# Rd Sharma Solutions Class 8 Chapter 10 Direct and Inverse Variations

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Direct and Inverse Variations Exercise 10.1 Solution :

Question no – (1)

Solution :

Direct variation :

If two quantities are linked in such a way that an increase in are quantity leads to a corresponding increase in the other and vice versa then such a variation in called a direct variation.

Example :

x ∝ y [where x , y = variable; k = constant]

∴ x/y = k

[∴ x = y k ]

Question no – (2)

Solution :

(i) Number of articles (x) and their price (y).

= x ∝ y

(ii) Weight of articles (x) and their cost (y).

= x ∝ y

(iii) Distance x and time y, speed remaining the same.

= x ∝ 1/y

(iv) Wages (y) and number of hours (x) of work.

= x ∝ y

(v) Speed (x) and time (y).

= x ∝ 1/y

(vi) Area of a land (x) and its cost (y).

= x ∝ y

Question no – (3)

Solution :

(i) a/b 7/21 = 9/27 = 13/39 = 21/63 = 25/75

a/b = 1/3 [a = b/3] ∴ a ∝ b [Direct]

(ii) a/b = 10/5 = 20/10 = 30/15 = 40/20 = 46/23

a/b = 2 ∴ a ∝ b [Direct]

(iii) a/b = 2/6 = 3/9 = 4/12 = 5/17 = 6/20

It is nothing directly

(iv) a/b = 1²/1³ = 2²/2³ = 3²/3³ = 4²/4³ = 5²/5³

It is not vary directly.

Question no – (4)

Solution :

(i) Two quantities are said to vary Directly with each other if they increase (decrease) together in such a way that the ratio of the corresponding values remains same.

(ii) x and y are said to vary directly with each other if for some positive number k, x/y = k.

Question no – (5)

Solution :

(i)

 x 2.5 4 6 15 y 5 8 12 30

= 0.5

(ii)

 x 5 15/2 10 35 25 20 y 8 12 16 56 40 32

(iii)

 X 6 8 10 16 20 y 15 20 25 40 50

= 3/5

(iv)

 X 4 9 12 9 3 1 y 16 36 48 36 12 4

(v)

 x 3 5 7 9 y 12 20 28 36

= 1/4

Question no – (7)

Solution :

Cost of 12 registers Rs 156

∴ Cost of 7 registers,

= 156 × 7/12

= 91

Therefore, the cost of 7 such registers is 91.

Question no – (8)

Solution :

 Time (t) Dis (x) 125 100 315 ?

Distance = 315 × 100/125

= 252 meter.

Therefore, she will cover 252 meters.

Question no – (9)

Solution :

 Length of plastic sheet (m) Price of plastic sheet (Rs) 93 1395 105 ?

Price of plastic sheet,

= 105 × 1395/93

= 1575

Therefore, the cost to buy 105 m of such plastic sheet will be Rs. 1575.

Question no – (10)

Solution :

We know, 1 hour = 60 minute

 Time GWAM 60 1080 105 ?

GWAM = 1080/60

= 18 words

Therefore, Suneeta’s gross word a minute rate will be 18 words.

Question no – (11)

Solution :

We know,

1 hr = 60 min

 Time(min) Speed 60 50 12 ?

Speed = 50 × 12/60

= 10 km/min

Therefore, it would travel 10 km in 12 minutes.

Question no – (12)

Solution :

 Shelf-length(m) Number of boxes 13.6 68 20.4 ?

Number of Boxes,

= 20.4 × 68/13.6

= 102 Boxes

Therefore, 102 Boxes are required.

Question no – (13)

Solution :

 Shelf-length copies 3.4 136 5.1 ?

Copies,

= 5.1 × 136/3.4

= 204

Therefore, there are 204 boxes can be occupy.

Question no – (14)

Solution :

 Distance (km) Price 240 15.00 5.1 ?

Price = 139.2 × 15/240

= 8.70

Therefore, fare for the journey of 139.2 km is Rs. 8.70

Question no – (15)

Solution :

 Pile of cardboards Thickness 12 35 294 ?

Thickness,

= 294 × 35 /12

= 857.5  mm

Therefore, thickness of a pile of 294 cardboards will be 857.5 mm.

Question no – (16)

Solution :

 Cost of cloth Length of cloth 242.50 97 30. 2.50 ?

Length of cloth,

= 97 × 302.50/242.50

= 121 m

Therefore, 121 m of this can be purchased for Rs 302.50.

Question no – (18)

Solution :

 Paid cost Days 210 6 875 ?

Days,

= 875 × 6/210

= 25

Therefore, he work for 25 days.

Question no – (21)

Solution :

 Weight Amount of extension 200 3.5 700 ?

Amount of extension,

= 700 × 3.5/205

= 9.8 cm

Therefore, the extension produced by the weight of 700 gm is 9.8 cm.

Question no – (22)

Solution :

 Days Dust quantity 10 2.6 × 10⁸ 45 ?

Dust quantity,

= 45 × 2.6 × 10⁸/10

= 11.7 × 10⁸ pound

Therefore, Earth will pick up 11.7 × 10⁸ pound dust in 45 days.

Question no – (23)

Solution :

 Dust quantity Days 1.2 × 10⁸ 15 4.8 × 10⁸ ?

Days,

= 15 × 4.8 × 10⁸/1.2 × 10⁸

= 60 Days

Therefore, in 60 days pick up 4.8 × 10⁸ kg of dust.

Direct and Inverse Variations Exercise 10.2 Solution :

Question no – (1)

Solution :

(i) xy = 4×6 = 3×8 = 12×2 = 1× 24 = 24

x ∝ 1/y = xy = k = 24

It is vary inversely

(ii) xy = 5×20 = 20× 5 = 10×10= 4×25 = 100

x ∝ 1/y = xy = 100

It is vary inversely

(iii) xy = 4×9 = 3×12 = 6×8 = 1×36

∴ It is not vary inversely

(iv) xy = 9×8 = 24×3 = 15×4 = 3×25

It is not vary inversely

Question no – (2)

Solution :

(i)

 x 12 16 12 8 384 y 8 6 4 12 0.25

(ii)

 x 16 32 * 8 128 y 4 2 * 8 0.25

(iii)

 x 9 27 81 * 243 y 27 9 3 * 1

Question no – (3)

Solution :

(i) The number of x men hired to construct a wall and the time y taken to finish the job.

= x ∝ 1/y = xy = k (vary inversely)

(ii) The length x of a journey by bus and price y of the ticket.

= Not vary inversely.

(iii) Journey (x km) undertaken by a car and the petrol (y litres) consumed by it.

= x ∝ 1/y = x y = k (Vary inversely)

Question no – (4)

Solution :

 V (in cm ³) 45 48 60 90 100 180 200 P (in atmospheres) 2 15/8 2/3 1 0.9 1/2 9/20

Question no – (5)

Solution :

Let, d₂ = 25 days, m₁ = 36 men,

m₂ = 15 days, d₂ = ?

We know,

m₁ d₁ = m₂d₂

or, d₂ = m₁d₁/m₂ = 36 × 25 /15

= 60 days

Therefore, 15 men will do it in 60 days.

Question no – (6)

Solution :

Let,  m₁ = 50 men, d₁ = 5 month,

m₂ = 125 men, d₂ = ?

We know

m₁d₁ = m₂d₁

or, d₂ = m₁d₁/m₂

= 50 × 5/125

= 2 month

Therefore, in 2 month same work can be completed by 125 men.

Question no – (7)

Solution :

Let, m₁ = 420 men, d₁ = month

And, m₂ = ? d₂ = 7 month

We know that,

m₁d₁ = m₂d₂

or, 420 × 9/7

= 540 men

Extra men need,

= (540 – 420)

= 120 men

Therefore, to complete the job in 7 months 120 extra men will needed.

Question no – (8)

Solution :

Let, m₁ = 1200 men, d₁ = 35 days,

m₂ = 25 days, d₂ = ?

We know that

m₁d₁ = m₂d₂

or, d₂ = m₁d₁/m₂

= 1022 × 35/25

= 1680 men

Men should join,

= (1680 – 1200)

= 480 men

Therefore, more 480 men should be join to complete the work.

Question no – (9)

Solution :

Number of girl = g₁ = 50, d₁ = 40 days

Number of girl = g₂ = (50 + 30) = 80, d₂ = ?

We know that,

m₁d₁ = m₂d₂

or, d₂ = m₁d₁/m₂

= 50 × 40/80

= 25 days

Therefore, these provisions will last 25 days.

Question no – (10)

Solution :

Let, s₁ = 48 km/hr, h₁ = 10 hr,

And, s₂ = ? h₂ = 8 hr

We know that,

s₁h₁ = s₂h₂

or, s₂ = s₁h₁/h₁

= 48 × 10/8

= 60 km/hr

Therefore, Speed should be increased = (60 – 48) = 12 km/hr.

Question no – (11)

Solution :

Let, x soldiers are left,

∴ After 4 days, (28 – 4) = 24 days x soldiers left now soldiers are,

= (120 – x)

Now, m₁ = 1200, d₁ = 24 days,

m₂ = (1200 – x), d₂ = 32 days

According to question –

m₁d₁ = m₂d₂

or, m₁ = m₁d₁/d₂

or, (1200 – x) = 1200 × 24/32 = 900

or, x = 1200 – 900 = 300

Therefore, the 300 soldiers left the fort.

Question no – (12)

Solution :

We know that,

No of spray machine₁ × T₁ = no of spray machine₂ × T₂

or, 3 × 60 = 5 × T₂

or, T₂ = 3 × 60/5

= 36 min

Therefore, it will take 36 minutes to do the same job.

Question no – (13)

Solution :

Let, x members are there,

m₁ = 3, d₁ = 1 month= 30 days, m₂ = x, d₂ = 18 days

We know that,

m₁d₁ = m₂d₂

or, 3 × 30 = x × 18

or, x = 3 × 30/18

= 5

New member

= (5 – 3)

= 2 members.

Therefore, there are 2 new member.

Question no – (14)

Solution :

Let, c₁ = 55, d₁ = 16,

And, d₂ = 10, c₂ = ?

We know that,

= c₁d₁ = c₂d₂

or, d₂ = c₁d₁/c₂

= 55 × 16/10

= 88 cow

Therefore, 88 cow will graze the same field in 10 days.

Question no – (15)

Solution :

Let, m₁ = 18 men d₁ = 35 days,

And, m₂ =?, d₂ = 15 days

We know that,

m₁d₁ = m₂d₂

or, 18 × 35/15 = d₂

or, d₂ = 42 men

Therefore, 42 men will be required to reaping the field.

Question no – (16)

Solution :

Price of 1 cycles = 500

Price of 25 cycles = (500 × 25) = 12500

Price of 1 new cycles = (500 + 125) = 625

Numbers of cycles,

= 12500/625

= 20

Therefore, he will be able to buy 20 cycles.

Question no – (17)

Solution :

Cost price of 1 machines = 200

Cost price of 75 machines,

= 200 × 75

= 10500

Cost price of 1 machines after discount,

= 200 – 50

= 150

No of machines,

= 1500/150

= 100 machines

Therefore, he can buy 100 machines.

Question no – (18)

Solution :

(i) x = 3 when y = 8, find y when x = 4

x y = x₂y₂

or, 3 × 8 = 4 × y₂

or, y₂ = 3 × 8/4 = 6

∴ y₂ = 6

(ii) x = 5 when y = 15, find x when y = 12

x₁y₁ = x₂ y₂

or, 5 × 15 = x₂12

or, x₂ = 5 × 15/12 = 25/4

∴ x₂ = 25/4

(iii) x = 30, find y when constant of variation = 900.

xy = k

or, 30y = 900

or, y =900/30

or, y = 30

(iv) y = 35, find x when constant of variation = 7

xy = k

or, x 35 = 7

or, x = 7/35

or, x = 1/5

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