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Mathematics

CBSE Question Paper, 2009

Maximum Marks: 80 Time: 3 Hrs

2. The question paper consist of 30questions divided into four sections A,

B,C and D. Section A comprises of 10 questions of one mark each, section

B comprises of 5 questions of two marks each ,section C comprises of 10

questions of three marks each and section D comprises of 5 questions of

six marks each.

3. All questions in Section A are to be answered in one word, one sentence

or as per the exact requirement of the question.

4. In question on construction, the drawing should be neat and exactly as

per the given measurements.

5. Use of calculators is not permitted. You may ask for mathematical tables,

if required.

6. There is no overall choice. However, internal choice has been provided in

one question of 02 marks each, three questions of 03 marks each and two

questions of 06 marks each. You have to attempt only one of the

alternatives in all such questions.

Section A

43

Q.1 The decimal expansion of the rational number , will terminate

2 .53

4

Q.2 For what value of k, (-4) is a zero of the polynomial x² - x – (2k+ 2)?

Q.3 For what value of p, are 2p – 1, 7 and 3p three consecutive terms of

an A.P.?

Q.4 In Fig. 1, CP and CQ are tangents to a circle with centre O. ARB is

another tangent touching the circle at R. If CP = 11 cm, and BC = 7

cm, then find the length of BR.

P

A

O R C

B

Q

Fig1

b and c are length of LM, MN and NK respectively.

Fig 2

1

Q.6 If sin θ = , then find the value of (2 cot² θ + 2).

3

Q.7 Find the value of a, so that the point (3, a) lies on the line represented

by 2x – 3y = 5.

Q.8 A cylinder and a cone are of same base radius and of same height.

Find the ratio of the volume of cylinder to that of the cone.

−8 2

Q.9 Find the distance between the points ,2 and ,2 .

5 5

Q.10 Write the median class of the following distribution:

Classes Frequency

0 – 10 4

10 – 20 4

20 – 30 8

30 – 40 10

40 – 50 12

50 – 60 8

60 – 70 4

Section B

Q.11 If the polynomial 6x4 + 8x³ + 17x² + 21x + 7 is divided by another

polynomial 3x² + 4x + 1, the remainder comes out to be (ax + b), find

a and b.

Q.12 Find the value(s) of k for which the pair of linear equations

kx + 3y = k – 2 and 12x + ky = k has no solution.

Q.13 If Sn, the sum of first n terms of an A.P. is given by Sn = 3n²-4n, then

find its nth term.

Q.14 Two tangents PA and PB are drawn to a circle with centre O from an

external point P. Prove that ∠ APB = 2 ∠ OAB.

A

P

O

Fig 3

OR

Prove that the parallelogram circumscribing a circle is a circle.

sin3 θ + cos3 θ

Q.15 Simplify: + sin θ cos θ

sin θ + cos θ

Section C

Q.16 Prove that 5 is an irrational number.

Q.17 Solve the following pair of equations:

5 1

+ =2

x −1 y − 2

6 3

− =1

x −1 y − 2

Q.18 The sum of 4th and 8th terms of an A.P. is 24 and sum of 6th and 10th

terms is 44. Find A.P.

Q.19 Construct a ∆ABC in which BC = 6.5 cm, AB = 4.5 cm and ∠ ABC =

3

60°. Construct a triangle similar to this triangle whose sides are of

4

the corresponding sides of the triangle ABC.

Q.20 In fig. 4, ∆ABC is right angled at C and DE ⊥ AB. Prove that ∆ ABC ~ ∆

ADE and hence find the lengths of AE and DE. A

E

3 cm

2 cm

12 cm

B C

Fig 4

Or

In Fig. 5, DEFG is a square and ∠ BAC = 90°. Show that DE²=BD x EC.

D

F

B G A

Fig 5

Or

Without using trigonometrical tables, evaluate:

cos58° sin22° cos 38° cos ec52°

+ −

sin32° cos 68° tan18° .tan35° tan60° tan72° tan55°

Q.22 Find the point on y – axis which is equidistant from the points (5, -2)

and (-3, 2).

Or

The line segment joining the points A (2, 1) and B(5, -8) is trisected at

the points P and Q such that P is nearer to A. If P also lies on the line

given by 2x – y + k = 0, find the value of k.

Q.23 If P (x, y) is any point on the line joining the points A(a, 0) and B(0, b)

x y

then show that + = 1.

a b

Q.24 In Fig. 6, PQ = 24 cm, PR = 7 cm and O is the centre of the circle.

Find the area of shaded region (take π = 3.14).

Q

Fig 6

Q.25 The king, queen and jack of clubs are removed from a deck of 52

playing cards and the remaining cards are shuffled. A card is drawn

from the remaining cards. Find the probability of getting a card of:

(i) heart (ii) queen (iii) clubs.

Section D

Q.26 The sum of the squares of two consecutive odd numbers is 394. Find

the numbers.

Or

Places A and B are 100 km apart on a highway. One car starts from A

and B at the same time. If the cars travel in the same direction at

different speeds, they meet in 5 hours. If they travel towards other,

they meet in 1 hour. What are the speeds of the two cars?

Q.27 Prove that, if a line is drawn parallel to one side of a triangle to

intersect the other two sides in distinct points, the other two sides are

divided in the same ratio.

Using the above result, do the following:

In Fig. 7, DE||BC and BD = CE. Prove that ∆ ABC is an isosceles

triangle

D E

B C

Fig 7

Q.28 A straight highway leads to the foot of a tower. A man standing at the

top of the tower observes a car at an angle of depression of 30°, which

is approaching the foot of the tower with a uniform speed. Six second

later the angle of depression of the car is found to be 60°. Find the

time taken by the car to reach the foot of the tower from this point.

Q.29 From a solid cylinder whose height is 8 cm and radius 6 cm, a conical

cavity of height 8 cm and of base radius 6 cm, is hollowed out. Find

the volume of the remaining solid correct to two places of decimals.

Also find the total surface area of the remaining solids.(take π=3.1416)

Or

In Fig 8, ABC is a right triangle right angled at A. Find the area of

shaded region if AB = 6 cm, BC = 10 cm and O is the centre of the

incircle of ∆ ABC. (take π = 3.14)

C

A B

Fig 8

Q.30 The following table gives the daily income of 50 workers of a factor:

Daily income (in Rs.) 100 – 120 120 – 140 140 – 160 160 – 180 180 – 200

Number of workers 12 14 8 6 10

Set 1

CBSE Past Year 2009

Solutions

X Math

43 43 × 5 215

Ans1. 4 3

= 4 4

= .0215

=

2 .5 2 .5 104

Hence, the rational number will terminate after 4 decimal places.

(1 mark)

Ans 2.

( −4) is a zero of polynomial x2 − x − (2k + 2)

( )

⇒ −42 − (−4) − (2k + 2) = 0

⇒ 16 + 4 − 2k − 2 = 0

⇒ 2k = 18 ⇒k =9

(1 mark)

Ans3.

2p − 1, 7, 3p are three con sec utive terms of an AP

⇒ 7 − (2p − 1) = 3p − 7

⇒ 8 − 2p = 3p − 7

⇒ 5p = 15 ⇒ p = 3

(1 mark)

are equal

Hence, CP = CQ and BQ = BR

CQ = 11 cm, BC = 7 cm

BQ = CQ – BC = 4 cm

⇒ BR = 4 cm.

(1 mark)

Ans 5. ∠M = ∠N = 46o and ∠ K =∠ K (common)

So ∆LMK ~ ∆PNK

(AA similarity)

LM MK

=

PN NK

LM PN

Hence, =

MK NK

a x

⇒ =

b+c c

ac

⇒x=

b+c

(1 Mark)

Ans6.

1

sinθ = ⇒ co sec θ = 3

3

To find : 2cot2θ + 2

We know that co sec2 θ − cot2θ = 1

⇒ cot2θ = co sec2 θ − 1

2cot2θ + 2 = 2(co sec2 θ − 1) + 2

= 2co sec2 θ

= 2 × 9 = 18

(1 Mark)

Ans7.

(3, a) lies on 2x − 3y = 5

⇒ 2×3 − 3× a = 5

⇒ 6 − 3a = 5

1

⇒ 3a = 1 ⇒ a =

3

(1 Mark)

Height = h

Volume of cylinder= πr2h

1

Volume of cone = π2h

3

2

Volume of cylinder πr h

= = 3:1

Volume of cone 1 2

πr h

3

(1 Mark)

Ans9.

Given: Points

−8 2

A , 2 ,B , 2

5 5

2

2 8 2

AB = 5 + 5 + (2 − 2)

= 4+0

= 2 units

(1 Mark)

Ans10.

Classes Frequency cf

0-10 4 4

10-20 4 8

20-30 8 16

30-40 10 26

40-50 12 38

50-60 8 46

60-70 4 50

N=50

N/2 = 25 so the class with cumulative frequency just greater then 25 is the

class 30-40

Hence, median class is 30 – 40. (1 Mark)

Ans11.

2x2 + 5

3x2 + 4x + 1 6x4 + 8x3 + 17x2 + 21x + 7

− − −

15x2 + 21x + 7

15x2 + 20x + 5

− − −

x +2

(1 Mark)

ax + b = x+ 2

Hence, a = 1 b=2 (1 Mark)

Ans12. For the system of equations

k x + 3y = k-2 and 12x + ky = k to be inconsistent i.e no solution

a1 b1 c

= ≠ 1

a2 b2 c2

k 3 k −2

i.e = ≠ (1 Mark)

12 k k

k2 = 36

k = 6 or − 6

Hence, for k=6 and -6, the pair of linear equations will have no solution. (1

Mark)

n

= [2 a + (n − 1)d]

2

T o fin d = n th te rm

= Sn − Sn −1

= 3n 2 − 4 n − 3(n − 1)2 + 4 (n − 1) (1m a rk )

2 2

= 3n − 4 n − 3n − 3 + 6n + 4n − 4

= 6n − 7

H e n ce n th te rm o f th e A P is 6 n − 7 (1m a rk )

Ans14. Join OB

∠APB = 180 − (∠PAB + ∠PBA)

PA = PB(tan gents from an external point to a circle are equal)

⇒ ∠PAB = ∠PBA

∴ ∠APB = 180 − 2∠PAB (1 mark)

∠OAP = 90 (radius is ⊥ to tan gent at the point of contact)

⇒ ∠OAB + ∠BAP = 90

⇒ ∠APB = 180 − 2(90 − ∠OAB)

= 180 − 180 + 2∠OAB

⇒ ∠APB = 2∠OAB (1mark)

OR

circle

To show: ABCD is a rhombus.

Proof:

We know that tangents drawn from external point to a circle are

Equal.

Hence,

AX = AT

BX = BY

CY = CZ

DZ = DT (1 mark)

AB = AX + BX = AT + BY

= (AD – TD) +BY

= (AD-DZ) + BY

= BC – DZ + BY

=BC – (CD – CZ) +BY

=BC – (AB – CY) + BY

=BC – AB + BC (1 mark)

⇒ 2 AB = 2 BC

⇒AB = BC

Hence, ABCD is a rhombus.

Ans15.

sin3 θ + cos3 θ

Consider + sin θ cos θ

sin θ + cos θ

(sin θ + cos θ)(sin2 θ + cos2 θ − sin θ cos θ)

= + sin θ cos θ (1mark)

sin θ + cos θ

(Usin g a 3

+ b3 = (a + b)(a2 + b2 − ab) )

= 1 − sin θ cos θ + sin θ cos θ (usin g sin2 θ + cos2 θ = 1)

=1 (1mark)

a

Than, 5 = a, b are integers

b

a and b are co-prime , b ≠ 0

Squaring both sides, we get (1 mark)

a2

5=

b2

a2 = 5b2

⇒ b2 divides a2

⇒ b divides a2

⇒ b divides a

⇒ a and b have a common factor other 1 (1 mark)

This leads in contradiction as a and b are co-prime

Hence, our assumptions is wrong

Hence, 5 is irrational (1 mark)

Ans17. Let

1 1

=a , =b

x −1 y −2

⇒ 5a + b = 2

1

6a − 3b = 1 ( mark)

2

30a + 6b = 12

30a − 15b = 5

− + −

21b = 7 (1 mark)

1 1 1 1

b= = = ⇒ y − 2 = 3 ⇒ y = 5( mark)

3 y−2 3 2

1

5a + =2

3

1 5

⇒ 5a = 2 −

=

3 3

1 1 1

⇒a= ⇒ = ⇒ x − 1= 3

3 x −1 3

⇒x=4

Here, x = 4, y = 5 (1 mark)

Common difference=d

a4 + a8 = 24

a6 + a10 = 44

a+3d+a+7d=24

2a+10d=24_________(1) (1/2 mark)

a+5d+a+9d=44

2a+14d=44_________(2) (1 mark)

2a + 10d = 24

2a + 14d = 44

− − −

− 4d = −20

d=5 (1 mark)

2a+50=24 ⇒2a=-26

=a=-13

Hence, the AP is -13,-8, -3, 2, 7,… (½ mark)

Ans.19

(3 mark)

Ans20. In ∆ABC and ∆ADE

∠A = ∠A (Common)

∠ACB = ∠AED = 90 (given)

∴ ∆ABC ∼ ∆ADE (by AA similarity)

AB BC AC

⇒ = = (1mark)

AD DE AE

AB 12 5

⇒ = =

3 DE AE

AB2 = BC2 + AC2

= 144 + 25 = 169

⇒ AB = 13cm (1mark)

36

Hence, DE = cm (1mark)

13

15

AE = cm

13

Or

To show:- DE2 = BD × EC

∆BDG ∼ ∆BAC

∠B (Common)

∠BDG = ∠BAC = 90 o

∴ ∆BDG ∼ ∆FEC

DG BC BD

= = (1mark)

EC CF EF

DE BC BD

= =

EC CF DE

DE2 = BD × EC (1mark)

Ans21.

Consider an equilateral triangle ABC with side a and AD as perpendicular

bisector of ∠A

Hence, AD ⊥ BC

Now AD is also the angle bisector of ∠BAC.

Now in ∆ADB (1 mark)

∠BAD = 30o

Perpendicular a 1

sin 30o = = =

Hypotenuse 2.a 2

(1 mark)

1

Hence, sin 30 =

2

(1 mark)

OR

+ −

sin32 cos68 tan18 tan35 tan60 tan72 tan55

cos58 = cos(90 − 32 ) = sin32

sin22 = sin(90 − 68 ) = cos68

cos38 = cos(90 − 52 ) = sin52

tan18 = tan(90 − 72 ) = cot72

1

tan35 = tan(90 − 35 ) = cot55 (1 marks)

2

sin32 sin22 sin52 cos ec 52

= + −

sin32 sin22 tan18 tan35 tan60 cot 18 cot35

1 1 1

= 1+ 1− = 2− (1 marks)

1.1. 3 3 2

Ans22. Let the point on y-axis be (0, y) (1 mark)

(−2 − y)2 + (5 − 0)2 = (2 − y)2 + (−3 − 0)2

4 + y2 + 4y + 25 = 4 + y2 − 4y + 9 (1mark)

8y = −16

y = −2 (1mark)

The point on y-axis which is equidistant from (5,-2) & (-3, 2) is (0.-2)

OR

1× 5 + 2 × 2 1× 8 + 2 × 1

,

3 3

Thus, coordinates of P =

10 1

= 3, 1 marks

3 2

P lies on 2x-y+k=0

10

2×3 − +k = 0

3

10 8 1

6− +k = 0 ⇒ k = − 12 marks

3 3

Ans23.

ratio say

k: 1

Applying section formula

a.1 + k.0 kb + 1.0

x= ,y =

k +1 k +1

a

ie x = ....(i),

k +1

kb

y= .....(ii)

k +1

x 1 a 1

From(i) = ⇒ k = −1 1 marks

a k +1 x 2

Using this in (ii) we get

a

x − 1 b

y=

a

x

ay ab

⇒ = −b

x x

ay + bx ab

⇒ =

x x

⇒ ay + bx = ab

y x

⇒ + =1

b a

x y 1

⇒ + = 1 1 marks

a b 2

which is the required condition.

Ans24. PQ = 24 cm PR = 7 cm

Angle is a semicircle is 90

∴ ∠RPQ = 90

∴ PR2 + PQ2 = QR2

72 + 242 = QR 2

QR 2 = 576 + 49 = 625

QR = 25cm

25

∴ Radius of the circle = cm (1mark)

2

Area of shaded region

=Area of semicircle – are of ∆PQR (1/2 mark0

1 25 25 1

= ×π× × − × 7 × 24

2 2 2 2

1 3.14 × 25 × 25

= − 168

2 4

1 1962.5

= − 168 (1mark)

2 4

1

= ( 490.825 − 168 )

2

1

= (322.825)

2

1

= 161.4125cm2 ( mark)

2

After removing king, queen, jack of clubs, total cards = 49 cards

13

(i) P (Heart) =

49

3

(ii) P (Queen) =

49

10

(iii) P (clubs) =

49

(1 mark each)

Section – D

According to question,

X2 + (X + 2)2 = 394 (1mark)

X2 + X2 + 4X + 4 = 394

⇒ 2X2 + 4X − 390 = 0

⇒ X2 + 2X − 195 = 0 (1mark)

2

⇒ X + 15X − 13X − 195 = 0

⇒ (X + 15)(X − 13) = 0

X = −15, 13 (2 marks)

So the consecutive integers are 13, 15 or

-15, -13 (1 mark)

OR

dis tan ce

Speed =

time

(1 mark)

dis tan ce

⇒ time =

speed

If cars travel towards each other than relative speed will be (x +y)

Km/h. If cars travel in same direction then relative speed will be

(x-y) km/h (1 mark)

According to question,

100

= 1 ⇒ x + y = 100.....(i)

x+y

(2 mark)

100

= 5 ⇒ x − y = 20....(ii)

x−y

Solving (i) and (ii) we get

x= 60 km/h

y = 40 km/h (2 marks)

Ans27. Given: ∆PQR, in which XY||QR intersects other two sides PQ and PR

at X and Y respectively

ΡΧ ΡY

To prove:- =

ΧQ YR

each)

1 1

Proof : Area of ∆ PXY = × base × height = × ΡΧ × YN

2 2

1

Area of ∆ PXY = PY × ΧΜ

2

1

Similarly Area of ∆ QXY = QX × NY

2

1

Area of ∆ RXY = YR × ΧΜ

2

Therefore

1

area ( ∆ΡΧY ) × ΡΧ × YN

= 2

ΡΧ

= (1)

area ( ∆QΧY ) 1 QΧ

× QΧ × YΝ

2

1

ar ( ∆ΡXY ) × PY × ΧΜ

PY

= 2 = (2)

ar ( ∆RXY ) 1 YR

× YR × ΧΜ

2

∆ QXY and ∆ RXY are on same base XY and between the same parallels XY

and QR.

ΡΧ ΡY

=

ΧQ YR

1

Hence, proved (2 marks)

2

(ii) Part

Given: DE BC, BD = CE

To prove: AB = AC

Proof In ∆ABC since DE BC u sin g BPT

So

AD AE

=

DB EC

AD DB

⇒ = =1

AE EC

⇒ AD = AE

So AD + DB = AE + EC

⇒ AB = AC

⇒ ∆ABC is isosceles

(2 marks)

Ans28.

(1 mark)

Let DC be the tower and initial position of car be A and after 6 sec, it

Reaches point B

In ∆DAC

DC 1

= tan 30 =

AC 3

AC

⇒ DC = ...(i)

3 (1 mark)

In ∆DBC

DC

= tan 60 = 3

BC

DC = 3 BC ....(ii)

(1 mark)

AC

= 3 BC

3

AB + BC

= 3 BC

3 (2 marks)

⇒ AB = 2BC

Car is traveling with uniform speed it takes 6 sec. to travel distance AB. So

time taken to travel distance BC will be 3 sec.

(1 mark)

Ans29.

Radius of cylinder = 6 cm

Height of cylinder = 8 cm

Radius of Cone = 6 cm

Height of Cone = 8 cm (1 mark)

Volume of cylinder =

πr2h

= π62.8

1

= 288πcm3 (1 marks)

2

Volume of Cone =

1 2

π6 .8

3

1

= 96πcm3 (1 marks)

2

Volume of Remaining solid

= Volume of cylinder − Volume of cone

= 288π − 96π

= 192π (1mark)

= 192 × 3.1416 = 603.19cm3 (1mark)

OR

Given AB = 6 cm BC = 10 cm

So BC2 = AB2 + AC2

⇒ AC = 8cm (1mark)

1

Area of ∆ ABC = × 8 × 6 = 24cm2 (1mark)

2

Join OB, OC and OA

Area ( ∆ABC ) = ar ( ∆OBC ) + ar ( ∆OAB )

1

24 = × r × {10 + 6 + 8}

2

48 = 24r

⇒ r = 2cm (2 marks)

So area of circle = 4π

Area of shaded portion=

Ar(∆ABC) − Ar(circle)

= 24 − 4 × 3.14

= 11.44cm2

(2 marks)

Ans30.

100-120 110 12 1320 12

120-140 130 14 1820 26

140-160 150 8 1200 34

160-180 170 6 1020 40

180-200 190 10 1900 50

N = ∑ fi = 50 7260

Mean= = = = 145.2 (2 marks)

∑ fi 50 5

N

N = 50 , = 25 so median class is 120 – 140

2

N

− cf

Median= l + 2

× h

f

l = lower limit of median class = 120

N = 25

2

cf = 12

f = 14

Class size = 20

25 − 12

120 + × 20

Median = 14

= 120 + 18.57 = 138.57

(2 marks)

f1 − f0

Mode = l + ×h

2f1 − f0 − f2

Again highest frequency (14) is of class 120 – 140

f1 = 14 , fo = 12 f2 = 8

14 − 12

So mode = 120 + × 20

28 − 20

2

= 120 + × 20

8

mod e = 125 (2marks)

So mean = 145.2

Median = 138.57

And mode = 125

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