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# MATHEMATICS

## (Two hours and a half)

Answers to this paper must be written on the paper provided separately.
You will not be allowed to write during the first 15 minutes.
This time is to be spent in reading the question paper.
The time given at the head of the paper is the time allowed for writing the answers.
Attempt all questions from Section A and any four questions from Section B.
All working, including rough work, must be clearly shown and must be shown on
the same sheet as the rest of the answer. Omission of essential working will result in
loss of marks.
The intended marks for questions or parts of questions have been mentioned after
each of them.

## Section A (40 marks)

Question 2: 3+3+4=10 marks
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a) The perimeter of an isosceles triangle is 42cm. Its base is 3times the sum of its
equal sides. Find the length of each side and the area of the triangle.
b) In a right-angled triangle PQR, P=90 and QR= 3PQ. Find the values of cos
Q, cot R and cosec Q.
c) Determine the coordinates of the vertices of the quadrilateral ABCD in each of the
following:
i)

ii)
A

C
-4 -3

D
2 3

-4

-2

## Question 3: 3+3+4=10 marks

a) Express 10.123 as a rational number.
b) If the cost price of 11 shirts is equal to the selling price of 10 shirts, find the
percentage profit or loss.
c) The weights (in kg) of the teachers of a school are recorded as shown below60,65,63,70,65,62,65,63,64,60,68,58,62,65,63,65,64,60,62,63
If
the
collection
of
data
be
grouped
into
class
intervals
i) What is the type of these class intervals?
ii) Find the frequency of the class interval 59-62.
iii) Write the tally marks for the frequency of the variate 62 and the class interval
62-65.
iv) What are the class limits and class boundaries of the class interval 68-71?

## Question 4: 3+3+4=10 marks

a) In a ABC, AB=AC. Prove that the altitude AD is a median.
b) Prove that any straight line drawn from the vertex of a triangle to the base is
bisected by the straight line which joins the middle points of the other two sides of the
triangle.
c) The ratio of the number of sides of two regular polygons is 3:4 and the ratio of the
sum of their interior angles is 2:3. Find the number of sides of each polygon.
Question 5: 3+3+4=10 marks
a) If

7
7 +

5
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## b) Prove that log3{9-1/3 (3)-4} is a rational number. Find the number.

c) If the midpoints of the sides of a square are joined in order, prove that the area of
the quadrilateral so formed is half that of the square.

## Question 6: 3+3+4=10 marks

a) If=60 prove that cos.sin(/2)+sin.cos(/2) has a rational value. Also, find
it.
b) Find the LCM of 25x2-9y2 and 5x2+2xy-3y2 by factorization.
c) A man bought a house at Rs.39,20,000. It has three floors-ground floor, first floor
and second floor-and he bought each floor seperately. He decides to sell all the floors

at equal prices. On selling the ground floor, he makes a loss of 12%. But he makes a
profit of 20% from the first floor while he makes neither a profit nor a loss by selling
the second floor. Find the per cent profit or loss he made by selling the house.

## Question 7:3+3+4=10 marks

a) Find the radius of a circular field if its area is equal to the area of a circular path
whose inner and outer radius are 175 m and 140 m respectively.
b) If in the figure, AD is perpendicular to BC, find the value of sin+cos. A
10

B
D
C
c) If the polynomial ax +bx+1 has the values 0 and 15 when x has the values 1 and -2
respectively, determine the polynomial and factorize it.
Question 8: 5+5=10 marks
a) A frequency distribution is displayed by the following histogram:
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
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## i) Construct a frequency table (with tally marks) of the distribution.

ii) Construct the frequency polygon of the distribution.
b) In the figure, AD=DC and DE is perpendicular to AC. Find DE and cosBAC.
A
E
D
4
B

4 3 C

## Question 9: 3+3+4=10 marks

a) If the rate of interest is 6% p.a. and the difference of the compound interest and the
simple interest on a sum of money for 2 years is Rs.45 then find the sum of money.
b) Can three angles of a triangle have the measures 35+x, x and 40-x for
c) ABCD is a square. The points P,Q,R and S are taken on AB, BC, CD and DA
respectively, so that AP=BQ=CR=DS. Prove that:
i) PQRS is a square.
ii) PR2+SQ2=PQ2+QR2+RS2+SP2
iii) SQ2=2(AP2+BP2)

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## a) If x>1 and x- =, find the value of x4+(1/x4).

b) If log102=0.3010 and log103=0.4771 then find the value of log10(45)10, correct to 2
decimal places.
c) A rectangular sheet of tin measuring 60 cm X 44 cm is rolled along the breadth to
form the biggest possible hollow right circular cylinder. What is the area of the extra
sheet of tin required to make it a closed container? Also find the capacity of the
container.

## Question 11: 6+4=10 marks

a) In the figure, OX and OY are the x-axis and y-axis respectively, and OABC is a
rectangle. Given OA=3 units, OD=1 unit and BEA=45.

Y
B
C

X
3

From the figure, answer the followingi) What are the coordinates of B and C?
ii) What is the linear relation between x and y whose graph is the line BE?
iii) Find the area of BOD if the unit of length is cm.
b) If x>0, prove that (x+y)3+(x-y)3 is positive.