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Mathematics

Code No. 041 Summative Assessment - II Class IX

Design of Sample Question Paper

**Type of Question Marks per question Total No. of Questions Total Marks
**

M.e.O. 1 10 10

SA-I 2 8 16

SA-II 3 10 30

LA 4 6 24

TOTAL 34 80 Blue Print Sample Question Paper Mathematics, SA-II CLASS -IX

**Topic! Unit MCQ(1) SA-I(2) SA-II (3) LA(4) Total
**

Algebra 2(2) 2(1) 6(2) 4(1) 14(6)

Geometry 6(6) 8(4) 9(3) 12(3) 35(16)

Mensuration 1 (1 ) 4(2) 6(2) 4(1) 15(6)

Statistics and Probability 1 (1 ) 2(1) 9(3) 4(1) 16(6)

TOTAL 10(10) 16(8) 30(10) 24(6) 80(34) 103

Sample Question Paper Mathematics (Code-041) Class IX (SA-II)

Time: 3 hours

M .. M.: 80

General Instructions

1. All questions are compulsory.

2. The questions paper consists of 34 questions divided into four sections A, S, C and D.

3. Section A contains 10 questions of 1 mark each, which are multiple choice type questions, Section B contains 8 questions of 2 marks each, Section C contains 10 questions of 3 marks each, Section 0 contains 6 questions of 4 marks each.

4. There Is no overall choice in the paper. However, internal choice is provided in one question of 2 marks, 3 questions of 3 marks and two questions of 4 marks.

5. Use of calculators is not permitted.

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Section-A

Question numbers 1 to 10 carry 1 mark each. For each of the questions 1-10, four alternative choices have been provided of which only one is correct. You have to select the correct choice.

1. Which of the following is a solution of the equation x+2y=7?

(A) x=3, y=5

(C) x=3,y=2

(B) x=3, y=-5

(0) x=0,y=7

2. Three angles of a quadrilateral are 60', 110' and 86'. The fourth angle of the quadrilateral is

(A) 104°

(C) 94°

(B) (0)

3.

A triangle and a rhombus are on the same base and between the same parallels. Then the ratio of area of triangle to that of rhombus is

(A) (C)

1:1 1 :3

(B)

1:2 1:4

(D)

4.

c

In Fig.1, 0 is the centre of the circle and LOBA=60°. Then LACB equalS@o

(A) 60° (B) 45°

(C) 30° (0) 90" A . B

F,g.1

The diameter and height of a right circular cone are 7cm and 12cm respectively. The volume of the cone (in ern") is

5.

(A) 88

(C) 154

(B) 112

(D) 616

6. A fair coin is tossed 100 times and the Head occurs 58 times and tail 42 times. The experimental probability of getting a Head is

(A)

21 50

2

(8)

(C)

29 50

(D)

42 58

7. The condition that the equation ax+by+c=O represents a linear equation is two variables is

(A) a""O, b=O

(C) a=O, b=O

(B) (D)

b*O, a=O a*O, b""O

A E!

8.

II, -----10

D +---10cm--.... C Fig.2

In Fig.2, if the area of a parallelogram ABeD is 30cm2, then the length of altitudeAQis

(A) 5cm

(C) 3.5cm

(B) 4cm

(0) 6cm

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9.

In Fig.3ABCD is a rhombus in which LBCD=100°. Then (x+y) equals

Question numbers 11 to 18 carry 2 marks each.

11. A three-wheeler scooter charges Rs. 10 for the first kilometer and Rs. 4.50 each for every subsequent kilometer. For a distance of x km, an amount of Rs. y is paid. Write the linear equation representing the above information.

12. ABeD is parallelogram. The angle bisectors of LA and LD intersect at O. Find the measures of LAOD.

(A) 40"

(e) BO"

(B) (D)

10.

In Fig.4, OC is drawn perpendicular from the centre 0 of the circle to the chordAB. If OB=5cm and Oe=3cm, then the length of the chord AB is

(A) 3cm

(e) Bcm

(B) (D)

4cm

Bcm

Sectlon-B

13. In Fig.5, ABCD is a quadrilateral in which P, 0, R and S are the mid-points of the sides AB, BC, CD

and DA respectivaely. Show that PORS is a parallelogram.

14. In Fig.5, ABeD is a cyclic quadrilateral in whichAB is a diameter of the circles passing through A, B, e and D. If LADC=130", find LBAe.

15. In Fig.7, find the measure of arcADC if LOAB=30" and LOCB=50°

OR

In Fig.B. 0 is the centre of the circle. The angle by the arc BCD at the centre is 140°.

BC is produced to P. Find LDep.

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0"

D Fig. 3 C

Fig. 4

Fig. 5 B

E9

A B

Fig. 6

B

@

A 0

A Fig. 7 16. The curved surface area of a cylinder is 176cm2 and its base area is 38.5cm2.

Find the volume oft he cylinder and justify your answer. ruse n: = 272]

17. A hemispherical bowl is made of steel 0.25cm thick. The inner radius of the bowl is 5cm.

Find the outer curved surface area of the bowl. ruse n = 272]

18. Find the mean of the first ten prime numbers.

Section-C

Question numbers 19 to 28 carry 3 marks each.

19.

Draw the graph of two lines, whose equations are 3x-2y+6=0 and x+2y-6=0 on the same graph paper. Find the area of triangle formed by the two lines and x-axis.

If the number of hours for which a labourer works is x and yare his wages (in rupees) and y=2x-1, draw the graph of work-wages equation. From the graph, find the wages of the labourer if he works for 6 hours.

20.

21.

In Fig.9,ABCD is a square. If LPQR=90° and PB=QC=DR, prove that LQPR=45°.

A P B

IT}

o F':'9 C I'\B

Show that the diagonal, of a rhombus ~: perpend icular 10 each other, c 0

22.

o

Fig. 10 A P

In Fig.1 0, OABC is a rectangle inscribed in a quadrant of a circle of radius 25cm.

Find the area of the rectangle, if OC=7cm.

23. Construct a tl.ABC, in which base BC=3cm, LB=30° and AB+AC=5.2cm.

24. A patient in a hospital is given soup daily in a cylindrical bowl of diameter 7cm. If the bowl is filled with soup to a height of 4cm, how much soup the hospital has to prepare daily to

serve 250 patients. ruse n = 272]

OR

The ratio of the curved surface area to the total surface area of a right circular cylinder is 1 :3. Find the volume of the cylinder if its total surface area is 1848cm2 ruse tt = 272].

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25. A heap of wheat is in the form of a cone, whose diameter is 1 0.5m and height 7m. Find the volume of wheat in the heap. The heap is to be covered by canvas to protect it from

rain. Find the area of the canvas required. fuse 11: = 272.l.

2.6. Find the mean of the fo.llowing data by shortcut method.

Marks 2.0 22 2.5 30 35 39 45 50 Total

Frequency 4 6 8 10 8 7 5 2. 50 OR

Drawa bar chart of the data representing pass percentage of students during the period 1998-2003 given below:

**Year 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
**

Pass percentage 80% 75% 90% 70% 95% 85% 27. On a page of a telephone directory, there are 200 telephone numbers. The frequency distribution of the digits at their units place is given below:

Unit digit 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Frequency 22 26 22 22 20 10 14 28 16 20 Without looking at the page, a number is chosen at random from the page. What is the probability that the digit at the unit's place of the number chosen is greater than 6?

28. Three coins are tossed simultaneously 200 times with the following frequencies of different outcomes:

**Outcome 3 Heads 2 Heads 1 Head No Head
**

Frequency 23 72 77 28 Find the experimental probability of getting (i) 2. Heads (li) at least 2 Heads

Section-D

Question numbers 29 to 34 carry 4 marks each

29. Solve for x:

3x+2. + 4(x+1) = ~ (2x+1) 753

OR

A and 8 are friends. A is elder to 8 by 5 years. 8's sister C is half the age of 8 while A's father D is 8 years older than twice the age of 8. If the present age of D is 48 years, find the present ages of A, Band C.

30. Prove that parallelograms on the same base and between the same parallels are equal in

area.

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OR

In Fig.11, ABCD is a parallelogram. IfAB:;:2AD and P is the mid-point of AB, then find LCPD.

31. In Fig.12, ABCD is a trapezium in which ABIIDC.

BD is a diagonal and E is the mid-point of AD.

A line is drawn through E, parallel to AB, intersecting BC at F. Show that F is the mid-point of BC.

32. InFig.13.0isthecentreofthecircle.

The distance between P and Q is 4cm. Find the LROQ.

33. In Fig.14, a right circular cone of diameter r cm

and height 12cm rests on the base of a right circular cylinder of radius r ern, Their bases are

in the same plane and the cylinder is filled with water upto a height of 12cm. If the cone is then removed, find the height to which water level will fall.

Draw a histogram for thefollowing data

34.

Marks

Fig. 11

fig. 13.

Fig. 14.

Number of candidates

8

10-15 15-20 20-25 25-30 30-40 40-60 60-80

8

7

9

109

5

12

12

Marking Scheme Mathematics, SA~II Class IX

Section-A

1. 6.

(e) (e)

2. 7.

(A) 3.

(0) 8.

(8) 4.

(A) 9.

(e) 5. (e)

(e) 10. (0)

1 x1 0=1 0

Section-B

11.

xkm = [1+ (x-1)Jkm

:. Y=10+(X-1)(~)::::} 2y = 20+9x-9

)

::::} 9x-2y+11 =0

12. LA+LD=180° [ABCD is a parallelogram]

:. _1_LA+_1_LD=90°

2 2

A

13. JoinAC. Rand S are mid-points of DC and DArespectively

:. RSIIAC and RS=~AC (i)

Similarly PQIIAC and PQ=~AC (ii)

From (i) and (iii) PQRS is a Ilgm

14. ABeD is a cyclic quadrilateral

:. L ABC = 1800 - LADC = 180'-130°=50° LAeB=90° (Angle in a semi-circle)

::::} LBAC = 180°_(90°+50°)=40°

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15.

Measure of arcADC:::;LAOC

Again, OA:::;OB ==} LABO :::; 30° Similarly, LCBO:::;50° ==} LABC :::; SO°

==} LAOC:::;160° ==} Measure of areAC:::;160° OR

LBAD:::; ..!.LBOD=70° 2

Also ABCD is a cyclic quad ==} LDCP:::;LBAD=70°

16.

77 . .. .

- = rrr2, where r IS the base radius of cylinder 2

2 _ 77 77 49 7

==} r - -X-o= - ==} r=~em

2 2 4 2

16

j1.r/!h = ~j ==} h:::;~r = (16 x~)cm = Scm

fL 7 7 2

7

17.

. 1 21

Outer radius = 5-em=-em 4 4

[ _11" -Y 1

72 ,21 21 693

Curved surface area:::; 2m' = jx-x-x- em' = -em .. z

.. . ... .. . .. 1· J ·4 .. 4

:::; 173.25cm2

18. The first 10 prime nos are 2,3,5,7, 11, 13, 17, 19,23,29

. 2+3+5+7+11+13+17+19+23+29 129

Their mean = = -

10 10

:::; 12.9

1+';2

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Section-C

19.

·3 .

y'

20. 12

11

10

9

7· '" -4

rt

~ ·5

"

21.

From the figure, lI.PBQ == lI.QCR

~ PQ=RQ (cPC!) }

~ L1 = L2= 45°

=? LQPR= L1 = 45° 22. ABCD is a rhombus

:. Diagonals bisect each other ~AO = OC

In A's AOB and COB

OB = OB,AO = OC,AB = BC

:. MOB == lI.COB =? L1=L2

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Correct lines

........... 2

1

Area of 6.. ABC ="2 (AB) (OC)

1 .

::::"2 (8) (3) sq.units

12sq. units

Correct graph

. 2

X=6 y=11

:. After working for 6 hours

wage = Rs 11

1+'h

B

o

1+'h

OR

OC =AB = 7cm

08= 25cm and LOAB = 90° ::::} ON = OB~-AB2=625-49

=576

::::}OA= 24cm

:. Area of rectangle = (24x7)cm' = 168cm'

23.

Correct construction

3

24. Volume of soup in the cylindrical bowl = nr'h

= 154cm' :. Volume of soup in 250 bowls = (250x154)cm3 = 38500cm' OR

2

Total surface area = 1848cm'

1

::::} Curved surface area = '3 x1848 = 616cm2 = 2nrh

2nr(r+h) = 1848

=:> 2m2= 1232 c=; r2= 1 x7 = 2 8x7 ~ r= 14cm

22:;1 616

2nrh=616 ~ 2X-:· x 14xh = 616 ~ h=-· ._= 7cm 88

Volume of cylinder = (~ x14x14xj J em- = 4312cm3

25. Volume of wheat in the heap (conical) = ;. x if x ~ x ~1 x7

2

slant height e = (~1)2 +(7), = l~~5 ~ 3: 113

20 22 25 30 35 39 45 50 Total

4 6 8 10 8 7 5 2 50

-10 -8 -5 0 5 9 15 20

-40 -48 -40 0 40 63 75 40 Lfidi=90

_ 90

:. x = 30+- = 31.8

50

95% 11 Y

:)2 ,21 35 1155 3 2

.. Curved surface area = -x-x-=--= 144-m

j 1 4 B B

1+'h

'h mark for each correct bar

'hx 6

27. >6~ 7,8,9

Frequency of (7+8+9) = 28+16+20=64

26. X,

fj di=30-x

I

fd.

II

100

G>

Cl

COl 80

....

1::

G>

l2 60

G>

c..

'"

'" 40

'"

c..

20 1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

Year

R' d b blt 64 8

. . equire pro a I. I. Y = 200 = 25

1'h

(ii) P (At least 2 Heads) = P(2 Heads) + P(3 Heads) )

72+23 95 19

=--=-=-

200 200 40

2

Section-D

29.

3x+2 4 2

----- +-(x+1) = _:_(2x+1)

753

~ 15(3x+2)+B4(x+1) = 70(2x+1) ~ 45x+30+84x+84 = 140x+ 70 105

1'h +1

114

28. (i) P (2 Head) = ;020= 295

11 x = 44 =} x=4

OR

Let the age of the sister be x years

30.

Age of B = 2x years

A = (2x+5) years

D = 2(2x)+8 = 4x+8 = 48 years (given) =} x=10

. . Age of A, Band Care 25 years, 20 years and 10 years respectively

Correctly stated

Given, To Prove, Const and figure Correct Proof

OR

1

AP=-AB=AO =} AP=AO 2

Let L1 = LAOP=x =} LA=180o-2x LB=2x =} LCPB=90o-x = LPCB=L2 Draw PQIIAOIIBC

=} LOPC=L1 + L2=90°

31. In L'!OAB, EFIIAB and E is the mid-point of AD =} P is the mid-point of BO

Now, in L'!BCD, PFIIOC and P is the mid-point of BO =} F is the mid-point of BC

32.. PQ=4cm=200 =} POis a diameter

Join RO =} LPRO= 90° =} LORO=55° As OR=OO =} LORO=LOQR=55°

=} LROQ=1800-2x55° = 70°

.. r. .

33. Radius of base of cone ="2' radius of base of cylinder = r

Height of conical portion = 12.cm

=} Height of water in cylinder before cone take nout = 12cm

:. Volume of water left in the cylinder when cone is taken out

= 1!:r2(12)-~n(~y x12 = nr'·11

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11;2

1Yz

1Yz

Yzx4=2

2

1 +1;2

2

:. Height atwater left in cylinder = 11 cm

34. Here the classes are of unequal widths, so let us form the table with adjusted frequencies

**Mark Frequency Adjusted Frequency
**

5

10-15 7 -x7 = 7

5

5

15-20 9 -x9 = 9

5

5

20-25 8 -x8 = 8

5

5

25-30 5 -x5 = 5

5

5

30-40 12 -x12 = 6

10

5

40-60 12 -x12 = 3

20

5

60-80 8 -x8=2

20 12 11

'" 10 1: 9 a> 8

~ 7

'" 6 '0 5

~ 4

3 2 1 o

o 5 10 15 20 25 30 40

for axes Yz % each for correct

rectangle 3Yz

60 Marks

80

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