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aa."'b~. Show '~at R is MlI. eq;mvalmlCfJRllatJio1'l. . ..' - '-

( ~'J' '('2)"'~" (,'3 )"

Pmrvte,'tl1at tan·~1 I -. '-. ' r +bn~~1 I .. -". ."",,' " .. , Cc«! .... _, I.

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ca,

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eb .c&~U

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FortbJe Clln:"e.,r:4x:1l-2:x.1~find all poiDt-s ~tw11ic:b,tb.el 'tangent: _lies tiImiugl[ on[!in.

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E\!'a[uaJ:~'~ Je~', - ',ldx.

... - '... . (x+O~·

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2,1. Finid'W"lletner-tne tines· ,1= d,~ j . k) + 1, (2i+j)·.8I!d j:= (Zi -Ji) ",J.t(I ... j ~ k;)inre.:s.ed;. or n~t If .i.nter$ectiltg. .find tb!3ir-PObTi. ii),f·hl!temec;tion. ..

22. TJlf~e balls.are dta\Vn. 'Qn.eby one with. out replacement from a bas onntud:g S . white and. 4· green balls. Find-the probsibUitydJstributio<IIIlof:num'b~r of.gwen hal,s, d~wn ..

SECTlONC

2x+y+ j,z: = '3

4x .. y ""'~.3,·

-7'1.+ 2)" + z.=:2

OR

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in~legration~ ti:n.dtlilf; Mea ortmw ,endesed. resi,tm. .

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27. Flnd. the COQrdinates: 'of tflc .:(00'( ·of the ~~ndi,cular and.·the :peJpendiculat dista_Bl;.e-of the point « 1, ~

.j, 4) fro~ the p~mei 2x~y+.z+.l=O~ .fmdi ,also~ '!he image, of ·the. :point. :~n 'the 'pime" . .

28:. Anacropbne ·can.'cany amaxUnUltl of200pIUS~geIS . .Apro,fint ·oifRs. lOOOis r , made:on eaCh exoutJve, ola~s tjC;~t and .IJ! profft lofll-s. 1600 is: nmde··oD. ,eaeh.;~oof.lomy ~Ia\~s dcke~. The ,aidme reserves at least 20 seat5· for &e ex:OOllllive elsss, Hbw~r~aI1: ~.eu!t 4times:as.mzy passeJi!;€:!rg. :Frefer ·ttI tmy·e~ by-'eoorromy' elasst ·;than b,y the_e~ecut~ve IClass Deteftnine hJ)w ttumy t~c:kets or'eaeh ~ must 'be sOJd . in. order. '(o·'muimise profit for the ,airlme.Whm is, ·the maximum proflt1 Make an~L.P.P: and SQlve it:grapmcaUy.

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29. A fair die is rolled. If 1 turns up, a ball is picked up at random from bag A, if 2 or 3 turns up, a ball is picked up at random from bag B, otherwise a ballis picked up from bag C. Bag A contains 3 red and 2 white balls, bag B contains 3 red and 4 white balls and bag C contains 4 red and 5 white balls. The die is rolled, a bag is picked up and a ball is drawn from it. If the ball drawn is red, what is the probability that bag B was picked up?

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MARKING SCHEME MATHEMATICS CLASS - XII SAMPLE PAPER 1 SECTION A

1.

(8, 3) E R, (3, 2) E R but (8, 2) e R .

3

x=4

4

a= -

3

125

5X --+c

log5

Zero.

A =-3

10.

(1 mark for correct answer for Qs. 1 to 10)

SECTIONB

11. For any (a, b) E NxN, ab = ba

=> (a, b) R (a, b). Thus R is reflexive.

1

Let (a, b)R(c, d) for any a, b, c, dEN :. ad=be

=> cb=da => (c, d) R(a, b)

:. R is symmetric

1

Let (a, b) R(c, d) and (c, d) R(e, f) for a, b, c, d, e, fEN then ad = be and cf = de

=> adcf = bcde or af=be => (a, b) R( e, f)

:. R is transitive 1 Y2

Since, R is reflexive, symmetric and transitive, hence R is an equivalence relation. Y2

8

12.

- tan" ( ±+% J = tan" (~) = tan" (.!.)

L.H.S- I-_!_.~ 34 2

4 9

I (2 -I (I)) 1 -I

="2 tan "2 = "2 cos

lY2

1 -I

=-cos

2

( 1)

1--

4 1 _13

I+± ~ 2coS 5" ~RHS

1

OR

11:

~ (I-x) = sine - + 2sin-'x) = eos(2sin-1x)

2

~ (I-x) = cos(2a) where sinlx = a or x = sina ~ (l-x) = 1-2 sinla = l-Zx", :. 2Xl_X = 0

~ x(2x-l) = 0

I

:. x=O,-

2

Since x = ! does not satisfy the given equation :. x=O 2

1

a(a2+1) alb ale a1+1 a2 al
1 ab2 b(b2+1) b2e abc b2 b2+1 b2
13_ LHS=- --
abc abc
ael bel e(e2+1) c2 e2 c2+1
1 +a2+b2+c2 1+a2+b2+c2 1+a2+b2+c2
RI ~ R)+R2+R3 = b2 b2+1 b2
c2 c2 c2+1
1 1 1 1 0 0
= (1+a2+bl+c2) b2 bl+l b2 = (1+a2+b2+c2) b2 1 0
e2 e2 c2+1 c2 0 I
9 1

1

I

1

14_

Lim - f(x) = 3a+b, RHL = Lim + f(x) :;: 5a-2a, [(1) = 11

x~l

x~1

2

:. 3a+b = 11, 5a-2b = 11

1 I

Solving to get a = 3, b = 2

15.

Put xv=u and yv= v :. u+v=va" ~ du + dv =0 cL"{ dx

log u = y log x :::::} ! du = y_ + log x . dy:. du = Y: x" + x" . log x. dy

u dx x dx dx dx

1

log v = x log y:::::} !. dv = x dy + log y:. dv = xy?'

V dx y dx dx

I

1

dy _ y-xY" + y" -log y ~ dx - - x" -Iog x + x y".l

OR

dx (. . )

- = a -sm t + t cost + sm t = at cost

dt

1

dy = b(cost + t sin t - cost) = bt sin t dt

1

dy b d2y b dt

.. - = -·tant :::::} - = - sec/ t·-

dx a dx2 a dx

1

d2y b 1

. - = -sec2t·--

dx2 a at cost

=

I

16.

e(x) = 0 => -9+12x-3x2 = 0 => -(3) (x-l)(x-3) = 0

1

:. x= 1, x= S

:. The intervals are (_00, 1), (1, 3), (3, 00)

1

Getting f(x) to be stricktly decreasing in (-00, 1) u (3, 00) and stricktly increasing in (1, 3)

1 1

10

OR

Let (xl' Yt) be a point on the given curve, the tangent at which passes through origin.

:. Slope of tangent = Ii Xl

------- (i)

also, :~ = 12x2 -l Ox" => slope of tangent = 12x]2 -1 Ox~ --------- (ii)

solving to getx, = 0 or l-x/ = 0 i.e. Xl = ± 1

17.

Hence the required points are (0, 0), (1, 2) and (-1, -2) Putting (sinx - cosx) = t to get (cosx + sinx) dx = dt

1 2

and sin-x + cos'x - 2sinx cosx = t2 or sinx cosx = - (l-t ) 2

:. Given integral = J2 J ~ = J2 . sin" t+ c " I_t2

= J2 sin" (sinx - cosx) + c

OR

f xd 2 f x (x+ 1-1) d

= e x- e· 2 x

(x+l)

x 2S[ 1 1] "d

=e- -- ex

x+l (x+l)2

eX

= eX-2·-+c [using Je (f(x)+ft (x) dx = eXf(x)+c x+l

18.

The equation of the family of circles is (x-a)2+(y-b)2= 9 ----------------(i)

dy dy

=> 2(x-a) + 2(y-b)- = 0 or (x-a) = -(y-b)-

dx dx

----------------(ii)

11

1

1

1 1

IY2

1

1

1

1

1

1

. 2 [I +( :~)2 ]
d2y (dY) => (y-b) =-
=> I+(y-b)-+ - = 0 d2y ----------------(111) 1
dx2 dx
dx2
( )2
[I + dy ]
from (ii), (x-a) = + d~ . :~
Y2
dx2
1+(:)' 2 1+(~~)' 2
putting in (i) to get (:)' + =9
d2y . d2y Y2
dx2 dx" 19. Given differential equation can be written as

.Jl+x2 d y d 0

:::::> x+ y=

x ~1+y2

J y J..n.;;!

:. ~ dy = - 2 xdx

VI+y2 x

Putting 1 +y2 = u' and 1 +x- = v2 to get ydy = udu and xdx = vdv

1

1 IV-II ~ ~ 1 .Jl+x2-1

u=-v--log-+cor..;I+y =-vl+x---log +c

2 v+ 1 2 .Jl +x2 + 1

1

12

20.

Let a, b and c be unit vector such that a+b = c

1

1

=> 2(a-b) = 1-2 = -1 ------------------------------------(i)

\ .0.\2 ~ A

Newla-b = a2+b2_2a· b = 1+1-(-1) = 3

1'lS

21.

Given lines are r = (1 +2.:t)i + (-1 +A)] - k and

If lines are intersecting, then for some value of A. and u,

1 + 2.:t = 2 + )l, --(i) -1 +.:t = -1 +Jl --Oi) -1 = -)l --(iii) 1

Solving (ii) and (iii) to get A. = 1, Jl = 1, which satisfy (i) hence the line are intersecting 1

and point of intersection is (3,0, -1)
22_ Let X denotes the random variable, 'number of green balls,
X: 0 1 2 3
5c3 5c2 ·4cj 5cl-4cj 4c3
P(X) : 9c} 9c} 9c3 9c3
5 10 5 1
- -
42 21 14 21 1

1

2

SECTIONC

23_

IAI = 2(-1) - 1(4) + 3(1) = -3 :;t:. 0 A-I = _1 adj A IAI

1

The cofactors are

All = -1, Al2 = -4, Al3 = 1 A21 = 5, A22 = 23, A23 = -11 A31 = 3, A32 = 12, A33 = -6

2

[-1 5

-I 1

:. A = -'3 -4 23

1 -11

1~)

-6

13

Given equations can be written as

1

:. X = A-l·B

.. (;J = -t (:~ 2~ 132J (~J = (-;~J

z 1 -11 -6 2 14

1

.: x = -6, y = -27, z = 14 OR

(1 -1 2 ) (1 -1 2) (1 0 0)

Let A = 0 2 -3 then 0 2 -3 = 0 lOA

3 -2 4 3 -2 4 0 0 1

(1 -1 2 J (1 0 0 J

R3 ~ R3-3R1 => 0 2 -3 = 0 lOA

o +1 -2 -3 0 1

1

R2 H R3 => (~ - ~ -~) = (-~ ~ ~) A

o 2 -3 0 1 0

1

1

(1 0 0 J (-2 0 1)

R, ~ R, + R, => 0 1 -2 = -3 0 1 A

o 0 1 6 1 -2

1

(1 0 OJ (-2 0 1 J

R2 ~ R2 + 2R3 => ° 1 0 = 9 2 -3 A

o 0 1 6 1 -2

1

14

Hence A·I = (-~ ~ ~3)

6 1 -2

'h

24.

o

c

AD = DC = Be = lOcm.

1

d ADM == dBCN :. AM = BN = x (say)

Area (A) = .!..(lO+IO+2x) ..flOO-xl =1. (lO+x) ..flOO-x2

2 2

Let S = A2 = (1O+x)2 (IOO-xl)

1

ds

- = 0 => (Ifl+x)" (-2x) + (IOO-x2) 2(IO+x) = 0

dx

(lO+X)2 (-2x+20-2x) = 0 => x = 5

1

d2s

-2 = (IO+x)2 (-4) + (20-4x) 2(lO+x) < 0 at x = 5

dx

1

.'. for Maximum area, x = 5

Maximum area = 15m = 75.J3 em?

25. Correct figure

Solving X2+y2 = 4 and (X_2)2+y2 = 1

1

1

[ 2 1(4 ]

.'. Required area = 2 f f ..f4-x2 dx + f ~I - (X_2)2 dx

7(4 I

1

7 wegetx= - 4

1

[ 2 2]

= 2 r; L_ + 2 sin J + [2 N -2) + 1 S(X-2)J:

1

= 2[n: _ 7.. .Jl5 _ 2 sin" 7.. + (_.!... J15 +.!..sin·1 (_1.) + 1.. n:)]

84 8 842 4 22

1

5n: J15 '.1 (1) '.1 (7)

= 2 - 2 - sin 4" -4 sm "8 sq.u

1

15

b-a 1 26. Here f(x) = (x2+x+2), h = --;- = ;-

f2 Lim 1

f(x)dx = --[f(I) + f(1+h)+f(I+2h) + + f[I+(n-I)hl] 1

1 n--too n

Lim 1 [ 2 2 2 2J

= -- 4+ (4+3h+h ) + (4+6h+4h ) + + (4+(n-I)3h+(n-l) h 2

n--too n

= Lim _!_[4n+~. n(n-I) + _I n(n-l)(2n-I)] 1'l2

n ~ 00 n n 2 n2 6

3 1 24+9+2 = 4+-+ -- 236

35 6

OR

put x = sine and ...Ix = sinf

:. sin'l[x~ -...Ix.Jl-x2 = sin" [sina cosf - cosc sin~]

. '1[ '( R)] R "I . -I I

= sm sm c-p = a- ... = sm x - sm v x

I 1 I

:. Given integral = f (sinlx -sin'\Ix)dx = f sinlx dx - f sin'i...lx dx

o 0 0

1

1 I 1

[ '1]1 I J 2x [. I ,]1 f I

= x-sin x -- ,-:---:; dx - x -sin' vX + r.-- ,'x dx

o 2 0 vI-x2 0 0 vI-x 2vx

1

1

= -l+.! J-M.2tdt

2 1 t

[ 1- x = t2 , dx = -2t dt]

I

I [ ]1 ( )

. 2· t 2 1, -1 7r

= -1+ fMdt=I+ -M + - Sill t = -1+-

o 2 2 0 4

1

16

27, Let Q be the foot of perpendicular from P to the plane and P'(x, y, z) be the image ofP in the plane,

,', The equations of line through P and Q is x-I = y-3 = z-4

2 -1 1

P(1,3,4)

a I

I

I

1

The coordinates of Q (for some value of :AJ are

2x-y+z+3=0

I I

: P'(x,y,z)

(2).,+1, -1..+3, ).,+4)

Since Q lies on the plane, :.2(2),,+1) -1().,+3)+{A+4)+3=0 Solving to get j, = -1

:. coordinates of foot of perpendicular (Q) are (-1, 4, 3)

Perpendicular distance (PQ) = ~ (2)2 + ( -1)2 + (1)2 = ..J6 units

1

Since Q is mid point of Pl"

x+l y+3 z+4

" 2 =-1, 2 =4, 2 =3 => x=-3,y=5,z=2

:. Image ofP is (-3,5,2)

28. Let, number of executive class tickets to be sold, be x and that of economyclass be y. .: LPP becomes: Maximise Profit (P) = 1000x + 600y

1

1

1

Subject to:

x z Oi y z O

y

y ~ 4x or 4x-y ::; 0 x~20

1%

x+ y ::; 200

For correct graph

Getting vertices of feasible region as A(20, 180), B( 40, 160), C(20, 80)

'is

2

Profit at A = Rs. 128000 Profit at B = Rs. 136000 Profit at C = Rs. 68000

.'. Max profit = Rs. 136000 for 40 executive and 160 economy tickets

80

1

17

29. Let the events be defined as :

E] : Bag A is selected E2 : Bag B is selected E3 : Bag C is selected

A : A red ball is selected

1

1

2

=

90 293

1

18

SAMPLE PAPER - II MATHEMATICS CLASS-XII

Time: 3 Hours

Max. Marks: 100

General Instructions

1 . All questions are compulsory.

2. The question paper consist of 29 questions divided into three sections A, Band C. Section A comprises of 10 questions of one mark each, section B comprises of 12 questions of four marks each and section C comprises of 07 questions of six marks each.

3. All questions in Section A are to be answered in one word, one sentence or as per the exact requirement of the question.

4. There is no overall choice. However, internal choice has been provided in 04 questions of four marks each and 02 questions of six marks each. You have to attempt only one of the alternatives in all such questions.

5. Use of calculators in not permitted. You may ask for logarithmic tables, if required.

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SECTION A

1.

Write the number of all one-one functions from the set A = {a, b, c} to itself.

2.

. d if tan" 4 r ' 7r

Fin Xl +co x=-

2

3.

What is the value of 13 131, where 13 is the identity matrix of order 3?

4.

[2-k 3]

For what value of k, the matrix -S 1 is not invertible?

S.

If A is a matrix of order 2x3 and B is a matrix of order 3xS, what is the order of matrix (AB)' or T?

6.

J dx

Write a value of .J4-x2'

7.

Find f(x) satisfying the following:

f eX (see/x + tanx)dx = eX f(x)+c

8. In a triangle ABC, the sides AB and BC are represented by vectors 2i-j+2k, i+3j+Sk respectively.

Find the vector representing CA.

9. Find the value of A for which the vector a = 3i+j-2k and b = i+Aj-3k are perpendicular to each other.

10.

x-2 y-l z+3

Find the value of A such that the line """9" = T = --=6 is perpendicular to the plane 3x-y-2z=7

SECTIONB

11. Show that the function f: R --7 R defined by f(x) = 2x3-7, for x E R is bijective.

OR

Let f,g : R --7 R be defined as f(x) = Ixl and g(x) = [x] where [x] denotes the greatest integer less than or equal to x. Find fog (%) and gof ( -J2) .

12. Prove that tan"I +tan+z+tan'S = 7r

20

flK

la..·Using diftbrcntiaLs find'the ap,roximftiie,vnlne 0,' .J'2-5~· 2:

OR

1'\VO equal sides olf anis.{)~e:J)e:s lrlangltwim. ilg~d base ~ a~ p're Id.~Cfe'mSi~l].g;, at the' rilm ot9 c-m/S'ec:ond. How m,m is·.the· all!:!: o~· the tdangle dCi~as'iJlg wh~Fl.tihe two ~ides.:are~qmd. to;' ~ a' .

I .~.

17. Evaluate' nx cos(mx)~ dx ..

,.!'

~8, So1ve the ftdEowU1_g',difFemntial equation,; ~dx.=: (X~n -+ y)d.y

19. Solve: '{be foUowing,diliferenuaI equatian. :

I( 1 +y+llt;').dx + (x+·x~)d.:y =_.OJ \¥here-rO' when ,x,= 1

20. [i.a. b 'and c. a~e- tlUee 'U.O~t vecters such dum. a.r Ii = ia'!iS .;;;,.. 0 and, ansle 'betweI011 E a_lid c

11' ' . .

is 6 ~. prove mat ·iii = .t' 2 1(i~O).:

21"

Sho.wthat the f<lUf' poiht5, (0, ~ l.-,I)~, (4. $. n, (3j 9t~ 4) and (-4~ 4,~, 4) are: o.n:phm~M., Alse, (md. ~h~:

,eqtmtion, of the: p1aneiJtQ,ntain~ them; .

A. ooinI i~'bj~ saWal, the head :tS :3 Ume:SM l&~lY to eceur a~ tail, If :ltte ODin isl,QSSOO 'three l~m,;g~

flood: the pr.o'babiMty iH~:t!.'ibullion 'Oi( umber letf' tni ls..' .

OR

How ;m!m.yiWn.6s;mu~t ~·:man toss: it £'aU; l{)oii1l) so tbatthe probability ,efha\'IDg a:r.leML one head. Is

more 1ha1'1. 8tJ,~~'? ., .

2,1

SECTIONC

23. Using properties of determinants, show that

(b+C)2 11 = ab

ab (a+b)?

bc

ca

be = 2abc (a+b+c)3

(a+b) 2

ac

24. The sum of the perimeter ofa circle and a square is k, where k is some constant. Prove that the sum of their areas is least when the side of square is double the radius of the circle.

OR

A helicopter is flying along the curve y = x2+2. A soldier is placed at the point (3, 2). Find the nearest distance between the soldier and the helicopter.

f 1 dx

25. Evaluate: sin x (5-4 cosx)

OR

fg-J;.

Evaluate: r: dx

I + ...... x

26. Using integration, find the area of the region

{(x, y) : lx-II $; y s .J5-x2 }

x+3 y-l z-S x +I y-2 z-5 .

Show that the lines ---=3 = -1- = """"5 and ---=t = 2 = """"5 are coplanar. Also fmd the equation

of the plane.

28. From a pack of 52 cards, a card is lost. From the remaining 51 cards, two cards are drawn at random (without replacement) and are found to be both diamonds. What is the probability that the lost card was a card of heart?

27.

29. A diet for a sick person must contain at least 4000 units of vitamins, 50 units of minerals and 1400 calories. Two foods X and Yare available at a cost ofRs 4 and Rs 3 per unit respectively. One unit of food X contains 200 units of vitamins, 1 unit of minerals and 40 calories, whereas I unit of food Y contains 100 units of vitamins, 2 units of minerals and 40 calories. Find what combination of foods X and Y should be used to have least cost, satisfying the requirements. Make it an LPP and solve it graphically.

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MARKING SCHEME MATHEMATICS CLASS - XII SAMPLE PAPER II

SECTION A

1. 6
2. 4
3. 27
4. 17
S. 5x2
6. Sin-{;)
7_ tanx
8. -(31+2j+7k)
9. ),,=-9
10. 1..=-3 (1 mark for correct answer for Qs. 1 to 1 0)

SECTIONB

11. Let x, y be any two elements of R (domain) then f(x) = f(y) '=* 2x3-7 = 2y3-7

'=* X3=y3 => x=y so, f is an injective function

Let y be any element ofR (co-domain) :. [(x) = Y => 2x3-7=y

1

(Y+7)~

Now for all y E R (co-domain), there exists x = 2

E R(domain

1

23

y+7

= 2·--7=y 2

1

so, f is surjective

Hence, f.is a bijective function

. 1

OR

fOg(%) ~ f[g (%)] ~ tt2) ~ 121 ~ 2

gof(-'-'2) = g[f (-h)] = g[l~v'2I] = s] '-'2] = 1

2

2

1C 1C .1 1C .13

= - + - - cot 2 + - - cot

4 2 2

51C -1 ( 1 ) _\ ( 1 )

= 4-tan 2" -tan '3 liz

51C ( -1 1 -J 1)

= 4- tan 2"+tan '3

= 51r -tan-J( ~+~ J

411

1--·-

2 3

1

= 51C _ tan' (1) 4

51C 1C

= -_-

4 4

= 1C =RHS

13.

A = [3 -5] ~ A2 = [3 -5] [3 -5] = [29 -25]

, -4 2 -4 2 -4 2 -20 24

1

[29 -25] [3 -5] [1 0]

A2-5A-14I= -20 24 -5 -4 '2 -14 0 1

= [29 -25] + [-15 25] [14 0]

-20 24 20 -10 + - 0 -14

24

[29-1S-14 -25+25-0] = [0 0] = 0

-20+20+0 24-10-14 0 0

1

Premultiplying A2-5A-141 = 0 by AI, we get AI,A2 - SAl A- 14AII = 0

or, A-51 - 14A-I = 0

1 1 {[3 -S] [-S OJ}

or A-1 = - (A-51) = - +

14 14 -4 2 0 -5

=_1 [-2 -5]

14 -4 -3

1

. {X-3 if x ;?: 3

14_ f(x) = l(x-3)1 => f(x) = -(x-3) if x <3

lim f(x) = lim -(x-3) = 0

x~3- x~3-

lim f( ) = lim (-3) = 0

x~3+ x x~3+ x

and f(3) = 3-3 = 0

lim f(x) = lim f(x) = f(3)

:. f(x) is continuous at x = 3 F or differentiability

12

lim f(x) - f(3)

Lf'(3) = _ =

x~3 x-3

lim _-(x_-_3)_-_0 =-1

x~T x-3

f"3 - lim

R \) - 3+

x~

f(x) - f(3) lim

=

(x-3) - 0

= 1 x-3

.. Lf'(3) ;f:. Rf'(3)

so, f(x) is not differentiable at x=3

1

OR

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