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Paper Code: UN426 (UPDATED)

Solutions for Class : 9

Mathematics

1. (A) N = 2 + 21/3 + 22/3

P

N=2+ 2 + 3 3

4 4. (A) A x B

x

N2= 32 + 3

4 S

( )

3 R

3

(N 2)3 = 2+ 34 C D

Q

( 2)

3

3

N3 3.N.2 (x 2) 23 = + 33 2

APQ + CQP = 180o

( ) ( 4)

3

3 3

3

4 2+ 4 + 3

APQ CQP

+ = 90o

2 2

N3 6N2 + 12N 8 = 2 + 3 3 8 (N2) + 4

RPQ + PQR = 90o

N3 6N2 + 12N 8 = 6 + 6(N 2)

N3 6N2 + 12N 6N = 8 6 PQR is a right angled triangle

2. (C) Let the angles be 3x, 7x, 6x and 4x. PQRS is rectangle.

3x + 7x + 6x + 4x = 360 or 5. (A) , are the solutions of aN + bO + c = 0

20x = 360 or x = 18. The angles are 54, clearly we can write x = and O =

126, 108, 72. We see that adjacent a + b + c = 0

angles are supplementary but opposite

angles are not equal. Clearly, it is a a + b = c

trapezium.

6. (C) From right AED

3. (D) In ABC, ACB = 180 (25 + 35)

, 15m +

= 180 60

= 120 20 m 25 m

) Nm - 15m . 35 N *

120 + ACD = 180

50 m

ACD = 180 120 = 60

DE2 = 202 N2

N = ACD + ADC (exterior angle = sum

of its two interior non-adjacent angles) DE2 = 400 N2 (1)

N = 60 + 60 From right BCF,

N = 120 CF2 = 252 (35 N)2

CF2 = 625 (352 2(35)(N) + N2)

CF2 = 625 (1225 70N + N2)

CF2 = 625 1225 + 70N + N2

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CF2 = 600 + 70N N2 (2) 11. (A) Let f(N) = pN2 + 5N + r

but DE2 = CF2 Given, (N 2) is a factor of f(N)

So, 400 N2 = 600 + 70N N2 f(N) = 0 p(2)2 + 5(2) + r = 0

400 = 600 + 70N 4p + r + 10 = 0 (1)

400 + 600 = 70N 1

and also, N is a factor of f(x)

1000 100 2

N= = in (1)

70 7 1 1 1

2

2 f2 = 0 p + 52 + r = 0

100 10000 2

(1) DE = 400

2

= 400

7 49 p 5

+ +r=0

19,600 10000 4 2

=

49 p + 10 + 4r

=0

4

9600 9600 40 6

DE2 = DE = =

49 49 7 p + 4r + 10 = 0 (2)

1 1

Now, trapezium area = h (a + b) = from (1) & (2)

2 2

40

20

20 6 4p + r + 10 = p + 4r + 10

6 (50 + 15) = 65

7 7 4p p = 4r r

1300 3p = 3r

= 6 m 2.

7 p=r

(n 2) 180O 12. (B) According to the mid-point theorem,

7. (D) 3 Interior angle =

n

In ACD,

O

360 PQ || AC

and exterior angle =

n [Since, P and Q are mid-points of

O O AD and DC]

(n 2) 180 360

Now, =120 1

n n and PQ = AC

(n 2) 180 360 = 120 n 2

180 n 360 360 = 120 n PQ 1

=

60 n = 720 AC 2

n = 12 Now, PQ : AC = 1 : 2

8. (B) Since, CE || BA and AC is transversal. 13. (B) Let 5, 3 R+

ACE = BAC = 60

O here 5 > 3 but 5 < 3

From the above if N > O then N < O

[alternate angles]

(This means when a negative value is

ACD = ACE + ECD multiplied on both sides of inequality

= 60 + 65 = 125 then the inequality symbol changes).

14. (A) According to SAS congruency criteria.

Now, ACB = 180O ACD

15. (C) CDE

= 180 125 = 55

9. (A) Angles in the same segment are equal. D + C + DEC = 180O

In CBP, C + B + P = 180 [by linear pair]

CBP = 105 D = 180O (50O + 20O ) = 110O

10. (A) Given equation is A = D = 110O

k + 64 8 = 2 [since, angles in the same segment of a

k = 28 circle are equal]

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16. (B) Equation of the line passing through (2, 19. (C) Given N = 2 + 3

8) and (5, 7)

(N N 1) (O 2 O1) = (O O 1) (N 2 N 1) 1 1

=

N 2+ 3

(N + 2) (7 8) = (O 8) (5 + 2)

(N + 2) (1) = (O 8) (7)

1

=

(

2 3 ) =

2 3

N + 2 = 7O + 56

N + 7O = 56 2

N (

2+ 3 2 3)( ) 2

2 ( 3)

2

N + 7O = 54

2 3 2 3

= =

43 1

N O

+ =1

54 54 1

= 2 3

7 N

N intercept = (54, 0) 1 1

2

Now, N + 2 = N + 2

2

54 N N

O intercept = 0,

7

( ) ( )

2

17. (C) Let initial surface area = N sq.units 2

= 2 + 3 + 2 3 2

N N

V 1 = initial volume = cu.units

6 6 = (4)2 2

2 N

3 6a = N a = = 16 2

6

surface area increased by 1%. = 14.

N 20. (A) From right ABD,

new surface area = N +

100 BD = 122 + 52 = 144 25 = 169

101 N

= sq.units = 13 cm

100

101N 101 N 1

V 2 = new volume = right ABD area = 5 12 = 30 cm2

6000 6 2

cu.units 3

equilateral BDC area = 132

4

increase percent in volume

169

V2 V1 = 3

= 100 4

V1

101 N Area of quadrilateral ABCD

101 N N N 6 6

= 6000 100

6 6 6 N N = Area of ABD + Area of BDC

169

101 101 1000 = 30 + 3

= 4

10

120 + 169 3

= 10.1 =

101 100 4

= 1.5%.

18. (Del) =

1

4

(120 + 169 3 ) cm 2

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21. (A) According to the question, 25. (B) Let three sides of the triangle be a = 26

cm ; b = 28 cm and c = 30 cm

2(1) + ( + 8) 2 = 32

Area of triangle = s (s a)(s b )(s c )

2 + 2 + 16 = 32 4 = 16

a+b +c

=4 s=

2

22. (B) Let edge of square field be a. 26 + 28 + 30

=

Distance covered by Edward = a + a = 2a 2

= 42 cm

Distance covered by Misha = a2 + a2 = 2a

= 42 (42 26 )(42 28 )(42 30 )

2a

Required percentage = 100 = 336 cm2

2a

but given parallelogram area = triangle

71% area

a2b2 b2 c2 a2 c2 b h = 336

x1/a b a x1/b c b x1/c ac

23. (D) 1/b 1/c 1/a 336

x x x b = 28 28 h = 336 h = = 12

28

a2b2 b2c2 a2c2

Hence, height = 12 cm.

1 1 1 1 1 1

b a c b ac

Physics

= x a b

x b c

x c a

26. (A) Since the speed of sound in water is 1500

m/s, in 0.5 seconds the wave travels 750

am mn metres. This is the distance from the

3 n = a surface to the bottom of the seabed and

a back to the surface. The depth of the sea

750

a2b2 b2 c2 a2 c2 is therefore = 375 metres.

b a

b a c b

c b ac

ac 2

= x ab

x bc

x ac

27. (C) When the ball is being released in

vacuum, the ball has an initial speed of

0 m s1 and an acceleration of 10 m s2.

= x ab xbc x ca

There is no air resistance in vacuum and

therefore the gravitational acceleration is

= x ab + b c + ca 3 am an = am+n

constant throughout the journey. With

24. (C) Diagonal of a square = 2 the constant acceleration on the ball, the

ball increases its speed at a constant rate

Length of side of square = 2 of 10 m s2 (constant acceleration).

28. (D) If the mass of liquid is 1 g and the volume

Now, length of rectangle = 3 2 is 1 cm3, the density is 1 g/cm3. When the

mass of a liquid is doubled (i.e., 2 g) and

and breadth of rectangle = 2 2

the volume of a liquid is also doubled

Diagonal of rectangle (i.e., 2 cm3) then the density= 2/ 2 = 1 g/

cm3, remains unchanged.

= (3 2)2 + (2 2)2 29. (D) p = mv = quantity of motion in the body.

Clearly, p is doubled, when either m is

= 18 + 8 = 26 doubled or v is doubled.

30. (A) Noise is an unpleasant loud sound such

as a jet plane taking off. The other sounds

are comparatively less noisy and are used

as warning signals.

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31. (B) The tenth floor is at a distance of 10 3 (iii) From C to A, Speed = 3 V

= 30 metres from the ground floor. The lift

travels this distance in 20 seconds. As 180 2R

Distance = 2R =

360 2

distance

Speed =

time D 2R

Time = =

30 m S 2 3V

= 1.5 m / s.

20 s Average speed for total journey

32. (A) As the plum falls off a branch to the

Total Distance 2R

ground, its speed increases and thus its = =

Total taken 2 R 2 R 2 R

kinetic energy also increases. However, as + +

its height decreases so does its 6V 6V 6V

2R

gravitational potential energy. = =2 V

6 R

33. (C) u = 6 m s1

6V

v=0

t = 3 seconds. 41. (D) As per the given figure in the question,

Acceleration point P is pivoted and the direction is

downward. Point Q is also pivoted and

v u 0 6 directed upward. The extreme end has a

a= = = 2 m s 2 .

t 3 man of weight 800 N standing on the

Force = m a = 4 2 = 8 N diving board that is balanced. Directions

34. (C) If the compression travels along the of P and Q are opposite and balanced as

length of the spring, then the wave is a the forces at P and Q are equal to 800 N.

longitudinal wave. Force at Q is 800 N up and weight of man

35. (B) v = u + at = 0 + 17.5 (8 60) standing on the diving board is also 800

N up.

= 8400 m s1

42. (A) As more and more volume of an object is

36. (D) Statements (A) and (B) are true of weight

immersed in water, the apparent weight

and mass. The units of weight and force

of the object goes on decreasing and it

are same i.e., newton. The unit of mass

becomes more and more lighter. Once the

is kilogram.

object is completely immersed in the

37. (C) Work done = 600 N20 m = 12 000 J = 12 kJ. liquid (water), then further lowering it in

38. (D) All the three coal, petrol and sweet the liquid (water) does not make it any

release energy as they have chemical more lighter. It means that the maximum

potential energy. Coal and petrol release loss in weight of an object takes place

their energy on burning and sweets when it is fully immersed in a liquid

contain carbohydrates which release (water). Spring balance P shows the

energy in the body. smallest reading.

39. (D) When the cork is floating, its weight is 43. (A) Frequency of sawing is 2 x 55 = 110 per

balanced by the upthrust. Therefore, net second. The wavelength is given by

force on the cork is zero.

speed 330

40. (A) = = 3 metres.

frequency 110

(i) From A to B, Speed = V

44. (C) There are two reaction forces because

60 2R there are two legs in contact with the floor.

Distance = 2R =

360 6 Although the total reaction force acting on

the mans legs is 600 N, this force is evenly

D 2R distributed among the two legs. The force

Time = =

S 6V on each leg is therefore 300 N.

(ii) From B to C, Speed = 2 V

120 2R

Distance = 2R =

360 3

D 2R

Time = =

S 3 2V

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45. (A) The handle of a school bag is made of Chemistry

thick cloth (canvas) so that the weight of 51. (A) Since X has 11 protons, it also has 11

bag may fall over a large area of the electrons, with a configuration of 2.8.1.

shoulder of the child producing less Hence, X forms X + ion with nucleon

pressure on the shoulder. And due to less number of 12 + 11 (23).

pressure, it is more comfortable to carry

52. (A) The number of moles of hydrogen gas =

the heavy school bag. On the other hand,

2/2 = 1; and the number of moles of

if the school bag handle is made thin,

methane = 16/16 = 1. Therefore, the ratio

then the weight of school bag will fall

of volumes is 1 : 1 for hydrogen and

over a small area of the shoulder. This will

methane respectively.

produce a large pressure on the shoulder

of the child and it will become very 53. (B) The mass of an object is the amount of

painful to carry the heavy school bag. matter the object has.

As P floats on R but Q floats on P, P has

46. (A) 2 kg = 20 N. Energy used (250 J) = force

a smaller mass than R but a greater mass

(20 N) distance in metres. The distance

than Q. Hence, R has the greatest mass

250

is = 12.5 m. among P, Q and R.

20

As R floats on S, S has a greater mass than

The stone thrown up reaches a height of R. Hence, S has the greatest mass among

12.5 m before it returns to the ground. the four liquids.

47. (B) The objects echo is reflecting off in 3

54. (D) Mr of A l 2O3 = 2(27) + 3(16) = 102

seconds away (half of the 6 seconds).

Therefore, 3 330 m = 990 m = approx. 1 km 2 27 204

Mass of A l = = 108 g.

48. (A) Centripetal force is the force acting 102

towards the centre of a circle. The 55. (B) When a solution does not dissolve any

gravitational force between the sun and more solute (sugar) it is said to be

the earth provides the necessary saturated.

centripetal force. In the solar system, Option (A): Insoluble means a solid that

planets move in almost circular orbits will not dissolve in a particular solvent.

around the sun. A force (called centripetal

Option (C): Soluble means a solid that will

force) is needed to make an object move

dissolve in a solvent.

in a circular orbit (or circular path). In the

case of planets moving around the sun, Option (D): Unsaturated means a solution

the centripetal force is provided by the in which more solute will dissolve in a

gravitational force of the sun. solvent.

49. (D) During photosynthesis, the green leaves 56. (C) Lighter gases diffuse faster.

of plants change light from the sun into Mr of C l 2 = 2 x 35.5 = 71

chemical energy (sugars and starch). Mr of CO2 = 12 + 2 x 16 = 44

50. (A) As per the given question and figure, the Mr of CH4 = 12 + 4 x 1 = 16

block on the slope is balanced, otherwise Mr of N2 = 2 x 14 = 28

it will move down. The labelled upward

57. (D) For calcium, P = 20, E = 20, N = 20.

arrow Z clearly indicates frictional force

Therefore, the following relationships

acting opposite to the motion of block.

are true: P = N, E = N and 2E = P + N

58. (B) Solution in beaker 2 has the most

concentrated salt solution as the

concentration of the solution is 16 g/100

cm 3.

59. (C) Boron and carbon, both have 6 neutrons.

Option (A): Carbon has 6 neutrons and

nitrogen has 7 neutrons.

Option (B): Lithium has 4 neutrons and

beryllium has 5 neutrons.

Option (D): Oxygen has 8 neutrons and

fluorine has 10 neutrons.

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60. (D) Only CO 2 (Carbon dioxide) and CaCl 2 67. (D) Molecules in a solid are held together by

(Calcium chloride) contain three atoms. strong intermolecular forces as they are

in fixed position. Liquids diffuse slowly

CaO (calcium oxide) contains 2 atoms

because intermolecular distances are

(calcium and oxygen).

small. Hence, the molecules in liquids

61. (D) Diffusion is the movement of particles vibrate and undergo large number of

from a region of higher concentration to collisions with the neighbouring

a region of lower concentration. molecules or slide over one another

62. (B) Copper is an element; air is a mixture; easily. The particles in liquids move slowly

Copper (II) sulphate is a compound. than the particles in gases, so diffusion in

liquid is slower than that in gases.

Option (A): Has no element

68. (D) Chromatography can be used to

Options (C) and (D): Has no mixture determine the identity of the illegal

63. (C) Ammonia gas NH3 contains 4 atoms (1N colour additive.

and 3H) Options (A), (B) and (C): These methods

Option (A): Ammonia gas NH 3 has two cannot accurately determine the identity

elements (nitrogen and hydrogen) of the illegal additive.

Option (B): Ammonia gas NH 3 has 69. (A) CuO (Copper oxide) contains only 2 atoms

molecules with two elements (nitrogen but H2O and CO2 contain 3 atoms.

and hydrogen) Option (B): All the three molecules

Option (D): The size of atoms cannot be (CO, O2, MgO) contain 2 atoms.

determined from the chemical formula.

Option (C): All the three molecules

64. (A) In a gas (air), the particles are the farthest

apart. (NH3, PC l 3, H2O2) contain 4 atoms.

Options (B), (C) and (D): All of these are Option (D): All the three molecules

liquids (water, molten iron and liquefied (N2O, NO2, O3) contain 3 atoms.

perfume) and therefore the particles are

70. (C) The room temperature is less than +58C,

more closely packed together as

so the substance is in the solid state.

compared to the particles in gases.

Hence, the particles are packed closely

65. Delete together in a regular pattern. A solid

66. (B) Sodium and Chlorine are the elements substance sublimes to a gas at +56 C. The

present in the compound sodium gaseous vapours of the substance lose

chloride. kinetic energy and heat to the

surroundings by cooling and convert back

Option (A): Hydrogen (not nitrogen) and to solid at room temperature. The

oxygen are the elements present in gaseous particles of the substances

water. rearrange to form solid again.

Option (C): Sulfur and oxygen (not oxide)

are the elements present in sulfur

dioxide

Option (D): Copper and sulfur (not

sulfide) are the elements present in

copper sulfide.

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Biology 82. (D) Azotobacter is a free living nitrogen fixing

bacteria and nitrosomonas is a nitrifying

71. (C) Root hair cells have a long, narrow

bacteria that play an important role in

cytoplasmic extension to speed up the

providing nitrogen to plants.

uptake of ions and water into roots.

83. (D) The basic objective of Pulse Polio

72. (B,C) Mitochondria and chloroplasts contains

Immunisation Programme is to immunise

DNA and RNA that help them to multiply

those children who are not earlier

on their own. Hence, they are called

immunised or who are partially

semi-autonomous organelles.

immunised. To boost the immunity of

73. (B) Bacteria is an unicellular prokaryote with children already immunised. To remove

a cell wall and lacks membrane bound cell the disease-causing virus from the

organelles. It belongs to monera. environment.

74. (D) Y in the given cells is nucleus. Nucleus 84. (B) Niacin - Pellagra, Vitamin C - Scurvy,

controls the activities in the cells. Vitamin K - Bleeding, Protein -

Kwashiorkor, Vitamin A - Xerophthalmia.

75. (D) Golgi apparatus play an important role in

the storage, packing and secretion of cell 85. (B) Sunflower is an oil yielding plant.

products and repairing of broken 86. (C) Pteridophytes are vascular cryptogams.

membranes of lysosomes, cell wall and

plasma membrane. 87. (A) In the given figure P is nucleus. Nucleus

controls all the activities of the cell.

76. (A) Typhoid, tuberculosis and diptheria are

bacterial diseases. 88. (C) Lizards grow their lost tails by

regeneration.

77. (C) Phloem is a food conducting tissue. It

transports food made in leaves to other 89. (D) Lizards are cold blooded animals which do

parts of the plant. not have a constant body temperature.

78. (A) Sea anemones are classified in the 90. (A) The correct sequence is

phylum cnidaria. Q R P S

79. (C) Spinach is a leaf part that contains green 91. (B) 92. (B) 93. (C)

pigment called chloroplast. Leucoplasts

94. (D) 95. (C) 96. (B)

are found in storage organs like potato

tuber. Chromoplasts are coloured plastids 97. (C) 98. (A) 99. (B) 100. (C)

found in fruits and flowers.

80. (A) Liver stores food in the form of glycogen.

81. (C) The given figure shows mixed cropping.

It helps in maintaining soil fertility and

makes better use of resources.

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