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Example-1 Learning objective: understanding the operations on sets 1. If A= {x/x is a positive prime number < 8}, B= {6,7,8} , C= {7,8,9} then the value of (A∩B)×(B∩C) is A) {(7,6),(7,7)} B) {(7,7),(7,8)} C) {(7,4),(7,5)} D) None of these. Answer key : B Step 1: Find the values of the different sets given in the problem Step2 : Perform the different set operations given in the problem Step 3 : we get option (b) Example-2 Learning objective: Applying the fundamentals of set operations 2. If U={1,2,3,4,….} , A={2,4,6,….} and B={1,3,5,…} then (A∪B)c= A) Ac – Bc B) (A.B)c C) Ac∩Bc D) Ac∪Bc Answer Key: B Step1: Find the values of the basic set operations in the given problem Step2: Find the complement of A∪B Step3 : we get option (c) Example-3 Learning objective: Understanding the concept of Cartesian product of sets 3. Consider the sets A and B , here A×B=B×A if and only if A) A-B=A B) (b) Ac=B C) Bc=A D) A=B Answer key : D

Step3: We get option (c) . Consider the function f:R→R and g:R→R defined by f(x)=3x–2 and g(x)=x+7 then the value of gοf is A) 3x-7 B) 7x-3 C) 3x+5 D none of these Answer key : C Step1: Try to recall the concept of composite functions Step2: Evaluate them.Step1:Should know the properties of Cartesian product of sets Step2: Applying the properties we get (d) Example-4 Learning objective: Applying the concept of functions in problems 4. Step2: Then find the inverse of that function Step3: we get option (a) Example-5 Learning objective: Should be able to evaluate a composite function 5. Let Q be the set of rationals .If f:Q→R is defined by f(x) = 3x + 2 for every x∈Q then f-1(x) is A) B) C) D) x−2 3 x+2 3 x+7 3 7−x 3 Answer key : A Step1: First check whether the function is one-one or onto.

Example-6 Learning objective: understand the concept of domain and range of a function 6. The domain of the real function A) R B) I C) N D) W Answer key: A Step1: Recall the concept of domain and range of a function Step2: Find the domain of definition of this function.1) D) none of these Answer key: B Step1: Recall the concept of domain and range of a function. cosechx is defined as A) f ( x) = 1 is 2 − cos 3x 2 e − e−x x B) C) D) e x − e−x 2 2 e + e−x x 2 e − ex −x Answer key: A . Step3: We get option (b) Example-8 Learning objective: Should be able to recognize hyperbolic functions 8. Step2: Find the range of definition of this function. Range of the function y=cosecx is A) R–(–1.2) B) R–(–1.1) C) (–1. Step3: We get option (a) Example-7 Learning objective: understand the concept of domain and range of a function 7.

The inverse function of y = f ( x ) = A) B) C) D) x+2 .Step1: Directly follows from the definition of Hyperbolic functions Example-9 Learning objective: students should be able to understand the parametric equations 9. y=5secθ B) x=5cotθ . For the equation x2+y2=25 the parametric functions are A) x=5tanθ . x ≠ −1 is x +1 1− x 1+ x 2− x x +1 2+ x x −1 −x+2 1− x Answer key: B Step1: By the rules of the function find the inverse function. y=5cosθ D) none of these Answer key: C Step1: Recall the concept of parametric functions. Step2: We get option as (b) . y=5cosecθ C) x=5sinθ . Step2: Substitute the values of x and y on the left hand side of the equation Step3: We get option (c) Example-10 Learning objective: Analyze the concepts of inverse functions 10.

2. The expression for the sum of this k =1 n series A) B) C) D) 1 n(n + 1)(2n + 1) 5 1 n(n + 1)(2n − 1) 2 1 n(n + 1)(2n + 1) 6 1 n(n 2 + 1)(2n + 7) 8 Answer key: (c) Step1: Can be solved by the principle of mathematical induction.19 etc will give a sum of 341 A) n=10 B) n=11 C) n=12 D) n=9 Answer key: B Step1: Identify the components of arithmetic progression. + n 2 = ∑ k 2 ..Unit 2 Mathematical induction Example-1 Learning objective: will be able to identify nth term and sum to n terms of an arithmetical series 1. Consider the sum of squares series S n = 12 + 2 2 + 3 2 + .. Step2: The above formulae can also be memorized. Step3: We get option (c) . Step2: Use the Sn formulae to find the number of terms... How many terms of the arithmetical series 11. Step3: The correct option is (b) Example-2 learning objective: Student will be able to find the sum of a given series.15.

If the 4th .b.Example-3 Learning objective: Student will be able to evaluate the sum of a series using partial fractions 3. are given as a. are a. Example-4 Learning objective: Student will be able to solve problems in G.P. Step3: We get (b) as the correct option.b. Step3: We get (a) as the option. 7th and 10th terms of a G. 4.c respectivelly then A) b=ac B) b2=ac C) c2=ab D) none of these Answer key: B Step1: The 4th ... + 1⋅ 2 2 ⋅ 3 3 ⋅ 4 n(n + 1) A) B) C) D) n n +1 n +1 n n n −1 n 1− n Answer key: A Step1: Find the nth terms of the given series.P. Step2: Using the equations what we get find the required condition.P.c.7th and 10th terms of a G.. The sum of the series 1 1 1 1 + + + . . Step2: find the sum of the series..

4 + 3. Step3: We get (c) as the correct option.Example-5 Learning objective: Student will know to find the sum of a progression.5 + …….+303 is A) 172521 B) 172211 C) 172125 D) 127125 Answer key: C Step1: Find the sum using the n3 formulae..3. 5. Step2: Find the sum of that nth term. A) B) C) D) n(n + 1)(n + 2) 3 n(n − 1)(n + 2)(n + 3) 4 n(n + 1)(n + 2)(n − 3) 4 n(n + 1)(n + 2)(n + 3) 4 Answer key: D Step1: First find the nth term of the above series.2. The sum to n terms of the series 1.4. Step2: Evaluate the given expression. Example-6 Learning objective: Student will be able to find the sum of the given series 6. Step3: We get the option as (d) .3 + 2. The sum of 213+223+233+….

. The sum to n terms of the series 6+13+24+39+58+…… is A) n( 4n + 9n + 23) 2 B) C) n (4n 2 + 9n − 23) 6 n (4n 2 + 9n + 23) 6 D) none of these Answer key: C Step1: Find the nth term using method of differences Step2: Then find the sum to n terms Step3: We get option (c) .Example-7 Learning objective: Student will be able to find the sum to infinity of a given progression 7. 4 16 64 3 8 8 3 8 5 5 8 Answer key: D Step1: Recall the formulae to find the sum to infinity of a A. Step3: We get the option (b) Example-8 Learning objective: Student is familiar with the method of differences 8.P. The sum to infinity of 1 + A) B) C) D) 3 5 7 + + + ......G. Step2: Substitute the values in the formula.

z respectively then xq-r.P.P. Sum to n terms of the series A) B) (c) (d) 1 1 1 + + + . 10. r-p....zp-q = A) –1 B) 0 C) 2 D) 1 Answer key: B Step1: use the formula tn=arn-1 to find the pth . 2 ⋅ 5 5 ⋅ 8 8 ⋅ 11 n 6n − 4 n 6n + 4 n 4n + 6 n 4n − 6 Answer key: B Step1: Find the nth term of the above series by using partial fraction method.. qth and rth terms of a G.. p-q Step3: Multiplying and simplifying we get therequired answer .P. qth .y. rth terms of a G.yr-p.Example-9 Learning objective: Student is able to find the sum of the given series 9. are x. Step2: Find the sum to n terms of the series. Step2: Raising these to the powers q-r. Step3: We get option (b) Example-10 Learning objective: Student will be able to solve problems in G. If the pth .

A class has 20 boys and 30 girls. 2. The number of ways of selecting a 6-member team having equal number of boys and girls is A) B) D) 20 20 C 3× C2× 30 10 20 C3 C3 C) 10C3× 30 C3 C3× 9C3 Answer key: A Step1: First select the required number of boys and girls as given in the problem Step2: Use multiplication principle. Step3: We get the option (c) .A team of 6 students has to be selected . A person has 10 friends and 6 relatives . 1. Step2: Use multiplication principle. Step3: We get the option (a) Example -2 Learning objective: A student should be able to us the concept of combination. In how many ways can he invite 7 guests such that 5 of them are relatives A) 10 C2× 6C4 B) 9C2× 6C3 C) 10C2× 6C5 D) none of these Answer key: C Step1: Select 5 relatives out of the 6 relatives and remaining 2 friends from 10 friends.Unit 3 Combinatorics Example-1 Learning objective: Student will be able to use the rules of combinatorics.

then (m-1) markers are needed to form groups and the number of ways of placing (m–1) markers in the (n– 1) spaces between the ones is A) ⎜ ⎜ ⎛n⎞ ⎟ ⎟ ⎝ m⎠ ⎛ n − 1⎞ ⎟ ⎟ ⎝ m ⎠ B) ⎜ ⎜ C) ⎜ ⎜ ⎛ n −1⎞ ⎟ ⎟ ⎝ m − 1⎠ ⎛ m − 1⎞ ⎟ ⎟ ⎝ n −1⎠ D) ⎜ ⎜ Answer key: C Step1: Use the different properties of combination.e. If the composition are restricted to have exactly m parts . 3. Step2: Apply the suitable formula to get (c) . i.3 Learning objective: The student will be able to identify whether the problem is permutation or combination.Example. Step3: By applying the formula we get option (b) Example -4 Learning objective: Student will be able to solve problems in combinatorics. Step2: Find the nature of the problem . which has 6 types of ice cream . Twelve students enter an ice cream parlour . The number of orders the students can place is A) 6190 B) 6188 C) 7573 D) 4560 Answer key: B Step1: Judge whether the problem is permutation or combination. each order corresponds to a 12-combination with repetition from a set of 6 objects. 4.

Q ) 2 (P C) (Q ( . 7.6 Learning objective: Student will be able to understand the application of Ferrer’s graph.Q 2 2 2 ) ) D) Q .Q . Step2: Correct option is (b) Example -7 Learning objective: Student will be able to apply the principle of inclusion or exclusion. Q ) Answer key: A . The partition obtained by reading the Ferrer’s graph by column’s is called the A) conjugate partition B) Ferrer’s conjugate partition C) Ferrer’s partition D) none of these Answer key: B Step1: This is a direct theoretical question. P ∩ Q = min of A) B) (P . 6.Example -5 Learning objective: Student will know the concept of Ferrer’s graph 5. The representation of permutations by an array of dots is known as A) Ferrer’s graph B) Descarte’s graph C) Fermat’s graph D) none of these Answer key: A Step1: This is a direct theoretical question Step2: Correct option is (a) Example.

Example. A) 42 B) 24 C) 34 D) 26 Answer key: B Step1: Use the formula to find the number of positive integers.Step1: find the value of P∩Q . and are relatively prime to 70 are. 8.5 and 7 is A) 196 B) 195 C) 193 D) 200 Answer key: C Step1: Find the required nos in between 1 and 250 Step2: Using the formula find the number of those numbers. Step2: Use the concept of prime numbers we get option (b) Example -10 Learning objective: Student will be able to solve problems in permutation and combination 10. 9. The number of positive integers less than or equal to 70 .8 Learning objective: Student will know how to solve problems in progressions. The number of ways that an examiner can assign 30 marks to 8 questions so that no question receives less than 2 marks is A) ⎜ ⎜ ⎛ 21⎞ ⎟ ⎟ ⎝10 ⎠ .3. Step2: Evaluate it and we get one of the values which is option(a) Example.9 Learning objective: The student will be able to solve problems in number theory. The number of integers between 1 to 250 that are divisible by any of the integers 2.

B) ⎜ ⎜ ⎛ 21⎞ ⎟ ⎟ ⎝15 ⎠ ⎛ 21⎞ ⎟ ⎟ ⎝14 ⎠ ⎛ 21⎞ ⎟ ⎟ ⎝19 ⎠ C) ⎜ ⎜ D) ⎜ ⎜ Answer key: C Step1: Use the combination formulae Step2: Simplifying we get (c) .

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