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**Half-Yearly Examination - Maths Paper-I
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Model Paper - I

Parts A

Time : 2 Hours

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Maximum Marks : 35

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Section-I

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**(Statements & Sets, Functions, Polynomials)
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Define implication? write its truth table.

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Show that A∪B = φ implies A=φ and B=φ

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If f(x) = x -1 then show that f(x) + f(1/x)=0

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Find the value of k if the polynomial x3–3x2+4x+k is exactly divisible by x–2?

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Group-B

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**(Linear programming, Real numbers, Progressions)
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Draw the graphs of the inequalities x≥1, x≤3, y≤3.

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**If ax= by= cz= dw and ab=cd, show that 1 + 1 = 1 + 1
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Solve 4x +1 ≤ 7

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If the g1, g2, g3 are three geometric means between m and n, then show that g1g3= g22=mn.

Section-II

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Show that the statement p∨(∼p) is a tautology.

10. Define equal functions?

–1. ------. These are to be mixed in 1 kg packages as follows. f(x)=x+2.2 ⎟ x ⎠ ⎝ Group-B ak (Linear Programming. by=c. Where as in a high grade mixture 500 grams of cashew and 500 grams of groundnuts. g(x)= 3x-1. A certain manufcturer has 75kg of cashew and 120kg of groundnuts.com 12.is 22? 16. Find the independent term of 'x' in the expansion of ⎜ 6x . These are to be mixed in 1 kg packages as follows. Howmany packages of each mixture . where as in a high grade mixture 500 grams of cashew and 500 grams of ground nuts. Let f. h be finctions defined as follows.s 19.www. If ax=b. cz=a. Real Numbers. Prove that A∩ (B∪C) = (A∩B) ∪ (A∩C) m Group-A Let f: R→R be defined by f(x) = 3x–5. g. on . Define feasible region? 13.c o 15.sakshieducation. show that xyz=1 14. A low grade mixture 250gm of cashew and 750gms of w groundnuts. Find a formula that defines the inverse function du f–1 12 sh ie 5 ⎞ ⎛ 18. If the profit on the low grade mixture 250 grams of cashew and 750 grams of groundnuts.P. h(x)=2x then ca ti show that ho(gof)=(hog)of 17. 2. Progressions) w . A low grade mixture 250 w grams of cashew and 750 grams of groundnuts. 5. If the profit on the low grade mixture is 2 per package and that of high grade mixture is 3 package. Which terms of the A.

G.sakshieducation. A) Disjoint B) Equivalent C) Equal D) Finite w 2. m Show that 9S22 = S3(H8S1) Section-IV on . ak 1. ca ti (Polynomials. Using the graph of y= x2. Show that A ≥ G ≥ H.M respectively. If lmn = 1 show that 1+ l + m -1 + 1+ m + n -1 + 1+ n + l-1 =1 21. ± 2 . of two numbers are A. The sum of the firsr 'n' natural numbers is S1 and that of their squares is S2 cubes is S3. and H. solve the equation x2+3x+2=0.s A) q⇒p C) ∼ p⇒∼ q 3.B are ––––––––––– sets.com 1 1 1 20.. du 24. 4x+3y≥12.c o 22.M. Maximise f= 3x+y subject to the constraints 3x+5y≤ 40. sh ie PART-B The zero value of the given function is ––––––––––– .M.www. A) 0 B) –2 C) 2 D) 0. then A. The A.M. w Marks : 30×½=5 ( ) ( ) ( ) B) ∼ q⇒∼ p D) p ∧ (∼ q) n(A∪B) = n(A) + n(B).G. Linear Programming) 23. x≥0 and y≥0 ∼ (p⇒q) = ––––––––––– w .

A) (1. D 4. B) 2 ) 3 3 0 ( D) 0 C) (–2.B 10. C 5. A 9.0) Y' B) (3. If there are n arithmetic mean between a and b then d= –––––––– . Marks : 10×½=5 . A 6. x →α 2x +1 C) − 2 B) {x/–7<x≤5} C) {x/–7≤x<5} D) {x/–7<x≤5} ie ak B) 100 C) 10 w .1) 7.com A) Q1 and Q2 B) Q1 and Q2 C) Q1 and Q2 D) Q1 and Q2 Y = then n = ––––––––––– . Fill in the blanks with suitable words . X' on .www.3 = ––––––––––– . B) 56 ( m If nc 7 ca ti 5. sh 9. D 2. nc 8 II.c o 6.0) (−2. A) n +1 ) du A) {x/–7<x<5} A) 1000 ( D) (0. A) 15 C) 1 6x .s b-a w B) n +1 ( ) ( ) b-a a+b C) n -1 D) n -1 Answers : 1. –4) If Lt ) X (2. A 3.0) The point which does not lie in the region 2x= ––––––––––– .–4) If x + 1 < 6 then x belongs to the set ––––––––––– . D 8. B w ) D) 1 10. a -b ( D) 3 If ∑n = 10 then ∑n3 = –––––––––––. (0.–3) A) 6 8.sakshieducation. A 7.

Tangent . Complement law ie Answers 12. If f(x) = 2–x. 25 w w 17.com 12. (–6) ak 11. 13. Objective function 18. the function f= ax+by is called ––––––––. A=B 14. If (x. If A⊆B and B⊆A then –––––––––. 3x+3= 9x+1 then x= ––––––––––. then fog(x) = –––––––. 1 19. on .c o 16. If nth term of a G. The name of the figure y=x2 is ———.3) then 3x–4y = –––––––. In a linear programming. 0. 14.P.www. Parabola sh 13.5 20. (3–2x) 16. The geometric mean of 5 and 125 is ––––––. du 20. w . The limiting position of a secant of a circle is ––––––––. ca ti 19.s 15. 18. m 15. g(x)= 2x–1.y) = (2. 17.5)n–1 then the common ratio is –––––.sakshieducation. is 2(0.

The number of terms in the ( ) ( ) expansion of (x+y)6 is D) 5/3 E) –9 ca ti 25. Group-B 23. A x+z A) 2 F) Q2 m Group-A 25.c o 21. E ie du F) 8 Answers: 21. Match the following. x=0⇒ ( ) C) Q1 ( ) 2xz D) x + z ( ) E) –7 w 27. y>0 then the ( ) w x →0 ( ) B) 32 28. then y= H) ∼q ⇒∼p Group-B point (x.P. Sum of the roots of 3x2-5x+9=0 on . Range of constant function is ( ) C) q ⇒ p 24.com Marks : 10×½=5 III.C w . f(x) = 2x–3 then f(–3)= ( ) B) singleton set 23.www.z.sakshieducation.s Group-A 26. If x>0. The contrapositive of ∼p ⇒∼q is ( ) A) 7 22. 29. B ak sh 22. are in H. (16)1. If x.y) lies in Lt 4x 2 − 5x + 7 G) 3/5 24.25 30. D .y.

w . (2) A = φ Given that A ∪ B = φ ∴B⊂A∪B⇒B⊂φ ––––––––––––––– (3) .com H) 7 Answers : 26. ca ti by the connective ⇒ (read as only If) is called conditional or Implication. H 28. B ⊂ A ∪ B. Implication: The compound statement formed when two simple statements are combined p ⇒ q is F only.c o Section-I m Answers 1. A.s ak sh ie du That means a truth statement cannot imply a false statement p q p⇒q T T T T F F F T T F F T 2. D Group-A on . w Given that A ∪ B = φ ––––––––––––––– (1) Also we know that φ ⊂ A ––––––––––––––– (2) w ∴A⊂A∪B⇒A∪φ From (1). G 29. When p is T and q is F. We have A ⊂ A ∪ B. A.sakshieducation.C 27. B 30.www.

Let f(x) = x3 – 3x2+4x+k du ∴ f(x) + f(1/x)=0.sakshieducation. Y y=3 y=1 X O . w ⇒ k= –4 w Group-B 5. 3.com From 3 & 4 B = φ.A.s f(2) = (2)3 – 3(2)2 + 4(2) + k=0 ⇒ 8–12+8+k=0 ⇒ 4+k=0 ∴ k= –4. A. sh The remainder when f(x) is divided by x–2 is f(2). ak x–2 ⇒ f(2) = 0. A.c o 1+ x 1 +1 x ⎛1⎞ = f ⎜ ⎟= x 1 − x ⎝ x ⎠ 1 −1 x x x +1 x +1 − =0 x −1 x −1 ie 4. f(x) = x +1 m x -1 1+ x x +1 x +1 = = −( x − 1) −( x − 1) −( x − 1) x +1 ⎛ 1 ⎞ x +1 ∴ f ( x) + f ⎜ ⎟ = + ⎝ x ⎠ x − 1 −( x − 1) ca ti = on .www. f(x) is exactly divisible by w .

c o ab=cd (given) k1/x .A.k1/w ∴k 1 1 + x y 1 1 + =kz w ∴ 1 1 1 1 + = + x y w z ca ti ∴ As the bases of equal power are equal. w ⇒ m. w 8.k1/y = k1/z . g3 are the three G.www. g3.A.n form a G. ⇒ –7≤ 4x+1≤ 7 −8 4x 6 ≤ ≤ 4 4 4 ⇒ –2≤ x≤3/2 w . ax = by = cz = dw = k a =k ⇒a = x 1 kx. g1 g2 g3 n = = = m g1 g 2 g3 g1 n from m = g ⇒ g1g 3 = mn ––––––––1) 3 ∴ g 2 g3 = ⇒ g 1 g 3 = g 22 g1 g 2 ––––––––2) .S between m and n. g1.com 6.M. g1.s ⇒ ak ⇒ –8≤4x≤6 sh ⇒ –7–1 ≤ 4x+1=1 ≤7–1 ie du 7.d w = k ⇒d =k 1 w m c = k ⇒c z 1 y on .sakshieducation. g2. 4x +1 ≤ 7 ∴ –2≤x≤3/2 is the solution.P. their exponents must be equal. b =k ⇒b=k y 1 = k z .A. g2.

du 10. w . Show that the statement p∨(∼p) is a tautology. . Equal functions: Two functions f and g defined on the same domain D are said to be ak 11.www. if f(x) = g(x) ∀ x∈D. sh ie equal.sakshieducation. In the last column contains only T. Feasible Region: The solution set of constraints of a linear programming problem is convex set (open or closed) called the feasible region. β.A.A.A.s sum of the roots α+β = 2+√3+2–√3 product of the roots α. ca ti So the compound statement p∨(∼p) is a tautology. β = 0 ⇒ x2 – 4x+1= 0 12.com g1g3 = g22= mn Section-II p T F ∼p F T ∨(∼ ∼p) p∨ T T on .A. (2+√3) (2–√3) = 4–3 =1 w Required quadaratic equation is w ∴ x2 – (α+β) x + α.c o m 9. Let α= 2+√3 β= 2–√3.

s ⇒ 8–3n = –22 – 3n = –22 –8 w –3n = –30 w h= −30 = 10 −3 ∴ The 10th term of the given A.www. their exponents must be also be equal.c o ∴ a1 = axyz As the bases of equal powers are equal.P. = –22. To prove A∩(B∪C) = (A∩B) ∪(A∩C). 2.sakshieducation. is 5. d= 2–5 = –3 ∴ a+(n–1) d= –22 ak ⇒ 5 – 3n+3 = –22 sh ⇒5+ (n–1) (–3) = –22 ie du Let tn = –22 w .P. ------Here a = 5.A. The given A.com 13. Section-III Group-A 15. –1. we have to prove that .A. a = cz (given) ∵ C = by = (by)z = (by)z m ∵ b = ax = (ax)yz on .A. ca ti 14.

g(x) =3x-1.s ∴ (A∩B)∪(Α∩C) ⊂ A∩(B∪C) ––––––––– 2) ∴ From 1 & 2.c o ⇒ (x∈A and x∈B) or (x∈A and x∈C) ⇒ x∈(A∩B) or x∈(A∩C) ∴ ∩B) ∪ (A∩ ∩C) ⊂ A∩ ∩(B∪ ∪C) (A∩ ca ti ii) A∩(B∪C) ⊂ (A∩B) ∪(A∩C) ––––––––– 1) Let x∈(A∩B) ∪(A∩C) du ⇒x∈(A∩B) or x∈(A∩C) ak ⇒ x∈A∩ (B∪C) sh ⇒ x∈A and x∈B or x∈C ie ⇒ (x∈A and x∈B) or (x∈A and x∈C) w .A.www. f(x) = x+2.com ii) (A∩B) ∪ (A∩C) ⊂ A∩(B∪C) ∩(B∪ ∪C) ⊂ (A∩ ∩B) ∪(A∩ ∩C) A∩ i) Let x∈A∩(B∪C)⇒x∈A and x∈(B∪C) m ⇒x∈A and (x∈B or x∈C) on . h(x) = 2x (i) To find ho(gof) (x) w ★ gof(x) = g[f(x)] = g(x+2) (∵ f(x)= x+2) =3(x+2)−1 (∵ g(x)= 3x−1) =3x+6−1 gof(x) = 3x+5 ho(gof)(x) = h[gof(x)] = h(3x+5) = 2(3x+5) (∵ gof(x) = 3x+5) (∵ h(x) = 2x) .sakshieducation. we get A∩(B∪C) = (A∩B) ∪(A∩C). w 16.

com ho(gof) (x) = 6x+10 ★ ––––––––––– 1) (i) To find (hog)of (x) hog(x) = h[g(x)] (∵ g(x)= 3x−1) = 2(3x−1) (∵ h(x)= 2x) m = h[3x−1] (hog)of (x) = hog[f(x)] on .www. A. Let y= f(x) = 3x–5 y= 3x-5 ⇒ x = ⎛ y+5 ⎞ f(x) = f ⎜ ⎟ ⎝ 3 ⎠ = y+5–5 = y y+5 3 ⎛ y+5 = 3⎜ ⎝ 3 ⎞ ⎟ −5 ⎠ . ⇒ 3x1–5 = 3x2–5 sh f(x1) = f(x2) ak ⇒ 3x1= 3x2 ⇒ x1= x2 w .c o hog(x) = 6x−2 = hog(x+2) (∵ f(x)= x+2) = 6(x+2) −2 (∵ hog(x)= 6x−2) = 6x+12−2 ca ti (hog)of (x) = 6x+10 From 1). (2) ho(gof)(x) = (hog)of (x) du ⇒ ho(gof) = (hog)of ––––––––––– 2) ie 17. To prove f(x) = 3x–5 is one to one function. there exists x∈R (domain) such that f(x) =y then f is called onto function.sakshieducation. –––––––––––––– 1) To prove f(x) 3x–5 is onto function w For every element y∈R(co-domain).s ∴ f(x1) = f(x2) ⇒ x1= x2 w ∴ f is a one-one function.

(x2)(12–r). y = x 2 ak t r+1 = nCr . (–5)r w = 12Cr. 56 = 12 ×11×10 × 9 × 8 × 7 . ∴ The required term t6+1= t7= 7th term. (6x2)12–r . (–5)r. 612–r . 612–r . t7 = 12C6 (6)12–6. But. (6)12–r . (–5/x2)r w . x24–4r w If this were the term independent of x.c o Let y = f (x) = 3x–5 y= f(x) ⇒ x= f–1(y) ⇒ f −1 ( x ) = y+5 3 ––––––––– 4) x+5 3 12 du ⎛ 2 5 ⎞ 18. (6)6. (–5)r.66.com ∴ f(x) = y ∴ f is onto function ––––––––– 2) from 1 & 2 f is bijection m f -1 exists on . x–2r. x–2r = 12Cr. x24–2r–2r = 12Cr.www. Comparing ⎜⎝ 6 x − x 2 ⎟⎠ with (x+y)n ca ti y= 3x-5 ⇒ x = ––––––––– 3) -5 ie we have x= 6x2.sakshieducation.x n-r .(-5)6 1× 2 × 3 × 4 × 5 × 6 ∵ n cr = ∠n ∠n − r. (–5)r. (6)12–r . the general term = 12Cr. x24–2r .∠r . (–5)6 = 12C6 . ∴ 24 = 4r = 0 ⇒ 4r = 24 ⇒ r = 24/4 = 6.s = 12Cr. then the exponent of x should be zero.y r sh and n= 12. A.

A. 20.s weight of peanuts in both packages = ––––––––––– 2) 3x y + kg 4 4 The manufacturer has 120 kgs of peanuts. lmn = 1 1 1 We get l = mn & mn = l . ∴ x≥0.sakshieducation. and profit on each high grade mixture is Rs. weight of cashew Low grade mixture x x× 1 x = kg 4 4 y× 1 y = kg 2 2 High grade mixture y weight of peanuts x× 3 3x = kg 4 4 m No. ca ti Since the number of package are not negative.com Group-B 19. The manufacturer has 75 kgs of cashew. 3x y 3x + 2y + ≤ 120 ⇒ ≤ 120 ⇒ 3x+2y≤ 480 4 2 4 w ∴ ––––––––––– 3 w profit on each low grade mixture is Rs. of on .3 ∴Objective function f = 2x+3y f is to be maximised. A. 2. sh x + 2y ≤ 75 ⇒ x+2y≤300 4 ak ⇒ ie x y ∴ + ≤ 75 4 2 w .www. y≥0 ––––––– 1) du weight of cashew in both packages = x/4+ y/2 kg.c o Type of mixture y× 1 y = kg 2 2 Let the low grade packages be x and high grade mixture packages be y.

com 1 1 1 + + 1 1 1 1 1+ + 1+ m + 1+ n + mn m n l = 1 1 1 + + m + n + 1 + n mn + n + 1 1+ n + mn mn n = mn n 1 + + 1 + n + mn 1 + n + mn 1+ n + mn = mn + n +1 1+ n + mn = = 1 R.H.s n 2 (n +1) 2 = 4 w w = = n 2 (n +1) 2 [1 + 4n(n +1) ] 4 = n 2 (n +1) 2 ⎡ 1 + 4n 2 + 4n ⎤⎦ ⎣ 4 = n 2 (n +1) 2 ⎡ 2 ⎤ ⎣ 4n + 4n +1⎦ 4 = n 2 (n +1) 2 [2n + 1]2 . A. 2 ⎥⎦ w . Sum of the first n natural numbers (S1) = sh ie Sum of the squares of first n natural numbers (S2) = n(n +1)(2n +1) 6 ak n 2 (n +1) Sum of the cubes of first n natural numbers (S3) = 4 Take R.S.c o L.S. S3 (1+8 S1) n(n +1) ⎤ ⎡ ⎢⎣1 + 8. 2 ⎥⎦ n 2 (n +1) 2 4 n(n +1) ⎤ ⎡ ⎢⎣1 + 8.www.S. n(n +1) 2 du 21.H.sakshieducation.H. 1 + n + mn 1 + n + mn ca ti = m 1 1 1 + + -1 −1 -1 1+ l + m 1+ m + n 1+ n + l-1 on .

www.sakshieducation. b ⎤ ⎥ = ab ⎢⎢ ⎥ a+b ⎢⎣ ⎥⎦ ⎡ = ab ⎢⎢ ⎢⎣ ( a . S3(1+8S1) 22. Say 2ab B = ab ca ti a+b A= 2 H =a +b ( b ) . Let Two numbers be a and b.(2n +1)2 9(4) n 2 (n +1) 2 .2 ab ( a ) + = A–G = 2 − ab = 2 ( a − b ) ≥0 = ie 2 sh 2 ∴ A≥ G –––––––– 1) ak ⇒A–G ≥ 0 2 ab.s G . LHS on .c o =9 2 m ⎡ n (n +1) (2n +1) ⎤ = 9× ⎢ ⎥⎦ 6 ⎣ ∴ 9 S22.com = 9× n 2 (n +1)2 .H = ab − ⎡ (a + b) .b ) ⎤⎥ ≥ 0 2 a+b ∴ G–H ≥ 0 ⎥ ⎥⎦ G≥ H ––––––––––– 2) .(2n +1) 2 = 9× 36 S22.A.2 2 a. ab 2ab = ab − a+b a+b w .2 ab ⎤ = ab ⎢ ⎥ a+b ⎣ ⎦ w w ⎡ 2 ab ⎤ = ab ⎢1 − ⎥ ⎣ a+b ⎦ ( ) ⎡ ( a ) 2 + b 2 − 2 a. b 2 du 2 a+b ab .

4) on the same graph sheet and join them by means of a line..1).www. (2.4). (1. y≥0 .–2). w 24. (3.4). 9) (–2. From 1 & 2 Section-IV m 23.com A ≥ G ≥ H... Given quadratic equation x2−3x+2=0. We get a parabola. w . (1. (2.1) and (2. X-coordinates of these points (1. x2= 3x−2 y= x2 x y -3 -2 -1 0 9 4 1 0 1 1 2 4 3 9 by a smooth curve. these inequations represented the (Q1) first quadrant.c o Let y= x2 ⇒ y=3x−2..A.4).sakshieducation. (0.1).1) & (2.2} w equation x2–3x+2=0.0). on . (–1.s The graphs of parabola y= x2 and the straight line y= 3x–2 are intersects in two points (1.A.4) that is 1. including the lines OX and OY ii) iii) To determine the region of 8x+5y ≤ 40 .graph ------------ du y=3x−2 ca ti Mark the points (–3. 2 y -3 1 4 ie 1 sh x 0 -------. first we draw the straight line 8x+5y=40 x 0 5 y 8 0 To determine then region of 4x+3y ≥ 12 we draw the straight line 4x+3y = 12 .1).2 are the roots of quadratic ∴ The solution set = {1. i) x≥0.–9) on a graph sheet and join them ak Mark points (0.

.0) in the inequation 8(0) + 5(0) ≤ 40 ∴ 8x+5y ≤ 40 represents the region towards the origin.0). 4x+3y≥12 on . ABCD is closed convex polygon A(3.8) D(0.www.0) graph --------------- w w w .sakshieducation.8) ie = 3(0)+8=8 sh Value of f at D(0. C(0.s ----------- m = 0 ≤ 40 is true.0) = 3(3)+0= 9+10= 9 ca ti vi) du Value of f at B(5. B(5.4) = 3(0) + 4 = 4 ak ∴ f= 3x+y is maximum at the vertex B(5.com iv) x 0 3 y 4 0 8x+5y≤ 40 substituting (0. that does not contain the origin.0) = 3(5)+10 = 15+10 = 15 Value of f at C(0.4) Objective function: f= 3x+y Value of f at A(3.0).c o v) 4(0)+ 3(0) ≥12 0 ≥12 is false ∴ 4x+3y≥12 represents the region.

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