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MOCK

PAPER

Max. Marks: 131

Time: 90 minutes

INSTRUCTIONS

1. The question paper contain 8 pages and 4-Sections. Section-I contains 19 objective question, Section-II contains 5 questions of "Assertion & Reason" type, Section-ill contains 3 questions "Match the Column" type and Section-IV contains 6 questions "Linked Comprehension" t)'pe. All questions are compulsory. Please ensure that the Question Paper you have received contains flU the (lUESTIONS and Pages. __ =---

(i)

(ii)

SECTION - III

(iii) Q.25 to Q.27 are "Match the Colome" type which have Only ONE matching option and carry 10 marks for each question.

There is NO NEGATIVE marking.

SECTION - IV

(iv) Q.28 to Q.33 are "Linked Comprehension type" questions which have Only ONE correct answer and carry 4 marks each.

There is NEGATIVE marking. 1 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.

4. Use of Calculator, Log Table, Slide Rule and Mobile is not allowed.

5. For example if only 'B' choice is correct then, the correct method for filling the bubble is

ABC D

o • 0 0

The answer of the question in any other manner (such as putting 0 ' cross 0, or partial shading @ etc.) will be treated as wrong.

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Mock Paper

Section - I (Objective Ty~e Questions)

1. If the probability of choosing an integer k out of '2m' integers 1, 2, 3, ... , 2m is inversely proportional to k4 (1 :::;; k :::;; 2m), then the probability that chosen number is odd, is

(a) > 1

(b) > 1/2

(c) = 1/2

(d) < 1/3

2. 40 teams playa tournament. Each team plays every other team just once. Each game results in a win for one team. If each team has a 50% chance of winning each game, the probability that at the end of the tournament every tearv nas wen a different numb_er, of games is

() 1 (b) 40 ! () 40 ! (d) N f th

a 780 2780 c 3780 one 0 ese

3. ~P. and b - a is a perfect cube and

.. (~).1¥? ~ :1~

4. The largest two digit prime factor of 200 ClOD is

(a) 61

(b) 59

(c) 17

(d) None of these

5. The number of ordered pairs of positive integers (m, n) satisfying m :::;; 2n :::;; 60, n :::;; 2m :::;; 60 is

(a) 240

(b) 480

(c) 900

(d) None of these

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6. Let the unit vectors a, b, c be the position vectors of the vertices of a triangle ABC. If F is the

position vector of the mid point of the line segment joining its orthocentre and centroid then (i-F)2 +(b-F)2 +(~ _F)2 =

(a) 1

(b) 2

(c) 3

(d) None of these

7. If unity is double repeated root of px 3 + q (x 2 + x) + r = 0, then

(a) p. r < 0

(b) p. q< 0

(c) p. q . r > 0

(d) None of these

8. If the planes x = cy + bz, y = az + ex and z = bx + ay pass through a line then a2 + b2 + c2 + 2abc is equal to

(a) - 1

(b) 3

(c) 1

(d) 0

9. x, y, Z E R such that x2 + y2 + z2 = 1 and a = x2 + 2y2 + 3z2

10.

11.

(a) 2

(b) 4

(c) 6

(d) 8

12. If 1 (x - y) = 1 (x) 9 (y) - 1 (y) 9 (x) V x, y E R (where 1 (x) is not identically zero), then (a) if i' (0+) exists then 1'(0-) also exists but not equal

(b) if t' (0+) exists then 1'( 0-) does not exist

(c) if 1'(0+) exists then it is equal to 1'(0-)

(d) None of these

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13. If the graphs of the functions y = In x and y = ax intersect at exactly two points, then a must be

(a) (0, e)

(d) None ofthese

14. A quadratic polynomial maps from [- 2, 3] onto [0, 3] and touches x-axis at x = 3, then the polynomial is

(a) l_ (x2 - 6x + 16) (b) l_ (x2 - 6x + 9) (c) l_ (x2 - 6x + 16) (d) l_ (x2 - 6x + 9)

16 25 25 16

x

15. Let f (x) = J (t2 + 2t + 2) dt, where x is set of real numbers satisfying the in equation o

log2 (1 + .J6x - x2 - 8) ~ 0. If f (x) E [a, f3] then maximum value of I a - f31 is

(a) 103 (c) 106 (d) None of these

3 3

16.

17.

18.

x-axis where I x I ~ 1, if a is the x -coordinate of the point of intersection of curves in 1 st quadrant, is

(a) 4 [I ex In x dx + I (1 - Jl - (x -1) 2 ) dx ] (b) 4 [I ex In x dx -1 (1 - Jl - (x -1) 2 ) dx ]

(c) 2 H ex In x + I (1 - Jl - (x -1) 2 ) dx ] (d) 2 [I ex In x + I (1 - Jl - (x -1) 2 ) dx ]

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19. Let ABeD is a rectangle whose given are a and b. A rectangle PQRS whose area is A is shown in figure, then

R

Q

p

(a) area A is maximum when e = ~ 3

(c) maximum value of area A = .!_ (a + b)2 4

(b) area A is maximum when e = 1t 4

(d) none of these

Section-II (Assertion & Reaso..;;.;nJ_,,) o;:::::--------------'

20. Statement-I: If p'< q ana px2 + 4/-IXY + qy2 + 4a (x + y + 1) = 0 represents pair of straight lines for

because A "

Statement-2 : The given equation has non-zero linear termr ea 0 till If

• ,-f '!II. ~ • ",t . "

(a) Statement-1 is True, Statertfettt-~& ~(m~$1'~e1nent--2.is, a c4rt1€f!lxpl~na it1reror Statement-1

y

(b) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is Not a correct explanation for Statement-1

(c) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is False

(d) Statement-1 is False, Statement-2 is True

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21. If P (8) = {P(A u B)}2, then

J5 -1 Statement-1 : P (A u B) is at least--

2

because

Statement-2 : An (B n A) = A u (B r, A)

(a) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is a correct explanation for Statement-1

(b) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is Not a correct explanation for Statement-1 (c) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is False

(d) Statement-1 is False, Statement-2 is True

22. Statement-1 : The quadrilateral formed by the pair of tangents drawn from the point (0, 2) to the parabola y 2 - 2y + 4x + 5 = a and the normals at the point of contact of tangents in a square

because

Statement-2 )he angle betWeen tangents drawn from the given ppint to the parabola is 90°

(a) Statement-1 is True,-Statem/nt~2 is True..Statement-Z is a correct explanation for Statement-1

(b) Statement-1 is True, Staferent-2 is True;--Statement-2 is Not a cO~f~xplanation for Statement-1

(c) Statement-l is True, Statement-2 is-False ea II (lilt U

(d) Statement-1 is False, Statement-2 is True .,,,

~."",,,,~,,,,,I"'~".,, '~A~~I·'~~ _11.a_

M~III'" ~~

23. Statement -1 : If f (x) = ax 2 - bx + 2; a + b + 4 < a then exactly one root lies between - 1 and a because

Statement-2 : ab < a

(a) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is a correct explanation for Statement-1

(b) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is Not a correct explanation for Statement-1 (c) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is False

(d) Statement-1 is False, Statement-2 is True

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24. Statement-1 : a + b + c + d + e = 8 and a2 + b2 + c2 + d2 + e2 = 16, where a, b, c, d, e are positive non-negative real numbers, then e E [0, 1:]

because

(a + b + C + d)2 a2 + b2 + c2 + d2

Statement-2 : 4 s 4

(a) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is a correct explanation for Statement-1

(b) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is Not a correct explanation for Statement-1 (c) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is False

(d) Statement-1 is False, Statement-2 is True

Section - III (Match the Column)

25. Match the following

Column I

(A)

(B)

(C)

A is the region of the complex plane {z : z / 4 and 4/ z have real and (r) 6 imaginary part in (0, I)} then [pJ (where p is the area of the region A

and [.J denotes the greatest integer function)is

If 3x + 4y + z = 5, where x, y, Z E R, then minimum value of (s) 25 26(x2 + y2 + Z2) is

(D)

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26. Match the following:

27.

Column I Column II

(A) Number of ordered pairs (x, y) satisfying x2 + 1 = Y and y 2 + 1 = x (p) 1

simuitaneously

(B) If 3 sin 2 A + 2 sin 2 B = 1 and 3 sin 2A - 2 sin 28 = 0 'If A, B < ~ , (q) 25

2

then sin (A + 28)

(C) The distance of the point (1, 0, - 3) from the plane x - y - z = 9 (r) 7

x-2 y+2 z-6

measured parallel to the line -- = -- = -- is

2 3 -6

(D) -->~~k, --> ~ ~ k (s) 0

If a=i+j+ b=x1i+x2j+X3 'If xl> x2, X3

--> --> -->

E {- 3, - 2, - 1, 0, 1, }}"'~ number of vectors b such that a b = 0

.~~ .. --- =<,

Match the fol~wiI}g

ColJmt I n nn ~n ~ 1~G.olumn II

...

(A) ~x: ; ~ 1) x\lj ~ +b~o~ brledts T~t,.~ I)~i 1~~~,~7

'( g'

'"

~ ~. ~~

(B) M ...... ~ lf~,oo)

The probability of a problem being solved by 3 students are -, - and (q~

2 3

(l E (0, 1). Then probability that problem will be solved E

(C) If 3 real numbers satisfy the equation x+y+z=5 and (r) [1, ~]

.xy + yz + zx = 8, then Z E

(D) The range of I sec xl + I cosec x I is (s) (1,2) Space for rough work

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ISection - IV (Linked Com~rehension Ty~e Questions)

Passage-I for Q. Nos. 28 to 30

Given A (3 + 4i), B (- 4 + 3i) and C (4 + 3i) be the vertices of MaC which in inscribed in a circle S = 0. Let AD, BE, CF and altitudes through A, B, C which meet the circle S = 0 at D (Zj), E (z2) and F (z3) respedively.

28. Complex number zl is equal to

(a) (2.J6 + i)

(b) (1 + 2 .J6 i)

(c) 3 - 4i

(d) -3 - 4i

29. Orthocentre of triangle ABC is at

(a)2+9i

(b) 3 +10i

(c) 3 + 11 i

(d) None ofthese

(a) 75 + 100i

(d) None of these

Two unequal circles C1 and C2 intersect at A and B and the common tangents to C1 and C2 touch C 1 at P and Q and C 2 at Rand S. The orthocentres of the triangles APQ, BQP, ARS and BRS are H, K, H' and K' and the centroids of the triangles are HI' K 1, HI and K 1 respectively.

31. The correct statements are

(a) MPQ and MRS are congruent (c) MPQ and ABPQ are congruent

32. The quadrilateral HKK'H' is necessarily a

(b) ABPQ and ABRS are congruent (d) None of these

(a) rectangle

(b) square

(c) rhombus

(d) None of these

33. The quadrilateral HI K 1 K 1 HI is necessarily a

(a) rectangle

(b) parallelogram

(c) trapezium

(d) None of these

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