NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 10: Questions 317 - 324 of 1484

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Question number: 317

» Mathematics » Polynomials

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The product of and is ________.

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Question number: 318

» Mathematics » Polynomials

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is divisible by when ‘n’ is ________.

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An odd number

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A natural number

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An even number

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A prime number

Question number: 319

» Mathematics » Arithmetic Progressions

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In an AP, the sum of 3 numbers is 18 and their product is 162. Then the three numbers are

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Question number: 320

» Mathematics » Surface Area and Volumes

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Ratio of volumes of two cylinders with equal heights and radius of 3 cm and 2 cm respectively is

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3: 2

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9: 4

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9: 2

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None of the above

Question number: 321

» Mathematics » Polynomials

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The product of two consecutive numbers is 42. Find them.

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-6,7

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6,7

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21, -2

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6, -7

Question number: 322

» Mathematics » Polynomials

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Find ‘a’ and ‘b’ in order that may be exactly divisible by .

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Question number: 323

» Mathematics » Trigonometry

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________.

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1

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None of the above

Question number: 324

» Mathematics » Polynomials

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There are four polynomials P (x), Q (x), R (x) and S (x). If the HCF of each pair is and the LCM of all four polynomial is then the product of four polynomials is

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