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Mathematics : Inverse Trigonometric Function
Practice Paper – 01
Answer Key
1. (B) 11. (D) 21. (C)
12. (B) 22. (A)
2. (B)
3. (B) 13. (C) 23. (B)
4. (A) 14. (B) 24. (D)
15. (C) 25. (B)
5. (C)
6. (C) 16. (A) 26. (B)
7. (B) 17. (A) 27. (A)
8. (A) 18. (D) 28. (C)
9. (B) 19. (B) 29. (B)
10. (A) 20. (A) 30. (B)

Hints and Solution


1. (B)
 cos x  1    x   x
Tan 1    Tan  Tan      
 1  sin x    4 2  4 2
2. (B)

cot 1 x  cot 1 y  cot 1 z 
2
  
    tan 1 x     tan 1 x  
2  2
 
 tan  tan 1 x  0   
  tan tan 1 x   tan tan 1 x 
 x + y + z = xyz

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3. (B)
4. (A)
5. (C)
 17   5   5  5
cos-1  cos  cos  
-1 -1
 = cos (cos (2 +   ) = cos
 6   6   6  6
6. (C)
7. (B)
1
Tn  cot 1 (2n 2 )  tan 1
2n 2
 (2n  1)  (2n  1) 
 tan 1   = tan–1(2n + 1) – tan–1(2n – 1)
1  (2n  1)(2n  1) 
   
lim Sn  tan 1     
n  4 2 4 4
8. (A)
L.H.S. and R.H.S. of the given equation are defined if
ax xb
 0 and 0
ab ab
 either a > x > b or a < x < b.
9. (B)
 1  1  1   
  cos x   cos x  and 2cos x   
2  6 2 6 3
 3
or cos 1 x  x 
6 2
10. (A)
 3  3 
sin 1  sin     
 4  4 4
11. (D)
Greatest value sin 1 1   / 2
12. (B)
a 13
On solving, we get   13  7  20 .
b 7
13. (C)
14. B
From the given equation

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        1
y  cos  tan 1 sin cot 1 3   cos  tan 1  sin    cos  tan 1 
    6   2
1 1 4
 cos  where   tan 1  tan    cos  
2 2 5

[we take only the +ve sign before the square root since cos   0 in 0    ]
2
2
y 
5
15. (C)
16. (A)
 1 1
  
 1 1 1 1  1 1 1 2 5  tan 1 1
 tan   tan   tan
 tan
 2 5 8 1  8
 1 
 35 
7 1 65 
tan 1  tan 1  tan  
9 8 65 4
17. (A)
x 1 x 1
 x   0,1  0; 3  0 & . 3 1
1 x x 1 x x
2

 x 1 
  3 
 1  3
 tan 1 3    tan 1  1  x
x 1 2
 tan 1 x
    tan 1   
1 x 2
x 1
x 1
. 3  x  4
 1 x x 2

 x  1 not possible 
18. (D)
 3 2
tan  tan 1  tan 1 
 4 3
 3 2
 1 4  3 
tan  tan
1 
 1 
 2 
 17  17
tan  tan 1 X2  
 12  6

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19. (B)
3  3 3
sin 1 2x  sin 1  sin 1 x  sin 1  . 1  x 2  x 1  
2  2 4
3 x
 2x  1  x2 
2 2
3 1 3 1 3
2
 5x 
 2 
3
4
 
    1  x 2 or 28x 2  3  x  
28 2 7 
 not 
2 7

20. (A)
[x] = K, K  Z  K  x  K  1, where [x] represents integer part of x.
21. C

LHS  sin 1 cos  x    x   
2
22. (A)
23. B
Tan 1  x1   Tan 1  x 2   Tan 1  x 3   Tan 1  x 4 

 Tan 1 
  x1   x1x 2 x3 
 1   x1x 2  x1x 2 x 3x 4 


 Tan 1  cot     .
2
24. D


sin 2cos1 cot  2Tan 1x    0
 

 cos1 cot  2Tan 1x    n
2
(n  Z)

 cot  2Tan 1x   1  or  cot  2Tan 1x   1 or  cot  2Tan 1x   0
 x    2  1 ,   2  1 , 1 .
25. (B)
26. B
 
LHS  Tan 1  sin A   Tan 1 sin 3 A  Tan 1  cot Acos A 

 tan 1  
1
  tan  cot A cos A   .
1

 cot A cos A  2

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27. A
2 2
3x  4x  4x  3x 
1    1     x  x  0, 1
5  5  5  5 
28. (C)
From function it is clear that
(1) x(x + 1)  0  Domain of square root function.
(2) x2 + x + 1  0  Domain of square root function.
(3) x2 + x + 1  1  x 2  x  1  1  Domain of sin-1 function.
From (2) and (3)
0  x2  x 1  1 x2  x  0
 0  x2  x  1  1 x2  x 1  1
 x2  x 1  1  x2  x  0
 x( x + 1) = 0  x = 0, x = 1.
Therefore (C) is the answer.
29. (B)
The given equation can be written as
tan 1  x  1  tan 1  x  1  tan 1 3x  tan 1 x


2x
2x 2

2x
1  3x 2 
 x  3x 3  2x  x 3  4x 3  x  0  x 4x 2  1  0 
1 1
 x = 0, x   . Thus x = .
2 2
30. (B)

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