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**Question 1** : If Find the values of x. (View Answer Video)

**Question 2** : If then find the value of x. (View Answer Video)

**Question 3** :

Write the value of the following:

**Question 4** : Write the principal value of (View Answer Video)

**Question 5** : Write the principal value of (View Answer Video)

**Question 1** : Find . (View Answer Video)

**Question 2** : (View Answer Video)

**Question 3** : Find the integral of the function . (View Answer Video)

**Question 4** : Find the integral of the function . (View Answer Video)

**Question 5** : Find: . (View Answer Video)

**Question 1** : Let defined as f(x) = x be an identity function. Then, (View Answer Video)

**Question 2** : Functions are defined respectively, by , find . (View Answer Video)

**Question 3** : The identity element for the binary operation * defined by a * b = , where a, b are the elements of a set of non-zero rational numbers, is, (View Answer Video)

**Question 4** : Number of binary operations on the set { a, b} are: (View Answer Video)

**Question 5** : Let A ={1, 2, 3}. Then number of equivalence relations containing (1, 2) is: (View Answer Video)

**Question 1** : The objective function is maximum or minimum, which lies on the boundary of the feasible region. (View Answer Video)