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 DPP ALL CHAPTERS

 ANSWERS
MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 24
DPP No. 1 Max. Time : 24 min.

Topics : Straight Line, Determinant, Fundamentals of Mathematics, Trigonometric Ratio

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q. 1, 2, 3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Short Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.4, 5, 6, 7, 8 (3 marks, 3 min.) [15, 15]

1. The solution set of x  (–, ) for the inequality sin 2x + 1  cos x + 2 sin x is :

  5    5 
(A) x  [0, /6] (B) x   ,   {0} (C) x    ,  (D) none of these
6 6   6 6 

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2. If the lines x2 + 2xy – 35y2 – 4x + 44y – 12 = 0 and 5x + y – 8 = 0 are concurrent, then the value of
is. (A) 0 (B) 1
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a 2 1 ab ac
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ba b 2 1 bc
3. If D = then D =
ca cb c 2 1

(A) 1 + a2 + b2 + c 2 (B) a2 + b2 + c2 (C) (a + b + c)2 (D) none

Solve the following equations and inequalities :

x 2  4x  4
4. > 0.
2x 2  x  1

x 2  7 | x | 10
5. <0
x 2  6x  9

x 2  5x  4
6. 1
x2  4

7. Which is greater ? sin (cos 1) or cos (sin 1).

 x
8. Solve for x : log2  sin  < – 1.
 2 

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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 24
DPP No. 2 Max. Time : 24 min.

Topics : Fundamentals of Mathematics, Circle, Quadratic Equation, Determinants

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q. 1, 2, 3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]

Short Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 (3 marks, 3 min.) [15, 15]

1. The integral values of x for which x2 + 7x + 13 is perfect square are

(A) – 4, 5, 2 (B) – 3, – 2 (C) – 4, – 3, – 2 (D) – 4, – 3

2. Two equal circles of radius R are touching each other externally . If a smaller circle of radius ' r ' is
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touching both of these circles as well as their direct common tangent , then the ratio r : R is :

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3. If the equation sin4 x – (k + 2) sin2 x – (k + 3) = 0 has a solution then k must lie in the interval :

(A) (– 4, – 2) (B) [– 3, 2) (C) (– 4, – 3) (D) [– 3, – 2]

4. Show that x4 + 4 is prime for only one value of x  N

5. Find the range of values of x for which the equaiton [x]2 + x 2 = 13 holds true.

(Here [x] denotes the greatest integer just less than or equal to x and x  denotes the least integer just
greater than or equal to x)

6. Find the locus of the middle points of chords of the circle x2 + y2 = a2 which subtend a right angle
at the point (c , 0).

b2  c 2 ab ac
7. Show that  = ab c  a2
2
bc = 4a2b2c2
2 2
ca cb a b

bc b 2  b c c2  b c
8. Prove that a 2  a c a c c2  a c = (ab + bc + ca)3.
2 2
a  ab b  ab a b

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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 29
DPP No. 3 Max. Time : 29 min.

Topics : Complex Number, Sequence & Progression, Permutation & Combination, Fundamentals of
Mathematics, Quadratic Equation
Type of Questions M.M., Min.
Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q. 1, 2, 3, 4 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Short Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q. 5, 6, 7 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

1. If z1, z2, z3 are the vertices of the ABC on the complex plane and are also the roots of the equation
z3 – 3z2 + 3z +  = 0 then the condition for the ABC to be equilateral triangle is :
(A) 2 =  (B)  = 2 (C) 2 = 3 (D)  = 32

2. The sum of first 100 terms common to the series 17, 21, 25,.... & 16, 21, 26.... is

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How many seven digit number is to be formed
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(B) 9 P7 (D) 96
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(A) 4.7! (C) 7!

4. The complete solution set of the equation x8 – x5 + x2 – x + 1 > 0 is given by


(A) 0 < x < 1 (B) – 1 < x < 1 (C) x > 1 (D) x  R.

5. If the inequality sin2x + a cosx + a2  1 + cosx holds for any x  R, find the range of values of a .

6. If ,  are the roots of the equation ax2 + bx + c = 0. Find the quadratic equation whose roots are
(a+ b)–2, (a + b)–2.

3
  1 x   1 x 
 2 – 1 log   . Also state whether the solution
7. Find the solution of the equation, 2log9     27   – 4
 2   4  
   

is rational or irrational.

8. Match the column


Column –  Column – 
(A) The number of integral solutions of the inequality (p) 4

(e x  1) ( x  2) ( x  1)7
0 (q) 5
(nx  1) ( x  3) ( x  5)

(C) Number of solution of sgn (sgn sin x) = 0 (r) 3


in x  [–2, 2]

(D) Number of solution of x = tan x in x  (–, ) (s) 1

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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 30
DPP No. 4 Max. Time : 31 min.

Topics : Fundamentals of Mathematics, Quadratic Equation, Function

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q. 1, 2, 3, 4 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Short Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q. 5, 6 (3 marks, 3 min.) [6, 6]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q. 7 (4 marks, 5 min.) [4, 5]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

1. The graph of y = f(x) is given below

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(A)

(B)

(C)

(D) none of these


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2. If (x – a) (x – 5) + 2 = 0 has only integral roots where a , then value of ‘a’ can be :

(A) 8 (B) 7 (C) 6 (D) 5

3. If x2 – (a – 3) x + a = 0 has atleast one positive root then

(A) a  (–, 0)  [7, 9] (B) a  (–, –1)  [7, )

(C) a  (–, 0)  [9, ) (D) none of these

4. If log4(x + 2y) + log4 (x – 2y) = 1, then the minimum value of |x| – y is

(A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5

5. For what values of a does the equation 2 log32 x – |log3 x| + a = 0 possess four solutions ?
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6. If ab is irrational then prove that a  b irrational.(where a > 0, b > 0, a, b  Q)


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7. Prove that , [x] + [5 x] + [10 x] + [20 x] = 36 k + 35 , k   does not have any real solution .
Here [.] denotes greatest integer function.

8. Match the column

Column –  Column – 

(A) Number of roots of the equation sin x = n x (p) 1

(B) Number of integral solution (q) 2

of the inequality ||x–2|–3|  0

(C) Number of distinct real roots (r) 3

of the equation x3 – 3x + 2 = 0

(D) Absolute value of the sum of the coefficients of the (s) 4

quotient when x5 – 4x2 + 2x + 1 is divided by (x – 1)

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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 27
DPP No. 5 Max. Time : 31 min.

Topics : Inverse Trigonometric Function, Fundamentals of Mathematics, Quadratic Equation

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q. 1, 2, 3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
True or False (no negative marking) Q. 4 (2 marks, 2 min.) [2, 2]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q. 5, 6, 7, 8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [16, 20]

 1 1 1
1. cos  sin  cos 1  =
 2 3

3 8  3 8 3 8
(A) (B) (C) (D) 0
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(A) 0 (B) ab (C) a–b (D) None of these


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 1
3. tan  tan 1 5  cot 1  =
 3 

4 4 3
(A) (B) – (C) (D) not defined
7 7 7

4. State true or false


 
(i) tan–1 1 (ii) cos–1 0 = 1 (iii) sin–1 = not defined
4 2

1 1
(iv) tan–1x = cot–1 (v) cosec–1x = sin-1 , |x|  1
x x

5. For what values of a  R does the equation ax2 + x + a – 1 = 0 possess two distinct real roots x1 and

1 1
x2 satisfying the inequality  >1?
x1 x 2

6. Find the value of k if product of two of the roots of the equation


x4 – 37x3 + kx2 + 808x – 1984 = 0 is 62

2
 x 
7. Find the number of real solutions of the equation x2 +   =8
 x  1

 
8. Which is greater or tan–1
3 3

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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 31
DPP No. 6 Max. Time : 30 min.

Topics : Inverse Trigonometric Function, Fundamentals of Mathematics, Quadratic Equation

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1, 2, 4, 5 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.3 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
Short Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.6, 7 (3 marks, 3 min.) [6, 6]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q. 8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

 a2 a3 
1. If sin 1  a    ...  cos 1 (1  b  b 2  ...)   / 2 , then the value of 'a' and 'b' may be
 3 9 
1
(A) a = –3 & b = 1 (B) a = 1 & b = –1/3 (C) a = 6 & b  (D) none of these
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If sum of the roots of the quadratic equation, a x2 + b x + c = 0 is 12, then the sum of the roots of the
equation, a (x + 1)2 + b (x + 1) + c = 0 is :
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(A) 9 (B) 10 C (C) 12 (D) 14
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3. In the quadratic equation x2 + (p + iq) x + 3i = 0 , p & q are real . If the sum of the squares of the roots
is 8 then :
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(A) p = 3, q =  1 (B) p = 3, q = 1 (C) p =  3, q =  1 (D) p =  3, q = 1

 n  2
4. If cos–1   > , then the minimum and maximum values, of integer n are respectively
 2   3
(A) – 6 and – 3 (B) – 6 and – 4 (C) 3 and 6 (D) 4 and 6
–1 –1
5. Solve for x, if [cos x] = [sin x] (where [.] represents greatest integral part function).
(A) [–1 , cos 1) (B) (cos 1 , sin 1) (C) [ – 1, sin 1) (D) [sin1, 1]
6. Spot in which step there is error
  
If f(x) = sin–1x + cos–1x + tan–1x, so f(x) = + tan–1x Since – an–1x <
< tan
2 2 2

 0 < tan–1x + <  0 < f(x) < 
2
2
 x2  2
7. Find the set of all values of ‘a’ for which the equation, (1  a)  2  – 3a x  4a = 0 have real
 x  1 2
x 1
 
roots.
8. Match the following

Column -  Column - 

(A) The minimum value of f(x) = |x – 4| + |x – 6| + |x – 2| is (p) 1


(B) The total number of solution/solutions of |x| = |cosx| is/are (q) 2

(C) The total number of real roots of equation x + x  1  x = 1 is (r) 3

(D) Number of distinct normal form (3, 2) to the parabola y2 = 4x is (s) 4


(t) 0
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 29
DPP No. 7 Max. Time : 31 min.

Topics : Fundamentals of Mathematics, Trigonometric Ratio, Inverse Trigonometric Function,


Quadratic Equation

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Comprehension (no negative marking) Q.1 to Q.3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q. 4, 5, 6 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q. 7, 8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [8, 10]

COMPREHENSION (1 to 3)

Consider the equation 2|x + 1| – 2x = |2x – 1| + 1

1. The least value of x satisfying the equation is


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3. Number of composite numbers less than 20 which are coprime with 4 satisfying the given equation
is/ are
(A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5

4. If sin  = 5 sin ( + ), then tan ( + ) =

sin  sin  sin  cos 


(A) (B) (C) (D)
cos   3 cos   3 cos   5 sin   5

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5. The number of solutions of the equation 2 sin–1 x 2  x  1 + cos–1 ( x 2  x ) = is
2
(A) 0 (B) Infinite (C) 2 (D) 4

 2x 
6. If 2 tan–1x + sin–1   is independent of 'x' then
 1 x2 

(A) x  (– , –1]  [1, ) (B) x  [–1, 1]


(C) x  (– , 1] (D) x R

7. Find the sum to n terms of the series

 1  3 1   4 1 
Sn = cot–1  2 2   + cot–1  2  2  + cot–1  2  3  + ........ up to n terms
 2  2   2 

8. Find the values of 'a' for which the equation,


(x2 + x + 2)2 – (a – 3) (x2 + x + 2) (x2 + x + 1) + (a – 4) (x2 + x + 1)2 = 0 has at least one solution.
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 32
DPP No. 8 Max. Time : 32 min.

Topics : Matrices, Fundamentals of Mathematics, Inverse Trigonometric Function

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (3 marks, 3 min.) [15, 15]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.6 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q. 7 (4 marks, 5 min.) [4, 5]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

1. The matrix A has x rows and (x + 5) columns. The matrix B has y rows and (11 – y) columns. Both
AB and BA exist. The values of x and y are
(A) 8, 3 (B) 3, 4 (C) 3, 8 (D) 8, 8

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 3 2
  2 1  2  
2. If the matrix X satisfies the equation  + 2X =    1 4 , then 'X' equals
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 0 1 3
4 3    
 3 1
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 6 4  6 4  6 2  7 2
(A)   (B)   (C)   (D)  
 6 2  6 3   6 3  2 5

x 2 1 0 
 
3. Let A =  2 2x  1  and f(x) = Tr(A). The minimum value of f(x) for x > 0 is
4 5 24 / x 
 

(A) 12 (B) 16 (C) 20 (D) 24

2 1 3 4  3  4
4. Let three matrices A =  ;B=   and C =   , then
4 1 2 3   2 3 

 ABC   A(BC)2   A(BC)3 


tr(A) + tr   + tr   + tr   + .........  =
 2   4   8 
   

(A) 6 (B) 9 (C) 12 (D) none of these

5. tan–1n, tan–1(n + 1) and tan–1(n + 2), n  N, are the angles of a triangle if n =


(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) none of these

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6. The equation logx + 1 (x – 0.5) = logx – 0.5 (x + 1) has
(A) no real solution (B) no prime solution (C) an irrational solution (D) no composite solution

n  
1  1  (k  1)(k  2)(k  1)k  = 120  , find the value of .
7. If nlim
  cos  k(k  1)  
k2  

8. Number of integral values of x satisfying the inequality

Column –  Column – 

(A) logx 2 (2 – x) < 0 (p) 2

(B) (ex – 1) (x3 – x2 + 9x – 9) < 0 (q) 0

| x | ( x  4)
(C) <0 (r) 3
log( x  2)
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 28
DPP No. 9 Max. Time : 30 min.

Topics : Inverse Trigonometric Function, Matrices, Fundamentals of Mathematics


Type of Questions M.M., Min.
Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q. 7 (4 marks, 5 min.) [8, 10]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

1. Value of cos–1 (cos 12) – sin–1 (sin 12) is


(A) 0 (B)  (C) 8 – 24 (D) 8 – 32

2 3 12
2. Find the value of  where  = sin–1 + cos–1 + sec–1 ( 2 )
4 4

  
(A) 0 (B) (C) (D)
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(A) skew-symmetric matrix
(C) symmetric
C (B) singular
(D) zero matrix
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2 , i  j
4. If A = [aij]3 × 3, such that aij = 0 , i  j , then 1 + log1/2 (|A||adj A|) is equal to

(A) –191 (B) –23 (C) 0 (D) does not exists

 1 2 0
5. If A =  1 1 2 , then det (Adj (Adj A)) =
 2  1 1

(A) 13 (B) 132 (C) 134 (D) none of these

6. The polynomial P(x) = x3 + ax2 + bx + c has the property that the mean of its zeros, the product of its
zeros, and the sum of its coefficients are all equal. If the y-intercept of the graph of y = P(x) is 2, then
the value of b is
(A) – 9 (B) 5 (C) – 11 (D) 1

2x 2  2x  3
7. We call 'a' a good number if the inequality  a is satisfied for some real values of x.
x2  x  1
(a) Prove that 4 is a good number. (b) Find all good numbers.

8. Match the column


Column –  Column – 
and {.} represent the greatest integer and fractional part functions respectively.

(a) Number of solutions of [x] = cos–1x (P) 3


(b) Number of solutions of sin-1x = sgn(x) (Q) 2
2
(c) Number of solutions of {x} = e x (R) 1

sin 1 x  cos 1 x
(d) Number of solutions of = {x} (S) 0
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 30
DPP No. 10 Max. Time : 30 min.

Topics : Inverse Trigonometric Function, Matrices & Determinants, Function, Fundamentals of Mathematics

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1, 2, 3, 4 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.5, 6 (5 marks, 4 min.) [10, 8]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q. 7, 8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [8, 10]
1. The number of values of k for which the linear equations
4x + ky + 2z = 0
kx + 4y + z = 0
2x + 2y + z = 0
has a non-zero solution is :
(A) 3 (B) 2 (C) 1 (D) zero

 1 x2 
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 –1  –1
2. Total number of solution of the equation cos  2  = sin x is/are

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(A) one (B) two (C) three (D) four
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4. If A is 4 × 4 matrix and if | A | adj(| A | A ) = |A|n , then n is


(A) 11 (B) 13 (C) 17 (D) 19

 1 2 2
 
2 1 2
5. If A =  , then
2 2 1

1
(A) A–1 = (A – 43) (B) A2 – 4A – 53 = 0 (C) A2 is invertible (D) A 3 is non invertible
5

6. Suppose a1, a2, ........ real numbers, with a1  0. If a1, a2, a3, ....... are in A.P. then

 a1 a2 a3 
 
(A) A = a 4 a5 a6  is singular
a5 a6 a7 

(B) the system of equations a1x + a2y + a3z = 0, a4x + a5y + a6z = 0, a7x + a8y + a9z = 0 has infinite
number of solutions

 a1 ia 2 
(C) B = ia 
a1  is non singular
 2
(D) none of these

7. Find the integral solutions of the equation [x] [y] = x + y. Show that all the non-integral solutions lie on
exactly two lines. Determine these lines. Here [ .] denotes greatest integer function.

1 1 1
8. If x + y + z = 12 and x2 + y2 + z2 = 96 and + + = 36. Find the value of (x3 + y3 + z3).
x y z

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DPP No. 11 Max. Time : 26 min.

Topics : Inverse Trigonometric Function, Set & Relation, Fundamentals of Mathematics, Matrices &
Determinants, Quadratic Equation

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1 to Q. 7 (3 marks, 3 min.) [21, 21]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q. 8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [4, 5]

1. Number of solutions of the equation


 1   1  1 
tan–1   = tan–1   + tan
an–1  2 
 a  1  x
   a  x  1 
(A) one (B) Two (C) Three (D) Zero

3 2 3 1

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2. Let the matrix A and B be defined as A =   and B =   , then the value of Det.(2A9B–1) is
2 1 7 3 
a
(A) 2 (B) 1
Cl(C) – 1 (D) – 2
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3. If the quadratic equations, ax2 + 2cx + b = 0 and ax2 + 2bx + c = 0 (b  c) have a common root, then
a + 4b + 4c is equal to :
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(A)  2 (B)  2 (C) 0 (D) 1

4. Number of triplets (x, y, z) satisfying sin–1 x + cos–1 y + sin–1 z = 2, is


(A) 0 (B) 2 (C) 1 (D) infinite

 1  4  16  6
5. The matrix X for which  X =  
3  2  7 2 

 1 2
 2 4  5 5  6 2  16  6
(A)   (B)   3 1 (C)  11 2 (D)  
 3 1   2   7 2 
 10 5

6. Let R = {(3, 3), (6, 6), (9, 9), (12, 12) (6, 12), (3, 9), (3, 12), (3, 6)} be relation on the set A = {3, 6, 9, 12}.
The relation is-
(A) reflexive and transitive only (B) reflexive only
(C) an equilvalence relation (D) reflexive and symmetric only

7. Let A = {1, 2}, B = {0} then which of the following is correct


(A) number of possible relations from A to B is 2º =1
(B) number of void relations from A to B is not possible
(C) number of possible relations from A to B are 4
(D) number of possible relations are equal to 2n(A) + n(B)

log3 ( x 2  3 x  7)
8. Find out the values of 'a' for which any solution of the inequality, < 1 is also a solution
log3 (3 x  2)
of the inequality, x2 + (5 – 2a) x  10a.

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DPP No. 12 Max. Time : 25 min.

Topics : Inverse Trigonometric Function, Set & Relation, Fundamentals of Mathematics, Matrices &
Determinants, Quadratic Equation, Trigonometric Ratio

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Comprehension (no negative marking) Q.1 to Q.3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q. 4, 5, 6, 7 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.8 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]

COMPREHENSION (FOR Q.NO. 1 TO 3 ) :


A polynomial P(x) of third degree vanish when x = 1 & x =  2. This polynomial have the values 4 & 28
when x =  1 and x = 2 respectively.

1. One of the factor of P(x) is


(A) x + 1 (B) x – 2 (C) 3x + 1 (D) none of these
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(A) – 32 (B) 100 C (C) 32 (D) 0
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3. If i =  1 , then P(i) is
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(A) rational (B) purely imaginary (C) imaginary (D) irrational

4. If n(A) = 110, n(B) = 300, n(A – B) = 50, then n(A B) equals
(1) 350 (B) 410 (C) 160 (D) 460

5. The sum of

7  19   39   67 
cot–1   + cot–1   + cot–1   + cot–1   ....... is equal to
4  4   4   4 
(A) tan–1 4 (B) tan–1 3 (C) tan–1 2 (D) None of these

 1 tan x 
6. If A =   , then AT A–1 =
  tan x 1 

cos 2x  sin 2x   cos 2x sin 2x 


(A)   (B)  
 sin 2x cos 2x    sin 2x cos 2x 

 sin 2x cos 2x 
(C)   (D) None of these
cos 2x sin 2x 

4 5 
7. Let cos( + ) = and sin( – ) = , where 0  ,   . Then tan 2 =
5 13 4

56 19 20 25
(A) (B) (C) (D)
33 12 7 16

8. If the cubic polynomials x3 + ax2 + 11x + 6 and x3 + bx2 + 14x + 8 may have a common factor of the
form x2 + px + q, then
(A) a + p = b + q (B) ap < bq (C) pq divides ab (D) p + q divides a + b.
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DPP No. 13 Max. Time : 45 min.

Topics : Fundamentals of Mathematics, Sequence & Series, Trigonometric Ratio, Matrices &
Determinants, Binomial Theorem, Straight Line, Permutation & Combination, Complex Number,
Circle, Ellipse, Set & Relation

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1 to Q.13 (3 marks, 3 min.) [39, 39]
Assertion and Reason (no negative marking) Q.14, 15 (3 marks, 3 min.) [6, 6]

1. The equation esinx – e–sinx – 4 = 0 has :


(A) infinite number of real roots (B) no real roots
(C) exactly one real root (D) exactly four real roots

 1 0 0  1 0

sses
     
2 1 0  0  and Au =  1 , then u + u is
Let A = 
2.
a
. If u1 and u2 are column matrices such that Au1 =
Cl
 3 2 1 0 2 0 1 2
     
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equal to:
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  1   1   1  1
       
1 1 1 1
(A)   (B)   (C)   (D)  
0   1 0   1
       

3. If n is a positive integer, then  3  1 2n


–  3  1
2n
is :

(A) an irrational number (B) an odd positive integer


(C) an even positive integer (D) a rational number other than positive integers

4. If 100 times the 100th term of an AP with non zero common difference equals the 50 times its 50th term, then
the 150th term of this AP is :
(A) – 150 (B) 150 times its 50th term
(C) 150 (D) zero

5. In a PQR, if 3 sin P + 4 cos Q = 6 and 4 sin Q + 3 cos P = 1, then the angle R is equal to :

5   3
(A) (B) (C) (D)
6 6 4 4

6. If the line 2x + y = k passes through the point which divides the line segment joining the points (1, 1) and
(2, 4) in the ratio 3 : 2, then k equals :

29 11
(A) (B) 5 (C) 6 (D)
5 5

7. Assuming the balls to be identical except for difference in colours, the number of ways in which one or
more balls can be selected from 10 white, 9 green and 7 black balls is :
(A) 880 (B) 629 (C) 630 (D) 879
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z2
8. If z  1 and is real, then the point represented by the complex number z lies :
z 1
(A) either on the real axis or on a circle passing through the origin.
(B) on a circle with centre at the origin.
(C) either on the real axis or on a circle not passing through the origin.
(D) on the imaginary axis.

9. Let P and Q be 3 × 3 matrices P  Q. If P3 = Q3 and P2Q = Q2P, then determinant of (P2 + Q2) is equal to :
(A) – 2 (B) 1 (C) 0 (D) – 1

10. The length of the diameter of the circle which touches the x-axis at the point (1, 0) and passes through the
point (2, 3) is :
10 3 6 5
(A) (B) (C) (D)
3 5 5 3

11. Let X = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5}. The number of different ordered pairs (Y, Z) that can formed such that
Y X, Z  X and Y  Z is empty, is :
(A) 52 (B) 35 (C) 25 (D) 53

12.
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An ellipse is drawn by taking a diameter of the circle (x – 1)2 + y2 = 1 as its semi-minor axis and a diameter
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of the circle x2 + (y – 2)2 = 4 is semi-major axis. If the centre of the ellipse is at the origin and its axes are the
C
coordinate axes, then the equation of the ellipse is :
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(A) 4x2 + y2 = 4 (B) x2 + 4y2 = 8 (C) 4x2 + y2 = 8 (D) x2 + 4y2 = 16


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13. A line is drawn through the point (1, 2) to meet the coordinate axes at P and Q such that it forms a triangle
OPQ, where O is the origin. if the area of the triangle OPQ is least, then the slope of the line PQ is :

1 1
(A) – (B) – 4 (C) – 2 (D) –
4 2

14. Statement-1 : The sum of the series 1 + (1 + 2 + 4) + (4 + 6 + 9) + (9 + 12 + 16) + .... + (361 + 380 + 400)
is 8000.

n
3
Statement-2 :  (k  (k  1)3 )  n3 , for any natural number n.
k 1

(A) Statement-1 is false, Statement-2 is true.


(B) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is true; statement-2 is a correct explanation for Statement-1.
(C) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is true; statement-2 is not a correct explanation for Statement-1.
(D) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is false.

15. Statement-1 : An equation of a common tangent to the parabola y2 = 16 3 x and the ellipse 2x2 + y2 = 4

is y = 2x + 2 3 .

4 3
Statement-2 : If the line y = mx + , (m  0) is a common tangent to the parabola y2 = 16 3 x and the
m
ellipse 2x2 + y2 = 4, then m satisfies m4 + 2m2 = 24.
(A) Statement-1 is false, Statement-2 is true.
(B) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is true; statement-2 is a correct explanation for Statement-1.
(C) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is true; statement-2 is not a correct explanation for Statement-1.
(D) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is false.
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DPP No. 14 Max. Time : 28 min.

Topics : Inverse Trigonometric Function, Matrices & Determinants, Fundamentals of Mathematics,


Trigonometric Ratio, Function, Quadratic Equation

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3,4,5,6 (3 marks, 3 min.) [18, 18]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [8, 10]

1. The set of values of a for which x2 + ax + sin–1 (x2 – 4x + 5) + cos–1 (x2 – 4x + 5) = 0


has at least one solution is
(A) ( – , – 2 ]  [ 2 , ] (B) ( – , – 2 )  ( 2 , )
(C) R (D) none of these
2. If A is a square matrix of order 3 such that |A| = 2, then |adj A–1| is :
1 1

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(A) 2 (B) 4 (C) (D)
4
a
3.
 2
If A =   2
  6 Cl
 1
  , B =   5  , C =  1 are such that AB = C, then absolute value of |A| is
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1 2 1
(A) (B) –30 (C) (D)
6 27 36

4. If sin2 x + sin x = 1, then cos12x + 3 cos10 x + 3 cos8 x + cos6 x – 1 is equal to


(A) 1 (B) 0 (C) –1 (D) none of these

5. Domain of the function f(x) = log  sin 1 x 2  3 x  2  is


 

 3 5 3 5 
(A) (–, –2)  (–1, ) (B)   , 

 2 2 

 3  5   3 5
(C)  ,  2     1,  (D) none of these
 2   2 
 

6. If tan  , tan  , tan  are the roots of the equation x3  px2  r = 0 , then the value of
(1 + tan2) (1 + tan2) (1 + tan2) is equal to
(A) (p  r)2 (B) 1 + (p  r)2 (C) 1 (p  r)2 (D) none of these

7. Find the domain of the following


sin x
(i) f(x) = x  x 1 (ii) f(x) =
1  sec 2 x
(iii) f(x) = log2 log|x+1| ( x  3 ) (iv) f(x) = sin–1 (x2 – x – 1) + tan-1 (x2 – 5x + 6) + logx–2 |x2 – 9|

4 x  19 4 x  17
8. (i) Find the largest integral value of x which satisfies the inequality < .
x5 x3
x2
(ii) Solve for x : >–1
1  2x
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DPP No. 15 Max. Time : 28 min.

Topic : Function

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Comprehension (no negative marking) Q.1 to Q.3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.4,5,6 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [8, 10]

COMPREHENSION (FOR Q.NO. 1 TO 3)

If graph of a given function y = f(x) is as follows,

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1. The range of given function is


(A) [–3, 3] (B) [–4, 6] (C) [–1, 1] (D) [0, 3]

2. The length of longest interval for which the given function in one one
(A) 1 unit (B) 2 unit (C) 3 unit (D) 4 unit

3. Which of the following change in given curve does not represent a function
(A) y = f(|x|) (B) y = |f(x)| (C) |y| = f(x) (D) y = |f(|x|)|

4. Domain of the function f(x) = cos(sin x ) + sin–1 (x2 – 1) is

(A) [– 1, 1] (B) [– 2, 2]

(C) [–, – 2 ][ 2 , ] (D) [– 2, 2]

5. Let f(x) = [9x – 3x + 1] for all x  (–, 1], then the range of f(x) is ; ([ . ] denotes the greatest integer
function)
(A) {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7} (B) {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6}
(C) {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7} (D) {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6}

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 2 1  2 1
6. The range of the function f(x) = sin–1  x   + cos–1  x  2  , where [ . ] is greatest integer function.
 2  

   1  
(A)  ,  (B) 0,   (C) {} (D)  0, 
2   2  2

7. Find the range of the following functions .


(i) f(x) = 4 tan x . cos x (ii) g(x) = 9 cos 3x - 12 cos 3 3x

(iii) h(x) = cos (2 sin x) (iv) y = x  x2

8. If f be a function defined on the set of non-negative integers and taking values in the same set.
Given that, where [.] denotes greatest integer function

x  f (x) 
(i) x  f (x) = 17    70   for all non-negative integers
17   70 
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DPP No. 16 Max. Time : 33 min.

Topics : Function, Inverse Trigonometric Function


Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.4 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.5,6,7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [16, 20]

1
1. Range of the function f(x) = tan–1 [ x ]  [  x ] + 2 | x | + is :
x2
(where [.] is the greatest integer function)

1  1 1  1 
(A)  ,   (B)   U [2,  ) (C)  , 2 (D)  , 2
4  4 4  4 

escos x + sin x + tan x


ass(B)
2. Which of the following functions is periodic
(A) cos2 x + sin x3 + tan (x4)
(C) cos2 x2 + sin x3 + tan4 x
l 2

C (D) cos 2x + sin 3x + tan 4x


3 4
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Let f : R  0 ,   defined by f(x) = tan–1 (x2 + x + a), then the set of values of 'a' for which f is onto
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3.
 2
 
is
1  1
(A) [0, ) (B)  ,   (C) (D) (0 , )
4  4

sin x | cos x |
4. If x  [0, 2], then y = ,y= are identical functions for x 
| sin x | cos x

   3   3 
(A)  0,  (B)   ,   (C)  ,  (D)  , 2 
 2 2   2   2 

x x
5. If A is domain of f(x) = n tan–1 ((x3 – 6x2 + 11x – 6) (x) (ex – 8)) and B is the range of g(x) = sin2 + cos .
4 4
Then find A  B.

6. Classify one-one, many-one, into, onto function of the following functions


x2
(i) f(x) = x|x| , f : [–1, 1]  [–1, 1] (ii) f(x) = , f:RR
x2  1
x–2
(iii) f(x) = , f : A  B, where A = R – {3}, B = R – {1}
x–3

 4  4  4   4  1  2n
1  
7. Prove that the equality 1   1   1   .............  (2n  1)2  = 1  2n holds true for any
 1  9   25   
natural n.

8. Solve for x, if cot –1 (x) + cot –1 (17 – x) = cot –1 (3).


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DPP No. 17 Max. Time : 34 min.

Topics : Function, Quadratic Equation


Type of Questions M.M., Min.
Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.4,5,6 (5 marks, 4 min.) [15, 12]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.7 (4 marks, 5 min.) [4, 5]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

1. Suppose f is a real function satisfying f(x + f(x)) = 4f(x) and f(1) = 4. Then the value of f(21) is
(A) 16 (B) 21 (C) 64 (D) 105

x
ex  e
2. Let f be a real valued function defined by f(x) = x
, then the range of f(x) is :
ex  e
(A) R (B) [0, 1] (C) [0, 1) (D) 0 , 12 
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3. If f(x) = –
x|x|
, then f–1(x) equals
Cl
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1 x2
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|x| |x| x |x|


(A) 1 | x | (B) (sgn (–x)) 1 | x | (C) – (D) (sgn(x)) 1| x|
1 x

 y y
4. If f  2x  , 2x   = xy, then f(m, n) + f(n, m) is
 8 8 
(A) depends over m and n both (B) periodic and odd function
(C) constant number (D) even function

| sin x |  | cos x |
5. The period of function is
| sin x – cos x |  | sin x  cos x |
 2
(A)  (B) (C) 2 (D)
2 3

21
 r 
6. If  f  11  2x  = constant  x  R and f(x) is periodic, then period of f(x) is
r0

1
(A) 1 (B) (C) 2 (D) 4
11

7. For what values of 'a' the equation x2 – x(1 – a) – (a + 2) = 0 has integral roots.

8. Column - I Column - II
 
(A) f : R  ,   and f(x) = cot–1 (2x–x2 –2), then f(x) is (p) one-one
4 
(B) f: R  R and f(x) = eax sinbx where a,b, R+, then f(x) is (q) into
+ 2
(C) f : R  [2, ) and f(x) = 2 + 3x , then f(x) is (r) many-one
(D) f: X  X and f(f(x)) = x  x X, then f(x) is (s) onto
(t) invertible
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 34
DPP No. 18 Max. Time : 36 min.

Topics : Fundamental of Mathematics, Function, Limits

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.4 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.5,6,7 (4 marks, 5 min.) [12, 15]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

1. Total number of positive integers x for which f(x) = x3 – 8x2 + 20x – 13 is a prime number, is
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4

2. Let f be a real valued function such that for any real x


f(15 + x) = f (15 – x) and f (30 + x) = – f (30 – x)
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Then which of the following statements is true ?
(A) f is odd and periodic
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(C) f is even and periodic (D) f is even but not periodic
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3. Which of the following functions is not periodic, where [ . ] denotes greatest integer function
(A) f(x) = 1[x] + (–1)[x] (B) g(x) = 1[5x] + (–1)[5x]
[x] [x]
(C) h(x) = 2 – (–2) (D) (x) = 1[x] – (–1)[x]

4. Which of the following statements are true for the function f defined for  1  x  3 in the figure
shown.

Limit
(A) x1 f(x) = 1

Limit
(B) x2 f(x) does not exist

Limit
(C) x1 f(x) = 1

Limit Limit
(D) x0 f(x) = x0 f(x)

(E) Limit
xc f(x) exists at every c between  1 & 1

(F) Limit
xc f(x) exists at every c between – 1 & 0.

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5. Find the fundamental period of the functions

   
(i) f(x) = sin  2x   + 2sin  3x   + 3sin5x
 3   4 

   
(ii) f(x) = sin  x  + cos x 
3  4 

Min f ( t ) : 0  t  x ; 0  x  1
6. If f(x) = 4x3  x2  2x + 1 and g(x) =  then find the value of
 3x ;1  x  2

 1 3 5
g  + g  + g  .
4 4 4

7. Identify the indeterminate forms (if any) in the following limits :

Lim sin x 3
(i) x 0
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2
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Lim sin [ x ]
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(ii) x 0 ; [.] represents the greatest integer function


[x2 ]
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Lim 2
(iii) x 0 x [sin x ] ; [.] represents the greatest integer function

1
Lim cos ec x
(iv)
x  0 cot 1 x

Lim cos ec 1 x
(v) x  0
cot 1 x

1 x 1
8. Let f(x) = x + and g(x) = .
x x2
Match the composite function given in Column–I with respective domains given in Column–II.
Column I Column II

(A) fog(x) (p) R – {–2, –5/3}

(B) gof(x) (q) R – {–1,0}

(C) fof(x) (r) R – {0}

(D) gog(x) (s) R – {–2, –1}

(t) R – {– 1}

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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 28
DPP No. 19 Max. Time : 30 min.

Topics : Fundamentals of Mathematics, Function, Limits

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2 (3 marks, 3 min.) [6, 6]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.3 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
Assertion and Reason (no negative marking) Q.4 (3 marks, 3 min.) [3, 3]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.5,6,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [12, 15]
True or False (no negative marking) Q.7 (2 marks, 2 min.) [2, 2]

1. The solution set of the inequality max {1 – x2, |x – 1|} < 1 is


(A) (–, 0)  (1, ) (B) (–, 0)  (2, ) (C) (0, 2) (D) (– 1, 1)

 h (tanlnaº )s=ses
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2. If h(x) = log10 x, then the value of
n 1
C
(A) 1 (B) 0 (C) – 1 (D) none of these
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3. If f = sin |cos x|, g = cos |sin y|, then


(A) least value of f + g is cos 1 (B) greatest value of f + g is sin 1

(C) period of g is (D) greatest value of f + g is 1 + sin 1
2

4. In both the statements [.] represents greatest integer function.

3 3  3
STATEMENT-1 : The greatest value of sin  x  [ x ]  is sin .
2 2  2
STATEMENT-2 : The greatest value of [sin x] is 1, where x  R.
(A) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is a correct explanation for Statement-1.
(B) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is NOT a correct explanation for Statement-1
(C) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is False
(D) Statement-1 is False, Statement-2 is True

5. Solve for x : (|x| – 5) (|x – 1| – 1) < 0

6. Evaluate the following limits

sin x 4  x 4 . cos x 4
(i) lim 4 (ii) lim (1 + 2 cosx)2
x 0 x 4 (e 2 x  1  2x 4 ) x 0 

 x  3
7. The function, x  1  3 x  3  4 5  x and sin –1   have identical domains . [True or False]
 2 

8. If f(x) is non - zero polynomial function such that f(2x) = f (x) f (x), then f(x) = _______ .

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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 33
DPP No. 20 Max. Time : 37 min.

Topics : Fundamentals of Mathematics, Function, Limits

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,4 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.3,5,6,7 (4 marks, 5 min.) [16, 20]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

x 1
1. If f(x) = , then f(f(ax)) in terms of f(x) is equal to
x 1
f ( x)  1 f (x)  1 f ( x)  1 f (x)  1
(A) (B) (C) (D)
a( f ( x )  1) a( f ( x )  1) a( f ( x )  1) a( f ( x )  1)

2. If f(x) = ((sgn x)sgn x)n ; n is an odd integer. Then


(A) f(x) is an odd function (B) f(x) is an even function
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(C) f(x) = 0 (D) none of these

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2  1   2   2010 
3. Let f(x) = for real numbers x. Evaluate : f   +f   + ...... + f  .
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x
4 2  2011   2011   2011 
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4. In which of the following functions, range is singleton set.


(A) f(x) = [x] + [–x] (B) f(x) = {x} + {– x} (C) f(x) = sgn(x) (D) f(x) = x  [ x ]  
where [x], {x} and sgn(x) are greatest integer function, fractional part function and signum function respec-
tively.

x
1  sin  1  x sin x – cos 2x 
2  
5. Evaluate (i) xlim (ii) xlim
0  
 x x x  tan 2 ( x / 2) 
cos  cos  sin 
2 4 4

6. 
Solve the inequality : 2 log23 x  3 log3 x  8  2 log 2
3x  3 log3 x  6  3. 
| x 3 – 6 x 2  11x – 6 |
7. Let f(x) = . Find the set of points 'a' where xlim f(x) does not exist.
x 3 – 6 x 2  11x – 6 a

8. Column -  Column - 
(A) Lim [sin | x | – | x | ] = (p) 0
x 0

 x 
(B) Lim   = (q) 1
x  0  [ x] 

 1 
(C) Lim  x    = (r) Does not exist
1
x  x 
2

 [ x] 
(D) Lim x  = (s) –1
 
x  –1
( where [ . ] denotes greatest integer function)
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 31
DPP No. 21 Max. Time : 38 min.

Topics : Fundamentals of Mathematics, Function, Limits

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1 (3 marks, 3 min.) [3, 3]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.2,3,4,5,6,7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [28, 35]

1. Given x2 – xy + y2 = 4 (x + y – 4), where x, y both are real numbers. The number of pairs (x, y)
satisfying the equation is
(A) only one (B) only two (C) three (D) None of these

2. Evaluate

cos 2  cos 2x
(i) nlim (2n + 3n)1/n (ii) xlim
 1
x2  | x |
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tan 3 x n(1  3 x ) 3
x  x  x x 3
(i) xlim
0 –1 2 3
5 x (ii) Lim
(tan x ) (e – 1) x 1
x3  1
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x
x2 
4. (a) lim   is equal to
x  x 2  4 x  3
 

(b) lim [x] (where [.] denotes greatest integer function) is equal to
x 2

 lim x 
(c)  x 2  (where [.] denotes greatest integer function) is equal to

1 1 1
5. Solve  = {x} + , where [.] denotes greatest integral function and {x} denotes fractional part of x.
[ x] [2x] 3

 x 0  x 1
6. (a) Whether function f(x) =  is invertible ? If yes, then find its inverse.
3  x 1  x  2
(b) If Domain of f(x) is [, 3) & g(x) =  + x + sin x, then find domain of f(g(x)).

7. Evaluate :

2  x 40 4  x 5 1  cos 3 x n(1  2x )  2 n (1  x )


(i) xlim (ii) Lim (iii) Lim
 2  x 45 x 0 x sin x cos x x 0 x2

8. Evaluate

x 2 2 2 x – x 2 .2 x 1  x 2 ( x  1) 4  ( x  1) 4
(i) xlim (ii) xlim
0
cos 2x – 4 cos x  3  ( x  1) 4  ( x  1) 4
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DPP No. 22 Max. Time : 35 min.

Topics : Fundamentals of Mathematics, Function, Limits


Type of Questions M.M., Min.
Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3,4 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.5,6,7 (4 marks, 5 min.) [12, 15]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]
nx
1. Range of the function f(x) = is
x
 2  1
(A) (– , e) (B) (– , e2) (C)   ,  (D)   , 
 e  e

2. Let tan (2 |sin |) = cot (2 |cos |), where   R and f(x) = (|sin | + |cos |)x, x  1.
Then range of f(x) does not include
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4
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lass
sin 1 | sin x |  cos 1 | cos x | is
(A) {0} 
(B) 0,  / 2 C
 (C)  0,   (D) none of these
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f ( x )  g( x )
4. If f(4) = g(4) = 2, f(4) = 9, g(4) = 6, then xlim
4
is equal to
x 2
3
(A) 3 2 (B) (C) 0 (D) does not exists
2
5. Evaluate :

(i) Lim

cot 1 x  1  x  (ii) Lim
n

 1 r 2
r
x 
  2x  1  x  n 
r 1  r4
sec 1   
 x  1  
 
 sin ax 2
 2
; x0
 x
6. Let f(x) =  3 1 . For what values of a, f(x) is continuous at x = 0 ?
 ; x0
 4 4a

7. Find all values of the parameter ‘a’ for which the inequality 4x – a2x – a + 3  0 is satisfied by at least
one real x.
8. Column -  Column - 
(A) Lim [sin sinx] =
–1
(p) –2
x/2

(B) Lim [tan–1x] = (q) 0


x

Lim 1 – sin 2x
(C)  = (r) 1
x  – 4x
4

(D) Lim  sin | x |  = (s) does not exist.


 x 
x  0
 
( where [ . ] denotes greatest integer function)
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DPP No. 23 Max. Time : 35 min.

Topics : Continuity & Derivability, Function, Limits, Quadratic Equation, Trigonometric Ratio

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2 (3 marks, 3 min.) [6, 6]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.3 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.4,5,6,7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [20, 25]

a cos x  cos bx
1. If f(x) = , x  0 and f(0) = 4 is continuous at x = 0, then the ordered pair (a, b) is
x2
(A) (± 1, 3) (B) (1, ± 3) (C) (–1, –3) (D) (–1, 3)

2. Let A = {9, 10, 11, 12, 13} and f : A  N be a function defined as f(x) = Highest prime factor of x. Then
number of elements in the range of f(x) is :-
(A) 5 (B) 4 (C) 3 (D) None of these
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3. Which of the statements(s) is/are INCORRECT ? lass
C
(A) If f + g is continuous at x = a, then f and g are continuous at x = a.
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(B) If Lim (f g) exists, then Lim f and Lim g both exists.


s.
x a x a x a
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(C) Discontinuity at x = a  non existences of limit


(D) All functions defined on a closed interval attain maximum or a minimum value in its interval.

4. Evaluate

cos( xe x )  cos( xe  x )
(i) Lim (ii) xlim
0 (cos ax )
cos ec 2bx
x 0
x3

5. Evaluate :
1/ x
x  2a  x  2a  e x ln( 2 x 1)  ( 2 x  1) x sin x 
lim  
(i) xLim (ii) x  0   
2a
x 2  4a 2  e x ln x 

6. Find the sum of an infinite geometric progression whose first term is the limiting value of the function

 
sin x  
 6 
f(x) = at x = and whose common ratio is the limiting value of the function
3  2 cos x 6

sin( x )1/ 3 n (1  3 x )
g(x) = 1/ 3
as x  0+.
(arctan x )2  e 5 . x  1
 

tan 70 º  tan 20 º 2 tan 40 º


7. Find the exact value of the expression .
tan 10 º

8. Find all values of a for which the inequality (a – 3) x2 – 2ax + 3a – 6 > 0 is satisfied for all values of x.

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DPP No. 24 Max. Time : 30 min.

Topics : Limits, Straight Line, Continuity & Derivability, Function, Sequence & Series

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3,4 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.5,6 (5 marks, 4 min.) [10, 8]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [8, 10]

 1 
  cot { x }  x
1. Lim 2  (where {.} and sgn(.) denotes fractional part function and signum function
x 0 
sgn ( x )  cos x

respectively) is equal to :
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(A) 2 (B) 1 lass(C) 0 (D) does not exist
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[ x]2 2
lim [ x ] = m, then
2. Let xlim 2 =  and
0
x x 0
x2

(A)  exists but m does not (B) m exists but  does not
(C)  and m both exist (D) neither  nor m exists

2 sec 2 x  2 sec x  1
3. Least value of function f(x) = is :
sec 2 x  sec x  5

1 2 5
(A) 2 (B) (C) (D)
5 19 7

4. Through the centriod of an equilateral triangle a line parallel to the base is drawn. On this line, an arbitrary
point P is taken inside the triangle. Let h denote the distance of P from the base of the triangle. Let h1 and
h2 be the distance of P from the other two sides of the triangle, then
(A) h is the H.M. of h1, h2 (B) h is the G.M. of h1, h2
(C) h is the A.M. of h1, h2 (D) none of these

5. Given two straight lines x – y – 7 = 0 and x – y + 3 = 0. Equation of a line which divides the distance
between them in the ratio 3 : 2 (internally) can be :
(A) x – y – 1 = 0 (B) x – y – 3 = 0 (C) y = x (D) x – y + 1 = 0

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0 , xZ
6. If f(x) = [x], g(x) =  2 , then (where [.] is greatest integer function)
x , x  (R – Z )

(A) xlim
 1 g(x) exists but g(x) is discontinuous at x = 1

(B) xlim
 1 f(x) does not exist and f(x) is not continuous at x = 1

(C) gof is continuous function


(D) g(x) is discontinuous at all integer points

7. Let f(x) = cosec 2x + cosec 22 x + cosec 23 x + ..........+ cosec 2n x , x   0,   and g(x) = f(x) + cot 2n x.
 2


(cos x )g( x )  (sec x )cos ecx if x0

If H(x) =  p if x  0 . Find the value of p, if possible to make the function H(x)
 e x  e  x  2 cos x
if x0
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 x sin x

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729 x  243 x  81x  9 x  3 x  1


8. (i) If Lim = K(n3)3, then find the value of k.
x 0 x3

1
(1  a 3 )  8 e x
(ii) If Lim 1
= 2, where a, b  R, then find the possible ordered pair (a, b).
x0
2
1  (2  b  b ) e x

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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 27
DPP No. 25 Max. Time : 28 min.

Topics : Limits, Straight Line, Continuity & Derivability

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Comprehension (no negative marking) Q.1 to Q.2 (3 marks, 3 min.) [6, 6]
Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.3,4 (3 marks, 3 min.) [6, 6]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.5 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
True or False (no negative marking) Q.6 (2 marks, 2 min.) [2, 2]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [8, 10]

COMPREHENSION (FOR Q.NO. 1 TO 2)

 1 
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If f(x) = maximum  cos x, , {sin x }  , 0  x  2, where { . } represents fractional part function, then
2
 
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1. Number of points of discontinuity of f(x) is


(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4
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2. Number of points where f(x) is not differentiable is


(A) 4 (B) 5 (C) 6 (D) 7

3. Consider a function f(x) : R R and if Lim


x  a [f(x)] does not exist, where [ ] denotes greatest integer

function, then

(A) Lim
x  a f(x) will never exist (B) f(x) may be continuous at x = a

(C) Function will not have a tangent at x = a (D) None of these

4. The angle between straight lines joining the origin and intersection points of the straight line bx + ay = ab
and circle x2 + y2 = ax + by is

   
(A) (B) (C) (D)
3 4 6 2

5. Two consecutive vertices of a rectangle of area 10 unit2 are (1,3) and (–2, –1). Other two vertices are

(A)   3 , 21  ,   18 , 1  (B)   3 , 21  ,   2 , 11 
 5 5   5 5  5 5   5 5

 2 11   13 9   13 9   18 1 
(C)   ,  ,  ,  (D)  ,  ,   , 
 5 5   5 5  5 5  5 5
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6. True / False

Lim nx {x}


(A) x = xLim
  n x
[ x]

where [ . ] is G..F. & { . } denotes fractional part function

 4 3 2 4 3 2 
(B) If xLim  x  ax  3 x  bx  2 – x  2x – cx  3 x – d  = 4,
  

then absolute value of a – c is 3.

 
(C) Lim  sin (sgn(x)) = 1 where [ . ] is greatest integer function
x 0
 sgn (x) 
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Lim sec–1  x  = Lim sec–1  sin x 
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(D) x  sin x  x 


   x 
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1 – a x  xa x na
 ;x0
ax x2
7. Consider the function g(x) =  x x where a > 0. Find the value of a and g(0) so
 2 a – xn2 – xna – 1 ; x  0
 x2

that the function g(x) is continuous at x = 0.

 2 
x cos if x0 1
8. Consider the function f(x) =  2 x . Find LHD and RHD at x =
 0 if x0 3

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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 27
DPP No. 26 Max. Time : 30 min.

Topics : Method of Differentiation, Straight Line, Continuity & Derivability, Circle

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Comprehension (no negative marking) Q.1 to Q.2 (3 marks, 3 min.) [6, 6]
Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.3,4,5 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.6,7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [12, 15]

COMPREHENSION (1 - 2)

In calculus the derivative of any function y = f(x) is defined as

f ( x  h) – f ( x )
D f(x) = lim
h0 h
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Now instead of this usual definition of derivative Df(x), define a new kind of derivative D*f(x), which
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can be calculated by the formula
C
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f 2 ( x  h) – f 2 ( x )
D* f(x) = lim
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h0 h

where f2 (x) = (f(x))2.

x
1. If f(x) = , then D* f(x) is
nx

nx – 1 2x(nx – 1) 2x(nx – 1) 2x(nx – 1)


(A) (B) (C) (D)
(nx )2 (nx ) (nx )2 (nx )3

2. If function g(x) = xx , then D* g(x) |x=1 is


(A) 1 (B) 2ee (C) 2 (D) not defined

3. The point ([P + 1], [P]) lies inside the circle x2 + y2 – 2x – 15 = 0, then set of all values of P is
(where [.] represents greatest integer function)
(A) [–2, 3) (B) (–2, 3) (C) [–2, 0)  (0, 3) (D) [0, 3)

x y
4. The line L given by  = 1 passes through the point (13, 32). The line K is parallel to L and has the
5 b

x y
equation  = 1. Then the distance between L and K is
c 3

17 23 23
(A) 17 (B) (C) (D)
15 17 15
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5. If the normal to differentiable curve y = f(x) at x = 0 be given by the equation 3x – y + 3 = 0, then the value

x2
of xlim is
0
f ( x 2 )  5 f ( 4 x 2 )  4 f (7 x 2 )

(A) 1/3

(B) – 1/3

(C) – 1/5

(D) 1/4

6. A triangle has two of its sides along the lines y = m1 x & y = m2 x, where m1 , m2 are the roots of the
equation 3 x2 + 10 x + 1 = 0 . If H (6 , 2) be the orthocentre of the triangle, find the equation of the third
side of the triangle.

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ax( x  1)  b ; x  1 C
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7. f(x) is defined as under : f(x) = x  1 ; 1 x  3
 2
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cx  dx  2 ; x  3

Determine the constants a, b, c and d, given that

(i) f(x) is continuous for all x

(ii) f '(1) does not exist

(iii) f '(x) is continuous at x = 3

 x2  1
 2 , x 
8. Let f(x) be a function of x defined as f ( x )   x  2 x  1  1
 
, x 1
 

Discuss the continuity of function at x = 1.

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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 30
DPP No. 27 Max. Time : 33 min.

Topics : Method of Differentiation, Continuity & Derivability, Limits, Solution of Triangle

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.4 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.5,6,7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [16, 20]

1. The number of points where f (x) = [sin x + cos x], where [.] denotes the greatest integer function,
x  (0 , 2 ) is not continuous is :
(A) 3 (B) 4 (C) 5 (D) 6

sin[cos x]
2. Lim ([.] denotes the greatest integer function) is equal to
x 0 1  [cos x]
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(A) equal to 1 (B) equal to 0
C l (C) does not exist (D) none of these
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 dy 
2
d2 y
3. If x = cos , y = sin3 , then   + y dx 2  3 is equal to
 dx    / 3

16 57
(A) 0 (B) 1 (C) (D)
57 16

4. If 4a2 + c2 = b2 – 4ac, then the variable line ax + by + c = 0 always passes through two fixed points.
The coordinates of the fixed points can be
(A) (–2, –1) (B) (2, –1) (C) (–2, 1) (D) (2, 1)

min f ( t ); 0  t  x, 0  x  6
5. Let f(x) = x3 – 9x2 + 15x + 6 and g(x) = 
x  18 ; x6

Draw the graph of g(x) and discuss the continuity and differentiability of g(x).

x , x 1  3x , x  1
6. If f (x) =  and g(x) =  , then define f(g(x)) and also examine its continuity..
3  x , x  1 2  x , x  1

d4 y d3 y d2 y
7. If cos–1 (y/a) = log(x/n)n satisfies the equation x2 + 5x +8 = 0, then find the value of n.
dx 4 dx 3 dx 2

8. The distance between the two parallel lines is 1 unit . A point 'A' is chosen to lie between the lines at
a distance 'd' from one of them . Triangle ABC is equilateral with B on one line and C on the other
parallel line. Find the length of the side of the equilateral triangle
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 38
DPP No. 28 Max. Time : 38 min.

Topic : Straight Line

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9 (3 marks, 3 min.) [18, 18]
Multiple choice objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.8 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
Subjective Questions ('–1' negative marking) Q.4, (4 marks, 5 min.) [4, 5]
Assertion and Reason (no negative marking) Q.1, (3 marks, 3 min.) [3, 3]
Match the Following (no negative marking) (2 × 4) Q.10 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

1. The line L1 : y – x = 0 and L2 : 2x + y = 0 intersect the line L3 : y + 2 = 0 at P and Q respectively. The bisector
of the acute angle between L1 and L2 intersects L3 at R.

Statement-1 : The ratio PR : RQ equals 2 2 : 5


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Statement-2 : In any triangle, bisector of an angle divides the triangle into two similar triangles.
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(A) Statement-1 is true, Statement-2 is true ; Statement-2 is correct explanation for Statement-1
(B) Statement-1 is true, Statement-2 is true ; Statement-2 is not a correct explanation for Statement-1
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(C) Statement-1 is true, Statement-2 is false


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(D) Statement-1 is false, Statement-2 is true

2. If the straight lines joining the origin and the points of intersection of the curve
5x2 + 12xy  6y2 + 4x  2y + 3 = 0 and x + ky  1 = 0
are equally inclined to the co-ordinate axes then the value of k :
(A) is equal to 1 (B) is equal to  1
(C) is equal to 2 (D) does not exist in the set of real numbers .

3. Consider points A(3, 4) and B(7, 13). If P be a point on the line y = x such that PA + PB is minimum,
then coordinates of P are

 13 13   31 31 
(A)  12 , 12  (B)  ,  (C)  ,  (D) (0, 0)
 7 7   7 7   7 7 

4. Let the algebraic sum of the perpendicular distance from the points (2, 0), (0, 2) and (1, 1) to a variable
straight line be zero, then the line passes through a fixed point whose coordinates are ....................

5. The straight line x – y – 2 = 0 cuts the axis of x at A. It is rotated about A in such a manner that it is
perpendicular to ax + by + c = 0. Its equation is :
(A) bx – ay – 2b = 0 (B) ax – by – 2a = 0
(C) bx + ay – 2b = 0 (D) ax + by + 2a = 0

6. Chords of the curve 4x2 + y2  x + 4y = 0 which subtend a right angle at the origin pass through a
fixed point whose co-ordinates are :

(A)  1 ,  4  (B)   1 , 4  (C)  1 , 4  (D)   1 ,  4 


5 5  5 5  5 5  5 5
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7. The interior angle bisector of angle A for the triangle ABC whose coordinates of the vertices

are A(–8, 5) ; B(–15, –19) and C(1, –7) has the equation ax + 2y + c = 0, then (a, c) =

(A) (10, 77) (B) (11, 78) (C) (12, 78) (D) (9, 67)

8. The graph of y = f(x) is symmetrical about the line x = 1, then

(A) f(–x) = f(x) (B) f(1 + x) = f(1 – x)

(C) f(x + 1) = f(x – 1) (D) f(x) = f(2 – x)

9. The straight line, ax + by = 1 makes with the curve px2 + 2a xy + qy2 = r a chord which subtends a
right angle at the origin . Then :

(A) r (a2 + b2) = p + q (B) r (a2 + p2) = q + b

(C) r (b2 + q2) = p + a (D) none of these

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Consider the general equation of second degree ax2 + by2 + 2hxy + 2gx + 2fy + c = 0. If this represents
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a pair of straight lines, match the two columns in the most accurate sense.
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Match the column


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Column –  Column – 

c
(A) If (x1, y1) is the point of intersection of the two lines, (p)
(a  b) 2  4h 2

then (ax1 + hy1) (hx1 + by1) =

(B) af2 + bg2 + ch2 = (q) ab

(C) The lines are parallel if h2 = (r) gf

(D) Product of perpendiculars from the origin (s) abc + 2fgh

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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 33
DPP No. 29 Max. Time : 33 min.

Topics : Continuity & Derivability, Straight Line, Application of Derivatives, Method of Differentiation

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2 (3 marks, 3 min.) [6, 6]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.3,4,5 (5 marks, 4 min.) [15, 12]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.6,7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [12, 15]

1. Let f(x) be defined as follows :

 cos ec x 
(cos x  sin x ) ,  x0
 2
f(x) =  a , x0
 e1/ x  e 2 / x  e 3 / x 
 , 0x
 ae 2 / x  be 3 / x 2
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If f(x) is continuous at x = 0, then (a, b) =
lass
 1 1  C
(A)  e,  (B)  , e  (C) (e, e) (D) (e–1, e–1)
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 e e 
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2. If ax2 + bx + c = 0 has imaginary roots and a – b + c > 0, then the set of points (x, y) satisfying the equation

 y
a  x 2    (b  1) x  c = |ax2 + bx + c| + | x + y |
 a
consists of the region in the xy-plane which is
(A) on or above the bisector of I and III quadrant (B) on or above the bisector of II and IV quadrant
(C) on or below the bisector of I and III quadrant (D) on or below the bisector of II and IV quadrant

3. Equation of a tangent to the curve y cot x = y3 tan x at the point where the abscissa is /4, is:
(A) 4x + 2y =  + 2 (B) 4x  2y =  + 2
(C) x = 0 (D) y = 0

4. If the tangent to the curve 2y3 = ax2 + x3 at the point (a, a) cuts off intercepts ,  on co-ordinate axes,
where 2 + 2 = 61, then the value of 'a' is equal to :
(A) 20 (B) 25 (C) 30 (D)  30

5. The equation of tangents to the curve y = cos (x + y),  2   x  2 , that are parallel to the line
x + 2y = 0 is/are :
(A) x + 2 y = /2 (B) x + 2 y =  3 /2 (C) x – 2 y = /2 (D) x – 2 y =  3 /2

xb
6. If   = a tan–1 (a n y), a > 0, then prove that yy – yy ny = (y)2
 2 

7. Find the equation of the normal to the curve y = (1 + x)y + sin–1 (sin2 x) at x = 0

8. If x = a(t + sin t), y = a(1 – cost), then find

dy d2 y d3 y
(i) (ii) 2 (iii)
dx dx dx 3
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DPP No. 30 Max. Time : 38 min.

Topics : Application of Derivatives, Circle

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1 (3 marks, 3 min.) [3, 3]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.2,3,4,5,6,7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [28, 35]

1. The slope of the normal at the point with abscissa x = – 2 of the graph of the function f(x) = |x2 – |x|| is

(A) – 1/6 (B) – 1/3 (C) 1/6 (D) 1/3

2.
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Find the equation of the straight line which is tangent at one point and normal at another point of the curve
x = 3t2, y = 2t3.
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3. Let P be a point on the curve x2 – y2 = a2, where a is a parameter, such that P is nearest to the line y
= 2x. Find the locus of P.

4. Find the acute angle between the curves y = |x2 – 1| and y = |x2 – 3| at their points of intersection.

3/2
  dy  2 
1    
  dx  
5. If x = a sin 2 (1 + cos 2), y = a cos 2 (1 – cos 2), prove that = 4a cos 3.
(d2 y / dx 2 )

6. For the curve y = 4x3 – 2x5, find points at which tangent passes through the origin.

7. A line meets the x and y axes at A and B respectively. A circle is circumscribed about the triangle OAB. If the
distance of the points A and B from the tangent at O, the origin, to the circle are m and n respectively , find
the equation of the circle.

8. From a point, common tangents are drawn to the circle x2 + y2 = 8 and parabola y2 = 16x. Find the area of
the quadrilateral formed by the common tangents, the chord of contact of the circle and the chord of
contact of the parabola.

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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 27
DPP No. 31 Max. Time : 27 min.

Topics : Sequence & Series, Application of Derivatives

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Comprehension (no negative marking) Q.1 to Q.3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.4,5,6 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.7 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [4, 5]

COMPREHENSION (Q. NO. 1 TO 3)

If S = –1 –1 + 1 + 7 + 19 + 39 + 69 + .................., then

1. nth term (tn ) will be

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 6  (n  1)(n  2)2
ass(B)  3  (n 61)(n  2)
2
(A)
6
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n3  3n 2  2n  3
(C) (D) None of these
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2. t10 is equal to
(A) 299 (B) 239 (C) 171 (D) 211

3. Sum of first 10 term (S10) is equal to -


(A) 650 (B) 659 (C) 560 (D) 625

4. The gradient of the common tangent to the two curves y = x2  5x + 6 and y = x2 + x + 1 is :


(A)  1/3 (B)  2/3 (C)  1 (D)  3

5. A curve with equation of the form y = ax4 + bx3 + cx + d has zero gradient at the point (0, 1) and also
touches the x  axis at the point ( 1, 0) then the values of x for which the curve has a negative
gradient are :
(A) x >  1 (B) x < 1 (C) x <  1 (D)  1  x  1

6. The equation of the tangent to the curve y = e–|x| at the point where the curve cuts the line x = 1 is
(A) x + y = e (B) e(x + y) = 1 (C) y + ex = 1 (D) None of these

7. If a line is tangent to one point and normal at another point on the curve x = 4t2 + 3, y = 8t3 – 1, then slope
of such a line is

(A) – 1 (B) 1 (C) – 2 (D) 2

8. Show that the curves x3 – 3xy2 = a and 3x2y – y3 = b cut each other orthogonally where a and b are
constants.
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DPP No. 32 Max. Time : 31 min.

Topics : Method of Differentiation, Complex Number, Continuity & Derivability, Application of


Derivatives, Sequence & Series, Function
Type of Questions M.M., Min.
Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3,4 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.5 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.6,7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [12, 15]

 2 cos(3 x 2  2)  5 sin(3 x 2  2)  dy
–1  
1. Let y = tan  5 cos(3 x 2  2)  2 sin(3 x 2  2)  , then dx =
 
6x
(A) 6x – 2 (B) 6x (C) 5x (D) 2
x 1
3
d y
2. If y = at2 + 2bt + c and t = ax2 + 2bx + c, then equals
dx 3
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(A) 24a2 (at + b)
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(B) 24a (ax + b)2 (C) 24a (at + b)2 (D) 24a2 (ax + b)

3. C log z  2 > log


The complex number z = x + iy for which 1/2 1/2
z are given by:
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(A) Re (z)  1 (B) Im (z)  1 (C) Re (z) > 1 (D) Im (z) > 1
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2h( x ) | h( x ) |
4. If g(x) = 2h( x ) | h( x ) | where h(x) = sin x – sinnx, n  R+, the set of positive real numbers, and

    
[g( x )], x   0,    ,  
  2 2 
f(x) =  where [.] denotes greatest integer function. Then
 3, 
x
 2

(A) f(x) is continuous and differentiable at x = , when 0 < n < 1
2

(B) f(x) is continuous and differentiable at x = , when n > 1
2

(C) f(x) is continuous but not differentiable at x = , when 0 < n < 1
2

(D) f(x) is continuous but not differentiable at x = , when n > 1
2
1 1 1
5. For the series S = 1 + (1 + 2)2 + (1 + 2 + 3)2 + (1 + 2 + 3 + 4)2 + .....
(1  3) (1  3  5) (1  3  5  7)
(A) 7th term is 16 (B) 7th term is 18
505 405
(C) sum of first 10th terms is (D) sum of first 10th term is
4 4
n
1
6. Let f(x) =
1 x
, g(x) = fofofofofofof(x) and h(x) = tan–1 (g(–x2 – x)), then find nlim
  h (r ) .
r 1

7. Prove that in the curve y = a n ( x2 – a2), sum of the tangent and subtangent varies as the product of the
coordinates of the point of contact.
8. If the equation a0 xn +a1 xn-1 +-------+an-1 x = 0, (where n is natural number) has a positive root ,
prove that the equation na0 xn-1 +(n-1)a1 xn-2 +-------+an-1 = 0 also has a positive root smaller than 
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DPP No. 33 Max. Time : 30 min.

Topics : Method of Differentiation, Complex Number, Continuity & Derivability,


Application of Derivatives, Sequence & Series, Straight Line

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3,4,5 (3 marks, 3 min.) [15, 15]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.6,7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [12, 15]

1 2 3 4
1. Sum to infinite terms of the series + + + + ......... is
1.3 1 .3 .5 1 .3 .5 .7 1 .3 .5 .7 .9

1 3
(A) 1 (B) (C) (D) none of these
2 2

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Consider the funciton f(x) = x – |x – x2|, –1  x  2. Then point of discontinuities of f(x) for x  [–1, 2]
ass
2.
are
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3. Given that f is a real valued differentiable function such that f(x) f(x) < 0 for all real x, it follows that
(A) f(x) is an increasing function (B) f(x) is a decreasing function
(C) |f(x)| is an increasing function (D) |f(x)| is a decreasing function


4. If f(1) = – 2 2 and g ( 2 ) = 4, then the derivative of f(tan x) with respect to g(sec x) at x = , is
4
(A) 1 (B) – 1 (C) 2 (D) 4

x x ........ to  dy
5. If y = ( x ) , then is equal to
dx

y3 y2 y2 y3
(A) (B) (C) 2
(D)
2x(1  y 2 nx ) 2x(1  y 2 nx ) 2x(1  y nx ) 2x(1  y 2 nx )

 ax  b 
6. If y   2  , then show that (2xy ' + y) y"' = 3 (xy" + y')y", where a, b, c are constants
s
 x c

7. If the lines L1 : 2x – 3y – 6 = 0, L2 : x + y – 4 = 0 and L3 : x + 2 = 0 taken pair wise in order constitute


the angles A, B and C respectively of ABC, then find the equation whose roots are tan A, tan B and
tan C.

8. Sketch the region given by |z|  4 & Arg (z – i – 1) >/4


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DPP No. 34 Max. Time : 27 min.

Topics : Method of Differentiation, Continuity & Derivability, Application of Derivatives,


Sequence & Series, Straight Line
Type of Questions M.M., Min.
Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3,4,5,6 (3 marks, 3 min.) [18, 18]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.7 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [4, 5]

1. If f(x) = max {sin x, sin–1 (cos x)}, then


(A) f is differentiable everywhere (B) f is continuous but not differentiable everywhere
n
(C) f is discontinuous at x = , n  (D) none of these
2

2. The radius of a right circular cyliner increases at a constant rate. Its altitude is a linear function of the
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36cm, the volume is increasing at a rate of n cu. cm/sec. The value of 'n' is equal to :
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d2 y dy
3. If y = (A + Bx) emx + (m – 1)– 2 . ex, then 2 – 2m + m2y is equal to
dx dx

(A) emx (B) e– mx (C) e (1 – m ) x (D) ex

2x dy
4. If tany = 2 x 1 , then at x = 0 is
1 2 dx

3 3 1 1
(A) – (B) – n 2 (C) – (D) – n 2
10 10 10 10

d2 (cos 7 x )
5. If y = sin x, then is equal to
dy 2
(A) 35 cos x – 42 cos 5x
3
(B) 35 cos3x + 42 cos 5x
(C) 42 cos3x – 35 cos 5 x (D) – 35 cos3x – 42 cos 5x

6. If 2a + 3b + c = 3 ; a > 0, b > 0, c > 0, then the greatest value of a2 b5 c2

55 22 55 . 22 4 .55 5 6 . 22
(A) (B) (C) (D)
3 23 314 99 3 4. 910

7. The function f(x) = (tan–1x)3 – (cot–1x)2 + tan–1x + 2 is


(A) decreasing  x  R. (B) Increasing  x  R.
(C) Bounded (D) Many one function.

7
8. The tangent to y = ax2 + bx + at (1, 2) is parallel to the normal at the point (–2, 2) on the curve
2
y = x2 + 6x + 10. Find the value of a and b.
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 28
DPP No. 35 Max. Time : 32 min.

Topics : Complex Number, Continuity & Derivability, Application of Derivatives, Sequence & Series

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3,4 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q,5,6,7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [16, 20]

1. The angle at which the curve y = 2 e2x intersects the y-axis is


(A) tan–1 4 (B) cot–1 4 (C) tan–1 2 (D) cot–1 2

2. The subnormal at any point on the curve xyn = an + 1 is constant for:


(A) n = 0 (B) n = 1 (C) n =  2 (D) no value of n

3. Let the sequence a1 , a2 , a3 , ....... a2n–1, a2n form an A.P. Then the value of,
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2 lasa 22sn is :
 ........ + a 2 n  1 
2 2
a 1  a 2 + a 3 2

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2n

a 22 n  a12  (B)
n

a12  a 22 n 
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n 1 2n  1

(C)
n
n 1

a12  a 22 n  (D)
n
n 1

a12  a 22 n 

4. 
Let f(x) = max. | x 2  2 | x ||, | x |  and g(x) = min. | x 2

 2 | x ||, | x | , then
(A) both f(x) and g(x) are non differentiable at 5 points.
(B) f(x) is not differentiable at 5 points and g(x) is non differentiable at 7 points.
(C) number of points of non differentibility for f(x) and g(x) are 7 and 5 respectively.
(D) both f(x) and g(x) are non differentiable at 3 and 5 points respectively.

2  2x  1 
5. If f(x) = tan–1   – n (x2 + x + 1) + (k2 – 5k + 3) x + 10 is a decreasing function for all x  R,

3  3 

find the permissible values of k.

6. Using monotonicity find range of the function f(x) = x 1 + 6x .

7. The centre of a square is at the point with complex number z0 = 1 + i and one of its vertices is at the points
z1 = 1  i. The complex numbers which correspond to the other vertices are _____, _____ & _____.

 z 1 
8. Find the length of arc given by Arg  z  2 i  = /3
 
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DPP No. 36 Max. Time : 59 min.

Topic : Complex Number

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q. 1,2,3,4,5,6 (3 marks, 3 min.) [18, 18]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.7, 8 (5 marks, 4 min.) [10, 8]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q. 9,10,11,12,14 (4 marks, 5 min.) [20, 25]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.13 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

1. The number of complex numbers z such that | z – 1| = | z + 1| = |z – i| equals


(A) 1 (B) 2 (C)  (D) 0

2. If  and  are the roots of the equation x2 – x + 1 = 0, then 2009 + 2009 =


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(A) divisible by 3 but not by 8 (B) divisible by 8 but not by 3
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(C) divisible by both 3 & 8 (D) none of these

z 1 ei
4. If the imaginary part of the expression i
+ be zero, then the locus of z is
e z 1
(A) a straight line parallel to x-axis (B) a parabola
(C) a circle of radius 1 (D) a straight line passing through (1, 0)

5. The reflection of the complex number (2 – i) in the straight line iz = z is


(A) 4 – 3i (B) 3 + 4i (C) 2 + i (D) 1 – 2i

16
r
6. If z1, z 2, z 3, z 4 are imaginary 5th roots of unity, then the value of  (z 1  zr2  zr3  zr4 ) , is
r 1

(A) 0 (B) –1 (C) 20 (D) 19

7. If z1 and z2 are two complex numbers satisfying the equation

z1  z 2
z1 – z 2 = 1 then z1/z2 is a number which is

(A) positive real (B) negative real (C) imaginary (D) purely imaginary

8. The complex number z satisfying |z + z | + |z – z | = 2 and | i z – 1| + |z – i| = 2 is/are

1 1
(A) i (B) – i (C) (D)
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2  22   2n 
  1  i    1  i 
9. Compute the product , 1     1     1   1  i   ...... 1   1  i   where n  2
  2     2     2  
 
  2  
 

A B
10. Let A and B be two complex numbers such that  = 1, then prove that the origin and the two pointss
B A

represented by A and B form vertices of an equilateral triangle.

11. Find the equation of line joining the points (1 + i) and 2 – i in complex plane.

12. Let z1 = 10 + 6i and z2 = 4+ 2i be two complex nubmers and z be a complex number such that

 z – z1  
arg  z – z  = . Find the centre and radius of the locus of complex number z.
 2  4

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Column- I
C Column-II
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(A) If 1, 2 be imaginary cube roots of unity, then 14 + 24 is equal to (p) 
12

(B) If   1 be nth roots of unity, then + 2 + 3 +.....+ n–1 is equal to (q) –1

 z1  2
(C) If z1 and z2 be two nth roots of unity, then arg  z  is a multiple of (r)
 2 n

(D) If   1 be nth roots of unity, then value of (1 – ) (1 – 2)........(1 – n–1) (s) n

is equal to

14. Draw the locus of z :


(i) arg (z – 1 + i)  –
3

(ii) |z+1–i|=|z–2|

 
(iii) |z|  1 and   arg(z) 
4 4

 zi 2
(iv) arg  =
 z – i  3

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DPP No. 37 Max. Time : 30 min.

Topics : Sequence & Series, Application of Derivatives, Limits, Continuity & Derivability

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q. 1,2,3,4,5 (3 marks, 3 min.) [15, 15]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q. 6,7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [12, 15]

1. If a, b,c,d, e are five positive numbers, then

a b c d a b c d e a 1
(A)        4 (B) + + + + 
b c d e e a b c d e 5

a b c d e
(C) + + + + <5 (D) None of these
b c d e a
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Set of all possible values of a such that 2x x
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3. If at each point of the curve y = x 3 – ax 2 + x + 1, tangent is inclined at an acute angle with the
positive direction of the x-axis then

(A) a > 0 (B) a  3 (C) – 3 <a< 3 (D) none of these

4. If f(x) is differentiable for all x  R so that f(2) = 4 and f(x)  5 for all x  [2, 6], then f(6)
(A)  24 (B)  24 (C)  9 (D) none of these

n! n
5. Let Un = where n  N. If Sn =  Un , then nLim Sn equals
(n  2)! n 1 

1
(A) 2 (B)1 (C) (D) non existent
2

6. If the equation x2 ex = k possess three real roots then the range of values of k is ______

7. Find value of a, b, c such that curves y = x2 + ax + b and y = cx – x2 will touch each other at the point
(1, 0).

8. If f(x) and g(x) are continuous functions in [a, b] and they are differentiable in (a, b) then prove that

f ( a ) f ( b) f (a ) f (c)
= (b  a) where a < c < b.
g ( a ) g ( b) g (a ) g (c)
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DPP No. 38 Max. Time : 37 min.

Topics : Application of Derivatives, Limits

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q. 1 (3 marks, 3 min.) [3, 3]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.2 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q. 3,4,5,6,7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [24, 30]

1. At (0, 0), the curve y2 = x3 + x2


(A) touches X-axis (B) bisects the angle between the axes
(C) makes an angle of 60° with OX (D) none of these

1  sin 
2. Let f() = , then
5  4 cos 

1
(A)  f()  1 (B) 0  f()  3
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(C) in (0, /2), f() is increasing
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3. Find the number of critical points of the following functions.


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(i) f(x) = – x – 8x3 – x + 105 ; xR


4 2
(ii) f(x) = |x – 2| + |x + 1| ; xR
(iii) f(x) = min (tanx, cotx) ; x  (0, )

 x2 
  2
4. Discuss monotonocity of the function Q(x), where Q(x) = 2f  2  + f (6 – x ), x  R & f '' > 0.
 

5. The number of distinct tangents to the curve y2 – 2x3 – 4y + 8 = 0 which pass through the point (1, 2) is

x 1 x 2 5
 2x  3  x  x2 5 x  6 a b
6. If Lim 
x 3 
 can be expressed in the form where a, b, c,  N, then find the
 c
 x  1  x  1
least value of (a2 + b2 + c2).

7. The graph of the derivative f of a continuous function


f is shown with f(0) = 0, then for f(x) find
(i) Intervals of monotonicity

(ii) Points of local minima-maxima .

(iii) Intervals of concavity


(iv) Points of inflection
(v) Critical points

8. P(x) is a polynomial function with real coefficients. Let a, b  R with a < b, are two consecutive roots
of the equation P(x) = 0, then show that there exists atleast one 'c' such that a  c  b and
P(c) + 100 P(c) = 0.
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DPP No. 39 Max. Time : 26 min.

Topics : Application of Derivatives, Solution of Triangle

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Comprehension (no negative marking) Q.1 to Q.3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q. 4,5,6,7 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [4, 5]

COMPREHENSION (Q. NO. 1 TO 3)

Let f(x) be a function such that it is thrice differentiable in (a, b). Consider a function

(b  x )2
(x) = f(b) – f(x) – (b – x) f (x) – f (x) – (b – x)3 . and (x) follows all conditions of Rolle's theorem
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(b  a)2
1. If there exist some number c  (a, b) such that (c) = 0 and f(b) = f(a) + (b – a) f (a) +
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f (a) +  (b – a)3 f (c), then  is

1 1 1 1
(A) (B) (C) (D) –
2 6 8 2

2. Let f(x) = x4 – 6x3 + 12x2 – 8x + 3. If Rolle's theorem is applicable to (x) on [2, 2 + h] and there exist

f ( 2  h)  f ( 2)
c  (2, 2 + h) such that (c) = 0 and = g(c), then slope of tangent of curve y = g(x) at x = 5
h3

is
(A) 4 (B) 5 (C) 6 (D) 10

3. Let f(x) = e2x and b = a + h. If there exists a real number   (0, 1) such that (a + h) = 0

e 2h  1  2h  2h 2 2B
and 3
= AeBh, then the value of is equal to
h A

(A) 4 (B) 3 (C) 6 (D) 8

4. The curve y = x3 + x2 – x has two horizontal tangents. The distance between these two horizontal
lines, is

13 11 22 32
(A) (B) (C) (D)
9 9 27 27

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b2 a2
5. If a, b > 0, then minimum value of y =  in (0, a) is
ax x

ab ab 1 1
(A) (B) (C)  (D) none of these
a ab a b

6. Find maximum possible area that can be enclosed by a wire of length 20 cm by bending it in form of
a circular sector.
(A) 10 (B) 25 (C) 30 (D) 20

7. If the sides a, b, c of a triangle ABC are the roots of the equation x3 – 13x2 + 54x – 72 = 0, then the value of

cos A cos B cos C


+ + is equal to (with usual notation in ABC)
a b c

169 61 61 169
(A) (B) (C) (D)
144 72 144 72
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8. If x = et sin t, y = et cos t, show that 2



dx ( x  y )3
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DPP No. 40 Max. Time : 30 min.

Topics : Set, Relation & Binary Operation

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q. 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 (3 marks, 3 min.) [30, 30]

1. The number of proper subsets of the set {1,2,3} is -


(A) 8 (B) 7 (C) 6 (D) 5

2. If Na = {an ; nN}, then the set N5N7 =


(A) N7 (B) N5 (C) N35 (D) N12

3. A class has 175 students. The following data shows the number of students offering one or more subjects
: Mathematics 100, Physics 70, Chemistry 40, Mathematics and Physics 30, Mathematics and Chemistry
28, Physics and Chemistry 23, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry 18. How many student have offered
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4. Let A = {1, 2, 3} and B = {2, 3, 4}, then which of the following relation is a function from A to B.
(A) {(1, 2), (2, 3), (3, 4), (2, 2)} (B) {(1, 2), (2, 3), (1, 3)}
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(C) {(1, 3), (2, 3), (3, 3)} (D) {(1, 1), (2, 3), (3, 4)}

5. Let R be a relation on the set of integers given by aRb  a = 2K.b for some integer k. then R is
(A) An equivalence relation (B) Reflexive but not symmetric
(C) Reflexive and transitive (D) Reflexive and symmetric but not transitive

6. If A is the set of even natural numbers less than 8 and B is the set of prime numbers less than 7, then the
number of relations from A to B is
(A) 29 (B) 92 (C) 32 (D) 29 – 1

7. Let S be the set of all real numbers. Then the relation R = {(a, b) : 1 + ab > 0} on S is
(A) An equivalence relations (B) Reflexive but not symmetric
(C) Reflexive and transitive (D) Reflexive and symmetric but not transitive

8. Which of the following binary operations is commutative :


(A) * on R, given by a * b = ab2
(B) * on R, given by a * b = ab
(C) * on P(S), the power set of a set S given by A * B = A  B
(D) None of these

9. A binary operation * is defined on the set of real number by a * b = 1 + ab. then the operation * is
(A) Commutative but not associative (B) Associative but not commutative
(C) Both commutative and associative (D) Neither commutative nor associative

10. Let z be the set of integers and * be a binary operation on z defined by a * b = a + b – ab for all a, b  z. The
inverse of an element a ( 1)  z is
a a 1– a
(A) (B) (C) (D) None of these
a –1 1– a a
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DPP No. 41 Max. Time : 29 min.

Topics : Sequence & Series, Application of Derivatives


Type of Questions M.M., Min.
Comprehension (no negative marking) Q.1 to Q.3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q. 4,5 (3 marks, 3 min.) [6, 6]
Fill in the Blanks (no negative marking) Q.6 (4 marks, 4 min.) [4, 4]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [8, 10]

COMPREHENSION (Q. NO. 1 TO 3)

8 16 8r
Consider Sn =  + ....+
5 65 4r 4  1

1. Sum of infinite terms of above series will be


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2. The value of S16 must be


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(A) (B) (C) (D) None of these


41 545 245

an 2  bn
3. If Sn = , where a, b, c, d, e are independent of 'n', then
cn3  dn 2  en  1
(A) a = 4, e = 2 (B) c = 0, d = 4 (C) b = 4, e = 4 (D) None of these

 
4. Tangent and normal to the curve y = 2 sinx + sin2x are drawn at p  x   . The area of the quadrilateral
 3

formed by the tangent, the normal and coordinate axes is.

 3  3
(A) (B) (C) (D) None of these
2 2 2

5. The point(s) of minimum of the function, f(x) = 4x3  x x  2, x  [0, 3] is :


(A) x = 0 (B) x = 1/3 (C) x = 1/2 (D) x = 2

x x
6. The value of a for which the function f(x) = (4a – 3) (x + log 5) + 2(a – 7) cot sin2 does not
2 2
posses critical points is ______.

7. Find the difference between the greatest and least values of the function,

1 1
f(x) = cos x + cos 2x  cos 3x.
2 3

a
8. Find values of a and b such that f(x) = + bx has a minimum at point (1, 6).
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 33
DPP No. 42 Max. Time : 37 min.

Topics : Solution of Triangle, Application of Derivatives, Method of Differentiation

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q. 1,2,3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.4,5,6,7 (4 marks, 5 min.) [16, 20]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

sa sb sc A


1. In a ABC, if = = an2
, then tan is equal to
11 12 13 2
143 13 11 12
(A) (B) (C) (D)
342 33 39 37

2. The two adjacent sides of a cyclic quadrilateral are 2 and 5 and the angle between them is 60°. If the third
side is 3, remaining fourth side is.
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(A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5

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1 x2  1 dy
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3. If y = cos–1 , then is equal to


2 1 x 2 dx
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1 1 1 1
(A) , x R (B) , x0 (C) ,x0 (D) ,x0
2
2(1  x ) 2 (1  x 2 ) 2 (1  x 2 ) 2(1  x 2 )

4. In a triangle ABC, if cos A + 2 cos B + cos C = 2. Prove that the sides of the triangle are in A.P.

 1  1
5. If x and y are positive numbers and x + y = 1, then prove that 1   1    9
 x  y
6. Prove following inequalities :
x
(i) < n (1 + x)  x for x>0
1 x
(ii) 2x > 3 sin x – x cosx for 0 < x < /2

x  1 
7. Find the greatest & least value of f(x) = sin–1 2
– n x in  , 3 .
x 1  3 

8. If P(x) = x3 + px2 + qx + 6, then match the entries in column - I with column - II


Column - I Column - II

(A) If P(x) is divisible by x2 + ax + b and x2 + bx + a, (p) have point of local maximum


(a, b,  R), a  b, then P(x) less than point of local
minimum
(B) If 3q > p2, then P(x) (q) is monotonic  x  R
(C) If p and q are two consecutive natural numbers (r) has point of local maximum
such that p > q, then P(x) greater than point of local
minimum
(D) If Q(x) = P(x) – 2x3 – 2qx and p2 > 3q, then Q(x) (s) possesses local
maxima and local minima
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 32
DPP No. 43 Max. Time : 36 min.

Topics : Solution of Triangle, Application of Derivatives, Straight Line

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q. 1,2 (3 marks, 3 min.) [6, 6]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.3,4,5,6,7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [26, 30]

1. For a regular polygon, let r and R be the radii of the inscribed and the circumscribed circles. A false
statement among the following is

r 1 r 2
(A) There is a regular polygon with R  . (B) There is a regular polygon with  .
2 R 3

r 3 r 1
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(C) There is a regular polygon with  . (D) There is a regular polygon with  .
R 2 R 2
a
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2. If in triangle ABC, r1 = 2r2 = 3r3, D is the middle point of BC. Then cos  ADC is equal to
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7 7 24 24
(A) (B) – (C) (D) –
25 25 25 25

3. Two men P and Q start with velocities v at the same time from the junction of two roads inclined at 45º
to each other. If they travel by different roads, find the rate at which they are being separated.

4. ABC is a triangle and D is the middle point of BC. If AD is perpendicular to AC, prove that

2(c 2  a 2 )
cos A . cos C =
3ac

5. With usual notation In a ABC, a, c, A are given and b2 = 2b1, where b1, b2 are two values of the thrid side,

then prove that 3a = c (1  8 sin2 A )

x
6. If 2f(x) = f(xy) + f   for all x, y,  R+, f(1) = 0 and f ' (1) = 1, then find f(e) and f '(2).
y

7. Through the origin O, a straight line is drawn to cut the lines y = m1x + c1 and y = m2x + c2 at Q and R
respectively. Find the locus of the point P on this variable line, such that OP is the geometric mean
between OQ and OR.

8. The circle x2 + y2 = 1 cuts the x-axis at P & Q. Another circle with centre at Q and variable radius
intersects the first circle at R above x-axis and the line segment PQ at S. Find the maximum area of
the QSR.
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 27
DPP No. 44 Max. Time : 30 min.

Topic : Sequence & Series

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Comprehension (no negative marking) Q.1 to Q.3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.4,5 (3 marks, 3 min.) [6, 6]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.6,7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [12, 15]

COMPREHENSION : (Q. NO. 1 TO 3)

Let x  R+ such that {x}, [x], x are in G.P., where [.] & {.} are greatest integer & fractional part functions
respectively.

1 Common ratio of this G.P. is

(A)
 1 5
(B)
 1 5
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(C) (D)
1 5
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2 The value of x is
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 1 5 1 5
(A) (B) 5 (C) (D) none of these
2 2

3 Sum to n terms of this G.P.

   
(A) 2n cosn –1 (B) 2n sinn –1 (C) 2n cosn (D) 2n sinn
5 5 5 5

4. First, second and seventh terms of an A.P. (all the terms are distinct), whose sum is 93, are in G.P.
Fourth term of this G.P. is
(A) 21 (B) 31 (C) 75 (D) 375

n n
1 1
5. If 
r 1
tr =
12
n(n + 1) (n + 2), then the value of  tr
is
r 1

2n n 4n 3n
(A) (B) (C) (D)
n 1 (n  1) n 1 n 1

6. Find the number of terms of a G.P. in which the ratio of the sum of the first eleven terms to the sum of
the last eleven terms is 1/8, and the ratio of the sum of all the terms without the first nine to the sum
of all the terms without the last nine is 2.

7. If 0 < r < 1 and m  N, then prove that (2m + 1) rm (1 – r) < 1 – r2m+1

8. The value of x + y + z is 15 if a, x, y, z, b are in AP while the value of (1/x) + (1/y) + (1/z) is 5/3 if
a, x, y, z, b are in HP. Find a and b.

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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 30
DPP No. 45 Max. Time : 30 min.

Topics : Solution of Triangle, Application of Derivatives, Straight Line

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3,4 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.5,6 (5 marks, 4 min.) [10, 8]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [8, 10]

C 7
1. In a ABC, a = 5, b = 4 and tan = , then the side c is equal to
2 9
(A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 6 (D) None of these

2. In a triangle ABC, if a3 cos (B – C) + b3 cos(C – A) + c3 cos (A – B) =  abc, then ‘’ is equal to


(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) None of these

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r1
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3. With usual notations, in a ABC
C
(s  b)(s  c )
+
(s  c )(s  a)
+
(s  a)(s  b)
is equal to
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1 2 3 4
(A) (B) (C) (D)
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r r r r

 sin x , 0  x  1
4. Let f(x) =  2 then :
3  2x , x  1
(A) f(x) has local maxima at x = 1
(B) f(x) has local minima at x = 1
(C) f(x) does not have any local extrema at x = 1
(D) f(x) has a global minima at x = 1

5. In a ABC, if a + b = 3c, then cosA + cosB is equal to


C
(A) 3cos C (B) 6 sin2 (C) 3 cos (A + B) (D) 3 + 3 cos (A + B)
2

6. If H  (3, 4) and C  (1, 2) are orthocentre and circumcentre of PQR and equation of side PQ is
x – y + 7 = 0, then
(A) equation of circum circle (x – 1)2 + (y – 2)2 = 80
(B) equation of circum circle (x – 1)2 + (y – 2)2 = 70
5 8
(C) centroid is  , 
3 3

(D) circumradius = 70

7. The function f(x) = ax 3  bx 2  cx  d has its non zero local minimum and maximum values at x = –2 and
x = 2 respectively. If a is a root of the equation x2 – x – 6 = 0. Find all possible values of a, b, c, and d.

| x  2 | a 2  9a  9 if x2
8. Let f(x) = 
 2x  3 if x2
Then find the value of ‘a’ for which f(x) has local minimum at x = 2
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 37
DPP No. 46 Max. Time : 38 min.

Topics : Trigonometric Ratio, Quadratic Equation

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective(no negative marking) Q.1,2,3,6,9 (3 marks, 3 min.) [15, 15]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.5,7 (5 marks, 4 min.) [10, 8]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.4,8,10 (4 marks, 5 min.) [12, 15]

1. The graphs of y = sin x, y = cos x, y = tan x & y = cosec x are drawn on the same axes
from 0 to /2. A vertical line is drawn through the point where the graphs of y = cos x & y = tan x
cross, intersecting the other two graphs at the points A & B. The length of the line segment AB is
5 1 5 1
(A) 1 (B) (C) 2 (D)
2 2
2. Let m be a positive integer, m  2. If 1, 2 , ...... , m are the roots of the equation xm – 1 = 0, then the
equation whose roots are
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1 = 2 + 3 + ..... +m – (m – 1)1
2 = 1 + 3 + ......+ m – (m – 1) 2
 C l
TA

i = 1 + ....+ i – 1 + i + 1 + ... + m – (m – 1) i

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m = 1 + .... + m – 1 – (m – 1) m , is

(A) xm + mm = 0(B) xm – (–m)m = 0 (C) xm + (m – 1)m = 0 (D) xm – (m – 1)m = 0

7
2  r 
3. The value of  tan
r 1
  is
 16 
(A) 29 (B) 33 (C) 34 (D) 35

4. Find the product of the real roots of the equation : x2 + 18x + 30 = 2 x 2  18 x  45 .

5. The quadratic equation whose roots are sec2  and cosec2  can be :
(A) 2x2 – x – 1 = 0 (B) x2 + 3x – 3 = 0 (C) x2 – 9x + 9 = 0 (D) x2 – 12x + 12 = 0

6. The integral values of x for which x2 + 7x + 13 is perfect square are


(A) – 4, 5, 2 (B) – 3, – 2 (C) – 4, – 3, – 2 (D) – 4, – 3

7. If b2 > 4ac then roots of equation ax4 + bx2 + c = 0 are all real & distinct if :
(A) b < 0, a < 0, c > 0 (B) b < 0, a > 0, c > 0 (C) b > 0, a > 0, c > 0 (D) b > 0, a < 0, c < 0

8. If ,  are the roots of the equation x2 – 2x + 3 = 0 obtain the equation whose roots are 3 – 32 + 5 – 2
and 3 – 2 +  + 5

1  sin 2x  cos 2x
9. If f(x) = , then the value of f(16º) . f(29º) is
2 cos 2x
1 1 3
(A) (B) (C) 1 (D)
2 4 4

2
 x 2   x 2  cos x
10. Solve the equation :  4 cos  5   + 2  4 cos  5   – =0
2 2  2 2  2
 
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 25
DPP No. 47 Max. Time : 27 min.

Topics : Solution of Triangle, Vector, Application of Derivatives

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.3,4,5,7,8 (3 marks, 3 min.) [15, 15]
True or False (no negative marking) Q.1 (2 marks, 2 min.) [2, 2]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.2,6 (4 marks, 5 min.) [8, 10]

1. True/False type questions :


(i) Length of median AD in ABC = 2b 2  2c 2  a 2

2bc
(ii) Length of angle bisector of angle A in  ABC = cos A
bc

(iii) Every hyperbola has 2 asymptotes.


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(iv) Orthocentre of the triangle inscribed in a hyperbola lies on its directrix.

A C (s  b) (s  c )
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(v) In ABC (with usual notation) sin =


2 2bc
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(vi) Incentre of pedal triangle of ABC is orthocentre of ABC

2. Show that for interval e/ 4 < x < e 3  / 4 in which f(x)= sin ( n x) – cos( n x) is monotonically increasing

3. Point P is on circumfrence of circle. Chord QR is drawn parallel to tangent at P. Then maximum


possible area of PQR is :

3 2 3 3 2 3 r2
(A) r (B) r (C) 3 r2 (D)
4 4 4

   
4. If a  2 î  7 ĵ  k̂ , b  î  3 ĵ  5k̂ and a . mb = 120 where m is scalar then value of m is equal to
(A) 5 (B) –24 (C) –5 (D) 24

5. A normal is drawn at the point P(a, an) on the curve y = xn in the first quadrant. The normal intersects
1
the y-axis at the point (0, b). If alim
0
b = , then 'n' equals
2
(A) 1/2 (B) 3/2 (C) 2 (D) 4

 
6. Let P = sin x î  cos x ĵ and Q = – î – cos x ĵ , x  (0, 2n), n  N.
 
If P and Q are equal vectors, then find the number of values of x.

7. A, B, C, D, E, are five coplanar points then DA + DB + DC + AE + BE + CE is equal to

(A) DE (B) 3 DE (C) 2 DE (D) 4 DE


     
8. If a and b are non collinear vector such that vectors (x – 2) a  b and (2x + 1) a  b are parallel, then
(A) x = 1/3 (B) no real value of x
(C) infinite values of x (D) x = – 1/3
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 32
DPP No. 48 Max. Time : 40 min.

Topics : Vector, Application of Derivatives

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.1 to Q.8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [32, 40]

1. A segment of a line PQ with its extremities on AB and AC bisects a triangle ABC with sides a, b, c into
two equal areas. Find the shortest length of the segment PQ.

2. Let f, g : [a, b]  R be two continuous function, differentiable on (a, b). Assume in addition that g and

f (a ) f (b) f (c ) f ' (c )
g' are no where zero on (a, b) and = . Prove that there exists c  (a, b) such that 
g(a) g(b) g(c ) g' (c )

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3. Let a, b, c, d, e, f  R such that ad + C
be + cf = (a  b 2 2
 c 2 ) (d2  e2  f 2 )
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abc de f
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Use vector to prove that 2 2 2 =


a b c d2  e 2  f 2

x
 1
4. Show that f(x) = 1   is always an increasing function for all x in its domain.
 x

3
5. With usual notation in ABC if 2b = 3a and tan2A = , prove that there are two values of third side, one of
5
which is double the other.

6. Prove that the locus of the centre of a circle , which intercepts a chord of given length ‘ 2 a ‘ on the
axis of x and passes through a given point on the axis of y, distance b from the origin , is curve,
x2  2yb + b2 = a2.

1  1  1 
7. Find the sum tan   tan  2 tan 2  3 tan 3  ..... and hence the sum of the series
2 2 2 2 2 2

1  1  1 
2
tan 2  3 tan 3  4 tan 4  .......
2 2 2 2 2 2

8. The two adjacent sides of a paralelogram are represented by the lines x – y + 1 = 0 and 4x–3y–2 = 0.

3x
If one of the diagonals of the parallelogram is along the line y = , then find the equation of the
2
other diagonal without finding the vertices of the parallelogram.
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 33
DPP No. 49 Max. Time : 33 min.

Topics : Sequence & Series, Fundamentals of Mathematics, Quadratic Equation, Straight Line

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Comprehension (no negative marking) Q.1 to Q.4 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.5 (3 marks, 3 min.) [3, 3]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q. 6 (5 marks, 4 min.) [10, 8]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q. 7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [8, 10]

Comprehension (Q. NO. 1 TO 4)


Consider the different positive infinite geometric progression with their sums S1 and S2 as
S1 = a + ar + ar2 + ar3 + .... 
S2 = b + bR + bR2 + bR3 + .... 
1
If S1 = S2 = 1, ar = bR and ar2 = then answer the following :
8
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1. The sum of their common ratio is
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(A)
1
2
(B)
3
4
C (C) 1 (D)
3
2
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2. The sum of their first terms is


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(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) none of these

3. Common ratio of first G.P. is


1 1 5 5 1 5 1
(A) (B) (C) (D)
2 4 4 4
4. Common ratio of the second G.P. is
3 5 3 5 1
(A) (B) (C) (D) none of these
4 4 2
n
5. If  be a imaginary nth root of unity , then  (a r + b) r  1 is equal to :
r 1

n (n  1) nb na
(A) a (B) (C) (D) none of these
2 1 n 1

2(K – 1) 2
6. The complete solution set of the inequation x –  (x + 1) is given by
K 3K
2 2
(A) (– , 2] if K > (B) [2, ) if 0 < K <
3 3
2
(C) (–, 2] if K < 0 (D) R if K =
3
 
7. If ,  are the roots of x2 + px + q = 0 and also of x2n + pnxn + qn = 0 and if , are the roots of
 
xn + 1 + (x + 1)n = 0, then prove that n must be an even integer.

8. The sides of a rhombus are parallel to y = 2x + 3 and 2y = x + 5. The diagonals of the rhombus
intersect at (1, 2). If one vertex of the rhombus lies on the y-axis and possible values of the ordinates
of this vertex are a & b, then find the value of (a + b).
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 33
DPP No. 50 Max. Time : 36 min.

Topics : Vector, Solution of Triangle, Function

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1 (3 marks, 3 min.) [3, 3]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.2, 3 (5 marks, 4 min.) [10, 8]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [20, 25]
  
1. P, Q have position vectors a & b relative to the origin 'O' & X, Y divide PQ internally and externally

respectively in the ratio 2 : 1 . Vector XY =
3   4   5   4  
(A)
2

ba  (B)
3

ab  (C)
6

ba  (D)
3

ba 
A B 3c
2. If in a triangle ABC, b cos2
2
+ a cos2
2
=
2 sses
, then
la
(A) c2  ab (B)
a
c
+
c
b
+
a
3 C
b ac
(C)
2c  a
+
bc
2c  b
 4 (D) a, b, c are in A.P.
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3. If ‘O’ is the circumcentre of the  ABC and R1, R2 and R3 are the radii of the circumcircles of triangles
a b c
OBC, OCA & OAB respectively, then   has the value equal to
R1 R 2 R 3

a bc R3 4 a bc
(A) (B) (C) (D)
2 R3 a bc R2 R3

A B C
cot  cot  cot
(a  b  c ) 2 2 2 2
4. In a ABC, prove that =
a2  b2  c 2 cot A  cot B  cot C

5. If the solution of the equation 2  2  2  x + 3 2  2  2  x  2x , where x > 0 is given by


x = a cos(b/c) where argument of cosine function lies in [0, /2), a, b, c  N and b, c are
relatively prime, find the value of (a + b + c).

6. ABCD is a quadrilateral and E the point of intersection of the lines joining the middle points of opposite
    
sides. Show that the resultant of OA , OB , OC and OD is equal to 4 OE , where O is any point.
A
2
7. The point D, E, F divide the respective sides of ABC in the ratio as 3 1
E
shown in figure. P is a point in AB which divides AB in the ratio 1 : 3 P
F
3

internally prove that 5 AD  BE  CF = 2CP  7 3

B 1 D 4 C

x
8. Find all the values of a for which the function f(x) = (a2 – 3a + 2) cos   + (a – 1) x possesses critical
2
points.
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 30
DPP No. 51 Max. Time : 33 min.

Topic : Vector

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.4 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.5,6,7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [16, 20]

1. Let a , b , c are three unit vectors such that a  b  c is also a unit vector. If pairwise angles

between a , b , c are 1, 2 and 3 respectively then cos 1 + cos 2 + cos 3 equals
(A) (– 3/2) (B)  3 (C) 1 (D)  1

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2. A tangent is drawn to the curve y =
x2
C l
at a point A (x1 , y1) , where x1 = 2 . The tangent cuts the x-
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(A) 3 (B)  3 (C) 6 (D)  6

      
3. If the angle between a and c is 25° and the angle between b and c is 65° and a  b  c then the
 
angle between a and b
(A) 45° (B) 60° (C) 65° (D) 90°

 
4. The vectors a = 3 î – 2 ĵ  2k̂ and b = – î – 2k̂ are adjacent sides of a parallelogram. Then angle
between its diagonals is

(A) /4 (B) /3 (C) 3/4 (D) 2/3

5. If OA = î  2 ĵ  3k̂ , OB = 3 î  4 ĵ  7k̂ , OC =  3 î  2 ĵ  5k̂ where O is origin then find the ratio in which

point B divide AC.

       
6. If a and b are non collinear vectors and A  (p  4q)a  (2p  q  1)b , B  ( 2p  q  2)a  (2p  3q  1)b
 
then determine p and q such that 3 A  2B

7. In a triangle OAB, E is mid point OB and D is point on AB such that AD : DB = 2 : 1. If OD and AE intersects
at P determine ratio OP : PD using vector method (where O is origin)

8. In a ABC, D divides BC in the ratio 3 : 2 internally and E divides CA in the ratio 1 : 3 internally. The lines AD
and BE meet at H and CH meet AB in F, Find the ratio in which F divides AB
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 33
DPP No. 52 Max. Time : 36 min.

Topics : Solution of Triangle, Vector, Sequence & Series, Continuity & Derivability

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Comprehension (no negative marking) Q.1 to Q.4 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.5,6,7 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.8,9,10 (4 marks, 5 min.) [12, 15]

COMPREHENSION (FOR Q. 1 TO 4)
A regular heptagon (seven sides) is inscribed in a circle of radius 1. A 1 A 2 .......A 7 be its vertices,
G 1 is centriod of A 1 A 2 A5 and G 2 be centroid of A 3 A 6 A7 . P is centriod of  OG 1 G 2 , where O
(origin) is centre of circumscribing circle.

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 2 5 6
(A) (B) (C) (D)
7 7 7 7
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2. OP is equal to

10 8 1
(A) (B) (C) (D) 1
9 9 9

3. G 3 is such that centriod of triangle G 1 G 2 G 3 is O, then


(A) 3OG 3 = OA 2 (B) 3OG 2 = A 2 G 3 (C) 2OG 3 = OA 2 (D) OG 3 = G 3 A 2

4. PA 1 is equal to

1   1  2 
(A)  82  18 cos  (B)  82  18 cos 
9  7 9  7 

1  2 
(C)  82  18 sin  (D) None of these
9  7 

1 1
5. If sine of the acute angle between two vectors 3 î  4 ĵ  k̂ and 2 î  ĵ  k̂ be 1  x  x 2 ........ to 
2 8

then x is equal to

155 1 1
(A) (B) (C) (D) None of these
156 156 156

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6. Let a, b, c be three unit vectors such that a  b  c = 1 and a  b . If c makes angles

 
,  with a , b respectively then cos + cos is equal to
(A) 3/2 (B) 1 (C) – 1 (D) none of these

  
7. If a = (1, –1, 2), b = (–2, 3, 5), c = (2, –2, 4) and î is the unit vector in positive x-direction, then
  
(a  2b  3c ) • î is equal to

(A) 11 (B) 15 (C) 18 (D) 10

3 5 7 9
8. Find the sum of infinite terms of the series : + + + + ........
2 . 4 2 . 4 . 6 2 . 4 . 6 . 8 2 . 4 . 6 . 8 .10

9. Let f : [a, b]  R a continuous positive function, differentiable on [a, b]. Prove that there exists c  (a, b)
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f(b) ( b a )
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f(a)
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f (c )
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10. If a and b are two vectors such that | a + b | = | a | then prove that 2 a + b is a perpendicular to b .

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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 31
DPP No. 53 Max. Time : 32 min.

Topic : Vector

Type of Questions M.M. Min.

Single choice Objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 (3 marks, 3 min.) [27, 27]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.10 (4 marks, 5 min.) [4, 5]

       
1. If a + 2 b + 3 c = 0 and | a | = 6, | b | =3 and | c | =2, then angle between a and b is

3 4 3


(A) +cos–1   (B) sin–1   (C) – cos–1   (D) None of these
4 5 4

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(A) (–, –3)  (3, ) (B) (4, 4) (C) (–4, –3)  (3, 4) (D) None of these
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3. The set of all values of for which the vectors a =(log2 x) î –6 ĵ +3 k̂ and b =(log2 x) î +2 ĵ +(log2 x)

k̂ make an obtuse angle for any x 

 4  4  4   4 
(A)  0,  (B)   , 0  (C)  ,   (D)   , 0
 3  3  3   3 

     
4. ( r . î ) ( î  r ) ( r . ĵ) ( ĵ  r ) ( r . k̂) (k̂  r ) =
  
(A) 0 (B) r (C) 2 r (D) 3 r

    

5. If a = 3, b = 4, then a value of  for which a  b is perpendicular to a  b , is :-

9 3 3 4
(A) (B) (C) (D)
16 4 2 3

6. If ABCDEF is regular hexagon, then AD  EB  FC is equal to

(A) 0 (B) 2AB (C) 3 AB (D) 4 AB

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          r
7. If a  î  ĵ , b  2 ĵ – k̂ and r  a  b  a , r  b  a  b , then  is equal to
r

1 1
(A)
1
( î  3 ĵ  k̂ ) (B)
11
î – 3 ĵ  k̂  (C)
3
( î – ĵ  k̂ ) (D) none of these
11

 
8. If a , b are nonzero and noncollinear vectors, then a b i  i  a b j  j  a b k k =

       
(A) a  b (B) a  b (C) a  b (D) b  a

 
9. A vector c of magnitude 20 6 parallel to the bisector of the angle between a  7 î  4 ĵ  4k̂ and

b  2 î  ĵ  2k̂ is

20 3
(A) ±
3

2 î  7 ĵ  k̂  (B) ±
20

î  7 ĵ  2k̂ 
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î  2 ĵ  7k̂  lass(D) ± 203 î  7 ĵ  2k̂ 
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10. In a triangle OAB, AOB = 90° where O is origin. If P and Q are point of trisection of AB then prove that

5
OP2 + OQ2 = AB2
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 36
DPP No. 54 Max. Time : 34 min.

Topic : Vector

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.4,5,6 (5 marks, 4 min.) [15, 12]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.7 (4 marks, 5 min.) [4, 5]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

         
1. Let u and v are unit vectors and w is a vector such that u  v  u  w and w  u  v then the
  
value of [u v w ] is -
(A) –1 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) None of these

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If a unit vector â in the plane of b = 2 î  ĵ & c = î  ĵ  k̂ is such that a ^ b = a ^ d where

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d = ĵ  2k̂ , then â is
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î  ĵ  k̂ î  ĵ  k̂ 2 î  ĵ 2 î  ĵ
(A) (B) (C) (D)
3 3 5 5


3. The length of the shortest distance between the lines, r1 =  3 i  6 j    4 i  3 j  2 k and
 

r2 =  2î  7k̂   4î  ĵ  k̂  is :
(A) 9 (B) 6 (C) 3 (D) None of these

4. In a  ABC, let M be the mid point of segment AB and let D be the foot of the bisector of  C. Then the

Area  CDM
ratio is :
Area  ABC

1 ab 1 ab
(A) (B)
4 ab 2 ab

1 AB AB 1 AB AB


(C) tan cot (D) cot tan
2 2 2 4 2 2

 
5. If a and b are non-zero and non-collinear vectors, then
            
(A) a  b  [a b î ] î  [a b ĵ] ĵ  [a b k̂ ] k̂ (B) a . b  (a . î ) (b . î )  (a . ĵ ) (b . ĵ )  (a . k̂ ) (b . k̂ )
         
(C) If u  â  (â . b̂ ) b̂ and v  â  b̂, then | v || u | (D) If c  a  (a  b), then c . a  0
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6. The value(s) of  [0, 2] for which vector a  i  3 j  sin 2  k makes an obtuse angle with the

    
Z-axis and the vectors b  (tan  ) i  j  2 sin k and c   tan   i   tan   j  3 cos ec k are
2 2
orthogonal, is/are :

(A) tan 1 3 (B)  tan 1 2 (C) + tan 1 3 (D) 2  tan 1 2

7. A function y = f(x) is represented parametrically as follow

x = (t) = t5 – 5t3 – 20 t + 7

y = (t) = 4t3 – 3t2 – 18t + 3, – 2 < t < 2

Find the extrema of this function

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(A) The possible value of a if r  ( î  ĵ )  ( î  2 ĵ  k̂ ) and (p) –4


r  ( î  2 ĵ )  (  î  ĵ  ak̂ ) are two skew lines where ,  are scalars

 
(B) The angle between the vectors a   î  3 ĵ  k̂ and b  2 î   ĵ  k̂ is (q) –2


acute, whereas the vector b makes an obtuse angle with positive

direction of axes of coordinates , then  may be

(C) The possible value of a such that 2 î  ĵ  k̂ , î  2 ĵ  (1  a ) k̂ and 3 î  a ĵ  5 k̂ (r) 2

are coplanar is

    
(D) If A  2 î   ĵ  3k̂ , B  2 î   ĵ  k̂ , C  3 î  ĵ and A  B is perpendicular (s) 3


to C , then |2| is

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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 31
DPP No. 55 Max. Time : 33 min.

Topics : Application of Derivatives, Solution of Triangle, Vector

Type of Questions M.M. Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3,4 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Assertion and Reason (no negative marking) Q.5 (3 marks, 3 min.) [3, 3]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.6,7 (4 marks, 5 min.) [8, 10]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]
       
1. Let a = 2i + j – 2k and b = i + j. If c is a vector such that a . c  c , c  a  2 2 and the angle

  
between a  b and c is 30° then a  b  c is equal to:

2 3
(A)
3
(B)
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2. Let the centre of the parallelopiped formed by PA  i  2 j  2 k ; PB  4 i  3 j  k ;
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PC  3 i  5 j  k is given by the position vector (7, 6, 2) . Then the position vector of the point P
is:
(A) (3, 4, 1) (B) (6, 8, 2) (C) (1, 3, 4) (D) (2, 6, 8)

    
3. If a, b, c are coplanar vectors and a is not parallel to b then,
         
{(c  b) . (a  b)} a + {(a  c ) . (a  b)} b is equal to :
              
 
(A) (a  b).(a  b) c (B) {(a  b).(a  b)} c (C) { (a  b).(a  b)} c (D) none of these

4. If g(x) = 2f (2x3 – 3x2) + f (6x2 – 4x3 – 3)  x  R and f(x) > 0,  x  R, then g(x) is increasing in the
interval

 1  1 
(A)   ,    (0, 1) (B)   , 0   (1,  ) (C) (0, ) (D) none of these
 2  2 

r1  r2  r3
5. Statement-1 : In any ABC, the minimum value of is equal to 9.
r

cos A cos B cos C r1  r2  r3


Statement-2 : In a ABC if = = , then = 9.
a b c r
(A) Statement-1 is correct and statement-2 is correct and statement-2 is correct explanation of statement-1
(B) Statement-1 and statement-2 both are correct but statement-2 is not correct explanation of statement-1
(C) Statement-1 is false but statement-2 is true
(D) Statement-1 is true but statement-2 is false
(E) Statement-1 and Statement-2 both are False.
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6. A spherical iron ball 8 inch. in diameter is coated with a layer of ice of uniform thickness. If the ice
melts at the rate of 10 inch3/minute, how fast is the thickness of the ice decreasing when it is 2 inch.
thick?

7. A circle with centre in the first quadrant is tangent to y = x + 10, y = x – 6, and the y-axis. Let (h, k) be

the centre of the circle. If the value of (h + k) = a + b a (where (a, b  Q), find the value of a + b.

8. Match the column

Column - I Column - II

   3
(A) If a, b, c are three mutually perpendicular vectors where (p) –
4

   1      
a  b  2 and c  1 , then [a  b b  c c  a ] is
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[a b  a  b b] is
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(C) If b, c are orthogonal unit vectors and b  c  a , then (r)
3

      
[a  b  c ab b  c ] is

        
(D) If [ x y a]  [ x y b] = [a b c ] = 0 each vector being a (s) 1

  
non-zero vector, and no two vectors are collinear then [ x y c ] =

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DPP No. 56 Max. Time : 37 min.

Topic : Vector

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1.2,3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.4,5,6,7 (4 marks, 5 min.) [16, 20]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

    
1. Let a  2 î  ĵ  k̂ , b̂  î  2 ĵ  k̂ and a unit vector c be coplanar. If c is perpendicular to a then c =

1 1 1 1
(A)  (– ĵ  k̂ ) (B) (– î – ĵ – k̂ ) (C) ( î – 2 ĵ ) (D) ( î – ĵ – k̂ )
2 3 5 3

        
2.   
a  b  c , b  c  a  and c  a  b are : 
(C) s
(A) linearly dependent (B) equal vectors
s s e parallel vectors (D) none of these
a
3.
   Cl      
If a is perpendicular to b and r is a non-zero vector such that p r  r . a  b  c , then r =
TA

               
c (a . c ) b a (c . b ) a a (a . b ) c c (a . c ) b
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(A)  (B)  (C)  (D) 2 


p p2 p p2 p p2 p p

4. Find the direction cosines , m, n of a line which are connected by the relations  + m + n = 0,
2mn + 2m – n = 0.


5. Find the equation of a straight line which passes through a point with position vector a , meets the line
   
r = b +  c and is parallel to the plane r  n = 1.

  
6. If the three planes r . n1  p1, r . n 2  p 2 and r . n3  p 3 have a common line of intersection, then show
      
that p1 n 2  n 3  + p 2 n 3  n1  + p 3 n1  n 2   0 .

   
7. Find the equation of the plane through (3, 4, 1) which is parallel to the plane r  2 i  3 j  5k + 7 = 0. 
8. Match the column
Column – I Column – II
      
(A) If | a |  | b |  | c | = 2 and a.b = b.c = c.a = 2, then [a b c ] is equal to (p) 32

           
(B) If | a |  | b |  | c | = 2 and a.b = b.c = c.a = 2, then [a  b b  c c  a] (q) 4 2
is equal to
        
(C) If | a |  | b |  | c | = 2 and a.b = b.c = c.a = 2 and p, q and r is reciprocal (r) 5 3
   
system of a, b and c , then 32 [p q r ] is equal to

(D) The area of a quadrilateral whose diagonals are 3 î  ĵ  2k̂ (s) 1

and î  3 ĵ  4k̂ is
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 58
DPP No. 57 Max. Time : 63 min.

Topics : Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1 to 6 (3 marks, 3 min.) [18, 18]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.7, 8 (5 marks, 4 min.) [10, 8]
True or False (no negative marking) Q.9 (2 marks, 2 min.) [2, 2]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.10 to Q.14 (4 marks, 5 min.) [20, 25]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.15 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

1. The locus of the midpoint of the line segment joining the focus to a moving point on the parabola
y2 = 4ax is another parabola with directrix

a a
(A) x = – a (B) x = (C) x = – (D) x = 0
2
a sses 2
2.
C l 2 2
A tangent at any point on the ellipse 4x + 9y = 36 is cut by the tangent at the extremities of the major
axis at T and T . The circle on TT as diameter passes through the point
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(A) 0, 5  (B)  5 , 0 (C) (2, 1) 
(D) 0,  5 
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3. Area of the triangle formed by the tangents at the points (4, 6), (10, 8) and (2, 4) on the parabola
y2 – 2x = 8y – 20, is (in sq. units)
(A) 4 (B) 2 (C) 1 (D) 8

4. Tangents are drawn from the points on the line x – y – 5 = 0 to x2 + 4y2 = 4, then all the chords of contact
pass through a fixed point, whose co-ordinates are

1 4 4 1 2 2
(A)  ,  (B)  ,   (C)  ,  (D) (5, 0)
5 5 5 5 5 5

x2 y2
5. The point of intersection of tangents drawn to the hyperbola 2 – = 1 at the points where it is
a b2

intersected by the line x + my + n = 0, is

  a 2  b 2m    a 2  b 2n   a 2   b 2n   a 2  b 2n 
       
(A)  n , n  (B)  m , m  (C)  m , m  (D)  m , m 
       

x2 y2
6. Let C be the centre, BCB the minor axis and S the focus (ae, 0) of the ellipse = 1. BS is +
a2 b2
produced to meet the ellipse again in the point P. If CP makes an angle  with the positive direction of
x-axis then tan  is equal to

(1  e 2 )3 / 2 (1  e 2 )3 / 2 (1  e 2 )1/ 2 (1  e 2 ) 1 / 2
(A) (B) (C) (D)
e 2e 2 e
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7. The point P on the ellipse 4x2 + 9y2 = 36 is such that the area of the PF1F2 = 10 where F1, F2 are
foci. Then P has the coordinates

 3  3   3   3 
(A)  , 2  (B)  , 2  (C)   ,  2  (D)   ,  2 
 2  2   2   2 

8. For the hyperbola, xy – 4x – 2y = 0, which of the following is/are true?


(A) Asymptotes are x = 2 and y = 4.
(B) equation of transverse axis and conjugate axis are x + y – 6 = 0 and x – y + 2 = 0 respectively.
(C) length of transverse axis = length of conjugate axis = 8
3
(D) eccentricity of its conjugate hyperbola is
2

9. Consider the following statements :


S1 : If x + y = k is a normal to y2 = 12x, then k = 9
S2 : The centre of ellipse 4x2 + 9y2 – 16x – 54y + 61 = 0 is (2, 3)
S3 : Co-normal points of ellipse lies on a circle.
State, in order, whether S1, S2, S3 are true or false
es
(A) T T F (B) T F T
lass (C) F T T (D) T T T

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x2 y2
10. Tangents are drawn from any point on the hyperbola – = 1 to the circle x2 + y2 = 9. Find the locus
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of mid-point of the chord of contact.

11. Two tangents to the parabola y2 = 8x meet the tangent at its vertex in the points P and Q. If
PQ = 4 units, find the locus of the point of intersection of the two tangents.

12. Find the locus of the middle points of the chords of contact of tangents to the hyperbola x2 – y2 = a2
from the points on its auxiliary circle.

13. Find the equation of common tangents to the hyperbolas x2 – y2 = 18 and xy = 12.

x2 y2
14. The foci of a hyperbola coincide with the foci of the ellipse + = 1. Find the equation of the
25 9

hyperbola if its eccentricity is 2.

15. Match the column


Column - I Column - II
(A) Tangents are drawn to the parabola y2 = 4x from (4, 4). If the normals (p) 3
drawn at the point of contact passes through (14, – k), then k is

x2 y2
(B) If tangents from (,3) to the ellipse   1 are at right angles then  is (q) 2
9 4

(C) Number of solutions of cosx + 2 sinx = 1 in [0, 2] is (r) 16


(D) If normals at P and Q on the parabola y2 = x meet at (16, 4) on the (s) –2

PQ 2
parabola then is
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 34
DPP No. 58 Max. Time : 32 min.

Topics : Function, Vector, Three Dimensional Geometry

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1 to 4 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.5, 6 (5 marks, 4 min.) [10, 8]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.7 (4 marks, 5 min.) [4, 5]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

1. The greatest value of the function f(x) = 2.33x  32x. 4 + 2.3x in the interval [ 1, 1] is

(A) 0 (B) 8/27 (C) 1 (D) 24

  
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2. Let a , b , c be three non  coplanar vectors such that volume of the parallelopiped formed by these

C l     
  

vectors is 1/4. Now, if any vector d is represented as, d =  a  b +  b  c +  c  a  . Then 
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 +  +  equals:
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    2d           

(A) d . a  b  c  (B)
3

. abc  
(C) 8 d . a  b  c  
(D) 4 d . a  b  c 

         
3.   
If a, b, c, d are non - zero, non collinear vectors and if (a  b)  (c  d) . a  d = 0, then which of the

following is always true

       
(A) a , b , c , d are necessarily coplanar (B) either a or d must lie in the plane of b and c

       
(C) either b or c must lie in plane of a and d (D) either a or b must lie in plane of c and d

          
4. Let r = ( a × b ) sin x + ( b × c ) cos y + 2 ( c × a ) where a b c are three noncoplanar vectors. If r is
  
perpendicular to a + b + c , then minimum value of x2 + y2 is

2 5 2
(A) 2 (B) (C) (D) none of these
4 4

              
5. If a, b, c are non-zero non-coplanar vectors, then r1  2a – 3b  c, r2  3a – 5b  2c, r3  4a – 5b  c are

(A) linearly independent (B) linearly dependent

  
(C) r3   r1 –  r2 ; ,   R (D) None of these

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x 1 y 1 z3
6. Projection of line = = on the plane x + 2y + z = 6; has equation
2 1 4

(A) x + 2y + z – 6 = 0 = 9x – 2y – 5z – 8 (B) x + 2y + z + 6 = 0, 9x – 2y + 5z = 4

x 1 y3 z 1 x3 y2 z7


(C) = = (D) = =
4 7 10 4 7  10

7. Find the equation of the plane passing through the point (1, 1, –1) and perpendicular to the planes
x + 2y + 3z – 7 = 0 and 2x – 3y + 4z = 0.

8. Match the column

Column - I Column - I

 
      bc 
(A) If a, b, c are non coplanar unit vectors such that a  (b  c )  , (p)
3
es 2

lass
 
C
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then the angle between a and b is


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         3
(B) Four vectors a, b, c, d such that (a  b)  (c  d) = O . Let P1 and P2 be (q)
4

   
planes determined by the pairs of vectors a, b and c, d respectively,,

then the angle between P1 and P2 is

      
(C) If a and b are two unit vectors such that a  2b and 5a – 4b are (r)
6

 
perpendicular to each other then the angle between a and b is

        
(D) If a  3, b  5, c  7 and a  b  c  O . The angle between a and b is (s) 0

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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 39
DPP No. 59 Max. Time : 40 min.

Topics : Vector, Three Dimensional Geometry

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1, 2, 3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.4, 5 (5 marks, 4 min.) [10, 8]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.6 to Q.8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [12, 15]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.9 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

x  2 y  10 z  3
1. If the line   meets the curve
5 2 2

xy = a2, z = 1, then number of values of a is

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(A) 0 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) More than 2
a s
    
l
C   
2. If | a | = 2, | b | = 3 and a . b  0 then a  (a  (a  (a  b)) is equal to
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(A) 48 b (B) –48 b (C) 48 a (D) 16 b

3. The equation of a line 4x – 4y – z + 11 = 0 = x + 2y – z – 1 can be put as

x y2 z3 x2 y2 z x2 y z3


(A) = = (B) = = (C) = = (D) None of these
2 1 4 2 1 4 2 1 4

x0 y2 z 1
4. A ray M is sent along the line = = and is reflected by the plane x = 0 at point A. The
2 2 0

reflected ray is again reflected by the plane x + 2y = 0 at point B. The initial ray and final reflected ray
meets at point J. Then
(A) the co-ordinates of point B is (4, –2, 1) (B) the co-ordinates of point J is (–3, –1, 1)
(C) the centroid of ABJ is (0, 0, 0) (D) the co-ordinates of point J is (2, –1, 1)

5. The line which intersects each of the two lines L1 : 2x + y – 1 = 0 = 3x – 2y + z,

x y z
L2 : 3x – y - z + 1 = 0 = 4x + y + 5z – 3 and is parallel to the line = =
1 2 1

(A) has direction ratio (1, 2, –1)


(B) has equation 8x – 3y + 2z – 1 = 0 = 5x + 3y + 11z – 7

3  
(C) having angle with L2 equal to cos–1  7 
 

(D) is perpendicular to the plane3x + 6y – 3z = 7


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x 1 y  3 z  4
6. Let image of the line   in the plane 2x – y + z + 3 = 0 be L. A plane
3 5 2

7x + By + Cz + D = 0 is such that it contains the line L and perpendicular to the plane 2x – y + z + 3 = 0 then
find the value of B + C + D

7. P is a point and PM, PN are perpendicular from P to the ZX and XY planes. If OP makes angle
, , ,  with the plane OMN and the XY, YZ, ZX plane respectively, then prove that

cosec2 = cosec2 + cosec2  + cosec2.

3 1 4 1 5 1 6 1
8. Find the sum of n terms of the series .  .  .  .  ........
1 .2 2 2 .3 2 2 3 .4 2 3 4 .5 2 4

9. Mathch the column

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Column - I Column - I

C l
        1 2 2
(A) If a, b, c non-coplanar vectors, then (a  b  c ) ·((a  b)  (2a  b)) (p)
TA

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is equal to

     
(B) If b and c are any two non-collinear perpendicular unit vectors and a is (q) – [a b c ]

  
      a ·(b  c )  
any vector , then (a ·b ) b  (a ·c ) c    2 (b  c ) is equal to
bc

        
(C) If a, b, c are non-coplanar vectors then [a  b  c a – c a – b] (r) a

is equal to

     
(D) Let a  a1 î  a 2 ĵ  a 3 k̂, b  b1 î  b 2 ĵ  b 3 k̂, c  c 1î  c 2 ĵ  c 3k̂ (s) – 3 [a b c ]


non-zero vectors such that c is a unit vector perpendicular
   
to both a and b (and angle between a and b is (/6), then

2
a1 a 2 a3
b1 b 2 b3 is equal to
c1 c 2 c3

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DPP No. 60 Max. Time : 39 min.

Topics : Statistics, Fundamentals of Mathematics, Three Dimensional Geometry, Indefinite Integration

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1 (3 marks, 3 min.) [3, 3]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.2 to Q.6 (4 marks, 5 min.) [20, 25]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.7 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]
Assertion and Reason (no negative marking) Q.8 (3 marks, 3 min.) [3, 3]

n n m n
1 P
1. If P =  r 2, Q =  r–  r , then is equal to
r 1 m  1r 1
2 r 1 Q

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ass(C) 2
1
(A) 4 (B) (D) None of these
2
C l
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2. In a library a set of 96 books of mathematics, 240 books of physics and 336 books of chemistry. If
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stacks of same subject books have to be formed, find the minimum number of stacks required for the
maths, physics, chemistry stacks (given each stacks as same number books).

3. Find the shortest distance and the equation of the line of shortest distance between the following
pairs of lines.

x2 y3 x 1 2y


= , z = 4 and = ,z=3
1 1 1 1

4. Evaluate :

e 3x  e 5x  3/2 1  x6  1
(i)  ex  e x
dx (ii)   x   dx
x
(iii) x 2
1
dx

5. Evaluate

4 x n a .
(i)  (sin x – cos 4 x ) dx (ii) e e x dx

6. Evaluate

e 5 n x  e 4 n x 1
(i)  e 3 n x
e 2 n x dx (ii)  1 x
dx

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7. Match the column

Column – I Column – II

x–3 y5 z–7


(A) The plane x – 2y + 7z + 21 = 0 contains the line (p)  
3 –4 5

x 1 y – 3 z  2
(B) An equation of the line passing through 3 î – 5 ĵ  7k̂ and (q)  
–3 2 1

perpendicular to the plane 3x – 4y + 5z = 8 is

x – 3 y –1 z – 4
(C) Equation of the line of shortest distance between the lines (r)  
–2 7 13

x –1 y z
x = y = z and   is
2 1 1

la s ses (7 x  1) (7 y  1) (7z  1)
(D) C r ·3 î – ĵ  k̂   1
The line of intersection of the planes (s)
2
=
3
=
1
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and r · î  4 ĵ – 2k̂  2 is parallel to the line given by

8. Statement-1 : The three planes x + ay + (b + c) z + d = 0, x + by + (c + a) z + d = 0 and

x + cy + (a + b) z + d = 0 have a line in common.

Statement-2 : If a1x + b1y + c1z + d1 = 0, a2x + b2y + c2z + d2 = 0 and a3x + b3y + c3z + d3 = 0 passes

a1 b1 c1
through a common line then a 2 b 2 c2  0 .
a3 b3 c3

(A) Statement-1 is correct and statement-2 is correct and statement-2 is correct explanation of statement-1

(B) Statement-1 and statement-2 both are correct but statement-2 is not correct explanation of statement-1

(C) Statement-1 is false but statement-2 is true

(D) Statement-1 is true but statement-2 is false

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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 28
DPP No. 61 Max. Time : 29 min.

Topics : Three Dimensional Geometry, Vector, Indefinite Integration

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Comprehension (no negative marking) Q.1 to Q.3 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q. 4, 5 (3 marks, 3 min.) [6, 6]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.6 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.7, 8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [8, 10]

COMPREHENSION (Q. NO. 1 TO 3)


Let two planes P1 : 2x – y + z = 2 and P2 : x + 2y – z = 3 are given.

1. Equation of the plane which passes through the point (–1, 3, 2) and is perpendicular to each of the planes P 1
and P2 is
(A) x + 3y – 5z + 2 = 0 (B) x – 3y + 2z – 18 = 0

sses
(C) x – 3y – 5z + 20 = 0 (D) x – 3y + 5z = 0
la
2.
(A) x – 3y + 2z + 1 = 0
Cof planes P and P is
The equation of the acute angle bisector 1 2
(B) 3x + 3y – 2z + 1 = 0 (C) x + 3y – 2z + 1 = 0 (D) 3x + y = 5
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3. The image of plane P1 in the plane mirror P2 is


(A) x + 7y – 4x + 5 = 0 (B) 3x + 4y – 5z + 9 = 0 (C) 7x – y + 2z – 9 = 0 (D) None of above

4. A mirror and a source of light are situated at the origin O and a point A on OX respectively. A ray of light from
the source strikes the mirror and is reflected. If the direction ratios of the normal to the plane of mirror are
1, –1, 1, then direction cosines for the reflected ray are
1 2 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 2 2
(A) , , (B)  , , (C)  ,  ,  (D)  ,  ,
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

sin3 x dx
5.  (cos 3
x  3 cos 2 x  1) tan 1(sec x  cos x )
=

(A) tan–1 (sec x + cos x) + c (B) n tan–1 (sec x + cos x) + c


1
(C) +c (D) none of these
(sec x  cos x )2


6. If b is vector whose initial point divides the join of 5 î and 5 ĵ in the ratio k : 1 and terminal point is

origin and | b |  37 , then the set of exhaustive values of k is

 1  1   1 
(A)  6,   (B) (–, –6)   ,   (C) [0, 6] (D)  ,  
 6  6   6 

7. Evaluate :
(tan –1 x )3 3x 2  5
(i)  1 x2
dx (ii) x 2
4
dx

 x x  e x 
       ln x dx
8. Find   e 
  x  
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DPP No. 62 Max. Time : 27 min.

Topic : Binomial Theorem

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3,4,5,6 (3 marks, 3 min.) [18, 18]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.7 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [4, 5]

4
 54–k xk 
1. The largest real value of 'x' such that   (4 – k )! . k !  = 83
k 0
is

(A)2 2 – 5 (B) 2 2 + 5 (C) –2 2 – 5 (D) – 2 2 + 5

  j. n
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ass
2. The value of Ci is equal to

(A) n . 2n–3
0  i j  n

(B) n(n + 3) . 2C
l n–3
(C) (n + 3) . 2 n–3 (D) n(3n + 1) . 2n–3
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1 10 10 2 10 3 10 2n
3. The value of n
– n
2n
C1 + n
2n
C2 – n
2n
C3 + ...... + is
81 81 81 81 81n
(A) 2 (B) 0 (C) 1/2 (D) 1

4. If (1!)2 + (2!)2 + (3!)2 + ..... + (99!)2 + (100!)2 is divided by 100, the remainder is
(A) 27 (B) 28 (C) 17 (D) 14

n  r 1 
5.   
r 1
n
Cr Cp 2p  is equal to
r

 p 0 
(A) 4n – 3n + 1 (B) 4n – 3n – 1 (C) 4n – 3n + 2 (D) 4n – 3n

n
 2 
6. If in the expansion of  x 3   a term like x2 exists and ' n ' is a double digit number, then least
 x
value of ' n ' is :
(A) 10 (B) 11 (C) 12 (D) 13

x n x
lim m  m
7. n
Cx   1   equals to
n  n  n

mx mx m m x1
(A) . e m (B) .e (C) e0 (D)
x! x! mem x !

n n
 n – 3r  1  Cr
8. Find the sum of the series   n – r  1 
r 0 2r
.

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DPP No. 63 Max. Time : 34 min.

Topics : Indefinite Integration, Determinant, Vector

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1, 2 (3 marks, 3 min.) [6, 6]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.3, 4 (5 marks, 4 min.) [10, 8]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.5,6,7,8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [16, 20]

1 x  x  x2
1.  x  1 x
dx is equal to

1
(A) 1 x  C (B) 2 (1  x )3 / 2  C (C) 1 x  C (D) 2(1 + x)3/2 + C
2 3
m
2r 1 Cr 1 m
m 2 1 2m m1  Dr
2. Let m be a positive integer & Dr =
 a ssinse
sin 2 m 2
s 2
(m) sin (m1) 2
(0  r  m), then the value of
r0

is given by : Cl
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(A) 0 (B) m2  1 (C) 2m (D) 2m sin2 (2m)


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sin x cos x
3.  1 – sin4 x
dx is equal to

1 1
(A) sin–1(sin2x) + C (B) – cos–1(sin2x) + C (C) tan–1 (sin2x) + C (D) cot–1 (sin x) + c
2 2

4. The vector î  xĵ  3k̂ is rotated through an angle  and doubled in magnitude, then it becomes

4 î  ( 4 x  2). ĵ  2k̂ . Then values of x are

2 1 2
(A) – (B) (C) (D) 2
3 3 3

5. Evaluate the following

(x  1) e x 1
(i)  dx (ii)  2x 2  3 x  2
dx
cos2 (x e x )

6. Evaluate the following

 1  sin 2x  x sin 1 x
 e2x 
(i)  dx
 1  cos 2x 
(ii)  (1  x 2 3/2
)
dx

7. Evaluate the following


ex x5
(i)  [(1  ( x  2) n ( x  2)] dx (ii) x 2
dx
x2 1
8. Evaluate the following
dx
(i)  x ( x  9)
(ii)
x
 e (1  cot x  cot
2
x ) dx
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DPP No. 64 Max. Time : 39 min.

Topics : Indefinite Integration, Sequence & Series

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1, 2 (3 marks, 3 min.) [6, 6]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.3,4,5,6,7 (4 marks, 5 min.) [20, 25]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

( x  1)
1.  x(1  xe x 2
)
dx is equal to

xe x xe x 1 1
(A) n +C (B) n + +C (C) +C (D) None of these
1  xe x
1  xe x 1  xe x 1  xe x
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dx
C
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2.  tan x  cot x  sec x  cos ecx is equal to


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1 1
(A) (sinx + cosx + x) + c (B) (sinx – cosx – x) + c
2 2

1
(C) (cosx – x + sinx) + c (D) None of these
2

3. If a and b are the arithmetic means of a1, a2, ......., an and b1, b2,...., bn respectively, and

n n
ai + bi = 1 (i = 1, 2, ...., n), show that 
i 1
a i b i = nab –  (a – a )
i
2
.
i 1

dx cos x  sin x
4. Evaluate : (i)  sin 6 x
(ii)  sin 2 x
dx

(x cos x  1)
5. Evaluate :  dx
2 x 3 esin x  x 2

x
6. Evaluate : dx
x 4
 x2  1

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1  x7
7. Evaluate : 

x 1  x7  dx

8. Column - I Column - II

x4  1  ( x 2  1)  x 4  1 
(A) x 2 4
x  x 1 2
dx (p) n 
 x
C

 

 x 4  1  2x 
x2  1 1
 ln  C
(B) x 1 x4
dx (q)
2  ( x 2  1) 

 1 
1 x2 – tan 1  1 – 1   C
(C)  (1  x dx
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(r) x 4

ass
2
) 1 x4  

C l
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1 x4  x2  1
(D)  dx (s)
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C
(1  x 4 ) 1 x4  x2 x

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DPP No. 65 Max. Time : 39 min.

Topic : Indefinite Integration

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1, 2 (3 marks, 3 min.) [6, 6]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.3,4,5,6,7 (4 marks, 5 min.) [20, 25]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

dx
1.  (x 2
 4 x  5)2
is equal to

1 tan 1( x  1)  x2  1 tan 1( x  2)  x2 


(A)  2  +c (B)  2  +c
2  x  4x  5  2  x  4x  5 

1 tan 1( x  1)  x2  1 tan 1( x  2)  x2 


(C)   +c (D)   +c
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2 2
2  x  4x  5  2  x  4x  5 

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x dx C
2.  is equal to
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(1  x )  (1  x 2 )3
2
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1
(A) n 1  1  x 2  + c (B) 2 1 1 x2 + c
2  

(C) 2 1  1  x  + c
2
 
(D) 4 1 1 x2 + c

( x  1  x 2 )2009
3. Integrate :  1 x2
dx 4. Integrate : x13/2 . (1 + x5/2)1/2 w. r. t. x

x2 (sin3 / 2   cos 3 / 2 ) d


5. Evaluate :  (x 2
 3 x  3) x  1
dx 6. Evaluate :  sin3  cos 3  sin(   )

( x 2  4)
7. Evaluate :  (x 2
 1)( x 2  2)( x 2  3)
dx.

8. Column - I Column - II

(A) 1  sec x dx is equal to (p) tan–1 (tan2 x) + c



dx
(B)  (sin x – 2 cos x)(2 sin x  cos x) is equal to (q) tan–1  
cos x  sec x  1 + c

sin 2x 1 tan x – 2
(C)  sin 4
x  cos x 4 dx is equal to (r)
5
loge
2 tan x  1
c

sin3 ( x / 2) 1 – cos x
(D)  cos(x / 2). 3
cos x  cos x  cos x2 dx (s) 2 tan–1
cos x
+c

is equal to
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DPP No. 66 Max. Time : 31 min.

Topics : Permutation & Combination, Binomial Theorem, Indefinite Integration

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1 to 4 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.5 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.6 to Q.8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [12, 15]

1. There are 50 persons among whom 2 are brothers. The number of ways they can be arranged in a
circle, if there is exactly one person between the two brothers is
(A) 47! (B) 48! (C) 2.48! (D) 2.47!

2. The streets of a city are arranged like the lines of a chess board. There are 5 streets running North to
South & '3' streets running East to West. The number of ways in which a man can travel from NW to
SE corner going the shortest possible distance is:
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(A) 34 (B) 64 C 5 !. 3 ! (D) 15
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3. The cofficient of xn in the polynomial (x + 2n + 1 C0) (x + 2n + 1 C1) (x + 2n + 1 C2) ........ (x + 2n + 1 Cn) is


(A) 2n + 1 (B) 22n + 1 – 1 (C) 22n (D) None of these

4.  1  2 cot x(cot x  cos ecx ) dx is equal to

 x  x 1  x 1  x
(A) 2 ln  cos  + c (B) 2 n  sin  + c (C) n  cos  + c (D) n  sin  + c
 2  2 2  2 2  2

( x –7 / 6 – x 5 / 6 )  z 3 zp z q 
5. If x 1/ 3 2 1/ 2 1/ 2 2 1/ 3 dx = –      n | z – 1 |   k , where
( x  x  1) –x ( x  x  1) 
 3 2 r 

1/ 6
 1 
z =  x   1 , then
 x 

(A)  = 6 (B)  = 1 (C) p + q = 3 (D) q = r = 1

6. Out of 50 consecutive natural numbers in how many ways two numbers can be chosen such that
their sum is divisible by 2.

cos 2x  3
7. Integrate :  sin 4
x 4  tan 2 x
dx

(1  loge x )2
8. Evaluate :  2
dx
1  loge x x 1
  loge x x 
 
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DPP No. 67 Max. Time : 30 min.

Topics : Permutation & Combination, Indefinite Integration, Definite Integration

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1, 2 (3 marks, 3 min.) [6, 6]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.3 to Q.8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [24, 24]

1. How many maximum points of intersection can we get by arranging 8 straight lines and 4 circles in a
plane ?
(A) 100 (B) 104 (C) 64 (D) 92

x2  2
2. x 4
4
dx is equal to

1  x2  2  1  x2  2 
(A) tan–1   tan–1  
 2x  + c (B)  2x  + c
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2   2  

1  2x  C l 1
(C) tan–1  2  +c (D) tan–1 (x2 + 2) + c
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2  x 2 2
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3. 20 points lie on a circle. Find the number of triangle that can be formed such that no two vertices are
consecutive.

4. Evaluate :
2 4

(i)  | x 2  2x  3 | dx (ii)  {x} dx , where {.} denotes fractional part function


0 0

4
[x]
5. (i)  {x}
1
dx is equal to (where [.] and {.} represent greatest integer function and fractional part

function respectively).
2

(ii) The value of  [ x  [ x  [ x]]] dx


0
is (where [.] represent greatest integer function).

6. Evaluate :
3 

(i) 
1
(| x |  | x  1 |) dx (ii)  | cos x | dx
0

7. Evaluate :
1 1 1
x dx
(i) e x
dx (ii)   sin 2  x  d x (iii) 
1
5  4x
1 0

8. Integrate :
x4  1 (3 x 2  1) cot 1 x
(i)  x( x 2  1)2
dx (ii)  2x x
dx

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DPP No. 68 Max. Time : 35 min.

Topics : Definite Integration , Indefinite Integration

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3,4 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.5,6,7 (4 marks, 5 min.) [12, 15]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]


1. The value of the integral  (cos px  sin qx)2 dx where p, q are integers, is equal to :


(A)  (B) 0 (C)  (D) 2

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2. The value of the integral
/2

 C l
x sin ( [ x ]  x) d x is (where [ x ] denotes greater integer function)
/3
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1  1  3  3 
(A)  (B) – – (C) 1   (D) –1–
2 6 2 6 2 6 2 6

a /8
dx 2 tan 
3. If  xa  x
=  sin 2
d , then value of ‘a’ is equal to (a > 0)
0 0

3  3 9
(A) (B) (C) (D)
4 4 4 16

2 e4
x2
4. If the value of the integral e dx is  then  n x dx is equal to :
1 e

(A) e4  e  (B) 2 e4  e  (C) 2 (e4  e)  (D) none of these

1  x2
5. Evaluate :  1  x2
dx

6. Evaluate :

/2 2 5
cosx dx dx
(i)  (1  sinx )(2  sinx )
(ii) 
1 
x x4 1  (iii)  x 3  1  x  dx
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7. Evaluate :

3
–1
(i)  sin
0
(sin x ) dx

2
(ii)
 minx – [x],– x – [– x]dx (where ([x] represents greatest integer less than or equal to x)
–2


x log x
(iii)  (1  x
0
2 2
)
dx

8. Column – I Column – II

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(A) f(x) = min {x + 1, 2 sgn (|x|) },  x  R, (p) 3

C l
4
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then  f ( x) dx =
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5

(B) If f(x) is a continuous function for all real values of x and (q) 0

n 1
n2
satisfies 
n
f ( x ) dx 
2
,  n  , then
5

 f ( x ) dx 
3

n 1
(C) If
 [x  [x  [ x]]] dx  kn , n  (where [ . ] denotes the greatest
n
(r) 22

integer function), then k is/are

x
et
(D) If f(x) =
 dt , x  R+, then the number of solutions of f(x) = 1 is (s) 1
t
1

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DPP No. 69 Max. Time : min.

Topic : Permutation and Combination

REVISION DPP ON PERMUTATION AND COMBINATION


1. (i) Find the number of four letter word that can be formed from the letters of the word HISTORY.
(each letter to be used at most once)
(ii) How many of them contain only consonants?
(iii) How many of them begin & end in a consonant?
(iv) How many of them begin with a vowel?
(v) How many contain the letters Y? (vi) How many begin with T & end in a vowel?
(vii) How many begin with T & also contain S? (viii) How many contain both vowels?
2. How many natural numbers are there from 1 to 1000 which have none of their digits repeated.
3. If all letters of the word '' VARUN'' are written in all possible ways and then are arranged as in a
dictionary, then the rank of the word VARUN is :
(A) 98 (B) 99
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(C) 100 (D) 101
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In how many ways can 5 letters be mailed if there are 3 mailboxes available if each letter can be
C
mailed in any mailbox. (Repetition allowed)
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5. In how many ways four persons can be accommodated in 3 different chairs if each person can
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occupy only one chair. Also find number of ways in which three persons can accomodate in 4 chairs.
6. The number of ways in which 7 letters can be put in 7 envelopes such that exactly four letters are in wrong
envelopes is
(A) 300 (B) 315 (C) 325 (D) 1035
7. In a telephone system four different letter P, R, S, T and the four digits 3, 5, 7, 8 are used. Find the
maximum number of ''telephone numbers'' the system can have if each consists of a letter followed
by a four-digit number in which the digit may be repeated.
8. It is required to seat 5 men and 4 women in a row so that the women occupy the even places. How
many such arrangements are possible?
9. An ice cream parlour has ice creams in eight different varieties. Number of ways of choosing 3 ice creams
taking atleast two ice creams of the different variety, is :
(A) 56 (B) 112 (C) 100 (D) none
(Assume that ice creams of the same variety are identical & available in unlimited supply)
10. A women has 11 close friends. Find the number of ways in which she can inivite 5 of them to dinner, if two
particular of them are not on speaking terms & will not attend together.
11. Distinct 3 digit numbers are formed using only the digits 1, 2, 3 and 4 with each digit used at most once in
each number thus formed. The sum of all possible numbers so formed is
(A) 6660 (B) 3330 (C) 2220 (D) none
12. There are 2 identical white balls, 3 identical red balls and 4 green balls of different shades. The number of
ways in which they can be arranged in a row so that atleast one ball is separated from the balls of the same
colour, is :
(A) 6 (7 ! – 4!) (B) 7 (6 ! – 4 !) (C) 8 ! – 5 ! (D) none
13. The number of noncongruent rectangle that can be formed on a chessboard, is
(A) 30 (B) 32 (C) 33 (D) 36
14. There are 6 boxes numbered 1, 2,.................6. Each box is to be filled up either with a red or a green ball
in such a way that at least 1 box contains a green ball and the boxes containing green balls are
consecutive. The total number of ways in which this can be done, is
(A) 21 (B) 33 (C) 60 (D) 6
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15. Find the number of different permutations of the letters of the word "BOMBAY" taken four at a time.
How would the result be affected if the name is changed to "MUMBAI". Also find the number of combina-
tions of the letters taken 3 at a time in both the cases.

16. Find the number of 10 digit numbers using the digits 0, 1, 2,.................9 without repetition. How many of
these are divisible by 4.

17. Six married couple are sitting in a room. Find the number of ways in which 4 people can be selected so that
(A) they do not form a couple (B) they form exactly one couple
(C) they form at least one couple (D) they form atmost one couple

18. The number of ways in which 14 men be partitioned into 6 committies where two of the committies contain
3 men & the other contain 2 men each is :
14 ! 14 ! 14 ! 14 !
(A) (3 ! )2 (2 ! )4 (B) (3 ! )2 (2 ! )5 (C) 4! (3 ! )2.(2 ! )4 (D) (2 ! )5 .(3 ! )2.4 !

19. The number of ways in which 8 non-identical apples can be distributed among 3 boys such that every boy
should get atleast 1 apple & atmost 4 apples is K. 7P3 where K has the value equal to :
(A) 88 (B) 66 (C) 44 (D) 22

20. Delegates of the five of the member countries of SAARC decide to hold a round table conference. There
are 5 Indians, 4 Bangladeshis, 4 Pakistanis, 3 Sri Lankans and 3 Nepales. In how many ways can they be
seated ? In how many ways can they be seated, if those of the same nationality sit together ?
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How many necklace of 11 beads each can be made from 23 beads of various colours ?
1  23 !  23 !
C  23 ! 
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(A) 22  12!  (B) 12 ! (C)  2.12 !  (D) none of these


   
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22. Given 11 points, of which 5 lie on one circle, other than these 5, no 4 lie on one circle. Then the maximum
number of circles that can be drawn so that each contains atleast three of the given points is :
(A) 216 (B) 156 (C) 172 (D) none

23. How many ways are there to seat n married couples (n  3) around a table such that men and women
alternate and each women is not adjacent to her husband.

24. The number of positive integral solutions of the equation x + y + z + w = 19 is equal to


(A) the number of ways in which 15 identical things can be distributed among 4 persons.
(B) the number of ways in which 19 identical things can be distributed among 4 persons.
(C) coefficients of x19 in (x0 + x1 + x2 + ..... + x19)4
(D) coefficients of x19 in (x + x2 + x3 + ....... + x19)4

25. A man wants to distribute 101 coins of a rupee each, among his 3 sons with the condition that no one
receives more money than the combined total of other two. The number of ways of doing this is :
103 103
C2 C2
(A) 103C2 – 352C2 (B) (C) 1275 (D)
3 6

26. The number of combination of 16 things, 8 of which are alike and the rest different, taken 8 at a time is___

27. Number of divisors of N = 27 . 33 . 54 divisible by 6 but not by 15 is


(A) 24 (B) 21 (C) 30 (D) 60

28. Number of divisors of 240 in the from 4n + 2 (n  0) is equal to


(A) 4 (B) 8 (C) 10 (D) 3

29. If N = 2p– 1.(2p – 1), where 2p–1 is a prime, then the sum of the divisors of N expressed in terms of N is equal to
_____

30. Exponent of 12 in 100! is


(A) 24 (B) 48 (C) 54 (D) 36

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DPP No. 70 Max. Time : 36 min.

Topic : Definite Integration


Type of Questions M.M., Min.
Single choice Objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.2,3,4 (3 marks, 3 min.) [9, 9]
Multiple choice objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.5 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
Subjective Questions ('–1' negative marking) Q.1,6,7 (4 marks, 5 min.) [12, 15]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

3
 1 x x 2  1 
1. Evaluate :   tan  tan 1 dx
2
x 1 x 
1

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ass
/2 /2
dx sin x
2. Given  = n 2, then the value of  dx is equal to:
0 1  sin x  cos x
C l 0 1  sin x  cos x
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1   1 
(A) n 2 (B)  n 2 (C)  n 2 (D) + n 2
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2 2 4 2 2

/2 /4
3. If  =  n (sin x) dx then  n (sin x  cos x) dx =
0  /4

I I I
(A) (B) (C) (D) 
2 4 2

1 /2
n( x  1)
4. Let u = 
0
x 12 dx and v =  n (sin 2x) dx , then
0

(A) u = 4v (B) 4u + v = 0 (C) u + 4v = 0 (D) 2u + v = 0

/2 /2 2
sin ( 2 n  1) x  sin n x 
5. If An =  sin x
d x; Bn =  
 sin x 
 d x; for n  N, then :
0 0

(A) An + 1 = An (B) Bn + 1 = Bn (C) An + 1  An = Bn + 1 (D) Bn + 1  Bn = An + 1

1 1
1 
 1 
 dx  2 tan  1 x dx . Hence or otherwise,
6. Prove that tan   1 x  x 2




0 0

evaluate the integral  tan


0
1
1 x  x  dx 2

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x
1
7. Given that, F(x) =
x2
 (4 t2  2 F (t)) dt , find F  (4) .
4

8. Column – 1 Column – 2

 max . | x |, x , x  dx is equal to
2 4
(A) The value of (p) –1
1

a a
17
(B) If for a continuous f(x),  f ( x ) dx = | k |  (f(x)  f(x)) dx , then k is/are
0
(q)
3
a


2x k 5
(C) If e
0
(sin 2x  cos 2x ) dx = –
2
, then value of k is/are (r)
2

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 (sin
2
4t  t 2 ) dt C
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(D) lim 0 is equal to (s) 1


x 0
x3
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MATHEMATICS Total Marks : 31
DPP No. 71 Max. Time : 33 min.

Topic : Definite Integration

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3,4,5 (3 marks, 3 min.) [15, 15]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.6,7 (4 marks, 5 min.) [8, 10]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]

4 2 
 logx 2  logx 2  dx equals to :

1. 2

 n2 

(A) 0 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) 4


es
lass
2
C
 x  x  dx, where [ . ] denotes the greatest integer function, is equal to :
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2 2
2. The value of
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(A) 4 + 2 – 3 (B) 4 – 2 + 3 (C) 4 – 3– 2 (D) none of these

 x 2  2, x  1
3. The area of the closed figure bounded by x = – 1, x = 2 and y =  and the abscissa axis
 2x  1, x  1

is
(A) 16/3 sq. units (B) 10/3 sq. units (C) 13/3 sq. units (D) 7/3 sq. units

4. The area of the region for which 0 < y < 3 – 2x – x2 and x > 0 is

3 3
2 2
(A)  (3  2x  x ) dx (B)  (3  2 x  x ) dx
1 0

1 3
2 2
(C)  (3  2x  x ) dx (D)  (3  2 x  x ) dx
0 1

5. The area bounded by the curves x  y  1 and x + y = 1 is

1 1 1
(A) (B) (C) (D) none of these
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 2x  –1  2 x 
1/ 3 cos –1 2   tan  2 
 x  1  1 – x  dx
6. Evaluate :  ex  1
–1/ 3

 1
dx dx
7. For  (0, )  (, 2) show that 
0
x 2 2xcos1
=2
0
x 2

2 xcos1

8. Column –  Column – 

(A) Let f : R  R be a differentiable function and f (1) = 1, f(1) = 3. (P) 2

x2

 (f (t)  t) dt
Then the value of xlim 1 is
1
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( x  1)2

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(B) If  (3ax 2  2bx  c ) dx =  (3ax  2bx  c ) dx where a, b, c (Q) 0
0 1

are constants, then a + b + c =

(C) Number of rational points P  () lying on x  2   + y  3 


2 2
= 4 (R) 1

is (rational point means x and y co-ordinate both are rational)

(D) Number of integral values of 'a' for which the function (S) 4

f(x) = x3 + (a + 2) x2 + 3ax + 5 is monotonic in R is

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DPP No. 72 Max. Time : 36 min.

Topic : Definite Integration

Type of Questions M.M., Min.

Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3,4,5,6 (3 marks, 3 min.) [18, 18]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.7 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
Fill in the Blanks (no negative marking) Q.8 (4 marks, 4 min.) [4, 4]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.9,10 (4 marks, 5 min.) [8, 10]

d2 y
The degree of the differential equation, e d3 y / dx 3  + x 2 + y = 0 is:
2
1.
dx

(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 0 (D) not defined


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1 /4
C
 2 cos 2  
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 tan –1 x dx   , then – 1  sec 2  d is equal to


2. If
0
 tan
0
 2 – sin 2  
 
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(A)  (B) (C) 3 (D) 2
2

3
3. The line y = mx bisects the area enclosed by the curve y = 1 + 4x  x2 and the lines x = 0, x = and
2
y = 0. Then the value of m is

13 6 3
(A) (B) (C) (D) 4
6 13 2

4. The area of the closed figure bounded by y = x, y =  x and the tangent to the curve y = x 2  5 at the

point (3, 2) is:

15 35
(A) 5 (B) (C) 10 (D)
2 2

5. The area x, y ; x 2



 y  x is equal to

1 2 1
(A) (B) (C) (D) none of these
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6. The solution of the differential equation, x (x2 + 3y2) dx + y (y2 + 3x2) dy = 0 is

(A) x4 + y4 + x2y2 = c (B) x4 + y4 + 3x2y2 = c

(C) x4 + y4 + 6x2y2 = c (D) x4 + y4 + 9x2y2 = c

7. Identify the statement(s) which is/are True.

y
(A) f(x , y) = ey/x + tan is homogeneous of degree zero
x

y y2 y
(B) x. n dx + sin1 dy = 0 is homogeneous of degree one
x x x

(C) f(x , y) = x2 + sin x. cos y is not homogeneous

(D) (x2 + y2) dx – (xy2  y3) dy = 0 is a homogeneous differential equation.


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C
dy dy
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8. The order and degree of the differential equation  4  7x = 0 are ______ and ______
dx dx
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respectively.

(  / 4 )1/ 3
x2
9. Evaluate :  7
(1  sin2 x 3 ) (1 e x )
dx
– (  / 4 )1/ 3

10. Find the order and degree of the following differential equations

2
d2 y  dy 
(i) +   =0
dx 2  dx 

(ii) (x2 + y2) dx – 2xy dy = 0

2
 dy 
(ii) 1   = x3
 dx 

d3 y  dy 
(iv) = 4   5
3
dx  dx 

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DPP No. 73 Max. Time : 28 min.

Topic : Definite Integration

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 (3 marks, 3 min.) [24, 24]
Multiple choice objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.9 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]

dy x(2 log x  1)
1. A particular solution of  is -
dx sin y  y cos y
(A) y siny = x log x (B) y2 siny = x logx (C) y sin y = x2 log x (D) none of these

tan 1 y  dy
2. The solution of differential equation (1 + y2) +  x  2e  = 0 is
  dx
1 1 1
(A) (x – 2) = k e 2 tan y
(B) x e tan y
= e 2 tan y
+k

esx e
1 1 1
tan y 2 tan y 2 tan y
(C) x e –1
= tan y + k
a ss(D) = e +k

3. The solution of the differential equation x2


Cl dy  1   1
. cos   – y sin   = –1, where y  – 1 as x  is.
TA

dx x
  x
1 1 x 1
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(A) y = sin + cos (B) y =


x x x sin(1/ x )
1 1 x 1
(C) y = sin – cos (D) y =
x x x cos(1/ x )

4. Solution of the differential equation (x2 + y3) (2x2dx + 3ydy) = 12x dx + 18y2 dy is
2 3 3 2
(A) x + y = 6 ln (x2 + y3) + c (B) x2 + y3 = 9 ln (x2 + y3) + c
3 2
2 3 3 2
(C) x + y = 6 ln (x3 + y2) + c (D) x3 + y2 = 6 ln (x2 + y3) + c
3 2
 x2 2


5. Solution of differential equation (2x n y) dx +  y  3 y  dy = 0 is
 
(A) x2 n y + y3 = c (B) x n y + y2 = c (C) x2 n y + y2 = c (D) none of these

dy 1
6. If solution of the differential equation = x cos y  sin 2y is x = cesin y – k (1 + sin y), then k =
dx
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 5
7. A curve passes through the point (2a, a) and is such that sum of subtangent and abscissa is equal to
a. Its equation is
(A) (x – a) y2 = a3 (B) (x – a)2 y = a3 (C) (x – a) y = a2 (D) none of these

10
[x 2 ]
8. If [·] represents the gretest integer function, then  [x
4
2
 28 x  196]  [ x 2 ]
dx is equal to -

(A) 0 (B) 1 (C) 3 (D) None of these

9. Which of the following equation(s) is/are linear differential equation.


dy y  dy  d 2y
(A) + = ln x (B) y   + 4x = 0 (C) dx + dy = 0 (D) = cos x
dx x  dx  dx 2
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DPP No. 74 Max. Time : 36 min.

Topics : Permutation & Combination, Probability

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3,4,5,6,7 (3 marks, 3 min.) [21, 21]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.8,9,10 (4 marks, 5 min.) [12, 15]
1. Number of natural number between 100 and 1000 such that at least one of their digits is 6, is
(A) 243 (B) 252 (C) 258 (D) 648

2. 6 chocolates out of 8 different brands available in the market are choosen, what is the probability
that all the chocolates are of different brands.
8 8 8
C6 C6 C6
(A) 13 (B) 13 (C) (D) None of these
C6 C8 86

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If a, b, c are odd positive integer then number of positive integral solution of a + b + c = 13.
l
(A) 15 (B) 21
C
(C) 56 (D) 28
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4. 18 points are indicated on the perimeter of a triangle ABC (see figure).


If three points are choosen probability that it will form a triangle :-
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(A) (B)
816 2
355 711
(C) (D)
408 816

5. A natural number is selected at random from the set X = {x : 1  x  100}. Probability that the number
satisfies the inequation x2 – 13x  30 is
9 3 2
(A) (B) (C) (D) none of these
50 20 11

6. A five digits number of the form x y z y x is choosen, probability that x < y is :


35 6 19 13
(A) (B) (C) (D)
90 15 45 30

7. The probability of choosing randomly a number which is from 1 to 90 divisible by 6 or 8 is


1 11 1 23
(A) (B) (C) (D)
6 90 30 90

8. A seven digit number is choosen. What the probability that even number occupy even places ?

9. (i) A coin is tossed 20 times find the probability that number of tail obtained is more than number
of heads.
(ii) From 52 playing card person A picks one card and then person B picks another cards
randomly. Find the probability that these card are of different colours.

10. 4 people are selected randomly out of six married couple. Find the probability that
(i) exactly one married couple is formed (ii) exactly two married couple are formed
(iii) they do not form a married couple.
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DPP No. 75 Max. Time : 34 min.

Topics : Permutation & Combination, Probability


Type of Questions M.M., Min.
Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1,2,3,4,5,6,7 (3 marks, 3 min.) [21, 21]
Multiple choice objective (no negative marking) Q.8 (5 marks, 4 min.) [5, 4]
Fill in the Blanks (no negative marking) Q.9 (4 marks, 4 min.) [4, 4]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.10 (4 marks, 5 min.) [4, 5]
1. A pair of fair dice is thrown independently three times. The probability of getting a score of exactly 9
twice is
1 8 8 8
(A) (B) (C) (D)
729 9 729 243

2. If P(A) = 0.59, P(B) = 0.30, P(A  B) = 0.21, then P(A  B) is equal to
(A) 0.79 (B) 0.11 (C) 0.32 (D) 0.38
3.
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Two non-negative integers are chosen at random, then the probability that the sum of their squares is
divisible by 5 is
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(A)
7
(B)
8 C (C)
9
(D)
5
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3 5
4. Suppose A and B shoot independently until each hits his target. They have probabilities and of hitting
5 7
the targets at each shot. The probability that B will require more shots than A is
6 7 8 1
(A) (B) (C) (D)
31 31 31 2
5. Number of ways in which A A B B B C can be placed in the squares of the figure as shown, so that no
row remains empty, is :
(A) 9720
(B) 4860
(C) 2160
(D) 1620
6. A person throws dice, one the common cube and the other regular terahedron, the number on the
lowest face being taken in the case of a tetrahedron. The chance that the sum of numbers thrown is
not less than 5 is
1 3 4 5
(A) (B) (C) (D)
4 4 5 6
7. If two events A and B are such that P(Ac) = 0.3. P(B) = 0.4 and P(A Bc) = 0.5, then P(B/A  Bc) =
(A) 0.9 (B) 0.5 (C) 0.6 (D) 0.25
8. The letters of the word PROBABILITY are written down at random in a row. Let E1 denotes the event that
two 's are together and E2 denotes the event that two B's are together, then
3 2 18 1
(A) P(E1) = P(E2) = (B) P(E1  E2) = (C) P(E1  E2) = (D) P(E1/E2)=
11 55 55 5
9. (i) The number of arrangements that can be made taking 4 letters, at a time, out of the letters of the word
“PASSPORT” is _____
(ii) Probability that both S appear in such 4 letter words is _______
(iii) Probability that all letter are distinct in such 4 letter words is _______
6476
10. Find the last digit of (73)75 .
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DPP No. 76 Max. Time : 35 min.

Topics : Probability, Permutation & Combination, Vector, Definite Integration


Type of Questions M.M., Min.
Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1 to 4 (3 marks, 3 min.) [12, 12]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.5 to 7 (4 marks, 5 min.) [12, 15]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.8 (8 marks, 8 min.) [8, 8]
1. Two fair dice are rolled together, one of the dice showing 4, then the probability that the other is showing 6
is
2 1 1 1
(A) (B) (C) (D)
11 18 6 36
       
2. If a  i  j  k & b  i  2 j  k , then the vector c such that a . c = 2 & a  c = b is
1  1  1  1
(A) i  2 j  k
  (B)  i  2 j  5 k
  (C) i  2 j  5 k
  (D)  i  2 j  5 k
 
3 3 3 3
3. Number of permutations of alphabets a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i taken all at a time, such that the alphabet
es
'a' appearing some where to the left of 'b',
'c' appearing to the left of 'd', and lass
C
'e' somewhere to the left of 'f', is (Example - h a e g b c i d f would be one such permutation )
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(A) 5 ! 4 ! (B) 8 ! (C) 8 ! 4 ! (D) 9 . 7 !


4. Number of ways in which 5A's and 6B's can be arranged in a row which reads the same backwards and
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(A) 12 (B) 10 (C) 8 (D) 6
5. Let E = {1, 2, 3, 4} and F = {1, 2} A function is defined from E to F
(i) Find the probability that it is onto
(ii) Find the probability that it is one one
6. There are two groups of subjects one of which consists of 5 science subjects and 3 engineering
subjects and the other consists of 3 science and 5 engineering subjects. An unbiased die is cast. If
number 3 or number 5 turns up, a subject is selected at random from the first group, otherwise the
subject is selected at random from the second group. Find the probability that an engineering subject
is selected ultimately.
1
7. Three shots are fired independently at a target in succession. The probabilities of a hit in the first shot is ,
2
2 3 2
in the second and in the third shot is . In case of one hit, the probability of destroying the target is
3 4 3
7
and in the case of two hits and in the case of three hits 1.0. Find the probability of destroying the target
11
in three shots.
8. Match the column
Column-I Column-II
2
2
(A) | 1– x
–2
| dx (p) 2
/2
20 dx
(B)   1  tan
0
3
x
(q) 3
3
2 x
(C)  
0
3–x
dx (r) 4
1
8 sin –1 ( x )dx
(D) 2 
0
x(1 – x )
(s) 5
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DPP No. 77 Max. Time : 28 min.

Topics : Probability, Definite Integration

Type of Questions M.M., Min.


Single choice Objective (no negative marking) Q.1 to 6 (3 marks, 3 min.) [18, 18]
Subjective Questions (no negative marking) Q.7 to 8 (4 marks, 5 min.) [8, 10]

1. A pair of fair dice is rolled together till a sum of either 5 or 7 is obtained. Then the probability that 5 comes
before 7,is
2 1 1 2
(A) (B) (C) (D)
5 5 3 3

2. The sum of the terms of an infinite G.P. is equal to the greatest value of the function, f(x) = x3 + 3x – 9 in the
interval [–2, 3] and the difference between the first and the second term is f(0). Then the first term of the
G.P. can be
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(A) – 9 (B) 27 C (D)
3
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3. One hundred identical coins, each with probability p, of showing up heads are tossed once. If
0 < p < 1 and the probability of heads showing on 50 coins is equal to that of heads on 51 coins, then
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the value of p is
1 49 50 51
(A) (B) (C) (D)
2 101 101 101

4. If all the letters of the word "SUCCESS" are written down at random in a row, then the probability that
no two C's and no two S's occur together is
2 8 2
(A) (B) (C) (D) none of these
35 35 7
1 1
5. For Un =  xn (2  x)n d x; Vn =  xn (1  x)n d x n  N, which of the following statement(s) is/are true?
0 0

(A) Un = 2n Vn (B) Un = 2 n Vn (C) Un = 22n Vn (D) Un = 2  2n Vn


1
99
6.  x (1 – x)
0
dx is equal to

1 1 1
(A) (B) (C) (D) none of these
10100 5050 5051

3
7. The probability of a shooter hitting a target is . How many minimum number of times must he fire
4
so that probability of hitting the target at least once is more than 0.99 ?

8. 'A' writes a letter to his friend 'B' and gives it to his son to post it in a letter box, the reliability of his son
3 8
being . The probability that a letter posted will get delivered is . At a later date, 'A' hears from 'B'
4 9
that the letter has not reached him. Find the probability that the son did not post the letter at all.
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DPP NO. - 1 DPP NO. - 6
1. (B) 2. (D) 3. (A) 1. (B) 2. (B) 3. (B)(C) 4. (B)

4. (–, –2)  (–2, –1/2)  (1, )


5. (B) 6. Domain [–1, 1]
5. (–5, –2)  (2, 3)  (3, 5) 6. [0, 8/5]  [5/2, )
1
7. cos (sin 1) 7. – < a 0
2

 5
8. (4n, +4n)   nn2 8. (A)  (s), (B)  (q), (C)  (p), (D)  (p)
3 3

DPP NO. - 2 DPP NO. - 7


1. (D) 2. (D) 3. (D) 1. (D) 2. (C) 3. (A) 4. (C)
 1  4.2 n 
–1  
5. (C) 6. (A) 7. cot
5. x  (–3, –2)  (2, 3)
es  2(2n  1) 
ass8. 5 < a  19
 
6. 2 x2 + 2 y2  2 c x + c2  a2 = 0
C l
3
TA

DPP NO. - 3 DPP NO. - 8


GU P

1. (A) 2. (A) 3. (A) 4. (D) 1. (C) 2. (A) 3. (C) 4. (A)

5. (– , – 2]  [1, ) 6. a2c2x2 – (b2 – 2ac) x + 1 = 0 5. (A) 6. (B)(D) 7. 720

7. – log23, Irrational 8. (A)  (q), (B)  (q), (C)  (r), (D)  (s)

8. (A  r), (B  r), (C  q), (D  s)


DPP NO. - 9

DPP NO. - 4 1. (C) 2. (D) 3. (B) 4. (A)

1. (C) 2. (A) 3. (C) 4. (B) 5. (C) 6. (C) 7. (b) For all a  (2, )
5. for all x  (0, 1/8)
8. (a)  (S), (b)  (P), (c)  (S), (d)  (Q)
8. (A  p), (B q), (C q), (D  p)

DPP NO. - 5 DPP NO. - 10

1. (C) 2. (A) 3. (B) 1. (B) 2. (B) 3. (C) 4. (D)

4. (i) F (ii) F (iii) T (iv) F (v) T 5. (A)(B)(C) 6. (A)(B)(C)

5. For all a  (0, 1)  (1, 6/5) 6. 162 7. Integral solution (0, 0); (2, 2). x + y = 6, x + y = 0

8. 866

7. Three 8.
3
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DPP NO. - 11 DPP NO. - 17
1. (B) 2. (D) 3. (C) 4. (C) 1. (C) 2. (D) 3. (B) 4. (B C D)
5. (C) 6. (1) 7. (C) 5. (A B C) 6. (C D) 7. – 2, 0
5
8. a  8. (A)(q,r), (B)(r,s), (C)(p,q), (D)(p,s, t)
2

DPP NO. - 12 DPP NO. - 18


1. (C) 2. (A) 3. (C) 4. (1) 1. (C) 2. (A) 3. (C) 4. (A B D)
5. (C) 6. (A) 7. (A) 8. (A)
5. (i) 2 (ii) 24 6. 5/2
DPP NO. - 13
0
1. (B) 2. (D) 3. (A) 4. (D) 7. (i) (ii) not defined (iii) non indeterminate
0
5. (B) 6. (C) 7. (D) 8. (A)
(iv) not defined (v) not defined
9. (C) 10. (A) 11. (B) 12. (D)
es
13. (C) 14. (B) 15. (B)
lass8. (A)  (s) ; (B)  (q) ; (C)  (r) ; (D)  (p)
C
TA

DPP NO. - 14 DPP NO. - 19


GU P

1. (D) 2. (D) 3. (D) 4. (B) 1. (C) 2. (B) 3. (A)(D) 4. (D)


5. (C) 6. (B)

7. (i) [1, ) 5. x  (–5, 0)  (2, 5) 6. (i) 1/6 (ii) 9



(ii) x  [2n, 2n + ] – (2n + 1) , n 
2
(iii) (4, ) (iv)  4x 3
7. True 8.
9
8. (i) x = 2 (ii) (1/2, 2]

DPP NO. - 15 DPP NO. - 20

1. (A) 2. (C) 3. (C) 4. (D) 1. (C) 2. (A) 3. 1005 4. (D)

5. (A) 6. (C)

7. (i) ( 4, 4) (ii) [ 3, 3] (iii) [cos 2, 1](iv) [0, 1/2] 1


5. (i) (ii) 6
2
8. 1752

 1  1 
6.  0 ,    3 , 243  [27 , ) ]
DPP NO. - 16  27   

1. (C) 2. (D) 3. (C) 4. (A C)


7. a = 1, 2, 3.
5. (0, 1)

6. (i) one-one, onto (ii) many-one, into


8. (A)  (s), (B) (r), (C) (p), (D)  (q)
(iii) one-one, onto 8. x = 4, 13
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DPP NO. - 21 DPP NO. - 25
3 7 1. (B) 2. (C) 3. (B) 4. (D)
1. (A) 2. (i) 3(ii) 2 sin 2 3. (i) (ii)
5 9
5. (A)(C)
4. (a) 0 (b) does not exist (c) 2
6. (A) True (B) True (C) False (D) False
29 19 97
5. , , 1 1  
12 6 24 7. a= , g(0)= (n2)2 8. LHD=– and RHD=
2 8 2 2

 x , 0  x 1
6. (a) Yes, f–1 (x) =  (b) [0, 2) DPP NO. - 26
3  x, 1  x  2

1. (D) 2. (C) 3. (A) 4. (C)


3
7. (i) – 1 (ii) (iii) – 1
2 5. (B) 6. 3x + y + 1 = 0

8. (i) 2(  n 2)2 (ii) 0 7. a  1, b = 0, c = 1/3, d = –1

es
DPP NO. - 22
lass DPP NO. - 27
C 1. (C) 2. (B) 3. (D) 4. (B)(D)
TA

1. (C) 2. (A) 3. (A) 4. (A)


5. f(x) is discontinuous at x = 6 and non-differentiable
GU P

1 1
5. (i) 1 (ii) 6. a = 1, a =
2 4

7. a  [2,) 8. (A)  r, (B)  p, (C)  s, (D)  q


9  21
at x = ,6
DPP NO. - 23 2

1. (B) 2. (B) 3. (A)(B)(C)(D)


 1

a2   3x , x
3
4. (i) – 2 (ii) e 2b 2  1 1
6. 3  3 x ,  x  1 , discontinuous at x =
 3 3
5x, x 1
1 1 3 5 
5. (i) (ii) n 2 6. a = 1, r = , S =
2 a e 5 2
d2  d  1
7. n = ±2 8. 2
7. 4 8. a  (6, ) 3

DPP NO. - 24 DPP NO. - 28

1. (A) 2. (B) 3. (B) 4. (C) 1. (C) 2. (B) 3. (C) 4. (1, 1)

5. (A) 6. (A) 7. (B)


5. (A)(B) 6. (A)(B)(C) 7. p = 2
8. (B)(D) 9. (A)
8. (i) 6 (ii) (1, 1) and (1, –2)
10. (A)  (r), (B)  (s), (C)  (q), (D)  (p)

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DPP NO. - 29 DPP NO. - 34
1. (B) 2. (B) 3. (A)(B)(D) 4. (C)(D) 1. (B) 2. (D) 3. (D) 4. (D)

5. (A)(B) 7. y + x – 1 = 0 5
5. (A) 6. (B) 7. (B)(C) 8. a = 1, b = –
2
t 1 t
8. If(i) tan (ii) sec4  
2 2a 2 DPP NO. - 35
1 t t 1. (B) 2. (C) 3. (B) 4. (B)
(iii) sec6   tan  
a2 2 2
5 – 5 5  5 
5. k  
 2
, 
2 
6.  5, 10 
DPP NO. - 30
5 4
1. (D) 2. y = ± 2 (x – 2) 3. x = 2y 7. 1 + i, 1 + 3i, 3 + i 8. .
3 3

4 2
 
4.  = tan–1  7  6. (0, 0), (1, 2), (– 1, – 2) DPP NO. - 36
 

s es
1. (A) 2. (B) 3. (C) 4. (C)
7. x2 + y2 ± m(m  n) x ± n(n  m ) y = 0 las 5. (D) 6. (B) 7. (C)(D)
C
TA

8. 60  1 
8. (A)(B)(C)(D) 9.  1  n  (1 + i)
GU P

 22 
DPP NO. - 31
11. z (1  2 i) – z(1  2 i) – 6i = 0
1. (C) 2. (B) 3. (A) 4. (A)

5. (C) 6. (D) 7. (C)(D) 12. centre: 9 + i, radius = 26

13. (A)  (p,q), (B)  (p,q), (C)  (r), (D)  (s)


DPP NO. - 32
1. (B) 2. (D) 3. (C) 4. (B)
DPP NO. - 37
1. (A) 2. (C) 3. (C) 4. (A)

5. (A)(C) 6. 5. (C) 6. k  (0, 4e 2) 7. a = – 3, b = 2, c = 1
4

DPP NO. - 38
DPP NO. - 33
1. (B) 2. (B)(C)
1. (B) 2. (D) 3. (D) 4. (B)
3. (i) 3 points, x = 0, –3, – 5
5. (A) 7. 2x3 – 15x2 + 28x – 15 = 0 (ii)  points, x  [– 1, 2]
 3
(iii) 2 points, x = ,
4 4

4. M.. in [–2, 0]  [2, ) & M.D. in (–, –2]  [0, 2)

5. 2 6. 29
8. 7. (i) MI x  [0, 2]  [4, 6)  [8, 9], MD [2, 4]  (6, 8]
(ii) Local minima x = 0, 4, 8, Local maxima x = 2, 6, 9
(iii) Concaveup x  [3, 6)  (6, 9],
Concavedown x  [0, 3)
(iv) Inflection point x = 3
(v) Critical points 2, 4, 6, 8
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DPP NO. - 39 DPP NO. - 46
1. (B) 2. (A) 3. (B) 4. (D) 1. (A) 2. (B) 3. (D) 4. 20.

5. (D) 6. (B) 7. (C) 5. (C)(D) 6. (D) 7. (B)(D) 8. x2 – 3x + 2 = 0

9. (A) 10. x = 4n, n 


DPP NO. - 40
1. (B) 2. (C) 3. (C) 4. (C)
DPP NO. - 47
5. (A) 6. (A) 7. (D) 8. (C) 1. (i) False (ii) False (iii) True (iv) False

9. (A) 10. (A) (v) False (vi) True

3. (B) 4. (C) 5. (C) 6. n 7. (B)


DPP NO. - 41
8. (A)
1. (C) 2. (B) 3. (A) 4. (A)
DPP NO. - 48
5. (B) 6. (– , – 4/3) (2, )

7. 9/4 8. a = b = 3 (c  a  b)(a  b  c ) 1 1
es
ass
1. 7.  2 cot 2 ,
2  
DPP NO. - 42 C l
8. 5x – 4y – 1 = 0
TA

1. (B) 2. (A) 3. (B)(C)


DPP NO. - 49
GU P

7. (/6) + (1/2) n 3, (/3) – (1/2) n 3


1. (C) 2. (A) 3. (D) 4. (B)
8. (A) p, s ; (B) q ; (C) p, s ; (D) r, s
5. (C) 6. (A)(B)(C)(D) 8. 4

DPP NO. - 43
DPP NO. - 50
1. (B) 2. (B) 3. v (2  2 )
1. (D) 2. (A)(B)(C) 3. (C)(D) 5. 37

8. (– , 0]  [4, )  {1}
1
6. f(e) = 1, f '(2) = 7. (y – m1x) (y – m 2x) = c1c2
2
DPP NO. - 51
4 3
8. 1. (D) 2. (A) 3. (D) 4. (A)(C)
9
5. 1 : 3 externally 6. p = 2, q = –1

DPP NO. - 44 7. 3 : 2 8. 2 : 1

1 (D) 2 (C) 3 (A) 4. (D) DPP NO. - 52


5. (C) 6. 38 8. a = 1, b = 9 OR b = 1, a = 9 1. (A) 2. (C) 3. (A) 4. (A)

5. (C) 6. (C) 7. (A) 8. 1/2


DPP NO. - 45
DPP NO. - 53
1. (C) 2. (C) 3. (C) 4. (A)
1. (D) 2. (C) 3. (D) 4. (A)
5. (B)(D) 6. (A)(C) 7. a = –2, b = 0, c = 24, d > 32
5. (B) 6. (D) 7. (A) 8. (B) 9. (D)
8. (– , –1]  [10, )
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DPP NO. - 54 DPP NO. - 58
1. (B) 2. (B) 3. (A) 4. (B)(C) 1. D 2. D 3. C 4. C

5. (A)(B)(C)(D) 6. (B)(D)
5. BC 6. AC 7. 17x + 2y – 7z = 26.
7. y is maximum at t = –1 , y = 14, x = 31
8. (A)  q ; (B)  s ; (C)  p ; (D)  p
3 1 1033
y is minimum at t = ; y = –17 ,x=
2 4 32
DPP NO. - 59
8. (A)(p, q, r, s), (B)(p, q), (C)(q, s), (D)(r)
1. A 2. D 3. A 4. AB
DPP NO. - 55
1
5. ABD 6. 30 8. 1 –
1. (B) 2. (A) 3. (B) 4. (B) 2n (n  1)

5 9. (A)  q ; (B)  r ; (C)  s ; (D)  p


5. (B) 6. inch/minute
72
DPP NO. - 60
7. 10
es
8. (A)  (r) ; (B)  (p) ; (C)  (s) ; (D)  (q) lass1. (C) 2. x = 2, 5, 7 3. PQ = 1, x = 1, y = 2
C
TA

DPP NO. - 56 e4x 2 5/2


4. (i) +c (ii) x 2 x c
5
GU P

4
1. (A) 2. (A) 3. (A)
x5 x3
(iii)  xc
1 1 2 2 1 1 5 3
4. , , or , ,
6 6 6 6 6 6
– sin 2x (ae) x
   5. (i)  c (ii) c
    n (ae)
5. a + m  b  (a  b). n c  a  2
 c .n 
 
x3
   

7. r  2 i  3 j  5k + 1 = 0  6. (i)
3
+ c (ii) 2 x  2 log 1  x +c

8. (A)  (q), (B)  (q), (C)  (q), (D)  (r) 7. (A)  (q), (B)  (p), (C)  (s), (D)  (r)

8. (B)
DPP NO. - 57
1. D 2. B 3. B 4. B
DPP NO. - 61

5. A 6. B 7. AD 8. AC 1. (C) 2. (A) 3. (C) 4. (D)

 x2  y2 
2 5. (B) 6. (B)(D)
x2 y2
9. A 10.  =  
 11. y2 = 8(x + 2)]
9 4  9 
(tan –1 x )4 7 x
7. (i) C (ii) 3x – tan–1   + C
12. a2 (x2 + y2) = (x2 – y2)2 13. 3x + y ± 12 = 0 4 2 2

14. 3x2 – y2 – 12 = 0 x e


x x

8.   –   +c
e x
15. (A) r, (B)  q, s, (C)  p (D)  q

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DPP NO. - 62 DPP NO. - 65
1. (A) 2. (D) 3. (D) 4. (C)
( x  1  x 2 )2009
1. (D) 2. (B) 3. +c
2009
1
5. (D) 6. (A) 7. (A)(D) 8.
2n 7 5 3
4  t  2t  t 
4. [   5/2
5  7 5 3  + c where t² = 1 + x ]s
DPP NO. - 63
1. (B) 2. (A) 3. (A)(B) 4. (A)(D)  
2 x
5. tan–1   +C
3  3 ( x  1) 
5. (i) tan (x ex) + c

1  3 2 3
(ii) log  x  4   x  2 x  1 + C 2
2   6. (cos  tan   sin  )
cos 
2
– (cos   cot  sin  ) + c
1
sin x sin 
e 2x 1 1 x
6. (i) tan x + c (ii) 2 – log +c
1 x
es
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2 1 x 2

C l –1
x+
6  x 
an–1 
tan
 2
 –
7
tan
 x 
an–1   +c
2 2 2 3  3
x4 x2 1
TA

7. (i) ex n (x + 2) + c (ii)   n ( x 2  1)  c
4 2 2
8. (A) s ; (B) r ; (C) p ; (D) q
GU P

2 DPP NO. - 66
8. (i) tan 1 x  c (ii) –ex cot x + c
3
1. C 2. D 3. C 4. B
DPP NO. - 64 5. ACD 6. 2 25C2

1. (B) 2. (B) 1  ( 4 cot 2 x  1)3 / 2 


7.   9 4 cot 2 x  1  + c
8  3 
 
2 1
4. (i) c  cot x  cot3 x  cot5 x 8. n (1  x n x )  c
3 5

(ii) sin 1 (sin x  cos x) + c


DPP NO. - 67
1. B 2. B 3. 800 4. (i) 4(ii) 2
 2 x esin x  1  1 
  13
5. n   +c 5. (i) (ii) 3 6. (i) 9 (ii) 2
sin x 12
 2 x e  1  1 

1 2
7. (i) 2 e - 2 (ii) (iii)
6 
1  2x 2  1 
 
6. tan–1  +c
3  3  1
8. (i) ln x + +c
1 x2
7. n x  (2/7) ln (1 + x7) + c
( x 2  1) cot 1 x
(ii) + 2 x +c
8. (A) s ; (B) p ; (C) q ; (D) r x

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DPP NO. - 68 DPP NO. - 71
1. (A) 2. (C) 3. (A) 4. (C)
1. (D) 2. (C) 3. (D) 4. (B)

5. (A) 6.
2 3
1 1  x2  2 x 2
5.  log log x  1 x +c 8. (A)  (S),(B)  (Q),(C)  (Q),(D)  (S)
2 1  x2  2 x
DPP NO. - 72
4 1 32 1. (D) 2. (D) 3. (A) 4. (A)
6. (i) n (ii) ln (iii) 15
3 4 17 5. (A) 6. (C) 7. (A)(B)(C)

1
tan –1 2
2 8. 1, 2 9.
3 2
7. (i) (ii) 1 (iii) 0
4
10. (i) 2, 1(ii) 1, 1(iii) 1, 2(iv) 3, 2

8. (A)  (q), (B)  (r), (C)  (p), (D)  (q) DPP NO. - 73
1. (C) 2. (B) 3. (C) 4. (A)
DPP NO. - 69 5. (A) 6. (B) 7. (C) 8. (C)
es(A)(C) (D)
ass
9.

C l
1. (i) 840 ; (ii) 120 ; (iii) 400 ; (iv) 240 ; (v) 480 ; DPP NO. - 74
TA

1. (B) 2. (A) 3. (B) 4. (D)


GU P

(vi) 40 ; (vii) 60 ; (viii) 240 ;


9  53
5. (B) 6. (B) 7. (D) 8.
2. 738 3. (C) 4. 243 ways 5. 24, 24 9  10 6
20
1  C10  26
6. (B) 7. 1024 8. 2880 9. (B) 9. (i) 2 1 – 20  (ii)
 2  51
10. 378 11. (A) 12. (A) 13. (D) 240 15 240
10. (i) 12
C4
(ii) 12
C4
(iii) 12
C4
14. (A) 15. 192; no change ; 14 ; 14
DPP NO. - 75
16. 9! × 9, (20) . 8 ! 17. 240, 240, 255, 480
1. (D) 2. (C) 3. (C) 4. (A)
2 3
18. (D) 19. (D) 20. 18! ; (3!) (4!) (5!) 5. (B) 6. (B) 7. (D) 8. (B)(C)(D)
6
21. (A) 22. (B) 23. n!(n–1)! – 2(n–1)! 21 C 4 . 4!
9. (i) 606 (ii) (iii) 10. 3
101 606
24. (A)(D) 25. (A)(C) 26. 256 27. (B)
DPP NO. - 76
28. (A) 29. 2N 30. (B) 1. (A) 2. (B) 3. (D) 4. (B)

7 13 17
5. (i) (ii) 0 6. 7.
DPP NO. - 70 8 24 24
8. (A)  (r) ; (B)  (s) ; (C)  (q) ; (D)  (p)
1.  2. (C) 3. (A) 4. (B)
DPP NO. - 77
5. (A)(D) 6. n 2 7. 32/9 1. (A) 2. (C) 3. (D) 4. (B)

3
8. (A)  (s), (B)  (p, s), (C)  (p), (D)  (q) 5. (C) 6. (A) 7. 4 8.
4
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Cla
110
TA
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