# Set-19 Quadratic Equations (Inequalities) For SBI PO and SBI Clerk 2019 | Must Go Through These Questions Dear Aspirants,
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Directions:1-5) In the following questions, two equations I and II are given. Solve both the equations and give Answer

1.

I.(25 / p2) – (12 / p) + (9 / p2) = (4 / p2)
II.9.84 – 2.64 = 0.95 + q2

2.

I. √(900)p + √(1296) = 0
II.(256)1/4q + (216)1/3 = 0

3.

I.[(3)5 + (7)3]/ 3 = p3
II.7q3 = – (15 × 2) + 17q3

4.

I.(p1/4 / 16)2 = 144 / p3/2
II.q1/3  × q2/3 × 3104 = 16 × q2

5.

I.3p2 – 19p +28 = 0
II.5q2 – 18q + 16 = 0

Directions:6-10) In each question, two equations are given. Find p and q and give the answer:

6.

a)(p³ – 12p2 – p + 12)/(p+1) = 0
b)(q³ + 5q² – 2q – 24)/(q-2) = 0

7.

a)q = 2p + 1
b)2q = 3p – 1

8.

a)9p² – 29p + 22 = 0
b)q² – 7q + 12 = 0

9.

a)3p² – 4p – 32 = 0
b)12q² – 109q + 247 = 0

10.

a)4p + 7q = 42
b)3p – 11q = -1

Check your Answers below:

Directions:1-5) In the following questions, two equations I and II are given. Solve both the equations and give Answer

##### 1. Question

I.(25 / p2) – (12 / p) + (9 / p2) = (4 / p2)
II.9.84 – 2.64 = 0.95 + q2

Ans: 2
I.(25/p2) + (9/p) – (4/p2 )  = (12/p)

(25 + 9 – 4) / p2 = 12/p = 30/p2 = 12/p

12p = 30

p = 30 / 12 = 5/2 = 2.5

II.9.84 -2.64 = 0.95 + q2

7.2 – 0.95 = q2

q = √(6.25) = ± (2.5)

Clearly p ≥ q

##### 2. Question
1.  √(900)p + √(1296) = 0
2. (256)1/4q + (216)1/3 = 0
Ans: 1
I.√(900)p + √(1296) =0

√(900)p = -√(1296)

30p = -36

p = -36 / 30 = -1.2

II.(256)1/4 q = (216)1/3

(44)1/4 q = – (63)1/3 à 4q = -6

Q = -(6/4) = -1.5

Clearly, p > q

##### 3. Question

I.[(3)5 + (7)3]/ 3 = p3
II.7q3 = – (15 × 2) + 17q3

Ans: 1
I.[(3)5 + (7)3] / 3 = p3

(243 + 343) / 3 = p3

(586 / 3) = p3 à p = 5.8

II.7q3 = -30 + 17q3 = 10q3 = 30

q= 30/10 = 3 à q = 1.44

Clearly, p > q

##### 4. Question
1. (p1/4 / 16)2 = 144 / p3/2
2. q1/3  × q2/3 × 3104 = 16 × q2
Ans: 3
I.(p1/4 / 16)2 = (144 / p3/2 )  = (p1/2 / 256) = (144 / p3/2 )

(p1/2 )  × (p3/2 ) = 256 × 144

p2 = (256 × 144)

p = √(256 × 144)

p = ± (16 × 12) = ±192

II.q1/3 × q2/3 × 3104 = 16q2

q × 3104 = 16q2

3104 = 16q

Q = 3104 / 16 = 194

Clearly, p < q

##### 5. Question

I.3p2 – 19p +28 = 0
II.5q2 – 18q + 16 = 0

Ans: 1
I.3p2 – 9p + 28 = 0

3p2 – 12p – 7p + 28 = 0

3p (p – 4) – 7 (p – 4) = 0

(p – 4) (3p – 7) = 0

p = 4, 7/3

II.5q2 – 18q + 16 = 0

5q2 – 10q – 8q + 16 = 0

5q (q – 2) – 8 (q – 2) = 0

(q – 2) (5q – 8) = 0

Q = 2, 8/5

Clearly, p > q

Directions:6-10) In each question, two equations are given. Find p and q and give the answer:

##### 6. Question

a)(p³ – 12p2 – p + 12)/(p+1) = 0
b)(q³ + 5q² – 2q – 24)/(q-2) = 0

Ans: 1
a)(p³ – 12p2 – p + 12)/(p+1) = 0

[p2 (p-12) -1(p-12)]/(p+1) = 0

[(p-1)(p+1)(p-12)]/(p+1) = 0

p² – 13p + 12 = 0

Solving, p = 12, 1

b)(q³ + 5q² – 2q – 24)/(q-2) = 0

(q³ + 7q² – 2q² -14q + 12q – 24)/(q-2) = 0

(q-2)(q² + 7q + 12)/(q-2) = 0

Solving, q = -4, -3

Thus, p>q

##### 7. Question

a)q = 2p + 1
b)2q = 3p – 1

Ans: 1
Solving the two using substitution method,

p = -3

q = -5

Thus, p>q

##### 8. Question

a)9p² – 29p + 22 = 0
b)q² – 7q + 12 = 0

Ans: 2
a)9p² – 18p – 11p + 22 = 0

9p(p-2) – 11(p-2) = 0

(9p-11)(p-2) = 0

p = 11/9, 2.

b)q² – 4q – 3q + 12 = 0

q(q-4) – 3(q-4) = 0

(q-4)(q-3) = 0

q = 3, 4

Thus, p<q

##### 9. Question

a)3p² – 4p – 32 = 0
b)12q² – 109q + 247 = 0

Ans: 2
a)3p² – 12p + 8p – 32 = 0

3p(p-4) + 8(p-4) = 0

(3p+8)(p-4) = 0

p = -8/3, 4

b)12q² – 52q – 57q + 247 = 0

4q (3q – 13) – 19(3q – 13) = 0

(4q-19)(3q-13) = 0

q = 19/4, 13/3

Thus, p<q

##### 10. Question

a)4p + 7q = 42
b)3p – 11q = -1

Ans: 1
Sol. Solving the two equations using the substitution method,

p = 7

q = 2

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