(1 â€“ w + wÂ²)Ã—(1 â€“ wÂ² + w4)Ã—(1 â€“ w4 + w8) Ã— â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦ to 2n factors is equal to

1. 2n

2.22n

3.23n

4.24n

(1.1)10000 is _____ 1000

1.greater than

2. less than

3. equal to

4.None of these

6 men and 4 women are to be seated in a row so that no two women sit together. The number of ways they can be seated is

1.604800

2.17280

3.120960

4.518400

A student is to answer 10 out of 13 questions in an examination such that he must choose at least 4 from the first five questions. The number of choices available to him is

1.40

2.196

3.280

4.346

Find real Î¸ such that (3 + 2i Ã— sin Î¸)/(1 â€“ 2i Ã— sin Î¸) is imaginary

1. Î¸ = nÏ€ Â± Ï€/2 where n is an integer

2. Î¸ = nÏ€ Â± Ï€/3 where n is an integer

3.Î¸ = nÏ€ Â± Ï€/4 where n is an integer

4.None of these

Four dice are rolled. The number of possible outcomes in which at least one dice show 2 is

1.1296

2.671

3.625

4.585

Four dice are rolled. The number of possible outcomes in which at least one dice show 2 is

1.1296

2.671

3.625

4.585

How many 3-letter words with or without meaning, can be formed out of the letters of the word, LOGARITHMS, if repetition of letters is not allowed

1. 720

2.420

3.5040

4.None of these

How many factors are 25 Ã— 36 Ã— 52 are perfect squares

1.24

2.12

3.16

4.22

How many ways are here to arrange the letters in the word GARDEN with the vowels in alphabetical order?

1.120

2.240

3.360

4.480

If (x + 3)/(x â€“ 2) > 1/2 then x lies in the interval

1.(-8, âˆž)

2. (8, âˆž)

3.(âˆž, -8)

4. (âˆž, 8)

If (|x| â€“ 1)/(|x| â€“ 2) â€Žâ‰¥ 0, x âˆˆ R, x â€ŽÂ± 2 then the interval of x is

1.(-âˆž, -2) âˆª [-1, 1]

2.[-1, 1] âˆª (2, âˆž)

3.(-âˆž, -2) âˆª (2, âˆž)

4.(-âˆž, -2) âˆª [-1, 1] âˆª (2, âˆž)

If -2 < 2x â€“ 1 < 2 then the value of x lies in the interval

1. (1/2, 3/2)

2.(-1/2, 3/2)

3.(3/2, 1/2)

4.(3/2, -1/2)

If 1/(b + c), 1/(c + a), 1/(a + b) are in AP then

1.a, b, c are in AP

2. aÂ², bÂ², cÂ² are in AP

3.1/1, 1/b, 1/c are in AP

4.None of these

If a, b, c are in AP then

1.b = a + c

2.2b = a + c

3.bÂ² = a + c

4.2bÂ² = a + c

If a, b, c are in AP then

1.b = a + c

2.2b = a + c

3.bÂ² = a + c

4.2bÂ² = a + c

If a, b, c are in G.P., then the equations axÂ² + 2bx + c = 0 and dxÂ² + 2ex + f = 0 have a common root if d/a, e/b, f/c are in

1.AP

2.GP

3.HP

4.None of these

If arg (z) < 0, then arg (-z) â€“ arg (z) =

1.Ï€

2.-Ï€

3.-Ï€/2

4. Ï€/2

If Ï‰ is an imaginary cube root of unity, then (1 + Ï‰ â€“ Ï‰Â²)7 equalsx

1.128 Ï‰

2. -128 Ï‰

3.128 Ï‰Â²

4. -128 Ï‰Â²

If Î± and Î² are the roots of the equation xÂ² â€“ x + 1 = 0 then the value of Î±2009 + Î²2009 is

1.0

2.1

3.-1

4.10

if n is a positive ineger then 23nn â€“ 7n â€“ 1 is divisible by

1. 7

2.9

3.49

4.81

if n is a positive ineger then 23nn â€“ 7n â€“ 1 is divisible by

1. 7

2.9

3.49

4.81

If n is a positive integer, then (âˆš3+1)2n+1 + (âˆš3âˆ’1)2n+1 is

1.an even positive integer

2.a rational number

3.an odd positive integer

4.an irrational number

If n is a positive integer, then (âˆš5+1)2n + 1 âˆ’ (âˆš5âˆ’1)2n + 1 is

1. an odd positive integer

2.not an integer

3.an even positive integer

4.none of these

If repetition of the digits is allowed, then the number of even natural numbers having three digits is

1. 250

2.350

3.450

4.550

If the cube roots of unity are 1, Ï‰, Ï‰Â², then the roots of the equation (x â€“ 1)Â³ + 8 = 0 are

1. -1, -1 + 2Ï‰, â€“ 1 â€“ 2Ï‰Â²

2. â€“ 1, -1, â€“ 1

3.â€“ 1, 1 â€“ 2Ï‰, 1 â€“ 2Ï‰Â²

4.â€“ 1, 1 + 2Ï‰, 1 + 2Ï‰Â²

If the third term in the binomial expansion of (1 + x)m is (-1/8)xÂ² then the rational value of m is

1.2

2.1/2

3.3

4.4

if x + 1/x = 1 find the value of x2000 + 1/x2000 is

1. 0

2.1

3. -1

4.None of these

if xÂ² = -4 then the value of x is

1.(-2, 2)

2. (-2, âˆž)

3.(2, âˆž)

4.No solution

If xÂ² = 4 then the value of x is

1. -2

2.2

3.-2, 2

4.None of these

If {(1 + i)/(1 â€“ i)}n = 1 then the least value of n is

1.1

2.2

3.3

4.4

If | x âˆ’ 1| > 5, then

1. xâˆˆ(âˆ’âˆž, âˆ’4)âˆª(6, âˆž]

2.xâˆˆ[6, âˆž)

3.xâˆˆ(6, âˆž)

4.xâˆˆ(âˆ’âˆž, âˆ’4)âˆª(6, âˆž)

If |x| < 5 then the value of x lies in the interval

1.(-âˆž, -5)

2. (âˆž, 5)

3. (-5, âˆž)

4. (-5, 5)

In how many ways can 4 different balls be distributed among 5 different boxes when any box can have any number of balls?

1.54 â€“ 1

2.54

3.45 â€“ 1

4.45

In how many ways in which 8 students can be sated in a line is

1. 40230

2.40320

3.5040

4.50400

In the binomial expansion of (71/2 + 51/3)37, the number of integers are

1.2

2.4

3.6

4.8

In the binomial expansion of (a + b)n, the coefficient of fourth and thirteenth terms are equal to each other, then the value of n is

1.10

2.15

3.20

4.25

In the expansion of (a + b)n, if n is even then the middle term is

1. (n/2 + 1)th term

2.(n/2)th term

3.nth term

4.(n/2 â€“ 1)th term

In the expansion of (a + b)n, if n is odd then the number of middle term is/are

1. 0

2.1

3.2

4.More than 2

Let Tn denote the number of triangles which can be formed using the vertices of a regular polygon on n sides. If Tn+1 â€“ Tn = 21, then n equals

1.5

2.7

3.6

4.4

Let z be a complex number such that |z| = 4 and arg(z) = 5Ï€/6, then z =

1. -2âˆš3 + 2i

2.2âˆš3 + 2i

3.2âˆš3 â€“ 2i

4.-âˆš3 + i

Let z1 and z2 be two roots of the equation zÂ² + az + b = 0, z being complex. Further assume that the origin, z1 and z1 form an equilateral triangle. Then

1.aÂ² = b

2.aÂ² = 2b

3.aÂ² = 3b

4. aÂ² = 4b

Out of 5 apples, 10 mangoes and 13 oranges, any 15 fruits are to be distributed among 2 persons. Then the total number of ways of distribution is

1.1800

2.1080

3.1008

4.8001

Solve: (x + 1)Â² + (xÂ² + 3x + 2)Â² = 0

1. x = -1, -2

2.x = -1

3. x = -2

4.None of these

Solve: 1 â‰¤ |x â€“ 1| â‰¤ 3

1.[-2, 0]

2.[2, 4]

3.[-2, 0] âˆª [2, 4]

4.None of these

Solve: f(x) = {(x â€“ 1)Ã—(2 â€“ x)}/(x â€“ 3) â‰¥ 0

1. (-âˆž, 1] âˆª (2, âˆž)

2. (-âˆž, 1] âˆª (2, 3)

3.(-âˆž, 1] âˆª (3, âˆž)

4.None of these

Solve: |x â€“ 3| < 5

1.(2, 8)

2.(-2, 8)

3.(8, 2)

4.(8, -2)

Sum of two rational numbers is ______ number

1.rational

2.irrational

3.Integer

4.Both 1, 2 and 3

The coefficient of xn in the expansion (1 + x + xÂ² + â€¦..)-n is

1. 1

2.(-1)n

3.n

4.n+1

The coefficient of xn in the expansion of (1 â€“ 2x + 3xÂ² â€“ 4xÂ³ + â€¦â€¦..)-n is

1.(2n)!/n!

2.(2n)!/(n!)Â²

3.(2n)!/{2Ã—(n!)Â²}

4.None of these

The coefficient of y in the expansion of (yÂ² + c/y)5 is

1. 10c

2.10cÂ²

3.10cÂ³

4.None of these

The coefficient of y in the expansion of (yÂ² + c/y)5 is

1. 10c

2.10cÂ²

3.10cÂ³

4.None of these

The complex numbers sin x + i cos 2x are conjugate to each other for

1. x = nÏ€

2. x = 0

3. x = (n + 1/2) Ï€

4.no value of x

The curve represented by Im(zÂ²) = k, where k is a non-zero real number, is

1.a pair of striaght line

2.an ellipse

3. a parabola

4.a hyperbola

The curve represented by Im(zÂ²) = k, where k is a non-zero real number, is

1.a pair of striaght line

2.an ellipse

3. a parabola

4.a hyperbola

The fourth term in the expansion (x â€“ 2y)12 is

1.-1670 x9 Ã— yÂ³

2. -7160 x9 Ã— yÂ³

3.-1760 x9 Ã— yÂ³

4. -1607 x9 Ã— yÂ³

The general term of the expansion (a + b)n is

1. Tr+1 = nCr Ã— ar Ã— br

2.Tr+1 = nCr Ã— ar Ã— bn-r

3.Tr+1 = nCr Ã— an-r Ã— bn-r

4.Tr+1 = nCr Ã— an-r Ã— br

The graph of the inequations x â‰¥ 0, y â‰¥ 0, 3x + 4y â‰¤ 12 is

1.interior of a triangle including the points on the sides

2.in the 2nd quadrant

3.exterior of a triangle

4.None of these

The greatest coefficient in the expansion of (1 + x)10 is

1.10!/(5!)

2.10!/(5!)Â²

3.10!/(5! Ã— 4!)Â²

4.10!/(5! Ã— 4!)

The interval in which f(x) = (x â€“ 1) Ã— (x â€“ 2) Ã— (x â€“ 3) is negative is

1.x > 2

2.2 < x and x < 1

3.2 < x < 1 and x < 3

4.2 < x < 3 and x < 1

The least value of n for which {(1 + i)/(1 â€“ i)}n is real, is

1.1

2.2

3.3

4.4

The modulus of 5 + 4i is

1. 41

2.-41

3. âˆš41

4.-âˆš41

The number of combination of n distinct objects taken r at a time be x is given by

1.n/2Cr

2.n/2Cr/2

3.nCr/2

4.nCr

The number of ordered triplets of positive integers which are solution of the equation x + y + z = 100 is

1.4815

2.4851

3.8451

4.8415

The number of squares that can be formed on a chess board is

1.64

2.160

3.224

4.204

The number of ways can the letters of the word ASSASSINATION be arranged so that all the S are together is

1.152100

2.1512

3.15120

4.151200

The number of ways in which 8 distinct toys can be distributed among 5 children is

1.58

2.85

3.8P5

4.5P5

The number of ways of painting the faces of a cube with six different colors is

1.1

2.6

3.6!

4.None of these

The region of the XOY-plane represented by the inequalities x â‰¥ 6, y â‰¥ 2, 2x + y â‰¤ 10 is

1.unbounded

2. a polygon

3.exterior of a triangle

4.None of these

The solution of the -12 < (4 -3x)/(-5) < 2 is

1.56/3 < x < 14/3

2. -56/3 < x < -14/3

3.56/3 < x < -14/3

4.-56/3 < x < 14/3

The solution of the 15 < 3(x â€“ 2)/5 < 0 is

1.27 < x < 2

2.27 < x < -2

3.-27 < x < 2

4.-27 < x < -2

The solution of the inequality |x â€“ 1| < 2 is

1. (1, âˆž)

2. (-1, 3)

3.(1, -3)

4.(âˆž, 1)

The solution of |2/(x â€“ 4)| > 1 where x â‰ 4 is

1.(2, 6)

2. (2, 4) âˆª (4, 6)

3. (2, 4) âˆª (4, âˆž)

4.(-âˆž, 4) âˆª (4, 6)

The sum of n terms of the series (1/1.2) + (1/2.3) + (1/3.4) + â€¦â€¦ is

1. n/(n+1)

2.1/(n+1)

3.1/n

4.None of these

The value of i-999 is

1. 1

2.-1

3.i

4.-i

The value of n in the expansion of (a + b)n if the first three terms of the expansion are 729, 7290 and 30375, respectively is

1.2

2.4

3.6

4.8

The value of P(n, n â€“ 1) is

1. n

2. 2n

3.n!

4. 2n!

The value of x and y if (3y â€“ 2) + i(7 â€“ 2x) = 0

1.x = 7/2, y = 2/3

2. x = 2/7, y = 2/3

3.x = 7/2, y = 3/2

4. x = 2/7, y = 3/2

There are 12 points in a plane out of which 5 are collinear. The number of triangles formed by the points as vertices is

1.185

2.210

3.220

4.175

Three numbers form an increasing GP. If the middle term is doubled, then the new numbers are in Ap. The common ratio of GP is

1.2 + âˆš3

2.2 â€“ âˆš3

3. 2 Â± âˆš3

4.None of these

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