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**: National Interactive Maths Olympiad [NIMO]**

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__Class 10__## NIMO National Interactive Maths Olympiad Sample Paper :

Q.1. 17 is a

(a) Prime number

(b) Composite number

(c) Negative number

(d) None of these

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Q.2. What is the value resulted when you subtract a three digits lowest number from five digit lowest number?

(a) 9000

(b) 9900

(c) 9999

(d) None of these

Q.3. 13 × 13 is a

(a) Even number

(b) Odd number

(c) Prime number

(d) None of these

Q.4. Which of the following is correct?

(a) 10 crores = 1 million

(b) 10 crores = 100 million

(c) 10 crores = 10 million

(d) None of these

Q.5. The predecessor of number 3,00,00,000 is

(a) 3,00,00,001

(b) 2,99,99,999

(c) 2,99,99,998

(d) None of these

Q.6. Number of zeros in 6 hundred million is

(a) 6

(b) 8

(c) 10

(d) None of these

Q.7. Which is correct

(a) Million > Billion

(b) Thousand < Hundred

(c) Lakh > Crores

(d) None of these

Q.8. Using 9, 8, 7 what is the 7 digit largest number which can be formed?

(a) 9988777

(b) 9999887

(c) 9999987

(d) None of these

Q.9. 4,00,000 + 20,000 + 700 + 30 + 6 is equals to

(a) 4,27,036

(b) 4,20,736

(c) 4,27,360

(d) None of these

Q.10. Which of the following is correctly written?

(a) 3,98,75,21

(b) 39,8,75,21

(c) 39,87,521

(d) None of these

Q.11. Which is arranged in ascending order?

(a) 97,342 < 93,742 < 92,743 < 94,732

(b) 97,342 < 94,732 < 93,742 < 92,743

(c) 92,743 < 93,742 < 94,732 < 97,342

(d) None of these

Q.12. Three lakh thirty two thousand three hundred forty five in numerals in written as

(a) 3,03,245

(b) 3,32,345

(c) 3,32,354

(d) None of these

Q.13. The number which is 1000 more than 5496 is

(a) 4496

(b) 5596

(c) 6496

(d) None of these

Q.14. The successor of largest six digit number is

(a) The smallest five digit number

(b) The smallest seven digit number

(c) The largest seven digit number

(d) None of these

Q.15. An 8 digit number begins with the _____ place.

(a) One lakh

(b) One crore

(c) Ten crores

(d) None of these

**Class – VIII :**

Q.1. Some statements are given as

(i) The multiplicative inverse of a negative rational number is negative.

(ii) The multiplicative inverse of x is –x.

(iii) The additive inverse of –p is p.

(iv) Subtraction is associative for rational numbers.

Which two given statements are incorrect?

(a) ii and iii

(b) ii and iv

(c) i and iii

(d) i and iv

Q.2. Which of the following statements is correct?

(a) The additive inverse of number 0 does not exist.

(b) The additive inverse of number 1 does not exist.

(c) The multiplicative inverse of number 0 does not exist.

(d) The multiplicative inverse of number 1 does not exist.

Q.3. Which property is illustrated by the relation a/b+0=a/b where a and b = 0 are integers?

(a) Commutative property of rational numbers under addition.

(b) Associative property of rational numbers under addition.

(c) Multiplicative identity of rational numbers.

(d) Additive identity of rational numbers.

Q.4. What is the product of the additive inverse of –0.8 and the multiplicative inverse of 0.2?

(a) 3

(b) –5

(c) –6

(d) 4

Q.5 . If x, y and z be any three rational numbers, then (x + y) + z = x + (y + z). The property of rational numbers is called

(a) Closure property of addition

(b) Commutative property of addition

(c) Associative property of addition

(d) None of these

Q.6. . If x + 0 = 0 + x = x, where x is a rational number, then 0 is called

(a) Identity element for addition of rational numbers

(b) Identity element for multiplication of rational numbers

(c) Additive inverse of x

(d) Reciprocal of x

Q.7. Rational numbers are closed under addition because

(a) Any two rational numbers can be added in any order.

(b) The sum of any two rational numbers is again a rational number

(c) The sum of any three rational numbers is independent of the way the three numbers are grouped together

(d) The sum of 0 and any rational number is the same rational number

Q.8. . Some statements are given as

(i) There are finite integers between any two different integers.

(ii) There are finite rational numbers between any two different rational numbers.

(iii) There are infinite rational numbers between any two different integers.

(iv) There are infinite integers between any two different rational numbers.

Which two given statements are correct?

(a) i and iii

(b) ii and iv

(c) i and iv

(d) ii and iii

Q.9. 1 is called

(a) Identity element for multiplication of rational numbers

(b) Identity element for addition of rational numbers

(c) Identity element for subtraction of rational numbers

(d) None of these

Q.10. Multiplicative inverse of a negative rational number is

(a) A positive rational number

(b) A negative rational number

(c) Neither positive nor negative

(d) None of these