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Arithmetic mean between a and b is twice their geometric mean . Prove that (given in pic)​

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SAMPLE QUESTION PAPER (2020-21)

ENGLISH – Language and Literature

CLASS-X (Rationalised syllabus)

Time allowed: 3 Hrs. Maximum Marks : 80

General Instructions:

1. This paper is divided into two parts: A and B. All questions are compulsory.

2. Separate instructions are given with each section and question, wherever necessary.

Read these instructions very carefully and follow them.

3. Do not exceed the prescribed word limit while answering the questions.

Part A (40 Marks)

READING (20 marks)

1. Read the passage given below.

The choices we make on a daily basis—wearing a seatbelt, lifting heavy objects correctly or

purposely staying out of any dangerous situation—can either ensure our safety or bring

about potentially harmful circumstances.

You and I need to make a decision that we are going to get our lives in order.

Exercising self-control, self-discipline and establishing boundaries and borders in our lives

are some of the most important things we can do. A life without discipline is one that’s

filled with carelessness.

We can think it’s kind of exciting to live life on the edge. We like the image of “Yeah! That’s

me! Living on the edge! Woo-hoo!” It’s become a popular way to look at life. But if you see,

even highways have lines, which provide margins for our safety while we’re driving. If we

go over one side, we’ll go into the ditch. If we cross over the line in the middle, we could get

killed. And we like those lines because they help to keep us safe. Sometimes we don’t even

realize how lines help to keep us safe.

I’m not proud of this, but for the first 20 years of my life at work, I ignored my limits. I felt

horrible, physically, most of the time. I used to tell myself “I know I have limits and that I’ve

reached them, but I’m going to ignore them and see if or how long I can get by with it.” I ran

to doctors, trying to make myself feel better through pills, vitamins, natural stuff and any-

thing I could get my hands on. Some of the doctors would tell me, “It’s just stress.” That just

made me mad. I thought stress meant you don’t like what you do or can’t handle life, and I

love what I do. But I kept pushing myself, traveling, doing speaking engagements and so

on— simply exhausting myself.

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