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## Class 9th Maths

Sample Paper 2019
MATHEMATICS
Time Allowed : 3 hours Maximum Marks: 90
General Instructions:
1. All questions are compulsory.
2. The question paper consists of 31 questions divided into four sections A, B, C and D.
Section-A comprises of 4 questions of 1 mark each; Section-B comprises of 6 questions
of 2 marks each; Section-C comprises of 10 questions of 3 marks each and Section-D
comprises of 11 questions of 4 marks each.
3. There is no overall choice in this question paper.
4. Use of calculator is not permitted.

SECTION-A

## Question numbers 1 to 4 carry one mark each.

1 Find the value of (256)0.16  (256)0.09. 1

SECTION-B

## Question numbers 5 to 10 carry two marks each.

3 2
5 Simplify : 4 2 2 8 .
2

6 Give possible expression for the length and breadth of the rectangle, which has area  a2  2
6a  8.

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7 In the figure, lm. If ABCABD40 and A90, then prove that BCD is isosceles. 2

8 In the given figure, if point C lies between A and B, then prove that AB > AC. Which Euclid’s 2
axiom is applied by you ?

9 Write coordinates of a point which is the reflection of (1, 2) in x - axis. Also, write 2
coordinates of a point which is the reflection of (1,2) in y - axis.

10 The sides of a triangle are 15 cm, 25 cm and 20 cm. Find its area. 2

SECTION-C
Question numbers 11 to 20 carry three marks each.
11 Simplify : 3

  
 1 1 3 4

5 8 27
3 3

1 3
12 Express with rational denominator .
1 2 3

## 14 Find the value of a if (xa) is a factor of the polynomial x6ax5x4ax33xa2. 3

15 In a Triangle ABC, X and Y are the points on AB and BC such that BXBY and ABBC. 3
Show that AXCY. State the Euclid's Axiom Used.

16 ABC is an isosceles triangle with ABAC. If CE and BF are the medians, then prove that 3
ABF ACE.

17 In the figure, ABCD and a transversal l cuts AB and CD at A and C respectively. Bisectors of 3
A and C intersect each other at P. Prove that APC90.

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18 In the given figure, if ABCDEF, find the value of (yx) : (yx) : 3

19 Plot three points A, B and C which have same abscissa 4 but lie in I and IV quadrants and on 3
x-axis respectively. Also, plot mirror image of A in y-axis.

20 A triangular park in a city has dimensions 30 m, 26 m and 28 m. A gardener has to plant grass 3
inside it at ` 1.50 per m2. Find the amount to be paid to the gardener.

SECTION-D

## Question numbers 21 to 31 carry four marks each.

21 1 1 1 1 1 4
Prove that : 5.
3 8 8 7 7 6 6 5 5 2

## (i) difference is a rational number

(ii) sum is a rational number
(iii) product is a rational number
(iv) division is a rational number
Justify also.

23 4
 1 4 1
If  x  3, find x .
 x x4

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24 (b c)2 (c a)2 (a b)2 4
If abc0, then prove that 1
3bc 3ac 3ab
25 Find the value of a in the polynomial p(x)2x3ax28xa , when it is given that it is 4
completely divisible by x3. Hence factorise the polynomial.
26 1 4
If f(x)x25x7, evaluate f (2)f (1)f   .
3
27 Amit pledges to donate triangular land, area of which equals the area of a rectangular land 4
required for village school. Also the area of the rectangular land equals that of a square land
used for farming by him, then State the Euclid's axiom that best illustrates the relation of the
three shapes of land ? Which values are exhibited here?

28 Solve the equation a3575 and state which axiom you use here. Also give two more 4
axioms other than the axiom used in the above situation.

29 In given figure, lines XY and MN intersect at O. If POY 90 and a : b3 : 7, then find value 4
of c.

30 4 3 4
In the given figure, AB is parallel to DC. If x y and y z , find BCD, ABC and
3 8

31 x  4
The angles of a triangle are (x40), (x20) and  10  . Find the value of x and then the
2 
angles of the triangle.

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Marking Scheme
Mathematics (Class – IX)
General Instructions:
1. The Marking Scheme provides general guidelines to reduce subjectivity and maintain uniformity.
The answers given in the marking scheme are the best suggested answers.
2. Marking be done as per the instructions provided in the marking scheme. (It should not be done
according to one’s own interpretation or any other consideration).
3. Alternative methods be accepted. Proportional marks be awarded.
4. If a question is attempted twice and the candidate has not crossed any answer, only first attempt be
evaluated and ‘EXTRA’ be written with the second attempt.
5. In case where no answers are given or answers are found wrong in this Marking Scheme,
correct answers may be found and used for valuation purpose.
/ SECTION-A
1 4 1
Question numbers 1 to 4 carry one mark each.
1  256 0.16  256 0.09  256 0.16 0.09 1
1 1
0.25 4 4
 256  (256) 4 (4 ) 41 4

2 Let p(x)x4 1
p(4)0, p(4)8
 4 is a zero of the polynomial x4 and 4 is not a zero of the polynomial
3 3x10x90180 1
80
 x 20
4
4 (4, 5) 1
/ SECTION-B
5 10 2
Question numbers 5 to 10 carry two marks each.
5 3 2
4 2 2 8
2
3 2
 4 2 2 2 2
2 2
3 2
4 2 4 2
2
3 2

2
6 2
a 6a8 2
 a2 4a  2a8

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 a(a4) 2 (a4)
 (a2) (a4)
Dimensions are a2 and a4
7 ACB180(9040)50 2
BDBC or BCD is isosceles
8 AB is the whole line segment 2
AC is part of AB
Euclid’s axiom – whole is greater than the part.
Since AC is part of whole AB
 AB > AC
9 (1, 2) and (1, 2) 2
10 15 25 20 2
s 30
2
Area of  s (s a) (s b) (s c)
 30 15 5 10 150 cm2
/ SECTION-C
11 20 3
Question numbers 11 to 20 carry three marks each.
11 1 3
  
 1 1 3 4

5 8 27
2 3

1
  3 4

  3  
1 1
 5  23 3
3 3
 
   
1
 5  2 3 3 
4
 

 
1 1
 5  5 3  4
54
4
5
 
12
1 1 1 2 3
[Multiplying with RF]
3
1 2 3 1 2  3 1 2 3

1 2  3

1   3
2 2
2
1 23
1 2 2 2 3
1 2 3
2 2
1 2 3 2 2
2 2 2 2

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2 2 4 2 6 2 2 6
8 4
13 3 3 3
x y z 3xyz 3
xyz
(xy) 3(z) 3
x3y33xy (z) z3
x3y33xyzz3
x3y3z33xyz
14 Let f(x)x6ax5x4ax33xa2 ------------ (1) 3
Since (xa) is a factor of f(x), by factor theorem,
f(a)0 ------------ (2)
on putting xa in (1) we get
f(a)a6aa5a4a43aa2
2a2
From (2), f(a)0  2a20
 2a2
 a1
15 Proof : 3
ABBC given
BXBY given
If equals are subtracted from equals, then remains are also equal.
ABBXBCBY
AXCY
16 3

## In ABF and ACE,

ABAC (Given)
1 1
AFAE  AB AC 

2 2 
and AA (common)
So, ABF  ACE (SAS)
17 As ABCD and l is the transversal 3
BACACD180 (interior angles)
1
[ BACACD ] 1 180
2 2
PACPCA  90
Now In ACP,
PACPCAAPC180
90APC180

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APC90
18 Here ABCDEF 3
PRC50. ___________ (1)
Also PRCy180
y18050130 ___________ (2)
SRT30. ( CDEF)
 x30110
x80
(yx) : (yx)(13080) : (13080)
5 : 21
19 Plotting of A (4, 2), B (4, 2) and C (4, 0) 3
Plotting of mirror image of A in yaxis is (4, 2).
20 a30, b26, c28 3
a b c
s 42 m
2
Area 42  42 30  42 26  42 28 
336
cost3361.50` 504
/ SECTION-D
21 31 4
Question numbers 21 to 31 carry four marks each.
21 1 1 1 1 1 4
LHS
3 8 8 7 7 6 6 5 5 2
Rationalising each term of LHS, we get
3 8 8 7 7 6 6 5 5 2
LHS
2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
3 ( 8) ( 8) ( 7) ( 7) ( 6) ( 6) ( 5) ( 5) 22
3 8 ( 8 7) 7 6 ( 6 5) 5 2
9 8 8 7 7 6 6 5 5 4
3 8 ( 8 7) 7 6 ( 6 5) 5 2
1 1 1 1 1
3 8 8 7 7 6 6 5 5 2
3 2 5 RHS

## 22 Any example and verification of example 4

1111
23  2 1   1 2 4
x  x  2 11
 x2   x
1  2 1 2
x4 4 x  2 112 2
x  x2 

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1
x4 119
x4
24 Let pm(n2p2)n(p2m2)p(m2n2) 4
p(mn)n(n2p2)n(p2n2)p(n2n2)
n(n2p2)n(n2p2)0
0
mn is a factor of p
Similarly p(np)0 & p(pm)
np is a factor of p.
and pm is a factor of p.
25 p(x)2x3ax28xa 4
p(x) is divisible by x3  p(3)0
p(3)549a24a0  a3
p(x)2x33x28x3
px
2x23x1
x 3
2
2x 3x1(2x1) (x1)
Hence p(x)(x3) (2x1) (x1)
26 f(x)x25x7 4
f(2)225(2)741071
f(1)(1)25(1)715713
2
1 1 1 1 5 1 15 63
f      5  7 7
3 3 3 9 3 9
49
9
1 49
 f(2) (f( 1)) f   1 13
3 9
49 108 49
12
9 9
59
9
27 Caring, Concern or any other related value. 4
Any number of circles
Euclid Axiom used “Any number of circles can be drawn with one centre and any radius.”
Any other Axiom
28 a3575 4
 a35357535
 a110
As when equals are added to equals, the wholes are equal.
Two more axioms.
29 Let a3 k 4
and b7 k

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Now ab90  3 k7 k90  10 k90  k9
 a3927
a  c180 (linear pair)
 27  c180  c153
30 4

1x
xyz180
4 8
y y y 180
3 3
 5y180
 y36
4
x 36 48
3
8
z 36 96
3
BCD96
ABC(xy)84
31 x  4
(x40)(x20)  10  180
2 
5x
 70 180
2
5x
 250
2
 x100
So, angles are 60, 80 and 40
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