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Which bank is conferred with SKOCH Award...


18. RBI allowed a one-time restructuring of of BoB e) All the above (as per news)
Banking Knowledge/ Financial Awareness existing debt up to Rs ____ crore for the 25. HDFC Mutual Fund has pipped ICICI
companies which have defaulted on Prudential MF to become the country's
1. Axis Bank announced its Managing 11. Separate High Court for Andhra payment but the loans given to them largest asset management company
Director and CEO Shikha Sharma has Pradesh to start functioning from 1 st have continued to be classified as stan- after a gap of over two years. Who is
retired from the post. Who is be the Jan. Ministry of Law & Justice notified dard assets. the Managing Director of HDFC MF?
new Managing Director and CEO of the the constitution of the High Court in a) 25 b) 50 c) 75 d) 60 e) None of these a) Milind Barve b) Siddharth Tiwari
bank with effect from January 1, 2019? Amaravati. Andhra Pradesh High 19. RBI released the 18th issue of the c) Jalaj Srivastava d) A .B. Pandey
a) Arunthathi Bhattacharya Court will be the ______ High Court Financial Stability Report(FSR). Which e) None of these
b) Amitabh Chaudhry (as per news). of the following is correct about FSR? 26. Syndicate Bank and SBI Life Insurance
c) Ashok Kumar Gupta d) S.K.Mishra a) 15th b) 25th c) 10th d) 8th e) 18th a) The FSR reflects the collective assess- signed a bancassurance pact aiming to
e) None of these 12. Andhra Pradesh is building a world- ment of the Sub-Committee of the offer a comprehensive financial plan-
2. Which bank is conferred with SKOCH class & India's first '______ City' with- Financial Stability and Development ning solution to its customers. Who is
Award in Banking & Finance(B&F) in its new capital Amaravati with the Council (FSDC) on risks to financial sta- the CEO of SBI Life?
'Silver Category'? vision to provide a state-of-theart bility, as also the resilience of the financial a) Siddharth Tiwari b) Sanjeev Nautiyal
a) J&K Bank b) Uttar Pradesh c) Bihar ecosystem built on latest technology system. India's financial system remains c) Binny Bansal d) Sourav Kothari
d) West Bengal e) None of these a) Justice b) Liberty c) Equality stable, and the banking sector shows signs e) None of these
3. India & ADB signed a 105 million dol- d) Fraternity e) None of these 27. SEBI allowed custodial services in the
lar loan agreement to continue financ- commodity________ market. The move
ing the transmission system upgrades in
Himachal Pradesh for increased supply
BANK PO/ CLERKS EXAM SPECIAL is aimed at enabling the participation of
institutional investors such as mutual
of hydropower. Where is ADB? of improvement. funds and portfolio managers in the
a) Karachi b) Manila, Philippines b) The asset quality of banks showed an commodity derivatives market
c) Moscow d) Tokyo e) None of these improvement with the gross non-perform- a) Derivatives b) Stock c) Share d) Bonds
4. GOI, Govt. of Jharkhand & the World ing assets(GNPA) ratio of SCBs declining e) None of these
Bank signed in New Delhi a $310 mil- from 11.5% in March 2018 to 10.8% in 28. Banks seen a significant improvement
lion Loan Agreement for Jharkhand September 2018 c) Both (a) & (b) in recovery of stressed assets helped by
Power System Improvement Project to d) Improves confidence of politicians the Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code
provide reliable, quality, & affordable e) None of these (IBC) & amendments in SARFAESI
24x7 electricity to the citizens of 20. RBI set up an expert committee under Act, during FY18, as per RBI data. In
Jharkhand. What is the other name of former Sebi chairman U.K. Sinha to the fiscal ended March 2018, banks
World Bank? suggest long-term solutions for the eco- recovered Rs ________ crore worth of
a) AIIB(Beijing) nomic and financial sustainability of bad loans as against Rs 38,500 crore
b) IBRD(Hqs:Washington D.C.) the MSME sector. In the abbreviation recovered in FY17
c) NDB(Shanghai) d) AFDB MSME, the letter S stands for what? a) 40,400 b) 400 c) 4000 d) 500
e) None of these a) Small b) Smell c) Snail d) Steel e) None of these
5. Union Cabinet approved the e) None of these 29. India's institutional framework to sup-
Gaganyaan project under which a 21. Where PM Modi inaugurated the 106th port microfinance would get a boost
three-member crew will be sent to 13. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's Indian Science Congress (ISC-2019)? with RBI clearing a proposal to dig in
space. The project will cost INR alliance won Bangladesh's election with The theme is 'Future: India-Science an existing Rs. ________crores corpus
_______ crores. a thumping majority. It gave her a third and Technology' for funding microlenders. SIDBI had
a) 20,000 b) 10,000 c) 50,000 d) 60,000 straight term. The alliance dominated a) Jalandhar, Punjab b) New Delhi kept this money & sought RBI's
e) None of these by her Awami League, won 287 of the c) Bhubaneswar d) Cuttak approval for using it for the microfi-
6. India's first engine-less train, "Train ______ seats e) None of these nance sector.
18", developed by the Integral Coach a) 300 b) 400 c) 298 d) 500 22. The number of complaints registered at a) 1000 b) 100 c) 200 d)500
Factory (ICF) & seen as a successor to e) None of these banking ombudsman offices have seen e) None of these
the prestigious Shatabdi Express, was 14. Railway Board Chairman Ashwani a _____ increase in the fiscal year 2018, 30. RBI will capture the payment habits of
unveiled by Railway Board Chairman. Lohani retired.General Manager, South with the majority of these complaints individuals in six cities. What are they?
Where is ICF in Ssouth India? Central Railway, ______ replaced him. coming from urban centres owing to a) Mumbai b) Delhi, Kolkata
a) Chittaranjan b) Chennai c) Varanasi a) AK Gupta b) VK Yadav increased awareness and poor internal c) Chennai d) Bengaluru & Guwahati
d) Rai Barely e) Kapurthala c) Gafur Rakhimov d) A.K.Goel redressal mechanisms of banks. e) All the above ( For this, RBI launched a
7. PM Modi launched a historic support & e) None of these a) 25% b) 50% c) 60% d) 75 % Survey on Retail Payment Habits of
outreach programme for MSME sector. 15. Allahabad Bank and ______ Insurance e) None of these Individuals (SRPHi)'. Sigma Research &
Rs 1 cr loan in ____ minutes loan portal came together and signed a bancassur- 23. Central government has appointed Consulting Pvt Ltd to conduct the field-
to enable easy access to credit for ance pact, to offer a holistic financial whom as Managing Director, Life work of survey on behalf of the RBI )
MSMEs. Mandatory 25% procurement planning solution to consumers. Insurance Corporation of India, as the 31. RBI in consultation with the govt.
from MSMEs by CPSEs. a) ICICI Prudential b) SBI Life c) Aviva Acting Chairma? The move comes after decided to have a rule-based dynamic
a) 69 b) 59 c) 79 d) 120 e) None of these d) Standard life e) None of these VK Sharma retired from the top job at limit for outstanding stock of External
8. National Wildlife Genetic Resource 16. The central government infused 10,882 LIC on December 31, 2018. Commercial Borrowings (ECB) at
Bank (NWGRB) inaugurated at Centre crore Rupees in four public sector a) Hemant Bhargava b) Subhankar Dey _____ % of GDP at current market
for Cellular & Molecular Biology's banks, including UCO Bank and c) Ashok Chawla d) SP Ganguly prices
(CCMB) Laboratory of Conservation Syndicate Bank. It is a part of 28,615 e) None of these a) 6.5 b) 5.5 c) 4.5 d) 7.5 e) None of these
of Endangered Species (LaCONES) crore rupees capital infusion to be done 24. Cabinet has approved the merger of 32. RBI imposed a fine of Rs 1 crores on
facility in __________. It is India's first in about half a dozen public sector Vijaya Bank & Dena Bank with Bank Indian Bank for violating _____ norms
genetic resource bank where the genet- lenders. Which of the following is cor- of Baroda. Which of the following is a) Security b) Cybersecurity c) Safety
ic material will be stored. rect? correct? d) Staff e) None of these
a) Chennai b) Hyderabad, Telangana a) UCO Bank has received 3,074 crore a) After this merger, Bank of Baroda will
c) Bengalore d) Mumbai e) None of these rupees become the third biggest public sector
9. Union Government unlocked green b) Bank of Maharashtra got 4,498 crore Praturi Potayya Sarma
bank.
funds worth over Rs 66,000 crore to rupees b) The merger will be effective from April Answers
increase the country's ______ cover. c) Syndicate Bank got 1,632 crore rupees 1. This is also the first ever three-way
a) Agriculture b) Forest c) Fisheries d) Central Bank of India got 1,678 crore 1) b 8) b 15) b 22) a 29) a
merger in Indian banking.
d) Aqua culture e) None of these rupees e) All the above (as per news) 2) a 9) b 16) e 23) a 30) e
c) As per the Scheme of Amalgamation, 3) b 10) b 17) a 24) e 31) a
10. In Assam, the third _______Festival 17. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) allowed shareholders of Vijaya Bank will get 402
held on the bank of Aye river at Paytm Payments Bank to restart open- 4) b 11) b 18) a 25) a 32) b
equity shares of BoB for every 1,000 5) b 12) a 19) c 26) b
Chirang district. ing new accounts for its consumers shares held. 6) b 13) c 20) a 27) a
a) Bihu b) Dwijing c) Jhoom d) Dandiya after almost ____ months of the ban. d) In case of Dena Bank, its shareholders 7) b 14) b 21) a 28) a
e) None of these a) six b) 12 c) 10 d) 15 e) None of these will get 110 shares for every 1,000 shares
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How are autotrophs classified?


Nutrition Explain in detail.
Autotrophic nutrition: In Autotrophic
11. Write one similarity and one difference
between the nutrition in amoeba and
nutrition, food (organic materials) is syn- human beings. G.Srawana Chandra
Important Question & Answers thesized from inorganic materials. A: Similarity: Both amoeba and human
Senior Faculty
1. In the experiment “Light is essential for Heterotrophic nutrition: In Heterotrophic beings use digestive juices for digestion of
photosynthesis”, why does the uncov- nutrition, organisms eat ready - made com- food.
ered part of the leaf turn blue-black plex organic food obtaining energy for Difference: Humans need to chew food
after putting iodine solution? metabolism. There are four types of het- whereas in amoeba, there is no chewing of
A: Starch is produced in the uncovered part of erotrophic nutrition - saprophytic, para- food.
the leaf because it is exposed to sunlight sitic, symbiotic, and insectivorous. 12. What happens to the food in mouth and 10th - BIOLOGY
allowing it to photosynthesize, which turns Symbiotic nutrition: In Symbiotic nutri- oesophagus of the digestive tract?
blue-black in presence of iodine solution. tion, two different organisms live together. A: When food is ingested the salivary glands maintains the optimum.
2. a) List the three events that occur during They share shelter and nutrients. which secrete saliva acts on it in the mouth. 19. What are the various factors effecting
the process of photosynthesis. Explain the Insectivorous nutrition: In insectivorous The saliva breaks down the starch into sug- photosynthesis?
role of stomata in this process. nutrition, plants are autotrophic but obtain ars. Oesophagus is along, narrow, muscular A: The various factors affecting photosynthe-
b) Describe an experiment to show that food from insects. They obtain organic tube which directly leads to the stomach. It sis are:
“sunlight is essential for photosynthesis.” matter as well as animal nitrogen from the is about 25 cm long and passes downwards a) Light intensity
A: a) The three events that occur during the insects. through the neck, the thorax and the b) Carbon dioxide concentration
process of photosynthesis are: Parasitic nutrition: In parasitic nutrition, abdominal cavity. Oesophagusgently push- c) Temperature
(i) Absorption of light energy by the green organisms live in or on other living organ- es masticated food down to the stomach in d) Chlorophyll concentration
pigment chlorophyll. isms, which are called as hosts. They a wave - like action, called peristalsis e) Water and pollution
(ii) Conversion of light energy into chem- derive nutrition and shelter from the hosts. 13. What happens to the food in stomach of 20. How does light affect photosynthesis?
ical energy and the splitting of water mol- Parasitic nutrition may harm the host plant. the digestive tract? A: Low light intensity lowers the rate of pho-
ecule into hydrogen and oxygen. Saprophytic nutrition: In Saprotrophytic A: The inner lining of the stomach secretes tosynthesis. As the intensity is increased
(iii) Reduction of carbon dioxide into car- nutrition, organisms (decomposers) eat the mucous, hydrochloric acid and Digestive the rate also increases. However, after
bohydrate. dead bodies of other organisms and liber- juices. The mucous protects the lining of reaching an intensity of 10,000 lux (lux is
Role of Stomata: Stomata are tiny pores ate energy for their own use. In this the stomach. The hydrochloric acid kills the unit for measuring light intensity) there
present on the surface of leaves. They are process, they break down complex organ- many bacteria that enter along with the is no effect on the rate. Very high intensity
also present on the surface of young stems. ic matter from the dead bodies of organ- food and makes the medium in the stom- may, in fact, slow down the rate as it
Stomata are mainly engaged in the isms that releases vital elements that are ach acidic. The digestive juices break bleaches the chlorophyll.
exchange of gases(entry of CO2 and absorbed by the autotrophs. down the proteins into simpler substances. 21. What is symbiosis?
release of O2) associated with photosyn- 5. Glucose is considered as the source of 14. What happens to the food in large intes- A: An association between two organisms of
thesis. Plant closes the stomata when it instant energy, why? tine of the digestive tract? different species is called symbiosis. ‘sym’
does not need CO2 for photosynthesis. A: Glucose is the simplest form of carbohy- A: The food that remains undigested and means together and ‘bio’ refers ti living
b) Sunlight is essential for photosynthesis drate that can be easily broken down to unabsorbed enters into the large intestine thing. For example, cattle and egret, man
give energy. Hence, we get instant energy from small intestine. It is about 1.5 metre and intestinal bacteria, etc.
from glucose. Also, glucose mixes directly in length. Its function is to absorb water 22. What are detritivores?
into the blood stream making it readily and some salts from the undigested food A: Detritivores are those animals that feed on
available to the body. material. dead plant and animal bodies after break-
6. What is mastication? 15. Draw a labelled diagram of human ing them into small pieces. The digestion
A: Mixing of saliva with chewed food is digestive system. takes place inside the body.
Procedure: called mastication, this moisten the food A: 23. What is parasitism?
(i) Place a healthy green potted plant in a and helps in swallowing food. A: An association between two individuals
dark room for 1-2 days. This is done to 7. What are secreted inside the stomach? where one is harmed and the other is ben-
ensure that the plant consumes all its A: Gastric juice is secreted by the walls of efitted. The dependent one is called the
reserve food and the leaves do not contain stomach which contains HCl and Pepsin. parasite and the other one is called the
any starch. HCl helps to kill the germs present in food. host. For example, leech is an ectoparasite
(ii) Then, cover a portion of a leaf of this After mixing with the food it provides an which sucks blood of the host; tapeworm
plant on both sides with two uniform acidic medium to the food which is essen- lives in the digestive tract of man and
pieces of black paper, fixed in position tial for the activation of pepsin enzyme. causes disease.
with two paper clips. Pepsin digests protein into peptides. 24. What are the two types of digestion?
(iii) Now, expose this plant to bright light. 8. Explain digestive enzymes? A: Two types of digestion are:
After a few hours, remove the leaf and A: There are different types of enzymes which Mechanical: Mechanical digestion
decolorize it with alcohol and test the pres- are used for the digestion of different food 16. Can we survive only on raw, leafy veg- involves grinding of food into smaller par-
ence of food (starch) with iodine solution. materials like carbohydrates, fats, protein etables / grass? Discuss. ticles by the teeth.
Observation: It can be observed that the etc. The process of digestion involves the A: We know that animalslike most of the bac- Chemical: Chemical digestion involves
portion of the leaf covered with black association of several catalytic organic teria, non-green plants and human being treatment of food by enzymes and break-
paper does not (food). compounds such as amylase, pepsin, do not possess the ability to synthesize ing them into the simplest form in which
Conclusion: This is because the food pre- lipase, trypsin etc. These organic com- their own food. Therefore they depend they can be easily dissolved and then
pared by plants through the process of pounds are known as digestive enzymes. upon autotrophs for their food supply absorbed by the body.
photosynthesis is stored as starch. Starch 9. Name and explain the type of carbohy- either directly or indirectly. The green 25. How are parasites classified?
reacts with the iodine solution to give drates that can be digested by rumi- plants (leafy vegetables / grass) trap solar A: Parasites may be classified as:
blue-black colour. Only those portions of nants but not by humans. energy and manufacture their food in the Ectoparasites that which live on the outer
the leaf that were exposed to sunlight A: Cellulose is the carbohydrate that can be form of glucose. So, leafy vegetables and surface of the host (ticks, mites, leeches)
could photosynthesise. Hence, gives blue- digested by ruminants. Ruminants have grass can provide sufficient energy andEndoparasites that which live inside the
black colour when tested with iodine. The large sac like structure between the small required for the survival of human being. body of the host (tapeworm, liver fluje).
portion of the leaf covered with black intestine and large intestine which is 17. How are autotrophs classified? Parasites are also classified as obligate or
paper did not receive sunlight. Hence, responsible for digestion of cellulose in A: Autotrophs are classified based on their facultative.
starch was not produced. Thus, it can be them. The cellulose of the food is digested source of energy. If they use the light ener- Obligate parasites have to live parasitically
concluded that the sunlight is essential for by the action of certain bacteria which are gy of the sun, they are called photoau- or saprophytically. For example, Candida,
photosynthesis. not present in human beings. totrophs. If they use chemical energy of Pythium.
3. What will happen to a plant if its xylem 10. Differentiate between assimilation and certain compounds such as ammonia and 26. How does ingestion take place in para-
is removed? egestion. nitrites, they are called chemoautotrophs. mecium?
A: Xylem in plant transports water and dis- A: Absorbed digested food materials are 18. How is the radiant energy of the sun uti- A: Paramecium has a specific oral apparatus.
solved mineral nutrients from the roots to transported via the blood vessels to differ- lized in the green plants? Its oral groove consists of cilia which pro-
all parts of the vascular plant. So, if xylem ent organs of the body where they are used A: Radiant energy consists of both light and duce water currents. Only micro food par-
is removed from the plant, the water and to build complex substances such as the heat energy. The light energy is trapped ticles reach cytopharynx through the
mineral supply to the plant will stop and proteins required by the body. This process into chlorophyll molecules and then used cytostome along with the water current.
therefore, the plant will die. is called assimilation but the process of to split water into hydrogen and oxygen in When cytopharynx is full with food vac-
4. What are the modes of nutrition? removal of waste faecal matter through the order to release energy. The heat energy uole which pinches off from the cytophar-
anus from time-to-time is called egestion. ynx and gets ingested.
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1. Six examination papers are to be set Prepared by
in a certain order not to be dis-
closed. It is discovered that one
Mr. K. Kumar
order has been leaked out. The Senior Faculty
number of ways that their order can Hyderabad
be changed is ph:9492956214
1) 6P1 2) 6C1 3) 216 4) 719
2. 9 articles are to be placed in 9 boxes be the number of ways so that all
one in each box 4 of them are too the letters are in wrong envelopes
big for three of the boxes. The num- then x-y =
ber of possible arrangements is 1) 716 2) 454 3) 265 4) 0
1) 9! 2) 5! 4! 3) 6P4x5! 4) 5! 6! 28. The no. of ways in which 6 gentle-
3. The number of different ways that men and 3 ladies be seated round a
three distinct rings can be worn to 4 table so that every gentleman may
fingers with at most one ring in have a lady by his side is
each of the fingers is 1) 1440 2) 720
1) 4P3 2) 5P3 3) 4P3 4) 4P2 3) 240 4) 480
4. There are 5 multiple choice ques- between 19 and 1000 that can be 20. The number of permutations that 29. The number of ways in which 7
tions in test. If the first three ques- formed with 0,2,3,4,5,6 so that no can be made out of the letters of the men be seated at a round table so
tions have 4 choices each and the digit being repeated in any number is word “MATHEMATICS” when all that two particular men are not side
next two have 5 choices each, the 1) 100 2) 125 3) 120 4) 240 vowels come together is by side is
number of answers possible is 13. The sum of all numbers that can be 1) 2400 2) 120 3) 360 4) 480
8!4! 8!4! 7!4!
1) 1500 2) 1600 formed by taking all the digits from 1) 2) 3) 4) 7!4! 30. If n=1!+4!+7!+....+400! Then ten’s
(2!)
3
2! 2! digit of ‘n’ is
3) 1700 4) 1800 2,3,4,5 is
5. Sixteen men compete with one 1) 93,324 2) 79,992 21. The number of permutation that 1) 5 2) 6 3) 7 4) 8
another in running, swimming and 3) 66,66,600 4) 78,456 can be made out of letters of the
word “MATHEMATICS”. When 10 n
riding. How many prize lists could 31.Let a n = for n = 1,2,3.....then
be made if there were altogether 6 IIT - JEE MAINS no two vowels come together is n!
the greatest value of n for which
prizes of different values, one for
running, 2 for swimming and 3 for MATHS 1) 7!8 P4 2)
7! 8
2!2!
, P4 an is the greatest is
riding. 8 8 1) 11 2) 20 3) 10 4) 8
1) 16 x 15 x 14 2) 163 x 152 x 14 14. The sum of all 4 digited numbers 7! P4 P
3 that can be formed by taking the
3) 4) 7! 4 32. If P(n, a)=P(n, b) where a<b=n (all
3) 16 x 15 x 142 4) 162 x 15 x 14 (2!)
3
2!
6. The number of ways of wearing 6 digits from 0,1,3,5,7,9 is are positive integers) and a + b =
different rings to 5 fingers is 1) 16,23,300 2) 16,32,300 22. The number of permutation that Fn + G then |F|+|G|=
1) 56 2) 65 3) 55 4) 66 3) 16,32,030 4) 16,33,200 can be made out of the letters of the 1) 2 2) 3 3) 4 4) 5
7. The letters of the word “RANDOM” 15. The sum of all 4 digited even num- word “MATHEMATICS”. When 33. In a college of 300 students, every
are arranged in all possible ways. bers that can be formed from the the relative positions of vowels and student read 5 newspapers and
The number of arrangements in digits 1,2,3,4,5 is consonants remain unaltered is every newspaper is read by 60 stu-
which there are 2 letters between R 1) 1,58,994 2) 1,59,984 1) 3,7! 2) 2,7! 3) 7! 4) 4,7! dents. The number of newspapers is
and D is 3) 1,59,894 4) 1,59,884 23. The number of ways in which the 1) at least 30 2) at most 20
1) 36 2) 48 3) 144 4) 72 16. The number of numbers formed letters of the word MULTIPLE be 3) exactly 25 4) 24
8. A family of 4 brothers and 3 sisters having not more than 6 digits using arranged without changing the 34. The number of ways in which a
is to be arranged in a row for a pho- the numbers 3,4,5 when repetition order of the vowels is TRUE or FALSE examination of
tograph. The number of ways in is allowed is 1)3360 2)20160 ‘n’ statements can be answered on
which they can be seated if all the 1) 1092 2) 1090 3) 1085 4) 1064 3)6720 4)3359 the assumption that no two consec-
sisters are to sit together is 17. The number of permutations of 25 24. If n ∈ N and 300 < n < 3000 and utive questions are answered the
1) 120 2) 240 3) 360 4) 720 dissimilar things taken more than same way is
n is made of digits by taking from n-1
9. If word are formed by taking only 4 15 at a time when repetitions are 1) 2 2) 2n
0,1,2,3,4,5 then greatest possible
at a time out of the letters of the allowed is (not exceeding 25) 3) 1 4) 2
number of values of n is (repetition 35. In a steamer there are 12 stalls for
word PHYSICAL, then the number 25 25
of words in which Y occur is 1)
24
(25 25
− 2515
) 2)
24
(25 25 − 2510 ) is allowed) animals and there are horses, cows
1) 260 2) 539 3) 320 4) 300 and calves (not less than 12 each)
1) 8P4 2) 7!3! 3) 7!/4! 4) 7C4 25 25
10. The number of permutations alto- 3) (25 25 + 2515 ) 4) (25 25 + 2510 ) 25. f : A → A, A = {a ,a ,a ,a ,a }, ready to be shipped. In how many
gether of n things when r specified 24 24 1 2 3 4 5
ways can be ship load be made such
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Puzzles
IBPS, RRB, PO – 2017 (Mains)
R sells TV on which day?
Directions (Q.No. 1 - 5): These questions are 1) Only three persons live between F and B.
based on the following information. 2) Only three persons live above F.
Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H born 3) Only one person sits between F and D.
on 7th, 9th, 16th and 19th in March and July.
4) F lives on even numbered floor.
Each one of them likes either a colour or a
5) None of these.
fruit. The persons who like colours were born
on that day which is a perfect square and the 22. Who lives on the floor numbered 5?
colour they likes are - Yellow, Green, Red and 1) F 2) B 3) D 4) A 5) None of these
Blue. The persons who were born on the day
which denotes a prime number like fruits – Key
Apple, Cherry, Mango and Banana. The one
1-1 6-4 11-3 16-5 21-4
who likes yellow colour was born on a day
2-2 7-3 12-3 17-3 22-4
which is a perfect square in the month of
march. No person was born between D and 3-1 8-1 13-5 18-5
the one who likes yellow. D doesn’t like colour. 4-1 9-3 14-3 19-2
Three persons were born between D and the 5-3 10-5 15-5 20-5
one who likes Mango. There is no person born
between the one who likes Mango and Blue Explanations
colour. The number of people born after the
one who likes blue colour is one less than the 17. How many number of TV sets O has? Solutions: 1- 5
number of persons born before A. The one
who likes Apple was born immediately before
IBPS 1) 15 2) 4 3) 27 4) 9 5) None of these
Month/ Date 7th 9th 16th 19th
B. B does not like Mango. The number of peo- IPPB PO – 2017 (Prelims) March E B A D
ple born before B is same as the number of
persons born after G. Three persons were
CLERKS MAINS Directions (Q.No. 18 to 22): These questions Apple Green Yellow Banana
are based on the following information.
July F H G C
born between the one who likes Green and H.
H and the one who likes Cherry was born in
Reasoning Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H live
on a separate floor each on an 8-floor building Cherry Red Blue Mango
the same month but not in March. C was born but not necessarily in the same order. The
after the one who likes Blue colour. E doesn’t 10. Which of the following combination is
ground floor is numbered 1, the floor above 6 - 10 11 - 17
like any colour. F doesn’t like Apple. false?
1) J-7 2) L-3 3) G-2 4) H-4 5) N-1 the ground floor is numbered 2 and so on until 8 K Monday N 6
the topmost floor is numbered eight. Only two
Directions (Q.No. 11 - 17): These questions 7 J
Writer persons live below the floor on which G lives. Tuesday Q 12
are based on the following information.
Only one person lives between G and A. H 6 I Wednesday S 4
G. Shashi Kumar Seven friends M, N, O, P, Q, R, and S are sell-
lives on an odd numbered floor but not on floor 5 N
Subject Expert ing different number of TV sets on seven dif- Thursday O 27
no. 7. Only two persons live between H and B.
ferent days, from Monday to Sunday of the 4 H
B does not live on the topmost floor. A does Friday M 18
1. Who among the following likes green same week. Each friend has different number 3 L
not live on the lowermost floor. D lives imme-
colour? of TV sets i.e. 15, 4, 18, 12, 27, 6 and 9, but Saturday R 15
diately below C. Neither C nor E live on floor 2 G
1) B 2) A 3) G 4) H 5) C not necessarily in the same order. The one Sunday P 9
no 6. F lives immediately above A. 1 M
2. Who was born on 16th March? who has 15 number of TV sets sells on
18. How many persons live between the floors
Saturday. S has 4 number of TV sets and sell 18 - 22
1) D 2) A 3) G 4) F 5) E on which A and D live?
them on Wednesday. N sells immediately
3. Who among the following likes cherry? 1) Three 2) More than three 3) None 8 C
before Q. N does not sell on any of the days
1) F 2) G 3) H 4) A 5) B after S. The one who has 9 number of TV sets 4) Two 5) One 7 D
4. Who was born on 19th July? does not sell on any of the days on or before 19. Who lives on the floor immediately below
6 F
1) C 2) A 3) D 4) B 5) E Friday. The one who has 18 number of TV G?
5. Who among the following likes red colour? sets sells them sets immediately after O. Q 1) F 2) E 3) D 4) B 5) None of these 5 A
1) A 2) B 3) H 4) C 5) D does not have 27 number of TV sets. The one 20. On which of the following floor numbers 4 B
who has 6 number of TV sets does not sell does D live? 3 G
IBPS RRB OFFICE ASSISTANTS them after S. R does not sell on Sunday and 1) Four 2) One 3) Eight 4) Five 5) Seven
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does not sell 18 number of TV sets. P does not 21. Which of the following is true with respect
sell on any of the days before M. 1 H
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are based on the following information. 11. R sells how many number of TV sets?
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What is meant by 'precocious'? Henry: Now, now, Elizabeth.


Mrs. Jordan: And you, too. Are you such a
poor creature that you must do every dirty
thing she tells you?
share of what our father's left. You know how each other? Ans: B Abel: (rising; thumping the table) Damn it all,
UNIT-II Wit and Humour hard she can be when she likes. Where she A) They are the brother and the sister will someone tell me what's been going on?
A Reading: The Dear Departed-I gets it from I can't tell. B) They are the wife and the Husband Mrs. Jordan: Yes, I will. I'll not see you robbed.
Reading comprehension Henry: I suppose it's in the family. (pause) C) They are the father and the daughter Abel: Who's been robbing me?
Where are my slippers? D) They are neighbours Mrs. Jordan: Amelia and Henry. They've stolen
I. Read the following passage: Mrs. Slater: In the kitchen: but you want a new 4. What nature do you notice in Mrs. Slater your clock and bureau. (Working herself up)
Mrs. Slater: (sharply) Victoria, Victoria! D'ye pair, those old ones are nearly worn out. Ans: D They sneaked into your room like thieves in
hear? Come in, will you? (Nearly breaking down) You don't seem to
A) calm and obedient B) foolish and stupid the night and stole them after you were dead.
(Victoria a precocious girl often dressed in realise what it's costing me to bear up like I am
C) smooth and sincere Now answer the following questions. Each
colours, enters)
D) Greedy and overpowering question has four choices. Choose the correct
Mrs. Slater: I'm amazed at you, Victoria. I really
Answer the following questions in two or three answer and write A, B, C or D in your answer
am. Be off now, and change your dress before
sentences (3 x 2 = 6) booklet. (3 x 1 = 3)
your Aunt Elizabeth and your Uncle Ben
5. What is meant by 'precocious'? Who is pre- 1. 'Be quiet, Elizabeth', Who said this? Ans: A
come. It would never do for them to find you in
colours with grand father lying dead, upstairs. cocious? A) Mrs. Slater B) Mr. Henry
Victoria: What are they coming for? They English A: 'precocious' means "intelligent/ gifted/talent- C) Mr. Abel D) Mrs. Jordan
haven't been here for ages. ed", victoria is precocious. 2. The 'poor creature' in this passage referred to
doing. My heart's fit to break when I see the lit- 6. Whose things are they going to divide up? Ans: C
Writer tle trifles that belonged to father lying around, A: The things of the father of Mrs. Slater and A) Mr. Abel B) Mr. Ben
and think he'll never use them again. (Briskly Mrs. Jordan. C) Mr. Henry D) Mrs. Jordan
V. Satyanarayana Rao here! you'd better wear these slippers of my 7. Do you support the behaviours of Slater's 3. Why does Mrs. Jordan call the person a poor
father's now. It's lucky he'd just got a new pair. couple? why or why not? creature. Ans: C
Subject Expert Now answer the following questions. Each A: I don't support their behaviour, they were A) Because the person talks silly
Mrs. Slater: They're coming to talk over poor question has four choices. Choose the correct interested in sharing properties but not B) Because the person's clothes are dirty
grandpa's affairs. Your father sent them a answer and write A, B, C or D in your answer responsibilities. C) Because the person has no individuality
telegram as soon as we found he was dead. booklet. (4 x 1 = 4)
B Reading: The Dear Departed-II D) Because the person has no honesty
(A noise is heard) 1. In the passage 'D' ye hear? means Ans: A
Reading comprehension Answer the following questions in one or two
(Henry Slater, a stooping, heavy man with a A) Do you hear? B) Dear boy hear?
sentences each.
drooping moustache, enters. He is wearing a C) Daddy and you hear I. Read the following passage: 5x1=5
4. Why was Mrs. Jordan rising from her place?
black tailcoat, grey trousers, a black tie and a D) Deaf and dumb hear Mrs. Jordan: (rising) I'll tell you what's been
bowler hat.) going on in this house, father. Nothing short of A: Mrs. Jordan was rising from her place to tell
2. What kind of dress did Mrs. Slater want
robbery. the fact to her father.
Henry: I'm wondering if they'll come at all. Victoria wear? Ans: B
When you and Elizabeth quarrelled, She said Mrs. Slater: Be quiet, Elizabeth. 5. How did Mrs. Slater and Henry sneak into
A) a colourful dress B) a mourning dress
she'd never set foot in your house again. Abel's room?
C) a spotless white D) a bright colour Mrs. Jordan: I'll not be quiet. Oh, I call it dou-
Mrs. Slater: She'll come fast enough after her ble-faced. A: Mrs. Slater and Henry sneaked into Abel's
3. How were Mrs. Slater and Henry related to room like thieves.

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Ķæ*Æý‡ÏVýSyýlz Ð]l¯]l…Æ>k
çÜ*PÌŒæ AíÜòÜt…sŒæ,
{糿¶æ$™èlÓ E¯]l²™èl ´ëuý‡Ô>Ë

Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×êË$
Ð]l¬RêÅ…Ô>Ë$
� a, b, c ÐéçÜ¢Ð]l çÜ…QÅOÌñæ, a ≠ 0 AƇ¬™ól ax2+bx+c =
0¯]l$ "x'ÌZ "Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×æ…' A…sêÆý‡$.
� ax2+bx+c = 0, a ≠ 0MýS$ aα2 + bα + c = 0 AƇ¬™ól Ð]l*Å£ýlÐðl$sìæMŠæÞ
α¯]l$ Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×æ "Ð]lÊË…' A…sê….
x = α¯]l$ Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×æ… Ý뫧ýl¯]l A° A…sêÆý‡$.
ax2+bx+c Ð]lÆý‡Y ºçßæ$糨 Ô¶æ*¯]lÅ ÑË$Ð]lË$,

ax2+bx+c= 0 Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×æ… Ð]lÊÌêË$ JMýSPsôæ.
2 Ð]l*Æý‡$PË {ç³Ô¶æ²Ë$
� Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×ê°MìS MýS*yé VýSÇçÙt…V> Æð‡…yýl$ Ð]lÊÌêË$ 1. JMýS {†¿¶æ$f… ¿¶æ*Ñ$, §é° G™èl$¢ MýS…sôæ 4 òÜ….Ò$.
E…sêƇ¬. GMýS$PÐ]l. {†¿¶æ$f OÐðlÔ>ËÅ… 48 ^èl.òÜ….Ò$. AƇ¬™ól §é°
� ax2+bx+c, a ≠ 0¯]l$ Æð‡…yýl$ Æó‡TĶæ$ M>Æý‡×ê…M>Ë ¿¶æ*Ñ$, G™èl$¢ MýS¯]l$Vö¯]l…yìl.
˺®…V> Æ>íÜ {糆§é°² çÜ$¯é²MýS$ çÜÐ]l*¯]l… ^ólĶæ$yýl… Ýë. {†¿¶æ$f… G™èl$¢ = x òÜ….Ò$. A¯]l$MýS$…sôæ.. ⇒
35 + 5 35 − 5
,
§éÓÆ> ax2+bx+c = 0 Ð]lÊÌêË$ MýS¯]l$Vö…sê…. {†¿¶æ$f… ¿¶æ*Ñ$ = x + 4 4 Ð]l*Æý‡$PË {ç³Ô¶æ²Ë$ 2 2
Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×ê°MìS Ð]lÆ>Y°² ç³NÇ¢ ^ólĶæ$yýl… §éÓÆ> MýS*yé 1 1. 2x2 – 7x + 3 = 0 Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×ê°MìS Ð]lÆ>Y°² = 20, 15

{†¿¶æ$f OÐðlÔ>ËÅ… = × ¿¶æ*Ñ$ × G™èl$¢
Ý뫨…^èlÐ]l^èl$a. 2 ç³NÇ¢^ólĶæ$yýl… §éÓÆ> Ð]lÊÌêË$ MýS¯]l$Vö¯]l…yìl. ∴ ÐðlyýlË$µ b = x = 20 Ìôæ§é 15
b2– 4ac ≥ 0 AƇ¬™ól ax2 + bx + c = 0 1 2 Ýë. C_a¯]l Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×æ… 2x2 – 7x + 3 = 0 ´÷yýlÐ]l# l = 35 – x = 35–20 = 15 Ìôæ§é
⇒ × (x+4)x = 48 ⇒ x + 4x = 96

2 CÆý‡$OÐðlç³#Ìê 2 ™ø ¿êWõÜ¢.. 35 – 15 = 20
⇒ x2 + 4x – 96 = 0 7 3
Ð]lÊÌêË$ x = −b ± b − 4ac
2
⇒ x2 − x + = 0 ∴©Æý‡ƒ ^èl™èl$Æý‡{ÝëM>Æý‡ ´ëÆý‡$P ´÷yýlÐ]l#, ÐðlyýlË$µË$
2a 2 ⇒ x + 12x – 8x – 96 = 0 2 2 Ð]lÆý‡$çÜV> 15 Ò$., 20 Ò$. Ìôæ§é 20 Ò$., 15 Ò$.
� b2–4ac¯]l$ ax2+bx+c=0 Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×æ… "Ñ^èl„ìS×ìæ' ⇒ (x – 8)(x + 12) = 0 3. 3 çÜ…Ð]l™èlÞÆ>Ë MìS…§ýlr Æð‡çßæÐ]l*¯Œæ Ð]lĶæ$çÜ$ Ð]l#Å{™èlPÐ]l$…,
2 2
A…sêÆý‡$. x = 8 Ìôæ§é x = –12 7 7 3 7 5 çÜ…Ð]l™èlÞÆ>Ë ™èlÆ>Ó™èl A™èl°
⇒ x 2 − 2.x. +   + −   = 0
ax2 + bx + c = 0 Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×æ…ÌZ.. {†¿¶æ$f… G™èl$¢ Æý‡$×ê™èlÃMýS… M>§ýl$ M>ºsìæt x ≠ –12 4 4 2  4 1

Ð]lĶæ$çÜ$ Ð]l#Å{™èlPÐ]l*Ë Ððl¬™èl¢… 2 AƇ¬™ól, A™èl°
i) b2 – 4ac > 0 AƇ¬™ól Æð‡…yýl$ ÑÀ¯]l² ÐéçÜ¢Ð]l ∴ {†¿¶æ$f… G™èl$¢ x = 8 òÜ….Ò$.
2 2
Ð]lÊÌêË$ E…sêƇ¬. {†¿¶æ$f… ¿¶æ*Ñ$ = x + 4 = 8 + 4 = 12 òÜ….Ò$.  7 49 3  7 49 − 24 {ç³çÜ$¢™èl Ð]lĶæ$çÜ$ G…™èl?
⇒x−  = − ⇒x−  =
ii) b2 – 4ac = 0 AƇ¬™ól Æð‡…yýl$ çÜÐ]l*¯]l ÐéçÜ¢Ð]l 2. 2x2 – 2√2x + 1 = 0 Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×ê°MìS Ð]lÊÌêË$  4 16 2  4 16 Ýë. Æð‡çßæÐ]l*¯Œæ {ç³çÜ$¢™èl Ð]lĶæ$çÜ$ = x çÜ…Ð]l™èlÞÆ>Ë$
Ð]lÊÌêË$ E…sêƇ¬. E…sôæ çÜ*{™èl… §éÓÆ> MýS¯]l$Vö¯]l…yìl.  7 25 7
2
25 5
A¯]l$Mø…yìl.
iii) b2 – 4ac < 0 AƇ¬™ól ÐéçÜ¢Ð]l Ð]lÊÌêË$ E…yýlÐ]l#. Ýë. Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×æ… 2x2 – 2√2x + 1 = 0¯]l$ ⇒x−  = ⇒ x− =± =± 3 çÜ…Ð]l™èlÞÆ>Ë MìS…§ýlr Æð‡çßæÐ]l*¯Œæ Ð]lĶæ$çÜ$
 4  16 4 16 4
ax2 + bx + c = 0™ø ´ùÍõÜ.¢ . = x − 3 çÜ…Ð]l™èlÞÆ>Ë$
a = 2, b = –2√2, c = 1 5 7 5 7 −5 7 5 çÜ…Ð]l™èlÞÆ>Ë MìS…§ýlr Æð‡çßæÐ]l*¯Œæ Ð]lĶæ$çÜ$
1 Ð]l*Æý‡$P {ç³Ô¶æ²Ë$ x=± + ⇒x= + , +
b2 – 4ac ⇒ (–2√2)2 -– 4 × 2 ×1 = 8 – 8 = 0 4 4 4 4 4 4 = x + 5 çÜ…Ð]l™èlÞÆ>Ë$
1. (2x–1)(x–3) = (x+5)(x–1) A¯ól¨ ∴ C_a¯]l Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×ê°MìS Ð]lÊÌêË$ E…sêƇ¬. 12 2 1 1
x= , ⇒ x = 3, Òsìæ Ð]l#Å{™èlPÐ]l*Ë Ððl¬™èl¢… A° C^éaÆý‡$. M>ºsìæt
Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×æÐðl*, M>§ø ç³ÇÖÍ…^èl…yìl. Ð]lÊÌêË$ MýS¯]l$Vö¯]lyé°MìS çÜ*{™èl…: 4 4 2 3
Ýë. (2x–1)(x–3) = (x+5)(x–1) ∴ 2x2 – 7x + 3 = 0 Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×æ Ð]lÊÌêË$ 1 1 1
⇒ 2x2–6x–x+3 = x2+5x–x–5
x=
−b ± b 2 − 4ac

(
− −2 2 ± 0 ) x = 3,
1
+ =
x−3 x+5 3
⇒ 2x2–7x+3– x2–4x+5 = 0 2a 2(2) 2 CÆý‡$OÐðlç³#Ìê (x – 3)(x+5)™ø VýS$×ìæõÜ.¢ .
⇒ x2–11x+8 = 0 2. ^èl$r$tMöË™èl 70 Ò$., ÐO lð Ô>ËÅ… 300 ^èl.Ò$., E…yól
C¨ ax2+bx+c=0 Æý‡*ç³…ÌZ E…¨. M>ºsìæt Ð]lÆý‡Y x=
2 2± 0
⇒ x=
1 1
, Ñ«§ýl…V> JMýS ©Æý‡ƒ ^èl™èl$Æý‡{ÝëM>Æý‡ ´ëÆý‡$P ™èlĶæ*Æý‡$  1
+
1 
( x − 3)( x + 5) =
1
( x − 3)( x + 5)
 
çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×æ… AÐ]l#™èl$…¨. 4 2 2 ^ólĶæ$VýSËÐ]l*? ^ólĶæ$VýSÍW™ól §é° ´÷yýlÐ]l#, ÐðlyýlË$µ MýS¯]l$-  x −3 x+ 5 3
2. √3x2 + 10x + 7√3 = 0 Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×ê°² 3. x2 – 2(k+1)x + k2 = 0 Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×ê°MìS Æð‡…yýl$ Vö¯]l…yìl. ⇒ 3((x + 5) +(x − 3)) = (x − 3)(x + 5)
Ý뫨…^èl…yìl. çÜÐ]l*¯]l ÐéçÜ¢Ð]l Ð]lÊÌêË$ E…sôæ k ÑË$Ð]l MýS¯]l$Vö¯]l…yìl. Ýë. ©Æý‡ƒ ^èl™èl$Æý‡{ÝëM>Æý‡ ´ëÆý‡$P ÐðlyýlË$µ b = x Ò$. A¯]l$Mø…yìl. ⇒ 3(x + 5) + 3(x − 3) = (x − 3)(x + 5)
Ýë. √3x2 + 10x + 7√3 = 0 Ýë. C_a¯]l Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×æ… x2 – 2(k+1)x + k2 = 0 ©Æý‡ƒ ^èl™èl$Æý‡{ÝëM>Æý‡ ´ëÆý‡$P ^èl$r$tMöË™èl ⇒ 3x + 15 + 3x − 9 = x2 + 5x − 3x − 15
√3x2 + 3x + 7x + 7√3 = 0 ax2 + bx + c = 0 ™ø ´ùÍõÜ.¢ . = 2(l+b) = 70 Ò$. ⇒ 6x + 6 = x2 + 2x − 15
√3x(x+√3)+7(x+√3) = 0 a = 1, b = –2(k+1), c = k2 70 ⇒ x2 + 2x − 15 − 6x − 6 = 0
l+b= ⇒ l + b = 35
x + √3 = 0 Ìôæ§é √3x + 7 = 0 JMýS çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×ê°MìS çÜÐ]l*¯]l ÐéçÜ¢Ð]l Ð]lÊÌêË$ E…sôæ 2 ⇒ x2 − 4x − 21 = 0
−7 Ñ^èl„ìS×ìæ (b2–4ac) = 0 AÐ]l#™èl$…¨. l + x = 35 ⇒ l = 35 – x ⇒ x2 − 7x + 3x − 21 = 0
x = –√3 Ìôæ§é 3
⇒ (–2(k+1))2 – 4(1)(k2) = 0 ©Æý‡ƒ ^èl™èl$Æý‡{ÝëM>Æý‡ ´ëÆý‡$P OÐðlÔ>ËÅ…l= lb ⇒ x(x − 7) + 3(x − 7) = 0
3. 5 Hâ¶æÏ MìS…§ýlr, 9 Hâ¶æÏ ™èlÆ>Ó™èl Æ>Ð]l¬ Ð]lĶæ$çÜ$Ë Ëº®… 15 ⇒ 4(k+1)2 = 4k2 ⇒ (35–x)(x) = 300 ^èl.Ò$. ⇒ (x − 7)(x + 3) = 0
çÜ…Ð]l™èlÞÆ>Ë$. ©°² Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×æ… Æý‡*ç³…ÌZ ⇒ (k+1)2 = k2 ⇒ k2+2k+1 = k2 ⇒ 35x – x2 – 300 = 0 ⇒ (x − 7) = 0, (x + 3) = 0
Ð]lÅMýS¢ç³Æý‡^èl…yìl. ⇒ 2k+1=0 ⇒ x2 – 35x + 300 = 0 __ (1) ⇒ x = 7, x = −3
Ýë. Æ>Ð]l¬ {ç³çÜ$¢™èl Ð]lĶæ$çÜ$ x çÜ…Ð]l™èlÞÆ>Ë$ A¯]l$Mø…yìl. −1 ax2 + bx + c = 0™ø ´ùÍõÜ¢ Ð]lĶæ$çÜ$ Gç³#µyýl* Æý‡$×ê™èlÃMýS… M>§ýl$.
⇒ k =
5 Hâ¶æÏ MìS…§ýlr Æ>Ð]l¬ Ð]lĶæ$çÜ$ = x – 5 2 a = 1, b = –35, c = 300 M>ºsìæt Æð‡çßæÐ]l*¯Œæ Ð]lĶæ$çÜ$ 7 çÜ…Ð]l™èlÞÆ>Ë$.
9 Hâ¶æÏ ™èlÆ>Ó™èl Æ>Ð]l¬ Ð]lĶæ$çÜ$ = x + 9 4. Ððl¬™èl¢… 17, ˺®… 72 AÄôæ$ÅÑ«§ýl…V> Æð‡…yýl$çÜ…QÅ˯]l$ Ñ^èl„ìS×ìæ b2 – 4ac
§ýl™é¢…Ô¶æ… ¯]l$…_.. MýS¯]l$Vö¯]l…yìl. = (–35)2 – 4 × 1 × 300
(x – 5)(x + 9) = 15 Ýë. Æð‡…yýl$ Üç …QÅÌZÏ JMýS Üç …QÅ x A¯]l$MýS$…sôæ, Æð‡…yø çÜ…QÅ = 1225 –1200 = 25 > 0
x2 + 9x – 5x – 45 – 15 = 0 17 – x AÐ]l#™èl$…¨. ∴ çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×æ… (1)° çÜ*_…^ól Ð]lÆý‡Y
x2 + 4x – 60 = 0 (∵ Æð‡…yýl$ çÜ…QÅË Ððl¬™èl¢… 17) çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×ê°MìS Æð‡…yýl$ ÑÀ¯]l² ÐéçÜ¢Ð]l
4. 2x2 + 5x + 5 = 0 Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×æ Ð]lÊÌêË çÜÓ¿êÐ]l… §ýl™é¢…Ô¶æ… {ç³M>Æý‡… Æð‡…yýl$ çÜ…QÅË Ëº®… = 72 Ð]lÊÌêË$ E…sêƇ¬. A…sôæ ©Æý‡ƒ
™ðlËç³…yìl. ⇒ x(17 – x) = 72 ^èl™èl$Æý‡{ÝëM>Æý‡ ´ëÆý‡$P¯]l$ ™èlĶæ*Æý‡$
Ýë. 2x2 + 5x + 5 = 0¯]l$ ax2 + bx + c = 0™ø ´ùÍõÜ¢.. ⇒ 17x – x2 – 72 = 0 ⇒ x2 – 17x + 72 = 0 ^ólĶæ$VýSË….
a = 2, b = 5, c = 5 ⇒ x2 – 8x – 9x + 72 = 0 x=
−b ± b 2 − 4ac − (−35 ) ± 25
=
Ñ^èl„ìS×ìæ D = b2 – 4ac ⇒ x(x – 8)– 9(x – 8) = 0 2a 2 (1)

⇒ 52 – 4(2)(5) ⇒ (x – 8)(x – 9) = 0
⇒ –15 < 0 ∴ x = 8, 9 35 ± 5
=
D < 0 M>ºsìæt Ð]lÆý‡Y çÜÒ$MýSÆý‡×æ… ÐéçÜ¢Ð]l Ð]lÊÌê˯]l$ MýSÍW Æð‡…yø Üç …QÅ 17 – x = 17 – 8, 17 – 9 = 9, 8 2
E…yýl§ýl$. ∴B Æð‡…yýl$ Ü
ç …QÅË$ 8, 9.