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Mathematics

Time: 2 hours

Note:

Question number 1 to 8 carries 2 marks each, 9 to 16 carries 4 marks each and 17 to 18 carries

6 marks each.

1 3 2

1

, ,

and

7 7 7

7

2 1 4

respectively. Probability that he reaches office late, if he takes car, scooter, bus or train is , ,

9 9 9

1

respectively. Given that he reached office in time, then what is the probability that he travelled

and

9

by a car.

Q1.

A person goes to office either by car, scooter, bus or train probability of which being

Sol.

Let C, S, B, T be the events of the person going by car, scooter, bus or train respectively.

1

3

2

1

Given that P(C) = , P(S) = , P(B) = , P(T) =

7

7

7

7

Let L be the event of the person reaching the office in time.

L 7

L 8

L 5

L 8

P = , P = , P = , P =

C 9

S 9

B 9

T 9

L

1 7

P .P ( C )

C

1

C

7 9

=

= .

P =

1 7 3 8 2 5 8 1 7

L

P L

+ + +

7 9 7 9 7 9 9 7

( )

1 2x + 5x 2

, t , .

2 2

3x 2x 1

Q2.

Sol.

Let y = 2 sin t

1 2x + 5x 2

so, y =

3x 2 2x 1

(3y 5)x2 2x(y 1) (y + 1) = 0

1

since x R 1, , so D 0

3

y2 y 1 0

1+ 5

1 5

and y

or y

2

2

1+ 5

1 5

and sin t

or sin t

4

4

3

Hence range of t is , , .

2

10

10 2

Q3.

Circles with radii 3, 4 and 5 touch each other externally if P is the point of intersection of tangents to

these circles at their points of contact. Find the distance of P from the points of contact.

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Sol.

Clearly the point P is the incentre of the ABC, and

hence

s ( s a )( s b )( s c )

(s a)(s b)(s c)

=

=

r=

s

s

s

Now 2s = 7 + 8 + 9 = 24 s = 12.

5. 4.3

Hence r =

= 5.

12

3

5

4

4

C

Q4.

Find the equation of the plane containing the line 2x y + z 3 = 0, 3x + y + z = 5 and at a distance of

1

from the point (2, 1, 1).

6

Sol.

6 + 4 + 1 1 5 3

(3 + 2)2 + ( 1)2 + ( + 1)2

1

6

24

.

5

The planes are 2x y + z 3 = 0 and 62x + 29y + 19z 105 = 0.

6( 1)2 = 112 + 12 + 6 = 0,

Q5.

If |f(x1) f(x2)| < (x1 x2)2, for all x1, x2 R. Find the equation of tangent to the curve y = f(x) at the

point (1, 2).

Sol.

f(x1 ) f(x 2 )

< lim | x1 x 2 | |f (x)| < f (x) = 0.

lim

x1 x 2

x1 x 2

x1 x 2

Hence f (x) is a constant function and P (1, 2) lies on the curve.

f (x) = 2 is the curve.

Hence the equation of tangent is y 2 = 0.

n + 1 n+1

If total number of runs scored in n matches is

(2 n 2) where n > 1, and the runs scored

4

in the kth match are given by k. 2n+1k, where 1 k n. Find n.

Q6.

Sol.

Let Sn =

k. 2n+1k = 2n+1

k =1

= 2[2n+1 2 n]

n +1

= 2 n = 7.

4

k. 2

k =1

1

n

= 2n+1 .2 1 n n+1

2

2

Q7.

The area of the triangle formed by the intersection of a line parallel to x-axis and passing through

P (h, k) with the lines y = x and x + y = 2 is 4h2. Find the locus of the point P.

Sol.

Area of triangle =

1

. AB. AC = 4h2

2

2 |k 1| = AC

and AB =

1

4h2 = . 2. (k 1)2

2

k 1 = 2h.

locus is y = 2x + 1, y = 2x + 1.

y=x

A(1,1)

B(k,k)

C(2k,k)

P(h,k)

y =k

X

x+y=2

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Evaluate

Q8.

|cos x|

Sol.

I=

|cos x|

2

/2

=6

2

cos x

if f(2a x) = f(x)

0,

2a

a

f ( x ) dx =

0

2 f ( x ) dx, if f(2a x) = f(x)

2

Let cos x = t

1

t

I = 6 e t cos dt

2

0

24

1 e

1

e cos + sin 1 .

5

2 2

2

Q9.

Incident ray is along the unit vector v and the reflected ray is

. The normal is along unit vector a

along the unit vector w

Sol.

is the unit vector along the reflected ray.

Hence a is a unit vector along the external

. Hence

bisector of v and w

v = a

w

a

(90-)

v = 2

1+1 w

or 2 2 cos 2 = 2

or = 2 sin

.

where 2 is the angle between v and w

0

v = 2 sin a = 2 cos(90 )a = (2a v)a

Hence w

.

w = v 2(a v)a

Q10.

w

2

mirror

x2 y2

9

4

Sol.

x2 y2

= 1 is (3 sec, 2 tan).

9

4

Chord of contact of the circle x2 + y2 = 9 with respect to the point (3 sec , 2tan ) is

3 sec.x + 2 tan.y = 9

.(1)

Let (x1, y1) be the midpoint of the chord of contact.

.(2)

equation of chord in midpoint form is xx1 + yy1 = x12 + y12

Since (1) and (2) represent the same line,

3 sec 2 tan

9

=

= 2

x1

y1

x1 + y12

sec =

Hence

9x1

x12

y12

81x12

9 x12 + y12

, tan =

9y1

2 x12 + y12

81y12

4 x12 + y12

=1

x2 y2 x2 + y2

=

the required locus is

9

4

9

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Q11.

Find the equation of the common tangent in 1st quadrant to the circle x2 + y2 = 16 and the ellipse

x2 y2

+

= 1 . Also find the length of the intercept of the tangent between the coordinate axes.

25 4

Sol.

Let the equations of tangents to the given circle and the ellipse respectively be

y = mx + 4 1 + m2

and y = mx + 25m2 + 4

Since both of these represent the same common tangent,

4 1 + m2 = 25m2 + 4

16(1 + m2) = 25m2 + 4

2

m=

3

The tangent is at a point in the first quadrant m < 0.

2

, so that the equation of the common tangent is

m =

3

y=

2

3

7

.

3

x+4

7

It meets the coordinate axes at A 2 7, 0 and B 0, 4

14

.

AB =

3

Q12.

Sol.

If length of tangent at any point on the curve y = f(x) intercepted between the point and the xaxis is of

length 1. Find the equation of the curve.

dx

Length of tangent = y 1 +

dy

dy

y

=

dx

1 y2

1 y2

y

dx 2

1 = y 2 1 +

dy

dy = x + c .

Writing y = sin , dy = cos d and integrating, we get the equation of the curve as

1 y 2 + ln

1 1 y2

y

= x + c .

Q13.

Sol.

2

The region bounded by the given curves

x =y

x2 = y, x2 = y and y2 = 4x 3 is

symmetrical about the xaxis. The parabolas x2 = y

and y2 = 4x 3 touch at the point (1, 1).

Moreover the vertex of the curve

3

y2 = 4x 3 is at , 0 .

4

Hence the area of the region

1

2

1

x =y

4x 3 dx

= 2 x 2 dx

0

3/4

3 1

1

x

1

3/2

= 2 1 1 = 1 . sq. units.

= 2 ( 4x 3 )

3 6 3

3

3/4

6

(1, 1)

(3/4, 0)

x

2

y =4x3

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Q14.

vertices of square.

Sol.

midpoint of diagonals of square

z + z2

1

= z0 z2 = 3i

2

z 1

= e i / 2

and 3

z1 1

other vertices are

z3, z4 = (1 3) + i and (1 + 3) i .

z1(2, 3)

z3

z0(1,0)

O

x

z4

z2

Q15.

If f (x y) = f (x). g (y) f (y). g (x) and g (x y) = g (x). g (y) + f (x). f (y) for all x, y R. If right hand

derivative at x = 0 exists for f (x). Find derivative of g (x) at x = 0.

Sol.

(1)

Put x = y in (1), we get

f (0) = 0

put y = 0 in (1), we get

g (0) = 1.

f(0)g( h) g(0)f( h) f(0)

f(0 + h) f(0)

Now, f (0+) = lim+

= lim+

h 0

h0

h

h

f( h)

( f (0) = 0)

= lim+

h 0

h

f(0 h) f(0)

= lim+

h 0

h

= f (0).

Hence f (x) is differentiable at x = 0.

Put y = x in g (x y) = g (x). g (y) + f (x). f (y).

Also f2 (x) + g2 (x) = 1

g2 (x) = 1 f2 (x)

2g (0) g (0) = 2f (0) f (0) = 0 g (0) = 0.

Q16.

If p(x) be a polynomial of degree 3 satisfying p(1) = 10, p(1) = 6 and p(x) has maximum at x = 1

and p(x) has minima at x = 1. Find the distance between the local maximum and local minimum of the

curve.

Sol.

According to given conditions

P (1) = a + b c + d = 10

P (1) = a + b + c + d = 6

Also P (1) = 3a 2b + c = 0

and P (1) = 6a + 2b = 0 3a + b = 0

Solving for a, b, c, d we get

P (x) = x3 3x2 9x + 5

P (x) = 3x2 6x 9 = 3(x + 1)(x 3)

x = 1 is the point of maximum and x = 3 is the point of minimum.

Hence distance between (1, 10) and (3, 22) is 4 65 units.

Q17.

f(x) is a differentiable function and g (x) is a double differentiable function such that |f (x)| 1 and

f(x) = g (x). If f2 (0) + g2 (0) = 9. Prove that there exists some c ( 3, 3) such that g (c). g(c)< 0.

Sol.

Let us suppose that both g (x) and g (x) are positive for all x (3, 3).

Since f2 (0) + g2 (0) = 9 and 1 f (x) 1, 2 2 g (0) 3.

From f (x) = g (x), we get

x

f (x) =

g(x)dx

+ f (3).

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the curve y = g (x) is open upwards.

x

g(x)dx

x

g(x)dx

x

g(x)dx

Hence g (x) and g (x) cannot be both positive throughout the interval (3, 3).

Similarly we can prove that g(x) and g(x) cannot be both negative throughout the interval (3, 3).

Hence there is atleast one value of c (3, 3) where g (x) and g (x) are of opposite sign

g (c) . g (c) < 0.

Alternate:

3

g(x)dx =

0

g(x)dx < 2

(1)

g(x)dx < 2

(2)

3

3

g(x)dx +

g(x)dx < 4

(3)

we get

2 2 < g (0) < 3

(4)

(5)

Let g (x) is concave upward x (3, 3) then

the area

0

(0, 3)

(0, 2 2 )

g (x) will be concave downward for some c

(3, 3) i.e. g (c) < 0 (6)

also at that point c

(3, 0)

(3, 0)

g (c) > 0

(7)

From equation (6) and (7)

g (c) . g (c) < 0 for some c (3, 3).

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Let g (x) is concave downward x (3, 3)

then the area

0

g(x)dx +

g(x)dx > 6

g (x) will be concave upward for some

c (3, 3) i.e. g (c) > 0

(8)

also at that point c

g (c) will be less than 2 2

g (c) < 0

(9)

From equation (8) and (9)

g (c) . g (c) < 0 for some c (3, 3).

Q18.

Sol.

(3, 0)

(3, 0)

(0, 2 2 )

(0, 3)

4a2 4a 1 f( 1) 3a2 + 3a

If 4b2 4b 1 f(1) = 3b2 + 3b , f(x) is a quadratic function and its maximum value occurs at a

2

4c 1 f(2) 3c 2 + 3c

4c

point V. A is a point of intersection of y = f (x) with x-axis and point B is such that chord AB subtends a

right angle at V. Find the area enclosed by f (x) and chord AB.

Let we have

4a2 f (1) + 4a f (1) + f (2) = 3a2 + 3a

(1)

4b2 f (1) + 4b f (1) + f (2) = 3b2 + 3b

(2)

(3)

4c2 f (1) + 4c f (1) + f (2) = 3c2 + 3c

Consider a quadratic equation

4x2 f (1) + 4x f (1) + f (2) = 3x2 + 3x

or [4f (1) 3] x2 + [4f (1) 3] x + f (2) = 0

(4)

As equation (4) has three roots i.e. x = a, b, c. It is an identity.

3

3

f (1) = , f (1) =

and f (2) = 0

4

4

(4 x 2 )

(5)

f (x) =

4

Let point A be (2, 0) and B be (2t, t2 + 1)

Now as AB subtends a right angle at the vertex

V (0, 1)

A(-2,0)

1 t 2

= 1 t = 4

2 2t

B (8, 15)

8

Area =

4 x 2 3x + 6

125

sq. units.

+

dx =

3

4

2

V(0,1)

(2,0)

X

3x+2y+6=0

B(8,-15)

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