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$f:R→R$
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(c)
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$S={xϵ(−π,π):x=0,+2π }$
The sum of all distinct solutions of the equation
$3 secx+cosecx+2(tanx−cotx)=0$
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210 (b) 252 (c) 125 (d) 126
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$M$
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The number of resonance structures for N is
Coefficient of
$x_{11}$
in the expansion of
$(1+x_{2})_{4}(1+x_{3})_{7}(1+x_{4})_{12}$
is 1051 b. 1106 c. 1113 d. 1120
Let
$f:R→R$
and
$g:R→R$
be two non-constant differentiable functions. If
$f_{prime}(x)=(e_{(f(x)−g(x))})g_{prime}(x)$
for all
$x∈R$
, and
$f(1)=g(2)=1$
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$f(2)<1−(g)_{e}2$
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in the set S is equal to
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be the number of subsets of S, each containing five elements out of which exactly
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$M$
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$2×2$
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$M$
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$M$
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$M$
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$M$
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$M$
$M$
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$M$
is not the square of an integer
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$y_{2}=4x$
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$27 $
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