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# skmu.org.in B.Ed Mathematics Model Question Paper 2016 : Sido Kanhu Murmu University

** Organisation **: Sido Kanhu Murmu University

**: B.Ed**

__Exam__**: Model Question Paper**

__Document Type__**: Mathematics**

__Category or Subject__**: (2015-2016)**

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__Set V__## Mathematics Model Question Paper 2016 :

** B.Ed 1st Year (2015-2016) **:

**: Mathematics (Set-I)**

__Subject__**: 80**

__Full Marks__**: CEC**

__Paper__**: 03 hours**

__Time__

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** Directions **:

i. Candidates are required to give your answer to own words and sentences.

ii. All questions contain equal marks. Answer any five out of ten questions.

** SET – I **:

1. (a) Define an Even Number and an Odd Number with examples. Find the average of first Five Even Numbers between zero and twenty.

(b) Find L.C.M and H.C.F of 30, 72 and 432 using the Prime Factorisation method.

(c) Prove that √3 is an Ir-rational Number.

2. (a)If p(x)= 1/2×3-4×2=3 Then find the value of P(x)

(b) **Factorize** :

i) 9×2-22x+8

ii) a3+b3++a+b

iii) 2×2-3y2

iv) x2-y2

3.(a) Solve for (x & Y)

i) 2x-3y= 13 , 7x-3y=20

ii) 2x+5y=17, 5x+3y=14

(b) Solve for X and Y

i) 5/x-1 + 1/y-2 = 2

ii) 6/x-1 + 3/y-2 = 1

4. (a) Find the nature of the roots of the quadratic equation 2×2-6x+3=0 and find these roots.

(b) The Perimeter of a rectangular field is 82 m. and its area is 400 m2. Find the breadth of the rectangle. (Use the quadratic equation)

5. (a) The Perimeter of the Isosceles Triangle is 50 cm. and its equal sides are 15 cm. long. Find the area of this triangle.

(b) The diameter of the Roller is 70 cm. and its length is 110 cm. To the smoothing the plane field it has to move 400 revolution. Find the area of the field. If the labour charge of this work has to pay 50 rupees per square Centimeter then calculate the total charge to smoothing the plane field.

(c) The lateral surface area of the right circular cone is 352 cm2 and its slant height is 16 cm. calculate the radius of the base of the cone and also find the total area of the right circular cone.

6. (a) A Shopkeeper sold two Radios for Rs. 20,000 each. On one he made a gain of 5% and on the other a loss of 10%. Find his overall gain or loss.

(b) Find the compound interest on Rs. 10,000 for 1 Years at 10% per annum,compounded half Yearly.

7. (a) Find the area of the triangle whose vertical are (4,4), (3, 16) and (3, -2)

(b) Define triangle with example. Prove that the sum of all interior angles of the triangle is 180.

** Subject **: Mathematics (Set-II)

**: 80**

__Full Marks__**: CEC**

__Paper__**: 03 hours**

__Time__**:**

__Directions__i. Candidates are requested to give your answer to own words and sentences.

ii. All questions contain equal marks. Answer any five out of ten questions.

1. (a) Define Rational and Ir-rational number with examples. Write 10 (ten) rational numbers between 3/5 and 3/4?

(b) Covert each of the following into a decimal

(c) Prove that 2 is not a rational Number.

2. a. If p(x)=2×2-5x+4 Then find the value of

(i) P(-2) (ii) P(1/4) (iii) P(5) (iv) P(-1)

b. Factorize

i) 18xy2-24xyz

ii) 9×2-16y2

iii) x2-4x-21

iv) 8a2-27ab

3. (a) Find the value of x and Y

i) x-3y=7

3x-3y=15

(b) Solve for X and Y

4. (a) Find the discriminant and check its nature of the quadratic equation 2×2-9x+7=0 and after then find these roots.

(b) The sum of the squares of two consecutive natural numbers is 421. Find the number.

(c) The angle of elevation of the top of a tower from a Point A on the ground is 60 on walking 20 meters away from its base, to a Point B, the angle of elevation changes to 30<. Find the height of the tower.

5. (a) Define Heron’s formula to calculate the area of a triangle. Find the area of a triangle two sides of which are 11 cm. and 8 cm. and the perimeter is 32 cm.

(b) A wall of length 10 m. was to be built across an open ground. The height of the wall is 4 m. and thickness of the wall is 24 cm. If this wall is to be built up with bricks whose dimensions are 24 cm. X 12 cm.X 8 cm. How many bricks would be required?