If three sides of a rectangular park have a total length of 400 ft, then area of park is maximum when length(in ft) of its longer side is ?

Let the length and breadth of the park be l and b, l > b

Case 1: 2l + b = 400

Area = lb. Area is maximum when 2l * b is maximum, which is maximum when 2l = b

=> l = 100, b = 200. Which can't happen since l > b

Case 2: l + 2b = 400

Area = lb. Area is maximum when l *2 b is

maximum, which is maximum when l = 2b

=> l = 200, b = 100.

Hence the length of the longer side is 200 ft

What is the diameter of largest hemisphere that can be inscribed in a cube of edge length 1?

√3(√3 - 1)

0.4√6(√6 - 1)

√3

1

Place a hemishphere such that ends of it's diameter coincide with opposite vertices of any face of cube

Diameter = diagonal of cube =a√3

Here a=1

So diameter of hemishphere =√3

You can check that other values are less than √3 hence option (c)

But the correct ans is option (b)

A sphere is inscribed in a cone whose radius and height are 12 and 16 units, respectively. Then, the volume of the sphere is

a. 256pi | ||

b. 288pi | ||

c. 216pi | ||

d. 312pi |

A regular tetrahedron of length 12 cm is accommodated in a sphere such that all its vertices touch the sphere. Find the radius of the sphere. Options : 1)7.2 cm 2)7 cm 3)7.5 cm 4)6.5 cm

in tetrahedron height h = (√6/3)a where a = length of an edge

so, in this case, h=(√6/3)*12 which is (√6)*4

we know the height of tetrahedron is divided in the ratio of 2:1 from the centre of the sphere or centroid of the tetrahedron

so radius of sphere =(2/3)*(√6)*4=8*2.44/3

=19.52/3=6.5

hence option (4) is correct

U can also learn directly

Radius of sphere inside tetrahedron= h/4

And radius of sphere circumscribing tetrahedron =3h/4

How many of the following rectangle cannot be divided in two equal parts which can be rearranged to form a square?

16×9

18×8

24×6

36×4

all of these?

The given ans is 36x4.

Find the number of different shortest paths from point A to point B in a city with perfectly horizontal streets and vertical avenues as shown in figure. No path can cross the fenced off area shown in grey in the figure.

16

17

19

The height of a trapezoid whose diagonals are mutually perpendicular is equal to 4. Find the area of the trapezoid if it is known that the length of one of its diagonal is equal to 5.

ans: 50/3

The parallel sides of a trapezium are of 6 units and 8 units respectively. Find the length of the line segment parallel to these sides and which divides the area of the trapezium in equal halves.

4√3** **

5√2** **

8² - x² = x² - 6²

2x² = 8² + 6²

x = 5√2

ABCD is a square. P and Q are points on the sides, as shown, such that BP: PC = 3: 1 and BQ: AQ = 2: 1. Find the ratio of the area of the shaded region to the area of the square ABCD.

5/12

7/24

A cube is divided into two parts by a plane passing through three non-adjacent vertices. Find the ratio of volume of the smaller part to that of larger one.

**Ans: 1:5**

26.

Let the larger radius be x. By the power of a point theorem,

AB BC = FB^{2}

x(x-42) = (x-24)^{2}

6x = 24^{2},

x = 96.

Now the smaller radius is AC/2 = (AB+BC)/2 = (2x -42)/2 = x-21 = 75. Hence the radius of the smaller circle = 75.