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JMET PAPER - 1

1

If

µ

= {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7}, A = {3, 5, 6} and A

∩

B ={3, 5}, then how many subsets of

µ

can Brepresent?(1) 16 (2) 32(3) 8 (4) Cannot be determined

2

On the xy plane,

01ba1ba1yx

2211

=

represents a(1) circle passing through (a

1

, b

1

) and(c

2

, b

2

).(2) parabola passing through (a

1

, b

1

) and(c

2

, b

2

).(3) ellipse passing through (a

1

, b

1

) and(a

2

, b

2

).(4) straight line passing through (a

1

, b

1

) and (a

2

, b

2

).

3.

The lengths of two of the sides of a triangle aregiven by the roots of x

2

−

25x

+

1 = 0. If theangle between the above mentioned sides is 60

o

,then the length of the third side is(1) 3

2units (2) 2

3units(3) 11units (4) None of these

4.

The top of a cliff is observed from two points Aand B and the angles of elevation are found to be

α

and

β

respectively. Given that the point B is‘x’m vertically above A, what is the height of thecliff?(1)

α−βα

cotcotcotx

(2)

α−ββ

cotcotcotx

(3)

β−αβ

tantantanx

(4)

α−ββ

tantantanx

5.

If the vectors,kn jmila

∧∧∧

++=

∧∧∧

++=

k jib
and

∧∧∧

++=

kl jnimc
, then

( )

=×⋅

cba

(1) l

3

+ m

3

+ n

3

−

3lmn(2) l

3

+ m

3

+ 1

−

3lm(3) l

2

+ m

2

+ n

2

+ lm + mn + ln(4) l

2

+ m

2

+ n

2

−

lm

−

mn

−

nl

6.

Given that f(x + y) = f(x) f(y), for all x, y

∈

R.Suppose that f(5) = 4 and f'(0) = 9, thenf '(5), is equal to(1) 25 (2) 36(3) 16 (4) None of these

7.

Two integers x and y are chosen at randombetween 1 and 100 (inclusive), what is theprobability that 7

x

+ 7

y

is a multiple of 10?(1) 1/8 (2) 1/7 (3) 1/4 (4) 1/9

8

=∫ +

π−

0xcosxcos
xcos

eedxe (1) e (2)

π

(3)

π

/2 (4) 0

9.

Each of the value a, b and c of a quadraticequation ax

2

+ bx + c = 0 is determined bythrowing an ordinary die. What is the probabilitythat the roots of the quadratic equation thusobtained are equal?(1) 1/54 (2) 5/216 (3) 1/36 (4) 7/216

10.

How many ways the letters of word EDUCATIONbe internally arranged, so that the vowels appearin the same order from left to right as they appearin the dictionary?(1) 4096 (2) 3024 (3) 2048 (4) 2576

11.

The number of values that ‘x’ can take in order tosatisfy the equation cot

–1

(2x + 1) + cot

–1

(4x + 1)= cot

–1

(x

2

/2) is(1) 0 (2) 1 (3) 2 (4) 3

12.

The equation 25x

2

– 100x – 144y + 16y

2

= 44,represents a/an(1) hyperbola (2) ellipse(3) pair of straight lines (4) None of these

13.

If y = x – x

3

/3! + x

5

/5! – x

7

/7! + ……, then dy/dx =(1) sin x (2) cos x(3) tan x (4) None of these

14.

If R and S are two non-void relations defined on anon-empty set A. Which of the followingstatements is not necessarily true?(1) R and S are reflexive

⇒

R

∩

S is reflexive(2) R and S are transitive

⇒

R

∩

S is transitive(3) R and S are transitive

⇒

R

∪

S is transitive(4) R and S are symmetric

⇒

R

∪

S is symmetric

15.

The graphs y = log

a

x (a > 1) and y = log

a

x(0 <a < 1) intersect at how many points?(1) 0 (2) 1 (3) 2 (4) 3

16.

The number of complex numbers which satisfythe relation z

2

+

⏐

z

⏐

= 0 is(1) 1(2) 3(3) 4(4) No such complex number

17.

The coordinate axes are rotated about origin O inthe counter clock-wise direction through an angleof 30

°

. If h and k are the intercepts made on thenew axes by a straight line whose equationreferred to the original axes is x + y = 2, then(1)21k1h1

22

=+

(2) h

2

+ k

2

= 2(3) h

2

+ k

2

= 4 (4)41k1h1

22

=+

18.

At a point (x, f(x)) a tangent is drawn to the curvey = f(x). Given that the slope of the tangent drawnis 6x + 2 and that the curve passes through thepoint (2, 16). Find the area enclosed by the curvey = f(x), x-axis and the line x = 2.(1) 36 sq.units (2) 12 sq.units(3) 15 sq.units (4) None of these

219.

If f(x) = (1 – x)

n

, then find the value of f(a) +!n)a(f
.......!3)a(f
!2)a(f
!1)a(f

n321

+++

, for a = 0 andn = 6. f

n

(x) indicates n

th

derivative of f(x).(1) 63 (2) 127 (3) 64 (4) 128

20.

If x satisfies the inequality:

( )

,6xlogxlog

2329

<+

then x belongs to(1) (

−

3, 2) (2) (0, 2)(3)

⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎝ ⎛

27,91

(4)

⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎝ ⎛

9,271

21.

A question paper has 100 multiple choicequestions with each question having 5 choices.The probability that Sonia knows the correctanswer to any question is

52

. She attempts allquestions either by guessing or knowing theanswer. A question attempted by her was found tohave a correct response. Assuming that eachquestion has exactly one correct choice, what isthe probability that she has guessed it?(1)

137

(2)

133

(3)

1310

(4)

139

22.

Minimum value of the positive integer n for whichboth the roots of the equation:nx

2

−

(2n + 1) (n + 1) = 0 are less than 6/5 is(1) 5 (2) 6 (3) 7 (4) 3

23.

If f: Z

+

→

N is defined asf(x) =

⎪⎪⎩⎪⎪⎨⎧++

oddisxif,
21xevenisxif,1
3x then f

−

1

(90) is(1) 181 (2) 179 (3) 267 (4) 184

24.

If

+⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛ +−+−

−

termsn.....5x44x33x2xsin

4321

,2termsn..5x44x33x2xcos

169421

π=⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛ +−+−

−

then the value of x can be(1) 2 (2) 3 (3) 1 (4) 1/2

25.

If A

1

, A

2

, ……, A

n

are the vertices of a regularplane polygon with n sides and O is its centre,then

( )

∑×

−=+

1n1i1ii

OAOA=(1) 0(2)

( )

()

12

OAOAn1

×−

(3)

( )

()

12

OAOA1n

×−

(4)

()

12

OAOAn

×

26.

Items coming off a production line are markeddefective (designated as zero) or non defective(designated as one). Items are observed andtheir conditions listed. This is continued until twoconsecutive defectives are observed or fouritems have been checked, whichever occurs first.The sample space corresponding to thisexperiment is(1) {00, 100, 1100}(2) {0100, 100, 00, 0110}(3) {00, 100, 0100, 1100, 0101,0110, 0111, 1010}(4) None of these

27.

The sequence 3, 7, 11, …… is grouped as:{3}, {7, 11},{15, 19, 23, 27}, ….The first number in the 8

th

group is(1) 503 (2) 507 (3) 511 (4) 515

28.

A is a fixed point on the circumference of a circlewhose center is O and whose radius is r meters.A particle P starting from A describes the circleuniformly in 1 second. The rate at which the areaof the triangle AOP is changing at the instantwhere

∠

AOP = 60°is(1)

π

/2 (2)

π

r (3) r

2

/8

π

(4)

π

r

2

/2

29.

A submarine telegraph consists of a core ofcopper wires with a covering made of non-conducting material. If x denotes the ratio of theradius of the core to the thickness of thecovering, it is known that the speed of signallingvaries as x

2

log

x1

. The greatest speed is attainedwhen x equals(1) e (2) 3(3)e1(4)e1

30.

The area enclosed by the loop of the curve

( )

22

2

−=

xxy is revolved about the x–axis.The volume generated is(1)3

π

(2)32

π

(3)34

π

(4)38

π

31.

Which of the following best describes the graphof the given function?0x,x|,1x||1x|
)x(f

>−−+=

.(1) (2)(3) (4)

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