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CLASS-X [MAT]

ANSWER KEY

Que s.

10

11

12

13

14

15

Ans

C

16

A

17

B

18

A

19

D

20

C

21

B

22

D

23

A

24

C

25

B

26

D

27

C

28

D

29

B

30

A

31

C

32

A

33

D

34

A

35

C

36

B

37

C

38

B

39

A

40

C

41

B

42

A

43

D

44

C

45

B

46

A

47

D

48

D

49

B

50

B

51

D

52

A

53

A

54

C

55

C

56

A

57

D

58

C

59

B

60

C

61

A

62

C

63

B

64

B

65

D

66

A

67

D

68

A

69

D

70

C

71

D

72

B

73

C

74

B

75

Que s.

B

76

A

77

D

78

B

79

C

80

A

81

A

82

D

83

D

84

A

85

B

86

C

87

C

88

B

89

A

90

Ans

Que s.

Ans

Que s.

Ans

Que s.

Ans

Que s.

Ans

1.

I

2, 6, 12, ?

II 30, 20, 12

The pattern followed in I is 12 + 1, 22 + 2,32 + 3,42 + 4,...

missing number = 42 + 4 = 20.

2.

12 x 6, 22 x 5, 32 x 4, 42 x 3 ,52 x 2 ,62 x 1 ,72 x 0.

Hence, the missing term would be

62 x 1 = 36.

3.

previous term x2 + 1, x2 2, x2 + 3, x2 4, x2 + 5.... and so on.

Hence, the next term would be

114 x2 + 5 = 233.

4.

previous term + 24,+ 40,+56,72,88, and so on.

Hence, the next term would be

217+ 88 = 305.

5.

I

0, 3, 8, ?

II 2, 3, 4,5

III 2, 5, 10, 17

The pattern followed in I is + 3,+ 5,+ 7

missing number = 8+ 7 = 15.

Page # 1

9.

10.

8 2 1 = 15

15 2 + 1 = 31

31 2 1 = 61

61 2 + 1 = 123

123 2 1 = 245

245 2 + 1 = 491

22 1= 3

22 + 2= 6

52 1= 24

52 + 5= 30

82 1= 63

82 + 8= 72

112 1= 120

112 + 11= 132

15.

( + 5, + 5, 1, + 5, + 5)

16.

( + 2, + 1, 1, + 2, 2)

17.

(+3, 2, +3, 2, + 3)

19.

stq logic + 5

20.

(7 + 5 + 9) 3 = 63

(11 + 3 + 6) 2 = 40

(7 + 18 + 11) 4 = 144

21.

12 8 6

= 64

9

5 12 10

= 75

8

21 9 12

= 162

14

22.

23.

(7 8 ) + (6 + 4) = 66

(3 9 ) + (7 + 4) = 38

(11 9 ) + (7 + 2) = 108

4352

= 7.5

16

5623

= 11.25

16

5 2 2 9

= 11.25

16

27.

12 1 = 0

22 2 = 2

32 3 = 6

Page # 2

42

52

62

72

82

92

4 = 12

5 = 20

6 = 30

7 = 42

8 = 56

8 = 72

28.

In column first

91 + 84 + 25 = 200

In column second 64 + 76 + 60 = 200

In column thrid 73 + 61 + x = 200

So, x = 66

31.

20 4 = 5 52 = 25

81 27 = 3 32 = 9

44 11 = 4 42 = 16

36.

Ans. 2

37.

38.

(41to 45)

Letter

G

Z

C

U

S

X

B

U

W

T

O

A

R

E

H

Code

u

n

q

z

o

v

l

e

y

x

b

s

w

t

f

Page # 3

41.

42.

43.

44.

45.

M d

J

a

I p

N k

L g

P

r

Ans. (3) bpxg

Ans. (1) boqx

Ans. (4) gteqw

Ans. (3) ptok

Ans. (2) wfsq

46.

Ans. 3

So B in Uncle of C

47.

So R in mother of P.

Ans. 1

48.

32 1 : 33 + 1 : : 42 1 : 43 + 1

OR

22 2 : 33 + 1 : : 32 2 : 43 + 1

49.

23 + 33 : 33 + 43 : : 43 + 53 : 53 + 63

50.

7

13

:

11

17

::

19

23

29

31

OR

7 + 17 = 11 + 13 and 19 + 33 = 23 + 29

So, Ans.

51.

29

33

Ans.

52.

53.

Page # 4

CLASS-X [SAT]

ANSWER KEY

Ques.

10

11

12

13

14

15

Ans

3

16

4

17

1

18

1

19

4

20

1, 3

21

4

22

3

23

1

24

3

25

1

26

3

27

3

28

1

29

2

30

3

31

1

32

4

33

1

34

2

35

2

36

3

37

1

38

2

39

4

40

4

41

1

42

2

43

1

44

2

45

4

46

3

47

2

48

4

49

4

50

2

51

1

52

4

53

3

54

3

55

2

56

1

57

3, 4

58

4

59

1

60

4

61

1

62

2

63

4

64

4

65

3

66

1

67

3

68

2

69

1

70

1

71

2

72

3

73

4

74

2

75

Ques.

3

76

4

77

2

78

1

79

1

80

1

81

2

82

1

83

4

84

1

85

2

86

1

87

2

88

3

89

4

90

Ans

Ques.

Ans

Ques.

Ans

Ques.

Ans

Ques.

Ans

PHYSICS

9.

R=

configuration

Ar = 2, 8, 8

22.

Electronic configuration is 2, 8, 3

Valency = 3

2Al + 3Cl2 2 AlCl3

V 2 (60 )2

P

220

= 806.66

I=

21.

P

V

60

220

H

23.

= 0.27

CHEMISTRY

16.

17.

mass number. They have different number of

neutrons.

2 Cu + O2

2CuO

(x)

(y)

Black

CuO + H2 Cu + H2O

Structure of methane H C H

MATHEMATICS

36.

y = x2 3x 4

x2 3x = y + 4

3

x

2

x

2

=y+4+

=y+

9

4

25

4

Page # 5

37.

2x + 3y = 7

(a b)x + (a + b)y = 3a + b 2

For infinite solution

42.

a1

b1

c1

a2 = b 2 = c 2

2

3

=

a b

ab

2a + 2b = 3a 3b

a = 5b

cos(A B) =

9a + 3b 6 = 7a + 7b

2a 4b = 6

2(5b) 4b = 6

10b 4b = 6

6b = 6 b =1

a=5

b

2a

3

2

... (2)

43.

44.

4a = 2r

[a = 5b]

r=

b 2 4ac

.

2a

38.

Roots will be

39.

a3 + a7 = 6

a + 2d + a + 6d = 6

2a + 8d = 6

a + 4d = 3

a = 3 4d

(a3) (a7) = 8

(a + 2d) (a + 6d)= 8

[3 4d + 2d] [3 4d + 6d] = 8

(3 2d) (3 + 2d) = 8

9 4d2 = 8

4d2 = 1

4a

2

Given : a2 = 121

a = 11

r=

4 11

7

2 22

r=7m

Area of circle = r2 = 49 m2

45.

Volume of frustum =

1

h( r12 + r22 + r1r2)

3

1

22

14 (22 + 12 + 2)

3

7

d= .

2

1

22 2 7

3

OA

OB

2

x 2

=

=

OC

OD

5

2x 5

308

2

= 102

cm3

3

3

1

d2 =

4

1

4x + 10 = 5x 10

x = 20

41.

.... (1)

cos (A B) = cos30

A B = 30

solving (1) & (2)

A = 45, B = 15

3

7

=

ab

3a b 2

40.

3

2

sin (A + B) = sin 60

A + B = 60

2

3

7

=

=

a b

ab

3a b 2

sin (A + B) =

46.

Then, area of ABC = 0

1

[x (y 1) + 0 + 1(0 y)] = 0

2

xy x y = 0

x + y = xy

Mode = 3 median 2mean

500 = 3(525) 2mean

2 mean = 1575 500

mean =

47.

1075

= 537.5

2

chance is given by J. Cardon

Page # 6

48.

3 5

5

3 5

3 5

3 5

5

5( 3 5 )

= ( 3 +

2

35

49.

2100

= 21001 = 299

2

50.

1 line

5)

S

P

Q

110

51.

130

50

R

52.

Rectangle.

53.

Diameter

54.

S=

24 40 32

96

=

= 48 m

2

2

Area

48 24 8 16

24 2 24 8 16

= 24 16 = 384 m2

55.

2rh = 4.4

2

22

0.7 h = 4.4

7

h = 1 m.

Page # 7

CLASS-X [MAT]

ANSWER KEY

Que s.

10

11

12

13

14

15

Ans

1

16

4

17

1

18

4*

19

3

20

2

21

1

22

2

23

4

24

2

25

3

26

1

27

*

28

1

29

1

30

3

31

2

32

2

33

4

34

3

35

3

36

2

37

4

38

2

39

3

40

2*

41

1*

42

2

43

4

44

4

45

3

47

3

48

3

49

3

50

Que s.

3

46

Ans

2,3

Que s.

Ans

Que s.

Ans

1.

2.

term is moved two steps forward to obtain the

corresponding letters of the next term. So, the

missing term is JMO.

(4)The first letter of each term is moved two

steps backward, the second and third letter is

moved one steps backward to obtain the

corresponding letters of the next term.So, the

missing term is EBJ.

3.

cab is repeated.

4.

moved two steps forkward, the second letter is

moved one steps forward to obtain the

corresponding letters of the next term.So, the

missing term is PFSK.

5.

( 3 ) 2 2+ 1 , 3 2+ 1 , 4

62+1,72+1.82+1..................

+ 1 , 5

+ 1 ,

6.

( 2 ) 2 2 2 , 3 2 2 , 4

622,722.................

2 , 5

2 ,

7.

(1) 22+1,221,32+1,321,42+1,421,52+1,521,...

8.

16.

17.

them.

(2) Only option 2 have the same difference

between them.

24-27.

Letters E F H I

Code y z

33.

N O R S T U V W X

m c d g r/h s

g h/r

23 * 52 = 23 + 25 = 48

43 * 35 = 43 + 53 = 96

Page # 8

CLASS-X

LANGUAGE COMPREHENSIVE TEST (LCT )

ANSWER KEY

Ques.

10

11

12

13

14

15

Ans

1

16

4

17

4

18

2

19

4

20

2

21

3

22

1

23

3

24

1

25

2

26

3

27

1

28

4

29

3

30

2

32

1

33

4

34

4

35

3

36

2

37

2

38

3

39

4

40

Ques.

3

31

Ans

Ques.

Ans

Page # 9

CLASS-X [SAT]

ANSWER KEY

Que s.

10

11

12

13

14

15

Ans

3

16

2

17

3

18

1

19

4

20

1

21

4

22

1

23

2

24

*

25

2

26

3

27

2

28

4

29

4

30

4

31

4

32

3

33

1

34

2

35

1

36

2

37

2

38

1

39

2

40

4

41

2

42

4

43

3

44

4

45

4

46

3

47

2

48

1

49

2

50

3

51

1

52

4

53

3

54

4

55

2

56

4

57

1

58

3

59

2

60

1

61

1

62

3

63

3

64

1

65

1

66

2

67

2

68

4

69

2

70

3

71

2

72

4

73

2

74

1

75

Que s.

4

76

3

77

2

78

1

79

2

80

2

81

3

82

4

83

2

84

3

85

2

86

3

87

1

88

4

89

4

90

Ans

Que s.

Ans

Que s.

Ans

Que s.

Ans

Que s.

Ans

PHYSICS

2. F = G

m1m 2

r

= 6.675 10111

(1)(1)

(1)2

= 6.675

1011N

R1R 2

6 ( 2 2 2)

36

4. Req. = R R =

=

= 3

6

(

2

2

)

12

1

2

V

12

Itotal = R

=

= 4 Amp.

3

eq

Itotal

4

=

= 2 Amp.

2

2

Voltage drop across 2 resister is

V = IR = 22 = 4 Volt

I=

7. P1 =

5=

V2

3R

V2

3R

V2

=15 .... (i)

R

V2

V2

3

= R

Now P2 =

(R / 3)

= 3(15) = 45W

9. u = 160 m/s

t = 0.02 sec

v= 0

v = u + at

0 = 160 + a(0.02)

a = 8000 m/s2

v 2 = u2 + 2as

s=

25600

0 (160 )2

v 2 u2

=

=

= 1.60 m

16000

2( 8000 )

2a

CHEMISTRY

13. Ammonium chloride (NH4Cl) salt consists of nonmetallic elements only. It contains N, H and Cl which

are non metals.

14. Gases and liquids are different from solids in Fluidity property. In solids particles are bind together by

means of strong forces of attraction hence they are

not able to move i.e. show no fluidity.

15. The action of cleaning of oily dirt by soap is based

on presence of hydrophilic end (i.e. ionic part) and

hydrophobic end (i.e. hydrocarbon past)

Page # 10

16.

23

11 Na

+ 24 He

27

13 Al

17. Benzene has 15 covalent bonds.

jointed appendages.

Jointed appandags are the unique feature of

arthropoda.

32. Allergy is a non communicable disease.

33. Pepsin is secreted by gastric gland used to

digest protein into peptones.

34. Tenden are made up of white enelastic fibre. This

connects muscle with the bone

35. Plasma membrane is selectively permeable that

allows certain substance to enter and exit from

the cell.

be less than the no. of protons in atoms.

19. Copper is present below hydrogen in metal reactivity series hence cannot displace hydrogen from dilute acids.

MATHEMATICS

36.

1

1 x

b a

22. Pb(s) + CuCl2(aq) PbCl2(aq) + Cu(s)

Pb is more reactive than Cu. It displace Cu from

CuCl2 solution.

23. Soda-water contains dissolved CO2 gas. Hence its

pH is less than 7.

BIOLOGY

24. Wheat, Rice and Maize are the major food grains

produced.

25. Mitochondria Name was given by Benda

26. Abscisic acid is a kind of growth inhibitor. It

promote abscission of leaves, flowers and fruits.

So it controls fall of leaf.

28. The use of disposable paper cups is more

benificial because its recycling process is

possible. So it will degrade early.

29. The endosperm produced after the fusion of male

gamete (n) with polar nuclei (2n) so it will be 3n.

endospesm provide nourishment to the growing

embryo.

30. Systema Naturae is written by Carolus

Linnaeus. In this book we study about Taxonomy

and Nomanclature.

=

=

c a

x

x

xa xa

xa

x x x

xa xb xc

xa xb xc

1

1 x

a b

c b

1

xa xc

1 b b

x

x

xb

a

x x x

1

1 x

ac

x b c

1

x a xb

1 c c

x

x

xc

a

x xb x c

= 1.

Ans [3]

37. Given :

Least prime factor of a = 3

Least prime factor of b = 7

Least prime factor of (a + b) = 2

a + b will be always an even number.

Ans [1]

38. 9, a, b, 6 are in A.P.

a9=ba=6b

by a 9 = 6 b

a+b=3

Ans [4]

39. Given equation x2 + bx + 12 = 0

one root is 2

So put x = 2

4 + 2b + 12 = 0

2b = 16

b=8

Now roots of equation x2 + bx + q = 0 are equal

So D = 0

b2 4q = 0

(8)2 4q = 0

4q = 64 q = 16

Ans [3]

Page # 11

sin cos =

2 sin (90 )

2 cos

sin = cos (1 +

2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, 37

Number of observations are even = 12

th

2)

tan = ( 2 + 1)

Ans [4]

41. Given acos bsin = c

...(1)

now let asin + bcos = k

...(2)

by squaring eqaution (1) and equation (2) and then

adding

a2 (sin2 + cos2) + b2(sin2 + cos2) = c2 + k2

a2 + b2 = c2 + k2

k2 = a2 + b2 c2

k = a2 b2 c

Ans [2]

42. In ABE

median =

60

45

B

7

Ans [2]

46. Curved surface are of sphere = 4r2

diameter after decreased by 25%

AD = d2

9

3d

A1 = =

d2

16

4

9

d2 d2

% decrease = 16

100

d2

= 43.75%

Ans [1]

7

AB

AB = 7

..(2)

By equation (1) and equation (2)

tan 45 =

h=7 3

So height of tower is

=h+7

..(i)

By (1st ) and (3rd) ratio

3K = K2 3K

K2 6K = 0

K (K 6) = 0

K = 0 or K = 6

..(ii)

So by equation (i) and (ii)

K=6

Ans [1]

75

3d

d =

100

4

d1 =

h = AB 3 ...(1)

In ABC :

K

3

(K 3)

=

=

12

K

K

13 17

30

=

= 15

2

2

Favourable cases = 25

So probability that 5 will not come up either of the

25

time =

36

a1

b1

c1

= b = c

a2

2

2

Ans [3]

h

tan60 =

AB

= 7( 3 +1)

Ans [4]

43. For Infinitely many solution

median =

th

n

n

obs 1 obs

2

So median =

2

2

D

E

47.

125

30

CDE + 30 = 125

CDE = 125 30 = 95

A

2x

48. B

Area BDE

x

1

= =

Area ABC

4

2x

E

ABC : BDE = 4 : 1

Page # 12

C y=x+3

B

63

90

6cm

49.

12cm

53.

B (2,1)

(3,-2) A

Area of triangle = 5

by options only B option satisfy the given condition

AB2 + BC2

= (6 3 )2 + 62 = 144

AC2 = 144

So B = 90

30

50.

14

A

14 2

54.

60

14

Area of quadrant =

1 2

r

4

1

(14)2

4

= 49 = 154 cm2

r 2

(7 2 )2

= 154cm2

=

2

2

1

14 14 = 98

2

Area of shaded portion = 154 (154 98) = 98cm2

Area of triangle =

51. az = 2r

a3

6

4 3 =

r

52. f(x) = x2 px p c

+ =+p

= p c

( + 1) ( + 1) = + + + 1

=1c

40

T

90

120

y

S

In PTM

MTP + TPM = TMS

30 + 90 = TMS

TMS = 120

In QMS

Q + M + S = 180

y = 180 (100)

y =80

55. (1 tan + sec) (1 cot + cosec)

sin

1 cos

= 1

sin

sin

cos

cos

cos

sin

(sin cos ) 1

cos

(sin cos ) 1

sin

(sin cos )2 12

cos sin

cos sin

2 sin cos

= 2.

sin cos

Page # 13

ANSWER KEY

RAJASTHAN NTSE STAGE-I (2014-15)

CLASS-X [MAT]

Ques.

1

1

Ans.

Ques. 16

4

Ans.

2

2

17

1

3

2

18

3

4

3

19

4

5

4

20

2

6

1

21

3

7

2

22

4

8

4

23

2

9

3

24

2

10

4

25

2

11

1

26

3

12

1

27

3

13

3

28

3

14

3

29

4

15

2

30

2

Ques. 31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

Ques. 46

2

Ans.

47

4

48

3

49

3

50

4

Ans.

Ques.

10

11

12

13

14

15

Ans.

Ques.

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

Ans.

Ques.

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

Ans.

CLASS-X [SAT]

Que s.

10

11

12

13

14

15

Ans.

Que s.

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

Ans.

Que s.

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

41

42

43

44

45

Ans.

Que s.

Ans.

Que s.

Ans.

Que s.

Ans.

46

1

61

2

76

3

47

3

62

3

77

3

48

4

63

4

78

1

49

2

64

2

79

3

50

1

65

1

80

4

51

3

66

3

81

2

52

1

67

4

82

1

53

4

68

2

83

4

54

2

69

1

84

3

40

All are

correct

55

3

70

4

85

1,4

56

1

71

1

86

4

57

2

72

3

87

4

58

3

73

3

88

1

59

3

74

1

89

4

60

1

75

3

90

3

Page # 14

PHYSICS

1. Distance covered , d = 2R

time taken is t

so speed will be =

distance

2R

=

time

t

Ans. (2)

2. Object is moving with uniform velocity

so Resultant force is zero.

Ans (4)

3. Pressure P =

Area

Ans (2)

4. Frequency n = 50 Hz

It means it will complete 50 vibrations per second.

Number of cycles in one minutes

will be = 50 60 = 3000

Ans. (3)

5. Height h = 40 15 = 600 cm = 6m

Power P =

mgh

50 10 6

=

= 500 w

t

6

Ans. (2)

6. Focal length of mirror f =

R

2

so correct option is

Ans (1)

7. When object is between focus point and optical centre then image will be virtual, erect & magnified.

Ans. (4)

A

8.

B

R

A

3R

B

R

Page # 15

3R

4

B

R

Req = R +

=

3R

+R

4

11R

4

Ans.(3)

9. For Myopia

u=

v = 75 cm

1

1

1

=

f

v

u

1

1

1

=

f = 75 cm

f

75

Power P =

=

100

f

100

75

= 1.33D

Ans.(2)

10. By flemings left hand rule

Force on electron will be perpendicular into the page.

Ans. (4)

1

Ans (1)

12. 1 unit = 1kwh = 3.6 106 J

so 200 unit = 200 3.6 106 J

= 7.2 108 Joule.

Ans (4)

CHEMISTRY

13.

CuSO4(aqs) + Ag no reaction

CuSO4(aqs) + Hg no reaction

CuSO4(aqs) + Au no reaction

CuSO4aqs + Zn

ZnSO4(aqs) + Cu(s)

blue

Colourless

O

14.

15.

When Na2CO3 dissolve in H2O the nature of solution will be basic due to the formation of strong basic

solution

CH 3 C CH 3

Page # 16

Na2CO3 + 2H2O

2NaOH

+ H2CO 3

Strong base

Weak acid

16.

Valence electron = two General electronic configuration for third period and second group is i.e.

Mg 1s22s22p63s2

17.

Since HNO3 is acid and KOH is base it is a neutralisation and double displacement reaction

18.

Since pH = log[H+]

and pH 0 6 acidic

7 neutral

8 14 basic

hence nature of solution will be acidic

19.

Plaster of paris = CaSO4 .

1

HO

2 2

difference = 2 H2O

2

3

HO

2 2

H

20.

Alkye HC C CH

H

if no. of carban is three then no. of Hydrogen = 4

21.

mwf of CO = 28 gm

28 gm CO contain no, of CO molecule is = 6.022 1023

6.028 10 23 14

28

1

= 3.011 1023 molecule

22.

B.P. = 80C

Temperature in K = degree centigrade + 273

= 80C + 273

= 193 K

23.

Suger solution does not show Tyndall effect since it is a true solution.

but milk, starch and ink form a colloidal solution therefore these all are show Tyndall effect.

MATHEMATICS

36.

37.

x x x

1

b c bc

1

c a ca

1

a b ab

a( b c ) b ( c a ) c ( a b )

abc

x

0

abc

x

= x = 1

Page # 17

38.

10,15,20,......,95

so total no are 18

39.

1

B

=

B=2

2

sin(A + B) = cos (A B)

A + B + A B = 90

2A = 90

A = 45

if B = 0 then A + B = /4

if B = 45 then A + B = /2 . So option (1) & (2) both are possible.

40.

41.

cos2 + cos4

= cos2 + sin2

=1

D

A

42.

Tower

30M

Building

60

30

30

tan60 =

x

30

3 = x

x=

30

3

tan30 =

1

3

AB

x

AB 3

30

30

= 10

3

For No solution

AB =

43.

a1

b1

c

1

=

a2

b2

c2

3

1

1

=

2k 1

k 1 2k 1

3k 3 = 2k 1 and 2k + 1 k 1

k=2

k 2

44.

X =

2 1 2 2 ..... 2 10

10

10

2 10 11

= 11

1

2 10

Page # 18

45.

Req. Probability =

18

1

=

36

2

46.

Vc : VH

1 2

2

r h : r3

3

3

1 3 2 3

r : r

3

3

1:2

C 3

4

O

47.

A

OC =

3 2 42 = 5

ON =

52 42 = 3

48.

120

60

60 60

120

So side of hexagon =

=

1

side of

3

1

6=2

3

area of hexagon = 6

3

(2)2

4

=6 3

49.

BAC = BDC

= 180 (22 + 78)

= 180 (100)

= 80

Page # 19

50.

By MPT

DF =

1

BC

2

1

2 3 = 3

2

DEF is also eq.

rs

3

(2 3 )2 = r3 3

4

43

3

=r

3 3

4

r=1

shaded area = (1)2

=

51.

52.

3

( 3 )2

4

1

3 3

= (4 3 3 )

4

4

4 1

(3) 10 = N

3 2

90 3 8

=N

4

540 = N

option (3) is correct

A (7,5)

O (x,y)

53.

(3,7) B

C (3,3)

OA = OB = OC

OA2 = OB2

(x 7)2 + (y + 5)2 = (x 3)2 + (y + 7)2

8x 4y = 16

2x + y = 4

2x 2 = 4

x=3

x = 3, y = 2

54.

OBA = 80

115 = 80 + OAB

OAB = 35

55.

(tan43tan47)tan45

(cot47tan47) 1

= (1)(1)

=1

OB2 = OC2

(x 3)2 + (y + 7)2

= (x 3)2 + (y 3)2

20y = 40

y=2

(A I A)

Page # 20

Ques.

Ans.

Ques.

Ans.

Ques.

1

3

16

4

31

2

2

17

3

32

3

1

18

4

33

4

4

19

4

34

5

1

20

3

35

6

2

21

4

36

7

3

22

2

37

8

2

23

4

38

9

3

24

1

39

10

1

25

2

40

11

4

26

1

41

12

3

27

3

42

13

3

28

1

43

14

1

29

1

44

15

2

30

2

45

Ans.

Ques.

Ans.

46

3

47

3

48

2

49

3

50

2

26

Sol.1

23

-3

Sol.8

19

-4

729 , 81 , 9 ,

9

9 9

-5

1

9

1,

9

1

1

81

729

1 ,

99

Sol.9

+2

+4

+3

Pens

1 14

Sol.2

3 16

+2

6 19

+3

10 23

some pens one pencils

both are true

Markers

+4

Sol.3

-2

-2

-2

13 25 26

-1

12 23 24

-1

-2

11 29 22 10 19 20

-1

-2

+6

4 6

+6

10 12

+6

+6

+6

14 16 18

+6

+6

2

so opposite to 3

-2

Sol.4

+6

Sol.20

20 22 24

+6

is 1 ( ) and other adjacent surface is 5

(

) so opposite to 2 may be 4 or 6,

according to option answer is 6.

6

=3

Sol.22 No. of dvisions =

2

3

Total no. fo cubes (no. of divisions)

3

(3) = 27

Sol.5

23 ,

33 ,

43

63

5 ,

Sol.6

+6

+8

+10

+12

Sol.7

53 -5 ,

43 -4,

33 -3,

23 -2, 13 -1

Page # 21

Ques.

10

11

12

13

14

15

Ans.

Ques.

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

Ans.

Ques.

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

3

41

3 Bonus

42

43

1

44

2

45

Ans.

Ques.

Ans.

2 Bonus

46

47

3

1

1

48

2

2

49

3

2

50

2

CLASS-X [SAT]

Ques.

1

Ans. 4

Ques. 16

Ans. 3

2

2

17

3

3

3

18

3

4

4

19

1

5

3

20

1

6

2

21

4

7

2

22

4

8

1

23

3

9

1

24

3

10

3

25

1

11

1

26

4

12

4

27

2

13

3

28

1

14

1

29

2

15

2

30

4

Ques. 31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

Ans.

1,2

Bonus

Ques.

Ans.

Ques.

Ans.

Ques.

Ans.

Ques.

Ans.

46

3

61

2

76

3

91

1

47

2

62

3

77

3

92

2

48

1

63

2

78

3

93

3

49

2

64

1

79

3

94

4

50

4

65

2

80

4

95

2

51

3

66

1

81

4

96

2

52

3

67

2

82

3

97

4

53

2

68

1

83

Bonus

98

4

54

4

69

4

84

1

99

3

55

2

70

2

85

4

100

2

56

1

71

3

86

2

57

2

72

4

87

3

58

2

73

2

88

1

59

3

74

2

89

4

60

1

75

2

90

2

Page # 22

CLASS-X [SAT]

PHYSICS

1.

S1 S 2

S

Vavg = 1 S 2

v1 v 2

2.

3.

W = k =

40 40

40

40

=

80 40

80

80 160

1

km / h

=

= 1 =

3/ 2

3

2

1

1

mv 2 mu2

2

2

1

1

5 (10)2 5 (6)2

2

2

= 250 - 90

= 160 J

Ans. (3)

4.

5.

6.

1

A

As A decreases, P increases

Ans. (3)

3

=

= 1.5 m

2

2

Ans. (2)

7.

For a conductor

R L

1

A

& R increases with increase in temperature so Ans. (2)

8.

V

20

20 1

I = R 20 20 20 20 80 4 A.

eq

1

20

4

= 5 volt Ans. (1)

9.

10.

Ans. (3) As light ray is bending towards normal, so it is going from a rarer medium to denser medium.

Speed & wavelength of light will decrease & its frequency will remain unchanged.

Page # 23

11.

12.

91.

Ans. (1) Centre of curvature of a concave mirror lies in front of it whereas that of convex mirror lies

behind the mirror.

CHEMISTRY

Sol.13

Milk of magnesia is an example of sol, with dispersed phase solid and dispersion medium liquid.

Sol.14

so , 102 g Al2O3 contains = 2 mole Al3+ion

0.051g will contain =

2 0.051

102

Sol.15

Electronic configuration of

Cl = 2,8,7

No. of valence electrons = 7

Sol.16

e.g. 11H, 21H, 31H

No. of

neutrons = 0, 1, 2 respectively

Sol17.

Sol.18

While moving from left to right in a period, tendency of an atom to lose electrons decreases.

H

Sol.19

HCCOH

H O

Thus, acetic acid has 8 covalent bonds.

Sol. 20.

Calcium oxide (CaO) is an ionic compound , Thus , it has high melting point and is soluble in

water.

Sol.21

Sol.22

Pb(s) + CuCl2(aq.) PbCl2 (aq.) + Cu(s) is an example of single displacement reaction, where

more reactive Pb displaces less reactive Cu from its salt solution.

Sol.23

23

11 Na

4

27

+ 2 He 13 Al

Sol.92

Elements of group 2 form compounds of formulae XCl2 with chlorine. Thus, the element will belong to

the same group as Mg.

Sol.93

8g O2 has

6.02 1023

molecules

32

Page # 24

MATHEMATICS

36.

(22 + 42 + 62 + ......+242 )

= 22(12 + 22 + 32 + ....+ 122)

= 4(650)

= 2600

37.

xb

=

xa

x( a b )

b2 2ab a2 b2

b2 2ab

2

1/ 2

( a b )2

= x

( a b )2

x 2

38.

f(x) = 2x3 5x + k

(x + 2) is a factor of f(x)

f(2) = 0

2(2)3 5(2) + k = 0

16 + 10 + k = 0

k=6

39.

For No solution

a1

b1

c1

=

a2

b2

c2

3

p

7

=

p

3 15

p2 = 9 and 15 p 21

= p = 3 & P

7

5

p 3

40.

ABC tan 49 =

h

36

..(1)

ABD tan 41 =

h

49

h

49

multiply eq. (1) and (2)

cot49 =

tan 49 cot49 =

..(2)

h2

49 36

h2 = 49 36

h = 7 6 = 42

Page # 25

D

b

41.

x

A

a

B

ADC = 180 b

CBA = 180 a

In quad. ABCD

A + B + C + D = 360

180 a + 180 b + x + y = 360

x+y=a+b

42.

x = 360 80 = 280

y =

1

1

x =

280 = 140

2

2

43.

s=

The sides of

Let s be its

s=

Let

1

(a + b + c)

...(i)

2

the new triangle are 2a, 2b and 2c.

semi-perimeter.

1

(2a + 2b + 2c) = a + b + c = 2s [Using (i)]

2

= Area of given triangle

s( s a )( s b)( s c )

... (ii)

=

2s(2s 2a )(2s 2b )( 2s 2c )

16s(s a )( s b )(s c )

= 4

[Using (i)]

[Using (ii)]

1

=

'

4

44.

xy=5

x 2 y2 = 300

(x y) (x + y) = 300

5(x + y) = 300

x+y=

300

= 60

5

Page # 26

45.

ax2 + 2x 2 = 0

for real & distinct root

D>0

(2)2 4 (a) ( 2) > 0

4 + 8a > 0

2a + 1 > 0

2a > 1

a>

46.

1

2

a+b+c=0

(a b)2

(b c )2

(c a)2

+

+

ab

bc

ac

a + b = c, b + c = 1 & c + a = b

a+b=c,b+c=a&c+a=b

( c )2

( a)2

( b)2

+

+

ab

bc

ac

c2

a2

b2

+

+

ab

bc

ac

3abc

c 3 a3 b3

=

=3

abc

abc

Y

1

2

S

47.

P

1=2

3=4

As XY || PQ

RAS + SBT = 180

(sum of conterior angle is 180)

1 + 2 + 3 4 = 180

2 2 + 3 = 180

2 + 3 = 90

In AOB

2 + 3 + AOB = 180

90 + AOB = 180

AOB = 90

48.

cos

sin

1 tan

cot 1

cos

sin . tan

1 tan

1 tan

Page # 27

1

1

sin2

[cos sin.tan] =

[cos

]

1 tan

1 tan

cos

cos2 sin2

1

cos

1 tan

1

cos sin

cos

cos2 sin2

cos

= cos + sin

49.

no. of red ace card = 2

probability =

2

1

=

52

26

50.

tan20 tan40tan50tan70

tan20 tan40 tan (90 40)tan(90 20)

=1

51.

Tn + Tn1 = 60

a = 11

d=2

a + (n1) d + a + (n 2) d = 60

2a + nd d + nd 2d = 60

2a + 2nd 3d = 60

2 11 + 2 n 2 3 2 = 60

22 + 4n 6 = 60

4n = 66 22

4n = 44

N = 11

52.

ATP

2r 2r = 60

2r [ 1] = 60

2r 7 1 = 60

22

2r

15

= 60

7

R = 14

22

Area = r2 = 7 14 14 = 196

Page # 28

c

a

53.

H

b

B

L

LH = a2

BH = b2

LB = c2

Eq. (1) (2) (3)

(LBH)2 = (abc)2

V2 = (abc)2

V = abc

...(1)

...(2)

...(3)

2x

54.

A

3x

AOB = COD (V.O.A)

OAB = OCD (Alternate interior angle)

by AA, AOB ~ COD

ar AOB

ar COD

55.

AB 2

CD

(3 x ) 2

( 2x ) 2

9

4

(B)

59x74y

=7

6

25 + x + y = 42

x + y = 17

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