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Class

Intensive Revision Program

Solution to Worksheet - 14

Topics

Date:

20-12-2016

Multiple choice questions with one or more than one correct alternative/s

5

1. The value of c in Lagranges theorem for the function f(x) = log sin x in the interval ,

6 6

2

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D) none of these

6

2

3

Ans (B)

1

5

5

f log sin lon sin log log 2,

6

2

6

6

f log sin log 2

6

6

1

f (c)

cos x cot x

sin x

5

f f

6

6

By Lagranges mean value theorem, cot c

5

6 6

cot c 0 c

2

5

Thus, c ,

2 6 6

2. If 3(a + 2c) = 4(b + 3d), then the equation ax3 + bx2 + cx + d = 0 will have

(A) no real solution

(B) at least one real root in (1, 0)

(C) at least one real root in (0, 1)

(D) none of these

Ans (B)

ax 4 bx 3 cx 2

Let f (x)

4

3

2

a b c

1

1

f (0) 0, f (1) d (a 2c) (b 3d) 0

4 3 2

4

3

So, according to Rolles theorem, there exists at least one root of f(x) = 0 in ( 1, 0)

2

3. Let f (x) e x and f(0) = 10. If A < f(1) < B can be concluded from the mean value theorem, then the

largest value of (A B) equals

(A) e

(B) 1 e

Ans (B)

(C) e 1

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(D) 1 + e

f (1) f (0)

, for some c (0, 1)

1 0

f (1) f (0)

1

2

2

f (1) 10 ec for some c (0, 1) but 1 ec e 1 in (0, 1)

2

ec

11 < f(1) < 10 + e

A = 11, B = 10 + e

AB=1e

x

4. Let g(x) 2f f (2 x) and f(x) < 0 x (0, 2). Then g(x) increases in

2

1

4

(A) ,2

(B) ,2

(C) (0, 2)

(D)

2

3

4

0,

3

Ans (D)

x

We have g(x) f f (2 x)

2

Given f(x) < 0 x (0, 2)

So, f(x) is decreasing on (0, 2)

x

x

Let 2 x f f (2 x)

2

2

4

Thus, x ,g(x) 0

3

4

4

g(x) decreasing in ,2 and increasing in 0,

3

3

(A) 0,

(B) (0, 1)

(C) ,

(D) None of these

2

2

Ans (D)

f(x) = x100 + sin x 1

f(x) = 10x99 + cos x

2

0,

2

100x99 > 0 and cos x > 0

[ x lies between 0 and 1 radian]

99

f(x) = 100x + cos x > 0

F(x) is increasing on (0, 1)

If x , then

2

100x99 > 100

[ x > 1 x99 > 1]

100x99 > 0

[ cos x 1 100x99 + cos x > 99]

f(x) > 0 f(x) is increasing in ,

2

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1

1

1

1

(A) ,0

(B) , 2

(C) ,2

(D) ,

2

2

2

2

Ans (A)

f(x) = | x | {x} = | x | (x [x]) = | x | x + [x]

1

for x ,0

2

f(x) = x x 1 2x 1

1

Also, for x 0 0 2x 1 1 2x 1 0

2

1

f(x) < 0 f(x) decreases in ,0

2

1

Similarly, we can check for other given options say for x , 2 ,

2

1

( x) x 1, 2 x 0

0 x 1

f (x) x x 0,

x x 1,

1 x 2

1

Here f(x) decreases only in ,0 otherwise f(x) in other intervals is constant.

2

1

1

7. A function g(x) is defined as g(x) f (2x 2 1) f (1 x 2 ) and f(x) is an increasing function, then

4

2

g(x) is increasing in the interval

2 2

(A) (1, 1)

(B) ,0

,

3

3

2 2

(C) ,

(D) none of these

3 3

Ans (B)

g(x) = xf (2x2 1) xf(1 x2) = x(f(2x2 1) f(1 x2))

g(x) > 0

if x > 0, 2x2 1 > 1 x2 (as f is an increasing function)

2

2 2

3x2 > 2 x ,

, x

,

3 3

3

If x < 0, 2x2 1 < 1 x2

2 2

2

3x2 > 2 x ,

x ,0

3 3

3

8. The maximum value of

(A) 1

(log x)

is

x

2

(B)

e

(C) e

Ans (D)

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(D)

1

e

log x

x

dy

1

11 1

2 log x

(1 log x) 0

dx

x

x x x2

dy

0 log x 1 or x e

dx

For x < e log x < 1 and x > e log x > 1

dy

At x = e,

changes sign from positive to negative and hence y is maximum at x = e and its value is

dx

log e

e1 .

e

y

9. If the function f(x) = 2x3 9ax2 + 12a2x + 1, where a = 0, attains its maximum and minimum at p and q,

respectively such that p2 = q, then a equals to

1

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C)

(D) 3

2

Ans (B)

F(x) = 2x3 9ax2 + 12a2x + 1

f(x) = 6x2 18ax + 12a2 and f(x) = 12x 18a

For maximum / minimum, 6x2 18ax + 12a2 = 0

x2 3ax + 2a2 = 0

(x a) (x 2a) = 0

x = a or x = 2a

Now, f(a) = 12a 18a = 6a < 0 and f(2a) = 24a 18a = 6a > 0

f(x) is maximum at x = a and minimum at x = 2a p = a and q = 2a

Given that p2 = q a2 = 2a a(a 2) = 0 a = 2

min{f (t);0 1 x}; 0 x 1

1

3

5

10. If f(x) = 4x3 x2 2x + 1 and g(x)

then g g g has

3 x;

1 x 2

4

4

4

7

9

13

5

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

4

4

4

2

Ans (D)

f(x) = 12x2 2x 2 = 2[6x2 x 1] = 2(3x + 1) (2x 1)

1

f (x), if 0 x 2

1

1

Hence, g(x) f , if x 1

2

2

3 x, if 1 x 2

1

3

5

1 1

5 5

g g g f f g

4

4

4

4 2

4 2

11. The least perimeter of an isosceles triangle in which a circle of radius r can be inscribed is

(A) 4 3r

(B) 2 3r

(C) 6 3r

(D) 8 3r

Ans (C)

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Let BAD = (semi-verticle angle)

In OAE, OA = OE cosec = r cosec , AE = r cot

AD = OA + OD = r (cosec + 1)

In ABD, BD = AD tan = r(cosec + 1) tan

AB = AD sec = r (cosec + 1) sec

Now, the perimeter of the ABC is S = AB + AC + BC = 2AB + 2BD

4r(1 sin ) 2

S = 2r(cosec + 1) (sec + tan ) or S

sin 2

dS 4f[2(1 sin ) cos sin 2 (1 sin ) 2 2cos 2]

d

(sin 2)2

8r(1 sin )[sin 2 cos cos 2 sin cos 2]

(sin 2)2

( AC = AB)

(sin 2)2

2

2

(sin 2)

dS

1

0 sin

( sin 1 as is an acute angle)

d

2

6

dS

Now if is little less and little greater than , then sign of

changes from negative to positive.

6

d

6

4r 1 sin

6

Hence, the least perimeter of the

6 3r

sin

3

12. A wire of length a is cut into two parts which are bent, respectively, in the form of a square and a circle.

The least value of the sum of the areas so formed is

a2

a

(A)

(B) 4

4

a2

a

(C)

(D)

4( 4)

4( 4)

Ans (D)

Given 4x + 2r = a

Where x is side length of the square and r is radius of the circle

1

A x 2 r 2 (a 2r) 2 r 2

16

dA

d2A

a

0 gives r

for which

is positive and hence minimum

dr

2( 4)

dr

a

4a

4x a 2r a

4 4

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a

4

A x2 r2

a2

4( 4)

13. A bell tent consist of a conical portion above a cylindrical portion near the ground. For a given volume

and a circular base of a given radius, the amount of the canvas used is a minimum when the semi-vertical

angle of the cone is

2

2

1

(A) cos 1

(B) sin 1

(C) cos 1

(D) none of these

3

3

3

Ans (A)

Given volume and r

3

3V

h

2

2

V r (h 3H) H r

3

3

3V

h

2

dS

h

2r

Now, let

0 r

0

dh

3

h2 r2

2

r

5

5h 2 4r 2

tan

3

h

2

h r

2

2

cos cos 1

3

3

14. If for a function f(x), f(a) = 0, f(a) = 0, f(a) > 0, then at x = a, f(x) is

(A) minimum

(B) maximum

(C) not an extreme point

(D) extreme point

Ans (C)

It is a fundamental property.

15. If A > 0, B > 0 and A B , then the maximum value of tan A and tan B is

3

1

1

(A)

(B)

(C) 3

(D)

3

3

Ans (B)

Given A + B = 60 B = 60 A

3 tan A

tan B tan(60 A)

1 3 tan A

t

3t

1 3t

3t t 2

1 3t

where t = tan A

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t 3

3t 1

dz

1

0 t

2

dt

3

1 3t

t = tan A = tan 30

The other value is rejected as both A and B are positive acute angles.

1 dz

1 dz

,

= positive and if t

,

= negative.

dt

3

3 dt

1

1

Hence, maximum when t

and maximum value = .

3

3

If t

16. The number of values of k for which the equation x3 3x + k = 0 has two distinct roots lying in the

interval (0, 1) is

(A) three

(B) two

(C) infinitely many

(D) zero

Ans (D)

Let there be a value of k for which x3 3x + k = 0 has two distinct roots between 0 and 1.

Let a, b be two distinct roots of x3 3x + k = 0 lying between 0 and 1 such that a < b. Let

f(x) = x3 3x + k. Then f(a) f(b) = 0. Since between any two roots of a polynomial f(x), there exists at

least one root of its derivative f(x) = 3x2 3 has at least one root between a and b. But f(x) = 0 has two

roots equal to 1 which do not lie between a and b. Hence f(x) = 0 has no real roots lying between 0 and

1 for any value of k.

17. f(x) = 4 tan x tan2 x + tan3 x, x n

(B) is monotonically decreasing

(C) has a point of maxima

(D) has a point of minima

Ans (A)

Here, f(x) = 4 tan x tan2 x tan2 x + tan3 x

f(x) = 4 sec2 x 2 tan x + sec2 x + 3 tan2 x sec2 x

= sec2 x (4 2 tan x + 3 tan2 x)

2

4

3

3

2

1 4 1

3sec 2 x tan x

3 3 9

1 11

3sec 2 x tan x 0, x

3

9

18. Let f(x) = (1 + b2)x2 + 2bx + 1 and let m(b) be the minimum value of f(x). As b varies, the range of m(b)

is

1

1

(A) [0, 1]

(B) 0,

(C) ,1

(D) (0, 1]

2

2

Ans (D)

f(x) = (1 + b2)x2 + 2bx + 1

The graph of f(x) is upward parabola as coefficient of x2 is 1 + b2 > 0.

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D

The range of f(x) is

, , where D is discriminant of f(x).

4a

2

2

4b 4(1 b )

m(b)

4(1 b 2 )

1

m(b)

(0,1]

1 b2

x2

y 2 1 at 3 3 cos ,sin (where 0, ). Then the value of ,

27

2

such that sum of intercepts on axes made by this tangent is minimum, is

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

3

6

8

4

Ans (B)

x2

Equation of the tangent to the ellipse

y 2 1 at

3 3 cos ,sin , 0, is

27

2

3x cos

ysin 1

9

Sum of the intercepts = S 3 3 sec cos ec

dS

For minimum values of S,

0

d

3 3 sec tan cos ec cot 0

3 3 sin cos

2 0

cos 2

sin

3

3 3 sin cos3 0

1

tan

3 3 3

1

tan

tan

6

6

3

3

3

(A) 0 x

(B) x

8

4

8

Ans (B

3 1

We have f (x) sin 4 x cos 4 x cos 4x

4 4

f(x) = sin 4x

(C)

3

5

x

8

8

(D)

5

3

x

8

4

x

4

2

Multiple choice questions with one or more than one correct alternative/s

1 x 2 x , then f(x)

(C) neither increases nor decreases in [0, )

Ans (A), (D)

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(D) increases in (, )

We have

f (x) 2x cot 1 x log

f (x) 2

1 x2 x

1

1

2

1 x

1 x2 x 1 x2

(1 x 2 )

1 2x 2

1

1 2x 2

2

1 x2

1 x2

1 x2 1 x

x2 1 x2

0 for all x

1 x2 1

2

1 x

Hence, f(x) is an increasing function in ( , ) and in particular in (0, ).

1

1

(B) f

f

2000

2001

(D) f(2x 3) > f(2x)

(C) f(x 1) > f(x 2)

Ans (B), (C)

F(x) = x3 x2 + 100x + 2002

f(x) = 3x2 2x + 100 > 0 x R

f(x) is increasing (strictly)

1

1

f

f

2000

2001

Also, f(x 1) > f(x 2) as x 1 > x 2 for x.

x

sin t

dt, x 0 , then

t

0

23. If f (x)

(B) f(x) has a local minima at x = n (n = 2k, k I+)

(C) f(x) has neither maxima nor minima at x = n (n I+)

(D) f(x) has a local maxima at x = n (n = 2k 1, k I+)

Ans (B), (D)

sin x

f (x)

x

sin x

For f(x) = 0,

0 x = n (n I, n 0)

x

x cos x sin x

f (x)

x2

cos n

f (n)

0 if n = 2k 1 and > 0 if n = 2k, k I+.

n

Hence, f(x) has local maxima at x = n, where n = 2k 1 and local minima at x = n, n = 2k,

where k I+.

24. Let f(x) = (x 1)4 (x 2)n, n N. Then f(x) has

(A) a maximum at x = 1 if n is odd

(C) a minimum at x = 1 if n is even

Ans (A), (C), (D)

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(D) a minima at x = 2 if n is even

Graph of f(x)

Read the passage given below and answer questions 25 to 27 by choosing the correct

alternative

Let f(x) = 4x2 4ax + a2 2a + 2 and the global minimum value of f(x) for x [0, 2] is equal to 3.

25. The number of values of a for which the global minimum value equal to 3 for x [0, 2] occurs at the end

point of interval [0, 2] is

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 0

Ans (B)

26. The number of values of a for which the global minimum value equal to 3 for x [0, 2] occurs for the

value of x lying in (0, 2) is

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 0

Ans (D)

27. The values of a for which f(x) is monotonic for x [0, 2] are

(A) a 0 or a 4

(B) 0 a 4

(C) a > 0

Ans (A)

Solution to passage questions

2

a

Case 1: 0 2

2

a

In this case, f(x) will attain the minimum value at x .

2

a

Thus, f 3 .

2

1

3 2a 2 a (Rejected) .

2

a

2

2

In this, f(x) attains the global minimum value at x = 2.

Thus, f(2) = 3

3 = 16 8a + a2 2a + 2 a = 5 10 .

Case 2:

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10

Thus, a 5 10 .

a

0

2

In this case, f(x) attains the global minimum value at x = 0. Thus f(0) = 3

Convert the following graph

Case 3:

3 = a2 2a + 2 a = 1 2 . Thus, a 1 2 .

Hence, the permissible values of a are 1 2 and 5 10 .

F(x) = 4x2 49x + a2 2a + 2 is monotonic in [0, 2].

Hence, the point of minima of function should not lie in [0, 2].

a

a

Now f(x) = 0 8x 4a = 0 x . If [0, 2]

2

2

a [0, 4]

For f(x) to be monotonic in [0, 2], a [0, 4] a 0 or a 4.

Numerical Problems

28. If m is the minimum value of f(x, y) = x2 4x + y2 + 6y when x and y are subjected to the restrictions

0 x 1 and 0 y 1, then the value of | m | is

Ans 3

We have f(x, y) = x2 + y2 4x + 6y

Let (x, y) = (cos , sin ), then 0, and

2

f(x, y) = f() = cos2 + sin2 4 cos + 6 sin

f() = 6 cos + 4 sin > 0 0,

2

f() is strictly increasing in 0,

2

f()min = f(0) = 1 4 + 0 = 3

29. Number of integral values of b for which the equation

x3

x b has 3 distinct solution is

3

Ans 1

x3

x b;

3

f(x) = x2 1 = 0

x = 1 or 1

for three distinct roots f(x1) f(x2) < 0 where x1 and x2 are the roots of f(x) = 0

f (x)

1

1

1 b 1 b 0

3

3

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11

2

2

b b 0

3

3

2 2

b ,

3 3

x 3/5

30. Let f (x)

3

(x 2)

if x 1

, then the number of critical points on the graph of the function is

if x 1

Ans 3

A, B, C are the 3 critical points of y = f(x)

At A, it is non-differentiable

dy

At C,

0

dx

DPP (Single Correct Answer)

(A) K < 1

Ans (D)

K sin x 2cos x

is strictly increasing for all values of x, then

sin x cos x

(B) K > 1

(C) K < 2

(D) K > 2

K sin x 2cos x

is increasing for all x, therefore f(x) > 0 for all x

sin x cos x

K2

0 for all x

(sin x cos x)2

Since f (x)

K2>0K>2

32. The function xx decreases in the interval

(A) (0, e)

(B) (0, 1)

1

(C) 0,

e

(C) (1, )

(D) (1/e, )

Ans (C)

f(x) = xx [1 + log x] = xx log (ex)

f(x) < 0

log(ex) < 0

0 < ex < 1

0 < x < 1/e

33. f(x) = |x loge x| monotonically decreases in

(A) (0, 1/e)

(B) (1/e, 1)

Ans (B)

f(x) = |x loge x|

For g(x) = x loge x,

1

g(x) x log e x 1 log e x

x

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1

g(x) increases for , and decreases for

e

Graph of y = g(x) = x logex

1

0, .

e

Graph of y = f(x) = |x logex|

1

From the graph, f(x) = |x loge x| decreases in ,1

e

2

(A) 227

(B) 2

(C) 1

Ans (C)

Then given expression is minimum when

y = (x2 3)3 + 27 is minimum, which is so when x = 0

Hence, ymin. = 0

2

3

Min. Value of 2( x 3) 27 is 2 = 1.

35. The maximum slope of the curve y = x3 + 3x2 + 9x 27 is

(A) 0

(B) 12

(C) 16

Ans (B)

y = x3 + 3x2 + 9x 27

dy

3x 2 6x 9

dx

Let the slope of tangent to the curve at any point be m (say)

dm

m = 3x2 + 6x + 9

6x 6

dx

d2m

6 0 for all x

dx 2

dm

Therefore, m is maximum when

0, i.e., when x = 1

dx

Therefore, maximum slope = 3 + 6 + 9 = 12.

36. The least natural number a for which x + ax2 > 2, (0, ) is

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 5

Ans (B)

Let f(x) = x + ax2 2

f(x) = 1 2ax3 = 0 x = (2a)1/3

Also f(x) = 6ax4 f((2a)1/3) > 0

x = (2a)1/3 is the point of minima.

For x + ax2 2 > 0 x we must have f((2a)1/3) > 0

(2a)1/3 + a(2a)2/3 2 > 0

2a + a 2(2a)2/3 > 0

3a > 2 (2a)2/3

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13

(D) 32

a > 32/27

Hence, the least value of a is 2.

1

37. The value of a for which the function f (x) a sin x sin 3x has an extremum at x x is

3

3

(A) 1

(B) 1

(C) 0

(D) 2

Ans (D)

3

3

1

Now, f (x) a sin x sin 3x

3

f(x) = a cos x + cos 3x

f 0

3

a cos cos 0

3

a=2

38. The volume of the greatest cylinder which can be inscribed in a cone of height 30 cm and semi-vertical

angle 30 is

(A) 4000

cubic cm

(B) 400

cubic cm

3

3

(C) 4000

cubic cm

(D) none of these

3

Ans (A)

r

30 h

30 tan 30

30

h 30 3r

dV

20

Now, let

0 (60r 3 3r 2 ) 0 r

dr

3

2

20

400

20

Hence, Vmax

30 3

3 10

3

3

4000

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(A)

(B)

(C)

(D) none of these

4

6

3

Ans (C)

b cos = a b cos + b = 4 or b

4

1 cos

4cos

1 cos

1

area ba sin

2

1

4

4cos

4sin 2

sin

2 1 cos 1 cos

(1 cos ) 2

a

d

2cos 2(1 cos ) 2 2sin 2(1 cos )sin

4

d

(1 cos ) 4

d

d

or cos 2 + cos = 0 or cos 2 = cos = cos ( )

or

3

3

40. A box, constructed from a rectangular metal sheet, is 21 cm by 16 cm by cutting equal squares of sides x

from the corners of the sheet and then turning up the projected portions. The value of x so that volume of

the box is maximum is

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 4

Ans (C)

The dimensions of the box after cutting equal squares of side x on the corner will be

21 2x, 16 2x and height x.

V = x(21 2x) (16 2x)

= x(336 74x + 4x2)

dV

or V = 4x3 + 336x 74x2

= 12x2 + 336 148x

dx

dV

d2V

is ve and hence maximum.

dx

dx 2

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