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Mock Test Paper
(for Class IX Studying Students)
Test-3

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Time : 2 Hrs.

(for Class IX Studying Students)

Test - 3

SCIENCE

1. Which of the following phenomena does not occur due to universal law of gravitation?

(1)

(2) Motion of planets around the Sun

(3) Twinkling of stars in the Sky

(4) Tides formation due to the Moon

It binds us to the Earth

2. The acceleration due to gravity on the surface of planet having mass and radius twice as that of Earth is [Take g as acceleration due to gravity on the surface of Earth]

(1)

(3)

g

2

2g

(2)

(4)

g

4

4g

3. A ball is thrown vertically upward with a velocity of 10 ms 1 from the top of a building. The ball reaches to the ground in 5 s. Neglecting the motion of the ball in horizontal direction and air resistance, the height of building is [Take g = 10 m/s 2 ]

 (1) 60 m (2) 175 m (3) 75 m (4) 90 m

4. Which of the following is a unit of universal gravitational constant?

 (1) kg –1 m 3 s –2 (2) kg –1 m 2 s 2 (3) N kg 2 m 2 (4) ms –2

5. If the distance between two point masses, A and B, is reduced to half of the initial distance, then the mass of point mass B to be changed to maintain the same gravitational force

(1) Is reduced to one fourth of its initial value

(2) Is reduced to half of its initial value

(3) Is reduced to one third of its initial value

(4) Should remain the same

6. When the card is suddenly flicked with the finger, the coin placed over it falls into the empty glass tumbler because of

Coin
Card
Glass Tumbler

(1) Inertia of the coin

(2) Inertia of the card

(3) Inertia of the glass tumbler

(4) Friction in between the coin and the card

7. If the net sum of all the external forces acting on a particle is zero, then the

(1) Particle must remain unaccelerated

(2) Particle must move with constant speed

(3) Particle must be at rest

(4) Particle must have non-uniform acceleration

8. Read the following statements and choose the correct option.

Statement-1 : Shockers are provided in automobiles to reduce the impact during jerk.

Statement-2 : Shockers decreases the magnitude of rate of change of linear momentum by increasing the time interval.

(1) Only statement-1 is correct

(2) Only statement-2 is correct

(3) Both statement-1 and statement-2 are correct

(4) Neither statement-1 nor statement-2 is correct

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9.
A bomb at rest and having mass m explodes into
two masses in the ratio of 3 : 2. It was observed that
the pieces were moving at constant speeds after
explosion and that the heavier mass covers 15 m in
3 s. The speed of lighter mass would be
O
(3)
5
10
Time (s)
(1)
15 m/s
(2)
3.5 m/s
(3)
7.5 m/s
(4)
5 m/s
10
5
O
Time (s)
10.
A cricketer catches a ball of mass 200 g in 0.2 s
initially moving with a speed of 30 m/s. He
experiences an average force of the magnitude of
(4)
13.
(1)
10 N
(2)
30 N
(3)
15 N
(4)
60 N
The displacement of a body starting from rest at
time t = 0 and moving in a straight line with uniform
acceleration is s 1 , s 2 and s 3 at times t 1 , t 2 and t 3
respectively. If the ratio of displacement s 1 , s 2 and
s 3 is 3 : 2: 1 then the ratio of time t 1 , t 2 and t 3 is
11.
In the given figure, an object is moving on a
horizontal track with uniform retardation. On its way,
it passes point A with speed V and point B with
(1)
1
:
2
:
3
(2)
9
:
4 :
1
(3)
3
:
2:1
(4)
3
:
2
:
1
V
speed
.
If the distance in between the points
14.
2
A and B is 30 m, then how far beyond point B will
the object's velocity be zero for the first time?
An object travels 60 m in first 6 s and then 100 m
in next 10 s. The average speed of the object for the
entire trip is
(1)
10 m/s
(2)
20 m/s
(3)
25 m/s
(4)
30 m/s
Object
30 m
15.
The position-time table of an object starting from rest
and moving in a straight line is given below.
A
B
Time (s)
Position (m)
Horizontal surface
0
7
(1)
10 m
(2)
30 m
1
13
2
19
(3)
60 m
(4)
20 m
3
25
12.
An object starts from rest and moves with uniform
acceleration of 10 m/s 2 for 5 seconds. It then
uniformly retards at 10 m/s 2 to again come to rest
in next 5 seconds. Its position-time graph will be
4
31
5
37
The acceleration of the object is
(1) A non-zero constant
(2) Increasing
O
(3) Decreasing
(1)
5
10
Time (s)
(4) Zero
16.
All of the following can sublime, except
(1) Camphor
(2) Anthracene
O
(2)
5
10
Time (s)
(3) Sodium chloride
(4) Ammonium chloride
2
Position (m)
Position (m)
Position (m)
Position (m)
 (Class IX Studying Test-3) ANTHE Mock Test-2019 17. Consider the following statements : 23. Consider the following figure : Statement-1 : Evaporation causes cooling Liquid Statement-2 : Evaporation is not spontaneous A B C Solid Gas Now, choose the correct option (1) Only statement-1 is correct (2) Only statement-2 is correct Processes A, B and C respectively are (3) Both the statements are correct (1) Condensation, freezing and melting (4) Both the statements are incorrect (2) Melting, condensation and freezing 18. The purpose of (addition of alum in) the loading tank of a water purification system is to (3) Melting, freezing and condensation (4) Freezing, condensation and melting (1) Kill bacteria 24. All of the following colloids have liquid as a dispersed phase, except (2) Filter the impurities (3) Sediment the suspended impurities (1) Fog (2) Foam (4) Allow solids to float over the surface (3) Mist (4) Clouds 19. Raja was unable to wave his hand through a brick but was able to do so easily through air. This is due to 25. Naina's mother wanted to make buttermilk, the method used by her is (1) More interparticle spaces in the brick (1) Centrifugation (2) Filtration (2) Less forces of attraction between the particles of brick (3) Small particle size in brick (3) Sedimentation (4) Crystallization 26. Which of the following is an example of a chemical change? (4) More interparticle spaces in the air in comparison to brick (1) Melting of ice (2) Souring of milk 20. Which of the given solutions is considered as most dilute solution? (3) Dissolution of sugar in water (4) Interconversion of states [Note : Total mass of each solution = 100 g] (1) 20% (w/w) sugar solution 27. Which of the following is an example of solid solution? (2) 10% (w/w) sugar solution (1) Air (2) Brass (3) 50% (w/w) sugar solution (3) Shaving cream (4) Automobile exhaust (4) 5% (w/w) sugar solution 28. Which of the following substances has fixed composition and can be broken into elements by chemical/electrochemical reactions? 21. Water droplets get accumulated on the outer surface of a glass containing ice-cold water due to (1) Evaporation (1) Oxygen (2) Sublimation (2) Hydrogen (3) Condensation (3) Methane (4) Fusion (4) Mercury 22. Which of the following will produce most severe burns? 29. The element which has intermediate properties between those of metals and non-metals is (1) Steam at 100°C (1) Magnesium (2) Boiling water at 100°C (2) Carbon (3) Water at 40°C (3) Iron (4) Water at 60°C (4) Germanium 3

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 30. Read the given statements carefully (i) (ii) (iii) The incorrect statement(s) is/are (1) (i) and (iii) (2) Only (iii) (3) Only (ii) (4) (ii) and (iii) 31. Select the incorrect statements w.r.t. vacuoles. (1) (2) (3) (4) They contain food items in Amoeba 32. Lipid, Protein, Cellulose, DNA, Glucose (1) One (2) Five (3) Two (4) Three 33. (1) Parenchyma (2) Sclerenchyma (3) Chlorenchyma (4) Collenchyma 34. Select the incorrect match from the following. (1) Golgi apparatus – (2) Leucoplast – Helps in photosynthesis (3) Nucleus – (4) Vacuole – Provides turgidity rigidity to the plant cell 35. A. These are arranged in a pattern of layers. B. These are cube-shaped. C. These are composed of pillar-like cells.

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Rate of diffusion of liquids is higher than that of solids.

The melting point of a solid is an indication of the strength of the force of attraction between its particles.

Gases can be liquefied by increasing temperature and decreasing pressure.

They provide turgidity and rigidity to the plant cell

They store amino acids, sugars, some proteins, etc. in the plant cell

They help in the manufacture of fat molecules in unicellular organism

How many component(s) out of the following is/are common for plasma membrane and chromosome?

Which of the following tissues provides hardness to the covering of seeds?

Helps in storage, modification and packaging of products

storage of

substances and performs

Plays central role in cellular reproduction

and

Identify the correct location of epithelial tissues A, B and C on the basis of given information and select the correct option.

36.

37.

38.

39.

40.

41.

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 ABC (1) Skin Lung alveoli Oesophagus (2) Oesophagus Lining of Lung alveoli mouth (3) Skin Lining of Inner lining of intestine kidney tubules (4) Inner lining of intestine Lung alveoli Skin

Select the correct combination of examples of

pteridophytes.

(1) Spirogyra, Chara, Riccia

(2) Marsilea, Ferns

(3) Ulothrix, Ulva, Chara

(4) Marchantia, Riccia

All of the following structures are used by protistans for moving around, except

 (1) Flagella (2) Cilia (3) Macronucleus (4) Pseudopodia

The plant that do not have well differentiated body design and commonly called algae is

 (1) Penicillium (2) Chara (3) Aspergillus (4) Funaria

Which of the following organisms show symbiotic relationship?

(1) Saccharomyces (2) Euglena

(3) Paramecium (4) Lichen

I. The inner membrane of mitochondria is deeply folded.

II. These folds allow the mitochondria to shrink.

III. These folds create a large surface area for ATP-generating chemical reactions.

Which one of the given statements is the correct reason of another statement?

 (1) I is the reason of II (2) II is the reason of III (3) III is the reason of I (4) II is the reason of I

In human beings, the organ that absorbs oxygen and the organelle that uses oxygen for energy production are respectively

(1) Trachea and ribosome

(2) Endoplasmic reticulum and bronchi

(3) Nucleus and lung

(4) Lung and mitochondrion

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42.

Match the following columns and select the correct

option.

44. Brain, spinal cord and nerves, all are composed of ‘X’. Cartilage, ligament and tendon, all are types of ‘Y’. Identify ‘X’ and ‘Y’.

 X Y (1) Muscular tissue Nervous tissue (2) Nervous tissue Connective tissue (3) Nervous tissue Muscular tissue (4) Muscular tissue Connective tissue

45. Statement-1 : The presence of cell wall enables the cells of plants, fungi and bacteria to exist in hypotonic media without bursting.

Statement-2 : Meristematic tissues are derived from permanent tissues once they lose the ability to divide.

(1) Both the statements are correct

(2) Only statement-1 is correct

(3) Only statement-2 is correct

(4) Both the statements are incorrect

Column-I

a. Sclerenchyma cells

Column-II

Chondrocytes

(i)

 b. Cork cells (ii) Lignin c. Bone (iii) Suberin d. Cartilage (iv) Osteocytes (1) a(i), b(iii), c(ii), d(iv) (2) a(ii), b(iii), c(i), d(iv) (3) a(ii), b(iii), c(iv), d(i) (4) a(iii), b(ii), c(iv), d(i)

Identify the tissue depicted below and choose the correct option.

(1) Smooth muscle (involuntary and unstriated)

(2) Cardiac muscle (voluntary and striated)

(3) Skeletal muscle (involuntary and striated)

(4) Smooth muscle (voluntary and striated)

43.

MATHEMATICS

46.

In the given figure, ABC is a triangle, AD BC, BE AC and CF AB. If AB = BC = CA, then CD : OD : OC equals

A
F
E
O
B
D C
 (1) 3:2:3 (2) 4:2: 3 (3) 2:1: 3 (4) 3 :1: 2

In the given figure, DEGF and ADGE are parallelograms. If DH, IJ and KL are straight lines,

a = 140°,

which of the following is correct?

p

+

q

=

100°

and

r

=

1
2

a

q

, then

A
D
E
I
F
M
J
p
a G
q
r
K B
HLC

FG || BH

2
3)

is

(1) ABC is a right angled triangle

(2) EGM is an isosceles triangle

(3)

(4) ABC is an isosceles triangle

(
6

48.

(1) A rational number

(2) An irrational number

(3)
An integer
49. If
a
 3 
8
,
then
(1) 1024
(3)
32
(4)
A whole number
10
2
a
1
the value of
is
 4
a
2

(2)

(4)

1

1

2

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a 2/3
b 2/3
c 2/3
50. –
(a 2 – b 2 – c 2 ) 3 is
If
=
0, then the value
of
57. In the given figure, if AB || CD || EF, then the
measure of ECD is
3a 2/3
c 2/3
b 2/3  c 2/3
(1)
 b 2/3 
(2)
27a 2/3 
A
B
65°
(3) 27a 2 b 2 c 2
(4) 3a 2 b 2 c 2
51. In the given figure, ALP is right angled at L. If
AM = MP, LM = 2.5 cm and AL = 3 cm, then the
length of LP is
C
D
30°
E
F
L
(1) 165°
(2) 145°
(3) 115°
(4) 135°
58. If a 2 + b 2 = 8 and a + b = 4, where a, b  0, then
P
1
1
A
M
equals
a
b
(1)
4 cm
(2)
3 cm
(1)
4
(2)
8
(3)
6 cm
(4)
2 cm
(3) 2
(4)
1
52. Two lines AB and CD intersect each other at
point O. If AOC + COB + BOD = 295°, then
AOC : BOC equals
59. The negative solutions of the equation ax + by +
c = 0 always lie in the
(1)
(1)
13 : 23
(2)
23 : 13
(3)
(3)
33 : 13
(4)
13 : 33
53. In the given figure, if BA || CD, then the measure of
BOC is
60. If p is a number such that p 2 is irrational and p 4 is
rational, then the value of p can be
B
4
(1)
4
(2)
2
A
63°
4
(3)
8
(4)
4 16
O
61. If AOB is a line segment, then the value of a is
D
22°
C
M
(1) 95°
(2) 85°
40°
(3) 41°
(4) 105°
A
30°
B
O
a – d
b – c
c + d
4
15
2
6
14
54. If
3(
x
 5)
y
2
2
z,
20°
5
2
6
 19
4
15
where x, y and z are integers, then the value of
(x 2 + y 2 – z 2 ) equals
(1) 100°
(2) 135°
(3) 150°
(4) 140°
(1)
1
(2)
–1
(3)
0
(4)
2
55. a
If
and
b
are positive integers such that
62. In the given figure, if PAQ and PBR are equilateral
triangles and APR = QPB, then which of the
following is true?
a 3 – b 3 = 61, then the value of ab is
P
(1)
20
(2)
15
A
B
(3)
35
(4)
63
56. If a linear equation has solutions (2, 2), (0, 0) and
(4, 4), then it is of the form
Q
R
(1)
x – y = 0
(2)
x + y = 0
(1)
PQB  PAR
(2) PBQ  PAR
(3)
–2x + y = 0
(4)
–x + 2y = 0
(3)
BQP  PAR
(4) QBP  PAR
6
a – b
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63. The greatest prime factor of 4 8 – 3 8 is
68. On factorising the expression
(1) 7
 2  121 2  2
1
(2) 13
1
,
abc
a
b
c
ab
bc
ca
(3) 337
we get
(4) 5
64. If a is complement of itself and b is supplement of
an obtuse angle, then the sum of a and b is always
121


(1)
111



 
abc


 
(1) Greater than 144°
(2) Greater than 135°
(1
 a)(2

bc)(1
)
(2)
(3) Less than 135°
abc
(4) An acute angle
(1
 ab)(

2)(1
c )
4
1/5
(3)
65. If
x
 (1020  256 )
, then x equals
abc
(1) 12
12 

2

2
(2) 8
(4)
111



8
 
abc


 
(3) 4
(4) 2
66. If we multiply or divide both sides of a linear
equation with a non-zero number, then the solution
of the linear equation
69. In the given figure, EF || AG and DC is a line
segment. The value of (2QEP + STC – PVU) is
always equal to
B
(1) Changes
R
F
(2) Remains the same
Q
S
E
(3) Changes in case of multiplication only
C
P
T
(4) Changes in case of division only
y
x
G
67. In the given figure, PQR is a triangle in which PS is
the bisector of QPR such that S lies on QR. If T
is a point on PR such that PQT  SRT, then the
sum of the measures of PST, PTQ and POQ
is
U
V
42°
A
D
(1)
180° + y + x
P
(2) 4x – y – 306°
(3)
y – 4x – 180°
Q
(4)
y + x – 360°
O
T
S
70. p(x) is any polynomial of degree 3 such that
p(1) = 3, p(2) = 4 and p(3) = 5. If p(x) is divided by
(x 2 – 4x + 3), then the remainder obtained is
(1)
x + 2
(2)
x – 2
R
(3)
0
(1) 252°
(2) 216°
(4)
7
(3) 180°
(4) 144°
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MENTAL
ABILITY

Directions (Q.71 & Q.72): Based on the given keyboard image answer the following questions:

71. Which of the following alphabets are missing from the given keyboard?

 (1) S, R, K, O and E (2) E, R, S, O and Z (3) O, R, E, V and H (4) H, O, S, R and E

72. A password is created from the missing letters such that the consonants and the vowels occupy the alternate positions only and are arranged in descending order. Find the password.

 (1) OSREH (2) SOREH (3) HEROS (4) HORSE

73. Find the mirror image of the given figure.

(1)

(3)

(2)

(4)

74. Find the missing number in the given pattern.

2
1890
2
?
6
30
(1) 210
(2)
150
(3) 1690
(4) 870

75. In the following figure, how many shapes are possible?

(1) Less than 15

(2) More than 14 but less than 20

(3) More than 19 but less than 25

(4) More than 24

76. Find the next term of the series:

D6W, F15U, H28S, J45Q, ?

77.

(1) L67O

(2) M65N

(3) L66O

(4) M67N

 11 1 3 1 5 : :: : :: : 6 5 10 7 14

3

(1)

(3)

1

7

9

1

, 16

6

11

,

17

::

:

(2)

(4)

1

11

1

9

, 22

11

9

, 18

78. Find the missing term of the series:

2BD6, 4EI14, 6HN22, 8KS30, ?

79.

(1) 10XN38

(2) 10NX38

(3) 10NY38

(4) 10NW38

 1 : 2 11 : :: 1 : 4 5 15 6 6 7 21 1 (1) 5 1 (3) 7

::

::

?

:

5

24

(2)

(4)

1

6

1

8

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 80. ? (1) (2) (3) (4) 81. Choose the odd one out from the following: (1) (2) (3) (4) 82.
 Mountain Height (in ft.) Cho Oyu 26,906 Manaslu 26,781 Lhotse 27,094 Makalu 27,766 Annapurna 26,545 Kangchenjunga 28,169 Dhaulagiri 26,795

(1) Dhaulagiri < Makalu < Manaslu < Cho Oyu (2) Dhaulagiri < Makalu < Manaslu < Lhotse (3) Annapurna < Mansalu < Makalu < Lhotse

(4)

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Choose the correct alternative to complete the matrix:

Read the given information carefully and choose the correct increasing order of heights of following mountains.

Annapurna < Manaslu < Makalu < Kangchenjunga

83.

84.

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798532

24
?

869424

 (1) 26 (2) 32 (3) 28 (4) 30

In a fine morning, Henry started skating on a circular track from point A by following the path as shown in figure (here A, C and B, D are diametrically opposite pairs of points). At the time of starting, his shadow was lying to his right. When he reached at point B his shadow was exactly behind of him. At which of the following point, his shadow was lying exactly in front of him?

Skating Track

B
C
A
D

(1) Between point B and point C

(2) At point D

(3) Between point C and point A

(4) At point C

 (1) (2) (3) (4)
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 86. (1) (2) (3) (4) 87. (1) 45 (2) 43 (3) 54 (4) 44

If (a ¢ b) ø = a 2 + b + ab and c \$ = 2(c + 1), then value of (2 \$ ¢ 1) ø is equal to

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Avnit got 5 marks less than the maximum marks in Computer Science. He got 8 marks more in Mathematics than Hindi. The difference of marks in Computer Science and Chemistry is 8. If he got 93 marks in English which is 2 marks less than Computer Science and 5 marks less than Mathematics, then aggregate marks in Chemistry and Hindi is

 (1) 88.5 (2) 177 (3) 182 (4) 188

In a class test Tina is ranked 3 ranks after Neha, who is ranked 7 th from the top. Tina is 7 ranks ahead of Manvi. If the rank of Tina from the last is 25 th , then the rank of Manvi from the last is

 (1) 17 th (2) 18 th (3) 20 th (4) 19 th

The number which replaces the '?' in following pattern is

36
9
99
72
?
42
27
54
63
 (1) 117 (2) 107 (3) 127 (4) 97

88.

89.

90.

10