NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 9: Questions 410 - 417 of 2000

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Question number: 410

» Mathematics » Polynomials

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For to be a factor of , the value of p and q must be:

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7,64

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-6,16

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8, -3

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14,32

Question number: 411

» Mathematics » Coordinate Geometry

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The distance of the point from the origin is

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2 units

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units

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units

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Question number: 412

» Mathematics » Heron's Formula

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If the altitude of an equilateral triangle is cm, its area is

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Question number: 413

» Mathematics » Linear Equations in Two Variables

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The equation of line passing through the origin is ________.

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None of the above

Question number: 414

» Mathematics » Heron's Formula

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In a quadrilateral ABCD given that and diagonal . Its area is

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Question number: 415

» Mathematics » Number Systems

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The average of the middle two rational numbers if are arranged in ascending order is

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Question number: 416

» Mathematics » Surface Areas & Volumes

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A cylindrical rod whose height is 4 times of its radius is melted and recast into spherical balls of same radius. The number of balls will be

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12

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2

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6

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3

Question number: 417

» Mathematics » Polynomials

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Divide by 2xy.

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