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. 17.ot 9.... A pack of playing card. + aoZn =0. AB.8 = 0 and x .AlinethroughthepointA (k+ 1.2**zl 16. The arc AC of a circle subtends a right angle at the centre O. Solve the inequality: sin6 x *. 2for 1< s Sn. . y satisfr the relations tu. 5 8 r5.5x .s were examined. C. t. I$. F. 18. The positive acrrte angles o. (6n . L4. 2 \".o16 I .1) are placed in a bag. v\ *n"re0< x.2k)meets thelines 7x+y .5y + 8 = 0 at B. find the vector OE i" terms of il and b.y<!.) Findthesumo+p+y. D respectively.16 = 0. AD are in harmonic progression for all values of k. Ltd. cot Y : 1 l. show thatthere doesnotexist atyZ on orinside the circle lZ1"= 19. When the first 13 card. Show that the number of ways of drawing 3 such numbers is 3n2.urr 92 ar.s SECTION II Each question carries four marks. The point B divides the arc AC in the ratio t : Z. What is the probability that the missing card in the pack is red? 20. llT/MES l/Maths .3 . E: 1. Three are to be drawn so that the sum of the numbers on them is 6n.s contained.Provethatcosl **"o'v \:.. 2. l 't 3Lz'rl suchthat 1+ arZ+ arzz +.If CE : d and CH : b. 2 3 2 2 2\ * .Without expanding at any stage (except where there are 2 zeros in a row or column) show that (b + c)2 ^' (c + a)2 a 2 b2 22 cc b2 =Zabc(a+b+c)' 3 (a + b)2 L2. x Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. . only 51 cards. Prove that LM is constant and equal to the semilatus rectum of the parabola.t \1+cos*rory/ /to' rr1 (r^ I t . PQ is any chord of the parabola y2 = 4axwhose right bisector meets the axis of the parabola in M and the ordinate through the midpoint of PQ meets the axis in L. they were all feund to be black. ll. Prove thatAC.y .6n tickets numbered 0.If lurl ..
axis Or z is purely imaginary i.rsinxxxcgsx+x2cotx Xt withoutusing L. New Delhi . 2.110016.2OO5 OPEN TEST MATHEMATICS QUESTIONS & SOLUTIONS SECTION A I21 ' _.axis Alternate: Or z is purely imaginary i. ICES House. Ph: 26515949.s Rule.ICC ALL INDIA TEST SERIES IITJEE. 1. .e.:_ sinxxxcosx+x2 llm x+0 X5 JITITCC cotx  . Either z is purely real i.FIIT. FindI the locus of z where zwher t1*1 z. * 1 + z+ ! 1) z'1 z2+1 22+1 .j. ..0 (except the points (t 1.e.e. i . z lies on y . 26569493. . z lies on y . z lies on x .. I2l . Saruapiga Vihar.._4 z'1 =+ z2= = Real +xY=0 Real (By componando and dividendo) :+ either z is purely real i. l' z: 4! is real + (2. Foc : 26513942 _/' .a _1 . 2 t=*' . Flospital._ (sinxx)+xcotx(xsinx) lrm _:__ x+0 X5 Ltd.+ + =:_:_' + zrZ2 +22 _22 _1=2222 +22 _22 _1 z'1 Z'1 + 2(22 Z') = o + 2(z +z)(z z) = o Given that . 0)).e. Eitherz + Z =O orzZ =0.. . Kalu Sarai. z lies on x . 29A. . / ^ Evaluate x+0 .axis Hence locus is pair of straight line xy .. 0)).axis Hence locus is pair of straight line xy = 0 (except the points (t 1.  1.
+r. +r. ?br=  L (sa)2(sb.cos2 9. 5. Applying A. *k)(rr+tXq +q)=4Rs2. (from (2)) 'lz)(.abc.s. (2) and (3)..)= 64R3 cos2 .o.. = x+0 x+0 Xr Xo 3. ZASASiSS.' "or'f.M.AITS2005OTMA2 . 'l = 4R3[sinA+sinB+sinC]2 = Alternate: ffit"+b+c)2 . we get (1 +aX1 +b)(1 +c)>8(1 a)(1 bX1 4. [. Neut Dethi  110016. tanxx.2(sc)2 I L4 ts2 . fo. . Katu Sarai. (r. ttreir t21 ln a triangle.] A* . . Letf rino (x). L. Ph: 26t515949.. +rrXr. provethat .b)6c) Similarly 1 + b = 1 a + 1 c c). Sarvapiga Vihar. we get 1 +a = 1b + 1c >2{1.1][a.= r. band care positiverealnumberssuch thata + b + c= 1.. be a nonnegativecontinuousfunction.1 6 3 =j 18 i lf a. Vx>0.  anOra +4 =+ncos'zt.f (x) sin x < 0 + (f (x) cos x)'< 0 Let G (x) = f (x) cos x. 2  Similarly. then 121 """ t' [t'). 11 *t. (1 +axl+bX1 +c)>8(1 aX1 bX1 c). If f'(x) cos x <f (x)'sinx.]l[]* sa] Lsa sbJIsb sc][sc 1 = usf{2s(a+b)l[2_s(b+_c)][2s:(a+c)]l = o..o. = 4Rcos9[rin 2L 2) Bl = 4R.a+1b >2\mtc) multiply (1). ZASISS<Z .. ta Wehavel+a=1b+1c >2\mi and 1+c= 1 .[ . ICES House.M > G.sJ=c fI) =c fE) =c[9r) =o frnfc Ua. (sinxxX1xcotx) = lim sinlx.3)(. 29A. 12+h=4Rcos2 Now. prove that (r.)(r."r. (where all the symbols have usuat meanings) 4.. Xr tan X = 1 *1r. x)0. =+nfsin f . G'(x)<o + G (x) is a decreasing function. =4Rs2.H.r+.TJ' (1) (2) Givenf(x)>0Vx>0 f' (x) cos x.tror! * r'n. A 5.z =o*s2.
P:h: 26i51594j9.. l2l 6. f[9ll=o (3/ Alternate: Givenf (x)>0Vx>0 f'(x)cosxf(x)slnx<0 =+d(f(x)cosx)<0 ... Find the locus of the focus of the family of parabolas having directrix of slope m and touching the linesx =a and y = Let (h.vx>1.j as tangent at vertex is parallel to directrix. e) From (1) and (2). Kalu Sarai.AITS. The foot of perpendicular from (h..1'70A1:6.  i m Hence the locus is Y + mx = am + b.. SimilarlY.. x. proverratf(x)>tan' *f..(1) + 5r/3 J o1r1*1cosx)<o *12 /e \ r _ . 6.(1) t2tr ' 7.oT.2OO5.0 3 \3. b).MA€ = t[9)../ /r\ o .td ICES Nouse. Letg(x)=tanrxf(x) Differentiating (1) w. Saruapriya:tiihim. As perpendicular from the focus on any tangent meets it on the hngent at vertex Hence the slope of tangent at vertex :+r kb ir kb .t. for Y = b it is (h. b. k). Netobelki .(3) From statement (1) and (3)..(sr)___5r <A +... 29A. . Forf(x)=i#at : vx>0. o vx > 0 '. k) be the focus of parabola. (3. g 7.. +g(x) ' =)g(x)<g(1) Vx>1 gfl) =. is decreasirg function ' AE fi . 26569493./ = r(E) \3/ = o . FQx: 26513l942 . '(T) = . k) to x = a is (a.. we get g'(*)=#f + g'(x) '(r) Almf'{x)= "'= \ / 1+x' *ffi. Il lcos.r.
Alternate: (A'B'Y = (Bt. f: 12. . 29A. Altemate Solution: . Similarly B1 is also symmetric. Here AB = BA + (Aey = (BRy = A'B' = AB = AB is symmetric. New Delhi .'A = I + (A1)' = A1 =+ A1 is symmetric. Kalu Sarai. lf A.f1 (A.fl = B1 At = (ABfl = (BAfl = ArB1. and symmetric matrices. ilo* +Jt'1x. B are nonsingular symmetric matrix. x=y=z=f.=91.ax f'(x)=i*>0VxeR +f'(x)=#vx>1 . or vx>1 tanrxt(x)<i :+ f (*) > tanlx ] vx > 1. Since f(x) is b'rjective and f (1) = 4 (2) = 1 and the f (x) is decreasing. ::' 10. Moreover (A1Bt1' = 1Bly (A')'= B1A1 = (ABf1 = (BAfl = fl19t + A181 is symmetric. Plove thai tnere existsexactly one solution foi(x) = g(x) in (1. and AB = BA.ox=J ^d* o .11 r4 ""' lf both lines intersect then intercection of first line with both the planes is same. 1 0. Fax: 26513942 .a2x+(1 all the possible values of a and b. 26569493.71are two continuous bijective functions such that f(1) = 4 11. ICDS House. vx>1. 4] and g: 11 . Ph: 26515949. AtsoAA1 = I + (AAt)' = t' = I or (A1)'A'= I =+ (A1. . +t tf.e. prove that A1Br is 9. lf linex=yFzintersectthetine b\+(24a)y+z=1.lllt69 Ltd. 121 + 2). (bt)2 +(a 2)2 =o o =a=2andb=1.' (At)' = (B. 2l + [1 . l1+x' +f (x)>tian1x f erf (1. 2l ariO g(Z) = 7. b' +(24a)+1 a2 +12b+1 i. Saruapriga Vihar.AtTS20050TMA4 = g(*)=.110016.2b\y+z=l thenfind 121 8.
too = (looc0xloo + looc.[3 are in G.'oocr.f2. Ltd... to C. Fax: 26515942 ... =xt +Y2 =t.5 Similarly g(1) = 2 andg (x) is increasing.' _ Cr..MA.'ooc..13. Prove that 'ooco... Saruapriga Vihar..oocr. Ph: 26515949.'ooc.. 12.Elousq 29A..P...oo entfr. 3.. Consider a series of 'n'concentric circles Cr.'ooco * .. 26569493..ar00q.10011.... 12.ooxlool =+ (tm co...... consider h(x) = f(x) .*.*xr@. ICAS. if this is a tangent to Cg we get t= re 3 r! =rrr. (1 + x)1@ = l@Co *'ll * t@C.. > rn and rr = 10. +1@ c.i ..'ooc....OT.110016..'ooc.+roo C16s) t*c..roocr.P.AtTS2005. . and tooco. t4l !\'...tooco *.. (i = 1.2). !. ..+roocrr....oo=l.. Equation of chord of contact of tangent from P (xr. is a tangent to C.. LetCr=x2+Y2=rl C.. Consider three concentric circles Ct. *roo ('*co + lmcrx + 1@crx2 +.. =Xvrooco. .. =x' +y2 =t C. 13...+ ..'ooc**rooc€]..xss +. *'oocr. 2.. 2). . Also angle between the tangents from C.*.* + loocrx2 +1oo c. Ile + ..\ \... The circles are such that the chord of contact of tangents from any point on C. Now. xxr * Wr f1. rn respectively. *'ooc.ooCo*roo + 100crxss + loocrxss +.12.. 11..*..'ooc. Cz. if the angle between the tangents from any point of C. 12. i t4l 11.. + 100cru Jm croo ) ='oocro.'oocrtoocr..+.roocroo y=100cr. Cz. Also (1+ x.ooc. is '  \ s + ri =0. Neut Delhi . +100 crr. yr) to C.. Cn with radii rr.. to C. +x+Y=2mCro.g(x) h(1)=2andh(2)=6 =+ h(x) has atleast one root in (1.). Ca.rooc. (*co '*c.1loocz.rn afe in G. ) *'oocr. is I 6 2 f1 ' 2 ntafil t 12.. *. Find the value d lnln ..'o'co*1ooc+... Also h'(x) = f' (x) . to t'3 C.* lmCrooxl@ + (1+ x)2@ = (.. where x= 1*co.'*cr. *'oocnr.*Cr* (1 + x)lm = lmCo * 100Cr x + 100Czx2 + . t3..... *'oocr. is {. satisfying tr >tz > g... Kalu Sarai..Ca with rodii 11..x...'ooc..g' (x) < 0 + There is exactly one root of h (x) = 0 in (1.
. .5y =9) and x+ y. Fax:26513942 . The lengths of two opposite edges of a tetrahedron are a. Hence P should be the collinear with SS". \1i 'r ( * +=! 44 (Using (1)) s)' 10 _. Let P be the point of contact. Find the coordinates of the point where this line touches the   . Since PS'= PS". where Pt.5 = 0 ie P=rg1 11) (e'e) 14. Given S (1. * *4 ^lZ ^lZ =b2 or b2 = (1 1o .= b2.26569493. Hence Zae = SS' = 1) and (2. e) 6\t Jfiltec Ltd. 1) as its focii and x + y tangent. :\ 4 solving the above equation with x + y On  5 = 0. An ellipse has the points (1. ICESHouse.. Hence P is point of intersection of SS" (4x. and the angle between them is 0. R and d respectively. = * 13. B and C be d. 1 Also PlPr.. we get vvrr*vtre contact. the shortest distance between these edges is d.110016. Because the line L = 0 is tangent to the ellipse there exists a point P uniquely on the line such that PS + PS'= 2a. Ph:26515949./ Alternate: Find imageS" of S'with respecttox + y5 = 0 h2 . (2) b2= 10 +a2 e') = 10 or a2=10 Hence equation of the eilipse l*.29A.. ln the tetrahedron OABC. 3). t4l 13. There exists one and onlyone point P on L = 0 such that PS + PS" = 2a. take O as the initial point and let the position vectors of A..)*(yn1). SqruapriyaVilnr.Pzare lengths of perpendiculars from S and S'to the tangent.AITS20050TMA6 tooCo.1) are focii. KaluSarai. . the volume of the tetrahedron is equalto 1a (f.s" =k+1_ 112 2(4) =.$ = 0 as one of its ellipse. b. Neut Delhi.tooc+s ] . Prove using vectors that the volume of abdsino the tetrahedron is 141 6 14. (1) =ae= 2 So.612x+1156=0+x= !1 *pointof t vttrrvr I  [91t 9 [ 11) 9. 81x2..1) and S' (2. 2x 'ooCru 1_  =. [ 'oocru .. $" = (6.
= 2a?". x = a and xaxis is equal to area bounded by y = f (x)..26569493. 8n players P. En16 ano P(BnA) P2 winning in first round x probability of P1 winning and Pz loosing in second round x probability of P1 winning in 3'd round.P=J \ \ \.SaruaprigaVihar. the line perpendicularto both OA and BC.2gA..= J i (r'(r)*t11x1)ox 1"6.f'. lt is known that all the players are of equal strength. x = a * t.=0..a) *u (*.. labsine[.(f where ff is the unit vectoralong PN.Be) = fr (te. t.. Also IBC.Pan play a knock out tournament. ' \\ effee Pfq) 2n . Find the probability that Pz looses in the second round.AITS... From (3) and (2). g4n_2 S"^ '"Con . I Given a li r. andt=afl 1x. f (x) is a continuous and bijective function on R.... = Probability of both Pr ?nd  _ 6n2a . ' 'Un_1 '"Crn O"^ 2"^ '"Cn _  n 4(8n  1) Hence.(1) . lf it is given that Pr wins in the third round.n = lausine[projection of OB on PN] = labsine[RerOendiculai distance between OA and BC] = 15..8n1 (A/ Ltd. * (Sincef (a) =0andf (x)is monotonic). ICDSHouse... f (a+t)=f (at)= x (saY) + t = rl 1x1a.. x = a and xaxis.MA.7 Abo Be =d[ sothat votumeof tetrahedron i. f absine. (a .1t. u = = Uk lBCllalsinOrl..KaluSarai. (2) . P2.2OOs. (x)) + (a ... P(A) 4 rofind PrB)_P(BnA) (A/ P(A)=.e... = 5. The tournament is held in 3 rounds where the players are paired at random in each round.Ph:26515949. 141 Let A be'the event of Pr winning in 3'd round and B be the event of Pz winning in first but ' loosing in 16.d = labdsin0.. 'I = at f1xlO*=J f(x)dx J a =f(at)=f(a+9 +f (at)+f (a+t. lf V t e R area bounded x=a1\ by y = f (x). Here V = 1* *aT) = fa ([.OT...x)) = 0 = i r'1*yo.dx = 2alu (given that f (a) = 0. 4n2a 2n1a "'v2n.f_' (.Fax:26513942 . J t" Then prove tnat f11x. Ps.*l o. ..NetoDelhi110016.(3) ...r. t41 15.*l= a+t lTr. second.
Solve the fotlowing system of equations sinrx + sin1y = '2 3 and sin2x = cos2y. 17 Two tangents to a hyperbola meet its axes in concyclic points.Ph:26515949.u) as point are . Pi wins = iligt^' =ln1 tn'con.mh)2 = a2m2 b2=+ (h2 a1m2 2hkm + k2 + b2= 0 fftrrnz = k2+b2 . (0.1 \264 I G n eitaaLtd. 8n1 4n1 8n1 4n1 2n 17.(1) W =x= W =x2+f=t asain sin2x = cos2y = ror(i . 7r F* X=+.. let point of intersection of tangents be (h.) ... (0. 61 ano try. Show that the locus of their point of intersection is a rectangular hyperbola.26569493. Alternate: \ Probability that Pz wins in first round given. k) + (k.r* =Znn+2y. Given P1 wins in 3'd round 2n =.(2) From (1) and (2). their point of intersection with axes are ^lr'^i O' Let hyperbola be 1.. probability that Pz looses in second round.. l.Atrs2005oTMA8 l.NeutDelhi11OO16.. . and y = rlrzX * respectively.1 is rejected as points will not be concyclic.) .r*) = cos2y I i. tangents with y concyclic t+.Fax:26513942 . y < 1 also sin1x * sin'ty = '2 =+ sin1x=cos'y=sinl . 18. t4l For the given equation 0 < x.KaluSaraiSaruapigaVihar. t4l slope Inr ood IIl2 ore = rllrx * 6' 5 5= and ^[a"ml. ICESIIozSg 29A. mlm2 = 18. .. where n e x*y= in*. Now. oJ.'i. + ... 8\264 andV=. 8n1' ln second round probability that Pz Iooses in second round given P1 wins 2n =t ^ 2n1 4n1 4n1 Hence. h2k2 =a2 \b2 = Hi=1 locusisx'f=a2+b2. oJ..
....+h=A.1 '21 2h1 + 71r= 2 A hz = hr = hrus calculate(2hr1=3fu2 . Equation of plane passing through (1.s JllltCC Ltd. The equation of line of intersection of these planes is *:..(1) Let the volume of water passed through the pipe in time'dt'. The minimum distance of the point x x' Y .. Ph:26515949.hJ .. which is )+' ov =a[zg(3h. Neu Delhi..4 =Y 12 5 = =:. are connected by a pipe at the bottom. 1) from the line (1) is SrEl 3 units.29A. .Yr perpendicular to (1 . Then. volume in tank (1) + volume in tank 121 = totalvolume.. 2)dt = Here 'h' is the height of water in both the tanks when it is equal. therefore #i. 1.1=* 223 1A = '2A = a 3alzg 3 nn+4n=A. where 'hr' and 'h2' are the heights of water level (above pipe) in the tanks at that time and 'g' is acceleration due to gravity.zt perpendicular to the rine = I4I ? =ry =+ 19.. and hr. Putting in above equation we get t . so it is =Adhr .1=3h=1=>h=?. The rate of flow of water through the pipe at any time is alEg0. 141 20. KaluSarai. 'l) from the line of intersection of the above two planes. Find the minimum distance of the point (1.. ICESHouse.110016.(z) 2)dt The volume of water passed through the pipe in time 'dt' will cause the downing of level of tank (1) by dh.. 1.26569493.. SaruaprigaVihar. 20. then find the time when the level of water in both tanks will be same (neglect the volume of the water in pipe).AtTS20050TMA9 '19. Two cylindrical tanks in which initially one is filled with water to the height of 1 m and other is empty. lf the cross sectional area of the filled and empty tanks be A and N2 and that of the pipe be 'a'. (1) (1 The minimum distance of . Water is allowed to flow from filled tank to the empty tank through the pipe. 1) from the plane x + Y + z = 1 measured z. Let at any time 't' the height of water above the pipe in the tanks be h. we get Adhl =afs(3h. Ah. Fax:26513942 .ft=i*=#f*. 1.0 1 .(3) From (2) and (3). 1) from the plane x + Y + z = 1 measured is the perpendicular distance of the point (1 'l =r 2 . 1) and perpendicular to the given line is x+2y+32=6. 1. 1...
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