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SRI CHAITANYA
WEEKLY ASSIGNMENT-40

Mathematics:
Complete functions
MATHEMATICS
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61. If f  x   , then  f 0 f  x   x , provided that  x  
cx  d  c 
1) d  a  0 2) d  a  0 3) a  b  c  d  1 4) a  b  1
 1 , 2  x  0
62. Let f(x) be defined on  2, 2 and is given by f  x    and
 x 1 , 0  x  2

## g  x   f  x   f  x  , then correct graph of y = g(x) will be

g  x

g  x 2 2

1 1

-2 -1 0 1 2 -2 -1 0 1 2

-1

1) 2)

g  x g  x

1 1

-1 0 1 2 2 -1 0 1 2
2

-1 -1

3) 4)
63. If ‘f’ and ‘g’ are bijective functions and gof is defined, then gof must be :
1) injective 2) surjective 3) bijective 4) into only

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64. The function f  x    x   , x  I is a/an (where [.] denotes greatest integer
2
function)
1) Even 2) odd
3) neither even nor odd 4) both even and odd
65. The fundamental period of the function,
f  x   x  a   x  b   sin  x  cos 2 x  sin 3 x  cos 4 x  ...  sin  2n  1  x  cos 2n x for

## every a, b  R is : (where [ ] denotes the greatest integer function)

1) 2 2) 4 3) 1 4) 0
66. Which of the following function is not periodic (where [.] denotes the greatest
integer function)
1) y   x  1 ({.} denotes fractional part function)
2) y  sin x  cos x 3) y  sin 2 x 4) y  sin x  sin  x
1  x  
67. If f(x) = cos (ln x), then f  x  f  y    f    f  xy   has the value
2 y    
1
1) – 1 2) 3) – 2 4) 0
2
68. Let f  x   x  1 , then
2
1) f  x 2    f  x   2) f  x  y   f  x   f  y 
3) f  x   f  x  4) f x  f x

1   
69. If 2 f  sin x   2 f   cos x    tan x , then value of f   is  x
 2  ,2  
2   

2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3
1) 2) 3) 4)
6 6 5 5

70. Find the values of ‘a’ in the domain of the definition of the function, f  a   2a 2  a

## for which the roots of the equation, x 2   a  1 x   a  1  0 lie between 2&1.

1 1 2 1
1)   , 0   , 1 2)   , 0   , 1
 2  2   3  3 

1 1  1 
3)   ,    0, 1 4)  ,1
 2 4 2 
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## function is [a,b] where a, b N, then the value of (a + b) is

1) 5050 2) 5051 3) 5049 4) 5048
1
72. Let f  x     x , the range of f(x) is given by (where {.} represents fractional
2  x

part of x)
1)  2  1, 2  1 2)  ,  2  1 3)  2  1,   4)  2  1,  

 1  
73. The domain of the function f  x   log1/ 2   log 2 1  4   1 is :
  x 

1) 0  x  1 2) 0  x  1 3) x  1 4) null set

 1  x3 
74. The domain of the function f  x   sin 1  3/2 
 sin  sin x   log  3x1  x2  1 , where
 2x 

## 75. The image of the interval R under the mapping f : R  R given by

f  x   cot 1  x 2  4 x  3 is

 3  3
1)  ,  2)  ,   3)  0,   4)  0, 
4 4  4
   4

## 76. Domain and range of f  x   x  1  2 3  x is

1) D :1,3 ; R :  2, 10  2) D :1, 5 ; R :  2, 10 

## 3) D : ,1  3,   , R : 1, 3  4) D :1, 5 , R : 1, 3 

77. If  2 cos x   sin x   3 , then the range of the function, f  x   sin x  3 cos x in  0, 2 

## is : (where [ ] denotes greatest integer function)

1)  2,  1 2)  2,  1 3)  2,  1 4)  2,  3 

## 78. Which of the following pair of functions are identical ?

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x x 2x
1) 1  sin x , sin  cos 2) sin 1 2
, 2 tan 1 x
2 2 1 x
2
3)
2
x ,  x 4) ln x 3  ln x, 4ln x

79.  2
If domain of f  x  is  , 0 , then domain of f 6  x  5 x  1 is (where {.} 
represents fractional part function).
 1 1
1) U  n  , n   2)  , 0 
nI  3 2
 1 
3) nU n  , n  1 4) , 
I  6 
80. Let f : R  R be a function such that f  0   1 and for any

x , y  R, f  xy  1  f  x  f  y   f  y   x  2 . Then f is

## 1) one – one and onto 2) one – one but not onto

3) many one but onto 4) many one and into
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81. If the graph of the function f  x   is symmetric about y – axis, then n
x n  a x  1

can be :
1) 2 2) 2/3 3) 1/4 4) -1/3
Let f  x   ax  bx  c , where a, b, c are rational and f : Z  Z , where, Z is the set
2
82.

of integers. Then a + b is :
1) a negative integer 2) an integer
3) non – integral rational number 4) a positive integer
83. Consider the function g  x  defined as
 220111  2010
g  x  x  1  x  1 x 2  1 x 4  1 ... x 2  1  1,  x  1 . Then the value of

    
g(2) is equal to
1) 1 2) 2 2011  1 3) 22010 4) 2
84. Let a and b be real numbers and let f(x) = a sin x + b 5 x  4x  R .
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If f log10 log10
   = 5, then the value of f log log  is equal to
5 10
5
10

1) 3 2) 4 3) 5 4) 2
1 2
85. The fundamental period of function f  x    x    x     x    3x  15 , where [.]
 3  3

## denotes greatest integer function, is:

1 2
1) 2) 3) 1 4) non – periodic
3 3
x
86. Let f :  2, 4   1,3  be a function defined by f  x   x    (where [.] denotes the
2

## greatest integer function), then f 1  x  is equal to :

x
1) 2x 2) x    3) x  1 4) x  1
2

87. Let f(x) and g(x) be functions which take integers as arguments. Let f(x+y) = f(x)
+ g(y) + 8 for all integers x and y. let f(x) = x for all negative integers x and g(8) =
17, then f(0) = _______
1) 10 2) 16 3) 17 4) 20
n
88. If f(x + y) = f(x) f(y)  x,y N, f(1) = 2 and  f a  k   16 2n  1 a  N  , then a
 
k 1

= _____________
1) 2 2) 3 3) 4 4) 5
1
89. If f(0) = 1, f(1) = 2 and f(x) = f x  1  f x  2 , x  R ; then the value of f(5) is

2
equal to
1) 12 2) 10 3) 11 4) 14
90. If the domain of y = f(x) is [-3, 2], then the domain of g(x) = f(|[x]|) is – ([.] denotes
G.I.F)
1) R 2) [ -3, 2] 3) [-2, 3) 4) [-2, 2]
MATHS :-

61) 1 62) 1 63) 3 64) 2 65) 1 66) 4 67) 4 68) 4 69) 1 70) 1

71) 3 72) 4 73) 4 74) 4 75) 4 76) 1 77) 4 78) 4 79) 1 80) 1

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81) 4 82) 2 83) 4 84) 1 85) 3 86) 3 87) 3 88) 2 89) 1 90) 3
MATHS
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61. f  x 
cx  d
 ax  b 
a b a 2 x  ab  bcx  bd
 cx  d 
fof  x    fof  x  
 ax  b  acx  bc  cdx  d 2
c   d
 cx  d 

 fof  x  
 a 2  bc  x   ab  bd   x
 ac  cd  x   bc  d 2 
On comparing coefficient of both side  a 2  bc  x   ab  bd    ac  cd  x 2   bc  d 2  x
a 2  bc  bc  d 2  a  d or a  d
and ab  bd  0  b  0 or a  d
and ac  cd  0  c  0 or a  d
which can be simultaneously true for a  d
62. Option 2 is f  x 
Option 4 is f  x 
Option 3 is f x hence 1 is answer
63. g  x1   g  x2   x1  x2
 f g  x1   f  g  x2    x1  x2
 one  one
But need not be surjective
64.   x     x  1 if x  I
Hence f   x    f  x 
65. x  b   x  b    x  b  period '1'
a  b  constant
Always periodic
Rest all the trigonometric functions are periodic
66. LCM of 2 &2 does not exist
67. Conceptual
68. f  x2   x2  1
2 2
 f  x    x  1
f  x   x 1
f  x  f  x
5 2
69. Put x  and
6 3
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1  3 1
2 f    2 f    …..(1)
2  2  3
 3 1
2 f    2 f    3 ……(2)
 2  2
By (2) - 2 (1)
1 2 3
f  
2 6
70. f  a   2a 2  a for domain of f(x)
2a 2  a  0  a  2a  1  0
1 
a   ,0    ,  
2 
Let g  x   x   a  1 x   a  1  0
2

i) D  0
2
 a  1  4  a  1  0  a  R …..(i)
B
ii) 2   1
2A
 2  
 a  1 1
2
 a   3, 3 …..(ii)
iii) g  2   0
 4  2  a  1   a  1  0  a  1
iv) g 1  0
1  a  1  a  1  0
1
a  
2
Now  i    ii    iii    iv  we get
 1  1 
a    , 0   , 1
 2  2 
1
72. f  x   1   x  1
2 x
1
   x  1  2  1 (Using A.M .  G.M . )
2 x
Range of f  x  is  2  1,  
73. log a N  Domain is N  0, a  0, a  1
 1  x3 
74. f  x   sin  3/2   sin  sin x   log 3 x1  x 2  1
1

 2x   
Domain : 3 x  1  1 or 0  x  I
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1  x3
And 1  3/2  1
2x
2 x 3/2  1  x3  2 x 3/2
1  x 3  2 x 3/ 2  0
3/ 2 2
1  x   0  x R
2
1  x3  2 x3/2  0 or 1  x3/ 2   0 or 1  x 3/2  0 or x = 1
Hence domain x  
2
75. x 2  4 x  3  0  x  2   1  1
 3 
 0,
 4 
76. (i) f  x   x  1  2 3  x
D : x  1  0 & 3  x  0  x  1, 3
1 1
Range : f '  x    0
2 x 1 3 x
7
or f '  x   0 at x 
5
 
7  7 
f '   0 & f '   0
 5   5 
7
 maxima at x 
5
Range :  2, 10 
77. 1  cos x  1  2  2 cos x  2
  2 cos x   0,1, 2, 1, 2
sin x   1, 0,1
 In this case
 2 cos x   2
sin x   1
78. x3  0& x 2  0  x  0
79.  3x  1  2  x  1  0
1 1
   x 
3 2
80. f  xy  1  f  yx  1
f x f  y  f  y  x  2  f  y f x  f x  y  2
f x  f  y  x  y
Putting y = 0
f  x  1  x  0

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f  x  x 1
81. f x  f  x
ax 1 ax 1
 
  x   a  x  1 xn  a x  1
n

82. f  x   ax 2  bx  c
f 0  c  c  I
f 1  a  b  c   a  b  c   I
83. After simplification
x
g  x   g  2  2
x 1
 1   1  2  1
85. f  x     x     x     x  1  3  x    15
 3   3  3  3
 1  2
  x     x     x   3 x  15  f  x 
 3  3
 fundamental period is 1/3
x x
86. 2  x  41  2    1
2 2
f  x   x 1
 f 1  x   x  1 : 1,3   2, 4 
87. f(x + y) = f(x) + g(y) + 8
Put, x = - 8, y = 8  f(0) = f(-8) + g(8) + 8  f(0) = 17
88. f(x + y) = f(x)(y)  f(2) = (f(1))2 = 22, f(3) = (f(1))3 = 23
f(x) = 2x
89. f(x + 2) = 2f(x) – f(x + 1)  f(2) = 0, f(1) = 4, f(4) = - 4
f(5) = 12
90. 3  x  2  2  x  2  2  x  3

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