 # CREST Olympiads - CMO PDF Sample Papers for Class 8

Class 8 sample paper & practice questions for CREST Mathematics Olympiad (CMO) level 1 are given below. Syllabus for level 1 is also mentioned for these exams. You can refer these sample paper & quiz for preparing for the CMO exam. #### Resources:

##### Sample Questions from Olympiad Success:
 Q.1 Q.2 Q.3 Q.4 Q.5 Q.6 Q.7 Q.8 Q.9 Q.10
 Q.1 If x: 6 = 50: 30, then the value of x is: a) 20 b) 30 c) 10 d) 50
 Q.2 Factorise 49x² – 36. a) (7x + 6) (7x - 6) b) (7x + 6) 7x - 6 c) 7x + 6 X 7x - 6 d) None of these
 Q.3 Which one of the following number is a perfect square? a) 622 b) 393 c) 5778 d) 625
 Q.4 A car needs 54 litre of diesel for covering a distance of 297 km. The diesel required by the car to cover a distance of 550 km is: a) 100 litres b) 50 litres c) 25.16 litres d) 25 litres
 Q.5 What will be the length of third side of a right angled triangle whose hypotenuse is 5cm and one of the side is 3 cm? a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) 5
 Q.6 (a + 2b)² - (a + 2b)(3a - 7b) by factorisation gives: a) (a + 2b) (9b - 2a) b) a - 3b + 4ab c) 5b - 4a d) None of these
 Q.7 Find the value of the expression 2x3 - x2 - 3, when x = 3. a) 66 b) 52 c) 32 d) 42
 Q.8 In a blueprint of a room, an architect has shown the height of the room as 33 cm. If the actual height of the room is 330 cm, then the scale used by her is: a) 1: 11 b) 1: 10 c) 1: 100 d) 1: 3
 Q.9 A four-digit number aabb is divisible by 55. Then possible value(s) of b is/are: a) 0 and 2 b) 2 and 5 c) 0 and 5 d) Can't be determined
 Q.10 Which of the following statements is always true: a) A square number cannot be the sum of two other square numbers b) A number that has 5 in the units place can never be a perfect square c) A number that leaves a remainder of 3 when divided by 4 cannot be a perfect square d) A number that has 7 in the units place may be a perfect square Sample PDF of CREST Olympiads - CREST Mathematics Olympiad (CMO) PDF Sample Papers for Class 8:

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Q.1 : c | Q.2 : a | Q.3 : d | Q.4 : a | Q.5 : c | Q.6 : a | Q.7 : d | Q.8 : b | Q.9 : c | Q.10 : c