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i)

The multiplicative inverse of (-3, 5) is
 3 5
,

a. 
 34 34 

ii)

 3 5 
,


 34 34 

b.

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c.

 5  3
,


 34 34 

The real and imaginary parts of i (3 – 2i) are respectively 2009

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iii)

a. -2 & 3
b.
2 & -3
c.
2&3
d.
2
If the roots of the equation ax  bx  c  0 are real then b2 – 4ac is

-3 & 2

a. +ve
b.
0
c.
Perfect square
d.
2
Which is the sum of the roots of the equation 6  2 x  15 x  0 ? 2009

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v)

vi)

15
2

b.

-3

c.

The equation whose roots are 3 and -3 is
a. x 2  6 x  9  0
b.
2
b. x  9  0
d.
 1

5
2

d.

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x2  9  0
x 2  6x  9  0

2

If matrix 
 is a singular matrix then the value of  is
 3 

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1
6

b.

6

c.

-6

d.

Which is the identity element with respect to ordinary multiplication?

5
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b.

-1

c.

0

2 xy

xy
x y

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8!
The value of
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a. 6!

The value of

a. 10

b.

d.

y
x y

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n!

b.

 5
 
 3 , 2

c.

2x
x  2y

x)

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1
2

If 2, G, 4 are in G.P. then the value of G is 2009 Annual (Humanities group) Private
8
 8
 8
a. 8
b.
c.
d.
H.M between x and y is
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b.
The value of nP0 is
a. 1
b.

xii)

d.

7

is

c.

c.

0!

56

d.

(n – 1)!

d.

1
30

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5
6

c.

1

The probability of getting of head in a single toss of a coin is

d.
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1
3

b.

The value of 13C11 is
a. 77
b.

1
2

c.

2
3

d.

2

d.

78

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11!

C.

13!

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The number of terms in the binomial expansion of ( x  a ) 8 is

xv)

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a. 9

b.

If tan   

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8

c.

7

d.

1
and sin  is negative then  ( ) lies in the
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xvii)

a. 3rd quadrant
b.
1st quadrant
th
b. 4 quadrant
d.
2nd quadrant
Tan (-) is
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1
tan 

 tan 

b.

 cot 

c.

d.

1
cot 

The distance between (1, 1) and (4, 5) is
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a. 4
b.
3
c.
5
d.
2
If the sides of a triangle are 2, 3 and 5 units then 2s is
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a. 30
b.
25
c.
10
If a, b c are the sides of a triangle ABC then R is

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a.

abc
4

4
abc

b.

d.


s

c.

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d.

abc
4

Section “B”
Q.,2
1

1

i)

Solve the equation 5 x 2  x 4  22  0

ii)

If  ,  are the roots of px 2  qx  q  0 , p  0; Prove that

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3 x 2  y 2  12

iii)

iv)

Solve

3 x 2  4 y 2  192

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a3
b3
c3

Evaluate the determinant using their properties

a
b
c

 a

Perform the matrix multiplication [a b c]  h
 g

h   a
b   b 
f   c 

1
1
1

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vi)

g
f
c

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Define Binary operation ‘*’ by a * b = 7a . b,  a, b  Q, where Q is the set of rational numbers
if “.” Represents the ordinary multiplication the show that.
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a)
b)
c)
vii)

* is commutative
1
is the identity element with respect to ‘*’.
7
1
3
is the inverse of
with respect to ‘*’.
21
7

Find the least value of n for which the sum of the first n odd natural numbers exceed 5,000
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viii)
ix)

Prove the proposition by mathematical induction
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1!1 + 2 ! 2 + 3 ! 3 + …………. + n ! n = (n + 1)! – 1
Using binomial expansion evaluate 3 2 to four decimal palace.
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x)

Prove

that

(1  x  x 2  ..........) (1  2 x  3 x 2  ............) 

1
(1.2  2.3 x  3.4 x 2  ............)
2

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Trigonometry
Q.3
i)

If diameter is 26cm and central angle is of measure 41 then find the arc length. 2009 Annual

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iii)

Using the definition of radian function, find the values of the remaining trigonometric function if
tan  = 0.6 and sin  is negative.
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Prove any two of the follo9wing identities.
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cos  cos ec

  tan 
a)
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sin 
cos 
cos(   ) cos(   )  cos 2   sin 2 
b)
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c)

sin2  - sin3  + sin5  = 4sin  cos

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iv)

Sketch the graph of cos  , where-

v)

Verify that tan-1  + cot-1  =


2


,  0
2

 


2

5
3
 cos 
2
2

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Section “C”
Q.4 a) Determine the sum of an infinite decreasing geometric series, if it is known that the sum of its
first and fourth terms is equal to 54, and the sum of the second and third terms is 36.
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b)

For what value of n do the binomial coefficients of the second, third and fourth terms in the
binomial expansion of (1  x) n form an A.P.
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Q.5 a) In how many ways can 5 books on Chemistry and 4 books on physics be placed on a shelf so
that the books on the same objects always remain together?
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b)

If there are 3 children in a family then what is the probability that

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i)
ii)
Q.6 a) i)

The third child is a girl
The two children and boys and one child is a girl?

If any ABC prove that r1  ( s  c) cot , where the letters have their usual meanings.
2

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ii)
b)

Solve

sin   cos 
1
sin   cos 

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A man observes that the angle of elevation of the top of a mountain measure 45  from a point
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