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## Grade 6, IMO Level 1, Demo Test Total Marks :

60
Time : 1 Hr

Reasoning

1. In a certain code language, 'REASONING' is written as 'TCCQQLKLI'. How will 'SCIENCE' be written in the same language?

## A. UAKGLEC B. QACCPAG C. UAKGPAG D. UAKCPAG

2. The sheet of paper shown in Fig. (X) is folded to form a cube. Select the figure from the options which is not a perspective of the
cube formed by folding the given sheet.

A. A B. B C. C D. D

3. In a row of 20 students, Amit is 12th from the left end and Nikhil is 17th from the right end. If Amit exchanges its position with
Rahul, Amit becomes third with respect to Nikhil in the direction of left to right. What is the original position of Rahul from the right
end?

## A. 14th B. 11th C. 9th D. 20th

4. There is a certain relationship between figures 1 and 2. Establish a similar relationship between figures 3 and 4 by selecting a
suitable option which will replace the (?) in figure 4.

A. A B. B C. C D. D

5.

If signs '+' and '-' are interchanged, signs 'x' and '÷' are interchanged on the left-hand side of each option, then which of the
following options becomes correct?

A. 9 + 2 - 7 = 3

B. (18 x 6) ÷ 3 = 18

C. (24 ÷ 5) x 12 = 10

D. 18 + 6 - 7 = 17

A. A B. B C. C D. D

6.

Study the given Venn diagram and answer the following question.

## How many painters are footballers but not scientists?

A. 7 B. 12 C. 19 D. 16

7. If we subtract 2 from the first digit of each of the given numbers and then exchange the first and last digits of each of the
number, then which number will be the second smallest?

## A. 555 B. 673 C. 544 D. 452

8. In which of the following figures, Fig. (X) is exactly embedded as one its part?

A. A B. B C. C D. D

## 9. Find the missing figure in the given matrix.

A. A B. B C. C D. D

10. Which of the following options satisfies the same conditions of placement of dots as in Fig. (X)?

A. A B. B C. C D. D

11. Pointing her finger at a girl Reena said, " She is the only daughter of my mother's only son". How is the girl related to Reena?

## A. Niece B. Sister C. Cousin D. Self

12. Which of the following options will complete the Fig. (X)?

A. A B. B C. C D. D

13.
There is a certain relationship on either side of : : . Identify the relationship on the left side and find the missing term.

## A. BJQO B. QOBJ C. QOBH D. SOBJ

14. Which of the following options correctly represents the mirror image of Fig.(X) when the mirror is placed along MN?

A. A B. B C. C D. D

15. Amit walked 30 meters towards East. Then he turned left and walked for 15 meters. Then he turned right and walked for 25
meters. Then he turned right and walked for 15 meters. How far is he from his initial position?

## A. 45 meters B. 55 meters C. 5 meters D. 15 meters

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

16.

## 3. Additive inverse of (283 - 562 + 279) is (283 + 562 - 279).

4. Difference between 987 - 549 rounded off to the nearest hundred is 400.

A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4

17.

18.

## R. The absolute value of -3 is less than the absolute value of 2.

S. Difference between the greatest negative integer and the smallest positive integer is 2.

## A. P and Q B. Q and R C. Q, R and S D. P, Q and S

19. If the area of the shaded region is 72 cm2, then find the ratio of the area of the rhombus PQRS to the area of the rectangle
QTUS.

20.

## (-17) - 18 + 16 + (-12) -14 + 23 - (-21) = ?

A. -43 B. 43 C. 0 D. -1

## 21. Which of the following is the net a square prism?

A. A B. B C. C D. D

22. How many faces, vertices and edges does the following figure have?

A. 6, 8,10 B. 4, 8, 12 C. 6, 8, 12 D. 6, 6, 12

23.

## 24. Arrange the following fractions in the decreasing order.

A. B > A > D > C B. B > D > A > C C. B > D > C > A D. A > D > B > C

25.

In the following figure, angle AOD = 120°. Line OB bisects angle AOD. Line OC bisects angle BOD. What is the measure of
angle AOC?

A. 60°

B. 90°

C. 75°

D. 80°

A. A B. B C. C D. D

26.

Meera: My house number when divided by 8 leaves a remainder of 5 and when it is divided by 5 we get 4 as remainder. The sum of
the digits of my house number is greater than 11. My house number falls between 1 and 120.

## What is Meera's house number?

A. 59 B. 69 C. 104 D. 24

27.

## 1. The sum of prime numbers between 80 and 90 is 259.

2. If the sum of all the factors of a number is twice the number itself, the number is known as Perfect number.

## A. 1 and 4 B. 1 only C. 2 and 4 D. 2 and 3

28. The following figure consists of 3 squares. Find the outer perimeter of the figure if the perimeter of the triangle PQR is 27 cm.

A. 81 cm B. 108 cm C. 63 cm D. 118 cm

29.

## (P) Fifty and Six Hundredths = _______

(Q) 20.20 = _______
(R) Forty and Four Tenths = _______

A. 50.60, Twenty and Twenty B. 50.06, Twenty and Twenty C. 50.006, Twenty and Twenty D. 50.06, Twenty and Twenty
Hundredths, 40.4 Hundredths, 40.4 Tenths, 40.40 Tenths, 40.4

30.

P and Q are two co-prime numbers. R is their GCF. Which of the following are true?

## 3. There is no prime number which divides both P and Q.

4. R is always equal to 1.

## A. B and C B. A and C C. A, B and C D. B, C and D

32. Ravi rolled a dice 3 times and got a different number each time. The sum of the numbers he got is 12 and he got at least one
odd number. The product of the 3 numbers has 12 as one of its factors. Which of the following option represents the numbers Ravi
got after throwing the dice 3 times.

A. 2, 4, 6 B. 1, 3, 6 C. 3, 5, 4 D. 1, 5, 6

The bar graph shown below represents the earnings and expenditures by four friends for the month of June
2019. Study the graph and select the correct options for questions 33 and 34.

33. Based on the graph find the ratio of savings made by Ram and Neena altogether to the expenditures of Vijay and Soiniya
altogether.

A. 2 : 1 B. 3 : 8 C. 3 : 5 D. 11 : 65

34. The four friends want to buy a pack of 6 toy cars from their savings of June month. If the price of each toy car is Rs 80, then how
much more money do they need to buy the 6 toy cars?

A. Rs 50 B. Rs 30 C. Rs 450 D. Rs 80

35.

## Fill in the blank.

___________ is the smallest number which on division by 12, 14 and 16 leaves 5 as remainder.

## A. 89 B. 1349 C. 677 D. 341

EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS

36. Weight of a box of apples (excluding box weight) and the weight of a box of oranges (excluding box weight) are in the ratio of 3
: 4. The weight of an orange is 4/5th of the weight of an apple. Find the number of apples in the box if there are 50 oranges in the
box and the weight of each orange is 120 gms.

A. 40 B. 45 C. 30 D. 35

37. Ravi has a wire which he used to create 23 squares having each side of 22 cm and the wire is completely used. If the same
length of the wire is used to create the maximum number of possible squares having each side of 19 cm, then how much long wire
is left unused?

A. 106 cm B. 10 cm C. 26 cm D. 48 cm

38.

Amit has Rs 240 with him. He wants to buy a carpet for his home. Which of the following carpets he can buy?

## A. 1 and 4 B. 1 and 3 C. 2 and 3 D. 1, 2 and 3

39. Veena sells milkshakes in 1 litre bottles. She uses 500 ml of milk, 300 ml of chocolate syrup and 200 ml of sugar-water to make
1 litre of milkshake. If Veena has 25 litres of milk, 18 litres of chocolate syrup and 8 litres of sugar-water, how many maximum
bottles of milkshake can she make with the milk, chocolate syrup and sugar-water she has?

A. 50 B. 60 C. 40 D. 45

40. Amit had 25 dozen of bananas. If 1/6 of the total bananas were rotten and 7/12 of the total bananas were used in making
milkshake and rest of the bananas were sold in a grocery shop at the price of Rs 7 each banana. How much money is made by Amit
by selling the bananas in the grocery shop?

## A. Rs 625 B. Rs 350 C. Rs 450 D. Rs 525

41. Rahul bought 42 packets of chocolates. Each packet has 30 chocolates. Rahul opened all the packets and re-packed all
chocolates such that each packet now has 35 chocolates. How many new packets can he make with the chocolates he has?

A. 35 B. 36 C. 24 D. 30

42. In the year 2001, the population of a city was 4332897 of which 2311979 are females. In the year 2010, the population of the
city reached 5476672 of which 2788305 are females. Find the difference in the population of males in 2001 and 2010.

## A. 667549 B. 667449 C. 677549 D. 667529

43. Viaan left for the market from his house at 8:45 AM. He took 55 minutes to reach the market. He spent around 1 hour 15
minutes shopping. After that, he reached his home by 11: 57 AM. How much time did he take to reach his home from the market?

## A. 1 hour 2 minutes B. 2 hour 5 minutes C. 55 minutes D. 57 minutes

44.

There are 3 walls of size 24 m2, 32 m2, 72 m2. Vinay wants to cover the walls completely with the posters of the same size. What is
the maximum size of the posters he can use?

A. 6m2 B. 8 m2 C. 9 m2 D. 12 m2

A. A B. B C. C D. D

45. Sam earns Rs 300 daily and spends around Rs 120. Sam wants to buy a cricket bat worth Rs 800, a pair of gloves worth Rs 300
and a ball worth Rs 160. Total how many days are required by Sam to save the required amount to money to buy the items?

A. 5 B. 7 C. 9 D. 17

Achievers Section

46.

## A. 1 and 2 B. 1 and 4 C. 3 and 4 D. 1, 2 and 3

47. Following graph shows the populations of domestic animals in two cities for 5 months. What is the difference between the
maximum population of domestic animals altogether in any month and the minimum population of the domestic animals altogether
in any month?

A. 300 B. 500 C. 700 D. 1100

48.

## Match Column-I and Column-II and select the correct option.

Column-I Column-II
2 3 A. 3
1. Degree of 3x y + 2x
2. Coefficient of the x 2 in the polynomial expression "5x 2 + 2xy - 2x 2" B. 4

3. Degree of x(2x - y + 6y 3) C. 5

## 4. Coefficient of x3y in the polynomial expression "(x - 2x 2)(4x3y - 3xy)" D. 6

A. 1 - A, 2 - C, 3 - D, 4 - B B. 1 - C, 2 - A, 3 - D, 4 - B C. 1 - C, 2 - A, 3 - B, 4 - D D. 1 - A, 2 - C, 3 - B, 4 - D

49.

## P, Q, A, B and D are integers.

If
P=AXB
Q=AXD

and
B = 3D
and
A is not divisible by 3

## then which of the following are true?

1. H.C.F of P and Q is 3AD
2. L.C.M of P and Q is 3AD
3. 3D is a factor of P
4. 3B is a factor of Q

## A. 1, 2 and 3 B. 2 and 3 C. 1, 2 and 4 D. All of them

50. A shopkeeper bought a piece of cloth. He dyed 1/4th length of the cloth in red colour, 1/8th of the cloth length in green colour
and rest of the cloth length in blue colour. He sold the blue colour cloth at Rs 120 per meter. If shopkeeper earned Rs 3750 by
selling entire blue colour cloth, then what is the initial length of the cloth bought by the shopkeeper?