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MATHEMATICS

1. For x >1, if (2x) 2y = 4e 2x–2y , then 3. Let S be the set of all points in (–p,p) at which

the function, f(x) = min {sinx, cosx} is not

dy

(1 + loge 2x )

2

is equal to : differentiable. Then S is a subset of which of

dx

the following?

(1) loge2x

(2)

x loge 2x + loge 2 (1) -{ 3p p 3p p

,- , ,

4 4 4 4 }

x

(3) xlog e2x (2) -{ 3p p p 3p

,- , ,

4 2 2 4 }

x loge 2x - loge 2

{ }

(4) p p p p

x (3) - , - , ,

Ans. (4) 2 4 4 2

Sol. (2x)2y = 4e2x–2y

2yln2x = ln4 + 2x – 2y EN {

p p

(4) - ,0,

4 4 }

x +ln2 Ans. (1)

y=

1 + l n 2x

-3p

4

1 Sol. p

(1 + l n 2x) - (x + l n 2)

x 4

y' =

(1 + l n 2x) 2

4. The product of three consecutive terms of a G.P.

LL

é xl n 2x - l n 2 ù is 512. If 4 is added to each of the first and the

y '(1 + l n 2x)2 = ê ú

ë x û second of these terms, the three terms now

2. The sum of the distinct real values of m, for from an A.P. Then the sum of the original three

terms of the given G.P. is

which the vectors, mˆi + ˆj + kˆ , ˆi + mˆj + k,

ˆ

(1) 36 (2) 24

ˆi + ˆj + mkˆ are co-planer, is :

A

(3) 32 (4) 28

(1) 2 (2) 0 (3) –1 (4) 1 Ans. (4)

Ans. (3)

a

Sol. Let terms are ,a,ar ® G.P

m 1 1 r

Sol. 1 m 1 =0 \ a3 = 512 Þ a = 8

1 1 m 8

+ 4,12,8r ® A.P.

r

µ(µ2 – 1)–1(µ–1) + 1(1–µ) = 0 8

µ3 – µ – µ + 1 + 1 µ = 0 24 = + 4 + 8r

r

µ3 – 3µ + 2 = 0 1

µ3 – 1 – 3(µ–1) = 0 r = 2, r =

2

µ = 1, µ2 + µ – 2 = 0 r = 2 (4, 8, 16)

µ = 1, µ = –2 1

sum of distinct solutions = –1 r= (16,8,4)

2

Sum = 28

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7. Let S = {1,2,3, ...., 100}. The number of non-

5. The integral ò cos(loge x)dx is equal to :

empty subsets A of S such that the product of

(where C is a constant of integration) elements in A is even is :-

(1) 250(250–1) (2) 2100–1

x

(1) [sin(loge x) – cos(log e x)] + C (3) 250–1 (4) 250+1

2

Ans. (1)

x Sol. S = {1,2,3------100}

(2) [cos(loge x) + sin(log e x)] + C

2 = Total non empty subsets-subsets with product

(3) x[cos(log e x) + sin(log e x)] + C of element is odd

= 2100–1–1[(250–1)]

(4) x[cos(log e x) - sin(log e x)] + C = 2100 – 250

Ans. (2) = 250(250–1)

8. If the sum of the deviations of 50 observations

Sol. I = ò cos(l n x)dx from 30 is 50, then the mean of these

observation is :

I = cos(ln x).x + ò sin(l n x) dx (1) 50 (2) 51 (3) 30 (4) 31

x

I = [sin(l n x) + cos(l n x)] + C

EN

cos(l n x)x + [sin(l n x).x - ò cos(l n x)dx]

Ans. (4)

Sol.

50

å (x

i= 1

i - 30) = 50

2 Sx i = 50 ´ 30 = 50

Sx i = 50 + 50 + 30

1 + 2 + 3 + .... + k

6. Let Sk = . If Sx i 50 ´ 30 + 50

k Mean = x = = = 30 + 1 = 31

LL

n 50

5 9. If a variable line, 3x+4y–l=0 is such that the

S12 + S22 + .... + S10

2

= A , then A is equal to : two circles x 2 + y 2 – 2x – 2y + 1 = 0 and

12

x2+y2–18x–2y+78 = 0 are on its opposite sides,

(1) 303 (2) 283 (3) 156 (4) 301

then the set of all values of l is the interval :-

Ans. (1)

(1) [12, 21] (2) (2, 17)

K +1 (3) (23, 31) (4) [13, 23]

A

Sol. SK =

2

Ans. (1)

5

SS2k = A Sol. Centre of circles are opposite side of line

12

2

(3 + 4 – l) (27 + 4 – l) < 0

æ K + 1 ö 2 + 3 + - - +11

10 2 2 2

5

å ç 2 ÷ =

K= 1 è ø 4

=

12

A (l – 7) (l – 31) < 0

l Î (7, 31)

11 ´ 12 ´ 23 5 distance from S 1

-1 = A

6 3 3+ 4 -l

³ 1 Þ lÎ(–¥, 2] È[(12,¥]

5 5

505 = A, A = 303

3 distance from S 2

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13. If the straight line, 2x–3y+17 = 0 is

27 + 4 - l perpendicular to the line passing through the

³ 2 Þ lÎ (–¥, 21] È[41, ¥)

5 points (7, 17) and (15, b), then b equals :-

so lÎ [12, 21] 35

(1) –5 (2) –

10. A ratio of the 5th term from the beginning to 3

the 5 th term from the end in the binomial

35

10 (3) (4) 5

æ 13 1 ö 3

expansion of çç 2 + 1 ÷÷ is :

è 2(3) 3 ø Ans. (4)

1 1 17 - b 2

(1) 1 : 4(16) 3 (2) 1 : 2(6) 3 Sol. ´ = -1

-8 3

1 1

(3) 2(36) 3 : 1 (4) 4(36) 3 : 1 b=5

Ans. (4) 14. Let f and g be continuous functions on [0, a]

such that f(x) = f(a–x) and g(x)+g(a–x)=4,

4

10 æ 1 ö

1/ 3 10 -4 a

C 4 (2 ) ç 2(3)1 / 3 ÷

T5 è ø = 4.(36)1 / 3 then ò f(x)g(x)dx is equal to :-

Sol. 1

= 10 - 4 0

T5 10 æ 1 ö

C 4 ç 1 / 3 ÷ (21 / 3 )4

11.

è 2(3 ) ø

let C 1 and C 2 be the centres of the circles

x2+y2–2x–2y–2 = 0 and x2+y2–6x–6y+14 = 0

respectively. If P and Q are the points of

EN a

(1) 4 ò f(x)dx

0

a a

a

(2) 2 ò f(x)dx

0

intersection of these circles, then the area (3) –3ò f(x)dx (4) ò f(x)dx

0 0

(in sq. units) of the quadrilateral PC 1QC2 is :

(1) 8 (2) 6 (3) 9 (4) 4 Ans. (2)

Ans. (4) a

LL

Sol. I = ò f(x)g(x)dx

0

2 2 (3,3)

Sol. a

I = ò f(a - x)g(a - x)dx

(1,1) 0

1 I = ò f(x)(4 - g(x)dx

0

Area = 2 × .4 = 2

2

A

I = 4 ò f(x)dx - I

two fours are obtained in succession. The 0

a

fifth throw of the die is equal to : Þ I = 2 ò0 f(x)dx

150 175 200 225

(1) 5 (2) 5 (3) 5 (4) 5 15. The maximum area (in sq. units) of a rectangle

6 6 6 6

Ans. (2) having its base on the x-axis and its other two

Sol. 4 4 vertices on the parabola, y = 12–x2 such that

the rectangle lies inside the parabola, is :-

1 æ 53 2C1 .52 ö 175 (1) 20 2 (2) 18 3 (3) 32 (4) 36

ç + ÷=

62 è 63 63 ø 65

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Ans. (3) Ans. (4)

Sol. f(a) = 2a(12 – a)2 Sol. tan–1(2x) + tan–1(3x) = p/4

5x

Þ =1

2

(a, 12 – a ) 1 - 6x 2

Þ 6x2 + 5x – 1 = 0

(0, 0) (a, 0)

1

x = –1 or x =

6

f'(a) = 2(12 – 3a2)

maximum at a = 2 1

x= Qx > 0

maximum area = f(2) = 32 6

16. The Boolean expression 19. An ordered pair(a,b) for which the system of

linear equations

((p Ù q) Ú (pÚ ~ q)) Ù (~ p Ù ~ q) is equivalent to:

(1+a)x + by+z = 2

(1) p Ù (~ q) (2) p Ú (~ q)

ax+(1+b)y+z = 3

(3) (~ p) Ù (~ q) (4) p Ù q ax+by+2z = 2 has a unique solution is

Ans. (3) (1) (1,–3) (2) (–3,1)

lim

(1) 4

cot 3 x - tan x

17. x®p 4 cos x + p

( 4

(2) 8 2

)

is :

(3) 8

EN (4) 4 2

(3) (2, 4)

Ans. (3)

Sol. For unique solution

1+a

(4) (–4, 2)

b 1

Ans. (3)

D¹ 0 Þ a 1+ b 1 ¹ 0

cot 3 x - tan x a b 2

Sol. lim

x®p / 4 æ pö

cos ç x + ÷

LL

è 4ø

1 -1 0

(1 - tan 4 x) 0 1 -1 ¹ 0 Þ a + b ¹ -2

lim

x®p / 4 cos(x + p / 4) a b 2

(1 - tan 2 x) 20. The area (in sq. units) of the region bounded

2 lim by the parabola, y = x 2 + 2 and the lines,

x®p / 4 cos(x + p / 4)

A

y = x + 1, x = 0 and x = 3, is :

cos2 x - sin 2 x 1 15 15 21 17

R lim (1) (2) (3) (4)

x ®p / 4 cos x - sin x cos2 x 4 2 2 4

2 Ans. (2)

x ®p / 4 Sol.

18. Considering only the principal values

of inverse functions, the set 4

{ }

1

p

A x ³ 0 : tan-1(2x) + tan-1(3x)

= = 0 3

4

(1) is an empty set

(2) Contains more than two elements 3

1 15 15

ò (x + 2)dx - .5.3 = 9 + 6 - =

2

(3) Contains two elements Req. area = 2 2 2

0

(4) is a singleton

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21. If l be the ratio of the roots of the quadratic 24. Let P(4, –4) and Q(9, 6) be two points on the

equation in x, 3m2x2+m(m–4)x+2 = 0, then the parabola, y2= 4x and let X be any point on the

arc POQ of this parabola, where O is the vertex

1

least value of m for which l + = 1 , is : of this parabola, such that the area of DPXQ is

l maximum. Then this maximum area (in sq.

(1) 2 - 3 (2) 4 - 3 2 units) is :

125 125 625 75

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

4 2 4 2

Ans. (2) Ans. (1)

Sol. 3m2x2 + m(m – 4) x + 2 = 0 Q(9,6)

2

a b (t , 2t)

1

l+ = 1 , + = 1 , a2 + b2 = ab X

l b a

(a + b)2 = 3ab Sol.

2

æ m(m - 4) ö 3(2) (m - 4)2 6

ç - 2

=

÷ 3m 2 , =

è 3m ø 9m 2

3m

P

(m – 4)2 = 18, m = 4 ± 18, 4 ± 3 2

(4,–4) t=–2

22. EN

If the vertices of a hyperbola be at (–2, 0) and

(2, 0) and one of its foci be at (–3, 0), then

which one of the following points does not lie

on this hyperbola?

y2= 4x

2yy' = 4

y' =

1

t

= 2, t=

1

2

1

(1) ( 4, 15 ) (2) ( -6,2 10 ) 1 1

4

1 125

(3) ( 6,5 2 ) (4) ( 2 6,5) Area = 9 6 1=

2 4

LL

Ans. (3) 4 -4 1

the plane containing the two lines,

Sol. x -1 y - 4 z + 4

(–2,0) (–2,0) (–ae,0) x+2 y-2 z+5

= = and = = ,

(–a,0) (a,0) ae = 3 3 5 7 1 4 7

is:

A

3 æ9 ö 11

ae = 3, e = , b = 4 ç - 1 ÷ , b2 = 5

2 (1) 6 (2) 6 11 (3) 11 (4) 11 6

2 è4 ø

Ans. (1)

x 2 y2

- =1

4 5 Sol. i j k

z-a 3 5 7

23. If (a Î R) is a purely imaginary number

z+a 1 4 7

and |z| = 2, then a value of a is :

ˆi(35 - 28) - ˆj(21.7) + k(12

ˆ - 5)

1

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

2

7iˆ - 14ˆj + 7kˆ

Ans. (2)

z-a z -a ˆi - 2ˆj + kˆ

Sol. + =0

z+a z +a 1(x + 2) – 2(y – 2) + 1 (z+15) = 0

zz + za - a z - a + zz - za + za - a = 0

2 2 x – 2y + z + 11 = 0

|z|2 = a2, a = ±2 11 11

=

4 +1 +1 6

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æ pö dy y

26. The maximum value of 3cosq+5sin ç q - ÷ for Sol. = = lnx

è 6ø dx x

any real value of q is : 1

eò x = x

dx

79

(1) 19 (2) (3) 31 (4) 34

2 xy = ò xlnx + C

Ans. (1)

x2 1 x2

æ ln x -ò ×

3 1ö 2 x 2

Sol. y = 3cos q + 5 çç sin q - cos q ÷÷

è 2 2ø

x x2

xy =l n x - +C, for 2y(2)= 2ln2 – 1

5 3 1 2 4

sin q + cos q

2 2 ÞC=0

75 1 x x

y max = + = 19 y = lnx -

4 4 2 4

27. A tetrahedron has vertices P(1, 2, 1),

e

Q(2, 1, 3), R(–1,1,2) and O(0, 0, 0). The angle y(e) =

between the faces OPQ and PQR is : 4

-1 æ 9 ö -1 æ 19 ö

é1 0 0 ù

(1) cos ç ÷

è 35 ø

-1 æ 17 ö

(3) cos ç ÷

è 31 ø

(4) cos ç ÷

(2) cos ç ÷

-1 æ 7 ö

è 31 ø

EN

è 35 ø 29.

ê ú

Let P = ê3 1 0 ú and Q = [q ij] be two 3×3

ë9 3 1 û

q 21 + q 31

is

q32

Ans. (1)

uuur uuur equal to:

Sol. OP ´ OQ = (iˆ + 2 ˆj + k)

ˆ ´ (2iˆ + ˆj + 3k)

ˆ

(1) 15 (2) 9 (3) 135 (4) 10

5iˆ - ˆj - 3kˆ Ans. (4)

LL

O (0,0,0) é1 0 0 ù

Sol. P = êê3 1 0 úú

êë9 3 1 úû

P R (–1,1,2)

(1,2,1) é 1 0 0ù

ê

P = ê 3+3

2

1 0 úú

Q

A

(2,13) êë9 + 9 + 9 3 + 3 1 úû

uuur uuur

PQ ´ PR = (iˆ - ˆj + 2k)

ˆ ´ ( -2iˆ - ˆj + k)

ˆ

é 1 0 0ù

ˆi - 5ˆj - 3kˆ ê

P = ê3 + 3 + 3

3

1 0 úú

êë 6.9 3 + 3 + 3 1 úû

5+5+9 19

cos q = =

( )

2

25 + 9 + 1 35

é ù

ê 1 0 0ú

28. Lety = y(x) be the solution of the differential ê ú

P =ê

n

3n 1 0ú

dy ê n(n + 1) 2 ú

equation, x + y = x log e x,(x > 1). If

dx ê 3 3n 1 ú

ë 2 û

2y(2) = loge4–1, then y(e) is equal to :-

e2 e e e2 é 1 0 0ù

(1)

4

(2)

4

(3) -

2

(4) -

2 P = ê 5.3 1 0 úú

5 ê

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Q = P5 + I3 30. Consider three boxes, each containing 10 balls

labelled 1,2,....,10. Suppose one ball is

é 2 0 0ù randomly drawn from each of the boxes.

ê 15 2 0 ú

Denote by ni, the label of the ball drawn from

Q= ê ú

êë135 15 2 úû the ith box, (i = 1, 2, 3). Then, the number of

ways in which the balls can be chosen such that

q 21 + q 31 15 + 135 n1 < n2 < n3 is :

= = 10 (1) 82 (2) 240 (3) 164 (4) 120

q 32 15

Ans. (4)

Aliter Sol. No. of ways = 10C3 = 120

æ1 0 0ö æ0 0 0ö

ç ÷ ç ÷

P = ç0 1 0÷ + ç3 0 0÷

ç0 0 1÷ ç9 3 0÷

è ø è ø

P=I+X

æ0 0 0ö

ç ÷

X = ç3 0 0÷

ç9 3 0÷

è

ç

ø

æ0 0 0ö

÷

X = ç0 0 0÷

2

EN

ç9 0 0÷

è ø

X3 = 0

P5 = I + 5X + 10X2

LL

Q = P5 + I = 2I + 5X + 10X2

æ2 0 0ö æ 0 0 0ö æ 0 0 0ö

ç ÷ ç ÷ ç ÷

Q = ç 0 2 0 ÷ + ç 15 0 0 ÷ + ç 0 0 0 ÷

ç 0 0 2 ÷ ç 15 15 0 ÷ ç 90 0 0 ÷

è ø è ø è ø

æ 2 0 0ö

A

ç ÷

Q = ç 15 2 0 ÷

Þ

ç135 15 2 ÷

è ø

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