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SAMPLEQUESTIONPAPER02 Class-X(2017–18) Mathematics Timeallowed:3Hours GeneralInstructions: (i)Allquestionsarecompulsory.

SAMPLEQUESTIONPAPER02

Class-X(2017–18)

Mathematics

Timeallowed:3Hours

GeneralInstructions:

(i)Allquestionsarecompulsory.

(ii)Thequestionpaperconsistsof30questionsdividedintofoursectionsA,B,CandD.

(iii)SectionAcontains6questionsof1markeach.SectionBcontains6questionsof2marks

each.SectionCcontains10questionsof3markseach.SectionDcontains8questionsof4

markseach. (iv)Thereisnooverallchoice.However,aninternalchoicehasbeenprovidedinfour

questionsof3markseachandthreequestionsof4markseach.Youhavetoattemptonlyone

ofthealternativesinallsuchquestions.

(v)Useofcalculatorsisnotpermitted.

Max.Marks:80

SECTION-A

1.Thesumandtheproductofzeroesofaquadraticpolynomialp(x)are7and10

respectively.Thenfindp(x).

2.WhichtermoftheA.P92,88,84,80,

is0?

3.FindtheratioinwhichtheYaxisdividesthelinesegmentjoiningthepoints(5,-6)and(-1,

-4).

4.IfPTisatangentdrawnfromapointPtoacircletouchingitatT,andOisthecentreofthe

circle,then OPT+ POTis 5.Iftwotowersofheightsh 1 andh 2
circle,then OPT+ POTis 5.Iftwotowersofheightsh 1 andh 2

circle,then OPT+ POTis

5.Iftwotowersofheightsh 1 andh 2 subtendanglesof60°and30°respectively,atthemid-

pointofthelinejoiningtheirfeet,thenh 1 :h 2 is

6.Inrollingadice,theprobabilityofgettinganumberlessthan4is

SECTION-B

7.Solvefor‘x’bycompletingthesquaremethod: 8.Findthe7 t h termfromtheendoftheA.P.7,10,13, 184.

7.Solvefor‘x’bycompletingthesquaremethod:

7.Solvefor‘x’bycompletingthesquaremethod: 8.Findthe7 t h termfromtheendoftheA.P.7,10,13, 184.

8.Findthe7 th termfromtheendoftheA.P.7,10,13,

184.

9.Find‘a’sothat(3,a)liesonthelinerepresentedby2x-3y-5=0.Also,findthecoordinates

ofthepointwherethelinecutsthexaxis.

10.ABCisarighttriangleright-angledatB.LetDandEbeanypointsonABandBC

respectively.ProvethatAE 2 +CD 2 =AC 2 +DE 2 .

11.Twoconcentriccircleshaveradii5cmand3cm.Findthelengthofthechordofthe

largercirclewhichtouchesthesmallercircle.

12.Acylinderandaconehavebaseradii5cmand3cm,respectively,andtheirrespective

heightsare4cmand8cm.Findtheratiooftheirvolumes.

SECTION-C

13.Apartofmonthlyexpensesofafamilyisconstantandtheremainingvarieswiththe

priceofrice.WhenthecostofriceisRs.250perquintal,themonthlyexpenditureofthe

familyisRs.1000andwhenthecostofriceisRs.240perquintalthemonthlyexpenditureis

Rs.980.FindthemonthlyexpenditureofthefamilywhenthecostofriceisRs.300per

quintal.

14.Provethat

14.Provethat isirrational.

isirrational.

15.UseEuclid’sdivisionalgorithmtofindtheHCFof4052and12576.

16.TheSumS n offirst‘n’evennaturalnumbersisgivenbytherelationS n =n(n+1).Findn,if

thesumis420.

Or

AmanarrangestopayadebtofRs.3600in40monthlyinstallmentswhichareinaAP.When

30installmentsarepaidhediesleavingonethirdofthedebtunpaid.Findthevalueofthe

firstinstallment.

17.FindthecoordinatesofthepointsoftrisectionofthelinesegmentjoiningthepointsA(1,

-2)andB(-3,4). Or Ifthepoints(p,q)(M,n)and(p–m,q–n)arecollinear,showthatpn=qm. 18.InanequilateraltriangleABC,ifAD

-2)andB(-3,4).

Or

Ifthepoints(p,q)(M,n)and(p–m,q–n)arecollinear,showthatpn=qm.

18.InanequilateraltriangleABC,ifAD

BC,thenprovethat3AB 2 =4AD 2 .

19.Intheadjoiningfigure,twotangentsPQandPRaredrawntoacirclewithCentreOfrom

anexternalpointP.Provethat

anexternalpointP.Provethat Or Asectorofcircleofradius12cmhastheangle120 ⁰
anexternalpointP.Provethat Or Asectorofcircleofradius12cmhastheangle120 ⁰

Or

Asectorofcircleofradius12cmhastheangle120.Itisrolledupsothatthetwobounding

radiiareformedtogethertoformacone.Findthevolumeofthecone.

20.Findthevalueof

20.Findthevalueof

21.Twodifferentdicearethrowntogether.Writeallthepossibleoutcomes.Findthe

probabilitythattheproductofthenumbersappearingonthetopofthediceislessthan9.

Or

Anilbagscontain5redmarbles,8whitemarblesand4greenmarbles.Onemarbleistaken

outoftheboxatrandom.Whatistheprobabilitythatthemarbletakenoutwillbe

(i)Red

(ii)White

(iii)Notgreen

22.Theking,queenandjackofclubsareremovedfromadeckof52playingcards.The

remainingcardsarewellshuffledandonecardisdrawnatrandomfromit.Findthe

probabilityofgettingtheselectedcardas(i)aheart(ii).aking(iii).aclub

SECTION-D 23.Atwo-digitnumberissuchthattheproductofitsdigitsis12.When36isaddedtothis

SECTION-D

23.Atwo-digitnumberissuchthattheproductofitsdigitsis12.When36isaddedtothis

number,thedigitsinterchangetheirplaces.Findthenumber.

Solveforx,y:

Or

Solveforx,y: Or

24.Acontractonconstructionjobspecifiesapenaltyfordelayofcompletionbeyonda

certaindateasfollows:Rs.200forthefirstday,Rs.250forthesecondday,Rs.300forthe

thirdday,etc.,thepenaltyforeachsucceedingdaybeingRs.50morethatforprecedingday.

(i)Howmuchmoneythecontractorhastopayaspenalty,ifhehasdelayedtheworkby30

days?

(ii)Whichmoralvalueonecanlearnfromaboveproblem?

25.Drawapairoftangentstoacircleofradius4cm,whichareinclinedtoeachotheratan

angleof60°.

Or

Constructatangenttoacircleofradius2cmfromapointontheconcentriccircleofradius

2.6cmandmeasureitslength.Alsoverifythemeasurementsbyactualcaclulations.(lengthof

tangent=2.1cm)

26.Provethat

tangent=2.1cm) 26.Provethat

27.Intheadjoiningfigurefourequalcirclesaredescribedatthefourcornersofasquareso

thateachtouchestwooftheothers.Theshadedareaenclosedbetweenthecirclesis

Findtheradiusofeachcircle.

Findtheradiusofeachcircle. cm 2 . Materialdownloadedfrom myCBSEguide.com . 4 /

cm 2 .

28.TheangleofelevationofanaeroplanefromapointAonthegroundis60 0 .Afteraflight
28.TheangleofelevationofanaeroplanefromapointAonthegroundis60 0 .Afteraflight

28.TheangleofelevationofanaeroplanefromapointAonthegroundis60 0 .Afteraflight

of30seconds,theangleofelevationchangesto30 0 .Iftheplaneisflyingataconstantheight

of

0 .Iftheplaneisflyingataconstantheight of m,findthespeedinkm/hroftheplane.

m,findthespeedinkm/hroftheplane.

29.Arighttrianglehavingsides15cmand20cmismadetorevolveaboutitshypotenuse.

FindthevolumeandSurfaceAreaofthedoubleconesoformed.(Usep=3.14)

30.Duringthemedicalcheck-upof35studentsofaclass,theirweightswererecordedas

follows

Weight

Less

Less

Less

Less

Less

Less

Less

Less

(inkg)

than38

than40

than42

than44

than46

than48

than50

than52

No.of

               

Students

0

3

5

9

14

28

32

35

Drawalessthantypeogiveforthegivendata.Hence,obtainthemedianweightfromthe

graphandverifytheresultbyusingtheformula.

Or

ComputetheMeanandMedian forthegivendata.

Class–interval

100-110

110-120

120-130

130-140

140-150

150-160

Frequency

6

35

48

72

100

4

CBSESAMPLEPAPER02 CLASSX-Mathematics MarkingScheme 1.x 2 -7x+10 2.24 t h termis0. 3.5:1 4.90° 5.3:1 6. 7.

CBSESAMPLEPAPER02

CLASSX-Mathematics

MarkingScheme

1.x 2 -7x+10

2.24 th termis0.

3.5:1

4.90°

5.3:1

6.

7.

2 -7x+10 2.24 t h termis0. 3.5:1 4.90° 5.3:1 6. 7. = 8.d=-3;a=184 a 7 =a+6d
2 -7x+10 2.24 t h termis0. 3.5:1 4.90° 5.3:1 6. 7. = 8.d=-3;a=184 a 7 =a+6d
=
=

8.d=-3;a=184

a 7 =a+6d

=184+6(-3)

=184–18

=166

9.Since(3,a)lieson2x–3y-5=0,

2(3)–3a–5=0

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Lettheco-ordinateofthepointwhichcutsthexaxisbe(x,0). 2x–3(0)-5=0. x=5/2 (5/2,0)isthepointofintersectionwithx–axis 10.

Lettheco-ordinateofthepointwhichcutsthexaxisbe(x,0).

2x–3(0)-5=0.

x=5/22x–3(0)-5=0. (5/2,0)isthepointofintersectionwithx–axis 10. Since ABE

(5/2,0)isthepointofintersectionwithx–axis

10.

x=5/2 (5/2,0)isthepointofintersectionwithx–axis 10. Since ABE isrighttriangle,right-angledat B AE 2 = AB 2

Since

x=5/2 (5/2,0)isthepointofintersectionwithx–axis 10. Since ABE isrighttriangle,right-angledat B AE 2 = AB 2 +

ABEisrighttriangle,right-angledatB

AE 2 = AB 2 + BE 2 2 =AB 2 +BE 2

(i)

Again,

B AE 2 = AB 2 + BE 2 (i) Again, DBC isrighttriangleright-angledat B (ii)

DBCisrighttriangleright-angledatB

(ii)

Adding(i)and(ii)weget

isrighttriangleright-angledat B (ii) Adding(i)and(ii)weget CD 2 = BD 2 + BC 2 AE 2 + CD

CD 2 =BD 2 +BC 2

AE 2 +CD 2 =(AB 2 +BE 2 )+(BD 2 +BC 2 )

+ CD 2 =( AB 2 + BE 2 )+( BD 2 + BC 2 )

AE 2 +CD 2 =(AB 2 +BC 2 )+(BE 2 +BD 2 )

UsingPythagorastheoremin

BC 2 )+( BE 2 + BD 2 ) UsingPythagorastheoremin ABC and DBE wehave AE 2
BC 2 )+( BE 2 + BD 2 ) UsingPythagorastheoremin ABC and DBE wehave AE 2

ABCand DBEwehave

AE 2 +CD 2 =AC 2 +DE 2

11.

HerePQistangenttosmallercircle. ORPQ Nowin PRO, 2 PR +OR 2 =OP 2 2 PR +3 2 =5
HerePQistangenttosmallercircle. ORPQ Nowin PRO, 2 PR +OR 2 =OP 2 2 PR +3 2 =5

HerePQistangenttosmallercircle.

ORPQ Nowin PRO, 2 PR +OR 2 =OP 2 2 PR +3 2 =5 2
ORPQ
Nowin
PRO,
2
PR
+OR 2 =OP 2
2
PR
+3 2 =5 2
PR=

PR=QR(Perpendicularfromthecentreofthecirclebisectsthechord)

Lengthofthechordofthelargercircle=PQ=2PR=2×4=8cm.

12.Volumeofcylinder:Volumeofcone

12.Volumeofcylinder:Volumeofcone =25:6 13.LettheconstantexpenditurebeRs.x
12.Volumeofcylinder:Volumeofcone =25:6 13.LettheconstantexpenditurebeRs.x

=25:6

13.LettheconstantexpenditurebeRs.x

Lettheconsumptionofricebythefamilybeyquintals.

x+250y=1000------------------(1)

x+240y=980-------------------(2)

Solving(1)and(2) x=500;y=2 TotalexpenditurewhenthecostofriceisRs.300=x+300y =Rs.1100 14.Suppose isrational But

Solving(1)and(2)

x=500;y=2

TotalexpenditurewhenthecostofriceisRs.300=x+300y

=Rs.1100

14.Suppose isrational
14.Suppose
isrational
=Rs.1100 14.Suppose isrational But irrationalwhile rationalnumber.
But irrationalwhile
But
irrationalwhile

rationalnumber.

isrationalandanirrationalnumbercanneverbeequaltoa

Thusourassumptioniswrongandhence

Thusourassumptioniswrongandhence isirrational

isirrational

15.Since12576>4052,weapplythedivisionlemmato12576and4052,toget

12576=4052×3+420

4052=420×9+272

420=272×1+148

272=148×1+124

148=124×1+24

124=24×5+4

24=4×6+0

Theremainderhasnowbecomezero,soourprocedurestops.

HCFof12576and4052is4.

16.n(n+1)=420 n 2 +n–420=0 n=-21,20 ncannotbenegative ∴ n=20 17. LetP(x 1 ,y 1 ),Q(x 2

16.n(n+1)=420

n 2 +n–420=0

n=-21,20

ncannotbenegativen=20

17.

n 2 +n–420=0 n=-21,20 ncannotbenegative ∴ n=20 17. LetP(x 1 ,y 1 ),Q(x 2 ,y 2

LetP(x 1 ,y 1 ),Q(x 2 ,y 2 )divideABinto3equalparts.

PdividedABintheratioof1:2

P(x 1 ,y 1 )= = SinceQisthemidpointofPB, Q(x 2 ,y 2 )= =
P(x 1 ,y 1 )=
=
SinceQisthemidpointofPB,
Q(x 2 ,y 2 )=
=

18.

1 ,y 1 )= = SinceQisthemidpointofPB, Q(x 2 ,y 2 )= = 18. Given: ABCisequilateralandAD ToProve

Given:

)= = SinceQisthemidpointofPB, Q(x 2 ,y 2 )= = 18. Given: ABCisequilateralandAD ToProve :3AB 2 =4AD

ABCisequilateralandAD

ToProve:3AB 2 =4AD 2

BC.

Proof: In ABD,ByPythagorastheorem, AB 2 =AD 2 +BD 2 BD= AB 2 = 2 AB

Proof:

In

Proof: In ABD,ByPythagorastheorem, AB 2 =AD 2 +BD 2 BD= AB 2 = 2 AB

ABD,ByPythagorastheorem,

AB 2 =AD 2 +BD 2

BD= AB 2 = 2 AB
BD=
AB 2 =
2
AB
AB 2 =AD 2 +BD 2 BD= AB 2 = 2 AB 19.Given:-(i)PQandPRarethetangentsofthecircle
AB 2 =AD 2 +BD 2 BD= AB 2 = 2 AB 19.Given:-(i)PQandPRarethetangentsofthecircle

19.Given:-(i)PQandPRarethetangentsofthecircle

(ii)Oisthecentreofthecircle

(ii)Oisthecentreofthecircle Toprove : Construction :JoinORandOP Proof :-NowOR

Toprove:

Construction:JoinORandOP

Toprove : Construction :JoinORandOP Proof :-NowOR PR(radiusfrompointofcontactistotangent)

Proof:-NowOR PR(radiusfrompointofcontactistotangent)

Proof :-NowOR PR(radiusfrompointofcontactistotangent) Similarly,OQ PQ InquadrilateralOPQR (anglesinsamesegment)…

Similarly,OQ PQ

InquadrilateralOPQR

Similarly,OQ PQ InquadrilateralOPQR (anglesinsamesegment)… Also ……….(2) From(1)and(2)

(anglesinsamesegment)…

Also ……….(2) From(1)and(2)
Also
……….(2)
From(1)and(2)

[from(1)]

(1)

Henceproved 20. = = =1+1–2 =0 20.S={(1,1),(1,2),(1,3),(1,4),(1,5),(1,6), (2,1),(2,2),(2,3),(2,4),(2,5),(2,6),
Henceproved 20. = = =1+1–2 =0 20.S={(1,1),(1,2),(1,3),(1,4),(1,5),(1,6), (2,1),(2,2),(2,3),(2,4),(2,5),(2,6),

Henceproved

20. =
20.
=
= =1+1–2
=
=1+1–2

=0

20.S={(1,1),(1,2),(1,3),(1,4),(1,5),(1,6),

(2,1),(2,2),(2,3),(2,4),(2,5),(2,6),

(3,1),(3,2),(3,3),(3,4),(3,5),(3,6),

(4,1),(4,2),(4,3),(4,4),(4,5),(4,6),

(5,1),(5,2),(5,3),(5,4),(5,5),(5,6),

(6,1),(6,2),(6,3),(6,4),(6,5),(6,6)}

n(S)=36

Favourableevents:(1,1),(1,2),(1,3),(1,4),(1,5),(1,6),(2,1),(2,2),(2,3),(2,4),(3,1),(3,2),(4,1)

,(4,2),(5,1),(6,1)

n(E)=16 P(E)=
n(E)=16
P(E)=

22.

Totalnumberofcards=52

Numberofcardsremoved=3

n(s)=52-3=49

i)P(heart)= ii)P(aking)= iii)P(aclub)= 23.LetTwodigitnumber=10x+y xy=12-------(1) 10x+y+36=10y+x x–y=-4--------(2)
i)P(heart)= ii)P(aking)=
i)P(heart)=
ii)P(aking)=

iii)P(aclub)=

i)P(heart)= ii)P(aking)= iii)P(aclub)= 23.LetTwodigitnumber=10x+y xy=12-------(1) 10x+y+36=10y+x x–y=-4--------(2)

23.LetTwodigitnumber=10x+y

xy=12-------(1)

10x+y+36=10y+x

x–y=-4--------(2)

from1and2wegetx 2 +4x–12=0

x=-6,2

xcannotbenegative,sox=2

y=12/2=6

Requirednumberis26

24.Therequiredsequenceis200,250,300,350,

a=200,d=50,n=30

24.Therequiredsequenceis200,250,300,350, a=200,d=50,n=30 ThecontractorhastopayRs.27,750. Value
24.Therequiredsequenceis200,250,300,350, a=200,d=50,n=30 ThecontractorhastopayRs.27,750. Value
24.Therequiredsequenceis200,250,300,350, a=200,d=50,n=30 ThecontractorhastopayRs.27,750. Value

ThecontractorhastopayRs.27,750.

Value:Oneshouldbepunctualandshowdedicationtohiswork,failingofwhichmayresult

loss.

25.

Drawacirclewithradius4cm. Draw2radiusOQandORat120°. Construct satQ,RtomeetatP. JoinOQandORandtheyarerequiredtangents.
Drawacirclewithradius4cm. Draw2radiusOQandORat120°. Construct satQ,RtomeetatP. JoinOQandORandtheyarerequiredtangents.

Drawacirclewithradius4cm.

Draw2radiusOQandORat120°.

Construct

Draw2radiusOQandORat120°. Construct satQ,RtomeetatP. JoinOQandORandtheyarerequiredtangents.

satQ,RtomeetatP.

JoinOQandORandtheyarerequiredtangents.

26.LHS=

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27. Letrcmbetheradiusofeachcircle Areaofsquare-Areaof4sectors= Radiusofeachcircleis2cm.(radiuscannotbenegative) 6r 2

27.

27. Letrcmbetheradiusofeachcircle Areaofsquare-Areaof4sectors= Radiusofeachcircleis2cm.(radiuscannotbenegative) 6r 2

Letrcmbetheradiusofeachcircle

Areaofsquare-Areaof4sectors=

Letrcmbetheradiusofeachcircle Areaofsquare-Areaof4sectors= Radiusofeachcircleis2cm.(radiuscannotbenegative) 6r 2

Radiusofeachcircleis2cm.(radiuscannotbenegative)

Radiusofeachcircleis2cm.(radiuscannotbenegative) 6r 2 =24 r 2 =4 r=±2 28.
Radiusofeachcircleis2cm.(radiuscannotbenegative) 6r 2 =24 r 2 =4 r=±2 28.
Radiusofeachcircleis2cm.(radiuscannotbenegative) 6r 2 =24 r 2 =4 r=±2 28.

6r 2 =24 2 =24

r 2 =4 2 =4

r=±26r 2 =24 r 2 =4 28. LetPbethepositionoftheflightinitially.

28.

6r 2 =24 r 2 =4 r=±2 28. LetPbethepositionoftheflightinitially.

LetPbethepositionoftheflightinitially.

AndBPbetheheightoftheflightfromtheground.

Consider

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ABP,

Consider ACQ, BC=AC–AB=10,800–3600=7200m Speedoftheflight= =864km/hr 29.OA=12cm Materialdownloadedfrom
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BC=AC–AB=10,800–3600=7200m

Speedoftheflight=

=864km/hr

29.OA=12cm

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30.BylocatingupperlimitsonXaxisandnumberofstudentsonYaxis,wegetthefollowing graph Fromthegraph,weseethatmedianis46.5.
30.BylocatingupperlimitsonXaxisandnumberofstudentsonYaxis,wegetthefollowing graph Fromthegraph,weseethatmedianis46.5.

30.BylocatingupperlimitsonXaxisandnumberofstudentsonYaxis,wegetthefollowing

graph

graph Fromthegraph,weseethatmedianis46.5.

Fromthegraph,weseethatmedianis46.5.

Thefrequencydistributiontablewiththegivencumulativefrequenciesbecomes:

ClassIntervals

Frequency

CumulativeFrequency

Below38

0

0

38-40

3

3

40-42

2

5

42-44

4

9

44-46

5

14

46-48 14 28 48-50 4 32 50-52 3 35 Heren/2=35/2=17.5.

46-48

14

28

48-50

4

32

50-52

3

35

Heren/2=35/2=17.5.

Now46–48istheclasswhosecumulativefrequencyis28isgreaterthann/2i.e17.5.

So,46–48isthemedianclass.

Fromthetablef=14,cf=14,h=2

Median=

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Fromthetablef=14,cf=14,h=2 Median= =46+0.5 =46.5 Materialdownloadedfrom myCBSEguide.com . 1

=46+0.5

=46.5