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MATHEMATICS

1. Consider a triangular plot ABC with sides put x = 3 in equation (3) :

AB=7m, BC=5m and CA=6m. A vertical ƒ'''(3) = 6

\ ƒ(x) = x3 – 5x2 + 2x + 6

lamp-post at the mid point D of AC subtends

ƒ(2) = 8 – 20 + 4 + 6 = –2

an angle 30° at B. The height (in m) of the

3. If a circle C passing through the point (4,0)

lamp-post is:

touches the circle x 2 + y 2 + 4x – 6y = 12

2 3 externally at the point (1, –1), then the radius

(1) 7 3 (2) 21 (3) 21 (4) 2 21

3 2 of C is :

Sol. B Ans. (4)

30°

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h Sol. x2 + y2 + 4x – 6y – 12 = 0

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EN Equation of tangent at (1, –1)

A C x – y + 2(x + 1) – 3(y – 1) – 12 = 0

3 D 3

3x – 4y – 7 = 0

BD = hcot30° = h 3 \ Equation of circle is

(x2 + y2 + 4x – 6y – 12) + l(3x – 4y – 7) = 0

So, 72 + 52 = 2(h 3) 2 + 32 )

It passes through (4, 0) :

Þ 37 = 3h2 + 9. (16 + 16 – 12) + l(12 – 7) = 0

Þ 3h2 = 28 Þ 20 + l(5) = 0

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Þ l = –4

28 2

Þ h= = 21 \ (x2 + y2 + 4x – 6y – 12) – 4(3x – 4y – 7) = 0

3 3

or x2 + y2 – 8x + 10y + 16 = 0

2. Let f : R®R be a function such that

Radius = 16 + 25 - 16 = 5

f(x) = x3+x2f'(1) + xf''(2)+f'''(3), xÎR.

4. In a class of 140 students numbered 1 to 140,

Then f(2) equal :

A

(1) 8 (2) –2 (3) –4 (4) 30

course, those whose number is divisible by 3

Ans. (2)

Sol. ƒ(x) = x3 + x2ƒ'(1) + xƒ''(2) + ƒ'''(3) opted Physics course and theose whose

Þ ƒ'(x) = 3x2 + 2xƒ'(1) + ƒ''(x) .....(1) number is divisible by 5 opted Chemistry

Þ ƒ''(x) = 6x + 2ƒ'(1) .....(2) course. Then the number of students who did

Þ ƒ'''(x) = 6 .....(3) not opt for any of the three courses is :

put x = 1 in equation (1) : (1) 102 (2) 42 (3) 1 (4) 38

ƒ'(1) = 3 + 2ƒ'(1) + ƒ''(2) .....(4)

Ans. (4)

put x = 2 in equation (2) :

Sol. Let n(A) = number of students opted

ƒ''(2) = 12 + 2ƒ'(1) .....(5)

Mathematics = 70,

from equation (4) & (5) :

n(B) = number of students opted Physics = 46,

–3 – ƒ'(1) = 12 + 2ƒ'(1)

n(C) = number of students opted Chemistry

Þ 3ƒ'(1) = –15

= 28,

Þ ƒ'(1) = –5 Þ ƒ''(2) = 2 ....(2)

n(A Ç B) = 23,

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n(B Ç C) = 9, Ans. (3)

n(A Ç C) = 14, x2 y2

Sol. Hyperbola - =1

n(A Ç B Ç C) = 4, 5 4

Now n(A È B È C) slope of tangent = 1

= n(A) + n(B) + n(C) – n(A Ç B) – n(B Ç C) equation of tangent y = x ± 5 - 4

– n(A Ç C) + n(A Ç B Ç C) Þ y=x±1

= 70 + 46 + 28 – 23 – 9 – 14 + 4 = 102 Þ y = x + 1 or y = x – 1

So number of students not opted for any course 8. If the area enclosed between the curves y=kx2

and x=ky2, (k>0), is 1 square unit. Then k is:

= Total – n(A È B È C)

1 2 3

= 140 – 102 = 38 (1) (2) (3) (4) 3

3 3 2

5. The sum of all two digit positive numbers which

Ans. (1)

when divided by 7 yield 2 or 5 as remainder Sol. Area bounded by y2 = 4ax & x2 = 4by, a, b ¹ 0

is : 16ab

is

(1) 1365 (2) 1256 (3) 1465 (4) 1356 3

1

Ans. (4) by using formula : 4a = = 4b, k > 0

k

13

2 + 13 1 1

Sol. å (7r + 2) = 7.

2

´ 6 + 2 ´ 12 EN 16. .

4k 4k = 1

r= 2 Area =

3

= 7 × 90 + 24 = 654

1

Þ k =

2

13

æ 1 + 13 ö 3

å (7r + 5) = 7 çè 2 ø

÷ ´ 13 + 5 ´ 13 = 702 1

Þ k=

r =1

3

Total = 654 + 702 = 1356

r r ìïmax{| x |,x 2}, | x |£ 2

6. Let a = 2iˆ + l1ˆj + 3kˆ , b = 4iˆ + (3 - l 2 )ˆj + 6kˆ and 9. Let f(x) = í

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r ïî8 - 2 | x |, 2 <| x |£ 4

c = 3iˆ + 6 ˆj + (l 3 - 1)kˆ be three vectors such that

r Let S be the set of points in the interval (–4,4)

r r r

b = 2a and a is perpendicular to c . Then a at which f is not differentiable. Then S:

possible value of (l1,l2,l 3) is :- (1) is an empty set

(2) equals {–2, –1, 1, 2}

æ1 ö æ 1 ö

(1) ç ,4, -2 ÷ (2) ç - ,4,0 ÷ (3) equals {–2, –1, 0, 1, 2}

è2 ø è 2 ø (4) equals {–2, 2}

(3) (1,3,1) (4) (1,5,1) Ans. (3)

A

ï 2

Sol. 4iˆ + (3 - l 2 ) ˆj + 6kˆ = 4iˆ + 2l1 ˆj + 6kˆ ïx , -2 £ x £ -1

ï

Þ 3 – l2 = 2l1 Þ 2l1 + l2 = 3 ....(1) Sol. ƒ(x) = í| x |, -1 < x < 1

rr ï 2

Given a.c = 0 ïx , 1£ x £ 2

Þ 6 + 6l 1 + 3(l3 – 1) = 0 ïî8 - 2x, 2 < x £ 4

Þ 2l1 + l3 = –1 .....(2) y=8

+2x 2 x

Now (l1, l2, l3) = (l 1, 3 – 2l1, –1 – 2l1) 8–

y=

Now check the options, option (2) is correct

7. The equation of a tangent to the hyperbola y=x2 y=x2

4x2–5y2 = 20 parallel to the line x–y = 2 is : y=

–x y=x

(1) x–y+9 = 0

(2) x–y+7 = 0 –4 –2 –1 1 2 4

(3) x–y+1 = 0

ƒ(x) is not differentiable at x = {–2,–1,0,1,2}

(4) x–y–3 = 0

Þ S = {–2, –1, 0, 1, 2}

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a common normal, then which one of the Þ 2q = np ± ,nÎI

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following is a valid choice for the ordered triad np p

(a,b,c) Þ q= ±

2 8

æ1 ö p p p

(1) (1, 1, 0) (2) ç ,2,3 ÷ Þ q= , -

è 2 ø 8 2 8

p

æ1 ö Sum of solutions

(3) ç ,2,0 ÷ (4) (1, 1, 3) 2

è 2 ø 12. Let z1 and z2 be any two non-zero complex

Ans. (1,2,3,4) numbers such that 3|z1| = 4 |z2|.

Sol. Normal to these two curves are 3z1 2z 2

y = m(x – c) – 2bm – bm3, If z = + then :

2z 2 3z1

y = mx – 4am – 2am3

If they have a common normal 1 17

(1) | z |= (2) Re(z) = 0

(c + 2b) m + bm3 = 4am + 2am3 2 2

Now (4a – c – 2b) m = (b – 2a)m3 5

(3) | z |= (4) Im(z) = 0

We get all options are correct for m = 0 EN 2

(common normal x-axis) Ans. (Bonus)

Ans. (1), (2), (3), (4) Sol. 3|z1| = 4|z2|

Remark :

| z1 | 4

If we consider question as Þ |z | = 3

If the parabolas y2 = 4b(x – c) and y2 = 8ax 2

Þ | 2z | = 2

which one of the following is a valid choice for 2

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the ordered triad (a, b, c) ? 3z1

When m ¹ 0 : (4a – c – 2b) = (b – 2a)m2 Let 2z = a = 2 cos q + 2isin q

2

c c

m2 = -2>0Þ >2 3z1 2z 2 1

2a - b 2a - b z= + =a+

2z 2 3z1 a

Now according to options, option 4 is correct

æ pö 5 3

11. The sum of all values of qÎ ç 0, ÷ satisfying = cos q + isin q

A

è 2ø 2 2

3 Now all options are incorrect

sin 2 2q + cos4 2q = is :

4 Remark :

p 3p 5p There is a misprint in the problem actual

(1) (2) p (3) (4) problem should be :

2 8 4

Ans. (1) "Let z 1 and z 2 be any non-zero complex

number such that 3|z1| = 2|z2|.

3 æ pö

Sol. sin22q + cos42q = , qÎ ç 0, ÷

4 è 2ø If z = 3z1 + 2z 2 , then"

2z 2 3z1

3

Þ 1 – cos22q + cos42q = Given

4

3|z1| = 2|z2|

Þ 4cos42q – 4cos22q + 1 = 0

Þ (2cos22q – 1)2 = 0 3z1

Now 2z = 1

1 p 2

Þ cos 2q = = cos2

2

2 4

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3z1 2

Let = a = cos q + isin q æ 2 3ö

Distance = t + ç t - ÷

2

2z 2 è 2ø

3z1 2z 2

z= + 9 5

= t - 2t + = (t - 1) +

4 2 2 2

2z 2 3z1

4 4

1 5 5

=a+ = 2cos q =

a So minimum distance is

4 2

\ Im(z) = 0

Now option (4) is correct. 15. Consider the quadratic equation

13. If the system of equations (c–5)x2–2cx + (c–4) = 0, c¹5. Let S be the set

of all integral values of c for which one root of

x+y+z = 5

the equation lies in the interval (0,2) and its

x+2y+3z = 9 other root lies in the interval (2,3). Then the

number of elements in S is :

x+3y+az = b

(1) 11 (2) 18 (3) 10 (4) 12

has infinitely many solutions, then b–a equals: Ans. (1)

(1) 5 (2) 18 (3) 21 (4) 8

Ans. (4)

Sol.

1 1 1

D= 1 2 3 = 0 1

1 1 1

2

EN

= (a - 1) - 4 = (a - 5)

Sol. 0 2

\ ƒ(0)ƒ(2) < 0 .....(1)

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from (1) & (2)

for infinite solutions D = 0 Þ a = 5 (c – 4)(c – 24) < 0

& (c – 24)(4c – 49) < 0

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5 1 1 49

Þ < c < 24

Dx = 0 Þ 9 2 3 = 0 4

b 3 5 \ s = {13, 14, 15, ..... 23}

Number of elements in set S = 11

0 0 1

20

æ 20

C i -1 ö k

Þ -1 -1 3 = 0 16. å çè =

C i + C i-1 ÷ø 21

, then k equals :

A

20 20

b - 15 -2 5 i= 1

Þ 2 + b - 15 = 0 Þ b - 13 = 0 Ans. (3)

on b = 13 we get Dy = Dz = 0 20

æ 20

Ci -1 ö k

3

a = 5, b = 13 Sol. å ç

i=1 è

20 ÷ =

C i + Ci -1 ø 21

20

æ3 ö

14. The shortest distance between the point ç ,0 ÷ 3

è2 ø æ 20 Ci -1 ö

20

k

Þ å ç 21 ÷ =

and the curve y = x,(x > 0) is : i= 1 è C i ø 21

3

5 5 3 3 æ i ö

20

k

(1) (2) (3) (4) Þ åç ÷ =

2 4 2 2 i = 1 è 21 ø 21

Ans. (1) 2

1 é 20(21) ù k

Þ 3 ê ú =

æ3 ö (21) ë 2 û 21

Sol. Let points ç , 0 ÷ , (t2, t), t > 0

è2 ø Þ 100 = k

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17. Let dÎR, and 19. If the line 3x + 4y – 24 = 0 intersects the x-axis

é -2 4+d (sin q) - 2 ù at the point A and the y-axis at the point B, then

A = êê1 ú the incentre of the triangle OAB, where O is the

(sin q) + 2 d ú, origin, is

êë5 (2sin q) - d (- sin q) + 2 + 2d úû

(1) (3, 4) (2) (2, 2) (3) (4, 4) (4) (4, 3)

qÎ[0,2p]. If the minimum value of det(A) is 8,

then a value of d is : Ans. (2)

(1) –7 (2) 2 ( ) 2 +2

Sol.

(4) 2 ( 2 + 1)

(0,6)

(3) –5

3x+4y=24

Ans. (3) (r,r)

-2 4+d sin q - 2

Sol. detA = 1 sin q + 2 d (0,0) (8,0)

5 2 sin q - d - sin q + 2 + 2d

3r + 4r - 24

(R1 ® R1 + R3 – 2R2) =r

5

1 0 0 7r – 24 = ±5r

=1 sin q + 2

5 2sin q - d 2 + 2d - sin q

d

EN 2r = 24 or 12r + 24

r = 14, r=2

then incentre is (2, 2)

=4 + 4d – 2sinq + 2sinq+2dsinq – sin2q–2dsinq+d2 20. The mean of five observations is 5 and their

=d2 + 4d + 4 – sin2q variance is 9.20. If three of the given five

=(d + 2)2 – sin2q observations are 1, 3 and 8, then a ratio of other

For a given d, minimum value of two observations is :

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det(A) = (d + 2)2 – 1 = 8 (1) 4 : 9 (2) 6 : 7

Þ d = 1 or –5

(3) 5 : 8 (4) 10 : 3

18. If the third term in the binomial expansion of

Ans. (1)

( )

5

1 + x log2 x equals 2560, then a possible value Sol. Let two observations are x1 & x2

of x is :

åx

A

i

mean = = 5 Þ 1 + 3 + 8 + x1 + x2 = 25

1 1 5

(1) 2 2 (2) (3) 4 2 (4)

8 4 Þ x1 + x2 = 13 ....(1)

Ans. (4)

variance (s2) =

åx 2

i

- 25 = 9.20

Sol. (1 + x log2 x )5 5

T3 = 5 C 2 .(x log2 x )2 = 2560 Þ åx 2

i = 171

Þ 10.x 2 log2 x = 2560 Þ x12 + x 22 = 97 .....(2)

Þ x 2 log 2 x

= 256 by (1) & (2)

Þ 2(log2x)2 = log2256 (x1 + x2)2 – 2x1x2 = 97

Þ 2(log2x)2 = 8 or x1x2 = 36

Þ (log2x)2 = 4 Þ log2x = 2 or –2 \ x1 : x2 = 4 : 9

1

x = 4 or

4

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21. A point P moves on the line 2x – 3y + 4 = 0. p

IfQ(1,4) and R(3,–2) are fixed points, then the Now put x = - in equation (1)

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locus of the centroid of DPQR is a line :

-3 1 -3 3

2 \ y.e = e +e

(1) parallel to x-axis (2) with slope 3

3

3 1 6

(3) with slope (4) parallel to y-axis \ y= +e

2 3

Ans. (2) æ pö 1

\ y ç - ÷ = + e6

Sol. Let the centroid of DPQR is (h, k) & P is è 4ø 3

(a, b), then 23. The plane passing through the point (4, –1, 2)

a +1+ 3 b+4-2 x + 2 y - 2 z +1

=h and =k and parallel to the lines = =

3 3 3 -1 2

a = (3h – 4) b = (3k – 4) x -2 y -3 z - 4

and = = also passes through

Point P(a, b) lies on line 2x – 3y + 4 = 0 1 2 3

\ 2(3h – 4) – 3(3k – 2) + 4 = 0 the point :

Þ locus is 6x – 9y + 2 = 0 (1) (–1, –1, –1) (2) (–1, –1, 1)

EN (3) (1, 1, –1) (4) (1, 1, 1)

dy 3 1 æ -p p ö Ans. (4)

22. + y= ,x Îç , , and

è 3 3 ÷ø

If 2 2 r

dx cos x cos x Sol. Let n be the normal vector to the plane passing

through (4, –1, 2) and parallel to the lines L1 & L2

æpö 4 æ pö

y ç ÷ = , then y ç - ÷ equals : ˆi ˆj

è4ø 3 è 4ø kˆ

r

then n = 3 -1 2

1 6 1 1 2 3

(1) +e (2)

3 3

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r

\ n = -7iˆ - 7ˆj + 7kˆ

4 1 3

(3) - (4) +e \ Equation of plane is

3 3 –1(x – 4) – 1(y + 1) + 1(z – 2) = 0

Ans. (1) \x+y–z–1=0

Now check options

dy

Sol. + 3sec 2 x.y = sec2 x b

Let I = ò a (x - 2x )dx . If I is minimum then

4 2

dx 24.

A

I.F. = e ò

3 sec

= e 3tan x

3 tan x

= ò sec2 x.e 3tan x dx

(

(1) - 2,0 ) (

(2) - 2, 2 )

or y.e

(3) ( 0, 2 ) (4) ( 2, - 2)

1

or y.e

3tan x

= e3tan x + C ....(1) Ans. (2)

3

Sol. Let ƒ(x) = x2(x2 – 2)

Given

æpö 4 O 2

yç ÷ = – 2

è4ø 3

As long as ƒ(x) lie below the x-axis, definite

4 3 1 3 integral will remain negative,

\ .e = e + C

3 3

so correct value of (a, b) is ( - 2, 2) for

\ C = e3 minimum of I

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25. If 5, 5r, 5r2 are the lengths of the sides of a 27. Let A be a point on the line

triangle, then r cannot be equal to : r

r = (1 - 3µ)iˆ + (µ - 1)ˆj + (2 + 5µ)kˆ and B(3, 2, 6)

3 3 5 7

(1) (2) (3) (4) be a point in the space. Then the value of µ for

2 4 4 4 uuur

which the vector AB is parallel to the plane

Ans. (4)

Sol. r = 1 is obviously true. x - 4y + 3z = 1 is :

Let 0 < r < 1

Þ r + r2 > 1 1 1 1 1

(1) (2) - (3) (4)

Þ r2 + r – 1 > 0 2 4 4 8

Ans. (3)

æ -1 - 5 ö æ æ -1 + 5 ö ö

çr - ÷ç r - ç ÷÷ Sol. Let point A is

è 2 øè è 2 øø

(1 - 3µ)iˆ + (µ - 1)ˆj + (2 + 5µ)kˆ

-1 - 5 -1 + 5

Þ r- or r > and point B is (3, 2, 6)

2 2

uuur

æ 5 -1 ö then AB = (2 + 3m)iˆ + (3 - m) ˆj + (4 - 5µ)kˆ

r Îç ,1 ÷

è 2 ø which is parallel to the plane x – 4y + 3z = 1

5 -1

2

< r <1

When r > 1

EN \ 2 + 3µ – 12 + 4µ + 12 – 15µ = 0

8µ = 2

µ=

1

4

5 +1 1

Þ > >1 28. For each tÎR, let [t] be the greatest integer less

2 r

than or equal to t. Then,

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æ 5 -1 5 + 1 ö æp ö

Þ r Îç , ÷ (1- | x | + sin |1 - x |)sin ç [1 - x] ÷

è 2 2 ø è 2 ø

lim

x ®1+ |1 - x | [1 - x]

Now check options

(1) equals –1 (2) equals 1

26. Consider the statement : "P(n): n2 – n + 41 is

(3) does not exist (4) equals 0

prime." Then which one of the following is Ans. (4)

true?

A

(1- | x | + sin |1 - x |)sin ç [1 - x] ÷

Sol. lim è2 ø

(2) Both P(3) and P(5) are false x ®1+ |1 - x | [1 - x]

(3) P(3) is false but P(5) is true

(4) Both P(3) and P(5) are true (1 - x) + sin(x - 1) æ p ö

= lim+ sin ç ( -1) ÷

Ans. (4) x ®1 (x - 1)(-1) è2 ø

Sol. P(n) : n2 – n + 41 is prime

P(5) = 61 which is prime æ sin(x - 1) ö

= lim ç 1 - (-1) = (1 – 1)(–1) = 0

P(3) = 47 which is also prime +

x ®1 è (x - 1) ÷ø

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29. An unbiased coin is tossed. If the outcome is Ans. (3)

a head then a pair of unbiased dice is rolled and

(sin n q - sin q)1 / n cos q

the sum of the numbers obtained on them is Sol. ò sin n +1 q

dq

noted. If the toss of the coin results in tail then

a card from a well-shuffled pack of nine cards 1/ n

æ 1 ö

numbered 1,2,3,...,9 is randomly picked and the sin q ç 1 - n -1 ÷

è sin q ø

number on the card is noted. The probability =ò dq

sin n +1 q

that the noted number is either 7 or 8 is :

13 19 19 15 1

(1) (2) (3) (4) Put 1 - =t

36 36 72 72 sin n -1 q

Ans. (3) (n - 1)

So cos qdq = dt

sin n q

11 1

H ® Sum 7 or 8 Þ

n -1 ò

1/2 Now (t)1/ n dt

36

Sol. Start 1

+1

1/2 2 1 (t) n

T ® Number is 7 or 8 = EN = +C

9 (n - 1) 1

+1

n

1 11 1 2 19 1

P(A) = ´ + ´ = 1 æ 1 ön

+1

2 36 2 9 72 = ç1 - n -1 ÷ + C

30. Let n³2 be a natural number and 0<q<p/2. (n - 1) è sin q ø

1

n

Then (sin q - sin q) n cos q

ò sin n +1 q

dq is equal to :

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(Where C is a constant of integration)

n +1

n æ 1 ö n

(1) 2 ç 1 - n +1 ÷ +C

n - 1 è sin q ø

n+1

n æ 1 ö n

(2) 2 ç 1 - n-1 ÷ +C

A

n + 1 è sin q ø

n+1

n æ 1 ö n

(3) 2 ç 1 - n -1 ÷ +C

n - 1 è sin q ø

n+1

n æ 1 ö n

(4) 2 ç 1 + n-1 ÷ +C

n - 1 è sin q ø

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