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                            NSTSE Model Paper for Web(BMA)_1-5
Cl_5_Starting _4 Pages
5_NAT_412_QUE
5_NAT_415_L-I_QUE
5_NAT_418_L-II_QUE
5_NAT_421_L-III_QUE
5_NAT_412_SOL
5_NAT_415_L-I_SOL
5_NAT_418_L-II_SOL
5_NAT_421_L-III_SOL
                        
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Class–II

Q.P.-2015 Paper Code: UN412(1 - 24)

(Code: 412)

Q.P.-2016 Paper Code: UN415(1 - 24)

(Set A - Code: 415)

Q.P.-2016 Paper Code: UN418(1 - 24)

(Set B - Code: 418)

Q.P.-2016 Paper Code: UN421(1 - 24)

(Set C - Code: 421)

Key & Solutions

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1Paper Code: UN412

C L A S S : V

Mathematics Class : V

Which one of the following pairs would form an angle?

(A) (B) (C) (D)

On a map, 1 cm represents 50000 cm on land. If the actual

distance on land is 4 km, how many centimetres would that

be on the map?

(A) 8 cm (B) 12.5 cm (C) 80 cm (D) 125 cm

Which of the following is equal to
1
3

?

(A)
1 1

+
6 6

(B) −
7 1

12 6
(C) ×

1 1

2 6
(D) ÷

5 2

6 3

The usual price of a bicycle was 120. Aastha bought the

bicycle at a discount of 15%. How much did she pay for the

bicycle?

(A) ` 18 (B) ` 95 (C) ` 102 (D) ` 125

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32. (C) 10 = 15

 =
10 2 2 6 12
15 3 3 6 18




 


 The value of = 12 and = 18.

33. (C) 1 h 35 min = (60 + 35) min [1h = 60 min]

= 95 min

1 h 55 min = (60 + 55) min

= 115 min

2 hours = 2  60 min = 120 min.

Average
time

95 115 120 330
110 min

3 3
 

  

110 min = (60 + 50) min

= 1h 50 min.

34. (C) Distance = 800 m

Time = 15 min = 15 60 seconds

Speed =


800
=

15 60
8
9

m/s

35. (C) Area of rectangle A : Area of rectangle B

= (8 5) cm2 : (15 4) cm2

= 40 : 60

= 2 : 3

36. (C) Best estimate for 6143 590 is 6000 600
= 3600000.

37. (C) 12 + 20  4 ? 8 – 2 = 50

 12 + 5 ? 8 – 2 = 50

 5 ? 8 = 40

 5  8 = 40

 The missing sign is  .

38. (C) Required percentage =
344

100%
800



= 43%.

39. (C) 15 = 3  5 [3, 5 are whole numbers which
differ by 2].

35 = 7  5 [5, 7 are whole numbers which
differ by 2].

195 = 13  15 [13, 15 are whole numbers
which differ by 2].

105 = 15  7

215

353

Here, except 105 all other options are the
products of two whole numbers which
differ by 2.

40. (B) Area of shaded region = 18 cm2.

The given figure can be redrawn as
shown.



 The total area of shaded region is equal
to the area of two squares

 Area of two squares = 18 cm2

 Area of a square = (18  2)cm2 = 9 cm2

 The side of a square = 29 cm

= 3 cm.

41. (C) 3y + 2y = 180o

 y = 180o  5 = 36o

x = 2y = 2 36o = 72o

42. (D) Number of 1 cm cubes needed
= 24  20  14

= 6720

43. (B) Sum of angles at a point = 360o = 4 right
angles.

A protractor is used to measure angles.

The sum of angles on a straight line is
180o.

Vertically opposite angles are equal.

44. (D) 30% of a number = 24

1
1
2

times a number

= 150% of the number


24

= 150 =
30

120

45. (A) Ruhi’s dance recital wi ll ending
30 minutes after 4: 30 p.m.
[i.e, 5: 00 p.m.]

 The required clock face must show
5 o’clock.

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General Science

46. (C) Cotyledons or seed leaves supply food,
radicle forms the root and plumule forms
leaves and stem.

47. (B) All these animals are adapted to fly.
48. (B) Pumice is an igneous rock.
49. (A) The process of changing solid form to

liquid is called melting.
50. (B) The correct combination is: p-ii, q-iii, r-i.

Pulley is used for lifting heavy objects,
wedge, for cutting objects and screw for
fixing two objects.

51. (B) The seeds of guava do not get digested by
the animals and are passed out through
faeces.

52. (A) The backbone or the vertebral column
protects the spinal cord.

53. (D) For the proper functioning of our body and
for remaining healthy, rest, balanced diet
and exercise are needed.

54. (D) Pumice is porous or full of holes.
55. (A) Oxygen gas is used up in the burning of

things and in the process of respiration and
release carbon dioxide.

56. (A) Hinge joint allows movement in only one
direction. The movement is similar to the
movement of a door on its hinges.
Example : The knee and elbow joints.

57. (C) A tortise has a hard and strong shell. Which
protects it from it predators.

58. (A) Air is necessary for burning.
59. (A) The lever, inclined plane, pulley, screw,

wheel and axle are simple machines.
60. (B) The seedling was dispersed by water.
61. (B) The function of the skeletal system is to

give support and shape to the body.
62. (C) Deficiency of vitamin ‘C’ causes scurvy.
63. (A) Lunar eclipse occurs on a full moon day.
64. (C) Spiders make cobwebs to catch its prey.
65. (B) A sea-saw is a firstclass lever.
66. (A) Radicle grows first it is the first root of the

plant.
67. (A) Skull protects the brain. It is also called

cranium or bony box.

68. (C) The given figure is that of a satellite.
69. (A) In the first class lever, fulcrum is between

load and effort.
70. (C) In the given figure R is called the

condensed stem. It grows into a new plant.
71. (D) Nerve cell, vertebral column and brain are

the parts of central nervous system.
72. (A) The volume of water displaced by the

object = 10 ml .
73. (D) When water is heated, it changes to water

vapour. The process is called evaporation.
74. (C) The hump of camel stores fat.
75. (D) For a fire to start it need a substance that

can burn, air and kindling temperature.
76. (A) Land dwelling are called terrestrial.
77. (D) There are 206 bones in our body.
78. (A) The moon is a natural satellite of the earth.
79. (B) The square represents load, the triangle

represents fulcrum and the arrow
represents effort.

80. (A) The correct food chain based on the given
figure is :
seeds chickeneagle.

81. (C) Pellagra is a vitamin deficiency disease.
82. (B) Obsidian is smooth and glassy. It is black

and dark coloured and is used in jewellery
and ornaments.

83. (C) The moon undergoes periodic changes
and reflect sunlight.

84. (D) The animal that Anish saw is a fish.
85. (B) The correct combination is: Potato - eyes,

onion- bulbs, bryophyllum-leaves, Rose-
stem cutting.

86. (B) Vitamin ‘C’ prevents the disease bleeding
gums or scurvy.

87. (A) Carbohydrates and proteins are missing in
Arun’s breakfast.

88. (C) The changing shapes of the moon are
called phases.

89. (A,C) Pliers, scissors and hand pump are
examples of the first order levers.

90. (B) A fish uses fins to move in water.

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