0 ——(@) neither even nor odd
Let f: 8 ~ {2} + R be a function satisfying 2f(x) +
(222) 2100+ 80 re R= {2}, then fe) =
a
60(2x +29)
(a) 16~ 40,- =
x2
32x42)
(b) 100x+80- =
x2
40 toes 30CE+29
© a
(2) none of these
Letg: > R be given by g(x)~3 + 4x. If") ~g0g0
«- .0g(a), then g(x) (where g(x) denotes inverse of
8") is equal to
(@ @-1)+ate (b) +14" 1
(6) Get 24 (d) (4% 1jr+4*
Leif p) 142-3 f0)3F@)P-(FOP TAY
xe R, where p>0. Then, fxs periodic with period.
@p )
(©) 4p (d) none of these
it Y s(x + ka) =0, where a> 0, then the period of
&
semis
@a ) Oda
Oct (@) none of these
Ify= logge and $= (3,27), theset onto which theset $
is mapped is
(@) 0.3) © aa
© 0.9 @ 0.2
‘The values of x for which the functions f(x) =x~3 and
9 (0) =4—xsatisy the inequality (x) +9(x) }<|/0)|
+40(0)| are
@ Ba
(©) (-2,00)-[3.4]
b) mye)
(d) none of these%
5
8
Iffisan even function defined onthe interval [- 5,3], 9%
then the real values of x satisfying the equation
sins 5 aw
x+2
-1tS W345
@ = = 10,
o> 2 @ none of these
2
rte etn = fo Tote
foeu(l
[J denotes the greatest integer function,
(@) Domain()=[2.%) (6) Domain( f)= (2.09) u.
(©) Range(f)= {| @ ringei/o= {7}
‘The distinct linear funtion which maps [- 1, 1] onto
{0,218
@ x- xt
@ -x+1 (@) -2-1
Let fx) be defined forall x > @ and be continuous.
, rn
Let fix) satisfy /(2) = Six) —f() forall x,y and
‘fle)=1.Then
(@) fixisbounded — (b) At) as x0
(© xf()-0a8x30 (@) fO)=I0R¥
“The function f:(— ,—1] + (0,51 defined by (0) =
ook ig B
(@) one-one (6) many-one ss
(©) into (@) onto
Let f RR be defined by f(a) 142+ 1008 + 5
sin x.then fis
@) one-one (b) onto,
(© many-one (@) inc, 1
LeifiR-+Rbea function defnedby a),
then the graph of f(x) lies in which quadrant”
@t ) 0
ml ww
1efem)~fe= Ali Z Jeesene Finan
—H
fois
lex
@) tog{ 1=* 18.
@) va( 22) &) wn
(@) tan?
© ma(}2)
Which of the following functions have period 2?
CO) sn( Zt)
(2) sin (cos x)
(a) tx} +eosmx
(©) sinxt fx)
‘The values of x for which the domain of defivition of
1
(s-11+]7—#1-6
denoies the greatest integer par, is not defined are
the function, f(x) = + where [.]
@ 1) ® 08)
fe) {2,3,4,5,6} (@) 1, UTS]
HyO= Te where [] denotes preatest
integer function, then
(a) f(x) is an odd function ifx= nt
(b)_/() ivaneven function ifx# em
(e) f(x) is anodd function if.x #0
(€) flx)isan even function if x= nm
FRR bedefinedby f(s)
(a) fis one-one
{b) is onto
1 Fep= boger= fe +1
@) F1C)= g(x ys
Letf(x)=sin (oglu) + togtsin”'[x]), where [ Jdenotes
the greatest integer function. Then,
(a) domain offis[1,2) (b) domain offs 1.3)
+0
(e) range of fis {ioe} (@) rangeof fis {0}
If the function f [1, 2) + |], =) is defined by (0) =
240) then
(@) fis one-one () fis onto
1+ fis atop;
2
fiz dows =
2) =
@s'ai=
Levin) Then,
oad
(@) foo+f(l-a=1
0) f@)+f0-n=—116.
Functions 1.49
Let2 be. positive integer with (1) = 1! +214 31+ ..+
nn and P(x) and Q(x) be polynomials in x uch that
Sn 2)=P aft 1)* Ol) fa) forall 1, then
@ Peo=xt3
(b) O)=-x-2 .
(@ Pay=—x-2
@ Oaxe3
4
ws
10,
n.
The period of the function, 3" #74 [I+ sn) |
where [| denotes the greatest integer function, is ..
‘The number of integral values ofa, for which 3 may.
bo the period of the function cos nsx sin is
‘The value of w€ I for which the function
(0) = 5 has 4r.as its period is...
si)
F(2x+3)+ f(2x+7)=2, V.ve R, then the period of f(s)
is.
ff (3) is an odd periodic function with period 2, then
FA) equals...
Let f(a, ») be a pericdie function satisfying
F(s,9)=f(2s+2y, 272s) forall my. Hale) =/2 0),
then g(x) isa period function with period..
Iffix) = (2 cose — 1) (2e08 2v— 1) (2 cos?*x- 1) ..
(2cos2”"'x-1),
where 2 1, then for'¥ ke uz sae }:
Fe
The valve ot 2]e[ba co] [ba fy
2) *[2 * 100 |*|2 * i060.
5 ty a>
2*io0,
‘The period of the function f(x} satisfying the condition
FO=W+ P+ =HO+ +049).
3 3 1
neviveet[S]e[2¢ch]+
E mail E | [i * lis
Sah Beae lo
Ify = 2[x] + 3 and y~3 [x2] +5, then the value of
[e+ylis...
12,
13.
14,
15,
16.
17
18,
19,
‘The number of surjections from 4 to B where A= (1,2,
3.4} and B= fa, Bh is.
fF) bea polynomial function satisfying
Je) 1} roy (F}mrernes,
then f(6)=
Let f(x) be a funetion such that f(x — 1) +f(r+ 1)=
%
V3fl0), Ve R.IERS)= 100,then YF (S412) =
rt
Let/:N >. be a function such that
x-pe0- [5] -vf LE] v0
where [.] denotes the greatest integer function and
1900 ,..). Butin
the case of functions where modulus is involved, the LCM.
rule gives the period of the funetion but it may not be the
fundamental period.
For example, according to the L.C.M. rule,
Period of] sinx |+| osx |=L.CM.0f(%,2)= 7,
but it is not the fundamental period since
bin{ s+ 2) +bos{ +2)
2)
at
which shows thatthe fundamental period is
osx || sine
‘Thus, the period of| sin px |+| cos gx | ~
-temor(
ma
J itoee
Pa
5 The function f(x} = k| cos.x | + A> | sinx + o(k) has
period = if is equalto
@
©3
6 Theperiod of the function
(b) 2
(@) none of these
Fs)= 30+ 3-[3r+ 3}+ sin BE,
where [x] denotes the greatest integer finction}
i fel 3=11
Hence, [e+ y]=[44/+ I1J=[15+=18
42. (14) Number of surjections from 4 to B
2
= Yer 2¢,09%
a
CIP 2c (tse DP? 26, 2)
2416
4
:. Number of onto mappings from 4 to B= 14
43. (217) weanevers{t)-s09-7(2)
x ¥
(fe) =4x" +1; but f(4)=65
= 21
S #64
S eed [e4t0)
$0, f@)=r+1
Hence, f(6)=6" + 1=217
14, (10,000) We have,
Pe +f EH) = V3 FO) AD
Putting x~x~ 1, we get,
Peo +fe+2) = VB f+ 1) 2)
Again, putting x=x+1, we get
fort +fO+3) = V3f@+2) 8)
‘Adding (1) and (3), we get
Se +2feer DA L+3) = BUO-LE+2]
= 53 feet DI]
[using (2)]
= SV) AF (+3) = BF e+ 1)-2F 4 VD
= SO-W+f +3) =fO41) 4)
Putting r= 2+ 2,we get
fet 1) tfe+5) =fle+3) 3)
‘Adding (4) amd (3), we get
Fe-V+/(+ 8) =0
= Flx-M=—ftx+5)
= £(0) =-f+6) (6)
‘ 1G:+6)==f(x+12) 1)
Using (6) and (7), we get,
fe) =-ES0+ 129]
= fo) =flx+ 12)
‘Thus, f(x) is periodic with period 12
99
‘Now, D6 + 12r) =f) 1 fG 412.1)
0
+ SH12.2)+/(54 12.3)>..4/(5 + 1299)
= L9+/G)+..+ (8)
700 times
[of6+19=F00)=100«f(5)
=100* 100 [as (5) = 100, given]
0,000
15, (1904 or 1994) Since, 1900 J (1990) =1994 ~B)
From (2) and @), we have
F(1990) = 1904 0r1994
16, (4) Given: f+ y)~ bay =f a)* 2?
Replace y by —, then
FO) +b? =f) 2
= Lo) =f(0) +k? wl)
Now, Sf) =f()+k-2=2 > f(Q=-k+4
and, £0) =f(0)+ 4k-8=8 = f(0)=— 4k +16
which gives k= 4and/(0)=0
Thus, from (1), f(a) ~27
gor) -4
Functions 137
47. (1155) Wehave D(x)= sea(2) ms 2os(2)
Now, period of f(x) 3) is7*55=385
reriogot g(a) /{)is11%21=231
+ Period of D(x)= L.C.M. of (385, 231)= 1155
18, (501) Lety=
Therefore, 2 2yt—
= nyt
2
= = los(»+0h? +1) (Since > 0)
$1) =660)= tog{x +f +1)
gO 1) (eta oar
8| Soo = '0e| Soar + So
= loge! =501
inthe given equation, we have
F()-2
19, (26) Putting x =
(fy
= FM-DFM-D=t
=> f()=2Zorf(l)=1. If f(1)= | then putting y= lin
the given equation, we have f(x) =2 fe) +1-2=9f (x)= 1
forall.xwhich isnot true as f (3) = 10, Thus, f(1)= 2 Putting
y= I/xin the given equation, we get
LA). F(R) SON +S (Ua) + f(I)-2
fey +s(lis)
Therefore, fx)=x"+ 1 or f(x)=—x"+1
If f(a)=—x"+ 1 then 10=/(3)=—3"+1
= 3" =—9, which is not possible.
Thus, f(x) =x"+1,5010=f(3)=3"+ 1
= 3950-2
Therefore, f(x) =32+1
= IS) = 91 =26
5 .(b) /(x)is defined if| sinx | +sin.x>0
= sinx> 0 2nn
Oand b—
= 2 #Dorpositive integer, x
prin! N= Pint 1)..(p-l)p(pt V)...(2n)
> pln Neu(P-1) (P+ Vow(2m)
Thisisimpossible. -. p? does not divide N,
+ (@)s(@) hold,
9 (a,b). Leta, B,Cbe the objectsselectedand x, x),%3.%,
bethe number of objects on either side of theselected objexts
as shown below
OBO
We have,
aytytaytyee3
where x). 2 0andx,,x,2 1
Hence, the required number of ways
ind teats,
tots" S in (lent 4,
= coefficientof.x"”$ in (I-x)*
ErSHIC emig amt
= Cus Cage? Cy
10(b, a). Wekave,r-120,rsn+1.
Lor
Isrsntl ——s—— 2
n+l
nel
rit
Gay
8s1 > 8<—esseso
mi
=> 859 = ~38k<-2V2 o2 V2 PEVEEE) = Gy and
5)
POE SE ExEyP,) = 32 sthen PLE) =
© 91-92.93-94 91-92 -93-94-95
97-98 -99-100 96-97 -98-99-100
9495-96
© Soa (@ none of these
A is one of 6 horses entered for a race and is to be
ridden by one of two jockeys B and C, It's 2to | that
15,
16.
18,
vb.
20.
Probatilty 13.14
B rides 4 in whichcaseall the horsesare equally likely
to win. If C rides 4, his chence of winning is rebled.
‘What are the odds against winning of 4?
(@) 13:5 ©) $:13
() 18:5 @ 58
2° + ax? + br + 6, where o, b,c are chosen
ly by throwing a die three times, then the
probability that /(x) is an increasing function is
@ (O)
© @
Ina muhiple choice question there are four alternative
answers, of which one or more are correct. A candidate
‘will get marks in the question only if he ticks all the
correct answers. The candidate decides totickanswers
at random. If he is allowed up to three chances to
answer the question, the probability thet he will get
‘marks in the question is
oF
@ :
© (@) none of these
Four tickets marked 00, 01, 10 and 11, respectively, are
placed ina bag. A ticket is drawn at random five times,
being replaced each time, The probability that the sum
of the numbers on the ticket is 15 is
3 5
© F028 © Toa
1
Om (@ none of these
IfXand ¥ are the independent random variables for
1 1 sepa
a5) anta(2 nrc
4095 309
©) 4096 ©) co96
4032
© i006 (@ none of these
A certainplayer, say X,is knowa to win with probability
0.3 ifthe track is fast and 0.4 ifthe track is slow. For
Monday, there is a 0.7 probability of a fast track and
0.3 probability of a slow track. The probability that
player X will win on Monday, is
(@) 02 ©) an
© 033 (@) one of these
The sum of two positive quantities is equal to 2n. The
protabilty that their product isnot ess than > times
their greatest product isaa
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book.57.
59.
61.
62.
55 44
® 1024 ©) 1024
( a (d) f the
© Toa (2) none of these
Plent I of XYZ manufacturing organization employs $
production and 3 maintenance foremen, another plant
11 of same organization employs 4 production and $
maintenance foremen, From any one of these plants, a
single selection of two foremen is made. The probabil-
ity that one of them would be production and the other
maintenance foreman is
278 263
fa) S04 (b) 504
Ft 502
© Soa © 08
In acertain recruitment test there are multiple choice
questions. There are 4 possible answers to each
question and of which one is correct. An intelligent
studentinows 90% of theanswer whilea weak student
knows only 20%, If an intelligent student gets the
correct answer, then the probability that he was
auessing is
1 36
oF oF
14
© n (d) none of these
‘The sum of two postive quantities is equal to 2n. The
3
probability that iheirproductis no lessthan + times
their greatest prodiict is
oF
© i
1
Oo) >
(d) none of these
X folows a binomial distibuion with parameters
and p, and ¥ follows a binomial with parameters m and
p. Then, if and Y are independent,
Pit=r|X+Y=rts)=
@) CMCC NC OY IMC, PMC
© 2CEMIC WC... (A) none of these
‘Three numbers are selected at random without replace-
‘ment from the set of numbers {1,2,..4). The condi-
tional probability that the third number lies between
the first two, if the first number is known to be smaller
than the second is
@s w) 4
@ 5 © 5
1
© z
Four positive integers are taken at random and are
‘multiplied together. Then, the probability thai the prod-
‘uct ends in an odd digit other than 5 is
(@) none of these
63.
64,
6s.
66.
67.
68,
Protabilty 13.15
3 6
@% © oe
16 2
© os OF
Iffourwhole numbers taken at random are multiplied,
together, the chance that the last digit in the product
is1,3,7, 019s,
18
(@) © GE
© Be (@) none of these
‘A pack of playing cards was found to contain only $1
cards. Ifthe firs 13 eards, which are examined, are all
red, the probability thatthe missing card is black is
2 1
@ > 5
© ; (@) none of these
A ten-digit number is-formed using the digits from
zer0 tonine, every digit being used exactly once. The
probability thatthe number is divisible by 4 is
@ *
20
a OF
2
© (d) none of these
al
Esch coefficient of the equation ax? + bx + c= Ois
determined by throwing an ordinary die. The prob-
ability that the equation has non-real complex roots is
173 43
© ae © se
SA
@ (@) none of these
216
‘Aset A contains » elements, A subset P of is chosen
atrandom and the set is reconstructed by replacing,
the elements of P. Another subset Q of 4 is now
chosen at random. The probability that PUQ contains
exactly r elements, 17'S nis
@ » ot
1 ©
3
( . (d) none of these
‘A person throws two dice, one the common cube and
the other a regular tetrahedron, the number on the
lowest face being taken in the ease of tetrahedron,
‘The probability thatthe sum of thenumbers appearing
onthe dice is 6 is,
1 1
fa) 3 (b) a
ot (@) none of theseaa
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book.‘Twelve players 5}, Sp.» Sip play in a chess tournament.
They are divided into six pairs at random, From each pai
winner is decided, It is assumed that all players are of equal
strength. The probability that
1. Both S, and S, are among the six winners is
12 13
@s oO 3
ot (@) none of these
3
2. Exactly one of S, and, is among the six winners is
6 5
On On
4
Oa (d) none of these
3. Atleast one of S, and S, is among the six winners is
31 32
On OFF
10
OT (@)_ none of these
‘A person draws a card from a pack of 52 cerds, He replaces the
card, shuffles the pack and again draws a card, He replaces it
and draws again, This he does until he draws a heart
4. The probability that he will have to make at least four
draws is
27 175
@ x6 ©) 356
© 2 (d) none of these
64
5. The chance that he will fail in the first two draws is
1 3
og Od
9 1
© a (@) a
[PASSAGE mt
A shopkeeper inspected some itemsin a box containing a, b
and c number of items of type P, Q and R, respectively. He
picked up an item randomly and put it back into the box if he
found that the item selected wasregularly sod, he also added
the equal number of items of the same type as those
previously inthe box otherwise he removed all the items of
that type.
Probability 13.19
6. Ifexactly one ofthe three items is regularly sold then
‘what is the probability that the item selected in the
second draw is similar tothatin the first draw? [Given
thatthe iter selected in the second drow isa regularly
sold iter).
@ ct @ By (6 )
a arhe Gabes
2a? 2 at 1
0 (Siete ele]
@ » € 1
6 (ire aera mae
(@ none of these
7. What is the probability that the item selected in the
second draw is not a regularly sold item?
@ tb ay t
arbec atbec atbte
w ote, ate, ate
) Gasbee’ ar2bve atb+2e
ot
bee
(@) None of these
8. What is the probability that the items selected in the
second draw is different from that in the first draw,
given that the item selected in the first draw is a
regularly sold item? (Assume exactly two of the three
items ere not regularly sold items).
@ (42 Haro ea 1
lasb+c* aeabec a+b+u) arbre
abe), Kase) , asd) _1
© [Bae nae cool ae
© 4,4 _,_<« _)_t
Jasbte’ avdbre 'asbez ) arbre
0
PASSAGE IV
‘Two persons and B are playing with S dice. Player 4 throws
3 dice and player B throws 2 dice. The trials go on
simultaneously and successively until 6 shows on at least
one of the dice.
9. P(A): The probability that player A and not B first
obtains 6 is
52aa
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book.‘24(b). A person can alight atany one of n floors. Therefore,
‘the number of ways in which m passengers can alight at
floors is ™A No,
‘The number of ways in which all passengers can aight at
different floors is"C,, % m
Hence, required probability
25(a). We know 74, Le N, has 1, 3,9, 7at the unit's place for
k=4p,4p—1, 4p-2,4p~3 respectively, where p= 1,23,
Clearly, 7" + 7" will bedivisibleby Sif 7" has3 or in the
unit's place and 7" has 7 or3 in the unit's place or 7” has 1 or
9 in the unit’s place and 7” has 9 or | in the unit's place.
Forany choice of m, n the digitin the unit's place of
7+ 7Mis2,4,6,00r8.Itis divisible by 5 only when this digit
iso.
terested tity
26(a). Itisa case of Bernoullian tials with number of trials
1
‘nand probability = => (a successin one tial)
P(r successes) ="C,q"~! p"="C,(1-py""" p!
~s(-4) 6
ola)"
27(c). Let(B) denote the event that minimum (maximum)
‘number on the chosen ticketsis 3 (7).
We have,
P(A)= P (choosing 3 and two other numbers from 4to 10)
1c, 7x 6x37
We, “10x 9x8 40
‘P(B)= P(choosing 7 and choosing two other numbers from
1106)
Cy _ 6x5x3 1
%¢c, “lox 9x78
PUB) = P(choosing 3 and 7 and one other number
fromd to6)
3 3e3K2
0c, 10x9x8 40
P(AUB)=P(A)+ PB)—P(AB)= 10/40.
29(b). The exhaustive casesare 4!
‘The favourable cases are a(t
erobabity 13:23
9.3
therequited protabitty = >> = 3
30(c), Lettheorthocentre be (xy)
(x28 +3 = (5-2) (5-3
= Pryde 6-0
=> Part (y-3P-9=0
= x=22 40
ycamtake the values 1,2,3.4,5.6
Required probabitity= © = 3
equted probity = = = 3
34 (6). The total length of the interval in which a lies =
30-(-5)=35
Ifthe graph of y=12+2(a 4)x~5a-+64 isentirey above
the x-axis, the discriminant ofthe sbove quadratic exoression
‘must be negative
4fa+4)+4(5a-64)<0
= a+ Ba-48<0 = (a+ 16)(a-3)<0.
= -l6 a> i= bogp>t
# Ma>p> 1 0 Dis
4
@ @ro)? wo +,
(a+ by
e
© a @) Hats)
=a? x
Letyco= { +108: o OK 0Vxe Rand gx) =f(2-2) +/+).
‘Then, g(x) is increasing in
@) C~,-1 (b) (-2°,0)
© Che) (@) none of these
The curves x? - 4y? + ¢ = 0 and »? = 4x will cut
orthogonally for
(@) ce (0,16)
© ceG.ay
‘Which of the following is not true?
@) ce-3,4)
(@) none of these
“The function f()= x? + 4 hase
minimum atx=2if = 16
maximum atx=2ifA= 16
‘maximum for noreal value of 2
point of inflexion atx=1ifA=—1
If the parabola y = f(x), having axis parallel to the
‘y-axis, touches he line y= zat (1,1), then.
@ FO+HO=1 & 2%O+/O=1
© 2f@-FM=1 @ 2f'O-fO)=1‘5.12 Mathematics for IIT-JEE
B.
74.
‘The angle between the tangents at any point P and
the line joining P tothe origin O, where P isa point on
the curve fa (x?-+ 3) = o tan”! cis a constant
(b) varies as tan“y
(4) none of these
(@)_ varies as tan'x
(© isa constant
Ifthe equation ar? + Bx +e=0 hastwo distinct positive
ros, then the equation a? + (b+ 6a}x+(¢+30) =O has
(@) two positive roots
(6) exactly one positive root
(©) atleast one positive roct
(© no positive root
78.
16.
If /(2) is continuous in (a, 6] and differentiable in
(a, b)then there exists at least one c ¢ (a,b) such that
LO) KO squats
Daa
- fie
@ 0) © 32
©) fle) fe) (d) none of these
23
Let) =inxandgto)=?. oe (4, 8).then oo( S|
‘equals
(@) clnS-8
(b) 2c n4-8)
© Ac n5-8)
(@) cina—8
1
We) =3 (E}v6 = 27), Ve (-3,4), where
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Iff(x) be a function of x, where f(x) is continuous in the
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(@.b). Also, f(@) = f(b), ie. the values at the end points a
and 8 are equal. Then, there exists at least one point c between
and b (i.e., a
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Kxtkxa) =0 = (ka@i-§ba=0 = 7a- = ai+ pj = ob B=0 = a=0,f Sos pay=23i=2 MW (b). {fa—y7) ad} +]? -D a 0 ig ay 2) | -2(2)-4 .-]]-2@)-4 IV), sin c= ERASE _ Lee0s d cos B 2 Asin B Siang =P! evs Acos Bssin = 1S cos (48) =4-B=0aa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.aa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.aa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.Mathematics for 1IT-JEE 20. 16 (a), I> (A), I (a), Ver ie) 21. 1 (@,b), 1 (a, d), IN (c,d), IV © (a, b) 2219 (Ne ()ed, Vel : HINTS TO SELECTED PROBLEMS 1(a). Differentiating we get # y tim LO0e2 x). 280? wtan x _ f2).2.2.1 > Find costo gue oy 72.(#/4) 4(d). Taking rotation about 4 : 2 2-34 4 ina Je) ent 3 2 (c). Let E, be the event that each American is seated ga 3dtt = aig Bt adjacent to his wife = z=Qrane™ st16 5 (a). Slope of tangent = = PE) ‘And let(E, 7 E>) be theevent that each American with Indian are seated adjacent to their wives = Cutson the left ofr=e. 6 (a). Differentiating. 4. 421/)—2 (=I => lim 2xf@)-Pf(=1 ~) op=r Ail) oB=r Copyrighted maa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.aa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.aa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.aa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.P28 Mathematics for IIT-JEE WSs 7 abed 8 @d 9% bd 10. bd wo 2 Be wo 3 16) I 1B) 19% ew 2 HINTS TO SELECTED PROBLEMS 1 (b). ay i) and, x?+y?—6x+1=0 Ai) ‘Solving (i) and (ii) a a re Forthe limit o exist »-2=0— n=2and m=2 = 1-0 4 (6). The given expression ~ yo. 4 Cand C, touch each ather exactly a two points. 2 (b). «Sey +6y2=0 => Phyto =0 = xG-3y)-2y(-39)=0 > (3) (29) <0 =stwostraight lines and, when a= b and sign of cis opposite to that of a, the equation ax? + by? +.¢= Orepresents circle. B(c). - p=-l, : im =D" =-1=9 im —2-) Ip BT Fog cos" =D) Sea). et = im — 2 ___ 10 2x meas (x=) x(-sin (2-1) 1 ai cos" (x =1) Volume ~ ae oO we ge 11 tim MD te k oe oF wl —sin (x1) 603 (x= 1)aa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.aa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.aa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.aa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.aa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.aa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.aa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.aa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.aa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.aa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.aa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.aa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.aa You have either reached a page that is unavailable for viewing or reached your viewing limit for this book.Solved Paper IIT-JEE 2010 25. Theline 2x-+ y= istangent tothe hyperbola X= _fthis ine passes through the pint of ntersectonof the nearest ier and the x-axis, then the eccentricity ofthe hypebolais Sol. (2) substi 2, ofin y= -2x +1,we get e 4x) is periodic with period 2 a= ft (xjeosax de a Also, 1 = Va?m? — b? rn 2 41s atm? =o = 2] £(x)oosnx dx = 2%5f F[x)covne dx dy = ofa x)cos ax avs flower 0 (+12) ‘ " 1, = f(x =1)cos ax dx putx—1=¢ 26. Ifthe distance between the plane Ax ~ 2y + z= d and the plane containing the lines Sol (6) We have, 21+ 3m + n=O 31+ 4m +5n=0 -. Equation of plane will be 28, Let w be the complex number cos % ++isin 22 then “1 (x=1)+2(y-2)-1 (2-3) -0 the number of distinct complex numbers z satisfying, Sax41+2y—4—-743=0 ett ow Soxtly—z wo zt 1 isequal to re 1 t+u + x-2y+z=0 ‘Sol. (1) We have, I) ve waxes. 27, For any real number x, lt|3| denote the largest integer Jess than or equal to x. Let f be a real valued function defined on the interval {-10, 10]by x-|[x] if [xJisodd f(x)= 1 i (x) free x if [xfiseven q Salut) (z+0)—1-u(z+u-1) Tenfevaeot sf £(x)eosradei ion to Sol. (4).We have + 2 = Ois only solution.ARSON GUID UGE tas a aaa Sg eee era Sar aL Meee eee RU LS ed eC Re Cuca eevee ta easier ciated of the syllabus. The clear and concise presentation of the fundamental principles makes The Pearson Guide to Dee eeu ee ect Maruca ies fete ee Ret Cin areata CP stele illustrative examples to clarify concepts and applications Tricks to help students solve the maximum number of questions in the least amount of time. ee eco Ee eee Et anne en enn alates Pee Ee ae ete uae tke er ae tet sees the University of Delhi and isa gold medalist. He has been teaching undergraduate mathematics at Kirori Mal College, University of Delhi, for the past 18 years. He also teaches postgraduate students at the Faculty of Mathematics, University of Delhi. Dr Khattarhas authored ten books on mathematics and his main area Bae eee ey TM PEARSON