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Vidyamandir/Sample Paper-6 / Class X

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Sample Paper-6 for 2 Year Admission Test

Time : 1 Hour

M.M. : 100

INSTRUCTIONS :

1. The paper contains 10 Questions.

2. Each question has an integer answer lying between 0 and 99.

3. Each question carries 10 marks.

PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTIONS 1 - 4

Let n be a natural number then we can write n as

distinct primes and

n

p

1

1

p

2

2

p

3

3

.

.

.

.

.

p

k

k

where p 1 , p 2 ,

1

,

2

,

.,

k

are natural numbers, this is known as prime factorization of n.

(i) Number of divisors of

n is

(ii) Sum of divisors of n is

p

0

1

1

1

1

p

1

2

p

2

1

.

1

.

.

.

.

.

p

k

1

1

1

p

0

2

.

p

2

.

.

.

p

2

2

.

.

.

p

0

k

p

1

k

.

.

.

p k are

p

k

k

.

(iii) Number of ways of writing n as product of two natural numbers (order matters i.e. writing n as a . b and b . a are considered differently) is same as number of divisors of n.

For e.g.,

Number of divisors of 500 is 2 13 112

500 2

2

5

3

  Sum of divisors of 500 is  1  2  2 2  1  5  5 2  5 3   7 156  1092  500  1 500, 2  250, 4 125, 10  50, 20  25, 5 100 500 1 250  2 125  4 50 10 25  20 100  5

= 12 ways (ordered) or 6 ways (unordered)

1. Number of divisors of

2

3

21

2

91

1

excluding 1 and number itself is

2. Sum of perfect square divisors of

2

3

21

2

91

1

is A, then number of divisors of A is

3. Number of ways of writing is

4. Number of ordered pairs (a, b) such that L.C.M. (a, b) = 24 is

2

4

21

2

as product of two natural numbers a and b (unordered)

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PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTIONS 5 - 7

Greatest integer and Fractional part brackets :

[x] denotes greatest integer less than or equal to a real number x. We read [x] as greatest integer x.

For Example : [3.9] = 3 (as 3 is the greatest integer which is less than or equal to 3.9)

1.8 2 (as 2 is greatest integer less than or equal to 1.8 )

[4] = 4

[0.4] = 0
3
 2
2
5
2
etc.
 
  

Similarly {x} denotes fractional part of real number x.

Hence any x R given by x x x

2.9 0.9 as 2.9 2.9 2.92 .9 2 0.9

5 0, 1.4 0.6 1.41.41.4 2

2

2 1

Consider the equations x y z 200.0 , x y z 190.1, x y z 178.8 (where [.] denotes

greatest integer, {.} fractional part)

5. The value of [x] is

6. The value of [z] is

7.

The value of y x z is

PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTIONS 8 - 10

Consider a number satisfying following properties :

 (a)  3  1 (b) These two properties implies : (c)  4   (d)

1

2

0

3

n

1

n N

(f)

1  or 1  or 1

2

2

2

(g)

Also note :

3

n

n

1

3

 

1

2

n

2

 

3

.

.

3

n

3

.

 

n

 

2

n

n

1

2

3

0

etc.

(e)

1

2

or

1

2

Vidyamandir/Sample Paper-3/Class X

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n

2

1

2

2

2

.

.

.

n

2

n

n

1



2

n

1

6

and

n 3

1

3

2

3

.

.

.

n

3

n n 1

 

2

   

2

8. Let be the number satisfies properties (a) and (b), then :

then

1 
2  
A  10 is

2

2

2 3 3

2

3 4 4

1

3

1

3

2

3

1

3

2

3

3

3

9. Sum of first 9 terms of sequence

1

, ,

1

3

4

5

1

334

3

 

5

3

,

365

10. If satisfies properties (a) and (b) then

 

2

.

.

.

is

2

is

9 10

10

2

A