# Sample Paper of NET Exam – MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

**NET EXAMINATION (MODEL PAPER-1) MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES. (TOTAL MARKS-200)**

*INSTRUCTIONS*

A) This question paper consists of 32 (10 in PART A, 12 in PART B,10 in PART C) Multiple Choice Questions .

B) Candidate should answer all questions from PART A, 10 questions from PART B, 8 questions from PART C.

C) Each questions of PART A carries 3 marks, PART B carries 7 marks, PART C carries 12.5 marks respectively.

D) There is negative marking @ 0.5 in PART A and @ 0.75 in PART B for each wrong answer.

E) There is no negative marking in PART C.

PART A

**Q1)**** ****ABC is a three digit number where A > 0 and the number is equal to the sum of the factorials of the 3 digits. Then the value of B is **

a) 9 b) 7 c) 4 d) 2

Ans. c) 4

**Q2) What is the last digit of the number 2 ^{51 }expressed in its decimal form?**

a) 2 b) 6 c)4 d) 8

Ans. d) 8

**Q3) Consider a 99 digit number created by writing side by side the first fifty four natural numbers as follows: 12345678910111213……..5354 This number when divided by 8 will leave a** **remainder of**

a) 6 b)4 c) 2 d) 0

Ans. a) 6

**Q4) The remainder when 7 ^{84 }is divided by 342 is**

a) 0 b) 1 c) 49 d) 341

Ans. b) 1

**Q5) If n ^{2} = 123456787654321, then what is n?**

a) 12344321 b) 1235789 c) 11111111 d)1111111

Ans. c) 11111111

**Q6) How many 5 digit numbers can we form using 1,2,3,4 and 5 such that units digit is always greater than the hundreds digit?**

a) 48 b) 36 c) 60 d) 72 ** **

Ans. c) 60

**Q7) If a _{1 }=1 and a_{n+1} = 2a_{n} +5 , n= 1,2,…., then a_{100 }is equal to **

a) (5 . 2^{99} – 6) b) (5 . 2^{99 }+ 6) c) (6 . 2^{99} + 5) d) ( 6 . 2^{99 } – 5)

Ans. a) (5.2^{99 }– 6)

**Q8) Let N= 55 ^{3 }+ 17^{3 }– 72^{3}, then N is divisible by **

a) Both 7 and 13 b) both 3 and 13 c) both 7 and 17 d) both 3 and 17

Ans. d) both 3 and 17

**Q9) Convert the number 1982 from base 10 to base 12.The result is**

a) 1182 b) 1912 c) 1192 d) 1292

Ans. c) 1192

**Q10) What are the last two digits of 7 ^{2008}?**

a) 21 b) 61 c) 01 d) 41

Ans. c) 01

**PART B**

**Q11) The rightmost non-zero digits of number 30 ^{2720} is**

a)1 b) 3 c) 7 d) 9

Ans. a) 1

**Q12) A can complete a piece of work in 12 days and B is 60 % more efficient than A. In how many days B will complete the same work?**

a) 4 days b) 5 days c) 7.5 days d) 9 days

Ans. c) 7.5 days

**Q13) P and Q are positive integers where √PQ = 8.Which of the following cannot be the value of (P+Q) ?**

a) 65 b) 35 c) 20 d) 16

Ans. b) 35

**Q14) A sphere of radius 4cm is carved from a homogenous sphere of radius 8 cm and mass 160 kg. The mass of the smaller sphere is ?**

a) 80g b) 60g c) 40g d) 20g

Ans. 20g

**Q15) 40 men can complete a work in 20 days. In how many days 50 men can complete it?**

a) 12 days b) 15 days c) 16 days d) 20 days

Ans. c) 16 days

**Q16) A five figure number is formed by the digits 0,1,2,3,4 without repetition. Then the probability that the number formed is divisible by 4 is?**

a) 3/15 b) 5/16 c) 7/16 d) 9/16

Ans. b) 5/16

**Q17) A bag contains 8 white and 6 red balls. The probability of drawing two balls of the same color is**

a)43/88 b) 43/91 c) 43/93 d) none of these

Ans. b) 43/91

** Q18) Let f be a twice differentiable function on R. Given that f”(x) > 0, for all (x) € R,**

a) f(x) = 0 has exactly two solutions on R.

b) f(x) = 0 has a positive solution if f(0) =0 and f’(0) =0.

c) f(x) =0 has no positive solution if f(0) =0 and f’(0) > 0.

d) f(x) = 0 has no positive solution if f(0) = 0 and f’(0) < 0.

Ans. c)

**Q19) Which of the following real- valued functions on (0,1) is uniformly continuous ?**

a) f(x) = 1/x b) f(x) = (sin x)/x c) f(x) = sin (1/x) d) f(x) = (cos x)/x

Ans. b)

**Q20) Let X be a metric space and A ⊆X ,be a connected set with at least two distinct points. Then the number of distinct points in A is**

a) 2 b) more than 2, but finite c) count ably infinite d)uncountable

Ans. d)

**Q21) The number of words that can be formed by permuting the letters of ‘MATHEMATICS’ is **

a) 5040 b) 4989600 c)11! d) 8!

Ans. b)

**Q22) The number of positive divisors of 50,000 is**

a) 20 b)30 c) 40 d) 50

Ans. b)

PART C

**Q23) Let A , B be n × n real matrices. Which of the following statement is correct?**

a) rank (A+B) = rank A + rank B.

b) rank (A+B) ≤ rank A + rank B.

c) rank (A+B)= min{rank(A) , rank(B)}.

d) rank(A+B)= max{rank(A), rank(B)}.

Ans. b)

**Q24) Let f _{n }(x) = { 1 – nx for x € [0, 1/n]**

**0 ****for x € [1/n , 1]**

a) lim*n→∞**f(x)*defines a continuous function on [0,1].

b) lim*n→∞**f(x)*= 0 for all x € [0,1].

c) f(x) converges uniformly on [0,1].

d) lim*n→∞**f(x)** *exists for all x € [0,1].

Ans. d)

**Q25) The number ***2 **e*^{ix }**is **

a) a rational number

b) a transcendental number

c) an irrational number

d) an imaginary number

Ans. c)

**Q26) The last digit of (38) ^{2011 }is**

a) 6 b) 4 c) 2 d) 8

Ans. b)

**Q27) Let M = {( a _{1 }+ a_{2 }+ a_{3}) : a_{1} € {1,2,3,4}, a_{1} +a_{2} + a_{3 }= 6}.Then the number of elements in M is**

a) 8 b) 9 c)10 d)12

Ans. c)

**Q28) The dimension of the vector space of all symmetric matrices A of order n×n ( n ≥2) with real entries, a _{11}=0 and trace zero is**

a) (n^{2 }+n -4)/2 b) (n^{2}-n+4)/2 c) (n^{2}+n-3)/2 d) (n^{2}-n+3)/2

Ans. a)

**Q29) Let a _{n }=sin**

**Π**

**/n .For the sequence a**

_{1}the supremum isa)0 and it is attained

b) 0 and it is not attained

c)1 and it is attained

d) 1 and it is not attained ** **

Ans. c)

**Q30) Consider the ordinary differential equation:**

** ***dx/**dt=***λy ;t> 0**

** y(0)=1,**

**and Euler scheme with step size h**

** ( y _{n-1 }– y_{n})/h = λY_{n }; n>1**

**Y**

_{0}= 1**Which of the following is necessarily true for Y _{1} which approximates Y(h)=**

*e*

^{λh}**?**

a) Y_{1} is a polynomial approximation.

b) Y_{1} is a rational function application.

c) Y_{1} is a trigonometric function approximation.

d) Y_{1} is a truncation of finite series.

Ans. a)

**Q31) Let X be a binomial random variable with parameters [11,1/3]. At which values of k is P(x=k) is maximized?**

a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) 5

Ans. b)

**Q32) Let X _{1, }X_{2 ,………..}X_{n}, n≥3 be a random sample from uniform (θ-5, θ-3).Let X_{(1)} and X_{(n) }denote the smallest and largest of the sample values. Then which of the following are always true?**

a)(X_{(1) }, X_{(n)}) is a complete sufficient for θ.

b) X_{1} +X_{2}-2X_{3 }is an ancillary statistic.

c) X_{(n)} +3 is unbiased for θ.

d) X_{(1)}+5 is consistent for θ.

Ans. b) and d)

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