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Duration: Three Hours

MaximumMarks: 150

(b.)Largest

possible

dim( S nT) is 18

value

of

(c.) Smallest

possible

dim(S+T)is 19

value

of

is 22

Let

v1 =(1,2,0,3,0),v2 =(1,2,-1,-1,0),

.c

2.

v3 =(0,0,1,4,0),

ce

(a.)2

(b.)3

(c.)4

(d.)5

3.

1.

4.

is 2

T)

xy 2 0}

IS

by

If

R4, then the unique vector v E R 4 such that

4

f(w)=(v,w) forall wER is

(a.) (0,-1,0,0)

(b.)(-1,0,-1,1)

(b.)Not a vector subspace of R2 since

every element does not have an inverse

in V

(c.)Not a vector subspace of R2 since it is

not closed under scalar multiplication

(d.)Not a vector subspace of R2 since it is

not closed under vector addition

24

that dim (S) = 19 and dim (T) = 17. Then,

the

xa

.e

w

w

natural numbers, integers, rational numbers, real

numbers and complex numbers, respectively,

throughout the paper.

and

span of ( v1 , v2 , v3 , v4 , v5 ) is

defined

v4 =(2,4,1,10,1)

ra

This questions paper contains 90 objective

questions. Q. 1-30 carry 1 mark each and Q. 30-90

carry 2 marks each.

2. Answer all the questions.

3. Questions must be answered on special machine

gradable Objective Response Sheet (ORS) by

darkening the appropriate bubble (marked A, B, C,

D) using HB pencil against the question number on

the left hand side of the ORS. Each equation has

only one correct answer. In case you wish to

change an answer, erase the old answer completely

using a good soft eraser.

4. There will be negative marking. For each wrong

answer, 0.25 marks from Q. 1-30 and 0.5 marks

from Q. 31-90 will be deducted. More than one

answer marked against a question will be deemed

as an incorrect response and will be negatively

marked.

5. Write your registration number, name and name of

the Centre at the specified locations on the right

half of the ORS.

6. Using HB pencil, darken the appropriate bubble

under each digit of your registration number.

7. Using HB pencil, darken the appropriate bubble

under the letters corresponding to your paper code.

8. No charts or tables are provided in the examination

hall.

9. Use the blank pages given at the end of the

question paper for rough work.

10. Choose the closet numerical number among the

choices given.

11. This question paper contains 24 printed pages.

Please report, ifthere is any discrepancy.

om

)1.

(c.) (0,1,0,0)

(d.) (1,0,1,-1)

f: C ~ D is analytic with f(10) = 112,

10.

then f(10+i) is

(a.) 1+i

2

unit

(C.) 7t

r ,then a

~)

11.

~)

720...;2

Then

ndS

R be defined by

~' x:;tO

x=O

Consider the

equals

two

improper

integrals

12.

functions

1

f(x,y) = 1+x(1- y)

1

(b.) x2 + y2

c2

2

(c.) x 2 +(y-1) =c 2

2

(d.) ( x- 1) + y 2

be

two

defined

by

and

Then,

on

13.

c2

particular

solution

y"+ (sin x) y'+ 2y =cos 2x,

particular

continuous

(b.) f is uniformly continuous but g is not

is not

then

of

a

solution

of

2

y"+(sinx)y'+2y=ex +2sin x, IS given

by

( 0,1) X ( 0,1)

(b.)h exist but h does not

(c.) h does not exist but h does

(d.)Neither II nor I2 exists

The orthogonal trajectories to the family of

straight lines y = k ( x -1), k E R, are given

by

.e

w

w

j,g: (O,l)x(O,l) ~R

continuous

(a.)

0,

(a.) No positive real roots

(b.)Exactly one positive real root

(c.) Exactly two positive real roots

(d.)All positive real roots

Let

(d.)2n

Let f: [0, oo)

f(x)={-

xa

720...;2

-1

9.

-i

8.

ce

;r I

7~0

(d.) (

S.

ra

2>n (z-

(a.) 0

(c.) (

to

om

00

(b)

normal

x)i +2y}-z(1-sin2x)f].

(b.)~

IS

(a.) 256 cos (ln 4)

(b.)64 cos (ln 4)

(c.) 16 cos (ln 4)

(d.)4 cos (ln 4)

If sin z

equals

(a.) 1

(d.)!___

2

7.

outer

ff[(sin

(b.) 1-i

2

1

(c.)2

6.

(d.)Neither

f nor g IS uniformly

continuous

Let S be the surface bounding the region

2

2

x +y :::=;1, x20,yzOizl::::;1,and ii bethe

.c

5.

1

(a.) lfJ(x)-lf/(x)+"2

1

(b.) lf/(x)-lfJ(x)+"2

19.

(c.) lfJ(x)-lf/(x)+1

Let Pn (x) be the Legendre

(d.)

14.

degree

n~ 0 .

If 1 + X =

by

polynomial of

with

11111

{(x,O)}: x E R}.

norm

and

Define g :M ---+R

extension

10

10

Consider

of g is given by

(a.) f ( x, y) = 2x

cs equals

(a.) 0

(b.) f(x,y) = x+ y

20.

(d.).!..!_

2

Let I be the set of irrational real numbers

and let G =I u { 0} . Then, under the usual

S c X. Then it follows that

.c

(b.)S _l=(O)

(d.) (S _i) _l= S

21.

An

x"'

ra

(a.) A group, since R and Q are groups

under addition

(b.)A group, since the additive identity is

inG

(c.) Not a group, since addition on G is not

a binary operation

(d.)Not a group, since not all elements in

G have an inverse

the

group

( Z, +),

the

Suppose

X=

(1, oo)

and

18.

22.

a fixed point

{r (x)}

given

Such

by

with

U (X, 0) = X, 0 ~ X~ 1,

are

(a.)Parallel straight lines

(b.) Straight lines which intersect at

(0,-1)

(d.)Concentric circles with centre at the

ongm

:;t

23.

y.

converges to

Suppose

u ( x, y)

2

Then

(a.) T has at most one fixed point

(b.)T has a unique fixed point, by Banach

Contraction Theorem

(c.) T has infinitely many fixed points

(d.)For every x EX,

~Hl6- ~~}ncNu{O}

U1 + UUx = 0,

T: X----+ X is

IS

.e

w

w

17.

scheme

(b.) Converge to 1.6

(c.) Converge to 1. 8

(d.) Converge to 2

subgroup

generated by 2 and 7 is

(a.)Z

(b.)5Z

(c.) 9Z

(d.) 14Z

The cardinality of the centre of Z 12 is

(a.) 1

(b.)2

(c.) 3

(d.) 12

iterative

In

xa

16.

= x+2y

ce

15.

(d.) f(x,y)

om

(b.)2

11

(c.) 1

24.

satisfies

2

Laplace's

unit circle. Then, at the origin

(a.) u tends to infinity

(b.)u attains a finite minimum

(c.) u attains a finite maximum

(d.)u is equal to 0

A circular disk of radius a and mass m is

supported on a needle at its centre. The

disk is set spinning with initial angular

all a 1 ,a2

time t, then its component along the

normal equals

(a.) .J3cvo

2

29.

(b.) aJO

and m this case they are not

independent

If the cost matrix for an assignment

problem is given by

(d) (

U {( x, - y) E R 2 : x = 0, 1, -1 and y E N} is

W={(x,y,z)ER :y=O}.

VuW is

(a.) Connected and compact

(b.) Connected but not compact

(c.) Compact but not connected

(d.)Neither connected nor compact

Suppose X is a random variable, c

E (X- c

all n 2 1. Then P (X

30.

(Jl, f.1

( E ( XiXJ)

f.1

IS

(b.) x y"-2xy'+ y

(c.) 2xy'- y

(d.) x y"- y

31.

f.1

a

satisfy

the

u = ( 1, 1,1)

and

v = ( 1, 1- 1) .

The

(c.){(~,~'~}(~,~,- ~J}

(d.){(~,~'~}(~,-~,- ~J}

J where

,

(b.) {(1,1,0),(1,0,1)}

has a

Gram-Schmidt process on the ordered

basis (u, v) ofV is

matrix

2

y + X y )dx

(a.) {(

the

r(

is finite for

(X1 ,XJT

differential equation

c) = 1 if and only if

and

V[ y (X) J=

vector

(d.) 4min{a,b,c,d}

(b.)At least one odd n

(c.) At least one even n

(d.)At least two values ofn

28.

(c.) max{a,b,c,d}

w

w

an= 0 for

.e

constant and an

Then

xa

27.

assignment problem is

(a.) a+b+c+d

and

.c

(b.) Closed but not bounded

(c.) Bounded but not closed

(d.) Closed and bounded

In R3 with usual topology, let

V = { ( x, y, z) E R 3 : x 2 + y 2 + z 2 = 1, y :;t 0)

ce

26.

}osl

ra

25.

010

om

1r

32.

-a(x2 y 1 +x1y 2 )+ y 1y 2

product

(a.) For all a

IS

(c.)2

(d.) 1

an mner

R

(b.)If and only if a= 0

(c.)Ifand only if a <1

E

38.

where

1r

(b.)-12

and

a; ER,

i = 1,2,3,4.

1r

(c.)12

Then

is a basis of

R if and only if

(a.) a 1 = a 2 = a3 = a4

(b.) a1a 2 a3 a4 = -1

(d.) a 1 + a2 + a3 + a4

-::f::-

1

2

2 x 2 real matrices. For Q = (

- ),

-2

as

40.

Let

w=

f(z) be

the

bilinear

(a.) -1 + 2i

(b.)2i

(c.) -2+i

41.

(d.) -1 + i

For the positively oriented unit circle,

J 2Re(z) dz =

1+1 z+2

(b.)Invertible

(c.)Nilpotent

(d.)Unipotent, i.e., Q- I is nilpotent

Let M be a square matrix of order, 2 such

that rank of M is 1. Then M is

(a.) Diagonalizable and nonsingular

(b.)Diagonalizable and nilpotent

(c.) Neither diagonalizable nor nilpotent

(d.)Either diagonalizable or nilpotent but

not both

If M is a 7 x 5 matrix of rank 3 and N is a

5 x 7 matrix of rank 5, then rank (MN) is

(a.)O

(b.) Jri

(c.) 2;ri

(d.)4;ri

The

number

of zeroes,

counting

multiplicities,

of

the

polynomial

5

3

2

z + 3z + z + 1 inside the circle lzl = 2 is

w

w

37.

is

36.

1 and! respectively. Then J(l-i) equals

xa

.e

35.

(a.) 1

(b.)2

(c.) 3

(d.)4

Let P be a n x n matrix with integral

1

entries and Q = P +-I, where I denotes

2

the n x n identity matrix. Then Q is

(a.)-1

(b.)O

(c.) 1

(d.)2

T ( P) = QP . Then the rank ofT is

2 2

ce

1

1

f(z)=-- - -- valid in the regwn

z-1 z-2

ra

34.

-::f::-

(d.)!!_

6

In the

.c

39.

13 -5sin()

1r

v = a1v1 +a 2 v2 +a3 v3

d()

2J!"

(a.)-6

33.

om

X1X 2

(a.) 5

b. 3

42.

(a.)O

(b.)2

(c.)3

(d.)5

Let

analytic functions

on

lzl < 1 .

Then it

44.

{gn} is

(c.) {gn} is not

{in}

(d.)Both {in}

lzl < 1

is one to one

If

i(x,y) =

(X, y) = ( 0, 0 )'

0,

48.

{in}

.e

{in}

50.

and

{gn}

in : [0,1] ----+ R

where

{cos (X -no)

The

Let

I 2 If

of

i: R

all continuous

satisfying

of

and

51.

X E [ n - 1, n + 1]

otherwise

function

----+ R 3

be

defined

by

is

(b.)Invertible only at the origin

(c.) Invertible everywhere except at the

ongm

(d.)Invertible everywhere

Let y=lp(x) and y=lf/(x) be solutions

of

lZ"

set

in (X) = Xn and

is not

(a.) Is empty

(b.)Contains a single element

(c.) Is count ably infinite

(d.)Is un count ably infinite

converges

w

w

w

on [ 0,1]

Then

i :[0, 1] ----+ R

xa

49.

g n(X) =

Otherwise

(c.) In L 1, but not almost everywhere

(d.) Neither almost everywhere nor in L 1

functions

1

If x=-,nEN

be

and

.c

(a.)Both

L1

47.

1

If x=-,nEN

g(x)~t

{

and g : [ 0, 1] ----+ R

is

X,

are uniformly

ra

00

in ( x) =

i :[0, 1] ----+ R

ce

1

I----;-,

o- ::::; x < oo .

n

(b.) Continuous but not differentiable

(c.) Differentiable but not continuously

differentiable

(d.) Continuously differentiable

46.

{gn}

and

Otherwise

n~l

g(x)

Let

f(x)~{Z

any straight line

(d.) i is differentiable

Let o- > 1 and g ( x) =

(o,o)

(a.) fx, iY do not exist

(b.) fx,iY exist and are equal

Then

is uniformly

convergent

x3 I ( x2 + y2)' (X, y) ;t ( 0, 0)

then at

45.

{gn}

(b.) i is conformal on

i

(d.) i

nor

convergent

follows that

(a.) f' = 0

(c.)

{in}

(a.)Neither

om

43.

lfJ( 0) = 1,

lp' (0) = 1

and

such

that

If/( 0) = 1,

lf/'(0)=2.

Then

the

value

of

the

55.

(a.) 0

(b.) 1

(c.) e

52.

IS

(a.)r 2 -r=O

(b.) r 2 +r = 0

y"+Ay=O,

(c.)r 2 =0

y'(O)=o,y'(~J=o is given

(d.)r 2 -1=0

56.

by

(a.) A=2n, n=1,2,3 ...

.c

y=4x+ y

is given by

n=1,2,3, ... .

c1e31- c 2 e-31

If Y(p) is the Laplace transform of y(t),

which is the solution of the initial value

0 < t < 2;r

t > 2;r

(a.) (

31

-31

2c1e + c2 e

ra

d y

( ) { 0,

-+

y t =

2

dt

sint,

problem

ce

(c.) A=4n

x=-x+2y

53.

om

(d.) e

m+3

The identical equation for:

e-27rp

xa

equals

57.

GxH and HxG are isomorphic

(a.)For any G and any H

(b.)Only if one of them is cyclic

(c.) Only if one of them is abelian

(d.) Only if G and H are isomorphic

58.

59.

cyclic

(b.)H is not isomorphic to K since 2

divides 6 and g.c.d. (3,4) =1

(c.) H is not isomorphic to K since K is

cyclic whereas H is no

(d.)H is not isomorphic to K since there is

no homomorphism from H to K

Suppose G denote the multiplicative group

w

w

.e

(c.)-2 +(

)

1+ p

1+ p 2

00

If

y = I amxm

IS

y"+xy'+3y = 0, then

54.

a

_m_

solution

of

equals

am+2

(m+1)(m+2)

(a.) -'-------'---'----'m+3

(b.)

(c.)

(m+1)(m+2)

m+3

m(m-1)

m+3

on S by complex multiplication. Then the

cardinality of the orbit of i is

(a.) 1

IS

65.

(a.) 1

(b.)4

(c.) 5

(d.)6

f

(b.) f

(c.) f

(d.) f

(a.)

Lets~{(~ ~Ja,b,c,ER}

be the ring

~ ~} p

Consider

c[ x

],

R} is

66.

[o,I]

llxll = l xl oo + llx 'I leo

Let

=C

(a.)T and

for

any

i ,. . J

(a.) T is bounded but not one to one

for

with

(where

the

x'

norm

IS

the

r- 1

are continuous

r- 1 is not

(d.)Neither T nor r- 1 is continuous

(c.)

67.

defined by

(x,y)= (x(t)y(t)dt

Let Y be the set of all odd functions in X.

Then

(a.) Y _l is the set of all even functions in

X

(b.) Y _l is the set of odd functions in X

.e

w

w

ideals are principal

(b.) S is an Euclidean domain since Z is an

Euclidean domain

(c.) Sis not an Euclidean domain since Sis

not even an integral domain

(d.) S is not an Euclidean domain since it

has non-principal ideals

Let X be the space of bounded real

sequences with sup norm Define a linear

operator T : X ----+ X by

xa

polynomials. Then

(a.) Sis neither an ideal nor a sub ring ofT

(b.) S is an ideal, but not a sub ring ofT

(c.) S is a sub ring but not an ideal ofT

(d.) S is both a sub ring and an ideal ofT

Which of the following statements is true

about S = Z [ x] ?

T ( x) = ( { ,

continuous

into Y, then

polynomials is x , as a subset of

T = C [ x], the ring of all complex

64.

not

IS

oo

complex

63.

ra

62.

p,l:s;p:s;oo

(b.) An ideal but not a prime ideal of S

(c.) Is a prime ideal but not a maximal

ideal of S

(d.) Is a maximal ideal of S

5

ce

om

61.

(c.)T is bounded and its inverse (from

range ofT) exists but is not bounded

(d.)T is bounded and its inverse (from

range ofT( exists and is bounded

Let X be the space of real sequences

having finitely many non-zero terms such

.c

60.

(b.)2

(c.) 5

(d.) Infinite

The number of 5-Sylow subgroups of Z2o

(c.) Y _l=(O)

(d.) Y _l is the set of all constant functions

in X

68.

llxll =

I lxJ, for x

= (

x;) EX.

on X by

Then

(a.) Tn

sufficiently large n

au

at-

n--+oo

(b.) If

by solving x 2 -a=O by the NewtonRaphson method, if xn denotes the nth

J;;,

(c.) If

then the

is

74.

a u =c -a u ,XER,t>O

2

ce

at 2

ax 2

conditions

.

is discontinuous

differential equation

xa

not continuous

(c.) n ( x, t), ux ( x, t)

.e

initial values prescribed on a noncharacteristic curve are given by

(a.)x=y

2

w

w

(b.)x +y =2

75.

F and the couple G, which have no

components along k, then F equals

2

a u +.!_au+_.!__ a u = 0

ar 2 r ar r 2 ae 2

In the unit disk with boundary conditions

u (1, e)= 2cos 2 () is given by

2t + 4]

(b.) 2t- 4]

(c.) 4t + 2]

(d.) 4t- 2]

(a.)

(a.) 1+ r 2 cos()

(b.) 1+ ln r + r cos 2()

73.

(d.) 1- r 2 + 2r 2 cos 2 ()

For the heat equation

F; =at +b) -3k at the point (1,2,-1) and

F2 = i +a)+ bk at the point ( -1, 0,1) . If

(c.) 2r 3 cos 2 ()

(c.)x+y=2

Elsewhere

(2x+u)ux+(2y+u)uY =u,

72.

and

0,

xy + y 2

o::::;x::::;c

initial

(c.) Yn = xnxn-l

JrX

with

ra

(b.) Yn = 2xn

(d.) x 2

smu ( x, 0) =

c '

(a.) Yn =X~

u0 ( x) is discontinuous at a point, so

u ( x, t) for any given t

(b.) Strictly increasing

(c.) Constant

(d.)Not convergent

In solving the ordinary differential

equation y' = 2x, y ( 0) = 0 using Euler's

method, the iterates Yn,n EN satisfY

71.

70.

with

om

-::F

u0 ( x)

.c

x0 > 0, x0

Rx[O,T],

n--+oo

iterate with

on

U(X, 0) = U0 (X), U0 E L2 ( R)

not compact

(d.) Tn is compact for all n and so is lim Tn

69.

a2 u

ax 2

76.

constant angular velocity co about a

vertical axis RO (0 is the origin and R is

above 0), marking a constant angle a with

to move on the wire. If the mass of the

wire is negligible, distance OR is h and RP

is r(t) at any timet, then the Lagrangian of

the motion is

g ( h - r cos a)

(c.)

+ gr cos a

the

is degenerate

and

g(X)

(,u, o- 2 ) distribution,

where !J. is

n

;~o

;~o

IS

83.

continuous

(b.)Complete but not sufficient

(c.) Sufficient but not complete

(d.)Neither sufficient nor complete

If X and Y are random variable with

O<var(X),var(Y)<oo, consider the

(I)var(E(Y I X))= var(Y)

function defined by

statements:

f(x)=

between X and Y is 1 . Then

(a.)(I) implies (II) and (II) implies (I)

(b.)(I) implies (II) but (II) does not imply

(I)

(c.) (II) implies (I) but (I) does not imply

(II)

(d.)Neither does (I) imply (II) nor does (II)

imply (I)

If the random variable X has a Poisson

distribution with parameter 'A and the

parametric space has three elements 3,4

and k, then to test the null hypothesis

sH0 =A= 3vs. the alternative hypothesis

(x-1)(x-2)

w

w

(x-3)(x-4)

f has a continuous extension is

(a.) ( -oo, 3)

(b.) (-oo,3)u(4,oo)

(c.) R\(3,4)

80.

g(X)

ce

S

xa

be

or

f :[0,1] ----+ R

is degenerate

from a N

.e

Let

g(X)

degenerate

V respectively. Then

(a.) m =n = 1

(b.) m =n :;t 1

(c.) m = 2n,m,n finite

79.

and

f(X)

f(X)

(d.)X,

82.

(d.) m > 2n

f(X)

(c.)Either

ra

R ----+ R are measurable functions such that

f (X) and g (X) are independent, then

(b.)Both

U = {X ER: -1::::; X::::; 1, X :;t 0} is

V = {x

for every v in V

(a.) X is degenerate

r sin a)- gh

Suppose

f(v) :;t 0

(d.) f can assume any real value on V

81.

(b.) Hausdorff but not first countable

(c.) First countable but not Hausdorff

(d.)Both Hausdorff and first countable

78.

(b.)

(c.)

(d.) ~(r +

77.

for every v in V

om

.!_ r 2 -

f(v) = 0

.c

(a.)

(a.)

(d.)R

Suppose

U = ( 0, 1 I 2), V = ( -1 I 2, 0) x ( -1 I 2, 0) and

2

origin of R . Let f be a real valued

continuous function on D such that

f (U) = 0. Then it follows that

84.

at any level a

E ( 0, 1)

(c.)3

SIZe

85.

-::F

3, 4

(c.) If and only ifk < 3

(d.)If and only ifk > 3

Suppose the random variable X has a

uniform distribution P0 in the interval

[e - 1, e + 1]'

where

e E z . If

88.

1r

1r

a random

distribution, then P0 almost surely for all

eE Z ,

(MLE) fore

y2

xa

ce

y ( x) =A I~ ( 6x- t) y (t) dt

.e

w

w

(a.) (3A-1)(2+A)-A =0

(b.) (3A-1)(2+A)+2 = 0

2

X1

(d.)(3A-1)(2+A)+A =0

90.

v[y(x)J =

I~'(xy'+ y'2)dx

curves:

(a.) y=c1 +c 2 x+( : )

(b.)y=1+c1x+c 2 (

Maximize x1 ,

Subject

roots of the equation

hypothesis of independence is to be

rejected if and only if

(a.) d > 1

(b.)d > 3

(c.)d>5

(d.)d > 9

Consider

the

Linear

Programming

Problem (LPP):

:)

to:

5x1 - x2

::::;

x1 -3x2

::::;

3, x1 ,x2 2 0.

(a.)5

(b.)2

equation

ra

x2

89.

X]

87.

(d.)No solution for A= -;r

between two attributes X andY is carried

out at 2.5% level of significance on the

following 2 x 2 contingency table showing

frequencies

X

has

(a.) Unique solution for A= 1 I 1r

(b.) Unique solution for A= -1/ 1r

.c

(b.)Exists but may or not be unique

(c.) Exists but cannot be unique

(d.) Does not exist

86.

(d.) .!2

3

Given that the eigenvalues of the integral

equation

1

and

y(x)=li:"cos(x+t)y(t)dtare

om

(c.) Y =

C1

+ x + C2 (

(d.) y =

C1

+c1

x-(:)

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