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Definite Integration

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DEFINITE has at least one root lying in (a, b), provided
INTEGRATION f is a continuous function in (a, b). Converse
is not true.
Definition NOTE
b
Integration gives you net area positive above
Note   f(x) dx = x-axis and negative below x-axis.
a
Important formula/ Speed Increase
(Value of anti-derivative at b, the upper limit) – / Remember
(Value of anti-derivative at a, the lower limit)
 /2  /2
DEFINITE INTEGRAL AS (a)  sin xdx   cos xdx  1
0 0
THE LIMIT OF A SUM
Note :  /2 / 2

b (b)  sin 2 xdx   cos
2
xdx 
Note : f(x) dx = 4
a 0 0

lim h[f(a) + f(a + h) + ..... + f(a + (n – 1)h]


h 0
 /2  /2
2
(c)  sin 3 xdx   cos
3
xdx 
0 0
3

b 1  /2  /2
3
or a f(x) dx = (b – a) nlim [f(a) + f(a + h) + (d)  sin 4 xdx   cos
4
xdx 
 n 16
0 0
..... + f(a + n – 1) h]
Q. If 2a + 3b + 6c = 0 then the Quadratic
ba Equation ax2 + bx + c = 0 must have a root
where h =  0 as n
n
in (0, 1) is true or not.
 If f(x) is not defined at x = a and x = b, and
b b b
b
Note:  f(t) dt or  f(u) du or of  f(x) dx are
a a a defined in the open interval (a, b) then a f(x)
same dx can be evaluated.
2 x b
Q. Evaluate 0 e dx as the limit of a sum  In  f(x) dx, the function f need to be well-
a

5 defined and continuous in the closed interval


Q. Evaluate 0 (x + 1) dx as the limit
[a, b].
of a sum.
 Geometrical Interpretation
  2 sin x dx = 1
0 of the Definite Integral
3 b

  2 sin x dx = 1 Note :  f(x)dx is numerically equal to the area of


0 a

curvilinear trapezoid bounded by the given


3 curve, the straight lines x = a and x = b and
  2 cos x dx = –1
 the x-axis.
b b
 If f(x) > 0 in (a, b) then  f(x) dx > 0
a In general,  f(x)dx represents an algebraic
a
b
 a f(x) dx < 0 if f(x) < 0 in (a, b) sum of areas of the region bounded by the
b
curve y = f(x), the x-axis and the ordinate x
 If  f(x) dx = 0, then the equation f(x) = 0
a = a and x = b.

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The area above the x-axis are taken positive,
1 1
while those below the x-axis are taken 1 x 1 x
Q. I=  dx , J =  dx
1 x 1 x
negative. 0 0

(A) I + J = 2 (B) I – J = 
EVALUATION OF DEFINITE
 
INTEGRALS BY SUBSTITUTION (C) I = 2 + (D) J = 4 –
2 2

Note that : substitution should be bijective.


1
/ 4
sin x  cos x
dx .
Q. Evaluate  ln x dx
Q. Find the value of integral 
0
3  sin 2x 0

1
sin 1 x
Q. 
0 1  x2
dx Q. In =  xn e–x dx , n  0, n  I
then prove that In = n!
Q. Show that
1
/ 2 dx  x  x2 1
 Q. Evaluate  dx
0 2 2 2 2
a cos x  b sin x 2ab
, (a, b > 0)
0 1 x2


dx
dx
e 2
2
ex Q.  (x  )(  x)
( > )
Q. If I1 =  log x and I2 = 1 x dx, then what is 

5
the relation between I1 and I2. x 2 dx
Q. Evaluate  (x  3)(5  x)
3

2 dx 1/ 2
dx
Q. Evaluate  directly as well as by the
2 4  x2 Q.  (1  2x 2 ) 1  x2
0

substitution x = 1/t. Examine as to why the


answer don't tally  /2
dx
Q. Evaluate  4  5sin x
0

/ 2
Q. Let an =  (1 – sin t)n sin 2t  dt, then find Q. Evaluate the value of the integral
0

2008
n  2 2 1 
an   3x  8028x  (2007)   dx equal
the value of nlim


n 1 n
. 0  2008 

2 1
 1  x
a Q. Evaluate  1  x  x  e x dx
Q. If the value of definite integral 1 x .a [log x] dx , a 1/ 2

where a > 1 and [x] denotes the greatest  /2


cos x
Q. Let I =  dx and
e 1 0
a cos x  bsin x
integer, is , then find the value of 'a'.
2
 /2
Q. Find the true set of values of 'a' for which the sin x
J=  dx , where a > 0 and
0
a cos x  bsin x
0
–2x –x
inequality  (3 – 2 . 3 ) dx  0 is true.
a
b > 0.
Compute the values of I and J.

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IV. If g (x) is the inverse of f (x) and f (x) has
1
domain x  [a, b] where f (a) = c and
1 x
Q. Find the value of  1  x dx . b d
0
f (b) = d then the value of  f(x) dx +  g(y)
a c

/ 2 2
(sin x  cos x) dy = (bd – ac)
Q. Find the value of I =  1  sin 2x
dx.
0
Q. If f : [0, 1]  [e, e e ] f is increasing function
3 / 4
1 1 e e

Q. Find the value of  dx . ex


/ 4
1  cos x then find e
0
dx  2  ln(ln x)dx
e

1 1 1

 1  x   1  x 2007  2008 dx
2008 2007
SOME STANDARD FORMS Q.
0

b  b
I. n 
a  a
n 

lim   f n (x)dx    lim f n (x) dx  PROPERTIES OF
DEFINITE INTEGRALS

1 n
 t Property-I
Q. lim   1   dt
n   n
1 b b

7
 f (x)dx   f (t)dt
e x dx
a a

Q. lim 
n  1  x n i.e., integration is independent of the change
0
of variable.

cos x b a

Q. lim  n
dx Property-II  f(x) dx = –  f(x)dx
n 
0 1   tan 1 x  a b

i.e., if the limits of a definite integral are


b g 1 (b)
interchanged then its value changes by minus
II.  f (x)  d  g(x)    f (x)  g '(x)dx
sign only.
a g 1 (a )

1 Property-III
2
Q.  x d(ln x)
1
b c b

 f(x) dx =  f(x) dx +  f(x) dx, where


a a c
3/2

Q.  tan x d(sin x) dx a < c < b.


1/2

b
d b
GENERALIZATION
III. a dx  f (x)   f (x)a The above property can be generalized into
the following form
b c1 c2
Note: if f(x) is continuous in (a, b). However if f(x)
is discontinuous in (a, b) at x = c  (a, b)
 f(x) dx =  f(x) dx +  f(x) dx + ..... +
a c1
a

b
d c b b
 dx  f (x)   f (x)
a
a
 f (x) c 
 f(x) dx
cn

1
d  1 1  where a < c1 < c2 < c3 ..... < cn–1 < cn < b.
Q.   dx  cot
1
 dx
x  

Q.  |x| dx.
1

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Q. Evaluate  cos x  cos3 x dx  
 / 2 x2 x dx
Q. If P = 
0 1 x 4
dx ; Q = 
0 1  x4
Q. If [x] denotes the greatest integer less than or

equal to x, then find the value of the integral dx
2
and R = 
0 1  x4
then prove that
 x 2 [x]dx .
0


1.5 (a) Q= ,
[x2] dx. [.] denotes the 4
Q. Find the value of 
0
(b) P = R,
greatest integer function. 
(c) P– 2 Q+R= 2 2
Q. If {x} denotes the fractional part of x, then
2

find the value of  {x} dx. Property-IV


0

a
 a
2 f (x)dx , if f (x) is an even function
a f (x)dx   0
t

Q. For any real number x, find the value of  [x]


0  0 , if f (x) is an odd function

dx. [.] denotes the greatest integer function.

REMARK
3
  The graph of an even function is symmetric
Q. Find the value of   x   dx [.] denotes
1  2 about y-axis that is the curve on left side of
the greatest integer function. y-axis is exactly identical to curve on its right
side.
9
Q. Evaluate { 0
x} dx, where {x} denotes the a 0

  f(x) dx =  f(x) dx
fractional part of x. 0 a

In case of an odd function the curve is


100 symmetrical in opposite quadrants.
Q. Find the value of 0 [tan–1 x] dx is equal to
0 a

(where [.] denotes the greatest integer  f(x) dx = –  f(x) dx


a 0
function).
2 2 2
Q. Find the value of  (x[ x ]  [x 2 ]x ) dx , where 2
1
Q.  |1  x
2
| dx
[.] denotes the greatest integer function.
Q. Find the value of the integral
1 1/2
 1 x 
Q. Find the value of  [x  {x}]dx where [.]
2
 cos x log  1  x  dx.
1/2
1
Q. Find the value of
denotes the greatest integer function and {.}
1
denotes the fractional part function.

1
1  x  x 2  1  x  x 2 dx . 
2

Q.  1  2 cos x dx
0

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Q. Prove that the value of  (ax3 + bx + c) dx
2
Q.  | x sin x |dx
1
depends on c.
3 2
 1 x 1 x  1 
Q. 1  tan  tan  dx
Q. Find the value of the integral x2  1 x 
1

 log(x +
1
x 2  1) dx.
Property-V (King Rule)
b b
TRICK

a
f (x) dx = 
a
f (a + b – x)dx
b
ab
 f (x) dx , Substitute x 
a 2
 y for limit

(Special Case of above)


to be  to 
a a

 f(x) dx =  f(a – x) dx.


0 0
11

Q.   x  3 x  7  x  5  x  1  x  9 dx
1
When to be used
1. Denominator remain same / lightly changed.
2. Addition is simple of f(x) + f(a + b – x).
Q. Find the value of
3. In Numerator we have x.
  /2

 {(x + )3 + cos2(x + 3)}dx.


3  /2

 /3 (sin x)dx
1. Evaluate 
/ 6
(sin x)  (cos x)
Q. Find the value of
0

 {x3 + 3x2 + 3x + 3 + (x + 1)cos(x + 1) }dx. 100


n x
2
Q. 
50 n x  n (150  x) dx
2
cos x ex 2x cos 2 x / 2

x2 sec x sin x  x 3 1
Q. If f(x) = , then find dx .
1 2 x  tan x Q. e
0
cos x
1

/ 2
the value of   / 2
(x2 + 1)(f(x) + f ''(x)) dx. 2
sin x  cos x
Q.  1  sin x cos x dx
0

 /4
x 9  3x 5  7x 3  x  1
Q. Evaluate  dx
 / 4
cos 2 x / 2 sin x
Q.  dx
0
Q. If f is an odd function, then evaluate sin x  cos x

a f (sin x)
I=  dx
a f (cos x)  f (sin 2 x)
6 x
Q.  dx
3
9x  x
1/ 2
1/ 2  x  1  2  x  1 2 
Q. Evaluate 1/ 2  x  1    x  1   2 dx
 

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3  /4
x 2 dx x dx
Q. 
2 2x 2  10x  25 Q.  1  cos 2x  sin 2x
0

2
sin 3 x 1 3
x4  2x 
Q.  dx cos 1  dx
0
sin x  cos x Q.  1 x 4 2 
 1 x 
1/ 3

2
sin 2 x
Q.  dx Q. For a > 0, Prove that :
0
sin x  cos x

ln x dx
I=  ax
0
2
 bx  a = 0
2 2
sin x
Q.  1  sin x cos x dx
0

ln x dx
Q. Evaluate:  x 2  2x  4
0

dx
Q. 
0 1  2tan x n
n 1
Q. Prove that  ( 1)k   k  m  1 =
k0 k
/ 4 2
tan x
Q.  dx
1  ex m
 m 1
 / 4
 ( 1)k   k  n  1
k0 k 
3  /8
 4  3sin x 
Q. n   dx 3a 2
 /8  4  3cos x  dx
Q. 
a 2 x  a2  x2
(a > 0)

/ 4 2

Q. 
0
ln (1 + tan x) dx Q.  sin 2 sin  d
0

2
 1  sin 2008 x x
n t
Q.   (2007)x  1  sin 2008 x  cos2008 x dx
 2 
· Q. For x > 0, let f (x) =  1 t
dt. Find the
1

function f (x) + f (1/x) and show that,


f (e) + f (1/e) = 1/2 .
1

Q. 
0
cot–1(1 – x + x2) dx
Q. Prove that :

3 / 4 2 4
x sin x
  f (sin 2x) sin x dx = 2  f (cos 2x) cos x dx
Q.
/ 4 1  sin x dx 0 0

1
ln(1  x)
 /2 Q.  2
dx
x sin x cos x 0 1 x
Q.  sin 4
dx
0 x  cos 4 x

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2
ln x 

 1 x dx
Q.
12
2 Q. 0
sin3 x cos3 x dx

1
log(1  x)  /2  2 
Q. 0 1  x 2 dx . Q. Let u =  cos  sin 2 x  dx
0
 3 

3 / 2  
Q.  
log(sec – tan) d. and v =  0
cos  sin x  dx ,
3 
then find the relation between u and v.
3 2

Q. I=
2
 [2 sin x]dx IMPORTANT RESULT
 /2  /2
 0
log sin x dx = 0
log cos x dx



Q.  cot x  dx =
 /2
log sin 2x dx = log 2
0 0 2

3
Q. Evaluate  0
x log sin x dx

 x x  dx
8 11
Q.
3
 /4

a
Q.   /4
log(sin x + cos x) dx
Q. Find the value of  0
log(cot a + tan x) dx,
 /2

where a (0, /2). Q.  0


x cot x dx

2
  x(sin x) 2n
x sin(2x).sin  cosx  dx , n  N
Q.

2  dx Q.  (sin x) 2n  (cos x) 2n
0 (2x  )
0

1
Property-VI (Queen Rule) sin 1 x
Q. 0 x dx
2a
 0
f(x) dx =
2
2
a
 2 f (x)dx, if f (2a  x)  f (x)
Q.  (2cos x) ln(sin 2x) dx

 0
0

 0, if f (2a  x)  f (x) 

 x  sin (sin x)  cos 2 (cos x)  dx


2
Q.
0
 x
Q.  dx
0 1  cos 2 x

 x  sin(cos x) cos(sin 2 x)  dx
2
Q.
0
2

Q.  cos5 x dx. DEFINITE INTEGRATION


0
OF PERIODIC FUNCTIONS

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Property I Q. Let f be a real, valued function satisfying
nT T f (x) + f (x + 4) = f (x + 2) + f (x + 6).
 0
f (x) dx = n
0
f (x) dx, where T is
x 8

the period of the function and n  I, Prove that 


x
f (t) dt is a constant function
(i.e., f(x + T) = f(x)).
2n
Q. Find the value of  [sin x + cos x]dx.
0
GRAPHICAL METHOD
where [.] denotes the greatest integer
Property II function)
a  nT T
 a
f (x) dx = n 
0
f (x) dx
2000 
dx
Property III Q. 
0 1  esin x
nT T
 mT
f (x) dx = (n – m) 
0
f(x) dx, where T
n  v
is the period of the function and m, n  I
Property IV
Q.  | cos x |dx
0
b n T b
 a n T
f (x) dx = a
f (x) dx, where T is the 
where <v<&nN
2
period of the function and n  I
Q. The value of the definite integral
Q. Find the value of the integral 2n
400   
max . sin x,sin 1 (sin x) dx  equals
 1  cos 2x dx . 0
0
(where n  I)
Q. If n  N, then find t he value of
n(2  4) n(2  4)
n (A) (B)
2 4

0
(x – [x]) dx.
n(2  8) n(2  2)
(C) (D)
100 4 4
Q. Find the value of 
0
e x – [x] dx.
37
 {x}  3sin(2x)  dx
2
Q.
[t ] 19

Q. Find the value of 0


(x – [x]) dx.

Q. f (2 + x) = f (2 – x), f (4 + x) = f (4 – x)
16  /3
2
Q. Evaluate  |sin x| dx
0 then prove that  f (x)dx  5 also find
0

n
Q. Evaluate  4 |sin x + cos x| dx
 /4 50
 f (x)dx
0
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Q. Prove that
LEIBNITZ'S RULE
(i) If f is a continuous function on [a, b] and sin 2 x cos2 x
y= 1/8 sin–1 t dt +  cos–1 t dt,
u(x) and v(x) are differentiable functions of 1/8

x whose values lie in [a, b] then where 0  x/2, is the equation of a straight
d
dx  v(x)
u(x)
f (t)dt  line parallel to the x-axis. Find its equation.

x
dt
= f (v(x))
dv(x)
– f (u(x))
du(x) Q. f(x) =  f 2  t ; f(2) = 61/3
dx dx 0

Find f (9).
(ii) If the function u(x) and v(x) are defined on
[a, b] and differentiable at a point x(a, b)
and f(x, t) is continuous, then x
Q.
x y  2  x
f(x) =  e f '  y  dy  x  x  1 e
d  v(x)  0
  f (x, t) dt 
dx  
 u(x)  Find f (1/2).
v(x)
 d v(x) d
=  f (x, t)dt  f (x, v(x))  (u(x)f (x, u(x))
x dx dx
u(x)

Q. Let f (x) is a derivable function satisfying


x2
dt x
Q. Let G(x) =  1 t
(x > 0). Find G ' (9). t
f (x) =  e sin(x  t) dt and
2
0

g (x) = f '' (x) – f (x).


e3 x
t Find the range of g (x).
Q. f (x) = 
2x  n t dt x > 0. Find derivative
e

of f (x) w.r.t. ln x when x = ln 2 x


 f '  t  2sin t  sin 
2
Q. f(x) = sinx + t dt .
0
 x3 
d  1 
Q. Find the value of dx   log t dt  . State whether true or false.
 x2  (i) f(/6) = 1
(ii) f(0) = 0
x
1
Q. If (x) =  sin(t2) dt, then find the value of
Q. g(1) = 5 ;  g  t  dt  2
1/x
0
'(1).
Q. Prove that x
 2
f(x) = 2   x  t  g  t  dt
tan x cot x 0
t dt dt
 1  t2
+  t (1  t 2 )
=1
f '"(1) + f "(1) = ?
1/e 1/e

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x x
1
Q. If y = a  f (t)·sin a(x  t) dt then prove Q. f  x    f  t  dt . Find f (ln 5).
0 0

d2 y x
that  a 2 y = f (x). f  x   1   f  t  dt . Find f (ln 5).
dx 2 Q.
0
2
x
2 INEQUALITIES
 cos t d t
Q. Limit 0
x0
x sin x Property I
x If at every point x of an interval [a, b] the
t 2
 x e dt inequalities g(x)  f(x)  h(x) are fulfilled,
Limit 0 then
Q. 2
x 0
1  ex b b b
Q. Let f : R  R be a differentiable function  g (x) dx   f (x)dx   h (x) dx, where a
a a a
1
having f(2) = 6, f '(2) = . Then find < b.
48
(a) For a monotonic increasing function in (a, b)
f (x) b
4t 3
lim  dt (b – a) f(a) <  f (x) dx < (b – a) f(b)
x 2 x2 . a
6

(b) For a monotonic decreasing function in (a,b)


2
sec x b
 f (t)dt f(b). (b – a) <  f (x) dx < (b – a) f(a)
2 a
Q. lim
Evaluate : x  .
/4 2
 (c) For a non monotonic function in (a, b)
x2 
16
b
f(c) (b – a) <  f (x) dx < (b – a) f(b)
x a
1 t2
Lim dt = 1
Q. x 0 3  4 (d) In addition to this note that
x 0 t 1 3
b b
<  | f (x)| dx equality holds
1
x  f (x) dx
Q. Lim  (1  tan 2t)1 t dt a a
x 0 x
0 when f (x) lies completely above the x-axis

x 1 1
sin x cos x
Q. Evaluate xLim

x e
0
 t 2 x2
 dt Q. Let I = 
0
x
dx and J = 
0
x
dx .

Then, which one of the following is true ?


x
t2 2

at
dt (A) I >
3
and J > 2
0
Q. If lim  1 . Find a and b.
x 0 bx  sin x

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(B) I < and J < 2 + f(x)  1 for all x greater than or equal to 0.
3
Then values not in Range of f(x) is/are :
2 (A) 1 (B) 2
(C) I < and J > 2
3 (C) 3 (D) 4

2 192x 3
(D) I > and J < 2 Q. f '(x)   x ; f(½) = 0
3
2  sin 4 x

1 x 7 dx 1 1
Q. Prove that 0 < 0 3 
(1  x 8 ) 8 If m   f (x)dx  M . Then possible value
1/2
3
Q. Prove that 4   3  x 3 dx  2 30 of m and M. [JEE Advanced 2015]
1
(A) m = 13, M = 24
1
2
x
Q. The value of the integral  e dx lies in the 1 1
0 (B) m = ,M=
4 2
interval
(C) m = – 11, M = 0
(A) (0, 1) (B) (–1, 0)
(D) m = 1, M = 12
(C) (1, e) (D) none of these
SUMMATION OF SERIES USING DEFINITE
2
sin x INTEGRAL AS THE LIMIT OF A SUM
Q. Prove that : 1<  dx < 
x 2
0
 /3
If f(x) is an integrable function defined on
sin x [a, b], then we define
Q. I1   dx ;
/ 6 x
b

 f (x) dx = lim h[f(a) + f (a + h) + f (a + 2h) + ....


 /3
sin  sin x  h 0
I2   /6 sin x dx ; a

 /3
sin  tan x  ba
I3   dx . + f (a + (n – 1)h)], where h =
 /6 tan x n
Arrange in the decreasing order in which
1 n 1
1 r
values I1 , I 2 , I3 lie :  f  n 
 f (x) dx = nlim
 n
r 0
Q. Prove that 0

1
Note : This formula is very useful in finding the sum-
1 dx  mation of infinite series which are expressible in the
   ;
2 4  x 2  x5 6
0 1   r
form n  f  n  .
 
2
Q. 1  1  sin 3 x dx  1  2  ln(1  2 ) .
2 The following algorithm provided the procedure.
0
ALGORITHM
Step I Obtain the given series
Q. Find the approximat e value of
1  r 
1 Step II Express the series in the form nlim
  n
f   
n
3
(1  x)(1  x ) dx .   
 0

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Step III Replace  by, , by x and by dx.
n n

Step IV Obtain lower and upper limits by computing sin nx
Q. In =  dx , nN
0 sin x
r
lim   for the least and greatest values of r
n  n
  Find I2019, I2018, I1, I2.
respectively. / 2
1  cos 2nx
Step V Evaluate the integral obtained in previous Q. In   dx Prove that I , I
0 1  cos 2x n n+1
step.
The value so obtained is the required sum of and In+2 are in A.P.
the given series.
1
Q. Evaluate the following n 1
Q. If un =  x tan x dx then prove that (n
0
 1 1 1 
(i) nlim 
 n  1

n  2
 ...  
2n
 
 1
+1) un + (n – 1) un–2 = 
 n n  n 2 n
(ii) nlim 
 n 2  12
 2 2
 ...  2 
 n 2 2n 

(1P  2P  ...  n P )  /2
(iii) nlim ,P>0
 n P 1 Q. If un =  x(sin x) n dx , n > 0, then prove that
0

n 1
1 n 1 1
Q. Evaluate S =  as n . un = u n 2  2 .
r 0
2
4n  r 2
n n


Q. Evaluate :
626 e  x sin 25 x dx
1 1 2 4 3 9 1  0
lim  2 sec 2 2  2 sec 2 2  2 sec2 2 ....  sec 2 1 . 
n 
n n n n n n n  Q. x
e sin 23 x dx
0

(n !)1/n
Q. Evaluate : nlim equals Q. If n be a positive integer then,
 n
/ 2 / 2
Prove that  0
sinn x dx = 
0
cosn x dx
1 1  1
 1 
2
Q. Lim n 2 n 
·(11 ·22 ·33.......n n ) n equals
n  n 1 n  3 n  5 3 1 
= . . ... . . , n is even
n n 2 n4 4 2 2
1
(A) (B) n 1 n  3 n  5 4 2
e e = . . ... . .1 , n is odd.
n n2 n4 5 3

1
(C) (D) 4
e Q. Prove
/ 2
sinm x . cosn x dx,
4
e  0

1n
where m, n  I+.
Q. Lim  2n Cn  . When m, n both even
n 

(A) 4 (B) 4/e (m  1)(m  3)...(1 or 2) .(n  1)(n  3)...(1 or 2) 


= . ,
(m  n)(m  n  2)...(1 or 2) 2
4
(C) 4/e2 (D) 1
e otherwise

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(m  1)(m  3)...(1 or 2). (n  1)(n  3)...(1 or 2) 1
 n (1  a 2 x 2 )
= (m  n)(m  n  2)...(1 or 2) Q. 
0 x2 (1  x 2 )
d x (a2 < 1)
2
4 6
Q. Evaluate 
0
x . sin x . cos x dx
1 
Q. Evaluate  x 6 (1  x 2 ) dx sin x
0
Q. If  dx   then
0 x
1
70
(1  x)30 dx . Find 100C I. Match the Column-I with Column-II
Q. I= x
0
30
Column-I Column-II



sin  5x 
 6 15 8
(A)  dx (P) 2
Q. I=  x   x dx , Find 15 ? x
0 C9 I 0

Differentiating and Integrating series



sin 2  x 
(B)  dx (Q) (k1 – k2)
0 x2

 1 1  
Q. Prove that   3n  1  3n  2  = 3
n 0 3

sin 3 x
(C) 0 x dx (R) 
n n
Cr
Q. lim 
n 
r 0
r
n (r  3) 
sin  k1 x  cos  k 2 x 
(D)  dx (S) 
0
x

tan 1 ax  tan 1 x
Q. Evaluate  dx where a
0 x

is a parameter.

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