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Disclaimer: The following questions were reconstructed based on memory.

Instructions There are a total of 22 questions of varying length and marks1. Spa

ce has been provided for each question2. All answers are to be written down in t

he space provided with appropriate working. Time given for the exam is 2 hours.

1. Find mean height of the plants. Height (in cm) Number of plants

40 < x 50 5

50 < x 60 8

60 < x 70 7

2. Factorize: 4( x 2 - 9) - 4 x + 12 .

3. A box contains 2 black balls, 4 red balls and 6 green balls. First one ball i

s randomly taken out from the box and is kept out. After that a second ball is t

aken out. Find a) The probability that both the balls are red. b) The probabilit

y that at least one will be black. 4. In a co-ordinate plane, there are 2 points

A and B. A has co-ordinates (2,5) and B has co-ordinates (-6,-1). Through the m

id-point of AB, a line . l . perpendicular to AB is drawn. a) Find the equation

of the line. l . . b) A point C with co-ordinates (1, k ) lies on this line wher

e k is a real number. Find k . c) Find the ratio of AC/AB in the form of 1: n (1

/2) .

1 2

This sample paper however contains only 17 questions out of the 22 questions in

the real examination. Space has not been provided in this sample paper.

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2003 SIA Exam 5. Following is a cone of height 3 cm. It is split up into three r

egions A, B and C which are labeled in the figure. Find the ratio of the volume

of B and C.

A

1 cm

B

1 cm

C

1 cm

6. A slice is cut out from a cylinder of radius 18 cm and height. h . as shown i

n the figure. 18cm xo 8cm

a) If volume of sliced portion is equal to 72 , find angle x in degrees. b) Find

the surface area of this sliced ortion.

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three s orts: Swimming, Table

w the com osition of boys and

irls in the school are in the

Tennis and Badminton. The following ie charts sho

girls involved in these activities. The boys and g

ratio 3:2.

Swimming

Badminton

150o 90o

Table Tennis Badminton Swimming

90o

130o

Table Tennis

a) Find angle of sector of students artici ating in Table Tennis in the whole s

chool? b) If the total number of students in swimming is 228, then find the tota

l number of students in Badminton? 8. As shown in the figure, there is a rectang

le ABCD of dimensions 16 cm and 4cm. D C

4cm

A

16cm

B

A oint P is inside the rectangle such that PB<PC and angle PDA > angle PDC. a)

Find the region where P can lie and shade that in the above figure. b) Find the

area of that region.

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2003 SIA Exam 9. In the following figure, BC=8cm, CD=12cm, AB=10cm and angle BCA

is a right angle. CE is also er endicular to AB.

D

C

B

E

A

a) Find the value of CE. b) If area of triangle ACD is equal to 18cm2, find angl

e ACD. 10. Following is a circle with centre O. Straight line TAP is tangent to

the circle. Angle BOC is 58o and angle BCA is 41o.

C

a) Find angle CAD. b) Find angle CBA. c) Find angle ACO.

O

D

B

T

A

P

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2003 SIA Exam 11. Ron has two accounts A and B. A has $ x which is subjected to

6% Sim le Interest for four years. B has $ y which is subjected to 4% Sim le Int

erest for 5 years. If the sim le interest at the end of term of the accounts is

the same, then find the ratio of x : y . If the sum of Interest received after f

irst year is $324, find x and y . 12. Solve the following inequation for real va

lues of x . 1 - x < x - 3<5 - x 13. ABCDE is a entagon. Find the sum of all the

enclosed angles of the entagon. Do not use any formula without roving it firs

t. 14. See the figure and the details for the question.

A B

D

PCE = 25

P C

E

) Find elevtion of A from point P. b) Find length PB. 15. Solve the set of sim

ultneous equtions: 3 x - 4 y = -1; 8 x - 5 y = 20.

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2003 SIA Exm 16. In the following figure AP is prllel to QR. The line segment

s QS nd PQ re in the rtio 3:2.

A

R

P

Q

S

If the re of tringle QRS is equl to 30cm2, ) Find the re of tringle PAQ.

b) Find r QRS / r(trp ARQP) 17. There is squre of side 48 cm. From ech c

orner of the squre, nother squre of x cm is cut off s shown in the figure. T

he resultnt object is then folded to form n open ended try. x

x

48cm

) Find bse re nd volume in terms of x . There is no need for further simpli

fiction. b) If bse re of the try is equl to 1600cm2, find the vlue of x .

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