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Chapter # 1

Sets and Numbers

Fill in the blanks.

1. When AB=A then .

AB

2. If x AB, then x A x B.

and

and

{1}

Empty

x >z

10. i3 is equal to .

-2+3i

2n

Associative property

-3i

Additive identity

-a-ib

19. The set of rational numbers between 3 and 7 is .

Infinite

Singleton

complex number

-i/3

(0,1)

1. If AB=A, then AB.

(True)

(False)

(True)

5. If A = {1, 3, 5}, then 1 A.

(True)

(False)

(True)

(True)

(True)

10. If a set S contains 4 elements, then P(S) will contain 16.

(True)

(False)

(True)

a

b

, 2

).

2

a b a b2

2

(False)

(True)

(False)

(True)

(False)

(False)

(True)

(False)

21. If Z1 and Z2 are two complex numbers, then |Z1.Z2| < |Z1|.|Z2|

Z1

Z1

.

Z2

Z2

(False)

(True)

(False)

(False)

25. For two non-empty sets A and B, A B A B .

(True)

Matching of Columns

Find the correct result of column-I from column-II and write the

solution in column-III.

Column-I

1. A B

Column-II

13

Column-III

A B = A B

2. A B

2-3i

A B = A B

3. A is the subset of

AB

4. A is the superset of

AUB

A is the superset of AB

5. Conjugate of 2+3i is

A B

6. Modulus of 2+3i is

A B

Modulus of 2+3i is

End of chapter # 1

13

Chapter # 2

Matrices and Determinants.

Fill in the blanks.

1.

2.

5

0

3.

0

11

2

If

12

is a . Matrix.

6

8

Diagonal

8/3

4.

5.

6.

7.

B-1A-1

8.

9.

x

is

y

b and

Multiplicative inverse

ax+by

of A is .

non-zero

10.

mn

11.

then A is called..Matrix.

12.

13.

Rectangular

then A is called.Matrix.

Square

mn

14.

15.

16.

2

0

17.

0

2

is called matrix.

Symmetric

Scalar

mn

The value of

1

4

0

2

5

0

3

6

0

is

Zero

19.

The value of

1

4

1

2

5

2

3

6

3

is ..

Zero

20.

The matrix 0

0

18.

0

0

0

0

0

is called .. Matrix.

Null

1. The order of the Matrix 1 3

2

2. The matrix

0

0

7

8 is 41.

(False)

(False)

(True)

(False)

6. The determinant of identity matrix is Zero.

(False)

1

7. The matrix

0

0

1

(True)

(True)

(True)

(False)

11. If A and B are two non-Singular Square matrices then (AB)-1 = B-1.A-1. (True)

12. A matrix is called rectangular matrix if the number of rows and

columns are equal.

(False)

columns are equal.

(True)

(True)

(False)

will be 32.

17. If A and B are two matrices then (AB) t = Bt.At.

(False)

(True)

1

4

1

19. 3 3

4

0

0

0

3

3

2 = 3

4

7

3

0

0

0

0

0

9

0

0

(False)

9

2

(False)

will be Zero.

(True)

Matching of Columns

Find the correct result of column-I from column-II and write the

solution in column-III.

Column-I

1.

2.

2

0

5

0

2

0

0

2

Column-II

1 1

3

4

5

7

5

0

0

3

2

0

0

2

0

0

is called

5

7

2

is

4

1

3

2

4

Transpose of

3

2

, then B is

4

1

2

3

4

If B=

2

3

Diagonal Matrix

5.

2 1 2

3

4

3. Transpose of

3

1

3

Scalar Matrix

4. If B=

2

0

is called

3

0

0

Column-III

1

3

1

2

2

4

is

2

3

4

2

1

, then B is

4

3

1 1

1 2

2

3

2

4

End of Chapter # 2

Chapter # 3

Groups

Fill in the blanks.

1. The set S = {1, -1} is closed with respect to.. binary operation.

One

One

Associative

Abelian

1. The set S = {1, -1} is closed with respect to addition.

(False)

(True)

(False)

(True)

10

5. To each element in a group there corresponds two inverse elements.

(False)

(True)

(True)

(True)

(False)

group under multiplication.

(True)

(False)

(True)

13. The set Z of all integers forms a group under the binary

operation .

(False)

14. The set N of all natural numbers is closed under the binary

Operation +.

15. The set of Cube roots of unity forms a group under .

(False)

(True)

11

Matching of Columns

Find the correct result of column-I from column-II and write the

solution in column-III.

Column-I

Column-II

Identity

Column-III

The law a(bc)=(ab)c is called

Associative law

Inverses

Commutative law.

Associative law

under .

Commutative law

under +.

are inverses.

6. If ae = ea = a, then e is called

Identity.

End of Chapter # 3

12

Chapter # 4

Equations

Fill in the blanks.

1. An algebraic equation of the form ax2+bx+c = 0 when a 0, is

called ..equation.

Quadratic

b b 2 4ac

2a

-b/a

c/a

will be .

will be

will be ..

Equal

the roots will be

Rational

square then the roots will be..

10. An Algebric Expression having one term is called

Irrational

Monomial

13

11. An Algebric Expression having two terms is called..

Binomial

Trinomial

will be..

-4

One

Two

Zero

One

Zero

Zero

will be.

x2 5x + 6 = 0

b2-4ac = 0

b2 4ac > 0

b2 4ac < 0

-8

14

root will be..

2+3i

1. If P (x) = 2x3 +1, then P (1) =3.

(True)

(True)

(False)

(True)

5. If 4x = 1, then x = 0.

(True)

(False)

(False)

then the roots are equal.

(True)

9. 2 + 2 = ( + )2 - 2.

(True)

10. For the Quadratic equation ax2 +bx + c = 0, sum of roots is +b/a.

(False)

(True)

(True)

15

13. For the equation x2 6 = 0, product of roots is +6.

(False)

(True)

15. If 3 = 1, then 10 = 2.

(False)

(False)

(False)

(True)

(True)

(True)

(False)

(False)

(True)

24. If one root of a Quadratic equation is 2 3i, then the other root is 2 + 3i.

(True)

(False)

16

Matching of Columns

Find the correct result of column-I from column-II and write the

solution in column-III.

Column-I

1.

Column-II

Real

Column-III

If P (x)=3x2+2x+1, then

P (1) is 6

2.

Imaginary

of roots is

3.

of roots is 2

Equal

roots is b/a

4.

If 3=1, then 5 = .

If 3=1, then 5 = 2

5.

6.

will be equal.

7.

will be real.

8.

-b/a

will be imaginary.

End of Chapter # 4

17

Chapter #5

Sequence and Series

Fill in the blanks.

1.

10

2.

Set of Natural

numbers

3.

4.

-1

5.

6.

7.

8.

n( n 1)

2`

9.

Zero

10.

na

11.

12.

16

13.

an=a1+(n-1) d

14.

a rn-1

15.

32

ab

18

16.

r<1

17.

r>1

18.

Undefined

19.

20.

1/4

21.

8/3

22.

2ab

ab

23.

AH

24.

1

a ( n 1)d

25.

3/2

26.

the common difference will be..

1. The Sequence 1, 2, 3, 4, .. is called Geometric Sequence.

2. The domain of Sequence function is the set of integers.

(False)

(False)

4. The 5th term of the sequence 1, 2, 4, is 16.

(True)

(True)

19

5. The sum of the series 1+2+3+.to n terms is (

n( n 1)

).

2`

(True)

7. The sum of the series 1+1+1+1+1+. Up to n terms is n.

(True)

(True)

(False)

(False)

(True)

(True)

(False)

(False)

(True)

17. The Harmonic Mean between a and b is (

(True)

2ab

).

ab

(True)

19. The reciprocal of is 2.

20. The reciprocal of 1/2 is 2.

(False)

(True)

(False)

20

Matching of Columns

Find the correct result of column-I from column-II and write the

solution in column-III.

Column-I

1. Next term of the sequence

Column-II

12/5

2, 4, 6 is

2. Next term of the sequence

2,4,6 is 8.

2,4,8 is

3. The General term of A.P. is

Column-III

2, 4, 8 is 16.

is a + (n-1) d

is a rn-1

16

a rn-1

a + (n-1) d

End of Chapter # 5

21

Chapter #6

Permutations and Combinations

Fill in the blanks.

1.

The expansion of n! is

n(n-1)(n-2)..3.2.1

2.

3.

3.2.1

4.

5.

n!

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

k+1

11.

n+1

12.

13.

14.

Pr =

Pn = .

P0 = ..

15.

n!

r!( n r )!

Cr = .

C0 = ..

Cn =..

C1 =

k+1

Cr + nCr-1 = .

C4 + 6C3 = xC4, then x =

then P (A) =

If A (Event) is the subset of S (Sample Set) and A = {},

n!

)

( n r )!

Cr

10

n( A)

n( S )

22

then P (A)=.

16.

Zero

then P (A) =..

One

17.

18.

number is.

19.

1/2

number is

20.

1/2

divisible by 2 is

1/2

1. Zero Factorial is equal to Zero.

(False)

2.

(True)

3.

(False)

4.

(True)

5.

(False)

6.

7.

8.

9.

Pn = n!.

P0 = 0

Cn = 1.

C0 = 0.

n!

Pr = (n r )!

(True)

n!

Cr = r! ( n r )! .

Cr + nCr-1 =

Cr = nCn-r.

n+1

(True)

Cr

(True)

(True)

23

10. If nP1 = 7, then the value of n is 2.

(False)

n( S )

then P(A) = n( A)

(False)

then P(AUB) = P(A) + P(B).

(True)

then P(A) = 3/5.

(True)

(False)

(True)

Matching of Columns

Find the correct result of column-I from column-II and write the

solution in column-III.

Column-I

1. 0! =..

Column-II

Column-III

0! = 1

2.

n!

3.

Pn = ..

C1 =

Pn = n!

C1 = n

P (A) is 2/3

5. S={1,2,3,4}, B={1,2,3}, then P (B) is

2/3

P (B) is

24

End of Chapter # 6

Chapter # 7

Principal of Mathematical Induction and Binomial Theorem

Fill in the blanks.

1.

Binomial

2.

3.

4.

5th

5.

and end are

Same

6.

n( n 1)

2

7.

n( n 1)

8.

n an-1.b

9.

15

10.

11.

C2

Cr an-r . br

12.

bn

13.

25

expansion of (1+x)n are..

14.

Infinite

expansion of (1+x)n are..

Infinite

15.

n(n 1)(2n 1)

6

16.

then (1+x)n =

1+nx

17.

2n

18.

of (1+x)n is.

19.

20.

2n-1

n( n 1) 2

x

2!

then (1+x)n = .

1+nx+

a2+2ab+b2

1. A polynomial having three terms is called binomial.

(False)

(False)

(True)

and end are same.

5. The sum of 1st n Natural numbers is n.

(True)

(False)

26

6. The sum of the square of 1st n Natural numbers is n2.

n( n 1)

7. The sum of the cube of 1 n Natural numbers is

st

(False)

2

(True)

(True)

(True)

(a+b) n is n.

11. The last term in the expansion of (x+y) n is x yn.

(True)

(False)

(1+x) 6 = 1+6x.

(True)

(False)

(True)

and 4th term.

(True)

27

Matching of Columns

Find the correct result of column-I from column-II and write the

solution in column-III.

Column-I

Column-II

of (x+y)11 is

2n

in the expansion of (a+b)14 is

of (x+y)11 is 12.

The co-efficient of the last term

(a+b)n, the sum of exponents

12

of a and b is

of a and b is n

The sum of co-efficient in the

expansion of (1+x)n is

expansion of (1+x)n is

Column-III

expansion of (1+x)n is 2n

The sum of Odd co-efficient in the

2n

End of Chapter # 7

28

Chapter#8

Fundamentals of Trigonometry

Fill in the blanks.

1.

30 degree = ..radians

/6

2.

2 radians =.degree

360

3.

angle of the arc is..radian.

One

4.

1 radian = degree

180/

5.

1 degree =..radians.

/180

6.

1 degree = .minutes

60

7.

1 minute = . Seconds.

60

8.

2 radians

9.

1st

10.

Sin will be..

+ve

11.

3/2

12.

2nd

13.

If Sin <0 and Cos >0, then the terminal side lies in

The .Quadrant.

14.

4th

29

The ..Quadrant.

15.

The..quadrant.

16.

3rd

2nd

If Cosec and Sec are both +ve, then the terminal side

lies inQuadrant.

1st

17.

Y-axis

18.

-Ve

19.

+Ve

20.

21.

22.

23.

24.

-Ve

1. If the arc length = Radius of the circle, then = 1 unit.

(False)

(True)

3. = 1800 degree.

(False)

4. Radian = 1800.

(True)

(True)

(True)

7. 60 degree = /4 radians.

(False)

30

8. 1 minute = 60 Seconds.

(True)

9. 1 degree = 60 Minutes.

(True)

(False)

(True)

then Sin will be ve.

(False)

then Sin and Cos will be ve.

(True)

lies in the 3rd Quadrant.

(False)

lies in the 3rd Quadrant.

(True)

(False)

(False)

18. If = , then the terminal side lies along the ve side of x-axis.

(True)

19. In the 3rd Quadrant, the values of x and y are both ve.

(True)

(False)

(True)

(True)

31

Find the correct result of column-I from column-II and write the

solution in column-III.

Column-I

Column-II

Column-III

-ve

+ve

3cm

lies in 2nd Quad

R () lies in

4. If <<3/2, then terminal side

4cm

of lies in

lies in 3rd Quad

2nd Quad

3rd Quad

End of Chapter # 8

32

Chapter # 9

Trigonometric Identities

Fill in the blanks.

1. Sin2 + Cos2 = ..

2. 1 - Sin2 = ..

Cos2

3. 1 Cos2 =

Sin2

4. 1 + Tan2 = ..

Sec2

5. 1 + Cot2 =

Cosec2

Sin (+)

7. Sin (-) = .

Cos ( - )

9. Cos.Cos - Sin.Sin = ..

Cos ( + )

- Sin

Cos

-Tan

-Cot

Sec

-Cosce

33

16. Sin (2)=

2Sin.Cos

17. Sin = ..

2Sin/2.Cos/2

Cos2

19. 1 Cos2 = ..

2Sin2

20. 1 + Cos2 = ..

2Cos2

21. 1 2Sin2 = ..

Cos2

22. 2Cos2 - 1 = ..

Cos2

23. 1 + Cos =

2Cos2/2

24. 1 - Cos =

2Sin2/2

25.

1 Cos

=.

1 Cos

Tan

26.

1 Cos

=.

2

Sin

27.

1 Cos

=..

2

Cos

2Sin.Cos

2Cos.Sin

2Cos.Cos

-2Sin.Sin

2 Sin

2Cos

.Cos

2

2

.Sin

2

2

34

.Cos

2

2

2Cos

2 Sin

1. SinCos + CosSin = Sin (-).

(False)

(True)

3. 1-Sin2 = Cos2.

(True)

(False)

(True)

(False)

(True)

(True)

9. Sin2 = 2Sin.Cos.

(True)

(True)

11. Sin2+Cos2 = 0.

(False)

(False)

(False)

(True)

(False)

(True)

.Sin

2

2

35

17. Sin ( +) = -Cos.

(False)

18.

1 Cos

= Tan .

2

1 Cos

(True)

19.

1 Cos

= Cos

.

2

2

(False)

20.

1 Cos

= Sin .

2

2

(False)

(True)

(False)

(True)

(False)

.Cos

.

2

2

(True)

.Sin

.

2

2

.Cos

.

2

2

.Sin

.

2

2

(False)

(True)

(False)

(False)

(True).

36

Find the correct result of column-I from column-II and write the

solution in column-III.

Column-I

Column-II

Column-III

2Cos2

2Sin2

is -Sin

Sin

-Sin

5. 1-Cos2 =.

2SinCos

1-Cos2 = 2Sin2

6. 1+Cos2 =

2CosSin

1+Cos2 = 2Cos2

End of Chapter # 9

37

Chapter#10

Trigonometric Functions

Fill in the blanks.

1. Domain of Sine is..

[-1,1]

4. Domain of Cosine is

[-1,1]

7. Domain of Secant is

R-{x | x =(2k+1)/2, k Z}

R- (-1,1)

.R-{x | x = k , k Z}

R- (-1,1)

R-{x | x =(2k+1)/2, k Z}

38

16. The Domain of Cotangent is

R-{x | x = k , k Z}

[-2,2]

1. Domain of sine function is the set of all Real numbers.

(True)

(False)

(False)

R- {x|x = (2k+1)/2, kZ}.

(True)

(True)

(False)

(True)

(False)

(True)

(True)

(True)

(True)

(True)

39

14. The Range of 4tan3x is R, the set of real numbers.

(True)

(True).

Find the correct result of column-I from column-II and write the

solution in column-III.

Column-I

Column-II

Column-III

1. Domain of y = Sin2x is

R- (-1,1)

Domain of y = Sin2x is R.

2. Range of y = Sinx is

Range of y = Sinx is

-1 x +1

3. Period of y = Sinx is

Period of y = Sinx is 2

4. Period of y = Tanx is

Period of y = Tanx is

5. Range of y = Secx

-1 x +1

End of Chapter # 10

40

Chapter#11

Solution of Triangles and Area of Triangles

Fill in the blanks.

1.

Equal

2.

Equal

3.

180

4.

Isosceles

5.

Greater

6.

The difference of two sides in a triangle isthan the third side. Less

7.

The sum of vectors along the sides of a triangle taken clock wise

(anti clock wise) is..

8.

Zero

a

b

c

Sin

Sin

Sin

9.

we have a2+b2-2abcos=.

10.

c2

we have b2 +c2-2bcCos=

a2

41

11.

we have a2+c2-2acCos=

12.

if a>b>c then the greatest angle will be

13.

b2

if a<b<c then the smallest angle will be

14.

Acute

15.

Acute

16.

Obtuse

17.

18.

Oblique

19.

+Ve

20.

r2

21.

22.

=.

s ( s a )( s b)( s c)

23.

24.

25.

26.

27.

abc

2

sa

sb

sc

42

28.

circumcircle, then R =.

29.

which the right bisectors of its sides meet.

30.

abc

4

Cirumcentre

which the internal bisectors of angles of a triangle meet.

Incentre

1. In Equilateral triangles all the angles are equal.

(True)

(True)

3. The Isosceles triangle is that triangle in which all the sides are equal.

(False)

Non-adjacent angles of the triangle.

5. The law of sine is:

Sin

a

b

Sin

Sin

c

(True)

.

(False)

then the law of cosine is: a2 = b2+c2-2bcCos.

(True)

then a2+b2-2abcos = c2 is called the law of Cosine.

(False)

if a>b>c then the greatest angle will be .

(False)

if a<b<c then the greatest angle will be .

(True)

43

10. In a triangle, if ,, are angles opposite to a, b, c respectively,

if a>b>c then the smallest angle will be .

(False)

(True)

(False)

13. If is the angle of triangle ABC, then the value of cos/2 is +ve.

(True)

then =

1

ab sin .

2

(True)

then area of triangle is

1 2 sin sin

a

.

2

sin

(True)

s ( s a )( s b)( s c)

abc

3

19. If r1 is the radius of escribed circle, then r1 =

.

sa

(False)

(False)

(False)

(True)

(True)

44

Matching of Columns

Find the correct result of column-I from column-II and write the

solution in column-III.

Column-I

1. If r1 is the radius of escribed circle,

Column-II

1800

then r1 is

2. If r2 is the radius of escribed circle,

900

S a

S b

cosine is a2+b2-2abcos =c2

S b

is b2+c2-2bccos=

5. In ABC, if = 300, = 600, then is

S a

then r2 is

a2+b2-2abcos =

4. In a ABC, the law of cosine

then r1 is

then r2 is

3. In a ABC, the law of cosine is

Column-III

cosine is b2+c2-2bccos= a2

c2

then = 900

a2

45

angles is1800

End of Chapter # 11

Chapter#12

Inverse Trigonometric Functions and Trigonometric

Equations

Fill in the blanks.

1.

[-/2, /2]

2.

[-1,1]

3.

[0,]

4.

[-1,1]

5.

(-/2, /2)

6.

7.

[0,]-{/2}

8.

R- (-1,1)

9.

10.

R- (-1,1)

11.

[-/2,/2]-{0}

12.

46

13.

[-1,1]

14.

[-/2, /2]

15.

[-1,1]

16.

[0, ]

17.

18.

(-/2, /2)

19.

20.

[-/2, /2]-{0}

21.

R- (-1,1)

22.

[0,]-{/2}

23.

R- (-1,1)

24.

[-/2, /2]-{0}

25.

Cosec-1x =..

Sin-1 (1/x)

26.

Sec-1x =

Cos-1 (1/x)

27.

Cot-1x = ..

Tan-1 (1/x)

28.

Sin-1 (-x) =

-Sin-1x

29.

Tan-1 (-x) =

-Tan-1x

30.

Sin-1 (Sin) =

47

31.

Cos (Cos-1) = .

32.

sin(sin-19000)=

9000

33.

Tan-1 (1)=

/4

34.

If sin = 0, then =

n, where n Z.

35.

If Cos = 0, then =.

/2

1. The Domain of Sinx is -/2 x /2.

(True)

(True)

(False)

(False)

5. Sin (Sin-1) =.

(True)

(True)

(False)

(True)

(True)

10. Cot-1x =

1

.

Tan 1 x

(False)

48

Matching of Columns

Find the correct result of column-I from column-II and write the

solution in column-III.

Column-I

1. Tan-1 (1) =..

Column-II

/6

Column-III

Tan-1 (1)= /4

2. Domain of y = Sinx is

(-/2, /2)

3. Domain of y = Tanx is

/4

/3

Sin-1 (

-/3

Cos-1 (1/2) = /3

6. Sin (Sin-1/6)=.

[-/2, /2]

Sin (Sin-1/6)= /6

4. Sin-1 (

3

2

)=.

End of Chapter # 12

3

2

)= -/3

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