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Real Numbers

Mark (1)

Q 1 Why is 7x11x13¹7 a composite integer?

Q 2 Without actual division, state whether

13

2

0

×5

¨

is a terminating or a non terminating rational number.

Q 3 True or False: ¬1 divides every non zero integer.

Q 4 True or False: II a and b are non-zero integer, then a'b and b'a a = b.

Q 5 Express 140 as the product oI its prime Iactors

Q 6 Determine 875/10

3

is a terminating or a non-terminating decimal expansion.

Q 7 HCF oI two integers 26, 91 is 13, what will be its LCM

Marks (3)

Q 8 Show that any positive odd integer is oI the Iorm 4q ¹ 1 or 4q ¹ 3, where q is some integer.

Q 9 Show that 32 is irrational.

Q 10 Show that 5 3 is irrational

Q 11 2 is irrational.

Q 12 Express 32760 as the product oI its prime Iactors.

Q 13 Find the HCF and LCM oI 6, 72 and 120, using the prime Iactorization method.

Q 14 Find the HCF oI 96 and 404 by the prime Iactorization method. Hence, Iind their LCM.

Q 15 Find the LCM and HCF oI 6 and 20 by the prime Iactorization method.

Q 16 A sweet seller has 420 Kaiu burIis and 130 Badam barIis. She wants to stack them in such a way that each stack has the same

number, and they take up the least area oI the tray. What is the maximum number oI burIis that can be placed in each stack Ior this

purpose?

Q 17 Use Euclid`s division algorithm to Iind the HCF oI 4052 and 12576.

Q 18 Find the largest number that will divide 2053 and 967 and leaves a remainder oI 5 and 7 respectively.

Mathematics For Class 10

Polynomials

Mark (1)

Q 1 II I(x) ÷ ax

3

¹ bx

2

¹ cx ¹ d, a 0, then what will be the sum oI zeroes?

Q 2 II the sum oI the zeroes oI the polynomial I(x) ÷ 2x

3

- 3kx

2

¹ 4x - 5 is 6, then Iind the value oI k.

Q 3 Find a quadratic polynomial, iI the sum and the product oI the zeroes are 4 and 4 respectively.

Q 4 The product oI two zeroes oI the polynomial I(x) ÷ 2x

3

¹ 6x

2

-4x ¹ 9 is 3, then Iind its third zero.

Q 5 II (x ¹ 2)(2x - 1)(3x - 2) ÷ 0, Iind the zeroes oI the polynomial.

Q 6 II I(x) is divisble by q(x), what will be the value oI r(x), where I(x) ÷ g(x)q(x) ¹ r(x)?

Q 7 Find the zeroes oI the polynomial 6x

2

3.

Q 8 Find the zeroes oI the quadratic polynomial x

2

4x ¹ 3.

Q 9 Find the zeroes oI the quadratic polynomial x

2

¹ 7x ¹ 10.

Q 10 Find a quadratic polynomial, the sum and product oI its zeroes are 1 and 6 respectively.

Q 11 Find a quadratic equation, whose roots are(1¹\5) and (1-\5) .

Q 12 Find a quadratic polynomial, the sum and product oI its zeroes are 8 and 15 respectively.

Q 13 Given a polynomial p(x). The graph oI y ÷ p(x) intersects the x-axis at three points. Find the number oI zeroes oI p(x).

Q 14 Find a quadratic polynomial, the sum and product oI whose zeroes are -7 and 7 respectively.

Q 15 Find a quadratic polynomial, the sum and product oI whose zeroes are -5 and 4 respectively.

Q 16 Find a quadratic polynomial, the sum and product oI whose zeroes are 3 and 2 respectively.

Q 17 Find the quadratic polynomials, the sum and product oI whose zeroes are 4 and 1 respectively.

Q 18 iI u and þ are the roots oI the equation II

2

+bI +c = Ŵ, Iind the value oI

1

u

+

1

B

.

Q 19 iI u, þ are the roots oI the equation 25x

2

- 10x ¹ 1÷ 0, Iind the value oI u

2

¹ þ

2

.

Marks (2)

Q 20 II the zeroes oI the polynomial I(x) ÷ x

3

- 3x ¹ x ¹ 1 are a b, a and a ¹ b Iind a, b.

Q 21 II u and þ are the zeroes oI the polynomials I(x) ÷ x

2

- px ¹ q, Iind the value oI u

2

¹þ

2

.

Q 22 II u and þ are the zeroes oI a quadratic polynomial such that u ¹ þ ÷ 24 and u - þ ÷ 8, then Iind the quadratic polynomial.

Q 23 Iind a quadratic polynomial, the sum oI whose zeroes is -1 and the sum oI their reciprocals is

1

6

.

Q 24 write a quadratic polynomial, the sum oI whose roots is 2\3 and product is 2.

Q 25 iI u and þ are the roots oI ax

2

- bx ¹ b÷ 0, then what is the value oI \

+

?

Q 26 II u and þ are the zeroes oI polynomial 9x

2

- 3x - 2, evaluate u

-1

¹ þ

-1

.

Q 27 A quadratic polynomial 2x

2

- mx ¹ n has u and þ as its two zeroes. Evaluate u

2

¹ þ

2

.

Q 28 Find a cubic polynomial with the sum, sum oI the products oI its zeroes taken two at a time, and the product oI its zeroes as 2, - 7

and 14 respectively.

Q 29 II u, þ are the roots oI the equation 3x

2

- 4x ¹ 1 ÷ 0, Iind the value oI u

3

¹ þ

3

.

Q 30 II the zeroes oI the polynomial f(x) ÷ x

3

- 3x

2

¹ x ¹ 1 are a b, a and a ¹ b, Iind the values oI a and b.

Q 31 II u and þ are the zeroes oI the quadratic polynomial I(x) ÷ ax

2

¹ bx ¹ c, then evaluate u

2

þ ¹ uþ

2

.

Q 32 II u and þ are the zeroes oI the polynomial p(x) ÷ x

2

- 16x ¹ 63, then Iind the value oI u

4

þ

3

¹ u

3

þ

4

.

Q 33 II the sum oI the squares oI the zeroes oI a quadratic polynomial x

2

18x ¹ p is 180, Iind the value oI p.

Q 34 Find the zeroes oI the quadratic polynomial x

2

4x ¹3.

Q 35 II u, þ are the roots oI the quadratic equation 2x

2

- 13x ¹ 2 ÷ 0, Iind the value oI u

2

¹ þ

2

.

Q 36 II u, þ are the zeroes oI the quadratic polynomial p(x), Iind p(x) iI (u ¹ þ) ÷19 and (u - þ) ÷5.

Q 37 II one root oI the quadratic equation 2x

2

¹ px ¹ 4 ÷ 0 is 2`, then Iind the other root and also Iind the value oI p`.

Q 38 35 II u, þ are the roots oI the quadratic equation 2x

2

- 13x ¹ 2 ÷ 0, Iind the value oI u

2

¹ þ

2

.

Q 39 Find a quadratic polynomial, whose zeroes are (-3¹\3) and (-3 -\3).

Q 40 II u and þ are the roots oI the equation ax

2

¹ bx ¹ c ÷ 0, Iind the value oI (u

2

¹ þ

2

).

Q 41 Find the values oI a and b iI the sum and product oI the zeroes oI the quadratic polynomial 2ax

2

¹ 2bx ¹ 3 are

1

2

IJˤ

3

8

respectively.

Q 42 Find the values oI a and b iI the sum and product oI the zeroes oI the quadratic polynomial ax

2

¹ 4bx ¹ 3 are

1

2

IJˤ

3

16

respectively.

Q 43 Form a quadratic polynomial whose one zero is 4¹ \7 and the sum oI zeroes is 8.

Q 44 Iind the zeroes oI the polynomial I(x)÷ 4\3x

2

¹ 5x ¹2\3

Q 45 II p and q are such that the quadratic polynomial px

2

- 5x ¹ q ÷ 0 has 10 as sum oI the roots and also the product oI the roots, Iind

the values oI p and q.

Q 46 II u and þ are the roots oI the quadratic polynomial 3x

2

- 2x -1÷0, Iind the value oI

+

**, without Iinding the value oI u and þ.
**

Q 47 II u and þ are the zeroes oI the quadratic polynomial I(x)÷x

2

- px ¹q, then Iind the value oI

1

+

1

,

Q 48 u and þ are the zeroes oI the polynomial I(x)÷6s

2

¹s-12, then evaluate u

2

¹ þ

2

.

Q 49 II sum oI the squares oI zeroes oI the polynomial f(t) ÷ t

2

8t ¹ p is 40, Iind the value oI p.

Q 50 II u and þ are the zeroes oI the quadratic polynomial g(x) ÷ x

2

- (a ¹ 12)x ¹ 3(3a ¹ 4), such that (u¹ þ) ÷

1

3

(uþ), then Iind the

value oI a.

Q 51 Find a cubic polynomial whose zeroes are 3, 8 and 1.

Q 52 Find a cubic polynomial whose zeroes are m,

n and r such that (m ¹ n ¹ r) ÷ - 9, (mn ¹ nr ¹ rm) ÷ 6 and mnr ÷ 56.

Q 53 Find a cubic polynomial with the sum, sum oI the product oI it zeroes taken two at a time, and product oI its zeroes as 2, -41 and

42 respectively

Q 54 Use the division algorithm to Iind the quotient q(v) and remainder r(v), when f(v) ÷ 8v

4

12v

3

2v

2

¹ 15v 4 is divided by g(v)

÷ 2v

2

3v ¹ 1.

Marks (3)

Q 55 II u and þ are the zeroes oI the quadratic polynomial I(x) ÷ 4x

2

¹ 4x ¹ 4, such that u

2

¹þ

2

÷ 2u, Iind the value oI u.

Q 56 Divide -x

3

¹ 3x

2

- 3x ¹ 5 by -x

2

¹ x - 1 and veriIy the division algorithm.

Q 57 Find a quadratic polynomial, the sum and product oI whose zeroes are -3 and 2 respectively.

Q 58 Find the values oI a and b so that x

4

¹ x

3

¹ 8x

2

¹ ax ¹ b is divisible by x

2

¹ 1.

Q 59 Find the condition that the zeroes oI the polynomial I(x) ÷ x

3

- px

2

¹ qx - r may be in arithmetic progression

Q 60 Find the zeroes oI the polynomial f(x) ÷ x

3

- 5x

2

16x ¹ 80, iI its two zeroes are equal in magnitude but opposite in sign.

Q 61

Q 62 Find the zeroes oI the quadratic polynomial 8x

2

21 - 22x and veriIy the relationship between the zeroes and the coeIIicients oI

the polynomial.

Q 63

Q 64

Q 65 II the square oI the diIIerence oI the zeroes oI the polynomial f(x) ÷ x

2

¹ kx ¹ 85 is equal to 144, evaluate the value oI k.

Q 66 Evaluate the values oI b` iI m and n are the zeroes oI the polynomial q(y) ÷ by

2

35y ¹ 12 and m

2

¹ n

2

÷ 1.

Q 67 Check whether the polynomial l(x) ÷ x

2

5x ¹ 1 is a Iactor oI the polynomial m(x) ÷ 4x

4

13x

3

31x

2

¹ 35x 10 by dividing

m(x) by l(x).

Q 68 The zeroes oI a quadratic polynomial p(x) ÷ 2x

2

¹ x ¹ n are and . Find the value oI n iI

Q 69 II and are the zeroes oI the polynomial I(x) ÷ 6x

2

¹ x 12, then Iind a quadratic polynomial whose zeroes are ¹

2 and ¹ 2.

Q 70 Find a polynomial whose zeroes are the reciprocals oI the zeroes oI the polynomial I(y) ÷ 9y

2

18y ¹ 8.

Q 71 II the zeroes oI the polynomial x

3

- 3x

2

¹ x ¹ 1 are (a b), a and (a ¹ b), Iind a and b.

Q 72 Find the zeroes oI the quadratic polynomial I(x) ÷ x

2

¹ 5x ¹ 6 and veriIy the relationship between the zeroes and the coeIIicients

oI the polynomial.

Q 73 Find the zeroes oI the quadratic polynomial f(x) ÷ abx

2

¹ (b

2

ac)x - bc and veriIy the relationship between the zeroes and the

coeIIicients oI the polynomial.

Q 74

Q 75 What are the quotient and the remainder when 3x

4

¹ 5x

3

7x

2

¹ 2x ¹ 2 is divided by x

2

¹ 3x ¹ 1?

Q 76 II and are the zeroes oI the polynomial g(v) ÷ v

2

- v - 6, then Iind a quadratic polynomial whose zeroes are 3 ¹ 2

and 2 ¹ 3 .

Q 77

Q 78 Use the division algorithm to Iind the quotient q(v) and the remainder r(v) when f(v) ÷ 12v

3

¹ 17v

2

20v 10 is divided by g(v)

÷ 3v

2

¹ 2v - 5.

Q 79 II (Z 3) is a Iactor oI Z

3

¹ aZ

2

¹ bZ ¹ 18 and a ¹ b ÷ -7, Iind a and b.

Q 80 Find a quadratic polynomial whose zeroes are (2 ¹1) and (2 ¹ 1), iI and are the zeroes oI the polynomial P(x) ÷

2x

2

7x ¹ 6.

Q 81

Q 82 Find the zeroes oI quadratic polynomial I(x) ÷ x

2

3x 28 and veriIy the relationship between the zeroes and the coeIIicients oI

the polynomial.

Q 83 Find the zeroes oI the quadratic polynomial I(x) ÷ x

2

¹7x¹12 and veriIy the relationship between the zeroes and the coeIIicients

oI the polynomial.

Q 84 Find the zeroes oI the quadratic polynomial I(t)÷ t

2

15 and veriIy the relationship between the zeroes and the coeIIicient oI the

polynomial.

Q 85 II and are the zeroes oI the polynomial I(x) ÷ x

2

- 5x ¹ k such that - ÷ 1, Iind the value oI k.

Q 86

Q 87

Q 88 II and are the zeroes oI the quadratic polynomial f(x) ÷ 9x

2

- 9x ¹ 2, then Iind the quadratic polynomial whose zeroes are

( ¹ )

2

and ( - )

2

.

Q 89 Find the zeroes oI the polynomial f(t) ÷ t

3

3t

2

- 25t ¹ 75, iI its two zeroes are equal in magnitude but opposite in sign.

Q 90 The product oI two oI the zeroes oI the polynomial g(t) ÷ t

3

¹ 3t

2

10t 24 is -6. Find the zeroes oI g(t)

Q 91 The zeroes oI the cubic polynomial f(t) ÷ t

3

6t

2

13t ¹ 42 are in A.P. Find its zeroes.

Q 92 II the zeroes oI the cubic polynomial g(x) ÷ x

3

¹ 3x

2

13x 15 are (m n), m and (m ¹ n), then Iind the values oI m and n.

Q 93 Divide the polynomial P(t) ÷ 6t

3

¹ 10t

2

13t ¹ 1 by the polynomial g(t) ÷ 3t 1. Find the quotient and the remainder.

Q 94 Divide the polynomial P(t) ÷ 2t

3

11t

2

¹ 16t 4 by the polynomial g(t) ÷ t

2

2t ¹1 and veriIy the division algorithm.

Marks (6)

Q 95 Find the zeroes oI the polynomial I(x) ÷ x

3

- 5x

2

- 2x ¹ 24, given that the product oI its 2 zeroes is 12.

Q 96 Find the zeroes oI the polynomial I(u) ÷ 4u

2

¹ 8u and veriIy the relationship between the zeroes and its coeIIicients.

Q 97 II and are the zeroes oI the quadratic polynomial 2x

2

- 5x ¹7, Iind a polynomial whose zeroes are 2 ¹ 3 and 3 ¹

2 .

Q 98 II the polynomial I(x) ÷ x

4

- 6x

3

¹ 16x

2

- 25x ¹ 10 is divided by another polynomial x

2

- 2x ¹ k , the remainder comes out to

be x ¹ a , Iind k and a.

Q 99 II two zeroes oI the polynomial I(x) ÷ x

4

- 6x

3

- 26x

2

¹138x - 35 are (2 ¹ 3) and (2 - 3), Iind other zeroes.

Q 100 Find the zeroes oI the polynomial I(x) ÷ x

3

- 5x

2

- 2x ¹ 24, given that the product oI its two zeroes is 12.

Q 101

VeriIy that 3, -1, - are the zeroes oI the cubic polynomial p(x) ÷ 3x

3

- 5x

2

-11x - 3 and then veriIy the relationship between the

zeroes and the coeIIicients.

Q 102 Use the division algorithm to Iind the quotient q(t) and the remainder r(t) when f(t) ÷ 8t

3

38t

2

¹ 36t ¹5 is divided by g(t) ÷ 4t

3.

Q 103 Apply the division algorithm to Iind the quotient and remainder on dividing I(y) by g(y) as given below:

I(y) ÷ y

4

3y

2

¹4y ¹ 5, g(y) ÷ y

2

¹ 1 y

Q 104 Find the zeroes oI the cubic polynomial m(x) ÷ x

3

3x

2

13x ¹ 15, it being given that 1 is one oI the zeroes oI m(x).

Q 105 By applying division algorithm prove that the polynomial g(x) ÷ x

2

¹ 3x ¹ 1 is a Iactor oI the polynomial I(x) ÷ 3x

4

¹ 5x

3

- 7

x

2

¹ 2x ¹ 2.

Q 106 It is given that 2 and - 2 are two zeroes oI the polynomial f(v) ÷ 2v

4

- 3v

3

- 3v

2

¹ 6v - 2, Iind all the zeroes oI f(v).

Q 107

Q 108

Q 109 Find the polynomial g(x), iI q(x) ÷ x 2 is the quotient and r(x) ÷ -2x ¹ 4 is the remainder when f(x) ÷ x

3

3x

2

¹ x ¹ 2 is

divided by g(x).

Q 110 What must be subtracted Irom the polynomial f(v) ÷ 8v

4

¹ 14v

3

2v

2

¹ 7v 8 so as to make it exactly divisible by g(v) ÷ 4v

2

¹

3v 2?

Q 111 A remainder r(x) ÷ (x ¹ a) is obtained when the polynomial f(x) ÷ x

4

6x

3

¹ 16x

2

25x ¹ 10 is divided by the polynomial g(x) ÷

x

2

2x ¹ k. Find the values oI k and a.

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