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Solutions for JMET-2

1.

( ) ( ) ( )

∫ −π=∫

ππ

00

dxxsinf xdxxsinf x

or

( ) ( )

∫ π=∫

ππ

00

dxxsinf
21dxxsinf x

Choice (1)

2.

( ) ( )( ) ( )( )

Atan0Bsin
C2/sinBsinCBAsin
0CBtanBAcos

−−π++
++

=

Atan0Bsin
CcosBsinsin
0AtanCcos

−π−−

∆

=0AtanCcos
Atan0Bsin
CcosBsin0

−−−

(rearranging rows)Since, the matrix is a skew-symmetric matrix of oddorder the determinant is zero. Choice (4)

3.

n(A) = 4, n(B) = 6Number of mappings that can be defined fromA to B = 6

4

Number of injective mappings that can be defined fromA to B =

6

P

4

∴

Required probability =1856666
3456
6P

446

=××××××=

Choice (3)

4.

Standard Result: If R and S are relations such thatS

⊆

A

×

B; R

⊆

B

×

C; and R

ο

S

⊆

A

×

C;then; (R

ο

S)

–1

= S

–1

ο

R

–1

Here A = B = C. Hence (R

ο

S)

–1

= S

–1

ο

R

–1

Interchanging R and S, we have(S

ο

R)

–1

= R

–1

ο

S

–1

Choice (3)

5.

Let 5sin

θ

+ 12cos

θ

= k

⇒

13(5/13 sin

θ

+ 12/13 cos

θ

) = kor 13(sin

α

sin

θ

+ cos

α

cos

θ

) = kwhere sin

α

= 5/13 and cos

α

= 12/13i.e., 13[cos (

θ

–

α

)] = kor cos(

θ

–

α

) =

±

1

∴

θ

–

α

= 0 or 180 ,

θ

–

α

≠

360° as

θ

≤

360° and

α

≠

0

∴

Two solutions exist. Choice (3

)6.

The maximum possible value is obtained at the point of intersection of the lines y = 4 – x and y =2x– 1 i.e., at x =310

∴

Max (f(x))= Min (4 –310,23/10

–

1) =32.Choice (2)

7.

The statement given in choice (3) is true.(1) is false as we must have l

+

m

+

n = 0(2) is false. Volume = 1/6

]cba[

(4) is false as in the given case

]cba[

= 0Choice (3)

8.

Required Area =

∫

43

dy]y[
=

4343

)y(3dy3

=∫

= 3 (4 – 3) = 3 sq.units Choice (2)

9.

Let r be the radius of the circle.Note that the slant height of the cone is r And the circumference of the base is r

α

If x is the radius of the base x =

⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛ πα

2r

Let V represent the volume of the cone.V=

⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛

31

π

x

2

h where h is the height of the cone.V

2

=

⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛

91

π

2

x

4

h

2

where h

2

= r

2

– x

2

=

⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛ π×

46

649r (4

π

2

α

4

–

α

6

)If we denote (4

π

2

α

4

–

α

6

) by u; then

α

ddu= 16

π

2

α

3

– 6

α

5

22

dud

α

= 48

π

2

α

2

– 30

α

4

α

ddu= 0 gives

α

2

=

38

2

π

For this value of

α

2

, it can be seen that

22

dud

α

isnegative. Therefore, the required value of the angle

α

= 2

π

32

Choice (3)

10.

If xy > x + y, then 1 > (x + y) / xyor 1/x + 1/y < 1

→

(1)Since A.M.

≥

G.M1/x + 1/y

≥

2xy1

→

(2)combining (1) and (2)1xy2

<

or 2 < xy

⇒

xy > 4 Choice (1)

11.

Given equation: a sinx + b cosx = cDividing above equation with

22

ba

+

; we have

222222

bacxcos.babxsin.baa

+=+++

sin ( x +

φ

)=

22

bac

+

where

φ

= sin

–1

⎟⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎜⎝ ⎛ +

22

baa As 0

≤

)x(sin

φ+

≤

1; we have 0

≤

c

≤

22

ba

+

Hence, if c>

22

ba

+

; no solution exists.Choice (3)

12.

Let AB = 2x be the vertical pole and C be the midpointof AB such that AC = BC = x.Given AP = Nab = 2nx

∠

CPA =

α

and

∠

BPA =

β

.Fro,

∆

le

CAP,tan

α

=n21nx2xAPAC

==

From

∆

le

BAP

β

ABCPxx

α

2

tan(

α

+

β

) =n21nx2xAPAB

==

∴

tan

β

= tan ((

α

+

β

) –

α

)=

( )( )

αβ+α+
α−β+α

tantan1tantan

⇒

tan

β

=1n2nn21n11n21n1

2

+=⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛ ⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛ +⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛ −⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛

Choice (1)

13.

Given: A = 0; b = z; C = zi ; D = z(1 + i)Taking z = x + iy; we haveA = (0,0); B (x, y) C = (–y, x) and D = (x – y, x + y)Now AB =

22

yx

+

;BC =

( ) ( )

22

xyyx

−++

=

⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎝ ⎛ +

22

yx2 CD =

22

yx

+

;AD =

( ) ( )

22

xyyx

++−

=

⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎝ ⎛ +

22

yx2.AC =

22

yx

+

; BD =

22

yx

+

Here AB = CD; BC = AD and AC = BD

∴

ABCD form a square. Choice (3)

14.

Given lines:

2x + y = 3y = 3 – 2xArea A = xy = 3x – 2x

2

=

dxdA

3 – 4x = 0

43x

=

Area

892343

=×=

. Choice (3)

15.

OBOA21A

1

×=

=

ba621

×

= 3

ba

×

OCOAA

2

×=

=

( )

ab12

×

= 12

ba

×

21

AA

=41

⇒

1

A

=41

2

A

∴

k =41Choice (4)

16.

We have 0

≤

cos

–1

x

≤

π

∴

cos

–1

x =

π

, cos

–1

y =

π

, cos

–1

z =

π

⇒

x = –1, y = –1, z = –1

⇒

xy + yz + xz = 3. Choice (4)

17.

In this case, we need to identify a point 'c' in the interval(a, b) such that f '(c) =ab)a(f )b(f

−−

(slope of line joining'a' and 'b' the end points).Given f(x) = x

3

– 5x

⇒

f '(x) = 3x

2

– 5taking, f '(c) =ab)a(f )b(f

−−

3c

2

– 5 =

02)0(f )2(f

−−

= 3c

2

– 5 = –1

⇒

3c

2

= 4

⇒

c =

±

32Since c

∈

[0, 2], c =32Choice (1)

18.

S

1

=

∑−=∞+++=

a11.....aa1a

2n

S

2

=

∑⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎝ ⎛ +

∞=

0nn

54a51

⎥⎥⎦⎤⎢⎢⎣⎡∞+⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛ ++⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛ ++=

.....54a54a151

2

=

1

Sa1154a1151

=−=⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛ +−⋅

∴

S

1

= S

2

. Choice (2)

19.

Let f: A

→

B and f(x) =

⏐

x

⏐

If x

1

, x

2

∈

A then f(x

1

), f(x

2

)

∈

BNow if f(x

1

) = f(x

2

)

⇒

⏐

x

1

⏐

=

⏐

x

2

⏐

⇒

x

1

=

±

x

2

∴

f is not injective.Also f(1) =

⏐

1

⏐

= 1 and f(–1) =

⏐

–1

⏐

= 1If y

∈

B, such that f(x) = y then

⏐

x

⏐

= y,i.e., y is always positive, which is not ture since –1

∈

B

∴

There is no x in A for every y in B.

∴

f(x) is not surjective Choice (4)

20.

x

n

= AR

n – 1

log x

n

= log A + (n – 1) log RGiven determinant, on applying C

1

+ C

3

,

( ) ( )( ) ( )( ) ( )

6n6n12n22
3n3n6n22
nnn22

xlogARlogRAlog
xlogARlogRAlog
xlogARlogRAlog

++++++

Observe that the first column in twice the secondcolumn. Hence, the value of the determinant equalszero. Choice (4)

21.

We know that the number of non-negative integralsolutions of the equationx

1

+ x

2

+ x

3

+ …… + x

k

= n (n

∈

N) is

(n + k – 1)

C

k–1

So, the number of non-negative integral solutions of 10

≤

x

1

+ x

2

+ x

3

+ x

4

≤

20=

13

C

3

+

14

C

3

+

15

C

3

+

16

C

3

+

17

C

3

+

18

C

3

+

19

C

3

+

20

C

3

+

21

C

3

+

21

C

3

+

22

C

3

+

23

C

3

= (

13

C

4

+

13

C

3

) +

14

C

3

+ …….+

23

C

3

–

13

C

4

[

∵

n

C

r

+

n

C

r–1

=

(n + 1)

C

r

]=

24

C

4

–

13

C

4

(applying the formula successively)=1234
10111213
1234
21222324

××××××−××××××

= 10626 – 715 = 9911 . Choice (2)DABC

•

•

•

•

3

22.

The number of friends of Anand from city Y is x and thenumber of friends of Bimal from city Z is x + 3.Let the number of common friends in IIT be y.

∴

total number of friends = x + (x + 3) + y = 12 (given)or 2x + y = 9 ; x, y > 0. Also the total number of gamesplayed, as per the given conditions is,N = x(x + 3) + xy + (x + 3)yThe possible conditions are listed:X 1 2 3 4Y 7 5 3 1N 39 45 45 39

∴

the maximum number of games that could have beenplayed is 45. Choice (4)

23.

In option 2:

0x1sinxlim

20

=

→θ

But, given that f(0) = 3

∴

f(x) is not continuous at x = 0 Choice (2)

24.

Given f(a) = 3; f '(a) = –3; g(a) = 2, g '(a) = 3Using L' Hospital rule we get

( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( )

1aga'f a'gaf
xaagxf xgaf
lim

ax

−−=−−

→

=

( ) ( )( )

12333

−+

= –15 Choice (1)

25.

There are 43 numbers between 101 and 400 which aremultiples of 7; 23 numbers between 101 and 400 whichare multiples of 13 and 3 numbers between 101 and400 which are multiplies of 7 and 13.Therefore,P (player wins Rs. 100/–)

( )

152300343

=−=

.P (Player wins Rs. 150/–)

( )

151300323

=−=

and P (player wins Rs. 250/–)10013003

==

.The expected value in the game

⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛ ×+×+×=

1001250151150152100 rupees.= Rs. 25.83Since the admission fee is Rs. 25/– gain of for theplayer = (25.83 – 25) rupees.= Rs. 0.83. Choice (1)

26.

Let AB =

ℓ

, thenAD =

ℓ

cos30 =

l

23and BD =

ℓ

sin 30 =2

l

∴

The coordinates of B are

⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛

2,23

ll

since, B lies on y

2

= 8x,

⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛ =⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛

ll

2382

2

or

ℓ

= 163units Choice (4)

27.

11

)x10cos1(
)x10cos1(

−−

−+

=[

Q

1

−

x + x

2

+ ….. + (

−

1)

n

x

n

+….. = (1 + x)

−

1

and1 + x + x

2

+ …. + x

n

+ ……= (1

−

x)

–1

]

⇒

x5sin1
x5sin1
x10cos1
x10cos1

+−=+−

By method of elimination of choices we find that onlychoice (4) satisfies the equation. Choice (4)

28.

Given focus = (0,

±

4) = (0,

±

be) and e =54

⇒

be =

±

4

⇒

5b4=

±

4

⇒

b =

±

5 and a

2

= b

2

(1

−

e

2

)

∴

Required ellipse is25y9x

22

+

= 1. Choice (3)

29.

Given f(x) = (5 – (x – 8)

5

)

1/3

let f(x) = y

⇒

(5 – (x – 8)

5

)

1/3

= y

⇒

(x – 8)

5

= 5 – y

3

⇒

x = 8 + (5 – y

3

)

1/5

Now, let z = g(x) = (8 + (5 – x

3

)

1/5

, thenf(g(x))[5 – [8 + (5 – x

3

)

1/5

– 8]

5

]

1/3

]= (5 – (5 – x

3

))

1/3

= xSimilarly, we can show that g(f(x)) = x.Hence, g(x) = 8 + (5 – x

3

)

1/5

is the inverse of f(x). Choice (2)

30.

S = 1 +

71

+14.73.1+21.14.7
5.3.1
+ ………

∞

S = 1 + 1

⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛

71+!23.1

2

71

⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛

+!35.3.1

3

71

⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛

+ ………

∞

The expansion is in the form(1 – x)

−

p/q

= ..........qx!2)qp(p
qxp1

2

+⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛ ++⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞⎜⎜⎝ ⎛ +

Here p = 1, p + q = 3, x/q = 1/7

⇒

q = 2, x = 2/7S = (1 – x)

–p/q

= (1 – 2/7)

–1/2

= (5/7)

–1/2

=5/7
Choice (2)

31.

Given |x

2

– 3x + 1| = x – 3, Hence (x – 3)

≥

0If x

2

– 3x + 1

≥

0; x

2

– 3x + 1 = x – 3x

2

– 4x + 4 = 0 or (x – 2)

2

= 0

⇒

x = 2, since x – 3

≥

0, x = 2 is not a valid solution.also, if (x

2

– 3x + 1) < 0 then –(x

2

– 3x + 1) = x – 3 or x

2

– 2x – 2 = 0

⇒

x = 1

±

3

As (1

±

3) – 3

≱

0, x = 1

±

3is not valid.Hence, the number of solutions = 0. Choice (1)

32.

Let

α

and

β

be the roots of the equation x

2

–3kx + 2e

2logk

– 1

then

αβ

= 7 (given)

⇒

(2 e

2logk

–1) = 7

⇒

2

2klog

e= 8

⇒

k

2

= 4i.e., k =

±

2. Choice (2)

33.

Given y =

1635x

2

−−

, for the curve to meet the x-axis, y = 0.1635x

2

−−

= 030°30°ABDC

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