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Question Paper 3 – 2010 Class –Ratings: (0)|Views: 353|Likes: 6

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QUESTION PAPER 3 – 2010Class – X (GSEB)Subject - Mathematics (

Ch-1, Linear equation in two variables, Ch-2, H.C.F. & L.C.M. of Polynomials, Ch-3, Rational expressions, Ch-4, Quadratic equationsCh-5, Arithmetic progressions, Ch-6, Installments, Ch-8, Mean,Ch-16, Surface area and volume

)

Time: 1

21

HoursMax. Marks: 50Date:

SECTION – A (MCQ – 1 mark each) [8]

1. The sum of the ages of five persons before five years was 50.The sum of their ages after fiveyears will be_________________(a) 100 (b) 75 (c) 60 (d) 802. If p(x) =x

2

-1, q(x) =x-1 and r(x) =x+1, then m(x) =______________(a) x+1 (b) x-1 (c) x

2

-1 (d) 13. If 81 is the discriminant of 2x

2

+5x-k=0, then the value of k is _______________.(a) 5 (b) 7 (c) -7 (d) 24. _____ is the value of k, if one of the roots of quadratic equation x

2

+6x+k=0 is 4.(a) 20 (b) 40 (c) -40 (d) 85. If n=50, A=20, and mean=19.7, then _____is the value of

∑

fidi

(a) 35 (b) -35 (c) 15 (d) -156. The mean of given data is 84. If each observation is increased by 3 and the divided by 5,_____is the value of new mean.(a) 17.4 (b) 8.4 (c) 87 (d) does not change7. If the surface area of a sphere is 616 cm

2

, then its radius is ________ cm.(a) 6 (b) 7 (c) 8 (d) 58. The volume of a sphere having radius 1.5 cm is _______ cm.(a) 4.5

π

(b) 5

π

(c) 5.5

π

(d) 4

π

SECTION – B (Very short answers – 1 mark each)[8]

9.

If x+4 is a factor of polynomial x

2

+7x+m, then find the value of m.

10.

Find the H.C.F. of polynomials 5x

3

(x-1)

3

, 10x(x-1)

2

, 15x

2

(x-1).

11.

Find the 20

th

term of the progression 1, 11, 21, 31 …

12.

Obtain the reduced form of 2x

3

-8x(x

2

-2x)

2

13.

If a quadratic equation 5x

2

-2kx+20=0 have real and equal roots, and then find the value of k.14.Solve the equations x+4y=7 and 3x=2y+215.The cost of wrist watch is Rs 800. It can be purchased by paying Rs 425 cash as downpayment and remaining amount to be paid after two months giving interest of Rs 35. Sowhat will be the value of the installment?16.A metallic sphere of radius 1.5 cm is melted and drawn into a wire of diameter 0.2 cm of uniform cross section. Find the length of the wire.

SAUMIL S. SHARMA(M) +919879674267saumil_sharma@hotmail.com

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