SARTHAK CLASSES,PART TEST-1,MATHS,DIFFERENTIAL

CALCULUS
1.Let f be an injective map withy domain {x,y,z} and range {1,2,3} such that exactly one of the

f  y   1 c  f  z   2
following statements is true and the remaining are false.(a)f(x)=1 (b)

.The

f 1  1
value of
(A)x

(B)y

is
(C)z

(D)none

Lt

x  1  a cos x   b sin x
x3

x 0

2.The values of a and b such that

 A

1
are

5 3
5 3
5 3
5 3
,  B ,   C   ,  D  , 
2 2
2 2
2 2
2 2
f  x    x sin x  ,  .

3.If

then f(x) which is not true.

(A) continuous at x=0
(-1,1)

(B) ) continuous in(-1,0)

(C)differentiable at x=1

(D)d ifferentiable in

 &

2 y 3  ax 2  x3
4.If the tangent to the curve

at the point (a,a) cuts of intercepts

on the

 2   2  61
coordinate axes such that

,then a=

 A  30  B   5  C   6  D   61
Lt  f  x  ,  .

f 1  2  4
5.If a function f(x) is such that f(2)=3,
(A)2

(B)3

(C)4

x 2

then

=

(D)does not exist.

x 3  2 x 2  5 x  2 cos x  0in  0, 2 
6.The number of solutions of the equation
(A)3

(B)2

(C)1

.

(D)0

f  x   x 3  ax 2  c.
7.Consider the function

If a<0 and c>0 then f has

(A)exactly one negative root . (B) exactly 2 negative roots (C)Exactly 1 positive root. (D) exactly
2 positive roots

1  C   0.The interval of increase of g(x0.3 13.    D  none  f  x   2 x 3  3 x 2  12 x  15in  0.where x1 .If the tangent at any point . 2    2.8m3 11.The value of for which value of the expression 2  x    x1  4  2  4  2 2 is least .The minimum value of (A)-3 (B)-5 (C)3 (D)0 is . 0    2.    C   1.Then (A)1  x3  y 2  0 of x3  y 2  0 is also a normal to the curve 9m 2  (B)2 (C)3 (D)0 sin 2 x  x  a  0 12. x 2 2   f  6  x  x  R 2   g  x  2 f  8.    B   0. x2  R  .1   2.The minimum distance between the curves  A is equal to 21  B  26  5  C  21  5  D  28  5  x1  x2  x2 10.given that  x   0x  R . where f 11 .  B    6 6     A  does not have solution is  .is  A 16  B  2  C  4  D  2  P 4m 2 .    D   .  A  2.The set of values of a for which  3 3    3 3  .   y 2  4 x & x 2  y 2  12 x  31  0 9.

   B   1. 1   1.    C   3.Let a. (C)2  1   1  2 n 0  (D)-3 1  1 1  n  cos n  n sin 2 n 2 2   (A)1 (B)0 19.If the function where a>0.    D   3. 2    3. 15..b.   f  x   2 x 3  9ax 2  12a 2 x  1. 3  x  f  x     14. 2    5. attains it maximum and minimum at p p2  q and q respectively such that (A)1 (B)0 (C)2 then a= (D)-3 cos Lt r  16. 1   1.The value of (A)1 (B)0 Lt n  18.c are non –zero constant numbers then  A a2  b2  c 2 a 2  b2  c 2 a 2  b2  c 2 a 2  b2  c2  B  C  D 2bc 2bc 2bc 2bc n Lt n  17.The set of all possible values of b for which value at x=1 is  b3  b 2  b  1 0  x  1 2 b  3b  2  2x  3 1  x  3 has least  A  2.If (C)2 (D)-3 then h 2  ab  hx  by   2 ax 2  2hxy  by 2  1  A   2n B 3  h 2  ab  hx  by  C 3  d2y  dx 2 h 2  ab  hx  by  D 3  h 2  ab  hx  by  3 a b c  cos cos r r r  b c sin sin r r .

2  C   2. 0   B   .   7 24.1) is then which one of the following is true. 2 x3  3x  k  0 22.u  u u 2 x 1 2 are/is .y  1 c2 x c3 x 2 c1   x  c1  x  c1   x  c2   x  c1   x  c2   x  c3  20. 2.    D   .The points of discontinuity of 1 2 1 2  A  1. 2     2       B   f      C   f     D     f     7 7 7   7 7 14  7 7  7  7 f f  x   x3  4 x 2   x  1 25. x   0.  C  2.If  A then dy  dx  1 c1 c   c 2 y  c1 c c  y c1 c c c y c1 c  2  3   B   2  3   C   2  3   D   2  3  x  c1  x c2  x c3  x 2 x c1  x c2  x c3  x x c1  x c2  x  c3  x  x c1  x c2  x c3  x  f  x   sin 2 x  3cos 2 x  2ax  4 21.If  A (C)2 has two distinct roots in (0. 1 2 1 1 .The value of k for which the equation (A)1 (B)0 (C)2 (D)no such value is there 23.  D  1.Number of real roots of (A)1 (B)0 x4  4 x  2  0 is (D)4   f  x   tan x. 2.  3 is strictly decreasing function 0f x in the largest possible interval  (A)1 then (B)0  = (C)2 (D)4 f  x  26.If is increasing for all x then a is an element of  A  2.If 2  2.3  B  1.

If  A  7 x 2  4 xy  3 y 2 then the range of 5  2.5  2  2  C  5  2.The solution set for (A){2} (B){0} x  2.2] (D)none  D   2.If (A)1 (B)0 (C)2 is differentiable at x=0 then a+b= (D)4 x2  y 2  1 28. of solutions of (A)1 (B)0 (C)2 is (D)4  2 2   x  2 2  x 30. e x  x x  0 f  x     ax  b x  0 2 27.2 4 is (C)[0.5  2  B  is 5  2 2. 5  2   x   sin x  2 29. 2 . no .