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MOCK EXAMINATION QUESTION

MATHEMATICS
STD-X
Time: 2½ Hrs. F.M :80

( SECTION – A )
( Attempt all questions from this section)
Question-1
(a) (x – 2 ) is a factor of the polynomial ax3 – x2 – bx - 6 and leaves no remainder when divided by (x + 1 ), find
the values of a and b . With these values of a and b , factorise the given expression correctly. [3]
(b) Two mixtures contains milk and honey are in the ratio of 7 : 2 and 5 : 1. In what ratio these two
mixtures should be mixed so that the resulting mixture may contain milk and honey in the ratio 9 : 2 . [3]
(c) A company sold a computer to the realer at ₹ 18,000.The dealer sold it to the showroom owner at a
profit of 15% and the showroom owner sold it to the customer at a profit of 20%.If the rate of GST is
12.5%,find
(i)The GST paid by the company.
(ii)The GST paid by the dealer.
(iii) The GST paid by the Showroom owner.
(iv)The tax paid by the customer. [4]

Question-2
(a) A bag contains 6 red balls ,9 green balls and 15 white balls. A ball is chosen at random from the bag, find the
probability that : (i) It is not a red ball.
(ii)It is either white or a red ball.
(iii)It is neither green nor a red ball. [3]
(b)Solve and graph the solution set on the real number line. [3]

𝑥–4 𝑥
x ≥ ≤ 3– , x∈I
2 3
( c) Find the mean of following data , using short-cut method. [4]

Class Interval Frequency


0-10 18
10-20 22
20-30 10
30-40 8
40-50 17
Question-3
2 cos 60 – 2 sin 30 cot 45 𝑐𝑜𝑠𝑒𝑐 30
(a) Evaluate : [ ][ ] [3]
− tan 45 cos 0 sec 60 sin 90
(b) Subham deposited ₹300 per month in his recurring deposit account for 2 years 6 months. If he gets ₹9930 at
the time of maturity, find the rate of interest per annum. [3]

(c ) In the given figure, AC is the diameter of the circle with centre O.


∟ DBC = 600 and ∟BAC = 400 Find : (i)∟ BDC
(ii)∟ ACD [4]

Question-4
cos 37 𝑐𝑜𝑠68
(a) Without using trigonometric table, Evaluate : + – 8 sin 300 [3]
sin 53 𝑠𝑖𝑛22
(b ) ABCD is a square of side 21 cm. the shaded portion is formed by the overlapping of two quadrant of circle
of radius 21cm. Calculate the (i)Perimeter of the shaded part.
(ii)Area of the shaded part. [3]

( c) The point P ( 3 , 4 ) is reflected to P / in the X-axis; and O / is


The image of O ( the origin) when reflected in the line PP/.
Using graph paper give : (i)The co-ordinate of P/ and O/ .
(ii)The length of the segment PP/ and OO/ .
(iii)The perimeter of the quadrilateral POP/ O/ .
(iv)The geometrical name of the figure POP/ O/ . [4]

( SECTION – B )
( Attempt any four question from this section)

Question-5

𝑐𝑜𝑡Ѳ 𝑐𝑜𝑡Ѳ
(a) Prove that: = [3]
2 –sec Ѳ 1+𝑡𝑎𝑛Ѳ
(b) If a , b , c and d are in continued proportion then prove that : 3a + 2b : 3c + 2d = 5a – 6b : 5c – 6d . [3]
(c ) On a certain sum of money, the difference between simple interest and compound interest payable
half-yearly for one and a half years is ₹183. Find the Sum lent out and the C.I if the rate of interest for both the
cases is 10%. [4]
Question-6

(a) Find the equation of a line, which has the Y-intercept 4 and is parallel to the line 2x – 3y – 7 = 0.Find the co-
ordinates of the point where it cuts the X-axis. [3]
(b) Solve for x : ( x + 3 ) ( x + 5 ) + x ( x – 1 ) = 24 . [3]
(c) Given below are the entries of a Savings Bank Account pass book

Date Particulars Withdrawal in ₹ Deposit in ₹ Balance in ₹


01-01-2010 B/F 3520.00
09-01-2010 To self 1000.00
13-01-2010 By cash 4800.00
09-02-2010 By cash 2000.00
18-03-2010 To transfer 5000.00
10-05-2010 By cheque 4000.00
17-06-2010 To self 2920.00
If the interest for the period of January to June is ₹ 171.00, find the rate of interest. [3]
Question-7

(a) A man sold some 10% ₹ 83 shares at ₹ 100 and invested the proceeds in 12% ₹10 shares at ₹15.By doing so
his annual income decreased by ₹27. Calculate
(i) How many shares did he buy in the beginning?
(ii) The amount with which he proceeded in his second investment. [3]
0
(b) Construct Δ ABC, in which AB = 6cm, and ∟B = 90 , BC = 8 cm and BD AC. Draw a circle throw B ,C , D.
Construct another tangent from A to this circle. Measure the radius of this circle. [3]
(c) A cylindrical container is filled with ice-cream, whose diameter is 12 cm and height is 15 cm. The whole ice
cream is distributed to 10 children in equal cones having hemi-spherical tops.If the height of the conical
portion is twice the diameter of its base, find the diameter of the ice-cream cone. [4]

Question-8
(a) Determine the ratio in which 3x – 5y + 8 = 0divides the join of points ( 4 , 3 ) and ( 8 , 7 ) . [3]
(b)

In the given figure, PM is a tangent to the circle


M and PA AM. Prove that : (i)ΔPMB is isosceles.
(ii) PA . PB = MB2 . [3]

P A B

(c) The angle of elevation of the top of a unfinished tower at a point 120m from its base is 450. How much
higher must the tower be raised so that its angle of elevation at the same point may be 600 . [4]
Question-9

(a) A target on on a dirt board has a centre region of radius R cm and a concentric circle surrounding it of radius
( R + 1 )cm. If the area between the two circles is one-tenth of the area of trhe centre region, find R .
( correct to 1 dp. ) [4]
(b) The following table gives weekly wages of 200 workers in a factory.
Wages in ₹ No. of Workers
200-300 6
300-400 22
400-500 28
500-600 37
600-700 41
700-800 31
800-900 22
900-1000 10
1000-1100 3
Draw an ogive. Use the ogive to establish
(i) % of workers, who earn more than ₹ 750.00.
(ii) Inter quartile range
(iii) No. of workers, whose wages are less than ₹ 650.00.
(iv) The wages that 150 workers are earning more than others. [6]

Question-10

(a)The n th term of an AP is 2n+1 ,Find the sum of its first fifteenth terms. [3]

(b) Construct a Histogram for the following data and obtain the mode. [3]

Class Interval 0-10 10-30 30-50 50-70 70-90


Frequency 20 40 80 65 55

(c ) Construct an angle PQR = 450. Mark a point S on QR, such that QS = 4.5cm. Construct a circle to touch PQ
at Q and also to pass throw S . [4]

Question-11

(a) Find the value of K so that the sum of the roots of the quadratic equation ( K + 1 )x2 + 3Kx + 2 = 0 is equal to
the product of the roots. [3]
(b) A vessel is in the form of a inverted cone. Its height is 11cm and radius of its top which is open is 2.5cm. It is
filled with water up to the rim. When lead shots, each of which is a sphere of radius 0.25cm are dropped in
to the vessel, ⅖ of the water overflows. Find the number of lead shots dropped in to the vessel.
[3]
(c) In the given figure P is a point on AB such that AP : PB = 4 : 3, PQ ǁ AC .
(i) Calculate the ratio PQ : AC, giving reasons for your answer.
(ii) In Δ ARC , ∟ARC = 900 and in Δ PSQ, ∟PSQ = 900. Given
QS = 6cm, Calculate the length of AR . [4]

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