This set has been created exclusively for the JEE-MAIN exam that will be held in the month of April. My best wishes to all those who are taking the prestigious exam this year. You've truly been an inspiration to all the members of this fantastic website. i'm sure that your diligence and hard-work will not go in vain and all of you will succeed with flying colors!

P.S: These questions are not original, but adhere to the general pattern of the JEE paper. Also you may notice that these questions might get a Level 5 initially. Please don't be critical about it! I've done it just for fun:D

Do post your queries and feedback in the comments below. I'll be glad to respond to them!

Also try my other set, Best of Me

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TopNewestQuery 1: Swain Sir, with all deference, what is the meaning of 'fin'? Also, how many marks do I get for my presentation of the question? Or will you fail me again!

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"Fin" means "The End" , in French .

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You shall get a BIG ROUND \(0\) xD. Just kidding.!

BTW you're talking about the integral question, right?

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I'm sorry. I had to write a solution to Gambler's Luck. You can't believe the mess I got into after reposting it.The only part which I was not entirely convinced with was your reasoning. According to me, it should be what I have written. If you still wish to post your solution, please do go ahead.

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No need to be sorry:), I quite expected that.

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What are we doing for the India Open? I intend to go from tomorrow. You're in, toh?

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Achchaa call me oonce about tomorrow.

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Okay!

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Lol! Actually i am 16 right now, and Ishan's class mate! By mistake my account shows '17'. I'll be taking JEE in 2017:)

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Oh! My bad then .

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No probs bro!

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He's a couple of months younger to me. It's interesting how he became 'older' than me!

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Mine's on 20th October .

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Cool ! Even my sister has her B'day on that same date , just that she's a year younger than you guys .

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No, it had actually come down to 140 from 330 or so, but then it rose again. Wait with patience; after some time, it will rise again. I know you're very disappointed; even I was when this had happened to my question. Keep your fingers crossed; it might rise when Sir sees your comment.

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Arre, i'm not at all dissapointed:) But what i noticed is that some of my latex coding have been modified. Therefore, it must have been done by some moderator.

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can u create a new set for jee advanced also

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Sure, I will be working on it soon.

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@Samarpit Swain Nice question! Completely stumped as of now, don't know how to approach it..\[\]Aachchaa, Swain Sir, are you sure it is \((8y-4y^2-3)\) in the second equation? The signs do not seem to match with those of the other two equations. Lastly, just make it a bit neater (I was going to edit it, but then I thought you should be the one to decide). For example, remove the \textbf, and put the three equations using just the backslash and square brackets around each of them. \[\] PS. Could you reshare those two questions of mine one last time? The points have come down quite a bit.

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Done! Secondly, the equations are not completely symmetric, hence the difference. I tried to make it symmetric but it was giving faulty results.

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Thanks a lot! Aah, OK then.\[\] By the way, was just thinking about Djokovic and the other boy. Think they were the only good thing about that quiz...

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Aachchaa Swain Sir, I had to re-post the problem. It's the same, so just plug in the answer.

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Yeah thanks! I have done it.

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I think you must be called the "Re-poster" . You repost almost all of your questions :P

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Really good question:) At first, I split it up into 3 series without checking for their convergence(and all 3 turned out to be divergent!). Finally had to use the Dominated Convergence Theorem and the Monotone Convergence Theorem. What about you?

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great.....some questions are really difficult

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Just one like.

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