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Special Instructiona I Useful Data
N denotes the set of natural numbers. Z denotes the set of integers.
lJli denotes the set of rational numbers.
R denotes the set of real numbers.
X denotes complement of a Boolean variable x. LPP denotes Linear Programming Problem. Max f denotes Maximum of {.
Min f denotes Minimum off
t' denotes derivative of f
E{X) denotes the expected value of a random variable X. Var(X) denotes the variance of a random variable X.
P (A ! B) denotes the condi tiona! pro ba hili ty of A gi ven B.
For all C programs, assume that all standard library functions are accessible.
c.i If (2, 1) is a critical point of f(x, y) and f_u{2, 1) {JY(2, 1) [f~{2, l)t < 0, then (A) (2~ 1) is a saddle point
(B) (2. 1) is a poi nt of local maximum (C) (2, 1) is a point of local minimum
(D) further investigation is required to determine the nature of the point
CA) [tx, y).= x2y+xy2 +5 (C) f{x~ y) = x2y+xy2 + 7
(B) ((x, y) =.r2y +xy2 5 (D) ((x. y) =X2y+xy2 7
Q If .fl ) {<  Y: if (xJ y) * (O~ O)~
.3 I ~x, y = x + y
o if (x, y) = (O~ 0),
then
(A) f_,;(O, 0) = 0, (,(0,0) = 1 (C) fx (O~ 0):; 1, (y(O, 0) =1
(8) f~(Ot 0) = 1, fy(O, 0) = 0 {D) t, (0, 0) = 1, t;. (0, 0) '" 1
QA
{A} 2f
(B) 3f
(el 5f
(D) 6{
10 "
Q.5
2 2 sin
The value of the integral f J_Y dy dx is
0.,; y
(A) 0
(B)
1
(C) 1
(D) 2

2
Q6 The volume of the solid bounded by the planes x + 2 Y + z = 2, x = 2 Y t X ;:; 0 and z = 0 is
(A)
1 2y2y 2~2'y
J J J dz dx dy
o 0 .,
l!
(B) j r 2Til~dz dy dx
O:! 0
2
(C)
1
(D) } J 2~r"'dz dy dx
o 0 CI
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Q.7 The area of the region bounded by the curves r == 1 and r2 ~ cos2 8, 05 e ~ ; t is
(A)
1r 2
(B)
tr 3
(C)
Jl 4
(D)
It 8
.r;2
Q.8 If {(x) = 1 t(t 1) dt ; then
(A) f has a local maximum at x "" 0 and a local mj oj mum at x ;;;:;: 1 (B) f has local minima. at x = 0 and x =. 1
(C) {has a local maximum at x = 1 and a local minimum at x = 0 (D) f has local maxima at x = 1 and x = 0
Q.9 If f(x} =ax3 +bx2 +x +1 has 810081 maximum value 3 at x = 2 ~ then
(A)
3 5
a= b=
4' 2
{B)
3 5
a=, b=
2 4
(C)
3 5
a=~b=
4 4
(D)
3 5
o=,b=
2 2
Q.l0 If a real valued function f is given by J;;J; f<:) dt = z.,[; +b, x > 0, where a> 0 and b are
. t
a
real constants, then f(4} is equal to
(A) 4
(Bl 6
{C) 8
(0) 10
Q.l1 The integral j log~ x dx 1 X
(A) con verges to e (C) converges to 1
1 (B) converges to  e
(D) diverges
Q.12
2 hY~ So h?
Let I;,,; J f 2xy dx dy + j J 2xy dx dy. Then using the transformation
oM :2 (I
Y ~ r sin (), integral I is equal to
x =,. case,
"
(A) J j rSo sin 20 dr ae o 0
~
(B) J j r3 sin 2Bdr «e (] CI
it
Jr
(D) 1 j r~ sin 20 dr dO o 2
(C) 1 j r3 sin 28 dr de
o 2
Q.13
Using Taylor's polynomial of the first degree, the approximate value of ~(3.01)2 + (3.98)2 is equal to
(A) 4.99 (B) 4.95 «» 5.01 (D) 4.92
Q.14
If z = y + f (x 1.  Y z)~ where f is differentiable, then y az + x az is equal to ib: dy
(el 2xy
(D) x
Q.15 If z = (x, y) ~ where x = g(tL y = h(t), g(3) = 2, g"(3) = 5. h(3) = 7, h~(3) = ~4, ~ (2, 7) = 6, t; (2. 7) = 8, then the value of dz at t :; 3 is
dt
(A) 62
(B) 60
(e) 72
(D) 52
Q.16 Consider the following C Program #include<stdio.h>
void main ( )
( int a[] ~ {lO,20,30.40}; int J,
int *p = a+3;
for fj=3; j>=O~ j) {
printf ~ "%d p=pl;
  *p) ;
}
}
The output of the above program is
(A) 9 19 29 39 (B) 39 29 19 9
(e) 40 30 20 10 {D} 38 28 18 8
Q.17 Consider the following C program fregment: int a",100, b",,20,
int c,d,e;
c = a&b,
d = alb;
e ~ c&d;
printf(~%dn, e);
The out pu t of the above fragment is
(A) 116
(B) 100
(C) 20
(D) 4
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Q.1S Consider the following C program fragment:
void get (int n) {
if (n<l)
return;
get (nl ~ ; printf{~%d~. n); get (n2} ;
}
The value ret umed by the function call get ( 4) is
(A) 3421211
(B) 3421121
(C) 1231412
(D) 1234121
Q.19 Binary equivalent of the hexadecimal number B81F is
(A) 1011100000011111 (C) 1011110110011111
(B) 1011101000011011 (D) 1011111000011001
Q.20 Consider the following C program fragment:
int i=10, m, n;
tn"'++i i printf(~%d,%d/u. m. i); n=i++; printf(~%d.%d~r li, i~;
The output of the above fragment is
(A) 11~ 11, 11~ 12 (B) 11~ 11, 12t 12
(C) 11, 12~ 12t 11 (D) n, 11~ 12~ 11
Q.21 Consider the following C program fragment:
int ii
int a[S]={lOOO.800,600,400,200}; for (i=O; i<5i i++)
print f ( "%d ~ I i [a J ) ;
Which of the following is true about this fragment?
(A) Error in the definition of array i
(B) Execution results in an infinite loop (C) The output is 1000 800 600 400 200 (D) The output is 1001 801 601 401 201
Q.22 Decimal value of {122)16 s (22)~ lies in the interval
(A) (15.5, 16)
(8) (16, 16_5)
(C) (16.5, 17}
(D) (17) 17.5)
Q23 Which one of the following units CANNOT be used to measure the speed of computer?
(A) MIPS
(B) MFLOPS
(C) FLOPS
(D) BAUD
Q.24 Twots complement of the binary number 101 LOI is
(A) 0100.10
(B) 0100.11
(C) 1011.10
(D) 0100.01
Q.25 FlipFlop circuits can be used for
(A) scaling
(B) rectification
(C) mod ulation
(D) counting
Q.26 What will the following C statement print?
{A} 8 (C) 7
(B) 9
(D) an error message
Q27 The following C program segment
iot a=4, b6; printf{~%d~. a~=b);
(A) prints 1
{C} gives run time error
(B) prints 0
(D) gives com pile time error
Q28 Consider the following C program fragment:
int i
cha~ str[6J~nsachin~;
for (i~O; i<5; i+=2' printf("%cN• *(l+str+il);
The output from the above program will be
(A) sci
(B) aci
(C) ahn
(D) ahi
Q.29 Windows operating system released in 2009 has been named as
(A) Windows Vista (C) Windows 8
(B) Windows 7
(D) Windows XP++
Q.30 Consider the following C program fragment:
void main t}
{ int a[5]~{50,60}J printf(~\n%d %d
}
~d~, a[2],a[3},a[4}}i
The output of the above program will be {A) Garbage val ues
(C) 50 60 0
Q.31 Consider the following C program fragment:
void main{} (
int x=20, y50;
if {x<y) return (X~X+Y}i else printf{~Zl~), printf ("Z2") ;
}
Then,
{A} the au tp u t will be Z lZ2 (C) the output will be Z2
Q.32 The optimal solution of the LPP Maximize f = 3 Xl  2X2
subject to  2Xl + 3x z S 6,
3x1 + 2X2 s 6~
2Xl x<,2 :;::: 2t XH.x2~O,
19
(A) {C)
10 6 18
Xl "'~ Xz =, Max f=
7 7 7
Xl ""1, x& =0] Max {=3
(B) 50 60 60 (D) 0 0 0
(B) the output will be ZI
(0) no output will be displayed
(0) Xl"" 2, x2 = I, Max f=4
Q _ 33 The optimal sol utionts) of the LPP Maximize f = Xl x::z
subject to XI X2 :$1,
2Xl +3x2 ;;:: 6~ xI,x2 ~O,
{A) (B)
is unbounded
are infinitely many along Xl  X 2 = 1 with Xl :;:: 9 ~ Max f = 1 5
are infinitely many along Xl X2 = 2 with Xl 2: ~, Max f = 2 5
(C) (D)
Q.34 The optimal solution(s} of the LPP Minimize f = 3xl +2r2
subject to
2Xl +X2 ~ 2~ 3xI + 2X2 :$ 6t X .. X2 ;;::0,
{A} IS unique (B) is bounded
(C) are infinitely many along 3x) + 2x 2 :::;: 6 (D) does not exist
Q.35 The LPP formulation of the unconstrained optimization problem Maximize y = min {13x1 +7x:l I,! 3xl 7X2 n~ Xu X2 ;;:: 0,
IS
(A) Max y such that 3xl + 7X2  y ~ 0 ,3xI 7X2  Y 2: 0 ,3xI 7X2 + y s O;Xl' X2~ Y ~ 0 (B) Max y such that 3x1 +7X2 +y $O,3xl 7;(2 y ~O.3Xl 7X2 +y :$O;XPX2J y ~O (C} Max y such that 3xl + 7X2  y 2: 0 ,3xI 7X2 + Y ~ 0 .ae, 7X2 + y 5 0;X1' X2~ Y ~ 0 (D) Max y such that 3x1 + 7X2  y 2: 0 .3xI 7x'1  y 2: 0 ,3xI 7X2  y ~ 0 ;Xl' X2~ y;:; 0
Q.36 Let
81 = {(x 1 x 2) : 2Xl + X2 :::: 2, Xl 2; 0, X 2 E R }. 82 = (c:r p x 2) : 2x l + X 2 = 2, Xl E R , X2 E R}. Then the set Sl U 82 is
(A) convex and unbounded (C) both convex and bounded
(B) not con vex but bounded
(D) neither convex nor bounded
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Q.37 With the conversion rate 1 U.S.D. ;:::: 48 INR, tan million U.S.D. is equivalent to
(A) 0.48 crores INR (e) 48 crores lNR
(8) 4.80 crores lNR (0) 481000 lacs INR
Q.38 Which one of the following cricketers did NOT play in the final match of 1983 Prudential World Cup won by India?
(A) Sunil Gavaskar
(0) Krishnamachari Srikkanth
(B) Mohinder Amarnath (D) Dili p Vengsarkar
Q,39 Consider the following lists:
List I
List II
L Ustad Alla Rakha
2 Ustad Bismillah Khan
3. Kunnakudi Vaidyanathan
4. Kadri Gopalanath
K. Saxophone
L. Tabla
M. Shehnai
N. Violin
Then the correct match is
(A) 0, L), (2, M), (3. K), (4, N) (C) 0, N), (2, L)~ (3, M), (4, K)
(B) (It N)~ (2, M), (3, L), (4, K) (D) (1~ L), (2) M), (3~ N), (4, K}
Q.40 Who among the following is NOT related to space exploration?
(A) Kalpana Chawla (C) Rakesh Sharma
{8) Bachendri Pal (D) Sunita Williams
QAl A tap fills a water tank in 20 minutes. Another tap fills the same tank in 30 minutes. If both taps are opened simultaneously, then the time taken (in minutes) to fill the tank is
(A) 10
(8) 12
(C) 16
(D) 20
Q.4 2 Who gave the slogan" J ai Jaw an, J ai Kisan"?
{A) Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose (C) Lal Bahad ur Shastri
(8) Charan Singh (D) Morarji Desai
Q.43 Which one of the following is NOT a permanent storage device?
(A) Pen drive
(B) Hard disk
(C) Compact disk (O) RAM
QA4 National Anthem of India was written by
(A) Mohammed Iqbal
(C) Rabindranath Tagore
(B) C. Rajagopalachari
(D) Bankim Chandra Chatterjee
Q.45 Who among the following has NOT been the Secretary General of United Nations Organi za tion?
(A) Kofi. Annan (C) U. Thant
(B) Ban IG Moon (D) F. Mi tterand
Q.46 The first Indian to win the World Junior Badminton Championship is
(A) Saina Nehwal
(C) Pullela Gopichand
(B) Sania Mirza
(D) Prakash Padukone
Q. 47 The a verage marks of a clas So of 25 students in a cl ass test is 80. On rechecking of records, it is found that marks of 2 students which were actually 85 and 90 have been wrongly entered as 65 and 55 respeetively. The correct average will be
(A) 81.40
(B) 81.70
(C) 83.50
(D) 82.20
Q.48 If the following table
p r
* s
S q
** r is to be filled with the alphabets from the set {p, q, r. s} such that each row and each column has distinct alphabets, then * and ** are respectively
(A) randp
(B) q and q
(C) rand q
(0) q andp
Q_ 49 In the sequence 1, 3, 5, 4, 8, 9, 12, 1 7 ~ X, ... , , .. , the value of x is
(A) 19
(B) 20
(C) 21
(D) 29
Q.50 Consider the following C program fragment:
void main ( ) {
int p.b.c,d.e; int a=2;
p=lOi
c=p*p,
switch(p«a) {
case 20~ (b~p*a; printf(~%dP, b); break;} case 40: {b=p*a*ai printf(n%d~. b}; breaki} case 80: {b~p*a*a*a; printf(~%dH, b); break;}
default: {b~p*a*a*a*a; printf(~%d~. b}; b~eak;}
}
}
The output of the above program fragment yields
{A} 20
(8) 40
(C) 80
(D) 160
Q.51 Consider the following lists:
List I
List II
1. FIFO
2. LIFO
3. OS
4. LINDO
P. Linear Programming
Q. Queue
R. Stack 8. Unix
The correct match is
(A) (1, R), e, P)~ (3~ S), «, Q) (C) (1, Q)~ (2~ R). (3, S)~ (4~ P)
{B) u, R), (2, Q), (3, S), (4, P) {O) (1, Q}, (2, P), (3, S), (4, R)
Q.52 http stands for
tA) hyper text transfer protocol
(C) high transfer trans port protocol
(8) hyper text transmission protocol (D) hyper transfer text protocol
Q.53 Consider the following lists; List I
L Procedural Oriented Language
2. Object Oriented Programming
3. Business Oriented Language
4. Web Page
List II
p_ COBOL Q_ HTML R C++
S Pascal
The correct rna teh is
(A) (1, S), (2, Q)I (3~ PM4, R) (O) (1, R), (2, S), (3, P),{4, Q)
{B) (1~ S), (2, R), (3, P),( 4, Q) (D) (1, S), (2t P)~ (3, Q).( 4, R)
Q.54 Let al ~ a2 and Qa be chosen randomly in Boolean algebra. The probability that a3 = 0, given that (at .02) at (al a3);: 0 tis
{A)
1 4
(B)
1 2
(C)
2 3
(D)
3 4
Q.55 Let T : N U{ol ~ ~ U {OJ be defined as follows.
2T(~)+T(n 2), if n IS even
T(O}= 0, T(1) = land for n ~ 2t T(n) = 2T(n;1 )+T{n2), if n is odd
o~
otherwise
Then T(7) is
(A) 13
(8) 12
(C) 7
(D) 6
Q.56 Which one of the following is NOT a search engine?
(A) Zing
(B) Google
(C) Yahoo
(0) Bing
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Q.57
Which one of the following matrices CANNOT be obtained by elementary row operations
[1 2 3J
on the matrix 2 3 I?
312
[~ 0 ~J (~ 0 ~J [: 0 ~J [! 3 ~J
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 2 (D) 2
0 2 3 1 Q.58 Consider the nonhomogeneous system Ax: e b where A is a square matrix of order n If the matrix A and the augmented matrix (A f b) have the same rank r where r < n , then the system has
(A) no solution
(C) exactly two solutions
(B) a unique solution
(D) infinite number of solutions
Q.59 Let W be the subspace of R"" given by W ~ {C.t, y, z, w); x +z +w = O} y+z +w = o}, Then the dimension of W is
(A) 4
(B) 3
(C) 2
(D) 1
Q.60
Eigenvectors of the matrix (1 1) corresponding to the eigenvalues (1 + i) and (1 i) 1 1
are respectively (where i =.ri)
(A) ( /) and G J (0) GJ and (~i)
(B) (~J and (:1) (0) (~i) and G)
Q61 Let N be a nilpotent matrix of order 4 with real entries. Then which one of the following statements is true about eigenvalues of N?
(A) All eigenvalues are nonzero rea I numbers (B) All eigenvalues are purely imaginary
{C) Zero is the only eigenvalue
(D) At least one eigenvalue is real and at least one eigenvalue has nonzero imaginary part
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Q.62 The nullity of the matrix.
[_36 0 2 2 J
42 24 54
21 21 0 15
IS
(A) 1 (8) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4 Q.63 The Boolean expression for the logic circuit
x
y
IS
(A) x • y (C) xEBy
{B} xEBy
(D) xffiy~(x.y)
Q.64 The Boolean expression (x + y) (£i (x $ y) is equivalent to
{A) OR gate (C) NOR gate
(B) NAND gate (D) XORgate
Q.65 Let S be the set of all four variable Boolean functions f having the property
{(Xl' x2, X3> "(4) = {(Xl. X3,.t"4' Xl) '" {(x3, X4' Xl' x2};:: f{x~, Xl' X2,.t3}. Then the
cardinality of Sis
Q.66 In Boolean algebra, the majority function M (x, y, z) is equal to 1 if at least two of x; y and z are equal to l . Then the output of the following circuit
p
q p q
M M M
1
p
q
is
Q.67 In Boolean algebra, if p.q + p.q = r, then p r + p r is equal to
(A) p
(B) q
(0) r
(D) q
Q.68 Consider the lattice given by the following Hasse diagram:
This lattice is
(A) distri b uti ve (C) com pl emen ted
(B) nondistributive (D) a Boolean algebra
.....:., ....... .... jJ :. ~:.
Q.69 Let r =:: x i + y j + z k . Then V {r • V (p r)) is equal to
2
(D)
_.,
r
(A) 2;
(B)
.~
4r
(C)
l r
4
Q.70
I' t......;..:. )
For any two unit vectors a and b , I axb l is equal to
(A)
(B)
_. .. ~ 2
(ab) 1
(C)
+ ._, 2
1 ... (a  b)
(D)
"* """* 2
(a .. b)
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Q.71 Let P be the point (3, 4, 1). Let L be the line through P parallel to the vector i + j+ k .
______,
If Q is a point on L in the first octant s uch that I PQ ~2 "" 48 t then Q is
(Al (7, s, 5)
(8) (8, 7, 5)
(C) (5) 8, 7)
(D) (8, 5, 7)
Q.72 The unit tangent vectors to the curve 3 x.2 + 8x y + 2 y 2 _ 3 ~ 0 at the point (1 ~ 0) are
Q.73
Consider the d ifferen ti 31 equation dy  y ;::: _y.2 . Then lim y (x) is equal to
dx XI
(Al 1
(8) 0
{C) 1
(D) [XI
Q.74
The solution of the differential equation d2Y2  y = e;1; satisfying y(O) = 0 and dy (0) =!
~ ~ 2
(A)
y{x) = sinh r + ::'e;< 2
(B)
x y(x) = x cosh x +_e;1;
2
(C)
(D)
x y(x} = 2x coshx __ e"
2
Q.75
The general solution of the differential equation d:J;  9 dy = cos x is
dx dx
(C)
y{;d = C1 e3;1; +C2 eJ,.; +C,'3 + _!_sinx
10
Y(x) = C e~;1; +C e3~ +C _.!_sinx
1 2 3 10
y(x) = C1 eh + C2 er3x +C3 +"!_cosx 10
Y{x} = C e3~ + C e3x + C _ _'!_cosx
1 2 3 10
(A)
(B)
(0)
Q.76 An integrating factor of the differential equation 2xy dx + (y2  X 2) dy = 0 is
(A) y
(B)
1 y
(C)
(D)
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Q.17 The d ifferentia1 equation representing all circles centred at (1, 0) is
(A) X +y;Z =1
(B)
x y dy =1 dx
(C)
(D)
dy yx.::!
dx
Q.78 Consider the following data:
x 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5
fix} 0.45 0.47 052 0.58 0.63 Using the central difference formulae for numerical differentiation, the values of r(0.3) and f"(O.3) are respectively
(A) 0.85, 0.99
(B) 0.86, 0.99
(0) 0.861 1.00
(D) 0.85, 1.00
Q.79 Consider the following forward difference table:
x f ~ /j,2f I1Y
~2 15
11
1 4 l_
x Z
0 0 16
20
1 20 The values of x, y and z are respectively
(B) 11~ 22, 6
(D) 4,7,23
Q.80 Consider the nonlinear equation Xl  2x  3 "" 0 . If Xo = 2 is the initial approximation of the root, then the value of the root at first i terati on using the Newton Ra phson method yields
(A) 2.20 (B) 2.10 (C) 1.90 {D) 1.80
11
Q.81 For evaluating the integral J y dx by Simpson's onethird rule, the error term for
2<w<l1is
_ _!_h 4 y(iul (w) 20
(B)
(A)
(e)
(D)
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Q.82 Consider the following table:
2
3
o
7
Then by Lagrange's interpolation y (1.5) is
(A) 2.50
(B) 2.75
(C) 2.25
(D) 3.25
Q.83
If A and B are two independent events and P (A I B) = !, P (B) = ! ~ then P (A U B) is
5 3
fA)
11 15
(8)
3 5
(C)
13 15
(0)
2 15
Q.84
Let peA) = ~, P (B) =! and P{A nB) = 13 . Consider the following lists :
5 5 25
List I List II
1. peA IB)
P. 7
20
Q. 13
20
3
R 
5
S. 2

5 Then the correct III a teh is
(A) (1, Q), (2, S), (31 R), {4, P} (C) (1, Q), (2, si {3. P), (4, R)
(B) u, S), (2, R), (3, P)) (4, Q) (D) (1, S), (2, R), (3) Q), (4, P)
Q.85 Eight couples are participating in a game. Four persons are chosen randomly. The probabili ty that at least one couple will be among the chosen persons is
(A)
5 13
(B)
1 26
(C)
25 26
(D)
2 5
Q.86 Let X and Y be binomial random variables with the same number of trials such that E (X) :;:: 2 E (Y) and 2 Var eX) = Var (Y). Then the res pecti ve pro babili ti es of successes
are
(A)
5 5
 and
7 14
(B)
2 1  and
7 7
(C)
6 3  and
7 7
(D)
3 3
and
14 28
Q.87 The random variable X follows the Poisson distribution with variance 3. Then p (X :: l1X > 0) is
(B)
1 .f3 e
e__,f$
(C)
(D)
3e3
1 3 e
Q.88 Let S:: {(: ~): a, bj c, dEW, I]}. An element of S is chosen randomly. Then the probability that the chosen matrix is an invertible matrix is
(A)
3 8
(B)
1 2
(C)
5 8
(D)
3 4
Q.89 Let X denote the set of all realvalued functions defined on Z. Define a relation  in X by f  g if f(O} of. g(O) . Then the relation  is
(A) both reflexive and symmetric (C) tr ansitive but not reflexive
(B) neither reflexive nor symmetric (D) nei ther transitive nor reflexive
Q.90 Let X = {l, 2, 3~ 4} . Then the total n um ber of partitions of the set X is
(A) 5
(8) 12
(O) 15
(D) 16
Q.91 The total number of nontrivial proper subgroups of the grOUP::£12 under addition modulo 12 is
(A) 4
(B) 5
(C) 6
(D) 7
Q.92 The total number of generators of the cyclic group l21 under addition modulo 21 is
(A) 18
(B) 19
(C) 20
(D) 21
Q.93 Let 85 denote the group of all permutations on the finite set {l, 2,3,4. 5} under the operation of penn utation multiplication. Then the order of the subgroup of S s generated by
(1 2 3 4 5) is 35412
(A) 3
(0) 12
(D) 24
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Q.94 The number of distinct group homomorphisms from (:~t +) onto (~, +) is
(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 3
(D) infinite
Q.95 Let < {OJ 2):> denote the subgroup generated by {O,2) in ~q x Z~. Then the order of (3,1) + < (O~ 2) > in the quotient group ~1 X 'lg/< (0, 2) > IS
(A) 4 (B) 8 (0) 16 (D) 32
Q.96 Let R be a commutative ring with unity of characteristic 3. For a, b e R, (a +b)Q is equal to
{A) 0, the additive identity in the ring R (0) a6 _a3b3 +b6
(B) a6 +b6
(D) all +aSb3 +b6
Q.97 The remainder of 831 when it is divided by 13 is
(A) 1
(8) 5
(C) 8
(D) 12
Q.98 The total number of linear maps from the vector space R3(R) to the vector space R(R) which are NOT onto is
(A) 0
(B) 1
(C) 3
(D) infinite
Q.99 Let M 5 (R) denote the vector space consisting of all 5 x 5 matrices with real entries over the real number field. Let W c M 5 (R) be the subspace of all skewsymmetric matrices. Then the dimension of W is
(A) 10
(B) 15
(C) 20
(D) 25
Q.l00 Consider the following subsets ofR:2 Wi = { (x, y) : 2,r + y = O},
W2 = { (z , y) : xy::. 0 } ,
Wa = { (x, y} : sin 2 x + sin 2: y = 0 }, w ~ = { (x, y) : sin 2 :X + COS 2 X = I}.
Which one of the following pairs has the property that they are NOT subspaces of R2?
(C) w.~. w,
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