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PATTERN & MARKING SCHEME

Section (1) Mathematics (2) Achievers' Section

No. of Questions 45 5

Marks per Ques. 1 3

Mathematics

Q 1.

er

in

Find the sum of place values of 4 and 3 in 33496458.

a

Tr

A 33044

B 33400400

ad

C 30430040

pi

D 33040400

m

ly

Q 2.

O

Compare and put the correct sign in the box using '<', '>' or '='.

F

SO

A >

B <

C =

D None of these

Q 3.

C 4 thousands and 2 ones

Q 4.

A 256

B 640

C 1120

D 2036

er

Q 5.

a in

Mohit bought 2000 apples. He sold 400 of them and put the rest equally to 40 boxes.

Tr

How many apples are there in each box?

ad

A 40

pi

B 30

m

C 20

ly

D None of these

O

F

Q 6.

SO

Mrs Neetu baked 422 cakes last month. She bakes 24 more cakes this month. How many

cakes did she bake in two months?

A 868

B 848

C 768

D 762

Q 7.

A 191.29

B 1.9129

C 2.9121

D 19.129

Q 8.

Meenal has red, white and blue ribbons. There are 14 red ribbons. White ribbons are

twice the number of red ribbons. Blue ribbons are thrice the number of red ribbons. How

many ribbons had she in all?

A 86

B 84

C 76

er

D 94

a in

Q 9. Tr

Rahul has 4 friends. He has 8 balls and 16 chocolates. He distributed the balls and

chocolates equally among his friends. Which of the following number sentences could be

ad

used to show the number of balls and chocolates Rahul gave to each of his friends?

pi

A (8 ÷ 4) + (16 ÷ 4)

m

B (8 × 4) + (16 × 4)

ly

O

C 8 + 16

F

D None of these

SO

Q 10.

Joy needs to drive 764 kilometers. Yesterday, he drove 229 kilometers. Today, he drove

326 kilometers. How many kilometers Joy still has to drive?

A 209

B 204

C 192

D 189

Q 11.

Simplify :

Q 12.

How many hexagons must be shaded so that 4/5 of the figure is unshaded?

er

a in

Tr

A 5

ad

B 10

pi

C 15

m

D 20

ly

O

Q 13.

F

SO

A 2 nd multiple of 435

B 10 th multiple of 87

C Both A and B

D None of these

Q 14.

Suhani had 2.765 kg of rice and her friend had 5.649 kg of pulses. How much weight did

they both have altogether?

A 8.414 kg

B 8.219 kg

C 7.803 kg

D 8.915 kg

Q 15.

A 3

B 4

C 1

er

D None of these

a in

Q 16.

Tr

If 225 bags of rice weighs 148050 kg, then what is the weight of 15 such bags?

ad

A 9870 kg

pi

B 8970 kg

m

ly

C 658 kg

O

D None of these

F

SO

Q 17.

Mohit had a rope of length 8.35 metres. He cut off 2.6 metres of rope. How long was the

piece of rope left with him?

A 5.65 metres

B 5.75 metres

C 6.65 metres

D 6.75 metres

Q 18.

Sakshi started walking at 5:25 a.m. in a park. She walked for 75 minutes and took 25

minutes rest. At what time will she be at her home, if she took 15 minutes to come back

from the park?

A 7 : 05 a.m.

B 6 : 55 a.m.

C 7 : 20 a.m.

D 6 : 40 a.m.

Q 19.

If the length and breadth of a rectangle are halved, then its perimeter is __________.

A Doubled

B Remain unchanged

C Halved

er

D None of these

a in

Q 20.

Tr

ad

pi

A 100

m

ly

B 7

O

C 70

F

D 700

SO

Q 21.

A 15 square units

B 21 square units

C 27 square units

D 35 square units

Q 22.

Saurav drew a figure with one vertex, one curved face and at least one flat face. Which

of the following figures did Saurav draw?

er

in

Q 23.

a

Tr

Study the given bar graph which shows the number of residents residing at 6 different

places and answer the following questions.

ad

pi

m

ly

O

F

SO

A 3000

B 3500

C 3400

D 4000

Q 24.

Study the given bar graph which shows the number of residents residing at 6 different

places and answer the following questions.

There were 4100 residents residing at ___________.

A Gurgaon

B Hari nagar

C Lajpat nagar

D Noida

er

in

Q 25.

a

Tr

Mrs Kaushik bought 850 oranges. Out of which 39 oranges were rotten and she had

thrown away. She sold 319 oranges and packed the rest equally into boxes each

ad

containing 12 oranges. How many such boxes of oranges did she have ?

pi

A 41

m

B 31

ly

C 44

O

D 34

F

SO

Q 26.

A 120 cm 2

B 124 cm 2

C 122 cm 2

D 138 cm 2

Q 27.

Find the difference between the greatest and the smallest 8-digit numbers formed by

using the digits 7, 4, 2, 8, 6, 1, 5, 0 (using each digit only once).

A 77408532

B 7470838

C 6434534

D 57408532

er

Q 28.

in

70 litres of grape juice serves to 40 children. How much quantity of grape juice is needed

a

to serve 160 children?

Tr

A 280 litres

ad

B 240 litres

pi

C 320 litres

m

D 220 litres

ly

O

Q 29.

F

SO

Mohan read 1/3 of a book. If he read further 40 pages, then he would have read 2/3 of

the book. How many pages were there in the book?

A 112

B 134

C 120

D 138

Q 30.

Ajay is 9.8 kg heavier than Varun. Varun is 12.2 kg lighter than Nihal. What is the weight

of Ajay?

A 128 kg

B 131 kg

C 120 kg

D 141 kg

Q 31.

In 34568925, the place value of the digit '4' is how many times the face value of the digit

'8'?

A 500000

B 500

C 5000000

er

D 5000

a in

Q 32.

Tr

The length of the given rectangle is increased by 6 cm.

ad

pi

m

ly

O

A 36.5 cm

F

B 37.5 cm

SO

C 53.2 cm

D 25.2 cm

Q 33.

2 tomatoes cost ₹ 15, 4 bananas cost ₹ 27 and 3 carrots cost ₹ 51. If Saksham buys 8

tomatoes, 11 carrots and 2 dozen bananas, then how much did he get back, if he gave ₹

2000 to shopkeeper?

A ₹ 1591

B ₹ 1527

C ₹ 952

D ₹ 762

Q 34.

Number X is a common multiple of 9 and 7. It lies between 1100 and 1200. What is the

number X?

A 1242

B 1197

C 1120

D 1136

Q 35.

er

in

Find the perimeter of the figure, if the area of square B is 64 cm 2 .

A 72 cm

a

Tr

B 62 cm

ad

C 58 cm

pi

D 64 cm

m

ly

Q 36.

O

Anjana scored a total of 310 marks in Science, Mathematics, Hindi and English. She

F

scored 70 marks in English, 64 marks in Hindi and 82 marks in Science. How much more

SO

A 30

B 32

C 20

D 28

Q 37.

There are total 45 horses and soldiers in a troop. If the total number of legs in the troop

is 110, then how many soldiers are there in the troop?

A 40

B 28

C 35

D 23

Q 38.

If 25.5 litres of milk costs ₹ 1593.75, then what is the cost of 16.5 litres of milk?

A ₹ 1320.50

B ₹ 1031.25

C ₹ 1280.75

D None of these

er

Q 39.

a in

Find the minimum number of squares that must be shaded, so that the given figure has a

Tr

line of symmetry?

ad

pi

m

A 1

ly

O

B 3

F

C 0

SO

D 2

Q 40.

At the time of breakfast, the outside temperature was 35°C At lunch time, it had gone up

by 8°C, and then at the dinner time it had gone down by 5°C What was the temperature

at dinner time?

A 32°C

B 39°C

C 38°C

D 40°C

Q 41.

A tree is 15 m tall. The height of a flag pole is 3/5 times the height of the tree. What is

their total height?

Q 42.

Mohan brushes his teeth thrice a day. How many times does he brush his teeth in a leap

year?

er

in

A 365

B 730

a

Tr

C 1095

ad

D 1098

pi

m

Q 43.

ly

O

F

SO

A ∠ DAB

B ∠ ADC

C ∠ ABC

D ∠ DCB

Q 44.

Which of the following statements is false?

D All of these

er

Q 45.

in

Rounded off (423875.5 - 6519.5) to the nearest thousands.

a

Tr

A 418000

ad

B 417000

pi

C 417300

m

D 317530

ly

O

Achievers' Section

F

Q 46.

SO

A 90

B 72

C 56

D 91

Q 47.

Kashish went for shopping with Rs. 5000. She spent 1/4 of her money on clothes and 1/3

of the remaining amount of money on footwears.

(A) How much amount of money is spent on clothes and footwears together?

(B) Find the amount of money left with her after shopping.

(A) (B)

Q 48.

er

a in

Tr

ad

pi

A 240 g

m

B 210 g

ly

C 320 g

O

D 220 g

F

SO

Q 49.

Which of the following statements about the given figures (not drawn to scale) is

INCORRECT?

D None of these

Q 50.

Study the given line graph which shows the capacity of petrol Mohit used while travelling

from City X to City Y from April to August and answer the following questions.

(A) How much more capacity of petrol was used in August than in May?

(B) What fraction of the total capacity of petrol used in July?

(A) (B)

A 20000 mL 7/26

er

B 22000 mL 8/29

in

C 10000 mL 7/27

a

Tr

D 25000 mL 9/36

ad

pi

m

ly

Answers

O

Mathematics

1.B 2.B 3.C 4.B 5.A 6.A 7.D 8.B 9.A 10.A 11.C 12.A 13.C 14.A 15.D

F

16.A 17.B 18.C 19.C 20.C 21.C 22.C 23.C 24.B 25.A 26.B 27.A 28.A

29.C 30.D 31.A 32.D 33.A 34.B 35.D 36.A 37.C 38.B 39.D 40.C 41.D

SO

Achievers' Section

46.D 47.D 48.A 49.A 50.A

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