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3 2 1 4 3) 1 24 4) If x denotes the greatest integer not exceeding x and if the function f defined by £ a . x  2  x 8 2) 1) 2.

2 cos x ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ x2 f x  ¦ ¤ Q ¦ ¦b tan ¦ ¦ < x .

.. then the ordered pair (a.  3 2 If y = (1 + x) (1 +x2) (1 + x4). 1 .. 1 n 3) 1..1 3. 4> ¦ ¥ 1) 2. 3 4) 2. b) = 2) 2... x  0 x p 0 is continuous at x= 0....

If  2  x .  then     dy ¬ ­ ­ ® dx ­ x0  1) 0 3 2¬ 1  x  y ­  k  ­ cos 2) 1 2 dy  dx 3) 1 4) 2 4. x .

y2 ­ ­  ® (a constant). then 1) y x 2) x y  Q Q¬ 3) x2 y2 4) y2 x2 5. ­ If f x  x .

sin x for x   . then its left hand derivative at x = 0 is  ­   2 2® 1) 0 2) –1 3) –2 4) –3 6. If y  1) ez log e x d 2 y dy . ­ .

then x dz 2 dz 2) 2ez 3) zez 4) ez 7. If 10  B radius then the approximate value of cos (600 1') is 1) 1 B 3 .  and z  log e x .

2 120 2) 1 B  2 120 3) 1 B 3  2 120 4) 1 B .

If the distance travelled by a particle in time t is given by s  t 2  2t . 2 120 8.

y  sin y . then its acceleration is 1) 0 2) 1 3) 2 4) 3 The length of the substangent at any point x1 . y1 on the curve y = 5x is 1) 5x1 2) y1. 3) log e 5 4) 1 log e 5 10.5x1 2 9. 5 . u  u x.

ax  y .

1 . ax º 1) u xx  a .u yy 2 2) u yy  a u xx 2 3) u xx  a .u yy 2 4) u yy  a u xx 2 Page No.

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x .

a  x ­ dx   ­ ¨  ax a.

x ­ ­   ® 1  x ¬ 1) 2 sin  ­ .

c  ­  ­ a® 1  x ¬ 2) 2a sin  ­ .

c  ­  ­ a ® 1  x ¬ 3) 2 cos  ­ .

c  ­  ­ a ® 1  x ¬ 4) 2a cos  ­ .

c  ­  ­ a ® 12. If ¨ sin 8 x  cos8 x dx  A sin 2x .

B . 1 2 4) 1 ¨ cot x  tan x dx  1)  cos 4x . then A = 1 2sin 2 x cos 2 x 1 2 2) -1 3) 1)  13.

c 1 .

cos 4x 1 4 2) 1 cos 4x .

c 8 3) 1 sin 4x .

c 4 4)  cos 4x .

.. 2.... c 1 8 14...... then I . The area (in square units) of the region bounded by the curves x = y2 and x = –3 –2y2 is 1) 3 2 Q /4 2) 2 3) 3 4) 4 15. If I n  ¨ tan 0 n RdR for n = 1.. 3. .

.. I  .... n 1 n .....

1 2) 1 3) 1) 0 1 n 4) 1 n .

5  and f 2  5 . f 0. The solution of the differential equation dy y K y / x  . f 1  2. f 1. Using Simpson's rule 4 4 1) ¨f 0 x dx  14 3 2) 7 6 3) 14 9 4) 7 9 17. 5 13 Let f 0  1.1 2 16.5  .

dx x K ’ y / x is  y¬  ­ 3) yK  ­  k  ­ x®  y­ ¬  ­ 4) K  ­  ky  x®  y¬ ­ 1) xK  ­  k  ­  x® 18.  y¬  ­ 2) K  ­  kx  ­ x® ­ .

cos x  0  ­ If y = y(x) is the solution of the differential equation  with y(0) = 1. then  y .

1 ­ dx ­  ® Q¬ y ­   ­ 2­  ® 1)  2 .

sin x ¬ dy 1 3 2) 2 3 3) 1 4) 4 3 19.d 2) <1.d 3) < 4. then B= 1) <0. d l B defined by f(x) = x2 – 4x + 5 is a bijection.d 4) <8. If f : < 2.d Page No.2 .

until the bag is empty.... . If a... 2.. 0.. –13... when [y] denotes the greatest integer not exceeding y. 2) a – b +b is divisible by 3) a3 + b3 4) a2 + b2 A bag contains n white and n black balls. ... 13. 3............. If the number of ways in which each pair consists of one white and one black ball is 14.. 14} 3) {–15. ¡5°  x¯ ¢ ± then \f x : x  71^  2) {–14... 15} 21.. P8  A ..... –14.. If f : R l R is defined by f x  ¡ ° for x  R ...... 14.. 3..... 14. 15} 4) {–15........ 0...... –14....... ..... b and n are natural numbers then a 1) a + b 22. The number of five digit numbers divisible by 5 that can be formed using the numbers 0... .. 4.. Pairs of balls are drawn at random without replacement successively. 14} 2n–1 2n–1 1) {–14. then n = 1) 6 2) 5 3) 4 4) 3 23....400..Eamcet-2011 Engineering Maths 20.... 1.. 0.... 5 without repetition is 1) 240 2) 216 3) 120 4) 96 15 24.... 0....... –13.

14 P7 º A  14 Én 1) 25. 8. If P6 2) n1 14 P8 3) 15 P7 4) 16 P9 1 C3 .

É C4 n C3 . x 2 . then the minimum value of n is 2) 6 3) 7 4) 8 1) 5 26. then r = 1) 14 2) 15 3) 18 4) 21 27. If the coefficient of r th and (r+1)th terms in the expansion of (3+7x)29 are equal.

x .

1 A B C  .

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x .

1 x  2 x  3 x 1 x  2 x  3 º A .

C  1) 4 2) 5 3) 6 4) 8 d 28.   n 1 2n  2n .

then sin2 (A + B) = p2 1) 2 p . then the curve y = ax2 + bx + c 1) cuts the x-axis 3) lies entirely above the x-axis 2) touches the x-axis and lies below it 4) touches the x-axis and lies above it 30. 1 ! 2) 1) 29. If tanA and tanB are the roots of the quadratic equation x2 –px + q = 0. 1 e e 2 3) e 4) 2e If a > 0 and b2 – 4ac = 0.

q2 31. 1) –2 32. p2 2) p 2 .

q 2 2) –1 p2 1 3) 1 q 2 3) 1 p2 4) p 2 .

3° x 2  3x . 1 q 2 4) 2 The value of 'a' for which the equations x3 + ax + 1 = 0 and x4 + ax2 + 1 = 0 have a common root is If x is real. then the value of 1) ¡ .

4 lies in the interval x 2 .

3x .

4  1 ¯ ¡¢ 3 °± 2) ¡ . 6°  1 ¡¢ 6 ¯ °± 4) ¡ .3  1 ¡¢ 7 ¯ °± .5°  1 ¯ ¡¢ 5 °± 3) ¡ . 7° Page No.

Then i . 2 2 Let z  a  . C 3) A B . C 2) A B . C 4) A B .Eamcet-2011 Engineering Maths 33. 1 0 1¬ ­  ­  ­ A  0 1 1­ º A 2  2A   ­  0 1 0­ ­ ­   ® 1) A1 2) A1 3) I 4) –I 24 25 26 36. C ¯ 1  ­ A B .a  R . 25 26 27  26 27 27 1) 0 2) –1 3) 14) 2 37. If A is a matrix such that  3   ¬  ¬ 2 1­ A 1 1 1 1­ ­ ­  ­ ­ 0 0® then A = ­ ­ 2®  2) 2 1  1)   1 1­ ¬ ­ ­ ­ 0 1®  3)    1 0¬ ­ ­ ­ 1 1­ ®  4)   2¬ ­ ­ ­ 3­ ® 35.  cos B sin B 0 ¬ ­  ­   sin B cos B 0 ­ º   A B . C   ­ ¢ ±   0 C­ ­  0 e ­  ® 1) A B . C 34.

2) –2 3) 4 4) –4  The locus of the complex number z such that arg   1) a circle 2) a straight line  z2­ Q ¬ ­  is  z . z  i  z  i 2 1) 2 38.

1 . 2­ 3 ® 3) a parabola 4) an ellipse 39.

If f x  sin x . If f : \ 1) 2 Q m \ is defined by f(x)=7+cos(5x + 3) for x \. then the period of f is 2) Q 3) Q 5 4) 2Q 5 41. i 1 i 1) –1 2011 2009  2) 1 3) 2 4) –2 40. cos A  1) 7  A ¬  5A ¬ 3 º 32 sin  ­ sin  ­   ­  ­ 2­  2 ­  ®  ® 4 2) 8 6 6 3) 13 4) 11 42.

1°  1 ¯ ¡¢ 4 °± 4) ¡ . °  7 5¯ ¡¢ 8 4 °± 2) ¡ . The most general value of R which satisfies both the equations tan R  1 and cos R  1) nQ . °  1 1¯ ¡¢ 4 2 °± 43. then f(x) lies in the interval 1) ¡ . cos x for x  R . °   1 5¯ ¡¢ 2 8 °± 3) ¡ .

7 1 is 2 Q 4 2) 2nQ .

7Q 4 3) nQ .

4 . 1 n 7Q 4 4) 7nQ 4 Page No.

tan 1 x .Eamcet-2011 Engineering Maths 44.

sinh 1) log cot    46. 2) 1 3) 0 4) Q 5 8 1 cot x  2) log  tan     ¬ x­ ­ ­ 2®  ¬ x­ ­ ­ 2® 3) log 1 . cot 1 x  2 2 5Q ºx 8 2 1) –1 45. For 0  x b Q .

cot x 4) log 1 .

tan x 2 In a triangle ABC if a cos C A 3b .

The height (in meters) of the cloud above the lake given that cot150  2 . cos A cos B cos C   . In a triangle ABC if 1) Right-angled 48. then %ABC is a b c 2) Isoscles right-angled 3) Equilateral 4) Scalene The angle of elevation of a stationary cloud from a point 2500 m above a lake is 15 0 and from the same point the angle of depression of its reflection in the lake is 450. c cos 2  . then the sides of the triangle are in 2 2 2 2) a geometric progression 4) an arithmetico-geometric progression 1) an arithmetic progression 3) a harmonic progression 47.

3 . is 1) 2500 2) 2500 2 3) 2500 3 4) 5000 The magnitude of the projection of the vector a  4 i  3j .

2 2) 3 3) 1 3 4) 1 2 50. 2k on the line which makes equal angles with the coordinate axes is 1) 49. If the vectors i  2x j  3yk and i .

3x j .

y) is 1) a circle 2) an ellipse 3) a parabola 4) a straight line For any vector r . 2yk are orthogonal to each other. then the locus of the point (x. i q r q i .

j q r q j .

k r q k  1) 0 2) 2 r 3) 3r 4) 4 r If the vectors AB  3i .

4k and AC  5 i  2 j .

4k are the sides of a triangle ABC. If a  1. 52. b  2 and the angle between a and b is 1200. then the length of the median through A is 1) 2) 3) 4) 51. then 1) 425 2) 375 3) 325 \ a . 14 18 25 29 2 53.

Let u  2 i . 3b q 3a  b ^  4) 300 54.

j  k and w  i .

If u is any unit vector then the maximum value of the scalar triple product uvw is 1) 1 2) 10 . 3k .

6 3) 59 4) 60 Page No.5 .

2 (c) 0. Suppose three students are selected at random from the class. The probability that there are two boys and one girl is 1) 35 76 2) 35 38 3) 7 76 4) 35 72 56. The probability that no two black balls are placed adjacently is 1) 1 2 2) 7 15 3) 2 15 4) 1 3 57.0. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (i) (ii) (1) (a) (b) (c) (d) (2) (c) (b) (3) (c) (b) (a) (d) (4) (c) (a) The probability distribution of a random variable X is given below: X=x P(X=x) 0 1 10 1 2 10 2 3 10 3 4 10 Then the variance of X is 59.1 (iii) (d) (b) (iv) (a) (d) 58. P(B) = 0. The probability that out of 2000 individuals exactly there will suffer bad reaction is 1 2 8 4 2) 2 3) 2 4) 2 2 e 3e 3e 3e The locus of a point such that the sum of its distances from the points (0.6.001. A class has fifteen boys and five girls. is 1) 60.Eamcet-2011 Engineering Maths 55.4 and P A  B = 0. Let A and B be events in a sample space S such that P(A) .4 (b) 0. -2) is 6. 1) 9x 2  5y 2  45 2) 5x 2 .3 (d) 0. 63. Seven white balls and three black balls are randomly arranged in a row.2) and (0. 62.5. Observe the following lists: List I i) P A  B ii) P A  B iii) P A  B iv) P A  B List II (a) 0. 1) 1 2) 2 3) 3 4) 4 The probability that an individual suffers a bad reaction from an injection is 0. 61.

9y 2  45 3) 9x 2 .

4) 2) (4. 8) in the line x + 3y = 7 is 1) (1. The coordinates of B in the new position 1) 2. 1) is rotated through and angle of 450.y) with natural numbers as coordinates that lie inside the quadrilateral formed by the lines 2x + y =2. If one of the lines in the pair of straight lines given by 4x 2 .-4) 4) (-4. 2) 4) 2. 2 2) 2.2 3) (2. x = 0. 5y 2  45 4) 5x 2  9y 2  45 The number of points P(x. about A in the anticlockwise direction. 1) 3) (-1. y = 0 and x + y = 5 is 1) 12 2) 10 3) 6 4) 4 The image of the point (3. 2 64. -1) The line joining the points A (2. 0) and B (3.

6xy .

-10} 2) -2. then k  1) {-2.2} 4) 2. 10} Page No. 10} 3) {-10. ky 2  0 bisects the angle between the coordinate axes.6 .

Eamcet-2011 Engineering Maths 65. If ax 2 .

2hxy .

by 2 .

2gx .

2fy .

then a value of c is 1) 2 2) 3 3) 4 4) 5 A line segment AM = a moves in the XOY plane such that AM is parallel to the X-axis. 71. 72. 67. then s : p= 1) 4 : 3 2) 2 : 3 3) 3 : 5 4) 3 : 4 2 2 If the line y = 2x + c is a tangent to the circle x + y = 5. then the locus of M is 1) x2 + y2 = 4a2 2) x2 + y2 = 2ax 3) x2 + y2 = 2ay 4) x2 + y2 = 2ax + 2ay If the lines 3x 4y -14 = 0 and 6x + 8y 7 = 0 are both tangents to a circle. c  0 represents a pair of parallel lines then 1) a b g 2  ac  f 2  bc 2) a b 3) b a 4) b a 66. If A moves along the circle x2 + y2 = a2.4y +c = 0 touches the circle x + y -6x + 8y + k = 0 orthogonally then k = 1) 59 2) -59 3) 19 4) -19 2) 70. The point of contact of the circles x 2 . If s and p are respectively the sum and the product of the slope of the lines 3x 2  2xy 15y 2  0 . then its radius is 1) 7 7 7 7 3) 4) 2 4 6 2 2 2 2 If the cirlce x + y +8x . 73. 69. 68.

y 2 .

2x .

2y .

1  0 and x 2 .

y 2  2x .

2y .

1  0 is 1) (0. 0) 2 If a chord of the parabola y = 4x passes through its focus and makes an angle R with the X-axis. 0) 4) (-1. 1) 2 2) 3 3) 4 2 2 The eccentricity of the ellipse x + 4y + 2x + 16y + 13 = 0 is 1 1 3 2) 3) 3 2 2 The angle between the asymptotes of the hyperbola x2 . 1) 2) (0. ­ is  ­  6­  ® 1 and passing through the point r 1) sin R .c­ ­   8 ­ then the length of the latus rectum is ­  ® 74. 1) 76.3y2 = 3 is 1) 75. then its length is 2) 4 sin 2 R 3) 4 cos ec 2 R 4) 4sec 2 R 1) 4 cos2 R If the straight line y = mx + c is parallel to the axis of the parabola y2 = lx and intersects the parabola at  2 ¬  c . Q 6 4) 8 1 2 Q 2 4) 2) Q 4 3) Q 3 4) The polar equation of the line perpendicular to the line sin R  cos R   Q¬ 2. -1) 3) ( 1.

cos R  3) sin R .

3 . cos R  77.

1 r 2) sin R  cos R  3 .

1 r 3 1 3 4) cos R  sin R  r r The ratio in which the line joining (2. 3) and (-4. 5. -4. -6) is divided by the plane 3x +2y +z .7 .4 = 0 is 1) 2 : 1 2) 4 : 3 3) -1 : 4 4) 2 : 3 Page No.

B .Eamcet-2011 Engineering Maths 78. Q If the angles made by a straight line with coordinate axes are B . 3 74 2) 5 74 3) 6 74 4) 13 74 The radius of the circle given by x 2 . -1) and is perpendicular to the line having direction ratios 3. C then C = 2 1) 0 79. The perpendicular distance from the origin to this plane is 2) 1) 80. -4. Q Q 3) 4) Q 6 2 A plane passes through (2. 3. 7.

y 2 .

z 2 .

2x  2y  4z 19  0  x .

2y .

2z .

7 .8 . is 1) 4 2) 3 3) 2 4) 1 Page No.

Eamcet-2011 Engineering Maths ANSWERS 1) 3 6) 4 11) 2 16) 1 21) 1 26) 4 31) 3 36) 1 41) 4 46) 1 51) 2 56) 2 61) 3 66) 2 71) 2 76) 1 2) 2 7) 3 12) 1 17) 2 22) 2 27) 4 32) 4 37) 2 42) 3 47) 3 52) 2 57) 2 62) 3 67) 4 72) 3 77) 3 3) 3 8) 3 13) 4 18) 1 23) 2 28) 1 33) 1 38) 1 43) 2 48) 3 53) 4 58) 1 63) 1 68) 2 73) 4 78) 3 4) 1 9) 4 14) 4 19) 2 24) 2 29) 4 34) 4 39) 4 44) 1 49) 2 54) 3 59) 4 64) 3 69) 3 74) 1 79) 4 5) 3 10) 1 15) 3 20) 4 25) 4 30) 4 35) 1 40) 4 45) 1 50) 1 55) 1 60) 3 65) 2 70) 2 75) 3 80) 2 Page No.9 .

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