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If A c B , then A (A) B'

UB

=A

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(B) A.~B

n B is

(B) A\B (C) A (D) B\A

3.

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**

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nQ

is

(B) {x:x EPandx$

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E

Q}

E Q}

(C) {x: x f::: P and x 4.

Q}

U },

(D) {x: x Et: P and x

then .A \B is

If A·"", {p, q, r, s }, B "". {.r, s, t,

(A) {p, q } 5.

CB) {t,

U}

(C) {.~; 51

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(0)

{p, '1, .r,. s }

If n[p (A)] = 64, then n{A) is

(A) 6

6.

(B)

8

(C) 4

A n(B U C) is

(0) 5

For any three sets A, Band C,

(A) (AUB)U(BIfl C)

(C) AU(B nC) 7.

(B) (A n B)U(An C)

(D) (AUB)n(BU C)

For any two sets .A. and J3, {(A \ B) U (8 \ A)} n (A n B) is (A)

4)

(B) A UB

(e) .A.n.B

(0) A' nEi

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(C) A. \ B == (AUB) nBI 9. For any three sets .A., Band

(B) A.\ B ==.A nB

(D) A \ B == (A U B) \ B

C, B \ fA U C) is (B) (8 \A) n(B \ C)

(D) (A \ B)n(B

(A) (A \ 8)n(A \ C)

(C) (B\A)ln(A\C) 10.

If n(A)

=

\C)

20, n(B)

(A) 50 11.

**30 and n(A UB;,= 40, then n(A nB} is equal to (B) 10 (C) 40 (D) 10.
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=

If { (X, 2), (4, y) } represents an identity functton, then (x.y)is

(A) (2, 4)

12.

(B) (4, 2)

(C) (2,2)

(D) (4, 4)

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If [ (1, 11), (5, a) } represents a constant function, then the value of

is

(A) '7

13. Given

(B) 11

(C) 5

(D) 9

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= (- ])-" is a function from N to Z. Then the range of

f

Is

(A) (1}

14. If

(B) N

(Bl 6 and 8

(C) { 1, - 1 }

(D) Z

f

= { (6,3), (8, 9), (5, 3), (-1, 6) }, then the pre-images (C) Band -1

ers are

(D) 6 and 5. be gtven by

(A) 5 and -1 15. Let A = {1, 3,4,1,

ll }, B = {-l, 1, 2, 5,1, 9} and f:.A.----..B

f

= { (1, -1), (3,2), (4, 1), fy, 5), (11,9) }. Then

r

is

CA) one-one

(B) onto

(C) btjecnve

(D)

not a funcnon

16.

C

The given diagram represents

(A)

11.

an onto function

(B) a constant function (D) not a function -- B is defined by f(x) = x - 2 , then (D) {3, 4,5 }

**(C) an one-one function
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the range of

If.A = { 5, 6, '7 }, 11 = { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 }and f:.A

f

is

(A) {1, 4, 5 } 18. If !(x) X

Z

(B) {1, 2, 3, 4, 5 }

then

(C) {2, 3, 4 }

+ 5,

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CA) 26

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(D) -20

If the range of a function is a singleton set, then it is

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20. (A) 10 (B) 4

(B) an identity function

(D) an one-one function

If f: A -- B is a bijective function and if 1'1(..4) ;::::5 , then rl(B) is equal to

(e) 5

(D)

25

fl..) .. The 8~11term ofthe sequence 1. (C) .P" such that..any terms... C ar. a .e'qli~ence.. funetion defined onN.. OiM1..1. '.~s .lj a tile [3th term of the A"P'. a sequence.b is equal to . 5..!. Whiclr one of the. -·c (C) a c (C) aeonstant sequence (D) 1 (A) 7.A... 5.e I:1. 2'6'nr20' (A.' ] 30 4. = 2 ~ then 3 . (B) Every funetion. following is not hue'? CA..0 (A) 1 (. of terms.eq[nence may have a finite nuraber 2. The next term of _.8.L 1_ _l_ .2·• a .. is (Ay 25 (B) 24 (C) 23 (D) 21 3.L 20' .2. is (D) ] 18 41 + m is (D) 0 24 I.sequence is a real valued.P. then the: value of a.. 1. .P. .. m ~U1e A.c.e . 3.:1.P. .P.. in the s. nor G .. ) a A.):I 12 . v'. are: in A.4b in + 6c- (B) 2 (C) 3 lr£ h . (B.)] . _' -"3' ~ (A) ~ I(B) 0 (C) 12(.• a.A. -. 1.repeesents (C) A sequeEThC.u a. . If a.. (B) a G. (D) neither A.Thn . If a.P. '" p' 'I r I .:!.ay have infinitely l11... b I (B:) C h •. m (D) A s. . 1I: len .

meI1l (A) ~..P.0 CD) 15 . 3J+'7.. 10.2. of a G.P. then the se'q~~ence. al~).a are in G. nor OJ? (D) bothA. 11. (C) a constant sequence . b..P. : P 14.P is 256 and. 5x. is inA. 11 are inA.and the first term is positive.A...P:only (C) neither A.P. 1.P.' form til: (8) a G.. (Ay 2 C" (B) 3 ee) 4 "[fa. li5x + ]5". If x. is (D) neither . ".thendlJ.P. constant sequenc.P.'" is (B) an A. (B) 25 (C) 1. (B) a-b· b-c [S equa·1 to (C) b .F: Uk+2.P.P (A) aLO. -3.1 f" I. if the. then 38+7..-3" (A)anA.P: and G.. 311+7 form (e) a constant sequence (D) neither A. .P. nor G.8.P. 16 (C) 3]2 (D) [6 .e (D) 5 9.4!k-6. care 111 G. .P.. The. then its 3rdi team is (A) 8 (8) l .as' 0io' (C) neither A.. then the value of k is. (D)~. 3c+7. 3k-2 acrethe three consecutive terms of an A. + 3. sequence -3. 3b+7. (8) an A. b.P. common 15.. 13. 2x + '1} 3x (A)anA. nor P G . If theproduet of the first four eonsecutiveterms ratio is 4.P: only (B) a G.P nor G . .P. .e product of first :5 terms is CAy 52 12. 3m+7. m.lP~s. ] Ox + ]0. If the third term of a G .B.P~ then b c CD) ~. Ifthe seque-nc:e ap <Q'2:'~' (A) a G ..

a-m 3 (D) a If I + 2: + 3 +.P....~ 3Sn) 511.k then 1 (A) /(2 (B) + 23 + . + nl is equal to e (C). + n = .. is. (A) 5 "1_ (B) l_ 3 (C) ] (D) 5 18.) (D) tP + n) -II (B) 210.. In a G .. ..k+ ] t .l (A) ~ [1. k(k 2 +n (D) (.511] (B) n(:]- n . .. t= 3: and 1 = 1..16. If the n_mterm of an A. Then the common ratio is P 25' l 5 . .. then the sum ofthe brst n te:l111S is (C) ~ p + 511.

. then the (0) -4 (D) 31 ~5 (A) 3 6. 13](+ 3/ds + 2_x2 W2 5. la. I!I!lany solutions a unique solution If one zero a fthe polyno mlal p( x) = (Ie + 4) k is equal to . 8. The system of equations (E) Intersect only at a point (D) cut the x-axts x-4y = 8" 3x-12y =.41is dtvtded by x-I is (A)l + 4x + 3 (B) i -4lx + 3 (C) x'l.3 The ceo of (xl + I) and i-I is 3 . then (A) k: = 3 2. The remainder when (B) 4 (C) -3 + 7 is divided by x+4 is (A) 28 (8) ..JIi?- (DJ! (0) (D) x+4xx·~] 2 3 x -y 2 :2 .intersect at any point 3. 7. 9.24 (B) has no solution (0) mayor may not have a solution rec iprocal of the other.29 (C) 30 3 The quotient when x _ $:\) + ix.Y 4is (A) 1 (8) x+y (C) X-'Y 2x .~?. if their graphs (A) coincide (C) do not . (B) k#3 (C) k=4 (0) k #4 A system of two linear equations in two variables is Inconsistent.2y = 3. If the system 6x. (Ay has infinitely (C)has 4. 3 (A) X -] (B) X + 1 (C) x +1 2 The CeD of x _ 2ry + y'l and X4 .. then.1. value of pis ~3 ~4 j{x)·~ The sum of two zeros of the polynomial + (p + 3)x + 5 is zero.y = 2 has a unique solution._ 4x.

.b + b'2 .by + 2yz -1z.. 2 (8)0' 2 b ..x (8) Ix-y+zl (e) Ix+y+zl (D) Ix.y-zl .. x-3 .J. x+3. . The lowest form of the rational expressioni2+ 13..a)21:5 (A) (x3_ a3) (x + a) (B) (Xl_ a3)1 (x . x -:3 (A) x.~+ .2: + z. (A) (A) i + ab + h2 0f (8) a2_ ab The square root of 49 (.__ (0) al_l:} 1 (B) 1(x+y)(x-y) x 2 l(x+y) (D) 7(x-y) - '2 Th e square root .3·· If a + and a 3.- b l '2 0 (0) b +a h + ..3 (B) ~ + 3 (0) x+l . If .+~ x-9 equal to ~+~+~ tl. then the new expression is (e) a3 + .V1• aN s where keN is '(l (e) a ik"". 15.is 2 2'"' ~+.]0.a'f (C) (x-a?(l+ax+a2) 11.-. . . 3.} (C) .xx·~ 3j by . b is added with b b a Q. . (A) 16. 5x + 6 is (0) a k+:) 12.. On dividing . 17.~J- 7lx-yl + b'2 hy + l/ is -11. ~-d-~ (f 2 2 (A) (x-5) (x-3) 3] (B) (x-5) (x+3) . . -(1' .b3 are the two rattonal expressions... a +b t x-x-6 (C) x + 2 x-3 2 (e) a.-~+~ + a.- :2 (A) a 14.. Ix+y-zl 2. + y. .i and (x . then their product is a -. The LGM of x3 . (A) k+9 (D) (x+afCi+ax+a2) (B) a " The LGM of ak• alir..ah + .

The common root of the equations x _ 2 i _ + 6= ° 5x bx + c= 0 and i + bx(0) (B) i+6x-5=O a= 0 is lc (A) c + a "lb 23. then (8). b "4a 2a 0 has no real roots. + bx + c ~ 0 has I(A) real roots (8) 110 roots (C) equal roots (D) no real roots .:2 + 5kx I(A)" k 1/' (8) _. If a:x/?" Ux4y41lU _ m) I (0) Uiy4Il(l.2_ "2a If . l2 (A) .£ (C) i _ 5x-6= 0 > .m. f3 are the roots a I~ + bx + c = 0 0 ~".]8.::JI = 0 .:r:1:+bx + a= 25.' (C) _.) ~ >-!. I('. "' u-x. (C) c.is + bx + c= 0. If arlnd.. (A) x.x/ + ax + c= 0 roots are . then the wrong statement is (B) (0) 'a 0:/3 = _f_ Q'- /3= a 2: ' b _ 4ac 24.C). a a' . then cis equal 20. 5 A quadratic equation whose one mot is 3 is :1 ~. k (D) 21. then one of the quadratic equations whose (B) b. then the equation ax'!. I 2 + bx + c= + 16= 0 has equal roots..1: lb a = If aj3 are the roots of (A) l:i'+ (C) Ir1' If ax: + bx + c + [J =b . (B) ..}ac ofax. If b = a + c .Land (A) fL~?.2 °a (C) c + b 2a" 'c:fo (D) a + b ' 0. _ 8 5 <k < 8 (D) 0 5 < k'5< 8 22. = 12.' 2 _ 1(' . The square root of l21x4y~i(l- m)2'is (B) (A) ]]x2y4z4Il_ml (C)] b2y4z611'~ m I 19..

7 4. Which one of the following statements is not true'? (A) A scalar matrix ~s a squarematrix (B) A diagousl matrix isa square matrix: (C) A scalar matrix is a diagonal matrix (D) A diagonal matrix isa scalar matrix.tn=.2 (D) . 2. <n ij .3x .Exercise 4\.2 X 3. is a square matrix :if (B) m: > 11 (C) m = .en A + B (A) (0 0 0) eC) (:5.1. -3 (B) 1 (0) ~ .] (Ay m 3.n y-n-espe1ctivdyare rr I( 3X. then thennmber of elements in the matrix is (Ay 5 6. Matrix A = [a.·~ 8 (B)-l.4 I 1.rilXn . the value of xis (A) ft (B) 2 (C) 1 41 CD) 4 . (A) -2. U a matrix is of orden.1 14 ) (B) 6 (D) not. -. ctdrulJJ:ed (C) 2 (D) ]. U A = (] 3 3 (D) 2.] 2.+ 7 y+l 5 ) (.-7 1: 3) and B= 1(..~ )1 HID. '1 (C)--'-.. 2 ) then the vaJ}!lles fxand o .7 - y.. j[f ( 8. X : )= 4 (~ ~ )thetTh.

I .'7.. 2)0(X) . y (A) 2.'. If ( a 2 ] 3)(02)_ I (. 0[0(1 Ii .4 X 3.1= =P (D) om = p: !1 = q 14. If A=I .A is of order 3 X 4 and B is of onde:n.. then B is (A) Unitmatrix (e) Multipficative inverse matrix oIAl (B) Nun marrix (D) . . 3 I (D) 1(0 4.5)1. IfAX{ ~ ~:)= (1 (B) 4 X 4: (D) not defined 2:) then the orde:f of Ails (B) 2.0 1= (2)4 t1ten 0101.' (D) [ " 1 (B) 0. t1 '1!:eva ues 1 1yrespectlve 1y. (0· 36 16 . tI hen A1' .2: (C) 0. If A and B an! square matrices suoc. o( 2: ) I (D) (]0]0) o· 0. X 2 (C) ix 2 (D) 3 X 2: (A) 2.~ . 0 0 then the value of a is CA) 8. )1 (B) 1(. 00 ~ 15 • CA) 13. If.A s: QJt .. X 1 9. then the 'orde:r of BA is (C) 4l X 3 (A) 3 X 3 8.. (B) 4 (C) 2 (D) 1[ . 2 oj.ranc 10. 12 8 (C) ( 00-4 -6 I '2) '. . addition of A and B is possible only if (C) fl (B) n = q ].-2 1L =4 12.6- 2 3 )0 A is cferder CA) m = p m »:n and B is of order p X q. are .1 -2 6 _3 4\ 0) 1. I.h that AB = 1 and HAl = 1.

(6 2) fOf (C) I.].1 18.and _ (Ay (I.'.2 = I ~ then (A) ] + a/}.' thenthe valine of xis (B)-1 (C) .._ ~ ) then the matrix B (B) I. 5 ') 7 I (A. (A) 19._= (e) 1.Q' f3 )1 is sueh that A.). If .. (B) t._] (8: 2) 11 UO (A) 7 Which order".3 2) 4 1 IJ 2:x2 i + j.' 20).f3'{= (B)nzy 0 0 If A= [a .A= (..I (D) 1. ] .cl. B of same . (-8-2) 1- . 3-]1 (10) ]1 0 xl) -I (21 3. If A = I( r " a. + .0 = (D) 0. 1 (C)-I.~ " (C) 4 5 (2 3) I (D) (64! r.0:'4 16. 0 ~) 3:11ld A + B = ( .1. then A 2 ~) = (B) ( 3 . ci + /1r= (D) 1 + .~.15.O~0. anytwo (D) 0 squarematrices 20. 0. .3r= 0 /31' = 0 Q. 1= i. 0.: . 0.0. one of the following is true A and.

(2. 5b) is (A) (-a. ] ). 2.6) the value of x is (A) 6 6.3) (D) (2.0) (C) (~. 411) (e) (2a.units (C) 4 sq. is. "[). units (D) 3 (D) 8 sq. (0.. 2b) (D) (-a.3) meets the z-axis at P.jmits (D) [ sq. .2) If (1.3~9) internally in the ratio 1:3 is (A) (2.. 6) and (3.0) is (B) 2. units 7. (A) 3 sq.0) and (1. 2b) (B) (2a..units Area of the triangle formed by the points (0. (D) 4 : 1 then the ratio in which P divides ~he segmentAB (B) 3 : 4 (B) (4.-2) If the line segment joining the points A(3. 1{-2. 12) and (10 •.(A) (6. (0. The centroid of the triangle with vertices at (-2.2) is (A) 1 sq.. 5. (x. units The angle of inclination of a straight line parallel to x-axis is equal to (A) O~ (B) 60· (D) 9(t .3) and 8(. . 8. 2).0).1) is (C) (3. I( 4) 6).4) 4.3b) The point P which divides the line segment joining the points A( 1~.1) 3.units (C) 2: 3 5).1 Exel'f~s.4) (A) 4 ::3 and 8(14. then (C) 1 (C) 4 sq.e 5·0-1 1. 2) (D)(1.. (B) (0. (B) 2 (B) 2 sq. sq .b) and (3ar. 2) are the vertices of a parallelogram taken in order. The midpoint of the line joining (a. units Area of the quadrilateral formed by the points f1.. O) and (0.

~4.. ·-7) (D) (0.. -7) and parallel to x-axls is (A) x =2 (B) x =-7 (C) y =-7 15.2x = 11 is equal to 2" 1 (D)-~ (D)y=2 Tile equation ora straight line passing through the point (2. respectively are (B) 3..2 (lID) 3.6.. -·4) + 3y - 12 . Slope of the line joirring the pojnts (3. ' then the value of a (C) 3 (D) 4 10.5 == {} .1.18~12) (B) (.2y = 0 (C) y + 5 == 0 (D) y.7) The straight Iine 4x j (B) (7~1) (C) fC 7) (D) (-1..is equal to (A) I (B) 2 2) and {. The centre of a circle is (...4) (C)· 2 The slope of the straight line 7y .2..6) and (4..2 (C) . Slope of the straight Iine which is perpendicular to the straight line joining the points (..2 16.9. If one end of the diameter of the circle is at (.3 (D)The point of intersection of the straight lines 9x-· y. The equation of the straight nne passing through the origin and perpendicular to the straight line 2x (A) 2x + 3y 0 7 = () is + 3y == (8) 3x..ill 2~8).9 = 0 is (A) (-1.:r.axis at 0 (A) (3. .3y + 6= ().2 = 0 and.0) 13.4) (B) 7 2 (C) (3. (A) _7 . intersects the y.1.3 of the line 2. 4). 2x + y . a) is . (B) (0. The x and j-Intercepts (A) 2.~.8) Is equal to 11. then the other end is at (A) (.9~6) (C) (-3~ 2) 17. (A) ~ (B) 3 (C). [2. .

.2. 6) and (a~a) are collinear.5) is (A) x . +4 ==0 (8) (-4.4 is ==0 (D) (4.4) 23.4 is (A) (0.5 ::.18.0) If the points (2. 5). The equation of a straight line parallel to j-axis and passing through the point ( .. then the value of a is equal to (A)-8 (A) 0 21.y .4= 0 (D) 3x (D) y .5 ::. .4) (C) (0. (B) 4 The equation ofa straight line having slope 3 and j-intercept (A) 3x.17 + y .0) +y + 4 The point of intersection of the straight Iines y= 0 and x== .2 == 0 19. .." (B) x (B) 4 + 2 == 0 (C) y + .y 22. The value of Ii if the straight IinesSr (A) 1 (By -1 *' 6y + 7= 0 and 2x + ky = 5 are perpendicular is (D) 1.: 0 (C) -4 (C) 5 (8) 3._ 2 (C) 2 .: 0 (D) 8 (D) -3 ..4 = 0 (C) 3x . (4.

AB_ In figme..3 em. .UPQ RP ~. .e B'C" . /c= / F .A) .5 em (C) 3.t hen .EF FD (D) C~ FD = .' t.". Q /pp ~ Scm R (A) 2'enl 4. . AE IS para 11'1 to.::.5 em = In 1::~PQR.- A (B) 50· (D) 40~ B 5". In the figure" the value x is equal to (A) 4·2 (B) 3' 2 (D) 0' 4 (e) 0·8 6.6'·()"' .' . ) DE Be D') AD (.: 8 em. (..RS is the bisector of LR. > If AD ::::..AB= BC .Be 2 ]n5ABC. an.5 em 3. QR. andAC at D and E. then (C) . meetingAB (C . ·.AD '.()1.:..AB DE is II to Be.5 em (B) 4. .AC(A) 30" 1 BD DC' LDD- ~D·_..AC is equal to CD) 5.I . .. . LB (A) .d Le' . ". the11l. LD.AB = CA DE EF = LE..Exel'cht Choosethe eerreet answer L 6.. 'DE EF (B') Be = AB .7 em (A) 6. DB (B) AD .·. DB = . 4 em then PS is equal to 6 em." In triangles ABC and DEF.. (B) 4 ern (C) 3 em 4..en -.'.t h.AC ..:.AB EF .4 'I U a straight lliineintersects the sides AB andAC of a £lABC at D and E respectively and ..n /D "'.l ·f .2 em and AE = 2.

respectively..74 em If one 1I.2'ClTI! then EF ""'. shadow 8m Iong on the ground and at the same time a tower casts a shadow 40 m long on the ground. The perimeters of two similar triangles acre 24c. then their areas are in the ratio (A) 9._ !J.BD C . side of the first triangle is 8 em..2 then PD .AB·~ 5. and CD . ~dentify UTIlewrong statement.MDB -. 8.AABC A (C) 11.ARDe If a vertical stick l2 m long casts a... 4 em 7 (C) 6.m and 18 em.. (A) [2 (8) 5 (C) 6 (D) 4 . (D) . then the correspond ing side of the other triangle is (A) 4cm 12.&ABC (B) MBD . From.7 . (B) 3 em (C) 9 em (D) 6 em to meet at a point AB and CD are two chords of a circle which when produced P such that .ABC 8. then the height of the tower is (A) 40 9. the given figure. (A) 5. AP' ~. If their areas are lOOcm2 and 49 cm2 respectively and Be is 8.47 em (lID) 6.4 (B) 4:9 eC) 2:3 {lID) 3:2 10" Triangles ABC and DEF are similar.47 em (B) 5.:. (A) fj. In (B) 50 m (C) 75 m (D) 60 m The sides of two similar triangles are in the ratio 2:3.~ ..ADB .:.

13. 12..clU.6c111 (8) 20ClJ1ll (C) 18.n AP = (:8) 4cm (A) San 14.Al' >lPB..am (D) 24cm 15. If B[) = 8 em.:. In the figure. PA and P B are tangents the circle drawn from an external Also CD is a tangent to the circle at point P. PD= 8 au. (iB) 5 CUll (e) 24 em dARe is a right angled triangle where /. then .. (D) 38 em p If PA . em and CQ::::. PC = <6 and. In the figure. AD.. 10.oT is equal to (A) 3.::· 4 em. If the tangents PA and PE from an external point P to circle with centre 0 are inclined to each other at an angle of 40°· then LPOA "" (A) 70° (8) 800 to (C) 50 0 17. (D) 6QUl c A point P is 26 Cjn away from the centre 0 of a circle and PT is the tangent drawn from P to the circle is 10 em. [he. chords AB and CD intersect at P. In the adjoining If AB= figure.:::: . if LPAB == 120·' then LBPT= CA) [20° (C) 40° (D) 60° T 16.3 em. then CD is CAy 24 em (B) 16 em (C) 32 em (D) 8 em .8 == 90° and BD . then PC is equal to 8 CA) lm em IS.L AC.

then AB is (8) 20 em (C) 15 em (D) 18 em . CA) 12 em If DE = IDem.19.. The areas of two similar triangles are 1lolcm2 and 3601:1.5 em altitude of the other triangle is (D) 4. then the corresponding (Ay 6. em 5 t1DEFare 36cm and 24 em (B) 6 em (C) 4 em and 20. Ifthealtitude of the first triangle is 3 em. The perimeter of two similar uiMllgles:LlABC respectively.12 respectively.

(A) siul. e . CiQS (B) tan. 'lJ (D) cot 'l e rn (1')H + Clot?. lJ) ODS (j' + oo.~ 20olx.{} a" j .-.{) (A) 1 (:8) 0 2 ODS (C) . (. (:8) cos'l e (C) tan - 2. 2SI[!l- x~1 (D) 1 .-.. +tan2 0. ODS 2 e)sjn 2.{) .2 •4 x "" 'B)' . 1_ 1+ 4 sin (j' .:.. (A) sin2. a. (I) 8i[1.e (C) cote' (D) cosec () X .8ln(90·-. (C) 1 (D) tan! ()' .e (A) 0 (D) 2 ODS' [1' . sir]? [1')sec?."" f) (A) ClOSe 6.. 008 e x CB) • sin e' 'a2+x2 (C) cosec. 0.3 I answe ~ (:8) 1 (C) tan 'l) 2.&) ~ (:8) 0 . then the value of x~ - y: "" b'" (D) oosec'l'l) (A) 1 (B) -1 (C)tan2.::.2.e 3. !J .•'" 200s '1 x. . cOITecit 7. . O.I Exel'cbe [:boosethe 1.:::.e 4. yo ::::::btall (j. If uUllJ= a .1 (A) 7.s{900_..x (D) sect) If _'\':' sec.: D.sm. then the value of (A) 8.2 (D) -1 5.

27. In the adjoining: figure.:.8 _.lnsin.5m (C) . (B) . the adjoin~ng fi. (B) 65 111 (D) 75m A (l +~an2 . tanf) (A) tan {t' (B) 1 (C) -1 c (D) sin..cOlli 10. A man is 28...glueLABC= (A) 45· (C) 60' 13...21... (A) oos2.(1)(1 ..m (E) 2513 m (D) 25/2 c HI J3 12..5 ill (B) 30a (D) SO'" away from a tower.sin!. sin (J' "" ..5m (D) . In.sill e)(l + sin 8) . sin(90~._----:::-:..25 m (C) .28. (J' (A) cot {1' (8) tan.27m. The angle of elevation of the tower from his eyes is 45~..8)008 fJ "'" + 008 .. c (A) 85 ill (e) 95 m 15.fJ'.9. His eye level above the ground is L5 m.. ~~ • Then Be "". e (A) .___ (90· .0052e' (0) 0 .e ClOtt) sec ()' (C) sin e (D) . cot l) + tao...f) (C) sin! + ODS2 ()' e (8) sinZf). Then the height of the tower is (A) 30m 14.

u .9sec'1 (l .Il • 2c (B) [an? 0' 1 "2.f3. 0 (B) cosec. ll' IJ (C) sec? ()'_ it2lru1l) 17. (C) co. l+mm1lJ :2 1 + cot-8 (B) -1 (C) . () 19. (OOS2'.£I CO. () .£1 u v + :I "" (A) 1 18. LJ' cosec-2. 9 tanz. (C) sin2-/) (D) coe(l v+ £]' 0 1 + tan.cot! ()' .2.::: (A) 1 (8) 0 (e) 9 (D) -9 .2.e 0 = (A) oosec2 . Sl.fJ .l){ootl (j' + 1) " • (D) cos 1..8)(1(A) tan2lJ- ODS 8)(1 + ODS ()') = c:2 n (B)· Sin v0 ••• 0 sec2 lJ ODS 00 0 2. u 0 0:2.SIn1. 0 0.2 (D) 0 (A) cos 2. -I. :2n (D) Sln- i(7 - D cos 2.20.~-.e·'o_·oot 0:2 "c • ll' IJ 1(7 - " . (1 + ootZ..16.£1 .

um s .cm (C)2.an (D) ..hoose the 1. units .200 cnr' cylinder (D) 4~O em" is ... units .20 em 5. If its height is 5 em. ··.25cm (C) 30 ern The curved surface area of a right circular cylinder whose radius is a units and height is b units...• 3 h . then the sum of its height and radius is (B) .cm (B). is equal to (A) rro2bsq. If the volume of the cylinder is 120 on" then the volume of the cone is equal to (A) 1200cm3 B) 360cm3 (C) 40cm3 (0) 90cm3 .2ifabsq.2cm2 2. 2 '}[ sq. If the total surface (A) .Jfsq. (. (B) "3if'111 sq.•.200ffc:m2 and its (D) 15 em area a solid right circular radius is 5 em. Radius and height of a right circular cone and that of a right circular cylinder are respectively.crn 6. . The total surface area of a solid right circular cylinder whose radius is half of its height h is equal to .2 sq.units . 3 (D) 2 'If h sq.. 3 3. equal. h2 sq.• (A). .. 2 1 (·C) 2 J{. :I _l . nit . then the volume is equal to (A) 400cm3 4.OJ'l'('ct :lnSW(..l The curved surface area of a right circular cylinder of radius 1 ern and height 1 em is equal to (A) J[ em' (C) 3if em' (D) . (B) ·16··· .cm (C) . Base area of a right circular cylinder is 80 cm2 .

then the curved surface area of the sphere is eq ual to (A) 87[' an2 13. (B) 16cm' (C) 12K em/ (D) 16K em'.240an3 (8) 120cm3 (C) 80cm. If the circumference at the base of a right circular cone and the slant height are 120a em and IDem respectively. then the curved surface area of the cone is equal to (A) 1200}f 9.rran' (C) 3 (})y[ cm2 (D) 600em2 If the volume and the base area of a right circular cone are 48ft em" and 12K an2 respectively.2Dcm (C) 30cm (D) 96elTl. Then then: respective volumes are in the ratio (A) 4 : 1 (B) 1 : 4 (C) 2 : 1 (D) 1 : 2 12.5 em and 48 sq. then the volume of the cone is equal to (A) .r c:m2 (D)3Jt em!. 8. then the height of the cone is equal to (A) 6011 (B) Bern (C) 10 em (D) 12 an 10. . . then the slant height is (A) 10 CHI.2:1 respectively. If the height and the base area of a right circular cone are . If the diameter and height of a right circular cone are I.Zem and f em respectively. I f the radius of a sphere is 2 em . (B) .3 (D) 480cm3 11. ClU2 (B) 6DD. The ratios of the respective heights and the respective radii of two cylinders are 1:2 and . an respectively. The total surface area of a solid hemisphere of diameter 2 em is equal to (A) 12 cm2 (B) 12.7.

then its radius is (A) 15. a If the surface area of a sphere is 1OOK em2. If the surface area of a sphere is 36ff cm2.2 (D) 8 : 1 .untts.25 16.21 : 1.. If the total surface area of a solid hemisphere is 12K em2 then its curved surface area is equal to (A) 6ff cm2 (B) 24)1'( crrr' (C) 36.14. The total surface area of a solid hemisphere whose radius is a units.r cm3 (C) 721t cm3 (D) 108n Cl11::!' 19.units 17. (B) 100em (C)5em (D) 10C111 .2.25. (B) 129 : 15625 (C) 21 : 75 (0) . then its radius is equal to (A) 25 an 18. j em (B) ~ em (C) ~ em (0) 2 3 cm. is equal to (C) 3.20. 111en their vol umes are in the ratio (A) 81 : 6. If the radius of a sphere is half of the radius of another sphere.em .ra sq. If the volume of a sphere is ?6 1{ ell.5. The surface are as of two spheres are in the ratio of 9:. then their respective volumes are in the ratio (A)1:8 (B) :2: 1 (C) 1 : . then the volume of the sphere is equal to (A) 12ff em3 (B)36. "1 (0) 3a sq.rcm2 .

(B) 8 cm2 (C) 16 cm2 (D) 18 cm2 Two right circular cones have equal radii.21. then the total surface area of one of the hemispheres is (A) 12 cm2 . then their respective curved surface areas are in the ratio (A) 16: 9 (B)8. 4 .6 (C) 4 .22. If their slant heights are in the ratio 4 : 3.. If the sphere is divided into two hemispheres. Curved surface area of solid sphere is 24 ern".3 (D) . .3 .

72 (C) 0 . ill. 13. 2K Then. For any collection of (A) nx items.23.IEx~rdse..X) (A) U (B) x 1'1' (C) nx = (D) 0 6.. the: greatest value of the collection is (A) 42.x (B) (n-· 2)x (C) (n -Ox (D) 0 7. The raclage of the collection . For any collection of.~ (x. Lx :::::: then the.. n.2 'I Cboose the correct answer L The range of the first H) prime numbers 2. 11. The least value in a collection of datais Then.is 28 .5 (C) 42 ..5..5 14. 4 (D) 42 . J 3. 19.. . is 72 andthe Weastvalue is..414 (D) 0. y+ 5.29 (D) 27 is (B) 26 (C) 29 2.... If t isthe standard deviation of X. 8 2 4 For a coned-lion of ill items.3. (A) 28 7. . then the sEand!anll deviation of x+ 5. y z.. The greatest value of a collection of clam. the-coefficient ofrange is (A) 44 (B) 0.. (:Ex)..4.l1 items. (B) 43. arfutluuetic: mean ~s 1 132. z+ 5 is (A) ~ (B) t+ 5 (C) t (D) xyz . (A) 11 (B) ill2 (C) [4 = (D) 13 5. 17.

then the variance ills (B) US H (e) 32/2 of data is 2. Ifr is (C) 5/2 5 (D) 10 11 .. (D) 32 If each value is multiplied by 3.60 0 n Ule variance (A) 64 of 14.56 (e) L96 (D) 0 .4 (13) 2. The coefficient of variation is (e) 30 (B) 20 15.xy:l! (A) 25 48... Given2)x .. ] 0. [8. vadaHon. x:::... lliO. (B) /10 ee) (D) 0 of 28 36.25: then the S.5 (D) 3./5 (B) 110 of U). is (A) 42 Thecoefficient of (B) 25 (C) 28 (D) 48 .. 30 is.Mean and standard deviation ofa data are 48 and 12 respectively. 26. 32. 22. 10..52. . If the variance ofa data is 12. 20 and n = 12. is D (A) 3. Variance of the first ill 1 natural numbers is (A) ·.44.. [3.5 (13) 3 (e) 2. The variance (A) ]0 12.25 10.(A) 0./2. Standard deviation of (A) l12 collection then the standard deviation of (13)4l2 :=: me new data is (e) 6/2 CD)9/2 (D) 10 14...04 9.

The probability (A) 6._. . 10~· (8) 0 (C). ] () (D) 2 3 . One item is drawn at random. If ¢' is an impossible event.05 and. .14 (D) 0. P (B) ::: 0.. then p satisfies (A) 0 <p <1 (8) 0 <: p < 1 0< P <1 CD) 0 < p< 1 4. then P{¢. Then peA nB) == (A) PCB) .14.) = (A) ] . (8) ! eC) 0 (e)...Exercise ]1[1. that he will not score centum is The probability that a student will score centum in mathematics is § .0 (8) l . j_ ."" (A). .1 _ If S is the sample space of a random experiment. 1 (8) ~ .16 (C) 0.1.6 7.i. Let A and B be any two events and S be the corresponding sample space. The probability that it is a non-defective item is (A) ...2 (C) 0 (D) ~ (D).8 3.PCB) (D) P[{A UB}'] (e) peS) 5. 5 eC) .61 (8) 0. . If p is the probability of an event A.25. then peS) .3 1._ P(A nB) (B) P(A nB) . There are 6 defective items in a sample of 20 items. then P (A U B) ::: (A) 0. .2. P (A n B) ::: 0'. J_ 5 (D) ~ If A and B are two events such that peA) == 0.

."'. A card is drawn from a pack of 52 cards at random.!. ' 6.. (A) _L '" 4. 13 . " 13 (8) 11 13 (C) .11 (D) 0.. The probability of getting a prime or composite number is 5 . '4 '2 The probabilities of three mutually "1 1. (B) 0.24 A bag contains 5 black balls.. 3 (e) 12 (D) 3 "4 ED.j1 3'4"UThU . P(fTheith'a--. Two dice are thrown simultaneously..25 (e) 0.i. peA nB) = 0. 5 Th P'(A' U''8' 'U'C) IS ien '"'. (D) 2 ' 3 A fair die is thrown once.i.i. U B.. 8 events A. Probability of getting 3 heads or 3 tails in tossing a coin 3 times is (A) ~ (8) !.. . (e) ~ (D) ~ 15. 3 . 12 (C) = 1. the probability that it is not red is 5 (A) 12 12.A nor B) ::::..D)' 1 12 " 12 ' 12 If peA) == 0. (A") 19 (8) (e). The probability of getting 36 doublet is l 3 (e) . 13.8. (A) 0.' 1 (A) 1 (B) 0 (e) 6 (D) 6.. If A and B are mutually exclusive events and S is the sample space such that peA) == ~ PCB) and S = A. (8) 12 (E) "'.1:.".'" . If a ball is selected at random.25~ P(B) == 0. 4 white balls and 3 red balls. .. (..u.50. Band C are given by 1D.. exclusive (D).39 11. 4 9.14 then. then peA) (A) L (B) . 14. The probability of getting neither an ace nor a king card is (A) ..

20. probability of success is twice the probability of failure. 13 (C) 100 (D) 1 26 (D) 0. Probability of sure event is (A) 1 (B) 0 The outcome of a random experiment results in either success or failure.1 19.16. 0 The probability of selecting a queen of hearts when a card is drawn from a pack of 52 playing cards is 1 (A) 5 2 (B) ~~ (C) .i. (A) l . then the probability of success is (8) ~ (C) 1 . 7 (B) 2 7 (C) 3 -7 (D). The probability that a leap year will have 53 Fridays or 53 Saturdays is (B) L (C) _!_ (D) 3 (A)· 2 7 7 7 7 The probability that a non-leap year will have 53 Sundays ancl53 Mondays is < 17. If the (D) 0 . 18.

1 A H B .20 12 B 13 C 14 D A D 0 C EXlfTcise 2.20 A 15 A C Exercise 3.2 C 12 B 3 A 13 A 4 A D 21 D 22 A 23 C 14 A 24 C 5 C 15 A 6 D 1 B 17 8 9 C 18 C 10 C 16 D 19 B 20 C D D 25 A ..5 1 A 11 A .2 D 3 C 12 A 13 B 4: D 14 D 5 D 6 A 16 B t B 17 B 8 B 18 A 9 B 19 10 B ..Answers Exer ctse 1.2 C 3 C 4 A S A ]5 Ii B 16 1 A 17 8 B 18 B 9 B 19 A 10 B .7 . 9 1 1 B 11 .

4 1 A 11 D .Answers lExerrise 4.6 1 C 13 C 2 B 3 4 D 5 A A 6 B 18 7 D S A 9 D 10 11 12 B C C .23 B 14 C 15 C 16 D 17 H1 D 20 A 21 A 22 B B B Exercise 6.2 B 3 A 4 D 5 B 6 7 B 17 B 8 D 9 B 19 D 10 B 12 D 13 C 14 D 15 D C 16 A 18 B 20 C .4 ] D 11 B 2 D 12 D 3 A 4 D 5 B 6 D 7 B 17 A 8 C 18 9 C 19 B 10 A 13 D 14 B 15 C 16 B C 20 D Exercise 5.

2 C Exereise n.2 C 3 C 13 A 4 A 5 A 15 (5 7 A 17 D 8 A 18 B 9 C 19 B 10 B 16 C B 20 D 11 B 12 C 14 D C Exercise 8.3· I B .2 C 3 A 4 A 5 B 16 B 6 7 A 8 B 19 D 9 D 10 11 C 17 12 D 13 D 14 B 15 D 18 B C .20 A C .Answers Exercise 7.4 1 B .z 6 1 D 11 D 2 A 3 C 13 4 B 12 B 14 D 5 D 15 B C 7 C 8 B 9 A 10 B C .21 D C 2.

3 1 .11.Answers Exerclse .2 D 3 8 4 A 5 A 6 B 7 A 8 A. 9 10 A c 11 D n 19 A 12 c 13 C 14 B 15 E 16 C 11 D 18 A 20 E I .

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