NTSE-BIHAR-2009

(STAGE-I)
HINTS AND SOLUTIONS
(SAT + MAT)
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ANSWER KEY
HINTS & SOLUTIONS
NTSE BIHAR-2009 (STAGE-I)
CLASS-VIII [SAT]
1. oscillate uo and down at same place.
2. Zero and 2tR
3. Time period, T =
k
m
m and k for both springs are same so,
t
1
: t
2
: 1 : 1
5. (C) Reason is ÷ Fish looking at appereant hight.
Not actual height.
6. Distance = Velocity of sound × Time
= 330 m/s × 5 = 1650 s
9. Alternating current and 50 Hz
10. Nuclear Fusion
11. Serpentine
19. MnO
2
+ 4HCl ÷÷ Cl
2
+ MnCl
2
+ 2H
2
O
1 mole of MnO
2
produces one mole of Cl
2
.
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
A. D A C B B C B C D B C D C D B
Q. 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
A. A B C C D A B A B D C D B D B
Q. 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45
A. D D D D C C A B B A C D D C D
Q. 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
A. B D B C A D B C D A A D B B D
Q. 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75
A. C B C C C C A B D A D D A B D
Q. 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90
A. A C D A B D C C A D B C A B A
moles of Cl
2
obtained =
4 . 22
. lit in CO of Volume
2
=
4 . 22
100
mole
mole of MnO
2
=
4 . 22
100
× 87 = 338.4 g
21. PbCl
2
(aq) + K
2
CrO
4
÷÷ PbCrO
4
+ 2HCl
Yellow ppt.
71. According to the given option 100489 is a
perfect square of 317 i.e. 317
2
= 100489
72. Given
3
008 . 0
027 . 0
+
04 . 0
09 . 0
=
3 / 1
8
27
|
.
|

\
|
+
2 / 1
4
9
|
.
|

\
|
=
2
3
+
2
3
= 3 (none of these)
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73. Let number of toffees both type are = x
now, CP of 1 toffee of first type = Rs.
11
10
and CP of 1 toffee of second type = Rs.
9
10
So, CP of 2 toffees =
|
.
|

\
|
+
9
10
11
10
= Rs.
99
200
and SP of 1 toffee = Rs.1
so SP of 2 toffee = Rs.2
loss =
99
200
– 2 = Rs.
99
2
loss% =
99
200
99
2
× 100 = 1%
74. CP of chair = 1200
profit = 12%
So, SP of the cheir = 1200 ×
100
112
= Rs.1344
Discount = 16%
So, markect price of the chair = 1344 ×
84
100
= Rs.1600
75. Let the principle = Rs.P
A.T.Q.
100
5 6 2 P ÷ × ×
= 5200
¬ p =
65 2
5 6 2 5200
×
÷ × ×
¬ p = 40, 000
Now, CI. = p
p
100
r
1
2
÷ |
.
|

\
|
+
= 40000

÷ |
.
|

\
| ÷
+ 1
100
5 6
1
2
= 40000

÷ |
.
|

\
|
1
100
165
2
= 40000 ×
10000
27225
– 40000
= 108900 – 40000
= 68900
76. Let 2a + 5b x and 2a – 5b = y
Now (2a + 5b)
3
+ (2a – 5b)
3
= x
3
+ y
3
= (x + y) [x
2
+ y
2
– xy]
By substituting the values
(2a + 5b)
3
+ (2a – 5b)
3
= (2a + 5b + 2a – 5b) [(2a + 5b)
2
+ (2a – 5b)
2
(2a + 5b) (2a – 5b)]
= 4a [2[(2a)
2
+ (5b)
2
] – [(2a)
2
– (5b)
2
]]
= 4a [8a
2
+ 50b
2
– 4a
2
+ 25b
2
]
= 4a [4a
2
+ 75b
2
]
Hence, 4a is one of the factor of the given
expression
77. Let the number is 10x + y
Now, x + y = 9 ...(i)
and ATQ 10y + x – 10x – y = 27
y – x = 3 ...(ii)
from equation (i) & (ii) y = 6 and x = 3
Hence, the number is = 10 × 3 + 6 = 36.
78. ATQ
Sidect the square = 5 cm
So, the diagonal of the square is d =
2 2
5 9 +
d =
2 5
Hence, the perimeter is p = 3d
p = 3 ×
2 5
p =
2 15
cm
79.
L
M
N
t
P
x
a
b
c
q
r
s
u
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 L || M
& M || L
and Zp = 65º
So, Zqab = 65 (V.O. angle)
and ZSCU = Zqab = 65º
(corresponding angle)
80. ATQ
DB = AD = AB
So, the AABD is an equalilateral triangle
Hence, ZA = 60º
81.
O
B
C
A
40º
 angle substand by any are at the centre
of the circle is toice of the angle substanded by
the same are at the circum ference.
Hence, ZAOC = 2 ZABC
ZAOC = 2 × 40º
ZAOC = 80º
82. radius of the circle = 7cm
circumference of the circle = 2 ×
7
22
× 7
= 44 cm
ATQ
perimeter the square = circumference of the
circle
4a = 44
a = 11 cm
83.
D C
30 m
30 m
B A
10 m
ATQ
area of the shaded region =
º 360
r
2
u t
here, r = 10m, u = 90º
So, area =
7
22
×
360
90 10 10 × ×
=
7
530
= 78.57 m
2
84. Given CSA of a cylinder (2trh) = 4.4
rh =
22 2 10
7 44
× ×
×
rh =
10
7
m
2
and d = 2r = 1.4 =
10
14
¬ r =
10
7
So, h = 1 m
Now,
TSA = CSA + 2pr
2
= 4.4 + 2 ×
7
22
×
10
7
×
10
7
=
100
308 440 +
=
100
748
= 7.48 m
2
85. Given diameter of a cone = 24 cm
¬ 2r = 24 cm
or r = 12 cm
and h = 9 cm
Now,  =
2 2
r h +
=
2 2
9 12 +
=
81 144 +
 =
225
= 15 cm
and CSA = trl =
7
22
× 12 × 15
=
7
3960
= 565
86. Inner radius of the bowl is r = 5 cm
Thicknes of the bowl is = 0.25 cm
So, its outer radius (R) = 5 to 25 = 5.25
and its outer carved surface area =
CSA = 2tr
2
CSA = 2 ×
7
22
×
4
21
×
4
21
CSA =
112
19404
CSA = 173.25
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87.
According to the question
Diameter of the circle = side of the square
2r = 28
r = 14 cm
area of the remaining portion
= area of the square - area of the circle
= 28 × 28 –
7
22
× 14 × 14
= 784 – 616 = 168 cm
2
88. According to the problem when we revolve the
triangle with respect to its 12 cm side then it
formed a cone of height (h) = 12 cm and of
base radius (r) = 5 cm
So, volume of that cone =
3
1
× t × r
2
× h
=
3
1
× 3 – 14 × 5 × 5 × 12
= 3 – 14 × 100 = 314 cm
2
89. Volume of a cone =
3
1
tr
1
2
h
1
Volume of a cylinder = tr
2
2
h
2
Volume of semi-sphere =
3
2
tr
3
Given r
1
= r
2
= r
3
= h
1
= h
2
Hence, V
cone
: V
cye
: V
h.s.
=
3
1
tr
3
: tr
3
:
3
2
tr
3
=
3
1
: 1 :
3
2
= 1 : 3 : 2
90. Given the mean of sin number = 15
then sum of the sin number = 15 × 6 = 90
It 2 is taken away from each number then the
new sum = 90 – 6 × 2 = 78
and the new mean would be =
6
78
= 13
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