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1. Number Systems

Important Terms, Definitions and Results

p

cannot be written in the form

, where p and

q

q are integers and q 0.

the collection of real numbers.

terminating or non-terminating repeating. Moreover,

a number whose decimal expansion is terminating

or non-terminating repeating, is rational.

non terminating non repeating. Moreover, a number

whose decimal expansion is non terminating nonrepeating, is irrational.

an irrational number is irrational.

number with an irrational number is irrational.

( a + b) ( a b) = a b

(iv) ( a + b ) ( a b ) = a b

(iii)

(v)

a+ b

= a + 2 ab + b

term with a square root (or a number under a radical

sign), the process of converting it to an equivalent

expression whose denominator is a rational number

is called rationalising the denominator.

1

To rationalise the denominator of

, we

a +b

a b

multiply this by

, where a and b are

a b

integers.

l Let a > 0 be a real number and p and q be rational

numbers. Then

(a) ap. aq = ap + q

(c)

ap

aq

(b) (ap)q = ap q

= ap q

(d) ap bp = (ab)p

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT

YA

TH

ER

identities hold :

a

a

=

(i) ab = a b

(ii)

b

b

point on the number line. Also, every point on

the number line represents a unique real number.

any two given rational numbers.

the result may be rational or irrational.

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p

written in the form , where p and q are integers

q

and q 0.

PR

[1 Mark]

A. Important Questions

(b) 1.41421

be :

(b) an integer

(a) terminating

(b) non-terminating

) (8 3 2 )

5. The product 8 + 3 2

(a) a rational number

2 is :

1

is :

17. If

is equal to :

1

1

1

(b)

(c)

(d)

7

49

7

7. An irrational number between 0.3101 and

0.333 ... is :

(a) 7

(a) 0.32010010001.....

(b) 0.1010010001...

(c) 0.34

(d) 0.3

a b is :

(a) rational

9.

10.

a+ b

(b) nx

(c)

(a)

(d)

1

xn

10 15 is equal to :

(a) 6 5 (b) 5 6

(c) 25 (d) 10 5

11. The sum of two irrational numbers is :

(a)

(c)

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5 2

(b) 2 5 2

5 2

(d) 5 + 2

(a) 13

7

,

22. After rationalising the denominator of

3

3

2 2

we get the denominator as :

(a) 7 5 5

(c)

numbers

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(d) 157.254

16 + 7

13. Between two rational numbers :

(b) 12

(c) 7

(d) 81

3

15. The product of two irrational numbers is :

(a)

8 + 12

(b) 2

3

(d) 35

is equal to :

(c) 4

(d) 8

2 4 2 12 32 equals :

(b) 2

(c) 12 2

(d)

12

32

6

, we get :

16. On simplifying

3 22 3

(a) 3 3 + 2 2

32 + 48

(c) 5

x a b xb c

25. On simplifying

, we get :

xc a

(a) 0

(b) 1

(c) x

(d) x 2( a c )

1

26.

is equal to :

9 8

1

1

3 2 2

(a)

(b)

3+ 2 2

2

4

9

(a)

(a)

(b) 19

5 2

5+ 5

is :

5 5

(a) a whole number

(b) a rational number

(c) an irrational number

(d) none of these

(b)

7 2

3

(b)

(c)

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7 2

7+2

3

7+2

(d) 7 + 2

5

45

20. The simplest rationalising factor of

is :

x is represented as :

(a) xn

2 1 is equal to :

2 +1

18. The value of 1.999... in the form p , where p and

q

q are integers and q 0, is :

19

1999

1

(a)

(b)

(c) 2

(d)

10

1000

9

19. The number obtained on rationalising the

1

denominator of

is :

(b) irrational

1

nx

2 = 1.4142, then

(d) 2 3

(c) 3 2

PR

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(c) 3 2 2

(d) 3 + 2 2

(b) 3 2 + 2 3

2

(a)

154

99

(b)

155

90

(c)

153

90

p

, gives :

q

(d)

153

99

(81) 2 is :

1

1

1

(b)

(c) 9

(d)

9

3

81

29. The value of (256)0.16 (256)0.09 is :

(a)

(a) 4

(b) 16

(c) 64

(d) 256.25

(a)

(c)

12

x7

5

x7

(b) 12

2

3 3

( x)

(d)

1

4 3

x

( )

12

x7

7

12

x

decimal representation ?

(c)

23

40

(d)

(b)

25

33

(c)

8

9

(d)

1 3

36. If x = 0.125, then the value of is :

x

(a) 0

(b) 1

(c) 2

(d) 3

2

(b)

35

3

4

101

150

SH

1

(a)

15

72

99

1

2

33. Three rational numbers between

and

are :

3

3

5 6 7

5 6 7

, ,

(a)

(b) , ,

3 3 3

12 12 12

12 12 12

, ,

(c)

(d) none of these

5 6 7

34. The value of x a b xb c x c a is :

(a) 0

(b) 1

(c) 2

(d) x

1

35. If x = 2 3 , then the value of x2 + 2 is :

x

(a) 10

(b) 12

(c) 14

(d) 4

(a)

2. The value of

(a) 2

(d) 0.4014001400014...

4 3

is equal to :

(b) 2 6

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(d) 26

(c) 2 6

TH

[T-I (2010)]

5

(b) p

4. p is :

[T-I (2010)]

(b) an integer

YA

5. The value of 7 2 8 2 is :

(a) 28 2

(b) 56 2

(d) terminating

7. The value of

(a)

1

8

(b)

(64) 2 is :

1

2

(c) 8

6 30

(c)

5

(a) 5 2 (b)

representation is :

[T-I (2010)]

(d)

1

1

(c) 50

(a)

7

10

(b)

(a) 1

(b) 0

(c) 2

(d)

50

[T-I (2010)]

(d)

7

11

[T-I (2010)]

(d) 1

54

is :

[T-I (2010)]

250

2

9

3

27

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d) 3

5

25

5

125

13. 2 3 2 + 3 when simplified is :

[T-I (2010)]

(a) positive and irrational

(b) positive and rational

(c) negative and irrational

(d) negative and rational

12.

[T-I (2010)]

(d)

5 30

(b)

6

7

7

(c)

9

99

3

3

11. The value of 216 125 is :

(a) non-terminating

1

5

(d) 42 2

5 6

(a)

6

[T-I (2010)]

(c) 14 2

[T-I (2010)]

( 5 ) 1 5 6

6

9. The simplest rationalisation factor of 50 is :

[T-I (2010)]

(a)

1 6

5 5

?

6

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(c) 0.1416

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(a) 0.14

(b) 0.1416

number ?

[T-I (2010)]

1

64

3

)(

2

5

and

14. Two rational numbers between

are :

3

3

[T-I (2010)]

1

2

1

2

(a) and

(b) and

6

6

2

1

5

7

2

4

(c) and

(d) and

6

6

3

3

(c)

15. 5 + 8 + 3 2

when simplified

(a) 2 3

(b) 2

[T-I (2010)]

(c) 4

(d) 4 2 3

(c) 0.750750075000...

(b) 4

(a) 13

15

5

3

(b) 13

[T-I (2010)]

(d) 0

15

(c) 13

(d) 13

15

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(a) 2

27. I f

(b) 5

(b) 6 2 3 3

(c) 6 2 8 3

(d) 6 2 + 8 3

3 2

(a) 0.318

(c)

(a) 7 2 2 3

number ?

[T-I (2010)]

)(

(b) 3 3 3 + 3

16 4

YA

(a)

(c) 8

)(

(a) 4

(b) 4

(c) 11

(d) 7

26. The sum of the digits of a number is subtracted

from the number, the resulting number is always

divisible by :

[T-I (2010)]

[T-I (2010)]

(b) irrational

(c) 0

(d) real

25. Which of the following is the value of

11 7

11 + 7 ?

[T-I (2010)]

4 16 is :

(c) 1

(a) rational

(d) 9

the value of

[T-I (2010)]

is :

1

3.146

(b) 3.146

(d) 1.732 1.414

[T-I (2010)]

13

ER

18. Simplify :

13

(b) 6

(d) 0.7512

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(a) 16

24. If

(a) 0.75

2 and 3 is:

[T-I (2010)]

5

7

and

is :

7

9

[T-I (2010)]

2+ 3

(a)

(b) 6

2

(c) 1.6

(d) 1.9

SH

is :

(a) positive and irrational

(b) negative and irrational

(c) positive and rational

(d) negative and rational

2 6

) (

(d) 25

21. When 15 15 is divided by 3 3 , the quotient is :

[T-I (2010)]

(a) 5 3 (b) 3 5

(c) 5 5 (d) 3 3

1

x

[T-I (2010)]

PR

) (

5 +3

[2 Marks]

A. Important Questions

product both are rationals? Justify.

5+ 3.

an irrational number.

7. Give an example each, of two irrational numbers,

whose :

(i) difference is a rational number

(ii) difference is an irrational number

There is a number x such that x2 is irrational

but x4 is rational. Support your answer with an

example.

3. Find two rational and two irrational numbers

between 0.15 and 0.16.

p

4. Express 0.53 in the form of

, where p, q Z,

q

q 0.

whose :

4

following :

(i) 2 + 3

(ii) 3 + 4

3+ 2

(i)

(ii) 98

(iii)

63

(iv) 2 + 1

p

,

q

where q 0.

[T-I (2010)]

1

4

2. Find 4 rational numbers between and .

3

5

[T-I (2010)]

13

15

16. Simplify :

9 1 4

7. Simplify :

1

6

1

33

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PR

9 3 27 2

[T-I (2010)]

ER

3

=

4

2x

[T-I (2010)]

81

22. Simplify :

16

TH

3 4

4 3

respectively. Is x + y necessarily an irrational

number ? Give an example in support of your

answer.

[T-I (2010)]

3

81 8 3 216 + 15 5 32 + 225.

[T-I (2010)]

3

3

81 4 25 2

9. Simplify

[T-I (2010)]

16

9

YA

1

1 3 4

10. Simplify : 5 8 3 + 27 3

[T-I (2010)]

number. Is ab necessarily an irrational ? Justify

your answer with an example.

[T-I (2010)]

p

12. Find two rational numbers in the form

between

q

0.343443444344443... and 0.363663666366663...

[T-I (2010)]

4 3 2

13. Simplify

x and express the result in the

exponential form of x.

[T-I (2010)]

14. Find four rational numbers between 3 and 5 .

7

7

[T-I (2010)]

15. I f x = 3 + 2 2 , t h e n f i n d t h e v a l u e o f

1

.

x

3

4

3

25 3 2

5

2

9

[T-I (2010)]

number line.

[T-I (2010)]

3

5

and .

24. Find three rational numbers between

7

11

How many rational numbers can be determined

lying between these numbers ?

[T-I (2010)]

1

1

+

25. Find the simplified value of

.

5 2 3 5+ 2 3

[T-I (2010)]

c

x a (b c ) x b

26. Show that b ( a c ) a = 1.

[T-I (2010)]

x

x

3

1

x

[T-I (2010)]

2

.

28. Rationalise the denominator of

5+ 3

[T-I (2010)]

2

29. Express

with rational denominator.

11 + 7

[T-I (2010)]

8. Simplify

3

in decimal form and say what kind of

13

decimal expansion it has.

[T-I (2010)]

1

19. If x = 3 + 2 2, check whether x +

is rational

x

or irrational.

[T-I (2010)]

5

20. Express

with rational denominator.

7 2

[T-I (2010)]

1

1

and .

21. Find three rational numbers between

3

2

How many rational numbers can be determined

between these two numbers ?

[T-I (2010)]

18. Write

[T-I (2010)]

p

17. Express 1.323 in the form , where p and q are

q

integers q 0.

[T-I (2010)]

[T-I (2010)]

4. Represent

[T-I (2010)]

(3 7 )

is an irrational number.

[T-I (2010)]

[3 Marks]

A. Important Questions

1. Locate

p

2. Express 0.123 in the form

, where p, q Z,

q

q 0.

.

23 5

1

10. If a = 2 + 3 , then find the value of a .

a

4

12

6

3

8

32

11. Simplify :

4 5 5

3. Simplify : 3 5 5 2 4 5 + 3 2

4. Find the value of a in the following :

6

=3 2 a 3 .

3 2 2 3

5. Find which of the variables x, y and z represent

rational numbers and which irrational numbers.

1

1 3

12. Simplify : 5 8 3 + 27 3

13. If a = 9 + 4 5, find

8. Express

SH

4+ 5 4 5

+

4 5 4+ 5

y2

7+ 5 7 5

7

= x+

5y .

11

7 5 7+ 5

PR

x2 + y 2 + x

3 +1

3 1

7. If a + b 3 =

17

(i) x2 = 5 (ii) y2 = 0.04 (iii) z 2 =

4

6. Represent 5.6 on the number line.

)(

2+3 5

( 216)

2

3

( 256)

3

4

[T-I (2010)]

3

1

2. If a = 1 2 , find a

[T-I (2010)]

a

2

5

+

= 3 + b 5 , find a and b.

3. If

3+ 5

3 5

[T-I (2010)]

[T-I (2010)]

5. Locate

[T-I (2010)]

7+4 3

and b.

7. Simplify :

8. If x =

3

2

+

.

denominators :

4 5 3 4 5+ 3

[T-I (2010)]

2 5

= a + b 10 , find the values of a and

15. If

2+ 5

b.

[T-I (2010)]

YA

5+ 2 3

4. Locate

6. If

3 1

3 2

6 3

and y =

[T-I (2010)]

4 3

6+ 2

3+ 2 2

3 1

3 +1

3+ 7

3 7

= a + b 7 , find

3 7 3+ 7

a and b.

3+ 7

17. If a =

, then find the value

2

3 5

=a

18. Find the value of a, if

3+ 2 5

16. If

[T-I (2010)]

3 +1

32 2

of x + y.

[T-I (2010)]

9. Simplify the following by rationalising the

64 3

.

denominator :

[T-I (2010)]

6+4 3

p

10. Express 3.425 in the form

, where p and q are

q

integers, q 0.

[T-I (2010)]

11. If

1

12. If x = 1 2, find value of x .

x

[T-I (2010)]

3 5

3+ 5

and b =

, find a 2 b 2 .

13. If a =

3+ 5

3 5

[T-I (2010)]

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the values of

[T-I (2010)]

1

.

a2

[T-I (2010)]

19

5

11

[T-I (2010)]

of a 2 +

denominators.

[T-I (2010)]

5 1

5 +1

+

5 +1

5 1

[T-I (2010)]

6

4

3

+

.

[T-I (2010)]

3 3+2 2 3 32 2

5+ 3

21. If

b.

5 3

3 +1

of x + y.

[T-I (2010)]

[T-I (2010)]

3

1

x

[T-I (2010)]

1

x

[T-I (2010)]

5 2

5+ 2

and y =

25. If x =

, find the value

5+ 2

5 2

[T-I (2010)]

of x 2 + xy + y 2 .

27. If

2+ 3

2 3

1

2+ 3

[T-I (2010)]

= 1 + 3.

[T-I (2010)]

1

2

1

.

denominators

6+ 5

5+ 7

7+ 6

[T-I (2010)]

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denominator.

[T-I (2010)]

1

5 + 6 11

1

.

x

[T-I (2010)]

6+ 3

1+ 2

2 3

4 3

.

6+ 2

[T-I (2010)]

3 2

2+ 3

magnitude.

[T-I (2010)]

PR

2+ 3

and y =

3 1

36. If x =

26. Simplify :

1

.

a2

[T-I (2010)]

2

35. If a = 3 + 2 2, then find the value of a

2 3 2+ 3

a and b.

[T-I (2010)]

28. Simplify the following by rationalising the

denominators.

[T-I (2010)]

2

1

3

+

5+ 3

2+ 3

5+ 2

3

29. Express

with rational denominator.

3 2+ 5

[T-I (2010)]

1

x

[T-I (2010)]

3+ 2

3 2

and y =

, then find the

31. If x =

3 2

3+ 2

[T-I (2010)]

value of x 2 + y 2 10 xy.

32. Find the square root of 4.2 geometrically.

[T-I (2010)]

3+ 2

= a + b 6 , then find the values of a

33. If

3 2

[T-I (2010)]

and b.

1

34. If x = 13 2 3, find the value of x + .

x

[T-I (2010)]

3, 3 2 , 3 4

42. Find the square root of 4.5 geometrically.

[T-I (2010)]

1

43. Express

with rational denominator.

1+ 2 3

[T-I (2010)]

ER

44. Simplify

6 8 + 3

TH

27 6 .

[T-I (2010)]

1+ 2

1 2

+

.

45. Simplify :

[T-I (2010)]

5+ 3

5 3

46. If a = 2, b = 3, then find the values of the

following :

[T-I (2010)]

(a) ab + b a

(b) a a + bb

YA

x.

[T-I (2010)]

1

1

+

= 1. [T-I (2010)]

48. Prove that

1 + x a b 1 + xb a

p

49. Express 2.025 in the form of , where p and q

q

are integers and q 0.

[T-I (2010)]

50. Prove that

1

2+ 3

2

5 3

= 0.

2 5

[T-I (2010)]

[4 Marks]

A. Important Questions

1

2. If a = 5 + 2 6 and b = , then find the value of

a

2

2

a +b.

p

1. Express 0.6 + 0.7 + 0.47 in the form

, where

q

p, q Z , q 0.

7

2

3. If x = 9 4 5 , find the value of x +

4. If x =

3+ 2

3 2

of x2 + y2.

3 2

and y =

3+ 2

1

x

1

denominator :

5 2 7

7. Simplify : 256 4 2 .

( )

1

1

1

1

+

+

+ .......

1+ 2

2+ 3

3+ 4

8+ 9 .

8. Evaluate : ( 27 )

( 27)

2

1

27 3 27 3 .

1. Simplify :

7+ 8

.

a

[T-I (2010)]

[T-I (2010)]

2 6

2+ 3

6 2

6+ 3

8 3

.

6+ 2

[T-I (2010)]

5. Represent

2. Simplify

6+ 7

SH

[T-I (2010)]

1

1

2 + 5 + 5 + 6 +

7+3 5 73 5

= a + 5b

3+ 5

3 5

PR

Formative assessment

Activity

TH

ER

Materials Required : White sheets of paper, pencils, geometry box, etc.

Procedure :

1. On a white sheet of paper, draw OA = 1 unit.

Figure-1

2. At A, draw AA1 such that OAA1 = 90 and AA1 = 1 unit. Join OA1.

3. At A1, draw A1A2 such that OA1A2 = 90 and A1A2 = 1 unit. Join OA2.

Figure-2

YA

Figure-3

Join OA3.

Figure-4

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Figure-5

YA

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ER

PR

Observations :

1. In figure 2, OAA1 is a right triangle, right angled at A.

Also, OA = 1 unit = AA1

OA21 = OA2 + AA21 [Pythagoras theorem]

OA1 = 1 + 1 = 2 units.

2. In figure 3, OA1A2 is a right triangle, right angled at A1.

Also, OA1 = 2 units and A1A2 = 1 unit

OA22 = OA21 + A1A22 [Pythagoras theorem]

OA2 = 2 + 1 = 3 units.

3. In figure 4, OA2A3 is a right triangle, right angled at A2.

Also, OA2 = 3 units and A2A3 = 1 unit.

OA23 = OA22 + A2A23 [Pythagoras theorem]

OA3 = 3 + 1 = 4 = 2 units.

4. Similarly, we can observe that

OA4 = 5 units, OA5 = 6 units, OA6 = 7 units, OA7 = 8 units,

OA8 = 9 units, OA9 = 10 units, OA10 = 11 units, OA11 = 12 units,

OA12 = 13 units, OA13 = 14 units, OA14 = 15 units, and so on.

Pattern Analysis

Continue the series by drawing the fourth, fifth and sixth

diagrams in the sequence. Each new diagram is obtained

by drawing squares all around the outside of the previous

diagram. For each diagram count the number of squares

it contains.

Using the results of the first six diagrams, can you predict the number of squares in the seventh diagram?

First guess and then see whether your guessing was correct.

Can you predict the number of squares in the eighth diagram?

9

Can you predict the number of squares in (i) the 12th diagram?

(ii) the 20th diagram?

Try to find a rule which will enable you to predict the number of squares for any member of the

sequence of diagrams.

The Chinese Triangle

SH

the form of a triangle of numbers. You have to find how the

numbers in each row are made by adding the numbers in each

row above.

After knowing the rule, you can write as much number lines in

the triangle as you want. Make a copy of this triangle having

20 rows and fill in the numbers. Shade in all the odd numbers

in one colour. Do you notice any pattern?

Check what other patterns you can obtain in the triangle by

using a colour to shade in numbers that are multiples of 3 or

multiples of 4 or multiples of other numbers.

ER

PR

Here we have a cross number puzzle with a difference. There are no clues, only answers, and it is your

task to find where the answers go.

1. Copy out the cross number pattern.

2. Fit all the given numbers into the correct spaces.

Tick off the numbers from the lists as you write them in the square.

YA

TH

2 digits

26

41

19

71

63

76

3 digits

215

427

106

872

725

385

156

263

234

180

4 digits

5841

9217

9131

1624

1506

4214

5216

4734

2007

2637

5 digits

21862

83642

21362

57320

6 digits

134953

727542

Do you know on which day of the week you were born? Perhaps you might have forgotten it. Dont

worry, here is a method to discover your birthday.

Method

1. Let y be the year you were born.

2. Let d be the sum of all days of the year you were born from Ist January to the date of your

birthday.

y 1

and neglect the remainder (if any)

4

3. Find x =

4. Find s = y + d + x.

10

5. Find

6.

s

and note the remainder.

7

Remainder

Birthday

The remainder obtained in step 5, can be matched with the table above to get the correct

birthday.

Illustration : Let us find the birthday of the person who was born on 24th October 2004.

Here y = 2004

To find d, we add all the days from 1st January to 24th October.

January

31

February

29

March

31

April

30

May

31

June

30

July

31

August

31

September

30

October

24

d

Now, x =

= 298

2004 1 2003

=

= 500 (Neglect the remainder 3)

4

4

ER

PR

SH

Finally

2802

gives remainder 2. From the table, remainder 2 suggests that the person was born

7

TH

on Sunday.

Investigative Project

in the number of ancestors for five

generations back. Do not fill in

names.

2. Giving your answers as a power of 2 and as a number in standard form, how many ancestors

does this table suggest you have

(i) five generations back? (ii) six generations back? (iii) ten generations back?

YA

parents has two biological parents.

3. If we assume that each generation spans 25 years, how many generations are needed to go back

1000 years?

4. Find the number of ancestors the table suggests that you would expect to have 6000 years back.

Give your answer as a power of 2 and as a number in standard form. What other assumptions

are made to get this answer?

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