# SilverZone - IOM PDF Sample Papers for Class 8

Class 8 sample paper & practice questions for International Olympiad of Mathematics (IOM) 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 exam.

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##### Sample Questions from Olympiad Success:
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 Q.1 If 33x - 2 = 92x - 2, then what is the value of (xx)x? a) 1 b) 2 c) 4 d) 16
 Q.2 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
 Q.3 Select the figure which satisfies the same conditions of placement of the dots as in fig. (X). a) a b) b c) c d) d
 Q.4 Select a suitable figure from the four alternatives that would complete the figure matrix. a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4
 Q.5 Expansion of (x + 3y)(x - y) gives: a) x² + 2xy - 3y² b) x + 3y - 2xy c) 2y + 3x d) 3y - 42x
 Q.6 Find the missing character from among the given alternatives: cx, fu, ir, ?, ol, ri a) lo b) mn c) no d) op
 Q.7 Which of the following is a perfect square of an even number? a) 121 b) 169 c) 1296 d) 1225
 Q.8 The length of the arc of a sector of a circle is 17 cm and the area of the sector is 136 cm2. Calculate the radius of the circle. a) 16 cm b) 15 cm c) 14 cm d) 13 cm
 Q.9 Which is the smallest square number that is divisible by each of the number 4, 9 and10? a) 900 b) 810 c) 800 d) 920
 Q.10 Which of the following is not the property of a rectangle? a) a rectangle is a parallelogram in which one of  the angles is a right angle b) diagonals of a rectangle are equal c) opposite sides of a rectangle are equal d) diagonals of a rectangle bisect each other at right angle

Sample PDF of SilverZone - International Olympiad of Mathematics (IOM) PDF Sample Papers for Class 8:

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