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# 5.

l Jg
*J-zz
-J6
can be simplified as
(A) 1J'
(B)
4J?
(c) 4J'
(D)
-6J'
lf p and
q are positive integers such that
p < q, then which of the following statements
iVare conect?
l'
-p>-q
ll.
f>pq
III. p-l<q-l
(A) I only
(B) II only
(C) I and III only
(D) II and III only
Two roots of the cubic equation
?j
+
3x2
-
5x
-
6 are
-l
and
-2.
The
THIRD root is
(A)
Rationalisins
liji
gives
-
.12+l
-
(A) t-2J'
(B) 3-2Ji
(c) r+Ji
(D) t+2Jj
If a remainder of 7 is obtained when
:f
-
3.r
+
k is divided by.r
-
3, then k equals
(A)
-ll
(B)
-r0
(c) lo
(D) ll
Which of the following are factors of
4 x4 +8x3
-2x2 -6x-4?
I. .r+ 1
II. x- |
IIL x+2
IV. x-2
(A) I and II only
(B) II and III only
(C) I and III only
(D) I and IV only
a5-b5:
(A) (a
-
b)(d
-
alb
+ dbz
-
abi
+
ba)
(B) (a
-
b)(d
+ a3b
+
db2
+ ab3
+ b4)
(C) (a +
b)(d- a3b
+
6t6z
-
a\$3
+ ba)
(D) (a + b)(d
+
a,b
+ a2\$2
4
a\$3
* ba)
t
I
t
3
,
(B)
(c)
(D)
7.
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Which of the following mapping diagrams
does NOT represent a function?
Ifg(x) is the inverse offix) then the cor-
rect diagram is
9.
7
I
(D)
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Which of the following is true if c,
/
and
7
are roots of the cubic equation
3tr-4f-7x-10=0?
The values ofr that satisry the inequality
l2x-al>lxl,a>0,are
(A)
,.9 ort ro
J
(B)
*.-4 o, , , o
J
(c)
x>-aandx<9
J
(D)
x<aarrdx >!
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(A) converse
(B) tautology
(D) contra positive
The statement
-(p
v (- p
^
C))
is logically
equivalent to
(A) p^-q
(B) p +-q
(c)
-p^-q
(D)
-p+-q
(A)
(B)
(c)
(D)
a+
p+y
=-,
aB+By+ya=-
33
-3 -7
d+
P+Y=--:,
aB+BY+Ya=-
43
^37
a+P+/=-, dP+ltY+Yd=-
4J
L1
a+p+y=-, aB+BY+Ya=i
5J
The annual
growth, g(x), (in thousands)
of the
population over x
years i5 repre-
sented by g(x) = 2*. Over how maiiy
-
years will an annual growth of 32 thou.
sand be achieved
(A) s
(B) 16
(C) logr 16
(D) log, 30
lA
logl5
-log6+-log-=
l. 36
2
-25
)\
0
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14.
15.
(A)
(B)
(c)
(D)
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A vector equation is given as
(
+\
f
r)
(-s)
sl
-
l+tl |
=l
l. The values ofs and
\rJ
(r/
\r/
/ are, respectively
(A)
-2
and
-l
(B)
-2
and I
(C) 2 and I
(D) 2 and-r
sin (30"
-
l) is equal to
(A)
(B)
(D)
2 sin 0 cos
\$
is equivalent to
If
B
is an acute angle and cos
P:
:
,
then
sec
B:
13
(A)
-
sinp
(B)
-
cosp
(C) sinp
(D) cosp
Thdpoint (2, 3) is at one end of a diameter
of the circle whose equation is
*+f-l0x
+2y+l=0.
The coordinates of the other end of the
diameter are
(A) (-12,
-s)
(B) (-12,
-l)
(c) (8,
-s)
(D) (8,
-l)
t7.
5
l3
t2
l3
l3
t2
l3
5
(A)
(c)
(D)
(B)
,t;
I
cosl
-
v'
sinl
22(
l
rorl +
sin,l
22
21.
t;1
{'
cosl +
lsinl
22
l^ r
!'
cosl
-
I
sin I
a1
L'
(c)
18. 22. rhe varue
"r
sin(f +o) t,
(A)
(B)
(c)
(D)
sin(0+q;+sin(0-0)
sin(0+0)-sin(0-0)
cos(0+0)+cos(0-\$)
cos(0+0)-cos(0-{)
19. The equation of the circle whose centre
has coordinates
(4, l) and whose radius is
7 units is
(A) f+f+8x+/-49:0
(B) x2+f-8x-2y-32=0
(C) f+f-Bx-Y+49=0
x2+f+8x*2y+66=0
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23.
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What value of 0, 0
<
0
<
zr, satisfies the
equation 2 cos2 0
+
3 cos 0- 2 = 0?
With respect to an origin O, A has
coordinates
(3,
-2).
The position vector
of3OA is
(A) (3,
-6)
(B) (e,-2)
/o\
| -l
(L)
|
"l
\-L)
re)
(D)
| .l
!'-o,l
The expression sin 64,
+
sin 4A may be
written as
(A)
sin l0A
29'
(B)
-2 cosZA
(C) 2 cos 5A sin A
(D) 2 sin 5,A cos A
I
+
cosal
-
sina,4
=
(A) I +cos4A
(B) 2cos2A
(C)
cos 2A
(D) 2 cos2A sin'A
27. Ifp=2i+j and q
= )', i+ 6j are perpendicular
vectors, then the value of l" is
(A)
-3
(B)
-l
(c) 0
(D) 2
The general solution for sin 20 =
stn- ls
(A)
o
(B)
tr
[L] ;
J
(D) ::-
z
24.
(A)
(B)
lznt+-
IA
o=1
l0n+l\a
|.'
'16
lnr +L
I It
| 5tt
tnft+-
t12
(*
lnt +!
^t
t2
l(2nttl:
L'
'12
lo
lnv+-
v=1
|, ,,
Jtt
l(r+
lr-;
to
(c)
(D)
t<
(B)
i
The cosine ofthe angle between the vectors
-6
j
and i
+j
is
(A)
-l
_E
6
(c)
(D)
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Item 30 refers to the diagram below.
In the diagram above showing
NOT defined for
Lr*tsin.x)
maY be expressed as
dx-
(A) :i (cos .r+ 3 sin x)
(B) ri (x cos x
-
3 sin x)
(C) .l (3 cos .r+ sin x)
(D) rf (x cos x + 3 sin x)
The function g is defined as
{3x+5 for x<3
S(xr=\px+Zforx>3
For the function to be continuous at x= 3,
the value of 'p' should be
(A)
-
-3
(B)
-l
(c) 4
(D) 12
If y=
x-6
tnen
{
is
'-
3-4x
dx
33.
34.
(
f=x,yis
31.
(A)
(B)
(c)
(D)
lim
x -+3
(A)
(B)
(c)
(D)
(A)
(B)
(c)
(D)
x=0
xZ0
x>0
x<0
x'-9
-ls
x-3
-a
0
6
@
.3
stn
-
2
sin 3x
(A)
(B)
(c)
(D)
-21
(3
-
4x)'
2l
--
(3
-
4x)'
2l
-Bx
--.-
(3
-
4x)'
-27 -8x
(3
-
4x)'
Given that
hT
sinr
-1,
where x is meas-
x
tt 36. If y
=".,ffiT
ttt"n
d'y
is
dx3
(B)
2x
2
;
J
i
a
J
2
(c)
ffi
I
(2x + l)
/:N n\T'I'r\'TLIE \TE]'T DAr]F
(D)
30.
35.
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32.
37. Ify = tan 6x then Q- i,
dx
(A) 6tanz 6x
(B) sec2 6r
(C) 6 sec2 6x
(D) sec 6x tan 6x
lf
Q=cos
x then
dx
(A) y:sinx+&
(B) y=cosx*/r
(C) y=-cosx*/r
(D)
.y=-sinx+&
If
f"(x) =
6x, then gin"'n
--that
f
' (0)
=
Q,
and c is a constant,f (x)
:
(A) 3ri+x+c
(B) f+x+c 42.
(C) 3xz
+ c
(D) ri+c
The path ofan object is given parametrically
as.tr = sin t+ 2,! =cos /
* l. The slope of
the tanqent at t
=L
is
-4
(A)
-l
(B) 0
(c) I
(D) undefined
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41. Given that
J,
af
@)e =9 ,
the value of
The gradient ofthe nonnal to the curve
y=3f
-Zx+
I atx= I is
38.
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I's76ya*
is
(A)
i
(B)
i
(c)
i
)1
(D)
+
4
I
4
I
2
-1
(A)
(B)
(c)
(D)
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39.
44.
43.
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Water is leaking from a tank. The rate of
change in volume of the water in the tank
with respect to time, r, is inversely
propor-
tional to the volume, I{ ofwater in the tank.
If & is a positive constant of proportionality,
then the equation that models this situation
is
dv
Given
fr=r*,
then possible sketches of
the graph of y ate
I.
(A)
(B)
(c)
(D)
I and II only
III and tV only
I, III and IV only
II, III and IV only
(A)
(B)
(c)
[/=
-k
'7
,lt
-k
dV
dt
lL
= -*Jv
dt
tI.
(D) lt =
-kt
m.
ry.
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45. The radius of a circle is increasing at a
rate of 0.lcm s'r. At the instant when
the radius is 3 cm, the rate of increase
of the area in cm2 s-ris
2
(A)
-/t
)
a
(B) :ft
)
(C) 2n
(D) 4n
(
:.
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