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**BRILLIANT’S MOCK TEST 7
**

FOR STUDENTS OF

**BITSAT 2008 MTP 7/QNS
**

Test Booklet Code

**OUR ONE/TWO-YEAR POSTAL COURSE
**

TOWARDS

BITSAT, 2008

Time: 3 Hours Read the following instructions carefully:

G

Maximum Marks: 450

1. Immediately fill in the particulars on the Answer Book with Blue/Black Ball Point Pen. 2. The Answer Sheet is kept inside this Test Booklet. When you are directed to open the Test Booklet, take out the Answer Sheet and fill in the particulars carefully. 3. The candidate should write their Enrolment No. only in the space provided on the Test Booklet/Answer Sheet. 4. For each correct response, the candidate will get 3 marks. For each incorrect response, one mark will be deducted from the total score. No deduction from the total score, however, will be made if no response is indicated for an item in the Answer Sheet. 5. The test is of 3 hours duration. 6. The test consists of 150 questions. 7. The maximum marks are 450. 8. Use Blue/Black Ball Point Pen only for writing particulars/marking responses on Side − 1 and Side − 2 of the Answer Sheet. 9. Rough work is to be done on the space provided for this purpose in the Test Booklet only. 10. Do not fold or make any stray marks on the Answer Sheet. 11. Use of Electronic/Manual Calculator is prohibited .

**Name of the Candidate (in Capitals): ........................................................................... Enrolment Number:
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**2 PART I: MATHEMATICS 1. The roots of the equation x2 + 2(3a + 5)x + 2(9a + 25) = 0 are rational for (1) a∈R
**

5 (3) a = 3

2

**4. a, b, c are in G.P. p, q, r form another G.P. Then (1) A.P. (2) G.P.
**

a b c , , are in p q r

(2) a =

4 5

(4) no value of a

**(3) H.P. (4) Arithmetico Geometric 5. The number of distinct real roots if
**

sin x cos x cos x cos x sin x cos x = 0 in cos x cos x sin x π π is , 2 2

2. If x = log 1 ⁄ 3 5, y = log1 ⁄ 17 25, which one of the following is correct? (1) x < y (3) x > y (2) x = y (4) x > 2y

(1) 0

(2) 1

(3) 2

1 a b

(4) 3

0 0 1 0 c 1

3. If a, b, c are in A.P., then 3ax + 5, 3bx + 5, 3cx + 5 are in (1) A.P. (2) G.P, only when x > 0 (3) G.P, if x < 0 (4) G.P, V x ≠ 0 (2) (1) 6. The inverse of the matrix

is

1 a b

0 0 0 0 c 1

1 0 0 a 1 0 a b 1

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3 (3)

a 1 0 0 1 a c b a 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 c 1

**the probability that x
**

3 5 31 50

50 > 24 is x 29 50

(4)

b c 1

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

50

14 25 2 ,

2

n

11. The digit in unit place of

7. 100 balls are numbered as 1, 2, 3, . . . 100. If the number of ways of selecting r balls with replacement out of these such that the largest number selected is 10, is 271. Then r = (1) 4 (2) 5 (3) 3 (4) 6

r=0

∑

r

where n is any natural number greater than 1, is (1) 1 (2) 0 (3) 6 (4) 4

**12. If the coefficient of x100 in 1 + (1 + x) + (1 + x)2 + . . . + (1 + x)n is
**

201

**8. The number of rational numbers of the form (1) 25
**

p , where p, q ∈ {3, 4, 8, 9, 12} is q

C101, then n equals (2) 200 (3) 101 (4) 99

(1) 100

(2) 21

(3) 19

(4) 23

13. If z is complex number, then the equation when (1) a = 1 alone (2) a = 2 alone (3) for all values of a except 2 (4) for no value of a

2z z i = a represents a circle 1

**9. The probability that a leap year selected contains 53 Wednesdays or 53 Thursdays is (1)
**

1 7

(2)

2 7

(3)

4 7

(4)

3 7

10. A natural number is chosen at random from the first 50 natural numbers. Then

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**4 14. If ω is an nth root of unity, then 1 + 2ω + 3ω + . . . + nω (1)
**

1 n ω 2n 1 ω

2 2

2

n−1

is (2)

2n 1 n 1 ω

2 2

17. If in a ∆ABC, cos B = triangle is

sin C , then the 2 sin A

ω

**(1) right-angled (2) equilateral (3) isosceles (4) right-angled isosceles 18. The minimum value of 4sin x + 4cos x is
**

1 1 2 2

(3)

(4)

**15. For any vector a, a × i
**

2

a × j

a × k

is

(1) a2

(2) 2a2

(3) a

(4) 2a

(1) 2

(2) 21

1 (4) 4

2

**16. If sin β is the G.M. between sin α and cos α , then cos 2β = (1) 2 sin
**

2

(3) 41

2 2

2

π 4

2

α

19. If a + b + c = 0, then the straight line 3ax + 2by + 6c = 0 passes through the fixed point (1) (3, 2) (2) (2, 3) (4) ( − 2, 3)

(2) 2 cos

π 4 π 4 π 4

α

(3) (− 3, 2)

(3) 2 cos

2

α

20. The equation of the circle described on the common chord of the circles x2 + y2 + 2x = 0 and x2 + y2 + 2y = 0 as a diameter is

(4) 2 sin

2

2α

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x4 equals (1) 3 (2) 4 (3) − 4 (4) − 3 the fractional part of x) (1) 27. x2. 4). then the maximum value of the scalar triple product u v w is (3) x 2 y 4 2 (4) x 2 y 2 2 (1) − 1 (3) 58 (2) 10 (4) 59 6 SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. x3. .5 (1) x2 + y2 + x − y = 0 (2) x + y − x − y = 0 (3) x2 + y2 − x + y = 0 (4) x2 + y2 + x + y = 0 21. . If the normals at (x1. then x1. Ltd.5 . x − 2y) = xy. 2 2 2 sin x 24. to the hyperbola xy = 2 meet at the point (3. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns . y1) . The value of a for which the function cos x − sin x + ax + b is decreasing is given by (1) a < (3) a < 2 2 (2) a > 2 (4) a < 1 ∫ 0 4 x dx equals (where {x} denotes 22. . Let 16 3 (2) 7 3 j (3) 4 3 (4) 8 3 3k . y) equals (1) x 2 v = 2i k and w = i y 8 2 (2) x 2 y 4 2 If u is a unit vector. 23. If f(x + 2y. then f(x. Lt x→0 sin x x x sin x = (1) 1 e (2) e (3) 1 (4) 0 25. The locus of the point of intersection of tangents to the parabolas y = 4(x + 1) and y2 = 8(x + 2) which are perpendicular to each other is (1) x + 6 = 0 (3) x + 7 = 0 (2) x + 3 = 0 (4) x − y = 4 26.

6 28. The solution of |z| − z = 1 + 2i is (1) 3 2 2i 3 i 2 (2) 32. The three lines 3x + 4y + 6 = 0. 3. 2 then iz1 + 2z2 equals (1) 1 (3) 2z2 (2) 0 (4) (2i + 1) z2 (2) 1 (3) 1 2 1 (4) 8 35. 1 2 3 29. The value of 2 3 4 is 3 4 5 2x are 3y 2 2 = 0 and 4x + 7y + 8 = 0 (1) p = − 1 (3) p = − 2 (2) p = (4) p = 1 2 1 2 (1) the sides of a triangle (4) 5 (2) parallel (3) concurrent (4) none of these 34. 1) 33. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns . 0) (2) (3. If x = cosec θ − cot θ. y = sec θ + tan θ. 6. 1) (3) (9. 1). Ltd. 3). then (1) xy + 1 = x + y (2) xy + 1 = x − y (3) xy + 1 = y − x (4) xy = y − x 31. 2. (2p + 2. The value of sin 78° + sin 6° − sin 66° − sin 42° is 1 (1) 2 π . 1. if 3 2 2i (3) 2 (4) none of these SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. If |z1| = 2|z2| and amp zi − amp z = 2 (1) 3 (2) 4 (3) 2 30. 2) in the plane x + y + z = 9 is (1) (1. Foot of perpendicular of point (2. (2p + 1. The points (p + 1. 2p) are collinear. 3) (4) (2. 0.6 .

3β (4) α β . 3. 1) (3) (0. then the minimum value of n 21 n is (1) 123 (3) 63 (2) 63 (4) 63 2 6 3 3 (1) 21 (3) 9 12 (2) 20 (4) 10 11 SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. The sum to 12 terms of the series 3 6 6 6 12 3 3 is 43. 3 3 41. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns . 4. then those of ax2 + 3bx + 9c = 0 are (1) 2α. The set of values of p for which the roots of 3x2 + 2x + p(p − 1) = 0 are of opposite signs is (1) (0. ∞ ) 2 40. . 5 is (1) 94324 (3) 92324 42. is (1) 225 (2) 813 (3) 2773 (4) 3473 can be written as (1) x2 + x + 2 = 0 (3) x2 + x − 9 = 0 (2) x2 − x − 2 = 0 (4) x2 − x − 9 = 0 39.7 36. .7 . ∞ ) (2) (− ∞. β are the roots of ax + bx + c = 0. 0) (4) (1. If α . Then p is (1) 2 (2) 3 2 (3) 2 3 (4) 1 2 37. The sum of all the numbers that can be formed with all of the digits 2. 2 2 1 log 1 x 3 = 2 38. Ltd. 2β (3) α β . The circles x2 + y2 + px + 3y − 5 = 0 and x2 + y2 + 5x + py + 7 = 0 intersect orthogonally. The equation (2) 93324 (4) 95324 log x 3 (2) 3α. The 15th term of (3 × 5) + (7 × 8) + (11 × 11) + . If n is an integer between 0 and 21. .

8 . Lt x→0 a x 2 b x 2 x 2 is equal to (1 + x) n 1 n 1 x is m n (1) m m n m n m n 1 (2) n 1 n 1 (1) log a b (2) log b a 1 m m (3) log (ab) (4) none of these (3) (4) m 1 n SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. Ltd. The coefficient of x−1 in m 45. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns .8 44.

84 kW (4) 9 kW 51. A breeder reactor consumes (1) more fuel than it enriches (2) less fuel than it enriches (3) equal fuel that it enriches (4) no fuel 47. and 10. (1) linear (3) digital (2) hybrid (4) monolithic and the surface tension of water is T. A certain transmitter radiates 9 kW with the carrier unmodulated. If another sine wave.3 kW (3) 1 kW (2) 10. the force normal to the plates required to pull them apart is (1) AT d (2) 2AT d (3) 4AT d (4) 4T Ad 50.9 PART II: PHYSICS 46. Its period of oscillation now is (1) T (3) [1 − x] T (2) xT (4) T 1 x 48. The integrated circuit (I.125 kW when the carrier is sinusoidally modulated. is transmitted simultaneously. corresponding to 40% modulation.C. A bird alights on a horizontal wire stretched between two points. Two vertical plates are squeezed together with a little water between them. Ltd. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns . If the plate separation is d the plate area in contact with the liquid is A SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. The additional tension produced in the wire at the time the bird alights is (1) (2) (3) (4) zero equal to the weight of the bird greater than the weight of the bird lesser than the weight of the bird 49. A small heavy metallic sphere suspended by a light inextensible string has period of oscillation T. It is immersed in a non-viscous liquid of density x relative to the material of the sphere.) used in counting circuits are called __________ .9 . the total radiated power is (1) 7.

(ii) the total momentum of the block and the wedge along the horizontal is constant during motion (iii) when the block reaches B the displacement of M to the left is mh cot α M m (iv) when the block reaches B the horizontal displacement of m to the right is mh cot α M m In the network of the Figure. (1) All are correct except (i) (2) (ii) and (iv) only are correct (3) (i) and (iii) are correct (4) (i) only is correct 53. The values of i. A small block of mass m is placed at the top on the smooth inclined face AB of a wedge of mass M free to slide on a horizontal surface as shown in the Figure and released from rest. di d i and at t = 0 (+) if 2 dt dt 2 SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt.10 . The intensity of cosmic ray is minimum at the equator. (1) atmosphere (i) the total momentum of the block and the wedge is constant during motion (2) spin motion (3) greenhouse effect (4) magnetic field 54. Ltd. it is changed from a to b at t = 0.10 52. This is due to _______ of the earth. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns .

105 A/s2 0. 102 A/s. Mark out the correct statement(s) (1) Least count of meter scale is 0.1 A. (R): It is monochromatic beam. 105 A/s2 0 A. (R): There is a phase difference of π from the rays reflected front and the rear faces of the film. − 9 × 105 A/s2 2 5 2 (3) A is true but R is false (4) A is false but R is true 57. (1) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A (2) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A (2) generator (4) modulator (1) Both A and R are true and R is the SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt.17 cm.01 cm (3) Effective length pendulum is 94.0 cm. Ltd. − 102 A/s. the radius of the bob plus the hook is measured with the help of vernier caliper to be 2. L = 1 H and C = 0. Given: (A): A laser beam does not undergo any increase in diameter even at very large distances.11 R = 1000 Ω. 10 A/s 0.1 cm (2) Least count of vernier caliper is 0.1 A.11 . 102 A/s. Given: (A): If an exceedingly thin soap film is seen in reflected light.1 µF and V = 100 V are (1) (2) (3) (4) 0. it appears dark. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns . correct explanation of A (2) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A (3) A is true but R is false (4) A is false but R is true 58.2 cm (4) All the above of simple coherent 55. Which is not true? The electronic devices are capable of performing the functions of a (1) rectifier (3) amplifier 56. The length of the string of a simple pendulum is measured with a meter scale to be 92.1 A. − 10 A/s.

When the object is at a distance u1 and u2 from the optic centre of a lens.8 ± 0. the order of the fringe is d 2D λ d 2 60.31) m/s (3) (3. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns .42) m/s u 2 2 (2) u u 2 u 1 2 (3) u 2 u 2 (4) 1 u 3 2 2 62. The temperature of the SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt.4 ± 0. Ltd.12 . a real and a virtual image is formed respectively with the same magnification. A substance emits gamma rays when (1) an orbital electron jumps higher orbit to a lower one from 63. The focal length of the lens is (1) u 1 (1) (3. the velocity of particle is A material is supplied with heat at constant rate.68 ± 0.31) m/s (2) (3. the distance between the slits is d.0 ± 0. The screen is at a distance D from the slits. If a bright fringe is formed opposite a slit. (1) (2) 2D λ (3) d 2 Dλ (4) 2d 2 Dλ (2) a nucleon inside the nucleus suffers a transition from a higher nuclear energy state to a lower one (3) an electron and a positron annihilate inside the nucleus (4) none of the above occurs 61.12 59.45 ± 0.6 ± 0.3) m. In a double slit experiment. A body travels uniformly a distance of (13.4) m/s (4) (3.2) m in time (4.

2% 67.2% (4) 1.13 material is changing with the heat as shown in the diagram. What is the circuit? SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. (1) material is an alloy of two metals (2) material has different values of specific heat at different temperatures (3) latent heat of vaporisation double the latent heat of fusion is (1) ε1 + ε 2 (2) ε ε 65. If a single dielectric of the total thickness (d1 + d2) is to replace the two effectively to get the same capacitance. the temperature of the solution should be increased to a value which is (1) the boiling point of pure water (2) below the boiling point of pure water (3) above the boiling point of pure water (4) infinity (3) ε ε ε ε 1 2 2 2 2 d 1 1 d 2 ε ε d 2 1 2 e ε 1 ε (4) 2 66.1% (3) 4. the vapour pressure of the solution decreases. The space between the plates of a capacitor is filled with two dielectrics of thickness d1 and d2 and relative permittivities ε1 and ε2 respectively. material disintegrates into fragments 64. What is the percentage error due to approximation? (1) 10% (2) 2. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns .13 . The equation for current in a diode is V /V I = I e D T 1 and is approximated s as I = I e s V /V D T for practical purposes. The relation between current and voltage in an AC circuit is shown. Hence in order to make the solution boil. If CD = 2AB. Ltd. When a salt is dissolved in pure water. what should be its relative permittivity? ε ε 1 2 1 1 2 (4) At AB and CD.

the reflected polarised. Semiconductors do not convert to dielectrics at low temperature. Given (A): On a glass plate of refractive index 1. 71. This is explained by (1) the relativistic law of gravity (2) the principle of equivalence (3) mass energy relation (4) Einstein s gravitational theory SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. (1) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A (2) Both A and R are true but R is not (1) LR (3) C alone 68. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns .14 . (1) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A (2) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A (3) A is true but R is false (4) A is false but R is true 69. From the statements given below.14 (R): The glass absorbs the ordinary ray and reflects only the extraordinary ray. Ltd. identify the one which is not correct. (R): The Bohr model does not take into account the spin of the electron. beam is plane (4) (3) (2) CR (4) R alone the correct explanation of A (3) A is true but R is false (4) A is false but R is true 70. Semiconductors convert electric energy to other forms of energy. (1) (2) Semiconductors have high resistivity. Given (A): The Bohr model of the Hydrogen atom does not explain the fine structure of spectral lines. When temperature increases.5 when an unpolarised beam is incident at angle of incidence 56°. semiconductivity increases. The inertial mass of a body is equal to its gravitational mass.

A prism is used to resolve D1 and D2 lines of sodium. The unit of Poynting vector is (1) watt (3) watt/m2 (2) watt m3 (4) watt/m3 (4) 73. Piezo electricity is produced by (1) (2) (3) (4) heating quartz crystal rotating electrostatic charge applying pressure on quartz crystal applying voltage on the quartz crystal 76.01 cm SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. the minimum thickness of the base of the prism required is (1) 2. A current is flowing in coil A while there is no current in B. (1) (2) (3) excited state is more ground state is more excited state is equal to ground state none of the above 75. Ltd. then in coil B (1) (2) (3) (4) no current is induced smaller current than that of A is induced a larger current than that of A is induced none of the above 74. If µ for 6563 Å is 1.1 mm (4) 1.15 72.36 cm (3) 1. Camera lenses are often coated with transparent film in order to (1) protect the lens from scratches (2) avoid loss of light by reflection at the surface (3) increase the life of the lens (4) make the surface smooth 77. A system is in normal population only when the number of atoms in the _____ .15 .6635. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns .41 cm (2) 9. Two conductors A and B bent into circles are held with their planes perpendicular to each other so that their centres coincide.6545 and µ for 5270 Å is 1. If the current is changed suddenly.

Ltd. The sensitivity of a beam balance may be increased by (1) (2) increasing the length of the beam lowering the centre of gravity of the beam decreasing beam the weight of the 2 MR 2 (2) K = 2 π2R2f2M 2 2 2 (3) (3) K = MB q 2R 2 (4) K = E B R 2M (4) increasing the number of divisions on the scale behind the pointer 79. In a particular measurement. A cyclotron operates with an alternating field of potential E and frequency f and a magnetic induction field B. Mark out the correct statement(s). BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns .16 78. All the above 81. The radius of the Dees is R. Which is applied in a RC coupled amplifier? (1) Current (3) Voltage (2) Power (4) None (4) SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. The last significant digit in the measurement is uncertain. (1) The reading of a particular physical quantity measured from an instrument having smaller least count is more accurate than measured from an instrument having a larger least count.16 . The wavelength of X-ray is measured by _______ . (1) (2) (3) (4) the Coolidge tube the Bragg s spectrometer the electron microscope the prism spectrometer (2) (3) 82. The maximum kinetic energy K. it means 2nd reading is more accurate. acquired by a particle of mass M and charge q in this cyclotron is given by (1) K = B q 2 2 2 2 80. the number of significant digits is more as compared to previous reading.

The count rate from 100 cm3 of a radioactive liquid is r. Ltd. is now gently placed on the disc. A ring. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns . (R): This is to facilitate electron emission only when large heat is supplied (1) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A (4) (2) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A (3) A is true but R is false (4) A is false but R is true 84. A horizontal disc rotates freely about a vertical axis through its centre. The count rate of r after three halfremaining liquid is 10 lives. the two rotate with a common angular velocity.17 83. Given (A): The material of the cathode in a thermionic emitter should have a small work function. having the same mass and radius as the disc. after some time.17 . Some of this liquid is now discarded. Volume of remaining liquid is (cm 3) (1) 80 (2) 40 (3) 30 (4) 10 SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. Then which of the following is false? 2 rd of the initial kinetic energy 3 changes to heat (1) Some friction exists between the disc and ring The angular momentum of system viz: disc plus ring is conserved The final common angular velocity 2 rd of the initial angular velocity 3 of the disc (2) (3) is 85.

18 . and in all face centres. Ltd. If an endothermic reaction is nonspontaneous at its freezing point and becomes feasible at its boiling point. then (1) (2) (3) (4) ∆H is − ve. It has atoms at alternate tetrahedral sites. A gaseous alkane is exploded with oxygen gas. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns . The total number of carbon atoms in a crystal of diamond are (1) 2 (2) 4 (3) 6 (4) 8 Kp for the reaction is 2.9 × 10 atm3. the total pressure at equilibrium will be (1) 0. (1) freezing point is raised (2) freezing point is lowerd (3) freezing point does not change (4) boiling point does not change 91.9 Bohr magneton.1984 atm SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt.0580 atm (4) 0. Ammonium carbamate decomposes as NH COONH 2 4 s 3 g 2 g 89. The value of x is (1) 3 (2) 4 (3) 2 (4) 5 88. Number of spectral lines of Lyman series when an electron undergoes transition from its excited (5th) state is (1) 5 (2) 10 (3) 20 (4) 3 90. When mercuric iodide is added to the aqueous solution of potassium iodide . Mn+x has the magnetic moment is equal to 4. The volume of O2 for complete combustion to volume of CO2 formed are in the ratio of 7 : 4.0766 atm (3) 0. The molecular formula of alkane is (1) CH4 (3) C3H8 (2) C2H6 (4) C4H10 92. and in all corners.0388 atm (2) 0. ∆S is + ve ∆H and ∆S both are + ve ∆H and ∆S both are − ve ∆H is + ve. ∆S is − ve 2NH CO − 5 87. If we start with 1 mole of the compound.18 PART III: CHEMISTRY 86. Diamond has FCC unit cell.

low in aqueous KCl or AgNO3.19 .19 93. The process is (1) (2) (3) (4) Photosensitisation Chemiluminiscence Fluorescence Phosphorescence 95. the cell reaction is represented as Pb s 96. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns . Ltd. The solubility of AgCl is maximum in water. Which equilibrium can be described as acid-base reaction using the Lewis acidbase definition. but not using Bronsted and Lowry concept? (1) NH3 + CH3COOH CH3COONH4 (2) H2O + CH3OOH H3O+ + CH3COO − (3) (4) 4NH3 + Cu2+ HCl CH COOH 3 (2) (3) H SO 2 4 anode 2 s . Phosphorus undergoes slow combustion and glows in darkness. a salt of a strong acid and a weak base gives a solution with < 7. The size and energy of an electron in the orbital are referred by (1) (2) (3) (4) principal quantum number azimuthal quantum number magnetic quantum number spin quantum number CH COOH 3 2 Cl 97. cathode PbO (4) Dry battery is a secondary cell. Which of the following statements or relationship is wrong? (1) On hydrolysis. In the lead storage battery. The potential energy of the electrons present in the ground state of Li+2 is given by the expression (1) 3e 2 4πr 3e 4 πr 2 (2) 3e 4πr 3e 4πr 2 (3) 2 (4) SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. [Cu(NH3 )4 ]2+ 94.

M sec− 1 (2) sec− 1. It may be either a whole number or fractional.2 (2) (3) (4) 99. water soluble (2) (4) Molar mass 2 Molar 3 (3) (4) SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. Unit of rate constant for I order and zero order reactions in terms of molarity M are respectively (1) sec− 1. It depends on the rate determining step of the reaction. 101. Cu s 2Ag aq → Cu 2 aq 2Ag s will be (Eo of the cell is 0.5 Kc = antilog 12. This is due to (1) (2) (3) (4) stable electronic configuration complexation extensive hydration of Cu+2 ion higher charge and smaller size of Cu+2 ion as compared to Cu+ ion and hydration of Cu+2 ion 100. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns . Ltd. Cu+2 is more stable than Cu+1. sec− 1 (4) M.20 98.5 Kc = antilog 1.6 Kc = antilog 2. sec− 1 103. The equilibrium constant Kc for the cell reaction. M (3) M sec− 1.20 . Which of the following statements regarding the molecularity of a chemical reaction is wrong? (1) It is the number of molecules of the reactants taking part in a single step of reaction. Alums help in purifying water by (1) (2) forming complex with clay particles sulphate ions combine with dirt and precipitate Al+3 ion coagulate the − ve charge muddy impurities Al+3 make muddy impurities. It is calculated from the reaction mechanism. The equivalent mass of ferrous oxalate ion when it react with acidified KMnO4 is (1) Molar mass (3) Molar mass 4 102.46 V) (1) (2) (3) (4) Kc = antilog 15.

21 . Ltd. phosporite B. Match List I with List II and select the correct answer from the codes given below the Lists: List I A. Delicate coloured silk cloth is permenanently bleached by (1) Cl2 (3) H2O2 (2) SO2 (4) bleaching powder SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. Tollen s reagent D. CuSO4(aq) excess of NH4OH S. AgNO3(aq) with excess of NH4OH Q CuSO4(aq) + . BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns . NaOH and sodiumpotassium tartarate R. NH3 Limestone. C and D of the following reaction are respectively. Fehling s reagent 106. Materials used in the manufacture of portland cement are (1) (2) (3) (4) Limestone. FeSO4 and H2 O2 T. clay Na2CO3. B. 107. coal Limestone.21 104. bromine. silical. The products A. Schweitzers reagent List II P. gypsum. borax. CuSO4(s) + Ca(OH)2(s) Codes A (1) T (2) T (3) R (4) T B P R Q R C S Q S P D Q P P Q (4) Na2S4O6 Na2SO4 C. coal. Bordeaux mixture A (1) NaI (2) NaI (3) NaI B C D Na2SO4 Cl2 Ag2 (S2O3) Na2S4O6 SO2 Ag2S2O3 Na2S4O6 SO2 Na3 [Ag SO2 (S2O3)2 ] Na3 [Ag (S2O3)2] 105.

diamagnetic sp3. square planar. 0. form coloured SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK C. Lanthanide compounds are alike in chemical properties. Which one of the following theories explains the magnetic nature. formation of spin free complexes etc? (1) (2) (3) (4) Valence bond theory Molecular orbital theory Effective atomic number theory and magnetic property Crystal field theory 111. Choose the wrong statement among the following properties of transition metals. +2. +2. paramagnetic dsp3 . tetrahedral. R. +2. They form complexes. tetrahedral. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns . (1) (2) (3) (4) dsp2. They show magnetic properties. (1) (2) (3) (4) They show variable oxidation states. shape and oxidation number of Ni in the organometallic complex Ni(CO)4 are respectively. Copper 110. square planar.22 .22 108. based on (1) (2) (3) (4) size of the ions oxidation state of the ions solubility of their nitrates basicity of lanthanides the hydroxides of 109. They are separted by ion exchange method. Aluminium List II P. Reduction of oxide with coke in furnace Q. Ltd. paramagnetic 112. Electrolytic reduction of molten halide ore B. Iron ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. The hybridisation. Leaching sulphide ore with KCN and precipitating the metal on adding ironfilling. Match List I with List II and select the correct answer from the codes given below the Lists: List I A. diamagnetic sp3. They do not compounds.

BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns . Explosive S. Partlly oxidising the sulphide ore in air. (1) Alkali metals are paramagnetic but their salts are diamagnetic. Calcium cyanamide D. Lithium aluminium hydride List II P.23 D. and its reduction to the metal by the sulphide ore 114. Alkali metals salt produced characteristic coloured flame. Antiknock material added to petrol T. Lead tetraethyl Q.23 . (2) (3) (4) SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. Silver S. Choose the wrong statement. Fertilizer C. Triethyl aluminium 113. Ltd. Component of ZieglerNatta catalyst R. Glass surface becomes dull in presence of aq. Sodium metal can be used to prepare absolute alcohol. NaOH. Reducing agent in organic compounds Codes A (1) R (2) T (3) R (4) T B S S S S C P Q Q Q D Q R P P Codes A (1) R (2) S (3) P (4) S B T T Q P C P P R T D Q Q S Q B. Match List I with List II and select the correct answer from the codes given below the Lists: List I A. Electrolytic reduction of molten oxide ore T.

(4) all of the above. benzaldehyde. The products A. B C glucose tetraacetate CH3 CONHC6H5 . CH3CHO. CH3CH2OH . CH3 CONHC6H5 . glucose pentaacetate glucose pentaacetate glucose pentaacetate . .24 . (3) when passed in toluene produces. 117. (1) 2 (2) 4 (3) 5 (4) 6 ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. Nitric acid with metals produces. C6H4 (OH) − CH = CH − CHOHCOOH will exist in _________ different form. B and C of the following reaction are respectively A (1) (2) (3) (4) CH3COOH .24 115. Ltd. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns . (1) H2 gas with 1% HNO3 with Mn or Mg SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK (1) (2) (2) (3) (4) nitric oxide gas with Cu produces meta stannic acid with tin All of the above 118. CH3CHO . 116. which on passing into Pb(NO3)2 solution produces yellow residue. On warming a mixture of solid NaCl and K2Cr2O7 produces a gas orange coloured gas is produced.

The products A. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns . B and C of the following reaction are respectively A B C CH3COOH CH3CHOHCN CH3CHCl2 (1) CH3CHOHCH2CHO CH3CHOHCOOH CH3CHCl2 (2) CH3CH2OH Racemic CH3CHOHCOOH CH3CHCl2 (3) CH2OHCH2CHO Racemic CH3CHOHCOOH CCl3CHCl2 (4) 120.25 119. B and C of the following reaction are respectively SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt.25 . Ltd. The products A.

The products A.26 . The products A. Ltd. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns .26 121. B and C of the following reaction are respectively (1) (2) (3) (4) A CH3COOH CH3CH2OH CH3CH2NH2 CH3CN B CH3COOH CH3CH2NH2 CH3COOH CH3CH2OH C CH3CH2NH2 CH3CN CH3C ≡ N CH3NCO SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. B and C of the following reaction are respectively (1) (2) (3) (4) A C2H5Cl C2H4Cl2 C2H5Cl C2H4Cl2 B [(C2H5)2 OH]Cl C2H5OH HCl C2H5OH C2H5OH C C2H5OH C2H5HSO4 C2H5OH C2H5OH 122.

BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns . Match List I with List II and select the correct answer from the codes given below the Lists: A. B.27 123. D. C. List I Polypeptide P. Guttapercha Rubber Amino acid Cellulose List II 124. List I Anaesthetic Ascorbic acid Nucleic acid Virial disease P.27 . Q. S. D. C T Q R Q D R T S T SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK List II Vitamin Genetic material Antigen Nitrous oxide and oxygen Rabies Codes A (1) S (2) S (3) P (4) S B Q P Q P ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. Codes A (1) T (2) S (3) S (4) S B Q Q R T C S R T R D P P P P Cis polyisoprene Polysaccharide Polyester Q. B. S. Ltd. R. T. R. Match List I with List II and select the correct answer from the codes given below the Lists: A. T. C.

Ltd. Long chain aliphatic ester Explosive Water purification Codes A (1) R (2) R (3) T (4) R B Q Q Q P C T T S T D P S P Q D.28 . SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. List II Soap Q.28 125. Triglyceride S. Match List I with List II and select the correct answer from the codes given below the Lists: List I A. Cellulose derivative R. T. B. Wax Rayon Zeolite P. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns . C.

129. TEPID (1) boiling (3) freezing 132.29 . LETHARGIC (1) convalescent (2) beautiful (3) invigorating (4) interrogating 127. CONJECTURE (1) magic (3) position 130. Choose the word that has nearly the same meaning as the capitalised word.29 PART IV: ENGLISH PROFICIENCY AND LOGICAL REASONING (a) ENGLISH PROFICIENCY Directions for questions 126 to 128: In each of the following questions a capitalised word is followed by four words numbered 1 to 4. 126. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns . REPLICA (1) museum piece (2) famous site (3) facsimile (4) replacement (2) lukewarm (4) cold (2) disgrace (4) deride (2) guess (4) farm SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. IRKSOME (1) interesting (3) tireless 128. Ltd. Choose the word that is most opposite to the meaning of the capitalised word and mark your answer in the appropriate place in your answer sheet. DECIMATE (1) kill (3) collide 131. KINDLE (1) dislike (3) gather (2) quench (4) sparkle (2) lazy (4) devious Directions for questions 129 to 133: Each question below has a word capitalised followed by four words or phrases numbered 1 to 4.

Choose the part which has an error and mark accordingly. She is far too intelligent to utter such _______ remarks. (1) gruelling (3) haggard (2) gullible (4) infernal Directions for questions 134 to 136: Each of the following sentence has a mistake in grammar usage or idiom. (1) fervent (3) illusive (2) fatuous (4) hurtle Directions for questions 139 and 140: Choose from among the given alternatives. (1) One should (2) always (3) take care (4) of his health 135. (1) inane (3) incognito (2) limpid (4) histrionic SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns . Choose the word that makes the sentence meaningful.30 . 137. Each sentence is broken up into four parts sequentially 1. 139. Ltd. (1) The clothes (2) were neatly (3) hanged (4) on the cloth line 138. (1) I shall (2) ring him (3) tomorrow (4) afternoon 136. The king travelled through the town with his identity concealed and mingled with the common folks. The Marathon is a _________ race. the word which will substitute the underlined expression in each of the following questions and mark the same in your answer sheet. 134. REGAL (1) oppressive (3) major (2) royal (4) basic Directions for questions 137 and 138: Each sentence below has a blank space indicating that something has been left out. 2. 3 and 4.30 133. Following each sentence four words are given.

31 140. SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. TORRENT : DROPLET : : (1) avalanche : pebble (2) swamp : desert (3) hurricane : wreckage (4) water : eddy 144. TILE : MOSAIC : : (1) wick : candle (2) easel : painting (3) hoop : embroidery (4) knot : macrame 142. EMBROIDER : FABRIC : : (1) spin : yarn (2) refine : ore (3) glaze : glass (4) fret : wood Directions for questions 145 to 147: In each question you find a set of sentences arranged in a haphazard way. Select the pair wherein the words have closest relationship to the original pair. A. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns . B. 141. 145. Choose the correct arrangement of sentences as indicated by the number to make a coherent paragraph. Ltd. A primary skill needed for good reading comprehension is the understanding of the meanings of individual words. Her employers were greatly impressed by her persistent hard work and offered her a higher scale. PHILATELY : STAMPS : : (1) calligraphy : pens (2) numismatics : coins (3) cartography : maps (4) chronology : events (b) LOGICAL REASONING Directions for questions 141 to 144: In each of the following questions a pair of words with certain relationship between them is given followed by four pairs numbered 1 to 4. Knowledge of a wide and diversified vocabulary enables you to detect subtle differences in sentence meaning.31 . (1) diminution (3) restitution (2) impunity (4) diligence 143.

Trade encouraged specialization. Although the central theme may vary from passage to passage. A writer may build his paragraph to a conclusion. C. E. Before you try to locate the topic sentence in a paragraph. it is important that you familiarize yourself with as many words as possible. (1) BEACDF (3) BEDAFC (2) BEDCAF (4) BADCFE E. which led to improvement in quality. D. Usually the topic sentence is found in the beginning of a paragraph. Men also realized that different men could make different products. The term topic sentence is used to describe the sentence that gives the key to an entire paragraph. For this reason. Ltd. if can usually be found in the title or in the topic sentence. Trade started from person to person. A. F. (1) EFDABC (3) DACFBE (2) CBAFED (4) CFDEBA 147. Trade exists for many reasons. F. A second reading skill to be developed is the ability to discover the central theme of the passage. remember that this technique depends upon reading and judgement. A. (1) FEDCBA (3) DEAFBC (2) EFBCAD (4) DFEBCA 146. Then try to decide which sentence comes closest to expressing the main point of the paragraph.32 . Some found work in transporting goods or selling them. you can relate what you read to the central theme. Read the whole passage first. No doubt it started from a desire to have something different. D. but grew to involve different towns and different lands. E. By making yourself aware of what the entire passage is about. D. SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. However there is no absolute rule. B. B. C. putting the key sentence at the end. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns .32 C. F.

B. 148. D. Some chairs are windows. Assume the two given statements to be true even if they vary from commonly known facts. 3. (1) Either E or F follows (2) Either D or E follows (3) Either D or F follows (4) None follows Direction for question 150: In the following question select the figure from a set of four figures 1. 4 that can be formed by joining the figures gives in box marked (X) Direction for question 149: Choose the figure from among the five alternatives 1. No window is sky. Some chairs are skies. Conclusions: C. Read all the conclusions and decide which of the given conclusions logically follows the two given statements. No window is chair. 3. No chair is window. D. that which will fit into the box (?) of the figure (X) SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. Statements: A. E. 4 and 5. E and F. 2. Ltd.33 Direction for question 148: In the question given two statements A and B are followed by four conclusions numbered C. Some windows are skies. F.33 . 2. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Qns .

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(sin x + 2 cos x) (1 − sin 2x) = 0 1 − sin 2x = 0 ⇒ x = π 4 sin x + 2 cos x = 0 ⇒ tan x = − 2. (3) 1 17 y 5. (3) Roots are rational ⇒ Discriminant is a perfect square ⇒ 4(3a + 5)2 − 8(9a2 + 25) is a perfect square ⇒ − 36a2 + 12a − 100 is a perfect square ⇒ − 4 (3a − 5)2 is a perfect square which is true only if a = 2. (4) (3bx + 5)2 = 32bx + 10 = 3ax + 5 + cx + 5 =3 ax + 5 = 1 1 3 cx + 5 ⇒ The terms are in G. . (2) b q 2 2 7. This can be done in 10r ways. ⇒ x = tan− 1 (− 2) 6.1 ® BRILLIANT’S MOCK TEST 7 FOR STUDENTS OF BITSAT 2008 MTP 7/SOLNS OUR ONE/TWO-YEAR POSTAL COURSE TOWARDS BITSAT. (3) The given equation becomes (sin x + 2 cos x) (sin x − cos x)2 = 0 i. Ltd. This set of 10r ways will contain two types of arrangements (i) those contain 10 and (ii) those do not BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Solns . 4. (3) The problem is equivalent to filling r places in a line with numbers 1 to 100.P. (3) Inverse of A = 1 a a c b 1 A 0 1 adj A 0 0 c 1 5 3 = 25 = 5 = x y 2 1 3 2x ⇒ 9 = 17 ⇒ x > y 3.e. ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt.. 2008 SOLUTIONS PART I: MATHEMATICS 1.P.1 = ac a c = ⋅ pr p r ⇒ the terms are in G.

2 n = 2 4 4 = 16 . BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Solns . 9 and 12. 2 n For any n > 1. 2 x is a positive integer ≥ 21. r = 0 n ∑ 2 k r ends with 4. ∴ total number of numbers of the form p is 5 × 5 = 25. The number of arrangements where 10 does not occur is 9r. 10r − 9r = 271 ⇒ r = 3 8. Wednesday or Thursday. But the value 1 q ends with 6 and r=0 ∑ ∑ n 4 r = 1 + 1 + 2 + 6 + 24 and r ends with 4 for all n ≥ 4 50 n 1 is repeated 5 times. 8.2 ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. is repeated 3 r=0 2 twice and 3 is repeated twice. x = 1. + (1 + x)n = 1 x n 1 x 1. (3) There are 5 numbers of the form P q 11. . which represents 2 i and 2 a line which is the perpendicular of 376 ⇒ x> or x < the segment joining 1. ⇒ The required probability is 10..2 contain 10. the equation is z i = |z + 1|. Similarly for each of 4. 23.e. the remainder is 2. . . Ltd. 50 and xy ∴ the given equation represents a circle when a ≠ 2. ∴ the number of distinct rational numbers formed = 25 − 4 − 1 − 1 = 19 9. 7 12. Coefficient of x100 = n + 1C101 = 201C101 (given) ⇒ n + 1 = 201 ⇒ n = 200 13. (2) 1 + (1 + x) + (1 + x)2 + . Hence as per the problem. this year should not start with Tuesday. (4) Leap year contains 366 days. . . when we substitute z = x + iy.5 i. (2) For any k ≥ 4. the coefficient of x2 2 = coefficient of y = a 4 term is absent. ⇒ x is a positive integer ≤ When a ≠ 2. ⇒ 2 2 with 3 in the numerator. . k where k is an integer. 2 or 22. Dividing by 7. 4 ∴ r=0 ∑ r 2 ends with 0. (3) z i a = z 2 2 1 When a = 2. (2) x2 − 24x + 50 > 0 ⇒ x 24 2 24 2 376 376 x 24 2 24 2 5 or 2 376 >0 3 . For 53 Wednesdays or 53 Thursdays. 50 ∴ the required probability = 31 .

. m is y = m (x + 1) + 1 m . The equation of the tangent to y2 = 4(x + 1) with slope.P. (2) π 4 x Putting x = 2.+ ωn − 1 − nωn =0−ω⋅1 =−ω ⇒ S = n 1 ω 1 ⇒ Minimum value of 4sin x + 4cos x is 21 2 (∴ minimum value of sin is − 1).. 2 1 . we get 6(a + b + c) = 0. + nωn − 1 S(1 − ω) = 1 + ω + ω2 + . (2) 4sin x and 4cos x are both positive. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Solns . (2) If a = a i a k 2 2 a j 2 a k. . . (1) The equation of the tangent to y2 = 8(x + 2) with slope − 1 (x + 2) − 2m m 1 is m 18. − 1). (2) Their A. 19. 2 1 and radius 2 a × i = ⇒ a × i ⇒ a j 3 2 2 2 = a 2 a 2 3 ∑ a ×i = 2a 16. . sin x cos x 1 sin x 2 cos x From (1) and (2) ≥ 2⋅ 4 m 1 m x 3 = 0 ∴ 4 4 =2 ⋅2 1 2 sin π 4 x ⇒x+3=0 ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt..P. Ltd.3 . the triangle is isosceles. (3) sin C = 2 sin A cos B = sin (A + B) + sin (A − B) = sin C + sin (A − B) ⇒ sin (A − B) = 0 ⇒ A = B i. (2) x 1 2 y 1 2 = 1 2 17.. y = 3 in the equation of straight line. (2) sin2 β = sin α cos α ⇒ cos 2β = 1 − sin 2α ⇒ (sin α − cos α)2 = 2 cos 2 ∴ the required equation of the 2 2 π 4 α circle is 21. 0) and A( − 1. y=− . ≥ G. . (1) The extremities of the common chord are O(0. 3 20. 15. ∴ (2) is the correct choice. If the common chord is the diameter. (4) If S = 1 + 2ω + 3ω2 + .. the centre is is 1 .3 14.e.

(1) Lt x→0 sin x x sin x x sin x 27. β) is α y−β = 2 2 = e x α 1 1 = 1 e 25. x2. (2) xy = 2 ⇒ dy = dx y x α . ∫ 0 4 0 4 ∴ f u.4 22. v × w ×1= 59 .e. ⇒ a < sin x + cos x = 2 sin π 4 x i. x = u 2 v . v = x − 2y. volume of parallelopiped = ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. v = u 4 v = ∫ 3 2 x x dx = v 8 2 ⇒ f x. (4) As u v w represents the volume = Lt x→0 1 1 sin x x x sin x sin x of parallelopiped. (3) = α 2 2 f(x) = cos x − sin x + ax + b ⇒ f′(x) = − sin x − cos x + a < 0. i. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Solns . So height is 1 and the area is base × height.4 . β) = Lt y→0 1 y 1⁄ y x→0 Equation of the normal at (α. x the given limit becomes ⇒ slope of the normal at (α. (2) ⇒ x = x x dx x u 4 v v . y = u 2 u 2 4 < 2 26. y 2 α 3 3 α or α − 3α + 8α − 4 = 0 If the four roots of this equation are x1. x3. Ltd. it would be maximum if u is perpendicular to the plane of v and w . then x1 x2 x3 x4 = − (− 4) = 4 23. if f(x) is decreasing. x4. 2 2 Putting y = 1 sin x x = x Lt sin x x sin x . (1) Putting u = x + 2y...e. y = x 2 y 8 2 4 = 3 2 ∫ 0 1 x dx ∫ 1 4 x dx = 16 3 0 ∫ dt 1 4 = 7 3 24.

29. ⇒ z = 2z 1 2 cos π 2 i sin π 2 ⇒ iz1 + 2z2 = − 2z2 + 2z2 = 0 BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Solns . A. 2. Ltd. (2) cosec θ 1 2 = 2 and amp 1 2 = sec θ = cos θ 2 sin θ cos θ sec θ cosec θ ⇒ z z iπ 1 2 = 2e 2 = tan θ + cot θ + sec θ − cosec θ = (sec θ + tan θ) − (cosec θ − cot θ) =y−x ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. Now. 1). if slope of AB = slope of BC ∴ 2 2p 3 2 = ⇒ 2p p 1 3p 1 2 6 1 2 6 2 6 24 = 0 2 12 6 24 120 0 12 84 2=0 ⇒ (2p + 1) (p − 2) = 0 ⇒ p = 2 or 33. z z z z π 2 30. (3) xy = (cosec θ − cot θ) (sec θ + tan θ) = cosec θ sec θ + sec θ − cosec θ − 1 ∴ xy + 1 = cosec θ sec θ + sec θ − cosec θ = 1 sin θ cos θ sin θ 2 34. ⇒ x = − 2. 3. C are collinear. λ + 2. B. C be the points (p + 1. (3) (sin 78° − sin 42°) + (sin 6° − sin 66°) = 2 cos 60° sin 18° − 2 cos 36° sin 30° = sin 18° − cos 36° = 5 4 1 5 4 1 = 1 2 ⇒ (λ + 2. (2p + 1. These values satisfy the other equation. (4) Let A. ∴ the lines are concurrent. (2) Given determinant is 32. (2p + 2. λ + 2 + λ + 2 + λ + 2 = 9 ⇒λ=1 ∴ foot of the perpendicular is (3. B. 2) is x 1 2 = y 1 2 = z 1 2 = λ 31. (3) 1 2 by R2 → R2 − 2R1 R3 → R3 − 6R1 = 24 = 4 Solving 3x + 4y + 6 = 0 and 4x + 7y + 8 = 0. 3). λ + 2) is a general point on it. 2).5 . (2) Equation of line perpendicular to the plane through (2. y = 0.5 28. 3).

2 + 3 + 4 + 5 = 14..6 . (4) The required condition is 5p 2 3p = 2 5 7 ⇒ p = 1 2 41. (3) The first factors are in A.e..P. 2 12 3 and the common 2 and 2 x 2 4 x = 1 ∴ S 12 i. 4. (2) (1) and (2) must be simultaneously true. . in the 10th place 6 times etc. (2) . when 21 − n + 1 ≥ n ⇒ n ≤ 11.. (1) For the roots being real. Then (x + y ) − (x + iy) = 1 + 2i ⇒ y = 2 2 2 39.P. 5 = 4 = 24 . 3β is x 2 ⇒ log x 3 log 1 3 ⇒ log3 x(1 + x) = 2 9c = 0 a 3b x a ⇒ x2 + x − 9 = 0 43. (4) n 21 n = 21 21 i. with the first term a = ratio = 2. is [3 + 14 × 4] [5 + 14 × 3] = 59 × 47 = 2773 ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. 1) 37. The fifteenth term of 3 × 5 + 7 × 8 + .e... Discriminant ≥ 0 ∴ 4 − 12 p(p − 1) ≥ 0 ⇒ 3p2 − 3p − 1 ≤ 0 ⇒ p = 3 2 13 . (1) Total number of digits that can be formed with 2.6 35. C n ∴ n 2n 1 is least when 21 Cn is the greatest i. ∴ the required sum = 6 × 14 (1 + 10 + 100 + 1000) = 84 × 1111 = 93324 For the roots being of opposite signs. x + 4 = x + 2x + 1 3 ⇒ x = 2 = 3 = 1 1 2 3 1 2 3 × 63 × 6 36.. 1 .. 3 2 13 = 63 40. ⇒ n ≤ 10 as 21 is odd. so also the second factors.. Ltd. pp 3 1 < 0 ⇒ p ∈ 0. 9αβ = a a 42. ∴ p ∈ (0. . BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Solns .e. (2) 3α 3β = 3b 9c . (3) log x 3 1 log 1 x 3 = 2 x = 2 ∴ the equation whose roots are 3α. ax2 + 3bx + 9c = 0 38. Each of the four numbers occur in the unit place 6 times. (3) The given series are in G. 3. (1) Let z = x + iy.

Ltd. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Solns .7 .7 m n 44. (4) 1 x 1 1 x = 1 x x m n m 45. (1) Lt x→0 a x 2 1 x x 2 b 2 x 2 1 ∴ coefficient of 1 in this expansion x m−1 = coefficient of x = m n in (1 + x) n m+n = lim x→0 a 1 x 2 b x 2 1 x 2 C m 1 = m m 1 n 1 = ln a ln b = ln a b ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt.

(1) 57. (3) 52.31] m/s 62.125 − 1 = 0.0 48. (4) 58.4 2 = 2 0. (2) 47.2 13. (1) 53. (3) 68.64 = ± 0. (1) 69. (3) BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Solns . (3) 65.5 2 0.250 or m = 0.0 2 significant digits] v = dv ds =± v s dt t =± 0. (2) t = 1 or 1 c 2 c 10. (2) 63. (4) 51. (4) 59.8 = = 3.4 m/s [upto t 4. . (4) 55.31 m/s P =P t c 1 m 2 =9 1 0. (3) P P m 2 2 2 P m t = 2 P 56.41 = 0.125 m = 2 9 m2 = 2 × 0. (1) 60.5 The total modulation index will be m = t m 2 1 m = 2 2 0. (2) 50.84 kW 49.64 2 2 v = [3. (4) 54.8 = 10.8 0.125 = 0. (2) s 13.45 = 3. (3) 66.4 ± 0. Ltd.125 − 1 = 1.0894 dv = 0.8 PART II: PHYSICS 46. (2) 61. (2) ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. (3) 64.3 4. (2) 67.

(2) 73. (3) After three half-lives. (3) 71. (2) 82. (2) 79. (2) E= 75. the count 83. (2) ⇒ω= 72. (2) 85. (3) 76. (1) 81. (3) 78. (4) 80. Ltd. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Solns . (3) 84. (3) Let ω1 = an initial angular velocity of disc ω2 = final common angular velocity of disc and ring For disc I1 = 2 1 mr 2 L = I1 ω1 = (I1 + I2) ω2 I ω 1 1 I 1 I = 2 ω 1 3 E1 = 2 1 I ω 1 1 2 1 2 I 1 I 2 ω 2 Heat produced = E1 − E Ratio of heat produced to initial E E 1 Kinetic Energy = E 1 = 2 3 Initial count rate for 1 cm3 of liquid r = 100 rate for 1 cm3 = 1 r × 8 100 Let volume of remaining liquid = V cm3 Count rate of this liquid = V × r 10 r 800 = ⇒ V = 80 For ring I2 = mr2 By conservation ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. (3) 74. (1) 77.9 70.9 .

(2) NH2COONH4(s) 2NH3(g) + CO2(g) At equilibrium. but T∆S < ∆H At high temperature.e.10 PART III: CHEMISTRY 86.9)2 = 24 n=4 90. Freezing point is raised. pNH3 = 2p atm 6n + 2 = 7n n=2 C H 2 6 g 3 1 O → 2CO 2 2 2 g 3H O 2 Kp = p2 NH3 × pCO2 = (2p)2 × p = 4p3 = 1: 3 1 2 ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. depression of freezing point of the resultant solution is less. ∆H = + ve.. the number of ions decreases. (1) 2K I aq Hg I 2 → K 2 1 Hg I 1 4 Total number of ions 7 = 3 As a result.9 n(n + 2) = (4. ∆G = ∆H − T∆S ∆G is + ve at low temperature. (2) C H n 91. (2) Number of spectral line when an electron undergoes transition from nth electronic level to lower level n n 1 5 5 1 5×4 = = = 10 = 2 2 2 89. 8 cubes are present i. (2) 3n 1 2 O → 2 For an endothermic reaction. with 8 tetrahedral holes. n = 4 = Mn+3 88.10 . if partial pressure of CO2 = p atms. (4) In a FCC unit. 2n 2 nCO2(g) + (n + 1) H2O 3n 2 4 3n 2 1 1 :n = 7 : 4 = 7n 92. (2) µ resultant magneton = n n 2 Bohr n = number of unpaired/single electrons in the transition metal species n n 2 = 4. Number of carbon atoms at alternate tetrahedral cubes = 4 Number of carbon atoms 1 occupying 8 corners = 8× = 1 8 Number of carbon atoms occupying at 6 face centres 1 = 6× = 3 2 Total number of carbon atoms in FCC unit cell =8 87. T∆S > ∆H and ∆G becomes − ve. and ∆S + ve. Ltd. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Solns . spontaneous.

(4) 108.058 atm 93. (1) 2.9 × 10− 5 p3 = 0. (3) 100. (3) 105. Z = 3 Potential energy = =2 E= 0. (3) NH3 − electron donor.725 × 10− 5 p = 1.11 4p3 = 2. one chemical energy is used as electric current. (1) FeC2O4 + H2SO4 → FeSO4 + COOH COOH 106. (4) 98.53 × n r = Å n Z 2Ag+1 + 2e− → 2Ag0 Cathode _____________________ n = Number of electrons involved in the redox reaction 3e 4 πr 2 95. (4) log K = 2 × 0. 103.6 97. (3) 104. (4) ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt.6 0. Lewis acid 102.935 × 10− 2 Total pressure 3p = 5. (4) For Li+2.18 × 10 n 2 2 18 Z 2 101. Fe+2 → Fe+3 + 1e = 1e − − atm Total number of electrons from FeC2O4 molecules is 3. Equivalent mass of FeC2O4 = Molar mass 3 2Ag o = 0. Ltd. (2) Molecularity of reaction is a positive whole number only. (3) 107.059 log K c 2 c 96. If n primary quantum number. (4) Dry battery is primary cell.805 × 10 −2 Both are acting as reducing agent with acid KMnO4. it cannot be recharged. E = n 94. (1) Cu 0 2Ag 1 aq → Cu 2 aq Cu 0 → Cu+2 + 2e− Anode 0. (3) 99.059 Kc = antilog of 15. Lewis base Cu2+ − electron acceptor.46 = 15.11 . BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Solns .

(4) 112. Four isomers and one racemic mixture. Ltd. (3) 114. (3) Ni0 (CO)o 115. (3) 124. (4) 120. (1) ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. (4) 118. n = 0. (1) 122. two geometrical with two different configuration at chiral center. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Solns . diamagnetic.12 . (4) 119. Hence. (2) 113. (4) CO is strong field ligand in spectro chemical series. (4) 125. 117.12 109. (3) As it contains one double bond and one chiral carbon atom. (3) 116. 110. (3) 123. (4) 111. pairing of electrons. (3) 121.

(4) 141. (1) 131. (1) ◊ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. BITSAT/MTP 7/Obj/Solns . (2) 129. (4) 144. (1) 143. (4) 149. (2) 134. (3) 145. (3) 127. (1) 128. (2) 132. Ltd. (3) 136.13 . (2) 138. (3) 137. (2) 133. (4) 150. (3) 130. (2) 148. (2) 140. (1) 135. (4) 142. (1) 146.13 PART IV: ENGLISH PROFICIENCY AND LOGICAL REASONING (a) ENGLISH PROFICIENCY (b) LOGICAL REASONING 126. (2) 147. (4) 139.

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