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Lim

x

Æ•

È

Í

Í

Î

cos

Ê

Á

Á

Ë

2 p

Ê

Á

Ë

ˆ

˜

¯

x

1

+

x

a

ˆ ˘

˜

˜

¯

˙

˙

˚

x

2

a

Œ

R

EXERCISE-I

Let f(x)= sin

-

1

(

1

-

{ }).cos

x

-

1

(

1

-

{ })

x

2 { x } . ( 1 - { }) x
2
{
x
}
. (
1
-
{ })
x

part function.

Lim

then find x

Æ

0

+

Lim f(x),where{x} denotesthe fractional

Æ

0

-

f(x)and x

Lim

x

Æ

a

(a)

(b)

1

Ê

Á

Á

Ë

- 1

a

2

+

x

2

(a

2

-

x

2

)

2

Lim tan

x Æ

0

ax

a

x

2

-

2sin Á Ê a p

2

Ë

ˆ

˜

¯

where a

sin Ê Á p x ˆ

¯

˜

Ë

2

Œ

R

ˆ

˜

˜

¯

Plotthe graph of thefunction f(x)=

Lim Á Ê 2x

t

Æ

0

Ë

p

where a is an odd integer

-

tan

1

x ˆ

˜

¯

t

2

Lim

x

Æ

1

(

1

n

(

1

+

x

)

-

1

n

2

)(

3 4

.

x

-

1

-

3

x

)

i m x Æ 1 ( 1 n ( 1 + x ) - 1 n

1

1

[(

7

+

x

)

3

-

(

1

+

3

x

)

2

].sin(

x

-

1

)

Given f (x)= Lim

n

Æ•

tan 1 (nx); g(x) = Lim

n

Æ•

Find thedomain and range ofh (x).

1

sin 2n x and sin(h(x) ) = 2 [cos

p (g(x)) +cos(2f (x))]

Let

f (x)

=

x

sin x

,

x

>

0

 

=

2

-

x,

x

£

0

(

find LHL and RHL of g f (x)

and

g(x)

=

=

=

x

+

3,

x

x

2

-

2x

-

5,

-

2, 1

£

x

x

x

<

<

1

2

2

)

(

at x = 0 and hence find Lim g f (x)

x

Æ

0

)

.

Let P

Lim

x Æ-•

If

 

=

P

n

-

1

-

1

"

n = 2, 3,

 

n

4

a

 

2

,

1

3

(3x

+

2x )sin

x

+

|

x |

+

5

 

| x

 

|

3

 

+

|

x |

2

+

|

x |

+

1

f (x)

=

l

n cosec (x )

p

 

0

<

x

 

=

l

nsin (2x )

p

1

<

x

and Let P 1 = a x – 1 where a

Œ

R + then evaluate

1

< 3/ 2

<

and

2

f

(x)

+

1

g (x) = 3

f

(x)

+

1

then

Lim

x

Æ

0

P

n

x

.

find tan 1 (g(1 )) and sec 1 (g(1 )) .

Atthe end-points and themidpoint of a circulararcABtangent lines are drawn,and the points Aand B

arejoined with a chord.Prove thatthe ratio of thea arcABdecreases indefinitely.

as ofthe two triangles thus formed tendsto 4as the

-

+

Lim

y

Æ

0

È

Í

Í

Í

Í

Î

Limit

x

Æ•

exp

ay
Á

Ê

x

+

)

ˆ

˜

¯

-

exp

Ê

Á

x

1

n

(1

+

by

)

ˆ ˘

˜

¯

˙

ln(1
Ë

x

Ë

x

˙

 

˙

 

y

˙

˚

If s n be the sum of n terms of the series, sin x + sin 2x + sin 3x +

Limit

n Æ

s

1

+

s

2

+

+

s

n

1

=

n

2

cot x

2

(x

2 k

p

,

k

Œ

I)

+ sin nx then show that

Q

Q

Q

Q

14.

15.

(1
Í

È l n

+

x

)

1

+

x 1

-

˘

˙

˚

3 - 1

Lim

x

Æ 0

Î x

2

=

2

3

-

1

2

3 + 1

3

3

- 1

.

3

3

+ 1

x

4

Let P

n

.

4

3

+ 1

n

3

- 1

n

3

+ 1

. Evaluate

Lim P n

n Æ•

16.

p

A circulararc of radius 1 subtends an angle of x radians,0 <x < 2 as shown in

the figure. The pointC is the intersection of thetwo tangent lines atA &B. Let T(x) be the area of triangle ABC & let S(x) be the area of the shaded region. Compute:

(a) T(x)

(b) S(x)

(c) the limit of T x

(

)

&

as x

Æ

0.

S x

(

)

17. (a)

Lim

x

Æ•

x x + x + x
x
x
+ x
+
x

(b)

Lim

x

Æ•

È ˘ x + x + x - Í x ˙ ˚
È
˘
x +
x +
x -
Í
x ˙
˚

Î

Q 18.

If

f

(n,

q

)=

r

n

=

1

q

Ê

Á 1

Ë 2

-

tan

2

r

ˆ

˜

¯

, then compute Lim

n Æ•

f

(n,

q

)

2 r ˆ ˜ ¯ , then compute L i m n Æ• f ( n

Q

19.

Q 20.

a

x

Let

l

=

Lim

x

x

-

Lim

a

x

-

x

a

x

Æ

a

cosh

p

x

cos

p

x

x

ˆ

˜

˜

˜

˜

¯

x

-

2

a

&

m =

x

Æ

a

e

t

x

+

-

-

e

a

t

2

Ê

Á

Lim Á

Á

Á

Ë

x Æ•

where cosh t =

where a > 0. If

l

= m then find the value of 'a'.

Q 26.

Lim 2

(tanx

-

sinx)

-

x

3

x

Æ

0

x

5

Q 21.

Q 22.

Through a pointA on a circle, a chord AP is drawn & on the tangent atA a point Tis taken such that AT=AP. IfTP produced meet thediameter throughA atQ, provethat thelimiting valueofAQ when P moves uptoA is double the diameter ofthe circle.

Lim

Show that h

Æ

0

(

sin (x

+

h)

)

x

+

h

- (sin x)

x

h

= (sin x) x [ x cot x +

l

n sin x ]

Q.1.

Q.2

Q.3.

Q.4

Q.5

Q.6

Q.7

EXERCISE–II

Discuss thecontinuity ofthe function ‘f’ defined as

ws :f(x) =

È

Í

Í

Í

Í

Î

1

x

-

3

1

for

for

0

2

£

x

£

£

2

4

1 and draw the

x

x

+

+

1

x

-

5

for

4

<

<

x

x

£

6

graph of thefunction forx [0, 6].Also indicatethe nature of discontinuities i any.

If f(x) = x + {-x} + [x] , where [x] is the integral part & {x} is the fractional part of x. Discuss the continuity of f in [ -2 ,2 ].

Œ

È

Í

Í

Í bx

Î

ax -

3x

2

-

b

for

x

£

1

for

1

<

x

<

2

a

for

x

2

Find thelocus of(a, b)for which the function f (x)

is continuous at x = 1but discontinuous at x = 2.

Provethat theinverse ofthe discontinuous function y = (1+ x 2 )sgn x is acontinuous function.

Let g (x) =

Lim

n Æ•

x

n

f (x)

+

h(x)

+

1

2x

n

+

3x

+

3

, x

1 and g (1) =

Lim

x

Æ

1

sin

2

(

p

·2

x

)

)

l

n sec(

p

·2

x

)

be a continuous function

at x = 1, find thevalue of

If g :[a, b] onto [a, b] is continous show that there is some c

4 g (1)+ 2 f (1) – h (1).Assumethat f(x) and h (x)are continuous at x = 1.

Π[a, b]such that g (c) = c.

The function f(x) =

Ê

Á

Ë

2

+

cos x

3

ˆ

˜

¯

-

x

3

sin

x

x

4

is not defined at x = 0. How should the function be defined at

x

=0 to make itcontinuous atx =0. Useof expansion of trigonometricfunctions and L Hospital’s rule

¢

is

not allowed.

Q.8

f (x) =

a

sin x

-

a

tanx

tan x

-

sin x

for x > 0

=

l

n(1

+

x

+

x

2

)

+

l

n(1

-

x

+

x

2

)

 

sec x

-

cosx

 

for x < 0, if f is continuous at x = 0, find 'a'

now if g (x) =

g(e 1 ) = – e

l

n

Ê

Á

Ë a

x ˆ

˜

¯

2

-

· cot(x – a) for x

a, a

0, a> 0. If g is continuous at x =a then show that

Q.9(a) Let f(x +y) = f(x) + f(y) for allx , y & if the function f(x) is continuous at x = 0, then show that f(x)is continuous atallx.

(b) If f(x . y)= f(x) . f(y) forallx,y and f(x) is continuous atx =1. Provethat f(x)is ontinuous for allx except

Q.10

at x = 0. Given f(1)

0.

 

n

Â

 

Ê

x

ˆ

Ê

x

 

ˆ

Given f(x) =

 

˜

 

˜

 

r =

1

tan

Á sec

Ë ¯

2

r

Á

Ë

2

r

-

1

¯

;

r , n

Œ

N

n

)]

 

l

n

f

(

x

)

+

tan

x

-

f

(

x

)

+

tan

x

 

sin

tan

x

g

(x) = Limit

n

Æ

 

2

n

 

2

n

.

2

 

1

+

f

(

x

)

+

tan

x

n

   

2

n

 

= k

for

x =

p

4

and the domain of g(x) is (0,

p

/2).

where [] denotes the greatestinteger function. Find thevalue ofk, ifpossible, so that g(x)is continuous at x =

p /4.Also statethe points of discontinuity

Q.11

Q.12

Q.13.

of g(x) in (0,

p

/4) , if any.

Let f (x) = x 3 – x 2 – 3x – 1 and h (x) =

f (x)

g(x)

where h is a function such that

(a) it is continuous every where except when x = – 1,

Find

(

Lim 3h(x)

x

Æ

0

+

f (x)

-

2g(x)

)

(b) Lim h(x)

x Æ•

= •

and (c)

Lim h(x) =

x

Æ-

1

1

2

.

Letf be continuous on theinterval[0,1] to R such

t f(0) = f (1).Prove that there exists a point c in

È

Í

Î

0,

1

2

˘

˙

˚

such that f (c) = f

Ê

Á c +

Ë

1

2

ˆ

˜

¯

Let [x] denote the greatest integer function & f(x) be defined in a neighbourhood of 2 by

f (x) =

È

Í

Í

(

exp { x

(

+

2

)

l

n4}

[x

+

1]

)

4

-

16

4

x

-

16

Í 2)

Í

Î

A

1 cos(x

-

-

(x 2)tan(x 2)

-

-

,x

,x

<

>

2

2

.

Find thevalues ofA &f(2) in order that f(x) may be

inuous at x = 2.

Q.14

Let f(x) =

È

Í

p

2

-

sin

-

1

1

-

{

x

}

2

)

1

(

1

-

{

x

}

)

. sin

)

-

Í 3 2 { x } - { x }
Í
3
2 {
x
}
- {
x
}

Í

Í

Í

Î

p

2

Consideranotherfunctiong(x) ;such that

g(x) = f(x)

for x

0

= 2

2
2

f(x)

for

x < 0

for

for

x

x

=

Discuss the continuity of thefunctions f(x)& g(x) at x = 0.

Q.15

Discuss the continuity of f in [0,2] where f(x) =

Q 16.

integernot greaterthan x.Also draw the graph. State whether True or False.

(a) f(x) = Limit

n

Æ•

1

1 +

n sin

2

p

x

is continuous at x = 1.

È

Î Í [

4

x

-

5

cos p x

0

0

[

]

x

(b) The function f(x)= 2x

(c) There exists a continuous function f: [0, 1] there exists no continuous function g: [0, 1]

3 4 ( x - 1 ) + 5 x ( 1 - x )
3
4
(
x
-
1
)
+
5
x
(
1
-
x
)

+

7

æÆ

æÆ

x

2

( x - 1 )
(
x
-
1
)

+

[0, 10], but (0, 10).

3

(d) Let ‘f’be a continuous function on R. Iff (1/4 n )= sin e

n

) e

-

n 2

where {x} is the fractional part of x.

]

for

 

x

>

1

; where [x] is the greatest

for

x

£

1

x

+

2

is continuous at x = 1.

 

n

2

+

then f(0) is 1

 

n

2

+

1

Q.17

f(x) =

x.

Ê

Á

Á

Ë

x ] + x e - 2 x ] + x
x
]
+ x
e
- 2
x
]
+ x

[

[

ˆ

˜

˜

¯

, x

0 & f(0) =

-

1 where [x] denotes greatest integer less than or equalto x.

Testthe differentiability of f(x) at x = 0.

Q.18

Thefunction

 
 

È ax x

(

-

1)

+

b

when x

<

1

 

f

(

 

)

 

Í

1

 

when

1

£

 

£

3

x

=

Í

x

-

x

 

Í

Î

px

2

+

qx

+

2

when x

 

>

3

 

Find the values of the constants a, b,p, q so that

(i)

f(x) is continuous forallx

 

(ii)

f

' (1) does not exist

 

(iii)

f

'(x)is continuous at x = 3

 

Q 19

.

Q.20

Q.21

Q.22

Q.23

Q.24

a.

b.

Examine the function, f(x) =x. a

a

1/

x

1/

x

- a

-

1/

x

+

a

-

1/

x

,x

0 (a> 0)and f (0) = 0 for continuity and existenceof

thederivative atthe origin. Discuss the continuity on 0 x 1 &differentiability at x =0 forthe function.

£

£

f(x) =

x.sin

1

.sin

x

1

x.sin

1

x

where x

0 ,

x

1/ r

p

&

f(0) = f (1/ r

p

) = 0 ,

r = 1, 2, 3,

Discuss the continuity &the derivability of 'f' where f (x)= degree of (u x² + u² + 2u

-

3) atx =

÷

2.

Let

f

(x) be a function defined on (–a, a) with a > 0. Assume that

f

(x) is continuous at x = 0 and

Lim

x

Æ

0

f

(x)

-

f

(kx)

x

=

a

Œ

, where k (0, 1) then compute f ' (0 + ) and f ' (0 ), and comment upon the

differentiability of

Letf(x) bea realvalued function not identically zer satisfies the equation,

f(x + y n ) = f(x) + (f(y)) n for all real x & y and f (0)

f(10).

Fill in the blanks :

If f(x)=

Let f(x) be a function satisfying the condition f(

f at x = 0.

¢

0 where n (>1) is an odd naturalnumber. Find

at x = 0.(State continuity and derivability)

sinx

& g(x)= x 3 then f[g(x)]is

&

-

x) = f(x) for all realx. Iff (0) exists, then its valueis

¢

c.

d.

e.

The number of points at which the function f(x)= max.{a be differentiableis

Given f(x) =

È

Í

Í

Í

Í

Í

Í

Î

log

0

a

a

[

x

]

+

[

-

x

]

)

x

Ê

Á

Á

Á

Á

Ë

a

2

Ê [ x ] + [ - x ] ˆ Á ˜ Á x ˜
Ê
[
x
]
+
[
-
x
]
ˆ
Á
˜
Á
x
˜
Ë
¯

-

5 ˆ

˜

˜

1 ˜ x 3 + a ˜ ¯
1
˜
x
3
+
a
˜
¯

for

for

x

x

-

x,a+x,b},

-•

< x <

, 0 < a < b cannot

0

;

a

>

1

 

where[]represents theintegral

=

0

partfunction, then is

A function f(x) = x[1+(1/3)sin (lnx²)], x

continuity)

&

at x = 0.(Stat

continuity and derivability)

0.[ ]= integralpart f(0) = 0.Then is

at x = 0. (State

ANSWER KEY

EXERCISE–I

Q 1.

Q

4.

e

-

2

(a)

p

p

2

a

2

Q 2.

p

p

, 2 2 2
,
2
2
2

Q 3.

/2 if a > 0 ; 0 if a = 0 and –

p

2

a

2

+

4

p

16a

4

/2 if a < 0

(b) f(x) = | x |

Q 5.

Q 8.

-

9

1

n

4

( n a) n

l

Q 12.

a - b

4

e

Q

1

16. T(x) = 2

Q 6.

Domain, x

Q 9.

-

2

Œ

n p

R, Range, x =

2

Q 10.

Q 14.

1/2

tan 2 x . sin x or tan x

2

2

-

sinx

2

Q 15.

, S(x) =

2

3

1

2

x

-

1

2

, n

Œ

I

0, 0

sin x , limit =

Q 17. (a)

Q

21.

1

4

1

(b)

2 1 Q 18.

q

tan q

Q 19.

a = e 2

3

2

Q 7.

– 3, –3,

Q. 11

4

Q 20. e

p

2

– 3

EXERCISE–II

Q

1.

discontinuous at x = 1, 4& 5

Q

2.

discontinuous atallintegral values in [

-

2,2]

Q 3.

locus (a,b)

Æ x,y is y = x – 3 excluding the points where y = 3intersects it.

Q 5.

5

Q 10.

k = 0; g(x)=

Q7.

È l

Í

Í

Î

0

n

(tan

x

1

60

)

if

if

0

p

4

<

£

x

x

<

<

p

4

p

2

.Hence g (x)is continuous everywhere.

Q

11.

g

(x) = 4 (x + 1) and limit = –

Q

13.

A

= 1 ; f(2) = 1/2

39

4

Q

14.

p

f(0 + ) = 2

g(0 + ) = g(0 ) = g(0) =

p

; f(0 ) = 4

-

-

2
2

p

/2

f is discont. at x = 0 ;

g is cont. at x = 0

Q 15.

1

the function f is continuous everywhere in [0, 2] except forx = 0 , 2

Q 16.

Q 17. not derivable at x = 0

false;

(a)

(b)

false ;

(c)

true ;

(d)

true ;

, 1 & 2.

Q

Q

18.

19.

Q 20.

a

If

a

1, b

=

0, p

Œ

(0, 1)

1

and q

=

f

3

¢

(0

+

) =

-

= -

1 ;

1

f

¢

(0 ) = 1

-

continuous but not derivable

a = 1 ; f(x) = 0 which is constant

a > 1

conti. in 0

If

continuous and derivable

f

¢

£

(0 ) = x

£

-

-

1

;

f

¢

(0

+

) = 1

continuous but not derivable

1 & not diff. at x = 0

Q.21

continuous but not derivableat x =

Q.23

Q.24

f(x) = x

a.

conti. & diff.

f(10) = 10

b.

0

c.

2
2

2

Q.22

a

f ' (0) = 1

-

k

d.conti.& diff. e.conti.