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KEY SHEET

PHYSICS

1)4

2)2

3)2

4)1

5)2

6)3

7)3

15)3

16)3

17)1

18)4

19)1

20)4

21)2

8)3

22)2

29)2

9)3

23)4

30)3

10)3

11)2

24)2

12)3

25)4

13)3

26)1

27)1

14)3

28)2

MATHEMATICS

31)2

32) 1

33) 2

34)1

35)1

36)4

37) 4

45)1

46)2

47)2

48)3

49)1

50)4

51)4

59)4

53)1

60)3

40)3

41)2

54)1

42)1

55) 4

56)2

43)3

52)4

39)1

57)1

44)1

58)1

.i

38) 1

62)4

63)2

64)4

75)2

76)4

77)2

78)4

90)2

84)4

85)1

66)4

67)1

79)3

80)1

81)2

72)4

ys

71)3

ud

89)3

83)1

70)3

.s

t

82)1

69)1

ww

w

68)4

65)3

te

61)4

ps

CHEMISTRY

86)4

73) 3

87)4

74)3

88) 2

HINTS &SOLUTIONS

PHYSICS

1

1

2I

I 0 E02C or E0

2

0C

2 4

8.8 1012 3 108

55.5NC 1

Conceptual

from input signals , we have

A

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

1

0

OUTPUT nand

GATE

1

1

1

0

1

.i

2

3

ps

ww

w

5

t

6

and drift 1 t 1.5km

4

v2

R

50 cos 370

v2

40 ; v 20 m / s

10

conceptual

Y1

1

1

0

1

ys

ud

Y

1

1

1

0

.s

t

B

0

1

0

1

te

4

A

0

0

1

1

E0

Y2

1

0

1

1

Y

0

1

1

0

10

11

12

di

di

i 20 5t ve

dt

dt

di

30 L 30 at t 2sec; i 1amp

dt

Basic concept of phasor

This error occur in all the instruments which utilizes screw or nut-bolt system

L.C of vernier =M.S.D V.S.D

5 4.9104 m 0.01mm

30 l

ys

te

ps

.i

ww

w

.s

t

ud

13

14

15

16

m

m

nRT1 ln 2 2nRT2 ln 2

m1

m1

T1

2

T2

The temperature of these objects being identical the cooling rate will depend upon surface area. The

circular pate has the largest area and hence will cool faster than cube and sphere, Sphere having less

surface area than a cube will cool at the lower rate

4 S 4 0.05

R 2cm; P

10 Pa

R 2 102

r

3

tan 37 0

8

4

r 6m

F P0 h g r 2

105 10 8000 10 36

18

n

.i

17

1.8 36 105 2 10 7

since it is a conductor

V0 = potential at surface=0

q

Q

0

4 0 a 4 0 2a

Q

q

2

VA Vat surface VB VC VO

ud

The potential at centre of sphere in which q charge is uniformly distributed throughout the volume is

1 3q

VC

4 0 2 R

By symmetry the potential at centre due to half sphere will be half of the complete sphere

1 3q / 2

VC

4 0 2 R

20

1 3Q

4 0 2 R

2 Q

ww

w

.s

t

19

ys

te

ps

v v

v

Ar 1 2 A; v2 1

2

v1 v2

1

energy reflected energy incident

9

21

36m / s

1.2m

30

0.3m

22

mR 2 ml 2

mR 2

Li L f 0

'

2

2

3

30 R 2

3R 2 2l 2

E a(1 cos f1t ) cos 2 f 2t a cos 2 f 2t a cos 2 f1t cos 2 f 2t

1

1

E a cos 2 f 2t a cos 2 f1 f 2 t a cos 2 f1 f 2 t

2

2

This is a complex vibration consists of harmonic vibrations of frequencies f 2 , f1 f 2 and f1 f 2

'

23

Tmax h f1 f 2

24

6.6 1034

3.6 1015 1.2 1015 2.35

19

1.6 10

17.45ev

Apply conservation of momentum & energy

25

Let total sum of number of isotopes at the formation of the planet was N 0 and currently is N

.i

te

ys

ud

ln 2 1 1

t 2 ln 2

109 2 4

t 8 109 years

ps

N t

N X 0 e 1 0.2 N .(i)

2

N

N y 0 e 2t 0.8 N ..(ii)

2

Dividing equation (ii) by (i)

t

e 1 2 4

1 2 t ln 4

ww

w

26

.s

t

At P, x,

D

For 2 maxim,

24d 2

x 2

2

D

I I I

B 0 i 0 j 0 k

2R 2R 2R

I

B 0 3

2R

nd

27

8d 3d

28

V 6 V 6V

(-ve sign signifies that left hand plate is of negative polarity )

Charge CV 1 6 6 C

In steady state current through capacitor is zero. For zero deflection VA VB

q

So, IR1

C1

q

R C

And IR2

1 2

C2

R2 C1

x4

0

4

Since there is no loss energy , so

x4

1

x 2 E1 mv 2 3

4

2

4

2

x 4 x 12 0

4 16 48

x2

2

4 8

6, 2

2

x 2

U 2 x x 3 dx x 2

.s

t

ud

ys

te

ps

ww

w

30

.i

29

In steady state the capacitor is fully charges and is treated as open circuit, so no current flows

through branch containing capacitor in steady state, So, the circuit can be redrawn as

MATHEMATICS

31

z 1

z 1

0 iz iz 1 i z z i

1 1 1

1 1 1

z 1 z1

z i

0

z i i 0

0

1

[Using C1 C1 C3 and C2 C3 ]

z 1 z i z i z 1 0

z z z iz i z z i z z i 0

.i

2 z z 1 i z 1 i z 0

1 i

1 i

z

z0

2

2

1 i

1

z

2

21

Thus , z lies on a circle

ys

te

ps

z z

32

1

z H 2 zS

3

1

1

z1 z2 z3 zH 2 0

3

3

z H z1 z2 z3

Let common root be , then

3 2 p 1 0 and 2 2 q 1 0

Multiply the second expression by 3/2 and subtract from the first to obtain

3

1

1

p q

2

2

2 p 3q

33

.s

t

zG

1

z1 z2 z3 . If zH denotes the orthocentres of ABC , then

3

ww

w

centroid of ABCis zG

ud

Thus, 3 p 2 p 3q 2 p 3q 0

2

34

an 2 an 2an 1

/2

/2

dx

1 cos 2 x

2 cos 2n 2 x dx 0

C4 27

35

30

36

conceptual

37

We have

0 1 0 0

5 x 0

AB 0 1

0 0 1 0

0 10 x 2 5 x 0 0 1

x 1/ 5

a a 1

38

b 1 b 0

1 c c

39

40

, 2

2 n 1

te

t3

a

4t 2 13t |0x x sin

3

x

2

x 12 x 39 3sin a / x

a

x 2 12 x 39 3sin

x

a

2

x 6 3 sin 1

x

a

sin 1, x 6

6

From sin x sin 2 x 1, we get sin x cos 2 x . Now, the given expression is equal to

ud

.s

t

ww

w

42

cos 6 x cos 2 x 1 1

3

sin 3 x sin x 1 1

3

sin 2 x sin x 1 1 1 0

3

43

Cn 1 ways

ps

ys

41

.i

Divide by a 1 b 1 c 1

Applying C2 C2 C1 and C3 C3 C1

And expand to obtain

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

We have S1 x1 sin 2

S2 x1 x2 cos 2

S3 x1 x2 x3 cos

S 4 x1 x2 x3 x4 sin

4

So that

tan

i 1

tan 1

xi tan 1

sin 2 cos

1 cos 2 sin

S1 S3

1 S2 S4

tan 1

44

cos 2 sin 1

sin 2sin 1

/2

y 33 m x 87

1 87 m 33

A

33 87 m

2

m

2

dA

d A

0

0

dm

dm 2

45

.i

directrix of ellipse is x=1

e=1/2

1

s ,1

2

Perpendicular bisector of the base must meet the parabola at the vertex of the triangle.

Let P( a,b,c) be the foot of the perpendicular from the origin to the plane, then direction rations of

OP are

a 0, b 0, c 0 i.e, a,b,c

So the equation of the plane passing through P(a,b,c) the direction ratios of the normal to which are

a,b,c is

a x a b y b c z c 0

ys

ax by cz a 2 b 2 c 2

50

51

ww

w

49

.s

t

ud

47

48

te

ps

46

1

2 or 2 1 or 2 2

2

2

4

common difference

1

2

well

Conceptual

f x h f x

f '9 x lim

h 0

h

f x f h f x

eh g h 0

lim

lim

h 0

h 0

h

h 0

lim e h g ' h e h g h

h 0

g ' 0 g 0 4

Hence f x 4 x c but f 10 g 10 0

So f x 4 x

52

Conceptual

53

f o f x

f x

f x 1 f x

Similarly f o f o f x

n2

g x dx

n 1/ n

1 2 x

1 3x

n 1/ n

x n 1

n 1/ n

dx.Put 1 nx n

1/ n 0

1 nx

n 1/ n

1 t n 1

1

dt

t n 1 K

n

t

n n 1

1

1

n 1 n

1 nx K

n n 1

54

h x h I

Where I

sin 4 t dt

Put t , so that

x

.i

I sin d

4

sin d h x

x

ps

te

ys

d

f 2 x g 2 x 2 f x f ' x g x g ' x 2 f x g x f x 0

dx

Hence f 2 x g 2 x is constant . Thus

ud

56

.s

t

55

h x h h x

conceptual

f 2 16 g 2 16 f 2 2 g 2 2 f 2 2 f ' 2 16 16 32

Let y 1 x

1/ x

ww

w

57

1

1

x 2 x3 x 4

log 1 x x ...

x

x

2 3 4

2

3

x x

x

1 ..

2 3 4

log y

ye

58

x x2

1

2 3

ee

x x2

..a ..

2 3

2

x x2

1 x x2

2 3

2! 2 3

1

1 1

2 1

y e ex ex 0 x 0 x .....

2

2 2

1

y 2 ex

2 e 1 1 11 e

lim

2

3 8 24

x 0

x

Conceptual

1 nx

n 1/ n

.s

t

ud

ys

te

ps

.i

Conceptual

Vertex is (-2,1), length of the latus return =4a where a=1/2 latus rectum is

parallel to the tangent x+2=0 at the vertex, at a distance from it. So its

equation is x=-3/2,1+1) and (-3/2, 1-1) i.e (-3/2,2) and (-3/2,0). The point not

lying on 2 x y 3 0 is 3 / 2, 2

ww

w

59

60

CHEMISTRY

61

T f KCl

T f X

ix

4 i KCl

2

1

i x

i x

2

0.5

4

1

for association of 3 molecules i x 1 1

n

1

1 1 0.5

3

0.75

63

64

65

66

67

69

70

71

72

Along the body diagonal two B- ions and one A+ are removed

At high concentration of sulphide ions the cations of both II and IV groups are precipitated.

Follow CIP rules.

2p r = n l 2p rn = n 2 l 1

Depends on stability of carbocations

T

(i) Molecules move faster for which

greater. obviously H 2 molecule move faster.

M

Cannizzarrows reaction

Rate of reaction depends on leaving ability of the group

Nucleophilic substitution

In the partial hydrolisys of Xe F6 different products formed or Xe O F4 and Xe O2 F2

73

74

B = PH 3 A = NaH 2 PO2

75

.i

ps

te

ys

ud

.s

t

68

62

0

0

0

Molar conductivities = 60 2 20 100ohm 1cm 2 mol 1

BaSO

Ba

2

SO 2

4

ww

w

78

79

80

81

82

100

C

C

103

105 moles / litre

100

C1 epimers are called anomers

a) basic strength in vapour state depends on +I effect

c) +R group increase basic strength at para and decrease the basic strength at meta due to I.

d) Lesser the surface volume more the basic strength, hence NH3 is more basic. ROH > H2O due to

+I effect of R group

Conceptual

Conceptual

B = NH 3 C = N 2 D = Mg3 N 2

Conceptual

C

76

77

0

BaSO

V

4

83

84

85

86

87

88

Iodoform reaction

Teflon, polystyrene and PVC are formed by addition polymerization

Conceptual

Ratio of concentration of reactants and products is same in all three.

Kt = C0 - Ct

Follow the structure of dichromate ion.

89

CH 2

NaNO2 / HCl

.........

0.50 C

N2

NN

H

ps

.i

H2 N

.s

t

ud

ww

w

90

ys

te

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