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#### Brief About Discrete Mathematics

Discrete mathematics refers to a branch of mathematics that deals with the properties of finite and discrete objects. These objects can be numbers, sets, vectors, matrices, or logical propositions.

Discrete mathematics is used in fields such as computer science, engineering, and physics. It is also used in business to solve problems such as inventory management and financial analysis.

#### Discrete Mathematics MCQs with Answers

1. The theory of sets was developed by German mathematician ___

a. George Cantor

b. George Bool

c. George Herbert

d. George Crayon

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]a. George Cantor[/expand]}

2. The two methods of representing a set are-

a. Roster and Tabular

b. Roster and Set Builder

c. Array and Tabular

d. None of the above

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]b. Roster and Set Builder[/expand]}

3. The set of all positive integers whose cube is odd –

a. {2k+1: k≥0, k is an integer}

b. {2k+1: k≥n, n is an integer}

c. {2k+2: k≥0, k is an integer}

d. None of the above

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]a. {2k+1: k≥0, k is an integer}[/expand]}

4. Set {x:x is a positive integer and x²<40} in the roster form is —

a. {1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9}

b. {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6}

c. {1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8}

d. {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6}

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]b. {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6}[/expand]}

(For Ques 1 to 8) For the following sets : Ø, A = {1,3 }, B = {1, 5, 9}, C = {1, 3, 5, 7, 9}, insert the correct symbol between

5. Ø — B

a. =

b. ⊂

c. ⊄

d. ∈

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]b. ⊂[/expand]}

6. A — B

a. =

b. ⊂

c. ⊄

d. ∈

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]c. ⊄[/expand]}

7. A—C

a. =

b. ⊂

c. ⊄

d. ∈

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]b. ⊂[/expand]}

8. B—C

a. =

b. ⊂

c. ⊄

d. ∈

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]b. ⊂[/expand]}

9. Let U = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10}and A = {1, 3, 5, 7, 9}. Then A’ is —

a. {2, 4, 6, 8, 10}

b. {1, 2, 3, 6}

c. {2, 6}

d. {1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8}

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]a. {2, 4, 6, 8, 10}[/expand]}

10. Let A = {2, 4, 6, 8} and B = {6, 8, 10, 12}. Then A∪B is—

a. {2, 5, 6, 10}

b. {2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12}

c. {2, 4, 6, 8}

d. {2, 8, 10, 12}

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]b. {2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12}[/expand]}

11. If A = {a, e, i, o, u} and B = {a, i, u} then which is true

a. A∪B = A

b. A∩B = A

c. A⊂B

d. B⊆A

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]a. A∪B = A[/expand]}

12. If x and y are two sets such that n(x∪y) = 50, n(x) =28 and n(y) = 32, find n(x∩y)

a. 10

b. 20

c. 30

d. 40

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]a. 10[/expand]}

13. A statement is said to be a ___ if it is true for all logical possibilities.

a. theorem

b. tautology

c. anatomy

d. clause

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]b. tautology[/expand]}

The angles of a triangle are in the ratio 2:3:5 find them—

14. In radians

a. π/5, 2π/3, π/3

b. π/5, 3π/10, π/2

c. 3π/3, 2π/4, π/7

d. 2π/4, 4π/3, π/7

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]b. π/5, 3π/10, π/2[/expand]}

15. In degree

a. 30º, 40º, 50º

b. 36º, 54º, 90º

c. 40º, 30º, 120º

d. 20º, 40º, 50º

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]b. 36º, 54º, 90º[/expand]}

16. If two simple statements p and q are connected by the world ‘and’ then the resulting compound statement “p and q” is called a ___.

a. conjunction

b. disjunction

c. set

d. complement

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]a. conjunction[/expand]}

17. Chose the negation of the statement

p: New Delhi is a city.

a. ∼ p: New Delhi is a city

b. ∼ p: New Delhi is not a city

c. ∼ p: It is the case that New Delhi is a city

d. ∼ p: It is true that New Delhi is a city

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]b. ∼ p: New Delhi is not a city[/expand]}

18. Which is the negation of the following conjunction–

Paris is in France and London is in England

a. ∼ p: Paris is not in France, and ∼ q: London is not in England.

b. ∼ p∧q: Paris is not in France or London is not in England

c. ∼ p∧q: Paris is in France and London is not in England

d. ∼ p∧q: Paris is not in France or London is in England

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]b. ∼ p∧q: Paris is not in France or London is not in England[/expand]}

19. Which is the negation of the following conjunctions:-

2+3 = 5 and 8<10.

a. ~ p: 2+3 = 5 and q: 8<10.

b. ~ p: 2+3 =5 and q: 8 =10

c. ~ p∧q = 2+3 ≠ 5 or (8<10)

d. ~ p∧q = 2+3 ≠ 5 and (8<10)

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]c. ~ p∧q = 2+3 ≠ 5 or (8<10)[/expand]}

20. If a and b are any two elements of a group G, then the equations ax = b and ya = ___ have unique solutions in G.

a. b

b. a

c. a & b

d. y

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]a. b[/expand]}

21. If every element of a group G is its own inverse then G is ___

a. Unique

b. Same

c. Abelian

d. Alone

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]c. Abelian[/expand]}

22. Radian is constant angle and π = ___

a. 270º

b. 360º

c. 170º

d. 180º

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]d. 180º[/expand]}

23. θ = s/___

a. r

b. l

c. k

d. m

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]a. r[/expand]}

24. (Sinθ + Cosecθ)^{²} + (Cosθ + Secθ)^{²} = 7+ tan^{²}θ + ___

a. Sec^{² }θ

b. Cot^{²} θ

c. Cosec^{² }θ

d. Cos^{²} θ

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]b. Cot² θ[/expand]}

25. (tanθ + secθ – 1)/ (tanθ – secθ +1) = (1+sinθ)/___

a. cosθ

b. sinθ

c. secθ

d. tanθ

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]a. cosθ[/expand]}

26. sec 30° tan 60° + sin 45° cosec45° + cos 30° cot 60° = ___

a. 6/7

b. 2/9

c. 7/2

d. 0

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]c. 7/2[/expand]}

27. If f(x) = logX, X>0 then f’(X) = ___

a. ½

b. 2/3

c. 1/x

d. 1/5

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]c. 1/x[/expand]}

28. If f(x) = cos x then f’(x) = ___

a. – sin x

b. – tan x

c. – sec x

d. – cot x

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]a. – sin x[/expand]}

29. sec (45° + A) sec [90° – (45° + A)] = ___

a. 2 cosec 2A

b. 3 sec 2A

c. 2 sec 2A

d. 0

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]c. 2 sec 2A[/expand]}

30. If y = secx then dy/dx is ___

a. secx tanx

b. cosecx secx

c. sinx cosx

d. tanx cotx

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]a. secx tanx[/expand]}

31. If sinθ = √3/2, cosθ = ½ thenθ = ___

a. π/4

b. π/5

c. π/2

d. π/3

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]d. π/3[/expand]}

32. If sinθ = -√3/2, cosθ = -1/2 thenθ = -2π/3

a. π/3

b. -2π/3

c. -π/3

d. -4π/3

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]b. -2π/3[/expand]}

33. ∫ sin 10x sin 2x dx = ___

a. (sin x)/x – ½ (sin 2x)/4 + c

b. (sin 8x)/x – ½ (sin 12x)/24 + c

c. (sin 2x)/x – ½ (sin x)/4 + c

d. (sin 8x)/x + ½ (sin 12x)/24 + c

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]b. (sin 8x)/x – ½ (sin 12x)/24 + c[/expand]}

34. ∫ sec^{² }(7-4x)dx = ___

a. –tan (7-4x)/4 + c

b. –tan (7-4x) + c

c. tan (7-4x)/4 + c

d. –tan (7+x)/4 + c

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]a. –tan (7-4x)/4 + c[/expand]}

35. ∫ (sin√x)/ √x = ___

a. –2cos√x + c

b. 2cos√x + c

c. -sin√x + c

d. sin√x

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]a. –2cos√x + c[/expand]}

36. ∫ secx dx = ___

a. log(secx + cotx)dx

b. log(secx + tanx)dx

c. log(secx + cosecx)dx

d. log(secx + cosx)dx

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]b. log(secx + tanx)dx[/expand]}

37. ∫ (x+4)/(6x – 7 – x^{²})dx = ___

a. – ½ log(6x – 7 – x^{²}) +(7/2√2)log(√2 + x – 3)/(√2 – x ) + c

b. – ½ log(6x ) +(7/2√2)log(√2 + x – 3)/(√2 – x + 3) + c

c. – ½ log(6x – 7 – x^{²}) +(7/2√2)log(√2 + x – 3)/(√2 – x + 3) + c

d. ½ log(6x – x^{²}) +(7/2√2)log(√2 + x – 3)/(√2 – x + 3) + c

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]c. – ½ log(6x – 7 - x²) +(7/2√2)log(√2 + x – 3)/(√2 – x + 3) + c[/expand]}

38. ∫(a^{²} + x^{²})dx = ___

a. log(x+√(x^{²} + a^{²}) + x√(a^{²} + x^{²}) + c

b. a^{²}/2log(x+√(x^{²} + a^{²}) + x√(a^{²} + x^{²})/2 + c

c. a^{²}log(x+√(x^{²} + a^{²}) + √(a^{²} + x^{²})/2 + c

d. a^{²}/2log(x-√(x^{²} + a^{²}) – x√(a^{²} + x^{²})/2 + c

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]b. a²/2log(x+√(x² + a²) + x√(a² + x²)/2 + c[/expand]}

39. If x+iy = √(a+ib)/(c+id) then (x^{²} + y^{²})^{²} = ___

a. (a^{²}+b^{²})/(c^{²})

b. (a^{²}+b^{²})/(d^{²})

c. (a^{²}+b^{²})

d. (a^{²}+b^{²})/(c^{²}+d^{²})

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]d. (a²+b²)/(c²+d²)[/expand]}

40. ∫ dx/(3x^{²} + 13x –10) = ___

a. 1/17log(3x – 2)/3 + c

b. log(3x – 2)/(x + 5) + c

c. 1/17log(3x – 2)/3(x + 5) + c

d. 1/17log(3x – 2)/(x + 5) + c

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]c. 1/17log(3x – 2)/3(x + 5) + c[/expand]}

41. Which of the following are true?

a. The identity element in a group is unique.

b. In a group G the inverse of an element is unique.

c. Closure: For every a, b ∈ G, a * b ∈ G

d. Associative: For every a, b, c ∈ G, a * (b *c) = (a * b) * c

e. If a and b are any two elements of a group G, then the equations ax = b and ya = b have many solutions.

i. a, b, c, e

ii. a, b, c, d

iii. a, c, e

iv. none of these

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]ii. a, b, c, d[/expand]}

42. Which are true?

a. sin²x + cos²x = 1

b. 1+ tan²x = sec²x

c. 1-cos²x = cosec²x

d. 1 + cot²x = cosec²x

e. 1-cos²x = sin²x

i. a, c, e

ii. b, c, d

iii. a, b, d, e

iv. none of the above

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]iii. a, b, d, e[/expand]}

43. (tanx + secx – 1)/(tanx – secx +1) = ___

a. cosx/(1-sinx)

b. sinx/(1-sinx)

c. tanx/(1+cosx)

d. cosx/(1-tanx)

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]a. cosx/(1-sinx)[/expand]}

44. The value of x for which ((3x + 1), 2) =(7,2)

a. 5

b. 3

c. 2

d. None of the above

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]c. 2[/expand]}

45. If x = acos²t + bsin²t then (x – a)(x – b) = ___

a. sin²t cos²t

b. (a – b) ² sin²t

c. (a – b) ² sin²t cos²t

d. (a – b) ²cos²t

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]c. (a – b) ² sin²t cos²t[/expand]}

46. (1- sinA + cosA)² = ___

a. (1+cosA)

b. 2(1-sinA)(1+cosA)

c. (1-sinA)(1+cosA)

d. 2(1-sinA)(1-cosA)

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]b. 2(1-sinA)(1+cosA)[/expand]}

47. ∫ x sin² xdx = ___

a. ¼(x² – x sin 2x )

b. ¼(x² + x sin 2x – cos2x) + c

c. ¼(x² – x sin 2x – (cos2x)/2) + c

d. (x² – x sin 2x – (cos2x)/2) + c

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]c. ¼(x² - x sin 2x – (cos2x)/2) + c[/expand]}

48. For applied mathematics, the study of the differential equation consists of ___

a. Formation of the differential equation from the given problem.

b. Solution of the differential equation, evaluating the arbitrary constants from the given condition.

c. The degree of a differential equation is the degree of the highest derivative appearing in it.

d. Physical preparation of the solution.

e. Problems in the oscillation of mechanical, electrical systems, bending of beams.

i. a, b, e

ii. a, c, e

iii. a, b, d

iv. none

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]iii. a, b, d[/expand]}

49. If tanα = 1/3 and tanβ = 1/7 then 2α + β = ___

a. π/2

b. π/4

c. π/5

d. π/6

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]b. π/4[/expand]}

50. If tan(x/2) = t then cosx = ___

a. (1- t²)/( t²)

b. (1 + t²)

c. (1- t²)/(1 + t²)

d. (1- t²)

^{[expand title="Show Answer"]c. (1- t²)/(1 + t²)[/expand]}

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