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Date : 11-04-2011 Duration : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 240
PAPER - 1
QUESTIONS AND SOLUTIONS OF IIT-JEE 2011
INSTRUCTIONS
A. General :
1. The question paper CODE is printed on the right hand top corner of this sheet and on the back
page of this booklet.
2. No additional sheets will be provided for rough work.
3. Blank papers, clipboards, log tables, slide rules, calculators, cellular phones, pagers and
electronic gadgets are NOT allowed.
4. Write your name and registration number in the space provided on the back page of this booklet.
5. The answer sheet, a machine-gradable Optical Response Sheet (ORS), is provided separately.
6. DO NOT TAMPER WITH/MUTILATE THE ORS OR THE BOOKLET.
7. Do not break the seals of the question-paper booklet before being instructed to do so by the
invigilators.
8. This Question Paper contains having 69 questions.
9. On breaking the seals, please check that all the questions are legible.
B. Filling the Right Part of the ORS:
10. The ORS also has a CODE printed on its Left and Right parts.
11. Make sure the CODE on the ORS is the same as that on this booklet. If the codes do not
match, ask for a change of the booklet.
12. Write your Name, Registration No. and the name of centre and sign with pen in the boxes
provided. Do not write them anywhere else. Darken the appropriate bubble UNDER each digit
of your Registration No. with a good quality HB pencil.
C. Question paper format and Marking Scheme:
13. The question paper consists of 3 parts (Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics). Each part
consists of four sections.
14. In Section I (Total Marks: 21), for each question you will be awarded 3 marks if you darken
ONLY the bubble corresponding to the correct answer and zero marks if no bubble is darkened.
In all other cases, minus one (-1) mark will be awarded.
15. In Section Il (Total Marks: 16), for each question you will be awarded 4 marks if you darken ALL
the bubble(s) corresponding to the correct answer(s) ONLY and zero marks otherwise. There
are no negative marks in this section.
16. In Section III (Total Marks: 15), for each question you will be awarded 3 marks if you darken
ONLY the bubble corresponding to the correct answer and zero marks if no
bubble is darkened. In all other cases, minus one (-1) mark will be awarded.
17. In Section IV (Total Marks: 28), for each question you will be awarded 4 marks if you darken
ONLY the bubble corresponding to the correct answer and zero marks otherwise. There are no
negative marks in this section.
Write your Name registration number and sign in the space provided on the back
page of this booklet.
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RESONANCE
J10411Page # 2
Useful Data :
R = 8.314 JK
–1
mol
–1
or 8.206 × 10
–2
L atm K
–1
mol
–1
1 F = 96500 C mol
–1
h = 6.626 × 10
–34
Js
1 eV = 1.602 × 10
–19
J
c = 3.0 × 10
8
m s
–1
N
A
= 6.022 × 10
23
RESONANCE
J10411Page # 3
SECTION - I (Total Marks : 21)
(Single Correct Answer Type)
This section contains 7 multiple choice questions, Each question has four choices, (A), (B), (C) and (D)
out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
1. Extra pure N
2
can be obtained by heating
(A) NH
3
with CuO (B) NH
4
NO
3
(C) (NH
4
)
2
Cr
2
O
7
(D) Ba(N
3
)
2
Ans. (D)
Sol. Ba (N
3
)
2
÷÷ ÷ Ba + 3N
2
2. Geometrical shapes of the complexes formed by the reaction of Ni
2+
with Cl

, CN

and H
2
O, respectively,
are
(A) octahedral, tetrahedral and square planar (B) tetrahedral, square planar and octahedral
(C) square planar, tetrahedral and octahedral (D) octahedral, square planar and octahedral
Ans. (B)
Sol. Ni
+2
+ 4Cl

÷÷ ÷ [NiCl
4
]
2–
SP
3
[NiCl
4
]
2–
=

3d
8
confiuration with Nickel in + 2 Oxidation state. Cl

being weak field ligand does not compel
for pairing of electrons.
So,
Hence, complex has tetrahedral geometry
Ni
+2
+ 4Cl

÷÷ [Ni(CN)
4
]
2–
[Ni(CN)
4
]
2–
= 3d
8
configuration with nickel in + 2 oxidation state. CN

being strong field ligand with comples
for pairing of electrons.
So,
Hence, complex has square planar gemetry.
CHEMISTRY
RESONANCE
J10411Page # 4
Ni
+2
+ 6H
2
O ÷÷ [NI(H
2
O)
6
]
+2
[Ni(H
2
O)
6
] = 3d
8
configuration with nickel in + 2 oxidation state. As with 3d
8
configuration two d-orbitals are
not available for d
2
sp
3
hybridisation. So, hybridisation of Ni (II) is sp
3
d
2
. As Ni (II) with six co-ordination will
have octahedral geometry.
Note : With water as ligand Ni (II) forms octahedral complexes.
3. Bombardment of aluminum by o-particle leads to its artificial disintegration in two ways, (I) and (ii) as
shown. Products X, Y and Z respectively are,
(A) proton, neutron, positron (B) neutron, positron, proton
(C) proton, positron, neutron (D) positron, proton, neutron
Ans. (A)
Sol. +
4. Dissolving 120 g of urea (mol. wt. 60) in 1000 g of water gave a solution of density 1.15 g/mL. The molarity
of the solution is :
(A) 1.78 M (B) 2.00 M (C) 2.05 M (D) 2.22 M
Ans. (C)
CHEMISTRY
RESONANCE
J10411Page # 5
Sol. Mole =
60
120
= 2
mass of solution = 1120 g
V =
1000 15 . 1
1120
×
=
115
112
L
M =
112
115 2×
= 2.05 mol/litre
5. AgNO
3
(aq.) was added to an aqueous KCl solution gradually and the conductivity of the solution was
measured. The plot of conductance (A) versus the volume of AgNO
3
is :

(A) (P) (B) Q (C) (R) (D*) (S)
Ans. (D)
Sol.
6. Among the following compounds, the most acidic is :
(A) p-nitrophenol (B) p-hydroxybenzoic acid
(C) o-hydroxybenzoic acid (D) p-toluic acid
Ans. (C)
CHEMISTRY
RESONANCE
J10411Page # 6
Sol.
Due to intramolecular hydrogen bonding in conjugate base of o-Hydroxybenzoic acid, it is strongest acid.
7. The major product of the following reaction is :
(A) (B)
(C) (D)
Ans. (A)
Sol.
CHEMISTRY
RESONANCE
J10411Page # 7
SECTION – II (Total Marks : 16)
(Multiple Correct Answers Type)
This section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D)
out of which ONE or MORE may be correct.
8. Extraction of metal from the ore cassiterite involves
(A) carbon reduction of an oxide ore (B) self-reduction of a sulphide ore
(C) removal of copper impurity (D) removal of iron impurity
Ans. (A, D)
Sol. Important ore of tin is cassiterite (SnO
2
). SnO
2
is reduced to metal using carbon at 1200 – 1300°C in an
electric furnace. The product often contains traces of Fe, which is removed by blowing air through the
molten mixture to oxidise FeO. Which then floats to the surface.
SnO
2
+ 2C ÷÷ Sn + 2CO
Fe + O
2
÷÷ FeO
9. The correct statement(s) pertiaining to the adsorption of a gas on a solid surface is (are)
(A) Adsorption is always exothermic
(B) Physisorption may transform into chemisorption at high temperature
(C) Physisorption increases with increasing temperature but chemisorption decreases with increasing
temperature
(D) Chemisorption is more exothermic than physisorption, however it is very slow due to higher energy of
activation.
Ans. (A, B, D)
Sol. (A) AH = –ve for adsorption
(B) fact
(D) chemical bonds are stronger than vander waal’s forces so chemical adsorption is more exothermic.
10. According to kinetic theory gases
(A) collisions are always elastic
(B) heavier molecules transfer more momentum to the wall of the container
(C) only a small number of molecules have very high velocity
(D) between collisions, the molecules move in straight lines with constant velocities.
Ans. (A, B, C, D)
Sol. (A) Fact
(B) P = MV =
M
RT 3
M
=
MRT 3
(C) Max well distribution
(D) Fact
CHEMISTRY
RESONANCE
J10411Page # 8
11. Amongst the given options, the compound(s) in which all the atoms are in one plane in all the possible
conformations (if any), is (are)
(A) (B) H–C ÷
(C) H
2
C=C=O (D) H
2
C=C=CH
2
Ans. (B, C)
Sol. In (B) and (C) CH
2
== C == O all atoms are always in same plane.
SECTION – Ill (Total Marks : 15)
(Paragraph Type)
This section contains 2 paragraphs. Based upon one of the paragraphs 3 multiple choice questions and
based on the other paragraph 2 multiple choice questions have to be answered. Each of these questions
has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
Paragraph for Question Nos. 12 and 14
When a metal rod M is dipped into an aqueous colourless concentrated solution of compound N the solution
turns light blue. Addition of aqueous NaCl to the blue solution gives a white precipitate O. Addition of
aqueous NH
3
dissolves O and gives an intense blue solution.
12. The metal rod M is :
(A) Fe (B) Cu (C) Ni (D) Co
Ans. (B)
13. The compound N is :
(A) AgNO
3
(B) Zn(NO
3
)
2
(C) Al(NO
3
)
3
(D) Pb(NO
3
)
2
Ans. (A)
14. The final solution contains
(A) [Pb(NH
3
)
4
]
2+
and [CoCl
4
]
2–
(B) [Al(NH
3
)
4
]
3+
and [Cu(NH
3
)
4
]
2+
(C) [Ag(NH
3
)
2
]
+
and [Cu(NH
3
)
4
]
2+
(D) [Ag(NH
3
)
2
]
+
and [Ni(NH
3
)
6
]
2+
Ans. (C)
Sol. (12), (13) & (14)
Cu(M) + AgNO
3
(aqueous colorless solution) ÷÷ Resultant solution (Cu(NO
3
)
2
+ AgNO
3
(N) (blue solution)
Note : Here it is considered that complete AgNO
3
is not utilized in the reaction.
AgNO
3
+ NaCl ÷÷ AgCl | + NaNO
3
(O) (white ppt.)
Solution containing white ppt. of AgCl also contains Cu(NO
3
)
2
.
CHEMISTRY
RESONANCE
J10411Page # 9
Which developed deep blue colouration with aqueous NH
3
solution
AgCl | (white) + 2NH
3
(aq.) ÷÷ [Ag(NH
3
)
2
]
+
Cu(NO
3
)
2
(aq.) + 4NH
3
(aq.) ÷÷ [Cu(NH
3
)
4
] (NO
3
)
2
(deep blue coloration)
So, Metal rod M is Cu.
The compound N is AgNO
3
and the final solution contains [Ag(NH
3
)
2
]
+
and [Cu(NH
3
)
4
2+
Paragraph for Question Nos. 15 and 16
An acyclic hydrocarbon P, having molecular formula C
6
H
10
, gave acetone as the only organic product
through the following sequence of reactions, in which Q is an intermediate organic compound.
15. The structure of compound P is
(A) CH
3
CH
2
CH
2
CH
2
–C÷C–H (B) H
3
CH
2
C–C÷C–CH
2
CH
3
(C) (D)
Ans. (D)
16. The structure of the compound Q is
(A) (B)
(C) (D)
Ans. (B)
Sol. (15 & 16)
CHEMISTRY
RESONANCE
J10411Page # 10
SECTION - IV (Total Marks : 28)
(Integer Answer Type)
This section contains 7 questions. The answer to each of the questions is a single-digit integer,
ranging from 0 to 9. The bubble corresponding to the correct answer is to be darkened in the ORS.
17. The difference in the oxidation numbers of the two types of sulphur atoms in Na
2
S
4
O
6
is
Ans. 5
Sol.
18. Reaction of Br
2
with Na
2
CO
3
in aqueous solution gives sodium bromide and sodium bromate with evolution
of CO
2
gas. The number of sodium bromide molecules involved in the balanced chemical equation is
Ans. 5
Sol. 3Br
2
+ 3Na
2
CO
3
÷÷ ÷ 5NaBr + NaBrO
3
+ CO
2
19. The maximum number of electrons that can have principal quantum number, n = 3, and spin quantum
number, m
s
= –1/2, is
Ans. 9
Sol.
So, electrons with spin quantum number = –
2
1
will be 1 + 3 + 5 = 9.
20. The work function (o) of some metas is listed below. The number of metals which will show photoelectric
effect when light of 300 nm wavelength falls on the metal is
Metal Li Na K Mg Cu Ag Fe Pt W
f (eV) 2.4 2.3 2.2 3.7 4.8 4.3 4.7 6.3 4.75
Ans. 4
Sol. E
photon
=
3000
12400
= 4.13 ev
Photoelectric effect can take place only if E
photon
> o
Thus,
Li, Na, K, Mg can show photoectric effect.
CHEMISTRY
RESONANCE
J10411Page # 11
21. To an evacuated vessel with movable piston under external pressure of 1 atm., 0.1 mol of He and 1.0 mol of
an unknown compound (vapour pressure 0.68 atm. at 0ºC) are introduced. Considering the ideal gas
behaviour, the total volume (in litre) of the gases at 0°C is close to
Ans. 7
Sol. P
He
= 1 – 0.68 = 0.32 atm
V = ?
n = 0.1 ; V =
P
nRT
=
32 . 0
273 0821 . 0 1 . 0 × ×
= 7
22. The total number of alkenes possible by dehydrobromination of 3-bromo-3-cyclopentylhexane using alcoholic
KOH is
Ans. 5
Sol.
Total 5 products.
23. A decapeptide (Mol. Wt. 796) on complete hydrolysis gives glycine (Mol. Wt. 75), alanine and phenylalanine.
Glycine contributes 47.0 % to the total weight of the hydrolysed products. The number of glycine units
present in the decapeptide is
Ans. 6
Sol. Molecular weight of decapeptide = 796 g/mol
Total bonds to be hydrolysed = (10 – 1) = 9 per molecule
Total weight of H
2
O added = 9 × 18 = 162 g/mol
Total weight of hydrolysis product = 796 + 162 = 958 g
Total weight % of glycine (given) = 47%
Total weight of glycine in product =
g
100
47 958 ×
= 450 g
Molecular weight of glycine = 75 g/mol
Number of glycine molecule =
75
450
= 6.
CHEMISTRY
RESONANCE
J10411Page # 12
PART - II
SECTION - I (Total Marks : 21)
(Single Correct Answer Type)
This section contains 7 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out
of which ONLY ONE is correct.
24. A police car with a siren of frequency 8 kHz is moving with uniform velocity 36 km/hr towards a tall building
which reflects the sound waves. The speed of sound in air is 320 m/s. The frequency of the siren heard by
the car driver is
(A) 8.50 kHz (B) 8.25 kHz (C) 7.75 kHz (D) 7.50 kHz
Ans. (A)
Sol.
f
inisident
= f
reflected
=
10 320
320
÷
× 8 kHz
f
observed
=
320
10 320 +
f
reflected
= 8 ×
310
330
= 8.51 kHz ~ 8.5 kHz
25. 5.6 liter of helium gas at STP is adiabatically compressed to 0.7 liter. Taking the initial temperature to be T
1
,
the work done in the process is :
(A) 1
RT
8
9
(B)
1
RT
2
3
(C) 1
RT
8
15
(D)
1
RT
2
9
Ans. (A)
Sol. Number of moles of He =
4
1
Now T
1
(5.6)
¸ – 1
= T
2
(0.7)
¸ – 1
T
1
= T
2
3 / 2
8
1
|
.
|

\
|
PHYSICS
RESONANCE
J10411Page # 13
4T
1
= T
2
Work done = –
1
] T T [ nR
1 2
÷ ¸
÷
= –
3
2
] T 3 [ R
4
1
1
= – 1
RT
8
9
26. Consider an electric field x
ˆ
E E
0
=

, where E
0
is a constant. The flux through the shaded area (as shown in
the figure) due to this field is :
(A) 2E
0
a
2
(B)
2
E
0
a
2
(C) E
0
a
2
(D)
2
a E
2
0
Ans. (C)
Sol.
flux = (E
0
cos 45°) × area)
=
a 2 a
2
E
0
× ×
= E
0
a
2
PHYSICS
RESONANCE
J10411Page # 14
27. The wavelength of the first spectral line in the Balmer series of hydrogen atom is 6561 Å. The wavelength of
the second spectral line in the Balmer series of singly ionized helium atom is :
(A) 1215 Å (B) 1640 Å (C) 2430 Å (D) 4687 Å
Ans. (A)
Sol.

÷ =
ì 9
1
4
1
RZ
1
2
H
2
H
= R(1)
2

36
5

÷ =
ì 16
1
4
1
RZ
1
2
He
He
= R(4)

16
3
27
5
36
5
3
16
4
1
2
H
He
=

× =
ì
ì
ì
He
=
27
5
× 6561 = 1215 Å
28. A ball of mass (m) 0.5 kg is attached to the end of a string having length (L) 0.5 m. The ball is rotated on a
horizontal circular path about vertical axis. The maximum tension that the string can bear is 324 N. The
maximum possible value of angular velocity of ball (in radian/s) is :
(A) 9 (B) 18 (C) 27 (D) 36
Ans. (D)
Sol. T sinu = m

Lsinu e
2
324 = 0.5 × 0.5 × e
2
e
2
=
5 . 0 5 . 0
324
×
e =
5 . 0 5 . 0
324
×
e =
5 . 0
18
= 36 rad/sec.
PHYSICS
RESONANCE
J10411Page # 15
MATHEMATICS
29. A meter bridge is set-up as shown, to determine an unknown resistance ‘X’ using a standard 10 ohm
resistor. The galvanometer shows null point when tapping-key is at 52 cm mark. The end-corrections are 1
cm and 2 cm respectively for the ends A and B. The determined value of ‘X’ is
(A) 10.2 ohm (B) 10.6 ohm (C) 10.8 ohm (D) 11.1 ohm
Ans. (B)
Sol. 
1
= 52 + 1 = 53 cm

2
= 48 + 2 = 50 cm
R
x
2
1
=


¬
10
x
50
53
=
x = 10.6 O
30. A 2uF capacitor is charged as shown in figure. The percentage of its
stored energy dissipated after the switch S is turned to position 2 is
(A) 0%
(B) 20%
(C) 75%
(D) 80%
Ans. (D)
Sol. U
i
=
2
V ) 2 (
2
1
, V
common
=
5
V
U
f
=
2
1
(2 + 8)
2
5
V
|
.
|

\
|
100
U
U U
i
f i
×
÷
= 100
V
5
V
V
2
2
2
×
÷
100
5
4
×
= 80% Ans.
RESONANCE
J10411Page # 16
MATHEMATICS
SECTION – II (Total Marks : 16)
(Multiple Correct Answers Type)
This section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D)
out of which ONE or MORE may be correct.
31. A spherical metal shell A of radius R
A
and a solid metal sphere B of radius R
B
(< R
A
) are kept far apart and
each is given charge ‘+Q’. Now they are connected by a thin metal wire. Then
(A) 0 E
inside
A
= (B) Q
A
> Q
B
(C)
A
B
B
A
R
R
=
o
o
(D)
surface on
B
surface on
A
E E <
Ans. (A), (B), (C), (D)
Sol.
Q
A
+ Q
B
= 2Q ...(i)
B
B
A
A
R
KQ
R
KQ
=
...(ii)
(i) and (ii) ¬ Q
A
= Q
B

|
|
.
|

\
|
B
A
R
R
& Q
B

|
|
.
|

\
|
+
B
A
R
R
1
= 2Q ¬ Q
B
=
|
|
.
|

\
|
+
B
A
R
R
1
Q 2
=
B A
B
R R
R Q 2
+
& Q
A
=
B A
A
R R
R Q 2
+
¬ Q
A
> Q
B
2
B B
2
A A
B
A
R 4 / Q
R 4 / Q
t
t
=
o
o
=
A
B
R
R
using (ii)
E
A
=
0
A
e
o
& E
B
=
0
B
e
o
 o
A
< o
B
¬ E
A
< E
B (at surface)
RESONANCE
J10411Page # 17
PHYSICS
32. An electron and a proton are moving on straight parallel paths with same velocity. They enter a semi-infinite
region of uniform magnetic field perpendicular to the velocity. Which of the following statement(s) is/are
true?
(A) They will never come out of the magnetic field region.
(B) They will come out travelling along parallel paths.
(C) They will come out at the same time.
(D) They will come out at different times.
Ans. (B), (D)
Sol.
t
p
=
eB
m 2
eBv
v m 2
v
R 2
p p
P
u
=
× u
=
× u
t
e
=
v
R ) 2 2 (
e
× u ÷ t
=
eB
m ) 2 2 (
eBv
v m ) 2 2 (
e e
u ÷ t
=
u ÷ t
 t
e
= t
p
RESONANCE
J10411Page # 18
PHYSICS
33. A composite block is made of slabs A, B, C, D and E of different thermal conductivities (given in terms of a
constant K) and sizes (given in terms of length, L) as shown in the figure. All slabs are of same width. Heat
‘Q’ flows only from left to right through the blocks. Then in steady state
(A) heat flow through A and E slabs are same
(B) heat flow through slab E is maximum
(C) temperature difference across slab E is smallest
(D) heat flow through C = heat flow through B + heat flow through D.
Ans. (A), (C), (D)
Sol. A : At steady state, heat flow through A and E are same.
C : AT = i × R
‘i’ is same for A and E but R is smallest for E.
D : i
B
=
B
R
T A
i
C
=
C
R
T A
i
D
=
D
R
T A
if i
c
= i
B
+ i
D
Hence
D B C
R
1
R
1
R
1
+ =
  
kA 5 KA 3 KA 8
+ = ¬
RESONANCE
J10411Page # 19
PHYSICS
34. A metal rod of length ‘L’ and mass ‘m’ is pivoted at one end. A thin disk of mass ‘M’ and radius ‘R’ (<L) is
attached at its center to the free end of the rod. Consider two ways the disc is attached: (case A). The disc
is not free to rotate about its center and (case B) the disc is free to rotate about its center. The rod-disc
system performs SHM in vertical plane after being released from the same displaced position. Which of the
following statement(s) is (are) true?
(A) Restoring torque in case A = Restoring torque in case B
(B) Restoring torque in case A < Restoring torque in case B
(C) Angular frequency for case A > Angular frequency for case B.
(D) Angular frequency for case A < Angular frequency for case B.
Ans. (A), (D)
Sol. torque is same for both the cases.
T =
mgd
2
I
t
I
A
> I
B
e
A
< e
B
SECTION — III (Total Marks :15)
(Paragraph Type)
This section contains 2 paragraphs. Based upon one of the paragraphs 3 multiple choice questions and
based on the other paragraph 2 multiple choice questions have to be answered. Each of these questions
has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
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Paragraph for Question Nos. 35 to 37
Phase space diagrams are useful tools in analyzing all kinds of dynamical problems. They are especially
useful in studying the changes in motion as initial position and momentum are changed. Here we consider
some simple dynamical systems in one-dimension. For such systems, phase space is a plane in which
position is plotted along horizontal axis and momentum is plotted along vertical axis. The phase space
diagram is x(t) vs. p(t) curve in this plane. The arrow on the curve indicates the time flow. For example, the
phase space diagram for a particle moving with constant velocity is a straight line as shown in the figure.
We use the sign convention in which position or momentum. upwards (or to right) is positive and down-
wards (or to left) is negative.
35. The phase space diagram for a ball thrown vertically up from ground is :
(A)
Position
Momentum
(B)
Position
Momentum
(C)
Position
Momentum
(D)
Position
Momentum
Ans. (D)
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PHYSICS
Sol.
36. The phase space diagram for simple harmonic motion is a circle centered at the origin. In the figure, the
two circles represent the same oscillator but for different initial conditions, and E
1
and E
2
are the total
mechanical energies respectively. Then
(A)
2 1
E 2 E = (B)
2 1
E 2 E = (C)
2 1
E 4 E = (D)
2 1
E 16 E =
Ans. (C)
Sol. In 1st case amplitude of SHM is a.
In 2nd case amplitude of SHM is 2a
Total energy =
2
1
k(amplitude)
2
E
1
=
2
1
k(2a)
2
E
2
=
2
1
k(a)
2
2 1
E 4 E =
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PHYSICS
Alternative :
Linear momentum P = mv
= me
2 2
x A ÷
¬ P
2
= m
2
e
2
(A
2
– x
2
)
¬ P
2
+ (me)
2
x
2
= m
2
e
2
A
2
...(i)
Equation of circle (bigger)
P
2
+ x
2
= (2a)
2
P
2
+ x
2
= 4a
2
...(ii)
Equation of circle (smaller)
P
2
+ x
2
= a
2
...(iii)
Comparing (i) and (ii)
Amplitude A = 2a
and (me)
2
= 1 ¬ me
2
=
m
1

2 2
) A ( m
2
1
e
So energy E
1
=
2 2
) a 2 ( m
2
1
e
= ) a 4 (
m
1
2
1
2
×
=
m
a 2
2
Comparing (i) and (iii)
A = a
(me)
2
= 1 ¬ me
2
=
m
1
So E
2
=
2 2
A m
2
1
e =
2
a
m
1
2
1
× =
2
2
m
a
2
1
m
a
2
1
2
So
4
E
E
2
1
=
¬ E
1
= 4E
2
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PHYSICS
37. Consider the spring-mass system, with the mass submerged in water,
as shown in the figure. The phase space diagram for one cycle of this
system is :
(A)
Position
Momentum
(B)
(C) (D)
Ans. (B)
Sol. Linear momentum
P = mv
=
2 2
x A m ÷ e
¬ P
2
+ m
2
e
2
x
2
= m
2
e
2
A
2
represents a circle on P–x diagram with radius of circle R = A ( m
2
e
2
= 1)
e of spring mass system remains constant and equal to
m
k
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PHYSICS
Amplitude of oscillation inside liquid will decrease due to viscous force
So radius of circular arcs will decrease as position change
Correctly shown in option B
Paragraph for Question Nos. 38 and 39
A dense collection of equal number of electrons and positive ions is called neutral plasma. Certain solids
containing fixed positive ions surrounded by free electrons can be treated as neutral plasma. Let ‘N’ be the
number density of free electrons, each of mass ‘m’. When the electrons are subjected to an electric field,
they are displaced relatively away from the heavy positive ions. If the electric field becomes zero, the
electrons begin to oscillate about the positive ions with a natural angular frequency ‘e
p
’, which is called the
plasma frequency. To sustain the oscillations, a time varying electric field needs to be applied that has an
angular frequency e, where a part of the energy is absorbed and a part of it is reflected. As e approaches
e
p
all the free electrons are set to resonance together and all the energy is reflected. This is the explanation
of high reflectivity of metals.
38. Taking the electronic charge as ‘e’ and the permitlivity as ‘c
0
’, use dimensional analysis to determine the
correct expression for ep.
(A)
0
m
Ne
c
(B)
Ne
m
0
c
(C)
0
2
m
Ne
c
(D)
2
0
Ne
mc
Ans. (C)
Sol. T
1
F L
Q
M
Q
L
1
m
Ne
2
2
2
3
0
2
=
×
×
×
=

c
So only (C) is dimensionally correct
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PHYSICS
39. Estimate the wavelength at which plasma reflection will occur for a metal having the density of electrons
N ~ 4 x 10
27
m
–3
. Take c
0
~ 10
–111
and m ~ 10
–30
, where these quantities are in proper SI units. s.
(A) 800 nm (B) 600 nm (C) 300 nm (D) 200 nm
Ans. (B)
Sol. For resonance
e = e
P
=
11 30
2 19 27
0
2
10 10
) 10 6 . 1 ( 10 4
m
Ne
÷ ÷
÷
×
× × ×
=
c
e = 3.2 × 10
15
f =
14 . 3 2
10 2 . 3
2
15
×
×
=
t
e
~
2
1
× 10
15
ì =
f
c
= 15
8
10
2
1
10 3
×
×
ì ~ 600 nm
SECTION – IV (Total Marks : 28)
(Integer Answers Type)
This sections contains 7 questions. The answer to each of the questions is a single-digit integer, ranging
from 0 to 9. The bubble corresponding to the correct answer is to be darkened in the ORS.
40. A boy is pushing a ring of mass 2 kg and radius 0.5 m with a stick as shown in the figure. The stick applies
a force of 2 N on the ring and rolls it without slipping with an acceleration of 0.3 m/s
2
. The coefficient of
friction between the ground and the ring is large enough that rolling always occurs and the coefficient of
friction between the stick and the ring is (P/10). The value of P is
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PHYSICS
Sol.
Note : If net force applied by the rod is considered to be 2 N.
2 F f
2 2 '
= +
...(i)
FR – f 'R = 2mR
2
R
a
F – f ' = 2ma = 1.2 ...(ii)
From (i) & (ii)
(1.2 + f ')
2
+ f '
2
= 2
2
2f '
2
+ 2.4f ' + 1.44 = 4
f '
2
+ 1.2f ' + 0.72 – 2 = 0
f '
2
+ 1.2f ' – 1.28 = 0
f ' =
2
) 28 . 1 ( 4 44 . 1 2 . 1 × + ± ÷
= 0.6 ±
28 . 1 36 . 0 +
= –0.6 ±
64 . 1
= 0.68
From eq. (2)
F = 1.88
u =
88 . 1
68 . 0
=
10
P
¬ P = 3.61 ~ 4 Ans.
Note : In Hindi friction force is aksed, so the answer is P = 6.8. (for Hindi)
Note : But if only normal reaction applied by the rod is considered to be 2 N.
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PHYSICS
II Law ¬ 2 – f = 2 [0.3]
¬ f = 2 – 0.6
f - 1.4 Nx ...(i)
a = Ro
¬ 0.3 = o [0.5]
¬ o =
5
3
rad/s ....(ii)
t
c
= I
c
o
¬ fR – 2uR = mR
2
o
f – 2u = mRo
1.4 – 2u =
2
2

|
.
|

\
|
5
3
1.4 – 0.6 = 2µ
0.8 = 2µ ¬ u = 0.4 =
10
P
P = 4 Ans.
Note : In Hindi friction force is aksed, so the answer is P = 8. (for Hindi)
41. A block is moving on an inclined plane making an angle 45° with the horizontal and the coefficient of friction
is u. The force required to just push it up the inclined plane is 3 times the force required to just prevent it
from sliding down. If we define N = 10 u, then N is
Sol.
F
1
=
2
mg
2
mg u
+
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PHYSICS
F
2
=
2
mg
2
mg u
÷
F
1
= 3F
2
1 + u = 3 – 3u
4u = 2
u =
2
1
N = 10u
N = 5 Ans.
42. Four point charges, each of +q, are rigidly fixed at the four corners of a square planar soap film of side
‘a’.The surface tension of the soap film is ¸. The system of charges and planar film are in equilibrium, and
a = k
N / 1
2
q

¸
, where ‘k’ is a constant. Then N is
Sol. Surface Tension ¸ =
length
force

+
2
2
2
2
a 2
kq
a
kq 2
2
= ¸ ×
2 a
a = (Some constant)
3
1
2
q
|
|
.
|

\
|
¸
So N = 3 Ans.
43. Steel wire of length ‘L’ at 40°C is suspended from the ceiling and then a mass ‘m’ is hung from its free end.
The wire is cooled down from 40°C to 30°C to regain its original length ‘L’. The coefficient of linear thermal
expansion of the steel is 10
–5
/°C, Young’s modulus of steel is 10
11
N/m
2
and radius of the wire is 1 mm.
Assume that L >> diameter of the wire. Then the value of ‘m’ in kg is nearly.
Sol.
A
F
= y
L
L A
) ( y
A
mg
u A o × =
m =
g
) ( y r
g
) ( Ay
2
u A o t
=
u A o
=
10
10 10 10 ) 10 (
5 11 2 3
× × × t
÷ ÷
= t ~ 3
Ans. 3
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44. The activity of a freshly prepared radioactive sample is 10
10
disintegrations per second, whose mean life is
10
9
s. The mass of an atom of this radioisotope is 10
–25
kg. The mass (in mg) of the radioactive sample is
Sol. N = N
0
e
–ìt
dt
dN
= 10
10
= N
0
(ì)
t 10
9
e
÷
÷
at (t = 0)
10
10
= N
0
10
–9
N
0
= 10
19
mass of sample = N
0
10
–25
= N
0
(mass of the atom)
= 10
–6
kgm
= 10
–6
× 10
3
gm
= 10
–3
gm
= 1 mg
Ans. 1
45. A long circular tube of length 10 m and radius 0.3 m carries a current I along its curved surface as shown.
A wire-loop of resistance 0.005 ohm and of radius 0.1 m is placed inside the tube with its axis coinciding
with the axis of the tube. The current varies as I = I
0
cos (300 t) where I
0
is constant. If the magnetic
moment of the loop is N u
0
I
0
sin (300 t), then ‘N’ is
Sol. Flux through circular ring
o = (u
0
ni) tr
2
o =
2 0
r
L
t
u
I
0
cos 300 t
i =
Rdt
do
i =
RL
r
0
2
0
I t u
. sin 300 t × 300
= u
0
I
0
sin 300 t

t
RL
300 . r
2
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PHYSICS
M = I . tr
2
= u
0
I
0
sin 300 t

t
RL
300 . r
4 2
(Take t
2
= 10)
=
10 100
300 10 10
4
×
× ×
÷
N = 6 Ans.
46. Four solid spheres each of diameter 5 cm and mass 0.5 kg are placed with their centers at the corners of
a square of side 4cm. The moment of inertia of the system about the diagonal of the square is
N × 10
–4
kg-m
2
, then N is
Sol.
I =
|
.
|

\
|
2
MR
5
2
2 +
2 Mx MR
5
2
2 2
|
.
|

\
|
+
=
2 MR
5
2
2
|
.
|

\
|
+
2 MR
5
2
2
|
.
|

\
|
+ (Mx
2
) 2
= 4
|
.
|

\
|
2
MR
5
2
+ 2mx
2

=
2
MR
5
8
+ 2mx
2
=
4
2
10 ) 2 4 ( ) 5 . 0 ( 2
2
5
5 . 0
5
8
÷

× × × +
|
|
.
|

\
|
× ×
=

+ 8
5
5
× 10
–4

= 9 × 10
–4
= N × 10
–4
So, N = 9 Ans.
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MATHEMATICS
PART - III
SECTION - I (Total Marks : 21)
(Single Correct Answer Type)
This section contains 7 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D)
out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
47. Let (x
0
, y
0
) be the solution of the following equations
(2x)
n2
= (3y)
n3
3
nx
= 2
ny
.
Then x
0
is
(A)
6
1
(B)
3
1
(C)
2
1
(D) 6
Ans. (C)
Sol. (2x)
n2
= (3y)
n3
¬ n2 n(2x) = n3 n(3y) = n3 (n3 + ny) ......... (1)
also 3
nx
= 2
ny
¬ nx n3 = ny n2 ......... (2)
by (1) ¬ n2 n(2x) = n3 (n3 + ny) ¬ n 2 . n (2x) = n3
)
`
¹
¹
´
¦
+
2 n
3 n nx
3 n

 

¬ n
2
2 n2x = n
2
3 (n2 + nx)
¬ ( ) 3 n 2 n
2 2
  ÷ (n2x) = 0
¬ n2x = 0 ¬ x =
2
1
48. The value of í
÷ +
3 n
2 n
2 2
2
dx
) x 6 n sin( x sin
x sin x



is
(A)
4
1
n
2
3
(B)
2
1
n
2
3
(C) n
2
3
(D)
6
1
n
2
3
Ans. (A)
Sol. Put x
2
=t
x dx =
2
dt
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I =
í
÷ +
3 n
2 n
) t 6 n ( sin t sin
t sin



.
2
dt
......(1)
apply
í
b
a
dx ) x ( f
=
í
÷ +
b
a
dx ) x b a ( f
I =
2
1
í
+ ÷
÷
3 n
2 n
t sin ) t 6 n sin(
) t 6 n sin(




dt .......(2)
adding (1) and (2)
2I =
2
1

í
3 n
2 n
dt . 1


¬ I =
2
3
n
4
1

49. Let k
ˆ
j
ˆ
i
ˆ
a + + =

, k
ˆ
j
ˆ
i
ˆ
b + ÷ =

and k
ˆ
j
ˆ
i
ˆ
c ÷ ÷ =

be three vectors. A vector
v

in the plane of
a

and
b

, whose
projection on
c

is
3
1
, is given by
(A) k
ˆ
3 j
ˆ
3 i
ˆ
+ ÷ (B) k
ˆ
j
ˆ
3 i
ˆ
3 ÷ ÷ ÷ (C) k
ˆ
3 j
ˆ
i
ˆ
3 + ÷ (D) k
ˆ
3 j
ˆ
3 i
ˆ
÷ +
Ans. (C)
Sol. Let
v

= b a


u + ì
¬ v

= ) ( u + ì i
ˆ
+ ) ( u ÷ ì j
ˆ
+
k
ˆ
) ( u + ì
Now c
ˆ
. v =
3
1
¬
3
) ( ) ( ) ( u + ì ÷ u ÷ ì ÷ u + ì
=
3
1
¬
u –

=1
¬ u =

+1
v

= (2ì+ 1) i – j
ˆ
+ (2ì + 1)
k
ˆ
For ì = 1,
v

= k
ˆ
3 j
ˆ
l
ˆ
3 + ÷
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50. Let P = {u : sin u – cos u =
2
cos u} and Q = {u : sin u + cos u =
2
sin u} be two sets. Then
(A) P c Q and Q – P = C (B) Q c
/
P
(C) P c
/
Q (D) P = Q
Ans. (D)
Sol. P = {u : sin u – cos u =
2
cos u}
sin u = (
2
+ 1) cosu
¬ tan u =
2
+ 1
¬ u = nt +
8
3t
; n e I
Q = {u : sin u + cos u =
2
sin u}
cos u = (
2
– 1) sin u
¬ tan u =
1 – 2
1
=
2
+ 1
¬ u = nt +
8
3t
; n e I
P = Q
51. Let the straight line x = b divide the area enclosed by y = (1 – x)
2
, y = 0, and x = 0 into two parts
R
1
(0 s x s b) and R
2
(b s x s 1) such that R
1
– R
2
=
4
1
. Then b equals
(A)
4
3
(B)
2
1
(C)
3
1
(D)
4
1
Ans. (B)
Sol. R
1
=
í
b
0
2
dx ) 1 – x (
=
b
0
3
3
) 1 – x (
=
3
1 ) 1 – b (
3
+
also R
2
=
í
1
b
2
dx ) 1 – x (
=
1
b
3
3
) 1 – x (
= –
3
) 1 – b (
3
¬ R
1
– R
2
=
3
1
3
) 1 – b ( 2
3
+
¬
4
1
=
3
1
3
) 1 – b ( 2
3
+ ¬ (b – 1)
3
= –
8
1
¬ b =
2
1
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52. Let o and | be the roots of x
2
– 6x – 2 = 0, with o > | . If a
n
= o
n
– |
n
for n > 1, then the value of
9
8 10
a 2
a 2 a ÷
is
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4
Ans. (C)
Sol. x
2
– 6x – 2 = 0 having roots o and |
¬ o
2
– 6o – 2 = 0
¬ o
10
– 6o
9
– 2o
8
= 0
¬ o
10
– 2o
8
= 6o
9
.... (i)
similarly |
10
– 2|
8
= 6|
9
.... (ii)
by (i) and (ii)
(o
10
– |
10
) – 2(o
8
– |
8
) = 6 (o
9
– |
9
)
¬ a
10
– 2a
8
= 6a
9
¬
9
8 10
a 2
a 2 – a
= 3
Aliter
) ( 2
) ( 2
9 9
8 8 10 10
| ÷ o
| ÷ o ÷ | ÷ o
=
) ( 2
) (
9 9
8 8 10 10
| ÷ o
| ÷ o o| + | ÷ o
=
) ( 2
) ( ) (
9 9
9 9
| ÷ o
| + o | ÷ | + o o
=
2
| + o
=
2
6
= 3
53. A straight line L through the point (3, –2) is inclined at an angle 60º to the line 1 y x 3 = + . If L also
intersects the x-axis, then the equation of L is
(A) y + 3 x + 2 – 3 3 = 0 (B) y – 3 x + 2 + 3 3 = 0
(C) 3 y – x + 3 + 2 3 = 0 (D) 3 y + x – 3 + 2 3 = 0
Ans. (B)
Sol. Let slope of line L = m

) 3 (– m 1
) 3 (– – m
+
= tan 60º =
3
¬
m 3 1
3 m
÷
+
=
3
taking positive sign, m +
3
=
3
– 3m
m = 0
taking negative sign
m +
3
+
3
– 3m = 0
m =
3
As L cuts x-axis ¬ m =
3
so L is y + 2 =
3
(x –3)
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SECTION - II (Total Marks : 16)
(Multiple Correct Answers Type)
The section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D)
out of which ONE or MORE may be correct.
54. The vector(s) which is/are coplanar with vectors k
ˆ
2 j
ˆ
i
ˆ
+ + and k
ˆ
j
ˆ
2 i
ˆ
+ + , and perpendicular to the vector
k
ˆ
j
ˆ
i
ˆ
+ + is/are
(A) k
ˆ
j
ˆ
÷ (B) j
ˆ
i
ˆ
+ ÷ (C) j
ˆ
i
ˆ
÷ (D) k
ˆ
j
ˆ
+ ÷
Ans. (A, D)
Sol.
a
=
i
ˆ + j
ˆ
+ 2
k
ˆ
b
=
i
ˆ
+2 j
ˆ
+
k
ˆ
c
= i
ˆ
+ j
ˆ
+
k
ˆ
Required vector is ì
c

× (
a

×
b

)
ì[(
c

.
b

)
a

– (
c

.
a

)
b

]
ì[(1+2+1) – ( i
ˆ
+ j
ˆ
+2
k
ˆ
) – (1+1+2) (
i
ˆ +2 j
ˆ
+
k
ˆ
) ]
ì [–4 j
ˆ
+4k
ˆ
]
so our vector in parallel – j
ˆ
+ k
ˆ
55. Let M and N be two 3 × 3 non-singular skew-symmetric matrices such that MN = NM. If P
T
denotes the
transpose of P, then M
2
N
2
(M
T
N)
–1
(MN
–1
)
T
is equal to
(A) M
2
(B) – N
2
(C) – M
2
(D) MN
Ans. (C)
Sol. Data inconsistent
A 3 × 3 non-singular matrix cannot be skew-symmetric
However considering M, N matrices as even order, we obtain correct answer.
M
2
N
2
(M
T
N)
–1
(MN
–1
)
T
= M
2
N
2
N
–1
(M
T
)
–1
(N
–1
)
T
M
T
¬ – M
2
N
2
N
–1
M
–1
N
–1
M
¬ – M
2
NM
–1
N
–1
M
– MNN
–1
M ¬ –M
2
(So the question is wrong)
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56. Let the eccentricity of the hyperbola
2
2
a
x

2
2
b
y
= 1 be reciprocal to that of the ellipse x
2
+ 4y
2
= 4. If the
hyperbola passes through a focus of the ellipse, then
(A) the equation of the hyperbola is
3
x
2

2
y
2
= 1
(B) a focus of the hyperbola is (2, 0)
(C) the eccentricity of the hyperbola is
3
5
(D) the equation of the hyperbola is x
2
– 3y
2
= 3
Ans. (B, D)
Sol. Eccentricity of ellipse =
4
1

=
2
3
¬
2
2
a
b
1+
=
3
2
¬
a
b
=
3
1
focus of ellipse ( ) 0 , 3 ±
¬
2
2
a
) 3 (
= 1 ¬ a =
3
¬ b = 1 & focus of hyperbola (±2, 0)
Hence equation of hyperbola
1
y
3
x
2 2
÷ = 1
57. Let f : R ÷ R be a function such that f(x + y) = f(x) + f(y), ¬ x, y e R. If f(x) is differentiable at x = 0, then
(A) f(x) is differentiable only in a finite interval containing zero
(B) f(x) is continuous ¬ x e R
(C) f'(x) is constant ¬x e R
(D) f(x) is differentiable except at finitely many points
Ans. (B, C)
Sol. f(x) = kx
Hence f(x) is continuous & differentiable at x e R & f ’(x) = k (constant)
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SECTION - III (Total Marks : 15)
(Paragraph Type)
This section contains 2 paragraphs. Based upon one of the paragraphs 3 multiple choice questions and
based on the other paragraph 2 multiple choice questions have to be answered. Each of these questions
has four choice (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
Paragraph for Questions Nos. 58 to 60
Let a, b and c be three real numbers satisfying
[a b c]

7 3 7
7 2 8
7 9 1
= [0 0 0] ...........(E)
58. If the point P(a, b, c), with reference to (E), lies on the plane 2x + y + z = 1, then the value of 7a + b + c is
(A) 0 (B) 12 (C) 7 (D) 6
Ans. (D)
59. Let e be a solution of x
3
– 1 = 0 with Im (e) > 0. if a = 2 with b and c satisfying (E), then the value of
a
3
e
+
b
1
e
+
c
3
e
is equal to
(A) – 2 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) – 3
Ans. (A)
60. Let b = 6, with a and c satisfying (E). If o and | are the roots of the quadratic equation ax
2
+ bx + c = 0,
then
n
0 n
1 1
¯
·
=
|
|
.
|

\
|
|
+
o
is
(A) 6 (B) 7 (C)
7
6
(D) ·
Ans. (B)
Sol. (Q.No. 58 to 60)
a + 8b + 7c = 0 ........... (i)
9a + 2b + 3c = 0 ........... (ii)
a + b + c = 0 ........... (iii)
A =
1 1 1
3 2 9
7 8 1
= 1.(–1) – 8(6) + 7(7) = 0
MATHEMATICS
RESONANCE
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Let C = ì
a + 8b = –7ì
a + b = –ì
¬ b =
7
6 ÷
ì & a =
7
ì ÷
(a, b, c) ÷
|
.
|

\
|
ì
ì ÷ ì ÷
,
7
6
,
7
where ì e R
58. P(a, b, c) lies on the plane 2x + y + z = 1
ì +
ì
÷
ì ÷
7
6
7
2
= 1 ¬
7
ì ÷
= 1 ¬ ì = –7
7a + b +c = 7 + 6 – 7 = 6
59. a = 2 ¬ ì = –14
b = 12 & c = –14
Now
c b a
3 1 3
e
+
e
+
e
=
14
12 2
. 3
1 3
e +
e
+
e
= 3e + 1 + 3e
2
= 3(e + e
2
) + 1 = – 2
60. b = 6 ¬ ì = –7
¬ a = 1 & c = – 7
now ax
2
+ bx + c = 0 ¬ x
2
+ 6x – 7 = 0
¬ x = –7 , 1

n
0 n
1 1
¯
·
=
|
|
.
|

\
|
|
+
o
=
n
0 n
7
6
¯
·
=
|
.
|

\
|
= 1 +
7
6
+
2
7
6
|
.
|

\
|
+ ....... · =
7
6
1
1
÷
= 7
Paragraph for Question Nos. 61 and 62
Let U
1
and U
2
be two urns such that U
1
contains 3 white and 2 red balls, and U
2
contains only 1 white ball.
A fair coin is tossed. If head appears then 1 ball is drawn at random from U
1
and put into U
2
. However, if tail
appears then 2 balls are drawn at random from U
1
and put into U
2
. Now 1 ball is drawn at random from U
2
.
61. The probability of the drawn ball from U
2
being white is
(A)
30
13
(B*)
30
23
(C)
30
19
(D)
30
11
Ans. (B)
Sol. P(white) = P (H · white) + P(T · white)
=
)
`
¹
¹
´
¦
× + × + × +
)
`
¹
¹
´
¦
+ ×
3
2
C
C · C
3
1
C
C
1
C
C
·
2
1
2
1
·
5
2
1
5
3
·
2
1
2
5
1
2
1
3
2
5
2
2
2
5
2
3
MATHEMATICS
RESONANCE
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=
)
`
¹
¹
´
¦
+ + × + ×
30
12
30
1
10
3
2
1
10
8
2
1
=
30
22
2
1
10
4
× +
=
30
23
62. Given that the drawn ball from U
2
is white, the probability that head appeared on the coin is
(A)
23
17
(B)
23
11
(C)
23
15
(D)
23
12
Ans. (D)
Sol.
( )
White
Head
P
=
) white ( P
) white Head ( P ·
=
30
23
2
1
5
2
1
5
3
2
1
)
`
¹
¹
´
¦
× + × ×
=
30
23
10
4
=
23
12
SECTION - IV (Total Marks : 28)
(Integer Answer Type)
This section contains 7 questions. The answer to each of the questions is a single-digit integer, ranging
from 0 to 9). The boubble corresponding to the correct answer is to be darkened in the ORS.
63. Consider the parabola y
2
= 8x. Let A
1
be the area of the triangle formed by the end points of its latus rectum
and the point
|
.
|

\
|
2 ,
2
1
P
on the parabola, and A
2
be the area of the triangle formed by drawing tangents at P
and at the end points of the latus rectum. Then
2
1
A
A
is
Ans. (2)
Sol.  A
2
=
2
1
A
(by property)

2
1
A
A
= 2
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RESONANCE
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64. Let a
1
, a
2
, a
3
,....., a
100
be an arithmetic progression with a
1
= 3 and S
p
= ¯
=
p
1 i
i
a
, 1 s p s 100.
For any integer n with 1 s n s 20, let m = 5n. If
n
m
S
S
does not depend on n, then a
2
is
Ans. (9)
Sol.
n
m
S
S
=
n
n 5
S
S
=
] d ) 1 n ( 6 [
2
n
] d ) 1 n 5 ( 6 [
2
n 5
÷ +
÷ +
=
] nd ) d 6 [(
] nd 5 ) d 6 [( 5
+ ÷
+ ÷
d = 6 or d = 0 Now if d = 0 then a
2
= 3 else a
2
= 9
for single choice more appropriate choice is 9, but in principal, question seems to have an error.
a
2
= 3 + 6 = 9
65. The positive integer value of n > 3 satisfying the equation
|
.
|

\
| t
+
|
.
|

\
| t
=
|
.
|

\
| t
n
3
sin
1
n
2
sin
1
n
sin
1
is
Ans. (n = 7)
Sol.
n
sin
1
t

n
3
sin
1
t
=
n
2
sin
1
t
n
3
sin
n
sin
n
sin
n
2
cos 2
t t
t t
=
n
2
sin
1
t
sin
n
4t
= sin
n
3t
n
4t
= (–1)
k

n
3t
+ kt , k e I
If k = 2m ¬
n
t
= 2mt
n
1
= 2m , not possible
If k = 2m + 1 ¬
n
7t
= (2m + 1)t
¬ n = 7, m = 0
Ans. n = 7
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66. Let f : [1, ·) ÷ [2, ·) be a differentiable function such that f(1) = 2. If
í
÷ =
x
1
3
x ) x ( xf 3 dt ) t ( f 6
for all x > 1, then the value of f(2) is
Ans. (6)
Sol. Data inconsistent.
Putting x = 1 , in given integral equation ¬ f(1) = 1/3 , a contradiction (given that f(1) = 2).
However if considering integral equation as
í
÷ =
x
1
3
x ) x ( xf 3 dt ) t ( f 6 – 5
we obtain correct answer.
Differentiating the integral equation
6f(x) = 3f(x) + 3xf'(x) – 3x
2
f'(x) –
x
1
f(x) = x
put y = f(x)
dx
dy

x
1
y = x
I.F. =
x
1
General solution is y
x
1
= x + c
Put x = 1, y = 2 ¬ c = 1
¬ y = x
2
+ x
f(x) = x
2
+ x
f(2) = 4 + 2 = 6
67. If z is any complex number satisfying |z – 3 – 2i| s 2, then the minimum value of |2z – 6 + 5i| is
Ans. (5)
Sol. |2z – 6 + 5i| = 2 |
.
|

\
|
÷ ÷
2
i 5
3 z
for minimum = 2 ×
2
5
= 5
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RESONANCE
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68. The minimum value of the sum of real numbers a
–5
, a
–4
, 3a
–3
, 1, a
8
and a
10
where a > 0 is
Ans. (8)
Sol. A.M. > G.M.
8 / 1
10 8
3 3 3 4 5
10 8
3 3 3 4 5
a . a . 1 .
a
1
.
a
1
.
a
1
.
a
1
.
a
1
8
a a 1
a
1
a
1
a
1
a
1
a
1
|
.
|

\
|
>
+ + + + + + +
¬
8 / 1 10 8
3 4 5
) 1 ( 8 a a 1
a
3
a
1
a
1
> + + + + +
¬ minimum value of
10 3
3 4 5
a a 1
a
3
a
1
a
1
+ + + + +
= 8, at a = 1
69. Let f(u) =
|
|
.
|

\
|
|
|
.
|

\
|
u
u
÷
2 cos
sin
tan sin
1
, where –
4
t
< u <
4
t
. Then the value of
)) ( f (
) (tan d
d
u
u
is
Ans. (1)
Sol.
|
|
.
|

\
|
u
u
÷
2 cos
sin
tan
1
= sin
–1
|
.
|

\
|
u
u
cos
sin
f(u) = tanu

u tan d
df
= 1
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Useful Data : R = 8.314 JK–1 mol–1 or 8.206 × 10–2 L atm K–1 mol–1 1 F = 96500 C mol–1 h = 6.626 × 10–34 Js 1 eV = 1.602 × 10–19 J c = 3.0 × 108 m s–1 NA = 6.022 × 1023

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SECTION - I (Total Marks : 21)
(Single Correct Answer Type)

CHEMISTRY

This section contains 7 multiple choice questions, Each question has four choices, (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct. 1. Extra pure N2 can be obtained by heating (A) NH3 with CuO (C) (NH4)2Cr2O7 Ans. Sol. 2. (D)

(B) NH4NO3 (D) Ba(N3)2

Ba (N3)2   Ba + 3N2 Geometrical shapes of the complexes formed by the reaction of Ni2+ with Cl–, CN– and H2O, respectively, are (A) octahedral, tetrahedral and square planar (B) tetrahedral, square planar and octahedral (C) square planar, tetrahedral and octahedral (D) octahedral, square planar and octahedral Ans. (B)

Sol.

Ni+2 + 4Cl–   [NiCl4]2– SP 3 [NiCl4]2– = 3d8 confiuration with Nickel in + 2 Oxidation state. Cl– being weak field ligand does not compel for pairing of electrons. So,

Hence, complex has tetrahedral geometry

Ni+2 + 4Cl–  [Ni(CN)4]2– [Ni(CN)4]2– = 3d8 configuration with nickel in + 2 oxidation state. CN– being strong field ligand with comples for pairing of electrons. So,

Hence, complex has square planar gemetry.

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CHEMISTRY

Ni+2 + 6H2O  [NI(H2O)6]+2 [Ni(H2O)6] = 3d8 configuration with nickel in + 2 oxidation state. As with 3d8 configuration two d-orbitals are not available for d2sp3 hybridisation. So, hybridisation of Ni (II) is sp3d2. As Ni (II) with six co-ordination will have octahedral geometry.

Note : With water as ligand Ni (II) forms octahedral complexes. 3. Bombardment of aluminum by -particle leads to its artificial disintegration in two ways, (I) and (ii) as shown. Products X, Y and Z respectively are,

(A) proton, neutron, positron (C) proton, positron, neutron Ans. (A)

(B) neutron, positron, proton (D) positron, proton, neutron

Sol.

+

4.

Dissolving 120 g of urea (mol. wt. 60) in 1000 g of water gave a solution of density 1.15 g/mL. The molarity of the solution is : (A) 1.78 M (B) 2.00 M (C) 2.05 M (D) 2.22 M Ans. (C)

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6.) was added to an aqueous KCl solution gradually and the conductivity of the solution was measured. (C) J10411Page # 5 RESONANCE . AgNO3 (aq.05 mol/litre 112 5. the most acidic is : (A) p-nitrophenol (B) p-hydroxybenzoic acid (C) o-hydroxybenzoic acid (D) p-toluic acid Ans. The plot of conductance () versus the volume of AgNO3 is : (A) (P) Ans.CHEMISTRY Sol. (D) (B) Q (C) (R) (D*) (S) Sol. Mole = 120 =2 60 mass of solution = 1120 g V= 1120 112 = L 1.15  1000 115 M= 2  115 = 2. Among the following compounds.

Due to intramolecular hydrogen bonding in conjugate base of o-Hydroxybenzoic acid. 7. J10411Page # 6 RESONANCE . it is strongest acid. The major product of the following reaction is : (A) (B) (C) (D) Ans. (A) Sol.CHEMISTRY Sol.

(A) H = –ve for adsorption (B) fact (D) chemical bonds are stronger than vander waal’s forces so chemical adsorption is more exothermic. Ans. B. The product often contains traces of Fe. According to kinetic theory gases (A) collisions are always elastic (B) heavier molecules transfer more momentum to the wall of the container (C) only a small number of molecules have very high velocity (D) between collisions. however it is very slow due to higher energy of activation. (A) Fact (B) P = MV = M 3RT = M 3MRT (C) Max well distribution (D) Fact J10411Page # 7 RESONANCE . SnO2 is reduced to metal using carbon at 1200 – 1300°C in an electric furnace. Which then floats to the surface. which is removed by blowing air through the molten mixture to oxidise FeO. Each question has four choices (A). (A. (A. SnO2 + 2C  Sn + 2CO Fe + O2  FeO The correct statement(s) pertiaining to the adsorption of a gas on a solid surface is (are) (A) Adsorption is always exothermic (B) Physisorption may transform into chemisorption at high temperature (C) Physisorption increases with increasing temperature but chemisorption decreases with increasing temperature (D) Chemisorption is more exothermic than physisorption. Ans. D) 10. Extraction of metal from the ore cassiterite involves (A) carbon reduction of an oxide ore (B) self-reduction of a sulphide ore (C) removal of copper impurity (D) removal of iron impurity Ans. Sol.CHEMISTRY SECTION – II (Total Marks : 16) (Multiple Correct Answers Type) This section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Sol. D) 9. (B). B. 8. Sol. (A. the molecules move in straight lines with constant velocities. C. D) Important ore of tin is cassiterite (SnO2). (C) and (D) out of which ONE or MORE may be correct.

SECTION – Ill (Total Marks : 15) (Paragraph Type) This section contains 2 paragraphs. Addition of aqueous NH3 dissolves O and gives an intense blue solution. (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct. 12 and 14 When a metal rod M is dipped into an aqueous colourless concentrated solution of compound N the solution turns light blue. of AgCl also contains Cu(NO3)2. the compound(s) in which all the atoms are in one plane in all the possible conformations (if any). Addition of aqueous NaCl to the blue solution gives a white precipitate O. C) In (B) (B) H–C  (D) H2C=C=CH2 and (C) CH2 == C == O all atoms are always in same plane. (A) (B) Zn(NO3)2 (C) Al(NO3)3 (D) Pb(NO3)2 14. is (are) (A) (C) H2C=C=O Ans. (13) & (14) Cu(M) + AgNO3 (aqueous colorless solution)  Resultant solution (Cu(NO3)2 + AgNO3 (N) (blue solution) Note : Here it is considered that complete AgNO3 is not utilized in the reaction. (B) (B) Cu (C) Ni (D) Co The compound N is : (A) AgNO3 Ans. 13. Based upon one of the paragraphs 3 multiple choice questions and based on the other paragraph 2 multiple choice questions have to be answered. The final solution contains (A) [Pb(NH3)4]2+ and [CoCl4]2– (C) [Ag(NH3)2]+ and [Cu(NH3)4]2+ Ans. J10411Page # 8 RESONANCE . AgNO3 + NaCl AgCl  + NaNO3 (O) (white ppt. Amongst the given options. (12). Each of these questions has four choices (A).) Solution containing white ppt. 12. (C) (B) [Al(NH3)4]3+ and [Cu(NH3)4]2+ (D) [Ag(NH3)2]+ and [Ni(NH3)6]2+ Sol. The metal rod M is : (A) Fe Ans. Sol. (B).CHEMISTRY 11. (B. Paragraph for Question Nos.

(15 & 16) (B) J10411Page # 9 RESONANCE . 16.)  [Ag(NH3)2]+ Cu(NO3)2 (aq. in which Q is an intermediate organic compound. Sol.) + 4NH3 (aq. having molecular formula C6H10. (D) The structure of the compound Q is (A) (B) (C) (D) Ans. Metal rod M is Cu. 15 and 16 An acyclic hydrocarbon P. The structure of compound P is (A) CH3CH2CH2CH2–CC–H (B) H3CH2C–CC–CH2CH3 (C) (D) Ans.)  [Cu(NH3)4] (NO3)2 (deep blue coloration) So. 15. The compound N is AgNO3 and the final solution contains [Ag(NH3)2]+ and [Cu(NH3)42+ Paragraph for Question Nos.CHEMISTRY Which developed deep blue colouration with aqueous NH3 solution AgCl  (white) + 2NH3 (aq. gave acetone as the only organic product through the following sequence of reactions.

5 Sol. ms = –1/2. Li. The answer to each of the questions is a single-digit integer.8 Ag 4. Mg can show photoectric effect.CHEMISTRY SECTION . 19. and spin quantum number. 18. n = 3. The work function () of some metas is listed below. 1 will be 1 + 3 + 5 = 9. ranging from 0 to 9. 5 Sol.IV (Total Marks : 28) (Integer Answer Type) This section contains 7 questions.7 Cu 4.3 W 4. 17.2 Mg 3. The number of metals which will show photoelectric effect when light of 300 nm wavelength falls on the metal is Metal f (eV) Li 2.  5NaBr + NaBrO3 + CO2 3Br2 + 3Na2CO3  The maximum number of electrons that can have principal quantum number. 9 Sol. Ephoton = 4 12400 = 4. Reaction of Br2 with Na2CO3 in aqueous solution gives sodium bromide and sodium bromate with evolution of CO2 gas.13 ev 3000 Photoelectric effect can take place only if Ephoton    Thus.75 Ans. K.3 K 2. The number of sodium bromide molecules involved in the balanced chemical equation is Ans. 2 So. electrons with spin quantum number = – 20. Na. The bubble corresponding to the correct answer is to be darkened in the ORS. The difference in the oxidation numbers of the two types of sulphur atoms in Na2S4O6 is Ans. J10411Page # 10 RESONANCE .3 Fe 4.4 Na 2. Sol.7 Pt 6. is Ans.

at 0ºC) are introduced. 23. Glycine contributes 47. Wt. Total 5 products. 0. Sol.1 mol of He and 1.0821  273 = =7 P 0. 5 Sol.0 % to the total weight of the hydrolysed products. The number of glycine units present in the decapeptide is Ans. A decapeptide (Mol. Wt. 6 Molecular weight of decapeptide = 796 g/mol Total bonds to be hydrolysed = (10 – 1) = 9 per molecule Total weight of H2O added = 9 × 18 = 162 g/mol Total weight of hydrolysis product = 796 + 162 = 958 g Total weight % of glycine (given) = 47% Total weight of glycine in product = 958  47 g = 450 g 100 Molecular weight of glycine = 75 g/mol Number of glycine molecule = 450 = 6. The total number of alkenes possible by dehydrobromination of 3-bromo-3-cyclopentylhexane using alcoholic KOH is Ans..32 atm V=? n = 0. 796) on complete hydrolysis gives glycine (Mol. 75). 75 J10411Page # 11 RESONANCE . the total volume (in litre) of the gases at 0°C is close to Ans.68 = 0. alanine and phenylalanine. 22.1 0.CHEMISTRY 21. Considering the ideal gas behaviour.68 atm.1 . V= nRT 0.32 Sol. To an evacuated vessel with movable piston under external pressure of 1 atm.0 mol of an unknown compound (vapour pressure 0. 7 PHe = 1 – 0.

PHYSICS PART . (B).6) – 1 = T2 (0. the work done in the process is : (A) 9 RT1 8 (B) 3 RT1 2 (C) 15 RT1 8 (D) 9 RT1 2 Ans. (A) (B) 8.5 kHz 5. 24.75 kHz (D) 7.II SECTION .50 kHz finisident = freflected = 320 × 8 kHz 320  10 fobserved = 330 310 320  10 freflected 320 = = 25. Sol. The speed of sound in air is 320 m/s. (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.7 liter.50 kHz Ans.6 liter of helium gas at STP is adiabatically compressed to 0. Number of moles of He = Now 1 4 T1 (5. Taking the initial temperature to be T1.25 kHz (C) 7. Each question has four choices (A).51 kHz  8. A police car with a siren of frequency 8 kHz is moving with uniform velocity 36 km/hr towards a tall building which reflects the sound waves.I (Total Marks : 21) (Single Correct Answer Type) This section contains 7 multiple choice questions. (A) Sol.7) – 1  1 T1 = T2   8 2/3 J10411Page # 12 RESONANCE . 8× 8. The frequency of the siren heard by the car driver is (A) 8.

 ˆ Consider an electric field E  E 0 x . flux = (E0 cos 45°) × area) = E0 2  a  2a = E0a2 J10411Page # 13 RESONANCE . (C) Sol. where E0 is a constant.PHYSICS 4T1 = T2 Work done = – nR[T2  T1 ]  1 1 R [3T1 ] 4 =– 2 3 9 = – RT1 8 26. The flux through the shaded area (as shown in the figure) due to this field is : (A) 2E0a 2 (B) 2 E0a 2 (C) E0a 2 (D) E 0a 2 2 Ans.

5  0.5 = 324 0.5 = J10411Page # 14 RESONANCE . A ball of mass (m) 0.5 × 2 2 = 324 0 .5 m. 0 .5  0 . The maximum possible value of angular velocity of ball (in radian/s) is : (A) 9 Ans. 1 1 2 1  RZH    = R(1)2  5   36   H2 4 9    1 1 3 2 1  RZHe    = R(4)    He  4 16   16   He 1  16 5  5      H2 4  3 36  27 5 × 6561 = 1215 Å 27 He = 28. The ball is rotated on a horizontal circular path about vertical axis.5 kg is attached to the end of a string having length (L) 0. (D) (B) 18 (C) 27 (D) 36 Sol. The maximum tension that the string can bear is 324 N. The wavelength of the second spectral line in the Balmer series of singly ionized helium atom is : (A) 1215 Å Ans.5 18 = 36 rad/sec. T sin = m Lsin2 324 = 0. The wavelength of the first spectral line in the Balmer series of hydrogen atom is 6561 Å.5 × 0.PHYSICS 27. (A) (B) 1640 Å (C) 2430 Å (D) 4687 Å Sol.

(D) Sol. The end-corrections are 1 cm and 2 cm respectively for the ends A and B. The percentage of its stored energy dissipated after the switch S is turned to position 2 is (A) 0% (B) 20% (C) 75% (D) 80% Ans.6  30.2 ohm Ans. 5 J10411Page # 15 RESONANCE . to determine an unknown resistance ‘X’ using a standard 10 ohm resistor. A meter bridge is set-up as shown. (B) Sol. Vcommon = 5 2 Uf = V 1 (2 + 8)   2 5 2 V2 V2  Ui  Uf 5  100  100 = Ui V2 4  100 = 80% Ans. 1 = 52 + 1 = 53 cm 2 = 48 + 2 = 50 cm (B) 10.8 ohm (D) 11.6 ohm (C) 10. The determined value of ‘X’ is (A) 10. Ui = V 1 (2)V 2 . The galvanometer shows null point when tapping-key is at 52 cm mark.1 ohm 1 x 53 x    2 R  50 10 x = 10. A 2F capacitor is charged as shown in figure.MATHEMATICS 29.

(C)...(ii) KQ A KQB  RA RB  RA  (i) and (ii)  QA = QB  R     B  RA QB  1  R  B  2Q R B = R R  R  A B 1  A    RB   2Q &   = 2Q    QB = & 2Q RA QA = R  R A B RB  A Q A / 4R 2 A  2 = R B QB / 4RB A A EA =  0  EA < EB  QA > QB using (ii) B & EB =  0 (at surface)  A < B J10411Page # 16 RESONANCE . QA + QB = 2Q . 31..MATHEMATICS SECTION – II (Total Marks : 16) (Multiple Correct Answers Type) This section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Then (A) Einside  0 A Ans. (A). (B). Each question has four choices (A).. Now they are connected by a thin metal wire. A spherical metal shell A of radius RA and a solid metal sphere B of radius RB (< RA) are kept far apart and each is given charge ‘+Q’. (C) and (D) out of which ONE or MORE may be correct.(i) . (B). (D) (B) QA > QB  A RB (C)   R B A (D) E on surface A on  EB surface Sol.

(B). An electron and a proton are moving on straight parallel paths with same velocity.PHYSICS 32. (B) They will come out travelling along parallel paths. They enter a semi-infinite region of uniform magnetic field perpendicular to the velocity. (C) They will come out at the same time. (D) Sol. tp = 2  RP 2  mp v 2mp   v eBv eB ( 2  2)m e v ( 2  2)m e (2  2)  R e  = eBv eB v te =  te  tp J10411Page # 17 RESONANCE . Ans. (D) They will come out at different times. Which of the following statement(s) is/are true? (A) They will never come out of the magnetic field region.

D: iB = R B T iC = R C T T iD = R D if ic = iB + iD Hence 1 1 1   R C RB R D  8KA 3KA 5kA      J10411Page # 18 RESONANCE . A: C: (A). Then in steady state (A) heat flow through A and E slabs are same (B) heat flow through slab E is maximum (C) temperature difference across slab E is smallest (D) heat flow through C = heat flow through B + heat flow through D. Ans. T = i × R ‘i’ is same for A and E but R is smallest for E. B. (C). C. Sol.PHYSICS 33. A composite block is made of slabs A. (D) At steady state. L) as shown in the figure. heat flow through A and E are same. All slabs are of same width. D and E of different thermal conductivities (given in terms of a constant K) and sizes (given in terms of length. Heat ‘Q’ flows only from left to right through the blocks.

Sol. Ans. The disc is not free to rotate about its center and (case B) the disc is free to rotate about its center. Consider two ways the disc is attached: (case A). (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct. T = 2 A > B A < B  mgd SECTION — III (Total Marks :15) (Paragraph Type) This section contains 2 paragraphs. Which of the following statement(s) is (are) true? (A) Restoring torque in case A = Restoring torque in case B (B) Restoring torque in case A < Restoring torque in case B (C) Angular frequency for case A > Angular frequency for case B. (A). (B). Based upon one of the paragraphs 3 multiple choice questions and based on the other paragraph 2 multiple choice questions have to be answered. J10411Page # 19 RESONANCE .PHYSICS 34. Each of these questions has four choices (A). The rod-disc system performs SHM in vertical plane after being released from the same displaced position. A metal rod of length ‘L’ and mass ‘m’ is pivoted at one end. A thin disk of mass ‘M’ and radius ‘R’ (<L) is attached at its center to the free end of the rod. (D) torque is same for both the cases. (D) Angular frequency for case A < Angular frequency for case B.

The phase space diagram for a ball thrown vertically up from ground is : Momentum Momentum (A) Position (B) Position Momentum Momentum (C) Position (D) Position Ans. Here we consider some simple dynamical systems in one-dimension.PHYSICS Paragraph for Question Nos. The phase space diagram is x(t) vs. They are especially useful in studying the changes in motion as initial position and momentum are changed. 35 to 37 Phase space diagrams are useful tools in analyzing all kinds of dynamical problems. p(t) curve in this plane. (D) J10411Page # 20 RESONANCE . phase space is a plane in which position is plotted along horizontal axis and momentum is plotted along vertical axis. the phase space diagram for a particle moving with constant velocity is a straight line as shown in the figure. For example. We use the sign convention in which position or momentum. 35. upwards (or to right) is positive and downwards (or to left) is negative. The arrow on the curve indicates the time flow. For such systems.

(C) Sol. the two circles represent the same oscillator but for different initial conditions. In 2nd case amplitude of SHM is 2a Total energy = 1 k(amplitude)2 2 E1 = 1 k(2a)2 2 1 k(a)2 2 E2 = E1  4 E 2 J10411Page # 21 RESONANCE . (B) E1  2 E 2 (C) E1  4 E 2 (D) E1  16 E 2 In 1st case amplitude of SHM is a. In the figure. The phase space diagram for simple harmonic motion is a circle centered at the origin.PHYSICS Sol. 36. Then (A) E1  2 E 2 Ans. and E1 and E2 are the total mechanical energies respectively.

(ii) .PHYSICS Alternative : Linear momentum P = mv = m A 2  x 2  P2 = m22 (A2 – x2)  P2 + (m)2x2 = m22A2 Equation of circle (bigger) P2 + x2 = (2a)2 P2 + x2 = 4a2 Equation of circle (smaller) P2 + x2 = a2 Comparing (i) and (ii) Amplitude and (m)2 = 1 A = 2a  m2 = ...(iii) ...(i) 1 m 1 m2 ( A )2 2 So energy E1 = 1 m 2 (2a)2 2 1 1  ( 4a 2 ) 2m 2a 2 m = = Comparing (i) and (iii) A=a (m)2 = 1  m2 = 1 m So E2 = 1 a2 1 a2 1 1 1 m 2 A 2 =  a 2 = 2 2 m 2 m2 2 m E1 So E  4  E1 = 4E2 2 J10411Page # 22 RESONANCE ...

as shown in the figure. Consider the spring-mass system. with the mass submerged in water.PHYSICS 37. (B) Sol. Linear momentum P = mv 2 2 = m A  x P2 + m22x2 = m22A2  represents a circle on P–x diagram with radius of circle R = A ( m22 = 1)  of spring mass system remains constant and equal to k m J10411Page # 23 RESONANCE . The phase space diagram for one cycle of this system is : Momentum (A) Position (B) (C) (D) Ans.

Let ‘N’ be the number density of free electrons. which is called the plasma frequency. where a part of the energy is absorbed and a part of it is reflected. This is the explanation of high reflectivity of metals. To sustain the oscillations. 38. (A) Ans. (C) Ne m 0 (B) m 0 Ne (C) Ne 2 m 0 (D) m 0 Ne 2 1 Sol. 38 and 39 A dense collection of equal number of electrons and positive ions is called neutral plasma. As  approaches p all the free electrons are set to resonance together and all the energy is reflected. use dimensional analysis to determine the correct expression for p. When the electrons are subjected to an electric field. If the electric field becomes zero.PHYSICS Amplitude of oscillation inside liquid will decrease due to viscous force So radius of circular arcs will decrease as position change Correctly shown in option B Paragraph for Question Nos. Certain solids containing fixed positive ions surrounded by free electrons can be treated as neutral plasma. the electrons begin to oscillate about the positive ions with a natural angular frequency ‘p’.  Ne 2     m 0    L 3  Q2 Q 2 2  M 1 T L F So only (C) is dimensionally correct J10411Page # 24 RESONANCE . a time varying electric field needs to be applied that has an angular frequency . they are displaced relatively away from the heavy positive ions. each of mass ‘m’. Taking the electronic charge as ‘e’ and the permitlivity as ‘0’.

40. s. (A) 800 nm (B) 600 nm (C) 300 nm (D) 200 nm Ans. where these quantities are in proper SI units. Estimate the wavelength at which plasma reflection will occur for a metal having the density of electrons 1 N  4 x 1027 m–3.PHYSICS 39. The bubble corresponding to the correct answer is to be darkened in the ORS. The coefficient of friction between the ground and the ring is large enough that rolling always occurs and the coefficient of friction between the stick and the ring is (P/10). The value of P is J10411Page # 25 RESONANCE .2 × 1015 f=  3.6  10 19 )2 10 30  10 11  = 3. The answer to each of the questions is a single-digit integer. Take 0  10–11 and m  10–30. ranging from 0 to 9. For resonance  = P = Ne 2  m 0 4  10 27  (1.14 2 3  10 8 c = = 1  1015 f 2   600 nm SECTION – IV (Total Marks : 28) (Integer Answers Type) This sections contains 7 questions. (B) Sol. The stick applies a force of 2 N on the ring and rolls it without slipping with an acceleration of 0. A boy is pushing a ring of mass 2 kg and radius 0.2  1015 1   × 1015 2 2  3.5 m with a stick as shown in the figure.3 m/s2.

4f ' + 1. (for Hindi) Note : But if only normal reaction applied by the rod is considered to be 2 N.28 = –0.88 10 1. J10411Page # 26 RESONANCE .2 From (i) & (ii) (1.6 ± 0.44  4  (1.44 = 4 f '2 + 1.36  1. Note : In Hindi friction force is aksed.68 P = 1..(ii) F – f' = 2ma = 1..2f ' + 0. Note : If net force applied by the rod is considered to be 2 N..2f ' – 1.6 ± = 0. (2) F = 1.2 + f ')2 + f '2 = 22 2f '2 + 2.61  4  Ans.72 – 2 = 0 f '2 + 1.88 = 0.(i) a R .28 = 0 f' =  1.PHYSICS Sol.68 From eq.64 P = 3.8. so the answer is P = 6.. f '2  F 2  2 FR – f'R = 2mR2 .2  1.28 ) 2 = 0.

PHYSICS  Law   f . A block is moving on an inclined plane making an angle 45° with the horizontal and the coefficient of friction is . mg F1 = mg  2 2 J10411Page # 27 RESONANCE .4 = P 10 P=4  Ans..1.(i) .4 – 0.4 Nx a = R 0.. If we define N = 10 . Note : In Hindi friction force is aksed.5]  =  3 rad/s 5 2 – f = 2 [0. so the answer is P = 8.8 = 2µ   = 0.3 =  [0. then N is Sol.4 – 2 = 2 3   2 5 1..6 = 2µ 0.3] f = 2 – 0. (for Hindi) 41.(ii) c = c  fR – 2R = mR2   f – 2 = mR 1. The force required to just push it up the inclined plane is 3 times the force required to just prevent it from sliding down...6 .

Surface Tension  = force length  2kq2 kq2  2  2 = × 2 a 2 2a   a   1  q2 a = (Some constant)     43. The system of charges and planar film are in equilibrium. Then the value of ‘m’ in kg is nearly. are rigidly fixed at the four corners of a square planar soap film of side ‘a’. each of +q. Sol. Steel wire of length ‘L’ at 40°C is suspended from the ceiling and then a mass ‘m’ is hung from its free end.The surface tension of the soap film is . Young’s modulus of steel is 1011 N/m2 and radius of the wire is 1 mm. Four point charges. The coefficient of linear thermal expansion of the steel is 10–5 /°C. where ‘k’ is a constant. and  q2  a =k       1/ N . Assume that L >> diameter of the wire. Then N is Sol. 3 Ay( ) r 2 y( ) (10 3 )2  1011  10 5  10  = =  3 g g 10 J10411Page # 28 RESONANCE . The wire is cooled down from 40°C to 30°C to regain its original length ‘L’. N = 10 N=5 42. 3    So N=3 Ans. F L =y A L mg  y  (   ) A m= Ans.PHYSICS mg F2 = mg  2 2 F1 = 3F2 1 +  = 3 – 3 4 = 2 = 1 2 Ans.

sin 300 t × 300 RL =  r 2 . Flux through circular ring  = (0 ni) r2 = 0 2 r 0 cos 300 t L d Rdt i= i=  0 r 2  0 . If the magnetic moment of the loop is N 0 0 sin (300 t).1 m is placed inside the tube with its axis coinciding with the axis of the tube.PHYSICS 44.300  0 0 sin 300 t  RL      J10411Page # 29 RESONANCE . A wire-loop of resistance 0. 45.3 m carries a current  along its curved surface as shown. The current varies as  = 0 cos (300 t) where 0is constant. then ‘N’ is Sol. whose mean life is 109 s. The mass (in mg) of the radioactive sample is Sol. The activity of a freshly prepared radioactive sample is 10 disintegrations per second. The mass of an atom of this radioisotope is 10–25 kg. 1 A long circular tube of length 10 m and radius 0. N = N0 e–t dN 9 = 1010 = N0 () e 10 t dt 10 at (t = 0) 1010 = N0 10–9 N0 = 1019 mass of sample = N0 10–25 = N0 (mass of the atom) = 10–6 kgm = 10–6 × 103 gm = 10–3 gm = 1 mg Ans.005 ohm and of radius 0.

5 kg are placed with their centers at the corners of a square of side 4cm.5)  ( 4  2)10  4 = 5  2       5  =   8 × 10–4 5  = 9 × 10–4 = N × 10–4 So.5   5   2  (0. The moment of inertia of the system about the diagonal of the square is Sol.300  0 0 sin 300 t  RL      10  10 4  300 100  10 N=6 Ans. r 2 =   2r 4 . then N is 5 cm and mass 0. Four solid spheres each of diameter N × 10–4 kg-m2. (Take 2 = 10) = 46. J10411Page # 30 RESONANCE .PHYSICS M =  . 2 2 2 2 2  =  MR  2 +  MR  Mx  2 5  5  2 2 2 2 =  MR  2 +  MR  2 + (Mx2) 2 5 5     2 2 = 4  MR  + 2mx2 5  8 MR 2 + 2mx2 5 = 2      8  0. N = 9 Ans.

The value of n 2 x sin x 2 dx is sin x  sin(n6  x 2 ) 2  (A) 1 3 n 4 2 (B) 1 3 n 2 2 (C) n 3 2 (D) 1 3 n 6 2 Ans.... 47. Sol.III SECTION ... Let (x0. (C) (2x)n2 = (3y)n3 n2 n(2x) = n3 n(3y) = n3 (n3 + ny)  also  by (1)  n2 n(2x) = n3 (n3 + ny)  n22 n2x = n23 (n2 + nx)   nxn3   n 2 .. n (2x) = n3 n3    n2   .. Sol.. Each question has four choices (A)... Put (A) x2 =t x dx = dt 2 J10411Page # 31 RESONANCE . (B).. (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct..I (Total Marks : 21) (Single Correct Answer Type) This section contains 7 multiple choice questions.MATHEMATICS PART .. (1) .. Then x0 is (A) 1 6 (B) 1 3 (C) 1 2 (D) 6 Ans. (2) 3nx = 2ny nx n3 = ny n2 n 2  n 3 (n2x) = 0 n2x = 0  x = 2 2  1 2 n 3 48.. y0) be the solution of the following equations (2x)n2 = (3y)n3 3nx = 2ny ..

is given by 3 ˆ (A) ˆ  3ˆ  3k i j Ans.. A vector  in the plane of a and b . (C) (B)  3 ˆ  3ˆ  k i j ˆ ˆ (C) 3ˆ  ˆ  3k i j ˆ (D) ˆ  3ˆ  3k i j Sol. I = n 2  sin t  sin (n6  t) b dt .......       Let a  ˆ  ˆ  k .dt 1 3 n 4 2 I=  49. Let     = a  b  ˆ i j  = (    ) ˆ + (    ) ˆ + (    )k  1 Now ˆ ..MATHEMATICS n 3 sin t . b  ˆ  ˆ  k and c  ˆ  ˆ  k be three vectors.(1) 2 b apply a f ( x )dx =  f (a  b  x)dx a  1 I= 2 n 3 sin(n6  t ) n 2  sin(n6  t)  sin t n 3 dt ..(2) adding (1) and (2) 1 2I = 2 n 2  1. c = 3 1 = (   )  (   )  (   )  3 3 –    =     ˆ j  = (2+ 1) i – ˆ + (2) k  For  ˆ 1...   = 3ˆ  ˆ  3k l j J10411Page # 32 RESONANCE . whose i j ˆ i j ˆ i j ˆ 1  projection on c is .

(D) 2 cos } and Q = { : sin  + cos  = 2 sin } be two sets. b (B) ( x – 1)2 dx = Sol. 3 .MATHEMATICS 50. Then b equals 4 1 3 (A) 3 4 (B) 1 2 (C) (D) 1 4 Ans. P = {: sin  – cos = sin = ( 2 + 1) cos tan =  = n+  2 +1 2 cos } 3 . and x = 0 into two parts R1 (0  x  b) and R2(b  x  1) such that R1 – R2 = 1 . Then (B) Q  P  (D) P = Q Sol. y = 0. n I 8 2 sin } Q = {: sin + cos = cos = ( 2 – 1) sin   1 tan  =  2 –1 = 2 +1 = n+  P=Q  51. Let P = { : sin  – cos  = (A) P  Q and Q – P   (C) P  Q  Ans. n I 8 Let the straight line x = b divide the area enclosed by y = (1 – x)2. R1 =  1 0 ( x – 1)3 3 b = 0 (b – 1)3  1 3 1 also R2 = ( x – 1)2 dx =  R1 – R2 = b ( x – 1)3 3 =– b (b – 1)3 3  2(b – 1)3 1  3 3 1 8  1 2(b – 1)3 1  = 4 3 3 (b – 1)3 = –  b=  1 2 J10411Page # 33 RESONANCE .

.. 3x+2–3 3=0 (B) y – (D) 3x+2+3 3 =0 3y–x+3+2 3 =0 (B) 3y+x–3+2 3 =0 Sol. Let  and  be the roots of x2 – 6x – 2 = 0. If L also A straight line L through the point (3. 6  = =3 2 2 3 x  y  1. If an = n –  n for n  1.MATHEMATICS 52.. then the equation of L is (A) y + (C) Ans. with  >  . Sol... (C) (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4 a10  2a 8 2a 9 x2 – 6x – 2 = 0 having roots and  2 – 6– 2 = 0  10 – 69 – 28 = 0  10 – 28 = 69  similarly  by (i) and (ii) (10 –  10) – 2(8 –  8) = 6 (9 –  9)  a10 – 2a8 = 6a9 10 .. –2) is inclined at an angle 60º to the line intersects the x-axis. m+ m=0 3 = 3 – 3m taking negative sign m+ m= As L cuts x-axis  so L is y + 2 = m= 3 + 3 3 3 – 3m = 0 3 (x –3) J10411Page # 34 RESONANCE . (ii)  Aliter a10 – 2a8 =3 2a9  10  10  2(  8   8 )  10  10  (  8   8 )  9 (    )   9 (   ) = = 2(  9   9 ) 2( 9   9 ) 2(  9   9 ) = 53. Let slope of line L = m m – (– 3 )  1  m(– 3 ) = tan 60º = m 3 3  1  3m = 3 taking positive sign. then the value of is (A) 1 Ans. (i) 8 9 – 2 = 6 .

b ) a – ( c . we obtain correct answer. D) (B)  ˆ  ˆ i j (C) ˆ  ˆ i j (D)  ˆ  k j ˆ Sol.MATHEMATICS SECTION . (C) (B) – N2 (C) – M2 (D) MN Sol. Let M and N be two 3 × 3 non-singular skew-symmetric matrices such that MN = NM. (B). a ) b ] ˆ [(1+2+1) – ( ˆ + ˆ +2 k ) – (1+1+2) ( ˆ +2 ˆ + k ) ] i j j ˆ i ˆ j  [–4 ˆ +4 k ] so our vector in parallel ˆ –ˆ + k j 55.II (Total Marks : 16) (Multiple Correct Answers Type) The section contains 4 multiple choice questions. M2 N2 (MT N)–1 (MN–1)T = M2N2 N–1 (MT)–1 (N–1)T MT – M2 N2 N–1 M–1 N–1 M  – M2 NM–1 N–1 M  – MNN–1 M  (So the question is wrong) –M2 J10411Page # 35 RESONANCE . ˆ The vector(s) which is/are coplanar with vectors ˆ  ˆ  2k and ˆ  2ˆ  k . and perpendicular to the vector i j i j ˆ ˆ  ˆ  k is/are i j ˆ (A) ˆ  k j ˆ Ans. N matrices as even order. (C) and (D) out of which ONE or MORE may be correct. Each question has four choices (A). then M2 N2 (MT N)–1 (MN–1)T is equal to (A) M2 Ans. Data inconsistent A 3 × 3 non-singular matrix cannot be skew-symmetric However considering M. If PT denotes the transpose of P. (A. 54. ˆ a = ˆ+ ˆ+ 2k i j j ˆ i b = ˆ +2 ˆ + k i j ˆ c = ˆ+ ˆ+k    Required vector is  c × ( a × b )       [( c .

f(x) = kx Hence f(x) is continuous & differentiable at x  R & f ’(x) = k (constant) J10411Page # 36 RESONANCE . 0  ( 3 )2   a2 =1 a= 3 b = 1 & focus of hyperbola (±2. 0)  Hence equation of hyperbola x2 y2  =1 3 1 57. C) Sol.MATHEMATICS x2 y2 = 1 be reciprocal to that of the ellipse x2 + 4y2 = 4. If f(x) is differentiable at x = 0. 0) the eccentricity of the hyperbola is 5 3 x2 y2 – =1 3 2 the equation of the hyperbola is x2 – 3y2 = 3 (B. then (A) (B) (C) (D) Ans. Sol.  x. then (A) f(x) is differentiable only in a finite interval containing zero (B) f(x) is continuous  x  R (C) f(x) is constant x  R (D) f(x) is differentiable except at finitely many points Ans. Let the eccentricity of the hyperbola hyperbola passes through a focus of the ellipse. (B. Let f : R  R be a function such that f(x + y) = f(x) + f(y). y  R. D) Eccentricity of ellipse = 1 1 3 = 4 2 1  b2 2 3 = a2  b = a 1 3 focus of ellipse  3 . If the 2 – a b2 56. the equation of the hyperbola is a focus of the hyperbola is (2.

....... Each of these questions has four choice (A)... 58 to 60) a + 8b + 7c = 0 9a + 2b + 3c = 0 a+b+c=0 . (ii) . If  and  are the roots of the quadratic equation ax2 + bx + c = 0.. c).. (A) Let b = 6.MATHEMATICS SECTION ... Based upon one of the paragraphs 3 multiple choice questions and based on the other paragraph 2 multiple choice questions have to be answered. Let  be a solution of x3 – 1 = 0 with m () > 0. 60..... with reference to (E)..  then n0   1 1        n is (A) 6 (B) 7 (C) 6 7 (D)  Ans... lies on the plane 2x + y + z = 1. b. Sol. (B) (Q..III (Total Marks : 15) (Paragraph Type) This section contains 2 paragraphs.... if a = 2 with b and c satisfying (E). 58 to 60 Let a. then the value of 3 1 3 a + b +   c is equal to (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) – 3 (A) – 2 Ans.. with a and c satisfying (E).. If the point P(a.. (i) ..(E) 58.No... b and c be three real numbers satisfying 1 9 7 [a b c] 8 2 7  = [0 0 0]   7 3 7    ... (iii) 1 8 7  = 9 2 3 = 1.. (B).... then the value of 7a + b + c is (A) 0 Ans. (D) (B) 12 (C) 7 (D) 6 59.. (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.(–1) – 8(6) + 7(7) = 0 1 1 1 J10411Page # 37 RESONANCE .. Paragraph for Questions Nos...

.. b. Now 1 ball is drawn at random from U2. c)   7  7  58.. b... P(a.MATHEMATICS Let  a + b = – b=  C= a + 8b = –7 6   & a= 7 7      6  . . However.14 = 3 + 1 + 32 = 3(+2) + 1 = – 2 a       = –14 60.   where  R (a. a=2   b = 12 & c = –14 Now 3 1 3 3 1  b  c = 2  12  3. 61 and 62 Let U1 and U2 be two urns such that U1 contains 3 white and 2 red balls. if tail appears then 2 balls are drawn at random from U1 and put into U2. 1 x2 + 6x – 7 = 0   1 1 6    =     7  n  0  n  0   n n   = 1+ 6 6 +  7 7 2 + . c) lies on the plane 2x + y + z = 1  2 6   = 1 7 7   =1 7  = –7  7a + b +c = 7 + 6 – 7 = 6 59.. and U2 contains only 1 white ball. Sol. The probability of the drawn ball from U2 being white is (A) 13 30 (B*) (B) 23 30 (C) 19 30 (D) 11 30 Ans. If head appears then 1 ball is drawn at random from U1 and put into U2. A fair coin is tossed.  = 1 1 6 7 =7 Paragraph for Question Nos. b=6  now    = –7 a=1 & c=–7 ax2 + bx + c = 0  x = –7 . P(white) = P (H  white) + P(T  white) 2 C 1 3 2 1 1  3C 1 3 C ·2 C 2  ·  1  ·   · 5 2  1  5 2   51 1   2 5 5 2  2  C2 3 C2 C2 3 = J10411Page # 38 RESONANCE . 61.

Given that the drawn ball from U2 is white. The answer to each of the questions is a single-digit integer.MATHEMATICS = 1 8 1 3 1 12        2 10 2 10 30 30  4 1 22   10 2 30 23 30 = = 62. Sol.IV (Total Marks : 28) (Integer Answer Type) This section contains 7 questions. Then  is 2 Ans. Sol. and 2 be the area of the triangle formed by drawing tangents at P 2  1 and at the end points of the latus rectum. 63. Consider the parabola y2 = 8x. ranging from 0 to 9). The boubble corresponding to the correct answer is to be darkened in the ORS. 2  on the parabola. P Head White =   P(Head  white) P( white) 1 3 2 1 4    1   12 2 5 5 2 10 = = = 23 23 23 30 30 SECTION . Let 1 be the area of the triangle formed by the end points of its latus rectum 1  and the point P  .  (2) 2 = 1 2 (by property)  1 2 = 2 J10411Page # 39 RESONANCE . the probability that head appeared on the coin is (A) 17 23 (B) (D) 11 23 (C) 15 23 (D) 12 23 Ans.

If S does not depend on n. Sol. not possible n If k = 2m + 1  n = 7. question seems to have an error.. 1  p  100. let m = 5n. i i 1 Sm For any integer n with 1  n  20. a2.. a3. Let a1.. but in principal. k  n n If k = 2m   = 2m n 1 = 2m . m = 0  Ans. 5n [6  (5n  1)d] 2 S 5n Sm 5[( 6  d)  5nd] = S = n = Sn [( 6  d)  nd] [6  (n  1)d] n 2 d = 6 or d = 0 a2 = 3 + 6 = 9 Now if d = 0 then a2 = 3 else a2 = 9 for single choice more appropriate choice is 9. The positive integer value of n > 3 satisfying the equation 1 1 1   is   2   3  sin   sin   sin   n  n   n  Ans.... 1 –  sin n (n = 7) 1 1 = 3 2 sin sin n n 2 cos 2  sin 1 n n 3 = sin 2  sin sin n n n 4 3 = sin n n sin 4 3 = (–1)k + k . a100 be an arithmetic progression with a1 = 3 and Sp =  a . then a2 is n Ans. (9) Sol.  65. n=7 7 = (2m + 1) n J10411Page # 40 RESONANCE .MATHEMATICS p 64.

then the value of f(2) is Ans. )  [2. (5) Sol. a contradiction (given that f(1) = 2). ) be a differentiable function such that f(1) = 2. x However if considering integral equation as 6 f ( t ) dt  3 xf ( x )  x 3 – 5  we obtain correct answer. then the minimum value of |2z – 6 + 5i| is Ans. Differentiating the integral equation 6f(x) = 3f(x) + 3xf(x) – 3x2 f(x) – put 1 1 f(x) = x x y = f(x) dy 1 – y=x dx x I. in given integral equation  f(1) = 1/3 . (6) 1 Data inconsistent. 5i   |2z – 6 + 5i| = 2 z   3   2  5 =5 2 for minimum = 2 × J10411Page # 41 RESONANCE .F. Let f : [1. Putting x = 1 .MATHEMATICS 66. If z is any complex number satisfying |z – 3 – 2i|  2. If x 6 f ( t ) dt  3 xf ( x )  x 3  for all x  1. = 1 x 1 =x+c x c=1  General solution is y Put  f(x) = x2 + x x = 1. Sol. y = 2 y=x +x 2 f(2) = 4 + 2 = 6 67.

M. 4 . 3 .M.  G. 1.MATHEMATICS 68.a  8 a a a a a  1 1 3    1  a8  a10  8(1)1/ 8 a5 a 4 a 3 1 1 3  4  3  1  a 3  a10 = 8.  sin   sin    = sin–1  tan 1     cos     cos 2  f() = tan  df =1 d tan   J10411Page # 42 RESONANCE . 3 .   d   1  sin    ( f ()) is  Let f() = sin  tan   cos 2   . a8 and a10 where a > 0 is Ans. a–4. 1 1 1 1 1 1/ 8  4  3  3  3  1  a 8  a10 5  1 1 1 1 1 8 10  a a a a a   5 . 3a–3. at a = 1 5 a a a  minimum value of  69. (1) Sol. (8) A. Sol. Then the value of d (tan )     Ans. where – 4 <  < 4 .a . The minimum value of the sum of real numbers a–5.1. 3 .

Name of the Candidate Roll Number I have read all the instructions and shall abide by them. -------------------------------Signature of the Invigilator J10411Page # 43 RESONANCE . -------------------------------Signature of the Candidate I have verified all the information filled in by the Candidate.

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