• 8√6 cm2
• 9√5 cm2
• 12√6 cm2
• 4√3 cm2

• 224.4 cm2
• 448.8 cm2
• 242.4 cm2
• 848.4 cm2

• 216
• 64
• 125
• 140

• 26
• 25
• 27
• 24
• #### 5.  Perimeter of a rhombus is 2p unit and sum of length of diagonals is m unit, then area of the rhombus is

• $$\frac{1}{4}{m^2}p\;sq\;unit$$
• $$\frac{1}{4}m{p^2}\;sq\;unit$$
• $$\frac{1}{4}\left( {{m^2} - {p^2}} \right)sq\;unit$$
• $$\frac{1}{4}\left( {{p^2} - {m^2}} \right)sq\;unit$$

• 3 : 1
• 2 : 1
• 3 : 2
• 4 : 3

• 4 cm
• 7.5 cm
• 9.6 cm
• 7 cm

• 82 cm
• 81 cm
• 76 cm
• 72 cm

• 8 : 7
• 16 : 7
• 24 : 49
• 48 : 49

• 256π
• 49π
• 36π
• 81π
• #### 11.  In a trapezium ABCD, if AB || CD, then AC2 + BD2 is equal to:

• BC2 + AD2 + 2AB. CD
• AB2 + CD2 + 2AD. BC
• AB2 + CD2 + 2AB. CD
• Insufficient data

• 3000
• 100
• 80
• 60
• #### 13.  ABCD is a square of side 14 cm. With A, B, C and D as centres and radius 7 cm, four arcs are drawn. The area of the region within the square unbounded by the arcs is

• 157.5 cm2
• 176 cm2
• $$\left( {\frac{\pi }{2}} \right)$$ cm2
• 42 cm2

• x + y
• x + y + z
• 2(x + y)
• x + z
• #### 15.  Area of parallelogram whose base is 8cm and height 5cm is

• 80 sq cm.
• 40 sq cm.
• 20 sq cm.
• None of these
• #### 16.  A conical cup is filled with ice-cream. The ice-cream forms a hemispherical shape on its open top. The height of the hemispherical part is 7 cm. the radius of the hemispherical part equals the height of the cone. Then the volume of the ice-cream is (use π = 22/7)

• 1078 cubic cm
• 1708 cubic cm
• 7108 cubic cm
• 7180 cubic cm

• 8 cm
• 16 cm
• 16√3 cm
• 8√3 cm
• #### 18.  The area of the greatest circle, which can be inscribed in a square whose perimeter is 360 cm, is

• (22/7) × (45)2 cm2
• (22/7) × (21/2)2 cm2
• (22/7) × (45/2)2 cm2
• (22/7) × (27/2)2 cm2

• 3318.33
• 3462.67
• 3154.67
• 3248.33

• 20 m
• 22 m
• 27 m
• 25 m

• 12 cm2
• 16 cm2
• 144 cm2
• 36 cm2

• 28m
• 30m
• 32m
• 36m

• 500 cm3
• 550 cm3
• 560 cm3
• 480 cm3

• 100 sq cm
• 25 sq cm
• 50 sq cm
• 160 sq cm

• 40m
• 36m
• 32m
• 30m

• 72
• 96
• 108
• 120
• #### 27.  In the given figure, PQRS is a rectangle, a semicircle with SR as the diameter is drawn. A circle is drawn a shown in the figure. If QR = 7 cm, then what is the radius (in cm) of the small circle?

• 21 + 14√2
• 21 - 14√2
• Both 1 and 2
• None of these

• 48[√3 + 1]
• 24[4 + √3]
• 28[6 + √3]
• 32[3 + √3]

• ½ m
• ¼ m
• 1 m
• 1/3 m

• 128 sq cm
• 196 sq cm
• 108 sq cm
• 256 sq cm
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