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Set A

Year 2014
17th NSO - SET A 2

Logical reasoning

1. Four friends M, N, O and P are playing cards. If C. R, S


P faces towards North and M faces towards West, D. S, Q
then who faces towards South?
7. If the digits of a watch are replaced by every alternate
A. O
B. N letter in alphabets starting from 12, in the reverse
C. P order, i.e. 12 is replaced by A, 11 is replaced by C
D. Data inadequate and so on, then at which letter would be the hour
hand when it is 5:00 pm?
2. Pointing towards a man, Radhika said, "His sister A. P
is my daughter's brother's mother." How is the man B. N
related to Radhika? C. O
A. Brother D. Q
B. Father
C. Uncle 8. Count the number of rectangles in the given
D. Grandfather figure.
A. 20
3. Select the option which will replace the question
B. 18
mark in the given number series.
C. 16
198, 194, 185, 169, ?
A. 92 D. 14
B. 112
9. Find the mirror image of the given Figure (X), if
C. 136
the mirror is placed vertically to the left.
D. 144

4. Which of the following Venn diagrams represents the


best relationship amongst "Men, Trees and Living
Figure (X)
beings"?
A. B.
A. B.

C. D.
C. D.

10. Arrange the given units in a meaningful sequence.

5. Which of the following numbers will complete the 1. Hecto 2. Centi 3. Deca 4. Kilo
5. Deci
given figure?
A. 1, 3, 4, 5, 2
A. 90 1 9
129 17 B. 1, 5, 3, 4, 2
B. 97 C. 2, 5, 3, 1, 4
? 33
C. 107 D. 5, 2, 1, 4, 3
73 49
D. 117
11. Two positions of a dice are given below. Find the
6. Select a pair of figures from the options which has number at the bottom, when number 6 is at the
same condition of placement of dots. top.

3 4 1
6 2 5 1 3 2

(P) (R) (S) (T) A. 1


(Q)
B. 4
A. P, Q C. 5
B. Q, R D. Can't be determined
17th NSO - SET A 3
12. 121 is related to 12 in the same way as 25 is related 3 D 6 $ C 4 E 8 # N 5 F 1 A P 9 M @ K 2 B
to _____. % 7 H U
A. 1 A. A
B. 2 B. 1
C. 6 C. F
D. 7 D. %

13. A bird shooter was asked how many birds he had 15. Which of the following options will complete the
in his bag. He replied that there were all sparrows pattern in Figure (X)?
but six, all pigeons but six, and all ducks but six.
A.
How many birds did he have in all in his bag?
A. 9
B. 18 B. ?
C. 27
D. 36 Figure (X)
C.
14. Which of the following is exactly in the middle of
the 17th from the right end, and 18th from the left D.
end, in the given arrangement?

Science

16. A ray of light parallel to the floor strikes a plane A. P is brighter than before, but Q does not light up.
mirror, which is inclined at an angle 40° as shown B. P does not light up, but Q is brighter than
in figure. What is the angle of reflection? before.
C. Both P and Q are brighter than before.
A. 40°
Incident ray Plane D. P and Q both will not light up.
B. 80° mirror
20. Two magnets, P and Q attract four soft iron bars,
C. 50° 40° Floor W, X, Y and Z at their poles, as shown in the given
D. 90° figure. What will happen to the iron bars, when the
two magnets move towards each other, and attract
17. When you heat a system, its temperature _____. each other ?
A. Always increases
B. Sometimes decreases
C. May stay the same
D. Always goes up or down, depending on the heat

18. Two boys, P and Q are running along the same path.
P is 10 m ahead of Q initially. However, Q catches
up with P, after running 50 m. Assuming that both A. Nothing will happen.
boys are running at a constant speed, what is the B. X and Y will drop off.
ratio of the speeds of P and Q? C. X and Y will repel away each other.
D. W and Z will attract X and Y respectively.
A. 6 : 5
B. 5 : 6 21. A laboratory thermometer gave the reading of –1°C
C. 4 : 1 and 99°C when inserted into melting ice and boiling
D. 4 : 5 water respectively, both at standard atmospheric
pressure. What is the error when the same thermometer
19. The given figure shows a
is used to measure the difference between two arbitrary
circuit which contains two P temperatures?
identical lamps. When the Q
A. –1°C
switch is closed, which of
B. 1°C
the following statements best
describes, what happened C. 0°C
to lamps P and Q? D. 2°C
17th NSO - SET A 4
22. Metal pots are often made shiny on surface outside A. Both statements 1 and 2 are true and statement 2
especially on the top and side and that makes sense is the correct explanation of statement 1.
thermally because this ______. B. Both statements 1 and 2 are true but statement 2
A. Conducts heat better is not the correct explanation of statement 1.
B. Radiates less energy out from the pot C. Statement 1 is true and statement 2 is false.
C. Lowers the loss due to conduction D. Both statements 1 and 2 are false.
D. Appreciably decreases convection losses
27. Reyansh placed three different types of glasses in
23. Komal and Kavita start at one end of a street (the front of letters as shown below :
origin), run to the other end, and then head back. On
the way back, Komal is ahead of Kavita. Which of
WW X R
the given statements is correct, regarding the distance
covered and the displacement from the origin at the
I II III
moment?
Which of the following observations is correct?
A. Kavita has run a greater distance, but her
A. Glass I is transparent and unclear.
displacement is less than that of Komal.
B. Glass I is translucent and clear.
B. Kavita has run a greater distance and her
displacement is greater than that of Komal. C. Glass II is opaque and frosted.
C. Komal has run a greater distance, but her D. Glass III is translucent and frosted.
displacement is less than that of Kavita.
28. Preeti has collected some items from her kitchen :
D. Komal has run a greater distance and her i. Amla ii. Baking soda
displacement is greater than that of Kavita. iii. Tamarind iv. Soap
24. During the formation of rain, when water vapours v. Lime water vi. Common salt
change back to liquid in the form of rain drops, vii. Sugar
_____. She classified them as acidic, basic and neutral
A. Heat is absorbed substances. Which of the following classification
B. Heat is released is correct?
C. Heat is first absorbed, and then released Acidic Basic Neutral
D. There is no exchange of heat A. (i), (ii) (iv), (vii) (iii), (v), (vi)
B. (iv), (vi) (i), (ii), (iii) (v), (vii)
25. O b s e r v e t h e f o l l o w i n g e x p e r i m e n t a l s e t - u p C. (i), (iii) (ii), (v), (vi) (iv), (vii)
carefully. D. (i), (iii) (ii), (iv), (v) (vi), (vii)
Ice cubes
29. A science teacher arranged the following sets of
Beaker Aluminium test tubes and added different indicators to the
Sea water tray solutions.
Test tube 10 mL 10 mL
Tripod Sodium Nitric acid
stand Burner hydroxide + 5 mL
+ 5 mL Window
Identify liquid (X ) in the test tube, residue (Y ) left Spinach cleaner
in the beaker, process (Z) involved. juice
X Y Z (1) (2)
15 mL 1 teaspoon
A. Sea water Sugar Sedimentation and decantation Potassium Curd
B. Water Salt Evaporation and filtration hydroxide + 10 mL
C. Sea water Salt Condensation and evaporation + 10 mL Lemon
Vinegar juice
D. Water Salt Evaporation and condensation
(3) (4)
26. Read the given statements and select the correct She asked the students to find out the incorrect result
option. from the following.
Statement 1: Acid rain causes damage to buildings, A. Test tubes 1 and 3 turn turmeric solution to red.
historical monuments, plants and animals. B. Test tubes 2 and 4 turn China rose indicator to
Statement 2: Air pollutants such as carbon dioxide, green.
sulphur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide dissolve in rain C. Methyl orange turns yellow in test tubes 1 and 3.
drops to form carbonic acid, sulphuric acid and nitric D. Phenolphthalein remains colourless in test tubes
acid respectively. 2 and 4.
17th NSO - SET A 5
30. Some examples of changes are given below : 33. Read the given passage.
a. Cutting a log of wood into pieces. The water-bearing layer of the earth called P is
b. Breaking down of ozone. made up of two components Q and R . The top
c. Melting of glaciers. level of layer P is called S . When too many
d. Lime water turns milky. tubewells are used in an area, the level of S in
e. Digestion of food. that area goes down.
f. Punching a hole in a paper. Select the correct sequence of words to fill up the
Classify the above changes into blanks in the above passage.
I. Irreversible physical change
II. Chemical change P Q R S
III. Reversible physical change A. Sea Permeable Soil Aquifer
A. I - a, f II - b, d, e III - c rocks
B. I - a, b, e II - d, f III - c B. Water Soil Permeable Aquifer
C. I - a II - b, d III - c, e, f
table rocks
D. I - f II - c, e III - a, b, d C. Lake Permeable Soil Water
rocks table
31. 50 mL of water at 25°C was poured into each of D. Aquifer Soil Permeable Water
the three containers as shown in the given figure.
rocks table
The containers were then left in a closed room.
Direction : Read the given passage carefully and answer
Q. No. 34 and 35.
The phenomenon in which a bird or other animal moves
(I) (II) (III)
from one place to another in one season, and returns again
Which of the following graphs correctly shows
in a different season is called migration. It is an adaptation
the volume of water in each container after five
to escape the harsh conditions of their normal habitat so
hours?
as to survive.
I
Volume of water
Volume of water

II I
A. III B. 34. The (i) flies from its native place in Russia to places like
III
II
(ii) in Rajasthan and (iii) in Haryana during a
particular season. It stays in India for a few months
Time Time and then goes back in (iv) season. The general name
I given to birds like these is (v) birds.
Volume of water
Volume of water

C. D. II Select the correct sequence of words to fill up the


I III blanks in the above passage.
III
II (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v)
Time Time A. Toucan Sultanpur Bharatpur Autumn Adaptatory
B. Siberian Bharatpur Sultanpur Winter Migratory
32. Which of the following statements is/are true (T) or crane
false (F) regarding nutrition in organisms? C. Arctic Bharatpur Sultanpur Spring Migratory
(i) Photosynthesis also occurs in leaves having tern
colour other than green. D. Siberian Sultanpur Bharatpur Summer Adaptatory
(ii) The process of photosynthesis first produces a crane
simple carbohydrate called glucose which then
35. Which of the following is the probable method these
gets converted into a complex carbohydrate
migratory birds use to travel to the same place year
called starch. after year?
(iii) Cuscuta is a yellow-coloured plant but it can A. They have built-in sense of direction and probably
synthesize its own food by photosynthesis. use land-marks to guide themselves.
(iv) In a symbiotic association, Rhizobium bacteria B. They are guided by the position of the sun
derive their nutrition from fungus. during the day and by the position of stars at
(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) night.
A. F T T T C. They use the magnetic field of earth to find the
B. T T T F
direction so as to reach the same place.
C. F F F T
D. All of these
D. T T F F
17th NSO - SET A 6
36. A teacher showed the following plants to students and 39. Which of the following
asked them to write their methods of reproduction. statements best describe
the organism growing
on the given piece of
bread?
(i) It belongs to flowering plants.
(ii) It reproduces by spores.
(iii) It is a chlorophyllous organism.
(iv) It prepares its own food.
W X Y Z (v) It obtains food from dead and decaying
Given below are answers written by the students : organic matter.
Student P : W, X and Y propagate vegetatively A. (ii), (iii) and (iv) B. (i), (ii) and (v)
through stem. C. (ii) and (v) D. (iii) and (iv)
Student Q : W and X are rhizomes which propagate 40. The given diagram shows blood
Q R
vegetatively through roots. circulation pathway in the heart. P S
Student R : Z is called bulbil which propagates Which of the following correctly
vegetatively through stem. shows the relative amount of
Student S : Y vegetatively propagates through oxygen and carbon dioxide at P,
roots. Q, R and S?
Which student(s) wrote the correct answer? More CO2 More O2
A. Students P and S A. R P, Q, S
B. Only Student S B. Q and R P and S
C. Students Q and R C. S R
D. Only Student Q D P and Q R and S

37. Refer to the given flow chart showing the characteristics 41. Which of the following statements are correct regarding
P, Q and R which are present in some animals and the given animals?
absent in others.

X Y
(i) Both X and Y possess streamlined body and
webbed feet.
Identify P, Q, R and select the correct option.
(ii) Both are good swimmers.
P Q R
(iii) Y has a thick layer of fat under its skin with fur
A. Diaphragm Book lungs Operculum
on its body, while X has thick skin and a layer
B. Throat Spiracles Book lungs
of fat under its skin.
C. Lungs Book lungs Spiracles
(iv) Both live together in large numbers and huddle
D. Diaphragm Operculum Spiracles together to keep themselves warm.
38. Match column I with column II and select the correct (v) Y has very strong sense of smell unlike X.
option from the codes given below. A. (ii), (iii) and (iv)
Column - I Column - II B. (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv)
C. (ii), (iii) and (v)
(a) Clothing material (i) Nylon
D. (i) and (iv)
(b) Twisted fibre (ii) Fabric
(c) Synthetic fibre (iii) Yarn 42. Jayesh placed 3 potted plants in an airtight glass tank
(d) Animal fibre (iv) Cotton as shown in the given diagram.
(e) Plant fibre (v) Silk Airtight glass tank

A. (a) - (i), (b) - (ii), (c) - (iii), (d) - (iv), (e) - (v)
B. (a) - (ii), (b) - (iii), (c) - (v), (d) - (i), (e) - (iv)
C. (a) - (ii), (b) - (iii), (c) - (i), (d) - (v), (e) - (iv) Limewater
D. (a) - (i), (b) - (iv), (c) - (iii), (d) - (ii), (e) - (v)
17th NSO - SET A 7
If he placed the set-up in a dark cupboard for a few P – meat, fish, eggs
hours, what would happen to the limewater, after a Q – butter, ghee, margarine
few hours? R – bread, biscuits, potatoes
A. It would turn dark blue. S – amla, tomato, orange
B. There would be slightly less limewater left. Select the incorrect statement regarding them.
C. It would turn milky. A. Deficiency of P causes Marasmus in children and
D. There would be no change. Kwashiorkor only in adults.
B. Amongst P, Q, R and S, 1 gram of Q produces the
43. Refer to the given figures and answer the question
maximum energy.
that follows.
C. Excess of R gets stored in body cells, and is used
Z
for production of energy, whenever required.
D. Deficiency of S leads to a disease, in which gums
Y swell up and bleed.
X
45. Study the given diagram
carefully. A pump containing
3
50 cm of air is connected to
What are the main functions of X, Y and Z? the glass jar. The capacity Plunger
3
X Y Z of the jar is 200 cm and it Pump
3
A. Supports the Transports Gaseous contains 200 cm of air. 50 cm3 of air

plant food exchange The plunger is pushed all the


B. Transports water Transports Release water way into the pump and all the
and minerals food vapour air from the pump goes into the
C. Transports water Supports the Take in CO2 jar. What will be the volume
and minerals plant of air in the jar now? Jar
D. Transports food Transports water Gaseous 3
A. 250 cm 200 cm3 of air
and minerals exchange 3
B. 200 cm
3
44. Given below are the four food components (P-S) and C. 50 cm
their corresponding sources. D. Cannot be calculated

Achievers Section

46. A fish sees the face of a scuba diver through a thin b , or by depositing a layer of a metal like c
bubble, as shown in figure. Compared to the face of on iron.
the diver, the image seen by the fish will be _____. x y z a b c
A. Mg O2 MgO low water copper
B. Ca CO2 CaCO3 high oil magnesium
C. Fe O2 & H2O Fe2O3 high grease chromium
D. Fe H2O & O2 FeO low paint zinc

48. A leaf litter community has woodlice as primary


A. Smaller and erect
consumers and centipedes and millipedes as secondary
B. Smaller and inverted
consumers. The given graph shows the changes in
C. Larger and erect
the population of woodlice over a period of time.
D. Cannot predict
Which of the following is the incorrect possibility,
47. Fill in the blanks by observing the following chemical as per given graph?
process.

The above process becomes faster when humidity is


a and can be prevented by applying a coat of
17th NSO - SET A 8
A. The number of centipedes in the habitat increases (iv) X and Z show pollination that will result in
at point X. fruit formation.
B. There is an increase in the quantity of dead leaves (v) W, X and Y show cross pollination.
in the habitat at point Z. Which of the given statements are true or false?
C. The number of millipedes in the habitat decreases A. (i) and (iv) are true; (ii), (iii) and (v) are false.
at point X. B. Only (v) is true; rest are false.
D. There is a shortage in the quantity of dead leaves C. (i), (ii), (iii) and (v) are true; (iv) alone is false.
in the habitat at point X. D. (i), (ii) and (v) are false; (iii) and (iv) are true.

49. X
W 50. Refer to the given graph which shows the effect of
Z
U pH on the activities of three enzymes, X, Y and Z.
Y
X Y Z

Rate of reaction
The given figure shows the longitudinal section of
two flowers of the same type. Study the following
statements with reference to the given figure. 2 4 6 8 10 12
(i) Z and U show self pollination, whereas Y shows pH
cross pollination. The three enzyme samples, X, Y and Z are taken
(ii) W, X and Z show transfer of pollen grains that from which parts of the human alimentary canal?
X Y Z
will result in fruit formation.
A. Duodenum Mouth Stomach
(iii) Z shows self pollination, while X shows cross
B. Mouth Stomach Duodenum
pollination.
C. Stomach Duodenum Mouth
D. Stomach Mouth Duodenum

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK


Class 7

Set B

Year 2014
17th NSO - SET B 2

Logical Reasoning

1. Which would be the ascending order of the 6. Select a figure from the options, which when placed
following? in the blank space of Fig. (X) would complete the
1. Trillion 2. Thousand pattern.
3. Billion 4. Hundred
5. Million A.
A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 B. 1, 5, 3, 2, 4
C. 4, 2, 3, 5, 1 D. 4, 2, 5, 3, 1
?
B.
2. If the days of the week are replaced by every alternate
letter of the English alphabet, with Wednesday Fig. (X)
replaced by E, Thursday by G and so on, then fifth C.
day beginning from Friday will be shown by which
of the following ?
A. E B. I D.
C. O D. Q

3. A set of figures carrying certain characters is given. 7. Study the Venn diagram carefully and answer the
Assuming that the characters in each set follows a question given below.
similar pattern, find the missing character.
Employed people
8
6 3 1 15 5 5 15 7 ? Backward people
11 3 6
4 1 6 4 9 7
17 5 Educated people
7
A. 5 B. 6 Which region represents the backward uneducated
C. 4 D. 3 people those are employed?
A. 14 B. 5
4. Three of the following four are alike in a certain way
C. 7 D. 11
and hence form a group. Which is the one that does
not belong to that group? 8. Find the mirror image of the Fig. (X), if the mirror
A. 1331 B. 2197 is placed vertically to the right.
C. 3375 D. 4913
A.
5. Ashu, Bindu and Sonu are standing at the corners of
an equilateral triangle as shown in figure. They all Fig. (X)
run along the sides in clockwise direction and stops B.
after covering 1½ sides. Now which of the following
statements is true?
Ashu C.

N
D.
W E

Bindu S Sonu 9. A man, pointing to a photograph, says, "The lady in


the photograph is my nephew's maternal grandmother."
A. Bindu is to the west of Sonu. How is the lady in the photograph related to the man's
B. Ashu is to the south-east of Bindu. sister who has no other sister?
C. Ashu is to the south-west of Sonu. A. Sister-in-law B. Mother-in-law
D. Sonu is to the north-west of Ashu. C. Mother D. Data inadequate
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10. How many cubes are there in the pile? 14. Which of the following figures will continue the
given series ?
A. 95

B. 114 ?

C. 100

D. 115
A. B.
11. At the end of a business conference, all the ten
people present shake hands with each other once.
How many handshakes will there be altogether?
A. 20 B. 45 C. D.
C. 55 D. 90

12. If the alphabets are written in reverse order after 15. Select a figure from the options in which Fig. (X)
interchanging alphabets from 'C to M' with those is exactly embedded as one of its part.
from 'P to Z' respectively, which letter would be
midway between E and S in the new order ?
A. Z B. Y
C. N D. X Fig. (X)

13. How many triangles are there in


the given figure? A. B.
A. 21
B. 23
C. 25
C. D.
D. 22

Science

16. The diagram shows 18. The given diagram shows a series of images of a
the velocity against moving ball captured by a camera.
time graph for 15 m
the motion of a
body. What is its
Direction of moving ball
displacement in the
first 5 s? The ball was moving at a constant velocity and the
A. 11 m images were taken at a constant rate of 10 per second.
B. 13 m What is the speed of the ball?
C. 7.5 m A. 30 m s–1 B. 20 m s–1
–1
C. 45 m s D. 15 m s–1
D. 9 m

17. The melting point of a substance is 125°C, and its 19. A camera makes use of a converging lens to produce
an image. If the camera captures a distant object,
boiling point is 305°C. At 105°C, the substance is in
then which of the following sets of characteristics
the ________ . of image is correct?
A. Solid state A. Virtual, inverted, same size
B. Liquid state B. Real, inverted, diminished
C. Gaseous state C. Real, upright, same size
D. Solid and liquid state D. Virtual, upright, diminished
17th NSO - SET B 4
20. Bulb 1 and bulb 2 are connected in series as shown 25. Some changes are classified as given below :
in the given figure (i).
S. Change Chemical Reversible
What will happen to the brightness
Bulb 1 Bulb 2 No. change change
of these two bulbs when a third
identical bulb is connected across I. Sliced apple turning  
Figure (i)
bulb 1 as shown in the given brown
figure (ii)? II. Crystallisation of sugar  ü
Bulb 1 Bulb 2 Bulb 1 Bulb 2
III. Cooking of vegetables  ü
A. Brighter Brighter
B. Brighter Dimmer IV. Photosynthesis ü 
C. Dimmer Dimmer V. Developing photo-  ü
D. Dimmer Brighter Figure (ii)
graphic films
21. An old man moves along a semi-circular track of VI. Crumpling of paper  ü
radius 40 m during morning walk. If he starts at
Which of the above changes are incorrectly
one end of the track and reaches the other end, the
matched?
distance covered and displacement of the man with
A. I, II, III and VI B. I, III and V
respect to the starting point are respectively _____ .
A. 120 m, 40 m B. 126 m, 80 m C. II, IV and VI D. All are correct.
C. 110 m, 60 m D. 50 m, 120 m
26. O b s e r v e t h e f o l l o w i n g e x p e r i m e n t a l s e t - u p
22. A sphere, a cube and a thin circular plate, all of carefully.
same material and same mass, are initially heated
to same high temperature. Then the ________ .
A. Sphere will cool fastest and cube the slowest Air
B. Plate will cool fastest and sphere the slowest Air Dry Layer of oil
C. Cube will cool fastest and sphere the slowest air (prevents air
D. Sphere will cool fastest and plate the slowest Rusty
dissolving in
iron the water)
23. Rohan blows air with a straw near the opening of nails
another straw which has its other end in a soft drink
bottle as shown in the given figure. The level of the Distilled Anhydrous Boiled distilled
water calcium chloride water
soft drink in the straw rises up as
(drying agent)
soon as air is blown over its open
end. Which one of the following best What conclusion can you draw?
explains the reason for rise in level A. Only air (dry) can cause rusting.
of the drink? B. Air and water are needed for rusting.
A. Blowing of air increases pressure over the open C. Only water (air free) can cause rusting.
end of straw.
D. Data is insufficient to conclude anything.
B. Blowing of air decreases the pressure on the surface
of soft drink in the bottle. 27. Yash wants to prepare lemonade for his mother. He
C. Blowing of air decreases pressure over the open
has no idea about the quantity of water, salt, sugar
end of straw.
D. Blowing of air increases the pressure on the surface and lemon to be added. Suddenly, he observes that
of soft drink in the bottle. no more salt or sugar can be dissolved in the amount
of water he has taken.
24. If the strength of the current flowing through a coil Which of the following statements is not correct?
is increased, then which of the following statements A. The solution obtained is saturated solution.
is true regarding it? B. Yash can solve his problem by using large quantity
A. Strength of the magnetic field decreases.
of water.
B. Strength of the magnetic field increases.
C. Amount of heat generated due to resistance C. By stirring well, more salt can be dissolved.
decreases. D. Some more sugar can be dissolved in solution by
D. Strength of the magnetic field remains constant. heating.
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28. Study the given flowchart and select the appropriate Column-I Column-II
option. a. Indigestion (i) Calamine solution
Substances b. Bee sting (ii) Calcium carbonate
c. Tooth decay (iii) Milk of magnesia
d. Wasp sting (iv) Vinegar
Edible Non-edible A. a-(iii), b-(iv), c-(ii), d-(i)
B. a-(iii), b-(i), c-(ii), d-(iv)
Soluble Insoluble Float Sink C. a-(i), b-(iii), c-(iv), d-(ii)
D. a-(iv), b-(i), c-(iii), d-(ii)
Solid Liquid S T U
32. The given diagram was drawn to show the sequence
P of events associated with acid rain pollution but was
Sour Sweet mistakenly left blank.
Q R
P Q S U
A. Glucose Lemon juice Mustard oil Eraser
B. Eraser Mustard oil Thermocol Honey
balls
C. Thermocol Lemon juice Mustard oil Glucose
balls
Complete the diagram with correct sequence of events
D. Honey Glucose Eraser Thermocol
from the following list.
balls
a. Sulphur dioxide rises into the atmosphere
29. In the given reaction : b. Acid rain falls
(P) + CO2 (Q) + (R) c. Fish die in acidified lakes
China rose Red litmus
(Milky) d. Discarded car batteries leak acid
indicator solution e. Fuel combustion in power stations
Turns green No change in colour f. Ozone is produced in power stations
P, Q and R are respectively g. Pollutant combines with water vapour
A. CaCO3 Ca(OH)2 H2 O A. e, d, a, f, c B. e, a, g, b, c
B. Ca(OH)2 CaCO3 H2O C. d, f, g, b, c D. c, g, f, e, b
C. Mg(OH)2 H2O MgO
33. Siddhi put a balsam plant in a beaker of black ink
D. Ca(OH)2 H2O CaCO3
as shown below. After 3 days, she cut open a section
30. Kritika set-up the experiment as shown in the diagram. of the stem of the plant and observed it.
She took three identical containers with ice and left
them at different places.

Balsam plant
Lamp
Beaker

Black ink solution

Cold
water Floor
Set-up A Set-up B Set-up C
Which one of the following diagrams would she
After 10 minutes, she observed that lowest amount
observe?
of water was present in
A. Set-up A
B. Set-up B A. B.
C. Set-up C
D. All set-ups contain equal amount of water.

31. Match the problems given in Column-I with their


C. D.
remedies in Column-II and mark the correct option
from the given codes.
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34. The given graph shows the percentage of undigested 37. Which conditions would result in the highest rate of
carbohydrates, proteins and fats through successive movement of oxygen from the alveolus into the blood
parts of the human alimentary canal. capillaries?
Concentration Concentration Rate of
of oxygen in of oxygen blood flow
the alveolus in blood in blood
capillary capillary
A. High Low Fast
B. High Low Slow
C. Low High Fast
Why does the percentage of undigested carbohydrates
D. Low High Slow
remain constant in part X?
A. All the starch has been digested and only other 38. Fish are adapted for swimming and their swimming
carbohydrates remain. speed depends on several factors such as shape of
B. Protease at part X prevents the salivary amylase
the fins, body etc. Keeping this in mind, arrange
from acting on starch.
the following fish in order, starting from the fastest
C. The acidic conditions of part X prevent salivary
amylase from acting on starch. swimmer to the slowest.
D. All the carbohydrates have been digested before
reaching part X.

35. The rate of water uptake by a Hibiscus plant kept


outdoors was recorded over a few days. The graph P Q R
below shows the results obtained. A. P, Q, R B. P, R, Q
Rate of water uptake C. Q, R, P D. Q, P, R
39. Garima carried out a fair test to find out the speed
with which water passed through four different
kinds of soil. She recorded her findings in the table
below.
Kind of soil P Q R S
Midnight Noon Midnight Noon Midnight Noon Midnight
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
Time Time taken (seconds) 33 23 45 18
Which of the following does not explain why water In which type of soil would you find the mangrove
uptake was higher at noon than midnight on all the trees growing in?
three days? A. P B. Q
A. Transpiration pull is stronger in high light C. R D S
intensity. 40. The given Venn diagram
B. The rate of transpiration increases with temperature. represents characteristics of P Q
C. The occurrence of photosynthesis in the guard
three gases P, Q and R. In X
cells opens the stomata during the daytime.
atmosphere, more than 3/4
D. Air is generally more humid in day time which Z Y
increases the transpiration pull. part of air consists of R, R
about 1/4 part consists of
36. Kanika noticed that her potted plant was not growing P and a very minor fraction
healthily. She put three earthworms into the pot. After a
is composed of Q and other
few weeks, she noticed that her plants looked healthier.
What could be the possible reason for this ? gases.
A. The earthworms ate up the pests in the soil. Select the incorrect option regarding the characteristics
B. The earthworms helped the plant to take in of X, Y and Z.
water. A. X – Support life on earth
C. The earthworms allowed the plant to make food B. Y – Inhibit combustion
faster. C. Z – Form compounds that are components of acid
D. The earthworms increased the air and nutrient rain
content of the soil. D. None of these
17th NSO - SET B 7
41. Which of the following statements support(s) the fact for your reference. Select the number of errors in it,
that the upper surface of a leaf is usually greener than including the given error.
the lower surface? Cotton is a soft fibre that grows around the fruit
(i) More chlorophyll is present on the upper surface of the cotton plant (cottonbolls). After maturing,
to absorb more light. cottonbolls are burst open, the seeds are then separated
(ii) There are more stomata present on the upper from the cotton fibres by shearing. This process was
surface than the lower surface. earlier done by machines, nowadays done by hands.
(iii) More sugar is formed on the lower surface. The raw cotton fibres are pulled apart and cleaned to
(iv) The green leaves look greener under the hot remove all dust and impurities. This process is known
Sun. as carding. The fibre is then cleaned, straightened
A. (i) only B. (ii) and (iii) and made into soft, untwisted fabrics. This process
C. (ii) and (iv) D. (iv) only of making fabrics is known as spinning. A yarn is
made from two sets of fabrics arranged together. This
42. Read the following statements (i-iv) with blanks and is done by knitting.
select the option that correctly fills the blanks in any A. 4 B. 8
two of the statements. C. 10 D. 5
(i) The process of unwinding the silk filaments
45. Match column I with column II and select the correct
from the cocoon and combining them together
option from the codes given below.
is called ________.
Column I Column II
(ii) ________ is removal of fleece from animal.
(Foods) (Major Nutrient
(iii) ________ is the principle component of silk.
present)
(iv) ________ straightens the woollen fibre and also
(a) Cheese, egg, milk 1. Iron
removes residual dirt.
A. (i) Reeling, (ii) Sorting (b) Yellow or orange 2. Vitamin D
B. (ii) Scouring, (iv) Carding coloured fruits
C. (iii) Fibroin, (iv) Carding or vegetables
D. (i) Weaving, (iii) Fibroin (c) Guava, tomato, 3. Calcium
citrus fruit
43. The oxygen cycle is a delicately balanced process.
(d) Green leafy 4. Vitamin A
Which of these, however, can upset this balance?
vegetables
A. Acid rain and ozone depletion
5. Vitamin C
B. Deforestation and excessive burning of fuels
6. Proteins
C. Excessive use of fertilizers and pesticides
A. a-3; b-2, 5; c-5; d-1, 4
D. Overpopulation and forestation
B. a-3, 6; b- 4; c-5; d-1, 2
44. The given passage is on the production of cotton C. a-3, 6; b-1, 2; c-4; d-5
fabric. It has some errors. One of which is highlighted D. a-4, 5; b-1; c-3, 6; d-2

ACHIEVERS SECTION

Direction (Q. No. 46 and 47) : Refer to the given 47. Which of the following statements regarding this
experimental set-up to answer the questions. set-up is not true?
A. Any carbon dioxide found in flask 3 is produced
by the insect.
B. Only the solution in flask 4 should show a visible
change.
C. The insect will die after some time due to the
lack of oxygen.
46. What is the purpose of flask 2? D. The purpose of flask 1 is to remove carbon dioxide
A. To dry the air entering flask 3 for oxygen from the air.
B. To test the air entering flask 3 for carbon
48. A painter leans his back against a painted wall while
dioxide
looking into a 1 m long mirror at the opposite end
C. To test whether the gas produced by the insect
of a rectangular room as shown in the given figure.
contains carbon dioxide
How much of the painted wall can he see through
D. To remove carbon dioxide from the air entering
the given mirror?
flask 3
17th NSO - SET B 8
1 m long mirror (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi)
A. 1m A. 2 4 3 4 1 3
B. 2m B. 4 2 1 3 4 1
Painter 12 m
C. 6 m C. 1 3 2 4 1 3
D. 2 4 1 3 2 4
D. 12 m Painted wall
50. The diagram below shows two plants of the same
49. A science teacher has arranged the following sets
species. Refer to the diagram to answer the following
of test tubes.
questions.
5 mL
10 mL Hydrochloric
Orange acid + 10 mL
juice Soap solution
(1) (2)

Few drops of
10 mL Nitric Lemon juice
acid + 5 mL
Window cleaner 10 mL Milk of
magnesia
(3) (4)
(i) Which arrow indicates a process that would
She asked the students to fill in the blanks by observing
not lead to sexual reproduction ?
the above experimental set-up carefully.
(a) Turmeric solution turns red in test tubes (ii) Which arrow represents a type of pollination
(i) and (ii) . that would result in greater adaptability of the
(b) China rose indicator turns dark pink in test tubes particular species to potential environmental
(iii) and (iv) . changes?
(c) Phenolphthalein gives pink colour in test tubes A. (i)-Y, (ii)-Z B. (i)-Z, (ii)-X
(v) and (vi) . C. (i)-Y, (ii)-X D. (i)-X, (ii)-Y

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK


Class 7

Set 1

Year 2015
logical reasoning

1. Select a figure from the options which 7. Five friends Aman, Karan, Gaurav, Raman and Pawan
does not satisfies the same condition are sitting around a circle facing the centre. Pawan is
of placement of the dots as in second to the left of Raman, who is to the immediate
Fig. (X). left of Gaurav. Karan is the neighbour of Gaurav. Then
Fig. (X) who is sitting to the immediate right of Gaurav?
A. Aman B. Pawan
A. B.
C. Raman D. Karan

8. Tarun faces towards North. Turning to his right,


C. D. he walks 25 metres. He then turns to his left and walks
30 metres. Next, he moves 25 metres to his right. Finally,
he turns to the right and moves 40 metres. In which
2. If in a certain code ‘VERBAL’ is written as ‘YHUEDO’,
then how will ‘PERFECT’ be written in the same code direction is he now from his starting point?
language? A. South-West B. South
A. CTZXPUV B. RGTHGEV C. North-West D. South-East
C. SHUIHFW D. SHTHGFW
9. Select a figure from the options, which when placed
3. Which of the following numbers will complete the in the blank space of Fig. (X) would complete the
given number series? pattern.
7 , 3 , 8 , 6 , 10 , 9 , 13 , 12 , 17 , ? , 22
A. 13 B. 14
C. 15 D. 16 D D

4. The four different positions of a dice are given ?


below.
Fig. (X)
1 1 5 6
3 4 4 2 1 2 2 4
A. B.
D

Which number is on the face opposite to 1 ?


A. 6 B. 2

D
C. 3 D. 4 C. D.
5. Pointing to a photograph X said to his friend Y,
“She is the only daughter of the father of my mother.” 10. The question consists of a set of three figures X, Y
How X is related to the person in the photograph? and Z showing a sequence of folding of a piece of
A. Sister B. Son paper. Fig. (Z) shows the manner in which the folded
C. Nephew D. None of these paper has been cut. Select a figure from the options
6. Select a figure from the options which will continue which would most closely resemble the unfolded form
the same series as established by the Problem of fig. (Z).
Figures.
Problem Figures

? X Y Z

A. B.
A. B.

C. D.
C. D.

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Science

11. A plane mirror is positioned C. Upside of the object will be down side of the
at the corner of a road as image.
X
shown in the given figure.
Which man/men can the

1 
D. Right side of the object will be left side of the
image.
observer X see through the 2
mirror? 
3
16. Read the given statements and mark the correct
option.
A. 2 only B. 1 only Statement 1 : One complete to and fro motion of a
C. 1 and 2 only D. 2 and 3 only clock’s pendulum takes one second.
Statement 2 : Anything that occurs or appears at regular
12. The given diagram shows an electrical appliance with
intervals can help us to measure time.
a metal box, indicated by the dotted line, connected to
A. Both statement 1 and statement 2 are true
a mains supply. Where should the fuse be placed?
Switch P
and statement 2 is the correct explanation of
Live × Metal statement 1.
box B. Both statement 1 and statement 2 are true but
×Q statement 2 is not the correct explanation of
statement 1.
R
Neutral × C. Statement 1 is true but statement 2 is false.
Earth × D. Statement 1 is false but statement 2 is true.
S
A. P B. Q 17. A magnet X is being moved Y
C. R D. S slowly towards another magnet N
Y which has attracted steel pins
13. Which of the following statements are true? as shown in the given figure.
(i) High speed wind increases air pressure. The string of attracted pins S
(ii) At night, the land cools faster than water which A. Remains stationary
results in land breeze.
B. Gets attracted to the left X
(iii) At poles, the air is very cold and sinks close to
C. Gets repelled to the right N S
the surface creating high pressure area.
(iv) Air exerts pressure sometimes only. D. Falls off from the magnet.
A. (i) and (ii) B. (ii) and (iii)
18. The diagram shows a thin copper rod being heated evenly
C. (iii) and (iv) D. (i), (ii) and (iii)
along its length. Which of the following statements is
14. Three glasses containing water at the same temperature, true about the rod?
are placed side by side touching each other as shown
Copper rod
in the given figure. Given 50°C 50°C 50°C
that glass 1 contains 0.3 kg
of water, glass 2 contains
0.5 kg of water and glass Heat
3 contains 0.1 kg of water. A. The bar expands and becomes lighter.
Which of the following 1 2 3
B. The bar will become shorter in length.
statements is true? C. The bar expands and its length increases.
A. Heat flows from glass 1 to glass 2 and from
D. The bar expands and becomes heavier.
glass 2 to glass 3.
B. Heat flows from glass 2 to glass 1 and from 19. An object O is placed in between two plane mirrors,
glass 2 to glass 3. P and Q, as shown in the given figure.
C. Heat flows from glass 1 to glass 2 and from
P Q
glass 3 to glass 2.
D. Heat does not flow among these three glasses.
R S O T U
15. Which of the following is correct for lateral
inversion?
A. Right side of the object will be right side of the Which is a possible image of the object?
image. A. R B. S
B. Left side of the object will be left side of the
C. T D. U
image.

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20. Reeta puts two different objects in each of the following 24. Which of the following changes does not require
containers. heat?
Container (i) : Copper coin and iron nail A. Wet clothes to dry clothes
Container (ii) : Steel nail and aluminium earring B. Rolling out roti from a ball of dough
C. Baking of a cake
Container (iii) : Marble and gold coin
D. Expansion of metal rim
Container (iv) : Nickel coin and steel nail
She can use a magnet to separate the objects in 25. Dilute hydrochloric acid
containers __________ . is added to dilute sodium
A. (i) and (ii) B. (i), (ii) and (iii) hydroxide as shown in Dilute
C. (i), (ii) and (iv) D. (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv) the figure. hydrochloric
Which of the following is acid

21. The given figures show incorrect about the mixing Dilute sodium
the colour changes in test of these substances? hydroxide
tubes I, II and III, when I. There is no change in the arrangement of atoms.
China rose indicator is II. On mixing the substances, two new products will
added to them. The be formed.
respective solutions in III. The word equation for the reaction is
I II III
test tubes I, II and III (Magenta) (No colour (Green) Hydrochloric acid + Sodium hydroxide
are change)
Sodium chloride + Water
A. Soda water, Nitric acid, Orange juice IV. The chemical reaction is called neutralisation and
B. Vinegar, Lime water, Sugar solution it is endothermic.
C. Sodium hydroxide, Lemon juice, Baking soda A. II and III B. III and IV
D. Tamarind juice, Salt solution, Soap solution C. I and II D. I and IV
22. On the basis of physical and chemical changes, find 26. Match the column I with column II and select the
the odd one out. correct option from the given codes.
P. Oxidation of a slice of brinjal Column I Column II
Q. Burning of magnesium ribbon P. Ascorbic acid (i) Organic matter
R. Crystallisation of copper sulphate Q. Indigestion (ii) Calamine solution
S. Corrosion of a metal R. Ammonium hydroxide (iii) Amla
A. P B. Q S. Ant bite (iv) Milk of magnesia
C. R D. S T. Basic nature of soil (v) Window cleaner
23. The given flowchart was prepared by Neelima for  P Q R S T
sorting materials into different groups. She handed A. (iii) (iv) (v) (i) (ii)
over the chart to her teacher with few blanks. Fill in B. (v) (ii) (iv) (iii) (i)
the blanks from the given options. C. (ii) (iii) (v) (i) (iv)
D. (iii) (iv) (v) (ii) (i)
Metal ball, Pencil, Salt, Honey,
Kerosene oil, Butter 27. A mixture contains three different substances P, Q and
R. The properties of these substances are listed in the
Edible Non-edible given table.
Substances Properties
Soluble in Insoluble in Floats on Sinks in
water water water water P, Q and R All of same size
R U P Heavy, insoluble in water
Solid Liquid Solid Liquid
Q Light, insoluble in water
P Q S T
R Powder, soluble in water
A. P-Butter, Q-Honey, R-Salt, S-Metal ball, Which of the following sequence of methods will be
T-Kerosene oil, U-Pencil suitable for separating each of the components from
B. P-Salt, Q-Honey, R-Butter, S-Pencil, the mixture?
T-Kerosene oil, U-Metal ball A. Filtration followed by evaporation
C. P-Salt, Q-Butter, R-Honey, S-Metal ball, B. Churning followed by magnetic separation
T-Pencil, U-Kerosene oil C. Sedimentation-decantation and filtration followed
D. P-Pencil, Q-Honey, R-Butter, S-Salt, by evaporation
T-Kerosene oil, U-Pencil D. Evaporation followed by winnowing

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28. Observe the given diagram X
32. Read the given paragraph.
carefully. W is a form of malnutrition in which nutrients are
Y + Water Z over supplied relative to amounts required for normal
(Base) Open gas jar
growth, development and metabolism. It leads to X .
X, Y and Z are respectively Dazzling
Deficiency is another form of malnutrition. Deficiency of
A. Ca, CaO, Ca(OH)2  white light nutrients like protein leads to Y whereas deficiency
B. Mg, MgO, Mg(OH)2 of proteins and calories leads to Z .
C. Na, Na2O, NaOH White solid (Y) Identify W, X, Y and Z and select the option that correctly
D. C, CO2 , H2CO3 fills the blanks in above paragraph.
W X Y Z
29. Refer to the given
A. Overnutrition Obesity Kwashiorkor Marasmus
diagram of stomach of
B. Undernutrition Scurvy Marasmus Kwashiorkor
ruminant mammal with
C. Overnutrition Blood pressure Anaemia Rickets
its parts labelled as P, D. Undernutrition Obesity Marasmus Goitre
Q, R and S and select
the correct option. 33. Match the items given in column I with the items in
A. The parts labelled P, Q, R and S are called reticulum, columns II and III and select the correct option.
rumen, abomasum and omasum, respectively. Column I Column II Column III
B. The part labelled Q is true stomach. P. Polar bear a. Desert 1. Well-padded
C. Food is completely digested in chambers wide feet
P and R. Q. Monkey b. Polar 2. Flat and broad
D. Digestion of cellulose takes place in P, S and R. region paws
R. Camel c. Tropical 3. Feet with sticky
30. Three tubes A, B and C, as shown in the figure, were forests pads
left in sunlight for one hour. Each tube was provided S. Penguin 4. Thin and long
with a bicarbonate indicator which is used to indicate tail
the presence of carbon dioxide in aqueous solutions. T. Red-eyed 5. Streamlined
The indicator was red at the start of experiment. frog body and
webbed feet
P Q R S T
Water
+
Water
+
A. b, 3 c, 4 a, 4 c, 5 a, 2
Water
Bicarbonate
indicator
Bicarbonate
indicator Water plant B. b, 2 c, 4 a, 1 b, 5 c, 3
+
Bicarbonate C. b, 1 a, 4 c, 2 a, 5 c, 5
Water indicator Snail
plant Snail D. b, 2 a, 4 a, 3 b, 5 a, 5

Tube A Tube B Tube C 34. Which of the following food items are sources of
Which of the following changes in the colour of indicator sucrose, starch and cellulose respectively?
will be observed in the experiment? A. Meat, fruits and potatoes
B. Spinach, corn and meat
A. Bicarbonate indicator will stay red in all the three
C. Table sugar, rice and grass
tubes.
D. Fruits, eggs and wheat
B. Colour of bicarbonate indicator in test tube C will
change to yellow. 35. Various technical terms related R M S L U N G
C. Colour of bicarbonate indicator in test tube A will to respiratory system of I G I L L N T
change to purple. different organisms are hidden B A O I D O R
C R M Y M S A
D. Colour of bicarbonate indicator will change to in the given word grid. A H A A N T C
purple in test tube B. Which of the following is G P T B Z R H
not present in the given word E A A T S I E
31. Sheep are the major source of wool. During the P I R A C L A
grid?
production of wool from a sheep, it passes through
(i) The air tubes of insects.
several steps, such as scouring (P), drying (Q), dyeing (ii) Skeletal structure which protects the lungs.
(R), spinning (S), shearing (T) and carding (U). (iii) The opening through which humans inhale air.
Which of the following options shows the correct (iv) Small opening on the sides of the body of an insect.
sequence of these steps? (v) A flap like structure which covers the glottis at the
A. T → P → Q → U → R → S time of swallowing in humans.
B. P → T → Q → R → U → S (vi) Respiratory organ of fish.
C. U → P → R → Q → T → S A. (i) and (ii) only B. (ii), (v) and (vi) only
D. R → P → Q → T → S → U C. (iii) and (iv) only D. (iv) and (v) only

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36. The diagrammatic representation shows the pulmonary 39. The given table shows the characteristics of four
and systemic circulations. Identify the parts labelled different seeds or fruits P, Q, R and S.
as a, b, c, and d and select the correct option. Seed/Fruit Size Weight Other characteristics
Deoxygenated Oxygenated
blood
Lungs
blood P Small Light It has hooks.
Heart a Q Small Light It has wings.
c
RA LA R Big Heavy It has fleshy and sweet
RV LV pulp.
b d S Big Heavy It is buoyant with a
Body fibrous husk.
Deoxygenated Oxygenated
blood blood By which method P, Q, R and S get most likely
A. a- Pulmonary artery, b- Pulmonary vein, dispersed?
c- Aorta, d- Vein P Q R S
B. a- Pulmonary vein, b- Vein, A. By wind By animals By water By animals
c- Pulmonary artery, d- Aorta B. By animals By animals By explosion By water
C. a- Pulmonary vein, b- Aorta, C. By animals By wind By animals By water
c- Vein, d- Pulmonary artery D. By explosion By water By animals By wind
D. a- Aorta, b- Vein,
c- Pulmonary vein, d- Pulmonary artery 40. Read the given statements and select the correct
option.
37. Priya conducted an experiment as shown here. Statement 1 : The level of groundwater below the
surface of the earth at a given place is known as the
water table.
Statement 2 : Extensive use of groundwater in cities
A B C for domestic and industrial purposes is resulting in
lowering of water table.
A. Both statements 1 and 2 are true and statement 2
is the correct explanation of statement 1.
B. Both statements 1 and 2 are true but statement 2 is
Select the correct statement regarding this. not the correct explanation of statement 1.
A. Lime water in test tube B does not turn milky C. Statement 1 is true but statement 2 is false.
because potassium hydroxide solution absorbs the D. Both statements 1 and 2 are false.
CO2 from incoming air.
B. Lime water in test tube C turns milky as germinating 41. Study the given concept map and identify X, Y and Z.
seeds release CO2 which enters test tube C. Plant
C. Lime water in test tube B turns milky because
germinating seeds release CO2 into it. Propagates Propagates Propagates
vegetatively vegetatively vegetatively
D. Both A and B by roots by leaves by stem

38. The given picture shows a camel with its different


X Y Z
parts labelled as P, Q, R, S, T and U.
P X Y Z
T
Q A. Bryophyllum Bougainvillea Carrot
R B. Dahlia Bigonia Potato
C. Bigonia Ginger Asparagus
D. Bryophyllum Strawberry Dahlia
U 42. Refer to the given diagram of P
S human skeletal system with
various joints labelled as P, Q, Q
Which of the following statements is incorrect regarding R, S, T and U. Select the correct
its adaptations? option regarding this. R
(i) Q is slit-like and has flap to prevent the entry of A. Joints R, T and U move in
sand. one plane only.
U S
(ii) R is leathery for chewing thorny plants. B. Joints P, R and T move in
(iii) T is used for storing water. more than one plane.
(iv) S is sticky and webbed to prevent it from sinking C. Joint P is an immovable T
into sand. joint.
A. (i) and (iii) only B. (ii) and (iv) only D. Joints R, S and T move in
C. (iii) and (iv) only D. (ii) and (iii) only more than one plane.

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43. Refer to the given food web. C. R is saturated with moisture and represents water
Q W table.
P V
D. S is a porous layer and consists of rock pieces with
diameter less than 2 mm.
R U
S T
45. Match column I with column II and select the correct
Which of the following statements is incorrect regarding option from the given codes.
it? Column I Column II
A. In the given food web, P and W are producers. P. Weaving a. Process of making yarn from
B. The food web consists of more than five food fibres
chains. Q. Knitting b. Spun from fibres and then used
C. In the given food web, R behaves both as primary to make fabric
consumer as well as secondary consumer. R. Ginning c. A single yarn is used to make
D. In the given food web, T could be a deer or fabric
rabbit. S. Spinning d. Process of arranging two sets of
yarns together to make a fabric
44. The given diagram shows soil T. Yarn e. C ombing of cotton fibres to
profile where different soil P
remove seeds
layers are labelled as P, Q, R
Q P Q R S T
and S.
Select the incorrect option R A. c d e a b
regarding this. B. d c a e b
S C. d c e a b
A. P is rich in humus.
B. Few plant roots can reach Q. D. c d e b a

Achievers Section

46. In a 100 m race, Gaurav and Sachin reached the finishing Fill in the blanks with an appropriate option.
line at the same time. Which of the following are Both (i) and (ii) are essential for rusting. In test
possible graphs to show that both competitors reached tube (iii) , the iron nail will rust faster. The process
the finishing line at time t? of depositing a layer of a metal like chromium or zinc
Speed (m s–1) Distance(m) Speed(m s–1) on iron to prevent rusting is called (iv) .
av v ur
av (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
ur ra Ga
Ga u A. carbon dioxide moist air 2 oxidation
Ga Sa
ch
Sachin in
in B. oxygen water 1 galvanisation
ch
Time(s) Sa Time(s) Time(s)
t t t C. water oxygen 3 galvanisation
(i) (ii) (iii) D. water nitrogen 4 corrosion
A. (i) and (ii) only B. (i) and (iii) only
48. Raj is fond of gardening. He planted two different
C. (ii) and (iii) only D. (i), (ii) and (iii) types of flowering plants, pea and papaya in his garden.
Both the plants grew healthily in the garden and then
47. Anamika has arranged the following experimental
flowered after sometime.
set-up to study the conditions necessary for rusting To check the fruit setting of these plants Raj covered the
to take place. flowers of both plants using a polythene bag.
After some days, he removed the polythene bags and
found small pea fruits, but no fruits in papaya. What
could possibly be the reason for this?
A. Papaya plant did not get essential nutrients for
setting fruits and seeds.
Iron Iron Oil
B. Papaya plant has unisexual flowers and female
nail nail Water
Water
flowers can produce fruits in presence of pollinators
Damp only.
(slightly Chemical
wet) to remove Painted Iron C. The flower of pea plant gets converted to fruit
nail nail
cotton moisture without pollination and fertilisation.
wool in air D. Papaya plant is pollinated by insects whereas pea
1 2 3 4
plant is pollinated by the agency of water.

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49. Radha bought three different types of soil samples, P, Which soil sample can she use for making statue?
Q and R from the market and then set-up an experiment A. P B. Q
as shown to test the suitability of these soils for making C. Both P and Q D. Both Q and R
statue.
She put 50 gms of dry 50. The given graph shows changes in the pressure in lungs
powdered soil of each sample during breathing.
separately in three different 762
Atmospheric pressure
funnels placed over three = 760 mm Hg
different beakers and then Air pressure
in the lungs 760
slowly poured water on the (mm Hg) P Q R S T
Time
soil samples till the water just
started dripping from the funnel. She then weighed the 758
three soil samples separately.
The results are shown in the given table. Which of the following is incorrect regarding this?
(i) Region R to T represents inhalation.
Type Original Weight of soil (ii) Region P to R represents inhalation.
of soil weight of soil sample after (iii) Region P to R represents exhalation.
pouring water (iv) Ribcage will move upward and diaphragm will get
flattened at point S.
P 50 gm 60 gm
(v) Ribcage will move downward and diaphragm will
Q 50 gm 100 gm become dome shaped at point S.
A. (ii), (iii) and (v) B. (i), (iii) and (iv)
R 50 gm 70 gm C. (ii) and (v) only D. (i) and (iii) only

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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Class 7

Set 2

Year 2015
logical reasoning

1. Three of the following four options are alike in a 6. Anu remembers that her friend had visited her after
certain way based on their positions in the given 13th but before 18th of the month, while Anu's sister
arrangement and so form a group. Find the one that remembers that Anu's friend had visited after 16th
does not belong to that group. but before 20th. If it was Friday on 1st of the month,
B 4 @ D A © 7 9 F % 2 R 5 H 6 E * N $ 1 U then on which day of the week, Anu's friend visit
to her?
W3 PT8 dV#YI
A. 562 B. WPU A. Saturday
C. ©9D D. d#T B. Monday
C. Sunday
2. There is a certain relationship on the either side D. Friday
of ::. Identify the relationship and find the missing
term. 7. Find the missing number, if a certain rule is followed
REASON : SFBTPO :: MAGNET : ? in all the three figures.

A. NBHMFU B. NBIPFS 1 3 1
C. NBHOFU D. OCIPGU 3 30 5 2 72 4 5 ? 2
4 6 8
3. Which of the following figures do not satisfies the A. 66 B. 40
same condition of placement of dots as in Fig. (X)? C. 61 D. 90

8. Two positions of a dice are shown below.

A. B.

When six is at the bottom, which number will be


C. D. at the top?
A. 1 B. 2
4. Some boys are sitting in three rows all facing North C. 4 D. 5
such that S is in the middle row. P is just to the
9. Select the term from the options which will continue
right of S. Q is just behind of P while R is in the
the given series.
North of S. In which direction of R is Q?
2B11, 4E13, 8H15, ?
A. South B. South-West
A. 15K17
C. North-East D. South-East
B. 16K19
5. Which of the following options will complete the C. 16J17
pattern in Fig. (X)? D. 16K17

10. Select the correct mirror image of the Fig. (X), if


the mirror is placed vertically to the right.

?
9
Fig. (X) Fig. (X)

A. B. A. B.
9 9
9
C. D. C. D.
9
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SCIENCE

11. Which of the following statements is/are true regarding 16. Which of the following statements about cyclone
the effects of using a thin converging lens instead of is/are incorrect?
a thick converging lens? (i) Cyclones are accompanied by very strong winds.
(i) The image formed will be brighter. (ii) The centre of cyclone is a high pressure area.
(ii) The focal length will be longer. (iii) Cyclones are known as typhoons in American
(iii) The image formed will always be virtual. continent.
A. (ii) only B. (i) and (ii) only (iv) There is heavy rain fall in the centre of cyclone.
C. (ii) and (iii) only D. (i) and (iii) only A. (i) only B. (ii) only
C. (i), (ii) and (iii) only D. (ii), (iii) and (iv) only
12. A solid substance is placed
in a boiling tube and heated
Temperature
17. Which car, moving from rest, has an average acceleration
4
steadily. The temperature- 3 of 2.0 m s–2?
2
time graph of the substance 1 A. A car reaching a speed of 10 m s–1 in 2 s.
is shown in figure. At which
labelled point would the B. A car reaching a speed of 20 m s–1 in 5 s.
Time C. A car reaching a speed of 30 m s–1 in 10 s.
substance be a mixture of
liquid and gas? D. A car reaching a speed of 40 m s–1 in 20 s.
A. 1 B. 2 18. Read the given statements and mark the correct option.
C. 3 D. 4 Statement 1 : Convex lens can form real and inverted
13. The distance-time graph of motion of a cycle is shown images.
here. What is the average speed of cycle over a time Statement 2 : Convex lens is used as magnifying glass.
period of 12 s? Distance (m) A. Both statement 1 and statement 2 are true
A. 0.48 m s–1 9 and statement 2 is the correct explanation of
statement 1.
B. 0.58 m s–1
B. Both statement 1 and statement 2 are true but
C. 2.17 m s–1 3 statement 2 is not the correct explanation of
2
D. 3.17 m s–1 0 9 Time (s) statement 1.
5 12
C. Statement 1 is true but statement 2 is false.
14. Two plane mirrors are placed at 90° to each other. A D. Statement 1 is false but statement 2 is true.
ray of light strikes one mirror and follows the path as
shown in the figure. 19. Which coil will make the strongest electromagnet for
Mirror a given flow of current?
Light ray
A. A 10 cm coil with 100 turns.
40° B. A 5 cm coil with 200 turns.
C. A 10 cm coil with 200 turns.
D. A 20 cm coil with 200 turns.
X Mirror
20. Match the column I with column II and select the
What is the value of angle X?
correct option from the given codes.
A. 20° B. 30°
Column I Column II
C. 40° D. 50°
(a) Bulb (i)
15. A piece of ice is being heated till it turns to water
and then to steam. Which of the following statements
is true? (b) Cell (ii)

A. The molecules expand as ice changes to steam. (c) Battery (iii)


B. The molecules move faster as ice changes to (d) Open switch (iv)
steam.
A. (a)-(i), (b)-(ii), (c)-(iv), (d)-(iii)
C. The molecules move closer to each other as ice
changes to steam. B. (a)-(i), (b)-(iv), (c)-(ii), (d)-(iii)
D. The intermolecular force of attraction increases as C. (a)-(ii), (b)-(iv), (c)-(i), (d)-(iii)
ice changes to steam. D. (a)-(ii), (b)-(i), (c)-(iii), (d)-(iv)

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21. Kanika identified the nature of few substances with the 23. Four different substances are categorised based on
help of three different indicators. She listed down her their properties in the given flowchart.
observations in the given table with some blanks.
Substances
S. Substance Red Turmeric China
No. litmus solution rose
paper indicator Edible Non-edible

1. Lime water blue p green


Transparent Opaque Lustrous Non-lustrous
2. Curd no change no change q
Miscible Soluble Sinks Floats
3. Table salt no change no change no change with water in water
4. Toothpaste r red s P Q R S
5. Lemon juice no change no change magenta
Identify the substances.
Identify p, q, r and s.
A. P-Oil, Q-Common salt, R-Matchstick, S-Coin
p q r s B. P-Common salt, Q-Glycerine, R-Coin, S-Matchstick
A. Magenta Green Blue Magenta C. P-Glycerine, Q-Common salt, R-Coin, S-Matchstick
B. Red Magenta Blue Green D. P-Glycerine, Q-Sand, R-Coin, S-Matchstick
C. Blue Magenta Red Green
D. Green Red Magenta Blue 24. Sahil took some iron filings and mixed them well with
sulphur powder. He could separate the iron filings with
22. Mrs. Rama, a science teacher has arranged the following the help of a magnet. Then, he heated the mixture for
set-ups to demonstrate different types of changes. some time and tried to separate the iron filings with
the magnet but he could not because
Fumes of caramel
and water vapours A. On heating, a chemical change takes place and a
Test tube holder new compound is formed
Water droplets B. On heating, a physical change takes place hence,
Test tube
iron and sulphur get mixed up
Molten sugar turns into C. On heating, iron evaporates and only sulphur is
brown caramel and then to left behind
Burner
black charcoal.
D. None of these.
Set-up 1 25. Match the column I with column II and select the

correct option from the given codes.
Ice on watch glass Ice
Column I Column II
Crushed (i) Fast change (p) Occurrence of day and
naphthalene night
balls and (ii) Periodic change (q) Spoiling of food
Spirit sand Naphthalene (iii) Reversible change (r) Blowing of a balloon
lamp crystals (iv) Undesirable change (s) Dropping an object
Set-up 2 (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
A. p s q r
Identify the types of changes taking place in these B. r q p s
set-ups. C. s p r q
A. In set-up 1, chemical-reversible change is taking D. q r s p
place while in set-up 2, physical-irreversible change
is taking place. 26. Which of the following methods can be used to
B. In set-up 1, chemical-irreversible change is taking separate each component of the mixture containing
place while in set-up 2, physical-reversible change iron filings, chalk powder and sugar?
is taking place. A. Evaporation, use of a magnet and separating
C. In both set-ups, physical-reversible changes are funnel
taking place. B. Use of a magnet, filtration, followed by evaporation
D. In both set-ups, chemical-irreversible changes are C. Winnowing, filtration, followed by condensation
taking place. D. Handpicking, threshing, followed by evaporation

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27. Read the given statements and select the correct 31. Study the given experimental set-up, in which a
option. burning candle has been placed in a beaker filled with
Statement 1 : Calamine solution is applied on the water. The candle has been covered by an inverted
skin when an ant bites. glass jar.
Statement 2 : Ant injects ammonia into the skin Glass jar
which can be neutralised by rubbing with calamine
solution. Candle Water
Beaker
A. Both statements 1 and 2 are true and statement 2
Which of the following options correctly depicts the
is the correct explanation of statement 1.
results of the experiment after few minutes ?
B. Both statements 1 and 2 are true but statement 2
is not the correct explanation of statement 1.
A. B.
C. Statement 1 is true and statement 2 is false.
D. Both statements 1 and 2 are false.

28. Observe the given flowchart carefully and mark the C. D.


option which best represents I, II, III and IV.
Compounds 32. Refer to the given diagram which shows various parts
of human digestive system labelled as I, II, III, IV
and V.
I Base II I
e.g., HNO3, HCl e.g., Ca(OH)2 e.g., NaCl, IV
V II
IV
Inorganic Organic III
e.g., H2SO4 e.g., III
I II III IV Identify the organs and select the incorrect statement
A. Salt Acid Acetic acid Limestone regarding them.
B. Alkali Soda ash Iron sulphate Iron oxide A. Organ V is involved in storage of bile not its
C. Acidic Salt Hydrochloric Copper production.
Salt acid sulphate B. Organ II secretes digestive juice which contains
D. Acid Salt Formic acid Baking soda mucus, hydrochloric acid and digestive enzymes.
C. Organ IV is the largest gland of the body.
29. Refer to the given table showing the characteristics D. Organ I is involved in the absorption of water
of three types of fabrics (I, II and III). from food.
Fabrics Source of Air spaces Absorption 33. W h i c h o f t h e f o l l o w i n g Lungs
individual between fibres of water statements is correct regarding
fibres the given schematic of blood P Q

I Plant Less Medium circulation in human body? Heart


R
II Animal More High A. Structures P and S have S

III Chemical Minimum Minimum thick, elastic walls to allow


stretching.
Which of the following statements is incorrect Capillaries
regarding this? B. P and R carry oxygenated
blood.
A. Fabric I is more suitable for summer clothing. C. Q carries deoxygenated blood at high pressure
B. Fabric II will allow more body heat to escape than whereas S carries oxygenated blood at low pressure.
fabric I. D. R and S have a series of valves and are superficially
C. Fabric III can neither absorb body sweat nor can placed.
keep the body cool.
D. Fabric II is more suitable for winter clothing. 34. Read the given statements and select the correct option.
Statement 1 : Chemical digestion of food involves
30. If the percolation rate of water through a soil sample breaking down of food by chewing and churning.
is 50 mL/min, then how much time will 500 mL of
Statement 2 : Mechanical digestion of food involves
water take to percolate completely into the soil ?
conversion of complex substances such as carbohydrates
A. 5 minutes B. 10 minutes into their simpler forms such as glucose by enzymatic
C. 15 minutes D. 20 minutes action.

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A. Both statements 1 and 2 are true and statement 2 38. Refer to the given table.
is the correct explanation of statement 1. Name of the Presence/Absence Mode of
B. Both statements 1 and 2 are true but statement 2 plant of leaves nutrition
is not the correct explanation of statement 1.
Mistletoe L Partially
C. Statement 1 is true but statement 2 is false. parasitic
D. Both statements 1 and 2 are false.
Nepenthes Present M
35. While using iodine in the laboratory, some drops of Cuscuta N Completely
iodine fell on Rashmi’s socks and some fell on her parasitic
teacher’s saree. The drops of iodine on the saree Select the correct option for L, M and N.
turned blue-black while the colour of iodine drop did
L M N
not change on the socks. What can be the possible
reason? A. Present Partially heterotrophic Absent
B. Absent Partially heterotrophic Absent
A. The socks were made of nylon while saree was C. Present Autotrophic Present
made of silk. D. Present Partially parasitic Absent
B. The saree had been washed in starch solution to
make it stiff. 39. Read the given paragraph.
C. The socks were black in colour while the saree Joints are of different types based on the degree of
was white in colour. freedom of movement. The joints found between the
D. After washing, socks had been dipped in iodine skull bones are P joints. Joint Q is found between
solution before drying. the skull and lower jaw. The joint between skull and
first vertebra of backbone is R joint.
36. Which of the following statements is incorrect for
the given food web? Select the correct option regarding these joints P,
Q and R.
Frog Snake A. Joint P shows 180° of movement in two planes.
Insect Eagle B. Joint Q shows 180° of movement in one plane.
Plant Sparrow C. Joint R shows 360° of movement in two planes.
D. Joint P shows 360° of movement in one plane.
A. The snake is both a predator and a prey.
B. There is one producer and one omnivorous 40. Anushka bagged four different kinds of flowers
organism in this food web. on the potted plants as shown below and left them
C. A decrease in population of frog will cause an undisturbed. Which of these four flowers is the most
increase in insect population. likely to produce fruits and seeds?
D. There are three food chains in this food web.

37. Refer to the given key. A. B.


I. (a) Fibres obtained from natural resources
- Go to II (a)
(b) Fibres obtained from chemicals - Go to IV (b)
II. (a) Cellulose is the structural material - Go to III
(b) Fibres made up of complex proteins - Go to C. D.
IV (a)
III. (a) Fibre obtained from seeds - P
(b) Fibre obtained from stems - Q 41. Match column I with column II and select the correct
IV. (a) Poor conductor of heat and gives smell of option from given codes.
burning hair when burnt - R
Column I Column II
(b) Melts on burning - S
P. Anther (i) Usually brightly coloured
Identify P, Q, R and S and select the correct option
Q. Pedicel (ii) Contains pollen grains
regarding them.
R. Stigma (iii) Stalk of the flower
A. P is the strongest natural fibre available. S. Petals (iv) Receives pollen grains
B. Q is one of the cheapest fibre and is also known
as golden fibre. A. P – (iv), Q – (iii), R – (ii), S – (i)
C. R can be obtained only by killing of source organism. B. P – (ii), Q – (iii), R – (iv), S – (i)
D. S provides the best clothing material for winter C. P – (ii), Q – (i), R – (iii), S – (iv)
clothing. D. P – (iii), Q – (iv), R – (i), S – (ii)

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42. Refer to the given flow chart. (iv) The material used to make the shaped-pieces.
Protective No Help to build and Yes (v) The strength with which she pulled each shaped-
food repair tissues P piece through the water.
Yes A. (i), (ii) and (iii)
B. (i), (iii) and (iv)
Inorganic salts
C. (i), (iii), (iv) and (v)
essential for chemical No Q
reactions in cells D. (i), (ii), (iii), (iv) and (v)
Yes 44. Study the following features :
R • Flowers are small and dull.
Identify P, Q and R and select the correct option • Pollen grains are light weight.
regarding it. • Stamens and stigmas are exposed.
• Flowers are colourless and odourless.
A. Deficiency of P can lead to diseases like • Pollen grains are produced in large numbers.
kwashiorkor and marasmus.
Above cited features are the characteristics of flowers
B. If Q is water soluble then it is not stored in body
in which pollination is brought about by the agency of
but if it is fat soluble, it can be stored in body for
future use. A. Wind B. Birds
C. Deficiency of R can lead to diseases like anaemia, C. Insects D. Explosion.
goitre, rickets, etc.
45. Which of the following
D. All of these. best describes what Y

43. Chitra wanted to see what body shape would enable happens to the parts X and
an animal to travel most easily through the water. Y during inhalation and
She cut out shapes using pieces of styrofoam and tied exhalation ?
X
a piece of string to each of them. Then she pulled Inhalation Exhalation
them through the fish pond in school. What factors X Y X Y
should she keep the same so that the experiment is a
fair one? A. Contracts Moves down Relaxes Moves up
B. Relaxes Moves down Contracts Moves up
(i) The length of the string.
(ii) The size of the shaped-pieces. C. Contracts Moves up Relaxes Moves down
(iii) The material used to make the string. D. Relaxes Moves up Contracts Moves down

Achievers Section

46. The diagram shows an electric bell. Which materials 47. Observe the given figure carefully and fill in the
would be suitable for the parts labelled X, Y blanks by choosing an appropriate option.
and Z?

X X
Z
(turns lime
Y
water milky)
Z Y

1 2 3

X Y Z
A. Sugar Nitric acid Nitrogen
X Y Z B. Salt Ammonium Ammonia
A. Soft iron Brass Soft iron hydroxide
B. Soft iron Soft iron Steel spring C. Baking soda Acetic acid Carbon dioxide
C. Soft iron Brass Brass D. Copper Hydrochloric Hydrogen
D. Steel spring Soft iron Steel spring acid

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48. Read the given passage. Select the correct statement regarding this.
Sometimes during heavy physical exercise, your A. For first three hours, the plant was kept in a dark
body cannot get enough P to produce the room.
required energy. To get the additional energy, B. At 3rd hour, the plant was moved to a sunny place.
Q respiration occurs in your R , during which
C. For first 3 hours, the plant was photosynthesising
partial breakdown of glucose occurs and S is
but was not respiring.
produced.
D. Both A and B
Which of the following statements is incorrect regarding
P, Q, R and S? 50. Read the given passage.
A. P represents oxygen. The land near the equator is colder than the land away
B. Q is the type of respiration that occurs in the from it. Near the equator, Sun's rays fall vertically. As
presence of oxygen. the latitude increases, the rays become more and more
C. R represents muscle cells of our body. slanting. Vertical rays spread over a larger land area
D. Accumulation of S in muscles causes muscular than slanting rays. Also, they pass through a thicker
cramps. layer of the atmosphere which absorbs a large part
of their heat. Hence, the land near the equator gets
49. The given graph shows the variations in oxygen heated up lesser by the sun than the land away from
release and uptake by a plant over a period of 10 hours.
it, in a given time.
Increasing Some of the words have been italicised in the given
oxygen passage. Select the incorrect statement regarding these.
release
A. The words colder and lesser need not to be replaced
0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 as they are correctly mentioned.
Increasing
oxygen
Time / hour B. Larger should be replaced by smaller.
uptake C. Thicker should be replaced by thinner.
D. None of these

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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Class 7

Set A

Year 2016
logical reasoning

1. Which of the following figures do not satisfy the same 6. There is a certain relationship between figures (1) and
condition of placement of dots as in Fig. (X)? (2). Establish the same relationship between figures
(3) and (4) by selecting a suitable figure from the
options that would replace the (?) in Fig. (4).

A. B.

A. B.

C. D.

C. D.
2. Which of the following is the net of the given
Fig. (X)?
7. If the first and the second digits of each of the following
numbers are interchanged, then which number will
Fig. (X) be the smallest?
358 426 853 674 592
A. 358 B. 426
A. B.
C. 853 D. 674
8. Two positions of a dice are shown below. If the face
with 1 dot is at the bottom, then the number of dots
C. D. on the top face is
A. 2
3. Find the missing number, if same rule is followed in B. 3
all the three figures. C. 4
A. 16 D. 5
B. 18
9. In a certain code language, the word FIENDISH is
C. 10 written as DFHNSEII. How will the word HESITATE
D. 14 be written in that language?
4. Read the following information carefully. A. HSTTEEAI B. HTTSAEEI
'A@B' means 'A is added to B'. C. HSTTAEEI D. HSTTIEEA
'A * B' means 'A is multiplied by B'. 10. Select a figure from the options, which when placed
'A#B' means 'A is divided by B'. in the blank space of Fig. (X) would complete the
'A$B' means 'B is subtracted from A'. pattern.
Total age of 12 boys is 'X' and the total age of
13 girls is 'Y'. What is the average age (A) of all the A.
boys and girls together ?
A. A = (X@Y) # 25 B. A = (X$Y) # 25
C. A = (X@Y) * 25 D. None of these
B.
5. There are 8 friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H seated
in a circle facing the centre. AC, DG, HE and FB are
seated adjacent to each other. A is also seated adjacent
C.
to H. B is second to the right of H. E is third to the
right of C.
What is C's position with reference to F?
A. 5th to the right B. 4th to the left D.
th
C. 4 to the right D. 3rd to the right

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Science

11. Sagar wants to magnetise Column-I Column-II


an iron bar EF by the P (a) Railway engine (i) Quintal
stroking method. The given (b) Packet of chilli powder (ii) kg
Magnet (c) Sack of wheat (iii) mg
figure shows the direction of
stroke. (d) Huge bag of sand (iv) g
Q
Which of the following is a Direction of stroke (e) Aspirin tablet (v) Metric ton
possible set of polarities for E F A. (a) - (v), (b) - (iv), (c) - (i), (d) - (ii), (e) - (iii)
the given arrangement? Iron bar B. (a) - (i), (b) - (ii), (c) - (iii), (d) - (iv), (e) - (v)
P Q E F C. (a) - (ii), (b) - (iv), (c) - (v), (d) - (iii), (e) - (i)
A. North South South South D. (a) - (iii), (b) - (ii), (c) - (iv), (d) - (v), (e) - (i)
B. North South North North
16. Two parallel rays of light strike a concave lens. Which
C. South North South North
of the following correctly shows the passage of the rays
D. South North North South
after passing through the lens?
12. A photographer wishes to take pictures without being
noticed. He sets up two plane mirrors together with A. B.
his camera. Which arrangement of mirrors will allow
the photographer to take pictures of someone behind
the camera?
C. D.

A. B.
17. Misha, a class VII Live wire
Switch
student suggests the
given circuit setup. Supply Bulb
Her teacher said that
C. D. this circuit is unsafe Neutral
wire Fuse
because
A. The switch is wrongly connected
B. The fuse is wrongly connected
13. The diagram shows a man C. The bulb is fused
Sun
standing under a shelter on D. Live wire and neutral wire have been interchanged.
a sunny day. Given that the Thick plastic
man feels hot, which of the roof 18. Three liquids with their respective boiling and freezing
following shows the processes points are shown in the given table.
of how thermal energy from Liquids Freezing point Boiling point
the Sun reaches the man? Mercury –39°C 357°C
A. Radiation → Conduction → Radiation Alcohol –112°C 78°C
B. Radiation → Conduction → Convection Pentane –180°C 36°C
C. Radiation → Convection → Radiation A thermometer that can measure both –50°C and 38°C
D. Radiation → Convection → Convection should be filled with __________.
14. Read the given statements and select the correct A. Mercury only B. Alcohol only
option. C. Pentane only
Statement 1 : It is difficult to ride a bicycle against the D. Either alcohol or pentane
direction of wind. 19. Solve the following riddle by identifying X, Y, Z.
Statement 2 : High speed winds are accompanied by X : I am present in a closed circuit only.
increased air pressure. Y : I am a source of energy available in different shapes
A. Both statements 1 and 2 are true and statement 2 and sizes.
is the correct explanation of statement 1. Z : I am a device used for making and breaking the
B. Both statements 1 and 2 are true but statement 2 is electric circuit.
not the correct explanation of statement 1.    X    Y    Z
C. Statement 1 is true but statement 2 is false. A. Electric current Electric switch Electric cell
D. Both statements 1 and 2 are false. B. Electric switch Electric cell Electric current
15. Match Column-I with Column-II and select the C. Electric current Electric cell Electric switch
correct option. D. Electric cell Electric current Electric switch

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20. Two identical balls are released at the same time from C. Oxygen, butter paper and milk
a building of height 85 m, one from the top while the D. Chlorine, glass jar and water.
other from half way up.
25. Match the given chemical reactions with the products
Which of the following quantities is same for both
balls? listed in the box and select the correct option from
A. Time of travel B. Final speed the given codes.
C. Acceleration D. Total displacement (i)-CaO; (ii)-Mg(OH)2; (iii)-NO2 (iv)-Cu
(v)-MgCl2; (vi)-O2; (vii)-Fe2O3; (viii)-CaCO3
21. Which of the following statements is/are correct?
I. Coffee is bitter in taste hence, it is basic in nature. P. Mixing magnesium oxide with water
II. All mineral acids are strong acids. Q. Brown deposit on iron nail kept in copper sulphate
III. Phenolphthalein is a synthetic indicator. solution
IV. In neutralisation reaction, heat is always evolved. R. Carbon dioxide is passed through lime water
V. If the soil is too basic, organic matter is added to it. S. Absorption of ultraviolet radiations by ozone.
A. III, IV and V B. I, III and V A. P-(v), Q-(vii), R-(i), S-(vi)
C. I, III and IV D. III only B. P-(iv), Q-(ii), R-(i), S-(iii)
C. P-(ii), Q-(iii), R-(viii), S-(vii)
22. Study the given Venn diagram : D. P-(ii), Q-(iv), R-(viii), S-(vi)
26. Study the given flowchart carefully.

Points 1, 2, 3 and 4 represent


1 2 3 4
A. Folding a Burning of a A spinning Germina-
paper to cracker top tion of
make boat seeds
P, Q, R and S are respectively
B. Growth of Cutting Burning of Melting
a plant of a tree cooking gas of ice A. Salt, sawdust, iron dust, camphor
C. Setting of Melting Inflation of Tearing a B. Sawdust, iron dust, camphor, salt
milk to of ice tyre paper into C. Iron dust, camphor, sawdust, salt
form curd pieces D. Camphor, iron dust, sawdust, salt.
D. Change of Rising and Bursting of a Burning
seasons setting of sun balloon of a candle 27. Kunal has classified a few processes as shown in the
given table :
23. Smita took a spoon of turmeric powder and made a paste Type of
S.No. Processes
by adding little water to it. She cut thin stripes of a change
paper and applied this paste on them. After drying I. Sublimation of naphthalene balls Chemical
she put few drops of given sample solutions (i)-(iv) II. Heating of sodium with chlorine Physical
on these strips. What would be the changes in the gas
colour she observed? III. Mixing sodium hydroxide with Chemical
Sample solution
(i) Amla juice copper sulphate solution
Turmeric paper IV. Expansion of bimetallic strip Chemical
(ii) Lime water
(iii) Common salt solution V. Extraction of a metal by electrolysis Physical
(iv) Baking soda solution The processes which are classified incorrectly are
A. (i)-Yellow, (ii)-Red, (iii)-Yellow, (iv)-Red A. II, IV and V only B. III and V only
B. (i)-Red, (ii)-Yellow, (iii)-Yellow, (iv)-Red C. I, II, IV and V only D. All of these.
C. (i)-Red, (ii)-Red, (iii)-Yellow, (iv)-Yellow
D. (i)-Yellow, (ii)-Yellow, (iii)-Red, (iv)-Red 28. During the science activity, class teacher arranged
the test tubes as shown in the figure and asked students
24. The properties of substances X, Y and Z are given as : to predict the effect of various indicators on the given
X : Gas, transparent, colourless solutions.
Y : Solid, translucent, insulator
Z : Liquid, opaque, edible Soap Cold Soda ash 10 mL NaOH
X, Y and Z are respectively solution drink + water + 10 mL HCl
A. Water vapour, petrol and mercury
B. Fog, frosted glass and muddy water (1) (2) (3) (4)
Which of the following statements are correct?

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I. Turmeric solution will turn red in test tubes C. Plant R possesses special leaf modifications to catch
1 and 4. and digest insects.
II. Methyl orange will turn yellow in test tubes D. Plant S possesses stilt roots which help in aeration.
1 and 3. 32. Refer to the given food web.
III. China rose indicator will turn dark pink in test
tube 2.
IV. Blue litmus solution will turn red in test tubes
1 and 4.
A. I and IV only B. I, II and IV only
C. II and III only D. None of these
Which of the following holds true regarding this?
29. Refer to the given figure and select
the correct option. A. There are four primary consumers and one
secondary consumer in the given food web.
A. Joint X is similar to joint Y X
whereas joint W is similar to joint B. There are two herbivores and two carnivores in the
Z. Y given food web.
B. Joints U and V are fixed joints W C. Snake is serving as both primary and secondary
U consumer in this food web.
where bones do not show
movement. D. If grasshopper and beetle population is removed
Z
C. Joints Y and Z allow movement from this community then frog population will be
in only one plane, i.e., either back affected negatively.
V
and forth or up and down. 33. Two friends Rohan and Ravi visited a general physician
D. None of these for their respective diseases. Doctor examined them
and prepared a chart as shown below to keep a record
30. Refer to the given figure and select
of their illness.
the correct option regarding P, Q,
P R Name of Symptoms Treatment
R, S and T.
the patient of disease
A. In pea, R is modified into Q
S Rohan Spongy and Intake of citrus
tendril to give support bleeding gums fruits and amla
whereas in Venus flytrap, S Ravi Body fatigue, Intake of green
is modified to catch insects. paleness of leafy vegetables
B. R is modified into spines to face and nails (like spinach) and
T
prevent water loss whereas red meat
S performs photosynthesis Refer to the given chart and select the correct option
in Opuntia. regarding this.
C. T is modified to store food in turnip and A. Rohan is suffering from deficiency of a fat soluble
ginger whereas outer covering of P is edible in vitamin which helps in formation of bones and
cardamom. teeth.
D. Q is modified to store food in cabbage, broccoli B. Ravi is suffering from deficiency of a mineral that is
and lettuce. required for formation of haemoglobin that carries
31. Refer to the given flow chart and select the correct oxygen from lungs to body cells.
option regarding P, Q, R and S. C. Rohan is suffering from deficiency of a mineral that
also increases immunity against various diseases.
D. None of these
34. Read the following statements carefully and select the
option which correctly identifies the true (T) and false
(F) statements.
(i) Synthetic fibres are the fibres that are made from
chemicals.
(ii) Cashmere wool is obtained from cashmere
rabbit.
(iii) Anthrax is an occupational disease caused by a
bacteria Bacillus anthracis.
A. Plant P derives nutrition from the host plant with the (i) (ii) (iii)
help of haustoria and possesses hygroscopic roots A. T F T
which absorb moisture directly from atmosphere. B. F F T
B. Plant Q possesses broad thin leaves with superficial C. T T F
stomata. D. F T T

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35. Farheen soaked some bean seeds in water overnight. 38. Digestive juices were collected from three different
Next morning she drained the water and kept the seeds regions of the alimentary canal. Drops of these juices
moist till they started germinating. She boiled half of were added to wells made in an agar of starch as shown
the seeds and then kept the germinating seeds in one below.
thermos flask X and the boiled seeds in another thermos
flask Y. She covered the mouth of both flasks with moist After an hour, the wells were rinsed with distilled
cotton wool. Then she inserted thermometers in both water and flooded with iodine solution. The results
flasks and left them. What would be her observation are shown below.
after four hours? Well 1 2 3
A. Temperature of flask X increases because it has Colour of iodine Blue-black Yellow - Yellow -
photosynthesising seeds. solution brown brown
B. Temperature of flask X increases because it has Which of the following correctly identifies the regions
respiring seeds. of the alimentary canal from which the three digestive
C. Temperature of flask Y increases because it has juices were obtained?
boiled seeds. Well 1 Well 2 Well 3
D. Both B and C A. Mouth cavity Small intestine Stomach
36. Refer to the given dichotomous key. B. Mouth cavity Stomach Small intestine
C. Small intestine Mouth cavity Stomach
I. (a) Fibre obtained from natural resources – Go to II
(b) Fibre obtained from chemicals – P D. Stomach Mouth cavity Small intestine
II. (a) Plant fibre – Go to III 39. Refer to the given diagram which
(b) Animal fibre – Go to IV shows a test tube containing blood
III. (a) Fibre obtained from seeds of plants – Q with its components arranged Layer X
(b) Fibre obtained from stem of plants – R in layers (X, Y and Z ) after it
Layer Y
IV. (a) Fibre obtained from mammal – S had been stirred thoroughly for Blood Layer Z
5 minutes in a process known as
(b) Fibre obtained from insect – T centrifugation.
Which of the following is incorrect regarding P, Q, (In centrifugation, the heavier components sink to the
R, S and T ? bottom of the test tube while the lighter components
A. P is a petroleum based fibre which does not absorb rise towards the surface).
water readily. Now, select the correct statement regarding layers X,
B. Both fibres Q and S are obtained from their source Y and Z.
organisms without harming them. A. Layer X represents blood plasma, layer Y is chiefly
C. Q is separated from seeds by retting whereas R is constituted by red blood corpuscles whereas layer
separated from stems by ginning. Z contains blood platelets.
D. S can be obtained from the same animal again and B. Layer Y would be absent or greatly reduced in case
again whereas T can be obtained from an animal of blood sample obtained from person whose blood
only once in its lifetime. does not clot easily.
C. Layer Z is chiefly composed of water, enzymes,
37. The given diagram shows percentage composition of hormones etc.
gases P, Q, R and other gases present in air. D. Layer X possesses haemoglobin responsible for
oxygen transport in human body.
Q
P R 40. Shruti planted many plants belonging to two separate
Other gases species X and Y in her garden. She watered them
regularly and took proper care of them. Plants of
both species flowered. After sometime Shruti noticed
Which of the following statements is correct regarding that only plants belonging to species X yielded fruits
gases P, Q and R? whereas fruit setting was absent in plants of species
(i) P can be fixed in soil by certain bacteria present in Y. What could be the probable reason for this?
roots of leguminous plants. A. Plants of species X are wind pollinated but plants
(ii) P supports combustion whereas Q and R help in of species Y are insect pollinated.
extinguishing fire. B. Species X is dioecious whereas species Y is
(iii) Plants and animals release R in respiration whereas monoecious.
plants use Q in photosynthesis. C. Plants of species Y present in Shruti's garden are
(iv) R entraps sun's heat and makes earth warm and dioecious male plants.
hospitable. D. Plants of species X bear only unisexual female
A. (i) and (iv) only B. (ii) and (iii) only flowers whereas plants of species Y bear bisexual
C. (i), (ii) and (iv) only D. (iii) only flowers.

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41. The leaves of a green bean B. Soil sample having almost same amount of Y
plant were exposed to and Z and comparatively much less amount of X
carbon dioxide containing has highest percolation rate and water absorbing
the radioactive isotope of capacity.
carbon 14 C for few hours C. Soil containing more amount of Z and very little X
in sunlight. and Y is prominent in areas where Kangaroo rat and
A section of the plant's stem was then immediately Acacia are commonly found.
obtained and placed on an X-ray film that blackens D. The space between particles is very large in X
where exposed to radioactivity. The following however particles are small sized and compactly
diagrams show the cross-section of the stem, and the
arranged in Y and Z.
resulting autoradiograph. Why is structure P shown
radioactive? 44. Read the given paragraph with few blanks.
A. P transported radioactive carbohydrates from leaves (i) body of birds reduces resistance offered by wind.
to other plant parts. Their (ii) are modified into wings which help them
B. Radioactive carbon dioxide gets dissolved in in flight. Birds have (iii) bones which make their
cell sap and is transported along with water and body light. Birds are (iv) and maintain constant body
minerals by structure P.
temperature. (v) are attached to their lungs which
C. The radioactive carbon is incorporated only in the
serve as reservoirs of air. Birds maintain equilibrium
tissues constituting structure P.
D. None of these in flight due to well developed (vi) of brain.
Select the option that correctly fills any 3 of these
42. Refer to the given Venn diagram blanks.
and identify P, Q, R and S. A. (i) Spindle shaped, (ii) Hindlimbs, (vi) Cerebrum
A. P – Paramecium, B. (ii) Forelimbs, (iv) Homeothermic, (vi) – Cerebellum
Q – Scoliodon, R – Spiny C. (i) Radially symmetrical, (iii) Pneumatic, (v) Air sacs
ant eater, S – Lung fish D. (iv) Poikilothermic, (v) Air sacs, (vi) Cerebrum
B. P – Lion tailed macaque,
Q – Salmon, R – Dolphin, 45. Read the given paragraph.
S – Platypus X, Y and Z are three methods of waste management. X
C. P – Earthworm, Q – Rohu, R – Blue whale, requires action of biological agents whereas Y and Z
S – Frog are chemical processes. Both X and Y reduce the waste
D. P – Amoeba, Q – Tadpole, R – Trout, S – Snake volume whereas Z makes the waste reusable.
43. A handful of soil was mixed in water Which of the following is incorrect regarding X, Y and Z ?
and left in a jar for some time. Different A. X enriches the soil with nutrients and helps in
components of soil got segregated and recycling of matter between living organisms and
formed layers, as shown in the given X their environment.
figure. Y B. Y generates gases and heat energy and is best suited
Select the correct option regarding Z
for disposing toxic waste.
layers X, Y and Z. C. Z increases the demand and supply of fresh raw
A. Soil sample having high amount of X material and causes air and water pollution.
than Y and Z is best suited for maize cultivation. D. Saprophytes and detritivores play a major role in X.

Achievers Section

46. Observe the given figure carefully and fill in the blanks 47. Which of the following statements is correct for the
by choosing an appropriate option. given circuit diagram?

p q r s
A. Crystallisation Iron Chemical, Iron A. To convert the electrical energy into heat energy,
reversible oxide only switch R should be closed.
B. Sublimation Zinc Physical, Zinc B. Minimum number of switches needed to be closed
irreversible oxide for conversion of electrical energy to sound energy
C. Melting Copper Physical, Copper is two.
reversible oxide C. To convert the electrical energy to light energy, only
D. Crystallisation Iron Chemical, Copper
switches S and Q should be closed.
irreversible

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D. If electrical energy is being converted to sound Most absorption of water occurs in large intestine.
energy and heat energy, then conversion to light Select the correct option regarding this.
energy is also taking place. A. Two should be replaced by four whereas proteins
48. Refer to the given food web. should not be replaced as it is correctly mentioned.
B. Fats should be replaced by carbohydrates and
pancreas should be replaced by liver.
C. Digests should be replaced by emulsifies.
D. Large should be replaced by small.
Which of the following graphs best illustrates changes in 50. Refer to the given diagram showing a natural cyclic
fish and penguin population over time if whale population process.
is removed from this community? Process III
Y

IV
X

ces s
Population size

I
Population size Population size

Pro

cess

Pro
A. B.

Pro

ces
s

II
Time Time
Population size

C. D. Process V

Time Time Which of the following holds true regarding it ?


49. Read the given paragraph where few words have been A. Deforestation will decelerate process V.
italicised. B. Process I occurs at a high rate in a rainforest and is
Buccal cavity of humans contains two pairs of salivary absent in deserts whereas process III is involved in
glands which secrete digestive juices that help in dew formation.
digestion of proteins present in food. From here food C. The physical state of water at X is liquid and that at
enters stomach where digestion of mainly fats takes Y is gaseous.
place. As this semi-digested food enters small intestine D. Both processes II and IV involve conversion of one
complete digestion of food occurs. Small intestine physical state of water into another.
receives bile juice from pancreas which digests fats.

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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Class 7

Set B

Year 2016
logical reasoning

1. Pointing to a photograph, Mini said, "She is the mother


of my only brother's uncle's son." How is Mini related C. D.
to the person in the photograph?
A. Aunt
B. Niece 6. Ahika is standing to the North of Sumit. Priyanka is
C. Mother standing to East of Ahika. Puneet is to the West of
D. Daughter Sumit. What is the position of Puneet with respect
to Priyanka?
2. Select a figure from the options which will substitute A. West
the (?) so that a series is formed by the Problem B. South-West
Figures. C. South
D. North-West

7. Select the correct water image of the given combination


of letters and numbers.
5N6OMAT
A.
A. B. B.
C.
D.
C. D. 8. Three of the following four groups of letters are alike
in some away while one is different. Find out which
one is different.
3. How many such 4's are there in the following sequence A. AGDKB
that the sum of the immediately following two digits B. CIFMD
is greater than the sum of the immediately preceding C. EKHOF
two digits? D. JPMSK
9 2 4 4 5 4 7 4 2 9 8 7 4 7 3 4 5 2 1 4 1 3 4 4 4
9. Which of the following Venn diagrams correctly
8 7 3 3 9 1 1 4 2 1
represents the relationship amongst "Rivers, Oceans,
A. 7 Water sources"?
B. 6
C. 5
D. 4 A. B.

4. If it is possible to make a meaningful word with


the first, fourth, fifth and eighth letters of the word C. D.
HYPOTHESIS which of the following will be the third
letter of that word ? If more than one such word can
be formed, give 'X' as the answer. If no such word 10. Select the option in which only specified components
can be formed, give 'M' as the answer. of the Fig. (X) are found.
A. M B. X
C. S D. T

5. In which of the following options, Fig. (X) is exactly


embedded as one of its part?

A. B.

A. B. C. D.

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SCIENCE

11. Which of the following diagrams best depicts the If an observer peeps through the hole at the mirror, the
situation when two long iron rods are placed at the extent to which he can see the metre ruler is between
ends of a very short bar magnet? the_________.
A. 0 cm and 90 cm mark
A. B. B. 10 cm and 70 cm mark
C. 20 cm and 50 cm mark
D. 15 cm and 60 cm mark
C. D.
16. Two parallel rays of light strike a convex lens. Which
of the following correctly shows the passage of the
rays after passing through the lens?
12. The end of a cyclone comes quickly if the cyclone
moves over
A. Sea B. Lake A. B.
C. Land D. Cloud.
13. Four magnetic materials are used to pick up metallic
paper clips after they were taken out from a coil which
is connected to a strong direct current. The numbers of
paper clips picked up by the four magnetic materials C. D.
are listed here:
Number of paper clips
Magnetic material 17. Some steamboat restaurants use Paper
picked up
paper pots for their customers to pot
P 0 heat the food themselves. What
Q 5 Flame
is the reason for the paper not to
R 10 catch fire when in contact with the
S 20 flame?
Which is the best magnetic material to be used as an (i) The paper is thin and therefore heat is conducted
electromagnet? quickly to the water in the paper pot.
A. P B. Q (ii) Water has a boiling point lower than the burning
C. R D. S temperature of the paper.
14. Which of the following statements does not illustrate (iii) The paper is thick enough to withstand the high
uniform motion? temperature of the flame.
A. (i) and (ii) only B. (i) and (iii) only
A. A boy runs 80 m along a straight track at a constant
speed. C. (ii) and (iii) only D. (i), (ii) and (iii)
B. A stone is thrown upwards with a speed of 18. Study the classification carefully and select the correct
10 m s–1. option for X, Y and Z.
C. A ball moves along a frictionless surface without Electrical Energy
any external force.
D. An aeroplane flying with a constant speed of Television Electric bulb Toaster
Radio Torch light Rice cooker
250 m s–1 at an altitude of 1000 m. X Y Z
15. The diagram shows a metre ruler XY with a small X Y Z
hole drilled at the 30 cm mark. A plane mirror MN A. Refrigerator Clock Microwave
is placed in front of the ruler and is parallel to it. B. Music system Washing machine Heater
C. Walkman Table lamp Electric kettle
D. Air-conditioner Heater Hair drier

19. The length of mercury thread in a mercury thermometer


is 2 mm at the ice point and 26 mm at the boiling
point of water. What will be the length of mercury
thread in this thermometer if it is used to measure a
temperature of 75°C?
A. 18 mm B. 20 mm
C. 22 mm D. 24 mm

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20. The given diagram shows a B. Components will mix well in beakers III and IV
ball released from the top of as they are completely miscible.
a smooth ramp, which reaches C. Vinegar will disappear completely in beaker II as
a flat and smooth horizontal it is a miscible liquid.
surface connected to the ramp. D. Cooking oil will form a separate layer below water
Which of the following speed-time graphs best in beaker IV.
represents the motion of this ball?
Speed Speed 24. Which portion of the ship
P
will rust the fastest?
A. B. A. P  Q
R
B. Q
Time Time C. R
Speed Speed
D. P, Q and R will rust equally.
C. D. 25. The given table shows the properties of four substances
K, L, M and N :
Time Time
Substance Colour Nature Magnetic Dissolves
21. Ms. Kritika, a science teacher demonstrated an activity in water
in the class. She burnt a thin strip of magnesium and K White Salty No Yes
collected the powdery ash in a China dish. Then she L Blue Sweet No No
mixed some water and tested the mixture with various M White Sweet No Yes
indicators. N Black Metallic Yes No
Which of the following observations are correct? Which two substances would be most difficult to
separate when mixed in water?
I. The colour of China rose indicator changed to A. K and L B. K and M
green. C. L and M D. M and N
II. The colour of turmeric paper changed to blue.
III. Red litmus changed to blue. 26. Consider the following statements :
IV. Colour of methyl orange changed to yellow. I. Baking soda is an acidic salt whereas common salt
A. I, III and IV only B. II and III only is a basic salt.
C. III and IV only D. I and II only II. The water extract of spinach does not change the
colour of red litmus solution.
22. The given diagram shows burning of sulphur : III. Organic matter neutralises the acidic nature of
After heating sulphur the soil.
for few minutes, it melts Sulphur IV. Lime water is acidic in nature.
(process I) and then The incorrect statement(s) is/are
vaporises (process II). After Bunsen burner A. I, II and IV only B. II, III and IV only
this, vapour ignite and burn C. I, III and IV only D. II only.
with oxygen to form sulphur Splinter burning
dioxide (process III). 27. Observe the given figure  with a pop sound
r
Identify the types of changes taking place in these carefully and identify the
processes. substances marked as p, q q
A. Processes I and III are chemical changes while II and r. p
is a physical change. p q   r
B. Processes II and III are chemical changes while I A. Baking soda Vinegar Carbon dioxide
is a physical change. B. Magnesium Hydrochloric Chlorine
C. Process III is a chemical change while processes acid
I and II are physical changes. C. Calcium Hydrochloric Carbon dioxide
D. All are chemical changes. carbonate acid
D. Zinc Hydrochloric Hydrogen
23. The following activity was performed to check the acid
solubility of various liquids in water :
28. Study the given Venn diagram :
Lemon Vinegar Petrol Cooking
juice oil

(I) (II) (III) (IV)


Which of the following observations is correct?
A. Two separate layers will be formed in beakers
I and II and liquids are completely miscible. Centre point 'P' represents

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A. Rusting of iron 32. Divya set up an experiment Thermometer
B. Eruption of volcanoes in an open field as shown here to
C. Ripening of a fruit study how temperature affects Inverted
the rate of photosynthesis. She test tube
D. Burning of cooking gas.
left the apparatus in field from
7 am in the morning till 1 pm Funnel
29. The given table classifies five animals P, Q, R, S and Pond
T according to their feeding habits. These animals in afternoon and tabulated her weed
live in the same habitat. observations which were later
Plasticine support
plotted on a graph.
Carnivore Herbivore Omnivore
Which of the following graphs shows the result of
S R P
her experiment?
T Q

Number of bubbles
10

Number of bubbles
10 8
Which of the following shows their correct interlinking 8
A. 6 B. 6
4
with respect to their feeding habits ? 4 2
2 0
Plant R 0
20 2530 35 40 455055
20 2530 35 40 455055
Temperature (°C)
Temperature (°C)
A. B. P

Number of bubbles
10
T Q S 8
C. 6 D.
P Plant Q Plant R P 4
2
0
C. D. 20 2530 35 40 455055
Q Temperature (°C)
R S T S T
33. Refer to the given flow chart and identify P, Q, R, S
30. The given table shows some observations of food test and T.
experiments.
Food sample
Test W X Y Z

(i) Iodine test Brown Brown Bluish- Brown


black
(ii) Benedict's Orange Blue Blue Blue
test
(iii) Copper sulphate Blue Purple Blue Purple
+ Caustic
soda test
(iv) Ethanol test Colourless Emulsion Colourless Colourless A. P - Pea, Q - Opuntia, R - Aloe, S - Utricularia,
Which of the following correctly identifies W, X, Y T - Lettuce
and Z? B. P - Grapevine, Q - Acacia, R - Coleus, S -
A. W – Sugar, X – Egg, Y – Potato, Z – Soyabean Dionaea, T - Passion flower
C. P - Gloriosa, Q - Aloe, R - Opuntia, S - Nepenthes,
B. W – Pulses, X – Cabbage, Y – Butter, Z – Jam
T - Bryophyllum
C. W – Milk, X – Orange, Y – Peanuts, Z – Paneer
D. P - Bottle gourd, Q - Cactus, R - Asparagus,
D. W – Cheese, X – Potato, Y – Honey, Z – Meat S - Drosera, T - Coleus
31. Refer to the given Venn diagram and select the correct 34. The given graph shows the
statements regarding X, Y and Z. amount of water absorbed by four
(i) X could be Scoliodon, Z
fabrics P, Q, R and S of same
Y could be pigeon and Exoskeleton Body is size when put in four separate
comprises X streamlined beakers each containing 100 mL
Z could be tortoise. scales Y
(ii) Y is warm blooded of water.
Identify P, Q, R and S and select the incorrect option
whereas X and Z are Exoskeleton
comprises regarding them.
cold blooded animals. feathers A. R can be worn close to skin because static
(iii) X could be a fish or a reptile.
electricity does not build up readily.
(iv) Y possesses hollow bones and air sacs. B. Fibres of Q consist of keratin protein, fibres of S
(v) X has two chambered heart, Y has three chambered consist of fibroin protein, fibres of R are cellulosic
heart and Z has four chambered heart. in nature whereas fibres of P are obtained from
A. (i) and (iv) only petrochemicals.
B. (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv) only C. Fibre of S is the strongest natural fibre.
C. (ii), (iv) and (v) only D. Fibres of P and Q are animal fibres whereas fibres
D. (i), (ii) and (v) only of R and S are plant fibres.

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35. Read the given statements and select the option which D. P could be plastic bag or styrofoam cup whereas
correctly fills the blanks in any two of these statements. Q could be vegetable peel or tea leaves.
(i) Paramecium has stiff hair-like structures called
_______ all over its body, which are used for 39. Siddhi set up an experiment as shown here to investigate
_______. fermentative activity in yeast.
(ii) Hydra has a number of _______ around its mouth,
that entangle small aquatic animals and kill them
with their _______ cells.
(iii) Frog uses its long, sticky_______ to catch insects.
(iv) Mosquito sucks up the blood of animals with its
_______.
A. (ii) - Cilia, Absorptive; (iii) - Limb
B. (i) - Tentacles, Ingestion; (iv) - Feeding tube
Which of the following holds incorrect regarding the
C. (i) - Cilia, Ingestion; (ii) - Tentacles, Stinging
given experiment?
D. (iii) - Tongue; (iv) - Pseudopodia
A. The balloon of setup II got inflated due to
36. Your mother goes to buy a woollen shawl from the accumulation of a gas which gives white precipitate
market. The shopkeeper takes out a small strand of yarn when bubbled through calcium hydroxide
from the shawl and burns it. It smells like a burning solution.
plastic. Will it be a good decision to buy this shawl B. The balloon in setup I does not inflate as boiled
and why?
yeast cannot respire.
A. Yes, as it is a characteristic of pure wool. C. Most of the sugar solution is converted to ethyl
B. No, as it is a characteristic of synthetic yarn. alcohol in setup II due to anaerobic respiration of
C. Yes, as it is a characteristic of pure silk.
yeast.
D. No, as it is a characteristic of cotton.
D. In setup I, yeast respires only aerobically whereas
37. Refer to the given flow chart and select the correct in setup II yeast undergoes both aerobic and
option regarding P, Q, R and S. anaerobic respiration.
Food item
Yes
40. Refer to the given flow chart and select the correct
option regarding W, X, Y and Z.
Obtained from plants
Yes Human blood
Yes
Rich in carbohydrates P
No W Corpuscles
Yes Contains
Rich in fats Q X Y Z
No mostly water
Yes
Rich in iron R Transports oxygen Fights Forms clots
No throughout infection and prevents
Yes body blood loss
Rich in vitamin C S
A. P could be honey or sugarcane whereas Q could A. X is enucleated, biconvex and contains red pigment
be soyabean or maize. haemoglobin.
B. X count goes up in case of anaemia whereas Y
B. R should be taken in large quantities by patients
count goes down in case of common cold.
suffering from goitre.
C. Z can change its shape and shows amoeboid
C. Deficiency of S leads to bleeding gums and swelling movements.
of joints. D. X, Y and Z remain suspended in W along with
D. Q should be taken in large quantities by patients enzymes, proteins, hormones, etc.
suffering from kwashiorkor.
41. Refer to the given dichotomous key and identify
38. The given graph shows the changes P, Q, R and S.
in amount of solid wastes P and Q
dumped on an open ground over I. (a) It is a flowering plant. - Go to II
time. (b) It is a non - flowering plant. - Go to III
Select the correct statement regarding P and Q. II. (a) Propagates vegetatively by leaves. – P
A. Q could be vermicomposted or burnt. (b) Propagates vegetatively by stem. – Q
B. Hospital waste belonging to category P is
III. (a) Reproduces asexually by fragmentation. – R
recycled whereas that belonging to category Q is
incinerated. (b) Reproduces asexually by spores. – S
C. Reduction in amount of P with time is synchronised A. P - Bougainvillea, Q - Poppy, R - Sphagnum,
with nutrient enrichment of ground soil. S - Spirulina

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B. P - Begonia, Q - Strawberry, R - Spirogyra, B. In areas experiencing extremes of temperature,
S - Marchantia contraction and relaxation of rocks aids in Z.
C. P - Bryophyllum, Q - Passion flower, C. Phenomenon X can be checked to some extent by
R - Chrysanthemum, S - Funaria terrace and contour farming.
D. P - Bottle brush, Q - Dahlia, R - Candytuft, D. Y could be afforestation, floods or forest fire.
S - Jasmine
44. Which of the following is not true regarding the
42. Refer to the given diagram and select the correct adaptations shown by different animals?
option regarding processes P, Q and R.
A. Jaguar has spotted skin, which merges well with the
speckled shadows of the rainforest floor, making
it difficult to be spotted.
B. Toucan uses its long, large bill to reach fruits on
weak branches that cannot bear its weight.
C. The lion-tailed macaque has long and sticky tongue
which helps it to catch insects.
D. Seals have a thick deposition of fat called blubber
A. Processes P, Q and R introduce genetic variability that protects them from cold.
in the offspring of sexually reproducing plants X
and Y. 45. The given graph shows changes in the volume of thoracic
B. Wind serves as agent for processes P and Q in cavity in a normal human being while breathing.
case plants X and Y belong to genus Salvia.
C. Flowers of plant X and Y need to produce odour
and nectar for completion of processes P and Q
if they are rose species.
D. If plants X and Y are of maize species, then their
flowers need to produce sticky and heavy pollens in
very small amount for accomplishment of process Select the correct option regarding this.
Q. A. From X to Y, pressure in lungs increases whereas
from Y to Z pressure in lungs decreases.
43. Read the given paragraph. B. From X to Y, ribs move upward and outward
X is a natural phenomenon which causes soil erosion whereas from Y to Z ribs move downward and
mostly in hilly areas whereas Y is an anthropogenic inward.
cause contributing to erosion. However, Z is a natural
C. At point Y diaphragm is dome shaped whereas at
phenomenon contributing to soil formation.
points X and Z it is flat.
Select the incorrect option regarding X, Y and Z.
D. X to Y represents exhalation and Y to Z represents
A. Lichens are biological agents responsible for
phenomenon Z. inhalation.

Achievers Section

46. The diagram shows three identical light bulbs X, Y 47. Some examples of common household items are
and Z, connected in a circuit. given :
(a) Soda water (b) Sour milk
(c) Sugar solution (d) Window cleaner
(e) Toothpaste
(f) Common salt solution
Fillin the blanks by choosing an appropriate option.
What will happen to the brightness of the bulbs With solutions I methyl orange changes to red colour,
if a similar bulb is connected in series with the bulb with solutions II China rose indicator changes to
X? green colour while with solutions III red or blue litmus
X   Y   Z paper do not show any colour change.
A. Dimmer Dimmer Brighter A. I – (c), (d); II – (f), (e); III – (a), (b)
B. Dimmer Brighter Dimmer B. I – (a), (b); II – (d), (e); III – (c), (f)
C. Brighter Dimmer Brighter C. I – (d), (f); II – (c), (b); III – (a), (e)
D. Brighter Brighter Dimmer D. I – (a), (e); II – (b), (d); III – (c), (f)

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48. Refer to the given figure of human removed. Then water is allowed to go into grit tank
digestive system and select the where speed of waste water is increased so that light
correct statements regarding parts objects settle at bottom. Then water enters sedimentation
labelled P, Q, R and S. tank where sludge sinks slowly at the bottom which is
(i) P and R secrete and pour continuously removed by skimmer. Water then enters
their digestive enzymes in aeration tank which contains anaerobic bacteria.
Q for digestion whereas Q Select the correct statement regarding this.
secretes HCl which kills A. Bar screen should be replaced by digester and
germs in food. liquid should be replaced by solid.
(ii) Digestion of both carbohydrates and proteins takes B. The positions of grit and aeration should be
place in Q whereas digestion of only fats takes interchanged.
C. Increased and light should not be replaced as they
place in S.
are correctly mentioned.
(iii) Q, R and S secrete digestive enzymes but P only
D. Skimmer should be replaced by scraper and
stores a digestive juice that emulsifies fats.
anaerobic should be replaced by aerobic.
(iv) S does not secrete any digestive enzyme but receives
digestive enzymes of P, Q and R for complete 50. Refer to the given food web and select the correct
digestion of food. option regarding it.
(v) If P is removed in a person then he cannot digest
fats present in his food.
(vi) Q secretes digestive enzymes and mucus whereas
R secretes digestive enzymes and hormones.
A. (ii), (iv) and (v) only B. (iii) and (vi) only
C . (iv), (v) and (vi) only D. (i), (iii) and (v) only
A. There are 8 food chains in the given food web.
49. Read the given paragraph where few words have been B. There are 4 primary consumers and 3 secondary
italicised. consumers in this food web.
Waste water treatment plant involves physical, chemical C. Owl and wolf serve as secondary as well as top
consumers in the given food web.
and biological processes. First the waste water is made
D. There are only two top consumers in the given
to pass through bar screen where liquid materials are
food web.

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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Class 7

Set A

Year 2017
LOGICAL REASONING

1. In a certain code language, 'CIRCULAR' is written between them in the word as there are in the English
as 'TCNWETKE'. How will 'COMPUTER' be written alphabet?
in the same language? A. One B. Two
A. THVVWRQF B. TGVWRPRF C. Three D. More than three
C. TGVVQOQE D. TGVWROQE 7. Find the missing figure in the given figure matrix.
2. There is a certain relationship between figures
(1) and (2). Establish a similar relationship between A.
figures (3) and (4) by selecting a suitable figure from
the options which will replace the (?) in figure (4). B.

?
C. ?
(1) (2) (3) (4)
D.
A. B.
8. In which of the following figures, Fig. (X) is exactly
embedded as one of its part?
C. D.

3. In a row of students, Rahul is 12th from the left end and


Shikha is 17th from the right end. If they interchange Fig. (X)
their positions, Shikha becomes 27th from the right
end. How many total students are there in the row? A. B.
A. 38 B. 36
C. 39 D. 41 C. D.
4. The sheet of paper shown in Fig. (X) is folded to
form a cube. Select the figure from the options that 9. Study the given Venn diagram carefully and answer
is similar to the cube formed by folding the given the following question.
sheet.
4 17
A. 25 Actors
22 3 8 Players
Doctors
30
B. How many doctors are players but not actors?
A. 3 B. 4
C. 8 D. 17

C. 10. Which of the following options satisfies the same


conditions of placement of dots as in Fig. (X)?

D.

Fig. (X)
5. If the digits '6' and '4', signs '+' and '×' are interchanged
on the left hand side of each option, then which of
the following options becomes correct? A. B.
A. 6 + 4 × 2 = 26 B. 4 + 6 × 2 = 12
C. 6 × 4 + 2 = 20 D. 4×2+6=8
6. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word C. D.
PURPOSEFUL each of which has as many letters

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SCIENCE

11. The distance-time graph of a motorcycle is shown in 15. In which diagram(s) is/are the correct poles of the
the figure. When was the motorcycle travelling at a electromagnet indicated?
speed of 2 m s–1? d (m) (N indicates North pole and S indicates south pole.)
1 2 3
A. 2.5 s 12
9 N S S N S N
B. 5.0 s 6
C. 8.0 s 3
Steel core Steel core Steel core
D. 10.5 s 0 3 6 9 12 t (s) A. 2 only B. 1 and 2 only
12. The melting and boiling points of four different C. 2 and 3 only D. 1, 2 and 3
substances are shown in the table. The room temperature 16. A particle moves on a circular path B
is 30°C. of radius R as shown in figure. The
Substance Melting point (°C) Boiling point (°C) distance travelled and displacement C R
A
O
P – 114 80 of the particle from point A to point
Q – 210 – 196 C respectively are D
R – 40 360 πR
A. , 2 R B. pR, 2R
S 330 1750 2
Which of the following statements are incorrect about πR πR
C. , D. pR, pR
the data given in the table? 2 2
(i) Substance P is in solid state at room temperature. 17. A circuit diagram is shown here. Which of the switches
(ii) Substance Q is in liquid state at room temperature. must be closed so that only bulb 2 lights up ?
(iii) Substance R is gas at –150°C and solid at –220°C. P
(iv) Substance S is in solid state at room temperature.
Q R
A. (i) and (ii) only B. (i), (ii) and (iii) only S

C. (iii) and (iv) only D. (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv) Dry
1 2 3 cell
13. Match column I with column II and select the correct
option. T
Column I Column II A. P, R and T only B. R and T only
P. Plane mirror (i) Used as a magnifying glass C. R, S and T only D. P, Q, R, S and T
Q. Concave mirror (ii) Can form image of objects
spread over a large area 18. When a light ray is reflected repeatedly by a set of
R. Convex mirror (iii) Used by dentists to see parallel plane mirrors, the intensity of the light ray
enlarged image of teeth decreases after some reflections. This is because of
S. Concave lens (iv) The image formed is erect A. Poor reflection from mirrors
and of the same size as the B. Absorption of some amount of light by mirrors
object C. Scattering of light by mirrors
T. Convex lens (v) Is known as diverging lens D. None of these.
A. P-(iv), Q-(ii), R-(i), S-(iii), T-(v)
19. On holding a stainless steel spoon near our face, we see
B. P-(ii), Q-(iii), R-(i), S-(v), T-(iv)
A. Our inverted image on outer side of the spoon
C. P-(iii), Q-(ii), R-(iv), S-(v), T-(i)
B. Our erect image on inner side of the spoon
D. P-(iv), Q-(iii), R-(ii), S-(v), T-(i)
C. Our inverted image on inner side of the spoon
14. Read the given statements and select the correct option. D. Both B and C are possible.
Statement 1 : The cyclone consists of a high pressure
20. F o u r l i g h t b u l b s a r e Opaque wall
region with low pressure all around. B3
concealed from an observer
Statement 2 : The winds tend to blow towards the
by an opaque wall as
low pressure region and circulate violently around B4
the centre of cyclone with great speed. shown. Without shifting
A. Both the statements 1 and 2 are true and the positions of the observer B1
B2

statement 2 is the correct explanation of statement 1. and the bulbs, how many
B. Both the statements 1 and 2 are true but statement 2 bulbs can the observer see Drawn to scale

is not the correct explanation of statement 1. from the mirror?


Plane mirror
C. Statement 1 is true but statement 2 is false. A. 1 B. 2
D. Statement 1 is false but statement 2 is true. C. 3 D. 4

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21. Which of the following statements is/are correct? ╩ 25. Observe the given figure carefully and select the
I. Acids are sour in taste and corrosive in nature. correct statements.
HCl
II. Fruits and vegetables contain inorganic acids. I. Heat is evolved in this
III. All bases are soluble in water. reaction. Burette
IV. Bases produce salts with all metals. II. The colour of the mixture NaOH
+
V. Milk of magnesia is an aqueous solution of in the conical flask is Phenolphthalein
magnesium carbonate. pink in the beginning.
A. II and IV only B. I only III. It represents a neutrali-
C. III and V only D. I, II, III, IV and V sation reaction.
IV. No new substance is formed in the reaction.
22. Study the given flow chart carefully.
A. I, II and III only B. II and III only
Changes
C. III and IV only D. I, II, III and IV
i ii iii iv 26. Somya took water in five different tumblers (I-V)
a. Forest a. Low and high a. Sublimation a. Bursting of and added different substances to each tumbler. She
fires tides of camphor crackers stirred the contents with spoon and then recorded her
b. Earth- b. Opening of a b. Blowing of b. Breaking of observations in the given table.
quakes morning glory balloon glass
flower S. Substance Observation Inference
Changes i, ii, iii and iv could be respectively No. added
I. Sand Disappear in water Soluble
A. Fast, non-periodic, reversible and chemical
II. Soap powder Disappear in water Insoluble
B. Undesirable, periodic, reversible and fast
C. Fast, chemical, irreversible and non-periodic III. Talcum powder Does not disappear Insoluble
D. Undesirable, reversible, chemical and irreversible. IV. Sawdust Disappear in water Soluble
V. Grounded wax Does not disappear Insoluble
23. A few changes are listed in the box :
The correct observations and inferences are
(i) Cutting of hair (ii) Mixing fruits and cornflakes
A. I, II and IV only B. III and V only
(iii) Adding baking soda to vinegar (iv) Spoiling
C. IV and V only D. None of these.
of food (v) Bending of a piece of metal on heating
(vi) Decomposition of old leaves (vii) Shredding 27. Study the given figure carefully.
of paper
Which of the following represents their correct
classification? Blue Green
Physical Physical Chemical coloured
solution
coloured
solution
(Irreversible) (Reversible) (Irreversible) Brown-red
A. (i), (vii) (ii), (v) (iii), (iv), (vi) X nails deposition

B. (ii), (v) (i), (vii) (iii), (iv), (vi) Which of the following reactions explains the above
C. (ii), (iii) (i), (iv) (v), (vi), (vii) change most appropriately?
D. (i), (vi) (v), (vii) (ii), (iii), (iv) A. ZnSO4 + Cu ­→ CuSO4 + Zn
B. CuSO4 + Fe → FeSO4 + Cu
24. Identify W, X, Y and Z in the given flow chart.
C. FeSO4 + Cu → CuSO4 + Fe
Mixtures
D. CuSO4 + Zn → ZnSO4 + Cu
Wheat flour Sugar in Sand in Oil in 28. Match column I with column II and select the correct
and husk water water water option from the given codes.
Separation Separation Separation Separation Column I Column II
technique technique technique technique
P. Used as a preservative (i) KNO3
W X Y Z Q. Used in medicines as well (ii) CuSO4.5H2O
W X Y Z as in fire extinguishers
A. Winnowing Filtration Sedimen- Evaporation R. Used as a fungicide and in (iii) NaCl
tation electroplating
B. Sedimen- Winnowing Filtration
Separating S. Used in fireworks (iv) NaHCO3
tation funnel
A. P – (iii), Q – (iv), R – (i), S – (ii)
C. Sieving Evaporation Filtration Separating
funnel B. P – (ii), Q – (iii), R – (i), S – (iv)
D. Handpicking Sedimen- Winnowing Evaporation C. P – (i), Q – (iv), R – (iii), S – (ii)
tation D. P – (iii), Q – (iv), R – (ii), S – (i)

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29. Refer to the given flow chart and select the option 33. Read the given paragraph.
that correctly identifies organisms P, Q, R and S. Pollination processes P, Q or R are requisite for
The organism shows heterotrophic accomplishment of sexual reproduction in plants. P
mode of nutrition. No does not require any external agent but Q and R do.
P
Yes P and Q help in producing purelines whereas R gives
The organism shows parasitic Yes rise to offspring showing variations among themselves.
mode of nutrition. Q
Identify processes P, Q and R and select the correct
No
The organism shows saprophytic Yes
option regarding these.
mode of nutrition. R A. Process P is possible in both unisexual and bisexual
No flowers.
S B. Sexual reproduction in papaya and cucurbit is
P Q R S accomplished through processes P and Q both.
A. Hydrilla Hydra Dionaea Amoeba C. In case of Maple and Dandelion, wind serves as
B. Hibiscus Taenia Bladderwort Croton an agent for completion of process R.
C. Elodea Cuscuta Rhizopus Gambusia D. Sunflower and Rafflesia produce bright showy
D. Ocimum Coleus Mistletoe Spirogyra flowers with nectar and odour to attract bats for
completion of process Q.
30. Aryan took two food samples X and Y in separate test
tubes. He added 2-3 drops of Benedict’s solution in food 34. Refer to the given flow chart and select the incorrect
sample X and heated it while he added two drops of option regarding organisms P, Q, R, S and T.
copper sulphate solution and few drops of caustic soda P
solution in food sample Y. He observed that sample X Yes
No
turned orange while sample Y turned violet. Endoskeleton is present. Muscular foot is present.
Which of the following is correct regarding X and Y? Yes No
No
A. X could be egg while Y could be boiled potato. R Body is streamlined. Liquid skeleton is present.
B. X could be ripened banana while Y could be milk. Yes Yes
C. X could be wheat while Y could be butter. No
T Hollow bones are present. Q
D. X could be milk while Y could be rice. Yes

31. Select the incorrect match. S

(i) Ammonotelism - Sponges, Hydra, Cartilaginous A. P may have a pair of tentacles which bear
fish, Leech, Crocodile simple eyes at the tip whereas body of Q may be
metamerically segmented.
(ii) Ureotelism - Frog, Toad, Bony fish, Turtle,
B. S could be a warm blooded stork whereas T could
Man, Land Snail
be a cold blooded arowana.
(iii) Uricotelism - Cockroach, Pigeon, Tortoise,
C. R may bear jointed appendages and undergoes
Lizard, Snake
moulting during its growth phase.
A. (i) and (ii) only B. (ii) and (iii) only D. T may respire through gills whereas S possesses
C. (iii) only D. (i), (ii) and (iii) lungs as its respiratory organs.
32. Refer to the given Venn diagram and select the 35. Refer to the given food chain operating in an ecosystem.
incorrect option regarding P, Q and R.
Producer P Q R
Obtained Natural Obtained A population of organism X is introduced in this
from a P fibre Q from a community which exclusively feeds on Q. Which of
plant mammal the following graphs correctly shows the changes in
R
populations of P and R over time?
Obtained
from Key :
an insect P R
P
A. P is a cellulosic fibre whereas Q and R are protein
Population

R
Population

R
fibres. A. B. P
B. P could be sisal, Q could be wool and R could be
cotton. Time Time
C. Q could be obtained from the same animal
P
repeatedly whereas R could be obtained from an
Population

Population

R R
animal only once in its lifetime. C. D.
D. Processing of fibres P, Q and R may involve retting, P
shearing and reeling steps, respectively. Time
Time

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36. The given graph shows the A. P has thick layer of subcutaneous fat for effective
effect of pH on the activity Q R S insulation against cold.
of four different enzymes (P, B. P is cold blooded whereas Q is warm blooded.

Activity
Q, R and S). Which of the C. P is penguin which is adapted to live in extremely
P
following correctly identifies cold regions whereas Q could be Siberian crane
enzyme found in the stomach, which escapes harsh winters by migrating to
small intestine and one not 0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1011 warmer lands.
affected by pH? pH D. Both P and Q may have webbed feet but P is
Stomach Small intestine Unaffected by pH adapted to swimming whereas Q may swim and
A. R S Q fly both.
B. S P R
40. If a person is unable to breathe on his own due to
C. P R Q
some medical illness, an iron lung may be employed to
D. Q S P take over the role of the diaphragm and the intercostal
37. Manya wanted to find out if plants absorb water through muscles. The person is placed in a cylindrical chamber
their roots, so she decided to conduct an experiment. called iron lung while his head remains outside the
Which of the following two set-ups should she choose cylinder. An airtight seal is placed around his neck.
Changes in the air pressure within the iron lung allow
to conduct a fair test?
the flow of air into and out of his lungs.
Which of the following statements about the iron lung
is correct?
A. Breathing with an iron lung is still possible if the
patient's trachea is completely blocked.
B. During exhalation, the iron lung causes the patient's
lungs to expand.
C. During inhalation, the pressure in the patient's
lungs is increased.
D. Inhalation and exhalation is possible even if the
patient's lung is punctured.
41. Which of the following is the most effective way
to measure the effect of different carbon dioxide
concentrations on the rate of photosynthesis?
A. Placing same amount of dry ice in similar bell jars
kept in sunlight containing different plants.
B. Using different concentrations of sodium hydrogen
A. P and Q B. Q and S carbonate solution with same type of immersed
C. Q and R D. None of these water plants in similar bell jars placed in sunlight.
38. To prepare a blood smear slide a student placed a C. Varying light intensity given to different well watered
drop of blood on a glass slide and added a drop of plants placed in similar bell jars kept in sunlight.
distilled water to dilute the blood. He then added D. Varying amount of air provided to different well
stain (a coloured chemical used to see the cells) to watered plants placed in similar bell jars kept in
it before placing the coverslip over it. When viewed, sunlight.
under the microscope he could not see the blood cells.
42. Saurashtra, a land with history of severe water scarcity,
Which of the following best explains this?
hostile climate and rocky land is now self sufficient
A. The blood cells had burst.
in water availability due to the efforts of _____ who
B. The blood had dried before the water was added.
taught the local people the importance of rainwater
C. The drop of water diluted the blood too much and
harvesting.
cells dispersed too far away from each other.
D. The water caused the cells to shrink. A. Rajendra Singh B. Shamjibhai J.Antala
C. Amla Ruia D. Aabid Surti
39. Refer to the given Venn diagram and select the incorrect
option regarding P and Q. 43. Refer to the given dichotomous key.
I. (a)  Food is obtained from plants. - Go to II
(b)  Food is obtained from animals. - Go to III
Wings shaped Streamlined Pneumatic
Q II. (a)  Food is obtained from roots of plants. – P
like flippers P body bones
(b)  Food is obtained from seeds of plants. – Q

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III. (a)  Food is categorised as energy giving food. – R A. Soil Y shows highest water Y
retention and is best suited

Percolation rate
(b)  Food is categorised as body building food. – S Z
for making the bottom of

(mL/min)
Now select the correct option regarding food P, Q, X
an artificial pond.
R and S.
B. Soil Y is present in marshes
A. P could be fenugreek whereas Q could be corn or whereas soil Z is abundantly
maize. found at sea shores. Soil samples
B. R could be egg whereas S could be honey. C. Soil Y is well drained whereas soil X is not, hence
C. R could be obtained from a flying insect whereas is often water logged.
S could be obtained from both oviparous and D. Soil X is well aerated hence ideal for growth
viviparous animals. of plant roots whereas plants growing in soil Z
D. P could be turmeric or ginger whereas Q could possess aerial roots or pneumatophores as it is
be rice or lentils. water logged.

44. Rahul took equal amount of three types of soil X, 45. Study the given relationship.
Y and Z in different vessels, each with pores at the Fruit peel :: Used syringe :: Plastic tiffin
bottom. He then poured equal amount of water over Select the option that satisfies the same relationship.
each sample one by one and tabulated the percolation A. Chapati :: Used urine bag :: Glass bottles
rate of these three samples as represented by the given B. Newspaper :: Blood sample :: Cooked beans
graph. C. Spectacles :: Rotten vegetable :: Mirror
Select the correct option regarding this. D. Metal keys :: Newspaper :: Animal excreta

ACHIEVERS SECTION

46. Refer to the given graph and identify habitats P, Q,


X
R and S. W r r r
Y Z
Temperature (°C)

50 S
P
25
I II
A. Y and Z only B. W, X and Y only
0 Q Habitat C. W and X only D. W, X, Y and Z
–25 R
48. A few solutions were tested with different indicators
and results were noted down in the given table.
Now, select the option that correctly matches the
habitat with the type of adaptation shown by organisms S. Solution Colour with Colour with
inhabiting them. No. China rose methyl orange
P Q R S
indicator indicator
1. V Dark pink Red
A. Camouflage Excretion of Leaves with Thick fur
concentrated extensive 2. W Dark pink Red
urine lamina 3. X Light pink Orange
B. Startling Thick fur Subcutane- Leaves 4. Y Green Yellow
colouration ous fat modified 5. Z Light pink Orange
into spines
C. Mimicry Leaves Aestivation Roots Study the given table carefully and fill in the blanks
modified into reduced or by choosing an appropriate option.
spines absent Solution(s) (i) will have no effect on blue litmus
D. Pneumato- Stem stores Startling Blubber
phores water and colouration
paper while solution(s) (ii) will turn blue litmus
mucilage red. Phenolphthalein remains colourless in solution(s)
(iii) while it changes to pink colour in solution(s) (iv) .
47. In the arrangements I and II shown in figure, four pins (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
W, X, Y and Z are fixed to a metal loop and metal rod
A. X,Y V W,Z Z
with the help of wax. Loop and rod are made of same
B. X, Y, Z V, W V, W, X, Z Y
material and equal thickness. Which set of pins will
C. V, W, X, Z V, W Y X, Y, Z
fall simultaneously? (r is the radius of the loop.)
D. X,Y, Z V, W V, W Y, Z

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Direction (Q. No. 49 and 50): Read the given passage B. Y is the respiratory organ in tadpole larva and sea
having some variables and few italicised words. horse.
Different respiratory organs are present in different organisms. C. Z is absent in all hydrophytes but is abundantly
X is the main respiratory organ in humans. Respiratory present on the upper leaf surface of all xerophytes.
system of cockroach consists of small openings on the D. When pressure inside X drops, inspiration
sides of its body called tracheoles which are connected occurs and when pressure inside X starts
to the tubes called tracheae that are further branched into increasing the air contained in it is pushed out
spiracles. Scoliodon respires through Y which is richly causing expiration.
supplied with blood vessels. Z is the main site of gaseous
50. Select the correct option regarding the words italicised
exchange in plants. Each Z is guarded by two kidney shaped
in the given passage.
subsidiary cells which are further flanked by specialised
epidermal cells called guard cells. A. The positions of spiracles and tracheoles should
be interchanged.
49. Identify X, Y and Z in the given passage and select
B. The position of tracheoles and tracheae should
the incorrect option regarding them.
be interchanged.
A. Whales and dolphins also have X as their respiratory C. Subsidiary should not be replaced as it is correctly
organ where alveoli is the main site of gaseous mentioned.
exchange. D. Guard should be replaced by lenticel.

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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Class 7

Set B

Year 2017
LOGICAL REASONING

1. Select a figure from the options which will continue A. 173 B. 153
the same series as established by the Problem Figures. C. 182 D. 142
Problem Figures
7. Group the given figures into three classes on the basis
of their identical properties using each figure only
once.

A. B.

C. D.

2. Arrange the given words in a meaningful sequence


and select the correct option. A. 1, 6, 9; 3, 4, 7; 2, 5, 8
1. Probation 2. Interview B. 3, 1, 6; 4, 5, 7; 2, 8, 9
3. Advertisement 4. Selection C. 1, 6, 9; 3, 5, 8; 2, 4, 7
5. Application D. 1, 4, 9; 3, 5, 7; 2, 6, 8
A. 3, 5, 2, 1, 4 B. 3, 5, 2, 4, 1
C. 3, 5, 4, 2, 1 D. 3, 2, 5, 4, 1 8. Riya walks 15 m towards West. She turned left and
walks 20 m. She then turned left and walked 15 m.
3. Count the number of triangles in the given figure. After this she turned to her right and walks 12 m.
How far and in which direction is she now from the
A. 36 starting point?
B. 38
A. 32 m, South B. 47 m, East
C. 34
C. 42 m, North D. 42 m, South
D. None of these
9. The given question consists of a set of three figures X,
4. If P is brother of Q, Q is sister of S and S is father Y and Z showing a sequence of folding of a piece of
of R, then how is R related to P? paper. Fig. (Z) shows the manner in which the folded
A. Brother B. Nephew paper has been cut. Select a figure from the options
C. Son which would most closely resemble the unfolded form
D. Cannot be determined of Fig. (Z).

5. Select the correct water image of Fig. (X).

? X Y Z
SPM
Fig. (X)
SPM SPM A. B.
? ?
A. B.

C. D.
C. ? D.
?
SPM
MPS
10. If the first and third digits in each of the following
6. Find the missing number, if a certain rule is followed numbers are interchanged and then the numbers are
either row-wise or column-wise. arranged in descending order. What will be the middle
72 ? 225 digit of the middle number?
4 3 1 613 432 573 485 907
2 1 2 A. 8 B. 1
0 5 6 C. 3 D. 7

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SCIENCE

11. The given diagram shows five bulbs connected to two D


dry cells. When one of the bulbs is faulty, the other
four bulbs remain lighted. Which bulb is faulty?
A. 1 only P
B. 3 only 120°
20° C
C. 2 or 4 only A B
D. 2 or 4 or 5 only What is the angle of reflection at mirror CD?
A. 50° B. 40°
12. Which of the following statements are correct? C. 30° D. 90°
(i) Increased wind speed results in reduced air pressure.
(ii) Wind current occurs due to the uneven heating of 17. A current-carrying wire
the earth by the sun. is coiled around an iron
(iii) In thunderstorm it is safe to lie on the ground. horseshoe as shown in
the figure. What are the
(iv) High pressure prevailing at the centre of the cyclone
polarities at X and Y?
is called the eye.
At X   At Y X Y
A. (i) and (ii) only B. (ii) and (iii) only A. North pole North pole
C. (i) and (iv) only D. (ii), (iii) and (iv) only B. South pole South pole
C. North pole South pole
13. Which of the following statements are correct about
D. South pole North pole
pots?
(i) Black pots are used for cooking because they 18. A train leaves a station X at 5:00 pm and reaches
increase the rate of cooking. another station Y at midnight. Its speed is 90 km h–1.
(ii) Silver pots are used for keeping food warm because What is the distance between stations X and Y?
they decrease the rate of heat dissipation.
A. 480 km B. 630 km
(iii) Pots are made of clay to increase the rate of cooking.
C. 800 km D. 830 km
A. (i) and (ii) only B. (i) and (iii) only
C. (ii) and (iii) only D. (i), (ii) and (iii) 19. Read the given statements and select the correct option.
Statement 1 : If you hold a paper strip of 20 cm width
14. Anu shone a torchlight
between the forefinger and thumb and blow air over
at a bunch of grapes as
its top, then the far end of the paper strip begins to
shown here. What can
lift upwards.
Anu do to enlarge the Torchlight
shadow of the bunch of Statement 2 : Pressure reduces when air moves with
grapes on the screen? Screen high speed.
(i) Shift the grapes nearer to the torchlight. A. Both statement 1 and statement 2 are true
(ii) Shift the screen away from the grapes. and statement 2 is the correct explanation of
(iii) Shift the screen closer to the grapes. statement 1.
(iv) Shift the torchlight further away from the grapes. B. Both statement 1 and statement 2 are true but
A. (i) and (iii) only B. (i) and (ii) only statement 2 is not the correct explanation of
statement 1.
C. (iii) and (iv) only D. (ii) and (iv) only
C. Statement 1 is true but statement 2 is false.
15. Raju used a magnet to attract an iron nail. Then he D. Statement 1 is false but statement 2 is true.
observed that more nails could be attracted in a manner
as shown here. N represents north pole of magnet. 20. A ray of light travels from air to water as shown in
figure. What are ray AB and ray AC?
Which of the following N
statements about the iron P
Q
nails is correct? R
S T
A. P and S are the north poles. U
B. Q will repel T.
C. S and U will attract each other.
D. R and T are like poles. Ray AB   Ray AC
A. Reflected ray Refracted ray
16. Figure shows a ray of light P striking a mirror AB. B. Reflected ray Reflected ray
The mirror AB and the mirror CD makes an angle C. Refracted ray Reflected ray
of 120° with each other. D. Refracted ray Refracted ray

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21. Shruti tested the nature of a few common substances Which of the following represents the properties
with the help of some indicators. Indicators used and best suitable to distinguish between the substances
changes she observed are as follows : of each pair?
I II III IV
A. Conductivity Elasticity Shape Physical
state
B. Transparency Magnetic Relative Solubility
nature density in water
C. Brittleness Colour Miscibility Taste
D. Transparency Conductivity Elasticity Solubility
Substances present in test tubes I, II, III and IV are in water
respectively
25. Ms Rakhi, a science teacher listed some keywords
A. Salt solution, curd, lemon juice and vinegar on the blackboard as :
B. Orange juice, window cleaner, sugar solution and
lime water (i) Freezing  (ii) Evaporation (iii) Melting
C. Vinegar, soda water, soap solution and lemon juice (iv) Sublimation (v) Condensation (vi) Vaporisation
D. Lemon juice, lime water, window cleaner and soap She asked students to match the keywords with the
solution. common changes which are listed as :
P : When we put a lid on a vessel containing hot
22. Match column I with column II and select the correct milk, the inside of the lid gets wet.
option from the given codes. Q : When we breathe onto a cold mirror it turns foggy.
Column I Column II R : When we spread hard butter on a warm toast, it
P. D i ff e r e n c e i n s i z e o f (i) Winnowing becomes soft.
components of a mixture S : Solid piece of an air freshener kept on the
Q. Difference in the weight of (ii) Handpicking bathroom shelf disappears in a few days.
components of a mixture T : When we put ice cubes in water, they disappear
R. Difference in size, shape (iii) Sieving after some time.
and colour of components of U : Milk left in the freezer becomes ice cream.
a mixture The correct match is
S. If solid particles in a (iv) Centrifugation A. P - (ii); Q - (vi); R, S - (iii); T, U - (i)
liquid are very small and can B. P, Q - (ii); R - (iii); S - (iv); T, U - (i)
pass through a filter paper C. P, Q - (v); R, T - (iii); S - (iv); U - (i)
A. P - (i), Q - (ii), R - (iv), S - (iii) D. P - (i); Q, R - (v) ; S, T - (iii); U - (iv)
B. P - (iv), Q - (iii), R - (ii), S - (i)
Beaker
C. P - (ii), Q - (iv), R - (i), S - (iii) 26. Observe the given figure
D. P - (iii), Q - (i), R - (ii), S - (iv) carefully and choose the
Conc. H2SO4
incorrect statement(s).
23. Observe the given change carefully and identify I. Large volume of acid
W, X, Y and Z. should be added to a
Glass rod

small volume of water


slowly. Water
II. The figure represents the process of concentrating
dilute H2SO4.
III. The process involves release of a large amount
of heat.
W X Y Z IV. Water should not be stirred.
A. CuSO4.5H2O Physical CuSO4 H2 O
A. I and IV only B. II and III only
change vapours
B. MgSO4.7H2O Physical MgSO4 H2 O C. I, II and IV only D. II only
change vapours 27. Ria, a class 7 student classified a few changes as
C. FeSO4.7H2 O Chemical FeSO4 H2 O shown in the table :
change droplets
D. CuSO4.5H2O Chemical CuSO4 H2 O S. No. Periodic change Non-periodic change
change droplets I. Occurrence of new moon Volcanic eruption
24. Consider the following pairs of substances : II. Growth of plants Heartbeat
I : Glass plate and steel plate III. Occurrence of a rainbow Low and high tides
II : Iron nail and wooden rod IV. Sunrise and sunset Falling of trees
III : Glass marble and flower petals V. Opening of Morning Earthquake
IV : Chalk powder and sugar glory flower

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The changes classified correctly are 31. Refer to the given Venn diagram and select the correct
A. I, IV and V only B. I, II and IV only option regarding X and Y.
C. I and V only D. I, II, III, IV and V
Leaves Leaves
28. Study the given Venn diagram and identify points have It is have
X Y
1, 2 and 3. reticulate a herb. parallel
venation. venation.
Physical Chemical

change X Y
change 3
1 •2 A. Aloe Mint
B. Coriander Maize
Irreversible
change C. Basil Mustard
    1 2 3 D. Palm Bamboo
A. Melting Boiling Burning
of ice of rice of a candle 32. R e f e r t o t h e g i v e n
B. Burning Rusting Cutting of figure showing different
of paper of iron fruits temperature zones of the
C. Breaking Baking Burning of Earth and select the correct
of a glass a cake LPG in kitchen statement.
D. Tearing Evaporation Making A. Labelled parts P and
of paper of water lemonade U are the torrid zones.
B. Labelled parts Q and T are temperate zones.
29. Radhika classified plants into three groups of three
C. Labelled parts R and S are frigid zones.
members each. By mistake, she placed one incorrect
member in each group. Identify this odd member and D. None of these
select the correct option. 33. Refer to the given dichotomous key and select the
Group I : Nepenthes, Rafflesia, Drosera correct option regarding P, Q, R and S.
Group II : Cuscuta, Hydnora, Utricularia
Group III : Hibiscus, Petunia, Dionaea I. (a) It is a vitamin deficiency disease. – Go to II
(b) It is a mineral deficiency disease. – Go to III
A. Drosera in group I should be interchanged with
Hydnora in group II. II. (a) It is characterised by bleeding gums and aching
joints. – P
B. Utricularia in group II should be interchanged
with Petunia in group III. (b) It is characterised by red rashes, scaly lesions
C. Rafflesia in group I should be interchanged with on skin, diarrhoea, dementia, etc. – Q
Hibiscus in group III. III. (a) It affects haemoglobin formation in blood. – R
D. Utricularia in group II should be interchanged with (b) It affects many metabolic processes of the body
Rafflesia in group I whereas Dionaea in group III and is often characterised by prominent swelling
should be replaced with Ocimum. in neck region. – S
A. P is caused by vitamin C deficiency whereas Q is
30. The given graph shows how the rate of breathing of caused by vitamin E deficiency.
a person changes under different conditions. At the
B. P is scurvy, Q is pellagra, R is anaemia and S is
beginning of each experiment, the person is breathing
goitre.
in atmospheric air.
91% O2 + 9% CO2 C. Person suffering from R should take iodised salt
and more of citrus fruits.
Breaths 21% O2 + 0.03% CO2 D. Diseases P and Q occur in children only whereas
per (Atmospheric air) diseases R and S occur only in adults.
minute 100% O2 34. Refer to the given pie
diagram representing
Time composition of soil.
What conclusion may be derived from the graph?
Select the correct option
A. High level of oxygen in the air causes breathing regarding constituents
rate to drop, regardless of carbon dioxide level.
X and Y.
B. Increase in carbon dioxide level in air causes
A. X is formed by weathering of parent rock.
breathing rate to increase upto a limit.
C. Breathing rate is controlled only by oxygen B. Y contains nutrients required by the plants for their
content of air and is independent of carbon dioxide proper growth.
concentration. C. X is composed of gravel, sand, silt or clay.
D. None of these D. All of these

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35. Small population of three 38. The given graph shows rate of water movement
organisms P, Q and R through trunk and branches of a tree during a day.
were reared in captivity
for sometime. The given

movement (mm/s)
graph shows changes in

Rate of water
their populations over Branches
time.
Study the graph and select the correct statements
regarding organisms P, Q and R. Trunk

(i) Q could be a heterotroph whereas P and R could 06.00 08.00 10.00 12.00 14.00 16.00 18.00 20.00 22.00
be autotrophs. Time of day
(ii) Q is a herbivore that feeds exclusively on P. Which of the following can be inferred from the graph?
(iii) If population of R is removed from this community, A. More water passes through the trunk than the
then population of P will decrease whereas that branches.
of Q will increase. B. The greatest increase in the rate of water movement
(iv) P is a carnivore, Q is a herbivore whereas R is an first occurs in branches.
omnivore that feeds on both P and Q. C. The increase in the rate of water movement first
(v) R is the predator of P which in turn is the predator begins in the trunk.
of Q. D. None of these
A. (ii) and (v) only B. (i), (iii) and (iv) only
39. Which of the following is not an adaptation?
C. (i) and (ii) only D. (iii), (iv) and (v) only
A. Some aquatic animals possess gills for breathing
36. The given figure shows and have streamlined bodies.
the cross sections of B. Forelimbs of birds are modified into wings and
two blood vessels they have hollow air filled bones.
X and Y found in C. People living in plains suffer from altitude sickness
humans. when they visit mountainous regions but soon
X Y
Identify them and select the incorrect option regarding recover and adjust to the changes.
them. D. Animals inhabiting polar regions have thick furs
A. X always carries oxygen rich blood away from and thick layers of subcutaneous fat.
the heart whereas Y always carries carbon dioxide
rich blood towards the heart. 40. Mr Khanna had a pond in his garden, filled with
all kinds of aquatic plants. He wanted to prevent
B. Y is provided with valves to prevent the back
mosquitoes from breeding in the pond without harming
flow of blood whereas valves are absent in X.
the plants in any way. He could __________.
C. X is usually deep seated whereas Y is superficially
placed. (i) Add salt into the water
D. Pressure of blood is much higher in X as compared (ii) Add some goldfish into the pond
to Y. (iii) Spray a film of oil on the surface of the pond
A. (i) only B. (ii) only
37. Refer to the given flow Animal possesses C. (iii) only D. (i), (ii) and (iii)
Yes
chart and select the incorrect P
endoskeleton
option regarding P, Q, R No 41. The given graph shows
and S. 7.5
Possesses chitinous Yes changes in pH of water in
A. P may have mammary Q an undisturbed freshwater
7
pH

exoskeleton
6.5
glands and may respire No lake on a summer day. 6
through lungs whereas Has exoskeleton
Yes
R What is the probable cause
Q may have jointed of shell X Y Time
of the rise in pH of water
appendages and No
between time period X and Y?
may respire through S
tracheae. A. Decreased level of mineral nutrients in water.
B. Q could be a fish with 2 chambered heart or a B. Decreased level of carbon dioxide in water due to
reptile with 3 chambered heart. photosynthesis performed by water plants.
C. R may have unsegmented body with distinct head, C. Increased level of carbon dioxide in water due
muscular foot and visceral hump. to respiration performed by water plants and
D. S could be a detritivore which respires through its animals.
moist skin and is often called as farmer's friend. D. None of these

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42. Refer to the given pie chart 44. Complete the given paragraph by selecting the correct
representing the composition option.
of air.
Jute is a rainy season crop and grows best in (i)
Which of the following is the climate. It grows well in (ii) soil receiving silt
incorrect statement regarding it?
from annual floods, as in the Sunderban delta in (iii)
A. X is an important component of fertilisers and
proteins present in our body. and (iv) .
B. Y is necessary for humans to get energy from food. A. (i)-Warm and humid, (ii)-Alluvial,
C. During the process of burning X is used up and (iii)-India, (iv)-Bangladesh
Z is given out. B. (i)-Cold and dry, (ii)-Black,
D. Both B and C
(iii)-India, (iv)-Bangladesh
43. Refer to the given diagram of C. (i)-Warm and humid, (ii)-Sandy,
human digestive system and select
(iii)-India, (iv)-Nepal
the correct option regarding its
labelled parts P, Q, R, S and T. D. (i)-Cold and dry, (ii)-Alluvial,
A. R secretes digestive enzymes (iii)-Bangladesh, (iv)-Nepal
viz. amylase, lipase, pepsin,
trypsin, etc. 45. Read the following statements and select the incorrect
B. P secretes bile juice whereas one.
T secretes hydrochloric acid.
A. Platelets are smaller in size than both RBCs and
C. S is longer in herbivores as compared to carnivores WBCs.
to aid the digestion of cellulose rich food.
B. Platelet count decreases during certain infections.
D. Q is the largest digestive gland which secretes
different enzymes for digestion of fats, proteins C. Platelets prevent blood loss in case of any injury.
and carbohydrates. D. None of these

ACHIEVERS SECTION

46. Which of the following cannot be speed-time (v – t) (i) (ii)(iii) (iv) (v)
graph(s)? A. Vinegar RedSpinach Yellow Sugar
juice solution
B. Sugar Yellow Salt Pink Lime
solution solution water
C. Common Green Tomato Magenta Caustic
(i) (ii) (iii) salt juice soda
D. Lime Green Salt Yellow Aerated
juice solution drink
48. Refer to the given paragraph where few words have
been italicised.
Wool is obtained from fleece of certain animals.
(iv) (v) Angora wool is obtained from Angora goat. It is much
A. (ii) and (iv) only B. (iii) and (v) only warmer and softer than other wools. Mohair wool is
obtained from Angora rabbit. Cashmere is obtained
C. (iv) only D. (i) only
from yak and is common in Kashmir. Llama, Alpaca
and Vicuna are members of camel family that yield
47. Fill in the blanks in the given table by choosing an
extremely fine and expensive wool.
appropriate option.
Select the correct option regarding this.
Indicators A. Softer should be replaced with harder whereas
Solution Methyl Phenolphthalein China Vicuna should be replaced with Lohi.
orange rose B. The positions of goat and rabbit should be
interchanged.
(i) Orange Colourless Pink
C. Yak should not be replaced as it is correctly
Lime water Yellow Pink ( ii ) mentioned whereas Kashmir should be replaced
( iii ) Red Colourless ( iv ) with Kota.
(v) Yellow Pink Green D. Camel should be replaced with sheep whereas Llama
should not be replaced as it is correctly mentioned.

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49. Refer to the given dichotomous key and select the 50. Refer to the given Snakes Sparrowhawks
correct option regarding P, Q, R and S. food web operating
in a community. Sparrows Caterpillars
I. (a) Plant shows natural vegetative propagation.
Large amount of Mice
– Go to II insecticides was Flies
(b) Plant reproduces through asexual spores. sprayed in this
– Go to III community. Which Plants
II. (a) Plant propagates through stem. – P of the following graphs correctly depicts the changes
in numbers of mice, caterpillars and sparrowhawks
(b) Plant propagates through leaves. – Q
over time?
III. (a) Leaves of plants called fronds contain spores.
– R
(b) Short plants that grow only in moist habitats
and bear spores in spore case or capsule. – S
A. P could be Chrysanthemum or strawberry whereas
A. B.
R could be mushroom or mould.
B. Q could be Bryophyllum or Begonia whereas
S could be fern or moss.
C. P and Q may produce flowers and seeds whereas C. D.
both these structures are absent in R and S.
D. P could be garlic that propagates through bulbs
or turmeric that propagates through tuber whereas
Q could be Petunia or Begonia.

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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Class 7

Set A

Year 2018
LOGICAL REASONING

1. Find the missing number, if a certain rule is followed 6. Select the correct water image of the given figure.
either row-wise or column-wise. K
E
Y
5 12 4 8
K Y
9 15 3 12 A. E
Y B.
E
K
8 20 4 ? Y K
E E
A. 16 B. 14 C. K D. Y

C. 12 D. 15
7.
If in a certain code language, ‘546’ is written as ‘you
2. Count the number of squares in the given figure. are best’, ‘538’ is written as ‘you can do’ and ‘692’ is
written as ‘all are good’, then which digit is written
as ‘best’?
A. 5 B. 4
C. 6 D. Can’t be determined
A. 25 B. 26 8. Select a figure from the options which satisfies the
C. 20 D. None of these same condition of placement of the dots as in the
given figure.
3. Select a figure from the options in which the given
figure is exactly embedded as one of its parts.

A. B.
A. B.

C. D. C. D.

4.
Sumit is fourteenth from the right end in a row of
9.
If ‘K’ denotes ‘×’, ‘B’ denotes ‘÷’, ‘T’ denotes ‘–’
35 boys. If first two boys from the left end leave the and ‘M’ denotes ‘+’, then 40 B 8 T 6 M 3 K 4 = ?
row, then what is Sumit’s position from the left end?
A. 19 B. 11
A. 20th B. 19th C. –31 D. 23
C. 21 st
D. 18th
10. Two positions of a dice are shown below. When
5. Which of the following Venn diagrams best represents number 5 is at the bottom, then which number will
the relationship amongst, “Stationery, Pen, Scale”? be on the top?
2 1
A. B.
1 5
6 6

C. D. A. 2 B. 3
C. 4 D. Can’t be determined

SCIENCE

11. A speed-time (v-t) graph of an object is shown in the Which of the following best describes the graph?
figure. –1 A. The object drops through vacuum.
v(m s )
B. The object drops through air.
C. The object is being thrown downwards through
vacuum.
D. The object is being thrown downwards through
t(s) air.

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12. An object O is placed in front of a plane mirror MN 17. Match column I with column II and select the correct
as shown in the diagram. A student moves her eye option from the given codes.
along the line XY to observe the image of O. Identify Column I Column II
the point(s) on the line XY where the image of O can P. Shadow of the moon (i) Reflection
be seen. falling on the earth
M N Q. Pinhole camera (ii) Solar eclipse
R. Full moon day (iii) Inverted image
O S. Bouncing back of light (iv) Lunar eclipse
A. P - (i), Q - (ii), R - (iii), S - (iv)
X Y
I II III IV B. P - (ii), Q - (iii), R - (iv), S - (i)
A. I, II and III only B. I, III and IV only C. P - (iv), Q - (iii), R - (ii), S - (i)
C. II and III only D. IV only D. P - (i), Q - (iii), R - (ii), S - (iv)

13. A train leaves a station X at 5:00 pm and reaches 18. Read the given statements and select the correct option.
another station Y at midnight. Its speed is 90 km h–1. Statement 1 : Circular motion is the motion along
What is the distance between X and Y? a curve traced out by a moving object such that its
A. 480 km B. 630 km distance from a fixed point is constant.
C. 800 km D. 830 km Statement 2 : The motion of a wheel of a moving
bicycle is same as the motion of a mark on the blades
14. Aparna heated a bi-metallic strip made of two different
of a moving electric fan.
types of metals for some time.
X Y A. Both statements 1 and 2 are true and statement 2
X is the correct explanation of statement 1.
Clamps
B. Both statements 1 and 2 are true but statement 2
Metallic is not the correct explanation of statement 1.
strip After heating C. Statement 1 is true but statement 2 is false.
Y
D. Statement 1 is false but statement 2 is true.

19. Five lamps L1, L2 , L3, L 4 and L5 and three different


types of materials M1, M 2 and M3 are used in the
circuit shown.
After heating it, she observed that the metallic strip M2 L5
curved as shown in the figure. Which of the following
would best explain the conclusion derived by Aparna L1
about the experiment she had done? L2
A. Metal X is a better conductor of heat than metal Y.
B. Metal X is a poorer conductor of heat than metal Y. M1
L3 L4 M3
C. Metal X is of better quality than metal Y.
D. Metal X is more flexible than metal Y.
If L2 , L3 and L 4 are the only lamps that light up, then
15. A car travels 40 km at an average speed of 80 km/h which one of the following conclusions can be made?
and then travels 40 km at an average speed of 40 km/h. A. Only M2 and M3 are insulators of electricity.
The average speed of the car for this 80 km trip is B. Only M1 and M3 are insulators of electricity.
A. 40 km/h B. 45 km/h C. Only M1 and M2 are conductors of electricity.
C. 48 km/h D. 53 km/h D. Only M1 and M3 are conductors of electricity.
16. A student used the stroking method to magnetise a 20. Following are the precautions one must take in case
steel bar as shown in the figure. a storm is accompanied by lightning.
Magnet (i) Do not take shelter under a tree.
(ii) Do not take shelter under an umbrella with a
metallic end.
N
(iii) Do not take shelter in open garages, storage sheds,
Steel bar etc.
I II III IV
(iv) Do not take shelter in a bus in the open field.
If the steel bar was divided into parts I, II, III and
IV, which of these parts would be the north-pole? Which one of these is not correct?
A. (i) B. (ii)
A. I B. II
C. (iii) D. (iv)
C. III D. IV

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21. A class 7 science teacher arranged the following set II. Centrifugation is used in laboratories for separating
of test tubes. plasma and platelets from blood.
10 mL 10 mL III. A solution in which some more solute can be
Potassium
hydroxide
Sulphuric acid
+ 5 mL
dissolved at fixed temperature is called a saturated
+ 5 mL Window solution.
Orange cleaner IV. Winnowing is used to separate husk and hay from
juice
(1) (2) grains.
15 mL 1 teaspoon A. II only B. II and IV only
Sodium Curd C. IV only D. I and III only
hydroxide + 10 mL
+ 10 mL Tamarind
Vinegar juice 26. Match column I with column II and select the correct
option from the given codes.
(3) (4)
Column I Column II
Which of the following observations is correct when
(Salts) (Uses)
these solutions were tested with different indicators?
P. Baking soda (i) In making fire-works
A. In test tubes 1 and 3, turmeric solution remains
Q. Nitre (ii) As a fungicide
yellow.
R. Blue vitriol (iii) In purification of water
B. In test tubes 2 and 4, China rose indicator turns
magenta. S. Phitkari (iv) In fire extinguishers
C. Methyl orange turns red in test tubes 1 and 3. A. P-(iii), Q-(ii), R-(iv), S-(i)
D. Phenolphthalein turns pink in test tubes 2 and 4. B. P-(iv), Q-(iii), R-(i), S-(ii)
C. P-(iv), Q-(i), R-(ii), S-(iii)
22. Which of the following changes (i - vi) from the given D. P-(ii), Q-(i), R-(iv), S-(iii)
list cannot be reversed?
27. A few changes are given below :
(i) Breaking of an earthen pitcher a. Making almirah from wood
(ii) Freezing of ice-cream b. Galvanisation of an iron pot
(iii) Falling of trees during storm c. Making an aeroplane from a paper
(iv) Filling of bucket with water d. Formation of acid rain from air pollutants
(v) Rusting of a bicycle e. Photosynthesis
(vi) Digestion of food f. Breaking of vase
A. (i), (iii), (v) and (vi) only
Classify these changes into :
B. (i), (iii) and (vi) only
I. Irreversible-physical change
C. (ii) and (iv) only
II. Chemical change
D. (v) and (vi) only
III. Reversible-physical change
23. Which of the following statements is incorrect? A. I - a, f II - b, d, e III - c
A. Carbon dioxide turns lime water milky. B. I - a, b, e II - d, f III - c
B. Breaking down of ozone is a chemical change. C. I - a II - b, d III - c, e, f
C. Production of biogas from animal waste is a D. I - f II - c, e III - a, b, d
physical change.
28. Namita was given four liquids, 1, 2, 3 and 4. These
D. For rusting, the presence of both oxygen and water liquids were added to four beakers filled with water
is essential.
separately and stirred. She recorded her observations
24. Read the given statements and select the correct option. as follows :
Statement 1 : A salt is produced when an acid is Liquid 1 + water → Immiscible liquids
neutralised by a base. Liquid 2 + water → Miscible liquids
Statement 2 : A salt can be acidic, basic or neutral. Liquid 3 + water → Immiscible liquids
A. Both statements 1 and 2 are true and statement 2 Liquid 4 + water → Miscible liquids
is the correct explanation of statement 1. What could liquids 1, 2, 3 and 4 respectively be?
B. Both statements 1 and 2 are true but statement 2 1 2 3 4
is not the correct explanation of statement 1. A. Glycerine Lemon Shampoo Dye colour
C. Statement 1 is true and statement 2 is false. juice
D. Both statements 1 and 2 are false. B. Diesel Alcohol Sugar syrup Mustard oil
C. Vegetable Honey Petrol Ink
25. Which of the following statements is/are correct? oil
I. The process of sedimentation can be made slower D. Milk Glucose Tomato Kerosene
by loading. solution juice

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29. Pick the odd one out from each series given below A. Cotton B. Silk
and select the correct option. C. Wool D. Polyester.
(i) Muga, Kosa, Cashmere, Tussar
33. Refer to the given figure showing life cycle of an
(ii) Larva, Pupa, Silk moth, Tadpole
insect and statements associated with it.
(iii) Patanwadi, Marwari, Pashmina, Lohi
(i) (ii) (iii)
A. Muga Pupa Patanwadi
B. Cashmere Tadpole Pashmina
C. Cashmere Larva Marwari P
D. Kosa Sheep Lohi
Q
30. Observe the given figure representing substances (P, Q,
S
R and S) taken in or given out during photosynthesis
and select the incorrect option regarding them.

R
Q
R (a) Commercial silk is obtained from ____
(i)____ stage.
S (b) ____(ii)
____ stage undergoes four moults to become
A. Q could be the gas which is fixed through
_____
(iii)____.
photosynthesis to form carbohydrates whereas
Select the option which correctly fills blanks (i),
P could be the gas which is used by plants in
respiration. (ii) and (iii).
B. P is the gaseous by-product of photosynthesis (i) (ii) (iii)
whereas S is carbohydrate formed by plants A. S Q P
through photosynthesis. B. P S Q
C. Q is taken up by plant leaves directly from C. R Q R
atmosphere through minute stomata present in D. Q R S
them whereas R represents water absorbed from
soil through plant roots. 34. Refer to the given graph representing temperature
D. R and S show unidirectional movement within gradient through different regions of Earth.
the plant body, i.e., from source to sink.
50 S
Temperature
(°C)

P
31. Varun got his gall bladder removed surgically as he
was diagnosed with stone in his gall bladder. Which 0 Biomes
Q
of the following problems is Varun most likely to –25
R
face after surgery?
Identify labelled parts P-S and select the correct
A. Varun would not be able to digest carbohydrates statement regarding them.
and proteins properly because gall bladder stores
A. Animals inhabiting S possess blubber.
bile which consists of amylase and pepsin enzymes.
B. Animals inhabiting R may have small body
B. Varun would not be able to digest fats properly
appendages to reduce the exposed surface area.
because gall bladder stores bile juice which helps
in emulsification of fats. C. Animals inhabiting P do not drink water and
C. Varun would not be able to digest fats properly use only metabolic water to fulfill their water
because gall bladder secretes bile juice which helps requirements.
in digestion of fats. D. Animals inhabiting Q undergo aestivation whereas
D. Varun would not be able to absorb vitamin B and animals inhabiting S undergo hibernation.
C properly because gall bladder secretes bile which 35. Which of the following options contains only complete
helps in absorption of these vitamins. flowers?
32. Taru wanted to test the quality of fabric of her muffler. A. Papaya, Gulmohar, Mulberry
She pulled a small strand of yarn from the muffler and B. Mustard, Date palm, Cucurbit
burned it. It smelled like a burning hair. She inferred C. Hibiscus, Mustard, Petunia
that the muffler is made up of D. Mulberry, Coconut, Castor

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36. A large area of forest was cleared by burning. Which Select the option which satisfies the same relationship.
of the following statements is/are correct regarding A. Urena : Balsam : Castor
the consequences of this activity? B. Acer : Calotropis : Lotus
(i) Increase in soil erosion as soil is directly exposed C. Pea : Dandelion : Water lily
to wind and rain. D. Drumstick : Urena : Lotus
(ii) The land will have more fresh air as there are
lesser trees to take in oxygen. 40. Refer to the given experimental set-up.
(iii) Wildlife will easily thrive in the cleared area Tube
because more space is available now.
Beaker
(iv) New trees will grow faster and replace the burnt
forest soon as the ash of the burnt trees will make Salt solution
the soil more fertile. Semi-
permeable
A. (i) only membrane Distilled water
B. (i) and (iv) only
Which of the following is correct regarding the volume
C. (i), (ii) and (iv) only
of liquid in beaker (X ) and volume of salt solution
D. (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv)
in tube (Y )?
37. Consider the following statements and select the X     Y
option which correctly identifies true (T) and false A. Decreases  Increases
(F) ones. B. Increases   Increases
(i)
In cockroaches, air enters the body through C. Decreases  Decreases
spiracles. D. Increases   Decreases
(ii) During heavy exercise, we get cramps in the legs
due to accumulation of carbon dioxide. 41. Refer to the given table and select the correct option
(iii) Normal range of breathing rate per minute in an regarding P-U.
average adult person at rest is 12-18. Plant part Function Example
(iv) During exhalation, the ribs move upwards. Root (i) Climbing P
(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (ii) Storage Q
A. F T F T Stem (i) Climbing R
B. T T F T (ii) Protection S
C. T F T F Leaf (i) Climbing T
D. T T T F (ii) Reduction in water loss U
A. P could be betel, S could be Bougainvillea and U
38. Observe the given figure.
could be Opuntia.
B. Q could be ginger, R could be grapevine and T
could be pea.
C. P could be ivy, R could be spinach and T could
Ribs
Lung be orchid.
D. P could be tapioca, S could be rose and U could
be Bougainvillea.

42. Refer to the given table representing three different


Diaphragm types of soils X, Y and Z and their respective percolation
rates of water.
What will be the condition of the given structures
when we breathe in air? Type of soil Percolation rate
Rib cage Diaphragm Lung pressure X 4 mL/min
A. Down and in Contracts High Y 10 mL/min
B. Up and out Relaxes High Z 7 mL/min
C. Up and out Contracts Low Identify soils X, Y and Z and select the incorrect
D. Down and in Relaxes Low statement regarding them.
A. Soil X could be the most suitable soil for growing
39. Refer to the given relationship based on mode of seed paddy.
dispersal. B. Soil Z could be the most suitable soil for growing
Hiptage : Xanthium : Coconut cotton.

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C. Soil Y could be ploughed easily whereas soil X convert the dead organic waste generated in forest
would be difficult to plough. into simpler substances which can be then reused by
D. None of these organisms R for their growth and development.

43. Read the given passage. Identify P, Q and R and select the correct statement.

There are 3 types of blood cells, X, Y and Z. X is A. P and Q could be bacteria and fungi respectively
biconcave disc shaped and contains haemoglobin. whereas R could be plants.
Y protects us from many diseases and helps fight B. P and Q could be bacteria and plants respectively
infection. Z helps in blood clotting. whereas R could be fungi.
C. P and Q could be plants and animals respectively
Select the incorrect option regarding X, Y and Z.
whereas R could be bacteria.
A.
People living in higher altitudes have higher X D. P and Q could be herbivores whereas R could be
count as compared to people living in plains. a detritivore.
B. High Y count indicates some infection in the body.
C. Decrease in Z count also indicates infections like 45. Which of the following is not a reflex action?
dengue.
A. Blinking of eyes
D. People with very low X count continue to bleed
B. Sneezing on entry of some dust or foreign particles
even from minor injury as their blood does not clot.
in respiratory system
44. Read the given passage carefully. C. Learning to play guitar
The organisms P and Q occur on the forest floor. They D. Withdrawal of hand on touching some hot object

ACHIEVERS SECTION

46. Leena had set up the experiment as shown in the Bird Insect
figure. Population Bird

Population
Hawk
Steel nail A. B.
Insect Hawk
Time Time
Insect
Population

Population
Hawk
C. D. Hawk
Bird Insect Bird
Set-up X Set-up Y Time Time
She found out that the steel nail in set-up X had
48. Observe the given figure carefully.
attracted more iron pins than the steel nail in set-up
Y. What could be the reason for this?
I. The batteries used in set-up X are more expensive.
Gas ‘X’
II. There are more batteries used in set-up X.
III. The number of turns of coil around the nail in
set-up Y is fewer than in set-up X. Dilute
IV. A longer wire was used in set-up X. sulphuric
Zinc granules acid
A. I and III only
Read the given passage and fill in the blanks by
B. II, III and IV only
selecting an appropriate option.
C. II and III only
In the given figure, (i) reaction takes place which
D. I, II, III and IV
is a chemical change. (ii) being more reactive than
47. Refer to the given food chain. (iii) produces gas ‘X’ which is (iv) and it burns
with a (v) .
Plant Insect Bird Hawk
(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v)
In an operation to eradicate disease spreading insects, A. Oxidation Zn H SO2 dazzling light
insecticide was sprayed in this locality on a large scale. B. Displacement H Zn H2 pop sound
Select the graph that correctly depicts the population C. Displacement Zn H H2 pop sound
changes of different species involved here, with time. D. Reduction Zn S SO2 rotten egg smell

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49. Refer to the given dichotomous key. 50. Refer to the given Venn diagram and select the incorrect
I. (a)  It can synthesise its own carbohydrates. option.
 -Go to II
Animal Z
(b)  It cannot synthesise its own carbohydrates. which Animal with
 -Go to III possesses streamlined
Y body
endoskeleton
II. (a)  It grows in nitrogen deficient soil. – P
X
(b)  It depends on living host for water and mineral.
 -Go to IV Animal with
sticky pads
III. (a)  It is a stem parasite. – Q on feet
(b)  It is a root parasite. – R
Animal Characteristics
IV. (a)  It is a stem parasite. – S A. Y - Penguin • Wings modified into
(b) It is a root parasite. – T flippers
• Possesses blubber
Select the option which correctly identifies P – T. B. Z - Chameleon • Long sticky tongue
P Q R S T • Prehensile tail
A. Mistletoe Rafflesia Cuscuta Pseudo- Nepenthes C. X - Octopus • Bears eight arms
monas • Squirts ink to escape
B. Rafflesia Pseudo- Dionaea Cuscuta Sandal- predators
monas wood D. Z - Pangolin • Armoured shell as
C. Nepenthes Mistletoe Rafflesia Pseudo- Cuscuta outer body covering
monas for protection
D. Dionaea Cuscuta Rafflesia Mistletoe Sandal- • Ability to curl into a
wood ball when threatened

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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Class 7

Set B

Year 2018
LOGICAL REASONING

1.
There are six children P, Q, R, S, T and U playing
football. P and T are brothers. U is the sister of T. R A. B.
is the only son of P’s uncle. Q and S are the daughters
of the brother of R’s father. How many female players
are there? C. D.
A. 1 B. 2
C. 3 D. 4
6. In the English alphabetical series, if A interchanges
2. Choose the box that is similar to the box formed when its position with B, C with D, E with F and so on up
the given sheet is folded. to Y and Z, then _______ will be the seventh letter
from the right end.
A. A. S B. T
C. G D. H

7. Select a figure from the options which


B. does not satisfy the same condition of
placement of the dots as in the given
figure.

C. A. B.

D.
C. D.

3. Select a figure from the options in which the given


figure is exactly embedded as one of its parts.
8. Find the correct mirror image of the given figure.

LOGIC
A. B.
Mirror

LOGIC
C. D. A. CIGOL B.

4.
In a coding language, the digits 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
8 and 9 are substituted by a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i and j.
If 10 is written as ba, then (cd + ef) × bc is equal to C. LOGIC D. CIGOL
_________.
A. 684 B. 816
C. 916 D. 1564 9. Select the option which will continue the given series.
5. Select a figure from the options which will complete A50G, I306O, Q818W, Y650E, ?
the given figure matrix. A. H245J B. G245M
C. G218M D. M218G

10. Kirti walks 10 km towards North. From there, she


walks 6 km towards South. Then, she walks 3 km
towards East. How far and in which direction is she
now with respect to her starting point?
? A. 5 km North-West B. 7 km South-West
C. 7 km West D. 5 km North-East

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SCIENCE

11. A person is running along a circular track of area He placed the lighted candle below the metal rod at
625 p m2 (p = 22/7) with a constant speed. Find the position M. He used the same amount of wax to hold
displacement in 15 seconds if he has to complete the all the thumbtacks at positions W, X, Y and Z on the
race in 30 seconds. rod. Arrange the thumbtacks according to the time they
A. 200 m B. 100 m take to drop from the rod, from the first to the last.
C. 25 m D. 50 m A. Y, X, W, Z B.
Y, X, Z, W
12. The diagram shows a ray of light C. X, Y, W, Z D.
W, Z, Y, X
striking a plane mirror. 17. Match column I with column II and select the correct
What is the angle of incidence if
option from the given codes.
the angle between the incident ray
and the reflected ray is 80°? Column I Column II
Mirror P. The material of the (i) Tap water
A. 35° B. 40°
C. 70° D. 80° filament of a bulb
Q. Electric source (ii) Pure water
13. In the given experimental Glass R. Conductor (iii) Tungsten
container
set-up, when a magnet was S. Insulator (iv) Dry cell
brought near the side of the Water A. P - (iv), Q - (iii), R - (i), S - (ii)
beaker, it attracted some of
Nails B. P - (iii), Q - (iv), R - (ii), S - (i)
the nails.
What does this experiment Sand C. P - (iii), Q - (iv), R - (i), S - (ii)
show? D. P - (iv), Q - (iii), R - (i), S - (ii)
I. The nails are magnets.
18. Read the given statements and select the correct
II. The nails are made of magnetic materials.
III. Magnetism can only pass through the glass option.
container. Statement 1 : The colour of the shadow of an object
IV. Magnetism can pass through sand, water and glass. depends on the colour of the object.
A. I only B. II and III only Statement 2 : Shadow is the dark patch formed when
C. III only D. II and IV only an object obstructs the path of light.
14. How do we check whether an electromagnet is working? A. Both statements 1 and 2 are true and statement 2
I. Check if it can repel glass. is the correct explanation of statement 1.
II. Check to see whether it conducts heat easily. B. Both statements 1 and 2 are true but statement 2
III. Place some paperclips near it. is not the correct explanation of statement 1.
A. I only B. III only C. Statement 1 is true but statement 2 is false.
C. I and II only D. II and III only D. Statement 1 is false but statement 2 is true.

15. Which of the following diagrams represents a short 19. In the set-up shown here, the bulb has lighted up.
circuit?
Bulb
A. B. Wire
A Battery
V
Metal plates

R
C. R D. Glass beaker

Liquid X
16. Rohan set up an experiment as shown here.
Which of the following statements about liquid X
W X Y Z
Wax Metal rod is/are correct?
M
I. Liquid X is a good conductor of electricity.
Thumbtack
II. Liquid X is able to produce electricity.
III. Liquid X is not a good conductor of electricity.
Table A. I only B. II only
C. III only D. I and II only

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20. If the time taken by the bob of a pendulum to move 24. Find the incorrect match.
from point R to P is 4 s, then the time taken by it to Mixtures Methods of
complete its one oscillation is separation
A. Sugar powder and cornflakes - Sieving
A. 8 s
B. Ladyfingers and tomatoes - Winnowing
B. 12 s C. Safety pins and rubber bands - By using magnet
P Q
C. 16 s D. Glass marbles and grapes - Handpicking
4s
D. 4s R
25. Study the given Venn diagram. 
21. Read the given statements and select the correct
option.
Statement 1 : Electrolysis of water is a displacement X
reaction.
Statement 2 : Water gets broken down to form hydrogen
and oxygen. Centre point ‘X’ represents
A. Both statements 1 and 2 are true and statement 2 A. Eruption of volcanoes
is the correct explanation of statement 1. B. Burning of paper
B. Both statements 1 and 2 are true but statement 2 C. Rusting of bicycle
is not the correct explanation of statement 1. D. Ripening of guava.
C. Statement 1 is false and statement 2 is true. 26. Given figure shows the colour changes when China rose
D. Both statements 1 and 2 are false. indicator is added in test tubes I, II and III. Identify
22. Kanika has taken a few objects in a beaker as shown the solutions present in test tubes I, II and III.
in the given figure.

1. Glass marbles
2. Thermocol
3. Gold coin
4. Wooden block I II III
(Magenta) (No colour (Green)
She added water into the beaker until it was half filled. change)
Which of the objects in the beaker will move upto I II III
the water surface ? A. Sugar Lime Baking
solution water powder
A. 2 only B. 2 and 4 only B. Sugar Lemon Vinegar
C. 3 and 4 only D. 1 and 3 only solution juice
C. Lime Sugar Lemon
23. Seema conducted an experiment to test the nature of
water solution juice
four different samples. She noted down her observations
D. Lemon Sugar Lime
in the given table.
juice solution water
Effect on
Sample Turmeric 27. Match column I with column II and select the correct
China rose Methyl orange
option from the given codes.
solution indicator indicator
Column I Column II
W Red Green Yellow
P. Fast change (i) Crystallisation
X Yellow Magenta Red Q. Periodic change (ii) Earthquake
Y Yellow Light pink Orange R. Reversible change (iii) Bursting of crackers
Z Red Green Yellow S. Undesirable change (iv) Change of season
Which of the following conclusions can be drawn A. P-(iii), Q-(iv), R-(ii), S-(i)
from this experiment? B. P-(iii), Q-(iv), R-(i), S-(ii)
C. P-(i), Q-(iii), R-(iv), S-(ii)
A. W and Z are basic, X is acidic and Y is neutral in D. P-(iv), Q-(ii), R-(iii), S-(i)
nature.
B. W is acidic, X is basic, Y and Z are neutral in 28. Which of the following groups of acids contains only
nature. weak organic acids?
C. W and Z are acidic, X is basic and Y is neutral in A. Acetic acid, Formic acid, Nitric acid
nature. B. Acetic acid, Ascorbic acid, Formic acid
D. Y is neutral, W and X are basic and Z is acidic in C. Hydrochloric acid, Sulphuric acid, Formic acid
nature. D. Citric acid, Lactic acid, Sulphuric acid

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29. Refer to the given food chain. D. P absorbs water and salt from undigested food
P Q R S whereas Q is the site of absorption of digested
food.

T 32. Study the given table.


Identify P-T and select the incorrect statement. Mineral/Vitamin Deficiency disease
A. All the organisms of the food chain depend on P Iron P
directly or indirectly for food. Q Rickets
B. Q and R in the given food chain are herbivore and Iodine R
carnivore respectively. S Scurvy
C. T helps in keeping our environment clean and in
Identify P, Q, R and S and select the incorrect option
recycling of nutrients.
regarding them.
D. S obtains its food directly from the plants and is
called primary consumer. A. P can be treated by consumption of green leafy
vegetables, red meat, etc., whereas R can be treated
30. Refer to the given figure. by consuming sea food, iodised salt, etc.
B. In P, oxygen carrying capacity of blood is reduced
whereas R is characterised by enlargement of
thyroid gland.
C. Our body can manufacture Q in the presence of
sunlight whereas S is present in citrus fruits like
amla, lemon, etc.
D. All of these

Select the correct statement regarding processes X, Y 33. Refer to the given figures.
and Z.
Unisexuality of flowers prevents processes X and
A.
Y.
P Q R
B. Seed setting is assured in process X even in the
absence of pollinators. Identify P-R and select the correct option.
C. Processes X and Z are not possible in cucurbits A. R is the non-feeding stage of silk moth.
and papaya. B. The salivary glands of the insect at only P stage
D. In processes Y and Z, genetically different pollen secrete fibres made of proteins.
grains are brought to stigma. C. Q undergoes moulting four times to become an
adult and feeds on mulberry leaves.
31. Refer to the given Venn diagram. D. Both A and C

It is an organ It secretes 34. The given graph shows rates of heartbeat in Mr X


of digestive digestive and Mr Y.
system. enzymes.
P
Rate of heartbeat

Q
Mr X
(beats/min)

It takes part
in digestion 70
of fats.
Mr Y
Identify P and Q and select the correct statement. O Individuals
A. Q produces a juice which gets mixed with fats Select the incorrect option regarding this.
present in food and converts it into small fat A. Mr X may be doing some exercise due to which
droplets. his heartbeat rate has increased in order to supply
B. Q secretes a digestive juice which acts on more oxygen to his body cells.
carbohydrates, fats and proteins and converts B. Mr Y is in deep sleep state so his body cells do
them into glycerol, fatty acids and amino acids, not require any oxygen hence his heartbeat rate
respectively. has gradually reduced to 0.
C. Mr X may be watching some scary movie which
C. P could be the smallest organ of digestive system
has triggered stress and has increased his heartbeat
whereas Q could the longest portion of alimentary
rate.
canal.
D. None of these

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35. Consider the following statements. Select the option (iv) It is a proteinaceous fibre.
which correctly identifies true (T) and false (F) ones. Fibre X could be
(i)
Microorganisms act upon the dead plants to produce A. Nylon B. Silk
humus. C. Cotton D. Polyester.
(ii) Autotrophs lie at the base of a food chain.
39. Match column I with column II and select the correct
(iii) Large scale cutting of trees is called afforestation.
option from the given codes.
(iv) Branched part of a tree above the stem is called
crown. Column I Column II
(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) P. Earthworm (i) Pulmonary respiration
A. T F T F Q. Human (ii) Branchial respiration
B. T T F T R. Prawn (iii) Tracheal respiration
C. T F F T S. Insects (iv) Cutaneous respiration
D. T F T T A. P-(i), Q-(ii), R-(iii), S-(iv)
B. P-(iv), Q-(i), R-(ii), S-(iii)
36. Refer to the given flow chart and select the option C. P-(iii), Q-(ii), R-(iv), S-(i)
which correctly identifies P, Q and R. D. P-(iv), Q-(ii), R-(i), S-(iii)
It is an animal.
40. Study the given table. Identify X and Y and select the
Yes
correct statement.
It possesses backbone.
Yes
X Y
Yes (i)
It is retarded metabolic It is retarded metabolic
It breathes through gills. P
No state that helps in state that helps in
Its body is covered with
escaping harsh winters. escaping scorching
No
Q summers.
feathers.
Yes (ii) It is of longer duration It lasts for hot dry
R and lasts for the whole day time as nights are
P Q R duration of winter. cooler.
A. Kite Frog Seal A. X could be hibernation exhibited by polar bear
B. Frog Toucan Shark whereas Y could be migration exhibited by penguin.
C. Krait Stork Spadefoot toad B. X could be hibernation exhibited by polar bear
whereas Y could be aestivation exhibited by
D. Shark Walrus Spoonbill
salamander.
37. Observe the given figure and select the correct C. X could be aestivation exhibited by tortoise whereas
statement(s) regarding P-S. Y could be hibernation exhibited by penguin.
D. X could be migration exhibited by hedgehog
R P whereas Y could be aestivation exhibited by snakes.
Q
41. Refer to the given experimental set-up.
X Y
S
Water
2M salt 5M salt
solution solution

(i) The given figure shows the process of pollination. Dialysis tube
(ii) P secretes sugary solution which stimulates the
Which of the following graphs correctly represents
germination of R.
(iii) Male gametes are formed inside the Q. changes in the liquid levels of X and Y at the end of
(iv) S contains fertilised ovule which contains zygote. experiment?
A. (i) and (iii) only B. (ii), (iii) and (iv) only Y
Liquid level
Liquid level

X
C. (i), (ii) and (iv) only D. (iv) only A. B. Y
X
38. Read the given characteristics of a fibre. Time
Time
(i) It is a natural fibre.
X Y
Liquid level

(ii) It is a bad conductor of heat so it remains cool in


Liquid level

summer and warm in winter. C. D.


(iii) It has a unique natural lustre and the fabric is very Y X
Time Time
smooth.

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42. The given bar chart shows the concentration of oxygen B. Reduction in number of Y leads to excessive loss
in blood samples from four places in the circulatory of blood from the wound.
system of a man. Which sample was taken from the C. The count of Z goes down when there is any
pulmonary artery? infection in the body.
D. Both B and C.

44. Refer to the given flow chart.


Yes P
Edible root
No
Yes
Edible seeds Q
No
A. P B.
Q Edible stem Yes Grows below ground Yes R
C. R D.
S No
S
43. Observe the given figure of blood smear prepared by
a lab professional. Select the correct statement regarding P-S.
A. P could be potato whereas Q could be clove.
Y B. S could be sugarcane whereas R could be ginger.
Z C. P could be garlic whereas S could be cocoa.
D. R could be turnip whereas Q could be cumin.

45. Select the correct match.

X
Plant Type of root Type of
system venation
Identify cells X, Y and Z and select the correct A. Banana Fibrous Reticulate
statement. B. Grass Tap Parallel
C. Radish Tap Reticulate
A. X produces special protein substances called
antibodies that protect us from infection. D. Onion Tap Parallel

ACHIEVERS SECTION

46. Observe the given figures carefully. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v)
A. Physical Mg MgO.2H2O Cu Ag
B. Chemical MgO Mg(OH)2 Cu Fe
C. Chemical Mg(OH)2 MgO Fe Cu
Magnesium ribbon burning D. Physical Mg(NO3)2 MgO Zn Al
with a dazzling light
47. Study the given flow chart carefully and select the
(P) option that correctly identifies P, Q and R.
No
(P) + H2O (Q) It is an autotrophic plant. P
Yes
Figure 1
It grows in nitrogen No
Q
deficient soils.
Blue colour Yes
Green colour
solution solution R
of (X) of (Y) A. P could be any parasitic leafless plant such as
(Y) (X) mistletoe which depends on the host plant for
Figure 2 water and minerals.
Read the given passage and fill in the blanks by B. R could be Dionaea which has special leaf
selecting an appropriate option. modification to catch and digest insects.
Figures 1 and 2 both represent a (i) change. In C. Q could be Cuscuta which is rootless photosynthetic
figure 1, P is (ii) and Q is (iii) . In figure 2, plant.
X and Y can be (iv) and (v) respectively. D. All of these

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48. A speed-time (v-t) graph of an v(m s–1) (b) Its seeds are dispersed through water. - T
object is shown in the figure.
A. P could be Eichhornia that propagates through
Which of the following best offsets or Oxalis that propagates through runners.
describes the graph? B. Q could be Bryophyllum whereas R could be
A. The object travels at Urena.
decreasing acceleration. t(s) C. R could be Hiptage whereas S could be Balsam.
B. The object travels at constant deceleration. D. S could be Dandelion whereas T could be lotus.
C. The object travels at increasing deceleration. 50. Refer to the given graph

% of undigested
D. The object travels at decreasing deceleration. representing percentage

starch
of undigested starch in
49. Refer to the given dichotomous key and select the different parts of
incorrect statement regarding P-T. alimentary canal.
I.
(a) The plant undergoes vegetative propagation. Identify regions of P Q R S
Regions of alimentary canal
 - Go to II alimentary canal P – S
(b) The plant undergoes sexual reproduction. and select the correct statement.
 - Go to III A. P could be mouth, Q could be oesophagus, R could
II. (a) The plant propagates vegetatively by stem. - be stomach and S could be small intestine.
 P B. Digestion of food is completed in R which also
possesses many finger-like projections in its wall
(b) The plant propagates vegetatively by leaf. - Q that provide a large surface area for the absorption
III. (a) Its seeds are dispersed through abiotic agent. of food molecules.
 - Go to IV C. Q secretes digestive juice which contains mucus,
(b) Its seeds are dispersed through animals. - R and enzyme amylase.
D. P makes the medium acidic to help the digestive
IV. (a) Its seeds are dispersed through wind. - S enzyme to act upon food stuff.

SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

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ANSWER KEYS

NSO 2014
SET A
1. (D) 2. (A) 3. (D) 4. (B) 5. (B) 6. (A) 7. (C) 8. (A) 9. (B) 10. (C)
11. (A) 12. (C) 13. (A) 14. (A) 15. (C) 16. (C) 17. (C) 18. (D) 19. (B) 20. (B)
21. (C) 22. (B) 23. (C) 24. (B) 25. (D) 26. (A) 27. (D) 28. (D) 29. (B) 30. (A)
31. (C) 32. (D) 33. (D) 34. (B) 35. (D) 36. (B) 37. (C) 38. (C) 39. (C) 40. (D)
41. (C) 42. (C) 43. (D) 44. (A) 45. (B) 46. (A) 47. (C) 48. (C) 49. (D) 50. (D)

SET B
1. (D) 2. (D) 3. (C) 4. (C) 5. (D) 6. (D) 7. (B) 8. (C) 9. (C) 10. (B)
11. (B) 12. (B) 13. (A) 14. (C) 15. (C) 16. (D) 17. (A) 18. (A) 19. (B) 20. (D)
21. (B) 22. (B) 23. (C) 24. (B) 25. (B) 26. (B) 27. (C) 28. (A) 29. (D) 30. (A)
31. (B) 32. (B) 33. (B) 34. (C) 35. (D) 36. (D) 37. (B) 38. (B) 39. (C) 40. (D)
41. (A) 42. (C) 43. (B) 44. (B) 45. (B) 46. (B) 47. (C) 48. (B) 49. (D) 50. (C)

NSO 2015
SET 1
1. (B) 2. (C) 3. (C) 4. (A) 5. (B) 6. (B) 7. (D) 8. (D) 9. (B) 10. (B)
11. (D) 12. (A) 13. (B) 14. (D) 15. (D) 16. (B) 17. (C) 18. (C) 19. (A) 20. (A)
21. (D) 22. (C) 23. (B) 24. (B) 25. (D) 26. (D) 27. (C) 28. (B) 29. (B) 30. (C)
31. (A) 32. (A) 33. (B) 34. (C) 35. (D) 36. (B) 37. (D) 38. (C) 39. (C) 40. (B)
41. (B) 42. (C) 43. (D) 44. (D) 45. (C) 46. (D) 47. (B) 48. (B) 49. (B) 50. (C)

SET 2
1. (B) 2. (C) 3. (D) 4. (D) 5. (C) 6. (C) 7. (B) 8. (D) 9. (D) 10. (A)
11. (A) 12. (D) 13. (B) 14. (D) 15. (B) 16. (D) 17. (D) 18. (B) 19. (B) 20. (B)
21. (B) 22. (B) 23. (C) 24. (A) 25. (C) 26. (B) 27. (C) 28. (D) 29. (B) 30. (B)
31. (D) 32. (D) 33. (A) 34. (D) 35. (B) 36. (D) 37. (B) 38. (A) 39. (B) 40. (C)
41. (B) 42. (D) 43. (D) 44. (A) 45. (C) 46. (B) 47. (C) 48. (B) 49. (D) 50. (A)

NSO 2016
SET A
1. (A) 2. (A) 3. (B) 4. (A) 5. (D) 6. (D) 7. (B) 8. (B) 9. (C) 10. (A)
11. (C) 12. (C) 13. (A) 14. (C) 15. (A) 16. (B) 17. (B) 18. (B) 19. (C) 20. (C)
21. (A) 22. (B) 23. (A) 24. (C) 25. (D) 26. (D) 27. (C) 28. (C) 29. (C) 30. (B)
31. (C) 32. (D) 33. (B) 34. (A) 35. (B) 36. (C) 37. (A) 38. (D) 39. (B) 40. (C)
41. (A) 42. (C) 43. (C) 44. (B) 45. (C) 46. (D) 47. (D) 48. (A) 49. (C) 50. (A)

SET B
1. (B) 2. (B) 3. (A) 4. (B) 5. (B) 6. (B) 7. (A) 8. (D) 9. (D) 10. (B)
11. (B) 12. (C) 13. (A) 14. (B) 15. (C) 16. (C) 17. (A) 18. (C) 19. (B) 20. (B)
21. (A) 22. (C) 23. (C) 24. (C) 25. (B) 26. (C) 27. (D) 28. (C) 29. (B) 30. (A)
31. (B) 32. (A) 33. (C) 34. (D) 35. (C) 36. (B) 37. (C) 38. (C) 39. (D) 40. (D)
41. (B) 42. (C) 43. (D) 44. (C) 45. (B) 46. (B) 47. (B) 48. (B) 49. (D) 50. (C)

NSO 2017
SET A
1. (D) 2. (B) 3. (A) 4. (D) 5. (A) 6. (D) 7. (A) 8. (B) 9. (B) 10. (D)
11. (D) 12. (B) 13. (D) 14. (D) 15. (A) 16. (B) 17. (A) 18. (B) 19. (D) 20. (C)
21. (B) 22. (B) 23. (A) 24. (C) 25. (A) 26. (B) 27. (B) 28. (D) 29. (C) 30. (B)
31. (A) 32. (B) 33. (C) 34. (C) 35. (B) 36. (D) 37. (A) 38. (A) 39. (B) 40. (D)
41. (B) 42. (B) 43. (C) 44. (C) 45. (A) 46. (B) 47. (C) 48. (B) 49. (C) 50. (A)

SET B
1. (A) 2. (B) 3. (C) 4. (D) 5. (A) 6. (B) 7. (C) 8. (A) 9. (A) 10. (D)
11. (D) 12. (A) 13. (A) 14. (B) 15. (D) 16. (A) 17. (B) 18. (B) 19. (A) 20. (A)
21. (B) 22. (D) 23. (D) 24. (B) 25. (C) 26. (C) 27. (A) 28. (C) 29. (D) 30. (B)
31. (B) 32. (B) 33. (B) 34. (D) 35. (C) 36. (A) 37. (B) 38. (B) 39. (C) 40. (B)
41. (B) 42. (C) 43. (C) 44. (A) 45. (D) 46. (D) 47. (C) 48. (B) 49. (C) 50. (D)

NSO 2018
SET A
1. (C) 2. (D) 3. (C) 4. (A) 5. (D) 6. (B) 7. (B) 8. (D) 9. (B) 10. (A)
11. (C) 12. (A) 13. (B) 14. (A) 15. (D) 16. (A) 17. (B) 18. (C) 19. (D) 20. (D)
21. (B) 22. (A) 23. (C) 24. (B) 25. (B) 26. (C) 27. (A) 28. (C) 29. (B) 30. (D)
31. (B) 32. (C) 33. (C) 34. (B) 35. (C) 36. (A) 37. (C) 38. (C) 39. (D) 40. (A)
41. (A) 42. (D) 43. (D) 44. (A) 45. (C) 46. (C) 47. (D) 48. (C) 49. (D) 50. (C)

SET B
1. (C) 2. (B) 3. (A) 4. (B) 5. (B) 6. (A) 7. (A) 8. (A) 9. (C) 10. (D)
11. (D) 12. (B) 13. (D) 14. (B) 15. (B) 16. (B) 17. (C) 18. (D) 19. (A) 20. (C)
21. (C) 22. (B) 23. (A) 24. (B) 25. (D) 26. (D) 27. (B) 28. (B) 29. (D) 30. (B)
31. (A) 32. (C) 33. (D) 34. (B) 35. (B) 36. (D) 37. (D) 38. (B) 39. (B) 40. (B)
41. (A) 42. (A) 43. (B) 44. (B) 45. (C) 46. (B) 47. (B) 48. (C) 49. (C) 50. (B)