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

__Exam Name__**: IX**

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## Career Point CP STAR IX Std Sample Paper

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## Section-A

** Science **:

Q.1 Negative value of acceleration signifies

(1) the velocity is increasing.

(2) the velocity is decreasing.

(3) the velocity remains the same.

(4) the object comes to rest.

Q.2 A particle moves along circle with radius 5m and completes one revolution then its

(1) total distance is zero

(2) total displacement is zero

(3) distance is equal to displacement

(4) displacement is greater than distance

Q.3 A body moving with a velocity of 50 cms-1 undergoes a uniform acceleration of 20 cms-2. It moves in 4 s a distance of

(1) 130 cm.

(2) 260 cm.

(3) 530 cm.

(4) 360 cm.

Q.4 A force of 10 N gives a mass m an acceleration of 5 m s–2 and a mass M an acceleration of 15 ms–2. If the two masses are tied together, the acceleration will become

(1) 20 m s–2

(2) 10 m s–2

(3) 3.75 m s–2

(4) 2 m s–2

Q.5 Which of the following mathematical formulations are not correct?

(1) F = k m a

(2) p = m v

(3) F t = m v – m u

(4) F / t = m (v – u)

Q.6 A spring balance shows an initial reading of 14 gf. Then, a block is suspended from the hook of the balance and shows a final reading of 50 gf. So, the weight of the block is

(1) 64 gf.

(2) 44 gf.

(3) 36 gf.

(4) 32 gf.

Q.7 The value of acceleration due to gravity ‘g’

(1) is greater at the poles than at the equator.

(2) is lesser at the poles than at the equator.

(3) varies randomly.

(4) remains constant at all places.

Q.8 The distance between two objects is reduced to half. So, the force of gravitation between the two objects become

(1) twice of the initial force of gravitation.

(2) four times of the initial force of gravitation.

(3) one-fourth of the initial force of gravitation.

(4) half of the initial force of gravitation.

Q.9 The humidity present in the air, is an example of

(1) gas in liquid solution.

(2) gas in gas solution.

(3) liquid in liquid solution.

(4) liquid in gas solution.

Q.10 The following which has definite shape and volume is

(1) Water.

(2) Ice.

(3) Oxygen.

(4) Steam.

## Section-B

** Maths **:

1. P is the point (–5, 3) and Q is the point (–5, m). If sum of abscissas and ordinates of both points is equal then the possible value of m is

(1) – 5

(2) – 13

(3) – 10

(4) 3

2. Euclid divided his famous book, ‘Elements’ into

(1) 10 chapters

(2) 13 chapters

(3) 11 chapters

(4) 12 chapters

3. ‘Lines are parallel if they do not intersect’ is stated in the form of

(1) an axiom

(2) a definition

(3) a postulate

(4) a proof

4. If two interior angles on the same side of a transversal intersecting two parallel lines are in the ratio of 1 : 4. Then what will be the result if difference of the angles is divided by the smaller angle ?

(1) 6

(2) 3

(3) 7

(4) 4

5. The distance between M(–1, 5) and N(x, 5) is 8 units. The value of x is

(1) – 9 or 9

(2) – 7 or 9

(3) – 9 or 7

(4) – 7 or – 9

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## Section-C

** Mental Ability **:

**: (Q.51 to Q.52) Find the missing term.**

__Directions__Q.51 0, 6, 24, 60, 120, 210, ?

(1) 240

(2) 290

(3) 336

(4) 504

Q.52 4, 6, 12, 14, 28, 30, ?

(1) 32

(2) 60

(3) 62

(4) 64

** Directions **: (Q.53) Find the wrong term.

Q.53 10, 100, 1100, 11000, 111000, 1210000.

(1) 1210000

(2) 11000

(3) 100

(4) 111000

Q.54 What terms will come next ?

Z, X, V, T, R, ?, ?

(1) O, K

(2) N,M

(3) K, S

(4) P, N

Q.55 What will be the next term in BDF, CFI, DHL,?

(1) CJM

(2) E?M

(3) EJO

(4) EM?

Q.56 Which term will replace the question mark in the series : ABD, DGK, HMS , MTB, SBL, ?

(1) ZKW

(2) ZKU

(3) ZAB

(4) XKW

** Directions **: (Q.57 to Q.58) Which sequence of letters when placed at the blanks one after the other will complete the given letter series ?

Q.57 a__ bccb__ ca __ cca __ baab __ c

(1) ababc

(2) abcaa

(3) accab

(4) bacaa

Q.58 b__ b __ bb __ __ bbb __ bb __ b

(1) bbbbba

(2) bbaaab

(3) ababab

(4) aabaab

Q.59 If A means ‘plus’, B means ‘minus’, C means ‘divided by’ and D means ‘multiplied by’, then 18 A 12 C 6 D 2 B 5 = ?

(1) 15

(2) 25

(3) 27

(4) None of these

Q.60 If × stands for –, ÷ stands for +, + stands for ÷ and – stands for ×, which one of the following equation is correct ?

(1) 15 – 5 ÷ 5 × 20 + 10 = 6

(2) 8 ÷ 10 – 3 + 5 × 6 = 8

(3) 6 × 2 + 3 ÷ 12 – 3 = 15

(4) 3 ÷ 27 – 5 × 10 + 3 = 10