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NTSE STAGE-II (2007)

CLASS-VIII [MAT]

HINTS & SOLUTIONS

Que s. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Ans. B C A C D C B A D B B D D D A
Que s. 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Ans. A A C A C C B C B C C A D A A
Que s. 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45
Ans. B C C D D A B B D B C D D A B
Que s. 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
Ans. B A C A D C B C A B A D B A C
Que s. 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75
Ans. B A C B D B A A A C D B A D D
Que s. 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90
Ans. D A D B C C C D B A B B A C D

6. Each letter of the first group occupies the same 22. Both the arrow rotates in clock wise direction
position from the beginning of the alphabet as except (B).
the corresponding letter of the second group
occupies from the end of the alphabet. 26. All other except throat are sense organs.
7. There are three letter between first two and last
two letters of each groups. 27. Arithmetic, Algebra and Geometry are the
branches of mathematics.
16. The sequence in the given series is:
×1, × 1/2, ×1/3, × 1/4,× 1/5....... 29. In all other words except YXVT there is a gap of
Hence, the missing number is = 20 × 1/5 = 4. two letters in each alphabet in backward
direction.
17. The sequence is a combination of two series
I 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ? 30. In all other pairs except 5-25, the second number
II 1, 2, 4, 8, 16. is the square of first number and 1is subtract
The pattern followed in I is +1, + 1,+ 1... from it.
 missing number = 5 + 1 = 6.
31. All other number pairs except 349,625,524 are
18. Each term is equal to previous term multiplied the cube of natural numbers.
by 2, and 1, is added to the product.
Therefore, the next term would be 47 × 2 + 1 = 32. Clearly, (C) is the only figure, which completes
95. the following pattern in a definite pattern.

19. 12 21, 23 32, 34 43, 45 54. 33. Clearly, (C) is the only figure, which completes
the following pattern in a definite pattern.
20. The sequence is a combination of two series 34. Clearly, (D) is the only figure, which completes
I 14, 21, 28, ? the following pattern in a definite pattern.
II 1, 4, 9, ?
The pattern followed in I is +7, + 7,+ 7... 35. Clearly, (D) is the only figure, which completes
 missing number = 28 + 7 = 35. the following pattern in a definite pattern.
The pattern followed in II is 12 , 22, 32 , 42,...
 missing number = 42 = 16.

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36. In rows B and Y are at the same place when we 45. Possible triangles are :
position them in alphabetic order and reverse 1. ADG, 2. DCG, 3. CFG, 4. BFG, 5. BEG, 6.
order respectively. X is one less in position to Y. AGE,
Similarly we can find out. 7. ACG, 8. CBG, 9. AGB, 10. ACF, 11. ABF, 12.
BCD, 13. ABD, 14. ACE,15. BCE,16. ABC.
37. Putting A = 1,B = 2, C = 3,.............................Z
A
= 26.
In first row, B + X = 2 + 24 = 26 = Z. E G
D
In second row, C + V = 3 + 22 = 25 = Y.
B C
So, in third row, missing letter D + T = 4 + 20 = F
24 =X.

46. Possible triangles are :

38. In the first column E moves two steps backward
1. ABD, 2. BCD, 3. DEF, 4. DFG, 5. DGH, 6.
to C which again moves two steps backward to
DHI,
A. In the second column J moves two steps
7. ACD, 8. DEG, 9. DFH, 10. DGI, 11. DEH, 12.
backward to H which again moves two steps
DFI, 13. DEI
backward to F. In the third column O moves two
steps backward into M which again moves two
A B C
steps backward to K. So, missing letter in
second column is J. D
39. In the first row N moves one step forward into O
which again moves one step forward into P. In
I H G F E
the second row S moves one step backward
into R which again moves one step backward
into Q. In the third row T moves one step forward 47. Possible triangles are :
into U which again moves one step forward into 1. ABG, 2. BCG, 3. CDG, 4. DEG, 5. EFG, 6.
V. So, missing letter in second column is Q. AGJ,
7. JGI, 8. IGH, 9. ACG, 10. BDG, 11. DFG, 12.
41. On close observation, we find that figure (X) is AGI, 13. JGH, 14. ADG,15. AGH,16. ADH, 17.
embedded in figure (C) as shown below : ADF.

D
C E
B
A F
G
42. On close observation, we find that figure (X) is J
I
embedded in figure (D) as shown below : H

48. Possible triangles are :

1. AHI, 2. ABI, 3. BCI, 4. GHI, 5. IJG, 6. ICJ,
7. EFG, 8. EGJ, 9. CDE, 10. CEJ, 11. ABH,
12. AIG, 13. AIC, 14. GIC, 15. GEC, 16.
43. On close observation, we find that only figure IGE, 17. ICE, 18. AJG, 19. ACJ, 20.
(D) is combined figure of given figure. AEG, 21. ACE, 22. AEF, 23. ADE,
24. ACG, 25. ADF
44. On close observation, we find that only figure
(A) is combined figure of given figure. A

H I B
G J C

F D
E

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49. Possible triangles are : 57. Cleary, areas 11 and 12 represent obese and
1. ABG, 2. BCG, 3. CGH, 4. CDH, 5. AFG, 6. energetic children, who are neither girls nor tall.
GHF, 58. Clearly, c’s satisfying the given conditions can
7. EFH, 8. DEH, 9. ABF, 10. CDE, 11. CDG, 12. be marked as under
AHF cabcdcdcecfcocicjckcck

B C 59. Clearly, + satisfying the given conditions can

be marked as under
A G H D + ÷ – × U × – ÷ + + × + ÷ – + ÷ U ÷ × + ÷ 
U + × ÷ – U × + ÷ ÷ × U ÷ × – ÷ U × + ÷ – +
F E ×÷×+÷×+÷

60. As per the question

50. The letters on the left-hand side form two sides 6999697969795929896969999
of a square. The letters have been chosen in 7 9 8 9 6 9 7 8.
continuity. inu and abe are in continuity and Thus, three such numbers are there.
form the other two sides of the same square.
61. Clearly, when the first figure is superimposed
on the second figure then figure look like as (B).

62. Clearly, when the first figure is superimposed

on the second figure then figure look like as (C).

51. Two letters on left hand side form two 63. Number of students who passed the exams is
perpendicular line pattern. So, letters on right (12 + 28) – 1 = 39. Number of students who
side must have same pattern. failed in the exams is 8 and five students did
iow : nop. not appear in the exams. Therefore, total number
of students = 39 + 8 + 5 = 52.

64. Clearly, figure A,B and C when fitted together

will form a complete square.
52. Two letters on left hand side form the pattern as
shown in figure.  letters on right hand side 66. The numbers from 201 to 250 are:201,202,203,
must have same pattern.  ekl : ion. 204, ,205 ,206, 207, 208 ,209 ,210 ,211 ,212
,213, 214
,215,216,217,218,219,220,221,222,223,224,
225,226 ,227 ,228 ,229 ,230 ,231
,232,233,234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 240,
241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246,247,248,249,250.
53. Cleary, area 4 represents girls who are tall and Clearly, there are 65 times the numeral 2.
obese but not energetic.
67. Clearly, the numbers are given in the shape of
54. Cleary, only area 3 represents the tall, obese
figures are as follow =10, = 5, = 2,
and energetic girls.
= 9. So,10 ÷ 5 = 2, 10 ÷ 2 = 5, 5 + 2 = 7,
55. Cleary, area 2 represents children who are tall, 2 × 9 = 18
obese and energetic but are not girls. hence the value of is 9.

56. Cleary, areas 13 and 15 represent energetic 70. By making the interchanges given in (A), the
children who are not obese. equation as 6 – 4 × 8 = 6 ÷ 3 or –26 = 2 which
is false

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By making the interchanges given in (B), the
equation as 6 ÷ 4 – 8 = 6 × 3 or – 6 = 18 which 80.
D
is false
By making the interchanges given in (C), the
Sol. : (81 to 85)
equation as 6 × 4÷ 8 = 6 – 3 or 3 = 3 which is
true. Subject English Chemistry Psychology Biology Sanskrit
Physcis Hindi
Student
L
71. By making the interchanges given in (A), the
M
equation as 2 – 5 +3 = 4 or 0 = 4 which is false
By making the interchanges given in (B), the N

equation as 3 – 2 + 5 = 4 or 6 = 4 which is O
false P
By making the interchanges given in (C), the
equation as 3 – 5 + 2 = 4 or 0 = 4 which is
81. Clearly, student L studies maximum number of
false.
subjects.
By making the interchanges given in (D), the
equation as 5 – 3 + 2 = 4 or 4 = 4 which is true.
82. Clearly, Physics is studied by only one student.

Sol. : (72 to 74) In DEAR and RICE, the common code

83. Clearly, Chemistry and English are studied by
latters are p and d and the common letters are
more than 2 students.
E and R. In TRAIN the code letter p stand for
R.So, d stands for E. In TRAIN and RICE, the
84. Clearly, O and P are the students who studying
common code letters are p and b and the
only two subjects.
common letters are R and I. So, p and d stands
for R and I respectively.Similarly, we can find
85. Clearly, only M, N and P are not studying Biology,
out the others letter’s code.
Sanskrit and Physics.
Code s p r b n m d c
Letter T R A I N C E D 86. Doctors, Engineers and Lawyers
do
not relate to each other.
72. Clearly, the code letters for EAR are drp.
Words

73. Clearly, the code letters for NEAT are ndrs.

87. Books Newspaper
74. Clearly, the code letters for TREAD are spdrc.

75. JEWELLERY would be made up of GOLD and 88.  Boys, Students, Players are
GOLD is called PAPER. interrelated to each other. (Boys
can be Students, Student can be
Players).
76.

89. All cows are grass-eating animals.

77. All grass-eating are animals.

90. Tigers and Cows come under

78.
the
category of Mammals.

79.

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