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X_CLASS MLM MATHEMATICS.pdf

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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
= ∠
 (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
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
∪ ∩ = ∪ ∩
 2.
 
Prove that()()()
 A B C A B A
∩ ∪ = ∩ ∪
 3.
 
Prove that()()()
 A B C A B A
− ∪ = − ∩ −
 4.
 
Prove that()()()
 A B C A B A
− ∩ = − ∪ −
 
 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
=
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  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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