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A.P.R.E.I. SOCIETY (R) HYDERABADS.S.C. IMPORTANT QUESTIONSMATHEMATICSPAPER – 1(SLOW LEARNERS MATERIAL FOR MATHEMATICS)

(Statements & Sets)One mark questions

1.

Show that (A

1

)

1

= A.2.

If

A B

⊂

then show that

11

B A

⊂

.3.

If

A B

ϕ

∪ =

then show that A = B and B = A.4.

If ()51,()20,()44

n A B n A n B

∪ = = =

find,()

n A B

∩

.5.

Simplify: (i)

[ ]

~()

PX q

υ

(ii)~[()]

P Nq

∧

(iii)

[ ]

~(~)

P q

⇒

iv)

[ ]

~(~)

P q

⇔

Two marks questions

1.

Prove the followingi)~()(~)

P P q

υ

⇒ ≡ ∧

ii)(~~)

P q P q

⇒ ≅ ⇒

iii)(~)

q P P q

⇒ ≅ ⇒

2.

Write the converse, inverse and control positive of the following:(i)

If ,

ABC AB AC

∆ =

than

B C

∠ = ∠

(ii)

If in,

ABC AB AC

∆ >

then

C B

∠ > ∠

(iii)

If a triangle is equilateral it is isosceles.(iv)

If two triangles are congruent then they are similar.3.

Prove if x is even then x

2

is even.4.

Write the definition and true table of the followingi) Conjunction ii) Disjunction iii) conditional iv) Biconditional5.

Show that (~)

P q P

∧ ⇒

in a tautology.6.

Show that ((~)((~))

P q P q

∧ ∧ ∨

is a contradiction ?

2

7.

Prove that

11

A B A B B A

∩ = − = −

8.

Prove that A

1

– B

1

= B – A.9.

Prove that

1

A B A B

∩ = −

10.

If in a class of 30 students 10 take tea but not coffee and 14 take tea. Then how many takecoffee but not tea.

Four marks questions

1.

Prove that()()()

A B C A B A C

∪ ∩ = ∪ ∩ ∪

2.

Prove that()()()

A B C A B A C

∩ ∪ = ∩ ∪ ∩

3.

Prove that()()()

A B C A B A C

− ∪ = − ∩ −

4.

Prove that()()()

A B C A B A C

− ∩ = − ∪ −

Additional questionsOne mark questions

1.

If

A B

⊂

then prove that

A B A

∩ =

2.

If

A B

⊂

then prove that

A B B

∪ =

Two marks questions

1.

Draw the vern diagrame of

A B

∆

Four marks questions

1.

Prove that

111

()

A B A B

∩ = ∪

Bits

1.

A A

ϕ

∪ =

2.

A Q

ϕ

∩ =

3.

A u

µ

∪ −

4.

A A

µ

∩ =

5.

111111,,,,,23456

C

=

write in set guider form

3

2 - FUNCTIONS

One mark questions

1.

If, f = {(1, 2) (2, 3) (3, 4) (4, 1)} then find fof ?2.

If, f = {(1, 3)(2, 5)(3, 7)}, g = {(3, 7)(5, 9)(7, 10)} then find gof.3.

Let f: R – {1}

R defined by1(),{1}1

x f x x R x

+= ∀ ∈ −−

then show that1()0

f x f x

+ =

.4.

If f = {(1, 2)(2,3) (3,4)}, g = {(2, 5)(3, 6)(4, 7)}. Then find gof.5.

If f(n) = x + 2, g(x) = x

2

– 3 then find (i) fog (-2) (ii) gof(-2).

Two marks questions

1.

If f: R – {3}

R we defined by3()3

x f x x

+=−

then show that331

x x x

+ = −

.2.

If, f: R – {2}

R be defined21()2

x f x x

+=−

then show that212

x f x x

+ = −

3.

If f(x) = x + 2, g(x) = x

2

– x – 2 then find(1)(2)(3)(4)(2)(2)

g g g f f f

+ +− + − +

4.

If f(x) = x

2

+ 2x + 3 then find the value of ()()

x h f x f h

+ −

.5.

If, f(x) = x

2

+ 2x – 15 the find the value of ()()

h f x f h

+ −

6.

If f: R

R be defined by f(x) = 3x + 2, show that f has an one-one.7.

If f: R

R be defined by f(x) – 2x + 3 then show that ‘f’ is an onto function.

Four marks questions

1.

Let f, g, h be real functions defined as f(x) = x + 2, g(x) = 2x + 3, h(x) = 3x + 4 then showthat (fog) oh = fo(goh).2.

Let f, g, h be real functions as f(x) = x, g(x) = 1 – x, h(x) = x + 1 then show thathogof = ho(gof).3.

Let f: R

R be defined by f(x) = x + 2 find {:25}

x x

≤ ≤

and find the inverse function. If they exist, find domain and range.

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