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65/2/1

MATHEMATICS

=iª|- =iª|- =iª|- =iª|- =iª|-

Time allowed : 3 hours Maximum Marks: 100

f=·ttf·a === 3 ·tº= ·f·t=a= ·= 100

General Instuctions :

(ii) The question paper consists of three sections A,B and C. Section A is compulsory

for all students. In addition to Section A, every student has to attempt either

Section B OR Section C.

(ii) For Section A

Question numbers 1 to 8 are of 3 marks each.

Question numbers 9 to 15 are of 4 marks each.

Question numbers 16 to 18 are of 6 marks each.

(iii) For Section B / Section C

Question numbers 19 to 22 are of 3 marks each.

Question numbers 23 to 25 are of 4 marks each.

Question number 26 is of 6 marks.

(iv) All question are compulsory.

(v) Internal choices have been provided in some questions. You have to attempt only

one of the choices in such questions.

(vi) Use of calculator is not permitted. However, you may ask for logarithmic and

statistical table. If required.

Roll No.

Series SHC/2

Code No.

65/2/1

Please check that this question paper contains 11 printed pages.

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title page of the answer-book by the condidate.

Please check that this question paper contains 26 questions.

Please write down the serial number of the question before attempting it.

j+=| =|= =· n i= := +.=-+·| = =i:- +· 11 r+

+.=-+·| = :|ir= r|·| =| ¬|· i:) =) =|· =-=· =| =|·| =-|·-+i=-=| = =r|-+· +· inr|+

j+=| =|= =· n i= := +.=-+·| = 26 +.= r+

j+=| +.= =| =-|· inr|=| .|= =·= = +rn, +.= =| ==|= ¬+.= inr|+

=| · = . =| · = . =| · = . =| · = . =| · = .

·|n =.

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==t-= f=. :t ==t-= f=. :t ==t-= f=. :t ==t-= f=. :t ==t-= f=. :t

(i) ,= ¢:= ¢t = at= =tº³ ·, = ·t· = r· =tº³ · =tº³ · =tº³ · =tº³ · =tº³ · =~tt f=¬tf·t=t = f== ·f==t= ·f==t= ·f==t= ·f==t= ·f==t= r· =tº³

· = ·=t=t ¢·== f=¬t·tt =t f==t == =tº³ - = =t = f==t == =tº³ - = =t = f==t == =tº³ - = =t = f==t == =tº³ - = =t = f==t == =tº³ - = =t = = ¢:=t = =-t· .= r·

(ii) =tº³ · =tº³ · =tº³ · =tº³ · =tº³ ·

¢:= ===t 1 11 11 = - -- -- a= ¢·== = . .. .. ·= r·

¢:= ===t v vv vv = 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. a= ¢·== = : :: :: ·= r·

¢:= ===t 1t 1t 1t 1t 1t = 1- 1- 1- 1- 1- a= ¢·== = t tt tt ·= r·

(iii) =tº³ = =tº³ = =tº³ = =tº³ = =tº³ = =tº³ = =tº³ = =tº³ = =tº³ = =tº³ =

¢:= ===t 1v 1v 1v 1v 1v = .. .. .. .. .. a= ¢·== = . .. .. ·= r·

¢:= ===t .. .. .. .. .. = .. .. .. .. .. a= ¢·== = : :: :: ·= r·

¢:= ===t .t, t .t, t .t, t .t, t .t, t ·= =t r·

(iv) =~tt ¢:= ·f==t= r·

(v) == ¢:=t = ·t-af·= f==-¢ f.= == r· == ¢:=t = === == rt f==-¢ =t =·=t r·

(vi) =====· = ¢=t= =t ·==fa =rt r· =f== =f. ·t=:==at rt at ·t¢ =·t=ºt=t=

= =tf===t= =t·fºt=t =t =t= =· ==a r·

SECTION A

r|ª· ¬ r|ª· ¬ r|ª· ¬ r|ª· ¬ r|ª· ¬

1. For the matrix show that . Hence find .

¬|·=¸r = in), i:r||:) i= . ¬- n|- =|i=)+

2. Using the properties of determinants, prove the following :

=|·iª|=| = =ª||=| =| +=|= =·= i=-= i=, =|i=)

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3. Solve the following differential equation :

i=-= ¬+=n ==|=·ª| =| rn =|i=)

4. Form the differential equation of the family of curves where A and B

are constants.

OR

Solve the following differential equation :

+= =n =r| A -·|| B ¬=· r, = in) )= ¬+=n ==|=·ª| ==|:)+

¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+|

i=-= ¬+=n ==|=·ª| =| rn =|i=)

5. Evaluate :

=|= n|- =|i=)

6. Evaluate :

=|= n|- =|i=)

7. A card is drawn at random from a well-shuffled pack of 52 cards. Find the probability

that it is neither a king nor a heart.

¬·=| +=|· = ==| =: sz +-|| =| -|.| =| )= =··| = = )= +-|| =|:·==| i==|n| ==|+

+|i==-| n|- =|i=) i= = -| +r =|:.||r (king) r ¬|· = r| +|= (heart) =| +-|| r+

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8. An urn contains 6 red and 5 blue balls. Two balls are drawn at random with

replacement. Find the probability of getting

(i) 2 red balls

(ii) 2 blue balls

(iii) one red and one blue ball

)= +|·| = c n|n -·|| s =|n| =: r+ +|·| = = :| =: =|:·==| +i-=·||+=| =ir- i==|n|

=|-| r+ i=-= = ¬|= =| +|i==-| n|- =|i=)

(i) z n|n =:

(ii) z =|n| =:

(iii) )= n|n -·|| )= =|n| =:

9. Evaluate :

=|= n|- =|i=)

10. Evaluate :

=|= n|- =|i=)

11. Find the value of k for which the function

is continuous at x = 2.

OR

Evaluate :

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k =| =|= n|- =|i=) =i: =n=

x = 2 +· =-- r+

¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+|

=|= n|- =|i=)

12. Find the derivative of w.r.t. x from first principle.

=| x = =|+-| ¬|i:- ¬+=n= =|i=)+

13. Find the Boolean expression representing the following switching circuit :

Simplify the expression so obtained.

OR

Examine the validity of the following argument :

i=-= i=+i== +i·+·| = in) +¸n|= ·=== (Boolean expression) n|- =|i=)

+|·- ·=== =| =·n =|i=)+

¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+|

i=-= =i+ =| +|-| =| +·|-|ª| =|i=)

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14. If prove that

=i: -| i=, =|i=) i=

15. Verify Rolle's theorem for the function on [2, 3].

=n= = in) ¬--·|n [2, 3] +· ·|n = +== =| =·=-| =| =|=

=|i=)+

16. Using matrices, solve the following system of equations :

¬|·=¸r| =| +=|= =·=, i=-= ==|=·ª| i==|= =| rn =|i=)

17. Using integration calculate the area of the region bounded by the two parabolas

and .

OR

Evaluate as limit of a sum.

==|=n| =| +=|= =·= :| +·+n=| -·|| = =|= i·|· -|·| =| -|·|=n n|-

=|i=)+

¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+|

=|=| =| =·= =|= i+i| ;|·| =| =|= n|- =|i=)+

18. Find the point on the curve which is nearest to the point (2, 1).

OR

Show that a right-circular cylinder of given volume, open at the top, has minimum total

surface area, provided its height is equal to the radius of the base.

7 P.T.O. 65/2/1

+= +· +r i=-: n|- =|i=) =| i=-: (2, 1) = -=¸=-= :¸·| +· r|+

¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+|

i:r||:) i= )= i:) =) ¬|=-= +|n| n-=+-||= =n=, =| =+· = r|n| r, =| =n +·|= -|·|=n

-=¸=-= r|=| =i: ===| ==|: === ¬|||· +· i·|=| = =·|=· r|+

SECTION B

r|ª· = r|ª· = r|ª· = r|ª· = r|ª· =

19. Find the projection of on where and

.

=i:.| =| +· +-|+ n|- =|i=) =r| -·||

.

20. Find the value of , which makes the vectors and coplanar, where

and

=| =|= n|- =|i=) =| =i:.|| -·|| =| ==-n|= ==|) =r|

-·||

21. A particle starting with initial velocity of 26 m/sec moves with a uniform acceleration of

6m/sec

2

. Find

(i) the velocity of the particle after 7 seconds.

(ii) how far it will go in 6 seconds.

(iii) its velocity when is has traversed 100 m.

)= =ª| +|·i--|= += zc =|.=. -·|| )===|= ·+·ª| c =|.=.

z

= =n=| +|·--| =·-| r+ i=-=

n|- =|i=)

(i) : ==ª· =|: =ª| =| +=+

(ii) c ==ª· = =ª| i=-=| :¸·| -= =·=|+

(iii) ¡++ =|. :¸·| -= =·= +· ===| +=+

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22. Find the resultant of two velocities 6 km/hr and km/hr inclined to one another

at an angle of 135°.

OR

A particle is projected with a velocity of 39.2 m/sec at an elevation of 30°. Find

(i) the time of flight.

(ii) the greatest height.

c i==|·|. -·|| i==|·|. = :| +=, =| )=-:¸=· = 135° = =|ª| +· =|=·- r,

= +i·ª||=| =| =|= n|- =|i=)+

¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+|

s+.z =|.=. = += = )= =ª| 30° = =¤== =|ª| +· +i-|·- i==| ==|+ n|- =|i=)

(i) =·|= =| ===+

(ii) ¬i|=-= ==|:+

23. A body of mass 50 kg, suspended by two strings of lengths 30 cm and 40 cm fastend to

two points in the same horizontal line 50 cm apart, is in equilibrium. Find the tension

(in Newtons) in each string.

s+ i==| :·==|= =| )= i+·, i==| -|i-= ·r|| = +·=+· s+ ==| :¸· i=·|- :| i=-:¬| = ==.|

s+ ==| -·|| 1+ ==| n-=| ·|i·=| = =|| r¬|, =-in- ¬+=·|| = n== ·r| r+ +·== ·|·| =

-=|+ (-=¸== =) n|- =|i=)+

24. Two forces act at a point and are such that if the direction of one is reversed, the

resultant is turned through a right angle. Show that the two forces must be equal in

magnitude.

:| =n )= i=-: +· =|=·- r ¬|· := +=|· = r i= =i: === = )= =| i:.|| i++·|- =·

:| =|), -| +i·ª||=| =n )= ===|ª| ·|¸= =|-| r+ :.||:) i= i:) r) :|=| =n +i·=|ª| =

==|= r+

25. Find the equation of the plane passing through the intersection of the planes

and the point (1, 1, 1).

== -n =| ==|=·ª| n|- =|i=), =| -n|

= +i-·=:= = -·|| i=-: (1, 1, 1) = r|=· =|-| r+

26. Find the equation of the sphere which passing through the points (0, 0, 0), (0, 1, -1), (-1, 2, 0)

and (1, 2, 3).

== =|n =| ==|=·ª| n|- =|i=) =| i=-:¬| (0, 0, 0), (0, 1, -1), (-1, 2, 0) -·|| (1, 2, 3) =

r|=· =|-| r+

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SECTION C

r|ª· = r|ª· = r|ª· = r|ª· = r|ª· =

19. Calculate the banker's gain on a bill of Rs. 36,000 due in 5 months at 5% per annum.

36,000 =. = i=n +·, =| s =r|= = := r -·|| i== +· ·=|= 5% +|i|= =| :·

= r, ==· =| n|-| n|- =|i=)+

20. A bill of exchange drawn on February 4, 2001 at 4 months after date was discounted on

March 26, 2001 at 8% per annum. If the banker’s discount is Rs. 400, find the face value

of the bill.

)= i+i=== i=n 1 =·+·|, z++¡ =| 1 =r|= = in) inr|| ==| -·|| zc =|=, z++¡ =| -|=| in=|

==|+ =i: ·=|= =| :· 8% +|i|= r -·|| ==· =¸| 1++ =. r, -| i=n =| ¬i=--=¸¸¸-=

(face value) n|- =|i=)+

21. There are two bags I and II. Bag I contains 3 white and 3 red balls and Bag II contains

4 white and 5 red balls. One ball is drawn at random from one of the bags and is found

to be red. Find the probability that it was drawn from bag II.

:| ·|n I -·|| II r+ ·|n I = s ==: -·|| s n|n =: r ¬|· ·|n II = 1 ==: -·|| s n|n

=: r+ i==| )= ·|n = = =|:·==| )= =: i==|n| =: i== n|n ·= =| +|=| ==|+

+|i==-| n|- =|i=) i= i==|n| =: =: ·|n II = = ·||+

22. Find the mean variance for the following probability distribution :

X 0 1 2 3

P(X)

OR

If the mean and variance of a binomial distribution are respectively 9 and 6, find the

distribution.

i=-= +|i==-| === = in) =|= -·|| +=·ª| n|- =|i=)

X 0 1 2 3

P(X)

¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+| ¬·|+|

=i: i==| i;+: === = =|= -·|| +=·ª| ==.| + -·|| c r, -| === n|- =|i=)+

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23. A, B and C entered into a partnership investing Rs. 12,000 for 4 months, Rs. 14,000 for

8 months and Rs. 10,000 for 10 months respectively. Find the share of each in a profit

of Rs. 5,850 if the profit is distributed in the ratio of investments.

A, B -·|| C = ==.| ¡z,+++ =. 1 =r|= = in), ¡1,+++ =. s =r|= = in) -·|| ¡+,+++ =.

¡+ =r|= = in) i=+.| =· ·=|+|· ¬|·--| i==|+ s,ss+ =. = n|-| = +·== =| -||= n|-

=|i=) =i: n|-| i=+.| = ¬=+|- = =|=| =|-| r+

24. Find the present value of an annuity due of Rs. 900 per annum payable at the beginning

of each year for 2 years allowing interest 6% per annum, compounded annually.

z +|| = in) +++ =. +i- +| -|=-|= +|n| := +|i|=| =| +i- +| = ¬|·--| = :| =|-| r =|

+-=|= =¸-= n|- =|i=) =i: ·=|= 6% +|i|= =| :· = +|i|= ==|i=- r|-| r+

25. Given the total cost function for x units of a commidity as

Find

(i) the average cost function.

(ii) the average cost of output of 10 units.

(iii) the marginal cost function

(iv) the marginal cost when 5 units are produced.

i:=| ==| r i==| +=- =| x =·+|: =r=| = in) =n n|=- =n=

n|- =|i=)

(i) ¬|=- n|=- =n=+

(ii) ¡+ :=|:=| = =·+|:= = in) ¬|=- n|=-+

(iii) =|=|- n|=- =n=+

(iv) s =·+|: =r=| = in) =|=|- n|=-+

11 P.T.O. 65/2/1

26. Two tailors A and B earn Rs. 150 and Rs. 200 per day respectively. A can stitch 6 shirts

and 4 pants while B can stitch 10 shirts and 4 pants per day. Form a linear

programming problem to minimise the labour cost to produce at least 60 shirts and

32 pants and solve it graphically.

:| :=| A -·|| B +i-i:= ==.| ¡s+ =. -·|| z++ =. ==|- r+ A +i-i:= c ==|= -·|| 1 +=

i=n ==-| r ==i= B +i-i:= ¡+ ==|= -·|| 1 += i=n ==-| r+ -=¸=-= c+ ==|=| ¬|· sz

+=| =| ==|= = in) ¤= n|=- = -=¸=|=·ª| = in) ·ir|= +|=|== ====| ==|=· == =|= =|

=r|=-| = rn =|i=)+

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