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SampleTest Paper Max. Marks : 68

Time : 1½ Hours

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SECTION # I

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1 Z1 Z1

Q.1 For any three complex numbers Z1, Z2 , Z3 if ∆ = 1 Z 2 Z2 ,

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1 Z3 Z3

(A) the real part of ∆ is always positive (B) the real part of ∆ is always negative

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aZ1 − bZ 2

Q.2 Z1 ≠ Z2 are two points in an Argand plane. if a |Z1| = b |Z2|, then the point aZ + bZ is

1 2

Q.3 For any two complex numbers Z1 and Z2 with |Z1| ≠ |Z2|

2 2

2 Z1 + i 3 Z 2 + 3Z1 + i 2Z2 is

(

(A) less than 5 | Z1 | + | Z2 |

2 2

) (B) greater than 10 |Z1 Z2|

Let x ≠ nπ – 1, n ∈ N. The indefinite integral of x × is but for

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2

Q.4

2sin(x + 1) + sin 2(x + 1)

2 2

an arbitrary constant

(A) log

1

sec(x 2 + 1) + C

c 1 2

(B) log sec (x + 1) + C

g.

2 2

ng

1

(C) log | sec(x 2 + 1) | + C (D) None of these

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a

ex − e− x

3 3

∫

2

Q.5 The value of x x dx is

e + e− x

3 3

−a

(B) ea − e−a

3 3

(A) 0

(

(C) log e − e

−a

) (

(D) log e + e

−a

)

3 3 3 3

a a

π

Q.6 Define f(x) = a sin (x + 1), x ≤ 0

2

tan x − sin x

= ,x > 0

x3

In order that f(x) be continuous at x = 0, as should be equal to

1 1 1 1

(A) (B) (C) (D)

2 3 4 6

0 x 2 − sin x cos x − 2

Q.7 Given f(x) = sin x − x

2

0 1 − 2x ,

∫ f (x)dx equal to

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2 − cos x 2x − 1 0

x3 x3

(A) − x 2 sin x + sin 2x + C (B) − x 2 sin x – cos 2x + C

3

c3

g.

x3

(C) − x 2 cos x – cos 2x + C (D) None of these

3

ng

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(C) (– ∞,∞) (D) (–∞, 0) ∪ (0, ∞)

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SECTION # II

MORE THAN ONE CHOICE CORRECT QUESTIONS

Q.9 A regular hexagon is drawn with two of its vertices forming a shorter diagonal at z = – 2 and

z = 1 – i 3 . The other four vertices are

(A) ±2 3, ±i (B) ± 3, ±i

(C) 3, 3 ± i, −1 − i 3 (D) None of these

Z−i +3

2arg = π is

Z + 3i − 1

(A) a straight line passing through the pints 3 – i and –1 + 3i

(B) a straight line passing through the points –3 + i and 1 – 3i

(C) a circle passing through the points –3 + i and 1 – 3i

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(D) a circle with its centre at the point –1 – i and radius 2 2

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Q.11

g.

If a, b, c are the cube roots of p < 0, then for any x, y, z

x 2a 2 + y 2 b 2 + z 2c 2

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is equal to

x 2 b 2 + y 2c 2 + z 2 a 2

a b c

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1

sin π[x]

Q.12 Let [x] be the greatest integer function. f(x) = 4 is

[x]

3

(A) not continuous at any point (B) continuous at

2

4

(C) discontinuous at 2 (D) differentiable at

3

SECTION # III

Let z1, z2, z3, be the complex number associated with vertices A, B , C of a triangle ABC which

is circumscribed by a circle |z| =1. Perpendicular from A is drawn which meets BC at D and

circle |z| =1 at E. If P be image of E about BC and F be image of E about O(origin).

On the basis of above information, answer the following question:

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z1 + z 2 + z3 2

(A) (B) ( z1 + z 2 + z 3 )

3 3

(C) ( z1 + z 2 + z3 )

c (D) None of these

g.

Q.14 The complex number associated with E is-

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z1 z 2 z 2 z3

(A) z (B) z1

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z 2 z3 z1 z 2

(B) – (D) –

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z ( z + z + z ) − z1z 3 z1 ( z1 + z 2 + z3 ) − z 2 z3

(A) 2 1 2 3 (B) 2z1

2

z ( z + z + z ) − z 2z3 z 2 ( z1 + z 2 + z3 ) − z1z3

(C) 1 1 2 3 (D) 2z 2

2

SECTION # IV

SUBJECTIVE TYPE QUESTIONS :

23 −1 33 −1 43 −1 n3 − 1 a

Q.16 Let Pn = 3 ............. 3 If lim Pn = then a + b = (0005)

2 +1 3 +1 4 + 1

3 3

n +1 n →∞ b

3

∫

dx

Q.17 Let I = , where [.] denotes the greatest integer function. Then find the

1 x + [x] + 1 − 2x[x]

2 2

value of [I].

SECTION # V SECTION-IV

MATCH THE COLUMN TYPE QUESTIONS :

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Q.18 Let two planes P1= 2x + y – z = 2 and P2= x – 2y – z = 3 are given, then

Column-I Column-II

c

(A) Equation of plane through the intersection of P1 and P2 (P) x + 3y + 1 = 0

g.

passing through (1, –2, 3).

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(B) Obtuse angle bisector of P1 and P2 (Q) 3x – y – 2z = 5

(C) Equation of bisector of angle containing origin (R) –3x + 11y + 4z + 13 = 0

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passing throuth (1, 0, –2)

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