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01. If A,B,C and D denotes the interior angles of a quadrilateral then
(A)  tan A  tan A (B)  tan A  ( tan A)( cot A)
 cot A
(C)  cot A   tan A  tan A (D)  tan A   tan A  cot A
x2
02. For every X  R the value of the expression y   x cos x  cos 2 x is never
8
less than
(A) -1 (B) 0 (C) 1 (D) 2
03. One side of a rectangular piece of paper is 6cm, the adjacent sides being
longer than 6 cms. One corner of the paper is folded so that it sets on the
opposite longer side. If the length of the crease is l cms and it makes an
angle  with the long side as shown, then l is
3 6
(A) (B)
sin  cos 2  2
sin  cos 


l

6

3 3
(C) (D) 3
sin  cos  sin 
04. The average of the numbers n sin n for n=2, 4, 6,…180
1
(A)1 (B) cot1 (C) tan1 (D)
2
05. If u, v, w are real distinct numbers such that u  v  w  3uvw then the
3 3 3

quadratic equation ux 2  vx  w  0 has
(A) real roots (B) roots lying on either side of unity
(C) both roots are negative (D) non-real roots
06. Let P(x) be polynomial of degree 4 with leading coefficient 1. Given that
P(1)=1, P(2)=3, P(3)=5 and P(4)=7. The value of P(5) will be
(A) 9 (B) 5 (C) 24 (D) 33
07. Let an  16, 4,1..... be a geometric sequence. Define Pn as the product of the

first n terms. The value of  n Pn
n 1

(A) 8 (B) 16 (C) 32 (D) 64
08. Let s1 , s2 , s3 ...... and t1 , t2 , t3 ...... are two arithmetic sequences such that
10 15
s2  s1
s1  t1  0; s2  2t2 and  si   ti . Then the value of is
i 1 i 1 t2  t1
(A) 8/3 (B) 3/2 (C) 19/8 (D) 2
09. Starting with a unit square, a sequence of square is generated. Each square
in the sequence has half the side length of its predecessor and two of its
sides bisected by its predecessor’s side as shown. This process is repeated

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indefinitely. The total area enclosed by all the squares in limiting situation,
is
5 79
(A) sq.units (B) sq.units
4 64

1

1

75 1
(C) sq.units (D) sq.units
64 12
10. Let triangle ABC be an isosceles triangle with AB=AC. Suppose that the
angle bisector of its angle B meets the side AC at a point D and that
BC=BD+AD. Measure of the angle A in degrees, is
(A) 80 (B) 100 (C) 110 (D) 130
11. In the figure ∆ABC is a right triangle at C. A semicircle with centre O is a
tangent to the side AC and BC. If the area of the triangle is∆, then the
radius of the semicircle is
2 
(A) (B)
c 2  2 c 2  2

C

A B
O

2 2
(C) 2 (D) 2
c  4 c 
12. The true set of real values of a such that the point M (a, sin a) lies inside
the triangle formed by the lines x-2y+2=0, x+y=0, and x  y    0 , is
 
(A) (0,  ) (B)  , 
3 2
    2
(C)  o,    ,  (D)  ,     , 2 
 6 3 2 2   3 
13. Let ABC be a fixed triangle and P be variable point in the plane of triangle
ABC. suppose a, b, c are lengths of sides BC, CA, AB opposite to angles A,
B, C respectively. If a( PA) 2  b( PB )2  c( PC )2 is minimum, then the point P
with respect to  ABC, is
(A) centroid (B) circumcentre (C) orthocentre (D) incentre

14. If the points of intersection of lines L1 : y  m1 x  k  0 and
L2 : y  m2 x  k  0 (m1  m2 ) lies inside a triangle formed by the lines 2x+3y=1,
x+2y=3 and 5x-6y-1=0, then true set of values of k are
1 3 1 3 3
(A)  ,  (B)  ,1 (C)  0,  (D)   , 0 
 3 2   2   2 2 

y) with x (0.0)x 1 (C) (a  b) (D) a  b 2 2 2 21. Page 3 of 25 15. Equation of the circle which bisects the circumference of the circle x 2  y 2  2 y  3  0 and touches the curve y  tan(tan 1 x ) at the origin is (A) 2( x  y )  5 x  5 y  0 2 2 (B) x  y  5 x  5 y  0 2 2 (C) x  y  5 x  5 y  0 2 2 (D) none 20. The value of  is (A) 2 (B) 4 (C) 8 (D) 16 19. If the area of the triangle ABC can be expressed as (m1  m2 ) f(x). Let the slope of the line AB equals m1 . then the largest possible value of f(x) is (A)1 (B) 1/2 (C) 1/4 (D) 1/8 16. If. and D is the diameter of a circle superscribed on the triangle. then d+D equals (A) a+b (B) 2(a+b) (0. if no two of them are consecutive. b. Pn 1  Pn  15 then the value of ‘n’ is (A) 7 (B)8 (C) 9 (D) 10 . If a. Point C lies on the line x=1 such that the slope of BC equals m2 where 0  m2  m1 . The locus of the point of intersection of the tangent to the circle x 2  y 2  a 2 . If d is the diameter of a circle inscribed into the triangle. Locus of a point P(x. y) satisfying the equation x   y 2  24 y  144  13  x 2  y 2  10 x  25 is (A) a finite line segment (B) an infinite line segment (C) part of a circle with finite radius (D) pair of straight lines 17. Let a and b represent the length of a right triangle’s legs.1) and y>0. In a triangle ABC with fixed base BC.0) and B(x. Given A(0. and c denote the lengths of sides of the triangle 2 opposite to angles A.a) A O B (b. respectively. B and C. then which one of the following is correct? (A) b-c=2a (B) 2b-2c=a (C) Locus of point A is circle (D) Locus of point A is pair of straight line 18. which include an angle of 45 is the curve ( x 2  y 2 )2   a 2 ( x 2  y 2  a 2 ) . the vertex A moves such that A cos C  cos B  cos 2 . Let pn denotes the number of ways in which three people can be selected out of ‘n’ people sitting in a row.

1)    . If f  x  y   f  x   f  y   x y  xy 2 .  (D) [1.  ) (B)  0.1]    .   2 2   2 2  25.    4 4   2 4  24.  x. Page 4 of 25 8  1 1 22. satisfying the equation tan (sin x)  1 is 2 1 2 2 (A) [-1. x 2tan 1 .   2 2   2 2  2 2 (C) (1. then (A) f need to be differentiable at every non zero x .   s (C)  (D)  . . The set of values of x. Which of the following functions defined below is NOT differentiable at the indicated point? x 2 if  1  x  0 f ( x)  at x  0  x 2 if 0  x  1 (A) 1 x 2 sin if x  0 g ( x)  x at x  0 0 if x  0 (B) sin 2 x if x  0 h( x )  at x  0 2 x if x  0 (C) x if 0  x  1 k ( x)  at x  1 2  x if 1  x  2 (D) 26. x cot 1 x. f(x)= cot log 0. x cot 1 x 2 / x  0  where g(x) is an even  x x  function. then (A) f is derivable at x=0 but g is not (B) g is derivable at x=0 but f is not (C) both f and g are derivable at x=0 (D) nither f nor g is derivable at x=0 28. The constant term in the expansion of  x 2  2  y   is  x y (A) 4900 (B) 4950 (C) 5050 (D) 5151 23. 1] (B)   . The range of the function. Which one of the following functions is discontinuous for atleast one real value of x? ex  1 (A) f ( x)  1  sgn x (B) g ( x)  ex  3 5  22 x  1  7 (C) h( x)   3 x  (D) k ( x)  3  2sin x  2 5 1 27.5 ( x  2 x  3) is 1 4 2 3 3   3 (A) (0. y  R and f ` (0)  0 . Let f ( x)  x 2 sin for x  0 f (0)  g (0)  0 and x  1 1  g ( x)  x tan 1 .

If . ) be a continuous decreasing function f (4 x) f (6 x) with Lim  1 .and g ( x)  ( f (3 f ( x)  6))3 . If  (sin 1 xi  cos 1 yi )  9 . Then g`(0) is equal to 1 1 (A) 0 (B) 1 (C) (D) 2 4 32. The value of the definite integral  ln(1  3 tan x )dx equals 0   2  (A) ln 2 (B) (C) ln 2 (D) ln 2 3 3 6 2 35. then the value of the definite integral  f 1 ( x) dx equals 2 3 (A) 10 (B) 11 (C) 12 (D) 13  /2 36. )  (0. The normal intersects the y-axis at the point (0. Let u   cos  sin 2 x  dx and v   cos  3 sin x  dx .then  x ln(1  x 2 )  2x  dx is equal to i 1 6  1 e   xi i1 37 (A) 0 (B) e6  e6 (C) ln (D) e6  e 6 12 38.Then Lim  1 is equal to x  f (8 x ) x  f (8 x) 4 4 6 (A) (B) (C) (D) 1 8 6 8 31. 5 7 Given  f ( x)dx  17 . then the relation between 0  3  0 u and v is (A) 2u=v (B) 2u=3v (C) u=v (D) u=2v  /3 34. The derivative of the function f(x)-f(4x) at x=1 has the value to equal to (A) 19 (B) 9 (C) 17 (D) 14  /2  /2  2    33. Let f be a one-to-one continuous function such that f(2)=3 and f(5)=7. Let f : (1. Suppose the function f(x)-f(2x) has the derivate 5 at x=1 and derivative 7 at x=2.3)  R be a differentiable function with f(0)=-2 and f`(0)= -1. The number of values of a for the which the function f ( x)  ( x  1) | x  a | is differentiable  x  R s is. (A)0 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) more than 2 30. At the point P(a. Page 5 of 25 (B) f is differential for all x R (C) f is twice differentiable at x = 0 (D) none 29.b). Let f : (3. a n ) on the graph of y  x n (n N ) in the first quadrant a normal is drawn. The value of the definite integral  tan x dx is 0   (A) 2 (B) (C) 2 2 (D) 2 2 2 6  yi 6 i1  ex  37.

Page 6 of 25  Limb  . If the triangle is to have the maximum area. differentiable in (0. If f be a continuous on [0. if (A) a 2  b 2  c 2  ab  bc  ca (B) a 2  b 2  c 2  2abc  1 (C) a 2  b 2  c 2  1 (D) a 2  b 2  c 2  2ab  2bc  2ca  2abc  1 . P and Q are two points on a circle of centre C and radius α. Given planes P1 : cy  bz  x P2 : az  cx  y P3 : bx  ay  z P1 . then the maximum value of g cannot exceed x  g ( x) (A) ln 2 (B) ln 6 (C) 6 ln 2 (D) 2 ln 6 40. the angle PCQ being 2θ then the radius of the circle inscribed in the triangle CPQ is maximum when 3 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 (A) sin   (B) sin   (C) sin   (D) sin   2 2 2 2 4 42.1].1) such that f(1)=0. If the equation f(x)=k has exactly one positive and 3 2 one negative solution then the value of k equals 2 3 2 2 1 (A)  (B)  (C) (D) 9 9 3 3 3 3 41. Let A and B be 3  3 symmetric matrices such that X=AB+BA and Y=AB-BA. Let g :[1. Two sides of a triangle are to have lengths ‘a’ cm & ‘b’ cm. P2 . Let A   2 2  B  1 1 and 0 1 C  AB AT . then n equals a0 2 (A) 1 (B) 3 (C) 2 (D) 4 39.1) such that (A) c f` (C)-f(C)=0 (B) f`(C)+c f(C)=0 (C) f` (C)-c f (C)=0 (D) c f`(C)+f(C)=0 44. Let f ( x)  x  3x  2 x . then the length of the median from the vertex containing the sides ‘a’ and ‘b’ is 1 2 2a  b a 2  b2 a  2b (A) a  b 2 (B) (C) (D) 2 3 2 3 43. ) be a real valued differentiable function satisfying 2 g `( x)  and g(1)=0. and P3 pass through one line. 6]  [0. then AT C 3 A is equal to  1 3      2 2   3 1  1 0  3 1 1 3 (A)  2 2   (B)  3    (C)   2  (D)  1  0 1  1 0   2  0 3  46. then their exists some c (0. then ( XY )T is equal to (A) XY (B) YX (C) –XY (D) –YX  3 1    45.

R2 .B. The probability that the butterfly ends up on the R square is G Y W R B O (A) 1/4 (B) 1/3 (C) 1/5 (D) 2/5 52. the probability that the owl is still in cage I. is (A) 1/6 (B) 1/3 (C) 2/3 (D) 3/4 49. Water is drained from a vertical cylindrical tank by opening a value at the base of the tank. Assume everyone eventually gets 4 2 4 married and has children. Assume that all birds have equal chance to flying. It is known that the rate at which the water level drops is proportional to square root of water depth y. 4 red candies and 6 blue candies. is 1 2 3 4 (A) (B) (C) (D) 105 105 105 105 50. Candies are randomly drawn out of the jar one-by-one and eaten. A function y=f(x) satisfies the differential equation f ( x). The probability that each room have students from the same school. If it is measured in minutes and 1 k then the times to drain the tank if the water is 4 meter deep to start 15 . A butterfly randomly lands on one of the six squares of the T-shaped figure shown and then randomly moves to an adjacent square. the probability of a couple having exactly four grandchildren is 27 37 25 20 (A) (B) (C) (D) 128 128 128 128 48. where the constant of proportionality k > 0 depends on the acceleration due to gravity and the geometry of the hole.sin 2 x  cos x  (1  sin 2 x) f `( x)  0 with initial condition y(0)=0. R4 . and respectively. R3 . A jar contains 2 yellow candies. and cage II contains 6 parrots. There are 8 students from 4 schools A.The value of f ( / 6) is equal to (A)1/5 (B) 3/5 (C) 4/5 (D) 2/5 53.C. The probability that the 2 yellow candies will be eaten before any of the red candies are eaten. so that each room will have 2 students. as shown one day shalu forgot to lock the both cages and two birds flew from cage I to cage II.D. Page 7 of 25 47. Let these 8 students enter in 4 rooms R1 . is 1 1 1 1 (A) (B) (C) (D) 18 15 24 36 51. with 1 1 1 probabilities . Suppose families always have one. Shalu bought two cages of birds: cage I contains 5 parrots and 1 owl. two or three children. Then two birds flew back from cage II to cage I. 2 students from each school.

The locus of the centre of the circle is a parabola whose I. Write the correct order sequence of the statement in respect of the statement given below. If a variable line parallel to the common axis meet the parabolas in P and P` the locus of the middle point of PP` is (A) a parabola (B) a circle (C) an ellipse (D) a hyperbola 57. The area of the rectangle formed by the perpendicular from the centre of the standard ellipse to the tangent and normal at its point whose eccentric angle is  / 4 is (a 2  b 2 )ab (a 2  b 2 ) (a 2  b 2 ) (a 2  b2 ) (A) (B) (C) (D) a 2  b2 (a 2  b 2 )ab ab(a 2  b 2 ) (a 2  b 2 )ab . length of the latus rectum is 2 2 II. Let g be a differentiable function satisfying  ( x  t  1) g (t )dt  x 4  x 2 for 0 1 12 all x  0 . Axis of symmetry has the equation x+y=1 III. Suppose y=f(x) and y=g(x) are two continuous functions whose graphs intersect at the three points (0. Vertex has the co-ordinates (3/4. is 4 4 4 (A) x 2  4( y  3) (B) x 2  ( y  3) (C) x 2  ( y  3) (D) x 2  ( y  3) 3 3 3 58. F stands for false and T stands for true. 1/4) IV. Page 8 of 25 with is (A) 30 min (B) 45 min (C) 60 min (D) 80 min x 54. The value of  dx is equal to 0 g `( x )  g ( x)  10     (A) (B) (C) (D) 6 3 4 2 55.2) and (4. then it will cut the curve again at an angle 1 1 (A) tan 1 (2 tan  ) (B) tan 1  tan   (C) Cot 1  tan   (D) none 2   2   60. Two unequal parabolas have the same common axis which is the x-axis and have the vertex which is the origin with their concavities in opposite direction. PQ is a chord of parabola x  4 y which subtends right angle at vertex. the 0 0 area between two curves for 0<x<2. If a variable circle is described to pass through the point (1.0) and tangent to the curve y  tan(tan 1 x) . (2. If a normal to a parabola y 2  4ax makes an angle  with its axis. where S is the focus of given parabola.4). is (A) 5 (B) 10 (C) 15 (D) 20 56. Directrix is x-y=0 (A) T F F F (B) F T T F (C) F T T T (D) F T F T 59. If  [ f ( x)  g ( x)]dx  10 and  [ g ( x)  f ( x)]dx  5 .0) with f(x)> g(x) for 0<x<2 4 4 and f(x)<g(x) for 2<x<4. 2 Then locus of centroid of triangle PSQ.

Then the relation is (A) reflexive and symmetric (B) reflexive and transitive (C) symmetric and transitive (D) an equivalence relation 67.   is 5 3 15n (A) an integer (B) a natural number (C) a positive fraction (D) a rational number . then which of the following is a function from A to itself? (A) f1  {( x. An integer m is said to be related to another integer n if m is a multiple of n. If P and Q are represented by the complex numbers z1 and z2 such that 1 1 1 1    then the circumcentre of OPQ (where O is the origin) is z1 z2 z1 z2 z1  z2 z1  z2 z1  z2 (A) (B) (C) (D) z1  z2 2 2 3 65.. A triangle OBQ is made directly similar to the triangle OAM. z3 are 3 distinct complex numbers such that 3 4 5 9 16 25   . y ) : x  y  5} n5 n3 7 68. y ) : y  x} (D) f 4  {( x.. z2 (B) (C) 2 (D) z2 z1 z2 66.. z2 . If A={1. For all n  N.  z13  0 is (A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4 63.  z17  0 and 1  z  z 2  z 3  . y) : x  y  4} (C) f3  {( x. equals | z2  z3 | | z3  z1 | | z1  z2 | z2  z3 z3  z1 z1  z2 (A) 0 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5 64.d n ) has the value equal to n 8 1 1 1 (A) (B) (C) (D) 0 2 2 2 2 62... On the Argand plane point ‘A’ denotes a complex number z1 . where OM=1 as shown in the figure.2. y ) : y  x  1} (B) f 2  {( x.3... If the point B denotes the complex number z2 . Number of values of z (real or complex) simultaneously satisfying the system of equations 1  z  z 2  z 3  . then the value of   . consider the point P with abscissa n on the curve` y 2  x 2  1 .. For each positive integer n. then the complex number corresponding to the point ‘Q” is B(z2) Q(z) A(z1) O 1 1M z1 z z1  z2 (A) z1 . If z1 .. If d n represents the shortest distance from the point P to the line y=x then Lim(n. Page 9 of 25 61.4}..

(B) If a number is not odd. The end A is on the level ground C is the middle point of AB..-8) .. then it is prime (D) If a number is not odd.... If each observation is divided by α and then is increased by 10... Which of the following is always true? (A) ( p  q)   q   p (B)  ( p  q)  p  q (C)  ( p  q )  p   q (D)  ( p  q)   p   q The graph y  px 2  qx  r .P is a point on the level ground..25 (B) 59.. then it is odd (C) If a number is prime. x2  y2 . yn is 3 the standard deviation of n observations x1  y1 .. AB is a vertical pole. then it is not a prime 74. then the mean of the new series is x x  10 x  10 (A) (B) (C) (D)  x  10    73..xn is 4 and another set of n observations y1 .xn  yn is 2 (A) 1 (B) (C) 5 (D) data insufficient 3 72. The portion BC students angle β at P. If the standard deviation of n observation x1 .75 71.. x  R of is plotted in adjacent diagram. y2 . If AP=nAB.5 (C) 59. Given AM=2 and CM=1 Y C A B X O M (0.. Which of the following is the inverse of the proposition “if a number is a prime.. The mean height of 25 male workers in a factory is 61 cm. then tan β = n n n (A) 2 (B) 2 (C) 2 (D) none of these 2n  1 n 1 n 1 70. then it is odd. The combined mean height of 60 workers in the factory is (A) 59.  ( p  q )   p  p is (A) a tautology (B) a contradiction (C) neither a tautology nor a contradiction (D) cannot come to any conclusion 75. and the mean height of 35 female workers in the same factory is 58 cm. then it is odd”? (A) If a number is not a prime. The arithmetic mean of a set of observation is x . Page 10 of 25 69.75 (D) 58.. x2 .

so that a triangle ABC is formed. Page 11 of 25 76. Let p be the x-coordinate of the circumcentre and h be the x co-ordinate of the orthocenter 81. yn ) with integer coordinates such that for all i between 1 and n-1 both exclusive.. (C) The sum of roots of equation px  qx  r  0 is equal to 10. 2 1 The line L2 intersects the line L3 with the gradient at B and L3 intersects 3 L1 at the point C. ) 32 (C) Harmonic mean of roots of the equation px 2  qx  r  0 is 3 (D) The value of q is equal to -3. let tan A=1... 2 (D) The sum of roots of equation px 2  qx  r  0 is equal to 12. Area of the triangle ABC is equal to 3 2 (A) (B) 3 (C) 2 3 (D) 3 2 2 79. y1 ). b). tan B=2. y2 ). The abscissa of the points A. The radius of the circle circumscribing the triangle ABC. 77.7 and 6 respectively. Let  denote the area of the triangle ABC and p be the area of its pedal triangle. y1 ) and end at ( xn .. Which of the following statement (S) is/(are) incorrect? (A) The value of Lim  px  qx  r  is not equal to zero 2 x 8 (B) The inequality px 2  qx  r  0 is true for all x  (6.. for . The value of (sin 2A+sin 2B+sin 2C) is equal to 4 1 2 3 (A) (B) (C) (D) 25 25 25 25 82. ( x2 . If   k p then k is equal to (A) 10 (B) 2 5 (C)5 (D) 2 10 1 A line L1 with gradient 1 intersects a line L2 with gradient at the point A. In a triangle ABC. B and C are 9. Let (a. (B) The value of (4p-r) is equal to 5. The value |p+h| is equal to (A) 8 (B) 10 (C) 12 (D) 14 A path of length n is a sequence points ( x1 . yn ) . ( xn . is equal to 10 5 (A) (B) 5 (C) 10 (D) 2 2 80. either X i 1  xi  1 and yi 1  yi (in which case we say the ith step is rightward) or X i 1  xi  1 and yi 1  yi  1 (in which case we say that the i step is th upward) This path is said to start at ( x1 . tan C=3. Which of the following statement(S) is/(are) correct? (A) The value of (4p-r) is equal to 7. And C=3 78.

y  R with f(1)=6.47) 2  Consider a function. Page 12 of 25 a and b non-negative integers. f ( x)  ln 3/2 (sin x  cos x) for x   o.  3  2 f ( x) 86. ) .100-i)=P(j. denotes the number of paths that start at (0.1  2  2   2   2  89. Number of ordered pairs (i.Then g(x)   (A) is continuous at x  for g  0 2 2  (B) has a removable discontinuity at x  2  (C) g(x) is discontinuous at x  and jump of discontinuity is equal to 2 2  (D) has a non-removable discontinuity at x  2 88. x  . The range of g(x) is 1 1 1 1 (A) (0. ) (B) (6.1 (D)  0. ) (D) [0. The range of f(x). If U  Lim n  f 1    f (1)  and n    n  3 V   f ( x )dx then find 0 90.   2 2  87 The functioning g(x) is defined as g(x)= . b) 10 83. ln 2  (C)  .0) and end at (a. is (A) (0.47) (D) P(5. ln 2   . 1] (B)  0. The sum P  43. 100-j) is (A) 50 (B) 99 (C)( 100 (D) 101 5 85. j) where i ≠ j for which P(i.  2   2 2/3  3     f  x    2  2  e   .f(y) for all x. ) (C) (12.3) is equal to j 1 (A) P(4. The value of Lim 3/2 is x   2   x 2  2 2 (A) is (B) is 1 (C) is (2)3/4 (D) non existent 3 3 2/3 3     f ( x)  x  0. 4    P(49  j.18) (B) P(3. The value of  p(i.49) (C) P(4.10  i ) is i0 (A) 1024 (B) 512 (C) 256 (D) 128 84. Suppose f : R  R  be a differentiable function and satisfies 3 f(x +  1  y)=f(x).

(D)   . Only one of the keys will open the door 96. is equal to 0 (A) 0 (B) 4 (C) -4 (D) -1 Suppose you have 10 keys and you wish to open a door and try the keys one at a time. is (A) 96 (B) 112 (C) 120 (D) 126 Let f(x) be a monic polynomial of degree 3 having extremum at 1 x . trial. Which of the following statement is correct? 1  (A) f(x) is increasing function on  . Both the circles C1 and C2 pass through the focus of the parabola 98. is (A)2 ln 2 (B) ln 2 (C) 6 ln 2 (D) 8 ln 2 92. Page 13 of 25 91. ) 1 (D) f`(x) is decreasing on  . is given by 4 1 1 1 9 1 (A) (B) (C) (D) C5 . 2 10  10  10  10  10 Tangents are drawn to the parabola y 2  4 x from the point P(6. Radius of the circle C2 is (A) 5 5 (B) 5 10 (C) 10 2 (D) 210 . 2) and positive on (2.5) to touch the parabola at Q and R. is (A) 1 (B) 3 (C) 5 (D) 9 2 95. The value of the product UV. Number of distinct real roots of the equation f(f(x))=0. The value of definite integral   f ( x)   f ( x)  dx .1 and f(2)=0 3 93.1  3  1 (B) f`(x) has a local maximum at x  3 (C) f(x) is negative on (.   10 10 5 2  10   10  97. Area of the ∆PQR equals 1 1 (A) (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) 2 4 99. C1 is a circle which touches the parabola at Q and C2 is a circle which touches the parabola at R.   .   3  94. is given by 4 4 1 1 9 1  9 1 (A) (B) (C) 10 C5 . If you eliminate each unsuccessful trials then the probability that the door gets opened on the 5th.   . If you do not eliminate the each unsuccessful trial from the remaining keys then the probability that the door gets opened on the 5th trial. The value of U. randomly until you open the door.

statement 2 is false (D) Statement 1 is false. statement 2 is true and statement 2 is correct explanation for statement 1. statement 2 is true. statement 2 is true and statement 2 is NOT the correct explanation for statement 1. If all the terms in the sequence are equal and non-zero. (C) Statement 1 is true. statement 2 is true statement 2 is correct explanation for statement 1. Page 14 of 25 100. (C) Statement 1 is true. Statement 2: The locus of all point P(x. The common chord of the circles C1 and C2 passes through the (A) incentre of the ∆PQR. x3 are non-zero real numbers such that 3( x12  x2 2  x32  1)  2( x1  x2  x3  x1 x2  x2 x3  x3 x1 ) then x1 . statement 2 is true. x3 are in A.P. Statement 1: If x1 . 103. Consider the curves y2 C1 : x 2   a 2 and C2 : xy 3  C 3 Statement 1: C1 and C2 are orthogonal curves Statement 2: C1 and C2 intersect at right angles everywhere wherever they intersect. (B) circumcentre of the ∆PQR (C) centroid of the ∆PQR (D) othocentre of the ∆PQR 101. then which of the following is (are) correct? (A) The value of tan  16   cot  16  is equal to 2 2   (B) The value of cos ec  24  is equal to 6  2 . (B) Statement 1 is true. which form an equilateral triangle. Statement 1: There lies exactly 3 points on the curve 8 x3  y 3  6 xy  1 . x2 . statement 2 is true and statement 2 is NOT the correct explanation for statement 1. statement 2 is false (D) Statement 1 is false. 104. statement 2 is false (D) Statement 1 is false.P as well as in G. (B) Statement 1 is true.P as well as in G. (B) Statement 1 is true. statement 2 is true and statement 2 is NOT the correct explanation for statement 1. x2 .P Statement 2: A sequence is in A. y) satisfying 8 x3  y 3  6 xy  1 consists of union of a straight line and a point not on the line (A) Statement 1is true. statement 2is true and statement 2 is correct explanation for statement 1. statement 2 is true. (A) Statement 1is true. (A) Statement 1is true. 102. (C) Statement 1 is true. Let   n denotes the interior angles (in degree) of a regular polygon of side n.

5 (D) The value of Cos( 5 )  cos( 10 ) is equal to 2   3 105. is unity. A3 .... 109..0) x x (A) (B) y y (0. Then which of the following alternative (S) 7 7 7 is/are incorrect? 1 3 3 7 3 3 (A)  E  (B)  E  1 (C) 1  E  (D)  E  2 4 4 4 2 2 106.0) (0... where p and q are real. then the value of the common ratio of the progression such that (4 g 0 2  5 g3 ) is 2 minimum equals 5 108. Which of the following statement (S) is (are) correct? (A) Sum of the reciprocal of all the n harmonic means inserted between a and b is equal to n times the harmonic mean between two given numbers a and b. A1 . For which of the following graphs of quadratic expression y  ax 2  bx  c. be are in A.P. Page 15 of 25 (C) The value of Cot ( 8 )  sec(  6 ) is equal to 1. (B) Sum of the cubes of first n natural number is equal to square of the sum of the first n natural numbers.. x3  px 2  qx  1  0 form an increasing G.0) x x (C) (D) 107.. A2 n . A2 . 2n (C) If a. then (A) p + q=0 (B) p  (-3. If the roots of the equation.P then  Ai  n(a  b) i 1 (D) If the first term of the geometric progression g1 . ∞) (C) one of the roots is unity (D) one root is smaller than 1 and one root is greater than 1.. Let E  cos 2  cos 2  cos 2 . then product abc is positive? y y (0.0) (0. Difference between the sum of the squares of the first fifty even natural numbers and the sum of the square of the first fifty odd natural numbers . g3 . g 2 .

whose diameter lies on the side c. Let f(x) =  and g ( x)  2 tan 1 (e x )  for all x  R. g ( x)  2 tan 1 x  1 x  113. Page 16 of 25 is equal to x (A) The value of the expression y  1  x 1  ( x  1) 1  ( x  2)( x  4) where 2 x=100 (B) f(100) where f(1) =1 and f(x)=x+f(x-1) (C) the sum of all such friendly natural numbers which lie in the interval (0. g ( x)  1  x2 1 2 2 (B) f ( x)  sgn(cot x). where ‘m’ defines a friendly natural number satisfying the inequality mx 2  4 x  3m  1  0 .{bn }. where sgn x denotes signum function of x. Let {an }. for every x  R (D) Sum of the reciprocals of all the 100 harmonic means if these are inserted between 1 and 1/100 110. g ( x)  sec x  tan x. In a ∆ABC. g ( x)  cos 1  2  0    x 1  2x  (D) f(x) = sin 1  2  . Which of the following pair(S) of function is (are) identical ? x (A) f(x)=sin (tan 1 x). a semicircle is inscribed.{cn } be sequences such that (i) an  bn  cn  2n  1 (ii) anbn  bn cn  cn an  2n  1 (iii) anbn cn  1 and (iv) an  bn  cn then which of the following is/are correct ? an 1 an an an (A) lim  (B) lim  2 (C) nlim  0 (D) nlim  2 n  n 2 n  n  n  n  /4 114.2 then which of the 0 following hold(S) goods? .   x 2 1   ln  cos1  2     x 1    x2  1  (C) f(x) = e  . Let I n   (tan x) n dx and let J n  (1) n I 2 n for n=0.101).1. If x is the length of the angle bisector through angle C then the radius of the semicircle is abc  (A) 2 (B) 4 R (sin A  sin B) x C 2 s( s  a)( s  b)( s  c) (C) x sin (D) 2 s  x2  4 if | x |  3  111. then 5 sgn | x  3 |. if | x |  3 2 which of the following is (are) correct? (A) fog(x) is an even function (B) gof (x) is an even function (C) gog (x) is an odd function (D) fof (x) is an odd function 112.

118. Two of the three coins are selected at random and tossed. They are painted blue on the tail side and red on the head side. If the probability that both the coins land up with sides of the same colour is . No mater whether they land heads or tails. Page 17 of 25 1 (1)n (A) I n  I n 2  (B) J n  J n 1  for n  1 n 1 2n  1 1 un (C) If u  tan  then I n   du (D) lim J n  0 0 1 u2 x   115. c (C) Suppose an urn contains ‘w’ white ‘b’ black balls and a ball is drawn from it and is replaced along with ‘d’ additional balls of the same colour. The probability that the second drawn ball is white is independent of the value of ‘d’. Let L1 be a line parallel to L and passing through origin. The probability that fifth key fits the lock is 1/10.f`(c)=0  (D) Minimum value of f is  2 116. So. Which of the following is (are) correct? (A) The value of (+) is equal to 5 x 1 y 1 z 1 (B) Equation of straight line L1 is   1 1 1 (C) Equation of the plane perpendicular to the plane P and containing line L1 is x-2y+z=0. ) B(-1. C2 and C3 . Consider a plane P passing through A(. bisecting BC and makes equal angles with the coordinate axes.3. There are three coins C1 . C2 are C3 are biased coins so that the probability of a head is p. C1 is a fair coin painted blue on the head side and white on the tail side.t.5. A function f is defined by f ( x)   cos t cos ( x  t )dt . the third coin is equally likely to land either the same way or oppositely. 0  x  2 then which of the 0 following hold(S) good? (A) f(x) is continuous but not differentiable in (0. He tries them in a door one by one discarding the one he has tried.2) (B) Maximum value of f is  (C) There exists atleast one c  (0.10) and a straight line L with positive direction cosines passing through A. (B) Let 0<P(B)<1 and P(A/B)=P  A / B  then A and B are independent.2) and C(7. Two of them atleast must land the same way. 2) s. the chance that all the three coins land the same way is ½. (D) A man has ten keys only one of which fits the lock. Now a second ball is drawn from it.3. (D) Area of triangle ABC is equal to 3 2 117. Which of the following statement (S) is/are correct? (A) 3 coins are tossed once.

100] satisfying the e  b (b  1)(b  2) inequality  0 is (S) 5050 (b  1)(b 2  2b  2) (D) The sum of all such friendly (T) 5051 natural numbers m which lie in the interval (0. PQ is double ordinate of the parabola y 2  8 x .0) (B) focus at (10.0) (C) length of latus rectum equals 8 (D) equation of directrix is x=6 120. If 0     / 2 then the number . 122.0) (C) a parabola with directrix as x-7=0 (D) a parabola having tangent at its vertex x=8 121. is (B) sum of all natural numbers (Q) 5048 x2  5x  4 satisfying the inequality 1 x2  4 and not greater than 100. Then the equation ( px 2  qy 2  r )(4 x 2  4 y 2  8 x  4)  0 represents (A) two straight lines and a circle. If the normal at P intersect the line passing through Q and parallel to axis of x at G. (D) a circle and an ellipse. (C) a hyperbola and a circle.101).  x  R 2 123. Let p and q be non-zero real numbers.314] is k. then the locus of G is a parabola with (A)vertex at (8. when p=q and r is of sign opposite to that of p. is (C) sum of all the possible natural (R) 5049 values of b in [1. Column I Column II (A)If the sum of all the solution of (P) 4950 for the equation tan 33x  cos 2 x  1 2 lying in the interval [0. then the value of k. (B) two circles. where ‘m’ satisfies the inequality mx  4 x  3m  1  0. If from the vertex of a parabola y  4 x a pair of chords be drawn at right 2 angles to one another and with these chords as adjacent sides a rectangle be made. Page 18 of 25 29 then the possible values (S) of p can be 96 1 3 5 7 (A) (B) (C) (D) 8 8 8 8 119. Column I Column II (A) Consider the triangle pictured (P) 20 shown. q are of the opposite sign. then the locus of the further end of the rectangle is (A) an equal parabola (B) a parabola with focus at (9. when p and q are of opposite sign and r≠ 0. when p and q are unequal but of same sign and r is of sign opposite to that of p. when r=0 and p.

If AB=AC=40 and BC=64 then the distance from A to Q equals a/b. If the perimeter of the triangle x  y cos z  is where z ε (0. x. H is the intersection of AD and BE. (Q) 23 point D. Let F ( x)  f (e ) and x G ( x)  e f ( x ) .If f`(1)= e3 and G `(0) f(0)=f `(0) =3 then is equal to F `(0) (D) Let f(x)=max. the length of AH is (C) In ∆ABC.90) then the value of x+y+z equals (T) 52 124. (cos x. B and C onto BC. 4a]  R be an (R) 3 even function such that f ( x)  f (4a  x) x [2a. let f: [-4a. then the value of (a+b) equals (D) A triangle has base 10 cm long (S) 43 and the base angles of 50 and 70 . a circle with centre (R) 40 Q is inscribed. Column I Column II (A) Let f be a real valued differentiable (P) 4 function on R such that f `(1)=6 and f ` (2)=2 Then is f (3cos h  4sin h  2)  f (1) Lim is equal to (Q) 5 h0 f (3e h  5sec h  4)  f (2) (B) For a>0. If sin A=3/5 and BC=39. 4a ] and f (2a  h)  f (2a) Lim  4 then h 0 h f (h  2a)  f (2a) Lim is equal to h 0 2h (C) Suppose f is a differentiable (S) 2 function on R. AC and AB respectively. E and F are the feet of the perpendiculars from A. 2x-1) (T) 1 where x  0 Then the number of . Page 19 of 25 of integral value of c is A 17 c  C B 19 (B) In an acute angled triangle ABC.

if x  0 (R) differentiable and has 2   0. Column I Column II (A) Number of points of non- (P) 0 differentiability of the function 3 f ( x)  x( x  1) e x  1 . z0 ) with x0 2  y0 2  z0 2  0. then area of the 2 triangle is (p. if x  0 (A) f(x)= x (P) continuous everywhere but   0. if x  0 derivative is discontinuous at x=0   sin x  ln 1  (C) u (x)=    . is (C) if the angles B and C of (R) 4   a triangle ABC are and 6 4 respectively. Column I Column II  1  ln(1  x 3 ) sin . y0 . x  3 on x  (. where (Q) 3 α  (0. ε N). if x  0 (B) g(x) = x (Q) differentiable at x=0 but   0. if x  0 not differentiable at x = 0  2 1  ln (1  x) sin . The value of (p+q) is . ) is equal to (B) Number of values of α . and the included p q side is 3  1 . q. if x  0 continuous derivative 2x 2 (D) v (x) = Lim tan 1  2  (S) continuous and t 0  t  differentiable at x=0 126. Page 20 of 25 points of non-differentiability of f(x) is equal to 125.2) for which the system of x  (sin  ) y  (cos  ) z  0 equations x  (cos  ) y  (sin  ) z  0  x  (sin  ) y  (cos  ) z  0 has a solution ( x0 .

 / 2) is (B) A closed vessel tapers to a point (Q) 13 both at its top E and its bottom F and is fixed with EF vertical when the depth of the liquid in it is x cm. the volume of the liquid in it is x 2 (15  x) cu.cm. Page 21 of 25 1 (D) If f ( x)  a cos ( x)  b. b  I. f `    (S) 5 2 3 2 2 and  f ( x)dx   1 then the value 3  2 12 of (sin 1 a  cos 1 b) is equal to  (T) 6 127. then f(2) equals a (C) If  (2  x  x 2 )dx . b] where a. Column I Column II g (x) dt (A) If f ( x)   where (P) 3 0 1 t3 cos( x ) g ( x)   (1  sin t 2 )dt then the 0 value of f’ ( / 2) (B) If f(x) is a non-zero differentiable (Q) 2 x 2 function such that  f (t )dt   f  x   0 for all x. then the (S) 9 value of (a 2  b 2 ) is equal to . The length EF is (C) If Rolle ’s Theorem is applicable to (R) 10 ln x the function f ( x)  ( x  0) over the x interval [a.   a has sin x 1  sin x atleast one solution on the interval (0. Column I Column II (A) The least value of ‘a’ for which (P) 20 4 1 the equation. (a<b) maximum (R) 1 b then (a+b) is equal to sin 2 x b (D) If Lim  3  a  2   0 then (S) -1 x 0  x x  (3a+b) has the value equal to 128.

t the ∆ABC. b. then w.B and C are a.v of the orthocenter of the triangle is       abc (D) Let a.B and C are a.r.t the triangle ABC.t the ∆ABC. then w. P is its 130. Positions vectors of its angular    points A.r. If an  unknown vectors x satisfies the equation. Page 22 of 25 129.CB and PB.  b  c   0 and  c  a  . Column I Column II P is point in the plane of the triangle (P) centroid    ABC. B and C respectively such that the vector     V  PA  PB  PC is a null vector then w. If | a  b || b  c || c  a | then p. b.r.v.t the ∆ABC.r. b and c       respectively. b and c respectively. AC vanishes. P is its (D) If P is a point in the plane of the (S) Circumcentre triangle ABC such that the scalar product     PA. If  b  c  .                       a x b a  b x  c b  c x  a c  0 Then x is given by .  c  a   0. b and c respectively with respect to P as the origin. Column I Column II    (A) centre of the parallel piped whose (P) a  b  c    3 coterminous edges OA.’s are    abc (C) let ABC be a triangle the position (R) 3    vectors of its angular points are a. p is its (C) If P is a point inside the ∆ABC such (R) Incentre     that the vector R  ( BC )( PA)  (CA)( PB)  ( AB)( PC ) is a null vector then w. Pv’s of A. b and c respectively where O is the origin is    abc (B) OABC is a tetrahedron where ‘O’ is the (Q) 2 origin. c be 3 mutually perpendicular (S) 4 vectors of the same magnitude. c are the position vectors of (Q) orthoicentre the three non collinear points A. P is its (B) If a. Segments joining each vertex with the centroid of the opposite face are concurrent at a point P whose p.OB and OC have    position vectors a.

is a constant. The coordinates of the middle point of T and G are (B) Variable chords of the parabola passing (Q) (3.     then h in terms of a. C .0) parabola which intersect at a point E on the axis. g and h respectively. The coordinate of the point K are (C) All variable chords of the parabola (R) (6. c. If position vectors of A.G      and H are a. B. can be (B) A curve for which the length of (Q) Parabola the subnormal at any of its point is equal to 2 and the curve passes through (1. b. orthocentre is H and circumcentre is the origin. b and c is equal to 131.2) can be . Match the properties given in Column I with the corresponding curves given in the column II Column I Column II (A) The curve such that product of (P) Circle the distances of any of its tangent from two given points is constant.0) subtending a right angle at the origin are concurrent at the point (D) AB and CD are the chords of the (S) (12.0) through a fixed point K on the axis. Consider the parabola y 2  12 x Column I Column II (A) Tangent and normal at the extremities (P) (0. The radical axis of the two circles described on AB and CD as diameter always passes through 132. such that sum of the squares of the reciprocals of the two parts of the chords through K.0) of the latus rectum intersect the x axis at T and G is respectively. Page 23 of 25 (e) ABC is a triangle whose centroid is G.

The curve can be 1) b 2) a 3) a 4) b 5) a 6) d 7) c 8) c 9) a 10) b 11) c 12) a 13) d 14) a 15) d 16) a 17) b 18) c 19) c 20) a 21) b 22) a 23) c 24) c 25) d 26) a 27) a 28) b 29) b 30) d 31) c 32) a 33) a 34) a 35) c 36) b 37) a 38) c 39) d 40) a 41) b 42) a 43) d 44) d 45) d 46) b 47) a 48) d 49) a 50) b 51) a 52) d 53) c 54) c 55) c 56) a 57) b 58) c 59) b 60) a 61) a 62) a 63) a 64) b 65) c 66) b 67) d 68) d 69) a 70) a 77) a 76) a b 71) d 72) c 73) d 74) c 75) c 78) b 79) a 80) c d c d 81) c 82) b 83) a 84) c 85) a 86) a 87) d 88) d 89) a 90) c 91) d 92) c 93) a 94) b 95) a 96) d 97) a 98) b 99) c 100) a 104) a 107) a 108) a 110) a 103) b 105) b 106) b 109) a 101) a 102) a b c b b c d c c d d d c 113) a 118) a 119) a 120) a 115) b 116) b 111) a 112) b b 114) c 117) c b b b c c c c c d d c c c d d d d d d 121) a b c d 122. . The curve can be (D) A curve passes through (1. (C) S. (B) Q.4) (R) Ellipse and is such that the segment joining any point P on the curve and the point of intersection of the normal at P with the x-axis is bisected by the y-axis. Page 24 of 25 (C) A curve for passes through (1. (D) R.2) is (S) Hyperbola such that the length of the normal at any of its point is equal to 2. (A) P.

(C) R. (A)P (B) Q (C) R(D) T 127. (B) S. (A)R. (A)S (B) P(C) R(D) Q 130. (A) Q. Page 25 of 25 123. (A) S (B) R(C) R(D) Q 128. (A)P. (B) T.Q.S (B) Q(C) R(D) P ******** . (D) S 125. (A) S (B) R(C) P(D) Q 129. (A) R. (C) S.S (B). (A)Q (B) S(C) R(D) Q (E) P 131. (A) Q (B) R(C) S(D) P 132. (D) 126.S (C)P. (D) R 124.