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RE-109'SP'

SEE 2073 (2017)

clgjfo{ ul0ft

lbOPsf lgb]{zgsf cfwf/df cfkm\g} z}nLdf l;h{gfTds pQ/ lbg'xf];\ .

;doM # 306f k"0ff{ª\s – !))

;a} k|Zgx¿sf] pQ/ lbg'xf];\ .

Answer all the questions.

;d"x ‘s’ (Group 'A') [9x(2+2)=36]

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!= -s_ dfg lgsfNg'xf];\ (Evaluate):

4 3 x 3 x 1

13 3 x

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-v_ ;/n ug'{xf];\ (Simplify ): y 3 z 1 z y 1

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@= -s_ xn ug'x{ f];\ (Solve) : x 25 x 5 ne

-v_ df]xgsf] pd]/ ;f]xgsf] pd]/sf] ltg u'0ff 5 . olb ltgLx?sf] pd]/sf] u'0fgkmn 192

jif{ 5 eg] ltgLx?sf] pd]/ kQf nufpg'xf];\ .

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**Mohan's age is thrice the age of Sohan. If the product of their ages is
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192 years, find their ages.

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**#= -s_ Pp6f lg/Gt/ >]0fLdf af/Daf/tfx?sf] of]ukmn f)= 3a2+2a / fm=15a2+10a
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5g\ . dWos (x ) kQf nufpg'xf];\ .

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**In a continuous series, the sum of the frequencies f)= 3a2+2a and
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fm=15a2+10a. Find the mean (x ) .

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**-v_ lbOPsf] ;+lrt af/Daf/tfsf] jqmaf6 t];f| ]
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(Number of Students)

ljBfyL{x?sf] ;ª\Vof

**rt'yf{+z >]0fL kQf nufpg'xf];\ .
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From the given cumulative

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**frequency curve, find the third
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quartile class.

k|fKtfª\s (Marks)

j|mdzM

RE-109'SP' (2)

$= -s_ 2 b]lv 30 ;Ddsf ;ª\Vofx? n]lvPsf] ;ª\Vof kQLx?af6 gx]/L Pp6f kQL y'Tbf 3g

;ª\Vof jf ¿9 ;ª\Vof ePsf] kQL kg]{ ;DefJotf slt x'G5 < kQf nufpg'xf];\ .

What is the probability of getting a card having cube number or a

prime number when a card is drawn randomly from a number cards

numbered from 2 to 30? Find it.

-v_ 5 cf]6f ;]tf / 4 cf]6f /ftf pq} / p:t} anx? ePsf] emf]nfaf6 gx]/L j|mdzM b'Oc{ f]6f

anx? lgsfNbf -k'gM g/fvL_ x'g] ;a} ;Defljt kl/0ffdx?sf ;DefJotfx?nfO{

j[If lrq agfO{ b]vfpg'xf];\ .

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Draw a tree diagram to show the probabilities of all the possible

outcomes while drawing two balls randomly in succession (without

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replacement) from a bag containing 5 white and 4 red balls of same

shape and size.

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pa

%= -s_ lbOPsf] lrqdf QR = 8 ;]=dL, PR = 6 ;]=dL= /

PRQ = 60O eP PQR sf] If]qkmn lgsfNg'xf];\ .

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In the given figure, QR = 8 cm, PR = 6 cm, and

PRQ = 60O. Find the area of PQR.

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**-v_ lbOPsf] lk|Hddf ABC = 90O, AB = 8 ;]=dL= / AC = 10
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**;]=dL= 5g\ . olb lk|Hdsf] cfotg 480 3g ;]=dL= 5 eg] ;f]
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lk|Hdsf] prfO{ kQf nufpg'xf];\ .

pa

**In the given prism, ABC = 90O, AB = 8 cm and
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AC = 10 cm. If the volume of the prism is 480 cubic

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**cm, find the height of the prism.
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^= -s_ Pp6f cw{uf]nfsf] k'/f ;txsf] If]qkmn 4158 ju{ ;]=dL= 5 eg] o;sf] cfwf/sf]

kl/lw lgsfNg'xf];\ .

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**The total surface area of a hemisphere is 4158 sq. cm. Find the
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circumference of its base.

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**-v_ lbOPsf] ;f]nLsf] cfwf/sf] If]qkmn 154 ju{ ;]=dL= /
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AB = 10 ;]=dL= eP pSt ;f]nLsf] jj|m ;txsf] If]qkmn kQf

nufpg'xf];\ .

If the base area of the given cone is 154 sq. cm

and AB = 10 cm, find its curved surface area.

j|mdzM

(3) RE-109'SP'

&= -s_ Pp6f k;n]n] 40 cf]6f lstfax? ?= 1870 df laj|mL ub{5 . olb p;nfO{ 15% gf]S;fg

eP5 eg] Pp6f lstfasf] j|mo d"No kQf nufpg'xf];\ .

A shopkeeper sells 40 books for Rs.1870. If he makes a loss of 15%,

find the cost price of a book.

-v_ ?=6000 kg]{ Pp6f df]afOnsf] d"Nodf 2 jif{;Ddsf] k|ltjif{ 30% sf] b/n] d"No x|f;s§f

x'G5 eg] x|f;s§f /sd slt xf]nf < kQf nufpg'xf];\ .

A mobile costing Rs.6000 is depreciated in 2 years at the rate of 30%

per annum. What is the amount of depreciation? Find it.

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*= -s_ lbOPsf] lrqdf AB||PQ / AD||BE 5g\ . olb

ABC sf] If]qkmn 18 ju{ ;]=dL=eg] ADC /

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BCE sf] ;+o'Qm If]qkmn lgsfNg'xf];\ .

In the given figure, AB||PQ and AD||BE.

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pa

If the area of ABC is 18 sq.cm, find the

combined area of the ADC and BCE.

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-v_ lbOPsf] lrqdf O j[Qsf] s]Gb|laGb' / QS Pp6f Jof; xf] . olb

PSQ =60O eP PRS sf] gfk kQf nufpg'xf];\ .

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**In the given figure, O is the centre of circle and
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QS is a diameter. If PSQ=60O, find the size of

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PRS.

(= -s_ lbOPsf] lrqdf O j[Qsf] s]Gb|laGb' / WXYZ Pp6f

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rj| m Lo rt' e ' { h xf] . olb ZAY=45 O,

ZYA = 60O eP clws sf]0f WOY sf] gfk

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kQf nufpg'xf];\ .

In the given figure, O is the centre of the

circle and WXYZ is a cyclic quadrilateral. If

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** ZAY=45 O and ZYA=60 O, find the
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measure of obtuse WOY.

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**-v_ lbOPsf] lrqdf RT j[Qsf] :kz{/v
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] f / R :kz{ laGb' xf] . olb

QRT=70 / PRT=30 eP RPQ sf] gfk kQf

O O

nufpg'xf];\ .

In the given figure, RT is a tangent of a circle and

R is the point of contact. If

QRT = 70O and PRT=30O, find the measure

of RPQ.

j|mdzM

RE-109'SP' (4)

;d"x ‘v’ (Group 'B') (16x4=64)

!)= 58 hgf dflg;sf] ;d"xdf 17 hgfn] km'6an dfq v]N5g\ / 28 hgfn] elnan dfq

v]N5g\ . olb 8 hgfn] b'j} v]ndWo] s'g} klg v]n v]Nb}gg\ eg]

In a group of 58 people, 17 play football only and 28 play volleyball only. If

8 play neither of the two games, then

-i_ dflysf] tYonfO{ e]g lrqdf k|:t't ug'{xf];\ .

Represent above information in a Venn-diagram.

-ii_ km'6an v]Ng] dflg;x? / elnan v]Ng] dflg;x?sf] cg'kft lgsfNg'xf];\ .

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Find the ratio of the people who play football to the people who play

volleyball.

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!!= d=;= lgsfNg'xf];\ (Find the H.C.F of) :

x3 + y3 , x4 + x2y2 + y4, x3 - x2y+xy2

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pa

!@= ;/n ug'x{ f];\ (Simplify):

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2 2 2 2 2 2

y p

y

q p pq q

q

y y

r q qr r

r

y y

p r pr p

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4m 3 2m 1 1

!#= ;/n ug'x{ f];\ (Simplify) :

pe

4 4

2 2

m n m n mn nm

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**!$= b'O{ cª\ssf] ;ª\Vofdf bzd :yfgsf] cª\s / PsfO :yfgsf] cª\ssf] cg'kft 3:1 5 . olb
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;ª\Vofsf] cª\sx?sf] of]ukmnsf] ltg u'0ffdf 3 hf]8b\ f ljk/Lt ;ª\Vof aGb5 eg] ;f] ;ª\Vof

am

kQf nufpg'xf];\ .

In a number of two digits, the ratio of digit in tenth place and the digit in

unit place is 3:1. If 3 is added to the three times of the sum of the digits,

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**then the opposite number is formed. Find the number.
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!%= olb lbOPsf] tYofª\ssf] klxnf] rt'yf{+z (Q1) 6 eP a sf] dfg kQf nufpg'xf];\ .

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**If the first quartile of the given data is 6, find the value of a.
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k|fKtfª\s

(Mark Obtaited) 0-4 8-12 12-16 4-8 16-20 20-24

ljBfyfL{ ;ª\Vof

(No. of Students) 3 2 5 6 a 3

j|mdzM

(5) RE-109'SP'

!^= 16 kmL6 cUnf] ?vsf] 5fofsf] nDafO 16 3 kmL6 ePsf] ;dodf 20 3 kmL6 cUnf] ?vsf]

5fofsf] nDafO kQf nufpg'xf];\ .

When the length of shadow of a tree 16 ft high is 16 3 ft., Find the length

of the shadow of a tree of height 20 3 ft.

!&= lbOPsf] ;+o'Qm 7f]; j:t'sf] k"/f ;txsf]

If]qkmn lgsfNg'xf];\ .

om

Calculate the total surface area

of the given combined solid.

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!*= lbOPsf] lrq Pp6f juf{sf/ cfwf/ ePsf] lk/fld8 xf] .

lk/fld8sf] cfwf/ e'hf 16 ;]=dL= / 58\s] prfO 10 ;]=dL=

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pa

5 . ;f] lk/fld8sf] cfotg lgsfNg'xf];\ .

Given figure is a square based pyramid. The

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length of the side of the base is 16 cm and the

slant height of pyramid is 10 cm. Find the volume

of the pyramid.

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**!(= P / R n] s'g} sfd j|mdzM 30 lbg / 20 lbgdf ug{ ;S5g\ . b'j} ldn]/ sfd u/]sf] s]xL
**

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**lbgkl5 R n] sfd 5f]8\of] . olb af“sL sfd P n] 15 lbgdf k'/f u¥of] eg] R n] slt lbg;Dd
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;“u} sfd u/]/ 5f]8]sf] lyof] < kQf nufpg'xf];\ .

pa

**P and R can do a piece of work in 30 and 20 days respectively. After they
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worked together for some days R left the work. If P completed the

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**remaining work in 15 days, how long had R worked together? Find it.
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@)= Pp6f ;fdfgsf] clª\st d"No ?= 2000 df 15% 5'6 lbPkl5 Eof6 /sd (VAT) hf]8\bf

;f] ;fdfgsf] d"No ?=1921 x'G5 eg] VAT sf] b/ kQf nufpg'xf];\ .

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**The marked price of an article is Rs.2000. The price of the article
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becomes Rs.1921 after 15% discount and adding VAT amount. Find

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**the rate of VAT.
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@!= s'g} /sdsf] 2 jif{df x'g] ;fwf/0f Aofh ldl>t AofheGbf ?= 90 n] sd x'g cfp“5 . olb

jflif{s Aofhb/ 15% sfod ul/Psf] lyof] eg] d"nwg kQf nufpg'xf];\ .

The simple interest of a certain sum of money in 2 years is Rs. 90 less

than its compound interest. If the rate of interest is 15% per annum,

find the sum of money. j|mdzM

RE-109'SP' (6)

@@= olb s]Gb|laGb' C ePsf] j[Qdf DEFG Pp6f rj|mLo rt'e'{h eP k|dfl0ft ug'{xf];\ M

EDG+EFG = 180O

If DEFG is a cyclic quadrilateral in the circle having centre C, then prove

that:

EDG+EFG = 180O

@#= lbOPsf] lrqdf PQ||ON, PO||MN / OM||NQ 5g\ eg]

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k|dfl0ft ug'x{ f];\ M

MPO sf] If]qkmn = MQN sf] If]qkmn

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In the given figure, PQ||ON, PO||MN and

OM||NQ. Prove that :

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Area of MPO = Area of MQN ne

@$= j[Q PQR sf] Pp6} rfk QR df cfwfl/t s]Gb|Lo sf]0f QOR kl/lw sf]0f QPR sf] bf]Aa/

x'G5 egL k|of]uåf/f k/LIf0f ug'{xf];\ . -sDtLdf 3 ;]=dL= cw{Jof; ePsf b'O{cf]6f j[Qx?

rs

cfjZos 5g\ ._

Verify experimentally that the angle QOR at the centre of a circle PQR is

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**twice the angle QPR at the circumference standing on the same arc QR.
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(Two circles of radii not less than 3 cm are necessary)

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@%= PQ = 6 ;]=dL=, QR = 5.4 ;]=dL=, RS = 5.2 ;]=dL=, SP = 6.1 ;]=dL= / PR =5.8 ;]=dL=

gfk ePsf] rt'e{h' PQRS sf] /rgf ug'{xf];\ / pSt rt'e{h' ;“u a/fa/ If]qkmn x'g] Pp6f

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**lqe'hsf] /rgf ug'{xf];\ .
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Construct a quadrilateral PQRS in which PQ = 6 cm, QR = 5.4 cm,

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**RS = 5.2 cm, SP = 6.1 cm and PR = 5.8 cm. Construct a triangle of
**

equal area with quadrilateral PQRS.

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