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Time : 3 Hrs. M.M. : 30
General Instruction:
1. All the answers are single digit or double digit.
2. Each question carries 1 mark.
3. No negative marking.


1.  1 ,  2 ,  3 are any three distinct non-concurrent lines in a plane, with no two of them parallel. Find the
number of circles for which all of  1 ,  2 and  3 are tangents.

2. Chords AB and PQ meet at K and are perpendicular to one another. If AK = 4, KB = 6 and PK = 2, if

the area of the circle is n. Find n.

3. In quadrilateral ABCD, diagonals AC and BD meet at O. If AOB, DOC and BOC have areas 3, 10
and 2 respectively, find the area of AOD.

4. In the figure, Q and B are right angles. If AQ = 15, BC = 16, AP = 17, find QC.


5. If a sector of a circle rotates around the centre of the circle in movements of 75º, find the number of
sector movements needed for the sector to come back to its original position.

6. Two circles with centres A and B and radius 2 touch each other externally at C. A third circle with
centre C and radius 2 meets the other two at D, E. If the area of quadrilateral ABDE is n n . Find n.

7. AB, AC are two radii of a circle inclined at an angle of 60º. Upon AC a point P is taken such that a
circle can be described with center P to touch the first circle internally and also to touch the circle with
AB as diameter, externally. If 25AP2 = K AC2, find K.

8. Two parallel straight lines intersect the x-axis cutting off a segment AB of length 4; they cut off a
segment CD of length 3 on the y-axis. If the perpendicular distance between these lines is l, then find
[l] (where [x] denotes integral part of x).

9. In a ABC, AD is the bisector of the angle A. If AB = 3, AC = 6 and BC = 3 3 , find the length of


10. ABCD is a convex quadrilateral with AB = 3, BC = 5 and CD = 7. If the bisectors of the four internal
angles are concurrent, find the value of (AB + BC + CD + DA)/DA.

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11. Points S and T trisect the hypotenuse PQ of the right angled PQR. If RS = 7 and RT = 9, find the
length of ST2.

12. In a triangle ABC, AB = AC. A transversal intersects AB and AC internally at K and L respectively; it
intersects BC produced at M. If KL = 2LM find .

13. ABC is a triangle and D and E are interior points of the sides AB and BC respectively such that
 and  3 . If AE and CD intersect at F find .

14. If P is a point inside a rectangle ABCD such that PA = 3, PB = 4 and PC = 5 find PD2.

15. A rhombus has half the area of the square with the same side-length. If the ratio of the longer diagonal
m n
to the shorter is (where m, n, p are relatively prime positive integers) then find m2 + n2 + p2.

16. The line parallel to the parallel sides of a trapezium passing through the midpoints of the slant sides
divides the trapezium in the ratio 5 : 2. If the ratio of the parallel sides is m : n. Find m + n (where m, n
are relatively prime positive integers)

17. Three circles touch each other externally and all the three touch a line. If two of them are equal and the
third has radius 4 cm, find the radius of the equal circles.

18. ABCD is a square with length of a side 1 cm. An octagon is formed by lines joining the vertices of the
square to the midpoints of opposite sides. If the area of the octagon is . Find A.

19. Let E be the midpoint of median AD of ABC. Let DB be produced to P such that
DB = BP and let DC be produced to Q such that DC = CQ. Let EP cut AB at L and EQ cut AC at M. If
the ratio of the area of the pentagon BLEMC to that of ABC is m : n. Find m + n (where m, n are
relatively prime positive integers)

20. The length of one of the legs of a right angled triangle exceeds the lengths of the other leg by 10 cm but
is smaller than that of the hypotenuse by 10 cm. Find the length of the hypotenuse.

21. In ABC, BC and CF are medians. BE = 9 cm, CF = 12 cm. If BE is perpendicular to CF, find the area
of ABC in sq. cms.

22. The rays PX and PY cut off are AB and CD of a circle with radius 4. If the length of are CD is 2 times
the length of the arc AB and length of CD is , then angle APB in degrees is equal to

23. Four wheels with radius 6, 3, 2 and 4 respectively are pressed together and rotate without slipping. If
wheel A rotates at 60 revolutions per minute, then the speed of B in revolutions per minute is equal to


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24. The length of common internal tangent to two circles is 7 and a common external tangent is 11. Find
the product of radii of circles.

25. Given in a ABC, side AB = 5 and BAC = 30°. There are two circles having radii r1 and r2 passing
through the vertex A and touches the side BC at B and C respectively. Find the minimum value of
(r1 + r2) is

26. Equilateral triangle T is inscribed in a circle A, which has radius 10. Circle B with radius 3 is internally
tangent to circle A at one vertex of T. Circles C & D, both with radius 2 are internally tangent to circle
A at the other two vertices of T. Circles B, C and D are all externally tangent to circle E, which has
radius , where m, n are relatively prime positive integers. Find (m + n).

27. AA1, BB1, CC1 are the medians of ABC whose centroid is G. If the points A, C 1, G and B1 are
 AC2  AB2 
concyclic then   is equal to
 BC2 

28. Find number of right angled triangle having integral side length and inradius is equal to 4.

29. Let P be a point inside a triangle ABC, let ma, mb, mc be the inside distances of P from sides BC, CA,
AB respectively. If ha, hb, hc be the lengths of the altitudes from A, B, C to the corresponding sides,
 ma mb mc 
then     is equal to
 ha h b h c 

30. In a ABC, sinA.sinB.sinC = and AB.BC.CA = 1000, then find area of ABC.

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