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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

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

x >z

10. i3 is equal to .

-2+3i

2n

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

Associative property

-3i

-a-ib

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

Infinite

Singleton

complex number

-i/3

(0,1)

## Pick up True or False.

1. If AB=A, then AB.

(True)

(False)

(True)

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

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

(True)

(False)

(True)

(True)

(True)

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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)

## 20. The modulus of 4+3i is

(False)

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

Z1
Z1

.
Z2
Z2

(False)

(True)

(False)

(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
13

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.

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.

## 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.

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

mn

14.

15.

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.

(False)

(False)

(True)

(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)

1

7. The matrix
0

0
1

(True)

(True)

(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)

(True)

(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)

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)

## 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

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.

One

One

Associative

Abelian

## Pick up True or False.

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

(False)

(True)

(False)

(True)

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

(False)

(True)

(True)

(True)

(False)

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

group under multiplication.

(True)

(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

Inverses

Commutative law.

Associative law

under .

Commutative law

under +.

## 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.

b b 2 4ac
2a

-b/a

c/a

will be .

will be

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

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

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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)

(True)

(False)

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

(True)

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

(True)

(False)

(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)

(True)

(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)

(False)

(False)

(True)

(True)

(True)

(False)

(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)

(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.

Imaginary

of roots is
3.

of roots is 2

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.

6.

will be equal.

7.

will be real.

8.

-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.

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.

## 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)

(True)

(False)

(False)

(True)

(True)

(False)

(False)

(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

2, 4, 8 is 16.

is a + (n-1) d

is a rn-1

16

a rn-1

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.

3.

3.2.1

4.

5.

n!

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

k+1

11.

n+1

12.

13.

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 )

22

then P (A)=.

16.

Zero

then P (A) =..

One

17.

18.

number is.

19.

1/2

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)

then P(A) = 3/5.

(True)

(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.

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

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.

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.

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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.

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

## Pick up True or False.

1. A polynomial having three terms is called binomial.

(False)

(False)

(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)

(True)

(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)

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

(True)

(False)

(True)

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

of (x+y)11 is

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

## 3. In every term in the binomial expansion

(a+b)n, the sum of exponents

12

of a and b is

of a and b is n

## 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.

/6

2.

360

3.

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

One

4.

180/

5.

/180

6.

1 degree = .minutes

60

7.

1 minute = . Seconds.

60

8.

9.

1st

10.

Sin will be..

+ve

11.

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

14.

4th

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15.

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

16.

3rd

2nd

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

1st

17.

Y-axis

18.

-Ve

19.

+Ve

20.

21.

22.

23.

24.

-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)

(True)

(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)

(False)

(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)

(False)

(True)

(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)

(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

Column-II

Column-III

-ve

+ve

3cm

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

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

4cm

of lies in

## 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

Sin (+)

7. Sin (-) = .

## 8. Cos. Cos + Sin . Sin =

Cos ( - )

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

Cos ( + )

- Sin

Cos

-Tan

-Cot

Sec

-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

2Sin.Cos

2Cos.Sin

2Cos.Cos

-2Sin.Sin

2 Sin

2Cos

.Cos
2
2

.Sin
2
2

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.Cos
2
2

2Cos

2 Sin

## Pick up True or False.

1. SinCos + CosSin = Sin (-).

(False)

## 2. Sin (+) = SinCos + CosSin.

(True)

3. 1-Sin2 = Cos2.

(True)

(False)

(True)

(False)

(True)

## 8. Cosec (-) = - Cosec.

(True)

9. Sin2 = 2Sin.Cos.

(True)

## 10. 1-2Sin2 = Cos2.

(True)

11. Sin2+Cos2 = 0.

(False)

(False)

(False)

(True)

(False)

(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)

(True)

(False)

(True)

(False)

.Cos
.
2
2

(True)

.Sin
.
2
2

.Cos
.
2
2

.Sin
.
2
2

(False)

(True)

(False)

(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

Column-III

2Cos2

2Sin2

is -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..

[-1,1]

## 3. The Period of Sine is..

4. Domain of Cosine is

[-1,1]

## 6. The period of Cosine is ...

7. Domain of Secant is

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

R- (-1,1)

## 10. The domain of Cosecant is ..

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

R- (-1,1)

## 13. The domain of Tangent is ...

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

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16. The Domain of Cotangent is

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

[-2,2]

## Pick up True or False.

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

(True)

(False)

(False)

## 4. Domain of tangent function is the set

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

(True)

(True)

(False)

(True)

(False)

(True)

(True)

(True)

(True)

(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.

Equal

2.

Equal

3.

180

4.

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

a
b
c

Sin
Sin
Sin

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.

Acute

15.

Acute

16.

Obtuse

17.

18.

Oblique

19.

+Ve

20.

r2

21.

22.

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

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

23.

24.

25.

26.

27.

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

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)

(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)

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)

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

(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

then = 900

a2

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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.

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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) =

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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)

(True)

(False)

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

(False)

5. Sin (Sin-1) =.

(True)

(True)

(False)

(True)

(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

/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