Model Paper – 2


50 Questions MCQ Test Mathematical Olympiad Class 8 | Model Paper – 2


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QUESTION: 1

If in a certain code, ‘when’ means ‘x’, ‘you’ means ‘÷’,’come’ means ‘–’ and ‘will’ means ‘+’, then what will be the value of “8 when 12 will 16 you 2 come 10” ?

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QUESTION: 2

How many numbers from 11 to 50 are there, which are exactly divisible by 7 but not by 3?

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QUESTION: 3

The given table shows the ticket prices of an amusement park. Mohit sells tickets to 7 adults, 15 youth and 10 children. How much does he earn?

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= (7*20) + (15*15) + (10*10)

= 140 + 225 + 100

= 465

QUESTION: 4

Rahul bought 4 packets of notebook papers for school last year. Each packet contained 50 notebook papers. He used about 20 notebook papers every week. Find the number of notebook papers Rahul was left with after 7 weeks?

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QUESTION: 5

Priyanka is shorter than Shikha and longer than Sneha. If Sneha is longer than Yukti, who is the shortest among them?

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QUESTION: 6

If ‘paper’ is called ‘wood’, ‘wood’ is called ‘straw’, ‘straw’ is called ‘grass’, ‘grass’ is called ‘rubber’ and ‘rubber’ is called ‘cloth’, what is furniture made up of ?

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QUESTION: 7

Ranbir is sixth from the left end and Vikram is tenth from the right end in a row of boys. If there are eight boys between Ranbir and Vikram, how many boys are there in a row?

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QUESTION: 8

How many squares are there in the given figure?

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QUESTION: 9

Which pair of eagle pictures shows reflection?

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QUESTION: 10

A parent group is planning an awards dinner for students, teachers and parents. The parent group plans to seat the guests around a circular table that has seating for 30. The guests will be seated in the order of student, teacher, and parent in a repeating pattern. Who will be the 23rd guest?

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QUESTION: 11

A community swimming pool is open on different days depending on the air temperature. The given table shows the air temperature on different days. The dates listed in the table show that the pool was closed on July 1, August 1 and October 1. If the pool was open on all the other dates listed, which of the following statements best describes the air temperature when the pool is open?

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QUESTION: 12

Choose the correct mirror image of Figure (X), when the mirror is placed along PQ.

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QUESTION: 13

Which one of the following diagrams best illustrates the three classes : “Sailor, Ship, Ocean” ?

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QUESTION: 14

If 1st and 26th, 2nd and 25th, 3rd and 24th, and so on, the letters of the English alphabet are paired, which of the following pairs is correct?

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QUESTION: 15

Rohan plans to make a display by stacking cans. The top 3 rows are shown here. The display will be a total of 9 rows. How many cans in all will Rohan need to make the display?

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QUESTION: 16

A zoo had 17 tigers. All but eight died. How many were left with the zoo?

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'All but eight died' means 'All except eight died' i.e. 8 sheep remained alive.

QUESTION: 17

Read the graph and answer the given question. On which day did Samir receive exactly 45 text messages?

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QUESTION: 18

Armaan walks 30 metres towards south. Then, turning to right, he walks 30 metres. Then, turning to his left, he walks 20 metres. Again, he turns to his left and walks 30 metres. How far is he from his initial position?

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QUESTION: 19

How many lines of symmetry does the figure have?

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QUESTION: 20

Find the odd one out.

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QUESTION: 21

A mistake was made in simplifying the expression given below.
Simplify: 5 + 2(6 + 4)2 – 23,
Step 1: 5 + 2(10) – 23,
Step 2: 5 + 20 – 8,
Step 3: 25 – 8,
Step 4: 17.
In which step did the first mistake appear?​

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QUESTION: 22

What percentage of the figures are circles ?

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QUESTION: 23

 Find the value of the expression given below?

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QUESTION: 24

Which of the following figures has 10 vertices?

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QUESTION: 25

Which list of integers is in order from greatest to least ?

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QUESTION: 26

Which model best represents the expression 

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QUESTION: 27

Mr. Sameer was trying to find a tablecloth for his rectangular dining table. He knew the area and perimeter of the tabletop.
Area = 40 square metres, Perimeter = 28 metres
Which of the following best represents the width and length of the tabletop?

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QUESTION: 28

If 2 unit cubes, one on each are placed on the unit cubes marked ‘X’, which solid will be obtained?

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QUESTION: 29

Which of the following is true for the two given congruent figures?

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QUESTION: 30

The total cost of 5 teddy bears is the same as the total cost of 9 clowns. Find the cost of a teddy bear.

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QUESTION: 31

The perimeter of the given figure is ____.

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QUESTION: 32

Which of the following digits makes the given statement true?
The number 60619 is divisible by 9.

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QUESTION: 33

Given that,

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QUESTION: 34

Asha looked at several different flower arrangements before purchasing one. The arrangements varied in price from Rs.15.62 to Rs. 37.50. Which measure of data can be used to describe the variation between maximum and minimum price?

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QUESTION: 35

Which of the following figures are acute isosceles triangles ?

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QUESTION: 36

Evaluate:

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QUESTION: 37

Ashwin used the rule listed below to rewrite the expression 102 × 105 = 107.
10m × 10n = 10m + n Based on this rule, which of the following is equivalent to the expression 8–8 × 86 ?

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QUESTION: 38

A building is 24 m long. The bottom of the ladder is 10 m away from the foot of the building. Find the length of the ladder?

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QUESTION: 39

Amit counted the number of people in line for tickets at the movie theatre. Every time he saw 7 people, he added a tick mark on his counting sheet, as shown below.

Amit saw 6 more people after he added his last tick mark. Which could be used to find u, the total number of people he saw?

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QUESTION: 40

It took Abhilasha 20 minutes to apply a coat of paint to a piece of pottery. After each coat she waited for 1 hour 30 minutes for the paint to dry. Which is a reasonable amount of time it could have taken for Abhilasha to have applied 5 coats of paint and for the pottery to be completely dry ?

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QUESTION: 41

The average of three numbers is 9m + 8. Two of the three numbers are 2m + 3 and 4m + 5. Express the third number in terms of m in the simplest form.

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QUESTION: 42

Hrishant packs boxes for an appliance company. He can pack a large box in 10 minutes and a small box in 4 minutes. He needs to pack 10 large boxes and 20 small boxes. If he starts his work 3.5 hours before closing time, will Hrishant have time to finish the work before closing time if he works without stopping?

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QUESTION: 43

The total length of all songs on a CD, Anshuman bought is about 74 minutes. Each song is between 4 to 6 minutes long. Which is a reasonable number of songs that could be on the CD?

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QUESTION: 44

Ishika and Sasha raced their toy cars. The given diagram shows the distance travelled by the cars during the race. How much farther did Ishika’s car travel than Sasha’s car?

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QUESTION: 45

Tameena has 4 old coins : P, Q, R and S. Coin R is worth Rs. 2.5. Coin S is worth 2 times the value of coin R. Coin Q is worth 3 times the value of coin R. The four coins are worth Rs. 40 altogether. What is the value of coin P?

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QUESTION: 46

Ankit can run 100 metres in 12.5 seconds. If he competes in the 400 metres race, about how many seconds will he take to run the race?

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QUESTION: 47

Misha answered 56% of the 150 problems on her history homework correctly. How many problems on her homework did she answer correctly?

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QUESTION: 48

There are 338 cows and goats on a farm. 2 3 of the cows are equal to 15 of the goats on the farm. How many cows are there on the farm?

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QUESTION: 49

Which of the following statements represents the greatest percent of change?

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QUESTION: 50

Fill in the blank of the statement given below. 70 have _____ factors.

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