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Here a maximum number of columns=H.C.F. between 32 and 616. By division method 616=32x19+8 32=8x4+0, so 8 is H.C, F. between616 and 32.Hence the maximum number of columns=8 Answered on 18/07/2019 CBSE/Class 10/Mathematics/UNIT I: Number systems/Real numbers/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 1.1

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Let 3+2√5 is a rational number =a/b,then 2√5=a/b-3=(a-3b)/b and √5=(a-3b)/2b. This shows √5 is a rational number.But √5 is an irrational number. So 3+2√5 is irrational ## Lessons (7)

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Trigonometric ratios for complementary angles

When the sum of two angles=90 degrees, they are called complementary angles. We can use following formula →sin(90-θ)=cosθ,cos(90-θ)=sinθ,tan(90-θ)=cotθ,cosec(90-θ)=secθ,sec(90-θ)=cosecθ We...

Euclid's divsion lemma application in finding H.C.F.

We know that Euclid's Division lemma states if a and b are two positive integers and a>b, then a=bq+r where q and r are two integers, where the value of r is given by 0<=r<b, This principle is...

Cube root by estimation

To find cube root by estimation we divide a number into two groups and find ones and tens from each group. Example1):-Estimate cube root of 12167 Here we divide 12167 into two groups 12 and 167 Take...

Answered on 18/07/2019 CBSE/Class 10/Mathematics/UNIT I: Number systems/Real numbers/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 1.1

An army contingent of 616 members is to march behind an army band of 32 members in a parade. The two... ...more

An army contingent of 616 members is to march behind an army band of 32 members in a parade. The two groups are to march in the same number of columns. What is the maximum number of columns in which they can march?

Here a maximum number of columns=H.C.F. between 32 and 616. By division method 616=32x19+8 32=8x4+0, so 8 is H.C, F. between616 and 32.Hence the maximum number of columns=8

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Answers 2 Comments Answered on 18/07/2019 CBSE/Class 10/Mathematics/UNIT I: Number systems/Real numbers/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 1.1

Let a and b are two integers, where a>b, then according to Euclid division lemma a=bq+r where 0<=r<b, Here let b=6, then a=6q+r so 0<=r<6 When r=0, a=6q, when r=1,a=6q+1, for r=2, a=6q+2, for r=3, a=6q+3, for r=4, a=6q+4, for r=5, a=6q+5.here 6q,6q+2 and 6q+4 are divisible by 2, so even. 6q+1,6q+3... ...more

Let a and b are two integers, where a>b, then according to Euclid division lemma a=bq+r where 0<=r<b, Here let b=6, then a=6q+r so 0<=r<6

When r=0, a=6q, when r=1,a=6q+1, for r=2, a=6q+2, for r=3, a=6q+3, for r=4, a=6q+4, for r=5, a=6q+5.here 6q,6q+2 and 6q+4 are divisible by 2, so even.

6q+1,6q+3 and 6q+5 are not divisible by 2. so they are odd.

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Answers 3 Comments Answered on 18/07/2019 CBSE/Class 10/Mathematics/UNIT I: Number systems/Real numbers/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 1.4

Without actually performing the long division, state whether the following rational numbers will have... ...more

Without actually performing the long division, state whether the following rational numbers will have a terminating decimal expansion or a non-terminating repeating decimal expansion:

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) For a terminating decimal denominator must be 2^mx5^n where m and n are integers. For (i) 3125=5^5x1=5^5x2^0=2^0x5^5 So 13/3125 is a terminating decimal. (ii)8=2^3x1=2^3x5^0 so 17/8 is a terminating decimal. (iii)155=5x31. There is no factor of 2 here. So 64/155... ...more

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(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

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For a terminating decimal denominator must be 2^mx5^n where m and n are integers.

For (i) 3125=5^5x1=5^5x2^0=2^0x5^5 So 13/3125 is a terminating decimal.

(ii)8=2^3x1=2^3x5^0 so 17/8 is a terminating decimal.

(iii)155=5x31. There is no factor of 2 here. So 64/155 is non terminating decimal.

(iv)1600=64x25=2^6x5^2. So 15/1600 is terminating decimal.

(v)343=7^3, no factors of 2 and 5. So 29/343 is non terminating decimal.

(vi) The denominator is 2^3x5^2. So 23/2^3x5^2 is a terminating decimal.

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Answers 2 Comments Answered on 18/07/2019 CBSE/Class 10/Mathematics/UNIT I: Number systems/Real numbers/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 1.3

(i)Let is a rational number=. Squaring both sides ½=, So b^2=2a^2.So b^2 is divisible by 2 and b is divisible by 2. Let b=2c where c is an integer. Then b^2=4c^2, Hence 2a^2=4c^2. and a^2=2c^2.so a^2 is divisible by 2 and a is divisible by 2.This shows a and b have a common factor 2. But for a... ...more

(i)Let is a rational number=. Squaring both sides ½=, So b^2=2a^2.So b^2 is divisible by 2 and b is divisible by 2. Let b=2c where c is an integer. Then b^2=4c^2, Hence 2a^2=4c^2. and a^2=2c^2.so a^2 is divisible by 2 and a is divisible by 2.This shows a and b have a common factor 2. But for a rational number a/b there cannot be a common factor other than 1.So this contradicts 1/√2 is rational. So it is an irrational number.

(ii) Let 7√5 is a rational number=a/b.

then√5=a/7b is a rational number. But we know√5 is irrational. So 7√5 is irrational.

(iii)Let 6+√2 is a rational number=a/b

then√2=(a/b)-6=(a-6b)/6 is a rational number.

This contradicts √2 is irrational.

So 6+√2 is irrational.

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Answers 5 Comments Answered on 18/07/2019 CBSE/Class 10/Mathematics/UNIT I: Number systems/Real numbers/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 1.3

Let 3+2√5 is a rational number =a/b,then 2√5=a/b-3=(a-3b)/b and √5=(a-3b)/2b. This shows √5 is a rational number.But √5 is an irrational number. So 3+2√5 is irrational

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Answered on 18/07/2019 CBSE/Class 10/Mathematics/UNIT I: Number systems/Real numbers/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 1.1

An army contingent of 616 members is to march behind an army band of 32 members in a parade. The two... ...more

An army contingent of 616 members is to march behind an army band of 32 members in a parade. The two groups are to march in the same number of columns. What is the maximum number of columns in which they can march?

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Let a and b are two integers, where a>b, then according to Euclid division lemma a=bq+r where 0<=r<b, Here let b=6, then a=6q+r so 0<=r<6 When r=0, a=6q, when r=1,a=6q+1, for r=2, a=6q+2, for r=3, a=6q+3, for r=4, a=6q+4, for r=5, a=6q+5.here 6q,6q+2 and 6q+4 are divisible by 2, so even. 6q+1,6q+3... ...more

Let a and b are two integers, where a>b, then according to Euclid division lemma a=bq+r where 0<=r<b, Here let b=6, then a=6q+r so 0<=r<6

When r=0, a=6q, when r=1,a=6q+1, for r=2, a=6q+2, for r=3, a=6q+3, for r=4, a=6q+4, for r=5, a=6q+5.here 6q,6q+2 and 6q+4 are divisible by 2, so even.

6q+1,6q+3 and 6q+5 are not divisible by 2. so they are odd.

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Answers 3 Comments Answered on 18/07/2019 CBSE/Class 10/Mathematics/UNIT I: Number systems/Real numbers/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 1.4

Without actually performing the long division, state whether the following rational numbers will have... ...more

Without actually performing the long division, state whether the following rational numbers will have a terminating decimal expansion or a non-terminating repeating decimal expansion:

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) For a terminating decimal denominator must be 2^mx5^n where m and n are integers. For (i) 3125=5^5x1=5^5x2^0=2^0x5^5 So 13/3125 is a terminating decimal. (ii)8=2^3x1=2^3x5^0 so 17/8 is a terminating decimal. (iii)155=5x31. There is no factor of 2 here. So 64/155... ...more

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

For a terminating decimal denominator must be 2^mx5^n where m and n are integers.

For (i) 3125=5^5x1=5^5x2^0=2^0x5^5 So 13/3125 is a terminating decimal.

(ii)8=2^3x1=2^3x5^0 so 17/8 is a terminating decimal.

(iii)155=5x31. There is no factor of 2 here. So 64/155 is non terminating decimal.

(iv)1600=64x25=2^6x5^2. So 15/1600 is terminating decimal.

(v)343=7^3, no factors of 2 and 5. So 29/343 is non terminating decimal.

(vi) The denominator is 2^3x5^2. So 23/2^3x5^2 is a terminating decimal.

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Answers 2 Comments Answered on 18/07/2019 CBSE/Class 10/Mathematics/UNIT I: Number systems/Real numbers/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 1.3

(i)Let is a rational number=. Squaring both sides ½=, So b^2=2a^2.So b^2 is divisible by 2 and b is divisible by 2. Let b=2c where c is an integer. Then b^2=4c^2, Hence 2a^2=4c^2. and a^2=2c^2.so a^2 is divisible by 2 and a is divisible by 2.This shows a and b have a common factor 2. But for a... ...more

(i)Let is a rational number=. Squaring both sides ½=, So b^2=2a^2.So b^2 is divisible by 2 and b is divisible by 2. Let b=2c where c is an integer. Then b^2=4c^2, Hence 2a^2=4c^2. and a^2=2c^2.so a^2 is divisible by 2 and a is divisible by 2.This shows a and b have a common factor 2. But for a rational number a/b there cannot be a common factor other than 1.So this contradicts 1/√2 is rational. So it is an irrational number.

(ii) Let 7√5 is a rational number=a/b.

then√5=a/7b is a rational number. But we know√5 is irrational. So 7√5 is irrational.

(iii)Let 6+√2 is a rational number=a/b

then√2=(a/b)-6=(a-6b)/6 is a rational number.

This contradicts √2 is irrational.

So 6+√2 is irrational.

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Euclid's divsion lemma application in finding H.C.F.

We know that Euclid's Division lemma states if a and b are two positive integers and a>b, then a=bq+r where q and r are two integers, where the value of r is given by 0<=r<b, This principle is...

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