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1) f ( x) 3 2x 21 x

log (0.3x 1)

2) f ( x) =

x2 + 2 x + 8

3) f ( x) log1/ 3 log 4 [ x ] ( 2

5 )

1

4) f ( x) =

x 1 12 x 11

x2 2 x 3

5) f ( x) = ( x + 0.5)

log(0.5+ x)

4x2 4x 3

f ( x)

5

3sin

1 2

x

+

( 7 x + 1)!

6) x 1 x +1

2

1

7) f ( x) (x

12

x9 x4 x +1 ) 2

2x 1

8) f ( x) log x + 4 log 2 ÷

2 3+ x

9) f ( x) sex 1

x2 x + 1 ,where [.] denotes the greatest integer functions.

1

f ( x) =

10) x 1 5

11) The domain of f(x) = log 7 log 5 log 3 log 2 (2x 3 + 5x2 – 14x) is –

1 1 1

(A) 4, (2, ) (B) 3, ÷

(2, ) (C) 3, ÷

(2, ) (D) None of these

2÷ 2 2

12) The domain of f(x) = logx sin x is –

(A) (2n , (2n 1) ) but n 1 non-negative integer

(B) (n , (2n 1) )

(C) (2n ,(2n 1) / 2) but n 1 non-negative integer

(D) None of these

log 2 (x + 3)

13) The domain of definition of f(x) = is –

x 2 + 3x + 2

(A) R \{–1, –2} (B) (–2, ) (C) R\{–1, –2, –3} (D) (–3, ) \ {–1, –2}

1

14) The domain of the function y = log | sin x | is –

1

15) The domain of f (x) = is –

x 1

ln ÷

2

(A) (1,3) (3, ) (B) ( 1,3) (3, ) (C) ( ,3) (3, ) (D) None of these

f(x) = 24–xC3x–1 + 40–6xC8x–10 is –

(A) {2, 3} (B) {1, 2, 3} (C) {1, 2, 3, 4} (D) None of these

1 |x|

17) The domain of definition of f(x) = 2 |x|

is –

(A) ( , ) [2, 2]

(B) ( , ) [ 1,1]

(C) [ 1,1] ( , 2) (2, )

(D) None of these

(A) [0, 2] (B) [–1, 1] (C) [–1, 2] (D) [1, 2]

1 3

(A) (2np, p + 2np) (B) 2n , + 2n

÷ ÷ (C) [2np, p + 2np] (D) 2n , 2n+

2 2÷

3x 2 7 x + 8

20) The domain of definition of the function , f (x) = arc cos where [ *]

1 + x2

denotes the greatest integer function, is :

(A) (1, 6) (B) [0, 6) (C) [0, 1] (D) (- 2, 5]

21) Domain of definition of the function f (x) = log 10·3x 1

2

9x 1

1 + cos (1 x ) is

(A) [0, 1] (B) [1, 2] (C) (0, 2) (D) (0, 1)

28

(A) (–¥, –3] (B) (–¥, –3 ]È[8, ¥) (C) , ÷ (D) none

9

x 5 1

23) The domain of the definition of the function f(x) = sin-1 2

÷

+ [ log10 (6 x)] is :

(A) (7, 7) (B) (- 7, - 3) È (- 3, 7)

(C) [- 7, - 3] È [3, 5) È (5, 6) (D) (- 3, 3) È (5, 6)

cot 2 x tan 2 x

log 1 ÷ + log 1 ÷ is

2

2 cos ec 2 x + 5 2

3 sec 2 x + 5

2

(C) R – {np, (2n + 1) , n Î I} (D) none

2

3x 4x

25) Domain of definition of the function f (x) = is

x 2 3x 4

(A) (– ¥, 0] (B) [0, ¥)

(C) (– ¥, –1) È [0, 4) (D) (– ¥, 1) È (1, 4)

3x 2 7 x + 8

26) The domain of definition of the function , f (x) = arc cos where [ *] denotes

1 + x2

the greatest integer function, is :

(A) (1, 6) (B) [0, 6) (C) [0, 1] (D) (- 2, 5]

arc cot x

27) The domain of the function f(x) = , where [x] denotes the greatest integer not

x2 2

[x ]

greater than x, is

(A) R (B) R - {0}

(C) R - { ± n:n I +

{0}} (D) R - {n : n Î I}

28) Which of the following function(s) have no domain?

(A) f(x) = logx – 1(2 – [x] – [x]2) where [x] denotes the greatest integer function.

(B) g(x) = cos–1(2–{x}) where {x} denotes the fractional part function.

(C) h(x) = ln ln(cosx)

1

(D) f(x) =

sec -1 ( sgn ( e x

))

ANSWER KEYS

1 1 1 3

4) R {(0,1) {1, 2......,12} (12,13)} 5) ,

2 2 2

,1

2

, ÷

n

6)

7

,n I, 1 n 6÷ `7) ( , ) 8) ( 4, 3) ( 4, )

9) ( , 0] [1, ) 10)

11) A 12) D 13) D 14) A

15) A 16) A 17) C 18) C

19) B 20) A 21) C 22) A

23) C 24) C 25) C 26) A

27) C 28) ABCD

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