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# IAS Prelims 2009

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## geneml equation of l1 quadr::nic cone \lith a

gJ I'CLl conditioo havc'l

a.

x 1 + yJ -Jax= O

c.

r +)

- 4a~= o

- Ji+k

h=

The ve.ctor

artd

sarisfi

perpend1culnr to a \\ll1at

- (i.._j)n

i)l l

## d. None of the abel\ e.

e. d

.s.

{6 (ii J)}}~{!ualto'!
(a,J) [t~- tl.l7J

## [(3t$<J)i -(t t.JW)J]+ [l::-{ 31-/iii)}i-{t +(11-liO)} i-JkJ ## b. l (3 12)i- (J/ 2) i]+ [ ( t/ 2)i + (J / 2)j - 3k] ## c [p t 4)i-- (1/ 4) l]+ ## [(5 14)1+(5 14)j - 3k] is" o be wntten us arallel to ii = 1 ' J ## the sum of a._,~- c. 2l(i ~ and .e d i- 2j.k e, c ti ## arm of n vector parallel to ii = 1i - j d :1 vector ortlwgonnl to ii is xa 4. li ={ -3j n k What is i orthogonal tO xb=h-c ~ a 3i-k the ## Lei i:i =i +2j e3k . c= j - k om ll'l.l' =: ( I cl ;:- 1 y: - ax= 0 e. a ## The position ' ettors ii. points A. R C. D respec .c (!i.a)[o,ci.J] ce y-' - X2 d (d..5Jft;.<l til e b b. 4 c. 5 d one of the abo,e e. b What IS the equat10n of a C} lmder \\ hose genor:llors are parallel Lo 01e O.'(is of z. and wllich pusses tluough the ci rete 11hose ccnti e IS \IL o. O) and radJus ::1 and lvme m the ~ -plane'' J_ (h ra 2. ## J)[ci .~:, ,7] ## d. (3i - j) t {~i' ~ 1.i-3k) 8. e b lf J (x + l) +t(r- l) =2f (x) and j{O)=V. then wh~t tS f(n) where ll eN ? a nf (t) b. [ f'( t)J c tl tl 11 e. a If f (.() = l / ( 1 -K). g (I') = /[J ( ~)J aod Whatistl.{n ## 1/( .~) = f[g ( ~)] . a. ## I ( x)~ (x)h( x) equnl to 'I a -1 then 1\'h:tl is www.examrace.com (l 15. c.. I d. 2 ## What is lhl: value of lim U -- t as a function of n. a. is incr(;.lsing b. is dc:cre3sing c a const:tnt d. doe.< not exist zH , ~If 'I a. I 3 b. ~ e. ' '1 <.:. c I I lf F(.rJ : 2 J{4rJ ## the x :~.otis. ~nd stands the inlerYening arc. tb In? I (cs) d b. cs 2F'(')}ur . tht:n X \~ 1~hJl ## is F'! 4)cqunlto 'l a. 32'9 b. li-t:; e. ce 17. ## Lct /(.t) = x f ~] ..r 0. c~ d. (j.IIQ d. tnl3 e. a l2 e. h lf A denotes the area between the cat-.nary anl xt nnd .1 ccnsh ( .r c). x om 16. d. c. uClni<l 1 1 (.r -J) tun a+ /sec:: a= l. o ,. c~ ! rr 2 2n+l I ;n l 11 the:: of e. a 10. e;x:c.entricit) "lltc .c h. where ## the lo llnwing dilfcr~ntinl represents the orlhogon:tl --vo.r~""""...-$ of the f:mtily of cur~e~ ,ory-~11

ra

c/y- y.;{y = lJ
xJy yd'l: ~ 0

xa

3.

.e

a. y siny = x: ln x
b. (} '

w
I0

c.

tO

e. c

1n X

' X

('

## \\llal is lhe ma.~imum l'aluc of I. for \\hich

(cos " + sin x) + 11-:os x 5in X) I. !> 7

2
7
.1 ) COS I'= :r

e. a

e. b

14.

c. ysin l ~ cosr = x - ( .? 2) Jc

13.

Y ll

=
c. xd~ d. xdr+ yi{t' =0
c. c
Wbat is i,he solution. of Ute dilfercntinl
. dt x(2 ln x 1)
?
..:q un bon - - =
J_, su1 y + ycos y

20.

## Consider thdo llo" ing stat~ments.

l. If A i an invertible square rnatri~. then
2. u A is au in~.:rtible squ.rc matri~ of
Which of the 3bov<! statement~ i< nre
currco:t'l
3 . I only
1>. 2 only
c. Both 1 and 2
d. Ncill:u::r !nor 2
e, c:
difierential
TI1e

## (y- 2x.J )cL't - .t( 1-

become~
) c{l' ~ 0
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## exact on muliiplic:orion with which on.: of

the following'!

c. In(~)-(.~)

a. x

b. x'

d. ln x + ( ~ = c

'
c. I (lc"l
d. l'x

' )' J

e. c
\\ h:lt i~ the general ~nlut inn of the
..:quation 6y"-r 5y '- Gy-.,- ~

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1

'

, c 3e- 1"

.r: 6) ( 5 ~6 )

1 (.r16)

, (S 36)

## d, v= Gje3' 1 +c,c lr l +(h 36)+( 1 6)

e. b
iR th e di!l'tlralltal cqu.etion
Wh.1t
corresponding to the 13m ily of curves
' whcu: 1.: s an arhtlr:~ry
y : k{x - kt.
constants?
3.

c/p
( -dx

)l

4.\y

2I -d~ )
1 .lx

,
8y - 0

1
2
o
l' ) - 4-w( tly )1 S:v
h. ( 'd.t
tlx

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ra

22.

y :"lcl"

c~e

.c

c.

ce

b. .1 - .:1e"

.;, b
The only .:uJVe lo r which sulmormal it of
Cl)n~f.:lnt length ~'
a. d rcle
b. dlips<:
c. hYJJCThOIJI
d parahola
e. d
Con~ ider tbc folio''

om

2 1,

## fo llowing perm utlllioos

1( )l 121[ ely ]

c. ( dy )J - x dy
1 dr
dx )
d. None of the :thovc

cJx

xa

e. h

or

tl
\Vhal is lh.: equation
tangent 3t an point (X. y
tan- 1 ( l.r1 Jy ) weth

c:u

.f

.e

23.

"

4 5
5 6
-l 5
3 6

1111

~)

;)
1
5 6

2 3 ~
6J
2 -l 3
\VIu.:b of Ute follnn ing i. are Cl>tre.:t'/

l' =l~;>

-I)

b.

p3sses through ( I 2)
3.

2~.

d1 v'
x - - = y?
c/:r: X

28.

a6

r1

2 . I' 1 : (J6
::.elect !be correc1 ans"er us mg th o code
givcm below:
a. I only
b. 2 on I~
c. Doth I and 2
J ~either I and 2
e b
l.t:l 'L denote the maltrplicative proup of
nun-2eru campi<:.'- numbers. Let G1 be the:
cyclic subgroup g<'ner;~ted by I t i nnJ 0 :
be the cyclic 1ubgroup genC11ltcd by
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## Which one of tlte lillowing slalcmcnt< i~

not correct?
a. Eve1y Jlltegral dnmn)n D hn'
ch~r3Cicristic w ro or a prime
b If R is a ri11g such that al a. lo r nil
a ':R.. tlu.:n a- b- 0 implic.:s a - b.
c. If R. is a ring in "hich xJ=x, f<1r all

## (I t)1..fi . \\<ltkh uno of tho fullowing iM

correc.t?
a. Both 0 1 and G, nrc mlin1Le g roups
b. G 1 is finite. hut G1 is infinite gmup
c. G: is finite. but G 1 is infinite group

, ,- !{_

statement~

34.

" :n <!

ce

b. 2 onl~

## l,;et R be :a linite ring lith unity

be !he l.:asl posit ive Integ,..ic.:-~....,.;
mn 0 tor all nr- R ~nd lot
positive inlc.:g~T s uch th n. - (
t7
one ofthc folio" ing is co
a. m and n may no xist
1 ..
b. m and n ex is
m
t_
c. m and n

,..1

.e

......

36.

d. m and n
e. d

## 111 o integral c.Jo mdllb. l et

,
and
. b)l,, .- R1.b o ll2 }

l <!t

32

## (ct.b .(<.d) : (ac.N/) Whidt onc of th u

a. ~
1 is also an intcgrnl domain. hut
not necessaril\ n field

## ~01 be: ~~~

b.

R1 R1 ncud

c.

R1 Rl is no t a ring

d. R1 R1 is a lidd
e. b

= {/E

j (

:md

## of the following is con-eel'/

a. NeitllE'I"" and v~ jq Sllbspacc or v
b. V 1 is a subs pace of V hut \11 ls not a
~ubspa.cc oi' V
c. V 1 i~ not o suhspnce of \ but \1 ~ is B

xa

3 1,

## ' = {f -: 1"1/ ( - .t) = n~Jl

e.

- 1,2.3 . .....
6.'et:~~' be the vc:ctor sra.:~: of all mnpJ'inj!S
le t
and
1!1.
to
IR'
n

ra

30.

## cnmmutal ivc rin g nf

.c

correct?
a. l only
c. Both I nnd 2
d. Nejthcr l and 2
e. a
Let G he a group and ld n,: G il O(n) - n
and k is <Ill\' integer. Then whidt on..: of
l.he follnwing is correct''
a. O(n' ) n only
h. O (ak) _ n
c. 0(a' ) c. n nnl)
c.J . O (nk) ~ n

cannot be a tic:ld .

llten R is

om

29.

## d. Rotll lrt and G2 are lin it.: SI'OUilS

e. c
Cons1der Ute follotnnu state ments:
I. Lc:i ( R.. ~. ) be a ring. IJ (R.. + ) is a
c~ dk group. then R i~ 1 commutative
ring.
2. U' an int.:gral d omaan is iniiOII.:. tlu.:n it

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subspace of V
tl. Bo th V 1 and V ~are subspaccs o l' \'
e. d
\\"!tat is the dimension of the s uh;;pace
generated by tlte vectors ( 2. 1.~.3).
(2. L20). (0_0.2.3) and (4.263) m

I =R* ?
a I
b. 2
c. 3
d. -1
e b
12 l -> ~ l be n hnc:ar mapl>ing
Let
defmed by ft:~.b.c) % (a_ J i b, 0) for all
(a.b.c ) .:i13 . \Vb.1l is the matrix of the

r:

## linear mapping with respect to st:mdard

ba.sis te, . c~.~}?
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g(Ti ~ ti)

II

:I

r:

()

,..
4I

(I

()

e. d
T ::l' ~
be
Let
whose
transl'orrnalion
with
e.pcet to
represen tation
I I
0 ()
wdercd

lusl~

is

I)

(I

b. I

~t!lndard

xa

c. 2
d. .3
b

nf

j~

.e

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2.

d. Neitht.:r I no r 2
4U.

b. I '2
c 2
d. e
e. h
\\'hich one of lllltl:jJI

~.

matrix

, Whnt

2
nul lity ot'T 'I

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## \\' b:Jt is lhe value of l101 __.....,.~

~

r: "]
\n

3&

c. g{f, - 1!)
d. :-:one of the abo""

(I

om

d.

[:

g(r1 - r~)

h.

ce

c.

,, + ':

0 II

b.

0Il l

.c

r:

ra

3.

;I

e. ...
A pnnicle is projected vcnicJIIy up from n
poin~ TI1c particle is seen tD Jl3&8 Lhrough
a point on the p11lh at times lt. ~ "hih.:
moving up and dow n rcspcclively. \\'hat is
the velocity of the pmjection'l

into an equivalent
..:.
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## tist I willl list ll and select tha

l!orrect :ttl~wer using tbe code ghe1 belrm
the lists:

~...latch

## l.isi I (Hjmise opetati(ln)

A. 10111 Al\0 I LIOI
B . 1000 1 OR 11001
C. 111010 I XOR J 10 I I
Lit 11 (Out po l)
J. 10110
2. 010111

3. Hllfll
..J. 1100 I
) . 000 10
Code:<i:
A

a.
b.

..J

_,'

1!.

d.
e.

..

..J

B
1
..J
..J
1

('

5
j

2
2
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## a. who:n all inp ut~ at.: :r.CI'!J

b. when all inp u t~ n:re 011c
c.. when :~ny Qlle inpu t is 7.ero
d . wh..:n any one input is one

## {;{; x is a positive rea l number! .

For any xo:G, let ..{;: denote U1o po~iti1 c
sq uare root of x. For any x. y Li. define

' f,:t

## of l" o slal<.m<.:niJ;, one labelled as..Lh-..,..,,.....,,._

(A) ' nod the vther as Reason
and sdcd
examine these two statement~ ca
111,1 the g11'en cud~-s.

I"J' ,frY
\sserlinn (i\) ; i;; a commutnth hinal)
OJ>"ration un G and if x :V \ z lor an)
x. y. 7 G.then .Y - z.
Reason (R); (G. ) IS a group.
a. Both A and R arc .indivu.lualJ} tlllc and
R ~ Ute correct expl3n3hoo of A
b. Both A and Rare indi\'idually true but
R j, nollhc corred cxplan.ttion u l A
c A is trve hut R is false
d. A is false but R is true

.e

here

D,). 3 1

and

DJ

## q(x) p(X ' >

r a. p. yare IJJe roots of

t,

9.
o t (R): If o i., a 1oot of p(x) 0. tlu:n
ot of q(x) 0
s

- f

d.
e.

## th A .md R nn: indivulu:oll) true anJ

R is the correct explanation of A
Both .\ :tnd R arc individually true but
R i not the com:ct c::xplanat ion of' A
A i~ LTu.: but R is false
A is f3l~e but R is true
d

l'

Let(~ ~

xa

" b

IS J 7ef0,

c.

ra

47.

b.

cl'

ce

c. A3SB
d. !\35('

4K

~ulutinn

-"f

of th~

b. A35A

## Dir ectio n~:

The

~el.r - xe11'.
Rt>ason (!l) : 1lle particu la1 integr81 nf
ltD))- e"' is x[f'(all Je"' when f(a) 0.
3 . Both . \and R are individuaU} (me .md
I~ is the cun'I!Ci ~pt.1naiton of A
b Both .-\ and R ~re indi\;dual true but
f i\
R is nut the corr"'"t <..:xpla.n
c. .-\ is true but R IS f11lse
d.. i\ is false but R is tnu:
b
' = c1 e~

50.
CijUI\ ~lent

(A)

- - :!r =e ,.
-d -2v - 3-"''
d\ .
d

m~lrical

b. !'llagnetio
c. Magnt!lo-optical
d. Ophe;ol
e. b
de<: im~ I num lx:r ~ 18 L9'!
a. 05JA

As$<rtipu 2 e. a Which o ne of the following i>nli>..:rtics is used 10 ~>lnrc: a binary digit in a hurd dask'/ 3, 46. 49. om 45. ## The n~<.:mOr) n~cC:);s time of diJ:ll;n::n l. memo!") de\ icas ;Jmmgcd 111 a~c.:nding order is: a. Cache. R. \M, hard dis'-. magnetic IJi'~ b. RAJ\l. hml diRI., mQgn~tic tape, cache c. M:t!,~lctic tape. hat'\! disk. RJ~L o.:adtc d. J lard disk, RAM.. cache, magncltc tape .c 44. 5:!. 1.' ## Tn o like parallel forces f 1 and F! .1ct pn n rigid body at t.\ and B. If F1 and h nrc interchanged in posilton. the pnint of application of lhe resu lt;tnt ~~ Jisplaccd through how much distan.::.:'/ J. (Pj - P; )a 2(Fj F3) www.examrace.com tl.. ## J' ' - 4{!X cut offlryx r h ;ihiJul the axis of x'? a. It~ b. b 3 (l'j - F:) ( fl l ~<; )t l (F( - FJ} (fi + Fj )ll h/2 d. 21V3 e. d 1!. 21 r;- 1-; ) 51. b along AR where An i~ equal to 11 ForcL"S of rclahw ma~itudc5 5 . I.. I.. 3 a.:l along the sld.:Jt AB. AC' . CO and ,\0 ~pcctivcl' of a "l""rc ABCO of side length Cl. \\ b~t IS the equation or tho: line of ac11on along \\ h1ch the ~iogle re~utunt e. 53. the incline? a. l 3 b.. 1 '2 c. 2.3 d.. ' acts? a. x - r : a b. 2(x- y) u 58. x- y = 2< ce c. xa ra 5-t b. .e c.. e. "" a ol thll d. ## on four legs plac..'<l te middle point>J of 1~ fCj!pec sideo;f.f'.,._o3oe I c \\eight or the t.1hl" and e grea test \\eight that can be put \\ the comers withollt llJ)Sclting the ""'''...::"ll:c then nhich one of the following ;, A squan: 55. ## ,\ pu.:..:.: oJjce slides down a 45~ inclind in '"ice ih.; time it takt:~ to ~I ide ~ fiictionless -15 incline. \\' th coctlici.mt of friction hem corra:r~ 6(1, b. ~s c. 110" ll. 90 e. c At a distance x from a centre of force. Ihe velocity \. of a particle.. moving in a straighl line is gi\'en by :r = 112 ..,. \\here a. II, \\ hidt one or b are eon.,brtL and It the foll owing 1s CQm:ct? invcr.o.cl~ is accderat1on a. The proportional to x and lhl' lon:c is allractiYe. mv~el) t acceleration h. 11te proportional to x and the Ioree is repulsive. a. \V' - \\' b.. \\ ' - 2\\"" c. W' - 3W d. \\i' - -1\\' e. a 56. om c. (FJ F,)u .c h. ## What i~ tho distan..:c of ~'lltr<.> ur gravi ty from ori&iu of th e \'OIUm c formed by tho: revo lution of th~ portion ur th e p:U'ahol;l inversely is acceler~tion "llte proportiunal to ./X aml the force i nttractiVl.:. .lltVCrt;C Iy I~ acce]ep l iou d. The proportio nal to .[X and th e force is rep ul'iive. t:. www.examrace.com " 6 1. ## i\ b ullet lln:d int o u tnrg.:t lo~t:s 2. 3 of i ~ vtlocity after pcnc.:lrating 1' 12 ern. it will come to res1 after 1x:netrnting further I em <1. b. ~ 11\ Scm 1/96 C:ITI C. d. I 19llcm e. C' A parti le ill projected at 3n nnglc: of 75" and after 5 'ccond~ ot a.ppcan. to ha\.: ao ele\ at ion of 45 from the point of projection \\'hnt is th.: imtia l velocity or projection? a.. 5o.fi g 01.re <.1\'+by+ c =ll con.<i\tenl then which one of dt following is COITC\!t? 1. a-b.,-c=O 2. .1=b=. ~. a-b-c=O om given belo\\: .c c. 5g a. lor 2 d. lOg h. cos/) - sin 0 ,, ## , tJ1cn whi ch nno sinO cosO ; d1e fo llowing i~ corrccl? .-l11 .,l~- r1 + 11~ 1 1 ra 63. i~ tl1 t: ## acccler:atiun due tu gr3Vit) . [f we n;~umc U1at the Earth 1s a homogeneous sphere ot radius a. tho: attracti on on n pnrtidc in~iuc: the E:ortb produces an ac~ch:rntion which v;orics directly a~ th<l d ls1uncc from lh..: centre nf the Eurth and tho.: nccl.lll!nltion on thu surface is g. then what time would t)nr1 icle tnkc to move dll\~11 a smcw straight tuhc lirn11 the ~ur1"3ce of th to i Is ceo !ro? \\'hc:re g ce ~. (), c.T+<!)I+b = O. .fi b. 5g c - .-J''' A' (\. e. h lf the 'et of equationi (b +c )x-(c-o )y-(u + b) 62 .1 :1 , a. xa a, (2~r) ~u r ~ b. (r. 1 2) ~a g lfh d. (4r.lh 68. as~ ilrll_...li' u~ 1 ,,,.l b. (nn ## nglc v. to thu \ c:rtie31. llto 69. 2) - mgR e c W T: ].3 R' b~ a tin~r lmnsfu nuatiun gi\'en by(x, y.;) =l for ~II is correct'! f is onto. but not one-one b. 1' os one-one. bot not onto c. T is onto anJ 0111.:-onc d. ] i; neither one-one nor unto e. C' \'ltat is the locus of th.: mid-point of a focal chord of a parabni.YI 3. Circk Parabola .;. Ellip:~ce (mv' 2) - mgR d. mgRcosa e. b If a non-singular squan: mutrix A s:ltL~ lics theequ;~tion /+. 1+ .11 +...... + . 1 = ()then what is A ' equal to? d. 1-l}perbola t:. b The diameters of a circle of area 154 sq 2\ - 3)' 5 a nd units lie alonp. 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