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Unit 2

**by :komal choudhary
**

(SES)

**Q1.If x= log(x tan -1y) then f(xy)=
**

(A) -1/x2 (b) 0 (c) 1/x2

(d)none of them

x

z

z

y

x

y

Q2.If Z= cos(x/y)+ sin(x/y) then

is equal to

(a) Z (b) 2Z (c) 0 (d)none of them

dy

dx

Q3.If f(x,y)=0 then

f

x f

y

(a)

/

(b)

ans-c

ans-c

is equal to

f f

y x

/

(c) -

f f

y z

/

(d) ) -

f f

x y

/

ans-d

**Q4.The function Z=5xy-4x2+y2-2z-y+5 has at x=1/41 , y=18/41
**

(a) Maxima

(b) Saddle point

(c) minima

(d) none of them

ans-b

**Q.5 If f(x,y) is such that f(x)=ex cos y and and f(y)=exsin y ,then which of following is
**

the

(a) f(x,y)= e x+y sin(x+y) (b) f(x,y)= e

(d) none of them

ans-c

x

sin(x+y)

(c) f(x,y) does not exist

**Q.6 The percentage error is the area of a rectangle when an error of 1% is made in
**

measuring its length and breadth is equal to

(a) 1%

(b) 2%

(c) 0 (d) 3%

Q.7 The function f(x)=10+x6

ans-b

9 (b)9.11 If ac-b2<0 the point of (a) maxima and minima (b)neither maxima nor minima (c)saddle point (d)minima ans-b Q.6 ans-a Q.9The volume of the largest rectangular parallelepiped that can be inserted in the ellipsoid x2 y2 z 2 1 a 2 b2 c2 8xyz is 8abc 3 3 6xyz 3 3 (a) 6abc 3 3 (b) 3 3 (c) (d) ans-b Q.3 (d)3.8 The minimum and maximum distance from the point (1.(a) is a decreasing function f(x) at x=0 (c) has a minimum at x=0 (b)has neither a maximum nor minimum (d) none of these ans- Q.3 (c)6.12 If f x f y =0 and a) stationary point =0 at(a.2) to the sphere x2+y2+z2=36 (a) 3.b) is called (b) minima (c) saddle point Q13 pedal form of the curvature is dr dp (a) Ρ= r (b) Ρ=r dp dr (d)Inflexion point ans-a .2.b)the point (a.10 If ac-b2>0 at x=a if a<0 then point of (a) maxima (b) minima (c) saddle point (d)Inflexion point ans-a Q.

-y)=f(x. 30/48 (d) 8/64.1/8) are (a) 7/64. 31/48 © 6/64.then it is called (a) Multiple point © trivial point (b)”singular point (d) zero point Ans (a) Q19 a point on a curve through which more than one branch of a curve pass is called a (a) Double point © zero point (b) singular point (d) multiple point .y) then the curve is symmetric about (a) Y-axis © xy-axis (b) x-axis (d) about the origin Ans (b) Q17 The curve passes through the origin if there is at least…… constant term in the equation are (a) 1 (b) No term (b) two (d) three Ans (a) Q18 if there are two or more tangent at the origin. 31/48 (b) 7/63. 30/48 Ans (a) Q15 Radius of curvature of the curve r=e 2θ at θ = log2 (a)20 (18) (b) 16 (d) 14 Ans (b) Q16 if f(x.© Ρ=r dt dr (d) Ρ=r dp dt Q14 The centre of curvature of the following curves y=x 3 at (1/2.

Ans (d) .

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