Quadratic Equations (IMO- Mathematics Olympiad (SOF) Class 10): Questions 21 - 28 of 80

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Question number: 21

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If one roots of is 3 times the other; the value of p is ________

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Question number: 22

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A convex polygon has 77 diagonals. The number of its sides is ________

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11

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14

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8

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3

Question number: 23

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The square of a number is decreased by 24. This value is twice the original number. Then the number is ________

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Question number: 24

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In the equation, the sum of the roots is 3 and the product of the roots is 25. Then h and k respectively, have the values ________

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-9 and 5

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-9 and -5

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9 and 5

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9 and -5

Question number: 25

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If one roots of is twice the other root, and then the value of ‘b’ is ________

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3

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-9

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9

Question number: 26

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Solve the equation by using quadratic formula, then x is ________

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Question number: 27

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A convex polygon has 90 diagonals. The number of its sides is ________

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19

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15

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14

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10

Question number: 28

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One of the two students, while solving a quadratic equation in x, copied the constant term incorrectly and got the roots 4 and 5. The other copied the constant term and coefficient of correctly as and respectively. The correct roots are

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5, 4

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