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MAT-1 NTSE(I)/16 Æ˙…π]≈ı“™… |… i…¶…… J……‰V… {…Æ˙“I…… ( |…l…®… ∫i…Æ˙ ) 2016 NATIONAL TALENT SEARCH EXAMINATION ( FIRST LEVEL ) 2016 Roll No. Æ˙…‰±… x…®§…Æ˙ Booklet Number {…÷Œ∫i…EÚ… ∫…ΔJ™…… MENTAL ABILITY TEST ( For Students of Class X ) Time : 45 Minutes Max. Marks : 50 ( For Blind Candidates Time : 1 Hour ) §……Ë r˘EÚ ™……‰M™…i…… {…Æ˙“I…… ( EÚI…… X E‰Ú  ¥…t…Ãl…™…… E‰Ú  ±…B ) ∫…®…™… : 45  ®…x…]ı {…⁄h……»EÚ : 50 ( o˘Œπ]ıΩ˛“x… +¶…Ãl…™…… E‰Ú  ±…B ∫…®…™… : 1 P…Δ ) INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES Read the following instructions carefully before you open the question booklet. 1. Answers are to be given on a separate answer sheet (OMR sheet). 2. Please write your Roll Number as allotted to you in the admission card very clearly on the test-booklet and darken the appropriate circles on the answer sheet as per instructions given. 3. There are 50 questions in this test. All are compulsory. 4. Please follow the instructions given on the answer sheet for marking the answers. 5. If you do not know the answer to any question, do not waste time on it and pass on to the next one. Time permitting, you can come back to the questions, which you have left in the first instance and attempt them. 6. Since the time allotted for this question paper is very limited, you should make the best use of it by not spending too much time on any one question. 7. Rough work can be done on the given Blank Pages at the back of the booklet but not on the answer sheet/loose paper. 8. Every correct answer will be awarded one mark. There will be no negative marking. 9. Please return the Answer sheet (OMR) only to the invigilator after the test. 10. Hindi version of the question paper will be considered as final in case of any dispute arising out of variation in translated version. PLEASE TURN OVER THE PAGE AND START YOUR WORK. {…Æ˙I……Ãl…™…… EÚ  ±…B  x…nÊ ˘∂… |…∂x… {…÷Œ∫i…EÚ… J……‰±…x…‰ ∫…‰ {…Ω˛±…‰  x…®x…  x…nÊ˘∂…… EÚ…‰ v™……x… ∫…‰ {… g¯B* 1. =k…Æ˙ BEÚ +±…M… =k…Æ˙-{…j…EÚ (+…‰0 B®…0 +…Æ˙0 ∂…“]ı) ®… n‰˘x…‰ ΩÈ ˛* 2. EfiÚ{…™…… +{…x…… Æ˙…‰±… x…®§…Æ˙ V…Ë∫……  EÚ +…{…E‰Ú |…¥…‰∂… {…j… {…Æ˙  n˘™…… M…™…… Ω˲,  x…nÊ˘∂……x…÷∫……Æ ˙ ]‰ ı∫]ı {…÷Œ∫i…EÚ… {…Æ˙ §…Ω÷˛i… ∫{…π]ı  ±… J…™…‰ +…ËÆ˙ =k…Æ˙-{…j…EÚ {…Æ˙  n˘™…‰ M…™…‰ M……‰±…… EÚ…‰ EÚ…±…… EÚÆÂ˙* 3. <∫… {…Æ˙“I…… ®… 50 |…∂x… ΩÈ ˛* ∫…¶…“ |…∂x… + x…¥……™…« ΩÈ ˛* 4. EfiÚ{…™…… =k…Æ˙  S…Ì»i… EÚÆ˙x…‰ E‰Ú  ±…B =k…Æ˙-{…j…EÚ {…Æ˙  n˘™…‰ M…™…‰  x…nÊ˘∂…… EÚ…‰ v™……x… ∫…‰ ∫…®…Z… EÚÆ˙ =x…EÚ“ +x…÷{……±…x…… EÚ“ V…B* 5. ™… n˘ +…{…  EÚ∫…“ |…∂x… EÚ… =k…Æ˙ x…Ω˛” V……x…i…‰ ΩÈ˛ i……‰ =∫… {…Æ˙ §…Ω÷˛i… ∫…®…™… x… M…Δ¥……<™…‰ +…ËÆ˙ +M…±…‰ |…∂x… {…Æ˙ §…g¯ V……<™…‰* ™… n˘ §……n˘ ®… ∫…®…™…  ®…±…‰ i……‰  V…x… |…∂x…… EÚ…‰ +…{…x…‰ {…Ω˛±…‰ UÙ…‰c˜  n˘™…… l……, =x… {…Æ˙ ¥……{…∫… +…EÚÆ˙ =x…E‰Ú =k…Æ˙ n˘“ V…B* 6. C™…… EÚ <∫… |…∂x… {…j… E‰Ú  ±…B  x…v……« Æ˙i… ∫…®…™… §…Ω÷˛i… ∫…“ ®…i… Ω˲, <∫… ±…B <∫…EÚ… + v…EÚi…®… ={…™……‰M… EÚ“ V…™…‰ +…ËÆ˙  EÚ∫…“ |…∂x… {…Æ˙ §…Ω÷ ˛i… ∫…®…™… x… ±…M……<™…‰* 7. Æ˙°Ú EÚ…™…« {…÷Œ∫i…EÚ… E‰Ú +Δi… ®…  n˘™…‰ M…™…‰  Æ˙HÚ {…fiπ`ˆ… {…Æ˙  EÚ™…… V…… ∫…EÚi…… Ω˲  EÚxi…÷ =k…Æ˙-{…j…EÚ/+±…M… EÚ…M…V… {…Æ˙ x…Ω˛”* 8. |…i™…‰EÚ ∫…Ω˛“ =k…Æ˙ EÚ… BEÚ +ΔEÚ |…n˘…x…  EÚ™…… V……BM……* <∫…®… @Òh……i®…EÚ +ΔEÚx… x…Ω˛” Ω˛…‰M……* 9. EfiÚ{…™…… {…Æ˙“I…… E‰Ú §……n˘ E‰Ú¥…±… =k…Æ˙-{…j…EÚ (+…‰0 B®…0 +…Æ˙0ı) Ω˛“  x…Æ˙“I…EÚ EÚ…‰ ±……Ë]ı…<B* 10. +x…÷¥…… n˘i…  ¥…¥…Æ˙h… ®… +xi…Æ˙ ∫…‰ =`‰ˆ  EÚ∫…“ ¶…“  ¥…¥……n˘ EÚ“ Œ∫l… i… ®… |…∂x…-{…j… E‰Ú  Ω˛xn˘“ +x…÷¥……n˘ EÚ…‰  x…h……«™…EÚ ®……x…… V……BM……* EfiÚ{…™…… {…fiπ`ˆ {…±… ]ı™…‰ +…ËÆ˙ +{…x…… EÚ…™…« +…Æ˙®¶… EÚ“ V…B* BSER 2016 The copyright of the contents of this booklet rests with the BSER and no part of it should be used by anybody in any manner whatsoever without the prior permission of the BSER. The items are prepared on best effort basis. In case of any dispute the opinion of the experts appointed by BSER will be final. NTSE(I)/16 – MAT–98-A 98 A

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  • MAT-1 NTSE(I)/16 Æ˙…π]≈ı“™… |… i…¶…… J……‰V… {…Æ˙“I…… ( |…l…®… ∫i…Æ˙ ) 2016

    NATIONAL TALENT SEARCH EXAMINATION ( FIRST LEVEL ) 2016 Roll No.   Æ˙…‰±… x…®§…Æ˙

    Booklet Number         {…÷Œ∫i…EÚ… ∫…ΔJ™……

    MENTAL ABILITY TEST ( For Students of Class X )

    Time : 45 Minutes Max. Marks : 50 ( For Blind Candidates Time : 1 Hour )

    §……Ë r˘EÚ ™……‰M™…i…… {…Æ˙“I…… ( EÚI…… X E‰Ú  ¥…t…Ãl…™……Â E‰Ú  ±…B )

    ∫…®…™… : 45  ®…x…]ı {…⁄h……»EÚ : 50 ( o˘Œπ]ıΩ˛“x… +¶™…Ãl…™…… E‰Ú  ±…B ∫…®…™… : 1 P…Δ]ı… )

    INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES Read the following instructions carefully before you open the question booklet. 1. Answers are to be given on a separate

    answer sheet (OMR sheet). 2. Please write your Roll Number as allotted to

    you in the admission card very clearly on the test-booklet and darken the appropriate circles on the answer sheet as per instructions given.

    3. There are 50 questions in this test. All are compulsory.

    4. Please follow the instructions given on the answer sheet for marking the answers.

    5. If you do not know the answer to any question, do not waste time on it and pass on to the next one. Time permitting, you can come back to the questions, which you have left in the first instance and attempt them.

    6. Since the time allotted for this question paper is very limited, you should make the best use of it by not spending too much time on any one question.

    7. Rough work can be done on the given Blank Pages at the back of the booklet but not on the answer sheet/loose paper.

    8. Every correct answer will be awarded one mark. There will be no negative marking.

    9. Please return the Answer sheet (OMR) only to the invigilator after the test.

    10. Hindi version of the question paper will be considered as final in case of any dispute arising out of variation in translated version.

    PLEASE TURN OVER THE PAGE AND START YOUR WORK.

    {…Æ˙“I……Ãl…™…… E‰Ú  ±…B  x…nÊ˘∂… |…∂x… {…÷Œ∫i…EÚ… J……‰±…x…‰ ∫…‰ {…Ω˛±…‰  x…®x…  x…nÊ˘∂…… EÚ…‰ v™……x… ∫…‰ {… g¯B* 1. =k…Æ˙ BEÚ +±…M… =k…Æ˙-{…j…EÚ (+…‰0 B®…0 +…Æ˙0 ∂…“]ı)

    ®… n‰̆x…‰ ΩĘ̀* 2. EfiÚ{…™…… +{…x…… Æ˙…‰±… x…®§…Æ˙ V…Ë∫……  EÚ +…{…E‰Ú |…¥…‰∂… {…j… {…Æ˙

     n˘™…… M…™…… Ω˲,  x…nÊ˘∂……x…÷∫……Æ ˙ ]‰ı∫]ı {…÷Œ∫i…EÚ… {…Æ˙ §…Ω÷˛i… ∫{…π]ı  ±… J…™…‰ +…ËÆ˙ =k…Æ˙-{…j…EÚ {…Æ˙˙  n˘™…‰ M…™…‰ M……‰±…… EÚ…‰ EÚ…±…… EÚÆÂ̇*

    3.

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    NTSE(I)/16 – MAT–98-A [ P.T.O. 

    §……Ë r˘EÚ ™……‰M™…i…… {…Æ˙“I…… MENTAL ABILITY TEST

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    NTSE(I)/16 – MAT–98-A 

    |…∂x… ( 9 – 11 ) / Questions ( 9 – 11 )  x…nÊ˘∂… : x…“S…‰ |…i™…‰EÚ |…∂x… ®… n˘…‰ EÚl…x… +…ËÆ˙ n˘…‰  x…πEÚπ…« I +…ËÆ˙ II  n˘B M…B ΩĘ̀* +…{…EÚ…‰  n˘B M…B EÚl…x……Â

    EÚ…‰ ∫…i™… ®……x…x…… ΩĘ̈, ¶…±…‰ Ω˛“ ¥…‰ ∫…¥…«Y……i… i…l™…… ∫…‰  ¶…z… |…i…“i… Ω˛…‰i…‰ ΩĘ̀*  x…πEÚπ……Á EÚ…‰ {…g¯ EÚÆ˙ ™…Ω˛ i…™… EÚ“ V…B  EÚ EÚ…Ëx…-∫……  x…πEÚπ…«  n˘B M…B EÚl…x…… EÚ… i…E«Ú ∫…i…¬ ∞¸{… ∫…‰ +x…÷∫…Æ˙h… EÚÆ˙i…… Ω˲* Direction : In each of the questions below are given two statements and two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given two statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two given statements. 9. EÚl…x… : (i) : ∫…¶…“ {…‰x∫…“±… {…‰x… ΩÈ˛* (ii) : ∫…¶…“ {…‰x… ®……E«ÚÆ˙ ΩÈ˛*  x…πEÚπ…« : (I) : ∫…¶…“ {…‰x∫…“±… ®……E«ÚÆ˙ ΩĘ̀* (II) : E÷ÚUÙ {…‰x… {…‰x∫…“±… Ω˲* (1) E‰Ú¥…±…  x…πEÚπ…« I ∫…i™… Ω˲ (2) E‰Ú¥…±…  x…πEÚπ…« II ∫…i™… Ω˲ (3) n˘…‰x……  x…πEÚπ…« I +…ËÆ˙ II ∫…i™… ΩÈ˛ (4) x… i……‰  x…πEÚπ…« I +…ËÆ˙ x… Ω˛“  x…πEÚπ…« II ∫…i™… Ω˲* Statements (i) : All pencils are pens. (ii) : All pens are markers. Conclusions (I) : All pencils are markers. (II) : Some pens are pencils. (1) Only conclusion I is true (2) Only conclusion II is true (3) Both conclusions I and II are true (4) Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true. 10. EÚl…x… : (i) : E÷ÚUÙ  J…±……c˜“ M……™…EÚ ΩÈ˛* (ii) : ∫…¶…“ M……™…EÚ ±…®§…‰ ΩÈ˛*  x…πEÚπ…« : (I) : E÷ÚUÙ  J…±……c˜“ ±…®§…‰ ΩÈ˛* (II) : ∫…¶…“  J…±……c˜“ ±…®§…‰ ΩÈ˛* (1) E‰Ú¥…±…  x…πEÚπ…« I ∫…i™… Ω˲ (2) E‰Ú¥…±…  x…πEÚπ…« II ∫…i™… Ω˲ (3) n˘…‰x……  x…πEÚπ…« I +…ËÆ˙ II ∫…i™… ΩÈ˛ (4) x… i……‰  x…πEÚπ…« I +…ËÆ˙ x… Ω˛“  x…πEÚπ…« II ∫…i™… Ω˲* Statements (i) : Some players are singers. (ii) : All singers are tall. Conclusions (I) : Some players are tall. (II) : All players are tall. (1) Only conclusion I is true (2) Only conclusion II is true (3) Both conclusions I and II are true (4) Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true.

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    11. EÚl…x… : (i) : ∫…¶…“ {…il…Æ˙ Ω˛“Ɖ˙ ΩÈ˛* (ii) : E÷ÚUÙ Ω˛“Ɖ̇ ®……‰i…“ ΩĘ̀*  x…πEÚπ…« : (I) : E÷ÚUÙ ®……‰i…“ {…il…Æ˙ ΩÈ˛* (II) : ∫…¶…“ Ω˛“Ɖ̇ ®……‰i…“ ΩĘ̀* (1) E‰Ú¥…±…  x…πEÚπ…« I ∫…i™… Ω˲ (2) E‰Ú¥…±…  x…πEÚπ…« II ∫…i™… Ω˲ (3) n˘…‰x……  x…πEÚπ…« I +…ËÆ˙ II ∫…i™… ΩÈ˛ (4) x… i……‰  x…πEÚπ…« I +…ËÆ˙ x… Ω˛“  x…πEÚπ…« II ∫…i™… Ω˲* Statements (i) : All stones are diamond. (ii) : Some diamonds are pearl. Conclusions (I) : Some pearls are stone. (II) : All diamonds are pearl. (1) Only conclusion I is true (2) Only conclusion II is true (3) Both conclusions I and II are true (4) Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true.

    12.  x…®x… ®… ∫…‰ EÚ…Ëx…-∫…… ¥…‰x… +…Ɖ˙J… §…÷ r˘, ™……‰M™…i…… +…ËÆ˙

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    NTSE(I)/16 – MAT–98-A 

    Which of the following Venn diagrams correctly represents Delhi, India and Asia ?

    (1) (2)

    (3) (4)

    |…∂x… ( 14 – 15 ) / Questions ( 14 – 15 )

     x…®x… +…±…‰J… E‰Ú +…v……Æ˙ {…Æ˙ =k…Æ˙ n˘“ V…B : Give answer on the following Venn diagram :

    14. B‰∫…‰  EÚi…x…‰ ¥™… HÚ ΩÈ˛ V……‰ i…“x…… ∫…‰ V…÷c‰˜ Ω÷˛B ΩÈ˛ ? How many persons are related to all three ? (1) 20 (2) 12 (3) 32 (4) 17.

    15. B‰∫…‰  EÚi…x…‰ ¥™… HÚ ΩÈ˛ V……‰  EÚxΩ˛” n˘…‰ ∫…‰ V…÷c‰˜ Ω÷˛B ΩÈ˛ ? How many persons are related to any two ? (1) 32 (2) 34 (3) 43 (4) 27.

    |…∂x… ( 16 – 19 ) / Questions ( 16 – 19 )

     x…nÊ˘∂… : |…∂x… 16 ∫…‰ 19 i…EÚ ®… i…“x…  ¥…EÚ±{…  EÚ∫…“ o˘Œπ]ı ∫…‰ ∫…®……x… ΩĘ̀ {…Æ˙xi…÷ BEÚ  ¥…EÚ±{…

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    20.  n˘™…‰ M…™…‰ {……∫…… ®… 3 E‰Ú  ¥…{…Æ˙“i… °Ú±…EÚ {…Æ˙ EÚ…Ëx…-∫…“ ∫…ΔJ™…… ΩĘ̈ ?

    (1) 2 (2) 3 (3) 4 (4) 6. In the given dice the opposite side of the 3 face is having which number ?

    (1) 2 (2) 3 (3) 4 (4) 6.

    21. BEÚ {……∫…‰ EÚ“ n˘…‰ Œ∫l… i…™……ƒ x…“S…‰ n˘“ M…{…Æ˙ EÚ“ ∫…ΔJ™…… C™…… Ω˛…‰M…“ ?

    (1) 3 (2) 5 (3) 1 (4) 6. In the given two positions of a dice, when 2 is below the dice which number is on

    the dice ?

    (1) 3 (2) 5 (3) 1 (4) 6.

    |…∂x… ( 22 – 23 ) / Questions ( 22 – 23 )

     x…nÊ˘∂… : P…x… {…Æ˙ +…v…… Æ˙i… |…∂x…… E‰Ú =k…Æ˙ n˘“ V…B : Direction : Answer the questions on the basis of cube :

    22. 6 ∫…‰®…“ ¶…÷V…… ¥……±…‰  EÚ∫…“ P…x… EÚ…‰ 2 ∫…‰®…“ ¶…÷V…… ¥……±…‰ P…x…… ®…  ¥…¶…… V…i…  EÚ™…… V……B i……‰ B‰∫…‰ P…x…… EÚ“ E÷Ú±… ∫…ΔJ™…… ΩĘ̈

    A cube of side 6 cm is divided in the cubes of side 2 cm. Then the total number of cubes is

    (1) 9 (2) 27 (3) 81 (4) 216.

    23. BEÚ P…x… EÚ“ +…EfiÚ i… n˘“ M…

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    24. ™… n˘  EÚ∫…“ ∫……ΔE‰Ú i…EÚ ¶……π…… ®… ‘REKHA’ EÚ…‰ ‘AHKER’  ±…J…… V……i…… Ω˲, i……‰ ‘HEMA’ EÚ…‰  ±…J…… V……™…‰M…… If in a coded language the word ‘REKHA’ is written as ‘AHKER’ then in the same

    code language ‘HEMA’ will be written as (1) AMEH (2) EMAH (3) MAHE (4) EAMH.

    25. ™… n˘  EÚ∫…“ ∫……ΔE‰Ú i…EÚ ¶……π…… ®… CHILDREN EÚ…‰ EJKNFTGP  ±…J…… V……i…… Ω˲, i……‰ TEACHER EÚ…‰  ±…J…… V……™…‰M……

    If in a coded language the word CHILDREN is written as EJKNFTGP then TEACHER will be written as

    (1) VGCEJTG (2) VGCEJGT (3) VGCJEGT (4) VGCGEJT.

    26.  EÚ∫…“ E⁄Ú]ı ¶……π…… ®… x…“S…‰  ±…J…“ ¥…h…«®……±…… BEÚ  ¥…∂…‰π… fΔ¯M… ∫…‰ ∫…ΔE‰Úi…… ®… ¥™…HÚ EÚ“ V……i…“ Ω˲ :

    8560243197NMVUSEDCBA

    i……‰ E⁄Ú]ı ¥™……J™…… 973578 Ω˛…‰M…“

    In a coded language the given alphabets are written in special codes.

    8560243197NMVUSEDCBA

    Then code 973578 will be (1) BADMAN (2) BACMAN (3) DUEMAN (4) MANSDE.

    27. ™… n  EÚ∫…“ E⁄Ú]ı ¶……π…… ®… ‘RUSTY’ EÚ…‰ 96872  ±…J…… V……i…… Ω˲, i……‰ =∫…“ E⁄Ú]ı ¶……π…… ®… ‘ZXWV’ EÚ…‰  ±…J…… V……™…‰M……

    In a coded language ‘RUSTY’ is written as 96872. Then in the same coded language ‘ZXWV’ will be written as

    (1) 1354 (2) 1543 (3) 1345 (4) 1534.

    28. A, B EÚ… S……S…… Ω˲, B, C EÚ“ {…÷j…“ Ω˲, C, D EÚ“ {…÷j…¥…v…÷ Ω˲, i……‰ A EÚ… D ∫…‰ ∫…®§…xv… Ω˲

    (1) {…÷j… (2) ¶……

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    |…∂x… ( 31 – 34 ) / Questions ( 31 – 34 )

     x…nÊ˘∂… : |…∂x… 31 ∫…‰ 34 i…EÚ ®…  S…j…… E‰Ú n˘…‰ ∫…®…⁄Ω˛ ΩÈ˛,  V…x…®… BEÚ ∫…®…⁄Ω˛ EÚ…‰ ∫…®…∫™……- S…j… ¥… n⁄˘∫…Ɖ˙ EÚ…‰ =k…Æ- S…j… EÚΩ˛i…‰ ΩĘ̀* ∫…®…∫™……- S…j… BEÚ GÚ®… ®… BEÚ E‰Ú §……n˘ BEÚ Æ˙J…‰ Ω÷̨B ΩĘ̀* +…{…EÚ…‰ =k…Æ˙- S…j…… ®… ∫…‰ BEÚ B‰∫…‰  S…j… EÚ… S…÷x……¥… EÚÆ˙x…… Ω˲, V……‰ ∫…®…∫™……- S…j…… ®… GÚ®……x…÷∫……Æ˙ +…M…‰ V……‰c˜… V…… ∫…E‰Ú* ∫…Ω˛“ =k…Æ˙- S…j… Y……i… EÚ“ V…B*

    Direction : In questions 31 to 34 there are two sets of figures, one set contains problem figures while the other has answer-figures. There is a sequence according to which the problem figures are arranged. You have to select an answer-figure which can be added in sequence in the problem-figures. Choose the correct figure.

    31. ∫…®…∫™……- S…j… / Problem-figures =k…Æ- S…j… / Answer-figures

    32. ∫…®…∫™……- S…j… / Problem-figures =k…Æ- S…j… / Answer-figures

    33. ∫…®…∫™……- S…j… / Problem-figures =k…Æ- S…j… / Answer-figures

    34. ∫…®…∫™……- S…j… / Problem-figures =k…Æ- S…j… / Answer-figures

    |…∂x… ( 35 – 37 ) / Questions ( 35 – 37 )

     x…nÊ˘∂… : |…∂x… 35 ∫…‰ 37 ®… |…i™…‰EÚ ®… S……Æ˙  S…j…  n˘™…‰ M…™…‰ ΩÈ˛* =x…®… ∫…‰ BEÚ  S…j… +x™…  S…j…… ∫…‰ ®…‰±… x…Ω˛” J……i…… Ω˲* =∫… §…‰®…‰±…  S…j… EÚ…‰ Y……i… EÚ“ V…B*

    Direction : In questions 35 to 37 there are four figures given. One of these does not correlate with the rest of the figures. Find out that odd figure.

    35.

    36.

    37.

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    38.  n˘™…‰ M…™…‰  S…j… ®…  EÚi…x…‰  j…¶…÷V… ΩÈ˛ ?

    (1) 5 (2) 6 (3) 8 (4) 10.

    How many triangles are there in the figure below ?

    (1) 5 (2) 6 (3) 8 (4) 10.

    39.  n˘™…‰ M…™…‰  S…j… ®…  EÚi…x…‰ ∫…®……xi…Æ˙ S…i…÷¶…÷«V… ΩÈ˛ ?

    (1) 14 (2) 15 (3) 16 (4) 18.

    How many parallelograms are there in the figure below ?

    (1) 14 (2) 15 (3) 16 (4) 18.

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     x…nÊ˘∂… : |…∂x… 40 ∫…‰ 42 i…EÚ n˘“ M…

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    42. |…∂x…-+…EfiÚ i… / Question-figure =k…Æ-+…EfiÚ i…™……ƒ / Answer-figures

    43. n˘“ M…

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    47.  x…®x… §±……ÏEÚ…Â E‰Ú {…÷ΔV… EÚ…‰ +±…M…-+±…M… EÚÆ˙x…‰ {…Æ˙  EÚi…x…‰ §±……ÏEÚ |……{i… Ω˛…ÂM…‰ ?

    (1) 3 (2) 4 (3) 5 (4) 6.

    Find the number of blocks when the given stack of blocks is separated :

    (1) 3 (2) 4 (3) 5 (4) 6.

    48.  n˘™…‰ M…™…‰  S…j… ®… E÷Ú±… P…x…… EÚ“ ∫…ΔJ™…… Ω˲

    (1) 25 (2) 55 (3) 85 (4) 35.

    In the given figure, the total number of cubes is

    (1) 25 (2) 55 (3) 85 (4) 35.

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    49.  n˘™…‰ M…™…‰  S…j… ®… ¥…M……Á EÚ…‰ ®……‰c˜EÚÆ˙ BEÚ P…x… §…x……™…… M…™……, i……‰ ∫…ΔJ™…… 2 E‰Ú ∫……®…x…‰ EÚ…Ëx…-∫…“ ∫…ΔJ™…… +…™…‰M…“ ?

    (1) 1 (2) 3 (3) 5 (4) 6.

    In the given figure squares are folded and a cube is formed. Then the number

    opposite to 2 is

    (1) 1 (2) 3 (3) 5 (4) 6.

    50. ®……x…EÚ {……∫…‰ ®… n˘…‰  ¥…{…Æ˙“i… °Ú±…EÚ…Â EÚ… ™……‰M… ∫…nˢ¥… Ω˛…‰i…… Ω˲

    In the standard die the sum of opposite faces always remains

    (1) 8 (2) 7 (3) 6 (4) 5.

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