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From the link below, download Tamil Nadu Plus One Computer Science Annual Exam March 2024 Question Paper with Answer key.

Some sample questions from the question paper are:

1. Find D2 and D6 for the following series 22, 4, 2,12,16, 6, 10,18,14, 20, 8.

2. A manufacturing company lias a contract to supply 4000 units of an item per year at uniform rate. The storage cost per unit per year amounts to Rs. 50 and the set-up cost per production run is Rs.160. If the production run can be started instantaneously and shortages are not permitted, determine the number of units which should be produced per run to minimize the total inventory cost.

3. Find the rank of the word "TABLE" in English dictionary.

4. A person purchases tomatoes from each of the 4 places at the rate of 1 kg., 2 kg., 3 kg. and 4 kg. per rupee respectively. On the average, how many kilograms has he purchased per rupee ?

5. The sum of three numbers is 20. If wc multiply the first by 2 and add the second number and subtract the third, we get 23. If we multiply the first by 3 and add second and third to it, we get 46. By using matrix inversion method find the numbers.

Click here for the detailed TN +1 Business Maths and Statistics Annual Exam 2024 Question paper and Key

TN 11th Annual Exam 2024 Business Maths and Statistics Question Paper.pdf (Size: 1.14 MB / Downloads: 239)

Some sample questions from the question paper are:

1. Find D2 and D6 for the following series 22, 4, 2,12,16, 6, 10,18,14, 20, 8.

2. A manufacturing company lias a contract to supply 4000 units of an item per year at uniform rate. The storage cost per unit per year amounts to Rs. 50 and the set-up cost per production run is Rs.160. If the production run can be started instantaneously and shortages are not permitted, determine the number of units which should be produced per run to minimize the total inventory cost.

3. Find the rank of the word "TABLE" in English dictionary.

4. A person purchases tomatoes from each of the 4 places at the rate of 1 kg., 2 kg., 3 kg. and 4 kg. per rupee respectively. On the average, how many kilograms has he purchased per rupee ?

5. The sum of three numbers is 20. If wc multiply the first by 2 and add the second number and subtract the third, we get 23. If we multiply the first by 3 and add second and third to it, we get 46. By using matrix inversion method find the numbers.

Click here for the detailed TN +1 Business Maths and Statistics Annual Exam 2024 Question paper and Key

TN 11th Annual Exam 2024 Business Maths and Statistics Question Paper.pdf (Size: 1.14 MB / Downloads: 239)