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• Logic of mathematics(6)

– 3 marks each 2 out of 3 = 6/9 6/9

• Matrices(7)

– 4 marks each 1 out of 2 = 4/8

– 3 marks each 1 out of 2 = 3/6

7/14

• Vectors and three dimensional geometry(12)

– 4 marks each 1 out of 2 = 4/8

– 3 marks each 2 out of 3 = 6/9

– 2 marks each 1 out of 2 = 2/4

12/21

• Linear Programming(7)

– 4 marks each 1 out of 2 = 4/8

Out line of Paper I

(12)

– Pair of straight line

– Circle

– Parabola

– Ellipse and hyperbola =

12/21

• Probability(6)

– 3 marks each 2 out of 3 =

6/9

Out line of Paper I

marks each – 3 logic

• 10 = 6 + 4 – 3+3+4+4 matrices

• Knowledge based – 3 probability

questions

– 2+2+3 on Vector &

– 3+4+4 vectors &

geometry geometry

– 2+2 Lines, circle and – 4 (2D)

conic sections – 3+3 Linear

• Understanding base programming

– 3+3 logic

• Skill based

– 3+3 Probability

– 3 Vectors & geometry – 4+4 Linear

– 3+3+3 (2D) programing

Mathematical Logic

• Symbolical representation

– and (∧), or (∨), implication (⇒),

equivalence (⇔), negation (¬ or ∼)

• Definitions:

– Tautology: A statement which is always

true for any truth values of component

statements is called as tautology

– Contradiction: A statement which is

always false for any truth values of

component statements is called as

contradiction

Mathematical Logic

– Converse: converse of implication

p ⇒ q is q ⇒ p

– Inverse: Inverse of implication

p ⇒ q is ∼p ⇒ ∼q

– Contra positive: Contra positive of

p ⇒ q is ∼q ⇒ ∼p

• Possible questions are—

1. Convert given statement into symbols

2. Convert given statements into indicated

symbolic form

3. Verify using truth table

4. Verify or obtain truth values, if truth values of

component statements are known

1. Represent given statement using

Vein diagrams ( just use three facts)

X Y

All x are y

1. Represent given statement using

Vein diagrams ( just use three facts)

X

Y

No x are y

1. Represent given statement using

Vein diagrams ( just use three facts)

X Y

Mathematical Logic

1. Write negation of the following

statements ( to do so use –

∀ ∼(p∧q) ⇔ (∼p∨ ∼q)

∀ ∼(p∨q) ⇔ (∼p∧ ∼q)

∀ ∼(p ⇒q) ⇔ (p ∨ ∼q)

∀ ∼(p⇔q) ⇔ ∼[(p ⇒q) ∧ (q ⇒p)]

⇔ [(p ∨ ∼q) ∨ (q ∨ ∼p)]

6. Note that negation of all is at least one

and of some is no

2. Write the dual: means replace ∧ by

∨

Matrices

• Types of matrices:

– Row matrix – If a matrix has only one row

(horizontal arrangement) then is called as

row matrix its order is 1xn

– Column matrix-If a matrix has only one

column (vertical arrangement) then is

called as column matrix its order is nx1

– Square matrix- A matrix is square matrix if

number of rows equals number of column.

– Diagonal matrix- A square matrix is called

as diagonal matrics if aij = 0 if i ≠j

– Scalar matrix- A square matrix is called as

scalar matrics if aij = 0 if i ≠j and aij = α if i

= j (diagonal entries must be equal)

– Unit matrix- A square matrix is called as

unit matrics if aij = 0 if i ≠j and aij = 1 if i =

j (diagonal entries must be unit)

– Upper triangular matrix- A square matrix

is called as upper triangular matrics if

aij = 0 if i < j

– Lower triangular matrix- A square matrix is

called as lower triangular matrics if

aij = 0 if i > j

– Symmetric matrix- A square matrix is

called as symmetric matrics if aij = aji for

all i & j

– Skew symmetric matrix- A square matrix

is called as skew symmetric matrics if aij =

-aji for all i &j

(diagonal entries must be zero)

– Null matrix- A matrix of any order is called

as null matrix if aij= o ∀i,j

– Transpose of a matrix- A matrix AT or A’ is

called as transpose of A if it is obtained by

interchanging row by column and column

by row.

– Singular matrix- A square matrix is said to

Possible types of questions

• Matrices A, B & C will be given and

– Check whether α A2+β A+γ I is null/scalar/upper or

lower triangular/ diagonal/singular/ symmetric

– Problems of type verify associative

property/Distributive law/ Laws of scalar

multiplication

– If A is 3x3 then a missing term will be there which

is to be identified as what is ‘k’ so that A is

nonsingular

– Check whether AB =BA or not

– Verify IA.BI=IAI.IBI

– Find X such that AX =B

Possible types of questions

− 2 4

A = 3 2

1 6

4 − 3 6

B= FindABwithout

− 3 0 5

computing BA showthatAB ≠ BA

Here A is of order 3x2 B of 2x3 then AB is

of order 3x3 and BA of 2x2 hence can’t

be equal

Possible types of questions

3 9 4 3

A= B=

− 4 − 12 8 6

• Prove that (A+B)2 = A2 +AB+B2

For solving this problem do not show

RHS = LHS instead you may try as

(A+B)2 = A2 +AB+BA+B2 but

required result implies that BA = 0

hence show BA = 0

Possible types of questions

1 2 2 1

A= B=

0 2 − 1 0

• Prove that (A+B)2 ≠ A2 +2AB+B2

For solving this problem do not show

RHS ≠ LHS instead you may do

as,

The inequality is because of AB ≠BA

thus just show that AB ≠ BA

Possible types of questions

1 2 3 1

A= B=

0 − 2 − 1 0

• Prove that (A+B)(A-B) ≠ A2 - B2

For solving this problem do not show

RHS ≠ LHS instead you may do

as,

The inequality is because of AB ≠BA

thus just show that AB ≠ BA

Possible types of questions

cosθ sinθ

If A(θ ) =

− sinθ cosθ

cos(nθ) sin(nθ)

thenA ( θ ) =

n

− sin(nθ) cos(nθ)

To prove above result you need to use

principle of finite induction.Define

prove P(1),

assume P(n)

Possible types of questions

3 − 4 a 0

If A = If A =

1 − 1 0 b

1 + 2 n − 4 n a n

0

thenA =

n thenA =

n

n

n 1 − 2n 0 b

principle of finite induction as you did in

previous problem.

Possible types of questions

• To obtain inverse of matrix

1) by elementary row operations

R i ↔ R j interchanging two rows

Ri↔αR j multiply every element by non zero

element

R i ↔ R i+ α R j

I

• Go on performing elementary

operations till A changes to I and at

Possible types of questions

1) by using matrix polynomial

For given A either a relation will be

given or we will need to prove the

same as A2+2A-3I=0 using this

relation we can operate A-1 to get

A + 2I-3A-1

hence A-1 = 1/3(A + 2I)

Possible types of questions

1) By using reduction method

The given system of equation is to

be converted in matrix equation as

AX=B for example: x-y + 4z = 4;2x

+ 6y –z = 3 & x + y –2x = -1 will

have the form—

1 − 1 4 x 4

2 6 − 1 y = 3

1 1 − 2 z − 1

Possible types of questions

1 − 1 4 x 4

2 6 − 1 y = 3

1 1 − 2 z − 1

to triangular matrix ( if fractions

are not appearing then reduce it

to unit matrix) get the values of

x, y and z.

Points to remember for matrices

• Copy the matrix by proper care.

• Be careful about calculations which

you are performing.

• After finding inverse or values of x,y

and z substitute and verify the same.

• Take care of order of matrix

• You are good at calculations

believe me you are!

Linear

programmin

g

•2 questions on find maxima/ minima of

3 marks each

• 1 question on form LPP of 4 marks

Possible type of questions

• Define

– Convex set: A set of points is said to be convex

set if the line joining any two points of the set

entirely lies in the set

– Convex polygon: A bounded polygonal convex

set is called convex polygon

– Corner points/ extreme points: The point of

intersection of any two boundaries of the half

planes determined by a system of linear

inequalities is called an extreme point or corner

point.

– Convex polygon theorem: z = f(x, y) be given

linear function defined over a convex polygon X,

maximum or minimum values will be at

extreme points.

• Draw the graph for solution set of

inequalities 3x + 5y ≥15, 5x + 2y ≤10,

x ≥0, y ≥0 maximize Z = x + y

Draw the figure,

(0, 5) find corner

points,

(20/19, 45/19)

(0, 3) substitute the

value and

(5, 0) compare the

(2, 0) result for

adjoining figure

maxima is at

(20/19,45/19

)

Possible type of questions

• Using word problem form the LPP and

solve graphically. You may start first to

write LPP, check whether you want to

maximize profit or production or to

minimize expenses, choose proper

variables and form the problem.

• Note that objects, days can never be

negative

• Use tabular form for formation of LPP

Pair of straight line,

circle, conic section

Important formulae

• The equation ax2 + 2hxy + by2 = 0

represents

1. Two real and different lines if h2 > a b

2. Two coincident lines if h2 = a b

• Consider by2 +2hxy + ax2 = 0 then dividing

by ax2 and slope of lines passing through

origin is y/x we get bm2 + 2hm + 1 = 0 then

using relation between roots we have–

• m1 + m2 = -2h/b and m1m2 = b/a then angle

between two

m − lines

m will be 2 h2

− ab

θ = tan −1 1 2

= tan −1

1+ m1.m2 a+ b

Important formulae

• The equation ax2 + 2hxy + by2 = 0

represents Pair of two perpendicular

lines if a+b = 0

• The difference of the slopes of lines

given by ax2 + 2hxy + by2 = 0 is given

by

2 h − ab

2

m2 − m1 =

b

Important formulae

• The equation ax2 + 2hxy + by2 = 0

represents Pair of two lines and the

equation of pair of lines which are

bisectors is given by Pair of bisector is

x −y

2 2

x.y

=

a− b h

Important formulae

• The equation

ax2 + 2hxy + by2+2gx

+2fy+c = 0 represents Pair of two

lines not passing through origin if

a h g

h b f =0

g f c

Important formulae

• The equation

ax2 + 2hxy + by2+2gx

+2fy+c = 0 represents Pair of two

lines not passing through origin

angle between these lines will be

same as angle between lines

represented by ax2 + 2hxy +

by2=0

Important formulae

• The equation

ax2 + 2hxy + by2+2gx

+2fy+c = 0 represents Pair of two

parallel lines if

a h g

= =

h b f

Standard types of questions

• Homogeneous equation • Homogeneous equation

will be given and find will be given with some

the angle between relation between the

them slopes of lines as

– Use formula and be – Sum of the slopes is

double the product or

careful about values of

any such

a,b,h.

– Use relation between

• Homogeneous equation roots,sum = -2h/b and

will be given find product = b/a to get the

result

separate equations

– Divide by term

• Homogeneous equation

containing x2 then call will be given find

y/x as m and find difference between

quadratic equation solve slope

to find m1 and m2 and – Use standard result or

hence equation relation between roots

Standard types of questions

• A term will be • Find the equation of

unknown in the pair of lines

equation ax2 + 2hxy through origin

+ by2+2gx +2fy+c inclined at 60o to

= 0 what must be line x + 2y = 1

the term so that the – Let slope of required

equation represents line be m, using

pair of straight lines relation between

– use determinant angle and slopes we

get √3=(2m+1)/(2-

m) replace m by y/x

to get solution

• Standard equation x2 + y2 = a2

• (x-h)2 + (y – k)2 = a2

• General equation x2 + y 2 +2 g x +2 f y + c

=0

• Center (-g, -f) radius √g2 + f 2 + c

• Diameter form (x-x1)(x-x2) + (y-y1)(y-y2)=0

• Parametric form x = a cos(t), y = a.sin(t)

• Parametric form x-h = a cos(t), y-k = a.sin(t)

• Equation of tangent to x2 + y2 +2g x +2 fy +

c=0 at (x1 ,y1) is x.x1+yy1+ g(x+x1)+

f(y+y1)+c=0

• Condition of tangency: y = m x + c is

tangent to std. Circle if c = ±a√m2+1

• Equation of director circle x2 + y2 = 2a2

• The problems may be –

1. Find equation of circle with center at (2,3)

– and passing through (1,-1): Find radius using distance

formula and get the answer

– and 2x + 3y+1 =0 is tangent : Find ⊥distance from

tangent which equals radius and get - -

– and a line x + 3y =7 cuts a chord AB of length 8: Find

⊥distance from chord, OM is ⊥ bisector, use

Pythagoras theorem to find radius and get-

2. End points of diameter use formula

3. Three points given: Use general equation or

consider (h,k) as center and equate radius to

get (h, k) and using distance formula obtain

radius.

1. These three points are (0,0), (a,0) and (0,b) then AB

will be diameter and we get result using diameter form

1. To check whether given line is tangent to

– General circle then condition of tangency NOT

applicable find point of intersection or ⊥distance from

line of center is equal to radius

– Standard circle: use condition of tangency or you can

find point of intersection, if is one, then tangent.

– To find equation of tangents from external point

of circle: use slope point form and the fact that

⊥ distance from line of center is equal to radius

using this relation you will get a quadratic

equation whose roots are slopes of required

tangents.

– To find angle between tangents from external

point of circle: use slope point form and the fact

that ⊥ distance from line of center is equal to

radius using this relation you will get a

quadratic equation whose roots are slopes of

required tangents. Don’t find equations of

tangent use relation between roots of QE and

– To check whether given circles are

orthogonal to each other : find and write

values of g1, f1, c1 and g2, f2, c2 use the

relation 2 g1 g2 + 2 f1f2 = c1 + c2

– To find equation of director circle to

general circle

1. Find circle with same center but radius

double

2. Find locus of points from which tangents are

perpendicular

3. Shift the origin at center of circle and use

director circles std form, go back to original

variables by substitution.

Conic section

Conic eccentricity

Parabola =1

Ellipse (√a2-b2)/a<1

Conic Std . Equation

Parabola Y2 = 4ax

Parametric

Conic

Equation

X = a cos(θ)

Ellipse

y = b sin(θ)

X = a sec(θ)

Hyperbola

y = b tan(θ)

Length of latus

Conic

rectum

Parabola 4a

Ellipse 2b2/a

Hyperbola 2b2/a

Conic focus/foci

Parabola (a,0)

Ellipse (ae,0);(-ae,0)

Hyperbola (ae,0);(-ae,0)

Equation of

Conic

directrix

Parabola X = -a

Ellipse X = ±a/e

Hyperbola X = ±a/e

Conic Eq. of tangent

xx1/a2 +

Ellipse

yy1/b2=1

xx1/a2 -

Hyperbola

yy1/b2=1

Condition Of

Conic

tangency

Parabola C = a/m

Ellipse C = ±√a2m2+b2

Hyperbola C = ±√a2m2 - b2

Point of

Conic

contact

Locus of points

Conic from which

tangents are ⊥

Parabola X = -a

Ellipse X2 + y2 = a2+b2

Hyperbola X2 + y2 = a2- b2

Equation of chord joining points

Conic

(x1,y1)(x2,y2)

Parabola Y = mx –2a

(x-x1)(x1+x2)/a2 + (y-

Ellipse

y1)(y1+y2)/b2=1

(x-x1)(x1+x2)/a2 + (y-

Hyperbola

y1)(y1+y2)/b2=1

Conic Equation of normal

Important definitions

• Set of all outcomes in a random experiment

is called as sample space.

• Any subset of sample space is called as an

event

• If A is an event then S\A = A’ is called as

complementary event

• A and B are said to be mutually exclusive

events if A ∩ B = ∅

• A and B are mutually exclusive and

exhaustive events if A ∩ B = ∅ and A ∪ B

=S

• Probability of event A = n(A) / n(S)

Important definitions

• P(A) = 0 means event is impossible

event

• P(A) = 1 means event is certain event

• 0 ≤ P(A) ≤ 1

• P(A ∪ B ) = P(A) + P(B) –P(A ∩ B)

• P(A ∪ B ∪C ) = P(A) + P(B) +P(C)

+ P(A ∩ B ∩ C ) –

[P(A∩B )+P(B∩

C )+P(C ∩A)]

• P(A’) = 1 – P(A)

Tips and tricks

• To determine number of elements in

event space or sample space use

following—

– Throwing of one die n(S) = 6

– Throwing of k dies n(S) = 6k

– Choosing a card n(S) = 52

– Event A or B n(Event) = n(A) + n(B)

– Event A & B n(Event) = n(A) x n(B)

Tips and tricks

n!

n

Pr = orderis important

(n− r)!

Can be used when to form

numbers, arrange different books,

n!

n

Cr = orderisnotimportant

r!(n− r)!

without order, types of books

Vectors and

Geometry

Important results

• Vector: directed segment

• Two vectors are equal if have same direction

and magnitude

• Triangle law of vector addition

• Parallelogram law of vector addition

• Dot product and their properties

• Cross product and their properties

• Scalar multiplication, generates parallel

vector

• Scalar triple product

• Two vectors are perpendicular if their dot

product is zero OA

Important results

• A vector is unit vector if its magnitude

is one

• To determine unit vector along AB if

point A & B are given use

– Find position vector of A and B, find b – a

thus you have vector AB now divide it by

its magnitude to get the answer.

• To determine vector perpendicular to

given two vectors

– To find this take cross product of the two

Important results

• To check whether given three points A,

B and C are collinear you can use—

– Cross product of AB and AC must be zero

– Using section formula we can prove

colinearity by showing that c = αa + βb

– Prove that AB = α.AC

• To check whether A,B,C and D are

coplanar you can use

– AB.(AC x AD) = 0

– AB = α.AC + β.AD

Important results

• Section formula: If P divides AB in ratio m:n

then position vector of P is (m.b+n.a)/(m+n):

– to prove the result use AP.n=PB.m (note the

direction). Use OA + AP = OP substitute AP =

m.PB/n and now use position vectors for relation

OA + m.PB/n =OP

– If P divides externally then AP.n=BP.m (note the

direction).

• If r is any vector coplanar to a and b (a and

b are non zero) then r is uniquely expresses

as linear combination of a and b

Important results

• Applications in geometry

– Area of ∆ABC is ½ I AB x AC I = ½ I AB x BC I

– Area of parallelogram ABCD is = IAB X AC I

– Volume of parallelepiped =AB . (AC X AD)

• Application in trigonometry:

– Rules of T- ratios of sum and difference of

angles can be proved by vectors as

Consider cross product of OA and OB

α−β by definition of cross product and by

αβ

analytical method – take modulus and

you have the result, use the same for +

Important results

• Sine Rule: in triangle ABC

a/sin A = b/sin B =c/ sin C use AB + BC + CA = 0

and consider cross product with AB to get one

equality and then with AC to get other equate

one side of these equality and get the result by

dividing by proper fraction

• Cosine rule : Use AB + BC + CA = 0 hence

AB + BC = AC and equate magnitude of

both sides considering IABI = c, IBCI = a

and ICAI = b we get,

cos(A) = (b2 + c2 – a2)/2bc lly other results

Important results

• Application to Physics:

– Work done : F.s

– Angular momentum: moment of momentum

means if M is momentum and P is any point on

line of action then moment about O is cross

product of OP and M

– Torque: moment of force means torque

– Projection of a vector a along a vector b means

projba = a.b / b = a.eb

a. b

– Resolution of a along b means ( 2 )b

b

Important results

• Direction angles: If L is any line then its angle

with X+ ,Y+,Z + are called as direction angles and

are denoted by α, β and γ

• Direction cosine: If α, β and γ are direction

angles then cosα, cosβ and cosγ are called as

direction cosine denoted by l, m and n

• l2 + m2 + n2 = 1 to prove this result let

P(x,y,z) be any point, let IOPI = r then using

definition of dot product OP.i = r cos α

= (xi+yj+zk).i = x

lly y = rcos β

and z = r cos γ square these results and add to get the

required result.

Important results

• Direction ratio: If l, m and n are

direction cosine then a,b and c are called

as direction ratio if a/l=b/m = c/n

• Relation between dr’ s and dc’s: If a,b

and c are direction ratio and l, m and n

are direction cosine then a/l=b/m = c/n =

k say then using l2 + m2 + n2 = 1 we

get required result as

• l = a /√a2+ b2 + c2

• m = b /√a2+ b2 + c2

• n = c /√a2+ b2 + c2

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