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Explore the Back-StoryHere, you will find all the questions of ISI Entrance Paper 2009 from Indian Statistical Institute's B.Stat Entrance. You will also get the solutions soon of all the previous year problems.

**Problem 1:**

If times the sum of the first natural numbers is equal to the sum of the squares of the first natural numbers, then is

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 2:**

Two circles touch each other at . The two common tangents to the circles, none of which pass through meet at . They touch the larger circle at and The larger circle has radius units and has length units. Then the radius of the smaller circle is

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 3:**

Suppose is a ten-digit number, where the digits are all distinct. Moreover, satisfy are consecutive even digits and are consecutive odd digits. Then is

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 4:**

Let be a right angled triangle with . Construct three equilateral triangles and so that and are on opposite sides of and are on opposite sides of and are on opposite sides of . Then

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

**Problem 5:**

The value of is

(A) ;

(B) a multiple of

(C) not an integer;

(D) a multiple of .

**Problem 6:**

Let where

and is a complex cube root of Then is

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

**Problem 7:**

The number of solutions of in the interval satisfying

is

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 8:**

A building with ten storeys, each storey of height metres, stands on one side of a wide street. From a point on the other side of the street directly opposite to the building, it is observed that the three uppermost storeys together subtend an angle equal to that subtended by the two lowest storeys. The width of the street is

(A) metres;

(B) metres;

(C) metres;

(D) metres.

**Problem 9:**

A collection of black and white balls are to be arranged on a straight line, such that each ball has at least one neighbour of different colour. If there are black balls, then the maximum number of white balls that allows such an arrangement is

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 10:**

Let be a real-valued function satisfying where and are distinct real numbers and and are non-zero real numbers. Then will have real solution when

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D)

**Problem 11:**

A circle is inscribed in a square of side , then a square is inscribed in that circle, a circle is inscribed in the latter square, and so on. If is the sum of the areas of the first circles so inscribed, then, is

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 12:**

Let and be two arithmetic progressions. Then the number of distinct integers in the collection of first terms of each of the progressions is

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 13:**

Consider all the -letter words that can be formed by arranging the letters in in all possible ways. Any two such words are called equivalent if those two words maintain the same relative order of the letters and For example, and are equivalent. How many words are there which are equivalent to ?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

**Problem 14:**

The limit

equals

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 15:**

Let and be real numbers satisfying Then the set of real numbers such that the equations and have real solutions for and is

(A) ;

(B)

(C)

(D) .

**Problem 16:**

Let be an onto and differentiable function defined on to such that Which of the following statements is necessarily true?

(A) is greater than or equal to for all ;

(B) is smaller than for all ;

(C) is greater than or equal to for some ;

(D) is smaller than for some .

**Problem 17:**

The area of the region bounded by is

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 18:**

Let and be two positive valued functions defined on such that and is an even function with . Then satisfies

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C)

(D) .

**Problem 19:**

How many possible values of with real, are there such that and

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 20:**

What is the maximum possible value of a positive integer , such that for any choice of seven distinct elements from there will exist two numbers and satisfying

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D) .

**Problem 21:**

Which of the following are roots of the equation

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 22:**

The equation has

(A) two positive roots;

(B) two real roots;

(C) three real roots;

(D) none of the above.

**Problem 23:**

If then

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D) .

**Problem 24:**

Suppose is a quadrilateral such that the coordinates of and are and respectively. For which choices of coordinates of will be a trapezium?

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 25:**

Let and be two real numbers such that holds. Which of the following are possible values of

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 26:**

Let be a differentiable function satisfying for all . Then

(A) is an odd function;

(B) for all ;

(C) for all

(D) If then .

**Problem 27:**

Consider the function

Then

(A) ;* *

(B) ;

(C) is continuous for all ;

(B) is differentiable for all .

**Problem 28:**

Which of the following graphs represent functions whose derivatives have a maximum in the interval ?

**Problem 29:**

A collection of geometric figures is said to satisfy Helly property if the following condition holds:

for any choice of three figures from the collection satisfying and one must have

Which of the following collections satisfy Helly property?

(A) A set of circles;

(B) A set of hexagons;

(C) A set of squares with sides parallel to the axes;

(D) A set of horizontal line segments.

**Problem 30:**

Consider an arrav of rows and columns obtained by arranging the first integers in some order. Let be the maximum of the numbers in the i-th row and be the minimum of the numbers in the -th column. If

,

then which of the following statements are necessarily true?

(A)

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

Here, you will find all the questions of ISI Entrance Paper 2009 from Indian Statistical Institute's B.Stat Entrance. You will also get the solutions soon of all the previous year problems.

**Problem 1:**

If times the sum of the first natural numbers is equal to the sum of the squares of the first natural numbers, then is

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 2:**

Two circles touch each other at . The two common tangents to the circles, none of which pass through meet at . They touch the larger circle at and The larger circle has radius units and has length units. Then the radius of the smaller circle is

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 3:**

Suppose is a ten-digit number, where the digits are all distinct. Moreover, satisfy are consecutive even digits and are consecutive odd digits. Then is

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 4:**

Let be a right angled triangle with . Construct three equilateral triangles and so that and are on opposite sides of and are on opposite sides of and are on opposite sides of . Then

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

**Problem 5:**

The value of is

(A) ;

(B) a multiple of

(C) not an integer;

(D) a multiple of .

**Problem 6:**

Let where

and is a complex cube root of Then is

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

**Problem 7:**

The number of solutions of in the interval satisfying

is

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 8:**

A building with ten storeys, each storey of height metres, stands on one side of a wide street. From a point on the other side of the street directly opposite to the building, it is observed that the three uppermost storeys together subtend an angle equal to that subtended by the two lowest storeys. The width of the street is

(A) metres;

(B) metres;

(C) metres;

(D) metres.

**Problem 9:**

A collection of black and white balls are to be arranged on a straight line, such that each ball has at least one neighbour of different colour. If there are black balls, then the maximum number of white balls that allows such an arrangement is

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 10:**

Let be a real-valued function satisfying where and are distinct real numbers and and are non-zero real numbers. Then will have real solution when

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D)

**Problem 11:**

A circle is inscribed in a square of side , then a square is inscribed in that circle, a circle is inscribed in the latter square, and so on. If is the sum of the areas of the first circles so inscribed, then, is

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 12:**

Let and be two arithmetic progressions. Then the number of distinct integers in the collection of first terms of each of the progressions is

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 13:**

Consider all the -letter words that can be formed by arranging the letters in in all possible ways. Any two such words are called equivalent if those two words maintain the same relative order of the letters and For example, and are equivalent. How many words are there which are equivalent to ?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

**Problem 14:**

The limit

equals

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 15:**

Let and be real numbers satisfying Then the set of real numbers such that the equations and have real solutions for and is

(A) ;

(B)

(C)

(D) .

**Problem 16:**

Let be an onto and differentiable function defined on to such that Which of the following statements is necessarily true?

(A) is greater than or equal to for all ;

(B) is smaller than for all ;

(C) is greater than or equal to for some ;

(D) is smaller than for some .

**Problem 17:**

The area of the region bounded by is

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 18:**

Let and be two positive valued functions defined on such that and is an even function with . Then satisfies

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C)

(D) .

**Problem 19:**

How many possible values of with real, are there such that and

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 20:**

What is the maximum possible value of a positive integer , such that for any choice of seven distinct elements from there will exist two numbers and satisfying

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D) .

**Problem 21:**

Which of the following are roots of the equation

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 22:**

The equation has

(A) two positive roots;

(B) two real roots;

(C) three real roots;

(D) none of the above.

**Problem 23:**

If then

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D) .

**Problem 24:**

Suppose is a quadrilateral such that the coordinates of and are and respectively. For which choices of coordinates of will be a trapezium?

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 25:**

Let and be two real numbers such that holds. Which of the following are possible values of

(A) ;

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

**Problem 26:**

Let be a differentiable function satisfying for all . Then

(A) is an odd function;

(B) for all ;

(C) for all

(D) If then .

**Problem 27:**

Consider the function

Then

(A) ;* *

(B) ;

(C) is continuous for all ;

(B) is differentiable for all .

**Problem 28:**

Which of the following graphs represent functions whose derivatives have a maximum in the interval ?

**Problem 29:**

A collection of geometric figures is said to satisfy Helly property if the following condition holds:

for any choice of three figures from the collection satisfying and one must have

Which of the following collections satisfy Helly property?

(A) A set of circles;

(B) A set of hexagons;

(C) A set of squares with sides parallel to the axes;

(D) A set of horizontal line segments.

**Problem 30:**

Consider an arrav of rows and columns obtained by arranging the first integers in some order. Let be the maximum of the numbers in the i-th row and be the minimum of the numbers in the -th column. If

,

then which of the following statements are necessarily true?

(A)

(B) ;

(C) ;

(D) .

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