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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR KVPY TEST PAPER(STREAM-SA)YEAR : 2011

1.In Year 2011, Question Number 1-60 each carries 1 (one) mark, Maths(1-15), Physics(16-30), Chemistry(31-45), Biology(46-60) & Question Number 61 to 80 each carries2 marks, Maths(61-65), Physics(66-70), Chemistry(71-75), Biology(76-80).2.Blank papers, clip boards, log tables, slide rule, calculators, mobile or any otherelectronic gadgets in any form is not allowed.3.Write your Name and Roll No. in the space provided in the bottom of this booklet.4.Before answering the paper, fill up the required details in the blank space provided inthe answer sheet.5.There is negative marking for each wrong answer. For 1 mark question

–

0.25 marks

will be deducted and for 2 mark question

–

0.50 marks will be deducted. So attempt

each question carefully.6.Do not forget to mention your roll number neatly and clearly in the blank space providedin the answer sheet.7.In case of any dispute, the answer filled in the OMR sheet available with the instituteshall be final.Time : 3Hr. Max. Marks : 100

CLASS-XI_STREAM-SA_PAGE # 1

PART-A (1 Mark)

MATHEMATICS

1.

Suppose a, b, c are three distinct real numbers. LetP(x) =)ca)(ba(
)cx)(bx(

!!!!

+)ab)(cb(
)ax)(cx(

!!!!

+)bc)(ac(
)bx)(ax(

!!!!

When simplified, P(x) becomes(A) 1(B) x(C)

)ac)(cb)(ba(
)cabcab)(cba(x

2

!!!"

(D) 0

2.

Let a, b, x, y be real numbers such that a

2

+ b

2

= 81, x

2

+ y

2

= 121 and ax + by = 99. Then the set of allpossible values of ay

–

bx is

(A)

#$%&'(

119,0

(B)

)*+&'(

119,0

(C) {0}(D)

)*+,-./

,119

3.

Ifax1x

0

,

bx1x

32

0

, then

23

x1x

"

is(A) a

3

+ a

2

–

3a

–

2

–

b

(B) a

3

–

a

2

–

3a + 4

–

b

(C) a

3

–

a

2

+ 3a

–

6

–

b

(D) a

3

+ a

2

+ 3a

–

16

–

b

4.

Let a, b, c, d be real numbers such that |a

–

b| = 2, |b

–

c| = 3, |c

–

d| = 4. Then the sum of all possible

values of |a

–

d| is

(A) 9(B) 18(C) 24(D) 30

5.

Below are four equations in x. Assume that 0 < r < 4. Which of the following equations has the largestsolution for x ?(A)

9r15

x

0)*+&'(1"

(B)

917r15

x

0)*+&'("

(C) 5 (1 + 2r)

x

= 9(D)

9r115

x

0)*+&'("

6.

Let ABC be a triangle with

2

B = 90

°. Let AD be the bisector of

2

A with D on BC. Suppose AC = 6 cm andthe area of the triangle ADC is 10 cm

2

. Then the length of BD in cm is equal to(A)

53

(B)

103

(C)

35

(D)

310

7.

A piece of paper in the shape of a sector of a circle (see Fig.1) is rolled up to form a right-circular cone(see Fig. 2). The value of the angle

3

is (A)

1310

1

(B)

139

1

(C)

135

1

(D)

136

1

YEAR-2011 (KVPY-STREAM-SA)

CLASS-XI_STREAM-SA_PAGE # 2

8.

In the adjoining figure AB = 12 cm, CD = 8 cm, BD = 20 cm;

2

ABD =

2

AEC =

2

EDC = 90

°. IF BE = x,

then(A) x has two possible values whose difference is 4(B) x has two possible values whose sum is 28(C) x has only one value and x

4

12(D) x cannot be determined with the given information

9.

Three circles each of radius 1 touch one another externally and they lie between two parallel lines. Theminimum possible distance between the lines is(A)

32

"

(B)

33

"

(C) 4(D)312

"

10.

The number of distinct prime divisors of the number 512

3

–

253

3

–

259

3

is(A) 4(B) 5(C) 6(D) 7

11.

Consider an incomplete pyramid of balls on a square base having 18 layers; and having 13 balls on eachside of the top layer. Then the total number N of balls in that pyramid satisfies(A) 9000 < N < 10000(B) 8000 < N < 9000(C) 7000 < N < 8000(D) 10000 < N < 12000

12.

A man wants to reach a certain destination. One sixth of the total distance is muddy while half thedistance is tar road. For the remaining distance he takes a boat. His speed of traveling in mud, in wateron tar roaed is in the ratio 3 : 4 : 5. The ratio of the durations he requires to cross the patch of mud. streamand tar road is:(A)

25:54:21

(B) 3 : 8 : 15(C) 10 : 15 : 18(D) 1 : 2 : 3

13.

A frog is presently located at the origin (0, 0) in the xy-plane. It always jumps from a point with integercoordinates to a point with integer coordinates moving a distance of 5 units in each jump. What is theminimum number of jumps required for the frog to go from (0, 0) to (0, 1) ?(A) 2(B) 3(C) 4(D) 9

14.

A certain 12-hour digital clock displays the hour and the minute of a day. Due to a defect in the clockwhenever the digit 1 is supposed to be displayed it displays 7. What fraction of the day will the clockshow the correct time ?(A)21(B)

85

(C)43(D)

65

15.

There are 30 questions in a multiple-choice test. A student gets 1 mark for each unattempted question, 0mark for each wrong answer and 4 marks for each correct answer. A student answered x questionscorrectly and scored 60. Then the number of possible value of x is(A) 15(B) 10(C) 6(D) 5

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