Index
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previous year's Selection Test conducted by Resonance for its various courses. The answer key to all the papers is given on the last
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papers for this year selection test will be on the same pattern. However, the syllabus of the test paper will be equivalent to the syllabus
of qualifying school/board examination.
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S.No. Contents Target Page No.
1 How to Prepare for the Selection Test (ResoNET) N.A. 2
2 General Instructions in the Examination Hall N.A. 3
3
Paper I : For ClassX appearing/passed students (Moving from ClassX to ClassXI ) For the
students applying for VIKAAS & VIPUL Courses
IITJEE
2011
417
4
Paper II : For ClassXI appearing / passed students (Moving from ClassXI to ClassXII).
For the students applying for VISHWAAS Course
IITJEE
2010
1833
5
Paper III : For ClassXII appearing / passed students (Moving from ClassXII to ClassXIII)
For the students applying for VISHESH & VIJAY Courses
IITJEE
2010
3349
6 Answer Keys of all the papers N.A. 50
7 Sample ORS Answer Sheet For Selection Test (ResoNET) N.A. 51
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HOW TO PREPARE FOR THE SELECTION TEST (ResoNET)
For ClassX appearing / passed students (ClassX to ClassXI Moving) :
1. Study thoroughly the books of Science (Physics & Chemistry) and Maths of Classes
IX & X. (NCERT & respective Board)
2. Refer to the books of NTSE (National Talent Search Examination) to increase the level of
competence.
For ClassXI appearing / passed students (ClassXI to ClassXII Moving):
1. Study thoroughly the books of Physics, Chemistry and Maths of Class XI.
2. Refer to the following books (only ClassXI syllabus) to increase the level of competence:
For Physics : Concepts of Physics by H.C. Verma Vol. I & II
For Chemistry : NCERT Books
For Maths : Higher Algebra By Hall & Knight; Coordinate Geometry By
S.L. Loney ; Plane Trigonometry By S.L. Loney
For ClassXII appearing / passed students (ClassXII to ClassXIII Movi ng):
1. Study thoroughly the books of Physics, Chemistry and Maths of Classes XI & XII.
2. Refer to the following books (ClassXI & ClassXII syllabus) to increase the level of
competence :
For Physics : Concepts of Physics by H.C. Verma VolI & II
For Chemistry : Physical Chemistry By R.K. Gupta, Organic Chemistry By
Morrison & Boyd, Organic Chemistry By I. L. Finar, Inorganic Chemistry By J.D.
Lee, Objective Chemistry By Dr. P. Bahadur
For Maths : Higher Algebra By Hall & Knight; Coordinate Geometry By S.L.
Loney; Plane Trigonometry By S.L. Loney, Differential Calculus By G.N. Berman;
Integral Calculus By Shanti Narayan; Vector Algebra By Shanti Narayan ; MCQ
By A Das Gupta.
Note : For further practice, a set of several Practice Test Papers of Resonance may be
procured from the institute. For this, the details are available on Page No.1.
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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS IN THE EXAMINATION HALL
(=rr r +  =r=r  r)
1. The booklet given in the examination hall will be the Question Paper. An OMR Answer Sheet will
also be provided along with the Question Paper. iiii( i^; lniri iri ^i
i iiriOMR n lniiiii ^i
2. The Question paper may be in various codes like A, B, C D etc. The Question Paper Code will
be printed on the top right corner of the cover page of the booklet.
i l(lii ri n r A, B, C D il, ii lni i(i +
i i  ir iri ^i
3. A candidate has to write his/her answers in the OMR sheet by darkening the appropriate bubble
with the help of HB Pencil as the correct answer(s) of the question attempted. iiiii i rl
^ inOMR n lni riiiHB l ,iiln^i i ^ri i
r 
4. Blank papers, clip boards, log tables, slide rule, calculators mobile or any other electronic gadgets
in any form will not allowed in the examination hall. (iiii^,li ,i ^iiii,i;
,  ,i i;ili;  ili liii iiii( i ^i
iniri ri ^i)
5. Write your Name & Application Form Number in the space provided at the bottom of the
booklet. ( lni i(i i l ^ lnii ir= r= >=r +(i )
6. Before
starting
answering the paper, fill up the required details in the blank space provided in the
answersheet.( ir r ,i lni l ^ lniii  ^ l((ii i
i )
7. Do not forget to mention your paper code and roll number neatly and clearly in the blank space
provided. (i lni l ^ lnii iii (i >i 
iiii )
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING TEST PAPER
( >r = = =rn =r=r  r)
8. There may be two type of questions in the test paper. The one type may be having only one
correct answer and the other the type may be having one or more than correct answer. The
student is advised to read the instuctions in this regard very carefully before attempting the test
paper.( i i i ri n r  i i iriniil(ri ni
r nii i i irini lil(ri n r l(nili i i iri
inir l ir r ; liniil ii i lii ( )
Example / =r;r :
Marks distribution of questions is as follows. i ini i il((il i r 
1 15 2 mark each having only one correct answer (+ + + =;)
16 20 3 marks each having one or more than one correct answer(s).
(+ r + = =r+ + =;)
9. There may or may not be the negative marking. The student is advised to read the instuctions in
this regard very carefully before attempting the test paper.
liii  ~ii ini i i(iiri iinir i ri iil(nili i i iriinir
l ir r ; liniil ii i lii ( 
10. In the questions which have one or more than one correct answers, marks will be given only if all
the correct options are marked by the student. (l i i lil(rir ,
 l(niii i nii inri ^ nril(i i lnlir )
11. Do not spend too much time on a particular question.lil(i i linini 
Name : __________________________ Application Form Number : _______________
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PAPER  I : TARGET IIT  JEE 2011
(For ClassX Appearing / Passed Students)
Course : VIKAAS (A) & VIPUL (B)
Q. No. (=) Type (+r)
Marks
(+)
Q. No. (=) Type (+r)
Marks
(+)
Q.No. 1 to 25 Only one correct (+ + + =;) 2 marks Q.No. 26 to 34
One or more than one correct Answer
(+ r + = =r+ + =;)
4 marks
Q.No. 35 Match The Column (=r +) 6 marks Q.No. 36 to 50 Only one correct (+ + + =;) 2 marks
Q.No. 51 to 54
One or more than one correct Answer
(+ r + = =r+ + =;)
4 marks Q.No. 55 Match The Column (=r +) 6 marks
Q.No. 56 to 60 Only one correct (+ + + =;) 2 marks Q.No. 61 to 64
One or more than one correct Answer
(+ r + = =r+ + =;)
4 marks
Q.No. 65 Match The Column (=r +) 6 marks
PARTI
SECTION  I (=r= I)
Straight Objective Type (==r na +r)
This section contains 25 Single choice questions numbered 01 to 25. Each question has 4 choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
;= =r= = 01 = 25 n+ +n 25 ;+ ; + + 4 + (A), (B), (C) nrr (D) ;, = =
= + =; ;
1. If for a particular day of the year, it happens that the sum of the date and square root of the month gives the
square of the month, then the date is
iii;llniiiiri(^ii^rii(^ri,niniiir
(A) 14
th
February ((i) (B) 16
th
April ()
(C) 16
th
February ((i) (D) 14
th
April ()
2. In the regular hexagon shown in the figure, the value of x is
liiil^iix iir
(A) 30 (B) 45 (C) 60 (D) 90
3. If x
y
= y
x
and x
2
= y, where x and y are distinct positive real numbers, then the value of x + 2y is
lx
y
= y
x
i x
2
= y, ri x nii y l(liii(inl(ir,nix + 2y iir
(A) 3 (B) 8 (C) 10 (D) 12
4. Three times the first of three consecutive odd integers taken in ascending order is three more than twice the
third. Then the third integer is
nil(i>i^niii(nr>)riiini^inii^niiiri,ninii
l(iiir
(A) 15 (B) 9 (C) 11 (D) 5
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5. If the common factor of (ax
2
+ bx + c) and (bx
2
+ ax + c) is (x + 2) then
l(ax
2
+ bx + c) i (bx
2
+ ax + c) iil^ii (x + 2) r,ni
(A) a = b and (nii ) a + b + c = 0 (B) a = c and (nii ) a + b + c = 0
(C) a = b = c (D) b = c and (nii ) a + b + c = 0
6. If a
1
, a
2
, a
3
..... a
n
are i n AP, where a
i
> 0, then the val ue of the expressi on
4 3 3 2 2 1
a a
1
a a
1
a a
1
+
+
+
+
+
+ .......up to n terms is
la
1
, a
2
, a
3
..... a
n
iiniir,ri a
i
> 0, ni
4 3 3 2 2 1
a a
1
a a
1
a a
1
+
+
+
+
+
+ ....... n i
niir
(A)
n 1
a a
n 1
+
(B)
n 1
a a
1 n
+
(C)
n 1
a a
1 n
(D)
n 1
a a
n 1
\

,B=
2
5
3

.

\

, C = (0.4)
2
, D = (1.3)
2
, then (lA=
3
4
3

.

\

, B =
2
5
3

.

\

,C = (0.4)
2
, D =(1.3)
2
,
ni
(A) A > B > C > D (B) D > A > B > C (C) D > B > C > A (D) D > C > A > B
10. In the given figure (l^li )
(A) o =  (B) = 
(C) o = (D) none of these (;i;ri)
11. If x, y, z > 0, xy = 1, yz = 1, zx = 1 and xyz = 1, then
) xyz ( log
1
) xyz ( log
1
) xyz ( log
1
zx yz xy
+ + =
lx, y, z > 0, xy = 1, yz = 1, zx = 1 nii xyz = 1 ri,ni
) xyz ( log
1
) xyz ( log
1
) xyz ( log
1
zx yz xy
+ + =
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4
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12. A water tank has three taps X, Y and Z. X fills four buckets in 24 min, Yfills 8 buckets in 1 hour and Z fills 2
buckets in 20 min. If all the taps are opened together, a full tank is emptied in 2 hours. If a bucket can hold
5 litres of water, then the capacity of the tank is
iiiiniX, Y i Z r X iilii 24 l, Y iilii1 iiiZ iili
i20 linirliiiiri,niiiir;iiiiiirinirlil
iiiiiniri,niiiinir
(A) 120 litres (i) (B) 240 litres (i) (C) 180 litres (i) (D) 60 litres (i)
13. The probability of throwing at least one ace in a single throw of two dice is
iiiiiiii1 iiilnir
(A)
12
1
(B)
3
1
(C)
4
1
(D)
36
11
14. A makes an article for Rs. 120 and sells it to B at a profit of 25%. B sells it to C who sells it for Rs. 198,
making a profit of 10%. Then percentage profit of B is
A (ni120 iniriB i 25% iinir B i(niC i 198 ni
ri10% iiiinirB ilniniir
(A) 25% (B) 20% (C) 16.66% (D) 15%
15. The compound interest at the rate of 10% for 3 years on the principal which in 3 years at the rate of 10% per
annum gives Rs. 300 as simple interst, is
li10% iii3 iii300 r,niii3 ii10% i
>(l,ir
(A) 331 (B) 310 (C) 330 (D) 333
16. Three vessels having volumes in the ratio of 1 : 2 : 3 are full of a mixture of coke and soda. In the first vessel
ratio of coke and soda is 2 : 3, in second 3 : 7 and in third 1 : 4. If the liquid in all the three vessels were mixed
in a bigger container, then the resulting ratio of coke and soda is
niiiliniin1 : 2 : 3 r  coke i soda liirriicoke i soda iin
2 : 3, ii 3 : 7 niini1 : 4 rlniiiiiiiinicoke i soda
iinr
(A) 4 : 11 (B) 5 : 7
(C) 7 : 11 (D) none of these (;i;ri)
17. A takes 5 days more than B to do a certain job and 9 days more than C; A and B together can do the job in
the same time as C. Then A alone can do the job in
iilA, B illinirnii C 9 llinirA i B iil
iiinnr,ln ii C i nir,ni A iii^i
(A) 16 days (l) (B) 10 days (l) (C) 15 days (l) (D) 20 days (l)
18. A boat sails down the river for 10 km and then up the river for 6 km. The speed of the river flow is 1 km/h. What
should be the minimum speed of the boat for the trip to take a maximum of 4 hours ?
ii(ri(ilii 10 km ilri(il(inlii 6 km niriri(ii
1 km/h ri(iniliiilili4 iiri,r
(A) 2 kmph (B) 3 kmph (C) 4 kmph (D) 5 kmph
19. A road that is 7m wide surrounds a circular park whose circumference is 352 m. Then the area of the road is
il7 iiir,(iiiiiirlilli352 ir,niiiir
(A) 2618 m
2
(B) 654.5 m
2
(C) 1308 m
2
(D) 5236 m
2
20. If f(x) =
3
x
, then f(3x) will be equal to (lf(x) =
3
x
ri,ni f(3x) iir)
(A)
3
x 3
(B)
3
x 3
(C) ) x 3 ( 3
3
(D) none of these (;i;ri)
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21. If ....... 6 6 6 + + + , then.
l ....... 6 6 6 + + + , rini
(A) x = 3 (B) x = (C) x = 6 (D) x = 9
22. The points (0, 8/3), (1, 3) and (82, 30) form (l(0, 8/3), (1, 3) i (82, 30) inr)
(A) an isosceles triangle (l,irlii ) (B) a right angled triangle (iiilii)
(C) an equilateral triangle (irlii ) (D) none of these (;i;ri)
23. If A(2, 1), B(8, 1), C(4, 3) and D(6, 6), then the area of the quadrilateral ABDC is
lA(2, 1), B(8, 1), C(4, 3) i D(6, 6), nini ABDC iiiir
(A) 14 units (;i;) (B) 7 units (;i;)
(C) 28 units (;i;) (D) none of these (;i;ri)
24. If x = a sec u + b tan u, y = a tan u + b sec u, then
lx = a sec u + b tan u, y = a tan u + b sec u ri,ni
(A) x + y = a + b (B) x y = a b (C) x
2
+ y
2
= a
2
+ b
2
(D) x
2
y
2
= a
2
b
2
25. I have a sum of Rs 4 in 5 paise and 50 paise coins. The among the following number of coins with me cannot
be (i5 ( 50 lrli 4 rnilliil^niiiri
rinr,r)
(A) 17 (B) 26 (C) 44 (D) 52
SECTION  II
=r= II
Multiple Objective Type
;+ +r
This section contains 9 multiple choice questions numbered 26 to 34. Each question has 4 choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE OPTION is correct.
;= =r= = 26 = 34 n+ +n 9 ;+ ; + + 4 + (A), (B), (C) nrr (D) ;, = = +
r + = =r+ =r =; ;r =+n ;
26. In the given figure (l^li)
(A) o >  (B) >  (C) o <  (D) < 
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27. Let p(x) (x
2
3x + 2) (x
2
7x + a) and q(x) (x
2
8x + 15) (x
2
6x + b) be given polynomials such that
their H.C.F. is (x 2) (x 4). Then
iilp(x) (x
2
3x + 2) (x
2
7x + a) i q(x) (x
2
8x + 15) (x
2
6x + b) irrliH.C.F.
(x 2) (x 4) r,ni
(A) a = 8 (B) b = 4
(C) value of a does not exist (a iil(nirir ) (D) value of b does not exist (b iil(nirir)
28. Which of the following is/are correct :
lrir
(A) 6 2 > 4 6 (B) 7 2 < 4 6 (C) log
0.4
3 < log
4
3 (D) 3 4 7 + = 2 + 3
29. Which of the following are identities for all possible positive acute angles u ?
u riil(niiiiriliiii r`
(A) tan
2
u sin
2
u = tan
2
u sin
2
u (B) cos
4
u + sin
4
u = cos
8
u sin
8
u
(C) 1 + tan u + tan
2
u + tan
3
u = sec
3
u (sin u + cos u) (D)
= u
= u
= u
89
1
0 tan log
30. The shaded region in the diagram represents (where A' represents the complementary set of A)
liiiilnii^linnir(riA' , A ir)
(A) A' B' (B) A' B' (C) A' B (D) B' A
31. If a, b and c are three consecutive positive integers, then
la, b nii c ni>i^niiiir,niliiriiri^i
(A) a 2b + c is always even (a 2b + c riir)
(B) a + b + c is always even (a + b + c riir)
(C) a + 2b + c is always even (a + 2b + c riir)
(D) a + b + c is always odd (a + b + c riil(ir)
32. If x
2
1 is a factor of ax
4
+ bx
3
411x
2
+ dx 8889 = 0, then a is divisible by
lx
2
1, ax
4
+ bx
3
411x
2
+ dx 8889 = 0 i^iir,ni a lliir
(A) 3 (B) 6 (C) 9 (D) 12
33. If
7
3
d
c
b
a
= =
= k, then (l
7
3
d
c
b
a
= =
= k, ni)
(A)
49 d b
9 c a
+ +
+ +
= k (B)
21 d b
9 c a
+ +
+ +
= k (C)
14 d b
6 c a
+
+
= k (D)
7 d b
3 c a
+
+
= k
34. Number of real values of x satisfying log
2
(6 2
x
) = 10
log
(3 x)
is
x iiii log
2
(6 2
x
) = 10
log
(3 x)
innr
(A) one () (B) more than one (li)
(C) more than two (ili) (D) less than 3 (3 )
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SECTION  III
=r= III
Matrix  Match Type
=c=== +r
This section contains 1 questions. Each question contains statements
given in two columns which have to be matched. Statements
(A, B, C, D) in ColumnI have to be matched with statements (p, q, r,
s) in ColumnII. The answers to these questions have to be
appropriately bubbled as illustrated in the following example.
p q r s
p q r s
p q r s
p q r s
A
B
C
D
p q r s
;= =r= = 1 ; + = r +r= = (statements)  ; ; +r == (match) +r ;
+r= (ColumnI) =  n nr (A, B, C, D) +r +r= (ColumnII) =  n nr (p, q, r, s) = ==
+r ; ; r + =r  n =r;r + =r =n r +r +rr ++ rrr ;
35. Note : Give all possible answers
cr : iiil(niil
ColumnI (+r=I ) ColumnII (+r=II )
(A) Number of positive integral values of x for which (p) 4
2x + 12 is divisible by x is
x iiiiiiill2x + 12,
x l(iir
(B) If a, b e N and a
2
b
2
= 11, then a = (q) 6
l a, b e N i a
2
b
2
= 11 r,ni a =
(C) Let S be the sum of first 10 odd natural numbers, (r) 8
then the value of
25
S
is
iil S i 10 l(iilniiii^r,ni
25
S
iir
(D) If one root of the equation 3x
2
9 = k
2
x k is 2, then (s) 4
a value of 4k is
lii3x
2
9 = k
2
x k i2 r,ni
4k iir
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PARTII
SECTION  I (=r= I)
Straight Objective Type
==r na +r
This section contains 15 Single choice questions numbered 36 to 50. Each question has 4 choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
;= =r= = 36 = 50 n+ +n 15 ;+ ; + + 4 + (A), (B), (C) nrr (D) ;, = =
= + =; ;
36. The speed time graph of two cars A and B is shown below. What is
the difference in the total distance travelled by these 2 cars. (i
iA nii B (^(>ilinr;iiii,iii
^;iinri^i )
(A) 11 m (B) 9m (C) 22 m (D) 5 m
37. A goods train completely crosses a 120 m long bridge with uniform speed 'v' in 't' seconds. Then it will
cross 240 m long bridge with uniform speed 2v in. (i^ii120 m l i lni'v' 't'
 iinir ni ;i 240 m l i lni2v i  ^ ^i
(A) t seconds (t ) (B) 2t seconds. (2t )
(C) less than t seconds (t ) (D) more than t seconds. (t ii)
38. As shown in figure a force of 10 N is applied towards right on a block which is moving on a rough horizontal
surface towards left with a speed of 10 m/s. At this instant on the block : (iiilnnr10 m/s ii
iiiiri10 N iiii,liii^iiinir;iii:)
(A) the frictional force acts towards right (iiiiii^^i)
(B) the frictional force acts towards left (iiiiii^^i)
(C) frictional force is zero (iiiiri^i)
(D) direction of friction cannot be determined by the given data.
(l^iiiiiiliiriinr)
39. Where will a body weigh minimum ? ((n iiiri nri ^i)
(A) at a height of 100 m above the earths surface ( (iinr100 m +)
(B) at the earths surface ((iinr)
(C) at a depth of 100 m below the earths surface ((iinr100m i)
(D) 50 m below the earth surface ((iinr50 m i)
40. At moon the weight of things become 1/6
th
of weight of earth . What is the ratio of time period of simple
pendulum at earth to that on the moon. i(n i i((iin i 1/6(i ii^rinir 
i i(i ii( nii inri ^i:
(A) 6 : 1 (B) 6 : 1 (C) 1 : 6 (D) 1 : 6
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41. A small ball is shot into a smooth thin tube bent in the shape as shown. It has two vertical circular
parts. The minimum velocity of the ball it should be shot with so that it comes out from the left side is
(i i^ i li,(i ilii i ir ; li iinir (r n( ^l i^
i iinilrii n irii)
(A) gR 4 (B) gR 8 (C) gR 12 (D) gR 2
42. A rope of length and mass m is connected to a chain of length and mass 3m and hung vertically on a wall
as shown in figure. What is the change in potential energy if the system is inverted and hung from same point
on the wall? ( i;(m iiiliii i;(3m iiirniiliiii(i
+(iiir;rlliii(ii(iilinililn+ilni
l(nri^i`)
(A) 4mg (B) 3mg (C) 2mg (D) mg
43. A girl had designed a clap switch for a science exhibition that enabled her to switch on or off an alarm just
with clapping of hands. While testing her device in a hall she noticed that once the alarm has sounded it
followed with another one due to echo of the clap that the sound reflected by the walls. She recorded the two
soundings of alarm with her taperecorder and found out that the time difference in between them is 0.10
seconds. If the distance of the walls be 16 m, what is the maximum possible speed of the sound (l(ni
iiliniliirinii,ri(iiiinirriiii(r
iiniriiniliniiniliiln(l(iriii(iirinir)iini
r(rii(liiliniriii(lii0.10 iinilinni
rli(iii16 m iirni(lilini(iri^i)
(A) 100 m/s (B) 200 m/s (C) 320 m/s (D) 300 m/s
44. Which of the following diagrams correctly shows the path of a ray of light at the air glass interface ?
l i ilir(i(i ni iili riii liinir ?
(A) (B) (C) (D)
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45. If you want to see your full image then the minimum size of the plane mirror
(^i(iilnliiirnrniniinii)
(A) Should be of your height (ii+i;iri^i)
(B) Should be half of your height (ii+ii;iiiri^i)
(C) Should be twice of your height. (ii+ii;^iri^i)
(D) Depends upon your distance from the mirror. (iiiiliri^i)
46. How much ice at 0C must be added to 100 g water at 30C in order to reduce its temperature to 20C?
(The latent heat of fusion of water is 80 cal/g)
(30C 100 gm ii lni0C i iiil iiinii20C ii`(iii^
i^ n+i80 cal/g r )
(A) 10 g (B) 80 g (C) 400 g (D) None of these (; i ; ri)
47. A copper wire of length 150 cm is heated from 30C to 130C. If its length gets increased by 2.55 mm,
the coefficient of linear expansion of copper is : (150 cm ni nii 30C 130C n^
liinir l;ii; 2.55 mm nir ni ni i ii i^ ii iiri ^i)
(A) 17 10
7
/C (B) 17 10
5
/C (C) 17 10
4
/C (D) 17 10
6
/C
48. In the following nuclear reaction ,
7
N
14
+
2
He
4
1
H
2
+ X , the element X is :
llliniliili.
,
7
N
14
+
2
He
4
1
H
2
+ X  n(Xr
(A)
7
N
16
(B)
8
O
16
(C)
8
O
12
(D)
10
Ne
20
49. Which of the following represent the correct diagram of the magnetic lines of force due to a current
carrying solenoid : (liilil(n niii(ilrnililiiiiiii
irilillnnir)
(A) (B)
(C) (D)
50. Twelve resistances each of resistance R ohm are connected in the circuit
as shown in the figure. The effective resistance between A and B is : (R
lnii(i12 lniililii^liiiinrA ( B
nlniir)
(A) 2RO (B)
3
R 4
O (C)
3
R 2
O (D) RO
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SECTION  II
=r= II
Multiple Objective Type
;+ +r
This section contains 4 multiple choice questions numbered 51 to 54. Each question has 4 choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE OPTION is correct.
;= =r= = 51 = 54 n+ +n 4 ;+ ; + + 4 + (A), (B), (C) nrr (D) ;, = = +
r + = =r+ =r =; ;r =+n ;
51. The minute hand of a wall clock is 14 cm long. In the time interval from 6 PM to 6 : 30 PM, the tip of the
minute hand has
(l(iiiil;14 cm ir6 PM 6 : 30 PM inil;ii)
(A) average velocity = 0.56 m/hr (iin(^= 0.56 m/hr)
(B) average speed = 0.88 m/hr (iini= 0.88 m/hr)
(C) average acceleration = 3.52 m/hr
2
(iin(i= 3.52 m/hr
2
)
(D) travelled distance = 0.44 m (,iini^;i= 0.44 m)
52. Three particles are projected simultaneously with equal speed from the top of a roof . The first
particle is thrown vertically upwards , second particle vertically downwards and third particle is projected
horizontally. n niiiiii in r rii(i i+ii
, i
i(i ii ii niiniiii lnlii iinir 
(A) All the particles will reach the ground at same time. (iiii ir ^ )
(B) All particles will strike the ground with same speed. (iiiii ii ^ )
(C) All particles have the same acceleration during the motion.
(iiii i^ln i i(iiri ^i)
(D) The first and second particle will have the same speed but the third particle will have speed
lesser than other two, when strikes the ground. (iin r ( iii
iri ^in ni iii;i i ri ^i)
53. Two identical metallic spheres are given charges +q and q respectively now :
(iiiil(^iii>i +q nii q i(iliinir :)
(A) Both sphere have equal masses (iiiiir)
(B) The positively charged sphere has a mass smaller than the negatively charged sphere
(iii(lin^iii~iii(linr)
(C) The negatively charged sphere has a mass smaller than the mass of positively charged sphere
(~iii(lin^iiiiii(linr)
(D) The change in their masses depends on the magnitude of q (inq linir)
54. In a square plate of iron with given dimensions in figure a circular region
is cut . Now it is heated . Then which of the following options is/are
correct. (i r i(^i i  (iii iiliini
r ;i ^ liinir ni i i, l(rir )
(A) '
a
' will increase ('
a
' ^i) (B) '
a
' will decrease ('
a
'i ^i)
(C) '
r
' will increase ('
r
' ^i) (D) '
r
' will decrease ('
r
'i ^i)
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SECTION  III
=r= III
Matrix  Match Type
=c=== +r
This section contains 1 questions. Each question contains statements given in two columns which
have to be matched. Statements (A, B, C, D) in ColumnI have to be matched with statements (p, q,
r, s) in ColumnII. The answers to these questions have to be appropriately bubbled as illustrated in
the following example.
;= =r= = 1 ; + = r +r= = (statements)  ;
; +r == (match) +r ; +r= (ColumnI) =  n nr (A,
B, C, D) +r +r= (ColumnII) =  n nr (p, q, r, s) = == +r
; ; r + =r  n =r;r + =r =n r +r +rr ++
rrr ;
p q r s
p q r s
p q r s
p q r s
A
B
C
D
p q r s
55. Match the column (liliil)
ColumnI (+r=I ) ColumnII (+r=II )
(A) The value of g as we move down is an ocean. (p) Increases ( ^i)
(  i ii in g ii)
(B) When light passes from air to water the (q) Decreases (i ^i)
angle of refraction
( iir(i ii ^ nir ni (n i i)
(C) If water is heated then temperature of water can (r) Remain constant (lnr ^i)
(liii ^ lii ni rinir liiini)
(D) If the length and radius of a cylindrical (s) All are possible (iililni i(r )
resistor are doubled the resistance of the resistor
l ii lni iii; niiliii ^i
lii ni lni ii lni i
PARTIII
SECTION  I (=r= I)
Straight Objective Type (==r na +r)
This section contains 05 Single choice questions numbered 56 to 60. Each question has 4 choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
;= =r= = 56 = 60 n+ +n 05 ;+ ; + + 4 + (A), (B), (C) nrr (D) ;, = =
= + =; ;
56. Which of the following substance will occupy the smallest volume under normal atmospheric condition.
llliniiiiii(iillilninini^i`
(A) 1g of liquid water at room temperature (ni,(i1g)
(B) 1g of steam at 100 C. (100C niiii1g)
(C) 1g of ice at 0C (0C nii1g)
(D) 1g of Mercury (Hg) at room temperature. (nii(Hg) i1g)
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57. It is a common observation that ice floats over water but sinks in alcohol. This is due to the fact that:
(riiiirl,nrnnirliriinirr;iirinirl)
(A) ice is denser than water but lighter than alcohol.
(,lniliirlirinirir)
(B) Alcohol is lighter than ice but denser than water.
(ir,lnirirllniir)
(C) Ice is denser than alcohol but lighter than water.
(,irlniir,llnirir)
(D) Water is denser than ice but lighter than alcohol.
(,lniir,lirlnirir)
58. John Dalton was the first person to give the idea about atoms as constituent particles of matter. Which of
the following is NOT a postulate of The Daltons Atomic Theory:
iiilnilriiiiiii iliilinlilllinii
iii"iiil,in" lliiiii; ; `
(A) Elements consist of tiny particles called atoms.
(n(,iilirinirrii rinr)
(B) Atoms consist of electrons, protons and neutrons.
(ii,;i,iiniiilirinir)
(C) Atoms of the same elements are identical in all respects
(in(iiiiiiirinr)
(D) Atoms are always conserved during chemical reactions.
(iillil>iiiiii(linrnr
59. In the Modern Periodic Table, calcium (Atomic number = 20) is surrounded by elements with atomic num
bers 12, 19, 21 and 38. Which of the following have physical and chemical properties similar to Calcium.
iili(niii,li(ii>i= 20), ii>i12, 19, 21 nii38 (in(iliirinir
lin(lii,iilnniiiilliiiinr
(A) 12 and (nii) 19 (B) 12 and (nii) 38 (C) 19 and (nii) 21 (D) 19 and (nii) 38
60. Two ores of Zinc, ZnS (Sulphide ore) and ZnCO
3
(carbonate ore), are to be converted to oxide (ZnO) for furthur
purification and there are two choices of processes available namely, ROASTING and CALCINATION. Sug
gest the appropriate combination for the given ores.
li,ZnS (i;) niiZnCO
3
(ii), il,iii;(ZnO)  l(lnn
linrniiri;>lil(, "i" nii"lii" irl^iln
(ln)>iini;`
(A) ZnS : Roasting; ZnCO
3
: Roasting (ZnS : i; ZnCO
3
: i)
(B) ZnS : Calcination; ZnCO
3
: Roasting (ZnS : lni; ZnCO
3
:i)
(C) ZnS : Roasting; ZnCO
3
: Calcination (ZnS : i; ZnCO
3
:lni)
(D) ZnS : Calcination, ZnCO
3
: Calcination (ZnS : lni, ZnCO
3
: lni)
SECTION  II
=r= II
Multiple Objective Type
;+ +r
This section contains 4 multiple choice questions numbered 61 to 64. Each question has 4 choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE OPTION is correct.
;= =r= = 61 = 64 n+ +n 7 ;+ ; + + 4 + (A), (B), (C) nrr (D) ;, = = +
r + = =r+ =r =; ;r =+n ;
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61. Following balanced chemical reaction shows the combustion of Carbon in the presence of Oxygen producing
Carbon monoxide (CO) and Carbon dioxide (CO
2
) : 3C + 2O
2
2CO + CO
2
It is given that 36 g of Carbon burns completely with a certain mass of Oxygen. Then choose the correct
option(s) about the yield and consumption in the above process.
[Gram atomic masses: Carbon(C)12 g; Oxygen(O)16 g]
lllinnlniilii,iillilniriiiii;(CO) nii
ii;ii;(CO
2
) ilinnir 3C + 2O
2
2CO + CO
2
li^irlii36 g, iillniiiinrliinirnin>
inliiril(i(il(iiil`
[^iiii,i(C)12 g; ii (O)16 g]
(A) Amount of CO produced = 56 g (CO liii= 56 g)
(B) Amount of CO
2
produced = 44 g (CO
2
liii= 44 g)
(C) Amount of O
2
consumed = 64 g (ni^iO
2
liii= 64 g)
(D) Total amount of CO + CO
2
produced = 100 g (CO + CO
2
liii= 100 g)
62. Alkanes are saturated Hydrocarbons with the general formula C
n
H
2n+2
.For Propane n = 3, and for Butane
n = 4. Choose the correct statements about them.
nnri;iirliiiiC
n
H
2n+2
riln = 3, niiln = 4 ;l
riiii(il
(A) Propane and Butane are Homologs of each other.
(iniiin(Homologs) r)
(B) Only two carbon atoms of the propane molecule have the same number of Hatoms attached to
them. (i(iiiir,liiHiiilnrinr)
(C) There are three possible carbonskeletons for Butane.
(l,iilniiil(niiiinir)
(D) Molar masses of Butane and Propane differ by 12 g.
(niiiii12 g inrinir)
63. A particular reactive metal (M) forms sulphate with formula MSO
4
. It also reacts with Oxygen (O
2
), Chlorine
(Cl
2
), Phosphoric acid (H
3
PO
4
) and nitric acid (HNO
3
) to form oxide, chloride, phosphate and nitrate respec
tively. Then the correct formula would be given by:
llnl>iiiiin(M), MSO
4
iiiiliinirriin,ii(O
2
), ii(Cl
2
),
iil(H
3
PO
4
) niii;i (HNO
3
) iiiil>inirnii>iii;,ii;,i
niii;inirn;il^iriiiri^
(A) Chloride (ii;) : MCl
2
(B) Oxide (ii;) : M
2
O
3
(C) Phosphate (i) : M
3
(PO
4
)
2
(D) Nitrate (i;) : M(NO
3
)
2
64. Calcium Carbonate CaCO
3
is a white coloured compound of metal Calcium. Which of the following state
ments about CaCO
3
is/are true: liii(CaCO
3
), liiini,^iil^r
llliniiii,iiCaCO
3
ir
(A) It can be prepared by passing sufficient CO
2
to lime water.
(rii(lime water) inCO
2
(ilrniiinir)
(B) Calcium and Carbon atoms are bonded through covalent bond.
(liniiiii,rii,iilinr)
(C) Ca
+2
and CO
3
2
are bonded through ionic bond. (Ca
+2
niiCO
3
2
ililinr)
(D) C atom and O atoms are bonded through covalent bond.
(C iiniiO iiriilinr)
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SECTION  III
=r= III
Matrix  Match Type
=c=== +r
This section contains 1 questions. Each question contains statements
given in two columns which have to be matched. Statements
(A, B, C, D) in ColumnI have to be matched with statements (p, q, r,
s) in ColumnII. The answers to these questions have to be
appropriately bubbled as illustrated in the following example.
p q r s
p q r s
p q r s
p q r s
A
B
C
D
p q r s
;= =r= = 1 ; + = r +r= = (statements)  ; ; +r == (match) +r ;
+r= (ColumnI) =  n nr (A, B, C, D) +r +r= (ColumnII) =  n nr (p, q, r, s) = ==
+r ; ; r + =r  n =r;r + =r =n r +r +rr ++ rrr ;
Match the following
ColumnI (+r=I ) ColumnII (+r=II )
65. (A) Bauxite (ii;) (p) CaCO
3
(B) Cinnabar (ii) (q) Al
2
O
3
.2H
2
O
(C) Haematite (ri;) (r) HgS
(D) Limestone (i;i(ii)) (s) Fe
2
O
3
Paper Ends
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PAPER  II : TARGET IIT  JEE 2010
(For ClassXI Appearing Students)
Course : VISHWAAS (F)
Q. No. (=) Type (+r) Marks (+) Q. No. (=) Type (+r) Marks (+)
Q.No. 1 to 17 Only one correct (+ + + =;) 2 marks
Q.No. 18 to 24
One or more than one correct Answer
(+ r + = =r+ + =;)
4 marks
Q.No. 26 to 42 Only one correct (+ + + =;) 2 marks
Q.No. 43 to 49
One or more than one correct Answer
(+ r + = =r+ + =;)
4 marks
Q.No. 51 to 67 Only one correct (+ + + =;) 2 marks
Q.No. 68 to 74 Only one correct (+ + + =;) 4 marks
Q.No. 75
Match The Column
(=r +)
6 marks
6 marks
Match The Column
(=r +)
Q.No. 25
Q.No. 50
Match The Column
(=r +)
6 marks
PARTI
SECTION  I
=r= I
Straight Objective Type
==r na +r
This section contains 17 Single choice questions numbered 1 to 17. Each question has 4 choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
;= =r= = 1 = 17 n+ +n 17 ;+ ; + + 4 + (A), (B), (C) nrr (D) ;, = = =
+ =; ;
1. A ball is shot in a long hall having a roof at a height of 10
m with
25 m/s at an angle of 37 with the floor. The ball lands on the
floor at a distance of ......... from the point of projection.
(Assume elastic collision if any) 10
m +i;(i
ri^i25 m/s (^iln37 iii^i
il^............. iiii^i(li;
riniiiiii)
37
10m
(A) 40 m (B) 60 m (C) 45/4 m (D) 20 m
2. In the figure the variation of components of acceleration of a particle of mass 1 kg is shown w.r.t. time.
The initial velocity of the particle is ) j
4 i
3 ( u + =
4 i
3 ( u + =
m/s r liii,iii
t = 0 t = 4 ni li^ii r :)
(A) 22.5 J (B) 10 J (C) 0 (D) None of these (; i ; ri )
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3. A liquid soap film in shape of a plane loop has an initial area 0.05 m
2
. If its area is slowly doubled then
the increase in its surface potential energy from its initial value will be (Surface tension of liquid = 0.2
N/m). ( ((i )iln iiln r i ilii i0.05 m
2
r ;
i ii ii ii ^ iliinir ni iililn+i  ilii (l,ri ^i( (i
ni( = 0.2 N/m).
(A) 5 10
2
J (B) 2 10
2
J (C) 3 10
2
J (D) None of these (; i ; ri)
4. A boat is moving towards east with velocity 4 m/s with respect to still water and river is flowing towards north
with velocity 2 m/s and the wind is blowing towards north with velocity 6 m/s. The direction of the flag blown
over by the wind hoisted on the boat is: (i(iiniiii4 m/s (^(ii^lnir
i2 m/s (^iiirrirniir(i6 m/s (^iiirriri(rii^i
nilliir(i,iir^i)
(A) northwest (il) (B) southeast (lii()
(C) tan
1
2
1
with east ((iitan
1
2
1
) (D) north (i)
5. A uniform solid sphere of relative density 5 is released in water filled in a long vertical tube. Its terminal
velocity acheived is V. If another uniform solid sphere of same material but double the radius is released
in the same water then the terminal velocity achieved will be. (ii^iiliilii(
5 r ;i ii  liinir ;iii i+(i i  ii^ir ; ,ii in
iin( ^ V r l i ^^i iii (rii ( ^ ilii ni iii  
;iiin( ^ri ^i)
(A) V (B) 4V (C) V/4 (D) 2V
6. A stone projected at an angle of 60 from the ground level strikes at an
angle of 30 on the roof of a building of height h. Then the speed of projection
of the stone is : (inr60 iiilnliinir(h
+i;;inin30 iiinirniiiiii
r 
(A) gh 2 (B) gh 6 (C) gh 3 (D)
gh
7. In the figure shown a particle P strikes the inclined smooth plane horizontally and rebounds vertically.
If the angle u is 60, then the coefficient of restitution is : (li lii iiP nn
i ln i(n nir ^i iu ii60 r ni i(ii^ ii (e) ri ^i)
(A)
1
3
(B)
1
3
(C)
1
2
(D) 1
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8. The force acting on a body moving along x axis varies with the position of the particle as shown in the
fig. The body is in stable equilibrium at : (x ili^lnii(niniililn
iiliiil(lnnrinir(nllilniiiii(iir)
(A) x = x
1
(B) x = x
2
(C) both x
1
and x
2
(x
1
ix
2
ii) (D) neither x
1
nor x
2
(nix
1
rix
2
)
9. A stationary observer receives sonic oscillations from two tuning forks, one of which approaches and the
other recedes with same speed. As this takes place the observer hears the beat frequency of 2 Hz. Find the
speed of each tuning fork, if their oscillation frequency is 680 Hz and the velocity of sound in air is 340 m/s.
[ Use g = 10 m/s
2
] (li ii (lii (li innir , ii r i
rir ,( iii irir rri nir i 2 Hz il(i(li nir  
(liiininil,l i ii(ln680 Hz ((i  (li( ^ 340 m/s r )
(A) 1 m/s (B) 2 m/s (C) 0.5 m/s (D) 1.5 m/s
10. An open organ pipe containing air resonates in fundamental mode due to a tuning fork. The measured
values of length l (in cm) of the pipe and radius r (in cm) of the pipe are l = 94 0.1, r = 5 0.05. The
velocity of the sound in air is accurately known. The maximum percentage error in the measurement of
the frequency of that tuning fork by this experiment, will be : ((li,iii ii^ i; l(ii
iln(ii r i;iilni; l (in cm) (lii r (in cm)>i = 94 0.1, r = 5 0.05 r 
r(i (li( ^ilri(iii ninr)r;i^ (liii(li i lin lnin
i lri ^i)
(A) 0.16 (B) 0.64 (C) 1.2 (D) 1.6
11. A particle is moving on x
axis has potential energy U = 2 20x + 5 x
2
Joules along x
axis. The particle is
released at x = 3. The maximum value of '
x
' will be : [ x is in meters and U is in joules ]
ix
i^lnrirlililn+iU = 2 20 x + 5 x
2
(xilirii
x = 3 ii^ir'
x
' iriiiri^i[ x i U r ]
(A) 5 m (B) 3 m (C) 7 m (D) 8 m
12. A particle is subjected to two simple harmonic motions along x and y directions according to,x = 3 sin 100
t
t; y = 4 sin 100 t
t.
(ii i i(n^lni i x nii y i lir , ^ iiinir x = 3 sin 100 t
t; y = 4
sin 100 t
t.)
(A) Motion of particle will be on ellipse traversing it in clockwise direction.
(ii^lnliii(nlii ii (iiiri ^i)
(B) Motion of particle will be on a straight line with slope 4/3.
(ii^ln4/3 (ini(iiiii ii liri ^i)
(C) Motion will be a simple harmonic motion along x
axis with amplitude 5.
(^lnxi li5 ii(iii(n ^lnri ^i)
(D) Phase difference between two motions is t/2.(i i ^lni  int/2 ri ^i)
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13. If specific heat capacity of a substance in solid and liquid state is proportional to temperature of the substance,
then if heat is supplied to the solid initially at 20C (having melting point 0C) at constant rate. Then the
temperature dependence of solid with time will be best represented by (T in K) :
(inii((iilliiiil(li+iiilniiiniiiinirniilii
ii 20C ln+iiii(ii^i0C) niiiiiniil(n
il^i(lin^i(T in K))
(A) (B) (C) (D)
14. Two rods are joined between fixed supports as shown in the figure. Condition for no change in the
lengths of individual rods with the increase of temperature will be :
(i lii ii lirii  ir ln^n i ii; i  ni(l, iii ;
l(n ri ri iin ri ^i
o
1
, o
2
= linear expansion coefficient (o
1
, o
2
= ii i^ ii )
A
1
, A
2
= Area of rods (A
1
, A
2
= i i i)
Y
1
, Y
2
= Young modulus ( Y
1
, Y
2
= ^^ ii ))
o
1 1 1
,A ,Y o
2 2 2
,A ,Y
L
1
L
2
(A)
A
A
1
2
=
2 2
1 1
Y
Y
o
o
(B)
A
A
1
2
=
2 2 2
1 1 1
Y L
Y L
o
o
(C)
A
A
1
2
=
1 1 1
2 2 2
Y L
Y L
o
o
(D)
A
A
1
2
=
1 1
2 2
Y
Y
o
o
15. 5 moles of Nitrogen gas are enclosed in an adiabatic cylindrical vessel. The piston itself is a rigid light
cylindrical container containing 3 moles of Helium gas. There is a heater which gives out a power 100
cal/sec to the nitrogen gas . A power of 30 cal /sec is transferred to Helium through the bottom surface
of the piston. The rate of increment of temperature of the nitrogen gas is assuming that the piston
moves slowly:
He
N2
(,i  iiii i; i ^ 5 i linr lri,
( iiiir l ril^ nii linr ;
riii^ir ir i i; i ^ i 100 i i, .il nir l
l l 30 i i, .ilrili lnri nir i;i ^
nii iri ^i(rilllii ii ^lnnir):
(A) 2 K/sec (B) 4 K/sec (C) 6 K/sec (D) 8 K/sec
16. A circular road of radius R is banked for a speed v = 40 km/hr. A car of mass m attempts to go on the circular
road, the friction coefficient between the tyre & road is negligible :
((iiililiiR r;iiv = 40 km/hr llnli^irm iii(iii
iirir,iiniiiii^ii^r)
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(A) the car cannot make a turn without skidding
(ilil(skidding) rini)
(B) if the car runs at a speed less than 40 km/hr, it will slip up the slope
(li 40 km/hr, iiinirnii+inli^i)
(C) if the car runs at the correct speed of 40 km/hr, the force by the road on the car is equal to
mv
2
/r
(liii 40 km/hr, iinirni,iii^ii^imv
2
/r r )
(D) if the car runs at the correct speed of 40 km/hr, the force by the road on the car is greater than mg
as well as greater than mv
2
/r
(liii40 km/hr, iinirni,iii^ii^img niimv
2
/r ii
liri^i)
17. A string of length is fixed at both ends. It is vibrating in its 3
rd
overtone with maximum amplitude a. The
amplitude at a distance
3
iiiri ^i)
(A) a (B) 0 (C)
2
a 3
(D)
2
a
SECTION  II
=r= II
Multiple Objective Type
;+ +r
This section contains 4 multiple choice questions numbered 18 to 24. Each question has 4 choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE OPTION is correct.
;= =r= = 18 = 24 n+ +n 4 ;+ ; + + 4 + (A), (B), (C) nrr (D) ;, = = +
r + = =r+ =r =; ;r =+n ;
18. In the figure shown ADB & BEF are two fixed circular paths. A block of mass m enters in the tube ADB
through point A with minimum velocity to reach point B. From there it moves on another circular path of
radius R
'. There it is just able to complete the circle.
(liADB (BEF ilin(iiiirm iii
iADB A l;nrni(inirnilB
nrrirR
' lii(iiii^lnni
rrrii(i^lninir)
(A) velocity at A must be 4 Rg (lA (^ 4 Rg riiilr)
(B) velocity at A must be 2 Rg (lA (^ 2 Rg riiilr)
(C)
' R
R
=
2
3
(D) the normal reaction at point E is 6 m
g (E llilnl>i6 m
g r)
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19. A particle is describing circular motion in a horizontal plane in contact with the smooth inside surface
of a fixed right circular cone with its axis vertical and vertex down. The height of the plane of motion
above the vertex is h and the semivertical angle of the cone is o. The period of revolution of the particle:
(i,i (iilinri lnn (ni^lnrir ;li(iiii iiii
i inr niii+(i ir i i niiii i ; h (i i, iii i io r ni ii
> i  ^i)
(A) increases as h increases (h ii nir )
(B) decreases as h increases (h iii ^i)
(C) increases as o increases (o ii ^i)
(D) decreases as o increases (o iii ^i)
20. A block of density 2000 kg/m
3
and mass 10 kg is suspended by a spring stiffness 100 N/m. The other end of
the spring is attached to a fixed support. The block is completely submerged in a liquid of density 1000 kg/
m
3
If the block is in equilibrium position.
2000 kg/m
3
i((10 kg iii100 N/m lnil^iiinirl^ii
liiiiiiiniri1000 kg/m
3
(iniirirliii(iir
(A) the elongation of the spring is 1 cm. (l^l(ni1 cm r)
(B) the magnitude of buoyant force acting on the block is 50 N.
(iini(ilii 50 N r)
(C) the spring potential energy is 12.5 J.(l^ililn+i 12.5 J r)
(D) magnitude of spring force on the block is greater than the weight of the block.
(il^iliiiiilir)
21. As shown in the figure, M is a man of mass 60 kg standing on a block
of mass 40 kg kept on ground. The coefficient of friction between the
feet of the man and the block is 0.3 and that between B and the ground
is 0.1. If the person pulls the string with 100 N force, then :
(lii iM 60 kg iiln40 kg i B i ir ir i iiir ln
i niii iii i^ ii0.3 niii (i i0.1 r llnii 100 N iini
r n:)
(A) B will slide on ground (B il ^i)
(B) A and B will move together with acceleration 1 m/s
2
(A nii B i i 1 m/s
2
(i iiii^ln ^ )
(C) the friction force acting between A & B will be 40 N (A niiB iii i40 N ri ^i)
(D) the friction force acting between A & B will be 180 N (A niiB iii i180 N ri ^i)
22. A particle is resting on a smooth horizontal floor . At t = 0 , a
horizontal force starts acting on it. Magnitude of the force increases
with time according to law F = o . t, where o is a constant . For the
figure shown which of the following statements is/are correct ?
il i lni iir ;i ln,
t = 0,i
i iinir ilii iiF = o . t l i
rir ri o lii r ni lii ^ li il i
ir 
(A) Curve
1
shows acceleration against time ((>1  ii(ii li nnir )
(B) Curve 2 shows velocity against time ((>2  ii( ^i li nnir )
(C) Curve 2 shows velocity against acceleration ((>2 (i ii( ^i li nnir )
(D) none of these (i  i ; ri)
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23. A block of mass m is placed on a wedge. The wedge can be accelerated in four manners marked as (1),
(2), (3) and (4) as shown. If the normal reactions in situation (1), (2), (3) and (4) are N
1
, N
2
, N
3
and N
4
respectively and acceleration with which the block slides down on the wedge in situations are b
1
, b
2
, b
3
and b
4
respectively then :
(m ii^ i( (lii ii)iir ii i( i i (lnri nir (1), (2),
(3) ((4)llilni (1), (2), (3) ( (4)  li lnl>i>iN
1
, N
2
, N
3
(N
4
r ( (il ^ i
( ;lilni  lnir ,( >ib
1
, b
2
, b
3
i b
4
r ni :)
(A) N
3
> N
1
> N
2
> N
4
(B) N
4
> N
3
> N
1
> N
2
(C) b
2
> b
3
> b
4
> b
1
(D) b
2
> b
3
> b
1
> b
4
24. If there is no external force acting on a nonrigid body, which of the following quantities must remain constant?
l(ni=ri^nir,niiiiliiliriilr
(A) angular momentum (iii(^) (B) linear momentum (ii(^)
(C) kinetic energy (^lni) (D) moment of inertia ((iii)
SECTION  III
=r= III
Matrix  Match Type
=c=== +r
This section contains 1 questions. Each question contains statements given in two columns which
have to be matched. Statements (A, B, C, D) in ColumnI have to be matched with statements (p, q,
r, s) in ColumnII. The answers to these questions have to be appropriately bubbled as illustrated in
the following example.
;= =r= = 1 ; + = r +r= = (statements)  ;
; +r == (match) +r ; +r= (ColumnI) =  n nr (A,
B, C, D) +r +r= (ColumnII) =  n nr (p, q, r, s) = == +r
; ; r + =r  n =r;r + =r =n r +r +rr ++
rrr ;
p q r s
p q r s
p q r s
p q r s
A
B
C
D
p q r s
25. An ideal gas consists of a large number of identical molecules. Absolute temperature of the gas is T(in kelvin),
molecular weight of gas is M and R is gas constant. Match the statements given in columnI with columnII.
ii ^ l li i ii r ^ iniT ( l(), ^ ii iiM r nii
R ^ lni r niI  l ^ (ni i niII (ni  lnl 
ColumnI (+r=I ) ColumnII (+r=II )
(A) Root mean square speed of molecules is greater than (p)
M
RT
i i i(^ i iiil iiri iilr (rr 
(B) Most probable speed of molecues is smaller than (q)
M
RT
5 . 1
i i i(i li iliiil ri ^i(rr
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(C) Average velocity of a molecule is smaller than (r)
M
RT
2
i i n( ^iil ri ^i(rr
(D) Speed of a molecule may be greater than (s)
M
RT
5 . 2
i iiii(rilil liri nir (rr 
PART  II
SECTION  I
=r= I
Straight Objective Type
==r na +r
This section contains 17 Single choice questions numbered 26 to 42. Each question has 4 choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
;= =r= = 26 = 42 n+ +n 17 ;+ ; + + 4 + (A), (B), (C) nrr (D) ;, = =
= + =; ;
26. 6.02 x 10
20
molecules of urea are present in 100 mL of its solution. The concentration of urea solution is
(N
A
= 6.02 x 10
23
)
li6.02 x 10
20
i;100 mL l(linrlil(iinir(N
A
= 6.02 x 10
23
)
(A) 0.001 M (B) 0.01 M (C) 0.02 M (D) 0.1 M
27. The dipole moment of
Cl
is 1.5 D. The dipole moment of Cl
Cl
Cl
Cl is.
Cl
il,i(iii1.5 D. n Cl
Cl
Cl
Cl il,i(iiir
(A) 0 D (B) 1.5 D (C) 2.86 D (D) 2.25 D
28. 500 mL of NH
3
gas contains 6 x 10
23
molecules at STP. How many molecules are present in 100 mL of CO
2
at STP ?
STP NH
3
^500 mL 6 x 10
23
ilinrSTP CO
2
100 mL lni linr`
(A) 6 x 10
23
(B) 1.5 x 10
23
(C) 1.2 x 10
23
(D) 3 x 10
23
29. If the shortest wavelength of H atom in Lymen series is x, then the longest wavelength in Balmer series of
He
+
is :
lH iiii;iinn^x r, nHe
+
iiiiilinn^r
(A)
5
x 9
(B)
5
x 36
(C)
4
x
(D)
9
x 5
30. Which one of the following indicates the correct order of atomic size ?
liil(iiiiri>iiinir
(A) Be > C > F > Ne (B) Be < C < F < Ne (C) Ne > Be > C > F (D) F < Ne < Be < C
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31. Which of the following shows the highest lattice energy ?
liiil^lini+iiinir`
(A) RbF (B) CsF (C) NaF (D) KF
32. Average velocity of an ideal gas at 27C is 0.3 m/sec. The average velocity of that gas at 927C will be.
27C niii^iin(^0.3 m/sec. 927C nii^iin(^iri^i
(A) 0.6 m/sec (B) 0.3 m/sec (C) 0.9 m/sec (D) 3 m/sec
33. One mole of SO
3
was placed in a litre reaction vessel at a certain temperature. The following equilibrium was
established. 2 SO
3
(g) 2SO
2
(g) + O
2
(g). At equilibrium 0.6 moles of SO
2
were found. The equilibrium
constant (K
C
) of the reaction will be.
llnni,1 iSO
3
^,1 iiiiinir,nliiilnrinir
2SO
3
(g) 2SO
2
(g) + O
2
(g).iSO
2
0.6 ii^;lil>ililni(K
C
) ri^i`
(A) 0.365 (B) 0.45 (C) 0.545 (D) 0.675
34. Among the following hydroxide, the one which has the lowest value of K
SP
at ordinary temperatuure (about
25C) is. (lri;ii;iini(25Cni) iinK
SP
iinir)
(A) Mg(OH)
2
(B) Ca(OH)
2
(C) Ba(OH)
2
(D) Be(OH)
2
35. The difference between heats of reaction at constant pressure and at a constant volume for the reaction,
2C
6
H
6
() + 15O
2
(g)
12 CO
2
(g) + 6H
2
O(), at 300 K in kcal is (R = 2cal/molK)
llil>il300 K nilniniilnini+inkcal r
2C
6
H
6
() + 15O
2
(g)
12 CO
2
(g) + 6H
2
O() ; (R = 2cal/molK)
(A) 0.6 (B) 1.8 (C) 1 (D) 1
36. The oxide that gives H
2
O
2
on treatment with a dilute acid is.
ii;ilniiilil>iiH
2
O
2
nir,(rr
(A) PbO
2
(B) MnO
2
(C) Na
2
O
2
(D) TiO
2
37. In the alumino thermite process, Al acts as
liii;>Al, (rinir
(A) An oxidising agent (iiilii) (B) A flux (^ii)
(C) A reducing agent (ilii) (D) A slag (iini)
38. The IUPAC name of the following compound is
lil^iIUPAC ir
(A) 2Ethylprop2en1ol (2li i 2; 1i )
(B) 2Hydroxymethylbutan1ol (2ri;iili1i)
(C) 2Methylenebutan1ol (2lii1i)
(D) 2Ethyl3hydroxyprop1ene (2li3ri; i ii1;)
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39. A compound with molecular formula C
5
H
11
N has all the five carbon atoms and the nitrogen atom in the ring.
The compound is
il^liiiC
5
H
11
N riiiiiniii;iii(r,il^r
(A) Homocyclic and aromatic (>i(il)
(B) Heterocyclic and aromatic (l(i>i(il)
(C) Homocyclic but not aromatic (>ilnilri)
(D) Heterocyclic but not aromatic (l(i>ilnilri)
40. One among the following pairs of compounds is not isomers ?
lil^iiii((irir`
(A) (CH
3
)
2
CHOC
2
H
5
and (( ) CH
3
(CH
2
)
2
OC
2
H
5
(B) CH
3
CH
2
CO
2
H and (( ) CH
3
CO
2
CH
3
(C) CH
3
COCH
3
and (( ) CH
3
CH
2
OCH
3
(D) CH
3
CH
2
NO
2
and (( ) NH
2
CH
2
COOH
41. During chlorination of methane to methyl chloride, the propagation step is represented by
liliii;iiiiir
(A) ClCl
v h

Cl +

Cl (B)

C H
3
+

Cl
CH
3
Cl
(C) CH
4
+

Cl

C H
3
+ HCl (D)

Cl +

Cl
Cl Cl
42. Of the following alkyl halides, one having the highest bond polarity is
llri;i(iliii(ini(iiil^r
(A) CH
3
F (B) CH
3
I (C) CH
3
Br (D) CH
3
Cl
SECTION  II
=r= II
Multiple Objective Type
;+ +r
This section contains 4 multiple choice questions numbered 43 to 49. Each question has 4 choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE OPTION is correct.
;= =r= = 43 = 49 n+ +n 4 ;+ ; + + 4 + (A), (B), (C) nrr (D) ;, = = +
r + = =r+ =r =; ;r =+n ;
43. Which of the following compounds decompose on heating ?
liil^^l(ilnriinr`
(A) NaHCO
3
(B) Na
2
CO
3
(C) CaCO
3
(D) LiNO
3
44. 2.4 gm of pure Mg is dropped in 100 mL of 1 N HCl. Predict the correct options. (Mg = 24)
1 N HCl 100 mL 2.4 gm i,Mg liiinirril(ii(ll`(Mg = 24)
(A) 1.12 lt of hydrogen gas is produced at STP (STP 1.12 i.ri;i^rinir)
(B) 0.01 mol of magnesium is behind (0.01 iiliiirnir)
(C) 0.1 mol of Mg
2+
are formed in solution (l(0.1 iMg
2+
inr)
(D) [Cl
] lnirnir)
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45. For a gaseous system, the pressure can be increased by
^inil,i(l,linir
(A) Increasing the volume of container but keeping the amount and temperature constant
(iiin(l,,l^iiiiniinilniii)
(B) Increasing the amount of gas at constant temperature and volume
(lnniniiin,^liii(l,)
(C) Decreasing the volume of container but keeping the amount and temperature constant
(iiini,l^liiiniinilniii)
(D) Increasing temperature but keeping amount and volume constant.
(ni(l,l^liiiniiinlniii)
46. In which of the following following molecules C atom assumes sp and sp
2
hybrid states only ?
(liiiC ii(sp niisp
2
ln(iir? )
(A) CH
2
= C = CH
2
(B) CH
2
= CH C CH
(C) CH
3
CH
2
C
CH (D) CH
2
= CHC
N
47. Which of the following relations are not correct
liiiririr
(A) AG = RT lnk (B) [H
3
O
+
] = 10
pH
(C) log
1
p
2 p
K
K
=
R 303 . 2
H A


.

\

2 1
1 2
T T
T T
(D) [H
+
] = 10
7
, for pure water at all temperatures. ([H
+
] = 10
7
,iinii,l)
48. Which of the following systems would be aromatic ?
liil^ilr
(A) (B) (C) (D)
49. The acids stronger than benzoic acid is / are :
lllinii;lir
(A) CH
3
CH
2
COOH (B) (C) (D)
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SECTION  III
=r= III
Matrix  Match Type
=c=== +r
This section contains 1 questions. Each question contains statements given in two columns which
have to be matched. Statements (A, B, C, D) in ColumnI have to be matched with statements (p, q,
r, s) in ColumnII. The answers to these questions have to be appropriately bubbled as illustrated in
the following example.
;= =r= = 1 ; + = r +r= = (statements)  ;
; +r == (match) +r ; +r= (ColumnI) =  n nr (A,
B, C, D) +r +r= (ColumnII) =  n nr (p, q, r, s) = == +r
; ; r + =r  n =r;r + =r =n r +r +rr ++
rrr ;
p q r s
p q r s
p q r s
p q r s
A
B
C
D
p q r s
50. Column I Column II
+r= I +r= II
(A) PCl
5
(g) PCl
3
(g) + Cl
2
(g) (p) K
p
> K
c
at room temperature (K
p
> K
c
ni)
(B) CaCO
3
(s) CaO(s) + CO
2
(g) (q) AS
rxn
< O
(C) 2SO
2
(g) + O
2
(g) 2 SO
3
(g) (r) AS
rxn
> O
(D) 2NO
2
(g) N
2
O
4
(g) (s) K
p
< K
c
at room temperature (K
p
< K
c
ni)
PARTIII
SECTION  I
=r= I
Straight Objective Type
==r na +r
This section contains 17 Single choice questions numbered 51 to 67. Each question has 4 choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
;= =r= = 51 = 67 n+ +n 17 ;+ ; + + 4 + (A), (B), (C) nrr (D) ;, = =
= + =; ;
51. Number of 7 digit numbers in which each digit is smaller than its predecessor is
7 iiiiiil;i^i(iiir,r
(A) 84 (B) 6
9
(C) 60800 (D) 120
52. If y = 2x + 5 is a normal to the parabola y
2
= 4ax, then a is equal to
l(y
2
= 4ax ili y = 2x + 5 r,ni a =
(A)
12
5
(B)
4
5
(C)
12
5
(D)
6
5
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53. If z
1
and z
2
are two complex numbers such that
2 1
2 1
z z 1
z z
= 1, niliirir
(A) z
1
 = 1 (B) z
2
 = 1
(C) z
1
 = 1 or z
2
 = 1 (D) none of these (;i;ri)
54. Both the roots of the equation (x b) (x c) + (x a) (x c) + (x a) (x b) = 0 are
ii(x b) (x c) + (x a) (x c) + (x a) (x b) = 0  r
(A) Imaginary (il) (B) Positive (ii) (C) Negative (~ii) (D) Real ((inl()
55. The equation the pair of straight lines through the point (1, 1) drawn at right angles to the pair of straight lines
3x
2
+ 7xy + 2y
2
= 0 is
ii3x
2
+ 7xy + 2y
2
= 0 iiii(niiil(1, 1) ^nirniiiii90
r,ni;iiiiir
(A) 2x
2
7xy + 3y
2
+ 3x + y 2 = 0 (B) 2x
2
7xy 3y
2
11x + 13y + 6 = 0
(C) 2x
2
+ 7xy 3y
2
11x y + 6 = 0 (D) none of these (;i;ri)
56. If a chord of the parabola y
2
= 8x lie along the line y = 3x 6, then the angle between the tangents at the
extremities of this chord, is
l(y
2
= 8x ii(iiiy = 3x 6 r,ni;i(iliiii^;iiii
iir
(A)
3
t
(B)
4
t
(C)
6
t
(D) none of these (;i;ri)
57. If in a quadrilateral ABCD, cos A cos B + sin A sin B sin C + cos C cos D + sin A sin C sin D = 2, then the
quadrilateral must be
lnABCD , cos A cos B + sin A sin B sin C + cos C cos D + sin A sin C sin D = 2 r,nin
liiri^i
(A) Rhombus but not square (nil(^ri)
(B) Parallelogram but not rectangle (innilinri)
(C) Rectangle (in)
(D) Trapezium (ni)
58. If a circle centred at origin touches the ellipse
1
b
y
a
x
2
2
2
2
= +
(a > b) at the extremity of minor axis the number
of points on the circle whose sum of distances from the focii of ellipse is equal to the length of major axis, is
l(ililr,ii(i
1
b
y
a
x
2
2
2
2
= +
(a > b) iiiliinir,ni(i
linliiiliii(iiiiiiiiii^iiiii;ir,r
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 4 (D) infinite (n)
59. If every element of a third order determinant of value A is multiplied by 5 and divided by 4, then the value of
new determinant is
lA iinni>iili((i 5 ^iinii 4 l(iilnnr,ni;iliii
r
(A) A (B)
4
5
A (C)
64
125
A (D)
16
25
A
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60. If x
2
+ x + 1 is a factor of 2cos
2
u x
3
+ 2x + sin
2
u, then set of all values of u is
l2cos
2
u x
3
+ 2x + sin
2
u i^i(factor) x
2
+ x + 1 r,ni u iiiiir
(A)
)
`
e
t
+ t I x :
2
n (B) { } I e t x : n (C) { } I e t x : n 2 (D)
)
`
e
t
I x :
2
n
61. If a, b, c are in G.P. and a + x, b + x, c + x are in H.P. (where a = b = c), then x =
la, b, c ^iiiirniia + x, b + x, c + x rii (ri a = b = c) r,ni x =
(A) a (B) b (C) c (D) none of these (;i;ri)
62. If a, b, c e R such that a
2
+ b
2
+ c
2
< 2(ab + bc + ca), then
la, b, c e R ;irl a
2
+ b
2
+ c
2
< 2(ab + bc + ca), ni
(A) a, b, c are equal (a, b, c ir)
(B) two of a, b, c is positive and remaining one is negative (a, b, c iiirniiii~iir)
(C) a = b = c
(D) two of a, b, c is negative and remaining oneis positive (a, b, c i~iirniiiiiir)
63. The number of solutions of x
4
2x
2
sin
2
2
x t
+ 1 = 0 is : x
4
2x
2
sin
2
2
x t
+ 1 = 0 riiir
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 0 (D) infinite (n)
64. The three vertices of a triangle are represented by the complex numbers, 0, z
1
and z
2
. If the triangle is
equilateral, then
lilii nii iii l ii 0, z
1
, z
2
li nlin r llii ir ri ,ni
(A) z
1
2
z
2
2
= z
1
z
2
(B) z
2
2
z
1
2
= z
1
z
2
(C) z
1
2
+ z
2
2
= z
1
z
2
(D) z
1
2
+ z
2
2
+ z
1
z
2
= 0
65. If set of all values of x satisfying the inequation
) 1 x ( sec
2 1
log
cos
1
x < 
.

\
 t
3
log
) 1 x ( sec
2 1
is (, ), then the
value of 2 + is
lx iii,iii
) 1 x ( sec
2 1
log
cos
1
x < 
.

\
 t
3
log
) 1 x ( sec
2 1
innr,i(, )
r,ni 2 + iir
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4
66.
3 x
Lim
1 } x {
2 ] x [
=
(A) 0 (B) 1
(C) 3/2 (D) does not exist (l(nirir)
67. If R =
( )
1 n 2
2 7
+
+
and R = [R] + f, where [.] represents gretest integer function, then [R] =
lR =
( )
1 n 2
2 7
+
+
nii R = [R] + f (ri [.] riiiilinnir)r,ni[R] =
(A) f
f
1
(B)
f
2
1 n 2 +
f (C)
f
7
1 n 2 +
f (D)
f
3
1 n 2 +
f
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SECTION  II
=r= II
Multiple Objective Type
;+ +r
This section contains 4 multiple choice questions numbered 68 to 74. Each question has 4 choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE OPTION is correct.
;= =r= = 68 = 74 n+ +n 4 ;+ ; + + 4 + (A), (B), (C) nrr (D) ;, = = +
r + = =r+ =r =; ;r =+n ;
68. If the vertices A(z
1
), B(z
2
), C(z
3
), D(z
4
) of a square ABCD of unit area satisfy the condition Re(z
2
) = 0, then
l;i;ii(i(^ABCD iiiA(z
1
), B(z
2
), C(z
3
), D(z
4
) lni Re(z
2
) = 0 innr,ni
(A) z
1
+ z
3
= 0 (B) z
2
+ z
4
= 0
(C) z
1
+ z
2
+ z
3
+ z
4
= 0 (D) none of these (;i;ri)
69. Two sides of a triangle are the lines (a + b) x + (a b) y 2ab = 0 and
(a b) x + (a + b) y 2ab = 0. If the triangle is isosceles and the third side passes through
point (b a, a b) then the equation of third side can be:
liiiiii(a + b) x + (a b) y 2ab = 0 i(a b) x + (a + b) y 2ab = 0 rlliil,ir
riniiiil(b a, a b)^nir,nniiiiiiir
(A) x + y = 0 (B) x = y + 2 (b a) (C) x b + a = 0 (D) y a + b = 0
70. If f(x) =
x
2  x 
 x 


.

\

+
, then (l f(x) =
x
2  x 
 x 


.

\

+
ri,ni)
(A)
x
Lim f(x) = e
2
(B)
x
Lim f(x) = e
2
(C)
x
Lim f(x) = 0 (D)
0 x
Lim
f(x) = 1
71. If
=
+
n
1 r
) 1 r ( r
=
3
) c n ( ) b n ( ) a n ( + + +
, where a < b < c, then
l
=
+
n
1 r
) 1 r ( r
=
3
) c n ( ) b n ( ) a n ( + + +
, ria < b < c ri,ni
(A) 2b = c (B) a
3
8b
3
+ c
3
= 8abc
(C) c is prime number (c iiir) (D) (a + b)
2
= 0
72. The sides of a right triangle form a G.P. The tangent of the smallest angle is
lii ilii ii i ^ . . ri ,ni i  i iii ir
(A)
5 1
2
+
(B)
5 1
2
(C)
2
5 1 +
(D)
2
5 1
73. For the equation x
2
+ x 6 = 0, the correct statement (s) is (are)
ii x
2
+ x 6 = 0 lir
(A) sum of roots is 0 ( i ii ^i r )
(B) product of real roots is 4 ((inl( i i^ i 4 r )
(C) there are 4 real roots ((inl( i i i 4 r )
(D) there are only 2 real roots ( (i (inl( r )
74. If x & y are real numbers and y/x = x, then '
y
' cannot take the value(s)
l x ( y (inl(ir( y/x = x ri,ni y iiririni
(A) 1 (B) 0 (C) 1 (D) 2
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SECTION  III
=r= III
Matrix  Match Type
=c=== +r
This section contains 1 questions. Each question contains statements given in two columns which
have to be matched. Statements (A, B, C, D) in ColumnI have to be matched with statements (p, q,
r, s) in ColumnII. The answers to these questions have to be appropriately bubbled as illustrated in
the following example.
;= =r= = 1 ; + = r +r= = (statements)  ;
; +r == (match) +r ; +r= (ColumnI) =  n nr (A,
B, C, D) +r +r= (ColumnII) =  n nr (p, q, r, s) = == +r
; ; r + =r  n =r;r + =r =n r +r +rr ++
rrr ;
p q r s
p q r s
p q r s
p q r s
A
B
C
D
p q r s
75. Column I Column II
+r= I +r= II
(A) Radius of circle which passing through the (p) 11
point (6 2 30 , 0) and (6 + 2 30 , 0) and touch
the circle x
2
+ y
2
12x 108 = 0 is
(iiliiil (6 2 30 , 0) nii (6 + 2 30 , 0)
^nirnii(i x
2
+ y
2
12x 108 = 0 iinir,r
(B) Number of three digit different numbers formed by using (q) 12
the digits 1, 1, 1, 6, 6, 8 is
i1, 1, 1, 6, 6, 8 ii^i;^;nii
il(liiiiir
(C) Number of integral values of k for which equation (r) 13
4 sin x + 5 cos x = k have a solution, is
k iiiiiillii
4 sin x + 5 cos x = k r ini r, r
(D) Number of integral values of x satisfying the (s) 19
inequation
) 3 x )( 2 x (
2
e
) 15 x 16 x ( ) 2 x (cos
+
> 0 is
x i i i i i i i i i
) 3 x )( 2 x (
2
e
) 15 x 16 x ( ) 2 x (cos
+
> 0 in nr, r
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PAPER  III : TARGET IITJEE 2010
(For ClassXII Appearing / Passed Students)
Course : VISHESH (D) & VIJAY (R)
Q. No. (=) Type (+r) Marks (+) Q. No. (=) Type (+r) Marks (+)
Q.No. 1 to 17 Only one correct (+ + + =;) 2 marks
Q.No. 18 to 24
One or more than one correct Answer
(+ r + = =r+ + =;)
4 marks
Q.No. 26 to 42 Only one correct (+ + + =;) 2 marks
Q.No. 43 to 49
One or more than one correct Answer
(+ r + = =r+ + =;)
4 marks
Q.No. 51 to 67 Only one correct (+ + + =;) 2 marks
Q.No. 68 to 74 Only one correct (+ + + =;) 4 marks
Q.No. 75
Match The Column
(=r +)
6 marks
6 marks
Match The Column
(=r +)
Q.No. 25
Q.No. 50
Match The Column
(=r +)
6 marks
PART  I
SECTION  I (=r= I)
Straight Objective Type (==r na +r)
This section contains 17 Single choice questions numbered 1 to 17. Each question has 4 choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
;= =r= = 1 = 17 n+ +n 17 ;+ ; + + 4 + (A), (B), (C) nrr (D) ;, = = =
+ =; ;
1. If
0 x
lim
x
x sin
= and
(
x
x tan
lim
0 x
= m, where [.] represents greatest integer function, then the value
of + m is
(l
0 x
lim
x
x sin
= nii
(
x
x tan
lim
0 x
= m ri , ri [.] ri ii i li n ni r , ni
+ m iir)
(A) 0 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) does not exist (l(nirir)
2. Set of all values of x satisfying the inequation log
2
x
2
log
2
(x 1)
2
> 2 is
(lilog
2
x
2
log
2
(x 1)
2
> 2 in(ix iiiiir)
(A) (, 1) (2, ) (B)
( ) 2 , 1 1 ,
3
1

.

\

(C) ( ) 2 , 1 1 ,
3
2

.

\

(D) (1, 2)
3. If A and B are two nonnull events, where P(A) < 1 and P(B) < 1, then
(lA nii B ilii (nonnull events), riP(A) < 1 ( P(B) < 1 r,ni)
(A) A and B must be mutually exclusive (A nii B (iiiri^i)
(B) A and B must be dependent (A nii B ilniiri^i)
(C) A and B must be independent (A nii B (niiiri^i)
(D) ) B / A ( P ) B / A ( P + must be equal to 1 ( ) B / A ( P ) B / A ( P + ,1 iri^i)
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4. The complex numbers sin x + i cos 2x and cos x i sin 2x are conjugate to each other if
(lisin x + i cos 2x nii cos x i sin 2x iir,l)
(A) x = nt (B) x = nt +
2
t
(C) x = 0 (D) no value of x (x ii;iri)
5. The points (3, 2), (5, 3), (3 + 2t, 2 + t) and (3 + 2t
2
, 2 + t
2
) are
(l(3, 2), (5, 3), (3 + 2t, 2 + t) nii (3 + 2t
2
, 2 + t
2
) r)
(A) vertices of a parallelogram (inniiii)
(B) vertices of a triangle (liiiii)
(C) vertices of a square ((^iii)
(D) none of these (;i;ri)
6. Let P be a points on the axis of the parabola y
2
= 4ax, such that every chord passing through P subtand
a right angle at the vertex then the point P is (iil(y
2
= 4ax iil P ;irl
P ^(iii(iiiiiinlnnir,nil P r)
(A) (a, 0) (B) (2a, 0) (C) (3a, 0) (D) (4a, 0)
7. Eccentricity of the hyperbola 7x
2
5y
2
28x + 30y 15 = 0 is
(ln(7x
2
5y
2
28x + 30y 15 = 0 i>nir)
(A) 2
7
3
(B) 2
5
3
(C)
7
12
(D)
5
12
8. If A and B are two matrices such that AB = B and BA = A, then (A + B)
2
=
(lA nii B iir;irl AB = B nii BA = A, ni (A + B)
2
=)
(A) 2B (B) A + B
(C) 2A + 2B (D) none of these (;i;ri)
9. If x
2
+ px + 1 is a factor of ax
3
+ bx
2
+ cx + d, then
(lax
3
+ bx
2
+ cx + d i^ii x
2
+ px + 1 r,ni)
(A) a
2
= bd ac (B) a
2
= d
2
+ bd + ac (C) a
2
= d
2
bd + ac (D) a
2
+ d
2
+ bd + dc = 0
10. If a, b, c are in H.P., then
ma
a
,
mb
b
,
mc
c
are in
(la, b, c riir,ni
ma
a
,
mb
b
,
mc
c
ri^)
(A) A.P. (ini) (B) G.P. (^iiii)
(C) H.P. (rii) (D) none of these (;i;ri)
11. If R =
( )
1 n 2
2 7
+
+
and R = [R] + f, 0 s f < 1, then [R] =
(where [.] denotes greatest integer function)
lR =
( )
1 n 2
2 7
+
+
nii R = [R] + f, 0 s f < 1 r,ni [R] =
(ri [ .] ri  i i i l i n ni r )
(A)
f
1
f (B)
f
2
1 n+
f (C)
f
7
1 n 2 +
f (D)
f
3
1 n 2 +
f
12. Sum of divisors of 2
5
.3
4
.5
2
is (2
5
.3
4
.5
2
iiiii^r)
(A) 90 (B) 63 121 (C) 11 21 31 (D) 31 63 121
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13.
}
t
= +
0
3
dx ) 3 x 2 ( cos
(A) 0 (B) sin 3 (C) cos 3 (D) 3 cos
2
3 sin 3
14. If x < 0, then sin
1
x = (lx < 0 ri,ni sin
1
x =)
(A) cos
1
2
x 1
(B) t cos
1
2
x 1
(C) cos
1
2
x 1
(D)
2
t
+ cos
1
2
x 1
15. Angle between two curves x
3
3x
2
y + 2 = 0 and 3xy
2
y
3
= 2 is
(i(>ix
3
3x
2
y + 2 = 0 nii 3xy
2
y
3
= 2 iir)
(A) 0 (B) 30 (C) 45 (D) 60
16. I f a square whose si des are paral l el t o the coordi nat e axes i s i nscri bed i n t he ci rcl e
x
2
+ y
2
2x + 4y + 3 = 0, then one vertex of the square is (l(^liiiliiiiin
rnii(ix
2
+ y
2
2x + 4y + 3 = 0 ii,(inscribed) r,ni(^iiiir)
(A) (0, 3) (B) (1
2
, 2) (C) (1, 2 +
2
) (D) (2, 1)
17. If sin o =
5
3
, then value of expression
o o
o
cos sin
tan
may be
(lsin o =
5
3
ri ,ni
o o
o
cos sin
tan
iiri nir )
(A) 15/4 (B) 4/15 (C) 15/28 (D) 15/28
SECTION  II (=r= II)
Multiple Objective Type (;+ +r)
This section contains 7 multiple choice questions numbered 18 to 24. Each question has 4 choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE OPTION is correct.
;= =r= = 18 = 24 n+ +n 7 ;+ ; + + 4 + (A), (B), (C) nrr (D) ;, = = +
r + = =r+ =r =; ;r =+n ;
18. If f(x) = x
2
+ 5x + 9, then which of the following is correct ?
(lf(x) = x
2
+ 5x + 9 r,nillliniirir)
(A) f(x) > 3, for all x e R (iix e Rlf(x) > 3)
(B) f(x) < 3 for all x e (3, 2) (iix e (3, 2) l f(x) < 3 )
(C) f(x) < 1 for all x e R (iix e R l f(x) < 1)
(D) f(x) > 2, for all x e R (iix e R lf(x) > 2)
19. If A and B are square matrices of order 3, then (l A i B, 3 > i (^ i rri ,ni )
(A) AB = 0 
A
 = 0 or (i) B = 0
(B) AB = 0 
A
 = 0 and (nii) B = 0
(C) Adj (AB) = Adj A adj B where A and B commute
(Adj (AB) = Adj A adj B ri A nii B >l(l(commute)r)
(D) (A + B)
1
= A
1
+ B
1
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20. If A =
(
(
(
1 2 2
2 1 2
2 2 1
, then (l A =
(
(
(
1 2 2
2 1 2
2 2 1
ri ,ni )
(A) A
1
=
5
1
(A 4I
3
) (B) A
2
4A 5I
3
= 0
(C) A
2
is invertible (A
2
>iir ) (D) A
3
is non invertible (A
3
>iir )
21. Number of solutions of the equation x 1 + x 3 = x k is
(iix 1 + x 3 = x k riiir)
(A) 1 if (l) k = 1 (B) 2 if (l) k =
2
1
(C) 0 if (l) k = 2 (D) 0 if (l) k = 3
22. Value of
) x (sin d
d
1
) e (
x sin
1
is (
) x (sin d
d
1
) e (
x sin
1
iir)
(A)
x sin
1
e
(B)
2
x sin
x 1
e
1
(C)
x sin
1
e
sin
1
x (D)
2
1 x sin
x 1
x sin e
1
=
10
0 i
i
a
equals
(l (1 x + 2x
2
)
5
= a
0
+ a
1
x + a
2
x
2
+ ....... + a
10
x
10
r,ni
=
10
0 i
i
a
= )
(B) Number of triangles that can be drawn through 5 (q)
4
C
2
+ 2
given points on a circle
((il^5 liiii(iliiii
ir)
(C) Numerical value of radius of the circle circumscribed about (r) 32
a square of area 200 sq. units is
(ii200 (^;i;(^il,(i(nilii
iiir)
(D) If log
2
(a + b) + log
2
(c + d) > 4 then minimum value (s) 3
5
of the expression a + b + c + d is
(llog
2
(a + b) + log
2
(c + d) > 4 r,nia + b + c + d
inir)
PART  II
SECTION  I (=r= I)
Straight Objective Type (==r na +r)
This section contains 17 multiple choice questions numbered 26 to 42. Each question has 4 choices (A),
(B), (C) and (D), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
;i 26 42 n17 +n ;+ r4 l((A), (B), (C) nii (D) r, l
l+ =;r
26. The value of net magnetic flux through a closed surface
}
dA B =
li l^ n i
}
dA B
iiri ^i
(A)
0
I (B)
0
r
I (C) Zero (i ) (D) Infinite (n)
27. Electric potential at point A and B are respectively V
A
= 100, V
B
= 200 then
}
B
A
ds E =
l A i B l(n nl(i(>iV
A
= 100, V
B
= 200 ri ni
}
B
A
ds E iiri ^i
(A) 100 (B)
100 (C) zero (i ) (D) 300
28. Which of the following quantities cannot be negative. : l i iilii ~iiugh gks ldrhA
(A) coefficient of thermal expansion (+i i^ ii )
(B) molar specific heat of a gas (^ ii l(li+i)
(C) total energy of a system (lii +i )
(D) temperature of a body in kelvin ((n ini l( )
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29. Which of the following diagram for electric line of force is incorrect.
l i li l(n n ii ririr 
(A)
+ +
(B)
+
(C)
+
metallic solid body
empty space
in the body
iil(i(n
(n  lnii
(D)
+ +
+ +
30. In front of a plane mirror a calender is hanging. While looking in the mirror the number 24 will appear as
n i i ir ir i i 24 l ili ^i
(A) 42 (B) (C) (D) 2
31. Two nails of same length are to be driven in the wall by two persons. Person A hits the nail ten times
with same average force and the duration of contact of hammer with the nail is 0.01 sec. each time.
Person B drives the nail in single shot taking time 0.01 sec and his force is ten times the force of
person A. Then which of the following is correct. : ilni,iiii;iiiiii(iii
iniriii(iiillA, iiiiinriinir(i
iiriii0.01 sec ririii(iiillB iirii
irii0.01 sec nirii
lA i^irniiir
(A) Power of A is equal to power of B (A iilB iilir)
(B) Power of B is ten times the power of A (B iilA iili10 ^ir)
(C) Power of B is hundred times the power of A (B iilA iil100 ^ir)
F
(D) Power of A is ten times the power of B (A iilB iil10 ^ir)
32. String, pulley and spring balance are light and the system in two cases shown are in equilibrium. Then
which of the following statement/s is/are correct corresponding to the two diagrams shown :
i,iiiinirrililii;^;iililnii(iirnliii^lilni
ii,iir
(A) In first case reading of spring balance will be
double the weight of the man
iliiini(spring balance)iii,
ii^iri^i
(B) In second case reading of spring balance
will be equal to the weight of the man.
Case 1
Case 2
spring
balance
spring
balance
liiiniiii,iiiri^i
(C) In both cases reading of spring balance will be same
iiiiniiiiiri^i
(D) In first case reading of spring balance
will be same as the weight of the man
iliiiniiii,iiiri^i
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33. The reading of ammeter is : (iii i r )
(A) 1 A (B)
7
5
A (C)
46
45
A (D) None of these (; i ; ri)
34. In a resonance column tube experiment first length of air column is 15 cm and second consecutive length is
43 cm for which sound of high intensity is heard. The third consecutive length of air column for which
maximum intensity of sound is heard, will be
ii l^ ii i(i niii; 15 cm r i >i^nl,niiii; 43 cm r l
,iini( nii(li iinir (lini( nilinri l,(i niinnii; ri ^i
(A) 72 cm (B) 75 cm (C) 71 cm (D) None of these (; i ; ri)
35. A light string is pulled from two sides with force 100 N each. Then the tension at the middle point of the string
will be :
(rii ii i i n 100 N iiii iinir ni l ni(ri ^i)
100N 100N
(A) 0 N (B) 100 N (C) 200 N (D) 50 N
36. A particle is projected with speed 5 m/s in xy plane. y axis is along vertical direction. The graph of y
coordinate versus time in given. Then the horizontal component of velocity of projectile is :
ii xy n 5 m/s ii i lnliinir yi+( lii r yl ii i 
^ ili li^ir n i ( ^ii lniri ^i
(A) 2 m/s (B)
2
5
m/s
(C) 1 m/s (D) None of these (; i ; ri)
t
y
45
37. Photons of energy 10 eV are incident on cathode. Electrons reaching the collector plate have maximum
kinetic energy of 10 eV. From the given data in diagram we can say :
10 eV +iiiiiilnnrinr^ir
r(i;iiilin^ln+i10 eV r
li l ^ i rrn r l
(A) Work function = 2
eV stopping potential = 2
V
(i = 2
eV liil(i(= 2
V)
(B) Work function = 8
eV stopping potential = 2
V
(i = 8
eV liil(i(= 2
V)
(C) Work function = 2
eV stopping potential = 8
V
e
collector plate
maximum energetic electron
having energy E =10eV
max
V=2V
photon having
energy E=10eV
ii +i E=10eV
^ ir
lini ln; i
i+i E =10eV
max
(i = 2
eV liil(i(= 8
V)
(D) Work function = 2
eV stopping potential = 10
V
(i = 2
eV liil(i(= 10
V)
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38. For each of the experiments (1, 2, 3, 4) shown, in what direction does current flow through the resistor ? Note
that the wires are not always wrapped around the plastic tube in the same way :
li li n i ^(1, 2, 3, 4) l lni i (ilrniiiiliiiri ^irii lil
li ii i nii lir irir 
S
P Q
(1) S to be closed
(1) S i
S
P Q
(2) S to be Opened
(2) S iii
P Q
(3) Coil moves to right
(3) iiii^ln
P Q
(4) Coil moves to left
(4) iiii^ln
(1) (2) (3) (4)
(A) Q to P P to Q Q to P P to Q
(B) Q to P P to Q P to Q Q to P
(C) Q to P Q to P Q to P Q to P
(D) Q to P Q to P P to Q P to Q
39. An airplane is flying due east. The Earth's magnetic field has a downward vertical component and a horizontal
component due north. Which point on the plane's exterior accumulates positive charge due to the motional
emf ? r(i; ri ( ii rir (i ii ii+(i iii ii niii ln
iiii r ^lnl(n n(ir iiriiirinr ll ii( iiri ^i
(A) the nose (the point farthest east) [^ ii^( ( ii )]
(B) the tail ( the point farthest west) [lnii^( lii )]
(C) the tip of the left wing (the point farthest north) [i i il i i i ( iii )]
(D) the tip of the right wing (the point farthest south) [i i il i i i ( liiii )]
40. Parallel rays are falling on a convex lens of focal length f as shown in figure. Then the distance between the
two incident parallel rays which will have angle of deviation 1 each after passing through lens will be
lii if i i(i i inli ilnnri rir ni lrii ilnnlii 
ininil l l(i iii( ^ in )1 ri 
f
(A) f (B)
180
f t
(C)
90
f t
(D) None of these (; i ; ri)
41. Four stars in the sky are observed and it is found that they have different colours
iii ini i in r i riilili ^ r 
Star (nii) A Reddish (i)
Star (nii) B Yellowish (ii)
Star (nii) C Bluish (ii)
Star (nii) D White ( )
Which of the above stars is hottest star. (i  i inii li^ niiri ^i)
(A) Star A (B) Star B (C) Star C (D) Star D
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42. Chinky chimpanzee and Minky chimpanzee are enjoying a
journey on the two pans of an atwood machine as shown in
the photograph taken by Prabhu Bawla of AAJ TAK fame at
t = 0. After some time when the two chimpanzees are at the
same horizontal level, Chinky passes some bananas to Minky
so that the acceleration of Chinky becomes 4.5 m/s
2
downwards. Then the mass of the bananas passed, is :
Chinky
Minky
m = 30kg
a=5 m/s
2
The photograph taken by Prabhu Bawla
from AAJ TAK (sab se tej) at t = 0
in i i i(i,iit = 0 l^ li
liililiiliiniliiir
riniiliiriilnniinrli
lii nir l lii(i4.5 m/s
2
i i
i ri inir nl ^ i i iri ^i
(A) 1 kg (B) 3 kg
(C) 4 kg (D) 6 kg
SECTION  II
(=r= II)
One or More Than One Type
(+ r + = =r+ =n)
This section contains 7 multiple choice questions numbered 43 to 49. Each question has 4 choices (A),
(B), (C) and (D), out of which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE OPTION is correct.
;= =r= = 43 = 49 n+ 7 ;+ ; + + 4 + (A), (B), (C) nrr (D) ; , = = + r
+ = =r+ =n =; ;r =+n ;
43. For the given circuit diagram the charge of the plate A of the capacitor
under steady state will be equal to 'CV' if : l ^ li iii
(ii iilii i( iiiCV iri ^il
(A) R
1
= 0
(B) R
2
= 0
(C) R
3
= 0
(D) For any value of R
1
, R
2
and R
3
R
1
R
3
R
2
V
V
A B
C
(R
1
, R
2
i R
3
liiii l)
44. A variable voltage ideal source is used across two resistances R
1
and R
2
. There are two possible ways
of connection one in which R
1
and R
2
are connected in series and other in which R
1
and R
2
are
connected in parallel. The voltage is now changed and corresponding current passing through source
and net power consumed will change. The graph for the two types of circuits are drawn in the options
below. Select the correct graphs :
l(niii(iiiniilniiR
1
( R
2
in^iiinirriiiii(rri
lR
1
niiR
2
iii>(series) ilnliiniriilR
1
niiR
2
iin(parallel)
>ilnliiniriin(il(n(ilrn^niii(current)(i^i(ii
lnil(power) iil(lnnri^iiiilil^ii^r,ri^ii
(A)
parallel
series
current
V
o
l
t
a
g
e
(B)
Current
parallel
series
V
o
l
t
a
g
e
(C)
parallel
s
e
r
i
e
s
Voltage
P
o
w
e
r
(D)
series
p
a
r
a
l
l
e
l
Voltage
P
o
w
e
r
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45. In which of the following cases frictional force acting on the sphere is directed along up the inlcine at
the shown instant : l i li ^i ii iiliinn lir 
(A)
Fixed
V
V/R
(B)
Fixed
V
V/R
(C)
Fixed
2V
V/R
(D)
Fixed
V
V/R
46. Which of the following statements are incorrect. (l i (nvlR;r )
(A) electric field inside a conductor is always zero (i l(n ni i (i ri nir )
(B) free charge always moves from high potential to low potential
( i( i (l(i( ll(i(ii ^lnn r )
(C) Function of battery is to supply charge ( iii i( ii iri nir )
(D) Magnitude of electric field is same at each point on the equipotential surface.
(l(i(  l l(n ni iiliiiri nir )
47. In which of the following PVT diagram work done by one mole of an ideal monoatomic gase for two
different process AB and process CD will be same
l i iPVT ^ ir li nnir lliii ii(i^ i ,iii lili
>i AB ( CD  li^ii ir 
(A)
Isotherm
A C
B D
P
V
nii
(B)
A B
C D
P
T
(C) A
B
C
D
P
T
(D)
A B
V
P
V
C D
2V 3V 4V
48. The magnitude of bouyant force acting on a cubical block floating in
water as shown is equal to the magnitude of : (Neglect effect of
atmosphere) : lii i n nr iiiini(
iliil lii iri ^i((ini(i ii(i ^ )
(A) the net pressure force exerted by the water on block from
A
D C
B
E F
all surfaces in contact.
iii nri ,iii i n i i
(B) weight of the displaced water of portion EFCD (i.e. submerged portion)
l(iilnEFCD ii^ ii i(ii n  ir iii^)
(C) weight of the block floating (n n r i ii i)
(D) net pressure force exerted by water on the base of the block.
(i iii,ii^i ^ i i)
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49. Two pulses travelling along a string are shown in diagram. Then which of the following is correct :
li li ni i ^lnii i l l riii iil
Left
10m 10m
x
2y
right
x
y
A
(A) Both pulse will reach point A simultaneously (i i iil A r ^ )
(B) When the two pulses overlap the resultant pulse will be similar to the left pulse but inverted.
(i i i lni inliiii i iln l(inri n r )
(C) If energy of left pulse is E
1
and energy of right pulse is E
2
, then at instant of overlap the energy of resultant
pulse will be E
2
E
1
(li ii i+i E
1
i i ii i+i E
2
r ni lni
iiliiii+i E
2
E
1
ri ^i)
(D) If energy of left pulse is E
1
and energy of right pulse is E
2
, then at instant of overlap the energy of resultant
pulse will be E
2
+ E
1
(li ii i+i E
1
i i ii i+i E
2
r ni lni
iiliiii+i E
2
+ E
1
ri ^i)
SECTION  III (=r= III)
In the given question if value of temperature of A3, B3, C1 and
D3 is same as value of temperature A1, the first row of matrix
should be bubbled as shown. Further if value of temperature of
B1, B2, C2 and C3 is same as A2, the second row of given matrix
A1
A2
D1
A3 B2 B3
D2
B1 C1 C2 C3 D3
should also be bubbled as shown. Third and fourth can be
bubbled similarly. For each correct row you will be given 1 mark
and if all rows are correct then you will get 6 marks.
 n =  A3, B3, C1 D3 +r nr=r ==r ; ; =r A1 + nr + r ; nr = c = + ; +
>rr =r r +r n;r +r r;   B1, B2, C2 C3 +r nr=r A2 + nr=r + r ; nr  n; =c =
= >rr =r = + = = n;r +r r;  n= r r +r ;= +r = n;r +r r =+nr
;  + + + =; == 1 + nrr =r +r + =; == 6 + r + rn
50. Water is filled in four glasses A, B,C and D to height H.The initial temperatures for all four glasses is given
in figures labelled glass A1, glass B1, glass C1 and glass D1 . Then water is interchanged between glass
A and glass B ; also water is interchanged between glass C and glass D as shown in steps below. First
Determine the temperature at each stage of mixing and then with the help of these temperature, match the
glass in vertical column of the matrix with the corresponding glasses in the horizontal row of the matrix
which have same temperature. The answers to the given question have to be appropriately bubbled in ORS
as illustrated in the matrix above. (Assume that the heat loss or gain to the surrounding is negligible and
also the heat capacity of the glasses is negligible.)
iiiiA, B,C niiD iiiH +i;niiiniriiiiiiliniiliini^r(
^niiA1, ii B1, iiC1 (iiD1 illrnli^irniiA (iiB iiiili
inir;iiniiiiiC (iiD iiiiiliinirli
niiliiinrinniiirinil+(iinil^iiiiilnli
inii(i^niiilnliii+niilil(liiln
ii^riORS iil(ilir(ini(i+iiir(ini(i+iiiln
^rniiiii+iiilniii^r)
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PART  III
SECTION  I (=r= I)
Straight Objective Type (==r na +r)
This section contains 17 Single choice questions numbered 51 to 67. Each question has 4 choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
;= =r= = 51 = 67 n+ +n 17 ;+ ; + + 4 + (A), (B), (C) nrr (D) ;, = =
= + =; ;
51. Entropy change for 2 moles of an ideal monoatomic gas when it undergoes the change in state from (4 atm,
300 K) to (1 atm, 150 K) is
(4 atm, 300 K) (1 atm, 150 K) (iil(nli(i^2 iiiiil(ni
ri^i
(A) Rn2 (B) 4R n2 (C) Rn2 (D) 4R n2
52. Expression of compressibility factor (Z) in terms of vander Waal's constant under high pressure condition
may be written as. (ini^ii(Z) iillilni,(i(ilniili
liiinir )
(A) Z = 1 +
RT
Pa
(B) Z =1
m
RTV
a
(C) Z = 1
m
RTV
b
(D) Z = 1 +
RT
Pb
53. Ionisation energy of a Hlike specie is 122.4 eV. The specie may be
(Hiiiiii+i122.4 eV. rniiiirinir)
(A) H
+
(B) Li
2+
(C) He
+
(D) B
+3
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54. Oxidation number of iron in complex compound K
2
Na
2
[Fe(CN)
6
] is
(il^K
2
Na
2
[Fe(CN)
6
]iiiiir )
(A) +3 (B) 3 (C) +2 (D) 2
55. Volume of a unit cell of an ionic compound crystallizing in rock salt structure when radii of cation and anion
respectively are 2 and 4 , is (ii(rock salt)il>inilil^i;i;
ili(unit cell) iiniri^iliinii~iiilii>i2 nii4 r)
(A) 1.44 x 10
22
cm
3
(B) 1.44 x 10
20
cm
3
(C) 1.728 x 10
21
cm
3
(D) 1.728 x 10
22
cm
3
56. A mixture of a definite composition of ethanol and water forms
(iiniilln^iliinir )
(A) Maximum boiling azeotrope (lin(ii(iili(iiili)
(B) Minimum boiling azeoptrope (n(ii(iili(iiili)
(C) Both maximum and minimum boiling azeotrope (lin(ii(iiniin(ii(iili(iii
liii)
(D) No azeotrope (i;li(iiiliri)
57. 0.1 mol of acetic acid and 0.1 mol of NaOH are mixed to form 1 L aqueous solution. pH of the resulting
solution is [pK
a
for acetic acid = 5]
il0.1 mol niiNaOH 0.1 mol i1 L il(illlnliinirliii
l(ipH ri^i) [pK
a
lll= 5]
(A) 5 (B) 8 (C) 10 (D) 9
58. Hybridisation state of P in PCl
5
is (PCl
5
P ii(iir )
(A) sp
2
d
2
(B) sp
3
d (C) sp
3
d
2
(D) sp
2
d
2
59. Consider the following compounds (lil^iiil)
The correct increasing order of dipole moment is (l,i(iiiiriiiri>r )
(A) IV , I , III , II (B) IV , II , III , I (C) III, IV , I , II (D) IV , III , I , II
60. The correct decreasing order of ionic size is (iliiri(iri>r )
(A) Na
+
> Al
3+
> Mg
2+
(B) Al
3+
> Na
+
> Mg
2+
(C) Na
+
> Mg
2+
> Al
3+
(D) Mg
2+
> Al
3+
> Na
+
61. Pyrolusite is an ore of (iiii;llir )
(A) Phosphorus (ii) (B) Manganese (i)
(C) Iron (i) (D) Copper ( i)
62. Orthophosphoric acid when strongly heated forms (iiiiiiini^liinirnir
inir )
(A) P
2
O
3
and water (P
2
O
3
nii) (B) P
2
O
4
and water (P
2
O
4
nii)
(C) P
2
O
5
and water (P
2
O
5
nii) (D) None of above (ni;ri)
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63. Identify X in the following reaction : (lllinlil>iiX ri^i)
HCl / NaNO
2
X
(A) (B) (C) (D)
64. Which of the following pairs can be distinguished by fehling solution ?
(lllinil^ilirl^l(,iil(ilnliinir`)
(A) Glucose and fructose (i(i) (B) Glucose and sucrose (i(>i)
(C) Methanal & ethanal (i(i) (D) Hydroxypropanone and benzaldehyde
(ri;iiii(lri;)
65. +
A
P, the product P is : (iP ri^i)
(A) (B) (C) (D)
66.
3
AlCl
X
+
O
O H ) ii (
OH / I ) i (
3
2
Y
O H / Br
2 2
Z (White precipitate) ((i)
Compound Z is : (il^Z ri^i)
(A) (B) (C) (D)
67.
H CO H C
) 1 (
3 5 6
+
H / O H ) 3 (
2
Product (i)
Product is: (iri ^i)
(A) (B) (C) (D)
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SECTION  II (=r= II)
Multiple Objective Type (;+ +r)
This section contains 7 multiple choice questions numbered 68 to 74. Each question has 4 choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE OPTION is correct.
;= =r= = 68 = 74 n+ +n 7 ;+ ; + + 4 + (A), (B), (C) nrr (D) ;, = = +
r + = =r+ =r =; ;r =+n ;
68. The species with trigonal planar shape is (are) (iiiiiliiiiniiinr,r)
(A) NH
3
(B) PCl
3
(C) BF
3
(D) CH
3
+
69. Choose the correct option(s) (ril(,l(iiil)
(A) KMnO
4
can act both as oxidising as well as reducing agent.
(KMnO
4
iiiiiiiiliiii(rinir)
(B) SO
2
can act both oxidising as well reducing agent.
(SO
2
iiiiiiiiliiii(rinir)
(C) KMnO
4
can only act as oxidising agent (KMnO
4
(iiilii(rinir)
(D) Highest oxidation state of oxygen is +2 (iiiliniii(ii+2 r)
70. Example(s) of concentration cell is/are (iniiirir,r)
(A) Pt H
2
(g) CH
3
COOH(aq, C
1
) C
6
H
5
NH
2
(aq,C
2
)  H
2
(g)  Pt
1 atm 1 atm
(B) NaHg(C
1
M)  Na
+
(aq) NaHg(C
2
M)
(C) Zn(s)  ZnSO
4
(aq,C
1
)  ZnSO
4
(aq,C
2
)  Zn(s)
(D) AgAgCl KCl(aq,C
1
)  CH
3
COOH(aq,C
2
)  H
2
(g) Pt
71. N
2
gas will be obtained by heating (ll^N
2
^inri^i) ?
(A) NH
4
NO
3
(B) (NH
4
)
2
Cr
2
O
7
(C) NaN
3
(D) NH
4
NO
2
72. Observe the following molecules (lil^iiiiil)
Which of the following is/are correct order for the given properties : (l^^iiiiili
ri>ii^r)
(A) Dipole moment :IV > III > II > I (l,i(iii:IV > III > II > I )
(B) Rate of electrophilic substitution : I > II > III > IV (;irilniii: I > II > III > IV)
(C) Rate of S
N
2 Reaction : I > II > III > IV (S
N
2 lil>ii: I > II > III > IV)
(D) Rate of E2 Reaction : I > II > III > IV (E2 lil>ii: I > II > III > IV)
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73. X + Y
X and Y in the above reaction may be :(inlil>iX niiY ri^)
(A) PhMgBr +
3 2 3
CH CH C CH

O
(B) + NaNO
2
/ HCl
(C) + Aq. AgNO
3
(D) CHCH=CH
2
+ H
3
O
O N and i O N =
(C)
O
= = N N CH
2
and i N N H C
2
O
(D)
O O
= = N N N and i
2
N N N