0 Up votes0 Down votes

4 views6 pagesmaths for good knowledge

Mar 23, 2016

© © All Rights Reserved

PDF or read online from Scribd

maths for good knowledge

© All Rights Reserved

4 views

maths for good knowledge

© All Rights Reserved

- Physics FB
- 1796 (2)
- Gharelu Ilaj (Homemade Cure)
- Taxes & Rules
- Int Monetary Systems
- woodchurchpresentation.pptx
- Physics of HSSC Annual Examinations 2013 Part-1
- General Science 15
- Financial Institutions
- ch12.ppt
- The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life
- Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind
- Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race
- Shoe Dog: A Memoir by the Creator of Nike
- The Unwinding: An Inner History of the New America
- The Little Book of Hygge: Danish Secrets to Happy Living
- Never Split the Difference: Negotiating As If Your Life Depended On It
- Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future
- Yes Please
- A Heartbreaking Work Of Staggering Genius: A Memoir Based on a True Story

You are on page 1of 6

I Answer Sheet No. 23
Sig. of Invigilator..
MATHEMATICS HSSC-I
SECTION — A (Marks 20)
Time allowed: 25 Minutes
NOTE: Section-A is compulsory and comprises pages 1-2. All parts of this section are to be answered on tho
question paper itself. It should be completed in the first 25 minutes and handed over to the
Centre Superintendent, Deleting/overwriting Is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil.
Q.4 Circle the correct option ie. A/B/C /D. Each part carries one mark.
() Real part of
1
A D. None of these
ve B. % c ¥
(il) Number of elements in the set {{a.b},{b,c}.4c,d}} ist
mG BS G4 D. None of these
(ii) The set {1,,0°}, where a* =1 is an abelian group under:
A Addtition B. — Multipication C. Division D. None of these
23 21
(vf B 9 =a 1 2 then a=
bist] psd
A 3 BO 6 c 9 oD
(¥) Fora square matrix 4,4~ 4! is:
A Symmetric BB. -—s Hermitian =<. SkewHermitianD. Skew symmetric
s 5
wy) (143) +(-1-V3) =
A B48 Ca Ss 4
(vi) The formation of pata fractions of =
A Bete c
A + B. +
x-2 Pe Te4l0 4 7e+10
c. =o D. _ None of these
x+2 x45
(it) 142 are in AP, then b=
ate 2ae 2ac
A ac 8 Co ox De
Tt
(x) The sum of infinite geometric series 3+ 2+ 5+ =
a 5 i G @ D. —_ None of these
(x) Factorial form of 1(~1)(02~ 2)unuedn—r +=
os a — D. None of these
A eA : Grol CO rit
Page 1 of 2 (Math)be WoT WRITE ANYTHING HERE
(i) If"®, =30then n
aA ss Ba 6 ca 10 O15
, the sixth term from the end is:
(xi) Inthe expansion of (
A Sth term B.7thterm C. 4th term D. None of these
2
A 7 B. 0 Cc. = D. None of these
cos O
(xiv)
A 30° B 120” c. 4s? D. 60°
(xv) tanQr +8) =
A coro B - cote cs D.
cote
(vi) cos3a=
A 4sin'a-3sina B 2005 32 sin 3
© cos? 3 sin? AE D. None of these
. x
Covi) Period of Scos = =
A. Qa B. 6m c. 30m D. lor
(vil) sin“! :
AZ ecostx Bo cox tan x2 ncastx
2 2 2
(xix) sin? =
2
Lecosar -sinar Hsin
A = 8 cE D.
(x) FP is:
4a Eu Ea 2a
— + nm} U \— + Qn B. — + na) —— + ne
c 7 a
4
©. fr amu = + ann} D. None of these
For Examiner's use only:
Total Marks: 20
Marks Obtained:
AHA 1511
Page 2 of 2 (Math)MATHEMATICS HSSC-1 2 7
Time allowed: 2:35 Hours Total Marks Sections B and C: 80
NOTE: Attempt any ten parts from Section ‘B’ and any five questions from Section ‘C’ on the separately
provided answer book. Use supplementary answer sheet i.e. Sheet-B if required. Write your
answers neatly and legibly. Graph paper will be provided on request.
SECTION ~ B (Marks 40)
Q.2 Attempt any TEN parts. All parts carry equal marks. (10x4=40)
@ Show that vz eC, z* +2? isa real number.
(i) Construct the truth table of [(p > 9) p] > 4
(ii) Show that Jas! @ a
@ atl a =P Ga+l)
a a at
(iv) Show that roots of (mx +c)? = 4ax will be equal if ¢ = © ms0
(v) Resolve into partial fractions —
(7 41)(x41)
(vl) How many terms of the series (7) + (-5)+(-3) +... amount to 65?
(vii) How many arrangements of the letters of the given word, taken all together, can be made “PAKISTAN”
10
2
(vil) Find the term independent of x, in the expansion of (: - 2)
x
‘What is the circular measure of the angle between the hands of a watch at 4 o'clock?
I-sing
Prove the Identity (sec @ - tan 4)"
lasing
cosi1” +sin 11” c
(x) Prove that an 56
cos it” sin tI”
(xi) Find the area of the triangle ABC, given three sides a =524 , b= 276 , c=315
(«iy showthat =, 11
GR ~ ab * be" ca .
ra 5 ant a tant
(xiv) Prove tan"! * stant? tan”! © + tan’
n 6 3
FECTION ~ C (Marks 40)
Note: Attempt any FIVE questions. All questions carry equal marks. (5x8=40)
Q.3 Use Matrices to solve the system x, - 2x, +x, =-4
6
2x, 3x) 42a
2x, 42x +a, 5
Q.4 If x41, x-2 are factors of x’ + px’ +x +6, by use of Synthetic division find the values of p and q.
Q.5 Sumton terms of the series 3 +33 +333 +...
non onal
Q6 Provethat. » ¢ = ¢
Q.7 Find the values of remaining trigonometric functions, sin 8 = ~ a and terminal arm of the angle is not in
quadrant 111.
Q.8 Draw the graph of cos. x from 0° to 360°
@9 Solve the equationsin 2x = cos
AHA 1811Answer Sheet No. 3 yy
Sig. of Invigilator.
MATHEMATICS HSSC-I
SECTION — A (Marks 20)
Time allowed: 25 Minutes
NOTE: Section-A is compulsory and comprises pages 1-2. All parts of this section are to be answered on the
question paper itself. It should be completed in the first 25 minutes and handed over to the
Centre Superintendent. Deleting/overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil.
Q.1 Circle the correct option i.
A/B/C /D. Each part carries one mark.
() imaginary part of ~~
ie
: c
A 4 B. 4 G es D.
2 2
(il) (4-BY AB=
A Be B. A c. B D.
(ill) The value of the determinant |! 2 3x
2 3 6x\=
B 3 9x
A 6 a 4 Cc. i8e Do
(iv) if Ais a symmetric or skew symmetric matrix, then 4? will be:
A Symmetric B. Skew Symmetric
©. Hermitian D. Skew Hermitian
() If @ is a.cube root of unity, then an Equation whose roots are 202,20”, will be
A 42x40 Bx? -2r+420
. 4x-2=0 DP +4x42=0
2
(vi) The formation of partial fractions of *, + wit be:
Pat
A a B.
wl
co atB, CHD .
Tat
(vil) Ifa, = 2n—5 , then nth term will be:
A 2n Bons! Ge oo Dont
(vil) x Kk? =
a
A mens b(2n-t) .
D. None of these
ut
(x) If P-=(9)(10)(11), then n=
A 6 B. 9 c. 3 D. 10
Page 1 of 2 (Math)DO NOT WRITE ANYTHING HERE
(*) The number of necktaces that can be made from 6 beads of different colours is:
A 720 Bo 120 c. 100 Dd 60
(xi) Middle term of (1+2)?"will be:
A nthterm B. (n-f}th term
©. (n+tyth term D. —_None of these
i
(xi) (2n+1)th term from the end in the expansion of ( : ) 7
a
A (nttyhterm —B. nth term ©. (ret}thterm =D. (n¥2}th term
(xiii)
A B. = cee D. None of these
sind 1ssind sind
(xv) an -s) =
2
1
A Tan@ BR ~cotd c D. -Tand
Tan
Gv) sine +8)=
A -c0s8 8. sing C. cos8 =
(evi) cos2a=
A Qsinta-1 2eosba-1 C. —Deos sin. None of these
Owii) sin3a=
5a 2 cos 8
A 2sin 5 cos 3 B Bsinrcosr
C.— Aeos? a-3eose “. D sinPx~ cos? a
(xvii) Period of sec9x =
1 2n
Ae eB x Ci in oF
(xx) see[sin"'(-4)]=
Ae Bo 2 ©. Z nm
2 3 2
(0) Solution set of sin x= +is
z
x Sx 7m ®
A 2} 0% 4 2 8. = 2ne} Ut" + 2nm
6 6 6 6
c fe + zn uv fz + 2m D. None of these
For Examiner's use only:
Total Marks: 20
Marks Obtained:
—1HA 1611 (ONN—
Page 2 of 2 (Math)MATHEMATICS HSSC-I 3 6
Time allowed: 2:35 Hours Total Marks Sections B and C: 80
NOTE: Attempt any ten parts from Section ‘B’ and any five questions from Section ‘C’ on the separately
provided answer book. Use supplementary answer sheet i.e. Sheet-B if required. Write your
answers neatly and legibly. Graph paper will be provided on request.
SECTION ~ B (Marks 40)
Q.2 Attempt any TEN parts. All parts carry equal marks. (10x4=40)
() Separate in to real and imaginary parts cs
>
(i) If (G,*) @ group with e its identity, then eis unique
(i) Evaluate fap ga
la att all
lata
(iv) When the Polynomial x° + 2x” + kx +4is divided by x-2, the remainder is 14. Find the value of k
() — Resolve —7**25._into Partial Fractions.
+44)
(vl) Find the sum of 20 terms of the series whose rth termis 3r +1
(vil) How many signals can be made with 4 — different flags when any number of them are to be used at a
time?
e
(vil) Determine the middle term in the expansion of (: - x)
(x) Twocities A and B lie on the equator such that their longitudes are 45°E and 25°W respectively.
Find the distance between two cities, taking radius of Earth as 6400 kms.
(%) Prove the identity sin® @ + cos 3sin? cos? 6
(xi) Prove without using calculator cos 306° + cos 234° +cos 162° +cos 18°
in +sin 30 +sin$@-+sin 70
088+ cos 30 +.c0850 + cos 70
(xii) Prove that =n 40
(xii) Prove that Se
a
(iv) Prove 2tan“!? = sin 12
3 13
SECTION - C (Marks 40)
Attempt any FIVE questions. Ali questions carry equal marks. (5x8=40)
Q.3 Use Cramer's rule to solve the system 35, 42, —x, = 4
x +m-2y=—4
42x =x,
@.4 Solve the equation V5x7 +742 ~Vax? +7"+18 =3-4
Q.5 Find 6 AMs between 2 and 5.
113 1135 1
Pat 8"
Q.7 fas p+y=180" show that cot a cot f + cot A cot y + cot y cota
Q.8 Draw the graph of sinx from 0° to 360°.
Q.9 Solve the equation sin” x +cos
Q6 If2y= . then prove that 4y? +4y—
HA 1611 (NN

- Physics FBUploaded byPirate
- 1796 (2)Uploaded bybilla ji
- Gharelu Ilaj (Homemade Cure)Uploaded bybilla ji
- Taxes & RulesUploaded bybilla ji
- Int Monetary SystemsUploaded bybilla ji
- woodchurchpresentation.pptxUploaded bybilla ji
- Physics of HSSC Annual Examinations 2013 Part-1Uploaded bySohail Arshad Arain
- General Science 15Uploaded bybilla ji
- Financial InstitutionsUploaded bybilla ji
- ch12.pptUploaded bybilla ji

## Much more than documents.

Discover everything Scribd has to offer, including books and audiobooks from major publishers.

Cancel anytime.