ECAT Entry Test Mathematics Unit Wise Tests By Kips Part 1

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  1. Transpose of a null matrix is

 (a) Null matrix            

(b) Row matrix            

(c) Column matrix        

(d) None of these

  • The solution other than (0,0,0) of a homogeneous system of linear equation in three variables is called

 (a) Trivial Solution      

(b) Non trivial Solution 

(c) Extra solution         

(d) None of these

  1. An improper rational fraction can be converted into proper rational fraction by

 (a) Synthetic Division  

(b) Long division         

(c) Factor theorem        

(d) None of these

  1. No term of a harmonic sequence can be

 (a) 0               

(b) 1                

(c) 2                

(d) 3

  • Process of arrangement of things in which order in not considered is called

 (a) Permutation           

(b) Probability              

(c) Combination           

(d) None of these

  • Any subset of sample space is called

 (a) Outcomes              

(b) Event         

(c) Probability              

(d) None of these

  1. In the expansion of (a+x)n if “n” is even then no. of terms will be

(a) Even                       

(b) Odd                        

(c) Neither even nor odd

(d) None of these

  • Sum of odd coefficients in the binomial expansion (1+x)3

(a) 8                            

(b) 2                            

(c) 4                            

(d) None of these

  1. An angle in standard position is said to lie in Ist quadrant if terminal side lie in

 (a) Ist quadrant            

(b) 2nd quadrant           

(c) 3rd quadrant           

(d) 4th quadrant

  • If θ is acute angle then p-θ will have terminal side  lies in

 (a) 1st quadrant                        

(b) 2nd quadrant            

(c) 3rd quadrant            

(d) 4th quadrant                                

  1. Trigonometric equations have an infinite numbers of solutions due to

 (a) Periodicity                  

(b) continuity                    

(c) Discontinuity              

(d) none of these

 If triangle ABC is right then the law of cosines reduces to 

 (a) Binomial theorem                                      

(b) Pythagoras theorem

(c) Distance formula                                         

(d) None of these

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