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WHERE INSPIRATION FINDS YOU A PATH TO SUCCESS

MAHESH TUTORIALS COMMERCE
S.Y.J.C.
Preliminary Examination II
Subject : Mathematics and Statistics

Note : (i) All questions are compulsory.
(ii) Figure to the right indicates full marks.
(iii) Answer to every question must be written on a new page.
SECTION I
Q.1. Attempt any SIX of the following : ( 2 Marks Each) (12)
(1) Express the truth of the following logical statement by Venn diagram:
(a) All rational numbers are real numbers.
(b) All natural numbers are real numbers and x is not a natural number.
(2) If A =
2 1 3
3 2 1
(
(

, B =
1 2
3 4
2 3
(
(
(
(

Show that (AB) = B A
(3) Find
dy
dx
if y = (tan x)
sin x
(4) Find
dy
dx
if y = sin
1
(cos x)
(5) The revenue is given by R = D
2
-40 D, where D is demand of the commodity. For what
values of D the revenue is increasing?
(6) Evaluate
1
1+cosx
}
dx
(7) Evaluate
9
4
1
x
}
dx.
(8) Find the area of the region bounded by the curve y = x
4
between x = 1 and x = 5.
Q.2. (A) Attempt any TWO of the following : ( 3 Marks Each) (06)
(1) By using truth table, show that p q = (p q) . (q p)
(2) Solve the following equations by reduction method.
x + y + z = 3, 3x - 2y + 3z = 4 and 5x + 5y + z = 11.
(3) Find the inverse of the matrix A =
1 5
3 2
l

l
l

l
Date : 02/01/2014
Marks : 80
Duration : 3 Hrs.
Set No. : II
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(B) Attempt any TWO of the following : ( 4 Marks Each) (08)
(1) If a function of f is continuous at x = 0, where
f(x) =
sin(3x)
5x
+ a, for x < 0
= x + 4 b for x > 0
Find the value of a + b.
(2) Find
dy
dx
if y = (cos x)
log x
+ (log x)
x
(3) Evaluate
2
dx
3x 4x 2
]
.
Q.3. (A) Attempt any TWO of the following : ( 3 Marks Each) (06)
(1) Write the converse, inverse and contrapositive of the following statement :
"If you are good in Mathematics then you are good in Logic".
(2) Evaluate
| |
sin(logx) cos(logx) +
}
dx
(3) Evaluate
2
8
(x 2)(x 4) + +
}
dx
(B) Attempt any TWO of the following : ( 4 Marks Each) (08)
(1) The cost C of producing x chairs is given by C = `
x
100
3
| |
+
|
\ .
. The chairs are sold at
`
x
10
3000
| |

|
\ .
per chair. Find the number of chairs to be sold for maximum profit.
(2) Discuss the continuity at x = 1 for the function defined as
f(x) =
2
1 cos x
(1 x)
t

, for x 1
= t , for x = 1
(3) Evaluate
/ 2
0
logsinx dx
t
}
.
SECTION II
Q.4. (A) Attempt any SIX of the following : ( 2 Marks Each) (12)
(1) A salesman is appointed on a fixed monthly salary of ` 1,500 together with a
commission at 5% on the sales over ` 10,000 during a month. If his monthly income is
` 2,050, find his sales during that month.
(2) A car worth ` 3,80,000 is insured for ` 2,50,000. In an accident it is damaged to the
extent of ` 76,000. Find the amount of compensation that can be claimed under the
policy.
(3) For an immediate annuity paid for 3 years with interest compounded at 10% p.a., the
present value is 10,000. What is its accumulated value after 2 years.
(4) For a bivariate data,
( x - x ) (y - y ) = 121 and n = 10.
Calculate covariance between x and y.
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(5) Following are the two regression equations for a bivariate data.
8x-10y+ 66 = 0 and 40x-18y-214 = 0,
find the mean values of x and y.
(6) Three balanced coins are tossed simultaneously. If X denotes the number of heads,
find the probability distribution of X.
(7) If X has Poisson distribution with parameter m = 1;
Find P(X s 1), (Use e
-1
= 0.3678794)
(8) Give the p.d.f. of a continuous random variable X as
f(x) =
2
x
3
, - 1 < x < 2
= 0 , otherwise
Determine the c.d.f. of X and hence find P(X < 1).
Q.5. (A) Attempt any TWO of the following : ( 3 Marks Each) (06)
(1) Calculate CDR from the data given below :
Age group (years) No. of persons (in 000) No of deaths
Below 10 12 150
10 30 20 10
30 45 35 380
45 70 24 210
Above 70 15 540
(2) The ratio of prices of two cycles was 16: 23. Two years late when the price of the first
cycle has increased by 10% and that of second by ` 477, the ratio of prices becomes
11 : 20, find the original prices of two cycles.
(3) Solve the following minimal assignment problem.
A B C D
I 3 4 6 5
II 5 6 10 9
III 1 2 3 2
IV 4 10 6 4
(B) Attempt any TWO of the following : ( 4 Marks Each) (08)
(1) If for a bivariate data, u =
X 70
10

and
v =
Y 60
20

and u = 60, v = 40, u

2
= 4260,
v
2
= 1720, u v = 1150 and n = 10, find regression coefficient of x on y and on
x. Also find the value of r.
(2) Complete the life table for the following data :
X 0 1 2 3 4 5
l
x
30 26 18 10 4 0
(3) Two products A and B are available at the cost of ` 30 and ` 20 per pack respectively.
Food A contains 80 and 9 units of proteins and vitamins respectively and Food B
contains 40 and 5 units of proteins and vitamins respectively. Find how many packs of
A and B must be purchased so as to meet the requirement of 600 units of proteins and
72 units of vitamins at the minimum cost.
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Q. 6. (A) Attempt any TWO of the following : ( 3 Marks Each) (06)
(1) In a certain city 20% of persons are vegetarians. If 5 persons from the city are
chosen at random, find the probability that
(i) none is vegetarian
(ii) at least one is vegetarian.
(2) On an average a company produce three defective bikes everyday. Find the
probability that the company produces
(i) no defective bikes
(ii) at most 1 defective bike
(iii) at least 2 defective bikes Given e
-3
= 0.4979]
(3) How much should a company set aside at the end of each year if it has to buy a
machine expected to cost ` 1,00,000 at the end of 4 years & interest rate is 5% p.a.
compounded annually.
(B) Attempt any TWO of the following : ( 4 Marks Each) (08)
(1) Solve the following L.P.P.
Minimize Z = 10x+ 15y
Subject to 2x+ 3y s 12
2x+ y > 6
x > 0, y > 0
(2) Taking population A as a standard population, find the standard death rate of the two
districts. Which of the districts is healthier.
Age Group 0 10 10 55 Above 55
Population A
Death in A
4000
48
6000
18
3000
90
Population B
Death in B
3000
27
7000
28
4000
72
(3) Six jobs go first over the machine M and then over machine N, one at a time. The time
schedule for the task is given below. Determine the sequences of the jobs, which will
minimize the processing time. Also find the total elapsed time and the idle time for
both the machines.
Jobs
Machines
A B C D E F
M 5 9 4 7 8 6
N 7 4 8 3 9 5