List I List II
(i) R^LzL¢yV a) wq}qwLNñU
i) Johannes a) Physiology YOŸ¢m¡YV
Gutenberg
(ii) RRo¨sLÆRsL b) RyLRRyã]
ii) Michel Angelo b) Society of KLlV ^}yyV
Jesus
(iii) B¢Nc]pLyV c) k]pf
iii) Andreas c) Pieta RvyLs]pPyV
Vesalius
(vi) CYVSjx|yV sSpLt d) Aˆa]
iv) Ignatius Loyola d) Printing
(1) i – d ii – a iii – c iv – b
(1) i – d ii – a iii – c iv – b
(2) i – b ii – c iii – a iv – d
(2) i – b ii – c iii – a iv – d
(3) i – d ii – c iii – a iv – b
(3) i – d ii – c iii – a iv – b
(4) i – d ii – b iii – c iv – a
(4) i – d ii – b iii – c iv – a

12. Who led the Revolt of 1857 at Arrah 12. m}zLr]Rs Bqp]¤ 1857 Rs
in Bihar ?
v]†v¾]jV SjfQf~U j¤W]pfLqV ?
(1) ^jr¤ m©VXL¢
(1) General Bakht Khan
(2) jLjLyLz]mV
(2) Nana Sahib
(3) m}YU zNy¾V oz¤
(3) Begum Hazrat Mahal
(4) W¢v¡y]UYV
(4) Kunwar Singh

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13. nPSYLtR¾ qºV fOs| A¡iSYLt
13. The latitudinal circle which divides the
°tLp] v]n^]¨OÐ AƒLUw}p
earth into two equal halves
vQ¾U
(1) Tropic of Cancer (1) D¾qLpj SqX
(2) Tropic of Capricorn (2) hƒ]eLpj SqX
(3) Equator (3) nPoi|SqX
(4) Antarctic circle (4) A£L¡Ÿ]WV vQ¾U

14. Which one of the following is a 14. fLRu krpOÐvp]¤ AvyLh


sedimentary rock ? w]sSpfV ?
(1) Slate (1) SþãV
(2) Basalt (2) myL¥ŸV
(3) Marble (3) oL¡m]¥
(4) Limestone (4) \O¹LÒV WŠV

15. If the temperature recovered in a 15. yoONh j]qÕ]¤ j]ÐOU 1000 o}ã¡
place at an altitude of 1000 metres Dpq¾]¤ ò]f] R\áOÐ KqO
above mean sea level is 26.5°C, its òs¾V SqXRÕaO¾]p fLkj]s
sea level temperature will be 26.5 c]NY] Ry¤x|yV BeV. NkñOf
NkShwU yoONhj]qÕ]sLp]qOÐO
(1) 26.5°C ò]f]R\pÅ ] qOÐORvË]¤ SqX
(2) 33°C RÕaO¾OoLp]qOÐ fLkj]s
(3) 20°C (1) 26.5°C (2) 33°C

(4) 30.5°C (3) 20°C (4) 30.5°C

16. The layer in a partially molten state 16. s]S¾LyVl]pr]jV RfLŸO fLRu
seen just beneath the lithosphere
pLp] ò]f] R\áOÐ A¡È
NhvLvòp]sOç kLt]
(1) Aesthenosphere
(1) AyVRfSjLyVl]p¡
(2) Inner core (2) AW¨LÒV
(3) Barrysphere (3) mLq]yVl]p¡

(4) Outer core (4) kOr¨LÒV

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Class – VIII SAT
17. The colour used to show the symbols 17. iqL fs}p nPka°t]¤ JfO j]rU
that represent settlements in a DkSpLY]ˆLeV kL¡Õ]a°Rt
topographical map yP\]Õ]¨OÐ \]ø°¥ AapLt
RÕaO¾OÐfV ?
(1) Black
(1) WrOÕO j]rU
(2) Red
(2) \OvÕO j]rU
(3) Brown
(3) fv]ŸO j]rU
(4) Blue
(4) j}s j]rU

18. This river flows to the Bay of Bengal 18. mUYL¥ D¥¨as]¤ kf]¨OÐ
(1) River Narmada
jh]
(2) River Godavari (1) j¡Úh jh]
(3) River Tapti (2) SYLhLvq] jh]
(4) River Indus (3) fLkÅ] jh]
(4) y]ÌO jh]
19. The distance between two places 19. KqO nPka¾]¤ qºO òs°¥
marked on a map is 5 cm. If the scale SqXRÕaO¾]p]ŸOçfV 5 Ry. o}.
of the map is 1 cm to 10 km, what is AWs¾]sLeV. nPka¾]R£ SfLfV
the actual distance between these 1 Ry.o}.jV 10 W].o}. BReË]¤ CT
two places ?
qºV òs°¥ fÚ]sOç pgL¡À
(1) 5 km hPqRoNf ?
(2) 10 km (1) 5 W]. o}.
(3) 50 km (2) 10 W]. o}.
(4) 0.5 km (3) 50 W]. o}.
(4) 0.5 W]. o}.

20. The factor that does NOT influence 20. o¹]R£ qPk}WqeR¾ y~Li}j]
the formation of soils ¨L¾ ZaWU
(1) Climate (1) WLsLvò
(2) Population (2) ^jyUX|
(3) Plants and Animals (3) yy|°tOU ^ÍO¨tOU
(4) Parent rock (4) oLfQw]s

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21. A tributary of Bharathapuzha is 21. nLqfÕOupORa RRWvu]pLeV


(1) Kunthipuzha (1) WOÍ]ÕOu

(2) Payaswini river (2) kpy~]j] jh]

(3) Agalapuzha (3) AYsÕOu

(4) Bavalipuzha (4) mvLs]ÕOu

22. Identify the wrong statement. 22. fLRu krpOÐvp]¤ RfãLp


NkñLvj JfV ?
(1) The temperature and pressure (1) BuU WPaOÐf]jjOyq]ˆV nToL
inside the earth increases as Í¡nLY¾V fLkvOU o¡ÇvOU
depth increases v¡È]¨OÐO
(2) AW¨LÒ}jV XqLvò
(2) Inner core of the earth is in a solid pLeOçfV
state (3) WLb]j|R¾ Aa]òLjoL¨]
(3) On the basis of their hardness w]sWRt BS®p w]sW¥,
AvyLh w]sW¥, WLpLÍq]f
rocks are classified into igneous w]sW¥ IÐ]°Rj fqU
rocks, sedimentary rocks and f]q]ˆ]q] ¨OÐO
metamorphic rocks (4) nTf]W Akƒp¾L¤ w]s
W¥¨V w]g]s]WqeU yUnv]
(4) Disintegration of rocks occurs due ¨OÐO
to physical weathering

23. Which of the following is NOT a 23. f]qR´aOÕO WÚ}xR£ \Oof


function of the Election Commission sp]¤ D¥RÕaL¾fV
of India ? (1) f]qR´aOÕO v]³LkjU
R\áOW
(1) Schedules the conduct of
elections (2) f]qR´aOÕO SWyOW¥
f}¡ÕL¨OW
(2) Settles the election petitions
(3) f]qR´aOÕV DSh|LYòRq
j]po]¨OW
(3) Appoints Polling Officers
(4) qLNì}p kL¡Ÿ]W¥¨V
(4) Grants recognition to political AUY}WLqU j¤WOW
parties

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Class – VIII SAT

24. Which of the following is a function of 24. fLRu RWLaO¾]ŸOçf]¤ yUòLj


the State Election Commission ?
f]qR´aOÕO WÚ}xR£ \Oof
sp]¤ D¥RÕaOÐSffLeV ?
(1) Conducts election to the State (1) AyU‡] f]qR´aOÕOW¥¨V
Assembly SjfQf~U j¤WOW
(2) Grants recognition to the State (2) yUòLj kL¡Ÿ]WRt
Political Parties AUY}Wq]¨OW
(3) Reorganization of State Assembly (3) j]poynL o¼s°tORa
Constituencies kOj@yUZaj
(4) kµLp¾V f]qR´aOÕOW¥
(4) Conducts elections to the Local
ja¾OW
Bodies
25. Identify the feature of the Republic. 25. r]Շ]¨]R£ yv]Swxf JRfÐV
WRº¾OW ?
(1) Head of the State is elected
(1) qLNì¾]R£ fsv¢ f]qR´
(2) State ruled by a king aO¨RÕaOÐO
(3) A state with a Parliamentary form (2) qL^LvV nqeU ja¾OÐ qLNìU
of Government (3) kL¡sRo£r] nqe yUv]iLjU
(4) State with separate governments j]sv]sOç qLNìU
at the Centre and the States (4) SWNÎ&yUòLj Yv¦Ro£O
WtOç qLNìU
26. Country with an unwritten Constitution 26. IuOfRÕaL¾ nqeZajpOç
qL^|U
(1) India
(1) CÍ|
(2) USA
(2) ASoq]¨¢ RIW|jLaOW¥
(3) China (3) RR\j
(4) Britain (4) Nm]Ÿ¢

27. What is meant by Constitutional 27. nqeZajL SnhYf] IÐL¤


Amendment ? (1) kOf]p nqeZaj qPk}Wq]¨¤
(1) Making of a new Constitution (2) nqeZajp]¤ WPŸ]Sˆ¡¨¤
(2) Making additions to the Constitution ja¾OÐfV
(3) Making additions and deletions in (3) nqeZajp]¤ j]ÐOU Ku]vL
the Constitution
¨sOU WPŸ]S\¡¨sOU ja¾O
ÐfV
(4) Making deletions in the Constitution (4) nqeZajp]¤ j]ÐOU
Ku]vL¨¤ ja¾OÐfV
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28. The organ of the Government which 28. j]po°¥ j]¡o]¨OvL¢ \Oofs
is responsible for the making of Law R՟ Yv¦Ro£]R£ ZaWU
(1) Judiciary (1) j}f]j|Lp v]nLYU
(2) Executive (2) WLq|j]¡‹ze v]nLYU
(3) Legislature (3) j]poj]¡oLe v]nLYU
(4) None of these (4) CvRpLÐOoŠ

29. Name the court empowered to settle 29. CÍ|p]¤ yUòLj°¥ fÚ]sOç
inter-state disputes in India. f¡¨°¥ kq]zq]¨OÐf]jV
\OofspOç SWLaf]
(1) High Court of the respective States
(1) mÌR՟ RRzS¨Laf]
(2) Supreme Court
(2) yONk}U SWLaf]
(3) High Court outside the disputing
(3) mÌR՟ yUòLj°¥¨O
States
kOr¾Oç RRzS¨Laf]
(4) District Court (4) ^]ŠLSWLaf]

30. The President of India takes oath


30. CÍ|¢ qLNìkf] yf|Nkf]³
before
R\pÅV Ai]WLqSo¤¨OÐfV
BqORa oOÒLRWpLeV ?
(1) Chief Justice of Supreme Court 1) yNk}USWLaf] \}lV^ð]yV
(2) Speaker of the Lok Sabha 2) SsLWynL y×}¨¡
(3) Prime Minister 3) NkiLjoNÍ]
(4) Vice President 4) DkqLNìkf]

31. qL^|ynRp ò]qU ynRpÐO


31. Why is the Rajya Sabha known as the krpOÐRfÍORWLºV ?
Permanent House of the Country ?
(1) AUY°¥¨V WLsLvi] j]ép]
(1) Term of office of the members is ˆ]Ÿ]Š
not defined
(2) v¡x¾]¤ oOuOv¢ h]vyvOU
(2) It assembles all the days of the year ySÚt]¨OÐO
(3) One-third of the members of the (3) qºO v¡x¾]¤ Kq]¨¤
House alone retire every second
oPÐ]¤ KqO v]nLYU AUY°¥
year
oLNfSo v]qo]¨OÐOçO
(4) Members of the House are elected
(4) AUY°Rt yUòLj AyU‡}
by the State Legislative Assemblies
AUY°¥ f]qR´aO¨OÐfO
RWLºV
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Class – VIII SAT

32. Which of the following is a 32. CÍ|¢ DkqLNìkf]pORa \Oof


responsibility of the Vice President of sp]¤ D¥RÕaOÐfV
India ?
(1) NkiLjoNÍ]Rp j]po]¨OW
(1) Appoints the Prime Minister (2) qL^|ynL ySÚtj°t]¤
(2) Presides over the Rajya Sabha Ai|ƒf vz]¨OW
Sessions (3) yUòLj Yv¡e¡oLRq
(3) Appoints the Governors of States j]po]¨OW
(4) Appoints the judges of the High (4) RRzS¨Laf]p]RspOU yONk}U
Court and Supreme Court SWLaf]p]RspOU ^cV^]oLRqpOU
j]po]¨OW
33. Members of the Electoral College for 33. DkqLNìkf]Rp f]qR´aO¨OÐ
electing the Vice President of India CsNû¤ SWLSt^]Rs AUY°¥
(1) Members of the State Legislative (1) yUòLj j]poj]¡oLe
Assemblies
ynWt]Rs AUY°¥
(2) All members of the Indian
Parliament (2) CÍ|¢ kL¡sRo£]Rs oOuOv¢
(3) Members of the State Legislative
AUY°tOU
Councils (3) yUòLj s^]Sþã}vV WT¦y]
(4) Elected members of the Indian sOWt]Rs AUY°¥
Parliament
(4) CÍ|¢ kL¡sRo£]Rs
f]qR´aO¨R՟ AUY°¥
34. One of the following statements is
NOT true of the members of the Lok 34. fLRuÕrpOÐ NkñLvjWt]¤
Sabha. Identify it SsLWynLUY°tOoLp] mÌo]ŠL
¾fV ?
(1) Elected by the voters directly
(1) SvLŸ¡oL¡ Sjq]ŸV f]qR´
(2) Tenure of five years
aO¨OÐO
(3) Minimum age is 25 years (2) WLsLvi] AµOv¡xU
(4) Minimum age is 30 years (3) WOr´ NkLpkq]i] 25 vpôV
(4) WOr´ NkLpkq]i] 30 vpôV
35. For which of the following sections
does the Kerala Governor nominate 35. SWqt j]poj]¡oLe ynp]Ss¨V
to the Legislative Assembly ? Yv¡e¡ jLoj]¡SÇwU R\áOÐfV
fLRu krpOÐf]¤ JfO v]nLY
(1) Anglo Indian Community ¾]¤ j]ÐOçvRqpLeV ?
(2) Scheduled Caste (1) BUS…L CÍ|¢
(3) Other Backward Community (2) kŸ]W^Lf]
(4) Scheduled Tribe (3) oãO k]SÐL¨ v]nLYU

(4) kŸ]W v¡YU


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Class – VIII SAT

36. Which of the following is a scalar 36. fLRu krpOÐvp]¤ Ah]w AtvV
quantity ? JfLeV ?
(1) Displacement (1) òLjLÍqU
(2) Mass (2) oLyV
(3) Velocity (3) NkSvYU
(4) Acceleration (4) f~qeU

37. A car travels 8 km towards East and 37. KqO WL¡ 8 km W]uS¨LŸOU 6 km va
then 6 km towards North. The S¨LŸOU KLaOÐO. WLr]R£ òLjL
magnitude of displacement of the car is ÍqU
(1) Zero (2) 14 km (1) kP^|U (2) 14 km

(3) 10 km (4) 2 km (3) 10 km (4) 2 km

38. An object moving at 30 m/s is brought 38. 30 m/s ¤ SvY¾]¤ \s]ˆO


to a halt in 15s by applying a force in RWLº]q]¨OÐ KqO vñOv]R£
a direction opposite to the motion. \sjh]wàV If]qLp] msU
Find out the acceleration of the object NkSpLY]ˆV 15s yopU RWLºV
in these 15s Cf]Rj j]ésLvòp]Ss¨V
RWLºO vqOÐO. vñOv]jV CT 15s ¤
DºLp f~qeU We¨L¨OW.
(1) 2 m/s2 (1) 2 m/s2
(2) –2 m/s2 (2) –2 m/s2
(3) 1 m/s2 (3) 1 m/s2
(4) – 1 m/s2 (4) – 1 m/s2

39. Find out the pressure produced by a 39. 600 N msU 3m 2 v]ñ}¡e¾]¤
force of 600 N acting on an area of NkSpLY]¨OSÒL¥ DºLWOÐ
3m2. o¡hU INf ?
(1) 200 pa (1) 200 pa
(2) 1800 pa (2) 1800 pa
(3) 0.5 pa (3) 0.5 pa

(4) 66.6 pa (4) 66.6 pa

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Class – VIII SAT
40. Two nails are hanging from the North 40. qºV RoLŸOyP\]W¥ KqO U & BWQf]
and South poles of a horse shoe p]sOç WL;]R£ D¾qNiOv
magnet as shown in the figure. ¾]sOU hƒ]eNiOv¾]sOU fP°]
W]a¨OÐO. \]NfU v]wWsjU
Identify the poles formed at the ends
R\pÅV P, Q IÐ} ANY°t]¤ qPk
P and Q.
RÕaOÐ NiOv°¥ WRº¾OW.

N S N S

P Q P Q

(1) P-North, Q-North (1) P-D¾qNiOvU, Q-D¾qNiOvU


(2) P-hƒ]eNiOvU, Q-hƒ]eNiOvU
(2) P-South, Q-South
(3) P-D¾qNiOvU, Q-hƒ]eNiOvU
(3) P-North, Q-South
(4) P-hƒ]eNiOvU, Q-D¾qNiOvU
(4) P-South, Q-North

41. KqO vñO yÒ¡¨U oPsU SkLy]ã}


41. When a body is positively charged by vLp] \L¡^V R\pÅL¤, Af]¤
conduction, it has (1) WPaOfsLp] j|PSNaLeOW¥
(1) excess of neutrons
DºLWOU
(2) WPaOfsLp] CsWV S NaLeOW¥
(2) excess of electrons DºLWOU
(3) excess of protons (3) WPaOfsLp] SNkLSŸLeOW¥
DºLWOU
(4) deficiency of electrons (4) CsWV S NaLeOWtORa AnLvU
DºLWOU
42. If the angle between the mirror and 42. h¡ÕevOU kfjqwÜ]pOU fÚ]sOç
the incident ray is 40°, the angle of SWL¦ 40° BReË]¤, Nkf]kfj
reflection is
SWL¦
(1) 40° (2) 80°
(1) 40° (2) 80°
(3) 50° (4) 30°
(3) 50° (4) 30°

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43. The Geographic North pole of the 43. nPo]wLNñkqoLp D¾qNiOv
Earth is near to ¾]jaO¾LeV
(1) Magnetic South pole of the Earth (1) nPWL;]R£ hƒ]eNiOvU
(2) Magnetic North pole of the Earth (2) nPWL;]R£ D¾qNiOvU
(3) Geographic South pole of the Earth (3) nPo]wLNñkqoLp hƒ]eNiOvU
(4) Equator of the Earth (4) nPo]pORa nPoi|SqX

44. Statement – I : Sound waves do not 44. NkñLvj – I : wýfqUY°¥¨V


require medium for propagation. yµq]¨L¢ oLi|oU Bvw|o]Š.
NkñLvj – II : wýfqUY°¥
Statement II : Sound waves are
pLNÍ]W fqUY°tLeV.
mechanical waves.
(1) qºV NkñLvjWtOU wq]pLeV.
(1) Both statements are true. NkñLvj – II Bh|NkñLvj
Statement – II is the correct pORa wq]pLp v]wh}WqeoLeV
explanation of Statement – I (2) qºV NkñLvjWtOU wq]pLeV.
(2) Both Statements are true. NkñLvj – II Bh| NkñLvj
Statement – II is not the correct pORa wq]pLp v]wh}WqeoŠ
explanation of Statement – I (3) NkñLvj – I wq]pLeV,
(3) Statement – I is true, Statement – II NkñLvj – II RfãLeV
is false (4) NkñLvj – I RfãLeV,
(4) Statement – I is false, Statement – II NkñLvj – II wq]pLeV
is true

45. Which of the following is the smallest


45. fLRu krpOÐvp]¤ j}t¾]R£
JãvOU R\r]p pPe]ãV JfLeV ?
unit of length ?
(1) Rl¡o]
(1) Fermi
(2) Millimeter (2) o]Š]o}ã¡
(3) Micron (3) RRoSNWL¦
(4) Centimeter (4) Ry£]o}ã¡

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Class – VIII SAT
46. When a body is stationary ? 46. KqO vñO j]ésLvòp]sLp]
q]¨OSÒL¥
(1) There is no force of gravitation
(1) nPYOqOf~LW¡xe msU
(2) The force acting on it is not a NkSpLY]¨OÐ]Š
contact force (2) vñOv]¤ NkSpLY]¨OÐ msU
(3) There is no action of any type of KqO yÒ¡¨ msoŠ
force (3) KqO fq¾]sOç msvOU
vñOv]¤ NkSpLY]¨OÐ]Š
(4) The different forces acting on it
balances each other (4) vñOv]¤ NkSpLY]¨OÐ
v]v]i fq¾]sOç ms°¥
fÚ]¤ yÍOsj¾]sLvOÐO
47. The symbol of the element antimony
47. B£]oe] IÐ oPsW¾]R£
(1) Ag Nkf}WU
(2) Ar (1) Ag

(3) Sb (2) Ar

(4) Sn (3) Sb

(4) Sn

48. Which of the following is a compound ? 48. fLRuR¨LaO¾]q]¨OÐvp]¤


yUpO©U JfV ?
(1) Carbon (1) WL¡m¦
(2) Nitrogen (2) RRjNa^¢
(3) Ammonia (3) ASoLe]p
(4) S„Lr]¢
(4) Chlorine

49. The total number of oxygen atoms 49. C12H22O11 IÐ fÓLNfLvLW|oOç


present in two molecules of cane kµyLqpORa qºV fÓLNfWt]¤
sugar with the molecular formula Dç KLWõ]^¢ Bã°tORa I¹U
C12H22O11
(1) 12
(1) 12
(2) 22
(2) 22
(3) 11
(3) 11
(4) 33
(4) 33
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50. Find the wrong statement from the 50. fLRuR¨LaO¾]q]¨OÐvp]¤
following. j]ÐOU RfãLp NkñLvj WRº
(1) All atoms of the same element
¾OW.
show the same properties (1) KqO oPsW¾]R£ IŠL Bã
°tOU KSq YOe°¥ WLe]
(2) Elements are pure substances
¨OÐO
(3) Hydrogen is a monoatomic (2) oPsW°¥ wOÈ khL¡À
molecule °tLeV
(4) Atoms present in a compound are (3) RRzNc^¢ KqO JWLSãLo]W
different fÓLNfpLeV
(4) KqO yUpO©¾]sOç Bã°¥
v|f|ñoLeV
51. Ethanol and Methanol can be 51. IgSjLtOU RogSjLtOU AvpORa
separated from their mixture by o]è]f¾]¤ j]ÐOU Sv¡f]q]¨OÐ
(1) Centrifugation f]jV
(1) RyN¢›]l|PSYx¢
(2) Sublimation
(2) DfVkgjU
(3) Evaporation
(3) mLx×}WqeU
(4) Fractional distillation
(4) BUw]W Sy~hjU

52. Element that got its name from colour 52. j]r¾]¤ j]ÐOU jLoU sn]ˆ
oPsWU
(1) Polonium
(1) RkLStLe]pU
(2) Curium
(2) W|Pr]pU
(3) Neptunium
(3) RjkVa|Pe]pU
(4) Chromium
(4) SNWLo]pU
53. The gas produced when Zinc 53. y]ËV fq]W¥ RRzSNcLS„Lr]¨L
granules are dissolved in y]c]¤ sp]Õ]ˆLsOºLWOÐ
hydrochloric acid vLfWU
(1) H2 (1) H2
(2) O2 (2) O2
(3) Cl 2 (3) Cl 2
(4) H2O (4) H2O

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Class – VIII SAT

54. How many electrons can be 54. KqO Bã¾]R£ jLsLoR¾ KL¡
accommodated in the 4th orbit of an m]㤠INf CsWVSNaLeOWRt
atom ? D¥R¨LçL¢ Wu]pOU ?

(1) 2
(1) 2

(2) 18 (2) 18

(3) 32 (3) 32

(4) 50 (4) 50

55. From the following select that which 55. fLRuR¨LaO¾]q]¨OÐvp]¤


is applicable to solid substances j]ÐOU XqkhL¡À¾]jV oLNfU
alone. AjOSpL^|oLpfV f]qR´aO
¨OW.
(1) Distance between particles is very
large (1) We]WW¥¨]ap]sOç AWsU
vtRq WPaOfsLeV
(2) Energy of particles is very high
(2) We]WWtORa DT¡²U vtRq
(3) Particles have greater freedom of Dp¡ÐfLeV
movement
(3) We]WW¥¨V \sj y~LfNÍ|U
(4) Particles remain very close to each vtRq WPaOfsLeV
other (4) We]WW¥ kqy×qU vtRq
AaO¾]q]¨OÐO
56. The acid present in Vinegar
56. v]jLY]q]p]sOç By]cV
(1) Formic acid
(1) SlLo]WV By]cV
(2) Acetic acid
(2) Ayã]WV By]cV
(3) Hydrochloric acid (3) RRzSNcLS„Lr]WV By]cV
(4) Oxalic acid (4) KLWVyLs]WV By]cV

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Class – VIII SAT

57. The metal present in Chlorophyll 57. zq]fW¾]¤ Aa°]p]q]¨OÐ


SsLzU
(1) Fe (1) Fe

(2) Ag (2) Ag

(3) Mg (3) Mg

(4) Cu
(4) Cu

58. Which colour is imparted to flame by 58. SyLc]pU yUpO©°¥ ^~LsàV


sodium compounds ? j¤WOÐ j]rRoÍV ?
(1) Yellow
(1) o´
(2) Brick red
(2) \OaOWŸpORa \OvÕV
(3) Lilac
(3) RRssLWV
(4) Green
(4) kˆ

59. Which of the following are isobars ? 59. fLRuR¨LaO¾]q]¨OÐvp]¤


RISyLmLrOW¥ JfV ?
12 14
(1) 6 C, 6 C
12 14
(1) 6 C, 6 C

12 13
(2) 5 B, 6 C
12 13
(2) 5 B, 6 C

36 37
(3) 16 S, 17 Cl
36 37
(3) 16 S, 17 Cl

40 40
(4) 18 Ar, 19 K
40 40
(4) 18 Ar, 19 K

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Class – VIII SAT

60. Which one of the following is the 60. fLRu fÐ]ŸOçvp]¤ wq]pLp
correct set of examples under the DhLzqe°¥ D¥R՟]ŸOç yv]
particular group ?
Swx v]nLYU JfV ?
(1) RoLe}r – ypLSjLmLû}q]p,
(1) Monera – Cyanobacteria, ASyLyVRRkr]ŠU,
Azospirillum, Rkj]y}s}pU
Penicillium
(2) SNkLŸ]ð – Ao}m,
mLy]ŠyV,
(2) Protista – Amoeba, Bacillus, pO…}j
Euglena
(3) lËyOW¥ – RRrSyLÕyV,
(3) Fungi – Rhizopus, Fern,
kФ, p}ðV
Yeast
(4) †LS£ – SoLyOW¥,
(4) Plantae – Mosses, Algae,
B¤YW¥,
ASyLt
Azolla

61. Which is not an amphibian ? 61. Dnp^}v] AŠL¾SffV ?


(1) Bo
(1) Tortoise
(2) ysoL£¡
(2) Salamander
(3) fvt
(3) Frog
(4) j|PãV
(4) Newt

62. The branch of a jasmine plant is 62. SvqOW¥ oOtàLjLp] oOŠR\a]


covered with soil and supplied with pORa KqO wLXp]¤ o¹V RkLf]´V
water to produce roots. This technique RvçU ft]ˆORWLaO¨OÐ q}f]
is called pLeV
(1) Scion-grafting (1) oOt KŸ]¨¤
(2) Bud-grafting (2) oOWOtU KŸ]¨¤
(3) Layering (3) kf]và¤
(4) Cutting
(4) RvŸ]và¤

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Class – VIII SAT
63. The inner lining of the mouth, nose, 63. vLpV, oP¨V w~LySWLwU, DhqU
lungs and stomach are made up of IÐ]vpORa D¥n]¾] DºL¨]
p]q]¨OÐfV
(1) Connective tissue
(1) yUSpL^W Ws
(2) Epithelial tissue
(2) IÕ]¾}s]p¤ Ws
(3) Muscular tissue (3) Skw} Ws
(4) Nervous tissue (4) jLc} Ws
64. The veins present in leaves are 64. CsWt]¤ WLeOÐ y]qW¥
(1) Simple tissue
(1) st]fWsW¥
(2) Collenchyma (2) SWLt¢RRWo
(3) Parenchyma (3) kLq¢RRWo
(4) Vascular tissue (4) yUvzj WsW¥

65. Pavo Cristatus is the scientific name of 65. kLSvL NW]ðLãyV IÐfV BqORa
wLNñjLooLeV ?
(1) Elephant
(1) Bj
(2) Dog (2) jLp
(3) Peacock (3) op]¤
(4) Crow (4) WL¨

66. Which one of the following pairs is 66. fÐ]q]¨OÐ S^Lc]Wt]¤ wq]pLp]
correctly matched ? SpL^]ˆ]ŸOçSffV ?
(1) Xylem – Transport of food (1) RRysU – nƒe
khL¡À°¥
(2) Phloem – Transport of vz]¨OÐO
water (2) SlæLpU – ^sU
(3) Sclerenchyma – Storage of starch vz]¨OÐO
(3) yV„}r¢ RRWo – AÐ^U
(4) Meristem – Actively dividing SwXq]ˆO
cells vàOÐO
(4) Roq]ðU – v]n^j
ƒofpOç
SWLw°¥
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Class – VIII SAT

67. Identify the character that is unique 67. ^ÍOSWLw¾]¤ oLNfU WLeOÐ
to animal cell. y~nLvYOeU
(1) Presence of vacuole (1) Slj¾]R£ yLj]i|U
(2) Presence of centrosome (2) Ry¢SNaLSyLo]R£ yLj]i|U
(3) Presence of cell wall (3) SWLwn]¾]pORa yLj]i|U
(4) Presence of plastid
(4) †Lð]c]R£ yLj]i|U

68. The part in a compound microscope 68. SWLÒTºV RRoSNWLSØLk]¤


that helps to regulate the intensity of NkWLw¾]R£ f}Nvf j]pNÍ]
light ¨L¢ yzLp]¨OÐ nLYU
(1) Diaphragm (1) cpNlU
(2) Mirror
(2) h¡ÕeU
(3) Objective lens
(3) KmV^WVa}vV Rs¢yV
(4) Eyepiece
(4) RIk}yV
69. In a flower, the male gametes are 69. KqO kPv]¤, _________ R£
formed by the division of v]n^j¾]sPRapLeV kOUm}^
(1) Pollen grain °¥ DºLWOÐfV
(2) Generative nucleus (1) kqLYSqeO
(3) Tube nucleus (2) ^jSrã}vV o¡ÚU
(4) Polar nucleus (3) a|PmV o¡ÚU
(4) NiOv o¡ÚU
70. Scientific cultivation of fruits and
vegetables 70. kuU, kˆ¨r] IÐ]v wLNñ}p
oLp] WQx]R\áOÐ q}f]
(1) Sericulture
(a) Ryr]W¥ˆ¡
(2) Floriculture
(b) SlæLr]W¥ˆ¡
(3) Horticulture
(c) SzL¡Ÿ]W¥ˆ¡
(4) Pisciculture
(d) k]y]W¥ˆ¡

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Class – VIII SAT
71. 24446 divided by a number gives 71. 24446Rj KqO yUX| RWLºO
quotient 79 and remainder 35. What zq]ˆSÕL¥ zqelsU 79 DU,
is the divisor ? w]ìU 35DU W]Ÿ]. JfO yUX|
(1) 307 RWLºLeV zq]ˆfV ?
(1) 307
(2) 308
(2) 308
(3) 309
(3) 309
(4) 310
(4) 310
72. What is the smallest number by which
254800 must be multiplied or divided 72. Rj JãvOU R\r]p JfO
254800
to get a perfect square ? yUX|RWLºVzq]¨OWSpL
YOe]¨OWSpL R\pÅLsLeV KqO
(1) 11
kP¡ev¡YU W]ŸOÐfV ?
(2) 12 (1) 11
(3) 13 (2) 12
(4) 14 (3) 13
(4) 14
73. Which of the numbers below have
exactly three divisors ? 73. \OvRapOç yUX|Wt]¤ Jf]
jLeV WQf|U oPÐO ZaW°tOçfV ?
(1) 81
1) 81
(2) 100

(3) 121 (2) 100

(4) 144 (3) 121

(4) 144
74. What is the remainder you get on
dividing 1323 + 1 by 12 ? 74. 1323 + 1 Rj 12 RWLºO
zq]ˆL¤
(1) 1
W]ŸOÐ w]ìU IÍLeV ?
(1) 1
(2) 2
(2) 2
(3) 3
(3) 3
(4) 4
(4) 4
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Class – VIII SAT

75. The sum of two powers of 2 is 160. 75. 2R£ qºO WQf]WtORa fOW 160
What is their difference ? BeV. AvpORa v|f|LyU
IÍLeV ?
(1) 90

(2) 96 (1) 90

(3) 100 (2) 96

(4) 106 (3) 100

(4) 106
1 1 1 1 1
76. What is + + + + ? 1 1 1 1 1
2 4 8 16 16 76. + + + + INfpLeV ?
2 4 8 16 16

(1) 1
(1) 1
1
(2) 1
2 1
(2) 1
2
1
(3) 1
4 1
(3) 1
4
1
(4)
8 1
(4)
8

4 3 4 3
77. of a number is 4 more than of 77. KqO yUX|pORa 5 nLYU, 4 nLY
5 4
the number. What is the number ?
S¾¨L¥ 4 WPaOfsLeV. yUX|
IÍLeV ?
(1) 50
(1) 50
(2) 60
(2) 60
(3) 70
(3) 70
(4) 80
(4) 80

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Class – VIII SAT
1 1
78. When 1 litres of water is poured into 78. KqO kLNf¾]¤ 1 s]ã¡ RvçU
2 3 2 3
a vessel,
4
of it is filled. How much Ku]ˆSÕL¥ Af]R£ nLYU
4
more water in litres, is needed to fill it j]r´O. kLNfU oOuOv¢ j]ràL¢
completely ? Cj] INf s]ã¡ RvçU Ku]¨eU ?

1 1
(1) 1)
4 4
1
1 (2)
(2) 3
3
1
1 (3)
(3) 2
2
3
(4)
3 4
(4)
4
1 1
1 1 79. = 0.3125 BeV.
79. Given = 0.3125 , what is ? 3.2 0.032
3.2 0.032 INfpLeV ?
(1) 0.003125
(1) 0.003125
(2) 0.03125
(2) 0.03125
(3) 31.25
(3) 31.25
(4) 312.5
(4) 312.5

80. Given 4489 = 67 . What is 80. BeV.


4489 = 67
44.89 + 0.4489 + 0.004489 ? 44.89 + 0.4489 + 0.004489
INfpLeV ?
(1) 67.737
(1) 67.737
(2) 7.437
(2) 7.437
(3) 6.8337

(4) 67.437 (3) 6.8337

(4) 67.437

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Class – VIII SAT

81. If all sides of a square are elongated 81. KqO yo\fOq¾]R£ vw°RtŠLU
by 10% to make a larger square, by 10% j}tU WPŸ] vs]p yo\fOq

what is the percentage increase in oL¨]pL¤, kqÕtvV INf wfoLjU


area ?
WPaOU ?
(1) 10% (2) 20%
(1) 10% (2) 20%
(3) 21% (4) 100%
(3) 21% (4) 100%

82. Milk and water are mixed in the ratio 82. kLsOU RvçvOU 4 : 1 IÐ AUw
4 : 1 to make 50 litres. How much more m̾]¤ S\¡¾V 50 s]ãrL¨].
water is to be added to make this ratio INf s]ã¡ RvçvOU WPa] S\¡
2:1? ¾L¤ CT AUwmÌU 2 : 1 BWOU ?
(1) 5 (2) 10
(1) 5 (2) 10
(3) 15 (4) 20
(3) 15 (4) 20

83. The sum and difference of two 83. qºO yUX|WtORa fOWpOU v|f|L
numbers are in the ratio 9 : 2. What is yvOU fÚ]sOç AUwmÌU 9 : 2
the ratio of the numbers ? BeV. yUX|W¥ fÚ]sOç AUwm
(1) 2 : 9 (2) 11 : 7
ÌU IÍLeV ?
(1) 2 : 9 (2) 11 : 7
(3) 1 : 7 (4) 7 : 1
(3) 1 : 7 (4) 7 : 1

84. A batsman has an average of 36.5 84. KqO NW]¨ãV Wt]¨Lq¢ 10 CÐ]UYV
runs in 10 innings. How many runs y]sLp] wqLwq] 36.5 r¦yV
should he get in the next two innings IaO¾] ŸOºV. AaO¾ qºV
to make the average 40 ? CÐ]UYVy]¤ BRW INf r¦yV
IaO¾L¤ wqLwq] 40 BWOU ?
(1) 100
(1) 100
(2) 110
(2) 110
(3) 115
(3) 115
(4) 120
(4) 120
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85. In a calendar, a square containing 85. KqO Wsºr]¤ jLsO yUX|WtOç


four numbers is marked and the KqO yo\fOqU AapLtRÕaO¾],
numbers are added. The sum is 44. Af]Rs yUX|WRtŠLU WPŸ]p
SÕL¥ 44 W]Ÿ]. Avp]Rs JãvOU
What is the smallest number among
R\r]p yUX| IÍLeV ?
them ?
(1) 7 (2) 8
(1) 7 (2) 8
(3) 9 (4) 10
(3) 9 (4) 10
86. AÚpORa NkLpU, AÕOv]R£
86. Mother’s age is now 4 times Appu’s NkLp¾]R£ 4 oa°LeV. 16 v¡xU
age. After 16 years, mother’s age Wu]pOSÒL¥, AÚpORa NkLpU, AÕO
would be 2 times Appu’s age. How v]R£ NkLp¾]R£ 2 oa°LWOU.
old is Appu now ? CSÕL¥ AÕOv]R£ NkLpRoÍL
eV ?
(1) 6 (2) 8
(1) 6 (2) 8
(3) 10 (4) 12
(3) 10 (4) 12

87. If 3x + y = 9 and 3 2y – x = 81, what is the


87. 3x + y = 9 DU 32y – x = 81 DU BReË]¤
number x ? x IÐ yUX| IÍLeV ?
(1) 0 (2) 1 (1) 0 (2) 1

(3) 2 (4) 3 (3) 2 (4) 3

88. \]Nf¾]¤, ABC IÐ Nf]SWLe


88. In the figure, a line parallel to the side
¾]Rs AB IÐ vw¾]jO yoLÍ
AB of triangle ABC meets the other qoLp KqO vq oãO qºO vw°Rt
two sides at P and Q. P, Q IÐ] m]ÎO¨t]¤ oOŸOÐO.
C
C
6 0 °

P 3
6 0 °

P 3

4 0 °

A B 4 0 °

A
How much is ∠PQC ? B

∠PQC INf c]NY]pLeV ?


(1) 40° (2) 60°
(1) 40° (2) 60°
(3) 70° (4) 80° (3) 70° (4) 80°

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89. In the figure, ABCD is a parallelogram 89. \]Nf¾]¤ ABCD KqO yLoLÍq]
and BEC is an isosceles triangle. How WvOU BEC yokL¡w~Nf]SWL
much is ∠BCE ? evOU BeV. ∠BCE INf c]NY]
pLeV ?

(1) 40 °

(1) 40° (2) 50°


(2) 50° (3) 60°
(3) 60°
(4) 70°
(4) 70°

90. KqO yokµnO^¾]R£ \]NfU


90. The figure shows a regular pentagon \OvRa RWLaO¾]q]¨OÐO.

WrOÕ]ˆ Nf]SWLe¾]Rs SWLeO


What is the ratio of the angles of the W¥ fÚ]sOç AUwmÌU
shaded triangle ? IÍLeV ?
(1) 1 : 1 : 2 (1) 1:1:2

(2) 1 : 2 : 2 (2) 1:2:2

(3) 2 : 3 : 3 (3) 2:3:3

(4) 2 : 2 : 3 (4) 2:2:3

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SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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Class – VIII SAT
SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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