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KEY SHEET

MATHEMATICS:-

1)1

2)1

3)2

4)3

5)1

6)2

7)3

8)4

9)2

10)3

11)2

12)1

13)4

14)3

15)3

16)4

17)2

18)1

19)1

20)3

21)4

22)4

23)2

24) 3

25)1

26)2

27) 2

28)1

29)4

30)1

PHYSICS :32)4

33)2

34)3

35)2

36)1

37)1

38)3

39)2

40)4

41)3

42)2

43)2

44)3

45)2

46)4

47)1

48)4

49)1

50)3

51)1

52)3

53)1

54)4

55)1

56)1

57)1

58)1

59)3

60)1

.i

31)3

62)4

63)1

64)3

65)4

66)3

71)3

72)1

73)3

74)3

75)3

76)1

81)3

82)2

83)2

84)4

85)3

86)2

ww

w

.s

t

ud

ys

te

61)3

67)4

68)3

69)1

70)4

77)3

78)2

79)3

80)3

87)2

88)3

89)3

90)1

ps

CHEMISTRY:-

MATHEMATICS

1.

OM1 OM MA OM MB OM MC OM MD

= 4OM MA MC MB MD

= 4OM O O

1

4

= OM OM 1

D

M

A

2.

5 7 0

2

4

v r3

3

dv

dr

4 r 2

dt

dt

50

1

50

dr dr

cm / min

,

2

4 (10 5)

dt dt 4 225 18

To make reflexive (2,2) (3,3)(4,4) symmetric (3,2) (4,3) Transitive (2,4) (4,2)

7 must be added

Point on the line (2,1,-2) lies on the plane 2 5

Normal perpendicular to the given line

3(1) (5)(3) 2( ) 0

6.

7.

8.

te

ys

ud

6, 7

v a

v 8

.s

t

5.

v 3 3 v

3(2)

6

(1 1 2 2 ...... n n) 2

2(12 2 2 ......n 2 ) 2 S

S is the required product

n n 1 2n 1

0

S

6

n n 1 2n 1

S

6

2

f ( x ) lx mx 5 does not have

Distinct real roots f ( x) 0 or 0x R

f (0) 5 0

ww

w

4.

ps

.i

3.

x 2 y 3z

f (5) 0

25l 5m 5 0

5l m 1

-1 is the minimum

9.

10.

5

3

C 2, r

2

2

3

3 3

5

9

m , y x 2

1

4

2 4

2

16

1

A tan 1

tan 1 tan

tan

1 tan

A tan 1

2 tan

A

2

1 cos( / 2 A), 1 sin A

tan

2

1 cos( / 2 A),

1 sin A

(1 tan )

(1 tan )

(1 tan )

1

(1 tan )

.i

tan

L11 , L22 will have with the same sign

L11 0 0 1 0

ps

11.

te

L22 a 2 ab 1 0

ys

b2 4 0

2 b 2 but b 0

ud

.s

t

APT Q Q 2003 P

ww

w

12.

b (0, 2)

PT P I

PT Q PT PAPT APT

PT QQ 2004 P APT Q 2004 P

A2 PT Q 2003 P( so on likethis)

A2005 PT P

A2005

10

13.

14.

q

From truth table, r is not equivalent to q or p and p

2005

1

3x 4

y

3x 4

6x y 1

8 y 1

4 y 1

x

3 y 1

f ( y)

4 y 1

2

3 y 1

2 y 10

3( y 1)

2 x 1

f ( x)dx 3 x 1 3 x 1

1 cos x

2

2

2 x

16.

b2 k 2 h2

x

tan

4 2

Lt

x /2

2x

.i

15.

2

8

x log( x 1) c

3

3

B(0, b)

Focal distance a+e(o)=k

a=k

2ae =2h

ae=h

b 2 a 2 (1 e 2 )

2 /2

2 I 2

/2

19.

k

1

p

2

2

q

6

ys

.s

t

2I

18.

te

ud

f sin 3 x cos 2 x dx

ww

w

17.

ps

tan 1 cos x

4 2

2

4

4 x

4 2

2

1

1 1

(1)

16 2 32

1

p

P( E ) p p q p p q p q p

2

1 pq 1 1 4

26

3

4

A,B,C are collinear

AC

B

2

2 y, 2( z x ( x z, 2 y z x), 2 y x z ,

z x 2 y x ,y , z are in A.P

2z 2x 2 y z x

n 1

20.

nc1 a 13 (a a )1 14a 2

If n=14

The above is true

nc3

4

nc2

21.

p=1,

q=2 or 3 or 4 or 5 = 4

P=2

q=3,4,5

=3

P=3

q=4 or 5

=2

P=4

q= 5

=1

m = (4+3+2+1)-1=9

[2/4=1/2]

3

n 2 26

mn 96 3

A

300

900

600

te

ys

ud

.s

t

ww

w

AG

BG

2(4)

BG

1

3/2

3 3

2

8

BG

3 3

3(area of AGB)

1

3 ( BG )( AG )

2

1 8 2

32

3

(4)

23 3 3

3 3

ps

22.

.i

23.

(2,0)

x=1

4 x2 x 3

x 1

Area

3x

4 x 2 dx

2

3 2 x

4 1 x

2

x

4 x sin

2

2 1

2

0 2

2

24.

z 1 z 3 8

Z lies inside or on the ellipse with foci (-3,0)(1,0)

2a=8

a=4

Centre = (-1,0)

Vertices (3,0) (-5,0)

z 4 is the distance from Z to (4,0)

Max = 9 Min = 1

A' (-5,0) S'(-3,0) C(-1,0) S(1,0) A(3,0) P(4,0)

A 10

2

5

3

te

ps

.i

2

3

op x 2 y 2

at

a 2 b 2 2ab cos t

b

at

a 2 b 2 2ab , cos t 1

b

ab

Equation of parabola

2

2

2 x 5

3

2

x y 3

2

4

ww

w

27.

.s

t

ud

26.

4 2

adjA 5 0

1 2

1

A1 adjA

10

4 2

1

B 5 0

10

1 2

5

ys

25.

y 3

2 x 2

1

x 2 t2

2

2

t

2

2

2

t

t

x 2 2 let is some t

2

2

2

x 2t 2

1

y3 2 t

2

t

y 2 3

2

Let

y 1

.i

1

1 y1 2 xy1 y

x y

if x 0, y 1

ps

1(1 y1 ) 2 0 1

ys

te

y1 2 1 1

ud

30.

.s

t

29.

xi

78.4

25

xi 1960

Correct value of xi 1960 96 69 1987

1987

Correct mean

79.48

25

1

x 2 or 2

x

cos is not possible for any value of

log x y 2 xy 0

x 0 log y 0

ww

w

28.

t

is some t .y=2t-3

2

PHYSICS

31.

(3)

asystem

Fm

M m

F

M m

1

1

1

1 1 1 1

1 and

f

F f1 f 2 f 3

R1 R2

32.

(4)

33.

(2) The rate at which total mechanical energy dissipates with time is equal to the work done

by the

dissipative force per unit time.

Pdissipative fV f at

300m / s, V 600m / s

u 300 1

cos

cos 600

V0 600 2

600

te

D

d

2

3

So, decreases by a factor so no. of fringes in the same segment increases by a factor

3

2

2

K

6cm

(1)

3

6

Distance between adjacent nodes 3cm

2 2

(1) Compare the given equation from

(2) Fringe width

37.

ww

w

.s

t

36.

ud

ys

35.

Let the shell hit the plane at P and t be the time taken for the shell to hit the plane.

The horizontal distance traveled by the shell = EP u t Vx .t V0 cos t as Vx V cos

.i

(3)

ps

34.

, x ct x 1

2

b x ct

38.

5g

11b

(2) f open = n 1

f open

f closed

40.

1

cm/sec

2

2

(3) 2mgb mg 3b 2m b 2 m 3b u sin g I system

39.

(4)

2 n 1

2n 1

c

c

, f closed = (2n + 1)

2l

4l

2GM star

R

3 10

8

R

R 9 km

41.

u 2 2as

v2 4

v 2ms 1

Further according to equation of continuity

A1u A2v

104 1 A2 2

A2 5 105 m 2

2cvs

c

c

n f beats f beats 2

c vs 2

c vs c vs

43.

(2) v u at , 0 9 2t , t 4.5sec

2 330 2

330 4

2

330 4

n=

.i

(2)

42.

(3)

( Z1 1)

(11 1)

te

44.

1 2

gt

2

ps

Here 2n and

dr

nd

dt

dv d

dr

(r)

dt dt

dt

.s

t

Tangential acceleration , a

ud

ys

Z1 6

ww

w

a 2n 2 d

2n 2 d

a

T w 1 w 1

g

g

(4) A 100k

E. A 3i 4 j 8k .100k 800 Nm 2 c 1

46.

47.

(1)

For the charges to be in equilibrium, net force on any point charge should be zero

x1

x

-Q

+9q

x1

x1

+q

d

Q1

1

Q

d

d

4

9q

1

q

x d x1 d

d 3d

4

4

48.

(4)

2qV

m

o Iv b

ln

2

a

a

2

E

E2

Power dissipated =

F.v F

R

vR

b

49.

50.

1 2 1 E

1 E2

(3) Energy stored in the inductor = heat produced Li0 L L 2

2

2 R1

2 R1

51.

(1)

52.

(3)

53.

(1)

vA0 0

l1 3

l2 2

VA1

3

3

VA 2 3 2 5

v

v A1 3x 0.6v

5

54.

(4)

dv a n n 0

25 15

2m / s 2

5

ud

ys

te

ps

.i

v 2

dx

1

dt

dx

dx

d2x

2a

v

2ax b

2

2av3

3

dt 2ax b

dx

dt

dt

dt

2ax b

.s

t

ww

w

F 25 10 2

F 45N

55.

(1)

56.

(1)

MV 2

qVB

r

MV

M V 2

2

r

r

qB

qB

2M KE

r2

qB

d T

dT

1

=

KA

dt

C

dx

= 24 0 C / sec

x =A

dT

dx

x = B

(1) CP

P

dT

dt

where

(1)

n

.i

ps

te

ys

60.

(3)

Invar steel is used to prepare pendulum clock because its coefficient of linear

expansion is very low.

(1)

Platinum is used to fuse into glass because both have almost the same coefficient of

linear expansion.

ud

59.

1

1

1

No

N 0 e t t = 449 years

4

.s

t

58.

dT a 4

dt 4T3

ww

w

57.

CHEMISTRY

61.

50 0.1 n 25 0.1 2

n 1

changein O.N.

63.

64.

65.

66.

67.

Allotropes of an element have the same chemical properties but have different arrangement

of atoms and physical properties.

It undergoes dehydration easily as the product obtained is conjugated, and is more stable.

Polarity in a molecule gives rise to an increase in forces of attraction among molecules and

thus, the boiling

point increases.

Being amphoteric , Al OH 3 is soluble in NaOH solution whereas Fe OH 3 is insoluble.

H2O

H2O

H2

CaC 2

C 2 H 2

CH 3 CHO

CH 3 CH 2 OH

Ni

Hg 2 catalyst

w

w

;molof Q

10

20

4w1

Final mole of Q

20 5

Q N0

For Q

e2 t

QN

Final mole of P

w1

5 10

PN0

62.

M3 e

M 2

te

ps

.i

e1t

PN

w 5 10

For P

e1 20

10 w 2

w 20 5

For Q

e2 20

20 w1 4

For P

2

20 1 2 log e 4

ud

0.693 0.693

20

log e 4

t1/ 2

10

t

FeSO4 7H2 O

FeSO4 7H2 O;

.s

t

or

68.

ys

69.

ww

w

2FeSO4

Fe2 O3 SO2 SO3

C3 H 6O

KOH

aq

C3 H 6Cl2

A

or

KOH ( alc )

C3 H 4

C

Br2

CH 3C CH

CH 3COCH 3

CHBr3 CH 3COONa

NaOH

H2O

H .Hg 2

70.

71.

72.

73.

74.

75.

Since, B and D are different, thus B is CH3CH 2 CHO and so A is CH3CH 2 CHCl2 .

Higher vapour pressure of H 2 O in atomosphere will drive H 2 O vapours to the solute

particles.

HO SO2 OH PCl5

Cl SO2 Cl POCl3 2HCl

must be a tertiary alcohol as it gives alkene on treatment with Cu. Thus, C4 H8O is a ketone.

phenomenon of conversion of freshly precipitated mass into colloidal state by the action of

solute or solvent is called peptization.

The solubility of noble gases increases with increase in molecular weight due to increase in

van der Waals forces. However, these are sparingly soluble.

Follow applications of inductive effect. The negative charge on carboxylate ion is dispersed

more due to IE of F atom.

F

F

The carboxylate ion thus becomes more stable and the acid becomes more reactive.

76.

77.

d N 2 O 5

1 d NO 2 2d O 2

dt

2 dt

dt

k2

k1 N 2 O5 N 2 O5 2k 3 N 2 O5

2

According to Werners theory, only those ions are precipitated which are attached to the

metal atoms with ionic bonds and are present outside the coordination sphere.

78.

OCH 2CH CH 2

.i

ps

CH 2CH CH 2

te

OH

80.

81.

1 105

2

PbS is black and S2 reacts with K 2 Cr2 O7 to give Cr2 SO 4 3 solution which is green.

ww

w

79.

.s

t

2 103 / 2

NO 2

Kc

0.2

N 2O4

ud

ys

CH 2CH CH 2

H 3C

CH 3

CH

O .

AlCl

3

CICH 2CH 2CH3

CH3

CH3 CH OH

OH

H O

CH COCH 3

3

82.

For NaX,

X H 2O

HX

OH

1 h

Kw

Kh

1014

C

Ka C

105 0.1

10 8 10 4

%H 104 100 102 0.01

2

83.

E cell

H p H 2

0.059

RHS

=

log

2

2

p H 2 RHS H

LHS

LHS

84.

HO

CHO

(CHOH)3

H

C

(CHOH)3

CH

CH2OH

CH2OH

Conceptual

ps

85.

.i

CHOH

86.

Cl

te

CH2

ys

C6 H 5 CHCl C6 H 5

ww

w

.s

t

ud

Cl

87.

88.

89.

90.

CH2

Cl

CH2

Cl

CH2

DNA has deoxyribose sugar; RNA has ribose sugar with three bases common as adenine,

guanine and cytosine, DNA has fourth base thymine; RNA has uracil

This gives rise to higher e nuclear charge in Na and the size of Na becomes smaller due to

more effective pull of valence shells towards nucleus.

In D-(+)-tartaric acid, the (+) is due to positive optical rotation and is derived from D

glyceraldehyde.

Bakelite is a step-growth polymer i.e., the condensation involving the reaction of functional

group e.g., terylene, Bakelite etc.

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