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# Career Point CP STAR Class 8th Sample Paper : Scholastic Test For Analysis & Reward

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**: CP STAR Scholastic Test For Analysis & Reward**

__Exam Name__**: VIII**

__Class__**: Sample Paper**

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## Career Point CP STAR VIII Std Sample Paper

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## Section-A

** Science **:

Q.1 When a batsman applies force to hit the ball with the bat, the moving ball

(1) changes direction.

(2) starts jumping.

(3) does not change direction.

(4) starts rolling.

Q.2 A charged comb attracts small pieces of paper due to

(1) frictional force.

(2) magnetic force.

(3) gravitational force.

(4) electrostatic force.

Q.3 If area of contact is increased, then

(1) pressure increases.

(2) pressure decreases.

(3) pressure remains constant.

(4) pressure increases up to some extent then decreases.

Q.4 Water comes out from the leaking joints of water pipes as the pressure is exerted by water on

(1) all the walls of the pipe.

(2) holes of the pipe.

(3) left wall of the pipe only.

(4) mouth of the pipe.

Q.5 Frictional force is

(1) contact force.

(2) non-contact force.

(3) muscular force.

(4) force applied by earth.

Q.6 Friction cannot be reduced by

(1) Polishing

(2) Oiling

(3) By using the ball bearing

(4) If area of contact is less

Q.7 The frequency of the object making 10 oscillations in 1 second is equal to

(1) 1 Hz.

(2) 5 Hz.

(3) 8 Hz.

(4) 10 Hz.

Q.8 The vibrating part of the flute is the

(1) stretched membrane.

(2) stretched string.

(3) air column.

(4) water column.

Q.9 Metals usually possess

(1) high melting and high boiling points.

(2) high melting and low boiling points.

(3) low melting and high boiling points.

(4) low melting and low boiling points.

Q.10 The synthetic fibre used to make a parachute is

(1) nylon.

(2) polyester.

(3) rayon.

(4) acrylic.

## Section-B

** Maths **:

1. Ben sold his used snow plow and accessories for $352. If he received seven times as much money for the snow plow as he did for the accessories, find how much money he received for the snow plow

(1) $54

(2) $308

(3) $2464

(4) $44

2. The sum of three consecutive even numbers is 384, what are the numbers?

(1) 126, 128, 130

(2) 128, 130, 132

(3) 128, 129, 130

(4) None of these

3. If an angle of a parallelogram is two-third of its adjacent angle, the smallest angle of the parallelogram is

(1) 108º

(2) 54º

(3) 72º

(4) 81º

** 4. Statement I **: To construct a quadrilateral we need to satisfy triangle inequality only.

**: A rectangle can be constructed if it’s one side and one diagonal is given.**

__Statement II__(1) Both statements I and II are correct

(2) Both statements I and II are incorrect

(3) Statement I is correct and statement II is incorrect

(4) Statement I is incorrect and statement II is correct

5. Data collected in a survey shows that 40% of the buyers are interested in buying a particular brand of toothpaste. The central angle of sector of the pie chart representing this information is

(1) 120º

(2) 155º

(3) 144º

(4) 40º

6. A bar graph is drawn to the scale 1 cm = k units, then a bar of length k cm represents

(1) 1 unit

(2) k units

(3) 2k units

(4) k2 units

7. If a square number ends in 9, then its preceeding number is always

(1) A multiple of 6

(2) A prime number

(3) An odd number

(4) A multiple of 4

8. Rs. 62500 was lent at 8 %, 9 %, 10 % p.a. for the first, second, and third year respectively at C.I. The total C.I. acquired will be Rs.

(1) 16432.50

(2) 18234.50

(3) 18432.50

(4) 17342.50

9. Find the C.I. on Rs. 10000 for 1 1/2 years at 5 % p.a., interest being compounded yearly

(1) Rs. 800.50

(2) Rs. 825.50

(3) Rs. 750.50

(4) Rs. 762.50

10. Three numbers are in the ratio 2 : 3 : 4. The sum of their cubes is 33957. The numbers are

(1) 14, 21, 28

(2) 12, 18, 24

(3) 8, 12, 16

(4) 21, 28, 32

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## Section-C

** Mental Ability **:

Q.51 Find out the missing terms each marked with (?) in the series given below.

B, C, ?, H, L, ?, W

(1) E, Q

(2) D, N

(3) E, M

(4) D, Q

Q.52 Find out the missing letters in alphabetical series given below.

b _ ab _ a _ ca _ c _ bc _

(1) abcabc

(2) abbcca

(3) ccbbaa

(4) aabbcc

Q.53 As ‘Magazine’ is related to ‘Editor’ in the same way ‘Drama’ is related to what?

(1) Hero

(2) Heroine

(3) Co-actor

(4) None of these

Q.54 As ‘Cricket’ is related to ‘Bat’ in the same way, ‘Tennis’ is related to what?

(1) Game

(2) Stick

(3) Court

(4) None of these

Q.55 Choose the wrong term in the following number series.

169, 144, 120, 100, 81

(1) 81

(2) 100

(3) 120

(4) 144

** Direction **: (Q.56 to 58)

In each of the following problems, four groups of numbers are given of which three are alike in some way, while the rest one is different. Choose out the different one.

Q.56 (1) 177 (2) 263 (3) 134 (4) 482

Q.57 (1) 7, 49, 343

(2) 4, 16, 32

(3) 3, 9, 27

(4) 5. 25, 125

Q.58 (1) 7 : 51 (2) 6 : 37 (3) 5 : 26 (4) 8 : 65

** Directions **: (Q.59) Find the missing term

Q.59 If a = 10 (110) 12 and b = 15 (185) 13 then what will come in place of ‘?’. c = ? (158) 14

(1) 15 (2) 20

(3) 12 (4) 8

Q.60 SCHOOL = PNIKKB and ME = ZY, how will you write COOL HOME ?

(1) N K K B I K Z Y

(2) N K K L I K Z Y

(3) P K K N I K Y Z

(4) N K K B P K Z Y