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Domain: Total Questions: Section Details: Class X 15 Test Code: Total Time: TST2007AT204565642 90 min. Course: Maximum Marks: Admission Test 2013 55.0

Section 1

Subjects: Topics: Total Questions: Class X Maths General Topic, Quadratic Equations, Rational Expressions, Mensuration, Geometry 10

Section 2

Subjects: Topics: Total Questions: Class X Maths Arithmetic Progression, Rational Expressions, Mensuration 5

General Instructions: 1. This Test contains 15 questions spread across 2 Section(s). 2. There are No Sectional Cut-Offs but the Student is expected to display his/her performance across all the sections. 3. Section Wise time indicates the Ideal Time which should be given to a particular section. You are free to give more or less time than what is mentioned for a Section, but the Test should be Finished within the Specified time. 4. The Test is to be given in One Single Attempt. Once the Test is Started, it can't be Paused for any Breaks. 5. If the Test is Not completed before the Test Time, then as soon as the Time for the Test is completed, the Test would Automatically End and its Answer file would be generated. 6. Use of Calculators and Log Tables is Not Permitted. 7. Use of Unfair means during the Test is Strictly Prohibited. 8. For fair Result and Performance evaluation, Please Do Not discuss the Test with your peers.

Section 1

Section Title: Total No. of Questions: Section 1 10

Subjects:Class X Maths 1. A circle of radius 2 cm touches a circle of radius 10 cm internally. The length of a tangent segment drawn from the centre of

the larger circle to the smaller circle is :

(A). (C).

cm cm

(B). (D).

cm cm

Correct Answer

C

Let the circle with radius 2 cm have centre Q and circle with radius 10 cm have centre P. Both the circles touch each other internally at T and the tangent from P to the smaller circle touches it at S. Now, PQ + QT = PT

Explanation

QS = QT = 2 cm.

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and

is right angled

PQ2 = QS2 + PS2 64 = 4 + PS2 PS = . PS2 = 60 . (Marks: 3.0, Negative Marks : 0.0).

2. The number of values which x can take in the equation (A). (C).

1 4

(B). (D).

Correct Answer

Let

x2 + 10x = y

Explanation

3.

if

where where

x1, x2 ............. are consecutive digits after the decimal point in the

are consecutive digits after decimal point in the number

x. and

Correct Answer

B

---------(i)

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---------(ii)

100x = x1x2.x1x2 . . . . .

-----------(iii)

Explanation

100y = y1y2.y1y2 . . . . .

----------(iv)

Using (ii) and (iv), we get 99y = y1y2 . (Marks: 3.0, Negative Marks : 0.0).

, which of the following statements is necessarily true, if the roots of the equation

are opposite in sign, the root with the greater absolute value being negative ?

(A). (C).

a and c have the same sign a and b have the same sign

(B). (D).

Correct Answer

C

As the roots have different signs their product must be negative. (c/a) must be negative.

Explanation As the one with the larger absolute value is negative, hence sum is negative

(-b/a) is negative b, a same sign. (Marks: 3.0, Negative Marks : 0.0).

is :

and

(A). (C).

270 250

(B). (D).

300 200

Correct Answer

D

AQ = BC = RD = 5 cm [ , Similarly CD || BR.] (by A.A.A similarlity)

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PR : BP = 1 : 3

QR : BC = 1 : 3

AD = AQ + QR + RD =

Explanation

h1 = 18 cm

6. The value of n for which the quadratic equation (A). (C). (B). (D).

Correct Answer

D

The given equation is The equation will have real and equal roots if discriminant = 0

Explanation

4.7167

is :

(B).

5.1712

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(C).

5.0957

(D).

4.6787

Correct Answer

A

and

Explanation

= 4.2 + 0.47 + 0.042 + 0.0047 = 4.7167 (Marks: 3.0, Negative Marks : 0.0).

8. Mango juice is stored to the brim in a cylindrical container for a party. The guests are to be offered the juice in cylindrical

glasses having the same radius and height. But instead, the guests are served the juice in hemispherical bowls having a radius equal to that of the cylindrical glasses. If 60 guests drink the juice and 60 % of the cylindrical container becomes empty, no. of guests for which juice was meant for initially are :

(A). (C).

60 50

(B). (D).

58 66

Correct Answer

D

Let 'r' be the radius and height of the cylindrical glass. Volume of the cylindrical glass =

Explanation

; where R and h are the radius and height of the cylindrical container.

9.

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(A). (C).

the question can be answered by using one of the statements alone but not by using the other statement alone the question can be answered only using both the statements together.

(B). (D).

the question can be answered by using either of the statements alone. the question cannot be answered.

Correct Answer

From statement I,

Explanation

is an equilateral triangle

10.

In the figure below, P and Q are the midpoints of BD and AC respectively and ABCD is a trapezium with AB || CD. . The area of PQCD is :

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(A). (C).

(B). (D).

Correct Answer

Let R and S be the midpoints of AD & BC. We get the height of the trapezium as In Also, units.

Explanation

In

But both have one common point. are collinear. Similarly, we can prove that are collinear and parallel to DC.

Now,

Also,

and

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Now,

Section 2

Section Title: Total No. of Questions: Section 2 5

Subjects:Class X Maths 11. An ant starts from the top rim of the cylinder section of a pipe and reaches a point directly below its starting point

after making three complete revolutions around the pipe. The distance traveled by the ant if the height of the cylinder is 24 cm and radius of the pipe is cm is :

(A). (C).

30 cm 100 cm

(B). (D).

20 cm 120 cm

Correct Answer

A

The surface area of a cylinder will become a rectangle on cutting along its height. The path on which the ant has travelled is shown in the figure. The height of the cylinder is trisected, dividing the rectangle into 3 equal smaller rectangles. The height of each right angled triangle part is 8 cm and the base is 6 cm. So, the hypotenuse will be 10 cm. The distance travelled is 30 cm

Explanation

12. 9 consecutive integers, each having two digits are selected. On reversing each of these integers we get two-digit

integers. However, on reversing the digits the average increases by 36. The number of prime numbers in the first sequence of integers is :

(A).

(B).

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(C).

(D).

Cannot be determined

Correct Answer

C

Sum of integers with digits reversed - Sum of original integers = As upon reversing all digits we get two-digit integer the first sequence of integers does not consist of any integers with zero in the units place. Let the integers be : 10a + 1, 10a+ 2, . . . . . . . ., 10a + 9.

10 +

a, 20 + a, 30 + a, . . . . . . . , 90 + a

We have

a = 1.

Prime numbers are 11, 13, 17, 19. (Marks: 5.0, Negative Marks : 0.0).

is an equilateral triangle of side 1 unit. D, E and F are mid-points of sides AB, AC and BC respectively. The ratio of area of the shaded region to that of is :

(A). (C).

(B). (D).

Correct Answer

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Explanation

Required ratio =

14.

is :

(A).

(B).

(C).

(D).

cannot be determined

Correct Answer

= Explanation =

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.

(Marks: 5.0, Negative Marks : 0.0).

15. A regular octagon having side equal 1 unit is shown below. A square is drawn by joining the mid- points of four

sides of the octagon as shown in figure. Then the sum of areas of the octagon and the square is :

(A).

sq. units

(B).

sq. units

(C).

sq. units

(D).

sq. units

Correct Answer

Explanation

Similarly, units

units.

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perimeter

perpendicular from centre to any side. [ sum of all the triangles formed

Required sum =

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