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INSTRUCTIONS
(i) The question paper consists of 3 parts (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics).
(ii) All questions are compulsory.
(iii) Each question carries 4 marks.
(iv) For every wrong answer, 1 mark shall be deducted from total score.

PART-I (PHYSICS)

5
1. Two containers, A and B contains a liquid of density and respectively upto height H. P and Q are the
4
3H
points inside the liquid into container A and B where pressure exerted is same. If point P lies depth below
4
the liquid surface, then the point Q lie

3H
4
H
P Q

Container-A Container-B

2H 3H
(1) below the liquid surface in container B (2) above the bottom of container B
5 5

2H 3H
(3) above the bottom of container B (4) below the liquid surface in container B
5 4

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2. If a heavier body and a lighter body attract each other due to gravitational force acting between them, then
the
(1) Speed of lighter body changes at faster rate than the speed of heavier body
(2) Speed of heavier body changes at faster rate than the speed of lighter body
(3) Speed of both lighter and heavier body changes at same rate
(4) Speed of both lighter and heavier body remains constant.
3. A block is kept stationary by pressing it with a force F against a vertical wall. The direction of frictional force
acting on the block is

## Vertical rough wall

F
Block at rest

(1) Along the applied force (2) Opposite to the direction of applied force
(3) Along the weight of block (4) Opposite to the direction of weight of block
4. The time period of waveform shown below is 1 millisecond. If speed of sound is 250 m/s, then value of AD is
Displacement

OA
B C D

Distance(m)
1
(1) m (2) 8 m
8
3
(3) m (4) 12 m
8
5. The bob of a simple pendulum is released from point A at time t = 0. If the frequency of pendulum is
1.25 Hz then the position of bob at time t = 5

t=0
C A

B
(1) A (2) B
(3) C (4) Between B and C
6. Choose the correct option for the decreasing order of electrical conductivity of following materials.
(1) Silver > glass > salt water (2) Salt water > silver > glass
(3) Silver > salt water > glass (4) Glass > salt water > silver
7. A particle has 5 excessive electrons present on it. The charge on particle is
(1) 1.6 1019 C (2) 1.6 1019 C
(3) 8 1018 C (4) 8 1019 C

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## 8. The milky way galaxy is a type of

(1) Spiral galaxy (2) Elliptical galaxy
(3) Irregular galaxy (4) Cassiopeia galaxy
9. An object is approaching a plane mirror with a speed 20 cm/s. If at time t = 0 the distance between object
and its image is 2 m, then what will be the distance between object and its image after 3 s?
(1) 1.4 m (2) 2.8 m
(3) 0.8 m (4) 1.6 m
10. The defect of vision in which a person can see the far off objects clearly but cannot see the nearby objects
clearly
(1) Short sightedness (2) Far sightedness
(3) Presbyopia (4) Cataract

PART-II (CHEMISTRY)

11. All of the following polymers are commonly found in human body except
(1) Proteins (2) DNA
(3) Cellulose (4) Glycogen
12. Consider the following statements :
Statement-1 : Thermocol is a common polystyrene.
Statement-2 : Bakelite is a thermoplastic which is used for making electrical switches and television cabinets.
Now, choose the correct option :
(1) Both the statements are correct (2) Only statement-1 is correct
(3) Both the statements are incorrect (4) Only statement-2 is correct
13. Consider the following chemical equations
CuSO4 + X XSO4 + Cu
FeSO4 + X XSO4 + Fe
X is
(1) Nickel (2) Silver
(3) Mercury (4) Zinc
14. Consider the following oxides :
(i) CO2
(ii) CO
(iii) SO2
(iv) Al2O3
Which of them is/are neutral?
(1) Both (i) & (ii) (2) Only (ii)
(3) Both (ii) & (iii) (4) Only (iv)
15. Which of the following factors is not responsible for the corrosion of copper?
(1) Atmospheric oxygen (2) Atmospheric moisture
(3) Atmospheric carbon dioxide (4) Atmospheric hydrogen

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16. Heating coal in the absence or in the limited supply of air, three main products are obtained. All the following
are those products, except
(1) Coke (2) Coal tar
(3) Charcoal (4) Coal gas
17. A gaseous petroleum product X is used as cooking fuel in its liquefied form. The main constituent(s) of X
is/are
(1) Methane (2) Propane and butane
(3) Methane and propane (4) Butane and methane
18. Consider the given figure
Zone A (Light blue)

Zone B (Yellow)

Zone C (Black)

The correct order of increasing temperature of the given zones of a candle flame is
(1) A < B < C (2) A < C < B
(3) C < B < A (4) C < A < B
19. The calorific values of two fuels A and B is 33000 kJ/kg and 50000 kJ/kg. If 50 g of A and 100 g of B is burnt
completely, then the total amount of heat obtained is
(1) 1650 kJ (2) 5000 kJ
(3) 3650 kJ (4) 6650 kJ
20. Now a days, the head of a match stick contains a mixture of
(1) Powdered glass and potassium chlorate
(2) Potassium chlorate and antimony trisulphide
(3) Powdered glass and red phosphorus
(4) Powdered glass, white phosphorus and sulphur

PART-III (MATHEMATICS)
3 7 1
21. In a class, of the students are boys and the rest are girls. If of the boys and of the girls are absent,
7 9 2
then what part of the total number of students present?

13 8
(1) (2)
21 21

43 11
(3) (4)
126 21
22. Which of the following is the largest?
(1) (0.2)2 (2) 0.0004
(3) (0.02)2 (4) 0.16

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23. In the given figure, B, C, D and E are the points on the circle and AF is a line. The measure of BCA is

B
E
40

A C D F

## (1) 50 (2) 140

(3) 40 (4) 120
24. The age of a man is same as his wifes age with the digits reversed. If the man is 9 years older than his wife
and the sum of their ages is 55 years, then the age of the man is
(1) 23 years (2) 43 years
(3) 32 years (4) 34 years
25. If 8x = 3y = 48z(x, y, z 0), then which of the following is always true?
1 1 1 1 1 1
(1) (2)
4 x 3 y 3z 4 x 3 y 3z
1 1 1 1 1 1
(3) (4)
3 x 4 y 4z 3 x 4 y 4z
26. A regular hexagon is inscribed in a circle of radius 8 cm. The perimeter of the regular hexagon is
(1) 24 cm (2) 96 cm
(3) 48 cm (4) 64 cm
27. If x is the mean of 5, 4, 3, 7, 8, 5, 4, 6, 9 and y is the median of 5, 4, 3, 7, 8, 5, 4, 6, 9, x, then the value
of (x + y) is
(1) 11 (2) 12
(3) 10 (4) 9
28. 20 litres of a mixture contains alcohol and water in the ratio 2 : 3. If 4 litres of water is mixed in it, then the
difference of percentage of alcohol and water in the new mixture can be

1 1
(1) 20 % (2) 33 %
3 3
(3) 30% (4) 50%
29. (x8 y8) (x2 4xy + 3y2) equals

( x y )2 ( x 2 y 2 )( x 4 y 4 ) ( x y )( x y )( x 2 y 2 )( x 4 y 4 )
(1) (2)
( x 3y ) ( x 2y )( x 3 y )

( x y )( x 2 y 2 )( x 4 y 4 ) ( x y )( x 2 y 2 )( x 4 y 4 )
(3) (4)
( x 3y ) ( x 2y )
3A
30. If B 7 , where A, B and C are digits, then the value of (A2 + B2 C2) is
1 CB 6
(1) 44 (2) 64
(3) 68 (4) 69

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## Integrated Course for Olympiads & Class VIII - 2017

HINTS & SOLUTIONS

PART-I (PHYSICS)
1. Answer (3)
PP = PQ

3H 5
g gh '
4 4

3H
h' below liquid surface
5

## or H 3H 2H above the bottom of container B.

5 5
2. Answer (1)
3. Answer (4)
4. Answer (3)
T = 103 s

3
AD
2

V
T
250 1
m
1000 4
3 1 3
AD m
2 4 8

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5. Answer (2)
= 1.25 Hz

1
T 0.8 s
1.25

5
Number of oscillations in 5 s = = 6.25
0.8

1
Position of bob in oscillation is A
4
6. Answer (3)
7. Answer (4)
Charge present on an electron = 1.6 1019 C
Net charge = 5 1.6 1019 C = 8 1019 C
8. Answer (1)
9. Answer (3)
VOI = 2 VOM = 2 20 = 40 cm/s
Distance cover in 3 s = 3 40 = 120 cm
Distance between object and image after 3 s = 200 120 = 80 cm = 0.8 m.
10. Answer (2)

PART-II (CHEMISTRY)
11. Answer (3)
12. Answer (2)
13. Answer (4)
Hint : Zinc is more reactive than both Cu and Fe.
14. Answer (2)
15. Answer (4)
16. Answer (3)
17. Answer (2)
18. Answer (3)
19. Answer (4)
For fuel A,
1 kg (1000 g) burns to produce 33000 kJ heat
33000 50
50 g burns and produces 1650 kJ heat
1000
For fuel B,
1 kg (1000 g) of fuel B produces 50000 kJ heat
50000 100
100 g of fuel B will produce = 5000 kJ heat
1000
Total heat produced = 5000 + 1650 = 6650 kJ
20. Answer (2)

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PART-III (MATHEMATICS)

## 21. Answer (2)

22. Answer (4)
23. Answer (3)
24. Answer (3)
25. Answer (4)
Let 8x = 3y = 48z = k.
23x = 3y = (24 3)z = k
1 1 1
y z
2 k 3x , 3k and 48 = 24 3= k

1
24 3 k z
4 1 1
k 3x k y k z

4 1 1

k 3x y
kz

4 1 1

3x y z
1 1 1

3 x 4 y 4z
26. Answer (3)
27. Answer (1)
28. Answer (2)
2
Amount of alcohol in the original mixture = 20 8 litres
5
3
Amount of water in the original mixture = 20 12 litres
5
Total amount of new mixture = (20 + 4) litres
= 24 litres
8
Percentage of alcohol in the new mixture = 100%
24
1
= 33 %
3
(12 4)
Percentage of water in the new mixture = 100%
24
2
= 66 %
3
2 1
Required % = 66 33 %
3 3
100 1
= % 33 %
3 3

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30. Answer (3)

3A
Given B7
1 CB 6

## Here, A is a number such that A 7 is a number whose units digit is 6.

Such number is possible only when A = 8.

38
B7
1 CB 6

## Since the product is 1CB6, therefore B can be 2, 3 or 4.

Now, 38 27 = 1026,
38 37 = 1406
38 47 = 1786
But 38 27 = 1026 only satisfies the given cryptarithm.
B = 2 and C = 0
A2 + B2 C2 = 82 + 22 02 = 68.

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