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MMAATTHHEEMMAATTIICCSS
Duration: Three Hours
Maximum Marks: 150
 Read the following instructions carefully.
a. x  Rx:  0
1. This question paper contains all objective
questions. Q. 1 to Q. 30 carries one mark each and
Q. 31 to Q.80 carries two marks each. Q. 81 to Q.
85 each contains part “a” and “b”. In these
questions, part “a” as well as “b” carry two marks
each.
b. x  Rx:  0
c. x  Rx:  1
d. x  Rx:  1
2.
Consider the vector space R 3 and the maps
3
3
f , gR:  R
defined
by
3. Questions must be answered on special machine
gradable Objective Response Sheet (ORS) by
darkening the appropriate bubble (marked A, B, C,
D) against the question number on the left hand
side of the ORS, using HB pencil. Each question
has only one correct answer. In case you wish to
using a good soft eraser.
f
 xyz,
,
   x ,| y |, z 
and
f
 xyz, ,   x
1, y  1, z  . Then
a.
Both f and g are linear
b.
Neither f nor g is linear
c.
g is linear but not f
4. There will be negative marking. In Q.1 to Q.30,
0.25 mark will be deduced for each wrong answer
and in Q. 31 to Q. 80, 0.5 mark will be deduced for
each wrong answer. In Q.81 to Q.85, for the part
“a”, 0.5 mark will be deduced for a wrong answer.
Marks for correct answers to part “b” of Q. 81 to
Q.85 will be given only if the answer to the
corresponding part “a” is correct. However, there is
no negative marking for part “b” of Q. 81 to Q. 85.
More than one answer bubbled against a question
will be deemed as an incorrect response.
d.
f is linear but not g
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3.
Let
M
045
. Then
 
009
  
a.
M is diagonalizable but not M 2
b.
M 2 is diagonalizable but not M
c.
Both M and M 2 are diagonalizable
d.
Neither M nor M 2 is diagonalizable
5. Write your registration number, name and name of
the center at the specified locations on the right half
of the ORS.
4.
Let M be a skew symmetric, orthogonal
real matrix, The only possible eigen values
are
6. Using HB pencil, darken the appropriate bubble
under each digit of your registration number and
the letters corresponding to your paper code.
a.
–1, 1
b.
– i, i
7. Calculator is allowed in the examination hall.
c.
0
8. Charts, graph sheets or tables are not allowed.
d.
1, i
9. Use the blank pages given at the end of the
question paper for rough work.
1
5.
The principal value of
log
i
4
  is
10. This question paper contains 28 printed pages
including pages for rough work. Please check all
pages and report, if there is any discrepancy.
a.
i
i
b.
2
The symbols N, Z, R and C denote the set of
natural numbers, integers, real numbers and
complex numbers, respectively throughout the
paper.
i
c.
4
i
d.
ONE MARKS QUESTIONS (1-30)
8
2
2
6.
Consider the functions
f
z  x  iy and
1.
The set of all x  R for which the vectors
2
g

2
z x
y
ixy . At z = 0.
1, x ,0

2
,
0, x
,1
and  0,1, x  are linearly
a.
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b. g is analytic but not f
12.
In a sufficiently small neighborhood
around x = 2, the differential equation
c. Both f and g are analytic
dy
y
d. Neither f nor g is analytic
,2
y
4
has
dx
x
7.
The coefficient of 1 z in the expansion of
a. No solution
b. A unique solution
z
log
   , valid in
z
1
is
c. Exactly two solutions
z  1
d. Infinitely many solutions
a.
–1
13.
The set of linearly independent solutions
b.
1
of the differential equation
1
4
2
dy
dy
c.
 0 is
2
4
2
dx
dx
1
x
x
d.
a.
1,
x
,
e
,
e
2
x
x
8.
Under
the
usual
topology
in
R 3 ,
if
b.
1,
x
,
e
,
xe
32
2
O

xyz,,  R : x y
1
and
x
x
c. 
1,
x e
,
,
xe

3
F  xyz,, R : z 0
, then O  F
is
x
x
d. 
1,
x
,
e xe
,
a. Both open and closed
14.
For
the
differential
equation
b. Neither open nor closed
2
d y
dy
2
c. Open but nor closed
xx
1
xy

0
2
dx
dx
d. Closed but not open
a. X = 1 is an ordinary point
9.
Suppose E is a non measurable subset of
b. X = 1 is a regular singular point
1
 ,1.
Let
P
=
E

: nN
and
c. X = 0 is an irregular singular point
n
d. X = 0 is an ordinary point
1
15.
Let
D
denote the group of symmetries of
QE

: nN
where
is
the
8
n
square (dihedral group). The minimal
interior of E and E
Then
is the closure of E.
number of generators for
D is
8
a. 1
a. P is measurable but not Q
b. 2
b. Q is measurable but not P
c. 4
c. Both P and Q are measurable
d. 8
d. Neither P nor Q is measurable
Z

16.
Let the set
denote the ring of integers
2
sin
nZ
10.
The value of

y dz dy dx is
y
0
x
0
a.
–2
multiplication modulo n. Then 9 Z Z is not a
b.
2
c.
–4
sub ring of 12 Z Z because
d.
4
1
Z
Z
11.
Let
S
: nN   
0
and
a.
is not a subset of
9
Z
12 Z
n
b. G.C.D. (9, 12) = 3 1
1
T
   n
: nN 
be the subsets of the
c. 12 is not a power of 3
n
d. 9 does not divide 12
metric space R with the usual metric. Then
17.
Let C 0,1, be the space of all continuous
a. S is complete but not T
real
valued
functions
on
0,1. The
b. T is complete but not S
c. Both T and S are complete
identity
map
d.
Neither T nor S is complete
IC
:
0,1 ,
.
C
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.
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b. Open but not continuous
satisfying
the
condition
uy1,   y
is
c. Both continuous and open
given by
d. Neither continuous nor open
y
18.
Consider the Hilbert space
a.
u
xy 
,
x
2
l 

xx,
, x  C
for
all
i
and
12
1
2
y
b.
u
xy
,
2
x
1
x i 
with
the
inner
product
y
i 
1
c.
u
xy
,
2
x
xx,

yy,
 
x y .
Define
12
12
i
i
d.
u  xy,   y
 x 1
i  1
2
2
Tl:
 l
by
T

xx,
,

22.
If f  x  and g  y  are arbitrary functions,
1
2
x
x
then the general solution of the partial
2
3
x ,
,
,
   . Then T is
 
1
2
2
3
u

uu
differential equation
u
 0
is
a.

xy
 
x y
b.
given by
c.
a.
u
 xy,   f  x   g  y 
d.
b.
u  xy,   f  x y 
g
 x  y 
19.
An
iterative method of find the n th root
 n  N  of a positive number a is given by
c.  xy,   f  x  g  y 
u
1 
a
d.  x , y   xg  y  
u
yf  x 
x
x
A
value
of
n
for
k
 1
k
n  1
2
x
 .
23.
k
which
this
iterative
method
fails
to
converge is
a.
1
A bead slides on a smooth rood which is
rotating about one end is a vertical plane
with uniform angular velocity  . If g
denotes the acceleration due to gravity,
then the Lagrange equation of motion is
b.
2
2
c.
3
a.
rr    g sin t
d.
8
2
b.
rr    g cost
20.
Suppose the function
u  x  interpolates
c.
rg   sin t
f
 x 
at
x xx
,
,
,
,
x
and the
d.
rg  
cost
012
n 
1
function
v  x 
interpolates
f  x 
24.
at
The Lagrangian L of a dynamical system
with two degree of freedom is given by
x
,
x
,
x
. Then
,
a function
F  x 
12
n 
1
L
    q   q
where ,  and  are
1
2
which interpolates
f  x 
at all the points
functions of the generalized coordinates
q
, q
only.
If
p
, p
denote the
x
,
xx
,
,
,
x
,
x
is given by
1
2
1
2
012
n 
1
n
generalized momenta, then Hamiltonian H
x
xux
 

x x vx

a. 
E 
 x
n
0
a.
Depends on
p
, p
but not on
p , p
x
x
1
2
1
2
n
0
b.
Depends on
q
, q
but not on
p
1 , p
 

1
2
2
x
xux

x x vx
F 
n
0
b. 
 x
c.
Depends on
p
, q but not on
p
2 , q
1
1
2
x
x
n
0
d.
Is independent of
p
, p ,,qq
1
212
x
xvx
 

x x ux

n
c.
F x 
0
25.
Let
A A
,
,
A
be n independent events
1
2
n
x
x
n
0
which the probability of occurrence of the
x
xvx
 

x x ux

n
0
event
A
given
by
d.
F x 
i
x
x
1
n
0
P A

1
,
li
,
1, 2,
n
.
Then
21.
The
integral
surface
of
the
partial
i
i
u
u
the probability that at least one of the
differential
equation
x
y
0
x
 y
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29.
The unit cost
c
of producing product i at
a.
1 
ij
n
n 
1
plant j is given by the matrix:
2
14
12
16
1
b.
1
21
9
17
n
n 
2
975
 
1
c.
The total cost of optimal assignment is
n
a.
20
1
b.
22
d.
1
n
c.
25
26.
The life time of two brands of bulbs X and
Y are exponentially distributed with a
mean life time of 100 hours. Bulb X is
switched on 15 hours after bulb Y has
been switched on. The probability that the
bulb X fails before Y is
d.
28
30.
The eigen values  of the integral equation
2
y x

sin
x
t
 
t dt
are
0
1
1
a.
,
15
2
2
a.
100
1
1
b.
,
1
b.
2
c.  , 
85
d. 2,2  
c.
100
TWO MARKS QUESTIONS (31-80)
d.
0
27. A random sample of size n is chose from a
31. Let S and T be two linear operators on R 3
population
with probability density
defined
by
1
x
S  xyz,,  xx,  yx, y z 
e
,
x
 
2
function
f x
,
 
T
 xyz,
,    x  2,zy
 zx, y
z  . Then
1
x
,
x
 
a.
S is invertible but not T
  e
2
b.
T is invertible but not S
Then, the maximum likelihood estimator
c.
Both S and T are invertible
of  is the
d.
Neither S nor T is invertible
a. Mean of the sample
32. Let
V,
W
and
X
be
three
finite
b. Standard deviation of the sample
dimensional
vector
spaces
such
that
c. Median of the sample
dim V  dim X . Suppose
SV:
 W
and
d. Maximum of the sample
TW:
 X are two linear maps such that
28. Consider
the
following
linear
to SV:
 X is injective. Then
Programming Problem (LPP):
a. S and T are surjective
Minimize
z 2 x 3 xx
1
23
b. S is surjective and T is injective
Subject to
x
 22x  xxx 3
c. S and T are injective
1
2
345
d. S is injective and T is surjective
234xx
 xx 6
1
2
36
33. If a square matrix of order 10 has exactly 4
x 
0,
i 
1, 2,
6.
i
A
non degenerate basic feasible solution
distinct eigen values, then the degree of its
minimal polynomial is
x ,,,,,xxxxx
is
a. Least 4
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c. At least 6
b. 1,0,0,0,0,7
d. At most 6
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39. Let f : 0,2  R be defined by
1010
34.
Consider the matrix
M
.
2
 
2102
x
If x is rational
f x

 
0020
2
x
1
If x is irrational
Then
Then
a. M has no real eigen values
a.
f
is differentiable exactly at one point
b. All real eigen values of M are positive
b.
f
is differentiable exactly at two
c. All real eigen values of M are negative
points
d. M has both positive and negative real
eigen values
c.
f
is not differentiable at any point in
(0,2)
35.
Consider
the real inner product space
d.
f
is differentiable at every point in
P 0,1 of all polynomials with the inner
(0,2)
1
2
40. Let
f
: R
 R be defined by
product
f , g  f x g x dx
 
. Let M =
2
2
0
x
y
If x and y are rational
f xy
,
2
 
span {1}. The orthogonal projection of
on to M is
x
0
Otherwise
Then
a.
1
a.
f is not continuous at (0,0)
1
b.
b.
2
f is continuous at (0,0) but not
differentiable at (0,0)
1
c.
c.
f is differentiable only at (0,0)
3
d.
f is differentiable every where
1
d.
2
41. f , gR:
Let
 R
be
defined
by
4
42
42
2
f xy, x y ; g xy, x y 10 xy
36.
Let
be
a
simple closed
curve in the
complex.
Then
the
set
of
all
possible
Then at (0,0)
dz
a. f has a local minimum but not g
values of

is
z
2
1
z
b. g has a local minimum but not f
c. Both f and g have a local minimum
a.
0,  i
d. Neither f nor g has a local minimum
b.
0, i , 2 i
42. Suppose
C 1
is
the
boundary
of
c.
0,  i , 2 i

2
xy,
 : 0 x 1,0 y 1 and C 2 is
 R
d.
0
the
boundary
of
37.
The
principal
value
of
the
improper

2
xy,
 
R
:
1 x  0, 1 y
 0
. Let
cos
2
2
integral
x dx is
1  x
 i  xy dx x y x dy i 
2
,
1, 2
2

C
i
Be
evaluated
in
the
counterclockwise
a.
e
direction. Then
b.
 e
a.
 1,   1
1
2
c.
  e
b.
 1
1
2
d.
  e
c.
 2,  2
38.
The
number
of
roots
of
the
equation
1
2
d.
  2
5
2
z 12 z 14 0 that lie in the region
1
2
5 
zC : 2

z
is
43. Consider R 2 with the usual metric and the
functions
2
2
f
: 0,
2
 R
g :
2
and
0, 2
 R
a.
2
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f  t   cos tt,sin ,
0  t  2
and
tangent to the curve at P. Then, the
differential equation of the curve  is
g  t 
 cos tt,sin , 0  t  2 .
2

dy
 dy
Then on the respective domains
a.
x
2
y
x



dx
 dx
a.
f
is uniformly continuous but not g
2
b.
g is uniformly continuous but not f

dy
 dy
b.
x
2
y
0


c.
Both
f
and
g
are
uniformly

dx
 dx
continuous
2

dx
 dx
d.
Neither
f
nor
g
is
uniformly
c.
x
2
y
0


dy

 dy
continuous
2
44.
Let
f : R  R be a nonzero function such

dx

dx
d.
x
2
y
x


1
dy
dy


that
f x

for all x  R . Define
2
1
2 x
48. Let
P x
denote
the
Legendre
n
real valued functions
f
on
R
for all
n
polynomial of degree n. If
n
 N
by
f x  fx  n
.
Then
the
x
,1
 
x
0
n
f

x
 
0,
0
x
1
series
f
x converges uniformly
n
And
n
1
a. On [0, 1] but not on [–1, 0]
f

x  aP x aP x aP x 



,
0
0
11
2
2
b. On [–1,0] but not on [0,1]
Then
c. On both [–1,0] and [0,1]
1
1
d. Neither on [–1,0] nor on [0,1]
a.
a a 

,
0
1
4
2
45.
Let E be a non measurable subset of (0,1).
1
1
Define two functions
follows:
f and
f
on (0,1) as
b.
a a 

,
1
2
0
1
4
2
1
1
 1/ x
if
x E
c.
a
 a 
,
f

0
1
x
and
2
4
1
0
if
x E
1
1
d.
a
 a 
,
0
if x
E
0
1
2
4
f

x
. Then
2
1/ x if
x E
49. 
If
J
x
and
Y x
denote Bessel
n
n
a.
f
is measurable but not
f
functions of order n of the first and the
1
2
b.
f
is measurable but not
f
second kind, then the general solution of
2
1
the
differential equation
c.
Both
f
and
f
are measurable
1
2
2
d y
dy
d.
Neither
f nor
f
is measurable
x
xy
0
is given by
1
2
2
dx
dx
46. Consider the following improper integrals:
a.
y
x
  xJ x   xY x
1
1
dx
dx
I 
and
I 
1
2
b.
yx
 J x  Y x
1/2
3/2
2
1  x
2
1  x
1
1
1
1
c.
yx
 J
x  Y x
0
0
Then
d.
y
x   xJ
x   xY x
a.
I 1 converges but not I
0
0
2
50. general
The
solution
of
the
system
of
b.
I
converges but not I
2
1
differential equations
c.
Both
I 1 and
I
converge
2
dz
y 
 0
d.
Neither I
nor I
converges
1
2
dx
47. A curve  in the xy-plane is such that the
line joining the origin to any point P  x , y 
dy
z
 0
dx
on the curve and the line parallel to the y–
axis through P are equally inclined to the
Is given by
x
x
a.
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b.
y
  cos xx  sin
every
nontrivial
ring
homomorphism
zxx 
sin
 
cos
f
: Z  Z
is
c.
yxx  sin   cos
a. Both injective and surjective
b. Injective but not surjective
z
  cos xx  sin
c. Surjective but not injective
x
x
d.
ye
 e
d. Neither injective nor surjective
x
x
ze
 e
56. Let X  C 0,1 be the space of all real
51.
It is required to find the solution of the
differential equation
valued continuous functions on 0,1Let
TX:
 R be a linear functional defined
2
d y
dy
2
x
2
x
23
x

xy
0
by Tf   f 1. Let
X  X
,
.
and
2
dx
dx
1
1
Around the point x = 0. The roots of the
X
X ,
.
. Then T is continuous
2
indicial equation are
a. On X 1 but not X 2
1
a.
0, 2
b. On X 2 but not on X 1
c. On both X 1 and X 2
b.
0,2
d. Neither on X 1 nor on X 2
1
1
c.
,
57. Let
XC
0,1 ,
.
,1  p  and
2
2
p
1
n
1
nt
if
0

t
1/
n
d.
0, 
f t

if
2
n
0
if
1/
n  t 
1
52.
Consider the following statements.
S  f  Xn 
:
1 , then
S is
S:
Every
non abelian
group
has
a
n
nontrivial abelian subgroup
T: Every nontrivial abelian group has a
a. Bounded if p = 1
b. Bounded if p = 2
cyclic subgroup. Then
c. Bounded if
p  
a.
Both S and T are false
d. Unbounded for all p
b.
S is true and T is false
58. Suppose
the
iterates
x
generated
by
n
c.
T is true and S is false
2 f x
d.
Both S and T are true
n
x
x
where
f ' denotes the
n
1
n
f
53.
Let
S denote the group of permutations
n
10
derivative of
'  x
f , converges to a double
on ten symbols 1, 2,
,10
. The number
zero
x  a
of
f  x  .
Then
the
of elements of
S
commuting with the
10
convergence has order
element   13579 is
a. 1
a. 5!
b. 2
b. 5.5!
c. 3
c. 5!5!
d. 1.6
d. 10!
2

1
5!
59. Suppose the matrix
M
2
1
has
54.
Match the following in an integral domain.
 
11
4
U.
The only nilpotent element (s)
a.
0
  
V.
The only idempotent element (s)
b. 1
a unique Cholesky decomposition of the
W.
The only unit and idempotent element
c. 0,1
T
form
M  LL ,
where
L
is
a lower
(s)
triangular matrix. The range of values of
a.
U a ; V bW; c
 is
b.
U bV; cW;  a
a. 2    2
c.
U c; V aW;  b
b.   2
c. 2    3/2
d.
U aV; cW;  b
d.
3/2    2
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60.
The Runge-Kutta method of order four is
used to solve the differential equation
1
11 
If
u
,0
,
u
1,
1
and
 
2
 
42  
dy
fx y
,0
 0
1
1
1
dx
0,
then
,1    is
u  
u   
2
 
2
2
With step size h. The solution at x = h is
7
given by
a.
4
h
h
a.
yh
f
0

4
f
f h
5
6
2
 
b.
4
h
h
b.
yh
f
0

2
f
f h
4
c.
6
2
 
5
h
4
c.
yh
  f
0
 f h 

d.
6
7
h
h
64. Fourier
The
transform
F 
of
d.
yh
20
f
 2
f
f h
6
2
 
fx .   x  is defined by
61.
The values of the constants
,  , x for
1
1

i
x
F
f x e
dx
2
1

f

x dx   f 0   f x

The Fourier transform with respect to x of
1
0
the solution u  xy, 
of the boundary value
Is exact for polynomials of degree as high
as possible, are
2
2
u
u
problem
   
0,
x
,
y
0
2
2
213
x
y
a.  x
,
,
1
344
ux ,0  f  x ,  x 
which
312
remains bounded for large y is given by
b.  x
,
,
1
443
y
U
,
yF
e
.
132
c.  x
,
,
Then, the solution u  xy,
 is given by
1
443
231
1
fx z
d.  x
,
,
a.
u
x y
,
dz
1
2
2
344
y
z

62.
The partial differential equation
1
fx z
2
22
b. x y
u
,
dz
u
u
uuu

2
2
y
z
x
2
xy
y

x
y
0

2
2
x

xy
y
y
x
y
fx z
is
c. x y
u
,
dz
2
2
y
z
a.
Elliptic
in
the
region

x
0, y 0, xy  1
y
fx z
d.
u
x y
,
dz
2
2
b.
Elliptic
in
the
region
y
z

x
0, y 0, xy  1
65. It is required to solve the Laplace equation
c.
Parabolic
in
the
region
2
2
u
u
x
0, y 0, xy  1
0, 0

x
a
,0

yb
,
2
2
x
y
d.
Hyperbolic
in
the
region
Satisfying the boundary conditions
x
0, y 0, xy  1
u  x ,0  0,
u  xb,  
0, u 0, y   0
and
63.
A
function
u  xt,  ,
satisfies
the
wave
uay ,  f  y .
equation
2
2
If
c
'
s are constants, then the equation and
 
u
u
n
,0
 
x
1,
t
0
2
2
 
t
x
the homogeneous boundary conditions
determine the fundamental set of solutions
of the form
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ny
1
2
a. 
u
xy
,
c
sin
h
sin
d.
L 
M  Mr
n
b
b
2
1
2
n  1
1
nx
ny
2
2
 M r
  Mg r  a
b. 
u
xy
,
c
sin
sin
1
1
n
2
b
b
n
1
68. Consider R and S 1 with the usual topology
nx
ny
c. 
u
xy
,
c
sin
sin
h
where S 1 is the unit circle in R 2 . Then
n
b
b
n
1
a.
There is no continuous map from S 1 to
nx
ny
R
d. 
u
xy
,
c
sin
h
sin
h
n
b
b
n
1
b. Any continuous map from S 1 to R is
the zero map
66.
Let the derivative of f  t  with respect to
time t be denoted by f . If a Cartesian
c. Any continuous map from S 1 to R is a
constant map
frame Oxy is in motion relative to a fixed
Cartesian frame OXY specified by
d. There are non constant continuous map
from S 1 to R
Xx
cos  y sin
69. Consider R with the usual topology and
Yx sin  y cos
Then the magnitude of the velocity v of a
moving particle with respect to the OXY
frame expressed in terms of the moving
frame is given by
R  ,
the
countable product of R with
product topology. If
D
 nn  R and
,
n
f
: R
 
R
is a continuous map, then
f
D
is of the form
n
222
a.
vxy 
 
n
 N
2
2
2
2
b.
x y

22
v
x  y    2  xy   yx
a.
a , b  for some
a  b
b.
 a , b  for some
a  b
2222
c.
vxy
c.
Z
2
2
2
2
22
d.
R
d.
vxy xy
70. Let R 2 denote the plane with the usual
67.
One end of an inextensible string of length

2
topology
and
U x , y R :0xy .
a
is connected to a mass M 1 lying on a
horizontal table. The string passes through
Denote
the
number
of connected
small hole on the table and carries at the
other end another mass M 2 . If  r , 
a
components of U and U ( the closure of U)
by  and  respectively. Then
a.     1
denotes the polar coordinates of the mass
M
1 with respect to the hole as the origin in
b.   1,   2
the plane of the table and g denotes the
acceleration due to gravity, then the
Lagrangian L of the system is given by
c.   2,   1
d.     2
71. Under the usual topology on R 3 , the map
1
2
3
3
a.
L
M Mr
f
: R  R
defined
by
1
2
2
f
 xyz, ,   x
1, y  1, z  is
1
2
2
2 M r   Mgr  a
1
2
a.
Neither open nor closed
b.
Open but not closed
1
2
b.
L
M r
c.
Both open and closed
1
2
d.
Closed but not open
1
2
2
M
 M r  Mgr a

72. XXX, ,
Let
be a random sample of size
123
12
2
2
3
chosen
from
a
population
with
1
2
c.
L
M r
probability distribution P  X  1 
P and
1
2
P
 X  01  pq , 01 p  . The
1
2
2
M
 M r  Mg r a

12
1
2
sampling distribution
f . of the statistic

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a.
f
3
0  pf;11 p
 
6415
b.
f 0  qf;1   p
3927
c.
f
3
0
 qf;11 q

3
4362
33
 
33
d.
f
0  p  qf;11 p  q
The following values of the basis variables
were obtained at the first iteration:
73.
Let 
X
be a sequence of independent
n
x
 6, xx8,
2, x
14, x
 4
11
12
22
23
33
random variables with
Then
1
a. The current solution is optimal
pX
n

pX

n
.
n
n
2
b. The current solution is non optimal and
The sequence 
X
obeys the
weak law
the entering and leaving variables are
n
x
and
x
respectively
of large numbers if
31
33
1
a. 
c. The current solution is non optimal and
the entering and leaving variables are
2
x
and
x
respectively
1
21
12
b. 
2
d. The current solution is non optimal and
the entering and leaving variables are
1
c.  1
x
and
x
respectively
2
14
12
77. In a balanced transportation problem, if all
d.   1
74.
Let
X
be
a
random
variable
with
the unit transportation costs
c
are
ij
P
 X
 1  P
and
decreased by a nonzero constant , then
in optimal solution of the revised problem
p
 X  01  pq , 0  p  1.
If
n
denotes the n th moment about the mean,
then
0
if and only if
a. The values of the decision variables
and the objective value remain
unchanged
2
n
1
1
a. p
4
b. The values of the decision variables
change but the objective value remains
unchanged
1
b. p
3
2
c. p
c. The values of the decision variables
remain unchanged but the objective
value changes
3
1
d. The values of the decision variables
and the objective value change
d. p
2
75. Consider
the
following
primal
Linear
78. Consider the following linear
programming problem (LPP).
Programming Problem (LPP).
Maximize
z  3 xx
1
2
Maximize
zx 3  2 x
1
2
Subject to
x
2 x
 5
1
2
Subject to
x
 x 1
1
2
xxx   2
123
x
 x  3
1
2
 5 x
 20
123
x
, x
 0
1
2
7 xx 3
xxx,,
 0
123
The dual of this problem has
a. Infeasible optimal solution
The nature of the optimal solution to the
problem is
b. Unbounded optimal objective value
a. Non degenerate alternative optima
c. A unique optimal solution
b. Degenerate alternative optima
d. Infinitely many optimal solutions
c. Degenerate unique optimal
76. The
cost
matrix
of
a
transportation
d. Non degenerate unique optimal
problem is given by
79. The extremum of the functional
1
2
dy
I
 12
xy dx
 
dx
 
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Satisfying the conditions y 0  0 and
1
00
y 1  1 is attained on the curve
(d)
110
0
11
x
  
2
a.
y
 sin
2
81b.
x
The dimension of the eigen space of T –1
corresponding to the eigen value 1 is
b.
y
 sin
(a)
4
2
(b)
3
3
c.
y  x
(c)
2
1 
x
3
(d)
1
d.
y
x
 sin
2
2
 
80.
The integral equation
and 82b
x
Let H be a real Hilbert space,
p  Hp,
 0
and
y
x x
x  t y t dt
 
G
x H
:,
xp
0
and q  HG/
.
0
Is solved by the method of successive
approximations. Starting with initial
82a.
The orthogonal projection of q onto G is
q , p
(a)
q
approximation
yx   x
the second
2
p
approximation
y
x
is given by
2
qp, p
(b)
q
3
5
x
x
p
a. x
yx
2
3!
5!
(c)
q  qp,
p
x
b. yx
 x 
(d)
q
qp,
pp
2
3!
3
82b.
In
particular,
if
x
c. yx
 x 
1
2
3!
H
L

0,1 , G

f
L 0,1 : xf x dx 0


2
2
3
5
x
x
0
d. x
yx
2
2
3!
5!
and
q  x , then the orthogonal of q onto
carry two marks each.
G is
3
2
(a)
x
x
4
81b:
2
(b)
x 3 x
Let V be the vector space of real polynomials of
3
degree at most 2. Define a linear operator
TV:  V
2
(c)
x
 x
5
3
i
2
i
j
(d)
x
x
Tx
xi
,
0,1,2
2
j 
0
81a.
The matrix of T –1 with respect to the basis
and 83b
2
1, x , x
is
It is required to solve the system SX = T, where
111
 2
11
 1
 4
(a)
110
S
2
2
2,  
T
by the Gauss-Seidel
  
100
1
12
  
 
 5
iteration onethod.
 1
10 
(b)
01
1
00
1
  
111
83a Suppose S is written in the form S = M–L–
U, where, M is a diagonal matrix, L is a
strictly lower triangular matrix and U is a
strictly upper triangular matrix. If the
iteration process is expressed as
(c)
011
X
QX
F
,
the Q is given by
n
1
n
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MLU
84b.
The heat flux F at
, t    is given by
1
4
(b)
Q
 M
LU
2
4
t
(a)
F
2
e
1
(c)
Q
 
MLU
2
4
t
(b)
F
 2
e
1
(d)
Q
M
LU
2
2
t
(c)
F
4
e
83b.
The matrix Q is given by
2
2
t
(d)
F
 4
e
1
1
0
2
2
and 85b
1
1
Let the random variables X and Y be independent
(a)
0
2
2
Poisson variates with parameters
and
1
2
1
respectively.
0
0
2
 
85a.
The conditional distribution of X given
X+Y is
(a)
Poisson
000
(b)
Hyper geometric
1
1
(b)
Q 
0
(c)
Geometric
2
2
(d)
Binomial
111
85b.
 
222
The regression equation of X on X+Y is
given by
1
1
E
1
(a)
X | X Y
XY
0
2
2
1
2
1
1

1
(c)
Q
0
(b)
EX | X Y
 
X Y
 
2
2 
 1 
2
1
2  
0
0
(c)
EX | X Y

1
 
X Y
 1 
2
(d)
E
X | X Y
1
XY
0
00
1
2
1
1
(d)
Q
 
0
2
2
1
11
2
22
and 84b
Consider the one dimensional heat equation
2
u
u
,0

x
1,
t
0
with
the
initial
2
t
x
condition
ux ,0  2cos  x
2
and the boundary
u
u
conditions.
0,
t
 
0
1, 
t
.
t
t
84a.
The temperature u  xt,  is given by
2
4
t
(a)
u
 xt
,
 cos 2
1
e
x
2
4
u
 xt
t
(b)
,
 cos 2
1
e
x
2
4
,
t
(c)
u
 xt
 sin 2
1
e
x
2
4
t
(d)
u
xt
,
1
e
sin 2
x