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OMTEX CLASSES

“THE HOME OF SUCCESS”


Q1. Attempt any six of the following sub – questions: (12 marks)
1. Solve and answer the following. 11012 = 10.
2. Find tn for the following sequence, if it is an A.P. 24, 21, 18, 15, ……
3. Find the amount received by selling 150 shares of face value Rs. 10 at Rs. 65 market price. Brokerage 2%.
4. Solve the following linear equation in one variable: 4(m + 3) = 16.
5. Find the LCM of the following polynomials:
6. Find the HCF of the following polynomials:
7. Determine whether the given rational algebraic expression is meaningful or not for the value of the variables given
against it.
8. Convert the decimal integer to its binary equivalent by using division – remainder technique: 2710.
Q2. Attempt any four of the following sub – questions: (12 marks)
1.
2.
3. For an A.P., t1 =20, tn =200 and n = 10, find Sn.
4. A sum of Rs. 1836 was invested in equity shares of Rs. 10 each at Rs. 150 market price and brokerage of 2% was paid.
How many shares were purchased?
5. If is the solution of the equation , find .
6. Factorise the following polynomials: .
Q3. Attempt any four of the following sub – questions: (12 marks)
1. Draw the graph of
2. The HCF of two polynomials is (x+2) and their LCM is 2x 3 – 3x2 – 8x +12. If one of the polynomials is 2x2 + x – 6, find
the other.
3. Solve the following. Verify your answer in decimal number system: 1112 – 1012.
4. How many terms are their in the A.P. 201, 208, 215, ……, 369?
5. Solve the following simultaneous equations. 13x + 15y = 19; 15x + 13y = 9.
6. Find LCM of the following polynomials.
Q4. Attempt any three of the following sub – questions: (12 marks)
1. Solve the following by converting the binary numbers to decimal number system. 111 2 + 1012 – 1002.
2. The HCF of two polynomials is 5(x+3)(x-1) and their LCM is 20x(x2 – 9) (x – 1). If one of the polynomials is 20(x2 – 9) (x – 1), find
the other.
3. The length of one of the diagonals of a rhombus is greater than the other by 5 cm. If its area is 18 sq.cm. find the length of the
diagonals of the rhombus.
4. Find the median:
Class interval 0–5 5 – 10 10 – 15 15 – 20 20 – 25 25 – 30
Frequency 2 7 18 10 8 5
5. Find the difference between the greatest 4-bit binary number and the smallest 4 – bit binary number.
6. If the GCD of the polynomials find a and b.
Q5. Attempt any three of the following sub – questions: (12 marks)

1. Simplify:
2. Rajani Parekh invested equal amount in two companies, buying equity shares having market price Rs. 45 and Rs. 60 each. At the
end of the year the two companies declared dividends of 20% and 30%. In which company was her investment profitable?
3. AB is a segment. The point P is on the perpendicular bisector of segment AB such that AP is double that of AB. If perimeter of ∆ABP
is 35cm, find the sides of ∆ABP.
4. Simplify:
5. A person invested Rs. 22,950 and bought shares of a company whose market price is Rs. 125. The face value of a share is Rs. 10.
Brokerage was paid at 2%. If the company paid 60% dividend at the end of the year. What was his income that year?
6. The expenditure on different items in a month by a householder whole monthly salary amounting to Rs. 7,200 is given
below.
Items Clothing Food House Rent Education Miscellaneous
Amount spent (in Rs) 1200 4000 600 1000 400
Represent the information in the form of pie diagram.

ALGEBRA EXAMINATION
OMTEX CLASSES
“THE HOME OF SUCCESS”
Q1. Attempt any six of the following sub – questions: (12 marks)
1. If is the solution of , then what is the value of k?
2. Subtract the following: 100012 – 10102.
3. For an A.P., if t1 = 100, tn = 1000 and n = 10, find Sn.
4. A share of face value Rs. 10 was purchased for Rs. 75. The company declares a dividend of 30%. What is the rate of
return on investment?
5. If & , find the value of .
6. Find the HCF of the following polynomials:
7. Determine whether the given rational algebraic expression is meaningful or not. .
8. Convert the decimal integer to its binary equivalent by using division – remainder technique: 2710.
Q2. Attempt any four of the following sub – questions: (12 marks)
1. Find the value of the following determinant:
2. Find the HCF of the following polynomials:
3. Simplify:
4.
5.
6. For an A.P., t1 =20, tn =200 and n = 10, find Sn.
Q3. Attempt any four of the following sub – questions: (12 marks)
1. 9 years ago, grandfather’s age was 9 times his grandson’s age at that time. After 15 years his age will be thrice as his
grandson’s age. Find their present ages.
2. Simplify the following:

3. Find the value of


4. A sum of Rs. 3900 is paid off in 12 instalments, such that each instalments is Rs. 10 more than the preceding one. Find
the amounts of the first and the last instalments.
5. If the sum of two numbers is divided by 12, quotient obtained is 3 and remainder 4. If the difference of the same number is divided
by 4, then quotient is 1 and remainder 2. Find the numbers.
6. If x = 100, y = 98, then find the value of
Q4. Attempt any three of the following sub – questions: (12 marks)
1. Simplify:
2. A person buys 100 shares of face value Rs. 10 each from a company. He sells these shares at Rs. 15 each. While selling he pays 2%
brokerage. Find his profit and profit percent.
3. Find the value of 11002 + 11112
4. Simplify:
5. Suratwala invested Rs. 3672 in equity shares of face value Rs. 10 at Rs. 300 market price. Company declares a dividend of 90% on
them. After getting the dividend, all these shares were sold at Rs. 275. In each of the transactions, he paid 2% brokerage. Did he
gain or loss in the total transaction? By how much?
6. In a cricket match of Amravati and Nashik teams the sum of of the runs made by Amravati team and of the runs made by
Nashik team is 137. If Amravati team made runs just sufficient to win the match, then how many runs are made by Amravati team?
Q5. Attempt any three of the following sub – questions: (12 marks)
1. Draw a pie diagram to represent the
Mode of transport Bicycle Bus Walk Train Car Total
following information.
Number of students 140 100 70 40 10 360
2. Find the mode:
Marks (x) 0 – 10 10 – 20 20 – 30 30 – 40 40 – 50 50 – 60
Number of students (f) 4 16 15 20 7 5
3. A person buys 100 shares of face value Rs. 10 each from a company. He sells these shares at Rs. 15 each. While selling
he pays 2% brokerage. Find his profit and profit percent.
4. Solve the following simultaneous equation by using graphical method. .
5. If the GCD of the polynomials find a and b.
6. Show that sequence {3n – 7} is an A.P.

ALGEBRA EXAMINATION