Linear Equations In Two Variables Class 9th Mathematics Part I MHB Solution

Linear Equations In Two Variables Class 9th Mathematics Part I MHB Solution
Practice Set 5.1
  1. By using variables x and y form any five linear equations in two variables.…
  2. Write five solutions of the equation x + y = 7.
  3. Solve the following sets of simultaneous equations. i. x + y = 4; 2x - 5y = 1 ii. 2x +…
Practice Set 5.2
  1. In an envelope there are some 5 rupee notes and some 10 rupee notes. Total amount of…
  2. The denominator of a fraction is 1 more than twice its numerator. If 1 is added to…
  3. The sum of ages of Priyanka and Deepika is 34 years. Priyanka is elder to Deepika by 6…
  4. The total number of lions and peacocks in a certain zoo is 50. The total number of…
  5. Sanjay gets fixed monthly income. Every year there is a certain increment in his…
  6. The price of 3 chairs and 2 tables is 4500 rupees and price of 5 chairs and 3 tables is…
  7. The sum of the digits in a two-digits number is 9. The number obtained by interchanging…
  8. In ΔABC, the measure of angle A is equal to the sum of the measures of ∠B and ∠C. Also…
  9. Divide a rope of length 560 cm into 2 parts such that twice the length of the smaller…
  10. In a competitive examination, there were 60 questions. The correct answer would carry…
Problem Set 5
  1. Choose the correct alternative answers for the following questions. If 3x + 5y =9 and…
  2. 'When 5 is subtracted from length and breadth of the rectangle, the perimeter becomes…
  3. Ajay is younger than Vijay by 5 years. Sum of their ages is 25 years. What is Ajay's…
  4. Solve the following simultaneous equations. i. 2x + y = 5; 3x - y = 5 ii. x - 2y = -1;…
  5. By equating coefficients of variables, solve the following equations. i. 3x - 4y = 7;…
  6. Solve the following simultaneous equations. i. x/3 + y/4 = 4 x/2 - y/2 - y/4 = 1 ii.…
  7. A two-digit number is 3 more than 4 times the sum of its digits. If 18 is added to this…
  8. The total cost of 6 books and 7 pens is 79 rupees and the total cost of 7 books and 5…
  9. The ratio of incomes of two persons is 9 : 7. The ratio of their expenses is 4 : 3.…
  10. If the length of a rectangle is reduced by 5 units and its breadth is increased by 3…
  11. The distance between two places A and B on road is 70 kilometers. A car starts from A…
  12. The sum of a two-digit number and the number obtained by interchanging its digits is…

Practice Set 5.1
Question 1.

By using variables x and y form any five linear equations in two variables.


Answer:

a) x + y = 5


b) x + 2y = 6


c) 2x + y = 4


d) 3x + 4y = 8


e) 5x + 9y = 1


Question 2.

Write five solutions of the equation x + y = 7.


Answer:

(a)


Let x = 1,


As, x + y = 7


⇒ 1 + y = 7


⇒ y = 6


Hence, solution is x = 1 and y = 6.


(b)


Let x = 2,


As, x + y = 7


⇒ 2 + y = 7


⇒ y = 5


Hence, solution is x = 2 and y = 5.


(c)


Let x = 3,


As, x + y = 7


⇒ 3 + y = 7


⇒ y = 4


Hence, solution is x = 3 and y = 4.


(d)


Let x = 4,


As, x + y = 7


⇒ 4 + y = 7


⇒ y = 3


Hence, solution is x = 4 and y = 3.


(e)


Let x = 5,


As, x + y = 7


⇒ 5 + y = 7


⇒ y = 2


Hence, solution is x = 5 and y = 2.



Question 3.

Solve the following sets of simultaneous equations.

i. x + y = 4; 2x - 5y = 1

ii. 2x + y =5; 3x – y =5

iii. 3x – 5y =16; x - 3y = 8

iv. 2y – x =0; 10x + 15y =105

v. 2x +3y + 4 = 0; x – 5y = 11

vi. 2x – 7y =7; 3x + y =22


Answer:

(i)


x + y = 4 eq.[1]


2x - 5y = 1 eq.[2]


We can write eq.[1] as,


x = 4 - y eq.[3]


Substituting eq.[3] in eq.[2],


⇒ 2(4 - y) - 5y = 1


⇒ 8 - 2y - 5y = 1


⇒ -7y = -7


⇒ y = 1


Substituting 'y' in eq.[3]


⇒ x = 4 - 1


⇒ x = 3


Hence, solution is x = 3 and y = 1.


(ii)


2x + y = 5 eq.[1]


3x - y = 5 eq.[2]


We can write eq.[1] as,


y = 5 - 2x eq.[3]


Substituting eq.[3] in eq.[2],


⇒ 3x - (5 - 2x) = 5


⇒ 3x - 5 + 2x = 5


⇒ 5x = 10


⇒ x = 2


Substituting 'x' in eq.[3]


⇒ y = 5 - 2(2)


⇒ y = 1


Hence, solution is x = 2 and y = 1.


(iii)


3x - 5y = 16 eq.[1]


x - 3y = 8 eq.[2]


We can write eq.[2] as,


x = 8 + 3y eq.[3]


Substituting eq.[3] in eq.[1],


⇒ 3(8 + 3y) - 5y = 16


⇒ 24 + 9y - 5y = 16


⇒ 4y = -8


⇒ y = -2


Substituting 'y' in eq.[3]


⇒ x = 8 + 3(-2)


⇒ x = 8 - 6 = 2


Hence, solution is x = 2 and y = -2


(iv)


2y - x = 0 eq.[1]


10x + 15y = 105 eq.[2]


We can write eq.[1] as,


x = 2y eq.[3]


Substituting eq.[3] in eq.[2],


⇒ 10(2y) + 15y = 105


⇒ 20y + 15y = 105


⇒ 35y = 105


⇒ y = 3


Substituting 'y' in eq.[3]


⇒ x = 2(3)


⇒ x = 6


Hence, solution is x = 6 and y = 3.


(v)


2x + 3y + 4 = 0 eq.[1]


x - 5y = 11 eq.[2]


We can write eq.[2] as,


x = 11 + 5y eq.[3]


Substituting eq.[3] in eq.[1],


⇒ 2(11 + 5y) + 3y + 4 = 0


⇒ 22 + 10y + 3y + 4 = 0


⇒ 13y + 26 = 0


⇒ 13y = -26


⇒ y = -2


Substituting 'y' in eq.[3]


⇒ x = 11 + 5(-2)


⇒ x = 11 - 10 = 1


Hence, solution is x = 1 and y = -2.


(vi)


2x - 7y = 7 eq.[1]


3x + y = 22 eq.[2]


We can write eq.[2] as,


y = 22 - 3x eq.[3]


Substituting eq.[3] in eq.[1],


⇒ 2x - 7(22- 3x) = 7


⇒ 2x - 154 + 21x = 7


⇒ 23x = 161


⇒ x = 7


Substituting 'x' in eq.[3]


⇒ y = 22 - 3(7)


⇒ y = 22 - 21 = 1


Hence, solution is x = 7 and y = 1.



Practice Set 5.2
Question 1.

In an envelope there are some 5 rupee notes and some 10 rupee notes. Total amount of these notes together is 350 rupees. Number of 5 rupee notes are less by 10 than number of 10 rupee notes. Then find the number of 5 rupee and 10 rupee notes.


Answer:

Let the number of 5 rupees notes = x


Let the number of 10 rupees notes = y


Given, Total amount is 350 Rupees


⇒ 5x + 10y = 350 eq.[1]


Also,


Number of 5 rupees notes are less by 10 than number of 10 rupees note,

y = x - 10

⇒ x = y + 10 eq.[2]


Putting [2] in [1]


⇒ 5(y + 10) + 10y = 350


⇒ 5y + 50 + 10y = 350


⇒ 15y = 300


⇒ y = 20


Then, x = y + 10


⇒ x = 20 + 10


⇒ x = 30.


Answer: 30 notes of Rs 5 and 20 notes of Rs. 10.


Question 2.

The denominator of a fraction is 1 more than twice its numerator. If 1 is added to numerator and denominator respectively, the ratio of numerator to denominator is
1 : 2. Find the fraction.


Answer:

Let the numerator be 'x' and denominator be 'y'

Given,

The denominator of a fraction is 1 more than twice its numerator

⇒ y =2 x + 1 

⇒ y - 2 x = 1 ....... (1)

If 1 is added to numerator and denomination, the ratio of the numerator to denominator becomes 1:2.

⇒ 2(x + 1) = y + 1

⇒ 2x + 2 = y + 1

⇒ y - 2x = 1 ....... (2)

As (1) and (2) are the same, there can be infinitely many solutions for x and y.

One such solution is:

x = 4 and y = 9

Now,

y - 2 x = 9 - 2(4)
= 9 - 8
= 1




Question 3.

The sum of ages of Priyanka and Deepika is 34 years. Priyanka is elder to Deepika by 6 years. Then find their today's ages.


Answer:

Let the ages of Priyanka and Deepika be 'x' and 'y' respectively.


Given,


Sum of ages is 34


⇒ x + y = 34


⇒ y = 34 - x eq.[1]


Also, Priyanka is elder to Deepika by 6 years


⇒ x = y + 6


Using eq.[1] we have


⇒ x = 34 - x + 6


⇒ 2x = 40


⇒ x = 20


Putting this value in eq.[1]


⇒ y = 34 - 20 = 14 years.


Hence, Age of Priyanka = x = 20 Years


Age of Deepika = y = 14 years.



Question 4.

The total number of lions and peacocks in a certain zoo is 50. The total number of their legs is 140. Then find the number of lions and peacocks in the zoo.


Answer:

Let the number of lions be 'x' and peacocks be 'y'


Given, Total no of lions and peacocks is 50


⇒ x + y = 50


⇒ x = 50 - y eq.[1]


Also, Total no of their legs is 140, as lion has four legs and peacocks has 2 legs


⇒ 4x + 2y = 140


⇒ 4(50 - y) + 2y = 140


⇒ 200 - 4y + 2y = 140


⇒ 2y = 60


⇒ y = 30


Using this in eq.[1]


⇒ x = 50 - 30 = 20


Therefore,


No of lions, x = 20


No of peacocks, y = 30



Question 5.

Sanjay gets fixed monthly income. Every year there is a certain increment in his salary. After 4 years, his monthly salary was Rs. 4500 and after 10 years his monthly salary became 5400 rupees, then find his original salary and yearly increment.


Answer:

Let the original salary be 'x' and yearly increment be 'y'


After 4 years, his salary was Rs. 4500


⇒ x + 4y = 4500


⇒ x = 4500 - 4y eq.[1]


After 10 years, his salary becomes 5400


⇒ x + 10y = 5400


⇒ 4500 - 4y + 10y = 5400


⇒ 6y = 900


⇒ y = 150


Putting this in eq.[1],


⇒ x = 4500 - 4(150)


⇒ x = 4500 - 600 = 3900


Hence, his original salary was Rs. 3900 and increment per year was 150 Rs.



Question 6.

The price of 3 chairs and 2 tables is 4500 rupees and price of 5 chairs and 3 tables is 7000 rupees, then find the price of 2 chairs and 2 tables.


Answer:

Let the price of one chair be 'x' and one table be 'y'.


Given,


Price of 3 chairs and 2 tables = 4500 Rs


⇒ 3x + 2y = 4500


Multiplying by 3 both side,


⇒ 9x + 6y = 13500


⇒ 6y = 13500 - 9x eq.[1]


Price of 5 chairs and 3 tables = 7000 Rs


⇒ 5x + 3y = 7000


Multiplying by eq.[2] both side,


⇒ 10x + 6y = 14000


⇒ 10x + 13500 - 9x = 14000 eq.[From 1]


⇒ x = 500


Putting this in eq.[1]


⇒ 6y = 13500 - 9(500)


⇒ 6y = 13500- 4500


⇒ 6y = 9000


⇒ y = 1500


Also, Price of 2 chairs and 2 tables = 2x + 2y


= 2(500) + 2(1500)


= 1000 + 3000 = 4000 Rs.



Question 7.

The sum of the digits in a two-digits number is 9. The number obtained by interchanging the digits exceeds the original number by 27. Find the two-digit number.


Answer:

Let the unit digit be 'x'


Let the digit at ten's place be 'y'


The original number will be 10y + x


Given,


Sum of digits = 9


⇒ x + y = 9


⇒ x = 9 - y eq.[1]


Also,


If the digits are interchanged,


Reversed number will be = 10x + y


As, reversed number exceeds the original number by 27,


⇒ (10x + y) - (10y + x) = 27


⇒ 10x + y - 10y - x = 27


⇒ 9x - 9y = 27


⇒ x - y = 3


⇒ 9 - y - y = 3 eq.[using 1]


⇒ -2y = -6


⇒ y = 3


Using this in eq.[1]


⇒ x = 9 - 3 = 6


Hence the original number is 10y + x = 10(3) + 6 = 30 + 6 = 36.


Question 8.

In ΔABC, the measure of angle A is equal to the sum of the measures of ∠B and ∠C. Also the ratio of measures of ∠B and ∠C is 4 : 5. Then find the measures of angles of the triangle.


Answer:

Given that, In ΔABC


∠A = ∠B + ∠C eq.[1]


Let ∠B = x and ∠C = y


Then,


∠A = x + y


In ΔABC, By angle sum property of triangle


∠A + ∠B + ∠C = 180°


⇒ x + y + x + y = 180


⇒ 2x + 2y = 180


⇒ x + y = 90


⇒ x = 90 - y eq.[2]


Also, Given that




⇒ 5x = 4y


From eq.[2]


⇒ 5(90 - y) = 4y


⇒ 450 - 5y = 4y


⇒ 9y = 450


⇒ y = 50°


Putting this in eq.[2]


⇒ x = 90 - 50 = 40°


Therefore, we have


∠A = x + y = 40° + 50° = 90°


∠B = x = 40°


∠C = y = 50°



Question 9.

Divide a rope of length 560 cm into 2 parts such that twice the length of the smaller part is equal to 1/3 of the larger part. Then find the length of the larger part.


Answer:

Let the length of smaller part be 'x' cm and larger part be 'y' cm.


Length of rope = 560 cm


⇒ x + y = 560


⇒ y = 560 - x eq.[1]


Also,


Twice the length of smaller part is equal to  of the larger part



⇒ 6x = y


⇒ 6x = 560 - x


⇒ 7x = 560


⇒ x = 80


Using this in eq.[1]


⇒ y = 560 - 80 = 480


Therefore,


Length of smaller part = 'x' cm = 80 cm


Length of larger part = 'y' cm = 480 cm



Question 10.

In a competitive examination, there were 60 questions. The correct answer would carry 2 marks, and for incorrect answer 1 mark would be subtracted. Yashwant had attempted all the questions and he got total 90 marks. Then how many questions he got wrong?


Answer:

Let the no of questions he got wrong be 'x'


And the no of questions he got right be 'y'


As, he attempted all the questions,


⇒ x + y = 60


⇒ y = 60 - x eq.[1]


Also, he carries 2 for each corrects question and (-1) for each wrong question, also he got 90 marks


⇒ y(2) + x(-1) = 90


⇒ 2y - x = 90


⇒ 2(60 - x) - x = 90 eq.[Using 1]


⇒ 120 - 2x - x = 90


⇒ -3x = -30


⇒ x = 10


⇒ he got 10 wrong questions.




Problem Set 5
Question 1.

Choose the correct alternative answers for the following questions.

If 3x + 5y =9 and 5x + 3y =7 then What is the value of x + y?
A. 2

B. 16

C. 9

D. 7


Answer:

3x + 5y = 9 eq.[1]


5x + 3y = 7 eq.[2]


Adding eq.[1] and eq.[2] we get


3x + 5y + 5x + 3y = 9 + 7


⇒ 8x + 8y = 16


Dividing both side by 8, we get


⇒ x + y = 2


Question 2.

'When 5 is subtracted from length and breadth of the rectangle, the perimeter becomes 26.' What is the mathematical form of the statement?
A. x – y = 8

B. x + y = 8

C. x + y =23

D. 2x + y = 21


Answer:

Let the length be 'x' and breadth be 'y' units.


Perimeter of triangle = 2(x + y) units


If 5 is subtracted from length and breadth


Perimeter = 26 units eq.[Given]


⇒ 2( x - 5 + y - 5) = 26


⇒ 2(x + y - 10) = 26


⇒ x + y - 10 = 13


⇒ x + y = 23


Question 3.

Ajay is younger than Vijay by 5 years. Sum of their ages is 25 years. What is Ajay's age?
A. 20

B. 15

C. 10

D. 5


Answer:

Let Ajay's age be 'x' years and Vijay's age be 'y' years.


Given, Ajay is younger than Vijay by 5 years


⇒ x = y - 5 eq.[1]


Also, Sum of their ages is 25 years,


⇒ x + y = 25


From eq.[1]


⇒ y - 5 + y = 25


⇒ 2y = 30


⇒ y = 15


Putting this in eq.[1]


⇒ x = 15 - 5 = 10


Age of Ajay = x = 10 Years


Age of Vijay = y = 15 Years


Question 4.

Solve the following simultaneous equations.
i. 2x + y = 5; 3x - y = 5

ii. x - 2y = -1; 2x - y = 7

iii. x + y = 11; 2x - 3y = 7

iv. 2x + y = -2; 3x - y = 7

v. 2x - y = 5; 3x + 2y = 11

vi. x - 2y = -2; x + 2y = 10


Answer:

(i)


2x + y = 5


⇒ y = 5 - 2x eq.[1]


3x - y = 5


Using eq.[1] we have


⇒ 3x - (5 - 2x) = 5


⇒ 3x - 5 + 2x = 5


⇒ 5x = 10


⇒ x = 2


Using 'x' in eq.[1]


⇒ y = 5 - 2(2)


⇒ y = 5 - 4 = 1 cm


(ii)


x - 2y = -1


⇒ x = 2y - 1 eq.[1]


2x - y = 7


Using eq.[1], we have


⇒ 2(2y - 1) - y = 7


⇒ 4y - 2 - y = 7


⇒ 3y = 9


⇒ y = 3


Using this value in eq.[1]


⇒ x = 2(3) - 1


⇒ x = 5


(iii)


x + y = 11


⇒ y = 11 - x eq.[1]


2x - 3y = 7


Using eq.[1], we have


⇒ 2x - 3(11 - x) = 7


⇒ 2x - 33 + 3x = 7


⇒ 5x = 40


⇒ x = 8


Using this in eq.[1]


⇒ y = 11 - 8


⇒ y = 3


(iv)


2x + y = -2


⇒ y = -2x - 2 eq.[1]


3x - y = 7


Using eq.[1]


3x - (-2x - 2) = 7


⇒ 3x + 2x + 2 =7


⇒ 5x = 5


⇒ x = 1


Using this in eq.[1]


⇒ y = -2(1) - 2


⇒ y = -2 - 2 = -4


(v)


2x - y = 5


⇒ y = 2x - 5 eq.[1]


3x + 2y = 11


Using eq.[1]


⇒ 3x + 2(2x - 5) = 11


⇒ 3x + 4x - 10 = 11


⇒ 7x = 21


⇒ x = 3


Using this in eq.[1]


⇒ y = 2(3) - 5


⇒ y = 1


(vi)


x - 2y = -2


x = 2y - 2 eq.[1]


x + 2y = 10


using eq.[1], we have


⇒ 2y - 2 + 2y = 10


⇒ 4y = 12


⇒ y = 3


Using this in eq.[1]


⇒ x = 2(3) - 2


⇒ x = 4



Question 5.

By equating coefficients of variables, solve the following equations.

i. 3x - 4y = 7; 5x + 2y = 3

ii. 5x + 7y = 17; 3x - 2y = 4

iii. x - 2y = -10; 3x - 5y = -12

iv. 4x + y = 34; x + 4y = 16


Answer:

(i)


3x - 4y = 7 eq.[1]


5x + 2y = 3 eq.[2]


Multiplying eq.[2] by 2 both side, we get


10x + 4y = 6 eq.[3]


Adding eq.[1] and eq.[3], we get


3x - 4y + 10x + 4y = 7 + 6


⇒ 13x = 13


⇒ x = 1


Putting this in eq.[1], we get


3(1) - 4y = 7


⇒ -4y = 7 - 3


⇒ -4y = 4


⇒ y = -1


(ii)


5x + 7y = 17 eq.[1]


3x - 2y = 4 eq.[2]


Multiplying eq.[1] by 3 both side and Multiplying eq.[2] by 5 both side we get,


15x + 21y = 51 eq.[3]


15x - 10y = 20 eq.[4]


Subtracting eq.[4] from eq.[3], we get


15x + 21y - 15x + 10y = 51 - 20


⇒ 31y = 31


⇒ y = 1


Putting this in eq.[1], we get


5x + 7(1) = 17


⇒ 5x = 10


⇒ x = 2


(iii)


x - 2y = -10 eq.[1]


3x - 5y = -12 eq.[2]


Multiplying eq.[1] by 3


3x - 6y = -30 eq.[3]


Subtracting eq.[2] from eq.[3], we get


3x - 6y - 3x + 5y = -30 + 12


⇒ -y = -18


⇒ y = 18


Putting this in eq.[1], we get


x - 2(18) = -10


⇒ x - 36 = -10


⇒ x = 26


(iv)


4x + y = 34 eq.[1]


x + 4y = 16 eq.[2]


Multiplying eq.[2] by 4 both side, we get


4x + 16y = 64 eq.[3]


Subtracting eq.[3] from eq.[1], we get


4x + 16y - 4x - y = 64 - 34


⇒ 15y = 30


⇒ y = 2


Putting this in eq.[2], we get


x + 4(2) = 16


⇒ x + 8 = 16


⇒ x = 8



Question 6.

Solve the following simultaneous equations.
i.

ii. 

iii. 


Answer:

(i)




⇒ 4x + 3y = 48 eq.[1]




⇒ 2x - 3y = 4 eq.[2]


Adding eq.[1] and eq.[2], we get


⇒ 4x + 3y + 2x - 3y = 48 + 4


⇒ 6x = 52



Using this in eq.[1], we have




⇒ 104 + 9y = 144


⇒ 9y = 40



(ii)




⇒ x + 15y = 39


⇒ x = 39 - 15y eq.[1]




⇒ 4x + y = 38


Using eq.[1], we have


⇒ 4(39 - 15y) + y = 38


⇒ 156 - 60y + y = 38


⇒ 59y = 118


⇒ y = 2


Putting this value in eq.[2]


⇒ x = 39 - 15(2)


⇒ x = 39 - 30


⇒ x = 9


(iii)




⇒ 2y + 3x = 13xy eq.[1]




⇒ 5y - 4x = -2xy eq.[2]


Multiplying eq.[1] by 4 both side, and Multiplying eq.[2] by 3 both side, we get


8y + 12x = 52xy eq.[3]


15y - 12x = -6xy eq.[4]


Adding eq.[3] and eq.[4]


⇒ 8y + 12x + 15y - 12x = 52xy - 6xy


⇒ 23y = 46xy


⇒ 1 = 2x



Putting this in eq.[1]








Question 7.

A two-digit number is 3 more than 4 times the sum of its digits. If 18 is added to this number, the sum is equal to the number obtained by interchanging the digits. Find the number.


Answer:

Let the unit digit be 'x'


Let the digit at ten's place be 'y'


The original number will be 10y + x


Given, number is 3 more than 4 times the sum of its digits


⇒ 10y + x = 4(x + y) + 3


⇒ 10y + x = 4x + 4y + 3


⇒ 6y - 3x = 3


⇒ 2y - x = 1


⇒ x = 2y - 1 eq.[1]


Also,


If the digits are interchanged,


Reversed number will be = 10x + y


As, reversed number exceeds the original number by 18,


⇒ (10x + y) - (10y + x) = 18


⇒ 10x + y - 10y - x = 18


⇒ 9x - 9y = 18


⇒ x - y = 2


⇒ 2y - 1 - y = 2 eq.[using 1]


⇒ y = 3


Using this in eq.[1]


⇒ x = 2(3) - 1 = 5


Hence the original number is 10y + x = 10(3) + 5 = 30 + 5 = 35.



Question 8.

The total cost of 6 books and 7 pens is 79 rupees and the total cost of 7 books and 5 pens is 77 ruppees. Find the cost of 1 book and 2 pens.


Answer:

Let the cost of one book be 'x' rupees and cost of one pen be 'y' rupees.


Cost of 6 books and 7 pens = 79 Rs


⇒ 6x + 7y = 79 eq.[1]


Cost of 7 books and 5 pens = 77 Rs


⇒ 7x + 5y = 77 eq.[2]


Multiplying eq.[1] by 5 both side, and Multiplying eq.[2] by 7 both side, we get


⇒ 30x + 35y = 395 eq.[3]


⇒ 49x + 35y = 539 eq.[4]


Subtracting eq.[3] from eq.[4], we get


⇒ 49x + 35y - 30x - 35y = 539 - 395


⇒ 19x = 144



Using this in eq.[1]




⇒ 864 + 19×7y = 79×19


⇒ 19×7y = 79×19 – 864


⇒ 


⇒ y = 5


& 6x + 7y = 79


⇒ 6x + 35 = 79


⇒ 6x = 44


⇒ x = 7


Hence, the cost of 1 pen & 2 books = Rs 1(y) + 2x


= 5 + 14 = Rs 19.



Question 9.

The ratio of incomes of two persons is 9 : 7. The ratio of their expenses is 4 : 3. Every person saves rupees 200, find the income of each.


Answer:

As the ratio of incomes is 9 : 7,


Let income of first person = 9x


Income of second person = 7x


Also, ratio of incomes is 4 : 3,


Let expenses of first person = 4y


Expenses of second person = 3y


Each person saves 200 Rs,


⇒ 9x - 4y = 200 eq.[1]


⇒ 7x - 3y = 200 eq.[2]


Multiplying eq.[1] by 3 both side and Multiplying eq.[2] by 4 both side, we get


⇒ 27x - 12y = 600 eq.[3]


⇒ 28x - 12y = 800 eq.[4]


Subtracting eq.[3] from eq.[4], we get


⇒ 28x - 12y - (27x - 12y) = 800 - 600


⇒ 28x - 12y - 27x + 12y = 200


⇒ x = 200


Income of first person = 9x = 9(200) = 1800 Rs


Income of second person = 7x = 7(200) = 1400 Rs



Question 10.

If the length of a rectangle is reduced by 5 units and its breadth is increased by 3 units, then the area of the rectangle is reduced by 8 square units. If length is reduced by 3 units and breadth is increased by 2 units, then the area of rectangle will increase by 67 square units. Then find the length and breadth of the rectangle.


Answer:

Let the length be 'x' and breadth be 'y'


Area of rectangle = length × breadth


Area of rectangle = xy


First case:


Length = x - 5


Breadth = y + 3


As, area is reduced by 8 sq. units


⇒ xy - (x - 5)(y + 3) = 8


⇒ xy - (xy + 3x - 5y - 15) = 8


⇒ xy - xy - 3x + 5y + 15 = 8


⇒ 3x - 5y = 7 eq.[1]


Second case:


Length = x - 3


Breadth = y + 2


As, the area is increased by 67 units


⇒ (x - 3)(y + 2) - xy = 67


⇒ xy + 2x - 3y - 6 - xy = 67


⇒ 2x - 3y = 73 eq.[2]


Multiplying eq.[1] by 2 both side, and Multiplying eq.[2] by 3 both side, we get


⇒ 6x - 10y = 14 eq.[3]


⇒ 6x - 9y = 219 eq.[4]


Subtracting eq.[3] from eq.[4]


⇒ 6x - 9y - 6x + 10y = 219 - 14


⇒ y = 205


Using this in eq.[1]


⇒ 3x - 5(205) = 7


⇒ 3x - 1025 = 7


⇒ 3x = 1032


⇒ x = 344


Hence, length = x = 344 units


Breadth = y = 219 units.



Question 11.

The distance between two places A and B on road is 70 kilometers. A car starts from A and the other from B. If they travel in the same direction, they will meet after 7 hours. If they travel towards each other they will meet after 1 hour, then find their speeds.


Answer:

Let the speed of car at place A is x km/h and that of car at place B is y km/h


If they travel in same direction, they will meet after 7 hours, i.e. the difference of distance covered by them in 7 hours will be equal to distance b/w A and B.


As, distance = speed × time, and distance from A to B is 70 km


⇒ 7x - 7y = 70


⇒ x - y = 10


⇒ x = y + 10 eq.[1]


If they, travel in opposite direction, they will meet after 1 hour i.e. sum of distance travelled by both cars will be equal to the distance b/w A and B.


⇒ x + y = 70


Using eq.[1], we have


⇒ y + 10 + y = 70


⇒ 2y = 60


⇒ y = 30


Using this in eq.[1], we have


x = 30 + 10 = 40


Hence,


Speed of car at A = x = 40 km/h


Speed of car at B = y = 30 km/h



Question 12.

The sum of a two-digit number and the number obtained by interchanging its digits is 99. Find the number.


Answer:

Let the unit digit be 'x' and digit at ten's place be 'y'


Original Number = 10y + x


Number obtained by interchanging digits = 10x + y


Given,


10y + x + 10x + y = 99


⇒ 11x + 11y = 99


⇒ x + y = 9


If x = 1, y = 8 and number is 18


If x = 2, y = 7 and number is 27


If x = 3, y = 6 and number is 36


If x = 4, y = 5 and number is 45


If x = 5, y = 4 and number is 54


If x = 6, y = 3 and number is 63


If x = 7, y = 2 and number is 72


If x = 8, y = 1 and number is 81


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