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March 2018

Fun with Maths


Interesting Facts about Maths

 The word hundred is derived  (6 × 9) + (6 + 9) = 69.


from the word "hundrath",  Zero is an even number.
which actually means 120 and
not 100.
 In a room of just 23 people
there’s a 50% chance that two Guess what is wrong
people have the same birthday.
.999999... = 1
It's called the Birthday
Problem. In a room of 75 Here's the proof:
there's a 99% chance of two
people matching. If 10N = 9.9999...
 10! seconds is exactly 6 weeks.
10! means 10 factorial. 10! = 10 Then N = .9999....
×9×8×7×6×5×4×3×2×
1 = 3628800 seconds. Which is Subtract N from 10N, leaving you
42 days, or 6 weeks, exactly. with 9N=9.
 The spiral shapes of sunflowers
So then N=1. But we already know
follow a Fibonacci sequence.
that N=.9999... as well.
 Zero is the only number that
can't be represented in Roman So 1=.9999....
numerals.

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JEE MAIN MOCK TEST


1. If f(x) = a+bx+cx2, where c > 0 and b2– 4ac < 0, then the area enclosed by the coordinate axes, the line
x = 2 and the curve y = f(x) is given by

1 1
A. 4 f (1)  f (2) B.  f (0)  4 f (1)  f (2)
3 2
1 1
C.  f (0)  4 f (1) D.  f (0)  4 f (1)  f (2)
2 3

1 
2. The value of tan  cot 1 (3)  equals
2 
       
1 1
A. 3  10 B. 10  3 C. 3  10 D. 10  3
3. Sum of roots of the equation sin x  tan x – sin x + tan x – 1 = 0 over [0, 2π] is

A. π/2 B. 5π/2 C. 3π D. 3π/2

4. Circles of radii 5,5 and 8 are mutually externally tangent. If a fourth circle of radius r touches all the
three circles externally, then the value of r is.

A. 1 B. 7/8 C. 8/9 D. 9/11

5. If m1, m2 are the roots of the equation x2 + ( 3 +2) x+ 3 –1 =0, then the area of the triangle formed
by the lines y = m1x, y = m2x and y = 2 is

A. 33  11 sq. units B. 11  33 sq. units

C. 2 33 sq. units D. 121 sq. units

6. The variable plane (2 + 1)x + (3 – )y + z = 4 always passes through the line
x y z4 x y z x y z4
A.   B.   C.   D. None of these
0 0 1 1 2 3 1 1 7
7. If two curves c1 : x = y2 and c2 : xy = k cut at right angles, then find the vlue of k.
1 1 1 1
A.  B.  C.  D. 
2 2 2 4 2
x


If f ( x)  (e  3)dt , then which of the following is always true  x R ?
t
8.
0

A. f(x–3)– f(x–1)  11 B. f(x+1)–f(x–1)<4 C. f(x+3)–f(x–5)>24 D. f(x)+f(x+1) < –21


9. The order of the differential equation whose general solution is y = c1 cos 2x + c2 cos2x + c3 sin2x + c4 is
A. 2 B. 4 C. 3 D. None of these

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10. Let f(x) = sin2x + cos4x + 2 and g(x)=cos (cos x) + cos (sin x). Also let period of f(x) and g (x) be T1
and T2 respectively then
A. T1 = 2T2 B..2T1 = T2 C. T1 = T2 D. T1 = 4T2
4
1 1 1 4 1
11. If 1  sin  sin 1 and 2  cos  cos 1 , then
5 3 5 3
A. 1 < 2 B. 1 > 2 C. 1 = 2 D. None of these

 3 1
1 1  
12. If A   and B  
2 2  , then (BBTA)5 is equal to
 0 1  1 3
 
 2 2 
2  3 1  1 1 5 1 5 5 1
A.  
2 0 1
B. C.   D.  
 1 2  3   0 1  0 1
13. The number of permutations of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 taken all at a time such that digit 1
appearing somewhere to the left of 2,3 appearing to the left of 4, and 5 somewhere to the left of 6 is
(e.g. 815723946 would be one such permutation)
A. 9 . 7! B. 8! C. 5! . 4! D. 8! . 4!

14. The probability of a six-digit number N whose six digits are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 written in random order
and is divisible by 6 is
A. 1/3 B. 2/3 C. 1/2 D. 1/4

15. If (, ) is a point of intersection of the lines x cos  + y sin  = 3 and x sin  – y cos  = 4 where  is

parameter, then the maximum value of 2 2 is

A. 16 B. 32 C. 64 D. 128

16. The number of solutions in isosceles triangle ABC, tan A + tan B + tan C = ,  < 0, is
A. 0 B. infinite C. 1 D. 2

17. Number of ways in which 7 green bottles and 8 blue bottles can be arranged in a row if exactly 1 pair
of green bottles is side by side, is (assume all bottles to be alike except for the colour)

A. 84 B. 360 C. 504 D. None of these

18. The values of θ and λ in the following equations : sinx – cosy + ( + 1)z =0;
cosx + siny – z = 0; x + (+1)y + cosz = 0 have non trivial solution, are

A.  = n ,  R – {0} B.  = 2n,  is any rational number



C.  = (2n + 1) ,  R+, n  I D.  = (2n+1) ,  R, n I
2
dy 3 yx 2
19. Solution of the equation  3 is
dx x  2 y 4

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3 1 2 3 2 1 2 3 1 2 3
A. x y  y c B. x y  y c C. xy  y c D. None of these
3 3 3

d2y
20. If x  y  y  x  c then equals
dx 2
2 2 2 2
A. B. 2 C. D.
c2 c c c
dx
21. If I = x 4
a2  x2
, then I equals

1 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 2 3/2 
 x a  x  3x 2 a  x   c  x a  x  3x3 (a  x )   c
2 2 2
A. B.
a4 a4

1 1 2 1  1 1 2 1 
C. 4 
a  x2  (a 2  x2 )3/2   c D. 4 
a  x2  3 a2  x2   c
a x 2 x  a x 3x 

13
x7 x
22. The value of lim is
x 1
5
x3 x
44 45 45 45
A. B. C. D.
91 91 89 89
23. The coordinates of the point on the curve x3 = y (x – a)2, where the ordinate is minimum is
 27 
A.  3a, a B. (2a, 8a) C. (a, 0) D. None of these
 4 
x2 y 2
24. The value of a for the ellipse 2  2  1 (a > b), if the extremities of the latus-rectum of the ellipse
a b
having positive ordinate lies on the parabola x2 = –2 (y – 2), is

A. 3 B. 4 C. 1/2 D. 2

25. If the curves x2 – y2 = 4 and xy = 5 intersect at points A and B, then the possible number of point(s)
C on the curve x2 – y2 = 4 such that triangle ABC is equilateral is
A. 0 B. 1 C. 2 D. 4
2
26. The distance of two points P and Q on the parabola y = 4ax from the focus S are 3 and 12. Then the
distance of the point of intersection of the tangents at P and Q from the focus S is
A. 8 B. 6 C. 9 D. 12

27. If x = cos-1(cos 4) and y = sin-1(sin 3) then which of the following holds ?


A. x – y = 1 B. x + y + 1 = 0 C. x + 2y = 2 D. tan (x + y) = – tan7

28. Let ABC be a triangle with B = 90° and AD be the bisector ofA with D on BC. If AC = 6 cm and the
area of the triangle ADC is 10 cm2, then the length of BD in cm is equal to

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3 3 5 10
A. B. C. D.
5 10 3 3
 C C A B
29. If A + B + C =  and sin  A   = k sin , then tan tan is equal to
 2 2 2 2
k 1 k 1 k
A. B. C. D. 1
k 1 k 1 k 1

30. Runs scored by a batsman in 10 innings are : 38, 70, 48, 34, 42, 55, 63, 46, 54 and 44. The mean
deviation is
A. 8.6 B. 6.4 C. 10.6 D. 9.6

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the minimum time frame needed to

Interview prepare for JEE Main and Advanced?


I was preparing since class 11. My study plan
would be mostly getting concepts cleared at
tuitions and practice problems at home. I would

Corner study for about 4 hrs on days when I had school


and about 6 hrs on holidays. This time is enough
to study for JEE.

What according to you is the


– difference between the preparation of
JEE Advanced and JEE Main? How one
should prepare for each of them?
JEE Advanced and JEE Main has a lot of
difference. Preparing for JEE mains is relatively
easy as in Main usually every question is framed
directly from NCERT. It usually does not contain
difficult questions; however, there are several
chapters in JEE Mains which are not covered in
JEE Advanced so a person studying exclusively
for JEE Advanced has to go through these extra
subjects like semiconductors, f-block, binary
operations etc. For preparing for Advanced one
needs more clarity in concepts and better
problem solving skills as advanced is much more
difficult as an exam. So in preparing for JEE
JEE Advanced AIR – 181 (Marks – 297/371) Advanced one needs to know how to solve
difficult questions and in doing this JEE Mains
[Maths – 122/122, Physics – 99/122, may seem quite easy. However, adequate
Chemistry – 76/122] attention needs to be given to the extra,
seemingly, uninteresting topics not covered in
JEE Mains AIR – 287 (Marks – 301)
JEE Advanced but covered in JEE Mains as quite
School – South Point High School, Kolkata a number of questions come from there. Apart
from this, there are not many differences in the
Board – CBSE, 93.2 % (Marks – 466) preparation of the two and can be done
simultaneously while studying for JEE Advanced.
Other Exams qualified by him - In class XI,
sat for KVPY (secured AIR-115), qualified What did you do to improve your
RMO, qualified INMO, qualified NSEP and weak areas?
NSEC. In class XII, sat for BITSAT (score- To improve one-weakness areas one should
358), qualified NSEP, NSEC, NSEA, qualified read the concepts thoroughly from any reputed
INPhO, apart from JEE Main and Advanced. book or article first. It should be followed by
practising questions of that chapter, usually
How long have you been preparing? questions that are more difficult than JEE
Moreover, what was your study plan Advanced questions to have a higher level of
like for JEE Advanced 2017? What is clarity in the subject. Whenever one is stuck at a

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problem, he must be sure to remove doubts The main tip is to keep your calm while writing
from his teacher. In this way, with proper hard the paper. Be well prepared and have a light
work and dedication, weak areas may be breakfast. Staying fresh and hydrated is also
improved. important. The key factor of cracking JEE is time
management and question selection. A specific
Do you think coaching is required to amount of time has to be allotted to each
crack JEE? subject and it must be strictly followed. If you
Yes, EduPace Academy, Kolkata. I believe get stuck in a question then leave it for
coaching is required to crack JEE. In JEE usually attempting later if you have time and move on
questions come from a standard set of to the next question. It is also important to give
problems and the techniques involved in solving the paper lightly and not get anxious when you
should be known from beforehand as these are stuck and move on to solve the next
processes come in handy while solving an question. There will be a lot more difficulties
unknown problem. Also coaching gives a good one might face during exams and the best way
guide on how to study and practice and hence is of overcoming these are to give as many mock
quite important in cracking JEE. tests as possible. Just be sure to enjoy solving
problems and be content with your result.
Did you take up mock tests and
sample papers? Do you think to Tell us about yourself and your
practicing from previous year hobbies.
I enjoy reading storybooks and playing
question papers help and how? computer games. Sometimes when I am bored
Yes, I did take up mock tests from InnovED with normal semester studies I browse the net
Global test series and solved sample papers. and learn about new things. I am also an avid
These help a lot in judging yourself. After the listener of music and a movie buff. I also enjoy
exams, one understands his weak spots and playing cricket, dodge ball and swimming.
learns how to manage time. Apart from these,
newer questions always pop up and you get to
learn newer approaches to solve it. Moreover,
the most important thing is that it makes you
habituated to the environment and teaches you
to stay calm and composed even when you are
stuck on some questions. Practising previous
years' question papers is also important as
concepts are often repeated while the exact
question may not be repeated.

Any important books you would like


to suggest for future aspirants.
There are several books important for JEE
preparation. These include P Bahadur, Solomon
and Fryhle, Prabhat Kumar for Chemistry;
Irodov, University Physics, Resnick and Halliday
for Physics; SL Loney, GM Tiwari, Bernard and
Child for Maths.

Any tips for aspirants who would be


taking the exam next year?

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JEE Main Mock Test Paper Solution


2

  a  bx  cx  dx
2
1.D Area =
0

8
= 2a  2b  c
3
1
= 6a  6b  8c 
3
  x   a  bx  cx
2
But,

  0  a ,
 1  a  b  c
  2  a  2b  4c

1
  0   4 1    2 
3 
=
1
3
a  4  a  b  c    a  2b  4c 
1
=  6a  6b  8c 
3
2. A. Let cot-13 = 
 cot = 3
3
 cot =
10
   1  cos 
Now , tan2   
 2  1  cos 
3
1
= 10
3
1
10
10  3
=
10  3
1
=
( 10  3)2

 
1
 tan (/ 2)= 3  10 as tan (/ 2) > 0

3.B. sin x tan x  sin x  tan x  1  0


 tan x  sin x  1   sin x  1  0
  sin x  1 tan x  1  0

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 sin x  1 or tan x  1
3   5 
 x (rejected) or x   , 
2 4 4 
Therefore, the sum of
 5 3
solutions=  
4 4 2
4. C.

From the figure, 12  x  r  8


 r  5
2
 12   25  r  8

 12  r 2  10r  r  8
4  r 
2
  r 2  10r
 18r  16
8
 r
9
 2   2 
5. B. Vertices of the triangle are (0,0),  ,2, ,2
 1   m2 
m
m2  m1
Area = 2 ,
m1m2

   
2
also, m2  m1  32 4 3  1  11

11
 Area = 2  33  11
3 1

6. D. The plane is x  3 y  z  4    2 x  y   0
This always passes through the intersection of the planes x  3 y  z  4  0 and
2 x  y  0 , which is a line. Now 2 x  y  0
x y
 
1 2
 x  3y  z  4  0
 x  3.2x  z  4  0

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 7x  z  4  0
 7 x    z  4
x z4
 
1 7
x y z4
Therefore, the line is  
1 2 7
7. A. x  y2
xy  k
Solving curves y 3  k  y  k 1/3  x  k 2/3
Therefore, the point of intersection is k 2/3 , k1/3  
dy 1
From (i), 
dx 2 y
dy y
And from (ii), 
dx x
dy 1 dy k 1/3
 and  
dx  k ,k  2k 1/3
2/3 1/3
dx  k 2/3 ,k1/3  k 1/3
1
For orthogonally m1m2  1,   1
1/3
2.k .k 1/3
1
 k 2/3 
2
3
1
 k    
2

2
1
 k2 
8
1
 k
2 2

8.C. f '  x   ex  3
f '  x  3
f  x  3  f  x  5 
 f '(c)  3
8
 f  x  3  f  x  5  24
9. A. y  c1 cos 2 x  c2 cos2 x  c3 sin 2 x  c4
c c
 c1 cos 2 x  2 1  cos 2 x   3 1  cos 2 x   c4
2 2
c c   c c 
 2  3  c4    c1  2  3  cos 2 x
2 2   2 2
 A  B cos 2 x

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That means there are two independent parameters. Thus, the order of differential equation will
be 2.

10. C. T1 =π/2, T2=π/2


 
11. A. 1  2   
2 2
 4  1   3   8  4  6 2
cos 2         
 5  3   5   3  15
A negative number
Therefore,  2 is obtuse and hence 1 is acute.
 1  2
 3 1  3 1
    
12. C. BBT   2 2   2 2
 1 3 1 3 
   
 2 2  2 2 
3 1 3 3
    
  4 4 4 4  1 0 
 
 3 3 1 3  0 1
   
 4 4 4 4 
1 5
 
BBT A   A  
5 5

0 1

13. A. Number of digits is 9.


Select two places for the digit 1 and 2 in 9C2 ways. From the remaining seven places, select any
two places for 3 and 4 in 7C2 ways and from the remaining five places, select any two for 5 and 6
in 5C2 ways.
Now, the remaining three digits can be filled in 3! Ways. Therefore,
Total ways = 9C2  7C2  5C2  3!
9! 7! 5!
    3!
2! 7! 2! 5! 2! 3!
9! 9  8  7!
   9  7!
8 8
14. C. We have n( S )  6!
Here 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 = 21, which is divisible by 3. Hence, the number is divisible by 6, if N is
even.
 n(A)  3  5!
3  5! 1
 P  A  
6! 2

15. B.  sin    cos   4,  cos   sin   3

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Therefore, after squaring and adding, we get


 2  2  25
Let   5cos  ,   5sin 
  1 1   
5 cos   sin   5 sin   
2 2
2  2 2 
2 4 

Therefore, maximum value = 25  32


16. B. tan A  tan B  tan C  
 
 tan A tan 2 B   B  C 
  
 tan B   , A 90 , has infinitely many solutions.
2 o

 tan A 

17.C. First, arrange 8 blue alike bottles, number of ways = 1. Now, select one gap out of nine gaps
created to put two green bottles, number of ways = 9C1
Now, select five more gaps for other green bottles from remaining eight gaps; number
of ways = 8C5
Hence, total number of ways
87 6
 9C1  8C5  9   72  7  504
1 2  3
18. D. For non trivial solution
sin   cos    1
cos  sin     0
   1 cos 
sin 2  cos   2 cos     1 cos   sin     1
2

  
 2cos   2    1  0
 cos   sin    1  0
3

 cos  0

19. A. 3 yx  dx    x
2 3

 2 y 4 dy  0
Integrating, we get
2 3
x 3 y 1 
y c
3
20. A x y  yx c


 y  x   y  x  c
x y  yx
2x
 x y  yx 
c
By adding (1) and (2), we get
2x
2 yx c
c

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4x2
 4  y  x   c2   4x
c2
dy 8 x
4 
dx c 2
d2y 2
 
dx 2 c 2
2
a
21. B. x 4 a 2  x 2  x5   1
x
dx
x3
Now I   2
a
x   1
2

 x
a 2
2a 2
Let 2  t , so 3 dx  dt
x x
1 t 1 t 1 1
I  4  dt   4  dt
2a t 1 2a t 1
1  1 3/2 
= 4  t  1   t  1   c
a  3 
1  a x2 2
3/2 
= 4
a 
1
 3 a2  x2   c 
x 3x 
1 1
x13  x 7 0 
22. B. Let L  lim  form  Applying
0 
x 1 1 1
x x
5 3

L’Hospital’s rule, we get


1 1
1 113 1 1 7
x  x
L  lim 13 1 7
1
x 1 1 5 1 1 1
x  x3
5 3
1 1

L  lim 13 7  45
x 1 1 1 91

5 3
x3
23. A. The ordinate of any point on the curve is given by y 
 x  a
2

dy 3x 2 2 x3 x 2  x  3a 
   ,
dx  x  a 2  x  a 3  x  a
3

dy
Now, 0
dx

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 x  0 or x  3a
And


2
 2

d 2 y  x  a  3x  6ax  3x  x  3a  x  a 
3 2

 x  a
6
dx 2
d2y
0
dx 2 x 0

d2y
And 2 
 
8a 3 9a 2  27a 2  0
0
 2a 
6
dx x 3 a

Hence, y is minimum at x = 3a and its value is


 3a 
3
27a 2 27
y   a.
 2a 
2
4a 2 4

 b 
2

  ae ,
24.D. a  are extremities of the latus-retum having positive ordinates which lies on parabola
x  2  y  2
2

 b2 
a e  2   2
2 2

  a 

Also
b a
2 2
1  e  2

From (i) and (i), we get


a e  2 ae  2 a  4  0
2 2 2

 ae  a  2   2  a  2   0
2

 ae2  2   a  2   0

Hence, a=2

25. A. Let C be (s secθ, 2 tanθ).


O (0,0) is the mid point of AB
Slope of OC = sinθ and slope of AB = 1/√5
Since OC is perpendicular to AB
Sin θ = -√5 (Not Possible))

P  at12 , 2at1  andQ at2 2 , 2at2 


26. B. If and
T  at1t2 , a  t1  t2  

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 ST 2  SP  SQ  3 12  36
ST = 6
x  cos 1  cos  2  4    2  4
27. D.
y  sin 1  sin 3  sin 1 sin   3    3
 x  y  3  7
 tan  x  y    tan 7

28. D From angle bisector theorem, we get


r P

6 q
Pr=6p
ADC  10cm 2

1
 DC  AB   10
2
1
 q  r   10
2
qr = 20
From (1), we get
 20 = 6p
20 10
p 
6 3

29. A
 C
sin  A  
k
  2
1 C
sin
2
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 C C
sin  A    sin
k 1  2 2 B A
   cot cot
k 1  C C 2 2
sin  A    sin
 2 2

30. A Arrange the given data in ascending order, we have


34, 38, 42, 44, 46, 48, 54, 63, 70
46  48
M   47
Here median, 2

[Because n = 10 and median is the mean of 5th and 6th terms]  mean deviation


 x  M   x  47
i i

n 10
13  9  5  3  1  1  7  8  16  23

10
 8.6

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JEE Advanced Practice Test


MATHEMATICS
Section - I
Questions 1 to 10 are multiple choice questions. (A) f (x) = 2  x  (1, 3)
Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (B) f (x) = f (x) = 5 for some x  (2, 3)
(D), out of which ONLY ONE is correct. Mark
(C) f (x) = 3  x  (2, 3)
your response in OMR sheet against the question
number of that question. + 3 marks will be given (D) f (x) = 2 for some x  (1, 3)
for each correct answer and – 1 mark for each
6

 max(| 2– | x ||,4– | x |,3)dx is -


wrong answer. Q.5 The value of
–6
Q.1 Maximum value of the expression
(A) 40 (B) 50 (C) 60 (D) 30
10 x12
is
x 24  2 x12  3x16  3x 8  1
4 2  22
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 10 (D) 5 Q.6 If x = and y = where is a
1  2 1  2

Q.2 If the pairs of lines x2 + 2xy + ay2 = 0 and real parameter and x2 – xy + y2 lies between
ax2 + 2xy + y2 = 0 have exactly one line in [a, b] then (a + b) is
common then the joint equation of the other (A) 8 (B) 10 (C) 13 (D) 25
two lines can be-
(A) 3x2 + 8xy – 3y2 = 0 Q.7 If S1, S2 and S3 denote the sums upto 10 terms
(B) 3x2 + 10xy + 3y2 = 0
of three sequences in A.P., whose first terms
(C) y2 + 2xy – 3x2 = 0
are unity and common difference are in H.P.,
(D) x2 + 2xy – 3y2 = 0
2S1S3  S1S2  S2S3
then the value of equals
x S1  2S2  S3
dt
Q.3 A function f is defined by f (x) = 1  t2 . to-
0
(A) 1 (B) 5
The normal line to y = f (x) at x = 1, has
x-intercept equal to X and y-intercept equal to (C) 10 (D) 20
Y, then
(A) X = 2Y (B) Y = 2X Q.8 Before a race, the chances of three runners A,
(C) Y + 2X = 0 (D) X + Y = 0 B and C were estimated to be proportional to
5 : 3 : 2, but during the race, A meets with an
accident which reduces his chance to 1/3. The
Q.4 Let f(x) be a twice differentiable function for respective chances of B and C now winning
all real values of x and satisfies f(1) = 1, are
f(2) = 4, f(3) = 9. Then which of the 3 2 2 4
(A) , (B) ,
following is definitely true? 5 5 5 15

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7 2 3 2 Q.13 If f(0), f '(0), f "(0) exists and non zero such


(C) , (D) ,
15 15 10 10 x
af (2x )  2bf    3f ( x )
that lim 2 = 3, then

 x  x 0 1
sin ( x 2 )
Q.9 If |f(x)| + 1  cos 2x = tan2   f(x) ; then
 9  (A) a = b (B) f "(0) = 4
f(3) is equal to : (C) a2 + b2 = 2 (D) a2 + b2 = 8
1 1
(A) (B)
2 2 2 Q.14 If H (3, 4) and C  (1, 2) are orthocentre
1 1 and circumcentre of PQR and equation of
(C) – (D) – side PQ is x – y + 7 = 0, then
2 2 2
(A) equation of circumcircle is
(x – 1)2 + (y – 2)2 = 80
Q.10 Solution of the differential equation
(B) equation of circumcircle is
dy y( x  yny )
 , is (x – 1)2 + (y – 2)2 = 70
dx x ( xnx  y)
5 8
xnx  yny xnx  yny (C) centroid is  , 
(A)  C (B) C  3 3
xy xy
(D) circumradius = 70
nx ny nx ny
(C)  C (D)  C Q.15 If composite function f1(f2 (f3 (…..(fn (x)))),
x y x y
n times, is an increasing function and if r of
Questions 11 to 15 are multiple choice questions. fis are decreasing function while rest are
increasing, then maximum value of r (n – r) is
Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and
(D), out of which MULTIPLE (ONE OR MORE) is n2 1
(A) , when n is an even number
correct. Mark your response in OMR sheet against 4
the question number of that question. + 4 marks n2
(B) , when n is an odd number
will be given for each correct answer and No 4
Negative mark for wrong answer. n2 1
(C) , when n is an odd number
4
Q.11 The area enclosed between the curves, x2 = y n2
and y2 = x is equal to (D) , when n is an even number
4
1
(A) sq. unit
3
1
(B) 2  ( x  x 2 ) dx
0
Section - III
This section contains 5 questions (Q.1 to 5).
(C) area of the region {(x, y): x2  y  |x|} +4 marks will be given for each correct answer and
(D) None of these No Negative mark for wrong answer. The answer
to each of the questions is a SINGLE-DIGIT
Q.12 If in a ABC, whose circumcentre is origin, INTEGER, ranging from 0 to 9. The appropriate
a  sin A where 'a' denote the length of side bubbles below the respective question numbers in
the OMR have to be darkened. For example, if the
BC. Then for any point (x, y) inside the correct answers to question numbers X, Y, Z and
circumcircle of ABC, the value xy can be- W (say) are 6, 0, 9 and 2, respectively, then the
(A) 1/32 (B) 1/16 correct darkening of bubbles will look like the
(C) 3/16 (D) 1/4 following :

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X Y Z W
0 0 0 0
1 1 1 1
2 2 2 2
3 3 3 3
4 4 4 4
5 5 5 5
6 6 6 6
7 7 7 7
8 8 8 8
9 9 9 9
9 9 9 9

Q.1 If g(x) = | 2 – |x – 2 ||, – 2  x 2 and


| sin x |
h(x) = , – 2  x  2, x  0. Then
sin x
find the sum of all the roots of the equation
g(x) – h(x) = 0 in (–2 x 2).

Q.2 The condition for all the three normals


drawn from a given point (h, k) to the
parabola y2 = 4ax to be real and distinct, is
p(h – 2a)3 > 27ak2, then the value of p is.

Q.3 Number of permutations of all the letters in


'ANABLAVA' that does not end with A can
m!
be expressed in the form of , find
n!
(m  n )
.
2

Q.4 Let p be the sum of all possible determinants of


order 2 having 0, 1, 2 and 3 as their four elements.
Then find the common root  of the equations
x2 + ax + [m + 1] = 0, x2 + bx + [m + 4] = 0,
and x2 – cx + [m + 15] = 0 such that  > p,
1 2n r
where a + b + c = 0 and m = lim 
n  n
r 1 n  r
2 2

(Where [ ] denotes the greatest integer


function).

Q.5 Let x, y  R and satisfies x2 + y2 – 2x – 2y + 1 = 0


then find the sum of maximum and minimum
 4 x  3y 
value of  .
 2 

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JEE Advanced Mock Test Paper


MATHEMATICS
Section - I (C) 0 (D) 1
Questions 1 to 8 are multiple choice questions. Each
question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D), out of Q.5 If A, B and C are exhaustive events satisfying
which ONLY ONE is correct. Mark your response in
1 1
OMR sheet against the question number of that P((A B)  C ) = , P(B  C) – P(A BC) =
5 15
question. + 3 marks will be given for each correct
answer and – 1 mark for each wrong answer. 1
and P(A  C) = , then P(C  (A  B)) is
10
Q.1 The area between the curve y = 2x4 – x2, the equal to-
x-axis and the ordinates of two minima of the 17 18 19 20
(A) (B) (C) (D)
 30 30 30 30
curve is , then the value of '' is-
120
(A) 7 (B) 11 (C) 13 (D) 17 Q.6 If A(1 + i), B(3 + 4i) and C(z) are the vertices of

Q.2 If g(x) is a differential real valued function a ABC in which BAC = and AC = 2AB.
3
satisfying g(x) – 3g(x) > 3 x 0 and Then z is-
g(0) = –1, then g(x) + x for x > 0 is
(A) 3 + 4i + i 3 (2 + 3i)
(A) an increasing function
(B) a decreasing function 1
(B) (3 + 4i) + i(2 + 3i)
(C) a constant function 3
(D) Data insufficient (C) (2 + 3i) + i 3 (3 + 4i)
i
Q.3 If parabola of latusrectum , touches a fixed (D) (2 + 3i) + (3 + 4i)
3
equal parabola, the axes of the two curves being
parallel, then the locus of the vertex of the
moving curve is - Q.7 Given that
n
log( n 2  r 2 ) – 2 log n 
(A) a parabola is latusrectum 2 lim
n  
r 1
n
= log 2 + – 2,
2
(B) a parabola of latusrectum 
(C) an ellipse whose major axis is 2 then lim
n  n
1
2m
(n 2
 12 ) m (n 2  2 2 ) m ....(2n 2 ) m  1/ n

(D) an ellipse whose minor axis is 2


is equal to -

Q.4 If S be the sum of coefficients in the expansion (A) 2mem(/2–2) (B) 2mem(2–/2)

of (px + qy – rz)n (where p, q, r > 0), then the (C) em(/2–2) (D) e2m(/2–2)

S
value of lim , is:
n  (S  1) n
1/ n
(x 3  1)dx
pq
Q.8 x 4
6x 6  4x 3  2
equals:
pq
(A) (B) er
r

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6x 6  4x 3  2 5 15 1 29
(A) +C (A) (B) (C) – (D)
4 8 4 31
12 x 3

6x 6  4x 3  2
(B) +C  1 2 1 
12 x 2 
Q.12 If A =   1 1 2  , then det (adj (adj A))
6x  4x  2
6 3
 2  1 1 
(C) +C
6x 3
is-
1 (A) (14)4 (B) (14)3
(D) n(6x6 – 4x3 +2) + c
12
(C) (14)2 (D) (14)1
Q.13 A rod of fixed length 2 slides along the positive
Questions 9 to 14 are multiple choice questions. Each coordinate axes. If it meets the axes at A(a, 0) and
question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D), out of 2 2
 1  1
which MULTIPLE (ONE OR MORE) is correct. B(0, b), then the value  a     b   can
 a  b
Mark your response in OMR sheet against the
be -
question number of that question. + 4 marks will be
(A) 7 (B) 8
given for each correct answer and NO NEGATIVE
(C) 9 (D) 10
marks for wrong answer.

 
Q.9 If f(x) = lim e x tan(1/n) ln (1/n)
and Q.14 Let a and b be two non-collinear unit vectors.
n         
If u = a – ( a . b ) b and v = a × b , then
f (x)


dx = g(x) + c, then | v | is-
3 11
(sin x cos x )    
(A) | u | (B) | u | + | u . a |
 3       
(A) g   = (C) | u | + | u . b | (D) | u | + u . ( a + b )
4 2
(B) g(x) is continuous for all x
 15 This section contains 3 paragraphs, each has 2
(C) g   = –
 
4 8 multiple choice questions. (Questions 15 to 20) Each
(D) g(x) is non differentiable at infinitely many question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of
points which ONLY ONE is correct. Mark your response in
OMR sheet against the question number of that
Q.10 Let f be a function such that f (x) = f (2 – x) question. + 3 marks will be given for each correct
x  R and g (x) = f (1 + x), then answer and – 1 mark for each wrong answer.
(A) g (x) is an odd function
Passage # 1 (Ques. 15 to 16)
(B) g (x) is an even function
Let f : R R, be real valued differentiable
(C) g (x) is neither odd nor even function
function on R (the set real numbers) and
(D) graph of f (x) is symmetrical w.r.t. line x = 1
satisfies
x 3
If A = {(x, y)| y  x2} and B = {(x, y)|x2+(y–a)2  1} x2 9
  t f (t)dt  2 .
Q.11
f ( t )dt  + 2

and A  B = B, then ‘a’ can be - 3


2 x

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Q.15 Which one of the following is incorrect? Passage # 3 (Ques. 19 to 20)


(A) f(x) is neither injective nor surjective An ellipse has semi major axes of length 2 and
(B) Range of f(x) is [–1, 1] semi minor axis of length 1. It is slipping
(C) f(x) has local maximum at x = 1 between the coordinate axes in the first quadrant
1 while maintaining contact with both
(D)  f (x)dx  0
1
x-axis and y-axis.

Q.19 The locus of foci of the ellipse is


Q.16 If the equation f( | x | ) = k has four distinct real (A) x2 + y2 = 10
roots, then the range of k is (B) x4 + y4 – x2y2 = 2 3
(A) [0, 1] (B) (0, 1) (C) x2 + y2 (x2 + y2) = 4
 1  1 (D) None of these
(C)  0,  (D) 0, 
 2  2
Q.20 When the ordinate of the centre of ellipse is
Passage # 2 (Ques. 17 to 18) 1, a light ray passing through origin and centre

Triangles are formed using side lengths taken of ellipse strikes the tangent at the vertex of the
parabola y2 + 4x – 10y –15 = 0. The reflected
from set {1, 2, 3, …., n}.
ray cuts y-axis at the point
(A) (0, 8) (B) (0, 10)
Q.17 Number of scalene triangles formed with one of
(C) (0, –8) (D) (0, 12) 
the side having unit length -
(A) 0 (B) nC2
(C) n–1C2 (D) n – 3

Q.18 Number of scalene triangles formed with one of


the side length being '2'
(A) 0 (B) n – 2
(C) n – 3 (D) n – 4

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JEE Advanced
Practice Paper Solution
MATHEMATICS
Q.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Ans. A B B D A A C B A A
Q.No. 11 12 13 14 15
Ans. A,B,C A,B A,B,C A,C C,D
Numerical Q.No. 1 2 3 4 5
Response Ans. 1 4 5 3 7

From Rolle's theorem on g(x), g(x) = 0 for at


MATHEMATICS least
Section – I x  (1, 2).
10 Similarly, g(x) = 0 for at least one x  (2, 3).
1.[A] f(x) =
3 1 g(x) = 0  f (x) = 2 for some x  (1, 3)
x12  2  3x 4  
x 4 x12 A G
10
= 3 D E
 4 1 
x  4   2 5.[A]
 x 
B
1 –6 C –4 –2 F H 2 4 6
As x + 4  2
4
x 6

 1 
3
  x 4  4  + 2  10  max(| 2– | x ||,4– | x |,3)dx
–6
 x 
= 2( ABCD + DEFC + EFGF)
10
 f(x)  1 1 
10 = 2  (3  4)  2  2  3  (3  4)  2
2 2 2 
2.[B] am + 2m + 1 = 0
m2 + 2m + a = 0 = 2[14 + 6] = 40.
common root m = 1
other roots = 1/a, a 6.[A] Let  = tan 
m2 – (a + 1/a) m + 1 = 0  x = 2 sin 2
 x2 – (a + 1/a)xy + y2 = 0 (also a < 1) y = 2 cos 2
3.[B] f(x) = tan–1 x  x2 + y2 – xy = 4 – 2 sin 4
 dy  1 x2 + y2 – xy  [2, 6]
  = a+b=8
 dx  x 1 2
 7.[C] Let the common difference of the three A.P's
Equation of normal y + 2x =  = 2 + be d1, d2 and d3
4
10 S  10
Then S1 = [2.1 + (10 –1)d1]  d1 = 1
4.[D] Let g(x) = f(x) – x2. We have 2 5 .9
g(1) = 0, g(2) = 0, g(3) = 0 S  10 S  10
[f(1) = 1, f(2) = 4, f(3) = 9] Similarly, we have d2 = 2 and d3 = 3
5 .9 5 .9

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Since d1, d2 and d3 are given to be in H.P., y


1 1 1 1 x2 = y
therefore   
d 2 d1 d 3 d 2
1 1 1 1 • y2 = x
 – = –
S2  10 S1  10 S3  10 S2  10
S1  S2 S2  S3
 =
(S2  10) (S1  10) (S2  10) (S3  10) 0 1 x
S1  S2 S2  S3
 =
S1  10 S3  10
2S S  S S  S2S3 1
 1 3 1 2 = 10  required area =  ( x  x 2 ) dx
S1  2S2  S3
0
2 3 2 2 1 1
8.[B] P(B) = . = = – = sq. unit
3 5 5 3 3 3
2 2 4
P(C) = . = Also, both curves x2 = y and y2 = x are
3 5 15
symmetrical about y = x.
 x 
9.[A] |f(x)| + 2 cos 2 x =  tan 2  f(x) 1
 9   required area = 2 ( x  x 2 ) dx
0
At x = 3, |f(3)| + 2 = 3 f(3)
1 x2  y  |x|
If f(3) 0  f(3) =
2 y = x2, y = |x| point of intersection is (0, 0) and
2 (1, 1)
& if f(3) < 0; f(3) = not possible
4 y = x2

dy y( x  y ny )
10.[A] Given, = • y = –x y = x

dx x ( xn x  y)
 x2n x dy – xy dy = xy dx – y2 n y dx
nx 1 1 n y
 2 dy – dy = dx – 2 dx
y xy xy x –1 0 1
(on dividing by x2y2) 1
1 n x 1 n y   Required area = 2  ( x  x 2 ) dx
 dx – 2 dy + dy – 2 dx = 0
xy y xy x 0

 n x   n y  1 1 2 1
 d   + d  =C = 2    = 1 – = sq. unit.
 y   x   2 3 3 3
On integrating both sides, we get 12.[A,B]  a sin A
x n x + y n y = C xy 1
R
11.[A,B,C] 2
curves x2 = y and y2 = x intersect at 1
 x2 + y2 < … (i)
(0, 0) and (1, 1) 4
 A.M.  G.M.
x 2  y2
|xy| 
2
1
|xy|  (using (i))
8
13.[A,B,C] f(0), f(0), f (0) exist

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lim af(2x) + 2bf(x/2) – 3f(x) = 3 sin–1(x2) ...(1) n2  n
2
x0 15.[C,D] r (n – r) = – r  
3.(2x ) 4  2
lim 2af (2x) + b f (x/2) – 3f (x) =
x0
1 x4 n2
n even 
...(2) 4
b x n2 1
lim 4af (x) + f    – 3f (x) n odd 
x0 2 2 4
 x (4x 3 )  Section - III
 1  x 4
 
= 6 2 1 x4  ...(3) 1.[1] g(x) = | 2 – |x – 2|| – 2 x 2
 (1  x 4 ) 
  | sin x |
h(x) = = 10 < x < 2
  sin x
from (1) = –1 – 2 < x < 0
a f(0) + 2bf(0) – 3 f(0) = 0 g(x) = h(x) from graph x = 1
 a + 2b – 3 = 0 ...(4)
from (2) 2.[4] Equation of the normal to the parabola
2a f (0) + bf (0) – 3f (0) = 0 y2 = 4ax at any point (at2, 2at) is
  2a + b – 3 = 0 ...(5) y = – tx + 2at + at3 ……… (i)
from (3)
if this normal passes through the point (h, k),
b
4af (0) + f (0) – 3f (0) = 6 then
2
k + th = 2at + at3 ……... (ii)
b
4af (0) + f (0) – 3f (0) = 6 ...(6) Let f(t) = at3 + (2a – h)t – k
2
Solve (4) & (5)  f '(t) = 3at2 + (2a – h) = 0 for critical points
a=b=1 h – 2a
Now put in (6) i.e., t = ± = ± (say)
3a
1  h > 2a.
4 f (0) + f (0) – 3f (0) = 6
2 All the roots of Eq. (ii) are real, if
3 f() f(–) < 0
f (0) = 6
2  (a3 + (2a – h) – k)(–a3 – (2a – h) – k) < 0
f  = 4   (a3 + (2a – h))2 – k2 > 0
2
h – 2a  h – 2a 
R  a  2a – h  – k2 > 0
3a   3a 
14.[A,C] HC  4(h – 2a)3 > 27ak2
P Q
3.[5] 4ANBLV
Image of orthocenter lies on circum circle. Let
A be image of H in PQ, which is obtained from
x 3 y4 (3  4  7)
  2 4
1 1 2
7! 7!
x = 3 – 6, y = 4 + 6 4. =
4 ! 3!
A (–3, 10)
so m + n = 10
radius of circum-circle = 16  64  80
equation of circum-circle is (x–1)2+(y– 2)2=80 4.[3] Let  be the common root, then
5 8 2 + a + [m + 1] = 0 …(1)
centroid G   ,   + b + [m + 4] = 0
2 …(2)
 3 3

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and 2 – c + [m + 15] = 0
…(3)
Apply eq. (1) + eq. (2) – eq. (3)
2 + [m] – 10 = 0 …(4)
2n
1 r
But m = lim
n 

n r 1 n  r 2
2

1 2n r/n
= lim
n  n
 2
r 1 r
1  
n
2 2
dx =  1  x 2  =
x
=  1 x 2  0
5 –1
0

Now [m] = [ 5 –1] = 1


Now from eq. (4),
2 + 1 – 10 = 0   = ±3 ...(5)
Now number of determinant of order 2 having
0, 1, 2, 3 = 4! = 24
a1 a 2
Let 1 = be one such determinant and
a3 a4
there exists an another determinant.
a a4
2 = 3 (obtained on interchanging R1 &
a1 a 2
R2) such that 1 + 2 = 0.
p = sum of all the 24 determinants = 0
Since,  > p > 0
From eq. (5),  = 3
5.[7] x = 1 + cos 
y = 1 + sin 
E = 4 cos  + 3 sin  + 7

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JEE Advanced
Mock Test Solution
MATHEMATICS
Q.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Ans. A A A C C A A C C,D B,D
Q.No. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Ans. A,B A C,D A,C B C A C D B

From Eqs. (i) and (ii)


MATHEMATICS
 y2 
Section – I (y – k)2 = – 4a  – h 
 4a 
1. [A] y= x2 ( 2 x –1) ( 2 x + 1)
 2y2 – 2ky + k2 – 4ah = 0
dy 1 1
= 0  x = 0, , Since, two parabolas touch each other, therefore
dx 2 2
D=0
 4k2 – 8(k2 – 4ah) = 0
–1/2 1/2
 k2 = 8ah
0
 Locus of the vertex of the moving parabola is
y2 = 8ax
1/ 2
7 whose latusrectum = 8a
Area = 2  y dx = 120 = 2(4a) = 2
0

4.[C] S = (p + q – r)n {Putting x = y = z = 1}


d
2.[A] (g(x)e–3x) > 3. e–3x
dx S (p  q  r ) n
lim = lim
d
n  (S1 / n  1) n n   {(p  q  r )  1}n
 (g(x)e–3x + e–3x) > 0 n
dx  p q  r 
= lim   =0
n   (p  q  r  1) 
 e–3x (1 + g(x)) is an increasing function.  
Now, e–3x (1 + g(x)) > (g(0) + 1)  x > 0   p q  r  
as    1
 g(x) + 1 > 0   p  q  r 1 
 g(x) + x is an increasing function.
5. [C]
3. [A] Let (h, k) be the coordinates of the vertex of the A B
moving parabola and its equation be x v y
t
(y – k)2 = – 4a(x – h) …….. (i) u w
Let the equation of fixed parabola be z

y2 = 4ax …….. (ii) C

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1 1 1 1 (2)1 / 2
5
=x+v+y =
12  2
t2 = .
12 1 / 2
1
=w 1 1 2 4
15 = 2t 2  4t  6 = 6
 3 6
6 6 x x
1
=u+t 1
10 = 6x 6  4x 3  2 + c
x+y+z+u+v+w+t=1 6x 3
z=? 9.[C,D] lim tan(1/n) ln (1/n)
n 
6.[A]
C(z)
tan(1 / n ) ln(1 / n )
= lim .
n  (1 / n ) n
B(3 + 4i) tan(1 / n ) ln( n )
/3 = – lim .
n  (1 / n ) n
A(1+ i) 1/ n
= – 1. lim
n  1

z  (1  i) (2  3i) i/3 =0
= e then, f(x) = e0 = 1
AC AB
f (x) 1
1
 z – 1 – i = 2(2 + 3i)  
3 
i
 3 11
(sin x cos x )
dx =  sin 11/ 3
x cos1/ 3 x
dx

2 2 
 sin
–11/ 3
= x. cos –1/ 3 x dx
4  6 3  i (6  4 3 )
z–1–i=
2 =  (tan x ) –11/ 3

cos 4 xdx  (tan x ) –11/ 3 . cos 4 x dx
 z = 3 + 4i + i 3 (2+ 3i)
=  (tan x ) –11/ 3
.(1  tan 2 x ).sec2 x dx
n r 2 2 
 log  n2


 = log 2 +  – 2 (tan x ) 3

11
1
(tan x ) – 2 / 3
7.[A] Given =  +c
n 2  – 11  (–2 / 3)
  1
Let  3 
A= lim
n  n 2 m
1
(n 2
 12 ) m (n 2  2 2 ) m ....(2n 2 ) m  1/ n 3 3
= – (tan x)–8/3 – (tan x)–2/3 +c
8 2
A = 3 3
  g(x) = – (tan x)–8/3 – (tan x)–2/3
 n2  
m m
1  1 
m
 22  8 2
lim log 1  2   log 1  2   ...log 1  2  
n n   x   x   x   3 3 15
  g(/4) = – – =–
m
8 2 8
n
 r2  n
 r2 
= 1  
m and g(x) is non differentiable at tan x = 0
lim log 1  2   lim log 1  2 
n n  n n  r 1
r 1  n   x  or x = n, n I
 
   m – 2 
10.[B,D] f(x) = f(2 – x)
log A = m  log 2  – 2   A = 2m e  2 
 2  clearly symmetric about x = 1
(1  x 3 )x 4 also g(x) = f(1 + x)
8.[C]  6  4x  3  2x  6 shifting y = f(x) one unit
left to get g(x)
x–3 = t  –3x–4 dx = dt
Now, g(x) is symmetric about axis.
1 (1  t )

3  6  4t  2t 2
dt 6 – 4t + 2t2 = z so g(x) will be even function

(–4 + 4t)dt = dz 11.[A,B] The required condition can be obtained if


1 circle x2 + (y – a)2 = 1 is inside the parabola
(1 – t)dt = – dz
4 y = x2 y2 + (1 – 2a)y + (a2 – 1)  0
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5 15. [B]
a
4 y

12.[A] We know that 1/2


adj (adj A) = |A|n–2 A if |A|  0, provided the 0
x
order of A is n.
 adj (adj A) = |A| A (as n = 3) –1/2
 det (adj (adj A)) = |A| det A = |A|4
3
16. [C] f(|x|) = k
 1 2  1
 1
But |A| =  1 1 2  = 14 k   0, 
 2  1 1   2
y
 det (adj (adj A)) = (14)4 1/2

13. [C,D] a 2  b 2 = 2
x
a2 + b2 = 4 …(i) 0
2 2
 1  1
 a   + b   Passage # 2 (Ques. 17 to 18)
 a   b
1 1 17. [A] Let a, b, c be the side length. Let a =1, and b < c.
= a2 + b2 + 2  2 + 2 + 2
a b Now b + c = 1 and |b – c| < 1.
 1 1   c – b < 1 (as c > b)  b < c < 1 + b.
= 4 + 4 +  2  2  (using (i))
a b  Thus number of triangles = 0.
4
=8+ 2 2 … (ii) 18. [C] Let a < b < c
a b
c, and b can't be 2 as 'a' can't be 1
a 2  b2
Now we know  a 2b2 So a = 2
2
 2<b<c
2 a 2b2
Now b+c>2
 a2b2  4
Also c–b<2  c=b+1
4
 2 2 1 … (iii) Therefore number of triangles
a b
= number of triplets (2, b, b + 1).
Using (2) and (3)
2 2
Such that 3  b  n –1 = n –3.
 a 1  b 1
  +   9
 a   b 
Passage # 3 (Ques. 19 to 20)
  
14.[A,C] OB = ( a . b ) b
19. [D] Let F1 and F2 be (h1, k1) and (h2, k2)
A
 F1F2 = 2ae
a
(h1 – h2)2 + (k1 – k2)2 = 2 3
O  B
b h1h2 = k2k1 = 1
2 2
Passage # 1 (Ques. 15 to 16)  1  1
 h1     k1   = 2 3
f(x) = x – x2 f(x)  h1   k1 
x
f(x) =  1 1 
1 x2 x2 + y2 –  2  2  = 2 3 + 4
x y 
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20.[B] Locus of centre x2 + y2 = 5


y = 1, x = 2
Incident ray passes through
(0, 0) & (2, 1) eqn. y = x/2
Tangent at the vertex is x = 10
OP = 10
y
P

(0, 5) R• 
 • (10, 5)
(2,1)
x
O
x = 10
Reflected ray cut y-axis at (0, 10)

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