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COMPUTER BASED TEST (CBT)

Questions & Solutions

Date: 10 April, 2019 (SHIFT-1) | TIME: 09.30 A.M. to 12.30 P.M.

Duration: 3 Hours | Max. Marks: 360

SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS

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PART : MATHEMATICS

This section contains 30 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (1), (2), (3) and (4) for its

answer, out of which Only One is correct.

bl [k.M esa 30 cgq&fodYih iz'u gSaA izR;sd iz'u ds 4 fodYi (1), (2), (3) rFkk (4) gSa] ftuesa ls flQZ ,d lgh gSA

(1) rhombus of area 8 2 sq. units (2) square of side length 2 2 units

(3) square of area 16sq. units (4) rhombus of side length 2 units

|x – y| 2 rFkk |x + y| 2 }kjk iznf'kZr

{ks=k ftlds }kjk izfrc) (bounded) gS] og gS :

(1) ,d leprqHkaqZt ftldk {ks=kQy 8 2 oxZ bdkbZ gSA

(2) ,d oxZ ftldh Hkqtk dh yEckbZ 2 2 oxZ bdkbZ gSA

(3) ,d oxZ ftldk {ks=kQy 16 oxZ bdkbZ gSA

(4) ,d leprqHkaqZt ftldh Hkqtk dh yEckbZ 2 oxZ bdkbZ gSA

Ans. (2)

Sol.

y

x–y=–2

B (0,2)

x–y=2

C A

x

(0,0)

(2,0)

x+y=2

(–2,0)

D (0,–2)

x+y=–2

ABCDisa square

1

Area 4 2 2 8

2

side = 2 2

3 13 5 (13 23 ) 7 13 23 33

2. The sum + + + ……… upto 10th term, is :

12 12 22 12 22 32

3 13 5 (13 23 ) 7 13 23 33

+ + + ……… ds izFke nl inksa dk ;ksxQy gS %

12 12 22 12 22 32

Ans. (1)

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Sol. General term of given series (T n)

(2n 1)(13 23 33.....n3 )

Tn =

(12 22 ......n2 )

2

(n)(n 1)

(2n 1)

Tn = 2

n(n 1)( 2n 1)

6

3 3 2

Tn = n(n + 1) Tn = [n + n]

2 2

10

3 10(11)( 21) 10.11

T

3

Sum of series = = = [440] = 660

2 2

n

n 1

6 2

3. lim .... is equal to :

n 4/3

n4 / 3 n4 / 3

n

(n 1)1/ 3 (n 2)1/ 3 (2n)1/ 3

lim .... cjkcj gS %

n 4/3

n4 / 3 n4 / 3

n

3 3 3 4 4 4

(1) (2)4/3 – (2) (2)4/3 – (3) (2)4/3 (4) (2)3/4

4 4 4 3 3 3

Ans. (1)

1

1/ 3

2

1/ 3

n

1/ 3

1

n

1/ 3

r 1

Sol. lim1 1 ..... 1 = lim

n n n n

1

n n r 1 n n

1

. 1 x

1 1 3

(1 x)

4/3

= 1/ 3

dx = = (2 4 / 3 – 1)

4/3 0 4

0

4. If 1 = sin x 1 and sin x 1 , x 0 ; then for all 0, :

2

cos 1 x cos 2 1 x

x sin cos x sin 2 cos 2

;fn 1 = sin x 1 rFkk sin x 1 , x 0 ; rks lHkh 0, ds fy, :

2

cos 1 x cos 2 1 x

(1) 1 – 2 = x (cos2– cos4) (2) 1 + 2 = – 2x3

(3) 1 + 2 = – 2(x3 + x – 1) (4) 1 – 2 = – 2x3

Ans. (2)

Sol. 1 = x(–x2 – 1) – sin(–xsin – cos) + cos(–sin + xcos)

= –x3 – x + xsin2+ sincos – sincos + xcos2

= –x3

Similarly 2 = –x3

1 + 2 = –2x3

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dx x 1 f ( x)

5. If (x 2x 10)

2 2

= A tan–1

3

2

x 2x 10

+C

1 1

(1) A = and f(x) = 9 (x – 1) (2) A = and f(x) = 9(x –1)2

27 54

1 1

(3) A = and f(x) = 3(x – 1) (4) A = and f(x) = 3(x – 1)

81 54

dx x 1 f ( x)

;fn

( x 2x 10)

2 2

= A tan–1

2

3 x 2x 10

+C

1 1

(1) A = rFkk f(x) = 9 (x – 1) (2) A = rFkk f(x) = 9(x –1)2

27 54

1 1

(3) A = rFkk f(x) = 3(x – 1) (4) A = rFkk f(x) = 3(x – 1)

81 54

Ans. (4)

dy dx

Sol. ( x 2x 10)

2 2

(( x 1)2 9)2

Put x – 1 = 3tan

dx = 3sec2 d

3 sec 2 d 1 d 1 1 1 cos 2 1 1

(9 sec 2

)2

27 sec 2

=

27

cos2 d =

27 2

d =

54 2 sin 2 C

1 1 x 1 3( x 1)

= tan 2 C

54 3 x 2x 10

x y 1 z 1 3

6. If the length of the perpendicular from the point (, 0, ) ( 0) to the line, = = is ,

1 0 1 2

then is equal

x y 1 z 1 3

;fn fcUnq (, 0, ) ( 0) ls js[kk = = ij [khaps x, yac dh yackbZ gS] rks cjkcj gS %

1 0 1 2

(1) 1 (2) – 1 (3) 2 (4) –2

Ans. (2)

P(, 0, )

Sol.

dr's (–,–1, + + 1)

M (1,0, –1)

(,1, – –1)

1

– + 0 – – – 1 = 0 = –

2

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1 3

M – ,1, –

2 2

3

PM =

2

2 2

1 3 3 1 9 3

1 = 22 + + + 1 +2 + 3 + = 22 + 4 + 2 = 0

2 2 2 4 4 2

( + 1)2 = 0 = – 1

(1 i)2 2

7. If a > 0 and z = , has magnitude , then z is equal to

ai 5

(1 i)2 2

;fn a > 0 rFkk z = , dk ifjek.k (magnitude) , gS] rks z cjkcj gS %

ai 5

1 3 1 3 1 3 3 1

(1) – – i (2) + i (3) – i (4) – – i

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Ans. (1)

( 2 )2 2

Sol. |z| = a2 + 1 = 10 a = 3

a 1

2 5

(1 i)2

Hence, z =

3i

z = = =

3i 10 5

x4 1 x3 k 3

8. If lim = lim 2 , then k is :

x 1 x 1 x k x k 2

x4 1 x3 k 3

;fn lim = lim 2 , rks K cjkcj gS %

x 1 x 1 x k x k 2

4 3 3 8

(1) (2) (3) (4)

3 2 8 3

Ans. (4)

3k 2 8

Sol. 4= , k

2k 3

9. Let f(x) = ex – x and g(x) = x2 – x, x R. Then the set of all x R, where the function h(x) = (fog) (x)

is increasing, is :

ekuk f(x) = ex – x rFkk g(x) = x2 – x, x R. rks lHkh x R, ftuds fy, Qyu h(x) = (fog) (x) o/kZeku gS] dk

leqPPk; gS :

1 1

(1) 0 [1, ) (2) , 0 [1, )

2 2

1 1

(3) – 1, , (4) [0, )

2 2

Ans. (1)

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2

x

Sol. h(x) = fog(x) = f(g(x)) = ex x2 x

2

x 2

x

h'(x) = ex (2x 1) 2x 1 0 = (2x – 1)( ex 1) 0

1

Case-I : x & x2 – x 0 x 1

2

or

1

Case-II : x and x2 – x 0

2

1 1

0x So x 0 [1, )

2 2

10. If Q (0, – 1, –3) is the image of the point P in the plane 3x – y + 4z = 2 and R is the point (3, –1, –2),

then the area (in sq. units) of PQR is :

;fn fcUnq P dk lery 3x – y + 4z = 2 esa izfrfcEc Q (0, – 1, –3) gS rFkk R(3, –1, –2), ,d vU; fcUnq gS] rks

PQR dk {ks=kQy ¼oxZ bdkb;ksa esa½

91 65 91

(1) (2) (3) (4) 2 13

4 2 2

Ans. (3)

Sol.

P(0,–1,–3)

(–3,–1,–2) R M

3x – y + 4z – 2 = 0

1 – 12 – 2 13

PM = =

9 1 16 2

13 7 1 13 7 91

PR = 9 1 = 10 RM = 10 – = PQR = 2 × × × =

2 2 2 2 2 2

11. If a1 , a2 , a3, ………., an are in A.P. and a1 + a4 + a7 + ………+ a16 = 114, then a1 + a6 + a11 + a16 is

equal to :

;fn a1 , a2 , a3, ………., an ,d lekUrj Js<+h esa gSa rFkk a1 + a4 + a7 + ………+ a16 = 114 gS] rks a1 + a6 + a11

+ a16 cjkcj gS %

(1) 64 (2) 38 (3) 76 (4) 98

Ans. (3)

Sol. a1, a2,…….a16 are in A.P.

a1 + a4 + a7 + a10 + a13 + a16 = 114

a1 + a16 = a4 + a13 = a7 + a16 = a5 + a12 = a6 + a11

3(a6 + a11) = 114

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a6 + a11 = 38

(a1 + a6 + a11 + a16) = 2(a6 + a11) = 2 × 38 = 76

, x0

x

12. If f(x) = q , x0

xx x

2

, x0

x3 / 2

is continuous at x = 0, then the ordered pair (p, q) is equal to :

sin(p 1)x sin x

, x0

x

;fn f(x) = q , x0

xx x2

, x0

x3 / 2

x = 0 ij larr gS] rks Øfer ;qXe (p, q) cjkcj gS %

3 1 5 1 3 1 1 3

(1) , (2) , (3) , (4) ,

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Ans. (1)

Sol. f(0–) = f(0) = f(0+)

lim = q = lim

h0 h h0 h h

lim = p + 1 + 1 = q = lim = lim

h 0 (p 1)h h h0 h h0 h( h 1 1)

1 3 1

p+2=q= p = ,q

2 2 2

x2 y2 9

13. If the line x – 2y = 12 is tangent to ellipse + = 1 at the point 3, , then the length of the latus

a2 b2 2

rectum of the ellipse is :

x2 y2 9

;fn js[kk] x – 2y = 12 nh?kZo`Ùk 2

+ 2

= 1 dks fcUnq 3, ,ij Li'kZ djrh gS] rks blds ukfHkyEc dh yEckbZ gS :

a b 2

(1) 9 (2) 8 3 (3) 12 2 (4) 5

Ans. (1)

9 x2 y2

Sol. 3, – lies on 2 2 1

2 a b

9 81

2

1

a 4b2

9

Equation of tangent at 3, –

2

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9

y. –

2 1

x.3 2

2

a b

x y

compare with 1

12 – 6

a2 2b 2

12 and 6

3 9

a = 6 and b = 3 3

2b 2 2 27

L.R. = 9

a 6

1

2 sin x 2 sinx 5 .

2

1 also

sin2 y

4

satisfy the equation :

og lHkh ;qXe (x, y) tks vlfedk

1

2 sin x 2 sinx 5 .

2

1 dks larq"V djrs gS] fuEu esa ls fdl lehdj.k dks Hkh larq"V djrs gSa \

sin2 y

4

(1) sin x = |siny| (2) 2|sin x| = 3 siny

(3) sin x = 2 sin y (4) 2 sin x = 2 sin y

Ans. (1)

(sin x –1)2 4 2

Sol. 2 4sin y

2sin2y [0, 2]

|siny| = sinx

15. If and are the roots of the quadratic equation, x2 + xsin – 2sin = 0, 0 , , then

2

12 12

–12 12 .( )24is equal to :

;fn f}?kkrh lehdj.k] x2 + xsin – 2sin = 0, 0 , , ds ewy rFkk gSa] rks

2

12 12

–12

12 .( )24

cjkcj gS %

(1) (2) (3) (4)

(sin 8)6 (sin 8)12 (sin 4)12 (sin 8)12

Ans. (2)

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Sol. x2 + xsin – 2sin = 0, has roots and

( 12 12 )( )24 ( )24 ( )24

= =

sin 2 8 sin

24

(8 sin )12

(1) not differentiable (2) differentiable if f(c) = 0

(3) not differentiable if f (c) = 0 (4) differentiable if f(c) 0

ekuk f : R R, c R ij vodyuh; gS rFkk f(c) = 0 gS ;fn g(x) = |f(x)|, rks x = c, ij g :

(1) vodyuh; ugha gS (2) vodyuh; gS ;fn f(c) = 0

(3) vodyuh; ugha gS ;fn f (c) = 0 (4) vodyuh; gS ;fn f(c) 0

Ans. (2)

Sol. g(x) = |f(x)|

f ( x ) – f (c ) f (x)

g'(c+) = lim = lim = ± f'(c)

x c x–c x c x–c

f ( x ) – f (c )

g'(c–) = lim–

x c x–c

f (x)

= lim–

x c x–c

= ± f'(c)

for g (x) to be differentiable at x = c.

f'(c) must be 0. Else it is non-differentiable.

17. Let A(3, 0, –1), B(2, 10, 6) and C(1,2,1) be the vertices of a triangle and M be the midpoint of AC. If G

divides BM in the ratio, 2 : 1, then cos( GOA) (O being the origin) is equal to :

ekuk ,d f=kHkqt ds 'kh"kZ fcUnq A(3, 0, –1), B(2, 10, 6) rFkk C(1,2,1) gSa rFkk AC dk e/;fcUnq M gSA ;fn G, BM

dks 2 : 1 ds vuqikr esa foHkkftr djrk gS] rks cos( GOA) (O ewyfcUnq gSSa) cjkcj gS %

1 1 1 1

(1) (2) (3) (4)

6 10 2 15 15 30

Ans. (3)

Sol. A (3,0–1,), B (2,10,6) and C (1,2,1)

C (1,2,1)

m (2, 4,2)

m

B(2,10,6)

A(3, 0,–1)

0(0, 0,0)

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G is centroid of from given information .

6 – 2 = 2 3. 5.2 cos

1

cos =

15

18. If the circles x2 + y2 + 5Kx + 2y + K = 0 and 2(x2 + y2) + 2Kx + 3y – 1 = 0, (K R), intersect at the points

P and Q, then the line 4x + 5y – K = 0 passes through P and Q, for :

(1) exactly one value of K (2) exactly two values of K

(3) no value of K (4) infinitely many values of K

;fn o`Ùkksa x2 + y2 + 5Kx + 2y + K = 0 rFkk 2(x2 + y2) + 2Kx + 3y – 1 = 0, (K R), ds izfrPNsnu fcUnq P rFkk Q

gSa] rks js[kk 4x + 5y – K = 0 ds fcUnqvksa P rFkk Q ls gksdj tkus ds fy, %

(1) K dk ek–=–k ,d eku gSA (2) K ds ek–=k nks eku gSA

(3) K dk dksbZ eku ugha gSA (4) K ds vuUr eku gSa

Ans. (3)

Sol. equation of common chord is S1 – S2 = 0

3y 1

4kx + k 0

2 2

Which is identical to

4x + 5y – k = 0 (given)

4k 3/2 K 1/ 2

Hence = =

4 5 –k

1

k

3 3 2 k 5

k= and

10 10 k 13

There is no value of k which satisfy simultaneously

19. If the coefficients of x2 and x3 are both zero, in the expansion of the expression (1 + ax + bx 2) (1 – 3x)15

in powers of x, then the ordered pair (a, b) is equal to :

;fn x dh ?kkrksa (powers) esa] O;atd (1 + ax + bx2) (1 – 3x)15 ds izlkj esa x2 rFkk x3 nksuksa ds xq.kkad 'kwU; ds cjkcj

gSa] rks Øfer ;qXe (a, b) cjkcj gS %

(1) (28, 315) (2) (28, 861) (3) (–21, 714) (4) (–54, 315)

Ans. (1)

Sol. Coefficient of x2 in (1 + ax + bx2)(1 – 3x)15

= 15C2(–3)2 + a. 15C1(–3) + b.15C0 = 0

15.14

.9 – 3.a.15 + b = 0

2

15 × 63 – 45a + b = 0 ……..(1)

Coefficient of x3 in (1 + ax + bx2)(1 – 3x)15

= 15C3(–3)3 + a. 15C2(–3)2 + b.15C1 (–3) = 0

15.14.13 2 15.14

.3 – a.3. + 15.b = 0

32 2

7.13.3 – 21a + b = 0 ……(2)

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by using (1) – (2)

672 – 24a = 0 a = 28

Hence b = 315

20. If a directrix of a hyperbola centred at the origin and passing through the point (4, –2 3 ) is 5x = 4 5

and its eccentricity is e, then :

,d vfrijoy; dk dsUnz ewyfcUnq ij gS rFkk ;g fcUnq (4, –2 3 ) ls gksdj tkrk gSA ;fn bldh ,d fu;rk

(directrix) 5x = 4 5 gS rFkk bldh mRdsUnzrk e gS] rks %

(1) 4e4 – 12e2 – 27 = 0 (2) 4e4 + 8e2 – 35 = 0

(3) 4e4 – 24e2 + 27 = 0 (4) 4e4 – 24e2 + 35 = 0

Ans. (4)

x2 y2 16 12

Sol. – 1 2

– 1 ….(1)

a 2

b 2

a b2

4 a

16e2 = 5a2 ….(2)

5 e

a2

(1) 16 – 12 = a2

b2

12 16e 2

16 – =

e2 – 1 5

80(e2 – 1) – 60 = 16e2 (e2 – 1)

16e4 – 16e2 = 80e2 – 140

16e4 – 96e2 + 140 = 0

4e4 – 24e2 + 35 = 0

21. If for some x R, the frequency distribution of the marks obtained by 20 students in a test is :

Marks 2 3 5 7

Frequency (x + 1)2 2x – 5 x2 – 3x x

then the mean of the marks is :

;fn fdlh x R, ds fy,] 20 fo|kfFkZ;ksa }kjk ,d ijh{kk esa izkIr vadks dk ckjackjrk caVu gS :

vad 2 3 5 7

ckjackjrk (x + 1)2 2x – 5 x2 – 3x x

rks vadks dk ek/; gS :

(1) 2. 5 (2) 2.8 (3) 3.0 (4) 3.2

Ans. (2)

Sol. Number of students = 20

(x + 1)2 + (2x – 5) + x2 – 3x + x = 20

2x2 + 2x – 24 = 0 x2 + x – 12 = 0

x = –4, 3 , but x can not be negative

x=3

2 16 3 1 5 0 7 3 56

Avg. marks = = 2.8

20 20

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2

22. The value of [sin 2x(1 cos3x)] dx, where [t] denotes the greatest integer function, is :

0

2

[sin 2x(1 cos3x)] dx, dk eku gS] tgk¡ [t] ekgÙke iw.kk±d Qyu dks O;Dr djrk gS&

0

(1) 2 (2) – 2 (3) – (4)

Ans. (3)

2

Sol. = [sin 2x(1 cos3x)] dx

0

Apply a + b – x

2

= [ sin 2x(1 cos3x)] dx

0

2

2 = [sin 2x(1 cos3x)] [ sin 2x(1 cos3x)] dx

0

2 = –2

= –

23. ABC is a triangular park with AB = AC = 100 metres. A vertical tower is situated at the mid-point of BC.

If the angles of elevation of the top of the tower at A and B are cot –1 (3 2 ) and cosec–1 respectively,

then the height of the tower (in metres)is :

ABC ,d f–=kHkqtkdkj ikdZ gS ftlesa AB = AC = 100 ehVj gSA BC ds e/; fcanq ij ,d lh/kh ehukj [kM+h gSA ;fn

ehukj ds f'k[kj ds fcanqvksa A rFkk B ij mUu;u dks.k Øe'k% cot–1 (3 2 ) rFkk cosec–1(2 2 ) gSa] rks ehukj dh

Å¡pkbZ ¼ehVjksa esa½ gS %

100

(1) (2) 25 (3) 10 5 (4) 20

3 3

Ans. (4)

P

A

1002 – x 2

B C A

x M x 1002 – x 2 M

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x 2 h2

h

B

x M

cot = 3 2 ……..(i)

equation ….(i)

1002 – x 2

= 3 2

h

1002 – x2 = 18h2 ……..(iii)

equation (ii)

x 2 h2

= 2 2 x2 + h2 = 8h2 x2 = 7h2 ……(iv)

h

equation (iii) and (iv)

100 100

1002 – 7h2 = 18h2 h2 = = 400

25

h = 20

cwys ds fuEu O;atdks esa ls dkSulk ,d] ,d iqu:fDr gS ?

(1) (p q) (p q) (2) (p q) (p q) (3) (p q) (p q) (4) (p q) (pq)

Ans. (4)

Sol. (1) (p q) (p ~q) = p (q~q) = p f = p

(2) (p q) (p q)

p q ~p ~q p q p ~q (p q) (p ~q)

T T F F T F F

T F F T T T T

F T T F T T T

F F T T F T F

(4) (p q) (pq) = p (q ~ q) = p t = t

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25. Assume that each born child is equally likely to be a boy or a girl. If two families have two chidren each,

then the conditional probability that all children are girls given that at least two are girls is :

ekuk izR;sd tUe ysus okys cPps dk yM+dk vFkok yM+dh gksuk lelaHkkO; gSA ekuk nks ifjokjksa esa izR;sd esa nks cPps

gSaA ;fn ;g fn;k x;k gS fd de ls de nks cPps yM+fd;ka gS] rks lHkh cPpksa ds yM+dh gksus dh lizfrca/k izkf;drk gS%

1 1 1 1

(1) (2) (3) (4)

11 10 17 12

Ans. (1)

Sol. A B

G G G G 1

G G G B 4C1

G G B B 4C2

1 1

Required probability =

1 C1 C2

4 4 11

26. The line x = y touches a circle at the point (1, 1). If the circle also passes through the point (1, –3), then

its radius is :

;fn js[kk x = y ,d o`Ùk dh fcUnq (1, 1). ij Li'kZ djrh gSA ;fn o`Ùk fCkUnq (1, –3) ls xqtjrk gS] rks bldh f=kT;k gS :

(1) 3 2 (2) 3 (3) 2 2 (4) 2

Ans. (3)

Sol. P(1,1)

(1, –3)

y=x

(x – 1)2 + (y – 1)2 + (x – y) = 0

passes through (1, – 3)

so 0 + 16 + (1 + 3) = 0 = – 4

so required circle

x2 + 1 – 2x + y2 + 1 – 2y – 4x + 4y = 0

x2 + y2 – 6x + 2y + 2 = 0

r= 9 1– 2 = 2 2

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dy

27. If y = y(x) is the solution of the differential equation = (tan x – y)sec2 x, x , , such that

dx 2 2

y(0) = 0, then y is equal to :

4

dy

;fn y = y(x) vody lehdj.k = (tan x – y)sec2 x ,x , , tcfd y(0) = 0, dk gy gS] rks

dx 2 2

y cjkcj gS :

4

1 1 1

(1) e – 2 (2) –2 (3) 2 + (4) –e

e e 2

Ans. (1)

dy

Sol. + y(sec2x) = tanx sec2x

dx

I.F. = e

sec2 xdx

e tan x

solution is

e

tan x

y(etanx) = tan x sec 2 x dx

Put tanx = t

t.e dt = t.e – e + c = e (t – 1) + c

t

y(etanx) = t t t

yetanx = etanx(tanx – 1) + c

0 = –1 + c c=1

Hence y = e – 2

4

28. The number of 6 digit numbers that can be formed using the digits 0, 1, 2, 5, 7 and 9 which are divisible

by 11 and no digit is repeated, is :

vadks (digit) 0, 1, 2, 5, 7 rFkk 9 ds iz;ksx ls N% vadks okyh ,slh la[;kvksa tks 11 ls HkkT; gksa rFkk ftuesa dksbZ Hkh

vad nksckjk u vk,] dh la[;k gS % :

(1) 36 (2) 72 (3) 48 (4) 60

Ans. (4)

Sol. a b c d e f

9 + 7 + 5 + 2 + 1 + 0 = 24

|a + c + e – (b + d + f)| = 0 or a multiple of 11

and (a + c + e) – (b + d + f) can be

21 – 3 = 18 (minimum b + d + f)

20 – 4 = 16

17 – 5 =14

18 – 6 = 12

17 – 7 = 10

16 – 8= 8

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15 – 9 = 6

14 –10 = 4

13 –11 = 2

12 – 12 = 0

a + c + e = 12

and b + d + f = 12

so there is only one possible way

{a, c, e} and {b, d, f} = {7, 5, 0}

or {a, c, e} and {b, d, f} = {7, 5, 0}

= {9, 2,1}, {7, 5, 0}

number of ways = 2.3!.3! – 2! 3! = 72 – 12 = 60

29. Let f(x) = x2 , x R for any A R, definer g(A) = {x R : f(x) A}. If S = [0, 4], then which one of the

following statements is not true ?

ekuk f(x) = x2 , x R fdlh Hkh A R, ds fy, g(A) = {x R : f(x) A} gSA ;fn S = [0, 4] gS] rks fuEu esa ls

dkSu lk ,d dFku lgh ugha gS \

(1) f(g(S)) = S (2) f(g(S)) f(S) (3) g(f(S)) S (4) g(f(S)) = g(S)

Ans. (4)

Sol. f(s) = s2 0 f(s) 16 ……..(i)

g(s) = {x : x R, x2 S}

= {x : x2 [0, 4]}

–2 g(s) 2 …….(ii)

from (i) 0 f(s) 16

g(f(s)) = {x : f(x) f(s)}

= {x : x2 [0, 16]}

= {x : –4 x 4]}

–4 g(f(s)) 4 …….(iii)

from (ii) –2 g(s) 2 0 (g(s))2 4

f(g(s)) = g(s)2

0 f(g(s)) 4 …..(iv)

from (iv) and (i), (2) is true

from (iv) and S [0, 4], (1) is true

from (iii) and (ii), (4) is False

from (iii) and S [0, 4], (3) is true

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30. If the system of linear equations

x+y+z=5

x + 2y + 2z = 6

x + 3y + z = , (, R), has infinitely many solutions, then the value of + is :

;fn jSf[kd lehdj.k fudk;

x+y+z=5

x + 2y + 2z = 6

x + 3y + z = , (, R), ds vuUr gy gS rks + dk eku gS :

(1) 9 (2) 7 (3) 12 (4) 10

Ans. (4)

1 1 1 1 1 1

Sol. D = 1 2 2 = – 1 0 0 = 1.( – 3)

1 3 1 3

5 1 1 5 1 1

D1 = 6 2 2 = – 4 0 0 = 4.( – 3)

µ 3 µ 3

1 5 1 1 5 1

D2 = 1 6 2 = 0 1 1 = –2–µ+6=–µ+4

1 µ 0 µ–6 –2

1 1 5 1 1 5

D3 = 1 2 6 = 0 1 1 = µ–6–1=µ–7

1 3 µ 0 1 µ–6

D = 0, D1 = 0, D2 = 0, D3 = 0

= 3, = 3, – µ = – 4, µ = 7

=3&µ=7

x+y+z=5 ………..(i)

x + 2y + 2z = 6 ………..(ii)

x + 3y + 3z = 7 ………..(iii)

from (i) and (ii) y + z = 1 x = 4 which satisfy (iii) equation hence there are infinite number of solutions

+ µ = 10

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