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Sample Paper-01 (solved

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Mathematics
Class – XI
ANSWERS
Section A
1.

2.

Solution:
1.

None of the factors are zero

2.

Factors must be of the form (a + ib); k (b + ia) where k is a real number

Solution
Length of arc = rθ
Hence length of arc==2units

3.

Solution
1 Full rotation is 2π radians
500 radians =

500
rotations

500
= 79.57 rotations

79 full rotations and 0.57 of a rotation
0.5 < 0.57 < 0.75

The incomplete rotation is between

1
3
and of a rotation . Hence 500 radians is in third
2
4

quadrant . So cos θ is negative
4.

Solution
Number of subsets
10

5.

Solution
3

6.

C0 +10 C1 +10 C2 +10 C3 +10 C4 +10 C5 +10 C6 +10 C7 +10 C8 +10 C9 +10 C10 = 210

C1 + 3 C2 + 3 C3 + = 23 − 1 = 7

Solution
1.

Each card can be drawn in 52 ways and so the total number of ways =
52 × 52 × 52 = 523

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