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BLUE PRINT

Chapter

No.

No. of Questions

1 Mark

6 Marks

10 Marks

Chapters

Determinants

Vector Algebra

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

6

2

Complex Numbers

4

2

Analytical Geometry

4

1

Differential Calculus Application - 1

4

2

Differential Calculus Application - 2

2

1

Integral calculus and its applications

4

1

Differential Equations

4

1

Discrete Mathematics

4

2

Probability Distributions

4

2

Total Number of Questions

40

16

Easy to score good marks for average students;

Total

Marks

26

2

1

3

2

1

2

2

1

1

16

38

26

40

36

18

30

30

26

26

296

TABLE - I

Chapter

No.

2

4

No. of

Chapters

Questions

No. of

10 Mark

Questions

Total

Marks

-----

20(2)

28(3)

20

30

6 & 3 Mark

Vector Algebra

Analytical Geometry

50 marks can be scored if we practice 20 Ten mark questions in Lesson -2 and 28 Ten

mark questions in Lesson 4

TABLE - II

Chapter

No.

9

6

3

No. of

Chapters

Questions

No. of

10 Mark

Questions

Total

Marks

33+12(2)

-----

15(1)

11(1)

16(1)

22

10

10

6 & 3 Mark

Discrete Mathematics

Differentials calculus Application - II

Complex Number

1

questions, 12 Three mark questions in Lesson-9 and 11 Ten mark questions in Lesson 6

and 16 Ten mark question in Lesson 3

TABLE - III

Chapter

No.

1

10

Questions

No. of

10 Mark

Questions

Total

Marks

35+13(2)

---

12

---

---

---

No. of

Chapters

6 & 3 Mark

Determinants

Probability Distributions

12 Marks can be scored if we practice 35 Six mark questions and 13 Three mark questions

in Lesson 1.

TABLE - IV

Chapter

No.

5

7

8

No. of

Chapters

Questions

No. of

10 Mark

Questions

Total

Marks

-------

-------

-------

6 & 3 Mark

Integral calculus and its applications

Differential Equations

30 marks can be scored if we study all the 271 one mark questions in the text book. If

we practice completely from table I to VI we can score 134 marks.

Slip tests should be conducted repeatedly on the 271 one words questions in the text

book and 380 questions in the COME book

We can easily answer 9 out of the 10 six mark questions in the question paper if we

practice all the question in Lesson, 1,2,3,9,10

For the remaining questions you have to concentrate on all the lessons

We can easily answer 9 out of the 10 ten mark questions in the question paper if we

practice all the 10 mark questions in lesson 1,2,3,4,6,9,10

For the remaining 1 question you have to concentrate on all the lessons

Created questions can be answered easily if we have practice on all the lessons

At least 5 full portion tests should be written before the public exam. It will bring the

following results

o We can assess if we could answer all the questions with in the stipulated time

(3hours)

o We can analyze whether we could answer all the questions to the extent of

scoring full marks

o We can identify the hurdles to score full marks accordingly.

Avoid writing without reading the questions thoroughly

o (E.g) Without reading the questions 4.35 and 5.7, if we just read ladder we

may give a completely wrong answer.

Avoid answering in a hurry without reading the questions completely and observing

the pictures promptly

o (E.g) It is possible to answer using the formula of parabola instead of

ellipse

Use pen for writing the answers and pencil for drawing the diagrams

Dont waste your precious time on colouring the pages

Those who aim at centum marks should give extra attention to one mark questions.

MATHEMATICS

2. VECTOR ALGEBRA (10 MARK)

Two questions for full test

Total number of questions : 20

1)Prove that

3) Prove that

Cos(A-B) = CosACosB + SinAsinB

Cos(A+B) = CosACosB SinASinB

Solution:

Solution:

Let P(CosA, SinA) and

Let P(CosA, SinA) and

Q(CosB, SinB) be any two

Q(CosB, -SinB) be any two

points on the unit circle with

points on the unit circle with

centre at the origin O.

centre at the origin O. Let

Let and be the unit

and be the unit vectors

vectors along the

along the co-ordinate axes.

co-ordinate axes.

=CosA +SinA

=CosA +SinA

=CosB SinB

=CosB +SinB

Cos(AB)= Cos(AB)...(1)

.

=CosACosB+SinASinB (2)

(1),(2) Cos (AB)=CosACosB+SinASinB

=

Cos (A+B)

=Cos(A+B).(1)

.

=CosACosB SinASinB.(2)

(1)=(2) Cos (A+B)=CosACosB SinASinB

Solution:

Let P(CosA, SinA) and

Q(CosB,SinB) be any two

points on the unit circle

with centre at the origin O.

Solutons:

Let P(CosA, SinA) and Q (CosB, -SinB) be any two

points on the unit circle

with centre at the origin

O.

Let and be the unit

Let

co-ordinate axes.

co-ordinate axes

=CosA +SinA

=CosA +SinA

=CosB SinB

=CosB +SinB

x

Sin (AB)

Sin (A+B)

=

=(SinACosB+CosASinB) .(2)

(1),(2) Sin (A+B)=SinACosB+CosASinB

= (SinACosB CosASinB)(2)

(1),(2) Sin (AB)=SinACosB CosASinB

vector method.

Solution:

Let ABC be the given triangle.

Let the altitudes AD and BE intersecting at O and take

it as the origin.

To prove that CO is

perpendicular to AB.

7) If

and

= +

+ ,

+ ,

) (

)=

] -[

Solution:

=

AD

BC

=0

=0. (1)

CA

BE

=0

)=0..........(2)

(1) +(2)

=0

)

=0

.

=0

OC

AB

Hence the altitudes of a triangle are concurrent.

6) If

) (

)=

= (16) (1+2)+

=

. Verify that

.(1)

]=

)=

(31)

=1(01)1(22)+1(20)=1

Solution:

]=

=

=1(01)1(41)+1(20)=2

= (0 5) (6 0)+ (2 0)

]

=

= 2(

(

)=

(12 + 15)

(1)

.

=6

)= 9

=6(

)+9(

(2)

(1) =(2)

= 5 3 4

(1)=(2)

= (6 6) (4 5)+

=

)=

)(

[

) 1( +

]

+2

..(2)

)=

] [

= =

the plane through the point (2,1,3) and

and

of intersection.

Solution:

Let

=

Let

3

4 ;

= 2 3 + 2

Vector equation is

, ]=

= 2 3 + s(

= 0

(

=

=0

=0

(2

(x2)(8) (y+1)(14)+(z+3)(13)=0

8x+16 14y1413z39=0

8x+14y+13z+37 =0

..(2)

,

=0

Point of intersection is (4, 0, 1)

=

the plane through the point (1,3,2) and

parallel to the lines

and

intersection.

Solution:

Let = ;

=2

=

Let

= + 2

, ]=

= +

= 0

(

Let

= +

+3 ;

+ 2 + s(

+ 3 )+ t ( + 2 + 2 )

=0

.(1)

+2

Cartesian equation is

Let

and

= +2 + 2

Vector equation is

= +

+ t

= +2

Solution:

= +3 ;

+t

Cartesian equation is

.(1)

Let

4 )+ t (2 3 + 2 )

Let

and

=2 + 3

= 3

Solution:

=4

=3 ,

=0

(

..(2)

From (1) and (2)

= 1 .(3)

1=2 +1 2 =2 .(4)

(3)+(4) =1, =0

Point of intersection is (1, 1, 0)

(x1)(8)(y3)(1)+(z2)(5)=0

8x+y5z1=0

the plane containing the lines

and parallel to the line

the plane through the points (1,1,1) and

(1,1,1) and perpendicular to the plane

x +2y +2z = 5

Solution: = +2 +

=

Solution: =

+3 , = +2 +

Vectors equation is = +

= 2 + 2 + + s(

=

+t

+ +

+ ;

= +2 +2

Vector equation is

+3 ) + t( +2 + )

Cartesian equation is

= (1 s)(

=0

+ +

=(1s) + + t

+ s(

+ 2

+2

= +

4x 4 4y + 4 + 6z 6 = 0

2x + 2y 3z + 3 = 0

16) Find the vector and cartesian equations of

the plane through the points (1,2,3) and

(2,3,1) perpendicular to the plane

3x 2y +4z 5 = 0

Solution :

= 3 + +2

Vector equation is

=0

=0

3x + 6 + 7y 14 5z + 5 = 0

3x 7y +5z + 3 = 0

13) Find the vector and cartesian equations to the

plane through the point (1,3,2) and perpendicular

to the planes x + 2y + 2z = 5 and

3x + y + 2z = 8

Let

Cartesian equation is

=0

Solution:

+ )+t( + +

+ 2 + s(

+t

+ 2 )+ t (

+ +

Cartesian equation is

Let

+

= +

;

Vector equation is

= (1s)( +

=0

2 + 4

= (1s)

+ 3 )+ s(2

+t

+ )+ t(3 +

Cartesian equation is

=0

=0

=0

2x+4y 5z = 0

10y 5z + 35 = 0

by 5 2y +z 7 = 0

the plane passing through the points

A (1,2,3) and B(1,2,1) and parallel to

the line

Solution:Let

=

the plane containing the line

Solution: =

=

= 2 +3 + 4

= (1s)( 2 + 3 )+ s(

+ ;

= +3 2

Vector equation is

+t

= (1 s) +

= (1s)( + ) +s(2

)+ t(

Cartesian equation is

= 2 + 3

+t

+ )+t(2 +

Cartesian equation

=0

=0

=0

=0

8x + 10y + 7z 11 = 0 8x-10y-7z+ 11= 0

28x 14z + 14 = 0

2x z + 1 = 0

18) Find the vector and cartesian equations of

the plane passing through the points

(2, 2,1),(3, 4, 2) and (7, 0, 6)

Solution :

Let

intercept form

Solution:

Let a, b, c be the x, y and z intercepts of the plane

=

=

+ 6

Vector equation is

= (1st)

= (1st) (2 +

+t

+ s(3

+ t (7 +

)

)

(i) Vector equation is

Cartesian equation is

= (1st)

=0

= (1st) a +

=0

+ 4 + 2 ,2

=2

+ tc

=0

=0

(x a) (bc0)y(ac0)+z(0+ab) = 0

xbc abc + yac + zab = 0

xbc+ yac + zab = abc

Dividing by abc

7

Solution :

Let

+t

20x 40 + 8y 16 12z 12 = 0

20x+8y 12z 68 = 0

5x + 2y 3z 17 = 0

19) Find the vector and Cartesian equations of

the plane passing through the points with

position vectors

+4 +2

=7

8

Vector equation is = (1 s t)

= (1st)

+ 4 + 2 )+ s(2

+ t

)+ t(7 +

Cartesian equation is

=0

=0

(x 3) (6) (y 4) (13) + (z 2) (28) = 0

6x 13y + 28z + 14 = 0

6x + 13y 28z 14 = 0

Three questions for full test Total number of questions 28

1) Find the axis, vertex, focus, directrix, equation

2) Find the axis, vertex, focus, directrix,

of the latus rectum and length of the latus

equation of the latus rectum and length latus

rectum of the parabola

rectum of the parabola

and hence draw their graph,

Solution:

(y + 3)2 = 8x , [ Y 2 = 4aX]

X = x x = X Y = y + 3 y = Y 3; a = 2

The type is open rightward

Referred to

Referred to

X, Y

x, y

x = X, y = Y3

Axis

Y=0

y = 3

Vertex

(0, 0)

V (0, 3)

Focus

(a, 0) = (2, 0) F(2, 3)

Directrix

X = a, X = 2 x = 2

LatusRectum

X = a, X = 2

x=2

Length L.R

4a

8

Solution:

equation of the latus rectum and length

latus rectum of the parabola

and hence draw their

graph,

Solution:

equation of the latus rectum and length latus

rectum of the parabola

= 12( y +1) ); [

]

X = x 3 x = X + 3; Y = y + 1 y = Y 1; a = 3

The type is open upward

Referred to

Referred to x, y

X, Y

x = X+3, y = Y1

Axis

X=0

x=3

Vertex

(0, 0)

V (3, 1)

Focus

(0, a) = (0, 3)

F(3, 2)

Directrix

Y = a, Y = 3 y = 4

Latus

Y = a, Y = 3

y=2

Rectum

Length L.R 4a

12

Solution:

= 8( y +2); [

]

X = x 1 x = X + 1;Y = y + 2 y = Y 2; a = 2

The type is open downward

Referred to Referred to x, y

X, Y

x = X+1, y = Y2

Axis

X=0

x=1

Vertex

(0, 0)

V (1, 2)

Focus

(0, a)

F (1, 4)

= (0, 2)

Directrix

Y = a, Y = 2

y=0

Latus Rectum Y = a, Y =2 y = 4

Length L.R

4a

8

, [

X = x 1 x = X + 1; Y = y 3 y = Y + 3; a = 2

The type is open leftward

Referred to

Referred to x, y

X, Y

x = X + 1,

y=Y+3

Axis

Y=0

y=3

Vertex

(0, 0)

V (1, 3)

Focus

(a, 0)=(2, 0) F(1, 3)

Directrix

X = a, X = 2

x=3

Latus Rectum X = a, X= 2

x = 1

Length L.R

4a

8

10

the ellipse and draw the diagram

Referred to

X, Y

Referred to x,

y

x = X+1,

y = Y4

C(1, 4)

Solution:

(

Centre C (0,0)

Foci

(0,ae)=(0,

+ 4(

(0, ae)=(0,

Vertic

es

X = x 4 x = X + 4; Y = y 2 y = Y + 2

= 100 a = 10;

= 25 b = 5

Major axis is parallel to xaxis

Eccentricity =

Referred to

X, Y

Centre

Foci

(ae,0)=(5

(ae,0)=(5

Vertices

,0)

,0),

A (a,0)= A (10,0)

(a,0), (10,0)

(0, a)= (0, 6)

(1,4

A (1,2),

(1,10)

, ae = 5

Referred to x,

y

x = X + 4,

y=Y+2

C (4,2)

(0,0)

(1,4+

(4+5

(4 5

the ellipse and draw the diagram

Solution:

,2)

,2)

16(

A (14,2),

16

(6,2)

X = x + 1 x = X1; Y = y 2 y = Y + 2

;

=9 b=3

The major axis is parallel to yaxis

eccentricity =

The ellipse and draw the diagram

ae = 4

=

Referred to

x, y

x = X1,

y = Y +2

C (1,2)

Referred to X, Y

Solution:

36(

36(

+4

= 144

Centre

Foci

;

X = x 1 x = X + 1; Y = y + 4 y = Y 4

= 36 a = 6;

=4 b=2

The major axis is parallel to yaxis

C (0,0)

(0,ae) =(0,

(0, ae)=(0,

Vertices

eccentricity =

=

=

ae = 4

11

)

)

(0, a)= (0, 4)

(1,2+

(1,2

A (1,6)

(1, 2)

of the hyperbola

= 0 and also

trace the curve

Solution:

9(

16(

= 199

9

16

= 144

vertices of the hyperbola

and draw the

diagram

Solution:

4

=4

;

X = x + 3 x = X 3; Y = y 2 y = Y + 2

=4a=2 ,

= 1 b =1

X=x1x=X+1;Y=y+2y=Y2

= 16 a = 4 ;

= 9 b =3

eccentricity =

eccentricity =

ae =

ae = 5

Referred to

X, Y

Centre

Foci

C (0, 0)

(ae, 0) = (5, 0)

(ae, 0) = (5, 0)

Referred to x, y

x = X+ 1,

y = Y 2

C (1, 2)

(6, 2)

(4, 2)

Vertices

A (a, 0) = A (4, 0)

(a, 0)= (4, 0)

A (5, 2),

(3, 2)

Referred to

X, Y

Centre

Foci

Vertices

of the hyperbola

and draw

their diagram.

Solution :

9(

9

16(

16

C (0, 0)

F1 (ae, 0) =(

0)

F2(ae,0)=(

0)

(Type equation

A (a, 0)=(2, 0)

(a, 0)=(2, 0)

2)

, 2)

A (1,2),

(5, 2)

vertices of the hyperbola

and draw their

diagram.

Solution:

Given :

(

3(

= 18

3

= 12

= 164

= 144

=1

X=x+3x=X3

Referred to x, y

x = X3,

y=Y+2

c (3,2)

Y=y1y=Y+1

= 4 a = 2,

= 12 b =2

Transverse axis is parallel to yaxis

=1,

X = x + 2 x = X 2, Y = y 1 y = Y + 1

= 9 a = 3,

= 16 b =4

eccentricity =

12

= 2

eccentricity =

ae = 3

ae = 4

Centre

Foci

C (0, 0)

(0, ae) = (0,4)

(0, ae)= (0

)

Referred

to

x, y

x = X 3,

y=Y+1

c (3 1)

(3, 5)

(3, 3)

Vertices

A (0, a) = A (0, 2)

(0, a)= (0, 2)

A (3, 3),

(3, 1)

Referred to

X, Y

=5

Referred to

X, Y

Centre

Foci

C (0, 0)

(0, ae) = (0,5)

(0, ae) = (0,

Vertices

A (0, a) = A (0, 3)

(0, a)= (0, 3)

Referred

to

x, y

x = X2,

y = Y +1

c (2, 1)

(2, 6)

(2, 4)

A (2, 4),

(2, 2)

around the sun which is at the focus of a

parabola. When the comet is 80 million Kms

from the sun, the line segment from the sun

to the comet makes an angle of

radians

in a parabolic path and reaches the ground

12mts away from the starting point. Find

the angle of projection.

equation of the comets orbit (ii) how close

does the comet come nearer to the sun?

Solution:

Equation of the parabola

.(1)

Solution:The equation is

.(1)

The point (6, 4) lies on the parabola

= 4a (4)

= 9

cos (

=

a=9

(1)

=

FQ

= 1 FP

= 9y

40

PM

80 = 2a + 40

2a = 40 a 20

(i) The equation of the comets orbit is

(ii) The shortest distance between the sun and

The comet = 20 million kms.

=

Angle of projection is

13

horizontal pipe, 7.5m above the ground,

describes a parabolic path. The vertex of the

parabolic path is at the end of the pipe. At a

position 2.5m below the line of the pipe, the

flow of water has curved outward 3m

beyond the vertical line through the end of

the pipe, How far beyond this vertical line

will the water strike the ground?

parabolic form with span 100ft. and the

highest point on the arch is 10ft. above the

bridge. Find the height of the bridge at 10ft.

to the left or right from the midpoint of the

bridge.

Solution:

Solution:

The equation is

.(1)

The point (50, 10) lies on the parabola

= 4a (10),

4a = 250

(1)

..(2)

B (10,

) lies on the parabola

100

The point (3, 2.5) lies on the parabola

= 4a (2.5)

a=

ft

= y ..(2)

= 10

= 9 feet

(7.5)

= 27

=3

the vertical line.

14

m beyond

form a parabola when the load is uniformly

distributed horizontally. The distance

between two towers is 1500 ft, the points of

support of the cable on the towers are 200ft

above the road way and the lowest point on

the cable is 70 ft above the roadway. Find the

vertical distance to the cable from a pole

whose height is 122ft.

of a parabola whose span is 40 mts. The road

way is 5 mts below the lowest point of the

cable. If an extra support is provided across

the cable 30 mts above the ground level, find

the length of the support if the height of the

pillars are 55 mts.

Solution:

The equation is

= 4ay ..(1)

The point (20, 50) lies on the parabola

= 4a (50)

a=2

(1)

= 8y (2)

The point ( , 25) lies on the parabola

(2)

= 8 25

= 200

Solution:

The equation is

= 4ay ..(1)

The point (750, 130) lies

on the parabola

= 4a (130)

4a =

(1)

y.(2)

(2)

= 10

ft

Length of the support =

52

= 150

ft

Vertical distance to the cable from a pole =

= 20

= 300

ft

18) A Khokho player in a practice session while

running realizes that the sum of the distances

from the two khokho poles from him is

always 8 m. Find the equation of the path

traced by him if the distance between the

poles is 6m.

ft

sun is in elliptical shape with sun at a focus.

The semimajor axis is of length 36 million

miles and the eccentricity of the orbit is

0.206. Find (i) How close the mercury gets

to sun? (ii) The greatest possible distance

between mercury and the sun.

Solution:

The equation is

Solution:

The equation is

..(1)

..(1)

Semi major axis = a

= 36 million miles

e = 0.206 ae = 7.416

A = a ae = 36 7.416

= 28.584 milion miles

= a +ae = 36 + 7.416

= 43.416 million miles

(i) The closest distances of the mercury from

the sun = 28.584 million miles

(ii) The greatest distance of the mercury from

thesun = 43.416 million miles.

2a = 8 a = 4

4e = 6

e=

=7

(1)

Which is the equation of the path traced by the

khokho player.

15

elliptical orbit having the earth at a focus and

semiellipse having horizontal span of 40 ft

and 16 ft high at the centre. How high is the

arch, 9 ft from the right or left of the centre.

the satellite gets to the earth is 400 kms. Find

the longest distance that the satellite gets

from the earth.

Solution:

The equation is

..(1)

Solution:

2a = 40 a = 20

b = 16

CA C =400 a ae=400

..(2)

Point (9,

ae=800 =400

Longest distance between the satellite from

the earth = a + ae = 800 + 400 = 1200 km

= 1

ft

21) An arch is in the form of a semiellipe whose

span is 48 feet wide. The height of the arch is

20 feet. How wide is the arch at the height of

10 feet above the base?

ft

Solution:

shape of a semi ellipse and 18 ft high at the

centre. Find the height of the ceiling 4 feet

from either wall if the height of the side

walls is 12

ft.Solution:

The equation is

The equation is

..(1)

..(1)

2a = 48 a = 24, b = 20

2a = 20 a = 10,

b=6

..(2)

Point (

(1)

Point (6,

24

= 12

The required width = 24

= 1

= 576

=

..(2)

ft.

= 4.8

Required height of the ceiling = 12 + 4.8 = 16.8 ft

16

always touching the vertical wall and the

horizontal floor. Determine the equation of

the locus of a point P on the ladder, which is

6m from the end of the ladder in contact with

the floor.

Solution:

Let P(

be any point on the line AB such that AP=6

and BP=9

Assum:

___PAO = ___BPQ =

From the right PQB

Cos

Sin

Cos 2

+ Sin2

+

Locus P(

=1

=1

hyperbola which has for one of its

asymptotes the line x + 2y 5 = 0 and passes

through the points (6, 0)and (3, 0)

Solution:

Equation of the asymptote is x + 2y 5 = 0

The other asymptote is of the form 2x y + l = 0

Combined equation of the asymptote is

(x + 2y 5) (2x y + l ) = 0

Equation of the rectangular hyperbola is of the form

(x + 2y 5) (2x y + l ) + k = 0

It passes through (6, 0)

(1) (6 + 0 5) (12 0 + l ) + k = 0

l + k = 12 (2)

Again it passes through (3, 0)

(1) (3 + 0 5) (6 0 + l ) + K = 0

(8) (6 + l ) + k = 0

8 + k = 48 .(3)

Solving (2)&(3) l = 4, k = 16

(1) (x + 2y 5 ) (2x y + 4) 16 = 0

This is the required equation

27) Prove that the line 5x + 12y = 9 touches the

hyperbola

and find its point of contact.

Solution:

is

5x + 12y = 9

,m=

asymptotes are parallel to x + 2y 12 = 0,

hyperbola and it passes through (2, 0)

Solution:

=9 1= =

The asymptotes are parallel to

The line touches the hyperbola

x + 2y 12 = 0, x 2y + 8 = 0

(I

Point of contact=

=

The asymptotes are of the form

x + 2y + = 0 ....(1)

Point of contact = (5, )

x 2y + m = 0 (2)It passes through the centre(2, 4)

(1)

= 10

(2)

m=6

Equations of the asymptotes are

(1) x + 2y 10 = 0

(2) x 2y + 6 = 0

Combined equation of the asymptote is

(x + 2y 10) (x 2y + 6) = 0

Equation of the hyperbola is of the form

(x + 2y 10) (x 2y + 6) + k = 0 (3)

It passes through (2, 0)

(8) (8) + k = 0

64 + k = 0

k = 64(3) (x + 2y 10)(x 2y +6) +64 = 0

This is the required equation of the hyperbola.

17

, c=

the ellipse

. Find the

coordinates of the point of contact

Solution:

x y +4 = 0 y = x + 4 m = 1, c = 4

,

= 12 1 + 4, = 16 =

The line touches the ellipse,

Point of contact =

6. DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS APPLICATIONS II (10 Mark Questions)

One Question for full Test

Total number of questions: 11

3) Trace the curve

1) Trace the curve y =

2) Trace the curvey =

Domain: (Extent :

Horizontal extent : (Vertical extent : (Intercepts :

x intercept = -1

y intercept = 1

Origin :

Does not pass

through the origin

Domain : (Extent

Horizontal extent : (Vertical extent : (Intercepts :

x intercept = 0

y intercept = 0

Origin :

Passes through the

origin

Domain : [0,

Extent

The curve exists in

first and fourth quadrant

Intercepts :

x intercept = 0

y intercept = 0

Origin :

Passes through the origin

Symmetry

Not symmetrical

about any axis

Asymptotes

No asymptote

Monotonicity

The curve is increasing

in (

Symmetry

Symmetrical about

the origin

Asymptotes

No asymptote

Monotonicity

The curve is increasing

in(

Symmetry

Symmetrical about

the x axis

Asymptotes

No asymptote

Monotonicity

Special points

Concave downward in (Concave upward in (0,

Point of inflection (0, 1)

Special points

Concave downward in (Concave upward in (0,

Point of inflection (0, 0)

18

y=

Special points

(0, 0) is not a point of inflection.

tanu, if

, if u =

Solution:

Solution;

=

= f (x, y)

u=

degree

tan u =

degree 2

By Eulers theorem,

By Eulers theorem,

= 2f

f

x

= 2 tan u

sin u

xcosu

+ ycos u

= f (x, y)

= sin u

= 2 tan u

tan u

9) Verify

Solution;

Solution:

f(tx, ty) =

f (x, y)

=

To verify Eulers theorem, we have to prove that

= f

=

=

=

(1)

(2)

(1)=(2)

=

=f

10) If w =

Solution:

7. Verify

w=

u=

v = y log x

Solution:

=

. =

. =

=

=

=

=

(1)

=

=

. (2)

19

and

8. Verify

u = sin 3x cos 4y

Solution:

u = sin 3xcos 4y

Solution: Consider

= 1,

= 3 cos 3xcos 4y

= 4sin3x sin 4y

=

= 4 cos 3x 3 sin 4y

=

1+ 0.0066 = 1.0066

Consider

x = 1,

= 12 cos 3x sin 4y .(2)

y=

(1)=(2)

dy =

(1) + (2)

20

1+ 0.005 = 1.005

+

= 2.0166

1.0066 + 1.005

One question for full test

Total number of questions : 15

1) Prove that the set of four functions

2) Show that

on the set of non zero complex numbers C

defined by

and

where

w 1 form a group with respect

to matrix multiplication.

with respect to the composition of functions.

Solution: Let G =

Solution:I =

o Composition of functions

o

C=

4) Existence of inverse

Inverses of

are

respectively.

5) Commutative axiom

From the table commutative axiom is true.

(G, o is an abelian group.

I=

[4]

[4]

[1]

[5]

[2]

[6]

[3]

[5]

[5]

[3]

[1]

[6]

[4]

[2]

E=

11

[1] [3] [4] [5] [9]

[1]

[1] [3] [4] [5] [9]

[3]

[3] [9] [1] [4] [5]

[4]

[4] [1] [5] [9] [3]

[5]

[5] [4] [9] [3] [1]

[9]

[9] [5] [3] [1] [4]

1) Closure axiom:

From the table closure axiom is true.

2) Associative axiom

Multiplication modulo 11 is always associative

3) Existence of identity

[1] G is the identity element.

4) Existence of inverse

Inverses of

respectively.

5) Commutative axiom

From the table commutative axiom is true.

(G,11 is an abelian group.

[6]

[6]

[5]

[4]

[3]

[2]

[1]

1) Closure axiom:

From the table closure axiom is true.

2) Associative axiom

Multiplication modulo 7 is always associative

3) Existence of identity

[1] G is the identity element.

4) Existence of inverse

Inverses of

I, A, B, C, D, E are I, B, A, C, D, E respectively

G is a group under multiplication of matrices.

(4) Show that the set

forms an

abelian group under multiplication modulo 11.

Solution: Let G =

11 Multiplication modulo 11

forms a group

Solution:Let G =

7 Multiplication modulo 7

7 [1] [2] [3]

[1] [1] [2] [3]

[2] [2] [4] [6]

[3] [3] [6] [2]

[4] [4] [1] [5]

[5] [5] [3] [1]

[6] [6] [5] [4]

,B=

Let G =

.

I

A

B

C

D

E

I

I

A

B

C

D

E

A

A

B

I

E

C

D

B

B

I

A

D

E

C

C

C

D

E

I

A

B

D

D

E

C

B

I

A

E

E

C

D

A

B

I

1) Closure axiom

Form the table closure axiom is true

2) Associative axiom

Matrix multiplication is always associative

3) Existence of identity

1)Closure axiom:

From the table closure axiom is true.

2)Associative axiom

Composition of functions is always associative

3) Existence of identity

G is the identity element.

3)Show that (

,D=

, A=

are

21

where x

,a

multiplication.

Solution:

matrix multiplication

Solution:

Let G =

Let G =

1) Closure axiom :

1) Closure axiom:

X=

A=

,B=

where a, b

Y=

0, y

G, x

XY =

G, [2xy

Let E =

AE =

X 2xe = x, e =

XE

2) Associative axiom:

Matrix multiplication is always associative

3) Identity axiom:

2) Associative axiom:

Matrix multiplication is always associative

3) Identity axiom:

Let E =

.

G[ ab

AB =

G,

ae = a e = 1

G is the identity element.

E=

4) Inverse axiom :

Let

4) Inverse axiom :

Let

be the inverse of X

=E

be the inverse of

=1

G is the inverse of

5) Commutative axiom:

G is the inverse of

AB =

G is a group under matrix multiplication.

= BA

G is an abelian group under matrix multiplication.

22

forms a group under the composition defined

is defined as a b = a + b + 2

Solution:

Z = The set of all integers

a b = a+ b+ 2

1) Closure axiom

a, b Z, a b = a + b + 2 Z

Closure axiom is true.

2) Associative axiom:

a, b, c Z

a ( b c) = a ( b + c+ 2)

= a + (b + c + 2) + 2

= a+ b+ c+ 4

( a b c = ( a + b + 2) c

by a

for all a, b G

Solution:

G = The set of all positive rationals

1) Closure axiom: a, b G , a

2) Associative axiom: a, b, c G

=

=

=

a (b c) = (a b

= a+ b+ c+ 4

a ( b c) = ( a b c

Associative axiom is true.

3) Existence of Identity

Let e be the identity element

= a + e + 2 = a e = 2

2 Z is the identity element.

4) Existence of Inverse

Let

be the inverse of a

= 2

Z is the inverse of a

5) Commutative axiom:

a, b Z

a b = a+ b + 2 = b + a + 2 =

Commutative axiom is true.

Z is an infinite set.

Z, is an infinite abelian group

3) Existence of Identity

Let e be the identity element

= a, e = 3

G is the identity element.

4) Existence of Inverse

Let

be the inverse of a

= 3

= 3

G is the inverse of a

(G,

23

is a group

and be defined on G by

for all a, b G. Show that (G, is an infinite

except 1 forms an abelian group with respect

to the operation given by

=

for all a, b G.

abelian group.

Solution:

G = The set of all rational numbers except 1

1) Closure axiom:

a, b, G, a

Suppose

1, b

Solution:

G = The set of all rational numbers except 1

=

1) Closure axiom:

a, b, G, a 1 and b 1

Suppose

a = 1 (or) b = 1 to a, b, G,

a = 1 (or) b = 1 to a, b,

G

Closure axiom is true

2) Associative axiom

a, b, c G

=

G

Closure axiom is true

2) Associative axiom

a, b, c G

=

=

=(

=(

=

=

=(

=

Associative axiom is true.

3) Existence of Identity

Let e be the identity element

e(1 a) = 0 e = 0, since a

0

is the identity element

4) Existence of Inverse

Let

be the inverse of a

a

=

=

=

3) Existence of Identity

Let e be the identity element

=

e(1+ a) e = 0, [ a 1]

0 G is the identity element

4) Existence of Inverse

Let

be the inverse of a

1,

is the inverse of a

G is the inverse of a

5) Commutative axiom

a, b, G

5) Commutative axiom

a, b, G

a*b= a+ b+ ab= b+ a+ ba= b*a

Commutative axiom is true.

(G, ) is an abelian group.

G contains infinite number of elements.

G, ) is an infinite abelian group

(G, ) is an abelian group.

G contains infinite number of elements.

G, ) is an infinite abelian group

24

G,

is an

Solution:

1) Closure axiom

a+

,c+ d

Solution:

Given G =

G Where a, b, c, d Q

1) Closure axiom

G, Where a, b z

=

G, since a+ b

Closure axiom is true.

2) Associative axiom

G

)= .

=

Since a + c, b + d Q

Closure axiom is true.

2) Associative axiom

Addition is always associative

3) Identity axiom

a+

0= 0+ 0

G such that

G such that

=

is the inverse of

5) Commutative axiom

a+

, c+

(a +

) + (c +

G

)= ( a + c) + ( b + d)

= ( c + a) + ( d + b)

G,

3) Identity axiom

= 1 G such that

.1 =

1 G is the identity element.

4) Inverse axiom

G such that

=

=

is the inverse of

Inverse axiom is true

5) Commutative axiom

G

=

=

= .

Commutative axiom is true

(G, .) is an abelian group

4) Inverse axiom

a+

is an abelian

= (c +

) + (a +

)

Commutative axiom is true.

G Contains infinite number of elements.

is an in inite abelian group

25

=1

the condition = 1 forms a group with respect

to the operation of multiplication of complex

numbers.

Solution:

M = Set of all complex numbers having

modulus value 1.

1) Closure axiom

M

M

since

=

=1

Closure axiom is true.

2) Associative axiom

Multiplication of complex numbers is always

associative

3) Identity axiom

z.1= 1.z=z

1 G is the identity element.

4) Inverse axiom

z M, there exists an element

z. =

.z= 1

M such that

is the inverse of z

(M, .) is a group

15) Show that

Solution:

Let

=

1) Closure axiom

[]

forms group

[ ], [m]

,m< n

[]

Closure axiom is true.

2) Associative axiom

Addition modulo n is always associative

3) Identity axiom

[0]

is the identity element.

4) Inverse axiom :

[ ]

, there exist an element

[n ]

[]

= [0]

is the inverse of [ ]

Inverse axiom is true.

Solution:

Let G =

,

1) Closure axiom

Let ,

G, 0 , m

To prove

,

=

G

Case (i) if + m n then

G

Case (ii) if + m n

By division algoritham

+ m = (q.n) + r where 0 r < n

=

=

.

= .

G

Closure axiom is true.

2) Associative axiom

Multiplication is always associative for the

set of complex numbers.

3) Identity axiom

that . 1= 1.

=

1 G is the identity element.

4) Inverse axiom

G

such that .

=

=

=l

is the invese of

Inverse axiom is true

5) Commuative axiom

G

.

=

=

=

Commutative axiom is true.

G. contains finite number of elements.

G, . is a inite abelian group.

such that

=

roots of unity form an abelian

group of finite order with usual multiplication.

) is a group.

26

One question for full testTotal number of questions : 16

1) P represents the variable complex number z.

4) P represents the variable complex number z.

Find the locus of P, if Im

= 2

Solution:

Solution : Let z = x + iy

arg

Let z = x + iy

=

arg (z 1) arg(z + 1) =

arg (x + iy 1) arg(x + iy + 1) =

=

=

Im

= 2

x(2x + 1) +2y(1 y) = 2[(1 y)2 + x2 ]

2x2 x + 2y 2y2 = 2(1 + y2 2y + x2)

x + 2y = 2 + 4y

x + 2y 2 = 0

Locus of P is a straight line

= tan

=

2y =

=1

Solution :

Let z = x+iy

=

arg (z 1) arg(z + 3) =

=

arg (x + iy 1) arg(x + iy + 3) =

Re

=1

x2 x + y2 + y = x2 + y2 + 1 + 2y

x+y+1=0

Locus of P is a straight line

Find the locus of P if Re

= tan

=1

Solution :

Let z = x + iy

=

Re

Solution :

Let z = x + iy

arg

=0

Locus of P is a circle

5) P represents the variable complex number z.

0=

=0

Locus of P is a circle

=1

x2 + x + y2 + y = x2 + y2 + 1 + 2y

x y 1 = 0 Locus of P is a straight line

27

tan = =

cot = y + 1, show that

Solution :

:x2

Solution

2x + 2 = 0

x = 1 i, Let = 1 + i and = li = 2i

Given cot = y + 1 y = cot 1 =

consider

2 ( cos

(y + )n =

=

(y +

)n

(y + )n =

=

x2 2px + (p 2 + q2) = 0 and tan =

show that

Solution :

= qn1

tan =

(y +

y+p=

=

y=

=

(y + )n =

) + i sin(

+ i sin

qn

=

=

=

=

= qn1

x2 2x + 4 = 0. Prove that

n n = i2n+1sin and deduct 9 9

Solution: i

bn

2n

n n

2n

(cos

2n

) + i sin (

= 2 ( cos + i sin )

(cos

= cos (

= 2 ( cos i sin )

;k = 0, 1, 2

+ isin

i sin

, k = 0, 1, 2, 3

When k = 0,

When k = 1,

2i sin

When k = 2,

= i 2n+1sin

When k = 3,

n=9

9 9 = i 29+1 sin

and hence

Solution :

x2 2x + 4 =0

x=1i

b = 1 i

= 1+ i

)], k = 0, 1, 2

consider

2 ( cos

(y + )n =

[ cos(

Let = p + qi and = p qi = 2iq

)n

+ i sin )

Product =

9 9 = 0

28

=1

Solution :

x9 + x5 x4 1 = 0

x5(x4 + 1) 1(x4 + 1) = 0

(x5 1)(x4 + 1) = 0

x5 1 = 0 x =

15) If

=2 cos and

(i)

n)

(ii)

n)

Solution:

Let x = cos

=

=

; y = cos + isin

=

, k = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4

x4 + 1 = 0 x =

(1) + (2)

n)

(1) (2)

, k = 0, 1, 2, 3

n)

Solution :

Given x7 + x4 + x3 + 1 = 0

x4(x3 + 1)+1(x3 + 1) = 0

(x4 + 1)(x3 + 1) = 0

x4 + 1= 0 x =

Solution:

i)abc=(cos2 +isin2

(i)

(ii)

prove that

= 2 cos (

= 2 cos (

(cos2 +isin2

(cos2 +isin2

x=

=cos2(

, k = 0, 1, 2, 3

+i sin 2(

=cos(

+i sin (

.(1)

=cos(

i sin (

(2)

x3 + 1= 0 x =

(1)+(2)

+

x=[

=2cos(

, k = 0, 1, 2

(ii)

Solution:

x4 x3 + x2 x +1 = 0

+

=

=cos2(

=0

=cos2(

= 1, x 1

(3)+(4)

x=

+ =2cos2(

x=

=2 cos2(

=

x = cos

+ isin

When k = 0, x =

, k = 0, 1, 3, 4 as x 1

+i

When k = 3, x =

When k = 4, x =

When k = 1, x =

+i

+i

+i

excluded, since x 1)

29

+ i sin 2(

i sin2(

.(3)

(4)

1) Example 9/4

p

T

T

F

F

(iii)

q

(pq)

~q

(pq)(~q)

T

F

T

F

T

T

T

F

F

T

F

T

F

T

F

F

2) Example 9/4 (iv) construct the truth table for ~ [(~ p)(~ )]/

p

~p

~q

p

T

T

T

T

F

F

F

F

q

T

T

F

F

T

T

F

F

r

T

F

T

F

T

F

T

F

(pq)

(pq)(~ r )

T

T

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

T

F

T

F

T

F

T

T

T

F

T

F

T

F

T

p

T

T

T

T

F

F

F

F

q

T

T

F

F

T

T

F

F

r

T

F

T

F

T

F

T

F

(pq)

(pq) r

T

T

T

T

T

T

F

F

T

F

T

F

T

F

F

F

p

(p q

~ (pq )]

(p q ) [~ (pq )]

p

(p q )

(p q ) r

T

T

T

T

T

F

T

F

T

T

T

T

T

T

T

30

T

F

F

F

F

F

T

T

F

F

F

T

F

T

F

T

T

T

F

F

T

T

T

T

F

p

(pq )

(pq ) r

T

T

T

T

F

F

F

F

T

T

F

F

T

T

F

F

T

F

T

F

T

F

T

F

T

T

F

F

F

F

F

F

T

T

T

F

T

F

T

F

(~ p) ( ~q )

p q

~ (p q )

p

T

T

F

F

q

T

F

T

F

T

T

T

F

F

F

F

T

p

is a tautology.

p

31

is a contradiction.

11) Example 9.11: use the truth table to determine whether the statement [(~ p)q] [ p (~q

)]is a tautology/

p

12) EXERCISE 9.3 (i) Use the truth table to establish the following statement is a tautology or a

contradiction

[(~ p) q ) ] p.

p

(~ p) q )

(~ p) q ) ] p

q

T

is a contradiction.

13) EXERCISE 9.3 (ii) Use the truth table to establish the following statement is a tautology or a

contradiction

(p q ) [~ (p q ) ]

p

is a tautology.

14) EXERCISE 9.3 (iii) Use the truth table to establish the following statement is a tautology or a

contradiction

[ p (~q ) ] [ ( ~ p ) q ]/

p

T

T

F

F

q

T

F

T

F

F

F

T

T

F

T

F

T

F

T

F

F

T

F

T

T

is a tautology.

T

T

T

T

15) EXERCISE 9.3 ( iv) Use the truth table to establish the following statement is a tautology or a

contradiction

q [p (~q ) ] /

p

T

T

F

F

q

T

F

T

F

F

T

F

T

32

T

T

F

T

is a tautology.

T

T

T

T

16) EXERCISE 9.3 (v) Use the truth table to establish the following statement is a tautology or a

contradiction

[ p ( ~p ) ] [ (~ q) p ] /

p

T

T

F

F

T

F

T

F

F

F

T

T

F

T

F

T

(~ q) p

[ p ( ~p ) ] [ (~ q) p ]

F

T

F

T

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

is a contradiction.

p

T

T

F

F

q

T

F

T

F

T

F

T

T

p

q

T

T

T

F

F

T

F

F

The last columns are identical / p q

F

F

T

T

(~ p ) q .

T

F

T

T

p

q

p q

T

T

F

F

T

F

T

F

T

F

F

T

p q

q p

(p q)(q p)

T

T

T

T

T

F

F

T

F

T

T

F

F

F

T

T

The last columns are identical / p q ( p q ) ( q p ) .

T

F

F

T

p

q

p q

T

T

F

F

p

T

T

F

F

T

F

T

F

T

F

F

T

q

T

F

F

T

T

F

F

T

F

T

T

T

F

T

F

F

T

T

T

T

The last columns are identical / p q [ (~ p ) q ) ][ (~q ) p ) ];.

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T

F

F

T

p

(pq

~ (pq )

p

T

T

F

F

and

q

T

F

T

F

T

F

T

T

T

T

F

T

22). EXERCISE 9.3 - 7. Show that (pq)

( p q) is a tautology.

pq

p q

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( p q)

(pq)

( p q) is a tautology .

23).Group:

Definition :

A non-empty set G, together with an operation * i.e., (G, *) is said to be a

group if it satisfies the following axioms

(1) Closure axiom : a, b G a * b G

(2) Associative axiom : a, b, c G, (a * b) * c = a * (b * c)

(3) Identity axiom : There exists an element e G such that a * e = e * a = a, a G.

e is called the identity element of G and a1 is called the inverse of a in G.

Proof

Let G be a group. Then for all a, b, c G.

(i)

(Left Cancellation Law)

(ii)

(Right Cancellation Law)

Proof:

(i)

(ii)

(

b

Proof:

Let G be a group a, b G. Then

It is enough to prove

is the inverse of

To prove (i)

(ii)

=e

=

=

=

=

=

is the inverse of

i.e.,

=

26) Prove that (Z,+) is an infinite abelian group.

Solution :

Z = set of all integers

Closure axiom

Sum of 2 integers is also an integer

Associative axiom

Usual addition is always associative

Identity axiom

0 Z is the identity element

Inverse axiom

is the inverse of

Commutative axiom Addition is always commutative

Z contain infinite number of elements.

(Z,+) is an infinite abelian group.

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Solution:

Closure axiom

Product of two non zero real numbers is also a non zero real

number.

Associative axiom

Usual multiplication is always associative

Identity axiom

1 R {0} is the identity element

Inverse axiom

1/a R {0} is the inverse of a R {0}

Commutative axiom Multiplication is always commutative

R {0} contain infinite number of elements.

(R {0},.) is an infinite abelian group.

28)Show that the cube roots of unity forms a finite abelian group under

multiplication.

Solution :

1

1

1

1

Closure axiom

Associative axiom

Identity axiom

Inverse axiom

Usual multiplication is always associative

1 is the identity element

The inverse of 1 is 1

The inverse of is

The inverse of

is

Multiplication is always commutative

G is finite group. (G,.) is a finite abelian group

Commutative axiom

29)Show that the fourth roots of unity forms a finite abelian group under multiplication.

Solution :

1

-1

i

-i

1

1

-1

i

-i

Closure axiom

Associative axiom

Identity axiom

Inverse axiom

Commutative axiom

-1

-1

1

-i

i

i

i

-i

-1

1

-i

-i

i

1

-1

Usual multiplication is always associative

1 is the identity element

The inverse of 1 is 1

The inverse of -1is -1

The inverse of i is i

The inverse of -i is i

Multiplication is always commutative

G is finite group. (G,.) is a finite abelian group

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Solution:

(i) Closure axiom : Sum of two complex numbers is always a complex number.

Closure axiom is true.

(ii) Associative axiom : Addition is always associative in C

(iii) Identity axiom : o C is the identity element .

(iv) Inverse axiom : z C is the inverse of z C

(v) Commutative property : Addition of complex numbers is always commutative

Since C is an infinite set (C, +) is an infinite abelian group.

31) Example 9.17 : Show that the set of all non-zero complex numbers is an abelian

group under the usual multiplication of complex numbers.

Solution:

(i) Closure axiom : Let G = C {0} Product of two non-zero complex

numbers is again a non-zero complex number.

(ii) Associative axiom :Multiplication is always associative.

(iii) Identity axiom : 1 G is the identity element .

(iv) Inverse axiom :

1/z G is the inverse of z G.

(v) Commutative property : Multiplication of complex numbers is always commutative.

(C-{0} , .) is an abelian.

32) Example 9.19 : Show that the set of all 2 2 non-singular matrices forms a non-abelian infinite group

under matrix

multiplication, (where the entries belong to R).

Solution:Let G be the set of all 2 2 non-singular matrices, where the entries belong to R.

(i) Closure axiom : Since product of two non-singular matrices is again non-singular and the

order is 2 2,

the closure axiom is satisfied.

(ii) Associative axiom : Matrix multiplication is always associative

and hence associative axiom is true.

(iii) Identity axiom :

is the identity element .

(iv) Inverse axiom : the inverse of A G, exists i.e. A1 exists and is of order 2 2 .

Thus the inverse axiom is satisfied.

Hence the set of all 2 2 non-singular matrices forms a group under matrix

multiplication. Further, matrix multiplication is non-commutative and the set

contain infinitely many elements.

The group is an infinite non-abelian group.

group, under multiplication of matrices.

Solution :

1

0

0

,

1

-1

0

,

1

1 0

,

0 -1

Let

- 1 0

0 - 1 form an abelian

.

I

(i) Closure axiom : All the entries in the multiplication table are members of G.

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(ii) associative axiom : Matrix multiplication is always associative

(iii) identity axiom : I is the identity element in G.

(iv) inverse axiom : I is the inverse of I

A is the inverse of A

B is the inverse of B

C is the inverse of C

From the table it is clear that . is commutative. G is an abelian group

under matrix multiplication.

Proof :

We know that a 1 G and hence (a1)1 G. Clearly a * a1 = a1 * a = e

a1*(a1)1= (a1)1* a1 = e

a * a1 = (a1)1* a1

a = (a1)1 (by Right Cancellation Law)

35. Theorem :

The identity element of a group is unique.

Proof : Let G be a group. If possible let e1 and e2 be identity elements in G.

Treating e1 as an identity element we have e1 * e2 = e2

(1)

(2)

Identity element of a group is unique.

36. Theorem :

The inverse of each element of a group is unique.

Proof :

Let G be a group and let a G.

If possible, let a 1 and a 2 be two inverses of a.

Treating a 1 as an inverse of a we have a * a 1 = a1 * a = e.

Treating a 2 as an inverse of a, we have a * a2 = a2 * a = e

Now a1 = a1 * e = a 1 * (a * a2) = (a1 * a) * a2 = e * a2 = a 2

Inverse of an element is unique.

Do it your self:-

Example 9.4:

(i) ( (~ p ) (~ q ) )

EXERCISE 9.2

(ii) ~ ( (~ p ) q

(1) p (~ q )

(7) ( p q ) (~ q )

(4) ( p q ) (~ p )

(2) (~ p ) (~ q )

(5) ( p q ) (~ q )

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(3) ~ ( p q )

(6) ~ ( p (~ q ) )

Unit 1 Matrix and Determinents

1.

is

1) 1

2) 2

3) 3

2.

3.

1) 0

2) 2

If A = [2 0 1], then the rank of the A AT

1) 1

2) 2

4.

If A =

4) 4

is

3) 3

4) 5

3) 3

4) 0

3) 1

4) 2

1) 3

2) 0

5.

6.

1) 1

2) 2

3) 3

If A is a scalar matrix with scalar k 0, of order 3, then A1 is

1)

7.

is 2, then is

2)

If the matrix

If A=

4) kI

2) k = 4

3) k 4

4) k 4

2)

3)

4)

3) | A |n1

4) | A |

3)

4)

1)

9.

3)

8.

1) | A |2

2) | A |n

1)

is

2)

1) k3(detA)

2) k2(detA)

3) k(detA)

4) (detA)

12. If I is the unit matrix of order n, where k 0 is a constant, then adj(kI) =

1) kn(adjI)

2) k(adjI)

3) k2 (adjI)

4) kn - 1(adjI)

13. If A and B are any two matrices such that AB = O and A is non-singular, then

1) B = O

2) B is singular

3) B is non-singular

4) B = A

14. If A =

then A12 is

1)

15. The inverse of

1)

2)

3)

4)

is

2)

3)

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4)

16. In a system of 3 linear non-homogenous equation with three unknowns, if = 0 and x = 0, y 0 and

z = 0

then the system has

1) unique solution

2) two solutions

3) infinitely many solutions

4) no

solution

17. The system of equations ax + y + z = 0, x + by + z = 0, x + y + cz = 0 has a non-trivial solution, then

=

1) 1

18. If

2) 2

aex

bey =

c,

pex

1)

qey =

3) 1

d and 1 =

, 2 =

2)

4) 0

, 3 =

4)

3)

1) a non-zero unique solution

2) trivial solution 3) infinitely many solution

4)

No solution

20. If

1) m = 1

21. If

2) a = | m |

2) =

and

2)

=

)+

1) u is an unit vector

24. If

4) a =1

= 0, |

| = 3, |

)+

=

3)

4)

4)

and

4)

2) a = 4, b = 4, c = 5

3) a = 4, b = 4, c = 5

1) 10

2) 6

4) a = 2, b = 3, c = 4

and a side 3 + 4

3)

is

4) 3

then

1) is parallel to 2) is perpendicular to

3) | | = | |

28. If , and + are vectors of magnitude then the magnitude of

1) 2

2)

)+

1) =

parallel

30. If

is

3)

29. If

. is equal to

( ) then

2)

27. If

then

1)

25. The vectors 2 + 3 + 4

1) a = 2, b = 3, c = 4

4) =

3) 2

2)

) is a unit vector if

3) =

1)

23. If

3) a =

are two unit vectors and is the angle between them, then (

1) =

22. If

is a unit vector, if

=2 + +

2)

,

3)

( )=

3)

= +3 +2

1) 5

31. The projection of

)+

and

and

is

4) 1

then

are parallel 4)

or

or

and

are

2) 10

on a unit vector

4)

3)

4)

is

1) tan1

32. If the projection of

2) cos1

on

3) sin1

is

40

on

4) sin1

+ and

1)

2)

33. If

3)

4)

,

then

1) parallel to

2) parallel to

3) parallel to

4) + + =

34. If a line makes 45, 60 with positive direction of axes x and y then the angle it makes with the z axis

is

1) 30

2) 90

3) 45

4) 60

35. If [

1) 32

] = 64 then [

2) 8

36. If [ +

1) 4

] = 8 then [ ,

2) 16

1) 0

, , ] is

,

3) 128

4) 0

3) 32

4) 4

3) 2

4) 4

] is

+ ] is equal to

2) 1

38. The shortest distance of the point (2, 10, 1) from the plane

1) 2

2)

)(

1) perpendicular to

. (3 + 4 ) = 2

3) 2

4)

) is

,

and

and

and

4) perpendicular to the line of intersection of the plane containing

and

and

40. If ,

value of

[

, ,

are a right handed triad of mutually perpendicular vectors of magnitude a, b, c then the

] is

1) a2b2c2

2) 0

1) 2

2) 3

42.

= s + t is the equation of

1) a straight line joining the points and

3) abc

,

]=[

3) 1

2) xoy plane

+ is

1) 1

2) 2

4) abc

+ ,

3) yoz plane

of a force + a

3) 3

] then [

4) 0

, ,

] is

4) zox plane

4) 4

vector form is

1)

=( +5 +3

) + t( + 3 + 5 )

2)

= ( + 3 + 5 ) + t( + 5 + 3

3)

=( +5 +

) + t( + 3 + 5 )

4)

=( +3 +5

) + t( + 5 +

)

)

1) (8, 6, 22)

2) (8, 6, 22) 3) (4, 3, 11)

4) ( 4, 3, 11)

46. The equation of the plane passing through the point (2, 1, 1) and the line of intersection of the

planes

. ( + 3 ) = 0 and . ( + 2 ) = 0 is

1) x + 4y z = 0

2) x + 9y + 11z = 0

47. The work done by the force

= + +

3) to the point B(4, 4, 4) is

1) 2 units

2) 3 units

3) 2x + y z + 5 = 0

4) 2x y + z = 0

3) 4 units

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4) 7 units

48. If

= 2 +3

and

=3 +

1)

+2

2)

3)

and

1) (0, 0, 4)

2) (1, 0, 0)

50. The point of intersection of the lines

3) (0, 2, 0)

) + t (2 + + ) and

2) (1, 2, 1)

is

and

2)

is

3)

1) 3

4) (1, 2, 0)

= (2 + 3 + 5 ) + 5( + 2 + 3 )

3) (1, 1, 2)

4) (1, 1, 1)

1)

2) 2

4)

and

3) 1

is

4)

= ( + 2 + 3

1) (2, 1, 1)

and

is

4) 0

and

1) parallel

2) intersecting

3) skew

4) perpendicular

54. The centre and radius of the sphere given by x2 + y2 + z2 6x + 8y 10z +1 = 0 is

1) ( 3, 4, 5), 49

2) (6, 8, 10) 1

3) (3, 4, 5), 7

4) (6, 8, 10), 7

55. The value of

is

1) 2

2) 0

3) 1

4) 1

56. The modulus and amplitude of the complex number [e3 - i/4 ]3 are respectively

1) e9 ,

2) e9 ,

3) e6 ,

4) e9 ,

57. If (m 5) + i(n + 4) is the complex conjugate of (2m + 3) + i(3n 2) then (n, m) are

1)

2)

1) x iy

3)

4)

3) 2 iy

4) x + iy

is

2) 2x

is

1)

2)

3)

4) 7

60. If A + iB = (a1 + ib1) (a2 + ib2) (a3 + ib3) then A2 + B2 is

1) a12 + b12 + a22 + b22 + a32 + b32

2) (a1 + a2 + a3 )2 + (b1 + b2 + b3 )2

2

2

2

2

2

2

3) (a1 + b1 ) (a2 + b2 ) (a3 + b3 ) 4) (a12 + a22 + a32) (b12 + b22 + b32)

61. If a = 3 + i and z = 2 3i then the points on the Argand diagram representing az, 3az and az are

1) Vertices of a right angled triangle

2) Vertices of an equilateral triangle

3) Vertices of an isosceles triangle

4) Collinear

62. The points z1, z2, z3, z4 in the complex plane are the vertices of a parallelogram taken in order if

and only if

1) z1 + z4 = z2 + z3 2) z1 + z3 = z2 + z4

3) z1 + z2 = z3 + z4

4) z1 z2 = z3 z4

63. If z represents a complex number then arg(z) + arg( ) is

1) /3

2) /2

3) 0

4) /4

64. If the amplitude of a complex number is /2 then the number is

1) purely imaginary

2) purely real

3) 0

4) neither real nor

imaginary

65. If the point represented by the complex number iz is rotated about the origin through the angle /2

in the counter clockwise direction, then the complex number representing the new position is

1) iz

2) iz

3) z

4) z

25

3

66. The polar form of the complex number ( i ) is --------1) cos + i sin

2) cosp + isinp

42

67. If P represents the variable complex number z and if | 2z 1| = 2| z | then the locus of P is

1) the straight line x = 1/4

2) the straight line y = 1/4

3) the straight line z = 1/2

3) the circle x2 + y2 4x 1 =0

68.

=

1) cosq+i sinq

2) cosq i sinq

3) sinq icosq

4) sin + icosq

1) 1

2) 1

3) i

70. If lies in the third quadrant, then z lies in the --------1) first quadrant

2) second quadrant

3) third quadrant

4) i

4) fourth quadrant

1) 2 cosn

2) 2 i sin n

3) 2 sin n

4) 2 icosn

72. If a = cos i sin , b = cos i sin , c = cos i sin then (a2 c2 b2) / abc is

1) cos 2( + ) + i sin 2( + ) 2) 2 cos ( + )

3) 2i sin ( + )

4) 2 cos (

+ )

73. z1 = 4 + 5i, z2 = 3 + 2i, then

1)

is

2)

3)

4)

1) i

2) i

3) 1

4) 1

1) 1

2) 1

3) 0

4) i

76. If i + 2 is one root of the equation ax2 bx+ c = 0, then the other root is

1) i 2

2) i 2

3) 2 + i

77. The quadratic equation whose roots are i is

1) x2 + 7 = 0

2) x2 7 = 0

78. The equation having 4 3i and 4 + 3i as roots is

1) x2 + 8x + 25 = 0

2) x2 + 8x 25 = 0

79. If

4) 2i + i

3) x2 + x + 7 = 0

4) x2 x 7 = 0

3) x2 8x + 25 = 0

4) x2 8x 25 = 0

is the root of the equation ax2 + bx + 1 = 0, where a, b are real then (a, b) is

1) (1, 1)

2) (1, 1)

3) (0, 1)

2

80. If i + 3 is a root of x 6x + k = 0, then the value of k is

4) (1, 0)

1) 5

2)

3)

4) 10

2

4

2

4

81. If is a cube root of unity then the value of (1 + ) + (1+ ) is

1) 0

2) 32

3) 16

4) 32

82. If is the nth root of unity then

1) 1+ 2 + 4 + = + 3 + 5 +

2) n = 0

3) n = 1

4) = n 1

83. If is the cube root of unity then the value of (1 ) (1 2) (1 4) (1 8) is

1) 9

2) 9

3) 16

4) 32

1) y = 1

2) x = 3

3) x = 3

4) y = 1

85. 16x2 3y2 32x 12y 44 = 0 represents

1) an ellipse

2) a circle

3) a parabola

4) a hyperbola

86. The line 4x + 2y = c is a tangent to the parabola y2 = 16x then c is

1) 1

2) 2

3) 4

4) 4

2

87. The point of intersection of the tangents at t1 = tand t2 = 3tto the parabola y = 8x is

1) (6t2, 8t)

2) (8t, 6t 2)

3) (t2, 4t)

4) (4t, t2)

2

88. The length of the latus rectum of the parabola y 4x + 4y +8 = 0

1) 8

2) 6

3) 4

4) 2

43

1) x =

2) x =

3) x =

4) x =

90. The length of the latus rectum of the parabola whose vertex is (2, 3) and the diretrix is x = 4 is

1) 2

2) 4

3) 6

4) 8

91. The focus of the parabola x2 = 16y is

1) (4, 0)

2) (0, 4)

3) ( 4, 0)

4) (0, 4)

92. The vertex of the parabola x2 = 8y 1 is

1)

2)

3)

4)

1) (0, 3)

2) (2, 4)

3)

4)

94. The tangents at the end of any focal chord to the parabola y2 = 12x is intersect on the line

1) x 3 = 0

2) x + 3 = 0

3) y + 3 = 0

4) y 3 = 0

95. The angle between the two tangents drawn from the point ( 4, 4) to y2 = 16x is

1) 45

2) 30

3) 60

4) 90

96. The eccentricity of the conic 9x2 + 5y2 54x 40y + 116 = 0 is

1)

2)

3)

4)

97. The length of the semi-major and the length of semi-minor axis of the ellipse

1) 26, 12

2) 13, 24

3) 12, 26

4) 13, 12

98. The distance between the foci of the ellipse 9x2 + 5y2 =180

1) 4

2) 6

3) 8

4) 2

99. If the length of major and semi-minor axes of an ellipse are 8, 2 and their corresponding equations

are y 6 = 0 and

x + 4 = 0 then the equations of the ellipse is

1)

2)

3)

4)

100. The straight line 2x y + c = 0 is a tangent to the ellipse 4x2 + 8y2 = 32, if c is

1)

2) 6

3)36

4x2

4) 4

+ 9y2

= 36 from (

1) 4

2) 8

3) 6

102. The radius of the director circle of the conic 9x2 + 16y2 = 144 is

, 0) and (

4) 18

, 0) is

1)

2) 4

3) 3

4) 5

103. The locus foot of the perpendicular from the focus to a tangent of the curve 16x2 + 25y2 = 400 is

1) x2 + y2 = 4

2) x2 + y2 = 25

3) x2 + y2 = 16

4) x2 + y2 = 9

104. The eccentricity of the hyperbola 12y2 4x 2 24x + 48y 127 = 0

1) 4

2) 3

3) 2

4) 6

105. The eccentricity of the hyperbola whose latus rectum is equal to half of its conjugate axis is

1)

2)

3)

4)

106. The difference between the focal distance of any point on the hyperbola

is 24

1)

2)

1) y =

3)

x2

4(y

3)2

4)

= 16 are

2) x =

3) y =

4) x =

1)

2)

3)

109. The equation of the chord of contact of tangents from (2, 1) to the hyperbola

1) 9x 8y 72 = 0

2) 9x + 8y + 72 = 0

44

3) 8x 9y 72 = 0

4)

is

4) 8x + 9y + 72 = 0

1)

2)

1) y =

is

3)

36y2

25x2

4)

+ 900 = 0 are

2) y =

3) y =

4) y =

112. The product of the perpendiculars drawn from the point (8, 0) on the hyperbola to its asymptotes is

is

1)

2)

3)

4)

113. The locus of the point of intersection of perpendicular tangents to the hyperbola

is

1) x2 + y2 = 25

2) x2 + y2 = 4

3) x2 + y2 = 3

4) x2 + y2 = 7

114. The eccentricity of the hyperbola with asymptotes x + 2y 5 = 0, 2x y + 5 = 0

1) 3

2)

3)

115. Length of the semi-trasverse axis of the rectangular hyperbola xy = 8 is

1) 2

2) 4

3) 16

116. The asymptotes of the rectangular hyperbola xy = c2 are

1) x = c, y = c

2) x = 0, y = c

3) x = c, y = 0

117. The co-ordinate of the vertices of the rectangular hyperbola xy = 16 are

1) (4, 4), (4, 4)

2) (2, 8), (2, 8)

3) (4, 0), (4, 0)

118. One of the foci of the rectangular hyperbola xy = 18 is

1) (6, 6)

2) (3, 3)

3) (4, 4)

119. The length of the latus rectum of the rectangular hyperbola xy= 32 is

1) 1)

2) 32

3) 8

4) 2

4) 8

4) x = 0, y = 0

4) (8, 0), (8, 0)

4) (5, 5)

4) 16

120. The area of the triangle formed by the tangent at any point on the rectangular hyperbola xy = 72 and

its asymptotes is

1) 36

2) 18

3) 72

4) 144

121. The normal to the rectangular hyperbola xy = 9 at

1)

1.

2.

3.

2)

6.

3) 16

1) 2r

3) r2

2) 2r

4) 21

4)

The velocity v of a particle moving along a straight line when at a distance x from the origin is given

by a + bv2 = x2 where a andb are constants. Then the acceleration is

2)

3)

4)

A spherical snowball is melting in such a way that its volume is decreasing at a rate of 1 cm3 / min.

The rate at which the diameter is decreasing when the diameter is 10 cm is

cm / min

2)

cm / min

3)

cm / min

4)

1) 3

2) 2

3) 1

4) 1

2

The slope of the normal to the curve y = 3x at the point whose x coordinate is 2 is

1)

7.

4)

1)

5.

3)

1) 20

2) 27

The rate of change of area A of a circle of radius r is

1)

4.

2)

3)

4)

The point on the curve y = 2x2 6x 4 at which the tangent is parallel to the x- axis is

1)

2)

3)

45

4)

cm / min

8.

1) 5y + 3x = 2

9.

2) 5y 3x = 2

3) 3x 5y = 2

4) 3x +3y = 2

The equation of the normal to the curve = at the point (3, 1/3) is

1) 3 = 27t 80

2) 5 = 27t 80

1)

3) 3 = 27t + 80

and

4) =

is

2)

3)

4)

11. The angle between the curve y = emx and y = emxfor m> 1 is

1) tan1

2) tan1

3) tan1

4) tan1

12. The parametric equations of the curve x2/3 + y2/3 = a2/3 are

1) x = a sin3 ; y = a cos3

2) x = a cos3 ; y = a sin 3

3

3

3) x = a sin ; y = a cos

4) x = a3cos ; y = a3 sin

2/3

2/3

13. If the normal to the curve x + y = a2/3 makes an angle with the x- axis then the slope of the

normal is

1) cot

2) tan

3) tan

4) cot

14. If the length of the diagonal of a square is increasing at the rate of 0.1 cm /sec. What is the rate of

increase of its area when the side is

1) 1.5 cm2/sec

cm?

2) 3 cm2/sec

3) 3

cm2/sec

4) 0.15 cm2/sec

15. What is the surface area of a sphere when the volume is increasing at the same rate as its radius

1) 1

2)

1)

3) 4

x3

2x2

2)

4)

3)

4)

17. The radius of a cylinder is increasing at the rate of 2 cm /sec and its altitude is decreasing at the rate

of 3 cm /sec. The rate of change of volume when the radius is 3 cm and the altitude is 5 cm is

1) 23

2) 33

3) 43

4) 53

3

18. If y = 6x x and x increases at the rate of 5 units per second, the rate of change of slope when x = 3 is

1) 90 units / sec

2) 90 units / sec

3) 180 units / sec

4) 180 units / sec

19. If the volume of an expanding cube is increasing at the rate of 4 cm3 /sec then the rate of change of

surface area when the volume of the cube is 8 cubic cm is

1) 8 cm2/sec

2) 16 cm2/sec

3) 2 cm2/sec

4) 4 cm2/sec

2

20. The gradient of the tangent to the curve y = 8 + 4x - 2x at the point where the curve cuts the y-axis is

1) 8

2) 4

3) 0

4) 4

21. The angle between the parabolas y2 = x and x2 = y at the origin is

1) 2tan1

2) tan1

3)

4)

22. For the curve x = etcost; y = et sin t the tangent line is parallel to the x-axis when t is equal to

1)

2)

3) 0

4)

23. If the normal makes an angle with positive x-axis then the slope of the curve at the point where the

normal is drawn is

1) cot

2) tan

3) tan

4) cot

24. The value of a so that the curves y = 3ex and y = ex intersect orthogonally is

1) 1

25. If s =

1)

t3

2) 1

4t2

m/sec

3)

4) 3

2) m/sec

3)

46

m/sec

4) m/sec

26. If the velocity of a particle moving along a straight line is directly proportional to the square of its

distance from a fixed point on the line. Then its acceleration is proportional to

1) s

2) s2

3) s3

4) s4

2

27. The Rolles constant for the function y = x on [ 2, 2] is

1)

2) 0

3) 2

4) 2

28. The c of Lagranges Mean Value Theorem for the function f(x) = x2 + 2x 1 ;a = 0, b = 1 is

1) 1

2) 1

3) 0

4)

29. The value of cinRolles Theorem for the function f(x) = cos on [, 3] is

1) 0

2) 2

3)

30. The value c of Lagranges Mean Value Theorem for the function f(x) =

4)

when a = 1and b = 4 is

1)

2)

3)

4)

1) 2

2) 0

3)

4) 1

1)

2) 0

3) log

4)

31.

32.

1) 5

2) 5

3) 3

34. Which of the following function is increasing in (0, )

1) ex

2)

1) ( , 1)

2) (1, 4)

36. The function of f(x) = x2 is decreasing in

1) ( , )

2) (, 0)

is

4) 3

3) x2

4) x 2

3) (4, )

4) everywhere

3) (0, )

4) ( 2, )

1) an increasing function in

2) a decreasing function in

3) increasing in

4) decreasing in

and decreasing in

and increasing in

38. In a given semi circle of diameter 4 cm a rectangle is to be inscribed. The maximum area of the

rectangle is

1) 2

2) 4

3) 8

4) 16

39. The least possible perimeter of a rectangle of area 100 m2 is

1) 10

2) 20

3) 40

4) 60

40. If f(x) = x2 4x + 5 on [0, 3] then the absolute maximum value is

1) 2

2) 3

3) 4

4) 5

41. The curve y = ex is

1) concave upward for x>0

2) concave downward for x>0

3) everywhere concave upward

4) everywhere concave downward

42. Which of the following curves is concave downward?

1) y = x2

2) y = x2

3) y = ex

4) y = x2 + 2x 3

4

43. The point of inflexion of the curve y = x is at

1) x = 0

2) x = 3

3) x = 12

4) nowhere

44. The curve y = ax3 + bx2 + cx + d has a point of inflexion at x = 1 then

1) a + b = 0

2) a + 3b = 0

3) 3a + b = 0

4) 3a + b = 1

47

45. If u =

1)

xy

then

is equal to

yxy1

2) u log x

46. If

3) u log y

4) xyx1

1) 0

2) 1

47. If

then

3) 2

4) 4

3) u

4) u

is equal to

1) u

2) u

1) an asymptote parallel to x-axis

2) an asymptote parallel to y-axis

3) asymptotes parallel to both axes 4) no asymptote

49. If x = rcos ;y = rsin , then

is equal to

1) sec

2) sin

3) cos

4) cosec

50. Identify the true statements in the following

(i) If a curve is symmetrical about the origin, then it is symmetrical about both axes

(ii) If a curve is symmetrical about both the axes, then it is symmetrical about the origin

(iii) A curve f(x, y) = 0 is symmetrical about the line y = x if f(x, y) = f(y, x)

(iv) For the curve f(x, y) = 0, if f(x, y) = f(y, x), then it is symmetrical about the origin

1) (ii), (iii)

2) (i), (iv)

3) (i), (iii)

4) (ii), (iv)

51. If

then

is

1) 0

2) u

3) 2u

4) u1

52. The percentage error in the 11th root of the number 28 is approximately ______ times the percentage

error in 28

1)

2)

3) 11

4) 28

1) only one loop between x = 0 and x = a

2) two loops between x = 0 and x = a

3) two loops between x = a and x = a

4) no loop

54. An asymptote to the curve y2 (a + 2x) = x2 (3a x) is

1) x = 3a

2) x = a/2

3) x = a/2

4) x = 0

2

2

55. In which region the curve y (a + x) = x (3a x) does not lie

1) x> 0

2) 0 <x < 3a

3) x a and x> 3a

4) a<x < 3a

56. If u = y sin x then

is equal to

1) cosx

57. If

2) cosy

then

3) sin x

4) 0

3) 2u

4) u

3) y = x

3) x = 0,x = a

4) x = 0

is equal to

1) 0

2) 1

58. The curve 9y2 = x2 (4 x2) is symmetrical about

1) y-axis

2) x-axis

2

2

59. The curve ay = x (3a x) cuts the y-axis at

1) x = 3a,x = 0

2) x = 0,x = 3a

60. The value of

1)

is

2)

1)

3) 0

4)

3)

4)

is

2) 0

48

1)

is

2)

3)

4)

2) 2

3) log 2

4) log 4

2) 3/16

3) 0

4) 3/8

3) 0

4)

is

1) 0

64. The value of

is

1) 3/16

65. The value of

is

1)

2)

is

1)

2) /2

3) /4

67. The area bounded by the line y = x, the x-axis, the ordinates x =1, x = 2 is

1)

2)

4) 0

3)

4)

68. The area of the region bounded by the graph of y = sin x and y = cosx between x = 0 and x = is

1)

+1

2)

3) 2

4) 2

1) b(a b)

2) 2a(a b)

3) a(a b)

70. The area bounded by the parabola y2 = x and its latus rectum is

1)

2)

4)

about the minor axis is

2) 64

1) 100

4) 2b(a b)

3)

1) 48

+2

3) 32

4) 128

2)

3)

4)

73. The volume generated when the region bounded by y = x, y = 1, x = 0 is rotated about y-axis

1)

2)

3)

4)

about major and minor

1) b2:a2

2) a2:b2

3) a:b

4) b : a

75. The volume generated by rotating the triangle with vertices at (0, 0), (3, 0) and (3, 3) about x-axis is

1) 18

2) 2

3) 36

4) 9

76. The length of the arc of the curve x2/3 + y 2/3 = 4 is

1) 48

2) 24

3) 12

4) 96

77. The surface area of the solid of revolution of the region bounded by y = 2x, x = 0 and x = 2 about xaxis is

1) 8

2) 2

3)

49

4) 4

78. The curved surface area of a sphere of radius 5, intercepted between two parallel planes of distance

2 and 4 from the centre is

1) 20

2) 40

3) 10

4) 30

79. The integrating factor of

1) logx

+ 2 = e4x is

2) x2

3) ex

4) x

1) cot x

2) cot x

81. The integrating factor of dx + xdy = e y sec2ydy is

1) ex

2) e x

82. The integrating factor of

1) ex

3) tan x

4) tan x

3) e y

4) e y

3)

4) e x

is

2) log x

83. Solution of

+ Py = Q, then P =

+ mx = 0, where m< 0 is

1) x = cemy

2) x = ce my

84. y = cx c2 is the general solution of the

1) (y)2 xy + y = 0

2) y = 0

85. The differential equation

3) x = my + c

differential equation

3) y = c

4) x = c

4) (y)2 + xy + y = 0

+ 5y1/3 = x is

2) of order 1 and degree 2

3) of order 1 and degree 6

4) of order 1 and degree 3

86. The differential equation of all non-vertical lines in a plane is

1)

=0

2)

=0

3)

=m

87. The differential equation of all circles with the centre at the origin is

1) xdy + ydx = 0

2) xdy ydx = 0

3) xdx + ydy = 0

88. The integrating factor of the differential equation

1) pdx

2) Q dx

89. The complementary function of (D2 + 1)y = e2x is

1) (Ax + B) ex

2) Acosx + B sin x

4)

=m

4) xdx ydy = 0

+ py = Q

3) eQdx

4) epdx

3) (Ax + B) e2x

4) (Ax + B) ex

3) xe2x

4) e2x

1)

e2x

2) xe2x

1)

=m

2) ydxxdy = 0

3)

=0

4) ydx+xdy = 0

1) 1

2) 2

3) 3

4) 6

where c is a constant is

1) 1

2) 3

3) 2

4) 2

94. The amount present in a radio active element disintegrates at a rate proportional to its amount. The

differential equation corresponding to the above statement is (k is negative)

1)

2)

= kt

3)

= kp

95. The differential equation satisfied by all the straight lines in xy plane is

50

4)

= kt

1)

96. If y =

1)

= a constant

kexthen

2)

=0

3) y +

=0

4)

+y=0

= y

2)

= ky

3)

+ ky = 0

4)

= ex

97. The differential equation obtained by eliminating a and b from y = ae3x + be3x is

1)

+ ay = 0

2)

9y = 0

3)

=0

98. The differential equation formed by eliminating A and B from the relation y =

1) y2 + y1 = 0

2) y2 y1 = 0

3) y2 2y1 + 2y = 0

99. If

+ 9x = 0

(Acosx + B sin x) is

4) y2 2y1 2y = 0

then

1) 2xy + y2 + x2 = c

2) x2 + y2 x + y = c

100. If f (x) = and f (1) = 2 then f (x) is

1) (x

4)

ex

+2)

2) (x

+2)

3) x2 + y2 2xy = c

4) x2 y2 2xy = c

3) (x

4) x(

+2)

+2)

x2dy

+ y(x + y)dx = 0 becomes

1) xdv + (2v + v2)dx = 0

2) vdx + (2x + x2)dv = 0 3) v2dx (x + x2)dv = 0 4) vdv + (2x + x2)dx =

0

102. The integrating factor of the differential equation

- y tan x = cosx is

1) secx

2) cosx

3) etanx

4) cot x

2

2x

103. The P.I. of (3D + D 14)y = 13e is

1) 26xe2x

2) 13xe2x

3) xe2x

4) x2 / 2 e2x

ax

104. The particular integral of the differential equation f(D)y = e where f(D) = (D a) g(D), g(a) 0 is

1) meax

2)

3) g(a) eax

4)

(i) May God bless you

(ii) Rose is a flower (iii) Milk is white

(iv) 1 is a prime

number

1) (i), (ii), (iii)

2) (i), (ii), (iv)

3) (i), (iii), (iv)

4) (ii), (iii), (iv)

106. If a compound statement is made up of three simple statements, then the number of rows in the

truth table is

1) 8

2) 6

3) 4

4) 2

107. If p is T and q is F, then which of the following have the truth value T ?

(i) p q

(ii) ~ p q

(iii) p ~ q

(iv) p ~ q

1) (i), (ii), (iii)

2) (i), (ii), (iv)

3) (i), (iii), (iv)

4) (ii), (iii), (iv)

108. The number of rows in the truth table of ~ [ p (~ q)] is

1) 2

2) 4

3) 6

4) 8

109. The conditional statement pq is equivalent to

1) p q

2) p ~ q

3) ~ p q

4) p q

110. Which of the following is tautology?

1) p q

2) p q

3) p ~ p

4) p ~ p

111. Which of the following is contradiction?

1) p q

2) p q

3) p ~ p

112. p q is equivalent to

1) p q

2) qp

3) (pq) (qp)

113. Which of the following is not a binary operation on R?

1) a * b = ab

2) a * b = a b

114. A monoid becomes a group if it also satisfies the

1) closure axiom

2) associative axiom

115. Which of the following is not a group?

1) (Zn , +n)

2) (Z, +)

51

4) p ~ p

4) (pq)

(qp)

3) a * b =

4) a * b =

3) identity axiom

4) inverse axiom

3) (Z, .)

4) (R, +)

116. In the set of integers with operation * defined by a * b = a + b ab, the value of 3*(4*5) is is

1) 25

2) 15

3) 10

4) 5

117. The order of [7] in (Z9 , +9) is

1) 9

2) 6

3) 3

4)1

118. In the mulplicative group of cube root of unity, the order of w 2 is

1) 4

2) 3

3) 2

4)1

119. The value of [3] +11 ([5] +11 [6]) is

1) [0]

2) [1]

3) [2]

4) [3]

120. In the set of real numbers R, an operation * is defined by a * b =

is

1) 5

2)

3) 25

4) 50

121. Which of the following is correct

1) An element of a group can have more than one inverse.

2) If every element of a group is its own inverse, then the group is abelian.

3) The set of all 2 2 real matrices forms a group under matrix multiplication

4) (a * b) 1 = a1 * b1 for all a, bG

122. The order of i in the mulplicative group of 4th roots of unity is

1) 4

2) 3

3) 2

4)1

123. In the mulplicative group of nth roots of unity, the inverse of k is (k<n)

1) 1/k

2) 1

3) nk

4) n/k

124. In the set of integers under the operation * defined by a * b = a + b 1, the identity element is

1) 0

2) 1

3) a

4) b

125. If

1)

2)

3)

4)

126. If

1) 16

2) 8

3) 4

127. A random variable X has the following probability distribution

X

P(X = x)

1/4

2a

3a

4a

5a

1/4

4) 1

thenP(1 x 4) is

1)

2)

3)

4)

128. A random variable X has the following probability mass function as follows

P(X = x)

then the value of is

1) 1

2) 2

3) 3

4) 4

P(X = 0) =

, P(X = 1) =

1)

2)

3)

4)

X

P(X = x)

2k

2k

3k

k2

2k2

7k2 +

k

52

The value of k is

1)

2)

3)0

4) 1 or

1) 2

2) 4

3) 4

4) 2

132. X is a random variable which takes the values 3, 4 and 12 with probabilities , and

. Then E(X ) is

1) 5

2) 7

3) 6

4) 3

133. Variance of random variable X is 4. Its mean is 2. Then E(X 2) is

1) 2

2) 4

3) 6

4) 8

134. 2 = 20, 2 = 276 for a discrete random variable X . Then the mean of the random variable X is

1) 16

2) 5

3) 2

4) 1

135. Var (4X + 3) is

1) 7

2) 16 Var (X)

3) 19

4) 0

136. In 5 throws of a die, getting 1 or 2 is a success. The mean number of success is

1)

2)

3)

4)

137. The mean of a binomial distribution is 5 and its standard deviation is 2. Then the value of n and p are

1)

2)

3)

4)

138. If the mean and standard deviation of a binomial distribution are 12 and 2 respectively. Then the

value of its parameter p is

1)

2)

3)

4)

139. In 16 throws of a die, getting an even number is considered a success. Then the variance of success is

1) 4

2) 6

3) 2

4) 256

140. A box contains 6 red and 4 white balls, if 3 balls are drawn at random, the probability of getting 2

white balls without replacement, is

1)

2)

3)

4)

141. If 2 cards are drawn from a well shuffled pack of 52 cards, the probability that they are of the same

colours without replacement, is

1)

2)

3)

4)

1) log

2) log k

3) e

4)

143. If a random variable X follows Poisson distribution such that E(X 2) = 30 then the variance of the

distribution is

1) 6

2) 5

3) 30

4) 25

144. The distribution function F(X) of a random variable X is --------1) a decreasing function

2) a non-decreasing function

3) a constant function

4) increasing first and then decreasing

145. For a Poisson distribution with parameter = 0.25 the value of the 2nd moment about the origin is

1) 0.25

2) 0.3125

3) 0.0625

4) 0.025

146. In a Poisson distribution if P(X = 2) = P(X = 3) then the value of its parameter is

1) 6

2) 2

3) 3

4) 0

1) 1

2) 0.5

3) 0

1)

2)

3)

53

is

4) 0.25

then the value of c is

4)

149. If f(x) is a probability distribution function of a normal variateX and X ~ N(, 2) then

is

1) undefined

2) 1

3) 0.5

4)0 0.5

150. The marks scored by 400 students in a mathematics test were normally distributed with mean 65. If

120 students got more marks above 85, the number of students securing marks between 45 and 65

is

1) 120

2) 20

3) 80

4) 160

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(1) APPLICATION OF MATRICES AND DETERMINANTS (17)

EXERCISE 1.1.

(3)

(6)

3 - 3

0 - 1

3 - 3

0 - 1

4

4 and verify the result A ( adj A ) = ( adj A ) A = A . I

1

4

4

1

A 3 = A -1 .

- 1 - 2 - 2

T

1 - 2 is 3 A .

2 - 2 1

(7)

(9)

If A =

2 2 1

1

- 2 1 2 , prove that

3

1 - 2 2

A -1 = AT .

EXERCISE 1.2.

(3)

Solve by matrix inversion method eachof the following system of linear equations:

x + y + z = 9, 2 x + 5 y + 7z = 52, 2x + y - z = 0 .

(4)

Solve by matrix inversion method eachof the following system of linear equations:

2 x - y + z = 7, 3 x + y - 5z = 13, x + y + z = 5 .

EXERCISE 1.4

(4)

x + y + z = 4 ; x - y + z = 2 ; 2x + y - z = 1

(6)

3 x + y - z = 2 ; 2x - y + 2z = 6 ; 2x + y - 2z = -2

(7)

x + 2 y + z = 6 ; 3 x + 3 y - z = 3 ; 2 x + y - 2z = -3

EXERCISE 1.5.

(1)

Examine the consistency of the following system of equations. If it is consistent then solve the same:

(ii) solve : x - 3 y - 8 z = -10 ; 3 x + y - 4 z = 0 ; 2 x + 5 y + 6 z - 13 = 0

1

1 1

2 - 1 3

Example 1.18:

(2) x + y + 2z = 6 ; 3 x + y - z = 2 ; 4 x + 2 y + z = 8

Example 1.21:

Solve :

Example 1.23 :

Example 1.25:

Verify whether the given system of equations is consistent. If it is consistent, solve them:

Example 1.27:

(4)

x + y + 2z = 4 ; 2 x + 2 y + 4 z = 8 ; 3 x + 3 y + 6 z = 12

x + y + 2z = 0 ; 3 x + 2y + z = 0 ; 2 x + y - z = 0

2x - 3y + 7z = 5 , 3 x + y - 3z = 13 , 2 x + 19 y - 47 z = 32

x - y + z = 5 , - x + y - z = -5 , 2x - 2y + 2z = 10

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x + 2 y - 5z = 0 ,

3x + 4 y + 6 z = 0 ,

x+ y+z =0

TEST - 1

1. Prove by vector method that Cos (A B) = Cos A Cos B + Sin A Sin B.

2. Find the vector and cartesian equation of the plane through the point (1, 3, 2) and parallel

x +1 y + 2 z + 3

x- 2

y +1 z + 2

=

=

and

=

=

2

-1

3

1

2

2 .

to the lines

3. Find the vector and cartesian equation of the plane through the points (1, 2, 3) and (2, 3, 1)

perpendicular

to the plane 3x 2y + 4z 5 = 0 .

4. If a = i + j + k , b = 2 i + k , c = 2 i + j + k ,

d = i + j + 2k ,

Verify that ( a x b ) x ( c x d ) = [ a b d ] c [ a b c ] d .

5. Derive the equation of the plane in the intercept form.

TEST 2

6. Prove by vector method that Sin (A B) = Sin A Cos B Cos A Sin B.

7. Find the vector and cartesian equation of the plane containing the line

and parallel to the line

x - 2

y - 2

z -1

=

=

2

3

3

x + 1

y - 1

z + 1

.

=

=

3

2

1

8. Find the vector and cartesian equation of the plane containing the line

x - 2

y - 2

z -1

and passing through the point (1, 1, 1).

=

=

2

3

- 2

9. Show that the lines

x - 2 y -1 - z -1

x -1 y +1 z

and

intersect and find their

=

=

=

=

1

2

1

1

-1

3

point of intersection.

10. Find the vector and cartesian equation of the plane passing through the points with position

3 i + 4 j + 2k , 2i 2 j k and 7i + k .

vectors

TEST 3

11. Prove by vector method that Cos (A + B) = Cos A Cos B Sin A Sin B.

12. Find the vector and cartesian equations of the plane through the point (2, 1, 3) and parallel to

the lines

x - 2 y -1 z - 3

x -1

y +1

z - 2

=

=

and

=

=

.

3

2

-4

2

- 3

2

13. Find the vector and cartesian equations of the plane passing through the points ( 1, 1, 1) and

(1, 1, 1) and perpendicular to the plane x + 2y + 2z = 5.

(a .b)c .

15. Prove by vector method that the Altitudes of a triangle are concurrent.

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TEST 4

16. Prove by vector method that Sin (A + B) = Sin A Cos B + Cos A Sin B.

17. Find the vector and cartesian equation to the plane through the point ( 1, 3, 2) and perpendicular

to

the planes x + 2y + 2z = 5 and 3x + y + 2z = 8.

18. Find the vector and cartesian equations of the plane passing through the points A( 1, 2, 3) and

B( 1, 2, 1)

and is parallel to the line

x - 2

y + 1

z - 1

.

=

=

2

3

4

x -1 y -1 z +1

x - 4

y

z +1

intersect and hence find

=

=

and

=

=

3

-1

0

2

0

3

the point of intersection.

19. Show that the lines

20. Find the vector and cartesian equations of the plane passing through the points (2, 2, 1), (3, 4, 2)

and (7, 0, 6).

TEST 5

21. Find the axis, vertex, focus, directrix, equation of the latus rectum, length of the latus rectum of

the parabola y 2 + 8 x - 6 y + 1 = 0 and hence draw the graph.

22. Find the axis, vertex, focus, directrix, equation of the latus rectum, length of the latus rectum of

the parabola x

23. Find the eccentricity, centre, foci, vertices of the ellipse 16x 2 + 9y2 + 32x - 36y = 92 and draw the

diagram.

24. Find the eccentricity, centre, foci and vertices of the hyperbola 9 x 2 - 16 y 2 - 18 x - 64 y 199

= 0 and draw the diagram.

25) Show that the line x y + 4 = 0 is a tangent to the ellipse x 2 + 3 y 2 = 12 . Find the co-ordinates

of the point of contact.

TEST 6

26. Find the axis, vertex, focus, directrix, equation of the latus rectum, length of the latus rectum of

the parabola x

27. Find the eccentricity, centre, foci, and vertices of the ellipse x 2 + 4 y 2 - 8x - 16 y - 68 = 0 and

draw the diagram.

28. Find the eccentricity, centre, foci and vertices of the hyperbola x - 3 y + 6 x + 6 y + 18 = 0 and

draw the diagram.

2

29. Find the eccentricity, centre, foci and vertices of the hyperbola

30. Find the equation of the hyperbola if its asymptotes are parallel to x + 2y 12 = 0 and x 2y + 8

= 0. (2, 4) is the centre of the hyperbola and it passes through (2, 0).

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TEST 7

31. Find the axis, vertex, focus, directrix, equation of the latus rectum, length of the latus rectum of

the parabola y - 8 x + 6 y + 9 = 0 and hence draw the graph.

2

32. Find the eccentricity, centre, foci, vertices of the ellipse 36 x 2 + 4 y 2 - 72 x + 32 y - 44 = 0. and

draw the diagram.

33. Find the eccentricity, centre, foci and vertices of the hyperbola x - 4 y + 6 x + 16 y - 11 = 0

and draw the diagram.

2

34. Prove that the line 5x + 12y = 9 touches the hyperbola x 2 - 9 y 2 = 9 and find its point of contact.

35. Find the equation of the rectangular hyperbola which has for one of its asymptotes the line x + 2y

5 = 0 and passes through the points (6, 0) and ( 3, 0).

TEST 8

36.The girder of a railway bridge is in the parabolic form with span 100 ft. and the highest point on

the arch is 10ft. above the bridge. Find the height of the bridge at 10ft. to the left or right from the

midpoint of the bridge.

37. An arch is in the form of a semi ellipse whose span is 48 feet wide. The height of the arch is 20

feet. How wide is the arch at a height of 10 feet above the base?

38. A satellite is traveling around the earth in an elliptical orbit having the earth at a focus and of

eccentricity . The shortest distance that the satellite gets to the earth is 400 kms. Find the longest

distance that the satellite gets from the earth.

39. A kho kho player in a practice session while running realizes that the sum of the distances from

the two kho kho poles from him is always 8m. Find the equation of the path traced by him if the

distance between the poles is 6m.

40. A cable of a suspension bridge is in the form of a parabola whose span is 40 mts. The road way is

5 mts below the lowest point of the cable. If an extra support is provided across the cable 30 mts

above the ground level, find the length of the support if the height of the pillars are 55 mts.

TEST 9

41. On lighting a rocket cracker it gets projected in a parabolic path and reaches a maximum height of

4mts when it is 6mts away from the point of projection. Finally it reaches the ground 12mts away

from the starting point. Find the angle of projection.

42. A comet is moving in a parabolic orbit around the sun which is at the focus of a parabola. When

the comet is 80 million kms from the sun. the line segment from the sun to the comet makes an angle

of

p

radians with the axis of the orbit. Find (i) the equation of the comets orbit (ii) how close does

3

the comet come nearer to the sun? (Take the orbit as open rightward).

43. The arch of a bridge is in the shape of a semiellipse having a horizontal span of 40ft and 16ft

high at the centre. How high is the arch, 9ft from the right or left of the centre.

44. The ceiling in a hallway 20ft wide is in the shape of a semi ellipse and 18ft high at the centre. Find

the height of the ceiling 4 feet from either wall if the height of the side walls is 12 ft.

TEST 10

45. Assume that water issuing from the end of a horizontal pipe, 7.5m above the ground, describes a

Parabolic path. The vertex of the parabolic path is at the end of the pipe. At a position 2.5m below the

line of the pipe, the flow of water has curved outward 3m beyond the vertical line through the end of

the pipe. How far beyond this vertical line will the water strike the ground?

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46. A cable of a suspension bridge hangs in the form of a parabola when the load is uniformly

distributed horizontally. The distance between two towers is 1500 ft. the points of support of the cable

on the towers are 200 ft above the road way and the lowest point the cable is 70 ft. above the roadway.

Find the vertical distance to the cable (parallel to the roadway) from a pole whose height is 122 ft.

47. The orbit of the planet mercury around the sun is in elliptical shape with sun at a focus. The semimajor axis is of length 36 million miles and the eccentricity of the orbit is 0.206. Find

(i) how close the mercury gets to sun? (ii) the greatest possible distance between mercury and

sun.

48. A ladder of length 15m moves with its ends always touching the vertical wall and the horizontal

floor. Determine the equation of the locus of a point P on the ladder, which is 6m from the end of the

ladder in contact with the floor.

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TEST 11

1 2

0 - 1

-1

-1 -1

and B = 1 2 verify that ( AB) = B A .

1

1

1. If A =

- 1

0

- 1

c

4. If

- 1 2

A=

,

1 - 4

b

d

: x - y = 2 ; 3y = 3x - 7

6. State and prove reversal law for inverses of matrices.

- 1

- 4 2

-2

3

- 6

- 1

3 1 - 5 - 1

1 - 2 1 - 5

1 5 - 7 2

unknowns: x + y + 2z = 4 ; 2x + 2y + 4z = 8 ; 3x + 3 y + 6z =10

10. Solve by matrix inversion method: x + y = 3 , 2 x + 3 y = 8

TEST 12

1. Construct the truth table for the statement :

2. Construct the truth table for ( p q

3. Show that p q

( pq ) ( ~ q )

( ( ~ p ) q ) ( ( ~ q ) p )

( p (~ q )) ( (~ p ) q ) is tautology or contradiction.

( (~ p ) q ) p

is tautology or contradiction.

6. Show that the cube roots of unity forms a finite abelian group under multiplication.

7. Prove that ( Z , + ) is an infinite abelian group.

8. (i) Prove that identity element of a group is unique. (ii) Prove that inverse element of an element

of a group is unique.

9. State and prove reversal law on inverse of a group.

10. Find the order of each element in the Group of fourth roots of unity under multiplication.

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TEST 13

1 2 3

1. (i) Find the adjoint of the matrix: 0 5 0 (ii) Solve by determinant method:

2 4 3

3 x + 2y = 5 ; x + 3y = 4

6 12 6

1 2 1

4 8 4

1 2 - 2

- 1 3 0

0 - 2 1

1 2

3 - 5

5. Examine the consistency of the system of equations: x + y + z = 7 ; x + 2y + 3z = 18 ; y + 2z = 6

6. Solve by matrix inversion method: 7 x + 3y = -1, 2x + y = 0

2 - 1

7. If A = 5 2 and B =

7 3

- 1 1

verify that ( AB )T = B T AT

4 x + 5 y = 9 ; 8 x + 10 y = 18

9. If A =

and

7 3

5 2

10 For

2 - 1

B=

- 1 1

- 1 2 - 2

A = 4 - 3 4

4 - 4 5

show that A = A -1 .

TEST 14

1. Construct the truth table for the statement :

2. Construct the truth table for ( p q

( pq ) ( ~ q )

3. Show that p q ( p q ) ( q p )

4. Use the truth table to determine whether the statement

tautology.

5. Use the truth table to establish the statement

( (~ p ) q ) ( p ( ~ q ))

is a

( p ( ~ p ) ) ( (~ q ) p ) is tautology or contradiction.

6. Prove that the set of all 4th roots of unity forms an abelian group under multiplication.

7. Show that (R - {0}, .) is an infinite abelian group. Here . denotes usual multiplication.

8. (i) Show that

(a )

-1 -1

= a " a G , a group.

(ii) Find the order of each element in the Group of cube roots of unity under multiplication.

9. State cancellation laws on groups and prove any one of them.

10. Find the order of each element in the Group

(Z 5 - {[0]},

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TEST 1

1. If A = [2

(1) 1

(2) 2

(3) 3

(4) 0

(1)

1

I

k2

1

I

k3

(2)

(3)

1

I

k

(4) kI

0 0 1

1 0 0

1 0 0

(1) 0 1 0

0 0 1

- 1 0 0

0 - 1 0

0 0 1

0 0 1

(2) 0 1 0

- 1 0 0

0 0 1

(3) 0 1 0

1 0 0

(4)

2) AT

3) A

4)

4. (AT ) is equal to

-1

1) A -1

(A )

-1 T

5. If a and b are two unit vectors and q is the angle between them, then ( a + b ) is a unit vector, if

(1) q =

p

3

(2) q =

p

4

(3) q =

p

2

(4) q =

2p

3

(1) 10 3

(2) 6 30

(3)

3

2

30

(4) 3 30

7. If a x ( b x c ) + b x ( c x a ) + c x ( a x b ) = x x y , then

(1) x = 0

(2) y = 0

(3)

x and

y are

parallel

8. If [ a x b , b x c , c x a ] = 64 ; then a , b , c is

(1) 32

(2) 8

(3) 128

(4) 0

3) 3

4) 4

1) 2

2) - 2

62

1) 7

2) - 7

3) 5

4) 6

(1) e9,

p

2

(2) e9,

-p

2

(3) e6,

[e

3- i ( p / 4 ) 3

- 3p

4

are respectively

(4) e9,

- 3p

4

12. If (m 5) + i(n + 4) is the complex conjugate of (2m + 3) + i(3n 2) , then (n, m) are

,-8

2

(1) -

(2) -

1

2

1

,8

2

,8

2

(3) ,-8

(4)

(1)

(2)

(3) 0

(4)

p

3

1) - 3 + i 7

2) 3 - i 7

3) 3 - i 7

4) 3 + i 7

(1) (6t2, 8t)

(1) x =

15

4

(2) x =

15

4

(3) x =

17

4

(4) x =

17

4

(1) (0, 3)

(3) - 6 ,

(2) (2, 4)

, -6

2

(4)

1) (0, 1)

2) (1, 1)

3) (0, 0)

4) (1, 0)

(1) 3

(2) 2

(3) 1

(4) 1

20. The point on the curve y = 2x2 6x 4 at which the tangent is parallel to the x-axis is

5 - 17

2 2

(1) ,

- 5 - 17

,

2

2

(2)

- 5 17

,

2 2

(3)

3 - 17

2 2

(4) ,

21. If the normal to the curve x2/3 + y 2/3 = a 2/3 makes an angle q with the x-axis, then the slope of

the

normal is

(1) cot q

(2) tan q

(3) tan q

(4) cot q

22. Let h be the height of the tank. Then the rate of change of pressure p of the tank with

respect to height is

63

1)

dh

dt

2)

23. If u = x y , then

(1) yx y 1

dp

dt

3)

dh

dp

u

is equal to

x

(2) u log x

p/2

(1)

dp

dh

(4) x yx 1

(3) u log y

(1) an asymptote parallel to x-axis

4)

(4) no asymptotes

sin x - cos x

dx is

1 + sin x cos x

p

2

(2) 0

(3)

p

4

(4) p

sin

x dx is

(1)

3p

16

(2)

3

16

(3) 0

(4)

3p

8

sin

x cos 3 x dx is

(1) p

(2)

(3)

(4) 0

2a

28.

f (x ) dx = 0 if

1) f (2a - x ) = f (x )

2) f (2a - x) = - f (x )

3) f (x) = - f (x )

4) f (- x ) = f (x )

(2) e x

(1) ex

(4) e y

(3) ey

dx

+ 5y1/3 = x is

dy

(1)

dy

=0

dx

(2)

d2y

=0

dx 2

(3)

dy

=m

dx

1) 2, 1

2) 1, 2

(4)

dy

dx

+ 3x

are

dx

dy

3) 1, 2

64

d2y

=m

dx 2

4) 2, 2

(i) May God bless you

(1) p q

(2) p q

(3) p ~ p

(4) p ~ p

35. p q is equivalent to

(1) p q

(2) q

(3) (p q) (q p) (4) (p q) (q p)

i) Chennai is in India or

irrational number

2 is an integer.

irrational number

1) T F T F

2 is an integer

0<x<3

0,

else where

3) F T F T

2 is an

4) T T F T

(1) 1

(2) 1

(3) 1

(4) 1

12

38. X is a discrete random variable which takes the values 0, 1, 2 and P(X = 0) =

= 1 ,

169

2 is an

2) T F F T

kx 2 ,

37. If f(x) =

144 , P(X = 1)

169

(1) 145

(2) 24

169

169

(3) 2

169

(4) 143

169

1 1

5 . Then E(x)

and

3 4

12

is

(1) 5

(2) 7

(3) 6

(4) 3

1) Only a finite number of values

certain given limits

values

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TEST 2

1

1) If A = 2 , then the rank of AAT is

3

(1) 3

(2) 0

(3) 1

(4) 2

- 1 3 2

1 4 5

(2) k = 4

3) k 4

(4) k 4

(3) |A|n 1

(4) |A|

(1) | A|2

(2) |A|n

1) AT B T

2) B T AT

3) AB

4) BA

5) If a and b include an angle 120o and their magnitude are 2 and 3 , then a . b is equal to

(2) 3

(1) 3

(3) 2

3

2

(4) -

(1) a = 2, b = 3, c = 4

(2) a = 4, b = 4, c = 5

(3) a = 4, b = 4, c = 5

(4) a = 2, b = 3, c = 4

(1) 5 3

(2) 10 3

(3)

5 3

2

(4)

3

2

8) If the projection of a on b and projection of b on a are equal, then the angle between a + b and

a b is

(1)

p

2

(2)

p

3

(3)

p

4

(4)

2p

3

1) - 4

2) 8

3) 4

4) 12

1)

5

16

2)

-5

16

3)

66

16

5

4)

- 16

5

1 + x + iy

is

1 + x - iy

(1) x iy

(2) 2x

-1 + i 3

12) The value of

100

-1 - i 3

+

(1) 2

(3) 2iy

(4) x + iy

(3) 1

(4) 1

100

is

(2) 0

13) If a = 3 + i and z = 2 3i, then the points on the Argand diagram representing az, 3az and az are

(1) vertices of a right angled triangle

(4) collinear

3

i are

2

1) 0, 3/2

2) 3/2, 0

3) 2, 3

4) 3, 2

(3) a parabola

(4)

(1) an ellipse

hyperbola

(2) a circle

16) The length of the latus rectum of the parabola whose vertex is (2, 3) and the directrix x = 4 is

(1) 2

(2) 4

(3) 6

(4) 8

(1) -

1

,0

8

,0

8

(2)

(3) 0 ,

(4) 0 , -

1) 2

2) 3

3) 1

(1) 3

(2) 2

(3) 1

20) The equation of the normal to the curve q =

(1) 3 q = 27 t 80

4) 4

(4) 1

1

at the point ( 3, 1/3) is

t

(2) 5 q = 27t 80

(3) 3 q = 27 t + 80

(4) q =

1

t

21) What is the surface area of a sphere, when the volume is increasing at the same rate as its radius?

(1) 1

(2)

1

2p

(3) 4 p

(4)

4p

3

by l = 1 + 0.00005q + 0.0000004q 2 then the rate

100C is

1) 0.00013 m C

2) 0.00023 m C

3) 0.00026 m C

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4) 0.00033 m C

x4 + y4

2

2

x +y

23) If u = sin 1

(1) 0

(2) 1

24) If u =

x +y

1

(1) u

2

2

p/2

(1)

, then x

(3) 2

(4) 4

u

u

+ y

is equal to

y

x

(2) u

(3)

3

u

2

(4) u

cos 5 / 3 x

dx is

cos 5 / 3 x + sin 5 / 3 x

p

2

(2)

p

4

(3) 0

1

30

(3)

1

3

(3) 0

(4) p

x (1 - x)

dx is

(1)

1

12

(2)

1

24

(4)

1

20

(4)

2p

3

p /4

cos 2x dx is

3

(1)

2

3

(2)

1) -

1

n -1

sin n -1 x cos x +

I n-2

n

n

2) sin n -1 x cos x +

1

n

n -1

I n -2

n

3) -

1

n -1

sin n -1 x cos x I n -2

n

n

4) -

1

n -1

sin n -1 x cos x +

In

n

n

(1) cot x

(2) cotx

(1) x = cemy

dy

+ Py = Q, then P =

dx

(3) tan x

(4) tan x

dx

+ mx = 0, where m < 0 is

dy

(2) x = ce my

(3) x = my + c

(4) x = c

31) The differential equation of all circles with centre at the origin is

(1) xdy + ydx = 0

1) 1, 1

2) 1, 2

dy

+ y = x 2 are

dx

3) 2, 1

68

4) 0, 1

33) If a compound statement is made up of three simple statements, then the number of rows in the

truth table is

(1) 8

(2) 6

(3) 4

(4) 2

(3) ~ p q

(4) p q

(1) p q

(2) p ~ q

35) If p is T and q is F, then which of the following have the truth value T?

(i) p q

(ii) ~ p q

(iii) p ~ q

(iv) p ~ q

i. Ooty is in Tamilnadu and 3 + 4 = 8

1) F,T,F,F

2) F,F,F,T

3) T,T,F,F

4) T,F,T,F

1

, - < x < is a p.d.f of a continuous random variable X, then the value

p 16 + x 2

37) If f(x) = A

of A is

(1) 16

(2) 8

(3) 4

(4) 1

38) A random variable X has the following probability mass function as follows:

X

P(X = x)

Then the value of

(1) 1

12

is

(2) 2

(3) 3

(4) 4

Then P(1 x 4 ) is

(1) 10

21

(2) 2

(3) 1

14

(4) 1

2

1) Only a finite number of values

certain given limits

values

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TEST 3

1 - 1 2

1) The rank of the matrix 2 - 2 4 is

2 - 4 8

(1) 1

(2) 2

(3) 3

(4) 4

l -1 0

2) If the rank of the matrix 0

l - 1 is 2, then l is

- 1 0 l

(1) 1

(2) 2

(3) 3

(1) kn (adj I)

(2) k (adj I )

(3) k2 (adj I)

(4) kn 1 (adj I)

3) 0

4) 8

2 - 4

is

-1 2

1) 1

2) 2

5) The shortest distance of the point (2, 10, 1) from the plane r . (3 i j + 4 k ) = 2 26 is

(1) 2 26

(2)

26

(3) 2

(4)

1

26

6) The projection of OP on a unit vector OQ equals thrice the area of parallelogram OPRQ. Then

POQ is

(1) tan 1

10

1

3

(4) sin 1 1

(3) sin 1 3

(2) cos 1

10

7) If a , b , c are a right handed triad of mutually perpendicular vectors of magnitude a, b, c. Then the

value of [ a , b , c ] is

(1) a2 b2 c2

(2) 0

(3)

1

abc

2

(4) abc

8) If a line makes 45o, 60o with positive direction of axes x and y, then the angle it makes with the z

axis is

(1) 30o

(2) 90o

(3) 45o

(4) 60o

1)

p

3

2)

- 2p

3

3)

-p

3

4)

2p

3

1) -15

2) 15

3) 30

70

4) -30

(1) cos

p

p

+ isin

2

2

(1) 2 cos n q

(1)

2 22

- i

13 13

(4) cos

(3) 2 sin n q

(4) 2i cos n q

1

is

xn

(2) 2i sin n q

p

p

isin

2

2

z1

is

z2

(2) -

2 22

+ i

13 13

(3) -

2 23

- i

13 13

(4)

2 22

+ i

13 13

1) 4 - i

2) - 4 + i

3) 4 + i

4) 4 + 4 i

15) The distance between the foci of the ellipse 9x2 + 5y2 = 180 is

(1) 4

(2) 6

(3) 8

(4) 2

16) The locus of foot of perpendicular from the focus to a tangent of the curve 16x2 + 25y2 = 400 is

(1) x2 + y2 = 4

(4) x2 + y2 = 9

17) The equation of the chord of contact of tangents from (2, 1) to the hyperbola

(1) 9x 8y 72 = 0 (2) 9x + 8y + 72 = 0

(3 ) 8x 9y 72 = 0

x 2 y2

= 1 is

16 9

(4) 8x + 9y + 72 = 0

1) (0,0)

2) (5,0)

3) (0,5)

4) (-5,0)

19) If y = 6x x3 and x increases at the rate of 5 units per second, the rate of change of slope, when x

= 3 is

(1) 90 units / sec

(1) 1

(2) 1

a x

e intersect orthogonally is

3

1

(3)

3

(4) 3

21) The c of Lagranges Mean Value Theorem for the function f (x) = x2 + 2x 1; a = 0, b = 1 is

(1) 1

(2) 1

(3) 0

(4) 1

2

22) The curve y = f ( x ) and y = g ( x ) cut orthogonally if at the point of intersection

1) slope of f ( x ) = slope of g ( x )

2) slope of f ( x ) + slope of g ( x ) = 0

3) slope of f ( x ) / slope of g ( x ) = -1

4) [ slope of f ( x ) ] [ slope of g ( x ) ] = -1

71

2u

is equal to

x y

(1) cosx

(2) cosy

(3) sinx

1) f

2) n f

(4) 0

f

f

+y

=

x

y

3) n ( n - 1 ) f

4) n ( n + 1 ) f

25) The surface area of the solid of revolution of the region bounded by y = 2x, x = 0 and x = 2 about

x-axis is

(1) 8 5 p

(2) 2 5 p

(3)

5p

(4) 4 5 p

26) The curved surface are of a sphere of radius 5, intercepted between two parallel planes of distance

2 and 4 from the centre is

(1) 20 p

(2) 40 p

(3) 10 p

(4) 30 p

(3) 12

(4) 96

(1) 48

(2) 24

p 2

n

cos x dx

1)

n n-2 n-4

p

n -1 n - 3 n - 5

2

2)

n -1 n - 3 n - 5

1 p

n n-2 n-4

2 2

3)

n n-2 n-4

3

1

n -1 n - 3 n - 5

2

4)

n -1 n - 3 n - 5

2

1

n n-2 n-4

3

29) The amount present in a radio active element disintegrates at a rate proportional to its amount.

The differential equation corresponding to the above statement is ( k is negative)

(1)

dp k

=

dt p

(2)

dp

= kt

dt

(3)

dp

= kp

dt

(4)

dp

= - kt

dt

30) The differential equation formed by eliminating A and B from the relation y = ex (Acos x + Bsin

x) is

(1) y2 + y1 = 0

(2) y2 y1 = 0

(3) y2 2y1 + 2y = 0

(1) sec x

(4) y2 2y1 2y = 0

dy

y tan x = cos x is

dx

(3) etanx

(2) cos x

(4) cot x

32) The order and degree of the differential equation sin x (dx + dy ) = cos x (dx - dy ) are

1) 1, 1

2) 0, 0

3) 1, 2

4) 2, 1

(3) 6

(4) 8

(1) 2

(2) 4

72

(1) closure axiom

(3) [2]

(4) [3]

(1) [0]

(2) [1]

36) Let p be Kamala is going to school and q be There are twenty students in the class .

Kamala is not going to school or there are twenty students in the class stands for

1) p q

2) p q

4) ~ p q

3) ~ p

37) If the mean and standard deviation of a binomial distribution are 12 and 2 respectively. Then the

Value of its parameter p is

(1) 1

2

(2) 1

3

(3) 2

3

(4) 1

4

38) A box contains 6 red and 4 white balls. If 3 balls are drawn at random, the probability of getting

2 white balls without replacement, is

(1) 1

(2) 18

(3) 4

(4) 3

20

125

25

10

39) In a Poisson distribution, if P(X = 2) = P(X = 3), then the value of its parameter

(1) 6

(2) 2

is

(3) 3

(4) 0

3) 0,1

4) 1,1

40) For a standard normal distribution the mean and variance are

1) m , s 2

2) m , s

---------------

73

TEST 4

- 1

(1) 0

(2) 2

2

3

(4) 5

1

, then (adjA)A =

4

2) If A =

(1) 5

0

(3) 3

0

1

1 0

0 1

5 0

0 - 5

(2)

5 0

0 5

(3)

(4)

(1) k3 det (A)

7 - 1

is

2 1

1) 9

2) 2

3) 1

4) 5

(1) m = 1

(2) a = | m|

(3) a =

1

|m|

(4) a = 1

(1) 2 l

(2)

3l

7) If a + b + c = 0 ; a = 3 ;

(1)

p

6

(3)

(2)

2l

(4) 1

2p

3

(3)

5p

3

(4)

p

2

x - 3 y + 3 2z - 5

and passing through the point (1, 3, 5)

=

=

1

5

3

in vector form is

(1) r = ( i + 5 j + 3 k ) + t ( i + 3 j + 5 k )

(3) r = ( i + 5 j +

(2) r = ( i + 3 j + 5 k ) + t ( i + 5 j + 3 k )

3

k ) + t ( i + 3 j + 5k )

2

(4) r = ( i + 3 j + 5 k ) + t ( i + 5 j +

74

3

k)

2

1)

7

8

2)

3)

66

8

7

66

8

4)

1) 4

2) -4

3) 3

4) 5

11) If the point represented by the complex number iz is rotated about the origin through the angle

p /2 in the counter clockwise direction, then the complex number representing the new position is

(2) iz

(1) iz

12) If zn = cos

(3) z

(4) z

(3) i

(4) i

np

np

+ i sin

, then z1 . z2 . . . z6 is

3

3

(2) 1

(1) 1

(1) first quadrant

14) If

p +iq =

1) 14

2 - 3i

then q is

4 + 2i

2) - 14

3) - 8

4) 8

15) The straight line 2x y + c = 0 is a tangent to the ellipse 4x2 + 8y2 = 32, if c is

(1) 2 3

(2) 6

(4) 4

(3) 36

16) The sum of the distances of any point on the ellipse 4x2 + 9y2 = 36 from ( 5 , 0) and ( 5 , 0) is

(1) 4

(2) 8

(3) 6

(4) 18

(1) y =

(2) x =

8

5

(3) y =

5

8

(4) x =

5

8

1) y 2 = 0

3) x 2 = 0

2) y + 2 = 0

4) x + 2 = 0

19) The angle between the curve y = emx and y = e mx for m > 1 is

2m

1 2m

(2) tan

2

2

m -1

1- m

(1) tan 1

- 2m

2

1 + m

(3) tan 1

2m

2

m + 1

(4) tan 1

20) The gradient of the tangent to the curve y = 8 + 4x 2x2 at the point, where the curve cuts the y

axis is

(1) 8

(2) 4

(3) 0

(4) 4

21) The radius of a cylinder is increasing at the rate of 2cm / sec and its altitude is decreasing at the

rate of 3cm / sec. The rate of change of volume, when the radius is 3 cm and the altitude is 5 cm is

(1) 23 p

(2) 33 p

(3) 43 p

(4) 53 p

75

22) The angular displacement of a fly wheel in radius is given by q = 9t 2 - 2t 3 .The time when the

angular acceleration zero is

1) 2.5 s

2) 3.5 s

3) 1.5 s

4) 4.5 s

(1) x = 3a

(2) x = a/2

(3) x = a/2

(4) x = 0

1) u is continuous 2) u x is continuous

(2)

4) u , u x , u y are continuous

(1) 100 p

3) u y is continuous

100

p

9

(3)

100

p

3

(4)

100

3

x 2 y2

+

= 1 about major and

a 2 b2

minor axes are in the ratio

(1) b2 : a2

(2) a2 : b2

(3) a : b

(4) b : a

27) The volume generated when the region bounded by y = x, y = 1, x = 0 is rotated about y-axis is

(1)

p

4

(2)

p

2

(3)

p

3

(4)

2p

3

-a

2) 2 f (x ) dx

1) 0

3) f (x ) dx

4) - 2 f (x ) dx

2x

(1)

x 2 2x

e

2

30) If f (x) =

(1)

(3) xe 2x

(2) xe2x

(4)

x

e

2

-2x

2

(x x + 2)

3

(2)

3

( x x + 2)

2

(3)

2

(x x + 2)

3

(4) -

3

x( x + 2)

2

31) The particular integral of the differential equation f(D)y = eax , where f (D) = (D a)g(D), g(a)

0 is

(1) meax

(2)

e ax

g (a )

1) 2, 1

2) 1, 2

d2y

dx 2

+x=

y+

(4)

xe ax

g(a )

dy

are

dx

3) 2 , 1/2

4) 2, 2

33) In the set of integers with operation * defined by a * b = a + b ab, the value of 3 * (4*5) is

(1) 25

(2) 15

(3) 10

76

(4) 5

(1) 9

(2) 6

(3) 3

(4)

1

35) Which of the following is not a group?

(1) ( Z n , + n )

(3) ( Z , . )

(2) ( Z , + )

(4) ( R , + )

ii. 1 + 19

iii. Milk is white

1) T T T F

is an irrational number

2) T T T T

3) T F T F

4) F T T T

(3) 19

(4) 0

(3) e l

(4)

37) Var(4X + 3) is

(1) 7

(1) log 1

k

(2) log k

1

k

39) If 2 cards are drawn from a well shuffled pack of 52 cards, the probability that they are of the

same colours without replacement, is

(1) 1

2

40)

(2)

26

51

(3) 25

(4) 25

51

102

1) nq, npq

2) np,

npq

3) np, np

---------------

77

4) np, npq

TEST 4

a b

c b

a c

; D2=

, D3=

, then the value of (x,

p q

d q

p d

y) is

D2 D3

,

D1 D1

(1)

(2) log

D

D2

D

D

, log 3 (3) log 1 , log 1

D1

D1

D3

D2

D

D

(4) log 1 , log 1

D2

D3

and D z = 0, then the system has

(1) unique solution

3) If A and B are any two matrices such that AB = 0 and A is non- singular, then

(1) B = 0

(2) B is singular

(3) B is non-singular

(4) B = A

4) In the homogeneous system r (A ) < the number of unknowns then the system has

1) only trivial solution

4) no solution

(1) ( 3, 4, 5), 49

(2) ( 6, 8, 10), 1

(1) (0, 0, 4)

x +1 y + 2 z + 3

=

=

and

=

=

is

-6

4

-8

2

4

-2

(2) (1, 0, 0)

(3) (0, 2, 0)

(4) (1, 2, 0)

7) The equation of the plane passing through the point (2, 1, 1) and the line of intersection of the

planes r . ( i +3 j k ) = 0 and r . ( j + 2 k ) = 0 is

(1) x + 4y z = 0

(2) x + 9y + 11z = 0

(3) 2x + y z + 5 = 0

(4) 2x y + z = 0

8) r = s i + t j is the equation of

9) If a , b , c are a right handed triad of mutually perpendicular vectors of magnitude a, b, c. Then the

value of [ a , b , c ] is

(1) a2 b2 c2

(2) 0

(3)

78

1

abc

2

(4) abc

1)

3 i + j - k on 4 i - j + 2 k is

2)

-9

21

3)

81

21

4)

21

- 81

21

(2) i

(1) i

12) If

(4) 1

(3) 1

1- i

is a root of the equation ax2 + bx + 1 = 0, where a, b are real, then (a, b) is

1+ i

(2) (1, 1)

(1) (1, 1)

(3) (0, 1)

(4) (1, 0)

(1) 1 + w 2 + w 4 + . . . = w + w 3 + w 5 + . . .

(2) w n = 0

(3) w n = 1

(4) w = w n - 1

1) 8 - i

2) - 8 - i

3) - 8 + i

4) 8 + i

15) The angle between the two tangents drawn from the point ( 4, 4) to y2 = 16x is

(1) 45o

(2) 30o

(3) 60o

(4) 90o

16) The radius of the director circle of the conic 9x2 + 16y2 = 144 is

(1)

(2) 4

(3) 3

(4) 5

17) The equation of the chord of contact of tangents from (2, 1) to the hyperbola

(1) 9x 8y 72 = 0 (2) 9x + 8y + 72 = 0

x 2 y2

= 1 is

16 9

(3 ) 8x 9y 72 = 0

(4) 8x + 9y + 72 = 0

1) x = 1

2) x = 0

3) y = 1

4) y = 0

(1) 20

(3) 16

(2) 27

(4) 21

20) The parametric equations of the curve x2/3 + y2/3 = a2/3 are

(1) x = a sin3 q ; y = a cos3 q

3

4

(1) 2 tan 1

4

3

(2) tan 1

(3)

79

p

2

(4)

p

4

22) The law of the mean can also be put in the form

1) f (a + h) = f (a ) - hf ' (a + qh) 0 < q < 1

2) f (a + h ) = f (a ) + hf ' (a + qh ) 0 < q < 1

3) f (a + h ) = f (a ) + hf ' (a - qh ) 0 < q < 1

4) f (a + h ) = f (a ) - hf ' (a - qh ) 0 < q < 1

23) Identify the true statements in the following:

(i)

If a curve is symmetrical about the origin, then it is symmetrical about both axes.

(ii)

If a curve is symmetrical about both axes, then it is symmetrical about the origin.

(iii)

A curve f(x, y) = 0 is symmetrical about the line y = x if f(x, y) = f(y, x).

(iv)

For the curve f(x, y) = 0, if f(x, y) = f( y, x), then it is symmetrical about the

origin.

(1) (ii), (iii)

(2) (i), (iv)

(3) (i), (iii)

(4) (ii), (iv)

y

x

24) If u = f , then x

u

u

+ y

is equal to

y

x

(1) 0

(2) 1

(1) p b(a b)

(3) 2u

(4) u

x2 y2

+

= 1 and its auxillary circle is

a 2 b2

(2) 2 p a (a b)

(3) p a (a b)

(4) 2 p b(a b)

26) The area bounded by the parabola y2 = x and its latus rectum is

(1)

4

3

(2)

1

6

(3)

2

3

(4)

8

3

27) The area of the region bounded by the graph of y = sin x and y = cos x between x = 0 and x = p /4

is

2 +1

(1)

(2)

2 1

(3) 2 2 2

(4) 2 2 + 2

28) f (x ) dx is

a

1) 2 f (x ) dx

0

2) f (a - x ) dx

a

(1) ex

3) f (b - x ) dx 4) f (a + b - x ) dx

dy

1

2

+

y = 2 is

dx x log x

x

(2) log x

(3)

1

x

(4) e x

(1)

dy

=m

dx

80

(3)

d2y

=0

dx 2

(4) ydx + x dy = 0

31) The complementary function of the differential equation (D2 + 1)y = e2x is

(1) (Ax + B)ex

(Ax + B)e x

(4)

dy d 3 y 2

32) The order and degree of the differential equation

- y + + 3 = 0 are

2

dx dx

dx

d2y

1) 2, 3

2) 3, 3

3) 3, 2

4) 2, 2

(3) p ~ p

(4) p ~ p

(1) p q

(2) p q

(2) a * b = a b (3) a * b =

(1) a * b = ab

ab

(4) a * b =

a 2 + b2

(1) 4

(2) 3

(3) 2

(4) 1

36) If p is true and q is false then which of the following statements is not true ?

1) p q is false 2) p q is true

3) p q is false

4) p q is true

X

P(X = x)

2k

2k

3k

k2

2k2

7k2 + k

The value of k is

(1) 1

(2) 1

10

(4) 1 or 1

(3) 0

10

38) The mean of a binomial distribution is 5 and its standard deviation is 2. Then the value of n and p

are

4

(1) , 25

5

4

(2) 25 ,

1

(3) , 25

1

(4) 25 ,

39) If a random variable X follows Poisson distribution such that E(X2) = 30, then the variance

of the distribution is

(1) 6

(2) 5

(3) 30

(4) 25

1)

1

2p s

1 2

z

2

2)

1

2p

- z2

3)

1

2p

---------------

81

1 2

z

2

4)

1

2p

1 2

z

2

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