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January 5th, 2014, 06:48 PM
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CSIR UGC Mathematics Solved Paper

Please provide me question paper for the mathematics science question paper for the CSIR UGC NET examination ?
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January 6th, 2014, 11:37 AM
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Re: CSIR UGC Mathematics Solved Paper

Here I am giving you question paper for the mathematics science question paper for the CSIR UGC NET examination in a PDF file with it .. some question are given below :

A king ordered that a golden crown
made for him from 8 kg of gold and 2 kg
silver. The goldsmith took away some
amount of gold and replaced it by an equal
amount of silver and the crown when made,
weighed 10 kg. Archimedes itnew that
under water gold lost 1/20th of its weight,
while silver lost l/loth . When the crown
was weighed under water, it was 9.25 kg.
tiaw much gold was stolen by the
goldsmith?

A ray of light, after getting reflected
twice from a hemispherical mirror of
radius R (see the above figure), emerges
parallel to the incident ray. The
separation of the original incident ray
and the final reflected ray is

What is the angle between the minute and
hour hands of a clock at 7:35?

A strcnm ol ants go from point A to point
13 and xiurn to A dong thc samc path.
All the ants move at a constant spccd and
froin my givcn point 2 ants pass per
sccond ollc way. It takes 1 minute for an
ant to go from A to B. How many
returning ants will an ant meet in its
joulrxcy from A to B?

A large tank filled with water is to be
emptied by removing half of the water
present in it everyday, After how many
days will there be closest to 10% water left
in the tank
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February 28th, 2015, 06:01 PM
 Super Moderator Join Date: Dec 2011 Posts: 14,245
Re: CSIR UGC Mathematics Solved Paper

You need CSIR University Grants Commission Mathematics solved question paper, I am giving here:

Let u, v, w be three points in 3 not lying in any plane containing the origin.
Then
1  1 u +  2 v +  3 w = 0 =>  1 = 

2 =  3 = 0 2 u, v, w are mutually orthogonal

3 one of u, v, w has to be zero

4 u, v , w cannot be pairwise orthogonal

Let K be an extension of the field Q of rational numbers
1 If K is a finite extension then it is an algebraic extension
2 If K is an algebraic extension then it must be a finite extension
3 If K is an algebraic extension then it must be an infinite extension
4 If K is a finite extension then it need not be an algebraic extension

Consider the group S9 of all the permutations on a set with 9 elements.
What is the largest order of a permutation in S9 ?
1 21
2 20
3 30
4 14

Suppose V is a real vector space of dimension 3. Then the number of pairs of linearly independent vectors in V is
1 one
2 infinity
3 e3
4 3

For detailed paper here is attachment;

CSIR UGC mathematics paper

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