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Algebra Assignment for SSC

Algebra Assignment for SSC

Published by: AMIN BUHARI ABDUL KHADER on Aug 29, 2012

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09/17/2013

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A.P. & G.P.Q1. Attempt the following [each with 1 mark]

1.

Check whether the following numbers are Arithmetic Progression? Justify. 3, 5, 7, 9, 11...2.

Find the ninth term of the G.P., 3, 6, 12, 24...3.

Is the following list of numbers an Arithmetic Progression? Justify. -10, -13, -16, -19...4.

Is the following list of numbers an Arithmetic Progression? Justify. 22, 26, 28, 31, ...5.

Find the first five terms of the following sequence, whose 'n

th

' term terms is given :

=4

−

3

6.

Is the following list of numbers an Arithmetic Progression? Justify. 1, 3, 6, 10, ...7.

Is the following list of numbers an Arithmetic Progression? Justify. 1, 4, 7, 10...8.

For the sequence, find the next four terms. 1, 3, 7, 15, 31, ...9.

For the sequence, find the next four terms.

12

,

16

,

118

,

154

,

…

10.

Find the first five terms of the following sequence, whose 'n

th

' term terms is given:

=

3

.

Q2. Attempt the following. [each with 2 marks]

1.

Find the twenty fifth term of the A.P. : 12, 16, 20, 24, ...2.

Find the 15th term of the G.P. 3, 12, 48, 192, ....3.

If 25 is the arithmetic mean between x and 46, then find x.4.

Write down the I

st

5 terms of the geometric progression which has first term 1 and common ratio 4.5.

Find the first three terms of the sequence for which

is given:

=

2

+1

6.

Find the common ratio and the 7th term of the G.P. 2, - 6 , 18 ...7.

For an A.P. if

4

=12,

and

=

−

10,

then find its general term.8.

For an A.P. if

4

=12,

and

=

−

10,

then find its general term.9.

Find the geometric mean of

82

−

1

and

82+1.

Q3. Solve the following (3 marks each)

1.

The 11th term and the 21st term of an A.P. are 16 and 29 respectively, find : the 1st term and thecommon difference.2.

For the following Geometric Progression: 2, 6, 18, .... find

7

.

3.

The taxi fare is Rs. 14 for the first kilometer and Rs. 2 for each additional kilometer. What will be farefor 10 kilometers?4.

Find

10

if

=6,

=3.

5.

Vijay invests some amount in National saving certificate. For the first year he invests Rs. 500, for thesecond year he invests Rs. 700 and for the third year he invest Rs. 900 and so on. How much amounthe has invested in 12 years?6.

Find four consecutive terms in an A.P. whose sum is 12 and the sum of 3

rd

and 4

th

term is 14.7.

The sum of first n terms of an A.P. is

3

+

2

then (i) find first term and sum of first two terms. (ii) findsecond, third and 15th term.

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8.

Find the sum of all odd natural number from 1 to 150.9.

How many three digit natural numbers are divisible by 4?10.

If in a G.P.

=2,

and

8

=64,

then find

and

6

.

Q4. Attempt the following. (4 marks each)

1.

In a school, a plantation program was arranged on world environment day, on a ground of triangularshape. The trees are to be planted as shown in a figure. One plant in the first row, two in the secondrow, three in the third row and so on. If there are 25 rows then find the total number of plants to beplanted.2.

In winter, the temperature at a hill station from Monday to Friday is in A.P. The sum of thetemperatures of Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday is zero and the sum of the temperatures of Thursday and Friday is 15. Find the temperature of each of the five days.3.

Babubhai borrows Rs. 4000 and agrees to repay with a total interest of Rs. 500 in 10 instalments, eachinstalment being less than the preceding instalment by Rs. 10. What should be the first and the lastinstalment?4.

If the 9th term of an A.P. is zero then prove that the 29th term is double the 19th term.5.

If

6

=126

and

3

=14

then find

and

.

6.

How many two digit numbers leave the remainder 1 when divided by 5?7.

In a school, tree plantation on Independence day was arranged. Every student from I std. will plant 2trees, II std. students will plant 4 trees, III std. students will plant 8 trees. If there are 5 std., how manytrees are planted by the student of that school?

Q5. Attempt the following (5 marks each)

1.

If the arithmetic mean and the geometric mean of two numbers are in the ratio 5:4 and the sum of thetwo numbers is 30 then find these numbers.2.

If

3

=31,

and

6

=3906

then find

and

.

3.

Find three consecutive terms in an A.P. whose sum is

–

3 and the product of their cubes is 512.4.

For a sequence,

=

4

−

3

3

,

find

. Examine whether the sequence is A.P. or G.P.5.

Find three consecutive terms in a G.P. such that the sum of the 2nd and 3rd terms is 60 and theproduct of all the three is 8000.6.

Sachin, Sehwag and Dhoni together scored 228 runs. Their individual scores are in G.P. Sehwag andDhoni together scored 12 runs more than Sachin. Find their individual scores.

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Quadratic EquationQ1. Attempt the following [each with 1 mark]

1.

Is the given equation a quadratic equation:

−

2

+2

=0.

2.

Is the given equation a quadratic equation:

2

−

4=11

.

3.

Is the given equation a quadratic equation:

13=

−

5

2

−

3

4.

Write the quadratic equation in standard form :

2

=

−

7

−

10

.

5.

Determine the nature of the roots of the quadratic equation from its discriminant:

2

−

4

−

1=0

6.

Write the quadratic equation in standard form:

7

−

4

−

2

=0.

7.

Is the given equation a quadratic equation:

13=

−

5

2

−

3

.

8.

Determine the nature of the roots of the following equation from its discriminant:

2

2

+5

−

3=0.

9.

Write the equation in the standard form of

2

+

+

=0, 8

−

3

−

4

2

=0.

Q2. Attempt the following. [each with 2 marks]

1.

Determine whether the given value of 'x' is a root of given quadratic equation.

2

−

2

+1=0,

=1

2.

If one root of the quadratic equation

2

−

7

+

=0

is 4, then find the value of k.3.

If one root of the quadratic equation

2

−

7

+12=0

is 3, then find the value of k.4.

Solve the following quadratic equation by factorization method.

2

−

13

−

30=0.

5.

Form the quadratic equation whose roots are 3 and 10.6.

Solve the following quadratic equation by factorization method:

3

2

+10=11

.

7.

Solve the following quadratic equation by factorization method:

2

−

3=0.

8.

If one root of the quadratic equation

3

2

−

+8=0

is

23

, then find the value of k.9.

State whether k is the root of the given equation

2

−−

4

−

4

=0.

10.

Solve the following quadratic equation by factorization method:

2

−

84=0.

Q3. Solve the following (3 marks each)

1.

Solve the following quadratic equation by using formula:

5

2

−

2

=2.

2.

Solve the following quadratic equation by completing square method:

2

−

12

+32=0.

3.

Solve the following quadratic equation by using formula:

5

2

−

2

=2

4.

Solve the following quadratic equation by completing square method: Solve the following quadraticequation by completing square method:

2

+3

−

4=0.

5.

Solve the following quadratic equation by completing square method:

2

−

3

−

1=0.

6.

Tinu is younger than Pinky by three years. The product of their ages is 180. Find their ages.7.

Form the quadratic equation if its one of the root is

3

−

2

5

8.

Solve the following equation:

4

−

3

2

+2=0.

9.

Form the quadratic equation whose one of the root is

1

−

3

5

10.

Solve the following quadratic equation by using formula

4

2

+

−

5=0.

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