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Previous Year Paper (2022-23) 
Class 6 (Set - A) 
 
Time Allowed: 1 hour                                    Maximum Marks: 60 
 
• Additional 10 minutes will be allotted to fill up information on the OMR Sheet, before 
the start of the exam. 
• Fill in all the mandatory fields clearly on the OMR Sheet.  
• There are a total of 50 questions in this booklet comprising 2 sections namely the 
Practical Mathematics & Achievers' Section consisting of 40 questions (1 mark 
each) & 10 questions (2 marks each) respectively.  
• There is no negative marking. The use of a calculator is not permitted. 
• There is only ONE correct option to a given question. 
• Use HB Pencil / Ball point pen (Blue / Black) only for marking the correct choice of 
answers on the OMR Sheet. 
• Rough work is to be done in the space provided in the test booklet. Extra plain sheet 
may be provided by the school for the rough work.   
• The OMR Sheet is to be handed over to the invigilator at the end of the exam. 
• No candidate is allowed to carry any textual material, printed or written, bits of paper, 
any electronic device, digital watches, etc. inside the examination hall. 
• The use of unfair means may result in the cancellation of the exam. 
   
 
DO NOT OPEN THIS BOOKLET UNTIL ASKED TO DO SO 
 
 
 
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Class: _________ Section: ________________________________________ 
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Previous Year Paper (2022-23) 
Class 6 (Set - A) 
 
Time Allowed: 1 hour                                    Maximum Marks: 60 
 
• Additional 10 minutes will be allotted to fill up information on the OMR Sheet, before 
the start of the exam. 
• Fill in all the mandatory fields clearly on the OMR Sheet.  
• There are a total of 50 questions in this booklet comprising 2 sections namely the 
Practical Mathematics & Achievers' Section consisting of 40 questions (1 mark 
each) & 10 questions (2 marks each) respectively.  
• There is no negative marking. The use of a calculator is not permitted. 
• There is only ONE correct option to a given question. 
• Use HB Pencil / Ball point pen (Blue / Black) only for marking the correct choice of 
answers on the OMR Sheet. 
• Rough work is to be done in the space provided in the test booklet. Extra plain sheet 
may be provided by the school for the rough work.   
• The OMR Sheet is to be handed over to the invigilator at the end of the exam. 
• No candidate is allowed to carry any textual material, printed or written, bits of paper, 
any electronic device, digital watches, etc. inside the examination hall. 
• The use of unfair means may result in the cancellation of the exam. 
   
 
DO NOT OPEN THIS BOOKLET UNTIL ASKED TO DO SO 
 
 
 
Candidate Name: _______________________________________________ 
Class: _________ Section: ________________________________________ 
CREST ID: _____________________________________________________ 
 
FILL IN THE DETAILS 
 
 
 
                                1                                
 
 
 
1. Match the following: 
 
List I List II 
P.  Distributive 
property 
shows 
1.  98 x (25 x 
40) = (98 x 
25) x 40 
Q. Associative 
property 
shows 
2.  (48 x 100 + 
48 x 2) = 48 
x (100 + 2) 
R. Commutativ
e property 
shows 
3.  1 
S. Multiplicativ
e identity for 
whole 
numbers is 
4.  25 + 63 = 
63 + 25 
 
a. P - 1, Q - 3, R - 4, S - 2 
b. P - 2, Q - 4, R - 1, S -3 
c. P - 2, Q - 1, R - 4, S - 3 
d. P - 3, Q - 1, R - 4, S - 2 
 
2. Look at the image given below. The 
integers represented by S and T on the 
given number line are: 
 
 
  
a. -14 and 7 b. -14 and 2 
c. -8 and 14 d. -14 and 14 
 
3. Anna was learning prime numbers. She 
is curious to know least prime number 
with consecutive digits. 
The least prime number having 
consecutive digits is: 
 
a. 43 b. 19 
c. 53 d. 23 
 
4. Fill in the blank: 
 
x bananas are distributed among 8 
children equally. Each child gets 
________ bananas. 
 
a. 8x b. x + 8 
c. 
x
8
 
d. x - 8 
 
5. Which is the least number of 5 digits 
exactly divisible by each of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 
and 8? 
 
a. 90240 b. 10080 
c. 99960 d. 100000 
 
6. Two-third of a number and 
25
216
 of its 
reciprocal are equal. What is the 
number? 
 
a. 
25
144
 b. 
5
12
 
c. 
144
25
 d. 
12
5
 
 
7. Diana does sand drawings. She 
purchased 12 sandbags, each 
weighing 
4563
100
 kg. How much will it 
weigh in total? 
 
a. 547.56 kg b. 5475.6 kg  
c. 589.56 kg  d. 5895.6 kg  
 
8. Andrea wants to know the answer for 
the given equation. 
 
a - [a + {a + b - 2a - (-a - 2b)} - b] is 
equal to: 
 
a. 4a + b b. 4a - 2b 
c. 0 d. -2b 
 
9. Duke has simplified the following 
equation and got the final answer. 
 
3(x + 2) + 5x - 7 
 
What is the answer of the above 
equation after the simplification is 
done? 
 
Practical Mathematics (Each Question is 1 Mark) 
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Previous Year Paper (2022-23) 
Class 6 (Set - A) 
 
Time Allowed: 1 hour                                    Maximum Marks: 60 
 
• Additional 10 minutes will be allotted to fill up information on the OMR Sheet, before 
the start of the exam. 
• Fill in all the mandatory fields clearly on the OMR Sheet.  
• There are a total of 50 questions in this booklet comprising 2 sections namely the 
Practical Mathematics & Achievers' Section consisting of 40 questions (1 mark 
each) & 10 questions (2 marks each) respectively.  
• There is no negative marking. The use of a calculator is not permitted. 
• There is only ONE correct option to a given question. 
• Use HB Pencil / Ball point pen (Blue / Black) only for marking the correct choice of 
answers on the OMR Sheet. 
• Rough work is to be done in the space provided in the test booklet. Extra plain sheet 
may be provided by the school for the rough work.   
• The OMR Sheet is to be handed over to the invigilator at the end of the exam. 
• No candidate is allowed to carry any textual material, printed or written, bits of paper, 
any electronic device, digital watches, etc. inside the examination hall. 
• The use of unfair means may result in the cancellation of the exam. 
   
 
DO NOT OPEN THIS BOOKLET UNTIL ASKED TO DO SO 
 
 
 
Candidate Name: _______________________________________________ 
Class: _________ Section: ________________________________________ 
CREST ID: _____________________________________________________ 
 
FILL IN THE DETAILS 
 
 
 
                                1                                
 
 
 
1. Match the following: 
 
List I List II 
P.  Distributive 
property 
shows 
1.  98 x (25 x 
40) = (98 x 
25) x 40 
Q. Associative 
property 
shows 
2.  (48 x 100 + 
48 x 2) = 48 
x (100 + 2) 
R. Commutativ
e property 
shows 
3.  1 
S. Multiplicativ
e identity for 
whole 
numbers is 
4.  25 + 63 = 
63 + 25 
 
a. P - 1, Q - 3, R - 4, S - 2 
b. P - 2, Q - 4, R - 1, S -3 
c. P - 2, Q - 1, R - 4, S - 3 
d. P - 3, Q - 1, R - 4, S - 2 
 
2. Look at the image given below. The 
integers represented by S and T on the 
given number line are: 
 
 
  
a. -14 and 7 b. -14 and 2 
c. -8 and 14 d. -14 and 14 
 
3. Anna was learning prime numbers. She 
is curious to know least prime number 
with consecutive digits. 
The least prime number having 
consecutive digits is: 
 
a. 43 b. 19 
c. 53 d. 23 
 
4. Fill in the blank: 
 
x bananas are distributed among 8 
children equally. Each child gets 
________ bananas. 
 
a. 8x b. x + 8 
c. 
x
8
 
d. x - 8 
 
5. Which is the least number of 5 digits 
exactly divisible by each of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 
and 8? 
 
a. 90240 b. 10080 
c. 99960 d. 100000 
 
6. Two-third of a number and 
25
216
 of its 
reciprocal are equal. What is the 
number? 
 
a. 
25
144
 b. 
5
12
 
c. 
144
25
 d. 
12
5
 
 
7. Diana does sand drawings. She 
purchased 12 sandbags, each 
weighing 
4563
100
 kg. How much will it 
weigh in total? 
 
a. 547.56 kg b. 5475.6 kg  
c. 589.56 kg  d. 5895.6 kg  
 
8. Andrea wants to know the answer for 
the given equation. 
 
a - [a + {a + b - 2a - (-a - 2b)} - b] is 
equal to: 
 
a. 4a + b b. 4a - 2b 
c. 0 d. -2b 
 
9. Duke has simplified the following 
equation and got the final answer. 
 
3(x + 2) + 5x - 7 
 
What is the answer of the above 
equation after the simplification is 
done? 
 
Practical Mathematics (Each Question is 1 Mark) 
 
 
 
                                2                                
a. 0 b. 2x 
c. 8x - 1 d. x – 1 
 
10. The solution of the equation 10 - 3y = 1 
is: 
 
a. y = 0 b. y = 1 
c. y = 2 d. y = 3 
 
11. A village has a population of 4640 
persons, out of which 25% are voters. 
In an election, if 15% of voters did not 
vote, then how many voters cast their 
votes? 
 
a. 1160 b. 2784 
c. 696 d. 986 
 
12. Albert owns a branded cloth designer 
and sale shop in his place. The cost of 
a shirt in his shop after 15% deduction 
is $102. What is the cost of the shirt 
before deduction? 
 
a. $115 b. $117 
c. $120 d. $125 
 
13. Based on the angle measure given, 
which triangle is not acute? 
 
a. 35°, 69°, 76° 
b. 60°, 60°, 60° 
c. 88°, 46°, 46° 
d. 90°, 45°, 45° 
 
14. The measures of the angles of a 
triangle are in the ratio 4: 5: 9. The 
triangle is: 
 
a. An acute angled triangle 
b. A right-angled triangle 
c. An obtuse angled triangle 
d. Equilateral triangle 
 
15. What is the distance covered by cattle 
around a field of 120 m length and 80 
m width? 
 
a. 400 m b. 300 m 
c. 200 m d. 100 m 
 
16. A soap cake is of size 8 cm x 5 cm x 4 
cm. The number of such soap cakes 
that can be packed in a box measuring 
56 cm x 35 cm x 28 cm is: 
 
a. 49 b. 196 
c. 243 d. 343 
 
17. A wire when bent in the form of a 
square encloses an area of 484 sq. cm. 
What will be the enclosed area when 
the same wire is bent into the form of 
circle? (p = 22/7) 
 
a. 462 sq. cm b. 539 sq. cm 
c. 616 sq. cm d. 693 sq. cm 
 
18. The ratio of Alex's age to that of his 
younger brother is 7:5, If his younger 
brother is 15 years old, then Alex's age 
in year is: 
 
a. 18 years b. 17 years 
c. 21 years d. 28 years 
 
19. The flour in a bag is divided into three 
portions according to the ratio of 4: 6: 
9. If the smallest portion is 28 kg, how 
much is the biggest portion? 
 
a. 54 kg b. 63 kg 
c. 72 kg d. 98 kg 
 
20. Max and Lucy were studying integers, 
they both had taken two numbers 
randomly and written it in the form 
shown below. 
 
38 + 83 = 83 + 38 is an example of: 
 
a. Commutative property 
b. Associative property 
c. Closure property 
d. Distributive property 
 
21. Which of the following shows the 
maximum rise in temperature? 
 
 
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Previous Year Paper (2022-23) 
Class 6 (Set - A) 
 
Time Allowed: 1 hour                                    Maximum Marks: 60 
 
• Additional 10 minutes will be allotted to fill up information on the OMR Sheet, before 
the start of the exam. 
• Fill in all the mandatory fields clearly on the OMR Sheet.  
• There are a total of 50 questions in this booklet comprising 2 sections namely the 
Practical Mathematics & Achievers' Section consisting of 40 questions (1 mark 
each) & 10 questions (2 marks each) respectively.  
• There is no negative marking. The use of a calculator is not permitted. 
• There is only ONE correct option to a given question. 
• Use HB Pencil / Ball point pen (Blue / Black) only for marking the correct choice of 
answers on the OMR Sheet. 
• Rough work is to be done in the space provided in the test booklet. Extra plain sheet 
may be provided by the school for the rough work.   
• The OMR Sheet is to be handed over to the invigilator at the end of the exam. 
• No candidate is allowed to carry any textual material, printed or written, bits of paper, 
any electronic device, digital watches, etc. inside the examination hall. 
• The use of unfair means may result in the cancellation of the exam. 
   
 
DO NOT OPEN THIS BOOKLET UNTIL ASKED TO DO SO 
 
 
 
Candidate Name: _______________________________________________ 
Class: _________ Section: ________________________________________ 
CREST ID: _____________________________________________________ 
 
FILL IN THE DETAILS 
 
 
 
                                1                                
 
 
 
1. Match the following: 
 
List I List II 
P.  Distributive 
property 
shows 
1.  98 x (25 x 
40) = (98 x 
25) x 40 
Q. Associative 
property 
shows 
2.  (48 x 100 + 
48 x 2) = 48 
x (100 + 2) 
R. Commutativ
e property 
shows 
3.  1 
S. Multiplicativ
e identity for 
whole 
numbers is 
4.  25 + 63 = 
63 + 25 
 
a. P - 1, Q - 3, R - 4, S - 2 
b. P - 2, Q - 4, R - 1, S -3 
c. P - 2, Q - 1, R - 4, S - 3 
d. P - 3, Q - 1, R - 4, S - 2 
 
2. Look at the image given below. The 
integers represented by S and T on the 
given number line are: 
 
 
  
a. -14 and 7 b. -14 and 2 
c. -8 and 14 d. -14 and 14 
 
3. Anna was learning prime numbers. She 
is curious to know least prime number 
with consecutive digits. 
The least prime number having 
consecutive digits is: 
 
a. 43 b. 19 
c. 53 d. 23 
 
4. Fill in the blank: 
 
x bananas are distributed among 8 
children equally. Each child gets 
________ bananas. 
 
a. 8x b. x + 8 
c. 
x
8
 
d. x - 8 
 
5. Which is the least number of 5 digits 
exactly divisible by each of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 
and 8? 
 
a. 90240 b. 10080 
c. 99960 d. 100000 
 
6. Two-third of a number and 
25
216
 of its 
reciprocal are equal. What is the 
number? 
 
a. 
25
144
 b. 
5
12
 
c. 
144
25
 d. 
12
5
 
 
7. Diana does sand drawings. She 
purchased 12 sandbags, each 
weighing 
4563
100
 kg. How much will it 
weigh in total? 
 
a. 547.56 kg b. 5475.6 kg  
c. 589.56 kg  d. 5895.6 kg  
 
8. Andrea wants to know the answer for 
the given equation. 
 
a - [a + {a + b - 2a - (-a - 2b)} - b] is 
equal to: 
 
a. 4a + b b. 4a - 2b 
c. 0 d. -2b 
 
9. Duke has simplified the following 
equation and got the final answer. 
 
3(x + 2) + 5x - 7 
 
What is the answer of the above 
equation after the simplification is 
done? 
 
Practical Mathematics (Each Question is 1 Mark) 
 
 
 
                                2                                
a. 0 b. 2x 
c. 8x - 1 d. x – 1 
 
10. The solution of the equation 10 - 3y = 1 
is: 
 
a. y = 0 b. y = 1 
c. y = 2 d. y = 3 
 
11. A village has a population of 4640 
persons, out of which 25% are voters. 
In an election, if 15% of voters did not 
vote, then how many voters cast their 
votes? 
 
a. 1160 b. 2784 
c. 696 d. 986 
 
12. Albert owns a branded cloth designer 
and sale shop in his place. The cost of 
a shirt in his shop after 15% deduction 
is $102. What is the cost of the shirt 
before deduction? 
 
a. $115 b. $117 
c. $120 d. $125 
 
13. Based on the angle measure given, 
which triangle is not acute? 
 
a. 35°, 69°, 76° 
b. 60°, 60°, 60° 
c. 88°, 46°, 46° 
d. 90°, 45°, 45° 
 
14. The measures of the angles of a 
triangle are in the ratio 4: 5: 9. The 
triangle is: 
 
a. An acute angled triangle 
b. A right-angled triangle 
c. An obtuse angled triangle 
d. Equilateral triangle 
 
15. What is the distance covered by cattle 
around a field of 120 m length and 80 
m width? 
 
a. 400 m b. 300 m 
c. 200 m d. 100 m 
 
16. A soap cake is of size 8 cm x 5 cm x 4 
cm. The number of such soap cakes 
that can be packed in a box measuring 
56 cm x 35 cm x 28 cm is: 
 
a. 49 b. 196 
c. 243 d. 343 
 
17. A wire when bent in the form of a 
square encloses an area of 484 sq. cm. 
What will be the enclosed area when 
the same wire is bent into the form of 
circle? (p = 22/7) 
 
a. 462 sq. cm b. 539 sq. cm 
c. 616 sq. cm d. 693 sq. cm 
 
18. The ratio of Alex's age to that of his 
younger brother is 7:5, If his younger 
brother is 15 years old, then Alex's age 
in year is: 
 
a. 18 years b. 17 years 
c. 21 years d. 28 years 
 
19. The flour in a bag is divided into three 
portions according to the ratio of 4: 6: 
9. If the smallest portion is 28 kg, how 
much is the biggest portion? 
 
a. 54 kg b. 63 kg 
c. 72 kg d. 98 kg 
 
20. Max and Lucy were studying integers, 
they both had taken two numbers 
randomly and written it in the form 
shown below. 
 
38 + 83 = 83 + 38 is an example of: 
 
a. Commutative property 
b. Associative property 
c. Closure property 
d. Distributive property 
 
21. Which of the following shows the 
maximum rise in temperature? 
 
 
 
 
 
                                3                                
a. 0°C to 10°C 
b. -4°C to 8°C 
c. -15°C to -8°C 
d. -7°C to 0°C 
 
22. How many prime numbers are there 
between 30 and 70? 
 
a. 9 b. 11 
c. 12 d. 13 
 
23. If 
1
2
:
1
3
: :
1
4
: x, then the value of x is: 
 
a. 
1
8
 
b. 
1
6
 
c. 
1
12
 d. 
1
16
 
 
24. Robertson deposited $2050 in a bank 
and in the month of January he 
withdrew $410 from his account on the 
last date of the month. Find the ratio of 
money withdrawn to the remaining 
amount in the bank. 
 
a. 1 : 5 b. 1 : 4 
c. 1 : 3 d. 1 : 2 
 
25. Which of the following options is same 
as 15% of 50? 
 
a. 50% of 30 b. 100% of 30 
c. 7.5% of 25 d. 100% of 7.5 
 
26. Which of the following can have infinite 
lines of symmetry? 
A. Ellipse 
B. Circle 
C. Rhombus 
D. Line segment 
 
a. A, B b. B, C 
c. A, C d. B, D 
 
27. Lucy purchased 15 sweets from the 
sweet shop and intends to divide them 
between Mike and Sonu so that they 
each receive 20% and 80% of them. 
How many sweets did Mike and Sonu 
each receive? 
a. 5 sweets to Mike and 12 sweets to 
Sonu 
b. 4 sweets to Mike and 10 sweets to 
Sonu. 
c. 3 sweets to Mike and 12 sweets to 
Sonu. 
d. 7 sweets to Mike and 11 sweets to 
Sonu. 
 
28. In a school with 3300 students, there 
are 102 teachers. Find the ratio of the 
number of teachers to the number of 
students.  
 
a. 15 : 250 b. 17 : 550 
c. 19 : 200 d. 21: 500 
 
29. In one season, a local cricket team 
played 20 matches. It won 25% of the 
matches. How many games have they 
won?   
 
a. 7 b. 5 
c. 3 d. 1 
 
30. Serel and Duke were solving questions 
from their workbook to learn about 
parallel and perpendicular lines. They 
come across the following question. 
Identify the alternate angle to ?d and 
?g? 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
a. ?e and ?b b. ?e and ?a 
c. ?a and ?b d. ?e and ?h 
 
31. Which of the following statements is 
true with respect to ray?  
i. A ray is a portion of a line.  
ii. A ray of light from the torch is an 
example of a ray.  
iii. A ray will start from an initial point 
and stop at the end point. 
 
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Previous Year Paper (2022-23) 
Class 6 (Set - A) 
 
Time Allowed: 1 hour                                    Maximum Marks: 60 
 
• Additional 10 minutes will be allotted to fill up information on the OMR Sheet, before 
the start of the exam. 
• Fill in all the mandatory fields clearly on the OMR Sheet.  
• There are a total of 50 questions in this booklet comprising 2 sections namely the 
Practical Mathematics & Achievers' Section consisting of 40 questions (1 mark 
each) & 10 questions (2 marks each) respectively.  
• There is no negative marking. The use of a calculator is not permitted. 
• There is only ONE correct option to a given question. 
• Use HB Pencil / Ball point pen (Blue / Black) only for marking the correct choice of 
answers on the OMR Sheet. 
• Rough work is to be done in the space provided in the test booklet. Extra plain sheet 
may be provided by the school for the rough work.   
• The OMR Sheet is to be handed over to the invigilator at the end of the exam. 
• No candidate is allowed to carry any textual material, printed or written, bits of paper, 
any electronic device, digital watches, etc. inside the examination hall. 
• The use of unfair means may result in the cancellation of the exam. 
   
 
DO NOT OPEN THIS BOOKLET UNTIL ASKED TO DO SO 
 
 
 
Candidate Name: _______________________________________________ 
Class: _________ Section: ________________________________________ 
CREST ID: _____________________________________________________ 
 
FILL IN THE DETAILS 
 
 
 
                                1                                
 
 
 
1. Match the following: 
 
List I List II 
P.  Distributive 
property 
shows 
1.  98 x (25 x 
40) = (98 x 
25) x 40 
Q. Associative 
property 
shows 
2.  (48 x 100 + 
48 x 2) = 48 
x (100 + 2) 
R. Commutativ
e property 
shows 
3.  1 
S. Multiplicativ
e identity for 
whole 
numbers is 
4.  25 + 63 = 
63 + 25 
 
a. P - 1, Q - 3, R - 4, S - 2 
b. P - 2, Q - 4, R - 1, S -3 
c. P - 2, Q - 1, R - 4, S - 3 
d. P - 3, Q - 1, R - 4, S - 2 
 
2. Look at the image given below. The 
integers represented by S and T on the 
given number line are: 
 
 
  
a. -14 and 7 b. -14 and 2 
c. -8 and 14 d. -14 and 14 
 
3. Anna was learning prime numbers. She 
is curious to know least prime number 
with consecutive digits. 
The least prime number having 
consecutive digits is: 
 
a. 43 b. 19 
c. 53 d. 23 
 
4. Fill in the blank: 
 
x bananas are distributed among 8 
children equally. Each child gets 
________ bananas. 
 
a. 8x b. x + 8 
c. 
x
8
 
d. x - 8 
 
5. Which is the least number of 5 digits 
exactly divisible by each of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 
and 8? 
 
a. 90240 b. 10080 
c. 99960 d. 100000 
 
6. Two-third of a number and 
25
216
 of its 
reciprocal are equal. What is the 
number? 
 
a. 
25
144
 b. 
5
12
 
c. 
144
25
 d. 
12
5
 
 
7. Diana does sand drawings. She 
purchased 12 sandbags, each 
weighing 
4563
100
 kg. How much will it 
weigh in total? 
 
a. 547.56 kg b. 5475.6 kg  
c. 589.56 kg  d. 5895.6 kg  
 
8. Andrea wants to know the answer for 
the given equation. 
 
a - [a + {a + b - 2a - (-a - 2b)} - b] is 
equal to: 
 
a. 4a + b b. 4a - 2b 
c. 0 d. -2b 
 
9. Duke has simplified the following 
equation and got the final answer. 
 
3(x + 2) + 5x - 7 
 
What is the answer of the above 
equation after the simplification is 
done? 
 
Practical Mathematics (Each Question is 1 Mark) 
 
 
 
                                2                                
a. 0 b. 2x 
c. 8x - 1 d. x – 1 
 
10. The solution of the equation 10 - 3y = 1 
is: 
 
a. y = 0 b. y = 1 
c. y = 2 d. y = 3 
 
11. A village has a population of 4640 
persons, out of which 25% are voters. 
In an election, if 15% of voters did not 
vote, then how many voters cast their 
votes? 
 
a. 1160 b. 2784 
c. 696 d. 986 
 
12. Albert owns a branded cloth designer 
and sale shop in his place. The cost of 
a shirt in his shop after 15% deduction 
is $102. What is the cost of the shirt 
before deduction? 
 
a. $115 b. $117 
c. $120 d. $125 
 
13. Based on the angle measure given, 
which triangle is not acute? 
 
a. 35°, 69°, 76° 
b. 60°, 60°, 60° 
c. 88°, 46°, 46° 
d. 90°, 45°, 45° 
 
14. The measures of the angles of a 
triangle are in the ratio 4: 5: 9. The 
triangle is: 
 
a. An acute angled triangle 
b. A right-angled triangle 
c. An obtuse angled triangle 
d. Equilateral triangle 
 
15. What is the distance covered by cattle 
around a field of 120 m length and 80 
m width? 
 
a. 400 m b. 300 m 
c. 200 m d. 100 m 
 
16. A soap cake is of size 8 cm x 5 cm x 4 
cm. The number of such soap cakes 
that can be packed in a box measuring 
56 cm x 35 cm x 28 cm is: 
 
a. 49 b. 196 
c. 243 d. 343 
 
17. A wire when bent in the form of a 
square encloses an area of 484 sq. cm. 
What will be the enclosed area when 
the same wire is bent into the form of 
circle? (p = 22/7) 
 
a. 462 sq. cm b. 539 sq. cm 
c. 616 sq. cm d. 693 sq. cm 
 
18. The ratio of Alex's age to that of his 
younger brother is 7:5, If his younger 
brother is 15 years old, then Alex's age 
in year is: 
 
a. 18 years b. 17 years 
c. 21 years d. 28 years 
 
19. The flour in a bag is divided into three 
portions according to the ratio of 4: 6: 
9. If the smallest portion is 28 kg, how 
much is the biggest portion? 
 
a. 54 kg b. 63 kg 
c. 72 kg d. 98 kg 
 
20. Max and Lucy were studying integers, 
they both had taken two numbers 
randomly and written it in the form 
shown below. 
 
38 + 83 = 83 + 38 is an example of: 
 
a. Commutative property 
b. Associative property 
c. Closure property 
d. Distributive property 
 
21. Which of the following shows the 
maximum rise in temperature? 
 
 
 
 
 
                                3                                
a. 0°C to 10°C 
b. -4°C to 8°C 
c. -15°C to -8°C 
d. -7°C to 0°C 
 
22. How many prime numbers are there 
between 30 and 70? 
 
a. 9 b. 11 
c. 12 d. 13 
 
23. If 
1
2
:
1
3
: :
1
4
: x, then the value of x is: 
 
a. 
1
8
 
b. 
1
6
 
c. 
1
12
 d. 
1
16
 
 
24. Robertson deposited $2050 in a bank 
and in the month of January he 
withdrew $410 from his account on the 
last date of the month. Find the ratio of 
money withdrawn to the remaining 
amount in the bank. 
 
a. 1 : 5 b. 1 : 4 
c. 1 : 3 d. 1 : 2 
 
25. Which of the following options is same 
as 15% of 50? 
 
a. 50% of 30 b. 100% of 30 
c. 7.5% of 25 d. 100% of 7.5 
 
26. Which of the following can have infinite 
lines of symmetry? 
A. Ellipse 
B. Circle 
C. Rhombus 
D. Line segment 
 
a. A, B b. B, C 
c. A, C d. B, D 
 
27. Lucy purchased 15 sweets from the 
sweet shop and intends to divide them 
between Mike and Sonu so that they 
each receive 20% and 80% of them. 
How many sweets did Mike and Sonu 
each receive? 
a. 5 sweets to Mike and 12 sweets to 
Sonu 
b. 4 sweets to Mike and 10 sweets to 
Sonu. 
c. 3 sweets to Mike and 12 sweets to 
Sonu. 
d. 7 sweets to Mike and 11 sweets to 
Sonu. 
 
28. In a school with 3300 students, there 
are 102 teachers. Find the ratio of the 
number of teachers to the number of 
students.  
 
a. 15 : 250 b. 17 : 550 
c. 19 : 200 d. 21: 500 
 
29. In one season, a local cricket team 
played 20 matches. It won 25% of the 
matches. How many games have they 
won?   
 
a. 7 b. 5 
c. 3 d. 1 
 
30. Serel and Duke were solving questions 
from their workbook to learn about 
parallel and perpendicular lines. They 
come across the following question. 
Identify the alternate angle to ?d and 
?g? 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
a. ?e and ?b b. ?e and ?a 
c. ?a and ?b d. ?e and ?h 
 
31. Which of the following statements is 
true with respect to ray?  
i. A ray is a portion of a line.  
ii. A ray of light from the torch is an 
example of a ray.  
iii. A ray will start from an initial point 
and stop at the end point. 
 
 
 
 
                                4                                
a. i and ii only  
b. ii and iii only  
c. i and iii only  
d. i only  
 
32. Fill in the blank: 
 
If you place the pair of 30° - 60° - 90° 
set-squares in a different position, you 
get a _________. 
 
a. square b. rhombus 
c. parallelogram d. trapezium 
 
33. Which of the following statements are 
correct? 
i. A triangle is formed by three line 
segments. 
ii. A line segment is not a fixed portion 
of a line. 
iii. Each centimetre on a ruler is divided 
into ten subparts. 
 
a. i only 
b. i and ii only  
c. i and iii only  
d. ii and iii only 
 
34. Which of the following statements are 
true? 
i. A chord of a circle is a line segment 
joining any two points on the circle. 
ii. A diameter is the longest chord of 
the circle  
iii. A sector is the region in the exterior 
of a circle enclosed by an arc on one 
side and a pair of radii on the other 
two sides. 
iv. The diameter of a circle divides it 
into two semi-circles. 
 
a. i, ii and iii 
b. i, ii and iv 
c. ii, iii and iv 
d. i, ii, iii and iv 
 
35. The length and breadth of a 
rectangular swimming pool are 16 and 
12 meters respectively. Find the 
perimeter of the pool. 
a. 50 m b. 56 m 
c. 60 m d. 62 m 
 
36. On the eve of Christmas, Paul ordered 
a chocolate Christmas cake that was 
shaped like a Christmas tree, as seen 
in the picture below. The cake's top is 
shaped like a triangle. How many 
symmetry lines does a triangle have? 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
a. 4 b. 3 
c. 2 d. 1 
 
37. How many symmetry lines does an 
isosceles triangle have? 
 
a. 3 b. 2 
c. 1 d. 0 
 
38. Fedrick took his family to see the Taj 
Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the 
world. The Taj Mahal has lines of 
symmetry. Tom, Fedrick's son, asked 
his father. How many symmetry lines 
does the Taj Mahal have? 
 
a. 8 b. 5 
c. 3 d. 1 
 
39. Fill in the blank: 
 
The line which divides a line segment 
into two equal halves and 
perpendicular to it is called as 
_____________. 
a. line segment 
b. perpendicular lines 
c. perpendicular bisector 
d. angle bisector 
 
40. Angelina drew a few random pictures in 
her sketchbook. How many of her 
drawings are closed figures? 
 
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