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Q 2. The value of the sum (i

n 1

n

in1 ) , where i 1 , is

(a) n1 = n2 + 1 (b) n1 + 1 = n2 (c) n1= n2 (d) n1, n2are any two positive integers

2n (1 i)2n 2n (1 i)2n

Q 4. The complex number , ,n Z

(1 i)2n 2n (1 i)2n 2n

n

1 i

Q 5. The smallest positive integral value of n for which is purely imaginary with positive

1 i

imaginary part, is

Q 8. Im(z) is equal to

1 1 1

(a) (z z)i (b) (z z) (c) (z z)i (d) none of these

2 2 2

Q 10. Taking the value of a square root with positive real part only, the value of 3 4i 3 4i is

1

Q 11. sin1 (z 1) , where z is nonreal, can be the angle of a triangle if

i

(a) Re(z) = 1, Im(z) = 2 (b) Re(z) = 1, -1 ≤ Im(z) ≤ 1 (c) Re(z) + Im(z) = 0 (d) none of these

Q 14. The complex numbers sin x – icos 2x and cos x – isin 2x are conjugate to each other for

(a) x = n (b) x = 0 (c) x = (2n + 1) (d) no value of x

2

3

Q 15. If z = 1 + itan , where < < , then |z| is equal to

2

1 1 1 1

(a) (1 4i) (b) (3 4i) (c) (1 4i) (d) (3 4i)

2 2 2 2

t

(a) t(1 – i), t R (b) t(1 + i), t R (c) , t R+ (d) none of these

1 i

z1

|z1 + z2| = |z1| + |z2| then amp is equal to

z2

z 1

Q 20. If z = x + iy such that |z + 1| = |z – 1| and amp then

z 1 4

cos isin

Q 21. Let z , . Then arg z is

cos isin 4 2

3 i

Q 22. If z then the fundamental amplitude of z is

3 i

(a) (b) (c) (d) none of these

3 3 6

1 2i

Q 23. If = r(cos + isin ) then

2i

3 4 4

(a) r = 1, = tan-1 (b) r 5, tan1 (c) r 1, tan1 (d) none of these

4 3 3

Q 25. Let z be a complex number of constant modulus such that z2 is purely imaginary then the

number of possible values of z is

100

3 3

Q 28. If 3 (x + iy) =

49

i and x = ky then k is

2 2

1 1

(a) (b) 3 (c) 3 (d)

3 3

(a) x2 – x + 1 (b) x2 + x + 1 (c) x2 + x – 1 (d) x2 – x – 1

2

5

1

Q 30. If x2 – x + 1 = 0 then the value of x

n 1

n

is

xn

2

24

n 1

Q 31. If 1 + x2 3x then x n is equal to

n 1 x

Q 32. The smallest positive integral value of n for which (1 + 3i )n/2 is real is

(1 i)2n (1 i)2n

is equal to

(1 4 2 )(1 4 2 )

1 2 32 3 2

is equal to

2 3 2 3 22

2r 2r

Q 37. If zr = cos isin , r = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4,….. then z1z2z3z4z5 is equal to

5 5

Q 38. If ei = cos + isin then for the ABC, eiA. eiB . eiC is

Q 39. If ( 3 i )n = ( 3 i )n, n N then the least value of n is

Q 40. If the fourth roots of unity are z1, z2, z3, z4 then z12 z22 z32 z24 is equal to

Q 41. If x3- 1 = 0 has the nonreal complex roots , then the value of (1 + 2 + )3 – (3 + 3 + 5)3 is

334 365

1 3 1 3

Q 42. If i 1 then 4 5 i 3 i is equal to

2 2 2

2

5 7

(a) (b) (c) (d)

6 6 6 6

1 then z86 + z175 + z289 is equal to

2 1|

If is nonreal and = 5 1 then the value of 2|1

2

Q 46. is equal to

Q 47. The value of amp (i) + amp (i2), where i 1 and 3 1 = nonreal, is

(a) 0 (b) (c) (d) none of these

2

1 1

(a) (| |2 | |2 ) (b) (| |2 | |2 )

2 2

Q 49. The set of values of a R for which x2 + i(a – 1)x + 5 = 0 will have a pair conjugate complex roots

is

1 7 1 7i 1 7i 1 7i 1 7i

(a) (b) , (c) i, , (d) none of these

2 2 2 2 2

1 z

Q 52. If |z| = 1 then is equal to

1 z

1 3

(a) (b) (c) 1 (d) none of these

2 4

Q 55. Let z1 = a + ib, z2= p + iq be two unimodular complex numbers such that Im( z1z2 ) = 1. If 1 = a +

ip, 2 = b + iq then

Q 56. If |z1 – 1| < 1, |z2 – 2| < 2, |z3 – 3| < 3 then |z1 + z2 + z3|

(a) is less than 6 (b) is more than 3 (c) is less than 12 (d) lies between 6 and 12

1

(a) | z1 z | (b) z1 z 1 (c) | z1 z | 1 (d) none of these

2

(a) Re(z) > 0 (b) Re(z) < 0 (c) Re(z) > 2 (d) none of these

| z |2 2 | z | 4

Q 60. If log1/ 2 < 0 then the region traced by z is

2 | z |2 1

(a) |z| < 3 (b) 1 < |z| < 3 (c) |z| > 1 (d) |z| < 2

z 1

Q 61. 1 represents

z 1

(a) a circle (b) an ellipse (c) a straight line (d) none of these

Q 63. If A, B, C are three points in the Argand plane representing the complex numbers z1, z2, z3 such

z 2 z 3

that z1 , where R, then the distance of A from the line BC is

1

(a) (b) (c) 1 (d) 0

1

(a) a square (b) an equilateral triangle (c) a rhombus (d) none of these

z4 1

Q 65. If Re then z is represented by a point lying on

2z i 2

(a) a circle (b) an ellipse (c) a straight line (d) none of these

1

Q 66. The angle that the vector representing the complex number makes with the positive

( 3 i)25

direction of the real axis is

2 5

(a) (b) (c) (d)

3 6 6 6

Q 67. If P, P' represent the complex number z1 and its additive inverse respectively then the complex

equation of the circle with PP' as a diameter is

z z1

(a) (b) zz z1z1 0 (c) zz1 zz1 0 (d) none of these

z1 z

Q 68. If |z1| = |z2| = |z3| = |z4| then the points representing z1, z2, z3, z4 are

(c) vertices of a rhombus (d) none of these

Q 69. Suppose z1, z2, z3 are the vertices of an equilateral triangle inscribed in the circle |z| = 2. If z1 = 1

+ 3i and z1, z2, z3 are in the clockwise sense then

Q 70. Suppose z1, z2, z3 are the vertices of an equilateral triangle circumscribing the circle |z| = 1. If z1

= 1 + 3i and z1, z2, z3 are in the anticlockwise sense then z2 is

1

(a) 1 3i (b) 2 (c) (1 3i) (d) none of these

2

z 1

Q 71. If amp then z represents a point on

z 1 3

(a) a straight line (b) a circle (c) a pair of lines (d) none of these

Q 72. If the roots of z3 + iz2 + 2i = 0 represent the vertices of a ABC in the Argand plane then the area

of the triangle is

3 7 3 7

(a) (b) (c) 2 (d) none of these

2 4

Q 73. The equation zz +(4 – 3i)z + (4 + 3i) z + 5 = 0 represents a circle whose radius is

5

(a) 5 (b) 2 5 (c) (d) none of these

2

z 3i

Q 74. If z is a complex number such that = 1 then z lies on

z 3i

(a) the real axis (b) the line Im(z) = 3 (c) a circle (d) none of these

Q 75. Let z1 and z2 be two nonreal complex cube roots of unity and |z – z1|2 + |z – z2|2 = be the

equation of a circle with z1, z2 as ends of a diameter then the value of is

Q 76. Let R. If the origin and the nonreal roots of 2z2 + 2z + = 0 form the three vertices of an

equilateral triangle in the Argand plane then is

2

(a) 1 (b) (c) 2 (d) 1

3

Q 78. The equation |z + i| - |z – i| = k represents a hyperbola if

(a) -2 < k < 2 (b) k > 2 (c) 0 < k < 2 (d) none of these

Q 79. Let OP.OQ = 1 and let O, P, Q be three collinear points. If O and Q represent the complex

numbers 0 and z then P represents

1 1

(a) (b) z (c) (d) none of these

z z

Q 80. Let z 1 t i t 2 t 2 , where t is a real parameter. Then locus of z in the Argand plane is

(a) a hyperbola (b) an ellipse (c) a straight line (d) none of these

Q 81. The area of the triangle whose vertices are i, , , where i 1 and , are the nonreal cube

roots of unity, is

3 3 3 3 3

(a) (b) (c) 0 (d)

2 4 4

(1 ix)(1 2ix)

Q 82. The nonzero real value of x for which is purely real is

1 ix

1 1

Q 83. If z1 ,a 0 and z 2 ,b 0 such that z1 = z2 then

ai 1 bi

(a) z1,z2 ,z3 ,z4 are also roots of the equation (b) z1 is equal to at least one of z1,z2 ,z3 ,z4

(c) z1, z2 , z3 , z4 are also roots of the equation (d) none of these

Q 85. If is a complex constant such that z2 z 0 has a real root then

(a) z1 + z2 = 0 (b) z1z2 = 1 (c) z1 = z2 (d) none of these

| z |2

Q 87. If z is a nonzero complex number then is equal to

zz

z

(a) (b) 1 (c) z (d) none of these

z

(a) real (b) n 1 (c) n (d) not real

4 2

Q 89. If z is a complex number satisfying z + z-1 = 1 then zn + z-n, n N, has the value

Q 90. The value of -n + -2n, n N and is a nonreal cube root of unity, is

Q 91. The value of 4n-1 + 4n-2 + 4n-3, n N and is a nonreal fourth root of unity, is

1 3i

Q 93. If z then

1 i

(a) Re(z) = 2Im(z) (b) Re(z) + 2Im(z) = 0 (c) |z| = 5 (d) amp z = tan-12

zi

Q 94. If z is different from i and |z| = 1 then is

z i

(a) purely real (b) nonreal, whose real and imaginary parts are equal

(a) |z1 + z2| ≤ |z1| + |z1| (b) |z1 – z2| |z1| - |z2|

(c) |z1 + z2| |z1 . z2| (d) |z1 – z2| ≤ |z1 + z2|

Q 96. Let z1, z2 be two complex numbers represented by points on the circle |z| = 1 and |z| = 2

respectively then

1

(c) z 2 3 (d) none of these

z1

Q 97. ABCD is a square, vertices being taken in the anticlockwise sense. If A represents the complex

number z and the intersection of the diagonals is the origin then

(a) B represents the complex number iz (b) D represents the complex number iz

(c) B represents the complex number iz (d) D represents the complex number - iz

(a) a straight line (b) a circle (c) a parabola (d) none of these

Q 99. If z1, z2, z3, z4 are the four complex numbers represented by the vertices of a quadrilateral taken

z4 z1

in order such that z1 – z4 = z2 – z3 and amp then the quadrilateral is a

z2 z1 2

Q 100. If z0, z1 represent point P, Q on the locus |z – 1| = 1 and the line segment PQ subtends and angle

/2 at the point z = 1 then z1 is equal to

i

(a) 1 i(z0 1) (b) (c) 1 i(z0 1) (d) i(z0 1)

z0 1

Q 101. If |z1| = |z2| = |z3| = 1 and z1, z2, z3 are represented by the vertices of an equilateral triangle

then

(a) z1 + z2 + z3 = 0 (b) z1z2z3 = 1 (c) z1z2 = z2z3 + z3z1 = 0 (d) none of these

Q 102. Let A, B, C be three collinear points which are such that AB.AC = 1 and the points are

represented in the Argand plane by the line complex numbers 0, z1, z2 respectively. Then

Q 103. If z1, z2, z3, z4 are represented by the vertices of a rhombus taken in the anticlockwise order then

z2 z 4 z1 z2

(a) z1- z2 + z3 – z4 = 0 (b) z1+ z2 = z3 + z4 (c) amp (d) amp

z1 z3 2 z3 z 4 2

z2

Q 104. If amp 0 and z0 = 3 + 4i then

2z 3i

1 1

Q 105. If z1 z2 and |z1 + z2| = then

z1 z2

(a) at least one of z1.z2 is unimodular (b) both z1, z2 are unimodular

Q 106. Let z1 ,z2 . Then

1 i 1 i

(a) |z1| = |z2| (b) amp z1 + amp z2 = 0 (c) 3|z1| = |z2| (d) 3amp z1 + amp z2 = 0

(a) |amp z1 – amp z2| = (b) |amp z1 – amp z2| =

2

z1 z1

(c) is purely real (d) is purely imaginary

z2 z2

z1 z1 z1

(a) is purely real (b) is purely imaginary (c) z1z2 z2 z1 0 (d) amp

z2 z2 z2 2

1b 2b 3d 4c 5b 6a 7a 8c 9b 10d

11b 12a 13b 14d 15b 16c 17a 18c 19c 20b

21a 22b 23a 24b 25c 26d 27b 28d 29b 30a

31b 32b 33a 34b 35b 36a 37c 38c 39c 40b

41a 42c 43d 44b 45b 46a 47c 48b 49b 50a

51b 52a 53a 54c 55d 56c 57b 58c 59d 60a

61c 62b 63d 64b 65c 66d 67a 68a 69a 70d

71b 72c 73b 74a 75b 76b 77c 78a 79c 80a

81d 82ac 83c 84ab 85acd 86bc 87ab 88ab 89ab 90bc

91b 92bc 93ac 94c 95ab 96abc 97ad 98b 99cd 100ac

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