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13/9/2

Series : PTS/2

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the title page of the answer-book.

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Time Allowed: 180 Minutes

Q01.

Let A = d1

d2

d3

... d n

SECTION A

be a diagonal matrix. What is the value of det.(A)?

Q03.

Q04.

2 3

If A

and A. adjA 13 I then, find the value of k .

k

2

Under what condition (A B) (A + B) is equal to A2 + B2 such that orders of A and B are same?

Let f : R R be defined by f (x) = (3 x3)1/3. Determine fof (x).

Q05.

Q02.

Q06.

Q08.

Q10.

x1 y 1 z

2

3

4

5 + x10

Q07.

Evaluate : sin cos1(1) + cos sin1(1).

x16 dx .

x 3 y 1 z 4

x 1 y 4 z 4

and

are perpendicular to

Find the value of m if the lines

3

5m

4

1

1

2

each other.

Q09. Find the unit vector in the direction of sum of vectors i j and k j .

Evaluate the integral of

Find the integrating factor for the linear differential equation : (y 2 1) 2xy

dy 2 dy

.

dx y 2 1 dx

SECTION B

Q15.

x 2a, 0 x /4

the values of a and b.

What are your views about learning? Is learning a continuous process?

cos x

x sin 2x sin

5

12

2

dx .

.

Solve : sin 1 sin 1

Q13. Evaluate :

x

x 2

2

x

0

Let * be a binary operation on N defined by a*b = HCF of a and b. Is * commutative? Is *

associative? Does there exist identity for this binary operation on N?

OR

Let f : R R be defined as f (x) = 10x + 7. Find a function g : R R such that we

have gof fog I R .

Express 2i j 3k as the sum of a vector parallel and perpendicular to 2i 4j 2k .

Q16.

Evaluate :

Q11.

Q12.

Q14.

x4

(x 1)(x 2 1) dx .

OR

Evaluate :

x2 sin 2 x

2

1 + x 2 sec x dx .

x

Q17.

cos

13/9/2

sin cos

x

P.T.O.

Q18.

Q19.

Form the differential equation of the family of circles in 2 nd quadrant and touching coordinate axes.

OR

Form the differential equation of the family of curves given by (a + bx) ey/x = x.

Find the equation of the plane parallel to x-axis and which contains the line of intersection of

1 and r.(2i 3j k)

4 0.

the palnes r.(i j k)

dy

y x 2y x y

2

.

dx

x xy x y

Q20.

Q21.

Q22.

1

1

dy

x2 1

.

dx

x

x

x

If cos y = x cos (a + y) then, prove that sin a (dy/dx) cos2 (a y) .

A chairman is biased so that he selects his relatives for a job 3 times as likely as others. If there are 3

posts for a job, find the probability distribution for selection of persons other than his relatives. If the

chairman is biased then which value of life will be demolished?

OR

Q23.

Q24.

Q25.

SECTION C

Two trainee carpenters A and B earn `150 and `200 per day respectively. A can make 6 frames and 4

stools per day while B can make 10 frames and 4 stools per day. How many days shall each work if

it is desired to produce at least 60 frames and 32 stools at a minimum labour cost? Solve graphically.

x2 y 2

Triangle AOB is made in first quadrant of 2 2 1 where OA = a and OB = b. Find the area

a

b

enclosed between the chord AB ad arc AB of ellipse. Being a student, comment on the following:

Differentiate the wastage of seconds; integrate the number of hours in a day.

Find the distance of the point (2, 3, 4) from the plane 3x 2y 2z 5 0 measured parallel to the

x3 y2 z

1 x2

.

dx .

Q26. Evaluate :

3

6

2

1 x2

A farmer wants to construct a circular well and a square garden in his field. He wants to keep sum of

their perimeters fixed. Then prove that the sum of their areas is least when the side of square garden is

double the radius of circular well. Do you think good planning can save energy, time and money?

x2 y 2

OR

Find the condition for the curves 2 2 1 and xy c 2 to intersect orthogonally.

a

b

Let X denote the number of colleges where you will apply after your results and P(X = x) denotes

your probability of getting admission in x number of colleges. It is given that

kx, if x = 0, or 1

P(X x)

2kx, if x = 2

, k is a positive constant.

k(5 x), if x = 3 or 4

Find the mean and variance of the probability distribution. College is actually life exposure. How?

For keeping fit, X people believe in morning walk, Y people believe in yoga and Z people join gym.

Total no. of people are 70. Further 20%, 30% and 40% people are suffering from any diseases who

believe in morning walk, yoga and gym respectively. Total number of such people is 21. If morning

walk costs `0, yoga costs `500/month and gym costs `400/month and total expenditure is `23000.

(i) Formulate a matrix problem.

(ii) Calculate the number of each type of people.

(iii) Why exercise is important for health?

1 2 2

OR

Find the inverse of 1 3 0 using elementary transformations.

0 2 1

line

Q27.

Q28.

Q29.

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13/9/2

P.T.O.

Q01.

k = 3

Q02.

AB BA

Q03.

Q04.

fof (x) x

3/2

Q05.

=5

Q06.

Q08.

m = 11/5

Q09.

Q11.

Q13.

Q16.

1 5

10 1 k

75 x

1

Q10. I.F. = (y 2 1)

(i k)

2

Q07. 0

,b=

2(1 2 2 )

4(1 2 2 )

every moment of life from the daily activities happening around him.

Q12. x = 13

8

Q14. See NCERT Solutions Chapter 01 Ex. 1.4 Q. No. 8, visit

2

x 7

1 5

(k i 2 j) (i j)

www.theOPGupta.com

OR g (x)

Q15.

10

2

2

x2

1

x 1

1

2 log | x 1 | log

k OR tan x tan 1 x k

Q17. x3

2

4

x 1 2(x 1)

a=

Q18.

(x y) 2 [(y)2 1] (x yy)2 OR x 3

Q22.

Probability Distribution:

X

P(X)

0

27/64

1

27/64

d 2 y dy

x

y Q19.

2

dx

dx

2

9/64

60

r.( j 3k)

Values lost by chairman:

3

1/64

Honesty, integrity.

Q23.

2

Minimum value of Z = `1350 at (5, 3).

Q24.

Q25. 7 Units

ab Sq.Units

4

Q26.

Let I

1 x2 2

1 x2

1 x2

1 x2

dx

dx

dx

(1 x 2 ) 1 x 2

(1 x 2 ) 1 x2

(1 x2 ) 1 x2 dx

1 x2

1 x2

dx

dx

dx I 2 .

(1 x ) 1 x

(1 x ) 1 x

1 x2

1

1

2t

Now put x = in I 2 dx = 2 . So I 2

dt .

t

t

(t 2 1) 1 t 2

2

Now put t 2 1 y 2 2t dt = 2y dy .

We have, I 2

i.e., I 2

Q27.

Q29.

13/9/2

1

2

log

1

y 2

2y

1

1

dy 2 2

dy 2

log

log

2

2

(y 2)y

y ( 2)

2 2

y 2

2

x2 1 x 2

2

. So, I log x + 1 x2

x 1 x 2

1

2

log

x2 1 x 2

2

t2 1 2

t2 1 2

x 1x 2

Yes, every work done in a planned way proves to be more fruitful. If a student makes a

Q28. 19/8, 47/64

planning for his studies he can do wonders.

OR

a2 = b2

(i) x + y + z = 70, 2x + 3y + 4z = 210, 5y + 4z = 230 (ii) x = 20, y = 30, z = 20 (iii) Exercise keeps

3 2 6

1 1 2 .

2 2 5

P.T.O.

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