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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

3. If x AB, then xAxB.

and

4. Let A={1,2,3}, B={2,3,4}, then A-B = ..

{1}

5. Let A, B be any non-empty sets then A(AB) = ..

6. If AB = AB, then A and B are..

Empty

7. If A = {x, y, z} then total number of subsets of A are.

8. 1/x = x for all x R, then the value of x is..

9. I f x > y, y > z then ..

x >z

10. i3 is equal to .

11. Conjugate of 2-3i is ..

-2+3i

12. If S contains n elements then P(S) has elements.

2n

13. If A\ B =A, then AB =.

14. For all a, b, cR, the property (a+b)+c = a +(b+c) is called

Associative property

15. The conjugate of a complex number 3i is

-3i

16. The property used in the equation 4 + 0 = 4, is

Additive identity

17. The additive inverse of a + ib is.

-a-ib

18. The identity element with respect to multiplication is .

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

Infinite

20. A set having only one element is called.

Singleton

21. The product of two non conjugate complex numbers is

complex number

22. The multiplicative inverse of 3i is ..

-i/3

23. In a +ib the imaginary part is .

24. The modulus of i is equal to.

25. i in ordered pair is

(0,1)

Pick up True or False.


1. If AB=A, then AB.

(True)

2. If A = {1, 2, 4} and B = {4, 5, 6, 7}, then A-B = {4}

(False)

3. For two non-empty sets A and B AB= BA

(True)

4. The law AB = BA is called Associative law of intersection. (False)


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

(True)

6. If B = {3, 7, 9}, then 9B.

(False)

7. If 1/x = x, for all x R, then the value of x is 1.

(True)

8. The value of i4 is +1.

(True)

9. The conjugate of 3i-2 is 3i + 2.

(True)

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

(True)

11. The multiplicative inverse of 5 is 5.

(False)

12. The additive inverse of 6 is 6.

(True)

13. The additive inverse of a+ib is (

a
b
, 2
).
2
a b a b2
2

(False)

14. The additive identity is Zero.

(True)

15. The identity element with respect to multiplication is 1.

(False)

16. The set of Rational numbers between 0 and 1 is infinite.

(True)

17. A Singleton set is that set which has no elements.

(False)

18. The set of Natural numbers between 0 and 5 is infinite.

(False)

19. In the Complex number 2+3i, real part is 2.

(True)

20. The modulus of 4+3i is

(False)

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

22. If Z1 and Z2 are two complex numbers, then

Z1
Z1

.
Z2
Z2

(False)

(True)

23. If Z1 and Z2 are two complex numbers, then Z 1 Z 2 Z 1 Z 2 .

(False)

24. If Z1 and Z2 are two complex numbers, then |Z1+Z2|> |Z1|+|Z2|.

(False)

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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
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Column-III
A B = A B

2. A B

2-3i

A B = A B

3. A is the subset of

AB

A is the subset of AUB

4. A is the superset of

AUB

A is the superset of AB

5. Conjugate of 2+3i is

A B

Conjugate of 2+3i is 2-3i

6. Modulus of 2+3i is

A B

Modulus of 2+3i is

End of chapter # 1

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Chapter # 2
Matrices and Determinants.
Fill in the blanks.
1.

The order of the matrix [a1 a2] is.

2.

5
0

3.

0
11
2

If

12

is a . Matrix.
6
8

Diagonal

is a singular matrix, then =..

8/3

4.

If AB=BA=I, then A and B are

5.

The product of matrix a

6.

The determinant of identity matrix is

7.

A and B are non-singular matrices then (AB)-1=

B-1A-1

8.

A square matrix A is called singular if the determinant of A is.. Zero

9.

A square matrix A is called non-singular if the determinant

x
is
y

b and

Multiplicative inverse
ax+by

of A is .

non-zero

10.

If a matrix A has m rows and n columns then the order of A is

mn

11.

If in a matrix A, No. of rows No. of columns,


then A is called..Matrix.

12.

13.

Rectangular

If in a matrix A, No. of rows = No. of columns,


then A is called.Matrix.

Square

If A and B are of order mn, then the order of A-B is ..

mn

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14.

If A=At , then the matrix A is called Matrix.

15.

If A is 23 matrix and B is 32 matrix then order of AB is 22

16.

2
0

17.

If A is of order mn, then the order of 3A is

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

Pick up True or False.


1. The order of the Matrix 1 3
2

2. The matrix
0

0
7

8 is 41.

is called Scalar matrix.

(False)

(False)

3. A matrix B is called Singular if |B| = 0.

(True)

4. A matrix C is called non-Singular if |C| = 1.

(False)

5. If AB=BA= I, then A and B are multiplicative inverses of each other. (True)


6. The determinant of identity matrix is Zero.

(False)

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7. The matrix
0

0
1

is called identity matrix.

(True)

8. A matrix whose all entries are Zero, is called Null matrix.

(True)

9. The determinant of Null matrix is Zero.

(True)

10. The determinant of identity matrix is 3.

(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)

13. A matrix is called square matrix if the number of rows and


columns are equal.

(True)

14. A matrix B is called symmetric matrix if B = Bt.

(True)

15. If the order of A is mn then the order of 3A will be 3(mn).

(False)

16. If A is 23 matrix and B is 33 matrix, then the order of AB

will be 32.
17. If A and B are two matrices then (AB) t = Bt.At.

(False)
(True)

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18. The matrix 3


4
1

19. 3 3
4

0
0
0

3
3

2 = 3
4
7

3
0
0

0
0
0
9
0
0

is called diagonal matrix.

(False)

9
2

(False)

20. If one row or column of a determinant is Zero, then its value


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

is called Diagonal Matrix

is called Scalar Matrix

1
3
1
2

2
4

is
2

3
4

2
1
, then B is

4
3
1 1
1 2

2
3

2
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End of Chapter # 2
Chapter # 3
Groups
Fill in the blanks.
1. The set S = {1, -1} is closed with respect to.. binary operation.

2. The set S = {0, 1} is closed with respect tobinary operation.

3. To each element of a group there corresponds inverse element.

One

4. The number of identity elements in a group is

One

5. The set Z of integer is a group with respect to ..

6. .. Law holds in a group.

Associative

7. If a group satisfies commutative law, it is calledgroup.

Abelian

8. S = {0} forms a group under binary operation.

9. S = {1} forms a group under.binary operation.

10. R-{0} is a group under..binary operation.

Pick up True or False.


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

(False)

2. The set S = {0,1} is closed with respect to multiplication.

(True)

3. The multiplicative inverse of 6 is 6.

(False)

4. The additive inverse of 9 is +9.

(True)

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

(False)

6. The number of identity elements in a group is one.

(True)

7. Commutative law holds in groups.

(True)

8. The group (G, *) is called Abelian group, if ab=ba; for all a, b G.

(True)

9. The set S = {1} forms a group under addition.

(False)

10. If R represents the set of all rational numbers then R- {0} is a


group under multiplication.

(True)

11. The set S = {0} is group under the binary operation .

(False)

12. A set S is said to be closed under +, if for all a, b S ==> a+b S.

(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)

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Matching of Columns
Find the correct result of column-I from column-II and write the
solution in column-III.
Column-I

Column-II

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

Identity

Column-III
The law a(bc)=(ab)c is called
Associative law

2. The law ab=ba is called

Inverses

The law ab=ba is called


Commutative law.

3. The set {1} is a group under

Associative law

The set {1} is a group


under .

4. The set {0} is a group under

Commutative law

The set {0} is a group


under +.

5. If ab = ba = e, then a and b are

If ab=ba=e, then a and b


are inverses.

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

If ae=ea=a, then e is called


Identity.

End of Chapter # 3

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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

2. The roots of a quadratic equation, ax2+bx+c = 0 are ..

b b 2 4ac
2a

3. In a Quadratic equation ax2+bx+c = 0, sum of roots is..

-b/a

4. In a Quadratic equation ax2+bx+c = 0, product of roots is

c/a

5. In a Quadratic equation If b2-4ac > 0, then the roots


will be .

Real and unequal

6. In a Quadratic equation If b2-4ac < 0, then the roots


will be

imaginary and unequal

7. In a Quadratic equation If b2-4ac = 0, then the roots


will be ..

Equal

8. In a Quadratic equation if b2-4ac is perfect square then


the roots will be

Rational

9. In a Quadratic equation if b2-4ac is +ve but not a perfect


square then the roots will be..
10. An Algebric Expression having one term is called

Irrational
Monomial

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

Binomial

12. Polynomial having three terms is called

Trinomial

13. When x4-x3-9x+5 is divided by x-1, then the remainder


will be..

-4

14. If P (x) = x3 + 3x2 + x + 1, then P (-1) is equal to

15. The number of real roots in cube roots of unity is..

One

16. The numbers of complex roots in cube roots of unity are..

Two

17. The sum of cube roots of unity is

Zero

18. The product of cube roots of unity is..

One

19. If w3 = 1, then w15=.

20. If w is the cube root of unity, then 3w2 + 3w + 3 =..

Zero

21. If is the root of P (x) = 0, then the remainder is

Zero

22. If 2 and 3 are the roots, then the quadratic equation


will be.

x2 5x + 6 = 0

23. The sum of the roots of the equation x2- 4x + 1 = 0 is ..

24. The product of the roots of the equation 2x2 + 3x + 6 = 0 is..

25. the equation ax2 + bx +c = 0, a 0 has one real root if

b2-4ac = 0

26. The equation ax2 + bx +c=0, a 0 has two real roots if

b2 4ac > 0

27. The equation ax2+bx+c=0, a0 has two complex roots if

b2 4ac < 0

28. The numbers of cube roots of unity are..

29. If 2 is the root of x2 +2x+h =0, then the value of h is

-8

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

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root will be..

2+3i

Pick up True or False.


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

(True)

2. If x-r is a factor of P (x) then P(r) = 0.

(True)

3. If x-r is a factor of P (x), then r is not a root of P (x) = 0.

(False)

4. If x2 x = 0, then the solution set = {0, 1}.

(True)

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

(True)

6. In 2x2 5x + 2 = 0 and Discriminant = 9, then the roots are irrational.

(False)

7. In ax2 + bx + c = 0 and Discriminant < 0, then the roots are real.

(False)

8. For the quadratic equation ax2 + bx + c = 0 and Discriminant = 0,


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)

11. If , be the roots of ax2+bx +c = 0, then = c/a.

(True)

12. In x2 9 = 0, then sum of roots is Zero.

(True)

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

(False)

14. If be the cube root of unity then 3 = 1.

(True)

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

(False)

16. If 3 =1, then sum of cube roots of unity is One.

(False)

17. If 3 =1, then product of cube roots of unity is Zero.

(False)

18. An Algebric expression having one term is called monomial.

(True)

19. An Algebric expression having two terms is called binomial.

(True)

20. An Algebric expression having three terms is called trinomial.

(True)

21. The number of real roots in cube roots of unity is 2.

(False)

22. The number of complex roots in cube roots of unity is one.

(False)

23. If 2 and 4 are the roots, then the quadratic equation is x2 6x + 8 = 0.

(True)

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

(True)

25. If x2 +1 =0, then the solution set is {-1}.

(False)

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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

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

Real

Column-III
If P (x)=3x2+2x+1, then
P (1) is 6

2.

If 3x2+2x+6=0, then product

Imaginary

of roots is
3.

If 3x2+2x+6=0, then product


of roots is 2

If ax2+bx+c=0, then sum of roots is

Equal

If ax2+bx+c=0, then sum of


roots is b/a

4.

If 3=1, then 5 = .

If 3=1, then 5 = 2

5.

If 3=1, then 1+2 =

If 3=1, then 1+2 = -

6.

If b2-4ac=0, then roots will be

If b2-4ac=0, then roots


will be equal.

7.

If b2-4ac>0, then roots will be

If b2-4ac>0, then roots


will be real.

8.

If b2-4ac<0, then roots will be

-b/a

If b2-4ac<0, then roots


will be imaginary.

End of Chapter # 4

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Chapter #5
Sequence and Series
Fill in the blanks.
1.

The next term of the sequence 2,4,6,8,.., is .

10

2.

The domain of a sequence function is

Set of Natural

numbers
3.

The General term of 1,2,3,4,5,..,is ..

4.

The next term of the sequence 1, -1,1,.,is.

-1

5.

The 8th term of the sequence 1,2,3,.. ,is .

6.

The Arithmetic Mean between 2 and 10 is

7.

The common difference in the sequence 4, 8, 12,., is..

8.

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

n( n 1)
2`

9.

The Arithmetic Mean between 1 and +1 is

Zero

10.

The sum of the Series a + a + a + .up to n terms is.

na

11.

The Geometric Mean between a and b is.

12.

The Geometric Mean between 4 and 64 is

16

13.

The General term of Arithmetic Progression is

an=a1+(n-1) d

14.

The General term of the sequence a, ar, ar2,is..

a rn-1

15.

The next term of the Sequence 2, 4, 8, 16,.

32

ab

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16.

An infinite Geometric Series is Convergent if .

r<1

17.

An infinite Geometric Series is Divergent if..

r>1

18.

The Sum of Infinite Geometric Series 1 + 2 + 4 + ., is..

Undefined

19.

The Sum of infinite Geometric Series 1 + + +, is .

20.

The next term in the Sequence 1,1/2,1/3,.., is ..

1/4

21.

The Harmonic Mean between 2 and 4 is.

8/3

22.

The Harmonic Mean between a and b is

2ab
ab

23.

The relation Between G.M., A.M. and H.M. is G2 =..

AH

24.

The General term of Harmonic Progression is.

1
a ( n 1)d

25.

The reciprocal of 2/3 is .

3/2

26.

If 2a+1, 3a+1, 4a+1is Arithmetic Progression, then


the common difference will be..

Pick up True or False.


1. The Sequence 1, 2, 3, 4, .. is called Geometric Sequence.
2. The domain of Sequence function is the set of integers.

(False)
(False)

3. In the sequence 2, 4, 8, ., common ratio is 2.


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

(True)
(True)

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

n( n 1)
).
2`

(True)

6. The A. M. between 2 and +2 is 2. (False)


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

(True)

8. The Geometric Mean between 6 and 6 is 6.

(True)

9. The nth term of A.P. is an = a r n-1.

(False)

10. The nth term of G.P. is an = a + (n-1) d.

(False)

11. The 2nd term of the G.P. is a r.

(True)

12. The 3rd term of A.P. is a+2d.

(True)

13. An infinite Geometric series is Convergent if r > 1.

(False)

14. An infinite Geometric series is Divergent if r < 1.

(False)

15. The sum of the series 1+2+3+.. is infinite.

(True)

16. The H.M. between 1 and 1 is 1.


17. The Harmonic Mean between a and b is (

(True)
2ab
).
ab

(True)

18. The relation between A.M., G.M. and H.M. is H2 = AG.


19. The reciprocal of is 2.
20. The reciprocal of 1/2 is 2.

(False)
(True)
(False)

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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

Next term of the sequence


2,4,6 is 8.

2,4,8 is
3. The General term of A.P. is

Column-III

Next term of the sequence


2, 4, 8 is 16.

The General term of A.P.


is a + (n-1) d

4. The General term of G.P. is

The General term of G.P.


is a rn-1

5. A.M. between 2 and 4 is

16

A.M. between 2 and 4 is 3

6. G.M. between and 8 is

a rn-1

G.M. between and 8 is 2

7. H.M. between 2 and 3 is

a + (n-1) d

H.M. between 2 and 3 is 12/5

End of Chapter # 5

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Chapter #6
Permutations and Combinations
Fill in the blanks.
1.

The expansion of n! is

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

2.

Zero Factorial is equal to..

3.

The expansion of 3!is ..

3.2.1

4.

5.

n!

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

k+1

11.

n+1

12.

13.

If nP1 = 10, then the value of n will be..

14.

If S is a Sample set and A is the subset of S is an event,

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 )

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then P (A)=.

16.

Zero

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


then P (A) =..

One

17.

Two Events A and B are said to be disjoint if AB=..

18.

A dice is thrown then Probability to get an even


number is.

19.

1/2

A dice is thrown then Probability to get an Odd


number is

20.

1/2

A dice is thrown then the Probability to get a number


divisible by 2 is

1/2

Pick up True or False.


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)

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

(False)

11. If S is a Sample set and A is the subset of S is an event,


n( S )

then P(A) = n( A)

(False)

12. If A and B are mutually exclusive events,


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

(True)

13. If S = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5} and A = {1, 3, 5} is an event of S,


then P(A) = 3/5.

(True)

14. Two events are said to be disjoint if A B = A

(False)

15. The expansion of n! = n(n-1)(n-2).3.2.1.

(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.

S={1,2,3}, A={1,2}, then

Pn = ..
C1 =

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

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

S={1,2,3,4}, B={1,2,3}, then


P (B) is

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End of Chapter # 6

Chapter # 7
Principal of Mathematical Induction and Binomial Theorem
Fill in the blanks.
1.

A Polynomial consisting of two terms is called

Binomial

2.

The number of terms in the expansion (a+b)3 is ..

3.

The index in (a+b) n is

4.

In the expansion (a+b) 8, the middle term isterm.

5th

5.

In Binomial expansion the co-efficient from the beginning


and end are

Same

6.

The sum of series, 1+2+3+4+.n, is ..

n( n 1)
2

7.

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

n( n 1)

8.

The 2nd term in the expansion (a+b) n is.

n an-1.b

9.

The co-efficient of 3rd term in the expansion (x+y)15 is

15

10.

The general term in the expansion (a+b) n is..

11.

The sum of the exponent of x and y for each term in the

C2

Cr an-r . br

expansion (x+y)n is.

12.

The last term in the expansion of (a+b)n is..

bn

13.

If n is in fraction, then the number of terms in the

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expansion of (1+x)n are..

14.

Infinite

If n is negative, then the number of terms in the


expansion of (1+x)n are..

Infinite

15.

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

n(n 1)(2n 1)
6

16.

If the squares and higher power of x are negligible


then (1+x)n =

1+nx

17.

The sum of binomial co-efficient in (1+x) n is.

2n

18.

The sum of even (Odd) co-efficient in the expansion


of (1+x)n is.

19.

20.

2n-1

If the cube and higher powers of x are negligible


n( n 1) 2
x
2!

then (1+x)n = .

1+nx+

The expansion of (a+b) 2 is..

a2+2ab+b2

Pick up True or False.


1. A polynomial having three terms is called binomial.

(False)

2. The number of terms in the expansion of (x +y)4 is 4.

(False)

3. The index in (x+y) 18 is 18.

(True)

4. In binomial expansion the co-efficient from the beginning


and end are same.
5. The sum of 1st n Natural numbers is n.

(True)
(False)

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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)

8. The co-efficient of 2nd term in the expansion of (1+y) n is n y.

(True)

9. The General term in the expansion of (x+y) n is nCr xn-r. y r.

(True)

10. The sum of the exponents of a and b in the expansion of


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

(True)
(False)

12. If square and higher powers of x can be neglected then


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

(True)

13. The number of terms in the expansion of (a+b) 6 is 6.

(False)

14. Middle term in the expansion (a+b) 8 is 5th term.

(True)

15. Middle terms in the expansion of (a+b) 5 are 3rd term


and 4th term.

(True)

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Matching of Columns
Find the correct result of column-I from column-II and write the
solution in column-III.
Column-I

Column-II

1. The number of terms in the expansion


of (x+y)11 is

The number of terms in the expansion


2n

2. The co-efficient of the last term


in the expansion of (a+b)14 is

of (x+y)11 is 12.
The co-efficient of the last term

2n-1 in the expansion of (a+b)14 is 1

3. In every term in the binomial expansion


(a+b)n, the sum of exponents

In every term in the binomial


12

of a and b is

expansion(a+b)n, the sum of exponents


of a and b is n

4. The exponent in (a+b) 2n is

5. The sum of co-efficient in the

The exponent in (a+b) 2n is 2n.


The sum of co-efficient in the

expansion of (1+x)n is

6. The sum of Odd co-efficient in the


expansion of (1+x)n is

Column-III

expansion of (1+x)n is 2n
The sum of Odd co-efficient in the

2n

expansion of (1+x)n is 2n-1

End of Chapter # 7

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Chapter#8
Fundamentals of Trigonometry
Fill in the blanks.
1.

30 degree = ..radians

/6

2.

2 radians =.degree

360

3.

If the arc length is equal to the radius of a circle then Central


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.

If l = 6cm, r = 3cm, then = ..

2 radians

9.

All trigonometric ratios in .Quadrant are +ve.

1st

10.

If R (), terminal side lies in 2nd Quadrant then the value of


Sin will be..

+ve

11.

In right angled triangle if Tan = 2/3, then Cot =..

3/2

12.

If = 3/4, then the terminal side lies in Quadrant.

2nd

13.

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

14.

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

4th

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The ..Quadrant.
15.

If Tan <0 and Sec<0, then the terminal side lies in


The..quadrant.

16.

3rd

2nd

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

1st

17.

If = /2, then the terminal side lies along.

Y-axis

18.

The sign of Sin (-400) is ..

-Ve

19.

The sign of Cos (-600) is..

+Ve

20.

The terminal side of Zero Degree lies on..

+Ve side of x-axis

21.

The terminal side of 90 degree lies on

-Ve side of y-axis

22.

The terminal side of 270 degree lies on ..

+Ve side of y-axis

23.

The terminal side of 180 degree lies on..

-Ve side of x-axis

24.

In the 3rd Quadrant the values of x and y are

-Ve

Pick up True or False.


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

(False)

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

(True)

3. = 1800 degree.

(False)

4. Radian = 1800.

(True)

5. 1 radian = 180/ degree.

(True)

6. 1 degree = /180 radians.

(True)

7. 60 degree = /4 radians.

(False)

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8. 1 minute = 60 Seconds.

(True)

9. 1 degree = 60 Minutes.

(True)

10. If l = 6cm, r = 2cm, then = 3cm.

(False)

11. If l = 4m, r = 2m, then = 4 radians.

(True)

12. If the terminal side R () is in the first Quadrant,


then Sin will be ve.

(False)

13. If the terminal side is in the 3rd Quadrant,


then Sin and Cos will be ve.

(True)

14. If Cos<0 and Sin>0, then the terminal side


lies in the 3rd Quadrant.

(False)

15. If Tan>0 and Cosec<0, then the terminal side


lies in the 3rd Quadrant.

(True)

16. In a Right angled triangle, if tan = 2/7, then Cot = -2/7.

(False)

17. If = /2, then the terminal side lies along x-axis.

(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)

20. The point (3, -2) lies in the 1st Quadrant.

(False)

21. The value of Sin (-500) is ve.

(True)

22. The value of Cos (-600) is +ve.

(True)

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Matching of Columns
Find the correct result of column-I from column-II and write the
solution in column-III.
Column-I

Column-II

Column-III

1. If l = 6cm, = 2radians, then r =

-ve

If l = 6cm, = 2rad, then r = 3cm

2. If r=2cm, = 2 radians, then l =.

+ve

If r=2cm, = 2 rad, then l = 4cm

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

3cm

If /2<<, then terminal side, R()


lies in 2nd Quad

R () lies in
4. If <<3/2, then terminal side

4cm

of lies in

If <<3/2, then terminal side of


lies in 3rd Quad

5. The sign of cos (-400) is

2nd Quad

The sign of cos(-400) is +ve.

6. The sign of sin (1900) is

3rd Quad

The sign of sin(1900) is ve

End of Chapter # 8

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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

6. Sin. Cos + Cos. Sin =

Sin (+)

7. Sin (-) = .

Sin. Cos - Cos.Sin

8. Cos. Cos + Sin . Sin =

Cos ( - )

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

Cos ( + )

10. Sin (-) =

- Sin

11. Cos (-) =

Cos

12. Tan (-) = .

-Tan

13. Cot (-) =

-Cot

14. Sec (-)=..

Sec

15. Cosce (-) = ..

-Cosce

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16. Sin (2)=

2Sin.Cos

17. Sin = ..

2Sin/2.Cos/2

18. Cos2 - Sin2 =

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

28. Sin (+) + Sin (-)=

2Sin.Cos

29. Sin (+) Sin (-) = ..

2Cos.Sin

30. Cos (+)+Cos (-)=.

2Cos.Cos

31. Cos (+) Cos(-) =

-2Sin.Sin

32. Sin + Sin = ..

2 Sin

33. Sin - Sin = ..

2Cos



.Cos
2
2


.Sin
2
2

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.Cos
2
2

34. Cos + Cos = ..

2Cos

35. Cos - Cos = .

2 Sin

Pick up True or False.


1. SinCos + CosSin = Sin (-).

(False)

2. Sin (+) = SinCos + CosSin.

(True)

3. 1-Sin2 = Cos2.

(True)

4. Cos.Cos + Sin.Sin = Cos(+).

(False)

5. Cos (+) = Cos.Cos - Sin.Sin.

(True)

6. Cos (-) = -Cos.

(False)

7. Tan (-) = - Tan.

(True)

8. Cosec (-) = - Cosec.

(True)

9. Sin2 = 2Sin.Cos.

(True)

10. 1-2Sin2 = Cos2.

(True)

11. Sin2+Cos2 = 0.

(False)

12. 2Sin2 = 1 + Cos2.

(False)

13. 1 Cos2 = 2Cos2.

(False)

14. Sin (/2 + ) = Cos.

(True)

15. Cos (/2 + ) = Sin.

(False)

16. Tan ( + ) = Tan.

(True)



.Sin
2
2

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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)

21. Sin (+) + Sin (-) = 2Sin.Cos.

(True)

22. Sin (+) Sin (-) = 2Cos.Cos.

(False)

23. Cos (+)+Cos (-) = 2Cos.Cos.

(True)

24. Cos (+) Cos (-) = 2Sin.Sin.

(False)



.Cos
.
2
2

(True)

25. Sin + Sin = 2Sin

26. Sin - Sin = Cos



.Sin
.
2
2

27. Cos + Cos = 2Cos

28. Cos - Cos = 2 Sin



.Cos
.
2
2



.Sin
.
2
2

(False)

(True)

(False)

29. Tan2 = 2Tan.

(False)

30. Sin = 2Sin/2.Cos/2.

(True).

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Matching of Columns
Find the correct result of column-I from column-II and write the
solution in column-III.
Column-I

Column-II

Column-III

1. The value of Sin (-) is

2Cos2

The value of Sin (-) is Sin.

2. The value of Sin (2-) is

2Sin2

The value of Sin (2-)


is -Sin

3. Sin (+) + Sin (-) =.

Sin

Sin (+) + Sin (-) = 2SinCos

4. Sin (+)- Sin (-) =..

-Sin

Sin (+)- Sin (-) = 2CosSin

5. 1-Cos2 =.

2SinCos

1-Cos2 = 2Sin2

6. 1+Cos2 =

2CosSin

1+Cos2 = 2Cos2

End of Chapter # 9

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Chapter#10
Trigonometric Functions
Fill in the blanks.
1. Domain of Sine is..

The set of Real numbers

2. The Range of Sine is.

[-1,1]

3. The Period of Sine is..

4. Domain of Cosine is

The set of Real numbers

5. The range of Cosine is

[-1,1]

6. The period of Cosine is ...

7. Domain of Secant is

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

8. The range of Secant is .

R- (-1,1)

9. The period of Secant is

10. The domain of Cosecant is ..

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

11. The range of Cosecant is ..

R- (-1,1)

12. The period of Cosecant is

13. The domain of Tangent is ...

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

14. The range of Tangent is

The set of Real numbers

15. The period of Tangent is ...

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16. The Domain of Cotangent is

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

17. The range of Cotangent is ..

The set of Real numbers

18. The period of Cotangent is .

19. The domain of 2cosx is ..

The set of Real numbers

20. The range of 2cosx is ..

[-2,2]

Pick up True or False.


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

(True)

2. Range of sine function is the set of all Real numbers.

(False)

3. If f (x+p) = f(x), then f(x) is said to be periodic of period x.

(False)

4. Domain of tangent function is the set


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

(True)

5. The Period of sine function is 2.

(True)

6. The Period of cosine function is .

(False)

7. The Period of tangent function is .

(True)

8. The Period of Cosecant function is .

(False)

9. The Period of Secant function is 2.

(True)

10. The Range of sin4x is [-1,1].

(True)

11. The Range of 4sin is [-4, 4].

(True)

12. The Period of sin2 is .

(True)

13. The Range of tangent function is the set of real numbers.

(True)

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

(True)

15. The Range of sec (2x+6) is R- (-1,1).

(True).

Matching of Columns
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

Range of y = Secx is R- (-1,1)

End of Chapter # 10

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Chapter#11
Solution of Triangles and Area of Triangles
Fill in the blanks.
1.

In equilateral triangle all the angles are..

Equal

2.

In equilateral triangle all the sides are ..

Equal

3.

The sum of the angles of a triangle is.

180

4.

If two sides of a triangle are equal it is called triangle.

Isosceles

5.

The sum of two sides in a triangle is .than the third side.

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

In a triangle having sides a, b, c and angles , , ,


a
b
c

Sin
Sin
Sin

law of Sine is..


9.

In a triangle having sides a, b, c and angles ,, ,


we have a2+b2-2abcos=.

10.

c2

In a triangle having sides a, b, c and angles ,, ,


we have b2 +c2-2bcCos=

a2

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11.

In a triangle having sides a, b, c and angles ,, ,


we have a2+c2-2acCos=

12.

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


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

13.

b2

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


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

14.

If is the angle of triangle ABC then /2 is.angle.

Acute

15.

The angle less than 900 is called..angle.

Acute

16.

The angle greater than 900 is calledangle.

Obtuse

17.

A triangle in which one angle is of 900 is called .triangle. Right angled

18.

A triangle which is not right angled is called ..triangle.

Oblique

19.

If is an angle of a triangle ABC, then sign of cos/2 is ..

+Ve

20.

If r is the radius of encircle, then area of encircle is

r2

21.

If R is the radius of circumcircle, then area of circumcircle is R2

22.

If a, b, c are the sides of a triangle, then area of triangle


=.
s ( s a )( s b)( s c)

23.

If a, b, c are the sides of a triangle, then s = ..

24.

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

25.

If r2 is the radius of escribed circle, then r2 = .

26.

If r3 is the radius of escribed circle, then r3 = .

27.

If r is the radius of inscribed circle, then r =

abc
2

sa

sb

sc

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28.

If a, b, c are the sides of a triangle and R is the radius of


circumcircle, then R =.

29.

The .. of a triangle is the point at


which the right bisectors of its sides meet.

30.

abc
4

Cirumcentre

The . Of a triangle is the point at


which the internal bisectors of angles of a triangle meet.

Incentre

Pick up True or False.


1. In Equilateral triangles all the angles are equal.

(True)

2. The sum of all the angles of a triangle is 1800.

(True)

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

(False)

4. The external angle of a triangle is greater than the


Non-adjacent angles of the triangle.
5. The law of sine is:

Sin
a
b

Sin
Sin
c

(True)
.

(False)

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


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

(True)

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


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

(False)

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


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

(False)

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


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

(True)

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10. In a triangle, if ,, are angles opposite to a, b, c respectively,
if a>b>c then the smallest angle will be .

(False)

11. 2sin450 cos450 = sin900 .

(True)

12. If is the angle of triangle ABC then, /2 is obtuse angle.

(False)

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

(True)

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


then =

1
ab sin .
2

(True)

15. If two angles , and one side of length a is given


then area of triangle is

1 2 sin sin
a
.
2
sin

16. The area of triangle, =

(True)

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

17. If a, b, c are the sides of a triangle, then S =

is called Zeros formula.

abc
3

18. If r is the radius of encircle, then area of encircle is R2.


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

.
sa

20. If R is the radius of circumcircle, then area of circumcircle is R2.

(False)
(False)
(False)
(True)
(True)

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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

In a ABC, the law of


cosine is a2+b2-2abcos =c2

S b

is b2+c2-2bccos=
5. In ABC, if = 300, = 600, then is

S a

If r2 is the radius of escribed circle,


then r2 is

a2+b2-2abcos =
4. In a ABC, the law of cosine

If r1 is the radius of escribed circle,


then r1 is

then r2 is
3. In a ABC, the law of cosine is

Column-III

In a ABC, the law of


cosine is b2+c2-2bccos= a2

c2

In ABC, if =300, = 600 ,


then = 900

6. In ABC, sum of internal angles is

a2

In ABC, sum of internal

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angles is1800

End of Chapter # 11

Chapter#12
Inverse Trigonometric Functions and Trigonometric
Equations
Fill in the blanks.
1.

The domain of Sinx is

[-/2, /2]

2.

The range of Sinx is..

[-1,1]

3.

The domain of Cosx is..

[0,]

4.

The range of Cosx is

[-1,1]

5.

The domain of Tanx is

(-/2, /2)

6.

The range of Tanx is

Set of real numbers

7.

The domain of Secx is.

[0,]-{/2}

8.

The range of Secx is.

R- (-1,1)

9.

The domain of Cosecx is..

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

10.

The range of Cosecx is..

R- (-1,1)

11.

The domain of Cotx is

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

12.

The range of Cotx is..

Set of real numbers

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13.

The domain of Sin-1x is..

[-1,1]

14.

The Range of Sin-1x is.

[-/2, /2]

15.

The domain of Cos-1x is

[-1,1]

16.

The Range of Cos-1x is

[0, ]

17.

The domain of Tan-1x is.

The set of Real numbers

18.

The Range of Tan-1x is

(-/2, /2)

19.

The domain of Cot-1x is

Set of Real numbers

20.

The Range of Cot-1x is..

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

21.

The domain of Sec-1x is

R- (-1,1)

22.

The range of Sec-1x is..

[0,]-{/2}

23.

The domain of Cosec-1x is.

R- (-1,1)

24.

The Range of Cosec-1x is.

[-/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) =

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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

Pick up True or False.


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

(True)

2. [-1, 1] is the Range of Cosx.

(True)

3. The domain of Cosx is the closed interval [-,].

(False)

4. The Range of Cotx is the set of all +ve integers.

(False)

5. Sin (Sin-1) =.

(True)

6. The value of Sec-1 ( 2 ) is /4.

(True)

7. Tan-1 (-) = Tan-1.

(False)

8. If Sin = 0, then the value of will be Zero.

(True)

9. Cosec-1 = Sin-1 (1/x).

(True)

10. Cot-1x =

1
.
Tan 1 x

(False)

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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)

Domain of y = Sinx is [-/2, /2]

3. Domain of y = Tanx is

/4

Domain of y = Tanx is (-/2, /2)

/3

Sin-1 (

5. Cos-1 (1/2) =..

-/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