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COMPUTER BASED TEST (CBT)

Questions & Solutions

Date: 12 April, 2019 (SHIFT-2) | TIME: 02.30 P.M. to 05.30 P.M.

Duration: 3 Hours | Max. Marks: 360

SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS

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PART : MATHEMATICS

Straight Objective Type (lh/ks oLrqfu"B izkj)

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. Let f(x) = 5–|x –2| and g(x) = |x + 1|, x R. If f(x) attains maximum value at and g(x) attains minimum

( x – 1)( x 2 – 5x 6)

value at , then lim is equal to :

x – x 2 – 6x 8

ekuk f(x) = 5–|x –2| rFkk g(x) = |x + 1|, x R. ;fn f(x) dk vf/kdre eku rFkk g(x) dk U;wure eku ij gS] rks

( x – 1)( x 2 – 5x 6)

lim cjkcj gS %

x – x 2 – 6x 8

(1) –3/2 (2) 1/2 (3) 3/2 (4) –1/2

Ans. (2)

Sol. f(x) attains maximum value at x = 2

g(x) attains minimum value at x = – 1

– = 2

(x – 1)(x – 2)(x – 3) (2 – 1)(2 – 3) 1

lim = =

x 2 (x – 2)(x – 4) (2 – 4) 2

1

2. If the area (in sq. units) bounded by the parabola y2 = 4x and the line y =x, >0, is , then is equal

9

to

1

;fn ijoy; y2 = 4x rFkk js[kk y =x, >0, ls f?kjs {ks=k dk {ks=kQy ¼oxZ bdkb;ksa esa½ gS] rks cjkcj gS %

9

(1) 24 (2) 48 (3) 2 6 (4) 4 3

Ans. (1)

y y = x

Y2 = 4x

4

,4

(0, 0)

Sol. x

0

y2 = 4x and y = x

If > 0 then

4 /

Hence A

0

2

x x dx

1

9

4

2 x3/ 2 x 2 1 4 8 8 1 32 8 1 8 1

3/ 2 2 = = 24

3/2 2 9 3 9 3 9 3 9

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3. A straight line L at a distance of 4 units from the origin makes positive intercepts on the coordinate axes

and the perpendicular form the origin to this line makes an angle of 60° with the line x + y = 0. Then an

equation of the line L is -

ewyfcUnq ls 4 bdkbZ dh nwjh ij ,d ljy js[kk L funZs'kkad v{kksa ij /kukRed var% [k.M cukrh gS rFkk ewyfcUnq ls

bl js[kk ij yac] js[kk x + y = 0 ds lkFk 60º dk dks.k cukrk gSA rks js[kk L dk ,d lehdj.k gS %

(1) 3 1x 3 – 1y 8 2 (2) 3 – 1x 3 1y 8 2

(3) 3x y 8 (4) x 3 y 8

Ans. (2)

x+y=0

130°

Sol. 90°

60° 4

75°

x cos (75°) + y sin (75°) = 4

3 – 1 3 1

x + y = 4

2 2 2 2

x ( 3 –1) + y ( 3 +1) = 8 2

sin x – cos x x

4. The derivative of tan–1 , with respect to , where x 0, is :

sin x cos x 2 2

ds lkis{k tan–1

x sin x – cos x

, tgk¡ x 0, dk vodyt gS %

2 sin x cos x 2

1 2

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

2 3

Ans. (1)

tan x – 1 1– tan x dy

Sol. y = tan–1 = –tan–1 = –tan–1 tan – x = – – x 1

tan x 1 1 tan x 4 4 dx

x 1

Now if differentiation of w.r.t x is

2 2

x 1

differentiation of y w.r.t. is =2

2 1

2

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5. A person throws two fair dice. He wins Rs. 15 for throwing a double (same numbers on the two dice),

wins Rs.12 when the throw results in the sum of 9, and loses Rs. 6 for any other outcome on the throw.

Then the expected gain/loss (in Rs.) of the person is :

1 1 1

(1) loss (2) loss (3) gain (4) 2 gain

2 4 2

,d O;fDr nks U;k¸; (fair) ikls mNkyrk gSA ,d f}d ¼nksuksa iklksa ij ,d gh la[;k½ vkus ij og #- 15 thrrk gS]

nksuksa iklksa ij vk, vadksa dk ;ksx 9 gksus ij #- 12 thrrk gS rFkk fdlh vU; ifj.kke (outcome) ij

#- 6 gkjrk gSA rks ml O;fDr dk izR;kf'kr (expected) ykHk@gkfu ¼#- esa½ gS %

1 1 1

(1) gkfu (2) gkfu (3) ykHk (4) ykHk 2

2 4 2

Ans. (1)

Sol. When two dice are thrown

Sample space = {(1, 1), (2, 2) …….. (6, 6)} contain total 36 elements number of cases when both dice

6 4 26

Expectation = 15 12 – 6

36 36 36

90 48 – 156 1

=–

36 2

x 2 sin x

6. lim is :

x 0

x 2 sin x 1 – sin 2 x – x 1

2

x 2 sin x

lim cjkcj gS %

x 0

x 2 2 sin x 1 – sin 2 x – x 1

Ans. (3)

Sol. lim

x 2sin x x 2 2sinx 1 sin2 x – x 1

x 0 x 2sin x 1– sin x x – 1

2 2

sin x

1 2

x

2

x 2sin x 1 sin x – x 1

2

= lim

x 0 2sin x sin2 x

x – 1

x x

(1 2)(1 1)

= =2

3

7. If , and are three consecutive terms of a non-constant G.P. such that the equations x2 + 2x + =

0 and x2 + x – 1 = 0 have a common root, then (+ ) is equal to -

;fn ,d fHkUu inksa okyh xq.kksaÙkj Js<+h ds rhu Øekxr in , rFkk bl izdkj gSa fd lehdj.kksa x2 + 2x + =

0 rFkk x2 + x – 1 = 0 dk ,d ewy leku gS] rks (+ ) cjkcj gS %

Ans. (3)

Sol. Let the common ratio of G.P. is r. = r, = r2

Equation x2 + 2x + = 0 becomes x2 + 2rx + r2 = 0

x2 + 2rx + r2 = 0 ……………….(i)

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– r2 1 ………………(iii)

2r – 1

Putting (iii) in equation (ii) (r2+1)2 – (r2+1) (2r – 1) – (2r–1)2 = 0

r4–2r3–r2+2r + 1 = 0 ………………(iv)

2

2 1 1 1

dividing equation (iv) by r2 r2 – 2r – 1 + + 2 =0 r –2 r – +1= 0

r r r r

2

1 r2 – 1

r – – 1 0 1 r 2 1 r ……………..(v)

r r

(r) (r2)

1 x8 2 3 6

The term independent of x in the expansion of . 2x –

60 81 is equal to :

8. –

x2

1 x 8 2 3

6

– . 2x – 2 ds izlkj esa x ls Lora=k in gS %

60 81 x

Ans. (1)

1 1

Sol. Term Independent of x = 23 ( 3)3 6 C3 (2)( 3)5 6 C 1 = –72 + 36 = –36

60 81

9. Let A,B and C be sets such that A B C. Then which of the following statements is not true?

(1) B C (2) If ( A – B) C, thenA C

(3) (C A) (C B) C (4) If ( A – C) B then A B

ekuk leqPp; A, B rFkk C bl izdkj gSa fd A B C, rks fuEu esa ls dkSu lk dFku lR; ugha gS \

(1) B C (2) ;fn (A – B) C, rks A C

(3) (C A) (C B) C (4) ;fn ( A – C) B , rks A B

Ans. (1)

C

Sol. A B

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a î ĵ 3k̂, b 2iˆ ˆj – kˆ

and c î – 2 ĵ 3k̂ . Then the set S = { : a,b and c are coplanar}

(1) contains exactly two positive numbers

(2) is empty

(3) contains exactly two numbers only one of which is positive

(4) is singleton

ekuk R rFkk rhu lfn'k a î ĵ 3k̂, b 2î ĵ – ak̂ rFkk c î – 2 ĵ 3k̂ gSaA rks leqPp;

S = { : a, b rFkk c leryh; gSaA}

(1) esa rF;r% (exactly) nks /kukRed la[;k,sa gSA

(2) fjDr gSA

(3) esa rF;r% nks la[;k;sa gS ftlesa ls dsoy ,d /kukRed gSA

(4) ,dy gSA

Ans. (2)

Sol. Since vectors are coplanar

1 3

2 1 – = 0

–2 3

(3 – 2) – 1 (6 + 2) + 3 (–4 – ) = 0 –32 – 18 = 0 2 = – 6

11. If 20C1 + (22) 20C2 + (32) 20C3 + …………. + (202)20C20 = A(2), then the ordered pair (A, ) is equal to

;fn 20C1 + (22) 20C2 + (32) 20C3 + …………. + (202) 20C20 = A(2), rks Øfer ;qXe (A, ) cjkcj gS %

(1) (380, 18) (2) (380, 19) (3) (420, 19) (4) (420, 18)

Ans. (4)

20

Sol. S = 12 20C1 + 22. 20C2 + 32 20C3 + …………………+202. 20C20 = r .

r 1

2 20

Cr

20 20 20 20 20

=

r 1

r. r.20 Cr = 20

r 1

r.19 Cr –1 = 20 r – 1 1 19Cr –1 = 20

r 1

r – 1 19Cr –1 + 20

r 1

r 1

19

Cr –1

20

= 20 × 19

r 2

18

Cr –2 20 219 = 20 × 19 × 218 + 20 × 219 = 20 × 218 (19+2)= 20 × 21 × 218

= 420 × 218

12. A value of (0, /3), for which cos 1 sin

2 2

4 cos 6 0 , is ;

cos

2

sin 1 4 cos 6

2

(0, /3) dk ,d eku] ftlds fy, cos 1 sin

2 2

4 cos 6 0 gS] gS %

cos2 sin 2 1 4 cos 6

7 7

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

36 18 24 9

Ans. (4)

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Sol. cos 2

1 sin

2

4cos6 0

cos2 sin2 1 4cos6

R1 R1 – R2 , R2 R2 – R3

1 1 0

0 1 1 0

cos sin 1 4cos6

2 2

C2 C2 + C1

1 0 0

0 1 1 0

cos 1 1 4cos

2

1 2 2

1 + 4 cos6 + 1= 0 2cos6 = –1 cos6 = = cos 6 = 2n

2 3 3

n 2 4

= ,n I = , ,

3 9 9 9 9

13. For an initial screening of an admission test, a candidate is given fifty problems to solve. If the

4

probability that the candidate can solve any problem is , then the probability that he is unable to solve

5

less than two problems is :

izkjafHkd tk¡p ds fy, ,d izos'k ijh{kk esa ,d ijh{kkFkhZ dks ipkl iz'u gy djus ds fy, fn, x, gSaA ;fn ijh{kkFkhZ

4

ds fdlh ,d iz'u dks gy dj ldus dh izkf;drk gS] rks mlds nks ls de iz'uksa dks gy djus vleFkZ gksus dh

5

izkf;drk gS %

49 48 48 49

54 4 316 4 164 1 201 1

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

5 5 25 5 25 5 5 5

Ans. (1)

Sol. There are 50 questions in an exam.

4

Probability of each question to be correct = p =

5

1

probability of each question is incorrect = q =

5

Let X = number of correct question in 50 questions.

49

4 50 50

Hence required probability = ( ) + C1 1 4

5 5 5

49

49

4 4 54 4

= 4 5 10 5=

5 5 5

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tan x tan

14. let (0, /2) be fixed. If the integral tan x – tandx A(x) cos2+ B(x) sin2+ C, where C is a

constant of integration, then the functions A(x) and B(x) are respectively.

(1) x + and loge |sin(x –)| (2) x – and loge |sin(x –)|

(3) x + and loge |sin(x + )| (4) x + and loge |cos(x –)|

tan x tan

ekuk (0, /2) fn;k gSA ;fn lekdy

tan x – tan

dx A(x) cos2+ B(x) sin2+ C, tgk¡ C ,d lekdyu

vpj gS] rks Qyu A(x) rFkk B(x) Øe'k% gSa %

(1) x + vkSj loge |sin(x –)| (2) x – vkSj loge |sin(x –)|

(3) x + vkSj loge |sin(x + )| (4) x + vkSj loge |cos(x –)|

sin x sin

tan x tan cos x cos dx = sin(x ) sin(x – 2)

Sol. I=

tan x – tan

dx = sin x sin sin(x – ) dx = sin(x – )

dx

–

cos x cos

sin(x – )cos2 cos(x – )sin2

= dx = cos2 dx sin2 cot(x – )dx

sin(x – )

Hence Option 1 and 2 both are correct

1

dx 9

(x )( x 1) log 8 is :

e

1

dx 9

(x )( x 1) log 8 gS] gS %

e

1 1

(1) –2 (2) – (3) (4) 2

2 2

Ans. (1)

1

dx

Sol. =

(x )(x 1)

Let x + = t

dx = dt

2 1 2 1

dt 1 1 t 21

= = t – t 1 dx = nt – n(t 1) |221

= n |2

2

t(t 1) 2 t 1

2 1 2 2 1 2 1 9

= n n = n n

2 2 2 1 2 2 2 8

(2 1)2 9

(2 2) 4

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22 + 2 – 4 = 0

2 + – 2 = 0

( + 2)( –1) = 0

= 1 or = – 2

value of is – 2

16. The equation of a common tangent to the curves y2 = 16x and xy = –4, is

oØkas y2 = 16x rFkk xy = –4 dh ,d mHk;fu"B Li'kZjs[kk dk lehdj.k gS %

(1) x – 2y + 16 = 0 (2) 2x – y + 2 = 0

(3) x + y + 4 = 0 (4) x – y + 4 = 0

Ans. (4)

4

Sol. Let equation of tangent to parabola y2 = 16x is y = mx + ………(1)

m

It is tangent to xy = –4 ………(2) Solving (1) & (2), we get

4 4

x mx + 4 = 0 mx2 + x+4=0

m m

16

for tangent D = 0 – 16m = 0 m3 = 1 m = 1

m2

Putting m = 1 in Equation (1) Common tangent is y = x + 4

17. The tangents to the curve y = (x –2)2– 1 at its points of intersction with the line x – y = 3 intersect at the

point

oØ y = (x –2)2– 1 ds js[kk x – y = 3 ls izfrPNsnu fcUnqvksa ij oØ dh Li'kZ js[kk;sa fuEu esa ls fdl fcUnq ij

feyrh gSa \

5 5 5 5

(1) – ,–1 (2) ,–1 (3) – ,1 (4) ,1

2 2 2 2

Ans. (2)

Sol. Let coordinates of C be (h, k)

chord of contact of C w.r.t. y = (x –2)2–1 y = x2 –4x + 3 is T = 0

yk

= xh + 3 – 2(x+h)

2

2(h–2)x – y = –(6–4h–k)

compare it with x – y = 3

5

2 (h–2) = 1 h=

2

6 – 4h – k = – 3 k = –1

5

C is ,–1

2

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18. The general solution of the differential equation (y2 –x3) dx – xydy = 0 (x 0) is :

(where c is a constant of integration)

vody lehdj.k (y2 –x3) dx – xydy = 0 (x 0) dk O;kid gy gS %

(tgk¡ c ,d lekdyu vpj gS)

(1) y2 + 2x2 + cx3 = 0 (2) y2 – 2x2 + cx3 = 0

(3) y – 2x + cx =0

2 3 2 (4) y2 + 2x3 + cx2 = 0

Ans. (4)

y ydx – xdy

Sol. (y2 – x3)dx – xydy = 0 y(ydx – xdy) = x3dx = dx

x x2

2

y y 1 y

– d = dx – = x + k – y2 = 2x3 + 2x2k y2 + 2x3 + cx2 = 0

x x 2 x

2z – n

19. Let z C with Im(z) = 10 and it satisfies 2i – 1for some natural number n. Then

2z n

(1) n = 20 and Re(z) = 10 (2) n = 20 and Re(z) = –10

(3) n = 40 and Re(z) = 10 (4) n = 40 and Re(z) = –10

2z – n

ekuk z C ftlds fy, Im(z) = 10 rFkk fdlh izkÑr la[;k n ds fy, ;g 2i – 1 dks larq"V djrk gS] rks

2z n

(1) n = 20 rFkk Re(z) = 10 (2) n = 20 rFkk Re(z) = –10

(3) n = 40 rFkk Re(z) = 10 (4) n = 40 rFkk Re(z) = –10

Ans. (2)

Sol. Let Re (z) = x, then

2(x 10i) n

2i 1 (2x – n) + 20i = –(2x + n) – 40 – 20i + 2ni

2(x 10i) n

20. A triangle has a vertex at (1, 2) and the mid points of the two sides through it are (–1, 1) and (2, 3).

Then the centroid of this triangle is :

,d f=kHkqt dk ,d 'kh"kZ (1, 2) ij gS rFkk blls gksdj tkus okyh nks Hkqtkvksa ds e/; fcUnq (–1, 1) vkSj (2, 3) gSaA rks

bl f=kHkqt dk dsUnzd gS %

7 1 5 1 1

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

3 3 3 3 3

Ans. (4)

Sol. (1,2)

(–1,1) (2,3)

(–3,0) (3,4)

1 3 – 3 2 0 4 1

centroid = , = ,2

3 3 3

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21. The length of the perpendicular drawn from the point (2, 1, 4) to the plane containing the lines

r î ĵ î 2 ĵ – k̂ and r î ĵ – î ĵ – 2k̂ is :

js[kkvksa r î ĵ î 2 ĵ – k̂ rFkk r î ĵ – î ĵ – 2k̂ dks varfoZ"V djrs lery ij fcUnq (2, 1, 4) ls

Mkys x;s yEc dh yEckbZ gS %

1 1

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

3 3

Ans. (1)

Sol. Normal vector of the plane is

ˆi ˆj kˆ

1 2 –1 =

–1 1 –2

– 3iˆ + 3 ˆj + 3kˆ

now equation of plane

–3x + 3y + 3z = c

(1,1,0) will satisfy the plane

–3+3+0=c

c=0

–3x + 3y + 33 = 0

distance from (2,1,4)

–6 3 12 9

= = = 3 units

27 3 3

22. A group of students comprises of 5 boys and n girls. If the number of ways, in which a team of 3

students can randomly be selected from this group such that there is at least one boy and at least one

girl in each team, is 1750, then n is equal to :

fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds ,d lewg esa 5 yM+ds rFkk n yM+fd;k¡ gSaA ;fn bl lewg esa ls rhu fo|kfFkZ;ksa dh Vhe ;kn`fPNd bl

izdkj pquus ds rjhds] fd izR;sd Vhe esa de ls de ,d yM+dk rFkk de ls de ,d yM+dh gks] 1750 gSa] rks n

cjkcj gS %

Ans. (3)

Sol. Given 5 Boy, n girls.

(1B, 2G) + (2B, 1G)

n n – 1 n n – 1

5C

1.

nC

2 + 5C2 . nC1 = 1750 5. + 10.n = 1750 2n 350 n2 – n + 4n = 700

2 2

n2 + 3n – 700 = 0 (n + 28) (n – 25) = 0n = 25, –28

23. The angle of elevation of the top of a vertical tower standing on a horizontal plane is observed to be 45º

from a point A on the plane. Let be the point 30 m vertically above the point A. If the angle of elevation

of the top of the tower from B be 30º, then the distance (in m) of the foot of the tower from the point A

is:

{kSfry ry ij [kM+h ,d m/okZ/kj ehukj ds f'k[kj dk ry ij ,d fcUnq A ls mUu;u dks.k 45º gSA ekuk fcUnq A ls

30 ehVj m/okZ/kj Åij fcUnq B gSA ;fn B ls ehukj ds f'k[kj dk mUu;u dks.k 30º gS] rks ehukj ds ikn dh fcUnq A

ls nwjh ¼ehVj esa½ gS %

(1) 15 3 3

(2) 15 1 3

(3) 15 5 – 3

(4) 15 3 – 3

Ans. (1)

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B

Sol.

x

C 30º

D

d

30 30

45º

A E

d

x x 1

= tan30° ; = ; d= 3x

d d 3

x 30

Also tan 45 d = x + 30

d

d 1 30 3 30 3( 3 1)

d= + 30 1 d = 30 d = d = = 15 3 ( 3 +1)

3 3 3 1 2

d = 15 (3 + 3)

24. If [x] denotes the greatest integer x, then the system of linear equations [sin]x + [–cos]y = 0

[cot]x + y = 0

2 7

(1) Have infinitely many solutions if , and has a unique solutions if , .

2 3 6

2 7

(2) Has a unique solution if , , .

2 3 6

2 7

(3) Has a unique solution if , and have infinitely many solutions if , .

2 3 6

2 7

(4) Have infinitely many solutions if , , .

2 3 6

;fn [x] egÙke iw.kkZad x gS] rks jSf[kd lehdj.k fudk;

[sin]x + [–cos]y = 0

[cot]x + y = 0

2 7

(1) ds vuUr gy gSa ;fn , rFkk ek=k ,d gy gS ;fn , .

2 3 6

2 7

(2) dk ,d ek=k gy gS ;fn , , .

2 3 6

2 7

(3) dk ek–=k ,d gy gS ;fn , rFkk vuUr gy gSa ;fn , .

2 3 6

2 7

(4) ds vuUr gy gSa ;fn , , .

2 3 6

Ans. (1)

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2 1

Sol. If , cos – ,0 – cos (0,1/2)

2 3 2

3 1

sin ,1 &

cot – ,0

2 3

7 – 3 3

If , cos –1, – cos ,1

6 2 2

1

sin – ,0 & cot ( 3 , )

2

2

Hence in , [sin] = 0; [–cos] = 0; [cot] = –1

2 3

Hence 0 = 0 & –x + y = 0 Have infinitely solutions

7

in , [sin] = – 1 ; [–cos] = 0; [cot] = 1, 2, 3, ……………….

6

Hence –x – 0.y = 0 x=0

[cot ] x + y = 0 1.x + y = 0 or 2.x + y = 0 or ………………..

each line well cut x = 0 at exactly one point.

Hence unique solution.

25. If a1, a2, a3,........... are in A.P. such that a1 + a7 + a16 = 40, then the sum of the first 15 terms of this A.P.

is :

;fn a1, a2, a3,........... ,d lekUrj Js<+h esa bl izdkj gSa fd a1 + a7 + a16 = 40 gSa] rks bl lekUrj Js<+h ds izFke

15 inksa dk ;ksxQy gS %

Ans. (3)

40

Sol. a1 + a7 + a16 = 40 a1 + (a1 + 6d) + (a1 + 15d) = 40 3a1 + 21d = 40 a1 + 7d =

3

15 15 40

a1 + a2 ……… + a15 a1 a15 a1 a1 14d 15(a1 + 7d) = 15 = 200

2 2 3

26. The Boolean expression ~(p (~q)) is equivalent to

cwys dk O;atd ~(p (~q)) fuEu esa ls fdlds lerqY; gS \

Ans. (3)

Sol. ~ (p ~q) ~(~pq) p q

27. Let S be the set of all R such that the equation, cos2x + sinx = 2 – 7 has a solution. Then S is

equal to :

ekuk lHkh R, ftlds fy, lehdj.k cos2x + sinx = 2 – 7 dk ,d gy gS] dk leqPp; S gSA rks S cjkcj gS

%

(1) [1, 4] (2) [3, 7] (3) [2, 6] (4) R

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Ans. (3)

Sol. 1 – 2sin2x + sin x = 2 –7 2 sin2x – sin x + (2 – 8) = 0

2 8(2 8) 2 16 64 ( 8) 2 8

sin x = = = = ,2

4 4 4 4

4 4

= , 2 (Rejected), for solution to be exist –1 1 –2 – 4 2 2 6

2 2

[2, 6]

28. A circle touching the x-axis at (3, 0) and making an intercept of length 8 on the y-axis passes through

the point :

x-v{k dks (3, 0) ij Li'kZ djrk gqvk rFkk y-v{k ij 8 yEckbZ dk var% [k.M (intercept) cukrk gqvk ,d o`Ùk fuEu esa

ls fdl fcUnq ls gksdj tkrk gS \

Ans. (2)

3 (3, 5)

8

4 5

5

Sol. 3, 0

Hence (3, 10) will satisfy equation.

29. An ellipse, with foci at (0, 2) and (0, –2) and minor axis of length 4, passes through which of the

following points?

,d nh?kZo`Ùk] ftldh ukfHk;k¡ (0, 2) rFkk (0, –2) ij gSa rFkk ftlds y?kq v{k dh yEckbZ 4 gS] fuEu esa ls fdl fcUnq

ls gksdj tkrk gS \

(1) 2,2

(2) 2, 2

(3) 1, 2 2

(4) 2, 2 2

Ans. (1)

x2 y2

Sol. Let 1(a < b) is the equation of ellipse, focii (0, ±2)

a2 b2

(be = 2)

Given: 2a = 4 a = 2

a2

e2 = 1 – b2e2 = b2 – a2

b2

4 = b2 – 4

b2 = 8

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x2 y2

equation of ellipse is 1

4 8

It passes through ( 2 , 2)

30. A plane which bisects the angle between the two given planes 2x – y + 2z – 4 = 0 and

x + 2y + 2z – 2 = 0, passes through the point :

nks fn, x, leryksa 2x – y + 2z – 4 = 0 rFkk x + 2y + 2z – 2 = 0 ds chp ds dks.k dks lef}Hkkftr djrk ,d

lery] fuEu esa ls fdl fcUnq ls gksdj tkrk gS \

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

Ans. (1)

Sol. Planes bisecting the given planes are

2x – y 2z – 4 x 2y 2z – 2

=±

3 3

x – 3y = 2 or 3x + y + 4z = 6

out of the given points, only (2,–4,1) lies on the plane 3x + y + 4z = 6.

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