# Mathematics - Objective Type Questions - Plus Two - Collection 1

In this post, we present some sample objective type questions that can be asked in the higher secondary mathematics examination. There are a total of 40 one mark questions divided into sets of 8. It is really worth giving a good practice on these questions as this would equip the candidate well for the final examination.

1) If A = then the value of AAT is

a) 3
b) 0
c) 1
d) 2

2) If the matrix has an inverse then the values of K

a) k is any real number
b) k = -4
c) k ≠ -4
d) k ≠ 4

3) If the equation -2x+y+z=l, x-2y+z=m, x+y-2z=n such that l+m+n=0, then the system has

a) a non-zero unique solution
b) trivial solution
c) Infinitely many solutions
d) No Solution

4) Which of the following is not true regarding the non-singular matrices A, B

b) (AB)-1= B-1A-1
c) (AB)T = BTAT
d) (AT)-1≠ (A-1)T

5) If and are two unit vectors and ϴ is the angle between them, then ( + ) is a unit vector if
a) ϴ=��/3     b)  ϴ=��/4    c) ϴ=��/2    d) ϴ=2��/3
6) The shortest distance of the point (2,10,1) from the plane .(3 - + 4 ) = 2 is

a) b) c) 2

d) 7) If the magnitude of moment about the point + of a force + a - acting through the point + is then the value of a is

a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4

8) If the points (3, 2, - 4), (9, 8, - 10) and ($, 4, - 6) are collinear then$ is

a) 5
b) -5
c) 5/2
d) 10

Check out part 2 here.