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12 CBSE Solution Maths SAT-3 2014-1

12 CBSE Solution Maths SAT-3 2014-1

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12
th
 CBSE SOLUTION_MATHS_SAT(3)_PAGE # 1
19.
D = c111 1b11 11a1
Taking a, b and c common from c
1
, c
2
 and c
3
 respectively
 = abc c11b1a1c1b11a1c1b11a1
 Applying c
1
 
c
1
 + c
\2
 + c
3
 = abc c11b1c1b1a11c1b11c1b1a11c1b1c1b1a11
 taking (1 +
a1
 +
b1
 +
c1
) common from c
1
 
 = abc (1 +
a1
 +
b1
 +
c1
)c/11b/11 c/1b/111 c/1b/11
= abc (1 +
a1
 +
b1
 +
c1
)100010c/1b/11 [
 applying R
2
 
R
2
 – R
1
 R
3
 
R
3
 – R
1
]
= abc (1 +
a1
 +
b1
 +
c1
)×1 ×
1001
[expanding along c
1
]
= abc (1 +
a1
 +
b1
 +
c1
)
= abc
     
abcabcabcabc
 = abc + bc + ca + ab
20.
x = 3cos t – 2cos
3
t
dtdx
 = - 3sint + 6 cos
2
t. sint
12
th
 CBSE SAT 3) SESSION : 2014)SUBJECT : MATHS
x kr
)SOLUTION
gy
)
 
12
th
 CBSE SOLUTION_MATHS_SAT(3)_PAGE # 2
dtdx
 = – 3sin t (1 – 2 cos
2
 t)
dtdx
 = 3 sin t. cos 2t..(1)y = 3 sint – 2 sin
3
t
dtdy
 = 3 cost – 6sin
2
t cos t= 3 cost (1 – 2 sin
2
t)
dtdy
 = 3 cost . cos2t..(2)Now
dxdy
 =
dt/dxdt/dy
 =
t2cos.tsin3 t2cos.tcos3
4t
dxdy
    
 = 4sin4cos
 = 1
21.
log
    
dxdy
 = 3x + 4y
dxdy
 =
)y4x3(
e
 
dxdy
 = e
3x..
e
4y
e
 –4y
. dy = e
3x
.dxIntergrating both sides
 
dy.e
y4
 =
dx.e
x3
4e
y4
 =
3e
x3
 + CNow given when x = 0, y = 0
4e
0
 =
3e
0
 + C
41
 =
31
 + C
 C =
127
So
4e
y4
 =
3e
x3
 –
127
22.
Given linesl
1
 :
3x1
 =
P14y7
 
 =
23z
31x
 =
7/P2y
 =
23z
..(1)l
2
 :
P3x77
 =
15y
 =
5z6
7/P3 1x
 =
15y
 =
56z
..(2)
 
12
th
 CBSE SOLUTION_MATHS_SAT(3)_PAGE # 3
Now
 lines (1) and (2) are perpendicular to each other So a
1
a
2
 + b
1
b
2
 + c
1
c
2
 = 0 – 3
 
     
7P3
 +
7P
 
 1 + 2 (–5) = 0
7P10
 = 10
 
 P = 7Now equation of the line passing through a point (3, 2, –4) and parallel to line l
1
 is given by
33x
 =
12y
 =
24z
28.
 AB Cxy
Given :x + y = Kx = K – y AB =
22
yx
 
 A =
21
 AB
 BC A =
21
 
22
yx
 
. y A
2
 =
41
 (x
2
 – y
2
) y
2
 A
2
 =
41
 [(K – y)
2
 – y
2
] y
2
 A
2
 =
41
 [K
2
 – 2Ky + y
2
 – y
2
] y
2
 A
2
 =
41
 [K
2
Y
2
 – 2Ky
3
]Diff. w.r.t y2A
dydA
 =
41
 [K
2
2y – 6Ky
2
]For the critical point
dydA
 = 02K
2
y – 6Ky
2
 = 06Ky
2
 = 2K
2
yy =
3K
x = K – y= K –
3K
 =
3K2
cosq =
xy
=
3/K2 3/K
 =
21

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