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FUNCTIONS
PREVIOUS EAMCET BITS
1. If f: [2, 3]
IR is defined by
( )
3
fxx3x2
= +
, then the range f(x) is contained in the interval :
[EAMCET 2009]
1)
[ ]
1,12
2)
[ ]
12,34
3)

[ ]
35,50
4)
[ ]
12,12
Ans: 2Sol.
( ) ( )
f212andf334
= =

Range = [12, 34]

2.
32
2x1xIR:IRx4x3x
=+ +

[EAMCET 2009]
1)
{ }
IR0
2)
{ }
IR0,1,3
3)
{ }
IR0,1,3
4)1IR0,1,3,2
+
Ans: 3Sol.
( )
( )( )
2
2x12x1xx1x3xx4x3
=+ ++ +

is not defined if
( )( )
xx1x30
+ + =

x3,1,0
=

3. Using mathematical induction, the numbers a
n
‘s are defined by
( )
20n1n
a1,a3nnan0
+
= = + +
, then a
n
=
[EAMCET 2009]
1)
32
nn1
+ +
2)
32
nn1
+
3)
32
nn
4)
32
nn
+
Ans: 2Sol.
0121
a1,a1,a31a5
= = = + + =
and so on. Verify (2) is correct4. The number of subsets of {1, 2, 3, …….9} containing at least one odd number is
[EAMCET 2009]

1) 324 2) 396 3) 496 4) 512Ans: 3Sol. Number of subsets
94
225121646
= = =

4. If
C
is defined by
( )
2ix
fxe
=
forxR
, then f is (where C denotes the set of all complexnumbers)
[EAMCET 2008]
1) one-one 2) onto 3) one-one and onto 4) neither one-one nor ontoAns: 4Sol.
( )
2ix
fxecos2xisin2x
= = +

( ) ( )
f0f1
= π =
is not one oneThere exists not
( )
xRfx2
=
is not onto.5. If
f:RR
and g:RR
are defined by
( )
fxx
=
and
( )
[ ]
gxx3forxR
=
, then
( )
( )
88gfx:x55
< <
=
[EAMCET 2008]
1) [0, 1] 2) [1, 2] 3) {–3, –2} 4) {2, 3}

Functions
2Ans: 3Sol.8888x0x3x335555
− < < ⇒ ≤ < <
73x3x33or25
− ≤ < − ⎤ =

( )
( )
{ }
88gfx:x3,255
< < =
6. If
[ ]
f:6,6R
defined by
( )
2
fxx3
=
for xR
then
( )( ) ( )( ) ( )( )
fofof1fofof0fofof1
+ + =

[EAMCET 2008]
1)
( )
f42 2)
( )
f32 3)
( )
f22 4)
( )
f2Ans: 1Sol.
( )( ) ( )( ) ( )( )
fofof1fofof0fofof1233229
+ + = + =

( )
f4232329
= =
7. If Q denotes the set of all rational numbers and
22
pfpqq
=
for anypQ,q
then observethe following statements
[EAMCET 2007]
I)ppfisrealforeachQqq
II)pq
is complex number for eachpQq
Which of the following is correct ?1) Both I and II are true 2) I is true, II is false3) I is false, II is true 4) Both I and II are falseAns: 3Sol.1f1432
= =
is an imaginary
I is false
22
pfpqq
=
it is a complex number
II is true8. If f:R
is defined by
( )
1fx2cos3x
=
for each xR
, then the range of f is
[EAMCET 2007]
1)1,13
2)1,13
3) (1, 2) 4) [1, 2]Ans: 2Sol. Max. and Min. values of 2 – cos3x are 3 and 1
Range =1,13

9. If
f:R
and g:
are defined by f(x) = x – [x] and g(x) = [x] forx
, where [x] isThe greatest integer not exceeding x, then for everyx
,
( )
( )
fgx=
[EAMCET 2007]

Functions
31) x 2) 0 3) f(x) 4) g(x)Ans: 2Sol.
( )
( )
fgx
( ) ( )
gxgx
=

[ ] [ ]
xx0
= =
10. If
=
is defined by
( )
[ ]
1fxxxforx2
=
, where [x] is the greatest integer notexceeding x, then
( )
1x:fx2
=
=……
[EAMCET 2006]
1) Z, the set of all integers 2) IN, the set of all natural number3)
φ
, the empty set 4)
Ans: 3Sol.
( )
[ ]
1fxxx,x2
= − −

( )
1fx2
=

[ ][ ]
11xx22xx1
==

{ }
x1
=
which is not possible, where {x} denotes the fractional part11. If
=
is defined by
( )
[ ] [ ]
fx2x2xforx
=
. where [x] is the greatest integer notexceeding x, then the range of f is
[EAMCET 2006]
1)
{ }
x:0x1
2) {0, 1}3)
{ }
x:x0
>
4)
{ }
x:x0
Ans: 2Sol.
( )
[ ] [ ]
fx2x2x,x0
= − =
xwherexa
= = +

0f0.5
< <
1,x
=
xafwhere0.5a1
= + <

Range = {0, 1}

12. If
f:
is defined by
( )
x4forx4fx3x2for4x4x4forx4
+ < −= + <
then the correct matching of List Ifrom List II is
[EAMCET 2006]
List I List IIA)
( ) ( )
f5f4
+
i) 14B)
( )
( )
ff8
ii) 4C)
( ) ( )
( )
ff7f3
+
iii) – 11