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# Solved Question Paper- IMO level 2 (SOF-7th) for Class 5

LOGICAL REASONING SECTION:

1.(D)

Explanation: In the figure if you see at the top there are 5 cubes. There are four rows ,

5X4 =20 cubes in 4 rows. There are two more in the middle.

Therefore, total number of cubes =20+2=22

2(D)

Explanation: ZKKOV is coded as APPLE.

RULE: Last alphabet Z is paired to first alphabet A, Y- B , X-C, W-D, V-E, U-F, T-G, S-H, R-I ,

Q-J,……………

Code for POEAR is KLVZI

3(B)

Explanation:6,4,2,1,5,3,7 SCIENCE

4(B)

5(A)

Expanation: In the following question they have said that Manha turned ¾ and then faced the playground. Question being asked is what was she facing before she took a ¾ turn in clockwise direction. So , you need to move ¾ anticlockwise to find the initial position.

6(D)

Explanation: There are two sets of figures

1st set: Figure i,iii,v

2nd set : Figure ii,iv,vi

Shaded portion moves to third next position on moving clockwise in each set separately.

7(C)

8(C)

Hint: Note the position of mirror is vertical

9(C)

Explanation: 62+42+52 = 77, 72+52+62= 49+25+36=110

10(B)

Explanation:

1st: Hint : After 8th and before 11th

Conclusion – Probable dates are: 9th and 10th

2nd Hint: After 9th and before 15th

Conclusion –Probable dates are 10th ,11th,12th,14th

Combining 1st and 2nd conclusions we get 10th as the common date.

11(A)

12(D)

13(D)

14(D)

Explanation:

D U B C A **B** E D C A B U D C B A E D B C **A** D E B A U C D A E B

15(C)

16(B)

Grandfather ——→Son(father) ———–→Daughter

(Rahul is brother)

17(D)

Explanation :0,2,3,5,8,10,15,17,24,26…..?

Take out alternate numbers

0 ,3, 8,15,24,?

0+3 = 3 , 3+5=8, 8+7=15 , 15+9=24 , 24+11=35.

18(B)

Explanation: All Squares come under the set of rectangles wherein length = breadth.

19(A)

GERMAN

20(B)

20X12+4-16÷5=20-12÷4+16X5=20-3+80=17+80=97.

MATHEMATICAL REASONING

21(C)

22(D)

64.1X100+4.5X70=6410+315=6725

23. (A)

24. (D)

Product of 2 4/7and 3 = 18/7X3=54/7

Let the number be x.

x-54/7 = 215/14

x-54/7= 299/14

x=54/7+299/14=291/14

25.(D)

Mass of local mail=1460g =(50+1410)

Postage for 1st 50g=1.50

Postage for remaining 1410g= (1410÷30)X 0.40= 47X0.40=18.80

Total Postage=1.50+18.80=20.30

26. (B)

27. (A)

28. (A).

Sofa sets sold in April= 8

Sofa sets sold in May=2

Decrease in number of sofa sets sold=8-2=6

29. (D)

Sofa sets sold from Jan to March =16+10+6=32

Each sofa set sold fro = 32,000

32 sofa sets sold for = 32000X32=1024000

30. (A)

Name Time taken

Mahek 2440sec

Binny 125min40sec=125X60+40=7500sec

Kirti 123min24sec=123X60+24=7404 sec

Aakash 24min25sec=24X60+25=1465sec

Aman 24min20sec=24X60+20=1460sec

31 (C)

Perimeter = AB+AD+CD+CH+HG+GK+KL+IL+IJ+EJ+RF+BF

=8+8+4+8+4+8+8+8+4+8+4+8

=80cm

Area= Ar(ABDF)+Ar(CEJH)+Ar(GILK)

=8×8+8×8+8×8=64+64+64=192cm2

32. (C)

Value of 8 in ten thousands place= 80000

Value of 8 in ten’s place = 80

80000=80X1000

33. (A)

1 million= 1000000

¼ of million = ¼ X 1000000=1000000÷4=250000

250000-1 =249999

34. (B)

552847 = 500000+ _____ +25000+40+7

552847 = 525047+____

____=552847-525047=27800

35. (C)

188888 – 88888X10 +4000000÷2

=188888-888880+2000000=1300008

Contributed by enthusiastic students.(Logical Reasoning and Mathematical Reasoning Sections)