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**Model Test Paper - 2 (Solved)
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[For Summative Assessment-1 (Term - I)]

Time : 3 hours -

1

2

3 hours M.M. : 80

General Instructions : Same as in CBSE Sample Question Paper.

SECTION A

(Question numbers 1 to 10 are of 1 mark each.)

1. If the HCF of 55 and 22 is expressed in the form 55m – 22 × 2, then the value of m

is :

(a) 1 (b) –1 (c) 2 (d) –2

Sol. (a) By Euclid’s division lemma, we have,

55 = 22 × 2 + 11 and 22 = 11 × 2 + 0

∴ HCF of 55 and 22 is 11

⇒ 11 = 55 × 1 – 22 × 2 ⇒ m = 1

2. If one zero of the polynomial f(x) = 5x

2

+ 13x + k is the reciprocal of the other, then

the value of k is :

(a) 0 (b) 5 (c)

1

6

(d) 6

Sol. (b) Let the zeroes be α and

1

α

. Then

Product of roots

1

=

5

k

α .

α

⇒

5

k

= 1 ⇒ k = 5

3. If a pair of equations is consistant, it means, the graphs of these equations are :

(a) parallel (b) coincident

(c) intersecting (d) either intersecting or coincident

Sol. (d) The equations are consistent means, they have solutions.

So, their graphs may be either intersecting or coincident

4. In the figure, D, E, F are the mid-points of sides AB, AC

and BC respectively, then

( )

( )

Area ∆ABC

Area ∆DEF

is :

(a) 3 : 1 (b) 4 : 1

(c) 5 : 2 (d) 3 : 2

Sol. (b) By AA similarity we can prove that ∆ABC ~ ∆DEF

Now,

( )

( )

area ABC

area DEF

∆

∆

=

2

2

BC

DE

=

( )

[ ]

2

2

2DE

DE

∵BC = 2DE

2

2

4DE

= = 4 : 1.

DE

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5. cos

2

θ +

2

1

1 + θ cot

is equal to :

(a) 2 (b) 0 (c) 1 (d) none of these

Sol. (c) We have, cos

2

θ +

2

1

1 + θ cot

= cos

2

θ +

2

1

cosec θ

= cos

2

θ + sin

2

θ = 1

6. cos

2

23° – sin

2

67° is equal to :

(a) 1 (b) 0 (c) –1 (d) not defined

Sol. (b) cos

2

23° – sin

2

67° = cos

2

23° – sin

2

(90° – 23°) = cos

2

23° – cos

2

23° = 0

7. If A, B and C are interior angles of a triangle ABC, then tan

2

B + C

is equal to :

(a) tan

A

2

(b) cot

A

2

(c) sec

A

2

(d) cos

A

2

Sol. (b) In ∆ABC, we know that, A + B + C = 180°

⇒ B + C =180° – A ⇒

2

B + C

= 90° –

A

2

⇒ tan

B + C

2

¸ _

¸ ,

= tan (90° –

A

2

) = cot

A

2

8. If the median and the mode of a dala are 16 each, then its mean is :

(a) 16 (b) 32 (c) 12 (d) 24

Sol. (a) We know that, 3 median = 2 mean + mode

⇒ 3 × 16 = 2 mean + 16 ⇒ 48 – 16 = 2 mean ⇒ mean =

32

2

= 16

9. XYZ and PQY are two equilateral triangles such that P is the mid-point of YZ. Ratio

of the areas of triangles XYZ and PQY is :

(a) 1 : 2 (b) 2 : 1 (c) 1 : 4 (d) 4 : 1

Sol. (d) Since ∆XYZ and ∆PQY are equiangular

So, ∆XYZ ~ ∆PQY

2 2

2 2

area( XYZ) YZ YZ 4

area( PQY) 1

PY

YZ

2

∆

∴ = = =

∆

= 4 : 1

10. In the quadrilateral ABCD, ∠B = 90° and ∠ACD = 90°, then AD

2

is :

(a) AC

2

– AB

2

+ BC

2

(b) AC

2

+ CD

2

+ AB

2

(c) AB

2

+ BC

2

+ CD

2

(d) AB

2

+ BC

2

+ AC

2

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Sol. (c) In ∆ACD, we have,

AD

2

= AC

2

+ CD

2

[Pythagoras theorem]

= AB

2

+ BC

2

+ CD

2

[∵ AC

2

= AB

2

+ BC

2

]

SECTION B

(Question numbers 11 to 18 carry 2 marks each.)

11. n

2

– 1 is divisible by 8 if n is an odd integer. Is it true?

Sol. Yes, the statement is true. We can easily verify it by putting n = 3, 5, 7, …

12. Show that the system of equations 2x + 5y = 17, 5x + 3y = 14 has a unique solution.

Sol. The system of the equations will have a unique solution if

1 1

2 2

a b

a b

≠

Here a

1

=2, b

1

= 5, a

2

= 5, b

2

= 3

∴

1

2

2

=

5

a

a

and

1

2

5

=

3

b

b

⇒

1 1

2 2

a b

a b

≠

Hence, the given system of equations has a unique solution. Proved.

OR

For what value of m, will the equations 3x – 2y = 4 and mx + 4y + 8 = 0 have infinite

number of solutions?

Sol. Here, a

1

= 3, b = –2, c

1

= – 4, a

2

= m, b

2

= 4, c

2

= 8.

For the system to have infinite number of solutions, we have

1 1 1

2 2 2

= =

a b c

a b c

⇒

3 2 4

4 8

− −

= =

m

⇒ m = – 6

13. Find the zeroes of the quadratic polynomial f(x) = abx

2

+ (b

2

– ac) x – bc.

Sol. We have, f(x) = abx

2

+ (b

2

– ac) x – bc = abx

2

+ b

2

x – acx – bc

= bx (ax + b) – c (ax + b) = (ax + b) (bx – c)

The zeroes of f(x) are given by f(x) = 0

⇒ (ax + b)(bx – c) = 0 ⇒ ax + b = 0 or, bx – c = 0

⇒ x = –

b

a

or, x =

c

b

Thus, the zeroes of f(x) are –

b

a

and

c

b

14. If ∆ABC ~ ∆DEF such that area of ∆ABC is 9 cm

2

and the area of ∆DEF is 16 cm

2

and BC = 2.1 cm. Find the length of EF.

Sol. We have,

( )

( )

2

2

Area ABC BC

=

Area DEF EF

∆

∆

⇒

( )

2

2

2.1 9

=

16 EF

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⇒

3 2.1

=

4 EF

⇒ EF =

4 × 2.1

cm

3

= 2.8 cm

15. Prove that

1 1

1 + 1 – θ θ

+

sin sin

= 2 sec

2

θ

Sol. LHS =

1 1

+

1 + sin 1 – sin θ θ

=

( ) ( )

1 – sin + 1 + sin

1 + sin 1 – sin

θ θ

θ θ

=

2 2

2 2

=

1 – sin cos θ θ

= 2sec

2

θ = RHS Proved.

16. In a rectangle ABCD, AB = 20 cm, ∠BAC = 60°. Calculate side BC.

Sol. In ∆ABC, we have, AB = 20, ∠BAC = 60°

∴ tan (∠BAC) =

BC

AB

⇒ tan 60° =

BC

20

⇒

3

=

BC

20

[∵ tan 60° =

3

]

⇒ BC = 20 3 cm

17. The mean weight of a class of 35 students is 45 kg. If the weight of the teacher be

included, the mean weight increases by 500 grams. Find the weight of the teacher.

Sol. Let the mean weight of a class of 35 students be

1

x and that of both students and

teacher be

2

x . Then

1

x = 45 kg and

2

500

= 45 +

1000

¸ _

¸ ,

x kg = (45 + 0.5) kg = 45.5 kg

1

1

1

=

x

x

n

Σ

and

2

2

2

=

x

x

n

∑

⇒

1

45 =

35

x ∑

and

2

45.5 =

36

x ∑

⇒ ∑x

1

= 1575 kg and ∑x

2

= 1638 kg

⇒ Total weight = weight of students + weight of teacher

∴ Weight of teacher = Total weight – weight of students

= ∑x

2

– ∑x

1

= (1638 – 1575) kg = 63 kg

18. Find the mode of the following data :

25, 16, 19, 48, 19, 20, 34, 15, 19, 20, 21, 24, 19, 16, 22, 16, 18, 20, 16, 19

Sol. The frequency table of the given data is as given below :

x

i

15 16 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 34 48

f

i

1 4 1 5 3 1 1 1 1 1 1

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We observe that the value 19 has maximum frequency i.e. it occurs maximum number

of times. Therefore, mode of the given data is 19.

SECTION C

(Question numbers 19 to 28 carry 3 marks each.)

19. Show that 3 5 is irrational.

Sol. If possible, let 3 5 be rational.

Let its simplest form be

3 5 =

a

b

, where, a and b are non-zero integers having no

common factor other than 1.

Now,

3 5 = 5 =

3

a a

b b

⇒

........... (i)

But, a and 3b are non-zero integers.

∴

3

a

b

is rational

Thus, from (i), it follows that 5 is rational.

This contradicts, the fact that 5 is irrational.

Hence, 3 5 is irrational. Proved.

OR

Show that 12

n

cannot end with the digits 0 or 5 for any natural number n.

Sol. We have 12

n

= (2 × 2 × 3)

n

= 2

2n

× 3

n

We see that the only primes in the factorisation of 12

n

are 2 and 3 and not 5.

As, we know the prime factorisation of a number is unique [By fundamental theorem

of Arithmetic]

Hence, 12

n

cannot end with the digits 0 or 5. Proved.

20. The sum of the digits of a two digit number is 8 and difference between the number

and that formed by reversing the digits is 18. Find the number.

Sol. Let the digit at unit’s place be x and the digit at ten’s place be y. Then,

Number = 10y + x

Number formed by reversing the digits = 10x + y

According to the given conditions, we have

x + y = 8 ........... (i)

and, (10y + x) – (10x + y) = 18

⇒ 9(y – x) = 18 ⇒ y – x = 2 .......... (ii)

On solving equations (i) and (ii), we get x = 3, y = 5

Hence, required number = 10y + x = 10 × 5 + 3 = 53

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21. Find a cubic polynomial whose zeroes are 3, 5 and –2

Sol. We know that a cubic polynomial whose zeroes are α, β and γ is given by

p(x) = x

3

– (α + β + γ) x

2

+ (αβ + βγ + γα) x – αβγ .................. (i)

Let α = 3, β = 5 and γ = –2. Then

α + β + γ = 3 + 5 + (–2) = 6

αβ + βγ + γα = 3 × 5 + 5 × (–2) + (–2) × 3 = 15 – 10 – 6 = –1

And, αβγ = 3 × 5 × (–2) = –30

Substituting the above values in (i), we get

p(x) = x

3

– 6x

2

+ (–1) x – (–30) =x

3

– 6x

2

– x + 30

Hence, required polynomial is x

3

– 6x

2

– x + 30

22. In the figure, if PQ || BC and PR || CD, prove that

AR AQ

=

AD AB

Sol. In ∆ABC, we have, PQ || BC [Given]

⇒

AQ AP

=

AB AC

…(i) [BPT]

In ∆ACD, we have, PR || CD

⇒

AP AR

=

AC AD

…(ii) [BPT]

From (i) and (ii), we get

AQ AR AR AQ

= =

AB AD AD AB

⇒

Proved.

23. Two triangles BAC and BDC, right angled at A and D respectively, are drawn on the

same base BC and on the same side of BC. If AC and DB intersect at P, prove that

AP × PC = DP × PB.

Sol. In ∆APB and ∆DPC, we have

∠A = ∠D = 90°

and, ∠APB = ∠DPC [Vertically opposite angles]

∆APB ~ ∆DPC [AA similarity]

⇒

AP PB

=

DP PC

⇒ AP × PC = DP × PB Proved.

OR

In a triangle ABC, AD is a median and AE ⊥ BC. Prove that

AC

2

= AD

2

+ BC.DE +

2

2

BC

.

Sol. In ∆AED, we have, AD

2

= AE

2

+ ED

2

[Pythagoras theorem]

⇒ AE

2

= AD

2

– ED

2

…(i)

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In ∆AEC, AC

2

= AE

2

+ EC

2

[From (i)]

= AD

2

– ED

2

+ (ED + DC)

2

= AD

2

– ED

2

+ ED

2

+ DC

2

+ 2.ED.DC.

= AD

2

+ 2.DE

2

BC BC

.

2 2

+

= AD

2

+ DE.BC +

2

BC

2

Proved.

24. Solve the equation 2sin2θ = 3 (0° < θ < 90°)

Sol. We have, 2sin2θ = 3

⇒ sin2θ =

3

2

⇒ sin2θ = sin 60° [∵ sin 60° =

3

2

]

⇒ 2θ = 60° ⇒ θ = 30°

25. Given that sin (A + B) = sinA cosB + cosA sinB, find the value of sin 75°.

Sol. Putting A = 45° and B = 30° in sin (A + B) = sinA cosB + cosA sinB, we get

sin (45° + 30°) = sin 45° cos30° + cos 45° sin 30°

⇒ sin 75° =

1 3 1 1

× + ×

2 2 2 2

=

3 1

+

2 2 2 2

=

3 + 1

2 2

26. Prove that

= 0

+

+ +

sinA – sinB cos A – cosB

cos A cosB sinA sinB

Sol. LHS =

sinA – sinB cosA – cosB

+

cosA + cosB sinA + sinB

=

( ) ( ) ( ) ( )

( ) ( )

sinA – sinB sinA + sinB + cosA + cosB cosA – cosB

cosA + cosB sinA + sinB

=

( ) ( )

2 2 2 2

sin A – sin B + cos A – cos B

cosA + cosB sinA + sinB

=

( ) ( )

( ) ( )

2 2 2 2

sin A + cos A – sin B + cos B

cosA + cosB sinA + sinB

=

( ) ( )

1 – 1

cosA + cosB sinA + sinB

= 0 = RHS Proved.

OR

Prove that : tan

2

A – tan

2

B =

2 2

2 2

− sin A sin B

cos A cos B

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Sol. LHS = tan

2

A – tan

2

B =

2 2

2 2

sin A sin B

cos A cos B

−

2 2 2 2

2 2

sin A cos B sin Bcos A

cos A cos B

−

=

2 2 2 2

2 2

sin A (1 sin B) sin B(1 sin A)

cos A cos B

− − −

=

2 2 2 2 2 2

2 2

sin A sin A sin B sin B sin Bsin A

cos A cos B

− − +

=

2 2

2 2

sin A sin B

cos A cos B

−

=

= RHS Proved

27. Following table shows the weight of 12 students :

Weight (in kg) 67 70 72 73 75

Number of students 4 3 2 2 1

Find the mean weight of the students.

Sol. To calculate the mean we prepare the following table

Weight (in kg) Frequency f

i

x

i

x

i

f

i

67 4 268

70 3 210

72 2 144

73 2 146

75 1 75

∑f

i

= 12 ∑f

i

x

i

= 843

∴ Mean =

843

= =

12

∑

∑

i i

i

f x

x

f

= 70.25 kg.

28. Find the median for the following frequency distribution :

x 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

f 8 10 11 16 20 25 15 9 6

Sol. To find the median first we prepare cumulative frequency table.

x f cf

1 8 8

2 10 18

3 11 29

4 16 45

5 20 65

6 25 90

7 15 105

8 9 114

9 6 120

N = 120

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Here, N =120 ⇒

N

2

= 60 kg.

We find that the cumulative frequency just greater than

N

2

i.e., 60 is 65 and the

value of x corresponding to 65 is 5. Therefore, median = 5.

SECTION D

(Question numbers 29 to 34 carry 4 marks each.)

29. Prove that n

2

– n is divisible by 2 for every positive integer n.

Sol. We know that any positive integer is of the form 2q or 2q + 1, for some integer q.

So, following cases arise :

Case 1 : When n = 2q, we have

n

2

– n = (2q)

2

– 2q = 4q

2

– 2q = 2q (2q – 1)

⇒ n

2

– n = 2r, where r = q(2q – 1)

⇒ n

2

– n is divisible by 2

Case II : When n = 2q + 1, we have

n

2

– n = 2q + 1)

2

– (2q + 1) = (2q + 1) (2q + 1 – 1) = 2q(2q + 1)

⇒ n

2

– n = 2r, where r = q(2q + 1)

⇒ n

2

– n is divisible by 2

Hence, n

2

– n is divisible by 2 for every positive integer n. Proved.

30. Solve the following system of equations graphically

x + 3y = 6, 2x – 3y = 12

and hence find the value of a, if 4x + 3y = a.

Sol. We have, x + 3y = 6 : And, 2x – 3y = 12

6

3

−

⇒ ·

x

y

2 12

3

−

⇒ ·

x

y

3 0 6

1 2 0

x

y

3 0 6

2 4 0 − −

x

y

Points are (3, 1), (0, 2) and (6, 0) Points are (3, –2), (0, – 4) and (6, 0).

The graph is shown below.

Clearly, two lines intersect at P(6, 0).

Hence, x = 6, y = 0 is the solution of the given system of equations.

Putting x = 6, y = 0 in a = 4x + 3y, we get a = (4 × 6) + (3 × 0) = 24

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OR

Taxi charges consist of fixed charges and the remaining depending upon the distance

travelled in kilometres. If a person travels 10 km, he pays Rs 68 and for travelling

15 km, he pays Rs 98. Find the fixed charges and the rate per km.

Sol. Let the fixed charges be Rs x and rate per km be Rs y.

Then, x + 10y = 68 …(i)

And, x + 15y = 98 …(ii)

Subtracting (ii) from (i) we get, –5y = –30 ⇒ y = 6

From (i), x = 68 – 60 = 8

Hence, fixed charges are Rs 8 and rate per km is Rs 6.

31. Find a cubic polynomial with the sum, sum of the products of its zeroes taken two at

a time, and product of its zeroes as 3, –1 and –3 respectively.

Sol. Let the required cubic polynomial be

3 2

, 0 + + + ≠ ax bx cx d a …(i)

Let α, β and γ be its zeroes.

Then,

2

3

– (coefficient of )

coefficient of

α +β + γ =

x

x

⇒ 3 3

−

= ⇒ − =

b

b a

a

…(ii)

3

coefficient of

coefficient of

αβ + βγ + γα =

x

x

1 ⇒ − = ⇒ = −

c

c a

a

…(iii)

3

(constant term)

coefficient of

αβγ = −

x

3 3

−

⇒ − = ⇒ =

d

d a

a

…(iv)

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If we take a = 1, then from (ii), (iii) and (iv), we get, 3, 1, 3 = − = − = b c d

∴ Required polynomial is

3 2

1. ( 3) ( 1) 3 + − + − + x x x [From (i)]

3 2

3 3 + i.e., x – x – x .

32. Prove that in a right angled triangle, the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum

of the squares of the other two sides.

Sol. Given : A right-angled triangle ABC in which ∠B = 90°.

To Prove : AC

2

= AB

2

+ BC

2

Construction : From B draw BD ⊥ AC.

Proof : In triangles ADB and ABC, we have

∠ADB = ∠ABC [Each equal to 90°]

and, ∠A = ∠A [Common]

⇒ ∆ADB ~ ∆ABC [AA-similarity criterion]

⇒

AD AB

=

AB AC

[ ] In similar triangles corresponding sides are proportional ∵

⇒ AB

2

= AD × AC …(i)

In triangles BDC and ABC, we have

∠CDB = ∠ABC [Each equal to 90°]

and, ∠C = ∠C [Common]

⇒ ∆BDC ~ ∆ABC [AA-similarity criterion]

⇒

DC BC

=

BC AC

[ ] In similar triangles corresponding sides are proportional ∵

⇒ BC

2

= AC × DC …(ii)

Adding equations (i) and (ii), we get

AB

2

+ BC

2

= AD × AC + AC × DC

= AC(AD + DC) = AC × AC = AC

2

Hence, AC

2

= AB

2

+ BC

2

Proved.

33. If 5 tan α = 4, show that

5 3 1

=

5 2 6

α α

α α +

sin – cos

sin cos

Sol. We have, 5 tan α = 4 ⇒ tan α =

4

5

Now,

5 sin – 3 cos

5 sin + 2 cos

α α

α α

=

5 sin – 3 cos

cos

5 sin + 2 cos

cos

α α

α

α α

α

[Dividing Nr and Dr by cos α]

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=

5 sin 3 cos

–

cos cos

5 sin 2 cos

+

cos cos

α α

α α

α α

α α

=

5 tan 3

5 tan 2

α

α

−

+

=

4

5 × – 3

5

4

5 × + 2

5

4

tan =

5

1

α

1

¸ ]

∵

=

4 – 3 1

=

4 + 2 6

.

OR

Prove that : sin

8

θ – cos

8

θ = (sin

2

θ – cos

2

θ) (1 – 2 sin

2

θ cos

2

θ)

Sol. LHS = sin

8

θ – cos

8

θ

= (sin

4

θ)

2

– (cos

4

θ)

2

= (sin

4

θ + cos

4

θ)(sin

4

θ – cos

4

)

= (sin

2

θ + cos

2

θ)(sin

2

θ – cos

2

)(sin

4

θ + cos

4

θ)

= (sin

2

θ – cos

2

θ)[{(sin

2

θ) + (cos

2

θ)}

2

– 2sin

2

θ cos

2

θ]

= (sin

2

θ – cos

2

θ)(1 – 2sin

2

θ cos

2

θ ) = RHS Proved.

34. Find the missing frequencies in the following frequency distribution if it is known that

the mean of the distribution is 1.46.

Number of accidents (x) 0 1 2 3 4 5 Total

Frequency (f) 46 ? ? 25 10 5 200

Sol. Let the missing frequencies be f

1

and f

2

.

x

i

f

i

f

i

x

i

0 46 0

1 f

1

f

1

2 f

2

2f

2

3 25 75

4 10 40

5 5 25

N = 86 + f

1

+ f

2

∑f

i

x

i

= 140 + f

1

+ 2f

2

We have, N = 200 ⇒ 200 = 86 + f

1

+ f

2

⇒ f

1

+ f

2

= 114 …(i)

Also, Mean = 1.46

⇒ 1.46 =

N

i i

f x ∑

⇒ 1.46 =

1 2

140 + + 2

200

f f

⇒ 292 = 140 + f

1

+ 2f

2

= f

1

+ 2f

2

= 152 …(ii)

Solving equaitons (i) and (ii), we get

f

1

= 76 and f

2

= 38

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