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# FIRST TERM REVISION SHEET

2017-2018
Subject: Mathematics

You can take up revision work at home and approach the teacher in case of any doubt or query.

## Answers to this paper must be written on the paper provided separately.

You will not be allowed to write during the first 15 minutes (reading time). This time is to be spent in
The time given in the header of this paper is the time allowed for writing the answers.
Attempt all questions from section A and any 4 questions from section B.
All working, including rough work, must be clearly shown and must be done on the same sheet as the
Omission of essential working will result in loss of marks.
The intended marks for question or parts of question are given in brackets [ ]

EVALUATION FORMAT
Time 2.5 hours
Maximum Marks 80

## The paper consists of two sections

Section A - 40 marks (All questions are compulsory)
Section B 40 marks (Attempt any 4 from given 5 questions)

## Each question is further divided into

1. [3 marks ]
2. [3 marks ]
3. [4 marks ]
Note:
1. There is step marking. Omission of steps will lead to loss of marks.
2. Draw rough column at right hand side of sheet. Use it. Do not use separate sheet for rough work.
3. Leave a blank line after every question.
4. Write question number correctly. They should tally with the numbers given in the question paper.
5. Question numbers to be written on the left hand side inside the left margin.

## Marks allotment for Word Problem:

1. Statement (1/2)
2. Formula used (1/2)
3. Substitution of value (1/2)
4. Steps of calculation (1 for 3 mark question and 2 for 4 mark question)
Marks allotment for geometry questions:
1. Correct diagram (1/2 if the diagram is not given and required)
2. Formula used (1/2)
3. Reasons (1/2)
4. Substitution of value(1/2)
5. Steps (1-2)
Marks allotment for Numerical/ Simplify/ Evaluate/ Calculate/Find the value of:
1. Laws/ Formula associated with steps involved (1/2)
2. Steps (2 for 3 mark question and 3 for 4 mark question)
FIRST TERM REVISION SHEET
2017-2018
Subject: Mathematics

TERM 1 PORTION
Algebraic Expressions
Unitary method
Speed, Time and Distance
Exponents
Special Products as Identities
Triangles

REVISION WORK

Algebraic Expressions:
1. Add (45 + 73 42 ), (109 50 + 71 ) (82 + 73 90 )
2. Evaluate 9 + 12 5 =2 = 1
3. a. What is the degree of 5t + 2 ?
b. Is + a polynomial?
4. Simplify 2(12 13 ) 4(8 3 ) + 8( 3 )
5. Divide 2 11 + 12 4
6. The two adjacent side of a rectangle are 6a-b and 5a+7b . Find its perimeter.
7. Evaluate (x 0.5) (x + 0.2)
8. Multiply (2 5 + 6) (3 )
!
9. Divide +8 +2
10. Divide 10 " + 17 ! 62 + 30 3 2 +7 1

Unitary method
1. In a hostel of 50 girls, there is food provision for 40 days. If 30 more girls join the hostel, how long will
this provision last?
2. The cost of 40 meters of cloth is Rs. 200. Find the cost of 50 meters of cloth.
3. Rohit bought 12 registers for Rs. 156 , find the cost of 7 such registers.
4. If 36 men can do a piece of work in 25 days, in how many days will 15 men do it?
5. In an army camp, 300 soldiers had provision for 13 days. If 40 of them are transferred to the other camp,
how long will the provision last?
6. At a uniform speed of 54 km/hr, a car covers a certain distance in 50 minutes. How much time will it
take to cover the same distance at 30 km/hr?
7. If 2.5 litres of petrol costs Rs 180, how much petrol will cost Rs 1728?
8. If 10 men can build a wall in 15 days, how many men can build a wall in 5 days?
9. 12 apples weigh 2 kg 500 gm. How many apples will weigh 15 kg?
10. If 15 dolls cost Rs 468, how many dolls can be purchased in Rs 1092?

## Speed, Time and Distance

1. A man covers first 276 km of his journey at 46 km/hr, next 125 km at 75 km/hr and the last 56 km in
one hour. Find
a. The total time taken to complete the journey.
b. His average speed during the whole journey.
2. A train 140 m long crosses a bridge 130 m long in 18 seconds. Find the speed of train in km/hr.
3. A car driver travelled the distance of 176km in 3 hours and 12 minutes. Find the speed of the car. If he
drives the car with the same speed, then how much time will he take to cover 286km?
4. A train 120 m long is running at 54 km/hr. In how much time will it pass a bridge 180 m long?
5. An aeroplane covers 2500 km, 1200 km and 500 km at the rate of 500km/hr,
400 km/hr and 250 km/hr respectively. Find its average speed for the whole journey.
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Subject: Mathematics

## 6. A train is running at 45 km/hr. How far does it go in 8 seconds?

7. Sunita cycles at 10 km/hr. How much distance does she cover in 36 minutes.
8. Which is more: a speed of 36km/hr or 10.5 m/second ?
9. A train 180 m long crosses a standing man in 12 seconds. Find the speed of train in km/hr
10. Rajus school is 4 km away from his house. He walks from his house and comes back in 2.5 hours. Find
his average speed.

Exponents
4 7 34
1. Simplify 4
4 4 3 (3 2 ) 2
#\$ & '( ) *
2. Simplify
#+ &, ) -
3 4 2 x +1
3 3 3
=
3. Find x so that
2 2 2
" / 12
4. Find the value of y when ./0 ./0 = ./0
5. Simplify (i) 53 + 5! 5 (ii) 27 9

(15a ) . (5a )
2 2 5 3

( 25a ) 6 3

## 8. Simplify [(4x 3 y 2 z 4 ) 3 (5xyz) 2 ] (40 x 5 y 5 z 5 ) 2

52 m 5 n 3 x 2
9. Simplify
25m-4 n-6 x 2
10. Find the value of n when 7 9: 49 = 7!

## Special Product as Identities

1. If + = 5 , find the values of (i) + , (ii) " + -
2. Using algebraic identity (a-b), evaluate 97
3. Using algebraic identities, evaluate the following:
(i) (2 3 )(2x+3y)
(ii) (5 + 2 )
4. If + = 3 , find the values of (i) + , (ii) " + -
5. Find the product of 102 98 using algebraic identity of (a+b)(a-b)
6. Using algebraic identities, evaluate the following:
(i) (3 5 )(3 + 5 )
(ii) (2; 7<)
7. Expand (i) (8= 3 )
(ii) (1 2>)
8. Express 81 + 36 + 4 as a perfect square.
9. Express 1 6 + 9 as a perfect square
10. Using suitable identity, evaluate (103)
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Triangles
1. (i) The point of intersection of the three altitudes of a triangle is called as?
(ii) Can a triangle have 15, 13, 28 as the sides of a triangle.
(iii) Is it possible to have a triangle with more than one obtuse angle?
2. In the given figure find the values of x and y.
A
y

58 x 120
B Q
P
3. Find the value of x and y
70
L

y
x
M N

100
f

## 5. In the adjoining figure, find the value of,

A + B + C + D + E + F.
A

D E

B C

## 6. In the adjoining figure, find the measure of BAC, ACD?

A

65 65 30
B C D
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7. In Fig. TQ and TR are the bisectors of Q and R respectively. If QPR = 80 and PRT = 30,
determine QTR.
P

Q R
8. In the figure given below m is parallel to line n. Find the values of x if a = 2x 5, b = 2x, and c = x +5.
Find the value of angles a, b, c and d. (Figure not drawn to scale)
P
m
d
C

a b
n
Q R

9. The ratio between a base angle and the vertical angle of an isosceles triangle is 2:5 Find each angle of
the triangle.
10. One angle of a triangle measures 40 and the other two are in ratio 3: 4. Find these angles.