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Total time : 120 minutes

[Ques. Paper Code : 5-1-4]

(Total Marks : 240)

ONLY ONE OUT OF FOUR OPTIONS IS CORRECT

1.

Ans.

Sol.

2.

If equal weights of oxygen and nitrogen are kept in separate containers at the same temperature then

(a) Both the containers have the same numbers of molecules.

(b) The pressure of the nitrogen container is greater than that of the oxygen container.

(c) More molecules are present in the oxygen container.

(d) The pressure of the oxygen container is greater than that of the nitrogen container.

[b]

O2

N2

wt

x

x

x

x

moles

32

28

pressure no. of moles

A boy is standing on a truck which is moving with constant speed along a straight road. On a day when wind

is negligible, the boy throws a ball vertically up with some velocity. The ball comes back and falls

Ans.

(b) In front of the boy

(c) Behind or in front of the boy depending on the speed of the truck and ball

(d) into boy's hand

[d]

3.

If

Ans.

(a) x + y = 2z

[b]

Sol.

(b) x + y = 3z

(c) x y = 2z

(d) x y = 3z

75 = 45 = z 15 = k (Let)

75 = kx

45 = ky

15 = kz

ln 75 = x ln k

ln 45 = y ln k

ln 15 = z ln k

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x=

ln 75

ln k

y=

ln 45

ln k

z=

ln 15

ln k

the eq. x + y =

=

1

[ln 75 + ln 45]

ln k

1

[ln 3375]

ln k

As 153 = 3375

1

x+y=

[ln 153 ]

ln k

=

1

[3 ln 15]

ln k

but ln 15 = z ln k

1

3 z ln k

x+y=

ln k

x + y = 3z.

4.

The pressure at the bottom of the four vessels filled with water to the same level is P1, P2, P3 and P4

respectively. Then which of the following conclusion is correct

P1

(a) P1 > P2 > P3 > P4

P2

(b) P1 < P2 < P3 < P4

P3

(c) P1 = P2 = P3 = P4

Ans.

[c]

5.

P4

(d) P1 = P4 = P2 > P3

1 1 1

+ + = m . How many of the following

x y z

Ans.

(i) m = 6

(ii) m = 8

(iii) m = 10

(iv) m = 12

(a) 2

(b) 1

(c) 3

(d) all

[a]

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As AM HM

x+y+z

3

1 1 1

3

+ +

x y z

1

3

1

1 1

3

+ +

x y z

1 1 1

+ + 9

x y z

may be 10 or 12

6.

Ans.

Two liters of oxygen gas diffused through a membrane in 600 seconds. 0.6 liter of an unknown gas diffused

through the same membrane in balf the time required for oxygen to diffuse. The molecular weight of the

unknown gas is

(a) 16

(b) 89

(c) 44

(d) 64

[b]

2

0.6

runknow =

rO 2 =

600

300

rO 2

2 300 10 5

=

=

=

runknown 600 0.6

6 3

rO 2

runknown

5

=

3

M unknown

M O2

M unknown

32

25 M unknown

=

9

32

32 25 800

=

= 88.88 ~

Munknown =

89

9

9

A student treats some onion root tips with colchicine that is responsible for arresting cell division at the

metaphase state (by dissolving spindle fibres) and further prepared a slide of the root tip staining with

acetoorcein (stains chromatin) and observed under high power of compound microscope. He is well aware of

the cell cycle given alongside.

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7.

Ans.

8.

Ans.

9.

Ans.

10.

Ans.

11.

Ans.

12.

(a) Most cells are in the metaphase

(b) Most cells are in interphase

(c) No cells are in anaphase or telophase

(d) Chromosomes could be observed better than a slide prepared without colchicine treatment

[b]

Why did the student choose root tips of onion

(a) Roots grow fast and considerable length of tips can be used

(b) Roots tips have meristematic tissue

(c) Root tips are easy to smear and stain

(d) Cell division occurs only at the root tips in plants

[b]

What might be the purpose of the student?

(a) Observing stages of cell division

(b) Comparing number of cells in various stages of cell division

(c) Preventing further growth of the root tips

(d) Observing chromosomes

[a]

Considering the action of colchicines, it may be considered for the treatment of

(a) Hairfall

(b) Cancer

(c) Anemia

(d) Bacterial infection

[b]

The element with electronic configuration 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 is a/an

(a) Inert gas

(b) Non-metal

(c) Metalloid

[d]

E.C. = 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2

i.e. ns2 is general E.C. of Alkaline earth metal

Atomic number is 12 i.e. element is Mg

(d) Metal

A ball is thrown up vertically in still air with a velocity of 20ms1. It comes back to ground. The

velocity-time graph is (g = 10ms2).

v

v

20

15

10

5

(a)

5

10

15

20

20

15

10

5

1 2 3 4

(b)

1 2 3 4

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20

15

10

5

(c)

5

10

15

20

20

15

10

5

t

1 2 3 4

(d)

1 2 3 4

Ans.

Sol.

[a]

v = u + gt

20 2

=

t=

10 1

t = 2 sec. to reach max height so total time is 4 sec.

13.

The sixty sixth independence day was on Wednesday. After how many years the next independence day will

be on Wednesday ?

(a) 28 years

(b) 7 years

(c) 11 years

(d) 6 years

[c]

Ans.

14.

Ans.

15.

Ans.

Sol.

Sound waves travelling in air enters water at an angle i with the normal. It gets refracted at angle r with

(a) r > i

(b) i > r

(c) i = r

(d) Sound waves do not get refracted

[a]

Water is rarer medium for sound.

What will be the remainder if the number 72012 is divided by 25?

(a) 24

(b) 18

(c) 1

[c]

(72)1006

(501)1006 25

1006

(d) 7

Remainder is = 1

16.

Ans.

Sol.

The last electron of the element of atomic member 31 will have the following quantum numbers

n

l

m

s

(a)

3

0

0

1/2

(b)

4

1

1

1/2

(c)

3

1

1

+1/2

(d)

4

0

0

+1/2

[b]

Atomic number (31) = [Ar] 3d10 4s2 4p1

Element Ga

Last e will enters in 4p1

1

n = 4, l = 1, m = 1, s =

2

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17.

(a) Spiders, Predacious insects and herbivorous insects

(b) Foxes, Hawks and Snakes

(c) Rabbit, Squirrels and Mice

(d) Snake, Toads and spiders

Ans.

[d]

18.

The shortest and the longest food chains have. and . Number of organisms respectively

(a) 2 and 6

(b) 2 and 5

(c) 3 and 6

(d) 3 and 5

Ans.

[b]

19.

An insecticide is sprayed to protect the plants. Which of the following statements is true ?

(a) Toads and insectivorous birds will prosper as they will get ample supply of dead insects

(b) Some insects will die, some will become resistant and prolifer more and top carnivore will be affected

most

(c) Herbivores will be greatly affected, plants will be safe and carnivores will move to other area and will not

be affected greatly

(d) Some insects will die, but there will be no long term effects as the pesticides will get washed away

Ans.

[b]

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20.

What should be the preferred food of snakes to ensure minimum loss of solar energy

(a) Foxes

(b) Toads

(d) Mice

Ans.

[d]

21.

Organisms having low chances of survival produce larger number of offsprings to ensure their survival.

Which of the following can be a characteristic feature of such organisms.

(a) Good parental care

Ans.

[d]

22.

(a) KCl

(b) CS2

(c) KCN

(d) C2H6

Ans.

[c]

Sol.

KCN K+ C N

23.

A particle of mass 0.5 kg travelling with a velocity of 2ms1 experiences acceleration of 2m2 for 9s. The

workdone by the force on the particle during this period is

(a) 396J

Ans.

[d]

Sol.

v = u + at

(b) 101J

(c) 190J

(d) 99J

=2+29

= 20 m/s

w=

1

m (v2 u2)

2

1 1

(400 4)

2 2

1

(396) = 99

4

24.

The product of three consecutive natural numbers is 124850054994. What is their average?

(a) 4993

(b) 4994

Ans.

[c]

Sol.

then by options (total of no. are)

14979, 14982, 14994, 14991

3x + 3 = 14994

14994 3 14991

=

= 4997

x=

3

3

other no. are 4998, 4999

4997 + 4998 + 4999

= 4998

average =

3

(c) 4998

(d) 4997

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25.

What is the reading of the spring balance shown in the figure below ?

2N

Ans.

26.

Ans.

27.

Ans.

28.

Ans.

29.

Ans.

30.

Ans.

Sol.

(a) 2N

[a]

2N

(b) 0

(c) 4N

(d) 6N

If ABCD is a cyclic quadrilateral. AB = 204, BC = 104, CD = 195, DA = 85 and BD = 221. Then find AC

(a) 205

(b) 220

(c) 210

(d) 225

[b]

Molality of a solution is the number of

(a) moles of the solute per 1000 mL of the solution

(b) moles of the solute per 1000 g of the solvent

(c) moles of the solute per 1000 mL of the solvent

(d) moles of the solute per 100 g of the solvent

[b]

A scientist wanted to check the effect of a certain hair straightening procedure on the tensile strength of hair.

The scientist could take only 20 samples. Which of the following sampling pattern should she use to ensure

that maximum parametes are controlled and the results reflect the effect of the straightening process alone.

(a) 10 girls and 10 boys one each of age 15, 16, 17 and so on upto 25 after the procedure and another similar

set of sample group who did not undergo the procedure

(b) 10 girls and 10 boys one each of age 15, 16, 17 and so on upto 25 before and after the procedure

(c) 10 girls and 10 boys of age 18 after the straightening procedure and another similar set of sample group

who did not undergo the procedure

(d) 10 girls and 10 boys of age 18 before and after the straightening procedure

[*]

A lady has 4 kids with blood group AB and 1 kid with blood group O. If the father of these kids have blood

group B, what is the possible genotype of the lady?

(a) lAlO

(b) lAlB

(c) lAlB

(d) lBlB

[a]

The oxidation number of chlorine in CaOCl2 is

(a) +3

(b) 1

[d]

+1

OCl

Ca 1

Cl

Average oxidation number of Cl =

(c) +1

(d) 0

1 + 1

=0

2

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31.

The real image of an extended object placed in front of a concave mirror is formed at a distance of 40 cm

from the object. If the image is 3 times bigger than the object, the magnitude of focal length of the mirror is

(a) 5 cm

Ans.

(b) 10 cm

(c) 20 cm

(d) 15 cm

[d]

40

Sol.

m=

v

u

u + 40

3 =

u

3u = u + 40

2u = 40

u = 20

1 1 1

= +

f v u

1

1

60 20

1 3

=

60

4

1

=

=

60

15

f = 15 cm.

32.

(a) 120

Ans.

[b]

Sol.

cos =

33.

(b) 300

1

&

2

cos = cos 60

cos = cos (360 300)

= cos 300

= 300

(c) 210

(d) 330

cos = 1

cos = 0

= 360

A person suffering from short sight is advised to wear spectacles having concave lens of power 1.25D. What

is the farthest distance he can see clearly without spectacles?

(a) 60 cm

Ans.

[c]

(b) 100 cm

(c) 80 cm

(d) 120 cm

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Sol.

p=

1

f

f=

100

100 = 80cm

125

1 1 1

=

f v u

1 1 1

=

80 v

v = 80 cm

34.

Consider triangles having integer sides such that no side is greater than 4 units. How many such triangles are

possible ?

(a) 64

(b) 17

(c) 24

Ans.

[b]

Sol.

but 7 triangles are not possible

Q sum of two sides is more than third) like (1, 1, 2) (1, 2, 4) .....

35.

Ans.

(d) 13

[a]

Fact

36.

(a) Viruses are precursors to bacteria

(b) Viruses use host machinery to reproduce unlike bacteria

(c) Viruses lack proteins that are present in viruses

(d) Viruses have proteins whereas bacteria do not

Ans.

[b]

37.

Ans.

i. Conjugation

ii. Fragmentation

iv. Zygote

[a]

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38.

Ans.

Sol.

39.

Ans.

Sol.

40.

Ans.

Sol.

(a) Oxidation of sugar

(b) Reduction of sugar

(c) Dehydration of sugar

(d) Hydrolysis of sugar

[c]

2SO 4

C12 H22 O11 conc

H

12C + 11H2O

n

(conc H2SO4 act as dehydrating agent)

Two wire made of same material have length l and 2l. If the masses of the wires are same, the ratio of the

resistance of shorter wire to that of longer wire is

(a) 1/2

(b) 1/4

(c) 2

(d) 4

[b]

R 1 l 1A 2

=

R 2 A1l 2

lA

= 1 2

A1l 2

lA 2

=

A1 2l

A2

=

2 A1

m

d=

v

v1 d = v2 d

A1l1 = A2l2

A1 l = A2 2l

R1 1

1 A

= 2

=

2 A1

R2 4

Find x2 + y2 + z2 if x2 + xy + xz = 135, y2 + yz + yx = 351 and z2 + zx + zy = 243

(a) 225

(b) 275

(c) 250

(d) 300

[b]

x2 + y2 + z2 = ?

.....(1)

x2 + xy + xz = 135

..... (2)

y2 + yz + yx = 351

z2 + zx + zy = 243

.....(3)

add equation (1), (2) & (3)

.....(4)

2

(x + y + z) = 729

x + y + z = 729 = 9 81 = 27

x + y + z = 27

.(5)

by (1) x2 + x(y + z) = 135

x2 + x(27 x) = 135

27x = 135

135 15

= =5

x=

27

3

& by (2) y2 + y(27 y) = 351 & z2 + z(27 z) = 243

351 39

243 27

y=

=

= 13

z=

=

=9

27

3

27

3

x2 + y2 + z2 = 25 + 169 + 81 = 275

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41.

Current passing through a wire increases by 20%. Due to Joule heating the resistance increases by 20%. The

percentage increase in the power is

(a) 40%

Ans.

[d]

Sol.

P = i2R

(b) 44%

(c) 33%

(d) 72.8%

6i 6

P = R

5 5

216 2

i R i 2 R 100

125

=

2

i R

= 72.8%

42.

In a certain number system 363 + 1056 = 1452. Find the value of (654 456) in the same number system

(a) 165

(b) 156

Ans.

[a]

43.

A radioactive element

232

90R

(c) 178

(d) 198

emits one alpha() particle and then two beta () particles. The daughter

(a) Atomic no. 88, Mass no. 232

Ans.

[d]

Sol.

232

90 Th

44.

228

88 Ra

228

90 Th

Ans.

[a]

45.

The combination of the following structures possessing a single set of genome is:

(i) ovary

(ii) anther

(iii) egg

(iv) Zygote

(v) sepal

(vi) petal

(vii) Pollen

(a) i, ii, iv, v and vi

Ans.

[b]

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46.

Ans.

Sol.

The equilibrium constant for the gaseous reaction N2 + O2 2NO is K. The equilibrium constant for the

formation of one mole of NO will be

(a) K/2

(b) K

[c]

N2 + O2 2NO

1

1

N2 + O2 NO

2

2

1/2

K' = (K)

K' =

47.

Ans.

48.

Ans.

Sol.

(c)

(d) 2K

K'

A bar magnet is placed on a table. There are n number of field lines connecting North pole to South pole of

the magnet. Another identical magnet is placed on the first magnet with North Pole on North Pole and South

Pole on South Pole. The number of field lines are now

(a) n

(b) n2

(c) 2n

(d) n/2

[c]

What is the radius of the circumcircle of a triangle whose sides are 30 cm, 36 cm and 30 cm in length

(a) 18 cm

(b) 18.25 cm

(c) 18.75 cm

(d) 18.50 cm

[c]

A

30

30

B

C

36

s = 30 + 30 + 36 = 126

b

And (A & C) =

4a 2 b 2

4

= 9 4 900 362

= 9 36000 36 36

= 9 6 8 = 432

abc

30 30 36

75

=

R=

=

= 18.75

4

4 432

4

49.

A conducting wire shown in the figure carries current I. Segments AB, BC and CD are of same length. The

direction of the magnetic field at point P is given by

A

B

P

C

Ans.

(c) towards right

[a]

D

(b) into the plane of the paper

(d) towards left

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B

3

4

2

A

(a) 4.8

Ans.

(b) 5.8

(c) 5.2

(d) 6.2

[d]

B

3

2

A

s=

Sol.

6 + 10 + 8

= 12

2

Area (PQR) =

1

(ABC)

4

= 12 6 2 4

= 12 2 = 24

Area (PQR) = 6

51.

(a) X5

(b) 6X5

Ans.

[c]

Sol.

B2D3

2B+3 + 3D2

X mol/litre

2x

3x

+3 2

(c) 108X5

(d) 36X5

2 3

Ksp = [B ] [D ]

Ksp = (2x)2 (3x)3

Ksp = 108x5

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52.

Ans.

If and when proteins are oxidized during respiration the energy yield is lesser than when carbohydrates or

lipids are oxidized. This is primarily due to the fact that they have:

(a) relatively more oxygen

(b) nitrogen that is not oxidized

(c) relatively less carbon

(d) relatively less hydrogen

[c]

Ans.

(a) 1.5 1022 molecules

(c) 6.023 1023 molecules

[d]

Sol.

n o2 =

53.

(d) 1.5 1023 molecules

8 1

=

32 4

No. of molecules =

1

6.0 1023

4

54.

Ans.

Sol.

In a nuclear reactor the fission process of each 235U-atom gives out an energy of 200 MeV. According to

Einstein's equation the amount of mass getting converted to energy in this process is

(a) 3.55 1030 Kg

(b) 3.55 1028 Kg

(c) 3.55 1038 Kg

(d) 3.55 1027 Kg

[a]

E = mc2

200 1.6 10 19 10 6

=m

3 108 3 108

200 1.6 10 13

16

9

10

= 35.55 1029

= 3.55 1030

55.

(a) sin(x y)

Ans.

Sol.

(b) cos(x y)

1

(2 a 2 b 2 )

2

(c) sin(x + y)

(d) cos(x + y)

[d]

sin x + sin y = a

cos x cos y = b

a2 + b2 = 1 + 1 2 cos (x + y)

2 cos (x + y) = 2 a2 b2

or cos (x + y) = +

1

(2 a2 b2)

2

cos (x + y)

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56.

A ball is projected at an angle of 45 with horizontal. In the absence of air resistance, the ball follows

(a) Elliptical orbit

Ans.

[b]

57.

A circle is inscribed in an isosceles trapezium ABCD in which AB is parallel DC. If AB = 10 and DC = 30.

Find the area of the circle.

(a) 45

(b) 50

(c) 75

(d) 60

Ans.

[c]

58.

When 1g of CaCO3 reacts with 50 mL of 0.1 M HCl, the volume of CO2 produced is

(a) 11.2 mL

Ans.

(b) 22.4 mL

(c) 224 mL

(d) 112 mL

[Bonus]

Sol.

Initial moles

1

100

1

200

2 Moles of HCl form = 1 mole of CO2

1

1

1

moles of HCl form =

200

2 200

=

1

moles

400

1

22.4

400

= 0.056 lires

= 0.056 1000 = 56 ml

59.

Neoteny or larva becoming large and developing into adult retaining larval features is common in

amphibians since they are adapted to survive:

(a) in dark places and lack of light induces early sexual maturation

(b) on insects that fail to supply enough nutrients

(c) on a high protein diet that induces early maturation

(d) in fresh water bodies where temperature and/or iodine content is less

Ans.

[d]

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60.

Ans.

Sol.

61.

Ans.

Sol.

(a) Gas in solid

(c) Liquid in solid

[c]

Fact

(d) Liquid in gas

60g of ice at 0C is added to 20g of water at 40. The final temperature attained by the mixture is (given

latent heat of melting of ice = 80 cal/g and specific heat of water is 1 cal/g/C)

(a) 5C

(b) 20C

(c) 10C

(d) 0C

[d]

60 g ice at 0C

20g water at 40C

heat gain

heat lost

m c T

20 1 40 = 800 cal.

mL

60 80 = 4800

Water at 0C

Temperature 0C

heat gain > heat lost

so ice does not melt completely so temperature 0C.

62.

Ans.

Sol.

(a) 62.5%

(b) 75%

(c) 60%

(d) 80%

[b]

1

1

or y =

y

x

x

xN = 1.25 x

1

yN =

1.25x

yN =

1

y = 0.8 y

1.25

y becomes

= 0.8 y

80%

63.

Ans.

Wavelength is

(i)

The distance traveled by the wave in one period of oscillation of particles in the medium.

(ii)

The distance between two particles, which are in the same phase.

(iii)

Half of the distance between two particles, which are in the same phase.

The correct definitions are

(a) (i) and (ii)

(b) (i) and (iii)

(c) (i), (ii) and (iii)

(d) (ii) and (iii)

[a]

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64.

2

2

2

2

2

+

+

+

+ ... +

15 35 63 99

9999

(a) 8/33

(b) 98/303

Ans.

[b]

Sol.

2

2

2

2

2

+

+

+

+ .... +

15 35 63 99

9999

=

(d) 222/909

1 1 1 1 1 1

1

1

+ + + ... +

3 5 5 7 7 9

99 101

65.

(c) 2/11

1 1

98

=

3 101 303

When a dilute solution of sulphuric acid is electrolysed using platinum electrodes the gas evolved at the

positive electrode is

(a) SO2

(b) SO3

Ans.

[c]

Sol.

H2SO4 2H+ + SO 24

(c) O2

(d) H2

H2O H+ + OH

At anode (or at positive electrode)

2OH H2O +

66.

1

O2 + 2e

2

To avoid damage to electricity cables trees are often trimmed before monsoon. Excessive trimming leaving

only trunk often leads to death of a tree. The most probable reason is that:

Ans.

[b]

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(a) CH3COONH4

(c) CH3COONa/CH3COOH

(d) CH3COOH

Ans.

[b]

Sol.

Fact

68.

An ideal cell of emf 10V is connected across the network of resistors as shown in the figure. The value of the

resistance R for which the power dissipated by the parallel combination is same as that in 10 resistance is.

100

10

10V

Ans.

Sol.

(a) 20

[c]

(b) 30

(c) 11.11

(d) 22.22

10 R

i2 10 = i 2

10 + R

100 + 10R = 10R

100 R

i2 10 = i2

100 + R

1000 + 10R = 100 R

90R = 1000

R=

69.

100

= 11.11

9

If one of the roots of the equation x2 px + q = 0 is m times the other root then m/(1 + m2) is equal to

(a)

p

p 2q

2

Ans.

[d]

Sol.

x2 px + q = 0

Let roots are &

given = m

also + = p, = q

m + = p

(1 + m) = p

p

=

1+ m

& m2 = q

(b)

p

q 2p

2

(c)

q

q 2p

2

(d)

q

p 2p

2

(*)

(1)

(2)

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p2

= q

By (1) & (2) m

2

(1 + m)

m

q

= 2

2

(1 + m)

p

Q , are roots

& 2 p + q = 0

p = 2 + q

2 p + q = 0

m22 mp + q = 0

(3) in (4)

m22 m (2 + q) + q = 0

m22 m2 mq + q = 0

m=1

q

satisfies by 2

p 2q

70.

(3)

(4)

Three particles each of mass m are placed at the vertices of a triangle of sides r. The force experienced by

each mass is

(a) 2

Ans.

Gm 2

r2

(b)

Gm 2

2 2

r

(c)

Gm 2

r2

(d)

Gm 2

3 2

r

[d]

Sol.

60m

f net = F 2 + F 2 + 2F 2 cos 60

F 2 + F 2 + 2F 2

3F

1

2

Ans.

(a) 18

(b) 10

(c) 24

(d) 30

[c]

Sol.

a+b+c=1

.(1)

a2 + b2 + c2 = 21

.(2)

abc = 8

(3)

71.

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(1 a) (1 b) (1 c) = ?

by (1)

(a + b + c)2 = 1

a2 + b2 + c2 + 2(ab + bc + ca) = 1

21 + 2 (ab + bc + ca) = 1

or

ab + bc + ca = 10

(4)

also abc = 8

(1 a) (1 b) (1 c)

(1 a) (1 b c + bc)

= 1 b c + bc a + ab + ac abc

= 1 (b + c + a) + (ab + bc + ca) abc

= 1 1 10 8

= 18

72.

(a) Fehling's reagent

Ans.

[b]

Sol.

Fact

73.

A film of oil on every water surface arrests the growth in mosquito population since:

(a) mosquito larvae suffocate

Ans.

[a]

74.

At constant temperature and pressure which of the following statements is true for the reaction.

CO2(g) + O2(g) CO2(g)

(a) E > H

(b) E = H

(c) E < H

Ans.

[a]

Sol.

H = E + ng RT

ng = 1 1.5

ng = 0.5

E > H

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75.

Ans.

Sol.

76.

Ans.

Sol.

77.

Ans.

78.

Ans.

Sol.

When a car turns on a curved road, you are pushed against one of the doors of the car because of

(a) inertia

(b) the centrifugal force

(c) the centripetal force

(d) the frictional force

[a]

Inertia

The distance between two spots A & B on the same bank of the river is 75km. Speed of the boat in still water

is twice as much as that of the speed of the water current of the river. The boat travels in the river from A to

B and returns back to the spot in 16 hour. What is the speed of the boat in still water ?

(a) 18 kmph

(b) 15 kmph

(c) 16 kmph

(d) 12.5 kmph

[d]

Speed of water = x

Speed of boat in still water = 2x

75 km

B

A

75 75

t1 + t2 = 16

+

= 16 x = 12.5

x 3x

Michael Faraday a book binder got an opportunity to work with a scientist and later succeeded him. Name of

the scientist is

(a) Humphrey Davy

(b) Hans Christain Oersted

(c) Heinrich Lenz

(d) James Clerk Maxwell

[a]

Find the equation of the line parallel to 4x + 3y = 5 and having x-intercept (3)

(a) 3x + 4y + 12 = 0

(b) 3x + 4y = 12

(c) 4x + 3y + 12 = 0

(d) 4x + 3y 12 = 0

[c]

line parallel to

4x + 3y = 5 , is

4x + 3y + k = 0

x

y

+

= +1

k/4

k/3

k

given = 3

4

k = 12

4x + 3y + 12 = 0

Ans.

The green coloured substance produced during the burning of ammonium dichromate in fireworks is

(a) Cr2O3

(b) CrO3

(c) CrO(O2)2

(d) Cr(OH)3

[a]

Sol.

(NH4)2 Cr2O7

N2 + Cr2O3 + 4H2O

80.

Mud flats with mangrove plants export a lot of organic matter to waters in contact. This is primarily because:

(a) there are fewer consumers in mangrove community

(b) excreta of animals in mangrove community is richer in fibers

(c) aerobic decomposers cannot survive in waterlogged mud

(d) detritivores are lacking in mangrove community

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79.

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