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Mathematics

Code-

ANSWERS & HINTS

for

WBJEE - 2013

SUB : MATHEMATICS

0 (0,0)

(C)

R (12,5)

mOQ =

12

5

, mOR =

5

12

5

5

(B)

(C) 5

(D) 10

2

2

Ans : (C)

Hints : Circle passes through (0,0)

so, x2+y2+2gx+2fy = 0

(2,6) & (6,2) lies on it so, 22+62+4g+12f = 0 (1)

22+62+12g+4f = 0 (2)

From (1) & (2),

g = f = 5/2

Eqn. of circle is x2+y25x5y=0

For y = 0, x(x5)=0 x=0, x=5

OP = 5

The locus of the midpoints of the chords of an ellpse x2+4y2 = 4 that are drawn form the positive end of the minor axis,

is

yw

(A)

3.

(D)

A circle passing through (0,0), (2,6), (6,2) cuts the x axis a the point P (0,0). Then the length of OP, where O is

origin, is

bu

2.

(B)

om

6

Ans : (B)

Hints : Q (5,12)

(A)

t.c

1.

CATEGORY - I

Q. 1 Q. 60 carry one mark each, for which only one option is correct. Any wrong answer will lead to

deduction of 1/3 mark

A point P lies on the circle x2 + y2 = 169. If Q = (5,12) and R = (12,5), then the a gle QPR is

(A)

1

a circle with centre ,0 and radius 1

2

(B)

1

a parabola with focus ,0 and directrix x = 1

2

(C)

1

1

an ellipse with centre 0, , major axis 1 and minor axis

2

2

(D)

1

1

a hyperbola with centre 0, , transverse axis 1 and conjugate axis

2

Mathematics

Hints : Positive end of minor axis (0,1) but mid-pt be (h,k) x=2h, y=2k1 lies on ellipse

(0,1)

2

k

h 2

2

=1

4h2 + 4(2k1)2 = 4 1 +

1

4

(X,y)

1

), major axis 2, minor axis 1

2

A point moves so that the sum of squares of its distances from the points (1,2) and (2,1) is always 6. Then its locus

is

(A) the straight line y

3

1

= 3 x +

2

2

1

1 3

(B) a circle with centre , and radius

2

2

2

om

4.

(H,k)

(C) a parabola with focus (1,2) and directix pssing through (2,1)

an ellipse with foci (1,2) and (2,1)

Ans : (B)

Hints : Let (h,k) be co-ordinates of the point

h2+k2+h 3k + 2 = 0

bu

t.c

(D)

For the variable t, the locus of the points of intersection of lines x2y = t and x+2y=

(A)

(B)

5.

yw

1 3

Circle with centre , 2 radius =

2

2

2

,0

(C) the ellipse with centre at the origin and one focus

5

5

(D) the hyperbola with centre at the origin and one focus 2 ,0

Ans : (D)

Hints : (x2y) (x+2y) = 1 x2 - 4y2 = 1

x2 y2

=1

1

1

4

1

is

t

a = 1, b =

6.

cos 4

Let P =

sin

4

(A)

Mathematics

5

1

5

e=

focus 2 ,0

2

2

sin

4

and X =

cos

4

0

1

(B)

2

1 . Then P3X is equal to

2

1

(C)

1

0

(D)

Ans : (C)

2

1

t.c

P3 =

2

1

om

0 1

Hints : P2 = 1 0

The number of solutions of the equation x+y+z = 10 in positive integers x,y,z is equal to

(A) 36

(B) 55

Ans : (A)

8.

101

(C) 72

(D)

C31 = 9C = 36

2

For 0 P,Q

P + Q

is equal to

2

2

(A) 1

(B)

1

2

(C)

1

2

(D)

Ans : (A)

Hints : P = 2 , Q = 0

9.

45

Hints :

yw

7.

bu

1

P3 X =

0

If and are the roots of x2 x+1 = 0, then the value of 2013 + 2013 is equal to

(A) 2

(B) 2

Ans : (B)

Hints : = , 2

2013 2x2013 = (3)671 (3)2x671 = 2

(C) 1

(D) 1

3

2

2

1

Mathematics

+1

x 2013

1

e x x 2 + cos x e x dx

1

is equal to

(B) 1e1

(A) 0

(C) 2 e1

(D)

2 (1 e

Ans : (D)

Hints : e

x 2013

(x

I=

+ cos x

isodd

dx = 2 e x dx = 2 1 e1

0

g(x) = 3100 x+1.

Then the set of real numbers x such that f(g(x)) = x is

empty

(B)

a singleton

(D) infinite

Ans : (B)

bu

t.c

(A)

om

11. Let

(1 + 2 )

100

f (g(x)) = x x =

6100 1

(A) is equal to 0

Ans : (A)

yw

(B) is equal to 1

(D)

(D)

2IP

lim

x 0

xsin(e1/x)=

lim

x 0

1 0 0

0 1 0

13. Let I =

and P =

0 0 1

(A) P

x = 0,

1 0 0

0 0 2

(B) IP

(C)

2I+P

Ans : (C)

Hints :

P3+2P2=P+2I

14.

Mathematics

If , are the roots of the quadratic equation x2+ax+b=0, (b0); then the quadratic equation whose roots are

1

1

,

is

(C) x2+ax+b = 0

(D)

abx2+bx+a = 0

(D)

1/999

(D)

(1+a2+b2)3

Ans : (B)

Hints : + = a, = b

1

1

= , =

+=

a ( b 1)

(b 1)

Equation is x2(+) x + = 0

om

1

1

1

1

+

+

+ ...... +

is equal to

15. The value of 1000

999x1000

1x2 2x3 3x4

(A) 1000

(B) 999

(C) 1001

t.c

Ans : (B)

bu

1 1 1

1

1

Hints : 1000 1 2 + 2 3 + 999 1000

= 1000 1

1000

yw

= 999

2b

1 + a 2 b2

2ab

2ab

1 a2 + b2

2a

2b

2a

1 a2 b 2

is equal to

(A) 0

(B) (1+a2+b2)

Ans : (D)

Hints : (1+a2+b2)3

C1 C1 bC3, C2 aC3 + C2

1 + a 2 + b2

2

2

b 1 + a + b

1 + a2 + b2

a 1 + a2 + b2

2b

1 0

0 1

2a

= (1+a2+b2)2

2

2

b a 1 a b

= (1+a2+b2)3

2

2

1 a b

2b

2a

(C)

(1+a2+b2)2

Mathematics

17. If the distance between the foci of an ellipse is equal to the length of the latus rectum, then its eccentricity is

(A)

1

4

5 1

1

2

(B)

5 +1

(C)

1

2

5 1

(D)

1

4

(D)

2n 3

3n 2

(D)

2 f()

5 +1

Ans : (C)

Hints : 2ae =

e=

2b2

a

b2

= 1 e2

a2

e2 + e1 = 0

5 1

2

e=

18.

For the curve x2+4xy+8y2=64 the tangents are parallel to the x-axis only at the points

(8

2, 2 2 and 8 2,2 2

The value of I =

0

1

n

n+2

2n + 1

(B)

Ans : (A)

/ 4

Hints : I =

tann +1 x.dx +

/2

2 0

I=

/4

20.

2n 1

n

x

tann 1 dx

2

/4

(C)

(A)

12

tann +1 x dx + tann 1 ( x / 2 ) dx is equal to

20

yw

19.

t.c

Ans : (B)

Hints : x2+4xy+8y2 = 64

2x+4xy+4y+16yy=0

(4x+16y)y = (2x+4y)

2x + 4y = 0

bu

(C)

om

(B) (8,4) and (8,4)

( tan

0

n+1

x

=y

2

x + tann1 x dx

tann 1 x.sec 2 x dx =

tann x

n

/4

0

1

n

(A) f() >

9

4

(C) f()>

11

4

9

4

Mathematics

Ans : (D)

Hints : f() = (1+sin2) (2sin2)

f()=(1+sin2)(1+cos2)

=2+sin2cos2

=2+

1 2

sin

4

2f()

9

4

x3 3x + 2,

x<2

21. Let f(x) = 3

2

x 6x + 9x + 2, x 2

Then

(A)

x 2

om

Ans : (C)

Hints : xlim

f(x) = 4

2+

lim f(x) = 4

x 2

t.c

3x 2 3, x < 2

f(x) = 2

3x 12x + 9, x 2

bu

so L.H.D at x = 2 is 9, R.H.D at x = 2 is 3

22. The limit of

(1)

n =1

proaches

Ans : (C)

xn as x

yw

1000

Hints : xlim

((x)

lim ( x ).

1000

x 1

23. If f(x) = e (x 2) then

x

x

= xlim

x1001 x

= +

x+1

(B) f is increasing in ( ,0 ) and decreasing in ( 0, )

(C) f is increasing in ( 2, ) and decreasing in ( ,0 )

Ans : (A)

Hints : f(x) = ex [(x 2)2 + 2(x 2)]

= ex [x2 2x] = ex.x(x 2)

+

+

sign scheme of f(x) will be

2

0

so f is increasing in (, 0) and (2, ) and decreasing in (0, 2)

and

ap-

Mathematics

24. Let f : be such that f is injective and f(x)f(y) = f(x +y) for all x, y . If f(x), f(y), f(z) are in G.P., then x, y,

z are in

(A) A.P. always

(B) G.P. always

(C) A.P. depending on the values of x, y, z

(D) G.P. depending on the values of x, y, z

Ans : (A)

Hints : f (x + y) = f(x).f(y), so f(x) = akx

akx, aky, akz are in G.P

a2ky = ak(x + z)

2y = x + z, so x, y, z are in A.P

25. The number of solutions of the equation

x +1

1

2

log 3

+ log9 (x + 5) = 1 is

2

x

5

+

(B) 1

(A) 0

Ans : (B)

(C) 2

infinite

om

x +1

+ log3 (x + 5) = 1

Hints : log3

x +5

(D)

bu

t.c

26. The area of the region bounded by the parabola y = x2 4x + 5 and the straight line y = x + 1 is

(A) 1/2

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 9/2

Ans : (D)

2

y 1 = (x 2) 1

x+

y=

Hints :

Required Area =

yw

((x + 1) (x

1

4x + 5) dx

9

sq.unit

2

e

1

x + 1

loge x + x dx is

Ans : (C)

(B) e2 e

1

x

Hints : e loge x + 1+ x dx =

2

e x .dx + e x loge x + dx

x

1

1

x

= (e2 e1) + e loge x

1

= e2 e + e2loge2

= e2(1 + loge2) e

Mathematics

1

1

+ ........

28. Let P = 1+ 2 2 +

3 22

and Q =

1

1

1

+

+

+ ........

1 2 3 4 5 6

Then

(A) P = Q

Ans : (C)

(B) 2P = Q

2

(C) P = 2Q

(D)

P = 4Q

1 1

Hints : P = 1 + 2 + 2 + .........to

2 2

2

3

1

= loge 1

so P = 2 loge 2

2

1 1 1 1 1 1

Q = + + + ........to

1 2 3 4 5 6

P = 2Q

(C) minimum at x =

(B) maximum at x =

t.c

(A) minimum at x =

3

x

. Then f attains its

4

4

1 1

(D) maximum at x = sin

4

bu

om

= loge(1 + 1) = loge2

Ans : (C)

Hints : f(x) = sinx + 2cos2x

yw

= 2sin2x + sinx + 2

= 2 (sin2x sinx) + 2

2

1

1

= 2 sin x + 2 +

4

8

17

1

8

4

4

30. Each of a and b can take values 1 or 2 with equal probability. The probability that the equation ax2 + bx + 1 = 0 has

real roots, is equal to

1

2

Ans : (B)

(A)

(B)

1

4

So a has to be 1 and b has to be 2

so probability is =

1 1 1

=

2 2 4

(C)

1

8

(D)

1

16

Mathematics

1

3

of getting heads and the other one is biased with probability

2

4

of getting heads. A coin is selected at random and tossed. It shows heads up. Then the probability that the unbiased

coin was selected is

(A)

2

3

(B)

3

5

(C)

1

2

(D)

2

5

Ans : (D)

Hints : H Event of head showing up

B Event of biased coin chosen

UB Event of unbiased coin chosen

H

P(UB).P

UB

UB

P

=

H P(UB).P H + P(B).P H

UB

B

om

1 1

2

2 2

=

1 1 1 3 5

+

2 2 2 4

x2 y2

+

=1

4

9

(B)

x2 y2

=1

4

9

bu

t.c

32. For the variable t, the locus of the point of intersection of the line 3tx 2y + 6t =0 and 3x + 2ty 6 = 0 is

(D)

the ellipse

x2 y2

+

=1

9

4

the hyperbola

x2 y2

=1

9

4

(1+ t )

,y=

6t

(1+ t 2 )

x=

2(1 t 2 )

yw

Ans : (A)

Hints : The point of intersection of 3tx 2y + 6t = 0 and 3x + 2ty 6 = 0 is

so locus of point of intersection is the ellipse

x2 y2

+ =1

4 9

33. Cards are drawn one-by-one without replacement from a well shuffled pack of 52 cards. Then the probability that a

face card (Jack, Queen or King) will appear for the first time on the third turn is equal to

300

36

12

4

(B)

(C)

(D)

2197

85

85

51

Ans : (C)

Hints : P (face card on third turn) = P (no face card in first turn) P (no face card in 2nd turn) P (face card in 3rd

turn)

40 39 12 12

=

=

52 51 50 85

(A)

Mathematics

34. Lines x + y = 1 and 3y = x + 3 intersect the ellipse x2 + 9y2 = 9 at the points P,Q,R. The are of the triangle PQR is

36

5

Ans : (B)

18

5

(B)

(A)

(C)

9

5

P (0, 1)

0 3

1

1

2

R ( 9 , 4 ) Area of PQR =

1

5

5

x+y=1

Hints : 3y = x + 3 (3, 0)

1

5

(D)

0

1

9

5

4 / 5

1

18

sq. units

5

35. The number of onto functions from the set {1, 2, ..........., 11} to set {1, 2, .... 10} is

=

5 11

10

(B)

(C)

Ans : (D)

Hints : No. of onto function =

11

C10 10 10

(B) approaches

= xlim

0

1

x2

yw

1 (2013)x

1

lim

x

Hints : x 0 2 + x

e 1 e 1

x

10 11

bu

(A) approaches +

Ans : (A)

(D)

t.c

= 10 11

1 (2013)x

1

x

as x 0

36. The limit of 2 + x

e 1 e 1

x

11

2

om

(A)

(2013) x 1

x

x

x0

x

e 1

+ lim

= + loge (2013)

= +

37. Let z1 = 2 + 3i and z2 = 3 + 4i be two points on the complex plane. Then the set of complex numbers z satisfying

|z z1|2 + |z z2|2 = |z1 z2|2 represents

(A) a straight line

(B) a point

(C) a circle

(D) a pair of straight lines

Ans : (C)

Z

Hints :

Z (3, 4)

2

Clearly the locus of Z is a circle with Z1 & Z2 as end point

Z

(2,13)

of diameter.

38. Let p(x) be a quadratic polynomial with constant term 1. Suppose p(x) when divided by x 1 leaves remainder 2 and

when divided by x + 1 leaves remainder 4. Then the sum of the roots of p(x) = 0 is

(A) 1

(B) 1

(C)

1

2

(D)

1

2

Mathematics

Ans : (D)

Hints : P(x) = ax2 + bx + 1

P(1) = a + b + 1 = 2

P(1) = a b + 1 = 4

so b = 1, a = 2

b

1

=

a

2

39. Eleven apples are distributed among a girl and a boy. Then which one of the following statements is true ?

sum of roots of P(x) is

(B) The girl receives at least 4 apples or the boy receives at least 9 apples

(C) The girl receives at least 5 apples or the boy receives at least 8 apples

(D) The girl receives at least 4 apples or the boy receives at least 8 apples

Ans : ()

Hints :

(A) 11/2

om

40. Five numbers are in H.P. The middle term is 1 and the ratio of the second and the fourth terms is 2:1. Then the sum

of the first three terms is

(B) 5

(C) 2

Ans : (A)

so

1 1

1 1

, , 1, ,

are A.P, b = 2C.

a b

c d

(D)

is equal to 1

(D)

1 and 1/2

bu

1 1

3

3

+ = 2 so b = , c = , a = 3.

b c

2

4

14/3

t.c

(D)

3

11

so, sum of the first three terms = 3 + + 1=

2

2

yw

1

1

41. The limit of x 1 + x 1 + x 2 as x 0

(C) is equal to 0

Ans : (A)

Hints : R.H.L. lim

x 0

lim

x 0

lim

x 0

(

(

1 + x x2 + 1

1 + x + x2 + 1

1+ x

x2 + 1

= lim

x 0

x

x

x

1 + x + x2 + 1

1 + x 1 x2

1 + x + 1 + x2

x(1 x)

1+ x + 1+ x

)

)

1

1 + x + x2 + 1

=

. L.H.L. = lim

x 0

2

x

R.H.L. L.H.L.

42. The maximum and minimum values of cos6 + sin6 are respectively

(A) 1 and 1/4

(B) 1 and 0

(C) 2 and 0

Ans : (A)

Hints : sin6 + cos6 = 1 3sin2.cos2

= 1

3

sin22

4

Mathematics

43. If a, b, c are in A.P., then the straight line ax + 2by + c = 0 will always pass through a fixed point whose co-ordinates

are

(A) (1, 1)

(B) (1, 1)

(C) (1, 2)

(D) (2, 1)

Ans : (A)

Hints : a(x + y) + c( y + 1) = 0

x = 1, y = 1

44. If one end of a diameter of the circle 3x2 + 3y2 9x + 6y + 5 = 0 is (1, 2) then the other end is

(A) (2, 1)

(B) (2, 4)

(C) (2, 4)

(D) (4, 2)

Ans : (C)

Hints : Center , 1

2

h +1 3

= h=2

2

2

k+2

= 1 k = 4

2

1/4

1 3 1

2 4 4

bu

= 1+

(D)

t.c

om

(A) 0

(B) 1

(C) 1/2

Ans : (C)

Hints : cos15 = sin75

cos275 + cos245 + cos215 cos230 cos260

= cos275 + sin275 + cos2 45 cos230 cos260

1

2

(A) an ellipse

Ans : (D)

(B) a circle

(x 1) + iy

Hints : x + i(y 1) = k

yw

z 1

46. Suppose z= x + iy where x and y are real numbers and i = 1 . The points (x, y) for which

is real, lie on

zi

(x 1) + iy x i(y 1)

=k

x + i(y 1) x i(y 1)

Imaginary part = 0 x + y = 1

47. The equation 2x2 + 5xy 12y2 = 0 represents a

(A) circle

(B) pair of non-perpendicular intersecting straight lines

(C) pair of perpendicular straight lines

(D) hyperbola

Ans : (B)

Hints : 2x2 + 5xy 12y2 = 0

(x + 4y) (2x 3y) = 0

(C)

a parabola

(D)

a straight line

Mathematics

5

3

(A)

(B)

x2 y2

9 25

is

(C)

5

9

(D)

25

9

Ans : ()

2

1

53

15

21

2

Hints : For y = x, x

=1 x =

=

4

9 25

4

5

15 2

15

=

, b=

4

2 2

2 2

e2 = 1

e=

1 8

=

9 9

om

a=

2 2

3

t.c

49. The equation of the circle passing through the point (1, 1) and the points of intersection of x2 + y2 6x 8 = 0 and x2

+ y2 6 = 0 is

yw

bu

(D) x2 + y2 4y 2 = 0

(A) x2 + y2 + 3x 5 = 0 (B) x2 + y2 4x + 2 = 0

(C) x2 + y2 + 6x 4 = 0

Ans : (A)

Hints : Circle passing through point of intersection of ircles is x2 + y2 6x 8 + (x2 + y2 6) = 0

It passes through (1, 1) so, = 3

Circle is x2 + y2 + 3x 5 = 0

50. Six positive numbers are in G.P., such that the r product is 1000. If the fourth term is 1, then the last term is

(A) 1000

(B) 100

(C) 1/100

(D) 1/1000

Ans : (C)

a a a

, , , ar, ar3, ar5

r5 r3 r

a6 = 1000 a2 = 10

Hints :

2

given ar = 1, a2r2 = 1, r =

1

10

1

100

51. In the set of all 33 real matrices a relation is defined as follows. A matrix A is related to a matrix B if and only if there

is a non-singular 33 matrix P such that B = P1AP. This relation is

(A) Reflexive, Symmetric but not Transitive

(B) Reflexive, Transitive but not Symmetric

(C) Symmetric, Transitive but not Reflexive

(D) an Equivalence relation

Ans : (D)

Hints : R = {(A, B) | B = P1 AP}

A = I1AI (A, A) R R is reflexive

Let (A, B) R , B = P1AP

PB = AP PBP1 = A A = (P1)1 B(P1)

ar5 =

Mathematics

(B, A) R, R is symmetric

Let (A, B) R, (B, C) R

A = P1BP and B = Q1CQ

A = P1Q1C QP = (QP)1 C(QP) (A, C) R

52. The number of lines which pass through the point (2, 3) and are at the distance 8 from the point (1, 2) is

(A) infinite

(B) 4

(C) 2

(D) 0

Ans : (D)

Hints : The maximum distance of the line passing through (2, 3) from (1, 2) is

53. If , are the roots of the quadratic equation ax2 + bx + c = 0 and 3b2 = 16ac then

(A) = 4 or = 4

(B) = 4 or = 4

(C) = 3 or = 3

Ans : (C)

Hints : 3b2 = 16ac

(D)

= 3 or = 3

c

b

3 = 16

a

a

3 ( + ) = 16 , 3 2 + 32 = 10

2

+ 3 = 10 , Let = y

om

1

or y = 3

3

3 = or = 3

54. For any two real numbers a and b, we define a R b if and only if sin2 a + cos2b = 1. The relation R is

(A) Reflexive but not Symmetric

(B) Symmetric but not transitive

(D) an Equivalence relation

(C) Transitive but not Reflexive

Ans : (D)

Hints : sin2a + cos2b = 1

Reflexive : sin2a + cos2a = 1

aRa

sin2a + cos2b = 1, 1 cos2a + 1 sin2b = 1

sin2b + cos2a = 1

bRa

Hence symmetric Let aRb bR

sin2a + cos2b = 1 ............. (1)

sin2b + cos2c = 1 ............... (2)

(1) + (2)

sin2a + cos2c = 1

Hence transitive therefore equivalence relation.

yw

bu

t.c

y=

55. Let n be a positive even integer. The ratio of the largest coefficient and the 2nd largest coefficient in the expansion of

(1 + x)n is 11:10. The the number of terms in the expansion of (1 + x)n is

(A) 20

Ans : (B)

Hints : Let n = 2m

2m

2m

Cm

11

=

Cm 1 10

m = 10, n = 20

Total No. of term = 21

(B) 21

(C) 10

(D)

11

Mathematics

1

56. Let exp(x) denote exponential function ex. If f(x) = exp x x , x > 0 then the minimum value of f in the interval [2, 5] is

(A)

1

exp e e

1

(B) exp 2 2

(C)

1

exp 5 5

(D)

1

exp 3 3

(D)

226 1

52

Ans : (C)

1/x

Hints : f(x) = ex

1

5

e5

2 > 5 minimum value of f(x) =

25

(A)

227 1

26 27

1

5

25

25

25

1

1

1

1

C0 +

C1 +

C2 + ......... +

C25

1 2

23

34

26 27

(B)

om

1

2

227 28

26 27

(C)

t.c

Ans : (B)

1 226 + 1

2 26 27

Hints : On integrate (1 + x)25 twice 1st under the limit 0 to x & then 0 to 1 we get sum =

227 28

26 27

Ans : (A)

(B)

yw

bu

58. Five numbers are in A.P. with common difference 0 If the 1st, 3rd and 4th terms are in G.P., then

a + 2d a + 3d

=

a

a + 2d

Given

a + 4d = 0

59. The minimum value of the function f(x) = 2|x 1| + |x 2| is

(A) 0

(B) 1

(C)

Ans : (B)

Hints : f(x) will be minimum at x = 1

(D)

P

P

3

3

2

(A) i

(B) i

(C) 1

(D) 1

Ans : (B)

Hints : P =

, Q=R=

2

4

3

P

P

cos isin + ( cosQ + isinQ ) (cosR isinR) + (cosP isinP)(cosQ isinQ)(cosR isinR)

3

3

Mathematics

= ei/2 + ei(QR) + ei(P+Q+R)

= ei /2 + e0 + ei

2

2

=i+110=i

CATEGORY - II

Q. 61 Q. 75 carry two marks each, for which only option is correct. Any wrong answer will lead to

deduction of 2/3 mark.

61. A line passing through the point of intersection of x + y = 4 and x y = 2 makes an angle tan1(3/4) with the x-axis. It

intersects the parabola y2 = 4(x3) at points (x1, y1) and (x2, y2) respectively. Then |x1x2| is equal to

16

9

Ans : (B)

Hints : A(3, 1)

y 1=

(B)

32

9

(C)

40

9

(D)

80

9

om

(A)

3

3

9

3

5

( x 3 ) y = x + 1 or, y = x ,y2 = 4 ( x 3 )

4

4

4

4

4

2

t.c

3x 5

4

9x 2 94x + 217 = 0

217

9

yw

x1x 2 =

94

9

bu

x1 + x 2 =

( x1 x2 )2 = ( x1 + x2 )2 4x1x2 =

94

( 94 )2 4.217.9

217

9

32

9

62. Let [a] denote the greatest integer which is less than or equal to a. Then the value of the integral

is

2

Ans : (D)

(A)

Hints :

(B)

I=

2 Sin2x dx

Put 2x = or,2dx = d

(C)

(D)

/ 2

Mathematics

1 1

1

Sin

d

1

dx

0dx

(

)

2 2

2

1

1

( )( x )0 + 0 = ( 0 + ) =

2

2

2

2 2 4

P = 1 3 4

If

then P5 equals

1 2 3

(B)

2P

2 2 4 2 2 4

P2 = 1 3 4 1 3 4

Hints :

1 2 3 1 2 3

(D)

2P

(D)

18

P2 = p ; p4= p; p5=p2=p

bu

2 2 4

1 3 4

=

1 2 3

(C) P

om

(A) P

Ans : (A)

t.c

63.

yw

2

64. If sin + 3cos = 2 , then cos3 + sec 3 is

(B) 4

(A) 1

Ans : (D)

(C) 9

C3 +

1

=3,

Hints : Cos2 3Cos + 1 = 0 or, Cos +

Cos

1

1

1

+ 3.C. C + = 27 or, Cos3 + sec 3 + 3.3 = 27

3

C

C

C

Cos3 + sec 3 = 18

65.

x = 1+

1

1

1

x2 x 4 x6

+

+

+ ........ and y = 1 +

+

+

+ ...... . Then the value of log y is

e

2 1 4 2 8 3

1

2

3

(A) e

Ans : (A)

(B) e2

1

Hints : y = e x2 ,x = e 2

ln y = x2 = e

(C) 1

(D)

1/e

Mathematics

12 + 22 12 + 22 + 32 12 + 22 + 32 + 42

+

+

.......... is

3

4

5

(B) 5e

(A) e

(C)

5e 1

6 2

(D)

5e

6

Ans : (C)

12 + 22 + 32 + ....... ( r + 1)

1 2r + 3 1 2

3

=

+ = 1 2e + 3 ( e 1) = 5 e 1

=

Hints :

6

6

r

6 r =1 r 1 r 6

r+2

2

r =1

2

( sin x x cos x ) dx

is equal to

x ( x + sin x )

(B)

+3

loge

2 2 + 3 3

Ans : (A)

f(x)>3

bu

yw

2 + 6

= ln

2 + 3 3

f(x) 1

Ans : (D)

1

1

1

+ +

Let f(x) = x

,x > 1 Then

x 1 x x + 1

(A)

1

1

1

+

+

Hints : f(x) = x

x

1

x

1

x

2

x + 1+ x 1

2x 2

+

1

+1

=

+1 =

= x

2

2

1

x 1

x 1

1 2

x

(C)

2 < f(x) 3

(D)

=

dx

x ( x + Sinx )

x x + Sinx

3

1

= ln 3 ln 6 ln 3 + 2 ln 6 + 2

68.

(D)

2 2 + 3 3

loge

+3

t.c

Hints : I =

(C)

2 + 3 3

loge

2 ( + 3)

om

(A)

2 ( + 3)

loge

2 + 3 3

x

cos t

(1 + t )

2

Mathematics

dt,0 x 2

. Then

3

3

2 2

2

2

(C)

(D)

3

F is increasing in 0, and ,2 and decreasing in ,

2

2

2 2

Ans : (D)

Hints : F ( x ) =

Cos x

1 + x2

om

3

Cos x > 0 x 0, ,2

2

2

3

Cos x < 0 x ,

2 2

93

5

(B)

(C)

bu

63

2

Ans : (D)

(A)

t.c

70. Let f(x) = x2/3, x 0. Then the area of the region enclosed by the c rve y = f(x) and the three lines y = x, x = 1 and

x = 8 is

(D)

129

10

yw

y=x

105

7

y=x

Hints :

x=1

2

8

1

A = x x 3 dx = x 2

2

2/3

x=8

( )

3 5/3

x

5

129

1

3

( 64 1) ( 32 1) =

2

5

10

71. Let P be a point on the parabola y2 = 4ax with focus F. Let Q denote the foot of the perpendicular from P onto the

directrix. Then

tan PQF

is

tan PFQ

(A) 1

Ans : (A)

Q(-a, 2a)

(B) 1/2

P(a, 2a)

Hints :

PQ = PF so =

F(q,0)

(C) 2

(D)

1/4

Mathematics

72. An objective type test paper has 5 questions. Out of these 5 questions, 3 questions have four options each (A, B, C,

D) with one option being the correct answer. The other 2 questions have two options each, namely True and False. A

candidate randomly ticks the options. Then the probability that he/she will tick the correct option in at least four

questions, is

5

3

(B)

32

128

Ans : (D)

Hints : n(S) = 43. 22, n(e) = (3C1 .3 + 2C1. 1) + 1

(A)

3

256

(C)

(D)

3

64

12

3

3.3 + 2 + 1

=

=

3 2

4.4.4.4 64

4 .2

73. A family of curves is such that the length intercepted on the y-axis between the origin and the tangent at a point is

three times the ordinate of the point of contact. The family of curves is

(A) xy = c, c is a constant

(B) xy2 = c, c is a constant

2

(C) x y = c, c is a constant

(D) x2y2 = c, c is a constant

Ans : (C)

P=

or,

dy

dy

= 3y or, x

= 2y

dx

dx

om

Hints : yx

dy

dx

= 2

(Integrate) or, ln y = 2 ln x + ln c or, ln y + ln x2 = ln

y

x

Ans : (A)

) dy

dx

t.c

2

74. The solution of the differential equation y + 2x

bu

dy

dx 2

dx y 2 + 2x

.x = y or, IF = e y = e

=

Hints :

or,

dy y

dy

y

ln y

(D)

y = x2(1 logex)

1

1

1

x. 2 = y. 2 dy + c

2 or,

y

y

y

x

= ln y + c y(1) = 1 or, 1 = 0 + c

y2

x = y2(ln y + 1)

yw

or,

or, y x2 = c

(A)

cos

Ans : ()

75. The solution of the differential equatio y sin (x/y) dx= (x sin(x/y)y) dy satisfying y ( / 4 ) =1 is

x

1

= loge y +

(B)

y

2

x

x

sin 1

dx y

y

=

x

Hints : dy

sin

y

or, + y

sin

Put

x

1

= loge y +

y

2

(C)

sin

x

1

= loge x

y

2

x

dx

d

= +y

= or, x = y . then,

dy

dy

y

1

d Sin 1

d Sin 1

dy

=

=

=

or, y

or, sin d =

y

dy

Sin

dy

Sin

Sin

or, ln y = cos c

or, ln y = cos

x

1

y

2

y = 1 c =

2

4

(D)

cos

x

1

= loge x

y

2

Mathematics

CATEGORY - 3

Q. 76 Q. 80 carry two marks each, for which one or more than one options may be correct. Marking of

correct options will lead to a maximum mark of two on pro rata basis. There will be no negative marking

for these questions. However, any marking of wrong option will lead to award of zero mark against the

respective question irrespective of the number of correct options marked

76. The area of the region enclosed between parabola y2 = x and the line y = mx is

(A) 2

Ans : (A, D)

(B)

1

m

(C) 1

( )

1 2

y

2

Hints : . A = y dy = 2m y

m

1/m

0

1

. Then the value of m is

48

(D) 2

1

m

0

( )

1 3

y

3

1

1

1

1

1

=

=

3

3 or,

48 2m

48 6m3

3m

m3 =

1

.48 = 1.8 = 8or,m = 2

6

om

(1)

1

m3 = .48 = 1.8 or,m = 2

6

77. Consider the system of equations:

x+y+z

=0

x + y + z

=0

2x + 2y + 2z

=0

Then the system of equations has

(A) A unique solution for all values , ,

(B) Infinite number of solutions if any two of , are equal

(C) A unique solution if , , are distinct

(D) More than one, but finite number of solutions depending on values of , ,

Ans : (B, C)

1

2 2

1

= ( )( )( )

2

Hints :

yw

bu

t.c

(2)

78. The equations of the circles which touch both the axes and the line 4x + 3y = 12 and have centres in the first quadrant,

are

(A) x2 + y2 x y + 1 =0

(B) x2 + y2 2x 2y + 1 =0

2

2

(C) x + y 12x 12y + 36=0

(D) x2 + y2 6x 6y + 36 =0

Ans : (B, C)

Hints :

4h + 3h 12

= h or, |7h12| = 5h

5

(i)

x2 + y2 12x 12y + 36=0

(ii) 7h 12 = 5h or, h = 1

(1, 1) or, r = 1

79. Which of the following real valued functions is/are not even functions?

(A)

f(x) = x3 sin x

(C) f(x) = exx3 sin x

(D) f(x) = x[x], where [x] denotes the greatest integer less than or equal to x

Mathematics

Ans : (C, D)

Hints : (A) f( x) = f(x) even

(C)

(B)

f( x) = f(x) even

(D)

80. Let sin , cos be the roots of the equation x2bx + c= 0. Then which of the following statements is/are correct?

1

2

Ans : (A, B)

(A)

(B)

(C)

b 2

c>

1

2

1

sin2

2

1

2

yw

bu

t.c

om

c=

b 2,

(D)

b> 2

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