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2012 Maths Class : 10 1) The difference between any two terms of an arithmetic sequence is a multiple of it’s common difference . Since 100 is not a multiple of 7 the difference between any two terms of the given sequence can not be 100

2)

It given as <ABC= 1300 . In cyclic quadrilateral ABCD , <D=500(Opposite angles of a cyclic quadrilateral) Hence <AOC = 50x2 =1000 (By theorem) 3) Remainder obtained on dividing p(x) by (x-2) is p(2) P(2) = 2(2)3-3(2)2+5(2)-10 = 16-12+10-10 = 4 The remainder is 4

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4)

In ∆ACD angles are 45,45,90 hence sides are in the ratio 1 : 1 : CD=14cm we have AD=14cm. From ∆BCD tan 35 =

2 . Since

CD DB

14 DB

0.70 =

14 = 20 DB = 0 .7

Therefore AB = AD+DB = 14+20 = 34 cm

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l 2 = 17 2 − 8 2

l 2 = 289 − 64 = 225

l = 289 = 17cm

Slant Height = 17cm L.S.A = 2bl = 2x16x15 = 480cm2 6)

ABCD is an isoceless trapezium

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Answers by Maths blog Team Palakkad Hitha kottayi , Jaseela Bemmanur and Athira Paruhtipully 7) a) Probability of getting a black bead =

6 1 = 18 3

7 20

b) Probability of getting a black bead in 2nd case =

Probability of getting a black bead in the 1st case =

6 1 = 18 3

**7 1 > hence probability of getting a black bead increases in the 2nd case 20 3
**

Probability of getting a white mead in 2nd case =

13 20

12 2 = 18 3

Probability of getting a black bead in the 1st case =

13 2 < hence probability of getting a white bead decreases in the 2nd case 20 3

8)

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Answers by Maths blog Team Palakkad Hitha kottayi , Jaseela Bemmanur and Athira Paruhtipully 9) a) Sum of angles in each polygon = (9-2)180= 7x180 = 12600 b) n x midterm = sum 9 x 5th term = 1260 5th term = 1260/9 = 140 Measure of each angle noticed by Dhanya is 1400 10)

Given as BD bisects AC also PC=6cm hence PA=6cm PA x PC = PC x PA 6 x6 = 4 x PD PD = 36/4 = 9cm Hence AC = 12cm and BD=13cm

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Answers by Maths blog Team Palakkad Hitha kottayi , Jaseela Bemmanur and Athira Paruhtipully 11) a) Probability of getting a perfect square in both slips =

24 1250

50 1250

b) Probability of getting multiples of 5 in both paper slips = 12)

In ∆OAB angles are 300,600,900 hence sides are in the ratio 1 : Since OB=8units we have AB=4units and OA= 4 3 units. Co ordinate of the point A is ( 4 3 ,0) Co ordinate of the point B is ( 4 3 ,4) Co ordinate of the point C is (0,4) 13) Number of rows =x Number of columns = 3x+1 x(3x+1)=200 , 3x2+x-200=0 Solving we get x=8 Hence number of rows =8 and number of columns =25

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14)

<P=370 ( Angles in same segment) <PAC=900(Angle in a semicircle) From ∆PAC sin 37 = 0.60 = PC =

12 PC

12 PC

12 = 20cm 0.6

Circum radius = 10cm

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From ∆AOG sin 64 =

AG 10

0.90 =

AG 10

AG = 0.90 x 10 =9cm AB = 2x9 = 18cm 15)

**x r = 360 R 288 r = 360 15
**

r = 12cm . Radius of the cone =12cm

Volume of the cone =

1 xπ x12 x12 x9 3

= 1356.48cm3 Volume in liters = 1356.48/1000 = 1.356 > 1.5 Hence the vessel is not sufficient to buy 1.5 liters coconut oil

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Answers by Maths blog Team Palakkad Hitha kottayi , Jaseela Bemmanur and Athira Paruhtipully 16) <ADB=500 (Each angle between a chord and the tangent ao one of it’s ends in a circle is equal to the angle in the segment on the other side of the chord , <CBD=400 (”) <BDC=200 <BCD=1200 (angles in a triangle) 17) a) 3(2)3-13(2)2+k(2)+12=0 24-52+2k+12=0 2k=52-36=16 k=8 p(x)=3x3-13x2+8x+12 b) remainder obtained on dividing p(x) by (x-1)is p(1) p(1)=3-13+8+12=10 Remainder is 10 c) -10 is to be added to become (x-1) a factor Or P(x) =6x2-x-2 P(x)=0 6x2-x-2 = 0 solving we get x= 2/3 and x= -1/2 If p(2/3)=0 (3x-2) is a factor If p(-1/2)=0 (2x+1) is a factor Hence the first degree factors are (3x-2) and (2x+1)

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18)

Let AB=c , AC=b and BC=a . O be the incentre of ∆ABC and r be the inradius <ORA =900(radius and tangent) in the same way <OPA=900. <A=900(given) Hence <POR=900(angles in a quadrilateral). Therefore OPAR is a square of sides’r’. AP=AR=r(tangents from external points) In the same war BP=BR =c-r , CQ=CR =b-r b-r+c-r = a b+c-a = 2r AC+AB-AC =2r Hence the proof

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19)

a) Coordinates of other vertices are B(7,2) and D(-5,7) b) AB=12 units and AD=5 units c) Length of diagonal = 13 units

20) Construct incircle and measure the inradius

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21)

In the figure AB represents height of the tower and P,C represents the position of boy. Let PB=x From ∆ABP

AB tan 50 = x

,

1.20 =

AB x

AB = 1.20x------------------------------(1)

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Answers by Maths blog Team Palakkad Hitha kottayi , Jaseela Bemmanur and Athira Paruhtipully From ∆ABC tan35 =

AB BC

0.7 =

1.20 x x + 25

0.7x+17.5 = 1.2x 0.5x =17.5 x = 17.5/0.5 = 35 Height of tower = 1.2 x35 = 42m

22)

1 x π x r x r x1 5 = 3 2 0 π 3

5r2 = 320 r2 = 64 r = 8cm T.S.A =

π x8x17 +π X8X8 = 200π cm2

23) There is a small mistake in the question. It is not square prism it is square pyramid Let sides of the cube be ‘a’ Square pyramid Base edge =’a’ and height =a then volume =

1 3 a 3

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**1 a2 1 π xπ x xa = xa3 x Radius = ½ a and height = a then volume = 3 4 3 4
**

Sphere Radius = ½ a then volume =

4 a a a 1 π xπ x x x = xa3 x 3 2 2 2 3 2

=

Ratio of volumes =

π 1 3 π 1 3 1 3 a : xa x xa x 3 4 :3 3 2

4 : π : 2π

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