Ftre 2013 Class Viii Paper 2

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FIITJEE

Talent Reward Exam

for student presently in

Class 8

PAPER–2 Time: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 258

Instructions: Caution: Question Paper CODE as given above MUST be correctly marked in the answer OMR sheet before attempting the paper. Wrong CODE or no CODE will give wrong results.

1.

You are advised to devote 1 Hour on Section-I and 2 Hours on Section-II and Section-III.

2.

This Question paper consists of 3 sections. All questions will be multiple choice single correct out of four choices with marking scheme in table below: Section

Question no.

SECTION – I (IQ)

SECTION – II (SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS) SECTION – III (SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS)

Marking Scheme for each question correct answer

wrong answer

Q. 1 to 11

+2

0

Q. 12 to 17

+3

–1

Q. 18 to 22

+6

–2

Part –A

Physics

Q. 23 to 27

+4

–1

Part –B

Chemistry

Q. 28 to 32

+4

–1

Part –C

Mathematics

Q. 33 to 37

+4

–1

Part –D

Biology

Q. 38 to 42

+4

–1

Part –A

Physics

Q. 43 to 48

+6

–2

Part –B

Chemistry

Q. 49 to 54

+6

–2

Part –C

Mathematics

Q. 55 to 60

+6

–2

3.

Answers have to be marked on the OMR sheet.

4.

The Question Paper contains blank spaces for your rough work. No additional sheets will be provided for rough work.

5.

Blank papers, clip boards, log tables, slide rule, calculator, cellular phones, pagers and electronic devices, in any form, are not allowed.

6.

Before attempting paper write your Name, Registration number and Test Centre in the space provided at the bottom of this sheet.

Note: Check all the sheets of this question paper. Please ensure the same SET is marked on header of all the sheets inside as indicated above ‘Maximum Marks’ of this page. In case SET marked is not the same on all pages, immediately inform the invigilator and CHANGE the Questions paper.

Registration Number

:

Name of the Candidate : _____________________________________________________________ Test Centre

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SECTION – I

IQ 1.

2.

Find the next letter in the series 3, 14, 39, 84, 155, ? (A) 250 (C) 256

(B) 254 (D) 258

Find the next letter in the series A 21 K, L 43 V, W 03 G, ? (A) H 62 R (C) H 52 Q

(B) H 72 S (D) I 82 G

3.

In a certain code language if the word VALIDITY is coded as AVILIDYT, then what is coded as IMPORTED? (A) MIOPDETR (B) MIOPTRDE (C) OPTIDETR (D) MIPOTRDE

4.

Find the odd one among the following: (A) 441 (C) 125

(B) 289 (D) 361

5.

In a class of 115 students, 60 play Basket Ball, 50 play Volley Ball and 20 play both Basket Ball and Volley Ball, then how many students play neither Basket Ball nor Volley Ball? (A) 15 (B) 25 (C) 5 (D) 0

6.

By how many degrees the minute hand in a clock moves in the same time, in which the hour hand moves 180? (A) 2160 (B) 2400 0 (C) 210 (D) 1800 Space For Rough Work

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7.

Which among the following year is a leap year? (A) 2500 (B) 2800 (C) 2600 (D) 2700

8.

If ‘–’ stands for ‘x’, ‘x’ stands for ‘+’, ‘+’ stands for ‘’, ‘’ stands for ‘–’, then what is the value of 7  21 x 81 + 9 – 3 x 14 ? (A) 21 (B) 24 (C) 27 (D) 28

9.

In the series given below which is the 9th element to the right of the 5th element from left end? #TSUV9874367$£[email protected]%J?89 (A) $ (B) £ (C) 4 (D) %

10.

When a watch shows 3.00 PM, if the minute hand points towards the south west, then in which direction will the hour hand point at 9:00 am? (A) North West (B) South East (C) West (D) North

11.

19 people entered a bus before Aneesh. 12 people entered the bus between Aneesh and Vipin and 14 people entered the bus after Vipin. How many people are there in the bus if Vipin entered the bus before Aneesh? (A) 20 (B) 22 (C) 21 (D) Can not be determined

Directions (12 – 17) : Read the information and answer the questions given below: A cube is coloured red on all faces. It is cut into 64 smaller cubes of equal size. Answer the following questions: 12.

How many cubes will have at least two faces painted? (A) 8 (B) 24 (C) 32 (D) 56 Space For Rough Work

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13.

How many cubes will have 3 faces painted? (A) 8 (B) 24 (C) 16 (D) 12

14.

How many cubes will be there with only two faces painted? (A) 22 (B) 20 (C) 24 (D) 30

15.

How many cubes will be there with only one face painted? (A) 20 (B) 24 (C) 22 (D) 30

16.

How many cubes have no colour on them? (A) 8 (B) 24 (C) 16 (D) 12

17.

How many cubes will have red colour on them? (A) 24 (B) 56 (C) 64 (D) 58

Directions (18 – 22): Read the information and answer the questions given below: (i)

There are seven members – A, B, C, D, E, F and G of a family. Five of them own a different coloured car Red, Blue, White, Green and Black.

(ii)

Five of them are teachers and each teacher teaches a different subject like social studies, Physics, Biology, Philosophy and Psychology.

(iii)

B is not a teacher and owns blue car.

(iv)

E teaches Biology and owns a car which is neither black nor white.

(v)

G teaches social studies and owns Green car. F is not a teacher but owns a car.

(vi)

A is a teacher but does not teach Philosophy or Psychology and owns a car which is not white.

18.

Who is the owner of white coloured car? (A) A (C) E

(B) F (D) G

Space For Rough Work

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19.

Which coloured car is owned by C? (A) He does not own a car (C) Red

(B) White (D) Green

20.

Which coloured car is owned by Biology teacher? (A) Black (B) White or Red (C) Red (D) Data inadequate

21.

If D teaches Philosophy, who teaches Psychology? (A) A (B) F (C) E (D) C

22.

Who teaches Physics? (A) A (C) E

(B) F (D) G

SECTION – II SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS (PCMB)

PHYSICS Part - A 23.

Which of the following are mechanical waves? (A) Sound (B) Light (C) Radio (D) All of these

24.

The current in a wire depends. (A) Only on the potential difference applied. (B) Only on the resistance of wire. (C) On both of them. (D) On none of them.

25.

A rain drop of mass 0.1 g is falling with uniform speed of 10 cm/s. What is the net force on the drop? (A) 2 × 10–3 N (B) 10–3 N (C) zero (D) 10–2 N Space For Rough Work

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26.

A current of 2A passes through 12V electric bulb. The electrical energy consumed by the bulb in 20 min is (A) 28.8 kJ (B) 30.8 kJ (C) 8 J (D) 18 kJ

27.

A block is pressed against a wall with a force F. Which statement is true? (A) Friction force acts along the wall in upward direction. (B) Friction force acts along the wall in downward direction. (C) Friction force acts along the direction of applied force. (D) There is no force of friction between block and wall.

F

CHEMISTRY Part - B 28.

Which of the following contains cotton? (A) Polyester (C) PET

(B) Terrycot (D) Terylene

29.

Which of the following substance possess ductility? (A) Carbon (B) Hydrogen (C) Copper (D) Sulphur

30.

Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct for anthracite coal? (i) It is the hardest variety of coal (ii) It has the highest calorific value as compared to other variety of coal (iii) It is known as household coal (iv) It contains the highest percentage of carbon Choose the correct codes: (A) ii and iv (B) i, ii, iii and iv (C) i, ii and iv (D) ii, iii and iv Space For Rough Work

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31.

Which of the following property/properties is/are correct for polyethene? (i) It is a linear polymer (ii) It is a cross – linked polymer (iii) It’s monomer contains carbon and hydrogen (iv) It’s monomer is vinyl chloride Choose the correct codes: (A) i, ii and iv (B) ii and iv (C) i and iv (D) i and iii

32.

The oxide of an element (X) reacts with water to form a solution which turns red litmus paper to blue. The element (X) should be (A) Calcium (B) Sulphur (C) Chlorine (D) Nitrogen

MATHEMATICS Part – C 33.

Which of the following lies between

3 7 and 5 9

11 15 2 (C) 5 34.

35.

1 9 4 (D) 5

(A)

(B)

If 2 (x - 3) = 3x + 4, then the value of x is (A) 10 (C) – 10

(B) – 2 (D) 2

In the figure, ABCD is a quadrilateral, then find the value of x  y  z  k (A) 5400 (B) 7200 0 (C) 270 (D) 3600

D

y

C

z

x A k

B

Space For Rough Work

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36.

Let x be a four digit positive integer such that the unit digit of x is prime and the product of all digits of x is also prime. How many such integers are possible? (A) 4 (B) 8 (C) 3 (D) 5

37.

If x 

1 50x  66 , then the value of is 2 x 4x  36x  4

1 3 3 (C) 4

1 6 2 (D) 3

(A)

(B)

BIOLOGY Part - D 38.

39.

40.

Cheese and yoghurt are the products of (A) distillation (B) dehydration (C) fermentation (D) pasteurization Kanha National park is located in __________ and is famous for ______ (A) Madhya Pradesh, Elephant (B) Madhya Pradesh, Tiger (C) Odisha, Tiger (D) Assam, Elephant Match the following and choose the correct combination from the option given below. Cell Organelle (a) Endoplasmic Reticulum (b) Free Ribosome (c) Mitochondria (d) Contractile Vacuole (A) a – 3, b – 4, c – 1, d - 2 (C) a – 3, b – 4, c – 2, d – 1

Function (1) Take part in cellular respiration (2) Take part in osmoregulation and excretion (3) Synthesis of lipids (4) Synthesize non – secretory proteins (B) a – 1, b – 2, c – 4, d – 3 (D) a – 3, b – 2, c – 1, d – 4

Space For Rough Work

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41.

Match List I with List II and select the correct option. List - I (a) Hippocrates (b) Norman Berlaug (c) Edward Jenner (d) Pasteurisation (A) a – I, b – II, c – III, d – IV (C) a – III, b – II, c – I, d – IV

42.

List - II (I) Green Revolution (II) Louis Pasteur (III) Father of Medicine (IV) Introduced Vaccination (B) a – II, b – I, c – IV, d – III (D) a – III, b – I, c – IV, d – II

Which one of the following is correct option? (1) Sharbati Sonora (2) Pomato

High yielding variety of Rice Produced by the hybridization between potato and tomato Bacillus thuringiesis bacteria treated cotton Variety of wheat

(3) Bt Cotton (4) IR – 36 Statements (A) (2) and (3) are correct (C) (1) and (4) statement are wrong

(B) (1), (2) and (3) statements are correct (D) (1) and (3) statements are correct

SECTION – III SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS (PCM)

PHYSICS Part - A 43.

A source is vibrating with frequency 500 Hz, the sound wave thus produced is travelling with a speed of 350 m/s. A compression appears at a place at a given instant. The minimum time interval after which a rarefaction occurs at the same point is 1 1 (A) s (B) s 250 500 1 1 (C) s (D) s 1000 350 Space For Rough Work

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44.

A cricketer catches a ball of mass 150 g in 0.1s moving with a speed of 20 m/s. He experiences the force of (A) 300 N (B) 30 N (C) 3 N (D) 0.3 N

45.

A current of 4.8 A is flowing in a conductor. The number of electrons/second moving through any cross-section normal to direction of flow is (A) 1019 (B) 2 × 1019 19 (C) 3 × 10 (D) 7.68 × 1020

46.

Which one of the following would a hydrogen balloon find easier to lift? (A) 1 kg of steel (B) 1 kg of lightly packed feathers. (C) 1 kg of water (D) All of these

47.

If the current in the electric bulb decreases by 20% then the power in the bulb decreases by (A) 25% (B) 36% (C) 64% (D) 40%

48.

A block A of mass 5 kg is placed on a rough table. The coefficient of static and kinetic friction between surfaces of block and table be 0.4 and 0.3 respectively. If the force F exerted on the block is 10 N (g = 10 ms–2) the force of friction between block and table is (A) 10 N (B) 20 N (C) 15 N (D) 50 N

A 5 kg

F = 10 N

CHEMISTRY Part - B 49.

Which one of the following properties is incorrect for thermoplastics? (A) They do not melt at a particular temperature (B) They can be deformed easily on heating (C) They are used for high temperature application (D) They cause air pollution Space For Rough Work

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50.

51.

52.

PET is a (A) polyamide (C) polypeptide

(B) polyester (D) none of these

Toluene is expected to be present in (A) Coal tar (C) Natural gas

(B) Coal gas (D) LPG

Elements (X) and (Y) undergo the following reactions: X  O 2  XO 2 2Y  O 2   2 YO XO 2  H2O  H2 XO3

YO  H2O  Y  OH2

Choose the correct statement: (A) ‘X’ is metal and ‘Y’ is non – metal (C) Both ‘X’ and ‘Y’ are metals

(B) ‘X’ is non - metal and ‘Y’ is metal (D) Both ‘X’ and ‘Y’ are non – metals

53.

Choose correct statement(s) from the following: (i) Sulphur catches fire in air (ii) Aqueous solution of sulphur dioxide turns blue litmus red (iii) NO2 is an acidic oxide (iv) MgO is soluble in HCl Choose the correct option: (A) i and ii (B) ii, iii and iv (C) i, iii and iv (D) only ii and iii

54.

CuSO 4  Zn   ZnSO 4  Cu Which of the following change(s) take(s) place during progress of the above reaction? (I) Blue colour of CuSO4 starts disappearing. (II) A reddish brown substance starts depositing in the reaction mixture. (III) Copper is oxidised (IV) Zinc is reduced Choose the correct codes: (A) I, II and III (B) I, II, III and IV (C) I and II (D) III and IV Space For Rough Work

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MATHEMATICS Part – C 2x 1 1    y . Then the value of y is 2 4 2 1 x  x 1 x  x 1  x  x2 (A) 2x (B) x (C) 3 (D) 0

55.

If

56.

In circle with centre O chord AB is produced so that BC equals radius of the circle. CO is drawn and extended to D on the circumference as shown in the figure. Point A is joined to O . Which of the following expresses the relationship between angles x and y? (A) x  60 (B) x  2y (C) x  3y (D) there is no special relationship between x and y

B

A

y

C

x O D

57.

If a2 + b2 + c2 + 6b + 8c – 2a = –26 then find the value of 2a + 3b – 4c (A) 26 (B) 18 (C) 0 (D) 9

58.

If

59.

The square root of 666  667  668  669  1 is (A) 667  668  1 (B) 667  668  1 (C) 666  669  1 (D) 666  669  1

60.

If a3  3a  16  0 Then

1 4 1005 x3 y3 z3    1, find value of 3   x  1 y  4 z  1005 x  x 2 y 3  4y 2 z3  1005z2 (A) 2 (B) 14 (C) 3 (D) 1

(A) 1 (C) 3

3



1/ 3

a 83 7



1/ 3



 83 7



(B) 2 (D) 0 Space For Rough Work

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FIITJEE

Talent Reward Exam Class 8 PAPER-2

ANSWERS SECTION – I I.Q 1.

D

2.

A

3.

B

4.

C

5.

B

6.

A

7.

B

8.

C

9.

B

10.

B

11.

C

12.

C

13.

A

14.

C

15.

B

16.

A

17.

B

18.

B

19.

A

20.

C

21.

D

22.

A

SECTION – II SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS (PCMB) 23.

A

24.

C

25.

C

26.

A

27.

A

28.

B

29.

C

30.

C

31.

D

32.

A

33.

A

34.

C

35.

D

36.

A

37.

B

38.

C

39.

B

40.

A

41.

D

42.

A

SECTION – III SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS (PCM) 43.

C

44.

B

45.

C

46.

B

47.

B

48.

A

49.

C

50.

B

51.

A

52.

B

53.

B

54.

C

55.

D

56.

C

57.

D

58.

A

59.

B

60.

D

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