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Time : 02:00:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 100

    PART - A

    5 x 1 = 5

  1. (i) 'A' , 'O' and 'B' are______________ points
    (ii) 'A', 'O' and 'C' are ____________ points
    (iii) 'A' 'B' and, 'C' are_________ points
    (iv) _________ is the point of concurrency

    ()

    (i) collinear points
    (ii) non collinear points
    (iii) end points / non collinear points.
    (iv) 0 is the point of concurrency.

  2. A ________ is a collection of numbers gathered to give some meaningful information.

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    datal

  3. The data can be arranged in a tabular form using ______ marks

    ()

    tally

  4. A observation occuring 8 times in a data is represented as _________ using tally marks.

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  5. Tally marks  I represents _______

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    6

  6. PART - B

    13 x 2 = 26
  7. The heights of five boys in class VI are 135, 141, 129, 132, 145 (in centimeters) in height. Arrange their heights as how they stand in the assembly?

  8. The number lock has the password number with 3 digits. The number is least even number and less than 200. Middle digit has no value separately. Find the password. The digits are used only once.

  9. Arrange in ascending order - 123456, 123546, 123623, 123511

  10. Arrange in descending order - 8461,7535,2943,6214

  11. Find the numbers between 572634 and 562634 which is approximated to ten thousands place

  12. Given 'n' students like ice cream. What may 2n show?

  13. Price of oil per litre is rs.5 more than three times the price of cool drinks Express algebraically. 'p' rs Express algebraically

  14. Complete the table and by inspection of the table find the value of m when m +10 = 16.

    m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
    m+10 - - - - - - - - - -
  15. Complete the following pattern.
    9-1=
    98-21=
    987-321=
    9876-4321=
    98765-54321=
    What comes next?

  16. In the following Figure, name the angles.

  17. Write the alternate name of the angle <XYZ in the given figure.

  18. Draw the diagram of two angles having only one common point.

  19. What is the supplementary and complementary angles of 60°

  20. PART - C

    3 x 3 = 9
  21. A piece of wire is '12 s' cm long. What will be length of the side if it is formed as
    (i) an equilateral triangle.
    (ii) a square?

  22. Identify the value of the shapes and figures in the table given below the verify their addition horizontally and vertically

  23. The table given below shows the results of the matches played by 8 teams in a Kabaddi championship tournament,

    Teams A B C D E F G H
    Total Matches played 8 7 n a 9 10 8 y
    Matches won 5 6 4 7 b 6 x 3
    Matches lost k m 6 2 3 c 4 6

    Find the value of all the variables in the table given above.

  24. PART - D

    12 x 5 = 60
  25. Gopal is 8 years younger to Karan. If the sum of their ages is 30, how old is Karnan?

  26. The. rectangles made of identical square blocks with varying lengths but having only two square blocks as width are given below.

    (i) How many smallest squares are there in each of the rectangles P, Q, Rand S?
    (ii) Fill in the boxes

    Rectangles P Q R S T
    Number of small size squares along the breadth 2 2 ? 2 2
    Number of squares along the length 1 4 3 ? X
    Total number of squares in rectangle ? 8 ? 10 ?
  27. Find the variables from the clues given below and solve the cross-word puzzle.

  28. Following are the choice of sports for 20 students of class VI.

    Cricket Football Cricket Tennis Cricket
    Badminton Football Cricket Football Tennis
    Cricket Badminton Basketball Football Golf
    Football Hockey Football Hockey Cricket

    Arrange the names of sports in a table using tally marks. 

  29. Mariana threw a die 40 times and noted the number appearing each time as shown below.

    1 3 5 6 6 3 5 4 1 4
    2 5 3 4 6 1 5 5 6 1
    1 2 2 3 5 2 4 5 5 6
    5 1 6 2 3 5 2 4 1 5

    Make a table. and enter the data using tally marks.
    Find the number that appeared
    (a) the minimum number of times
    (b) the maximum number of times
    (c) Find those numbers that appear an equal number of times.

  30. Prepare a pictograph for the students of a class in various sections and answer the following questions

    Class Number of Students
    VIA 60
    VIB 25
    VIC 30
    VID 75
    VIE 20

    (a) How many pictures represent students of class VI E
    (b) Which section has the maximum number of students?
    (c) Which section has the least number of students.

  31. Total number of students of a school in different years is shown in the following table

    Years Number of Students
    1996 800
    1997 500
    1998 450
    1999 600
    2000 950

    A) Prepare a pictograph of students using one symbol to represent 100 students and answer the following questions
    (a) How many symbols represent total number of students in the year 2000?
    (b) How many symbols represent total number students in the year 1997?

  32. The number of bottles of honey sold by three different shops are given below

    Shops Number of bottles of Honev
    Shoo A 80
    ShooB 140
    ShooC 180

    (A) Draw a pictograph and answer the following questions {use the scale -20 bottles)
    (a) What is the total profit of shop A, if the profit gabled on each bottle is 'E'150?
    (b) If the total number of bottles sold is 400 how many figures must drawn for shops?
    (c) Find the difference between the number of bottles sold by shop Band number of bottles sold by shop 'C'.

  33. Ragavi's father is a mobile shop owner. She finds the following data of sale of mobiles in a week.

    Day Number of Mobiles sold
    Monday 50
    Tuesday 45
    Wednesday 40
    Thursday 20
    Friday 35
    Saturday 30
    Sunday 55

    Draw a vertical and horizontal bar graph


  34. The above bar graph shows the number of students in different classes of a school. Read the graph and answer the following questions.
    (a) How many students are in class X?
    (b) How many students are in class VII?
    (c) How many students are in class IX?

  35. The number of mathematics books sold by a shopkeeper on six consecutive days is shown below.

    Days Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
    Number of books sold 65 40 30 50 20 70

    Draw a bar graph to represent the above information choosing the scale of your choice.

  36. The following bar graph shows the number of people visited Mahabalipuram over a period of 5
    months.

    Use the graph to answer the following questions
    (a) How many people visited Mahabalipuram in April?
    (b) How many more people visited Mahabalipuram in May than in January?
    (c) In which month, were there as many visitors as on March?
    (d) In which month were there 1500 more visitors than in January?
    (e) How many visitors were there in 5 months?

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