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R 12 Veto follow us: 14 D¯cw: (Un) 12:30 23.60 − 11.30 12.30 16. Hcp t¢m¡n kabw 12 BIp-t¼mÄ {]Xn-_nw_w ImWn-¡p kabw F{X? F) 12 _n) 10 kn) 11 Un) 1 D¯cw: (F) 12 24þ12 = 12 17. Hcp Znhkw Hcp t¢m¡nse kabhpw B t¢m¡nsâ {]Xn-_nw_w ImWn-¡p kabhpw F{X {]mhiyw Htc kabw ImWn¡pw? F) 1 _n) 2 kn) 4 Un) 6 D¯cw: (kn) 4 12 aWn¡pw 6 aWn-¡pw. Hcp Znhkw 2 {]mhiyw 12 aWnbpw 6 aWnbpw hcpw Iq-SpX Adn-hn-te¡v ‣ an\näv kqNn Hcp an\n-än 6 0 Xncnbpw ‣ aWn-¡qÀ kqNn Hcp aWn-¡q-dn 30 0 Xncnbpw ‣ Hcp Znhkw Hcp t¢m¡nse aWn-¡qÀ an\näv kqNn-IÄ Hn-¡p-Xv / 0 0 hcp- Xv = 22 {]mhiyw ‣ Hcp Znhkw Hcp t¢m¡nse aWn-¡qÀ an\näv kqNn-IÄ 180 0 Un{Kn-bn / FXnÀ Zn-i-bn hcp-Xv = 22 {]mhiyw ‣ Hcp Znhkw Hcp t¢m¡nse kqNn-IÄ 90 0  / a«-tIm-Wn / ]c-kv]cw ew_-§- fmbn hcp-Xv = 44 {]mhiyw ‣ Hcp Znhkw Hcp t¢m¡nse aWn-¡qÀ an\näv kqNn-IÄ t\Àtc-J-bn hcp-Xv = 44 {]mhiyw (a + b) 2 = a 2 + 2ab + b 2 (a - b) 2 = a 2 - 2ab + b 2 (a + b) 2 = (a-b) 2 + 4ab (a - b) 2 = (a+b) 2 - 4ab a 2 - b 2 = (a + b((a - b) (a + b) 3 = a 3 + 3a 2 b + 3ab 2 + b 3 or = a 3 + b 3 + 3ab (a+b) (a - b) 3 = a 3 - 3a 2 b + 3ab 2 - b 3 or = a 3 - b 3 - 3ab (a+b) (a 3 + b 3 ) = (a + b) (a 2 - ab+b 2 ) (x + a) (x + b) = x 2 + x(a+b)+ab (a 3 - b 3 ) = (a - b) (a 2 + ab + b 2 ) type - V 18. KWnX A[ym-]-I-t\mSv cmap ka-b-sa-{Xbmbn Fv tNmZn-¨-t¸mÄ In«nb adp-]Sn 1 ""]nn« ka-b-¯nsâ Dw _m¡n-bpÅ 5 ka-bhpw Xpeyw''. ka-b-sa{X? F) 8 am _n) 8 pm kn) 7 am Un) 9 pm D¯cw: (_n) 8 pm Ffp-¸-hgn 1 ]nn« ka-b-¯nsâ Dw _m¡n-bpÅ x 24× x ka-bhpw Xpeyw F¦n kabw = x + 1 24× 5 24× 5 = = 20 5+ 1 6 bYmÀ° kabw ImWm³ 12  \nv Ipd-bv¡pI 20-þ12 = 8 pm 19. ka-b-sa-{X-bmbn F tNmZy-¯n\v HcmÄ 1 \ÂInb adp-]Sn ]nn« ka-b-¯nsâ Dw _m¡n-bpÅ ka-bhpw Xpeyw. 7 F) 6 pm _n) 9 pm kn) 8 am Un) 5 pm D¯cw: (_n) 9 pm 24× 7 24× 7 = = 21 7+ 1 8 21-12 = 9 pm type - VI 20. Hcp t¢m¡v 1 aWn¡v Hcp {]mhiyw 2 aWn¡v 2 {]mhiyw 3 aWn¡v 3 {]mhiyw F {Ia-¯n 12 aWn¡v 12 {]mh-iyhpw s_Ã-Sn-¡p-p. F¦n 2 Znhkw BIp-t¼mÄ B t¢m¡v F{X s_Ã- Sn¡pw? F) 24 _n) 72 kn) 48 Un) 312 D¯cw: (Un) 312 Ffp-¸-hgn Znh-k-¯nsâ F®-¯ns\ 156 sIm≠ v KpWn-¨m aXn 2 x 156 = 312 21. Hcp t¢m¡v Hmtcm aWn-¡q-dnepw B aWn-¡q-dn\v Xpey-amb s_Ã-Sn-¡p-p. F¦n 10 Znh-k-¯n B t¢m¡v F{X s_Ã-Sn¡pw? F) 100 _n) 480 kn) 1560 Un) 612 D¯cw: (kn) 1560 10x156 = 1560 IMPORTANT INC SESSIONS Year/Venue Importance President 1885, Bombay First Session W.C.Bannerjee 1887, Madrass First Muslim President first time in South India Badruddin Tyabji 1888, Allahabad First Foreign President George Gule 1897, Amaravati First Malayalee President C.Sankaran Nair 1901, Culcutta Gandhiji attended for the first time D.E.Wacha 1905, Banarus Slogan ‘Swadeshi’ was raised for the first time G.K. Gokhale 1906, Calcutta Resolution Swaraj was presented Dadhabhai Naoroji 1907, Surat INC Split into moderates and extremists Rashbehari Ghosh 1911, Culcutta National Anthem was Sung for the first time Pandit Bishan Narayan Dhar 1916, Lucknow Re-union of the congress, Lucknow Pact signed between Muslim league and congress A.C. Majumdar 1917, Culcutta First session presided by a Lady Annie Basant 1924, Belgaun First session presided by Gandhiji Gandhiji 1925, Kanpur First session to be presided by an Indian Lady Sarojini Naidu 1929, Lahore The Resolution Poorna Swaraj was passed Jawaharlal Nehru 1931, Karachi Resolution on Fundamental Rights was passed Sardar Vallabhai Patel 1934, Bombay Gandhiji Officially resigned from INC Dr. Rajendra Prasad 1937, Faizpur First Village Session Nehru 1939, Tripuri First Election Conducted in INC Subhash Chandra Bose 1942, Mumbai Resolution for Quit - India Movement Abdul Kalam Azad 1955, Avadi INC adopted socialism pattern U.N. Dhebar

R 12 Veto follow us: 15 English Selected Questions 1. One word for an idea or expression that has been too much used and is now out - dated. (a) Unfamiliar (b) Cliche (c) Old (d) Infamous Choose the words nearest in meaning of the underlined words for questions 2 and 3. 2. His argument is without rhyme or reason (a) Unrhymed (b) Unthinkable (c) Nonsensical (d) Notorious 3. He came to attend the function at the eleventh hour. (a) Too early (b) Too late (c) 11 O’clock (d) On time 4. The newly appointed Head Master has______ many reforms within a short period. (a) brought about (b) brought in (c) brought on (d) brought out 5. A supporter of the claims of women for rights equal to men is called : (a) Nun (b) Feminist (c) Lady (d) spinster Relative Pronoun -Who - Tips • Hcp \ma¯n\v tijapÅ blank sâ sXm«Sp¯v hcp hm¡v Hcp {Inb (verb) BsW¦n blank s â Øm\¯v who BWv D] tbmKn¡pXv. eg: I want to meet the artist who has painted this picture Fm Xncn¡p hmIyw superlative degree bnepÅXmsW¦n who \v ]Icw ‘that’ BWv D]tbmKn t¡ ≠Xv eg: He is the best speaker that is available. cRvP³cmPv shªmdaqSv 6. When I go to school I put ______ my uniform. (a) in (b) off (c) on (d) out 7. I want to meet the poet ______ has written this poem. (a) whom (b) which (c) whose (d) who 8. The word nearest in meaning to ‘Posthumous’ is : (a) Before death (b) At the time of death (c) Happen while dying (d) Happen after death 9. My friend explained an incident which I found difficult to believe. The meaning of the underlined phrase is: (a) Unbelief (b) Incredible (c) Legendary (d) Imaginative 10. The early bird catches ______ (a) the worm (b) the fish (c) the earthworm (d) Insect 11. Killing of a human being is: (a) Death (b) Patricide (c) Fratricide (d) Homicide 12. ‘Oblivion’ is: (a) Impertinence (b) Pride (c) Forgetfulness (d) Hatred 13. The opposite of ‘ease’ is : (a) Disease (b) Unease (c) Easeless (d) Difficulty 14. ‘Reverence’ relates to : (a) Humiliation (b) Insulting (c) Severe Injury d) Deep respect 15. Which of these words means a type of poem? (a) Elegy (b) Farce (c) Rhyme (d) Prosaic 16. There are many prisoners in the ______ (a) Gaol (b) Gad (c) Gaole (d) Goal 17. “I am not a pessimist” means I am ______ (a) A prophet (b) A seer (c) A capitalist (d) An optimist 18. ‘Ornithology’ means: (a) Study of birds (b) Study of animals (c) Study of reptiles (d) None of these 19. ‘Get out of the room’ is a/an ______ sentence (a) Assertive (b) Interrogative (c) Exclamatory (d) Imperative 20. If I had not seen him smoking, I ______ believed it. (a) would not have (b) would have (c) would (d) would have been 21. Do you have any progress ______ your studies? (a) on (b) in (c) over (d) with 22. If I had gone there, I ______ him (a) had met (b) could meet (c) could have met (d) could met 23. Bovine means pertaining to (a) pigs (b) fools (c) agriculture (d) cattle 24. You like tea without sugar, ______? (a) aren’t you (b) don’t you (c) isn’t it (d) do you 25. Offspring of a tiger is a (a) calf (b) cub (c) kitten (d) tigress 26. Gopan’s father is alive, but his mother is______ (a) died (b) dead (c) being dead (d) dying 27. Which sentence is incorrect (a) He received a complaint (b) He has received a complaint (c) He had received a complaint (d) He had been received a complaint Relative Pronoun -Whom-Tips • blank \v tijw Hcp IÀ¯mhv (subject) hcpIbpw AXns\¯pSÀv Htm ct ≠m {InbIÄ XpSsc hcpIbpw sNbvXm whom F Relative form D] tbmKn¡Ww. eg: This is the boy whom I told you yesterday • hntijn¸n¡s¸Sp hyàn\ma¯n\v tijw preposition hmepw whom D]tbmKn¡Ww. eg: The girl to whom I spoke is my neighbour 8. Each of the institutions should be in harmony ______ others (a) with (b) with the (c) to (d) upon the 29. Which word is correctly spelt (a) mosquitto (b) mosquito (c) mosquto (d) mosqito 30. He promised to help me, but later he ______ (a) backed out (b) took off (c) put away (d) let out 31. The earlier you begin to practice ______ (a) the easier it will be to perform (b) it is easier to perform (c) you will find it easy to perform (d) the performance will be easier 32. One who lives in a town is familiar with______life. (a) rural (b) urban (c) townish (d) country 33. What can be the opposite of the word ‘novice’ (a) veteran (b) vice (c) serviced (d) crooked 34. One of the boys ______ this window (a) has broken (b) have broken (c) have been broken

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