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FIITJEE

Ltd. ICES House, Sarvapriya Vihar (Near Hauz Khas Bus Term.), New Delhi - 16, Ph : 2686 5182, 26965626, 2685 4102, 26515949 Fax : 26513942

IIT-JEE 2006-MA-1

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Time: 2 hoursNote:

Question number 1 to 12 carries (3, -1)

marks

each, 13 to 20 carries (5, -1)

marks

each, 21 to 32carries (5, -2)

marks

each and 33 to 40 carries (6, 0)

marks

each.

Section – A (Single Option Correct)

1. For x > 0,

( )

1/xsinxx0

lim(sinx)(1/x)

→

+

is(A) 0 (B)

−

1(C) 1 (D) 2

Sol.

(C)

sinx1/xx0

1lim(sinx)x

→

+

0 +

x0

1limsinxlnx

e1

→

=

(using L’ Hospital’s rule).2.

2342

x1dxx2x2x1

−− +

∫

is equal to(A)

422

2x2x1x

− +

+ c (B)

423

2x2x1x

− +

+ c(C)

42

2x2x1x

− +

+ c (D)

422

2x2x12x

− +

+ c

Sol.

(D)

3524

11dxxx212xx

− − +

∫

Let

24

212zxx

− + =

⇒

1dz4z

∫

⇒

1zc2

× +

⇒

24

1212c2xx

− + +

.3. Given an isosceles triangle, whose one angle is 120

°

and radius of its incircle =

3

. Then the area of the triangle in sq.units is(A) 7 + 12

3

(B) 12

−

7

3

(C) 12 + 7

3

(D) 4

π

Sol.

(C)

2

3 b4

∆ =

…(1)

FIITJEE

Ltd. ICES House, Sarvapriya Vihar (Near Hauz Khas Bus Term.), New Delhi - 16, Ph : 2686 5182, 26965626, 2685 4102, 26515949 Fax : 26513942

IIT-JEE 2006-MA-2

Alsosin120sin30ab

° °=

⇒

a3b

=

and 3s

∆ =

and1s(a2b)2

= +

⇒

3(a2b)2

∆ = +

…(2)From (1) and (2), we get

( )

1273

∆ = +

.4. If 0 <

θ

< 2

π

, then the intervals of values of

θ

for which 2 sin

2

θ

−

5 sin

θ

+ 2 > 0, is(A)50,,266

π π ∪ π

(B)5,86

π π

(C)50,,866

π π π ∪

(D)41,48

π π

Sol.

(A)

2sin

2

θ

−

5sin

θ

+ 2 > 0

⇒

(sin

θ

−

2) (2sin

θ

−

1) > 0

⇒

sin

θ

<12

⇒

θ

∈

50,,266

π π ∪ π

.5. If w =

α

+ i

β

, where

β

≠

0 and z

≠

1, satisfies the condition thatwwz1z

− −

is purely real, then the set of values of z is(A) {z : |z| = 1} (B) {z : z =

z

}(C) {z : z

≠

1} (D) {z : |z| = 1, z

≠

1}

Sol.

(D)

wwzwwz1z1z

− −=− −

⇒

(zz1)(ww)0

− − =

⇒

zz1

=

⇒

2

z1

=

⇒

z1

=

.6. Let a, b, c be the sides of a triangle. No two of them are equal and

λ

∈

R. If the roots of the equation x

2

+ 2(a + b+ c) x+ 3

λ

(ab + bc + ca) = 0 are real, then(A)

43

λ <

(B)

53

λ >

(C)15,33

λ∈

(D)

λ

∈

45,33

Sol.

(A)

D

≥

0

⇒

4(a + b + c)

2

−

12

λ

(ab + bc + ca)

≥

0

⇒

222

abc23(abbcca)3

+ +λ ≤ ++ +

Since |a

−

b| < c

⇒

a

2

+ b

2

−

2ab < c

2

…(1)|b

−

c| < a

⇒

b

2

+ c

2

−

2bc < a

2

…(2)|c

−

a| < b

⇒

c

2

+ a

2

−

2ac < b

2

…(3)From (1), (2) and (3), we get

222

abc2abbcca

+ +<+ +

.Hence2233

λ < +

⇒

λ

<43.

FIITJEE

Ltd. ICES House, Sarvapriya Vihar (Near Hauz Khas Bus Term.), New Delhi - 16, Ph : 2686 5182, 26965626, 2685 4102, 26515949 Fax : 26513942

IIT-JEE 2006-MA-3

7. If f

″

(x) =

−

f(x) and g(x) = f

′

(x) and F(x) =

22

xxfg22

+

and given that F(5) = 5, then F(10) is equal to(A) 5 (B) 10(C) 0 (D) 15

Sol.

(A)

f

′′

(x) =

−

f(x) and f

′

(x) = g(x)

⇒

f

′′

(x) . f

′

(x) + f(x) . f

′

(x) = 0

⇒

f(x)

2

+ (f

′

(x))

2

= c

⇒

(f(x)

2

+ (g(x))

2

= c

⇒

F(x) = c

⇒

F(10) = 5.8. If r, s, t are prime numbers and p, q are the positive integers such that the LCM of p, q is r

2

t

4

s

2

, then the number of ordered pair (p, q) is(A) 252 (B) 254(C) 225 (D) 224

Sol.

(C)

Required number of ordered pair (p, q) is (2 × 3

−

1) (2 × 5

−

1) (2 × 3

−

1) = 225.9. Let

θ

∈

0,4

π

and t

1

= (tan

θ

)

tan

θ

, t

2

= (tan

θ

)

cot

θ

, t

3

= (cot

θ

)

tan

θ

and t

4

= (cot

θ

)

cot

θ

, then(A) t

1

> t

2

> t

3

> t

4

(B) t

4

> t

3

> t

1

> t

2

(C) t

3

> t

1

> t

2

> t

4

(D) t

2

> t

3

> t

1

> t

4

Sol.

(B)

Given

θ

∈

0,4

π

, then tan

θ

< 1 and cot

θ

> 1.Let tan

θ

= 1

−

λ

1

and cot

θ

= 1 +

λ

2

where

λ

1

and

λ

2

are very small and positive.then

12

111121

t(1),t(1)

−λ +λ

= −λ = −λ

12

113242

t(1)andt(1)

−λ +λ

= +λ = +λ

Hence t

4

> t

3

> t

1

> t

2

.10. The axis of a parabola is along the line y = x and the distance of its vertex from origin is2and that from its focus is22. If vertex and focus both lie in the first quadrant, then the equation of the parabola is(A) (x + y)

2

= (x

−

y

−

2) (B) (x

−

y)

2

= (x + y

−

2)(C) (x

−

y)

2

= 4 (x + y

−

2) (D) (x

−

y)

2

= 8 (x + y

−

2)

Sol.

(D)

Equation of directrix is x + y = 0.Hence equation of the parabola is

22

xy(x2)(y2)2

+= − + −

Hence equation of parabola is(x

−

y)

2

= 8(x + y

−

2).11. A plane passes through (1,

−

2, 1) and is perpendicular to two planes 2x

−

2y + z = 0 and x

−

y + 2z = 4. The distanceof the plane from the point (1, 2, 2) is(A) 0 (B) 1(C) 2 (D) 22

Sol.

(D)

The plane is a(x

−

1) + b(y + 2) + c(z

−

1) = 0where 2a

−

2b + c = 0 and a

−

b + 2c = 0

⇒

abc110

= =

So, the equation of plane is x + y + 1 = 0

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