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Question paper for Hauts squad (classes 11 th -12 th ) TEAM DETAILS: Names of Candidates
Question paper for Hauts squad (classes 11 th -12 th ) TEAM DETAILS: Names of Candidates
Question paper for Hauts squad (classes 11 th -12 th )
TEAM DETAILS:
Names of Candidates
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2
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3
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Team Registration No: ____________________________________
Name of School: ____________________________________
Place:
State
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City
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INSTRUCTIONS:

  • 1. Candidates must fill the Team Details above before starting to attempt the questions.

  • 2. This Question Paper consists of 6 parts and carries a total of 100 Marks.

  • 3. NO Question contains negative marking.

  • 4. Each section contains details on how to attempt the question of that section and the marks that they carry.

  • 5. ALL ANSWERS must be written in the answer space provided at the end of this booklet. No extra space will be provided.

  • 6. ALL ANSWERS must be clear and legible. In case of any ambiguity, the decision of the evaluator is final.

A-Comprehension

This section consists of 4 questions. Each question carries 2.5 marks.

2.5 x 4 = 10 Marks

Hostel Manas of IITG has two wings, the east wing and the west wing. Some east wing rooms but not all, have an River view. All west wing rooms have a sports complex (S C) view. The charge for all rooms is identical except for the following. There is an extra charge for all S C view rooms on or above third floor. There is an extra charge for all river view rooms except those without balcony. Some S C view rooms on the first two floors and some east wing rooms without River view have A\C facilities for which there is an extra charge. Only the River view and S C view rooms have balconies.

  • 1.1 A guest may avoid an extra charge by requesting

    • (a) A west wing room on one of the first two floors.

    • (b) A west wing room on the fourth floor without balcony.

    • (c) An River view room without balcony.

    • (d) Any room without A\C.

  • 1.2 Which of the following must be true if all conditions are as stated?

    • (a) All rooms above the third floor involves extra charges.

    • (b) No room without an River or S C view or A\C facilities involves extra charge.

    • (c) There is no extra charge for an east wing room without River view.

    • (d) There is no extra charge for any room without A\C facilities.

  • 1.3 Which of the following must be false if all conditions are as stated?

    • (a) some River viewing rooms do not involve an extra charge

    • (b) all rooms with A\c facilities involve an extra charge

    • (c) some west viewing rooms above the second floor do not involve an extra charge.

    • (d) none of the above.

  • 1.4 Which of the following can not be determined on the basis of the information given?

    • (a) whether there are any rooms without a balcony for which extra charge is imposed

    • (b) whether any room without A\C or a view involves an extra charge

    • (c) whether two extra charges are imposed for any room

    • (d) none of the above

  • B- Have Fun

    This section consists of (10+1) questions. Each of the 10 questions carries one mark.The last question (unscrambling the word) carries three marks. ( 1 x 10) + 3 = 13

    Write down the answer and write the first letter of each answer in the box provided alongside

    unless otherwise specified:

    B- Have Fun This section consists of (10+1) questions. Each of the 10 questions carries one
    • 1. ‘White forests’ are known as:____________________________________________________

    • 2. Nobel prize winner for photoelectric effect (First letter of second name): ____________________________________________________

    B- Have Fun This section consists of (10+1) questions. Each of the 10 questions carries one
    • 3. Amsterdam is the capital

    B- Have Fun This section consists of (10+1) questions. Each of the 10 questions carries one

    of: _________________________________________________________________________

    B- Have Fun This section consists of (10+1) questions. Each of the 10 questions carries one
    • 4. A Biological catalyst is called: ___________________________________________________

    B- Have Fun This section consists of (10+1) questions. Each of the 10 questions carries one
    • 5. Kerninghan and Richtie developed this language: ____________________________________

    B- Have Fun This section consists of (10+1) questions. Each of the 10 questions carries one
    • 6. The highest Indian gallantry award: _______________________________________________

    • 7. The singer of the official song of 1998 FIFA world cup (First letter of first name): ______________________________________________________

    B- Have Fun This section consists of (10+1) questions. Each of the 10 questions carries one
    B- Have Fun This section consists of (10+1) questions. Each of the 10 questions carries one
    • 8. The nuclear bomb dropped on Nagasaki: ___________________________________________

    B- Have Fun This section consists of (10+1) questions. Each of the 10 questions carries one
    • 9. The Famous awards that are given at the Kodak Theatre,LA: ___________________________

    B- Have Fun This section consists of (10+1) questions. Each of the 10 questions carries one

    10. The largest archipelago: ________________________________________________________

    Unscramble the encircled letter to make a meaningful 10 letter word.

    B- Have Fun This section consists of (10+1) questions. Each of the 10 questions carries one

    C- Play with Numbers

    This section consists of 7 questions. Each question carries five marks.

    5 x 7 = 35 Mark

    • 1. In a factory there are 13 machines that produces tablets(medicines).Out of the 13 ,12 of them are produce tablets of exact weight, the other one produces tablets that weigh 1gm less. All the machines are numbered from 1 to 13.In how many minimum chances (chances refers to the number of times you use the balance) can you find out the faulty machine if you are given a balance that displays the weight digitally.

    • 2. Can you use all 9 numerals - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 - above and below a fraction symbol, to create a fraction equalling 1/3 (one third)?

    • 3. Find the smallest number such that When I divide it by 2, the remainder is 1. When I divide it by 3, the remainder is 2. When I divide it by 4, the remainder is 3. When I divide it by 5, the remainder is 4. When I divide it by 6, the remainder is 5. When I divide it by 7, the remainder is 6. When I divide it by 8, the remainder is 7. When I divide it by 9, the remainder is 8. When I divide it by 10, the remainder is 9. It's not a small number, but it's not really big, either!!!

    • 4. Find the missing number:

    C- Play with Numbers This section consists of 7 questions. Each question carries five marks .
    • 5. I am looking for a number consisting of 9 digits such that the digits from 1 to 9 appear only once. The number is divisible by 9, but when the right most digit is removed, the remaining number is divisible by 8. Again, when the right most digit is removed, the remaining number is divisible by 7. This property is maintained until the last remaining number of one digit which is divisible by 1.What is the original 9-digit number?

    • 6. In a race course there are 5 tracks .In how many minimum number of chances can you find out the fastest three horses, if there were 25 horses initially.

    • 7. What 5-digit number has the following features? If we put numeral 1 at the beginning, we get a number three times smaller, than if we gave the numeral 1 behind this number.

    D-Miscellaneous logic

    This section consists of 10 questions. Marks allotted to each question are written alongside the question.

    21 Marks

    • 1. How would a circle look in 2-Dimensional world :

    1 Mark

    • 2. Having 2 sand-glasses: one 7-minute and the second one 4-minute. What is the least number of rotations that you require to correctly time 9 minutes. How?

     

    2.5

    Marks

    • 3. Rearrange the following to make the name of a noted personality - Hall, tie, ford! (Any punctuation is only there to throw you off.)

     
    • 2 Marks

    • 4. One of Mr. Sonu, his wife, their son, and Mr. Sonu's mother is a doctor and another is a lawyer.

      • a) If the doctor is younger than the lawyer, then the doctor and the lawyer are not Blood relatives.

      • b) If the doctor is a woman, then the doctor and the lawyer are blood relatives.

      • c) If the lawyer is a man, then the doctor is a man.

    Whose occupation you know?

    2.5 Marks

    • 5. A cable, 16 meters in length, hangs between two pillars that are both 15 meters high. The ends of the cable are attached to the tops of the pillars. At its lowest point, the cable hangs 7 meters above the ground. How far are the two pillars apart?

    • 6. In the following figure:

    A

    D

    B

    G

    E

    C

    F

    • 2 Marks

    Any seven digits from 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 is:

    a) Represented by a different letter in the figure above. b) Positioned in the figure above so that A*B*C, B*G*E, and D*E*F are equal.

    Which digit does G represent?

    • 7. Rearrange the following to make the name of a noted personality - Uncrown this chill. (Any punctuation is only there to throw you off.)

     

    2

    Marks

    • 8. A blind beggar had a brother who died. But the person who died did not have a brother! How was the blind beggar related to the person who died?

     

    2

    Marks

    • 9. Three criminals were arrested for shop lifting. However, when interrogated only one told the truth in both his statements, while the other two each told one true statement and one lie. The statements were:

    A

    :(a)C passed the merchandise.

    (b)B created the diversion.

    B

    :(a)A passed the merchandise.

    (b)I created the diversion.

    C

    :(a)I took the goods out of the shop.

    (b)B passed them over.

    Who told the truth in both his statements?

     

    2

    Marks

    10. Rearrange the following to make the name of a noted personality- I boss, I melon, I nut. (Any punctuation is only there to throw you off.)

    2.5 Marks

    E-Practical Observations

    This section consists of 5 questions. Each question carries one mark.

    • 1. The sky appears blue because:

    3x 2 = 6

    Marks

    • 2. A completely filled narrow necked bottle of water has to be emptied at the quickest possible rate. What should be the angle of inclination of the bottle with respect to horizontal?

    • 3. On heating we know that Liquids change to gases. But in your kitchen you must have observed that the watery dough for DOSA becomes DOSA that you eat. Explain why?

    F- Bee Hive

    This section contains one question with 15 Marks.

    The Rules go as follows:

    • There are 21 rows (7 in each direction).

    • Place the digits 1 to 7 in the empty cells so that there is no repetition of of the 21 rows.

    digits in any

    • No digit should be repeated in each of the seven groups indicated by the highlighted circles

    E-Practical Observations This section consists of 5 questions. Each question carries one mark . 1. The

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