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Some questions (AssertionReason type) are given below. Each question contains Statement

1 (Assertion) and Statement 2
(Reason). Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct. So select the correct choice :
(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.
576. Statement-1: The value of
1 1
3
tan 2 tan 3
4

+ =
Statement-2: If x > 0, y > 0, xy > 1, then tan
1
x + tan
1
y =
1
x y
tan
1 xy

| | +
+
|

\
.
577. Statement-1:
7
6

## is the principal value of

1
7
cos cos
6

| |
|
\
Statement-2: cos
1
(cos x) = x if x[0, ]
578. Statement-1: The value of cot
1
(1) is
3
4

Statement-2:
1 1
cot ( x) cot x, x R

=
579. Statement-1: If
1
x 2
x
+ = then the principal value of sin
1
x is
2

Statement-2: sin
1
(sin x) = x xR.
580. Statement-1: If A, B, C are the angles of a triangle such that angle A is obtuse then tan B tan C > 1.
Statement-2: In any triangle
tan B tan C
tan A
tan Btan C 1
+
=

.
581. Let f() = sin.sin (/3 + ) . sin (/3 )
Statement-1: f() 1/4
Statement-2: f() = 1/4 sin2
582. Statement1 : Number of ordered pairs (, x) satisfying 2sin = e
x
+ e
x
, [0, 3] is 2.
Statement2 : Number of values of x for which sin2x + cos4x = 2 is zero.
583. Statement1 : The number of values of x [0, 4] satisfying | 3 cosx sinx| 2 is 2.
Statement2 : |cos (x + /6)| = 1 number of solutions of | 3 cosx sinx| 2 is 4
584. Statement1 : Number of solutions of sin
1
(sinx) = 2 x; x[3/2, 5/2] is 1
Statement2 : sin
1
(sinx) = x, x [/2, /2]
585. Statement1 : Number of ordered pairs (x, y) satisfying sin
1
x = sin
1
y and cos
1
x + cos
1
y = 0 simultaneously is 1
Statement2 : Ordered pairs (x, y) satisfying sin
1
x = sin
1
y and cos
1
x + cos
1
y = 0 will lie on x
2
+ y
2
= 2.
586. Statement1 : The equation k cos x 3 sin x = k + 1 is solvable only if k belongs to the interval ( ] , 4
Statement2 :
2 2 2 2
a b a sin x bcos x a b + + .
587. Statement1 : The equation 2 sec
2
x 3 sec x + 1 = 0 has no solution in the interval (0, 2)
Statement2 : sec x 1 as sec x 1.
588. Statement1 : The number of solution of the equation sin x | x | = is only one.
Statement2 : The number of point of intersection of the two curves y = |sin x| and y = |x| is three.
589. Statement1 : The equation sin x = 1 has infinite number of solution.
Statement2 : The domain of f(x) = sin x is ( , ).
590. Statement1 : There is no solution of the equation
2 2
| sin x | | cos x | tan x cot x + = + .
Statement2 : 0 | sin x | | cos x | 2 + and tan
2
x + cot
2
x 2.
591. Statement1 : The equation sin
2
x + cos
2
y = 2 sec
2
z is only solvable when sin x = 1,
cos y = 1 an sec z = 1 where x, y , z R.
Statement2 : Maximum value of sin x and cos y is 1 and minimum value of sec z is 1.
592. Statement1 : If cot
1
x < n, n R then x < cot (n)
Statement2 : cot
1
(x) is an decreasing function.
593. Statement1 :If sin = a for exactly one value of
7
0,
3
(
(

, then a can take infinite value in the interval [ 1, 1].
Statement2 : 1 sin 1.
594. Statement1 : tan 5 is an irrational number. Statement2 : tan 15 is an irrational number.
595. Let be an acute angle
Statement1 : sin
6
+ cos
6
1. Statement2 : sin + cos 1
596. S1 : sin
18

is a root of 8x
3
6x + 1 = 0. S2 : For any R, sin 3 = 3 sin 4 sin
3
.
2
597. Let f be any one of the six trigonometric functions. Let A, B R satisfying f(2A) = f(2B).
Statement1 : A = n + B, for some n I. Statement2 : 2 is one of the period of f.
598. Let x [-1, 1]
Statement1 : 2 sin
-1
x = sin
-1

( )
2
2x 1 x . Statement2 : - 1 2x
2
1 x 1 .
599. Let f(x) = cos
1
x
Statement1 : f is a decreasing function.
Statement2 : f( x) = f(x).
600. Statement1 : The total number of 2 real roots of the equation x
2
tan x = 1 lies between the interval (0, 2).
Statement2 : The total number of solution of equation cos x sin x 2cos x = in [0, 2] is 3.
601. Statement1 : The number of real solutions of equation sin e
x
cos e
x
= 2
x 2
+ 2
- x 2
is 0.
Statement2 : The number of solutions of the eqution 1 + sin x sin
2

x
0
2
= n [- , ] is 0.
602. Statement1 : Equation
1 1 1
2 4 2
tan x tan tan x 0
x x x

| | | | | |
+ =
| | |
\ \ \
has 3 real roots.
Statement2 : the number of real solution of ( )
1
1 cos 2x 2 sin sin x

+ = ; x [ ] , is 2.
603. Statement1 : If
tan
-1

( )
1 1 1
1 1 1 1
tan tan ... tan
1 2 1 2.3 1 3.4 1 n n 1

+ + +
+ + + + +
= tan
-1
, then =
n
n 1 +
.
Statement2 : The sum of series cos
-1
2 + cot
-1
8 + cot
-1
18 + . . . is
4

.
604. Statement-1: If tan + sec = 3 , 0 < < , then = /6
Statement-2: General solution of cos = cos is = , if 0 < < /2
605. Statement-1: If x < 0, tan
-1
x + tan
-1
1
x
= /2
Statement-2: tan
-1
x + cos
-1
x = /2,xR
606. Statement-1: sin
-1
(sin10) = 10
Statement-2: For principal value sin
-1
(sinx) = x
607. Statement-1: cos
2 4 1
cos cos
7 7 7 8

=
Statement-2: cos cos2 cos2
3
.... cos2
n-1
= -
n
1
2
if =
n
, n N,
2 1

n 2.
TRI
608. Statement-1: sin3 < sin1 < sin2 is true
Statement-2: sinx is positive in first and second quadrants.
609. Statement-1: The equation 2sin
2
x (P + 3) sinx + (2P 2) = 0 possesses a real solution if
P[-1, 3]
Statement-2 : -1 sinx 1
610. Statement-1: The maximum value of 3sin + 4cos
4
| |
+
|
\
is 5 here R.
Statement-2:: -
2 2
a b + asin + bcos
2 2
a b +
3
611. Statement-1: If A + B + C = , cosA + cosB + cosC 3/2
Statement-2:: If A + B + C = , sin
A B C 1
sin sin
2 2 2 8

612. Statement-1: The maximum & minimum values of the function f(x) =
1
6sin x 8cos x 5 +
does not exists.
Statement-2: The given function is an unbounded function.
613. Statement-1: If x < 0 tan
-1
x +tan
-1

1
x
| |
|
\
= /2
Statement-2: tan
-1
x + cot
-1
x = /2 xR.
614. Statement-1: In any triangle square of the length of the bisector AD is bc
2
2
a
1
(b c)
| |

|
+
\
Statement-2: In any triangle length of bisector AD =
bc A
cos
b c 2 +
615. Statement-1: If in a triangle ABC, C = 2acosB, then the triangle is isosceles.
Statement-2: Triangle ABC, the two sides are equal i.e. a = b.
616. Statement-1: If the radius of the circumcircle of an isosceles triangle pqR is equal to pq = PR then the angle p = 2/3.
Statement-2: OPQ and oPR will be equilateral i.e., OPq = 60, OPR = 60
617. Statement-1: The minimum value of the expression sin + sin + sin is negative, where , , are real numbers such
that + + = .
Statement-2: If , , are angle of a triangle then sin + sin + sin = 4cos cos cos
2 2 2

.
618. Statement-1: If in a triangle sin
2
A + sin
2
B + sin
2
C = 2 then one of the angles must be 90.
Statement-2: In any triangle sin
2
A + sin
2
B + sin
2
C = 2 + 2cosA cosB cosC.
619. Statement-1: If in a ABC a 2c and b 3c then cosB must tend to 1.
Statement-1: In a ABC cosB =
2 2 2
c a b
2ac
+
.
620. Statement-1: cos(45 A) cos(45 B) sin(45 A) sin (45 B) = sin(A + B).
Statement-2: cos(90 ) = sin .
621. Statement-1: The maximum and minimum values of 7cos + 24sin are 25 and 25 respectively.
Statement-2:
2 2 2 2
a b a cos bsin a b + + for all .
622. Statement-1: If
1 1 1 2
1
sin x sin (1 x) sin 1 x then x 0,
2

+ = =
Statement-2:
1
sin sin x x x R

=
TE
623. Statement-1: The numbers sin 18 and sin54 are roots of same quadratic equation with integer coefficients.
Statement-2: If x = 18, then 5x = 90, if y = -54, then 5y = -270.
Inverse Trigonometry
624. Statement-1: The number of solution of the equation cos(
( ) ( )
x 4 cos x 1 = is one.
Statement-2: cosx = cos x = 2n nI
4
Inverse Trigonometric Function
627. Statement-1: The range of sin
-1
x + cos
-1
x + tan
1
x is
3
,
4 4
(
(

Statement-2: sin
-1
x + cos
-1
x = /2 for every xR.
628. Statement-1: sin
-1
(sin10) = 10
Statement-2: sin
-1
(sinx) = x for - /2 x /2
629. Statement-1: If sin
1
x + sin
1
y =
2
3

## , the value of cos

1
x + cos
1
y is /3.
Statement-2: sin
1
x + cos
1
x = /2 x [1, 1].
630. Statement-1: 7/6 is the principal value of cos
1

7
cos
6
| |
|
\
Statement-2: cos
1
(cosx) = x, if x [0, ].
631. Statement-1: 3 cos sin 5 + = has no solution.
Statement-2: a cos + b sin = c has solution if
2 2
| c | a b +
632. Statement-1: The equation sin
4
x + cos
4
x + sin2x + a = 0 is valid if
3 1
a ,
2 2
(

(

Statement-2: If discriminant of a quadratic equation is ve. Then its roots are real.
633. Statement-1: In a ABC cosAcosB + sinAsinBsinC = 1 then ABC must be isosceles as well as right angled triangle.
Statement-2: In a ABC if A
4

## = tanA tanB = k. then k must satisfy k

2
6k + 1 0
634. Statement-1: If r
1
, r
2
, r
3
in a ABC are in H.P. then sides a, b, c are in A.P.
Statement-2::
1 2 3
r , r , r
s a s b s c

= = =

.