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THE HOME OF TEXT MATHS REVISION Important questions for Board exams.

Derivatives & Integration

1.Differentiate y=tan-11+sinx+1-sinx1+sinx-1sinxw.r.t.x. 2.Finddydxif y=cotxsinx+tanxcosx 3.Evaluate 3x+2x2-5x+4dx. 4.Evaluate e2xsin3xdx. 5.Evaluate 0π2logcosx dx. 6.Evaluate 02dxx+4-x2 7.Evaluate 15x+4-5x+2dx 8.Evaluate sin2xdx7sin2x+3cos2x. 9.Evaluate 1+sinxdx 10. Evaluate 4x+32x3+3x+432dx 11.Find the derivative ofsin2x+3w.r.t.x using the first principle. 12.Differenciate xxsinxw.r.t.x 13.Finddydxif y=cos-11-2x2 14.Evaluate 15+4cosxdx 15. Evaluate d4xsin3x dx 16. Evaluate 043x+53x+5+39-xdx. 17. Evaluate0π4log1+tanxdx 18.Evaluate logxdx 19. Evaluate cosxdx 20.Differentiate sinx w.r.t.cosx 21.Evaluate 012(sin-1x)1-x2dx 22. Evaluate 2x-1x-54dx 23.Evaluate sinx1-sinxdx 24.Differentiatex2+1x2+4w.r.to x. 25.Finddydxif y= sinx 26.Differentiate y=tan-1cosx1+sinxw.r.to x. 27. Evaluate sin3xdx 28. Evaluate 54x2+4x-15dx 29.Evaluate exdxe2x1+4ex 30. Evaluate x3+2x2+6x2+x-2dx. 31.Evaluate 0πxsinx1+cos2xdx 32.Evaluate 23dxxx3-1. 33.Differentiatetan-1sinx1+cosxw.r.t.x 34.Finddydxif x2+y2+6x-4y+10=0 35.Differentiatecosx+sinxcosx-sinxw.r.t.x 36.Evaluate 0π2cosecxcosecx +secxdx 37.Prove that 012sin-1x1-x232dx=π4-12log2 38.Evaluate 012-x21+x2dx 39.Evaluate –π2π2sin4xsin4x+cos4xdx 40. Evaluate cosxdx1+sinx2+sinx3+sinx).

41. Evaluate sec34xdx 42. Evaluate 2x+1x+45dx 43.If y=cosxlogx+ logxx, finddydx. 44.Differenciate 1-x21+x2w.r.t.2x1+x2. 45.Differentiatecot-1xexw.r.t.x 46.If x2+3xy2+y2=x, finddydx. 47. Evaluate cos2x dx 48.Finddydxwhere x=aθ+sinθ; y=a1-cosθ 49.If y=tanlogx, finddydx. 50, If fx= 1+4x, findf'2by first principle. 51.If x=acost+tsint; y=asint-tcost, finddydxat t=π4 52.Evaluate dx4ex+9e-x 53. Evaluate logxx3dx 54.Evaluate 01x1-x52 dx 55.Evaluate -111-x2 1+x2dx 56. Evaluate x21-xdx 57. Evaluate excotx+logsinxdx 58. Evaluate 012dx1-2x21-x2. 59.Evaluate dx2-3sin2x 60. Evaluate x3dxx2+1 61.If x13+y13=a13, finddydx 62.If y=xlogx, finddydx. 63.If y=xx+xsinx, finddydx 64.y=tanxx1+x2, finddydx. 65.Evaluate 3x2-4x+252×3x-2dx 66. Evaluate ex(1+tanx+tan2x)dx 67.Find the derivative of tanx w.r.t.x using the first principle 68.If y=cosx+y, finddydx 69.If y=exsinx, finddydx 70.Evaluate 04dxx+16-x2 71.Evaluate dxsinx-asinx-b 72. Evaluate logx2+ 4dx 73. Evaluate 0π2sinx1+cosx3dx 74. Evaluate 0adxx+a2- x2 75. Evaluate sinx1+sinxdx 76. Evaluate x3logxdx 77. Evaluate If y=x3logcosx, finddydx 78.Diff.w.r.to x, 1-cos2x1+cos2x 79. Evaluate sinx-asinx-adx 80.Evaluate cos2x sinx dx. 81.Finddydxif y= 3-x3+xx2+2.

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THE HOME OF TEXT MATHS REVISION Important questions for Board exams. 82.If y=sin-1(2x1-x2), finddydx. 83.Evaluate loglogxxdx 84.Evaluate ex2-sin2x1-cos2xdx 85.Evaluate 0πdxsin2xdx 86.Show that 0ax2a-x32dx=1635a92. 87. Evaluate 1x2-6x-7dx 88. Evaluate x3x2+1dx 89.If x2y3=x+y5finddydx. 90.If fx= cosx, find f'π6from the first principle. 91.Differenciatesin3xcos2x w.r.t.x 92.If y=5x3+4x-5, finddydx. 93.Evaluate x2+14x4+x2- 2dx 94. Evaluate dxsin2x+2cos2x+3 95.Finddudvif u=2bt1+t2, v=a(1-t2)1+t2, in terms of u & v. 96. Evaluate cos4xdx 97. Evaluate sin-1xdx 98. Evaluate 01x+4x2+5dx 99.Evaluate 0aa-xxdx 100. Evaluate sin2xdx

ii. IF the question paper is not easy then we shall not pass.

7. Let

p : Riyaz passes B.M.S. q : Riyaz gets a job. r : Riyaz is happy. Write a verbal sentence to describe the following. Using appropriate symbols, translate the following statements into symbolic form. “A person is successful only if he is a politician or he has good connections”. Express the following statements in verbal form:

i. p→q r ii.p q~r

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**i.p⋀q ii. ~p ⋁q where p:Sacgube is smart. q:Sachin is healthy.
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10. Let p: Rohit is tall. q: Rohit is handsome. Write the following statements in verbal form using p & q.

LOGIC

1. Express the following in the symbolic form i. Hari is either intelligent or hard working.

a. ~p⋀(~q) b. p (~pq) 11.Give a verbal statement for a. p→~q b. ~p↔ ~q p :Rama is young. q :Rama is intellignet. 12. Construct the truth table and determine whether

the statement is tautology, contradiction or neither.

**ii.a+b2=a2+b2if and only if ab=0. 2. Given p ≡ x is an irrational number.
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q ≡ x is the square of an integer. Write the verbal statement for the following.

i. ( p → q) ⋀ (q ⋀ ~q)

ii. [ p ⋁ (~ q ⋀ p)] → p iii.~( p ⋀ q)

**i. p~q ii.~p →q 3. Using the statements:
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P: Kiran passed the examination. S: Kiran is sad. And assuming that ‘not sad’ is happy, represent the following statement in symbolic form. “Kiran failed or Kiran passed as well as he is happy” Write the following statements in symbolic form. i. Bangalore is a garden city and Mumbai is a metropolitan city. ii. Ram is tall or Shyam is intelligent. Write the following statements in symbolically. i. If a man is happy, then he is rich. ii. If a man is not rich, then he is not happy. Write the following statements in symbolic form. i. Akhila likes mathematics but not chemistry.

iv.p → (q → p)

v. p ⋁ (~q ⋀ p).

vi.~ ( p ↔ q).

vii.[ p ⋁ (~ q ⋀ ~p)] → p

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viii.( p → ~q) → (q ⋀ ~q) ix.[q ⋀ ( p → q)] → p x.~( ~p ⋀ ~q ) xi.[~(p ⋁ q) ⋀ p]

13. Do as directed. i. Prove that the following statements are logically equivalent: p → q ≡ ~q → ~p ii. Show that the statements p → q and ~( p ⋀ ~q) are equivalent. iii.Write the truth table for “Disjunction”. Write the disjunction of the statements: India is a democratic country. France is in India. iv.Using the truth table, Prove that p ⋀ (~p ⋁ q) ≡ p ⋀ q.

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(~p)

**viii.Prove that the statement pattern ( p ⋀ q) ⋀
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(~p⋁~q) is a contradiction.

**ix.Show that the following pairs of statements are
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equivalent: p ⋀ q and ~( p → ~q ). 14. Represent the following statements by Venn Diagrams: i. No politician is honest. ii. Some students are hard working. iii.No poet is intelligent. iv.Some poets are intelligent. v. Some mathematicians are wealthy. Some poets are mathematicians. Can you conclude that some poets are wealthy? vi.Some parallelograms are rectangles. vii.If a quadrilateral is a rhombus, then it is a parallelogram. viii.No quadrilateral is a triangle. ix.Sunday implies a holiday. x.If U = set of all animals. D = Set of dogs. W = Set of all wild animals; Observe the diagram and state whether the following statements are true or false a. All wild animals are dogs. b. Some dogs are wild. xi.Some students are obedient. xii.No artist is cruel. xiii.All students are lazy. xiv.Some students are lazy. xv.All students are intelligent. xvi.Some students are intelligent. xvii.All triangles are polygons. xviii.Some right angled triangles are isosceles. xix.All doctors are honest. xx.Some doctors are honest.

8. If A=63-4ais a singular matrix, find a. 9. If A=3125, B=5621, then show that A+Bis a non-singular matrix. 10. If x+2y2-1x-y=42-15, find x& y. 11. If A=132-1, B=2643, find the matrix X such A-2B+X is a unit matrix. 12.ix r e of teh hat 3A - 2Bs. the following statements are true or falseis in India. If A=5443, B=-3445Find A,B & AB. 13.A=3-1243-5, B=-1248-13 verify that A+B'= A'+ B'

14. Find the values of x and y from the matrix equation:

**1332x532y-5=5-3-777-1 15. If A=2411, find A-1 16. If 3x-164272+ 54-32y+310= 13101782 17. If A=ab00, B b0-a0Show that
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(A+B)2 = A2 + B2 + BA.

**18. Find the inverse of the matrix 1303
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19. Solve the equation by reduction method.

**2x+4y-1=0 , x+y=1. 20. If A=39-4-12, B 4386Show that
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(A+B)2 = A2 + AB + B2. 21. Solve the equation by using reduction method.

x+y=1, 4x-3y=18. 22. If A = 2-11-23-2-44-3show that A2=A.

23. Find the matrix X such that AX = B, Where

A=1-22-1, B=-31 24. If A = 12& B=2 5 find AB.

Does (AB)-1 exists?

Matrices

1. Find k if k 2 secθ -2tanθk2secθ2tanθ=29 2. If A= 213321, B=123423Show that AB'=B'.A'. 3. Find k if the following matrix is singular. A=65142-114-1k

4. Find the matrix X such that 3A – 2B +4X = 5C.

25. If A = 133313331, show that A2-5A is a scalar matrix. 26. If A=2103, B=123-2, verify , AB=AB 27. Find the value of a & b from the matrix equation: 3214a15b=45-35. 28. If A=2-103, B=-123-2, verify that AB=A.B. 29. Find a matrix X such that 2X – 3A = B where A=10212-1211, B=1210-13416. 30. If A=100111, B=12-2331, C=21, X=xyz,

Find x, y, z if (5A-3B)C=X.

5. Find x, y, z if 1-4352-13=xyz 6. If A=31-12, find the matrix A2-I. 7. Find the inverse of the matrix 2312.

DISCRETE PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS

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1. Six coins are tossed simultaneously. What is the probability of more than 2 heads? Distribution, if n = 7, p = ¼.

**19. In a certain plant there are 4 accidents on an
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average per months. Find the probability that in a given year there will be less than 4 accidents.

2. Find the mean and variance of the Binomial 3. For a poisson distribution with parameter 0.3, find p x<1and px ≠0. e-0.3=0.7408

4. Workers in a factory have 20% chance of suffering from a disease. What is the probability that out of 6 workers selected 4 or more suffer from the disease. probability of getting 2 heads? Find the mean and variance of the binomial distribution with parameters n = 16, p = ½ .

e-

4=0.0183

20. On an average A can solve 40% of the problems. What is the probability of A solving 4 problems out of 6. 21. An unbiased die is thrown 5 times and the occurrence of 1 or 6 is considered as success. Find the probability of exactly one success. 22. Find the binomial distribution whose mean is 9 and variance is 2.25.

**5. Six coins are tossed simultaneously. What is the
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23. Assuming that the probability of fatal accident in a factory during the year is 11200 . Calculate the

probability that in a factory employing 300 workers there will be at least 2 fatal accidents in a year.

**7. The probability that a poisson variate x takes a
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positive value is (1 – e – 1.5 ), find the variance. 8. For a binomial distribution probability of 1 and 2 successes are 0.4096 and 0.2048. Find p. 9. Six coins are tossed simultaneously what is the probability of getting at least two heads. 10. Find the Mean and Variance of the binomial distribution if n = 7, p = ¼ .

(e-0.25=0.7788).

**24. For binomial variate x, with n = 6, p = 2/3, find px≥2. 25. An unbiased dice is thrown 5 times and the
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occurrence of 1 or 6 is considered as success. Find the probability of at least 4 successes. 26. For a binomial distribution the number of independent Bernoulli trials was 12 and probability of failure was 5/6. Find the means the variance of the binomial distribution.

**11. A variate follows poisson distribution with
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parameter 0.3, find p(0), p(1). (e – 0.3 = 0.7408). 12. How many tosses of a coin are needed so that the probability of getting at least one head is 87.5%. 13. A biased coin for which head is thrice as likely as tail in a toss, is tossed five times. Find the probability that three heads occur in these five tosses.

**27. If 2% of electric bulbs are defective. Find the
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probability that in a sample of 200 bulbs less than 2 are defective. e-4=0.0183. 28. Assuming that half of the MBA’s are commerce graduates and that the investigators interview 10 MBA’s to see whether they are commerce graduates what is the probability that 2 or less number of MBA’s will be commerce graduates. 29. An unbiased coin is tossed 6 times. Find the probability of getting at most two heads.

**14. For a binomial distribution, mean is 6 and the standard deviation is 2.Find the probability that
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the number of success is exactly equal to the number of trials.

**15. Between 2 pm and 4 pm the average number of
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phone calls per minute coming into a switch board of a company is 2.35. Find the probability that during one particular minute there will be at most 2 phone calls. [ e - 2.35 = 0.095374] 16. On an average A can solve 40% of the problem. What is the probability of A solving exactly 4 problems out of 6.

**30. Find the parameters of binomial distribution if mean = 7/4, SD = 214. 31. A factory produces on an average 5% defective
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item. Find the probability that a randomly selected sample contains 2 or more defective items.

**17. An unbiased die is thrown 5 times and occurrence
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of 1 or 6 is considered as success. Find the probability of at least one success.

e-

0.05=0.9512.

32. The overall percentage of failures in an examination is 40. What is the probability that out of a group of 6 candidates at least 4 passed the exam. 33. A fair dice rolled 5 times getting an even number is considered as success. Find the probability of no successes.

**18. For a Binomial distribution mean is 4 and Standard Deviation is 125. Find the parameters
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of the distribution.

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34. Find the parameters for binomial distribution if mean = 15/2, variance = 15/8.

**35. 4% of the bolts produced in a factory are
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defective. Find the probability that a random sample of 100 bolts contain at least one defective bolts. e-4=0.0183. 36. The probability that a man hits the target is 1/5. If he fires 5 times, what is the probability of hitting the target at least twice. 37. A dice is tossed 5 times what is the probability that 5 shows up exactly thrice. 38. Find mean and variance of the Binomial distribution, n = 10, p = 3/5.

**39. A variate follows Poisson distribution with parameter 0.3 find px≥1if e-0.3=0.7408.
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40. A has won 20 out of 30 games in chess against B. In a new series of 6 games what is the probability that A would win four games. 41. If for a binomial distribution probability of success is ¼ and the mean is 12.5, find the remaining parameters of the distribution. 42. The probability that A wins a game of chess against B is 2/3. Find the probability that A wins at least ‘one’ game out of the 4 games he plays against B.

**43. If X is a Poisson random variable such that P(x=3)
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= P(x = 4), find the mean find the standard deviation of the distribution.

44. If X is a Poisson variate with mean 3, find px≥2.[Given:e3 =0.0498]

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42, … 31. Estimate the missing term x 0 1 2 3 Y 1. 1. - 0. 5 1 6 interval h = 1. 4 0. 2

Numerical Method

1. Using Newton’s Backward formula, find cos750 if 2. Evaluate: -221+x+x2+x3dx; dividing the

interval [-2,2] into 4 equal parts by trapezoidal rule.

3. Find Δ2 f(x) = x3 + 3x + 5 if h = 1.

4. Given h = 1. F(x) = x(x-1)(x-2) find Δf(2). 23,34, ……. Estimate the missing figure interval h = 1.

**32. Find Δ2 f(x) if f(x) = x2 + x by taking difference 33. Show that Δ log f(x) = log 1+Δfxfx.
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34. Find the sixth and seventh term of 6, 11, 18, 27, 38, …… 35. Estimate the share capital in 2006. 36. The marks of the students are given below.

**5. Find the 19th term of the sequence of 2, 7, 14,
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**7. Find Δ2 f(x) if f(x) = x2 + x by taking difference 8. Show that Δ log f(x) = log 1+Δfxfx.
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9. Find the sixth and seventh term of 6, 11, 18, 27, 38, …… 10. Estimate the share capital in 2006. 11. The marks of the students are given below.

**37. Using Simpson’s 1/3 rule. Calculate 0611+x2dx
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by taking 7 equidistant ordinates.

**12. Using Simpson’s 1/3 rule. Calculate 0611+x2dx
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by taking 7 equidistant ordinates.

**38. Find Δ2(x2+5) 39. If f(x) = x2+ 2x – 4 , h = 1 find Δf(x). 40. Find the 15th term of the sequence 8, 12, 19, 29,
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42, … 41. Estimate the missing term Year 2 2 2 2 2 000 001 002 003 004 Share 55 70 98 135 180 Capital In Thousand 42. The marks of the students are given below.

**13. Find Δ2(x2+5) 14. If f(x) = x2+ 2x – 4 , h = 1 find Δf(x). 15. Find the 15th term of the sequence 8, 12, 19, 29,
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42, … 16. Estimate the missing term x0 0 30 60 c osx0 1 0. 8 0. 5 9 0 0

**43. Using Simpson’s 1/3 rule. Calculate 0611+x2dx
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by taking 7 equidistant ordinates.

**17. Evaluate: -221+x+x2+x3dx; dividing the
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interval [-2,2] into 4 equal parts by trapezoidal rule.

**44. Find Δ2(x2+5) 45. If f(x) = x2+ 2x – 4 , h = 1 find Δf(x). 46. Find the 15th term of the sequence 8, 12, 19, 29,
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42, … 47. Estimate the Marks 30– 40 Number of 31 students missing 40– 50 42 term 50– 60 51 60 – 70 35 70–80 31

18. Find Δ2 f(x) = x3 + 3x + 5 if h = 1.

19. Given h = 1. F(x) = x(x-1)(x-2) find Δf(2).

**20. Find the 19 term of the sequence of 2, 7, 14,
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th

23,34, ……. 21. Estimate the missing figure

**22. Find Δ2 f(x) if f(x) = x2 + x by taking difference
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interval h = 1.

**48. Using Simpson’s 1/3 rule. Calculate 0611+x2dx
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by taking 7 equidistant ordinates.

**23. Show that Δ log f(x) = log 1+Δfxfx.
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24. Find the sixth and seventh term of 6, 11, 18, 27, 38, …… 25. Estimate the share capital in 2006. 26. The marks of the students are given below.

**49. Find Δ2(x2+5) 50. If f(x) = x2+ 2x – 4 , h = 1 find Δf(x). 51. Find the 15th term of the sequence 8, 12, 19, 29,
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42, … 52. Estimate the missing term x 1 2 3 4 5 F 2 5 7 - 3 (x) 2

**27. Using Simpson’s 1/3 rule. Calculate 0611+x2dx
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by taking 7 equidistant ordinates.

28. Find Δ2(x2+5)

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53. If f(x) is a polynomial of second degree and if f(1) = 7, f(2) = 5, f(7) = 5, f(8) = 7, find f(x). dividing [0,2] into 4 parts.

**77. If f(x) = x2 + x + 1 . Construct a forward
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difference table with x = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

**54. Using Simpson’s 3/8 Rule evaluate 04.5ydx.
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55. Find Δf(x) if f(x) = x(x-1)(x-2)(x-3) by taking h=1.

**56. Find Δ23ex.
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57. By constructing the forward difference table find the sixth and seventh terms in the sequence 6, 11, 18, 27, 38, ……… X 0 0. 1 1. 2 2. 3 3. 4 4. 5 5 5 5 5 Y 0 6 1 30 5 63 7 74 8 82 0 0 0 0 58. Find Δf(x) if f(x) = x(x-1)(x-2)(x-3) by taking h=1.

**78. If f(x) = 2x3 + 3 find Δ2f(x). 79. If f(x) = ex show that f(x), Δf(x), Δ2f(x), … are in
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g.p. 80. Find the missing X 0 1 2 F 3 2 7 (x) term 3 4 2 5 4 9

**81. The profit of a company (in lacs) is given below.
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Estimate the profit in the 6th year using suitable interpolation.

**59. Find Δ23ex.
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60. By constructing the forward difference table find the sixth and seventh terms in the sequence 6, 11, 18, 27, 38, ……… 61. Using the data estimate f(5).

**82. Evaluate 271x2-1. using trapezoidal Rule by
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dividing the interval [2,7] into 5 equal parts. 83. Construct a backward difference table

**84. Find Δ2f(x) if f(x) = 2x2 + 3. 85. Given u2 = 10, u3=18, u4=29, u5=52. Compute
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Δ2u2+Δ2u3.

**62. The profit of a company (in lacs) is given below.
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Estimate the profit in the 6th year using suitable interpolation.

**86. Evaluate Δ2x3Ex3 87. Given sin450 = 0.70, sin 500 = 0.76, sin 550 =
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0.81, sin 600 = 0.86, find sin520, using Newton’s method of interpolation.

**63. Evaluate 271x2-1. using trapezoidal Rule by
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dividing the interval [2,7] into 5 equal parts. 64. Construct a backward difference table

**65. Find Δ2f(x) if f(x) = 2x2 + 3. 66. Given u2 = 10, u3=18, u4=29, u5=52. Compute
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Δ2u2+Δ2u3.

**88. Apply Simpson’s 38th Rule to evaluate 0611+xtaking 6 equal parts in [0,6]. Hence find
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the value of log 7.

**89. Prepare the difference table for y = x3 in [0,6] by
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taking the difference interval h = 1.

**67. Evaluate Δ2x3Ex3 68. Given sin450 = 0.70, sin 500 = 0.76, sin 550 =
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0.81, sin 600 = 0.86, find sin520, using Newton’s method of interpolation.

90. If f(x) = x4 find Δ2f(x). 91. Show that f7=f6+Δf5+Δ2f4+Δ3f3+Δ4f3. 92. By constructing forward difference table find 6th

and 7th terms of the sequence 3, 11, 31, 67, 131, ………

**69. Apply Simpson’s 38th Rule to evaluate 0611+xtaking 6 equal parts in [0,6]. Hence find
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the value of log 7.

**93. Using Newton’s Interpolation formula find
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log25(upto two decimal) given that 94. Newton’s Interpolation formula find log25(upto two decimal) given that

**70. Prepare the difference table for y = x3 in [0,6] by
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taking the difference interval h = 1.

71. If f(x) = x4 find Δ2f(x). 72. Show that f7=f6+Δf5+Δ2f4+Δ3f3+Δ4f3. 73. By constructing forward difference table find 6th

and 7th terms of the sequence 3, 11, 31, 67, 131, ………

**95. Evaluate 021+x4dx using trapezoidal Rule by
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dividing [0,2] into 4 parts.

**96. If f(x) = x2 + x + 1 . Construct a forward
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difference table with x = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

**74. Using Newton’s Interpolation formula find
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log25(upto two decimal) given that 75. Newton’s Interpolation formula find log25(upto two decimal) given that

**97. If f(x) = 2x3 + 3 find Δ2f(x). 98. If f(x) = ex show that f(x), Δf(x), Δ2f(x), … are in
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g.p. 99. Find the missing term Year 1 2 7 9

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Profit (in lacs) 4 5 5 5

**123.Prepare the difference table for y = x3 in [0,6] by
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taking the difference interval h = 1.

**100.Evaluate 271x2-1. using trapezoidal Rule by
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dividing the interval [2,7] into 5 equal parts. 101.Construct a backward difference table

**102.Find Δ2f(x) if f(x) = 2x2 + 3. 103.Given u2 = 10, u3=18, u4=29, u5=52. Compute
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Δ2u2+Δ2u3.

124.If f(x) = x4 find Δ2f(x). 125.Show that f7=f6+Δf5+Δ2f4+Δ3f3+Δ4f3. 126.By constructing forward difference table find 6th

and 7th terms of the sequence 3, 11, 31, 67, 131, ………

**104.Evaluate Δ2x3Ex3 105.Given sin450 = 0.70, sin 500 = 0.76, sin 550 =
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0.81, sin 600 = 0.86, find sin520, using Newton’s method of interpolation.

**127.Using Newton’s Interpolation formula find
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log25(upto two decimal) given that 128.Newton’s Interpolation formula find log25(upto two decimal) given that

**129.Evaluate 021+x4dx using trapezoidal Rule by
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dividing [0,2] into 4 parts.

**106.Apply Simpson’s 38th Rule to evaluate 0611+xtaking 6 equal parts in [0,6]. Hence find
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the value of log 7.

**130.If f(x) = x2 + x + 1 . Construct a forward
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difference table with x = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

**107.Prepare the difference table for y = x in [0,6] by
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3

taking the difference interval h = 1.

**131.If f(x) = 2x3 + 3 find Δ2f(x). 132.If f(x) = ex show that f(x), Δf(x), Δ2f(x), … are in
**

g.p. 133.Find the missing term X 1 20 30 40 0 L 1 1. 1. 1. ogx 3 4 6 dividing [0,2] into 4 parts. 50 2. 2

108.If f(x) = x4 find Δ2f(x). 109.Show that f7=f6+Δf5+Δ2f4+Δ3f3+Δ4f3. 110.By constructing forward difference table find 6th

and 7 terms of the sequence 3, 11, 31, 67, 131, ………

th

**111.Using Newton’s Interpolation formula find
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log25(upto two decimal) given that 112.Newton’s Interpolation formula find log25(upto two decimal) given that

**134.Evaluate 021+x4dx using trapezoidal Rule by 135.If f(x) = x2 + x + 1 . Construct a forward
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difference table with x = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

**113.Evaluate 021+x4dx using trapezoidal Rule by
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dividing [0,2] into 4 parts.

**114.If f(x) = x2 + x + 1 . Construct a forward
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difference table with x = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

**136.If f(x) = 2x3 + 3 find Δ2f(x). 137.If f(x) = ex show that f(x), Δf(x), Δ2f(x), … are in
**

g.p. 138.Find the missing term X 1 2 3 4 5 Y 2 4 8 - 3 2 139.Find f(4) using Lagrange’s formula.

**115.If f(x) = 2x3 + 3 find Δ2f(x). 116.If f(x) = ex show that f(x), Δf(x), Δ2f(x), … are in
**

g.p. 117.Find the missing term X 1 2 3 4 5 F 2 7 1 2 3 (x) 8 6 5 6 4 7

**118.Find Δ2f(x) if f(x) = 2x2 + 3. 119.Given u2 = 10, u3=18, u4=29, u5=52. Compute
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Δ2u2+Δ2u3.

**140.Using Simpson’s 1/3rd rule evaluate 06ydx if 141.Complete the difference table if y0 = 2, Δy0=-1,
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Δ2y0=0, Δ3y0=3, Δ4y0=-2, where y = f(x) is a polynomial of degree 4.

**120.Evaluate Δ2x3Ex3 121.Given sin450 = 0.70, sin 500 = 0.76, sin 550 =
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0.81, sin 600 = 0.86, find sin520, using Newton’s method of interpolation.

**142.Evaluate Δ3 f(x) if f(x) = x3 – 3x2 if h = 1. 143.Show that f5=f4+Δf3+Δ2f2+Δ3f1+Δ4f1. 144.Given u2 = 13, u3 = 28, u4 = 49, u5 = 76, find
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Δ3u2 and Δ2u3 without constructing the difference table. X 1 2 5 7 F 6 1 3 6 (x) 1 8 0

**122.Apply Simpson’s 38th Rule to evaluate 0611+xtaking 6 equal parts in [0,6]. Hence find
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the value of log 7.

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Δ2y0=0, Δ3y0=3, Δ4y0=-2, where y = f(x) is a polynomial of degree 4.

**147.Evaluate Δ3 f(x) if f(x) = x3 – 3x2 if h = 1. 148.Show that f5=f4+Δf3+Δ2f2+Δ3f1+Δ4f1. 149.Given u2 = 13, u3 = 28, u4 = 49, u5 = 76, find
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Δ3u2 and Δ2u3 without table. X 0 1 2 Y 0 0 0 .14 .16 .17 constructing the difference 3 0 .19 4 0. 2 5 0 .21 6 0 .23

**150.Complete the difference table if y0 = 2, Δy0=-1,
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Δ2y0=0, Δ3y0=3, Δ4y0=-2, where y = f(x) is a polynomial of degree 4.

**151.Evaluate Δ3 f(x) if f(x) = x3 – 3x2 if h = 1. 152.Show that f5=f4+Δf3+Δ2f2+Δ3f1+Δ4f1. 153.Given u2 = 13, u3 = 28, u4 = 49, u5 = 76, find
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Δ3u2 and Δ2u3 without constructing the difference table.

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154.Find the number of students who obtained less then 45 marks if dividing the interval [0,3] into 6 equal parts.

**178.By constructing the difference table find Δ2 y3
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and Δ2y2 if y2=13, y3=28, y4 = 49, y5 = 76. 179.The population of a town is given as 180.Estimate f(2) using Lagrange’s formula if

**155.Using Trapezoidal Rule evaluate 03x2dx by
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dividing the interval [0,3] into 6 equal parts.

**156.By constructing the difference table find Δ2 y3
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and Δ2y2 if y2=13, y3=28, y4 = 49, y5 = 76. 157.The population of a town is given as 158.Estimate f(2) using Lagrange’s formula if

**181.Evaluate 0π2f(x)dx by Simpson’s 3/8 Rule if
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f(0) = 1, f(π/6) = 0.9354, f(π/3) = 0.7906, f(π/2) = 0.7071.

**159.Evaluate 0π2f(x)dx by Simpson’s 3/8 Rule if
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f(0) = 1, f(π/6) = 0.9354, f(π/3) = 0.7906, f(π/2) = 0.7071.

**182.Find Δ2 f(1) if f(x) = x(x+1)(x+2), h=1. 183.With usual notation show that ΔE≅Δ and ΔE – 1
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≅∇.

**160.Find Δ2 f(1) if f(x) = x(x+1)(x+2), h=1. 161.With usual notation show that ΔE≅Δ and ΔE – 1
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≅∇.

**184.Show that Δ3f(x) = f(x+3h) – 3f(x + 2h) + 3f(x +
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h) – f(x).

**185.Without constructing the difference table find
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Δ2y2, Δ3y2 if y2 = 13, y3 = 28, y4 = 49, y5 = 76.

**162.Show that Δ3f(x) = f(x+3h) – 3f(x + 2h) + 3f(x +
**

h) – f(x).

**163.Without constructing the difference table find
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Δ2y2, Δ3y2 if y2 = 13, y3 = 28, y4 = 49, y5 = 76.

**186.Evaluate Δ3fxif fx= x3- 3x2 by taking h = 1. 187.Evaluate Δ2x3Ex3 188.Show that Δ4 ex = ex(eh – 1)4.
**

189.Find the missing figure 190.Find the polynomial for y if

**164.Evaluate Δ3fxif fx= x3- 3x2 by taking h = 1. 165.Evaluate Δ2x3Ex3 166.Show that Δ4 ex = ex(eh – 1)4.
**

167.Find the missing figure 168.Find the polynomial for y if

**191.Evaluate 1101x2dx by dividing the interval
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[1,10] into 9 equal parts using Simpson’s 3/8th Rule. Also find the error.

**169.Evaluate 1101x2dx by dividing the interval
**

[1,10] into 9 equal parts using Simpson’s 3/8th Rule. Also find the error.

**192.Show that f6=f5+Δf4+Δ2f3+Δ3f3
**

193.Find the seventh terms of the sequence 3, 9, 20, 38, 65. … 194.If y(0) = 1, y(1) = -1, y(3) = 10 find the polynomial using Lagrange’s interpolation formula.

**170.Show that f6=f5+Δf4+Δ2f3+Δ3f3
**

171.Find the seventh terms of the sequence 3, 9, 20, 38, 65. … 172.If y(0) = 1, y(1) = -1, y(3) = 10 find the polynomial using Lagrange’s interpolation formula.

**195.Evaluate 04x+1012 using trapezoidal Rule if
**

196.Find f(3.5), using Newton’s Backward Interpolation formula from the following table:

**173.Evaluate 04x+1012 using trapezoidal Rule if
**

174.Find f(3.5), using Newton’s Backward Interpolation formula from the following table:

**197.Find f(6) , using Lagrange’s Interpolation
**

formula, given that f(1) = 4, f(2) = 5 , f(7) =5, f(8) = 4.

**175.Find f(6) , using Lagrange’s Interpolation
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formula, given that f(1) = 4, f(2) = 5 , f(7) =5, f(8) = 4.

**198.Using Simpson’s (3/8)th Rule, evaluate 06ydx from the table given below.
**

Year Populatio n 199.Estimate f(2) using Lagrange’s formula if 1 990 105 1 991 107 1 992 109 1 993 112

**176.Using Simpson’s (3/8)th Rule, evaluate 06ydx from the table given below.
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Marks No. of students 3040 31 4050 42 5060 51 6070 35 7080 31

**200.Evaluate 0π2f(x)dx by Simpson’s 3/8 Rule if
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f(0) = 1, f(π/6) = 0.9354, f(π/3) = 0.7906, f(π/2) = 0.7071.

201.Find Δ2 f(1) if f(x) = x(x+1)(x+2), h=1.

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≅∇. 227.Find the polynomial for y if

**228.Evaluate 1101x2dx by dividing the interval
**

[1,10] into 9 equal parts using Simpson’s 3/8th Rule. Also find the error.

**203.Show that Δ3f(x) = f(x+3h) – 3f(x + 2h) + 3f(x +
**

h) – f(x).

**204.Without constructing the difference table find
**

Δ y2, Δ y2 if y2 = 13, y3 = 28, y4 = 49, y5 = 76.

2 3

**229.Show that f6=f5+Δf4+Δ2f3+Δ3f3
**

230.Find the seventh terms of the sequence 3, 9, 20, 38, 65. … 231.If y(0) = 1, y(1) = -1, y(3) = 10 find the polynomial using Lagrange’s interpolation formula.

**205.Evaluate Δ3fxif fx= x3- 3x2 by taking h = 1. 206.Evaluate Δ2x3Ex3 207.Show that Δ4 ex = ex(eh – 1)4.
**

208.Find the missing figure 209.Find the polynomial for y if

**210.Evaluate 1101x2dx by dividing the interval
**

[1,10] into 9 equal parts using Simpson’s 3/8th Rule. Also find the error.

**232.Evaluate 04x+1012 using trapezoidal Rule if
**

233.Find f(3.5), using Newton’s Backward Interpolation formula from the following table:

**211.Show that f6=f5+Δf4+Δ2f3+Δ3f3
**

212.Find the seventh terms of the sequence 3, 9, 20, 38, 65. … 213.If y(0) = 1, y(1) = -1, y(3) = 10 find the polynomial using Lagrange’s interpolation formula.

**234.Find f(6) , using Lagrange’s Interpolation
**

formula, given that f(1) = 4, f(2) = 5 , f(7) =5, f(8) = 4.

**235.Using Simpson’s (3/8)th Rule, evaluate 06ydx from the table given below.
**

X 1 2 3 4 F 2 5 7 X (x) 236.Find the polynomial 5 3 2 for y if

**214.Evaluate 04x+1012 using trapezoidal Rule if
**

215.Find f(3.5), using Newton’s Backward Interpolation formula from the following table:

**237.Evaluate 1101x2dx by dividing the interval
**

[1,10] into 9 equal parts using Simpson’s 3/8th Rule. Also find the error.

**216.Find f(6) , using Lagrange’s Interpolation
**

formula, given that f(1) = 4, f(2) = 5 , f(7) =5, f(8) = 4.

**238.Show that f6=f5+Δf4+Δ2f3+Δ3f3
**

239.Find the seventh terms of the sequence 3, 9, 20, 38, 65. … 240.If y(0) = 1, y(1) = -1, y(3) = 10 find the polynomial using Lagrange’s interpolation formula.

**217.Using Simpson’s (3/8)th Rule, evaluate 06ydx from the table given below.
**

X F (x) 1 3 0 1 3 9

**218.Evaluate 0π2f(x)dx by Simpson’s 3/8 Rule if
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f(0) = 1, f(π/6) = 0.9354, f(π/3) = 0.7906, f(π/2) = 0.7071.

**241.Evaluate 04x+1012 using trapezoidal Rule if
**

242.Find f(3.5), using Newton’s Backward Interpolation formula from the following table:

**219.Find Δ2 f(1) if f(x) = x(x+1)(x+2), h=1. 220.With usual notation show that ΔE≅Δ and ΔE – 1
**

≅∇.

**243.Find f(6) , using Lagrange’s Interpolation
**

formula, given that f(1) = 4, f(2) = 5 , f(7) =5, f(8) = 4.

**221.Show that Δ3f(x) = f(x+3h) – 3f(x + 2h) + 3f(x +
**

h) – f(x).

**244.Using Simpson’s (3/8)th Rule, evaluate 06ydx from the table given below.
**

X Y 0 1 1 0 2 1 3 0

**222.Without constructing the difference table find
**

Δ2y2, Δ3y2 if y2 = 13, y3 = 28, y4 = 49, y5 = 76.

**223.Evaluate Δ3fxif fx= x3- 3x2 by taking h = 1. 224.Evaluate Δ2x3Ex3 225.Show that Δ4 ex = ex(eh – 1)4.
**

226.Find the missing figure

**245.Evaluate 1101x2dx by dividing the interval
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[1,10] into 9 equal parts using Simpson’s 3/8th Rule. Also find the error.

246.Show that f6=f5+Δf4+Δ2f3+Δ3f3

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247.Find the seventh terms of the sequence 3, 9, 20, 38, 65. … 248.If y(0) = 1, y(1) = -1, y(3) = 10 find the polynomial using Lagrange’s interpolation formula. 3. 4. For the following find the regression line of y on x. Also estimate y when x = 4. The marks in Algebra (x) and in Geometry (y) of 10 students are given. Find both the regression equations and hence estimate y when x = 78 and x if y = 94. Find the two regression equations and hence estimate y when x = 13 & estimate x when y = 10. Find the two regression lines. Also find x when y = 10. Find both the lines of regression Find the husband’s age if wife’s age is 20. From the following find x when y = 200. Find both the lines of regression X 1 2 3 4 5 Y 5 7 9 1 1 1 3 Obtain the two regression lines for For the following find the regression line of y on x. Also estimate y when x = 4. The marks in Algebra (x) and in Geometry (y) of 10 students are given. Find both the regression equations and hence estimate y when x = 78 and x if y = 94. Find the two regression equations and hence estimate y when x = 13 & estimate x when y = 10. Find the two regression lines. Also find x when y = 10. Find both the lines of regression Find the husband’s age if wife’s age is 20. From the following find x when y = 200. Find both the lines of regression X 6 2 1 4 8 0 Y 9 1 5 8 7 1 For the following find the regression line of y on x. Also estimate y when x = 4. The marks in Algebra (x) and in Geometry (y) of 10 students are given. Find both the regression equations and hence estimate y when x = 78 and x if y = 94. Find the two regression equations and hence estimate y when x = 13 & estimate x when y = 10. Find the two regression lines. Also find x when y = 10. Find both the lines of regression Find the husband’s age if wife’s age is 20. From the following find x when y = 200.

**249.Evaluate 04x+1012 using trapezoidal Rule if
**

250.Find f(3.5), using Newton’s Backward Interpolation formula from the following table:

5.

**251.Find f(6) , using Lagrange’s Interpolation
**

formula, given that f(1) = 4, f(2) = 5 , f(7) =5, f(8) = 4.

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

**252.Using Simpson’s (3/8)th Rule, evaluate 06ydx from the table given below.
**

X

x+101 2

0 3.162 3

1 3.316 6

2 3.464 1

3 3.605 5

4 3.741 7 11. 12. 13.

253.Find f(3.5), using Newton’s Backward Interpolation formula from the following table:

**254.Find f(6) , using Lagrange’s Interpolation
**

formula, given that f(1) = 4, f(2) = 5 , f(7) =5, f(8) = 4.

**255.Using Simpson’s (3/8)th Rule, evaluate 06ydx from the table given below.
**

X F (x) 0 3 1 6 2 1 1 3 1 8 4 2 7

14.

15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

**256.Find f(6) , using Lagrange’s Interpolation
**

formula, given that f(1) = 4, f(2) = 5 , f(7) =5, f(8) = 4.

**257.Using Simpson’s (3/8)th Rule, evaluate 06ydx from the table given below.
**

X Y 0 1 1 0. 7 2 0 .58 3 0. 5 4 0 .45 5 0 .41 6 0 .38

20.

**258.If f(0) = 5, f(1) = 6, f(2) = 10, f(3) = 15, evaluate 03fxdx using Trapezoidal Rule.
**

259.Construct both the difference tables (i.e.) backward and forward, for the sequence 8, 3, 0, -1, 0, 3.

21.

**260.Prove that ΔEfx=E[Δfx]
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Regression equation 1. 2. Obtain the two regression lines Obtain the two regression lines for

22.

23. 24. 25. 26.

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27. Find both the lines of regression X 1 2 3 Y 2 1 6 28. The marks in Algebra (x) and in Geometry (y) of 10 students are given. Find both the regression equations and hence estimate y when x = 78 and x if y = 94. 29. Find the two regression equations and hence estimate y when x = 13 & estimate x when y = 10. 30. Find the two regression lines. Also find x when y = 10. 31. Find both the lines of regression 32. Find the husband’s age if wife’s age is 20. 33. From the following find x when y = 200. 34. Find both the lines of regression X 7 8 9 6 8 7 9 6 8 7 5 0 3 5 7 1 8 8 9 7 Y 8 7 8 7 9 8 9 7 8 7 2 8 6 2 1 0 5 2 9 4 35. Find the two regression equations and hence estimate y when x = 13 & estimate x when y = 10. 36. Find the two regression lines. Also find x when y = 10. 37. Find both the lines of regression 38. Find the husband’s age if wife’s age is 20. 39. From the following find x when y = 200. 40. Find both the lines of regression X 1 1 1 1 9 1 6 4 0 5 1 2 Y 8 6 4 3 7 5 9 41. Find the two regression lines. Also find x when y = 10. 42. Find both the lines of regression 43. Find the husband’s age if wife’s age is 20. 44. From the following find x when y = 200. 45. Find both the lines of regression X 1 7 9 5 8 6 1 1 0 Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 4 2 1 5 4 7 46. Find both the lines of regression 47. Find the husband’s age if wife’s age is 20. 48. From the following find x when y = 200. 49. Find both the lines of regression X 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 2 4 0 3 1 5 Y 4 3 3 3 3 3 4 0 8 6 5 9 7 1 50. Find the husband’s age if wife’s age is 20. 51. From the following find x when y = 200. 52. Find both the lines of regression Wife’s 1 2 2 2 2 Age 8 0 2 3 7 Husband 2 2 2 3 3 ’s 3 5 7 0 2 Age 53. From the following find x when y 54. Find both the lines of regression X 25 24 29 33 46 0 8 8 8 3 Y 13 14 18 19 27 7 7 4 6 6 55. Find both the lines of regression X 1 2 3 4 5 6 Y 2 4 7 6 5 6 2 8 3 1 = 200. 39 3 26 0 3 0 3 5

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DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION

1. Verify that x2+y2=r2 is a solution of the D.E. y=xdydx+ r 1+dydx2. 2. Solve y-3=x3x+1dydx and find the particular

3. solution when x=1 and y=4. The surface area of a balloon being inflated increases at a constant rate. Initially its radius is 3 units and after 2 seconds its is 5 units. Find the radius after 5 seconds. proportional to the number of such nuclei that are present in a given sample. Half life period of what substance is 1500 years. Find what percentage of original radioactive nuclei will remain after 4500 years?

proportional to the population at that time. If the population of the city increased from 20 lakhs to 40 lakhs in a period of 30 years. Find the population after another 15 years. [Take

2=1.41]

4. The rate at which radioactive nuclei decay is

**5. Solve: x2+ y2dx-2xy dy=0. 6. The population of a town increases at a rate
**

proportional to the population at that time. If the population increases from 40,000 to 60,000 in 40 years, what will be the population in another 20

18. Solve x2dydx=xy+y2. 19. Solve the differential equation sinxcosy+cosxsiny dydx=0. 20. Determine the order and degree of the differential equation. d2ydx2+31- dydx2-y=0. 21. Form the D.E. by eliminating the arbitrary constants from the relationy=Acoslogx+ Bsin (logx). 22. Solve the D.E. 2ex+2y dx-3dy=0. 23. Solve the differential equation dydx=4x+3y12 by putting 4x+3y-1=u.

24. The rate of growth of bacteria is proportional to the bacteria present. If the original number N doubles in 3 hours, find the number of bacteria in 6 hours.

Given 32=1.2247 7. Solve the D.E. x-1y+1dy=-y-1x+1dx. 8. Find the order and degree of the D.E. dydx=131+dydx2. 9. Form the D.E. from y=Acos3x+sin3x by

years? elimination arbitrary constants.

**25. The money invested in a company is compounded
**

continuously. If Rs. 100 invested today becomes Rs. 200 in 6 years, show that it will become Rs. 4524.44 at the end of 33 years. (2=1.4142)

**10. Solve: dydx+b2-y2a2-x2=0 11. Solve x-y1-dydx= ex by putting x-y = u.
**

12. If x items are produced by a manufacturer and ‘c’ is their total cost; also the rate of change of ‘c’ w.r.to x is (24x + 4). If the fixed cost is Rs. 200/find the cost of producing 10 items.

26. Solve dydx=2x3y2when, x=3 & y=2. 27. Determine the order and degree of the D.E. d2ydx2+1dydx2=y. 28. Find the particular solution of the differential equation dydx-x2=x2y when x=0 & y=2.

29. Form the differential equation by eliminating the arbitrary constant from the equation y = ax + b.

**13. Solve ex.tany.dx-ex-1sec2ydy=0 14. Form the differential equation by eliminating the
**

arbitrary constant from the equation

30. Form the differential equation by eliminating the arbitrary constants from x2a2+y2b2=1. 31. A person’s assets start reducing in such a way

that the rate of reduction of assets is proportional to the square root of the existing assets. If the assets at the beginning were Rs. 10 lakhs & they dwindle (decreases) down Rs. 10,000 after 2 years. Show that the person will be bankrupt in

**y=acosnx+bsin nx 15. Form the differential equation by eliminating the
**

arbitrary constants from the general solution given by

y=Aex+Be-x+Ce3x.

**16. The rate of decay of the mass of radioactive
**

substance at any instant is α times its mass at that instant. If α = 10 – 4 , show that the mass of the substance will be less than half its value today, after 10,000 years.

**229years. 32. Verify that y=ax2+b is a solution of x.d2ydx2-dydx=0. 33. Solve D.E. ydx-xdy=0. 34. Solve dydx =x+y+12x+2y+1
**

35. Due to internal dispute, a company’s share prices are going down. If the rate of falling of the prices

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of shares is directly proportional to its price in the market and if the original price of Rs. 12 per unit reduces to Rs. 6 per unit in 4 days, find the price after another 4 days.

**51. Verify that y = A sin 3x + B cos 3x is the general
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solution of the differential equation

d2ydx2+9y=0.

**36. Solve dydx=3x+y. 37. Form the differential equation of y=ae-x. 38. Solve the differential equation: x2dy+y2xydx=0.
**

39. The rate of growth of population of a country at any time is proportional to the sixe of the population at that time. For a certain country, it is found that the constant of proportionality is 0.04. Show that the population of that country will be more than doubled in 25 years.

APPLICATION OF DERIVATIVES.

1. The edge of a cube is 8 cm. but it is wrongly measures as 8.15 cm. Find the consequent error, relative error and the percentage of error in calculating the volume of the cube. Dive 50 into two parts such that their product is maximum. where f(x) = 2x3 – 15x2 + 36x + 10.

2.

**3. Find for what value of x, f(x) has a maximum, 4. Find the approximate value of loge5.1 given that
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5. loge5=1.609. The side of a square of size 5 meters is incorrectly measured as 5.11 meters. Find the resulting error in calculation of the area of the square. their squares is minimum.

**40. Solve the differential equation dydx=e-2ycosx.
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41. Form the differential equation by eliminating the arbitrary constant from the equation y = a(x-a)

**42. Solve the differential equation x.dydxyeyx=x2cosx by putting y = ux.
**

43. The rate of reduction of a person’s assets is proportional to the square root of the existing assets. If the assets dwindle from 25 lakhs to 6.25 lakhs in 2 years, in how many years will the person be bankrupt?

6. Divide 100 into two parts such that the sum of 7. Find the value of x, for which the function f(x) = x3

– 12x + 5 is decreasing.

**8. Find approximately e2.1, given e2 = 7.389.
**

9. The length of the side of a cube is measured to be 4cm. with a possible error of 0.01 cm. Find the consequent error in the volume of the cube. = 1.

**44. Verify that ysecx=tanx+c is a solution of dydx+ y tanx=secx. State particular solution
**

if x = y = 0.

10. Show that fx= x+1x has a minimum value at x 11. Find the value of demand x for which supply y=2x3-12x2-30x+8 is increasing. 12. Find the approximate value of fx=2x3+7x+1 at x=2.001. 13. If there is an error of 0.3% in the measurement of

the radius of a spherical balloon, find the percentage error in calculation of its volume.

45. Determine the order and degree of the differential equation 5dydx2=10x-1dydx. 46. Solve: dydx=4x-3y3x-2y. 47.x items are produced by a manufacturer and C is

their total cost. The rate of change of C w.r.to x is 10x + 5 . If the fixed cost is Rs. 600, find the cost of producing 20 items.

48.Solve the differencial equation dydx=4x+6y-22x+37+3by taking 2x+3y=t. 49. The rate of increase of the population of a city

varies as the population at that time. In a period of 40 years, the population increased from 4 lakhs to 6 lakhs. Show that in another 20 years, the population will be 7.3482 lakhs.

**14. Find the approximate value of 4.14 .
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15. Find the radius for maximum volume of right circular cylinder, if sum of its radius & height is 6 m.

**16. Find the approximate value of e1.002 where e =
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2.71828.

Given

**17. The radius of a sphere is measured as 10 cm. with
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an error of 0.04 cm. Find the approximate error in calculating its volume.

**32=1.2247 50. Form the differential equation by eliminating
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arbitrary constants a, b from y = a e

bx

.

**18. Find the approximate value of 257 19. Examine the function f(x) = 2x3 – 9x2 + 12x + 5
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for maxima.

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THE HOME OF TEXT MATHS REVISION Important questions for Board exams. 20. The total revenue of a firm, when the demand for

the goods is D, is given by R = 12 + 36D – D . If demand is measured as 12 with an error of 0.6, find the approximate error in calculating the revenue. 21. An edge of a cube measures 2 meters with a possible error of 0.5 cm. Find the approximate error in the surface area of the cube.

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**22. Find approximate value of 417. 23. A manufacturer can sell x items at the rate of Rs.
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(330-x) each. The cost of producing x items is x2 + 10x +12. How many items must be sold so that his profit is maximum?

**24. Find approximate value of (4.1)4. 25. The total cost ‘C’ of producing x items is given by
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C = x3 – 300x2 + 12x. Find ‘x’ for which the marginal cost is decreasing.

**26. To total revenue ‘R’ & the total cost ‘C’ of a firm
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are given by R = 380x – 3x2 & C = 20x respectively. Where x is the quantity. If there is an error of 0.5% in measuring the quantity, find approximately the consequent error in the calculation of the profit, when the quantity is 10 units.

L.P.P.

1. The standard weight of a brick has to be at least 5 unit. The raw materials A and B used to manufacture cost Rs. 2 per unit and Rs. 3 per unit. Requirements or raw materials is that it should not contain more than 4 units of A and minimum of 1 units of B. Formulate the problem as L.P.P. to minimize the cost. manufacture two different products P and Q. The factory has 24 units of A, 12 units of B and 18 units of C. One unit of product P requires 2 units of A, 2 units of B and 4 units of C. One unit of Q requires 3 units of A, 1 units of B and 4 units of C. The profit of P per unit is Rs. 5 and on Product Q per unit is Rs. 7. Formulate it as the L.P.P. problem. Health food X contains 4 units of Vitamins A per gram, 7 units of Vitamin B per gram. Food Y contains 6 units of Vitamin A per gram and 11 units of Vitamin B per gram. They cost 25 paise per gram and 35 paise per gram. The daily requirement of Vitamins A and B is 90 and 130 units. Formulate the L.P.P. A firm manufacturers two products A & B. The product A requires 15 minutes in plant I and 25 minutes in plant II. The product B needs 40 minutes in plant I and 20 minutes in plant II. Plants I and II can be operated for 660 m and 720 m per day

respectively. The profit on product A is Rs. 40 and on Product B is Rs. 25. Formulate the L.P.P. to maximize the profit. 5. Food x contains 6 units of Vitamin A per gram and 7 units of Vitamins B per gram and costs Rs. 2 per gram. Food Y contains 8 units of Vitamin B per gram and 12 units of Vitamin B per gram cost Rs. 3 per gram. The daily minimum requirement of Vitamin A and B are 100 units and 120 units respectively. Formulate the L.P.P. 6. Two different kinds of food A and B are being considered for diet. The minimum weekly requirements of fats, carbohydrates and proteins are 16, 25 & 15 units respectively. One Kg. of food A has 5 units of fats, 15 units of carbohydrates and 8 units of protein. One Kg. of food B has 7 units of fats, 10 units of carbohydrates and 9 units of protein. The price of food A is Rs. 4 per kg. and that of food B is Rs. 3 per kg. Formulate the L.P.P. to minimize the case. 7. The inputs and outputs of two processes are as follows Inputs(unit Outputs(unit s) s) Proces A B X Y s 1 5 3 5 8 2 4 5 4 4 The maximum amounts available if A and B are 200 units and 150 units respectively. At least 100 units of X and 80 units of Y are required the profit from processes 1 and 2 are 3000 and 4000 respectively. Formulate the above L.P.P.

2. A factory uses three raw materials A, B, C to

**8. A manufacturer requires 2 types of radio I and II. I
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require 2 hrs. in plant A and 3 hrs. in plant B. II requires 3 hrs. in plant A & 1 hr. in plant B. Plant A can operate for almost 15 hrs. a day and B can operate for almost 12 hrs. a day. The manufacturer makes a profit of Rs. 15 on I and Rs. 22 on II. Formulate the L.P.P.

**9. A company must product 1000 kg. of a special
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mixture. The mixture consists of two ingredients A and B. A costs Rs. 18 per kg. and B costs Rs. 20 per Kg. No more than 300 kg. of ingredient A can be used and at least 150 kg. of B is required. Formulate the L.P.P. 10. A toy manufacturer produces two types of toys, dolls and guns, each of which must be processed through two machines A and B. The maximum availability of machines A and B per day are 12 and 18 hrs. respectively. The manufacturing doll requires 4 hrs. in A and 2 hrs. in B. A gun requires 3 hrs. in A and 6 hrs.

3.

4.

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THE HOME OF TEXT MATHS REVISION Important questions for Board exams.

in B. If the profit per doll is Rs. 20 and that of gun is Rs. 50. Formulate the L.P.P. to maximize the profit. 11. Two different kinds of foods A and B are to be considered. The minimum requirements for fats, carbohydrates and proteins are 9, 24, 12 units respectively. 1kg of A has 2, 16 & 4 units of each. 1 kg of B has 6, 4 & 3 units of each. The cast of a is Rs. 75 per kg. and of B is 60 per kg. Formulate the L.P.P. 12. A manufacturer produces bicycles and tricycles which are processed through two machines A and B. A is available for 120 hrs and 180 hrs. Tricycle requires 5 hrs on A and 3 hrs on B. Profit for tricycle is Rs. 45 for a bicycle is Rs. 65. A bicycle requires 3 hrs on A and 10 hrs on B. Formulate the LPP.

20.Evaluate limy→3[1y-3-27y4-3y3] 21.Evaluate limx→0[log10+logx+0.1x] 22.Evaluate limx→0[a+5x-a-5xx] 23. If f(x) = x+2, find limx→2[fx- f(2)x-2] 24.Evaluate limx→7[logx-log7x2-49] 25.Evaluate limx→π2[1-sin3xcos2x] 26.Evaluate limx→0[e8x- e5x- e3x+1cos4xcos10x]

**13. A company manufactures two models of cars: model
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A model B. To stay in business it must produce at least 50 cars of model A per month. It has facilities to produce at most 200 cars of model A and 150 cars of model B per month. The total demand for both models together is at most 300 cars per month. The profit per car is Rs. 4000 for model A and Rs. 3000 for model b. It is required to determine the number of cars of each type to be manufactured so as to get maximum profit. Formulate this problem as a L.P.P.

LIMITS

1. Evaluate limx→π4[cosx-sinxπ-4x] 2. Evaluate limx→1[3x+1-2x-1] 3. Evaluate limx→3[x2-5x+6x2-9-x3-27x2+x12] 4. Evaluate limx→0[tanx-sinxx3] 5. Evaluate limx→2[x4-16x2-5x+6] 6. Evaluate limθ→π2[3cosθ+cos3θπ-2θ3] 7. Evaluate limx→a[x8-a8x12- a12] 8. Evaluate limx→π3[3-tanxπ-3x] 9. Evaluate limx→e[logx-1x-e] 10.Evaluate limx→-2[3x2-5kx-11]= -29, find K. 11.Evaluate limx→0[cosec x-cotxx] 12.Evaluate limx→π3[sec3x-83-tan2x] 13.Evaluate limx→2[1x-2-1x2-3x+2] 14.Evaluate limx→0[2x+3x+4x-3x+1x] 15.Evaluate limx→3[logx-log3x-3] 16.Evaluate limx→0[5x13sin5x.tan3x.log(1+x)] 17.Evaluate limx→0[7x-1sinx] 18.Evaluate limx→2[sin4x-8x2-5x+6] 19.Evaluate limx→0[32x-53x43x- 72x]

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