SOLUTION & ANSWER FOR ISAT-2012

SET – E

[PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY & MATHEMATICS]

PART A − −− − PHYSICS

1. In a closed container filled with air at a pressure
p0 there is an air bubble ------

Ans : R p
24
1
0


Sol: pi − p0 =
R
T 4
––(i)
piVi = pi’Vi’ (θ is constant)
⇒ pi’ =
8
p
' V
V p
i
i
i i
= ( Q R ⇒ 2R)
pi’ −
R 2
T 4
16
p
8
p
R 2
T 4
16
p
0 i 0
= − ⇒ = ––(ii)
Solving (i) and (ii) ⇒ pi =
24
R p
T
R
T 28
0
= ⇒

2. A solid hemisphere of radius R of some material
is attached on top of a solid cylinder of ------

Ans :
2
MR
20
9


Sol: M1 = ρ π = × ρ π
3 3
R
3
2
2
1
R
3
4

M2 = ρ π = ρ π
3 2
R
3
2
R
3
2
. R
M1 = M2 and M1 + M2 = M
⇒ M1 = M2 =
2
M

Ι1 =
5
MR
R .
2
M
.
5
2
2
2
= ;
Ι2 =
4
MR
R
2
M
.
2
1
2
2
= |
¹
|

\
|

Ι = Ι1 + Ι2 =
2
2 2
MR
20
9
4
MR
5
MR
= +

3. For the prism shown in the figure, the angle of
incidence is adjusted such that------

Ans :
2
1 3 |
¹
|

\
|
+


Sol: A = 90° (from figure)
Dmin = 60° (Data)
n =
|
¹
|

\
|
|
¹
|

\
| +
2
A
sin
2
D A
sin
min


°
° ° + ° °
=
45 sin
30 sin 35 cos 30 cos 45 sin

=
|
|
¹
|

\
|
+
2
1 3


4. Two physicists `A’ and `B’ calculate the efficiency
of a Carnot engine running between two heat
reservoirs by measuring------

Ans :
3
5
and
9
5


Sol: For A
η =
1
2
T
T
1− (T2 constant, T1 varies)
⇒ dη =
|
|
¹
|

\
|
|
|
¹
|

\
|
= +
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
T
dT
T
T
T
dT
. T

(
¸
(

¸


(
¸
(

¸

×
=
(
(
¸
(

¸

|
|
¹
|

\
|

|
|
¹
|

\
|
|
|
¹
|

\
|
=
η
η
900
300
1
900
10
900
300
T
T
1
T
dT
T
T
d
1
2
1
1
1
2

=
600 3
10
900
600
900 900
10 300
×
=
|
¹
|

\
|
× ×
×

⇒ % %
9
5
100
600 3
10 d
= ×
×
=
η
η
for A

For B
η =
1
2
T
T
1− (T1 constant, T2 variable)
⇒ dη =
2
1
dT .
T
1


|
|
¹
|

\
|


=
η
η
1
2
2
1
T
T
1
dT .
T
1
d
=
(
¸
(

¸

− ×

900
300
1 900
10

=
600
10

% %
3
5
100
600
10 d
= × =
η
η
for B


5. Two positive and two negative charges of
magnitude q are kept on the x-y plane as shown
------

Ans :








Sol: Resultant field of the given configuration is
zero along any point on Z-axis. In
configuration (B), the dipole moments of
two dipoles (−q, +q), (−q, +q) are in
opposite directions
⇒ field along Z-direction is zero.

6. Two hemispheres made of glass (µ = 1.5) are
kept as shown in the figure. The radius ------

Ans :
3
R 2


Sol: Normal shift =
(
¸
(

¸

µ
− µ 1
t
= ( )
(
¸
(

¸

+
5 . 1
1 5 . 1
R R
=
3
R 2


7. A right-angled prism ABC (∠C < ∠B) made of a
material of refractive index µ0 is immersed------

Ans :
|
|
¹
|

\
|
µ
µ

0
1
sin

Sol: r1 + r2 = φ for prism
r1 = 0 (Data)
⇒ r2 = φ, should be the critical angle
⇒ sinφ =
|
|
¹
|

\
|
µ
µ
= φ ⇒
µ
µ

0
1
0
sin

8. Four screw gauges are to be calibrated to the
standard thickness `tst’ of a wire. Series of
measurements ------

Ans : Screw gauge 1 is less precise but more
accurate than screw gauge 4.

Sol: Distributions symmetric about tst are more
accurate. Distributions with smaller widths
about tst are more precise.
⇒ Statement (A) is correct.

9. Velocity v (m/s) versus time graph of a cyclist
moving along the ------

Ans :
4
15
, i
ˆ
4
3


Sol: 5
2
6 4
S
1
× |
¹
|

\
| +
= = 25 m
( ) 5
2
8 4
S
2
− × |
¹
|

\
| +
= = −30 m
5
2
6 2
S
3
× |
¹
|

\
| +
= = 20 m
∴ S = S1 + S2 + S3 = 75 m

3 2 1
S S S S + + = = 15 m
i
ˆ
4
3
20
15
t
S
v
Av
= = =

4
15
20
75
20
S
v
Av
= = =

10. A sphere of mass M and radius R is surrounded
by a shell of the same mass and radius 2R. A
small hole ------

Ans :
R
GM 3


Sol: Ushell =
R 2
GMm

Usolid sphere =
R
GMm

∴ Ui =
R 2
GMm 3
R
GMm
R 2
GMm
− = − −
i.e.
R 2
GMm 3
mv
2
1
2
e
=
⇒ ve =
R
GM 3


11. A particle of mass m is projected in the vertical
plane (taken to be the x-y plane) with speed v at
an angle ------

Ans : −0.5mv cosθgt
2 k
ˆ


Sol: j mgdt dt F J − = =
( )

− × θ = × =
t
0
j
ˆ
mgdt i
ˆ
t cos u J r L

X
Y
−q
+2q −q

= k
ˆ
tdt cos u mg

θ −
= −0.5mgu cosθt
2
k
ˆ


12. Consider a damped simple harmonic oscillator
given by the equation of motion ------

Ans :








Sol: x and v have phase difference of rad
2
π

and since starting is from extreme
position, x and v must be in opposite
directions.


13. A metal sphere is kept in a uniform electric field
as shown. What is the correct------

Ans :





Sol: No electric field inside sphere and field
lines are normal to surface.

14. An electron travelling with velocity j
ˆ
5 i
ˆ
3 v + = in
an electric field ------

Ans : k
ˆ
18 j
ˆ
3 i
ˆ
5 + −

Sol: ( ) 0 B v q E q = × +
⇒ ( ) B v E × − =
=
1 4 6
0 5 3
k j i


= k
ˆ
18 j
ˆ
3 i
ˆ
5 + −

15. A small block is kept on a frictionless horizontal
table. A wooden plank pivoted at O, but
otherwise free to rotate, pushes the block by
applying a constant ------

Ans : 0.2 rad/s

Sol: τ constant ⇒ FR constant
⇒ F constant
Impulse = Ft = 10 F
But impulse = ∆p = mv
⇒ 10 F = mv ⇒ F =
10
mv

Fcentripetal = friction = µF = mvω
⇒ ω =
µ
mv
10
mv

⇒ ω =
10
µ
= 0.02 rad s
−1


16. A model potential between two molecules A and
B in a solid is shown in the figure, where x gives
the distance of B with respect------

Ans :
T
1


Sol: PE = KE =
2
kx
2
1
––(i)
KE = constant × kBT ––(ii)
⇒ T k kx
2
1
B
2
∝ ⇒ x
2
∝ T
⇒ 2xdx ∝ dT ⇒
x
1
dT
dx


T
1
x
1
xdT
dx
2
∝ ∝

17. The mass density of a dusty planet of radius R is
seen to vary from its center as ------

Ans :
16
45


Sol: dm = |
¹
|

\
|
− ρ π dr
R
r
1 r 4
0
2

⇒ M1 =

πρ
=
2 / R
0
3
0
48
R 5
dm
M =

πρ
=
R
0
3
0
3
R
dm
E1 = GR
12
5
2
R
GM
0
2
1
πρ =
|
¹
|

\
|
;
E2 = GR
27
4
R
2
3
GM
0
2
πρ =
|
¹
|

\
|


16
45
E
E
2
1
=

v
x
t

18. A particle is moving in a force field given by
j
ˆ
r i
ˆ
y F
2 2
− = . Starting from A the particle has to
reach ------

Ans : (−1, 1)

Sol: dW = r d . F
W =

path
dW ; For AB, i
ˆ
dx r d = ;
For BC, j
ˆ
dy r d = , for AD, j
ˆ
dy r d = and for
DC, i
ˆ
dx r d =
⇒ WABC =
∫ ∫
+
BC AB
r d . F r d . F
=
( )
( )
( )
( )
∫ ∫
− = +
0 , 1
0 , 0
1 , 1
0 , 1
1 j
ˆ
dy . F i
ˆ
dx . F
WADC =
∫ ∫
+
DC AD
r d . F r d . F
=
( )
( )
( )
( )
∫ ∫
+ = +
1 , 0
0 , 0
1 , 1
1 , 0
1 i
ˆ
dx . F j
ˆ
dy . F
∴ (−1, 1) is the answer.

19. A capacitor made of two parallel circular plates
of area A holds a charge Q0 initially. Suppose
that it discharges as ------

Ans : ( )
2 0 0
A
8
1
λ
π
µ ε


Sol: Q = Q0e
−λt

i =
dt
dQ
= −λQ0e
−λt
= −λQ ––(i)
j =
A
i

i(r) =
A
i r
j . r
2
2
π
= π
Br.2πr = µ0i(r)
⇒ B(r) =
A 2
ir
r 2 . A
i r .
0
2
0
µ
=
π
π µ


( )
2
2 2 2 2
0
2
2 2 2
0 2
r
A 4
r Q
A 4
r i
B
λ µ
=
µ
= (Q i = −λQ)
Consider a cylindrical shell of radius r,
thickness dr and length L (distance
between plates of capacitor).

( )
( )
( ) rLdr 2 .
B
2
1
dU
0
2
r
B
r
π
µ
=
= rLdr 2 .
1
.
A 4
r Q
.
2
1
0
2
2 2 2 2
0
π
µ
λ µ

= dr r L .
A 4
Q
3
2
2 2
0
π
λ µ

∴ UB =
R
0
4
2
2 2
0
R
0
B
4
r
.
A 4
L Q
dU
π λ µ
=


= |
¹
|

\
|
π
= = π
π λ µ A
R , A R
A 16
R L Q
2 2
2
4 2 2
0

=
( )
( ) LA
A 16
Q A
A 16
LA Q
2 2
0
2
2 2
0
π
λ µ
=
π
λ µ

(Q LA = volume)
∴ volume
A 16
Q
U
2 2
0
B
×
π
λ µ
=
Electric field E =
0 0
A
Q
ε
=
ε
σ

∴ Energy density =
0
2
2
0
2
0
A
Q
.
2
1
E
2
1
ε
ε = ε
=
0
2
2
A
Q
2
1
ε

∴ Energy in electric field,
( ) volume
A
Q
2
1
U
0
2
2
E
×
ε
=


( ) volume Q
A 2
volume
A 16
Q
U
U
2
0
2 2 2
0
E
B
×
ε
×
(
(
¸
(

¸

×
π
λ µ
=
=
π
λ µ ε
8
A
2
0 0


20. Three sinusoidal oscillations A sin(21t), and
A sin(19t) are superposed. Which of ------

Ans :





Sol: y1 = A sin19t
y2 = A sin20t
y3 = A sin21t
y = y1 + y2 + y3
|
¹
|

\
| − +
= +
2
D C
cos .
2
D C
sin 2 D sin C sin Q
⇒ y = A[2 cos 2πt + 1] sin20t
⇒ There will be intermediate maxima with
smaller amplitude.

21. A vertical resonance pipe is filled with water and
resonates with a tuning fork at minimum air
column length of 30 cm ------

Ans : 4 : 1


Sol: Vair = RT
10 28
4 . 1
M
RT
3
×
×
=
γ


λair = 30 × 4 = 120 cm = 0.12 m
f of tuning fork =
air
air
V
λ

=
12 . 0
RT
10 28
4 . 1
3
×
×

––(i)
λmixture = 42 × 4 = 168 cm = 0.168
vmixutre = λmixture × f ]
=
12 . 0
RT
10 28
4 . 1
168 . 0
3
×
×
×

––(ii)
But vmixture =
mixture
mixture
M
RT γ
––(iii)

3
mixture
mixture
10 28
4 . 1
12 . 0
168 . 0
M

×
× =
γ

= 50
12 . 0
168 . 0
×
γmixture =
3
5
(Q both monoatomic)
⇒ Mmixture =
( )
( ) 50 168 . 0
12 . 0
2
2
mixture
×
× γ

=
( )
( ) 50 168 . 0
12 . 0
3
5
2
2
×
× = 0.017 kg
= 17 gram

( )
17
n n
M n M n
2 1
2 2 1 1
=
+
+

n1 ∝ V1, n2 ∝ V2

( )
17
V V
V 20 V 4
2 1
2 1
=
+
+

4V1 + 20V2 = 17V1 + 17V2
3V2 = 13V1

3
13
V
V
2
1
=
≅ 4 : 1

22. The minimum repulsive energy between the two
electrons would ------

Ans : 27.2 eV

Sol: For singly ionized He atom, ground state
energy is eV 4 . 54
R 2
Ze
2
− = −
⇒ eV 4 . 54
R 2
e 2
2
− = −
⇒ eV 2 . 27
2
4 . 54
R 2
e
2
=


=
∴ Minimum repulsion energy between
electrons (when they are diametrically
opposite) =
R 2
e
2
= 27.2 eV

23. If the Hydrogen atom ionization temperature is T,
the temperature at which He atoms ------

Ans : 6T

Sol: E = Ionization energy of He-atom
= 2 × 54.4 eV − repulsion energy
= 108.8 eV − 27.2 eV
13.6 eV ∝ T ⇒ E ∝ 8T − 2T ∝ 6T
∴ AT 6T, He atom ionizes completely.

24. The coefficient of viscosity of a fluid is known to
vary with temperature ------

Ans :







Sol: vT =
( )
η
σ − ρ g r
9
2
2

⇒ vTη = constant

0
T
T
T
CTe . v

= constant

0
T
T
T
e T v ∝
ln vTT =
10
T
k , where k is a constant.
⇒ graph of ln vTT vs T will be a straight
line with positive slope.

25. A particle moves in a force field of the form
2
r
L r
k F
×
= , where r is the position vector ------

Ans: Magnitude of angular momentum
decreases exponentially, but its direction
remains unchanged.

Sol: F is ⊥ to r , ⊥ to L and ⊥
r
to plane
containing L and r
⇒ F is in the plane of motion and
opposing the motion.
τ is not zero ⇒ L is decreasing
F is also not constant as L is changing
T
log(T v1]

⇒ Variation is exponential.
PART B − −− − CHEMISTRY

26. The approximate standard enthalpies of
formation-----

Ans : ∆H (octane) is more negative than ∆H
(methanol)

Sol: Combustion of C8H8 involves more
number of carbons and hydrogens
compared to CH4O

27. The Boyle temperatures of three gases are------

Ans : I-hydrogen, II-oxygen, III-ethene

Sol: More the compressibility factor greater is
the negative deviation from ideal
behaviour.

28. The reduction potentials of M
2+
/ M follow the
trend------

Ans : V < Fe < Ni < Cu

Sol:
o
M / M
2 E + for V = − 1.18 V
Fe = − 0.44 V
Ni = − 0.25 V
Cu = 0.34 V

29. The total number of isomers expected for------

Ans : 9

Sol: ± cis [Pt(en)2(CNS)2]
± cis [Pt(en)2(NCS)2]
± cis [Pt(en)2(NCS) (CNS)]
trans [Pt(en)2(CNS)2]
trans [Pt(en)2(NCS)2]
trans [Pt(en)2(NCS) (CNS)]

30. In the conversion of dinitrogen to hydrazine, -----

Ans : 4 and 4

Sol: N2 + 4H
+
+ 4e

→ N2H4

31. The temperature of dependence of the e.m.f ------
Ans : − 5.8 × 10
−5


Sol: E = − 4 × 10
−5
T − 9 × 10
−7
× T
2

+ 3.6 × 10
−5
T


dT
dE
= − 0.4 × 10
−5
− 9 × 10
−7
× 2 T
= − 0.4 × 10
−5
− 5.4 × 10
−5

= − 5.8 × 10
−5

32. Lithium nitrate when heated gives------

Ans : Li2O, NO2 and O2

Sol: 4LiNO3 → 2Li2O + 2NO2 + O2

33. For a fixed mass of an ideal gas the correct------

Ans :







Sol: Plot of V α T is a straight line and the
slope of the isobar decreases with
increase of pressure

34. Match each one with the correct method ------

Ans : (a) → (ii), b → (iv), c → (iii), (d) → (i)

Sol: Cr2O3 − Al reduction
Fe2O3 → CO reduction
Cu2S → self reduction
ZnS → Roasted to ZnO and then CO
reduction

35. The intermediate formed in the following ------

Ans :
NO
2
NO
2
HO
Cl


Sol:
Cl
NO
2
NO
2
OH
slow
NO
2
NO
2
Cl
OH



OH
NO
2
NO
2
fast
+ Cl



P3 > P2 > P1
P1
P2
P3
Temperature, T (K)
0
0
V
o
l
u
m
e
,

V



36. The crystal field splitting energy (∆0), of------

Ans : I < II < III < IV

Sol: The arrangement of ligands in the
spectrochemical series is
CN

> NCS

> F

> Br



37. The compounds that form stable hydrates are-----

Ans : II and IV

Sol: II is Indane-1,2,3-trione. It forms a stable
hydrate known as ninhydrin which is
stabilized by intramolecular hydrogen
bonding. IV is chloral which also forms
stable chloral hydrate

38. The symbols F, H, S, Vm and E
0
denote ------

Ans : F, H, S, are extensive; Vm and E
0
intensive

Sol: F, H and S are extensive properties, as
they depend on the quantity of the system
Vm and E
0
are intensive properties

39. For a 1
st
order reaction of the form------

Ans : I and IV

Sol: ln
0
A A = − kt
i.e.,
0
A A decreases with increase of kt

kt
0 e
1
A
A
=

0
A
A
decreases with increase of kt

40. Consider the reaction 2A

B.------

Ans : 0.05
Sol: 2A

B
K =
( )
2
) x a (
2 x


on solving, x = 0.15 and 0.1
x = 0.15 is not possible
∴ Amount of B at equilibrium = 0.05

41. Two isomeric alkenes A and B on hydrogenation
in the presence ------

Ans :
Me
OH
CH2OH
X = Y = Z =
Me
OH


Sol: Alkenes (A) and (B) are
CH
3
and

CH
2
respectively


CH
3
Hydroboration
Oxidation
CH
3
(A) (X)
OH



CH
2
Hydroboration
Oxidation
CH
2
OH
(B) (Y)



CH
3
or
CH
2
(A) (B)
oxymercuration
reduction


H
3
C
(Z)
OH


42. The major product of the following reaction is-----

Ans : C6H5CH=CHCH=NNHCONH2

Sol: C6H5−CH=CH−CHO +
→  − − −
) ide Semicarbaz (
2 2
NH CO NH N H
C6H5−CH=CH−CH=N−NH−CO−NH2
The − NH2 group away from the
C
O

group of semicarbazide reacts with
aldehydes and ketones

43. At 100 K, a reaction is 30% complete in 10
minutes, while at 200 K------

Ans : 1150 J


Sol: log
2 1
1 2 a
1
2
T T
T T
R 303 . 2
E
K
K −
=
log 2 =
200 100 314 . 8 303 . 2
100 E
a
× × ×
×

Ea = 1150 J

44. The stability order of the following carbocation is-
----

Ans : II > III > I > IV

Sol: II is the most stable carbocation because
positive charge is at allylic position with
respect to two double bonds.
IV is the least stable carbocation as it is
antiaromatic

45. For the following Newman projection------

Ans :
H
H
Cl
Cl
H
H

Sol: (b)

46. For bromoalkanes------

Ans : I and III

Sol: Statements I and III are correct

47. The number of unpaired electrons present ------

Ans : 0 and 4

Sol: [Co(C2O4)3]
3−
is a spin paired complex
with d
2
sp
3
hybridisation where as [CoF6]
3−

is a spin free complex with sp
3
d
2

hybridisation

48. The correct statement regarding the functioning
of a catalyst is that it------

Ans : II and IV

Sol: Statements II & IV are correct

49. The relationship among the following pairs of
isomers is------

Ans : I − A, II − A, III − B, IV − B

Sol: Geometrical and optical isomers are
known as configurational isomers
50. In the oxidation of sulphite using permanganate,
the number of protons ------

Ans : 3

Sol:
− −
+
2
3 4
SO 5 MnO 2 + 6H
+
→ 2Mn
2+
+

− 2
4
SO 5 + 3H2O

PART C − −− − MATHEMATICS

51. Let the line segment joining the centers of the
circles x
2
− 2x + y
2
= 0 ------

Ans : 5x
2
+ 5y
2
+ 2x + 16y + 8 = 0

Sol: Centre of x
2
+ y
2
− 2x = 0 (1, 0) radius = 1
centre and radius of
x
2
+ y
2
+ 4x + 8y + 16 = 0
is (−2, −4) radius = 2






Distance between the centers = 5
∴ PQ = 5 − 1 − 2 = 2
Clearly centre of the required circle lies
the third quadrant and radius of the
required circle, is 1 which is
5x
2
+ 5y
2
+ 2x + 16y + 8 = 0

52. If the angle between the vectors a and b is
3
π

------

Ans : 3 2

Sol: Area of the triangle = b a
2
1
× = 3
If adjacent sides are represented by
Ι a and Ι b
⇒ b a × = 6
⇒ ab sinθ = 6
⇒ ab sin
3
π
= 6
⇒ ab =
3
12

∴ b a • = ab cos
3
π

= 3 2
3
6
2
1
3
12
= ⇒ ×


P
Q

53. Let P =
(
(
(
(
¸
(

¸

π π

π π
9
cos
9
sin
9
sin
9
cos
-and α, β, γ -----
Ans : 1

Sol: αp
6
+ βp
3
+ γΙ = 0
⇒ α
(
(
(
(
¸
(

¸

− −

2
1
2
3
2
3
2
1
+ β
(
(
(
(
¸
(

¸


2
1
2
3
2
3
2
1


(
¸
(

¸

1 0
0 1
=
(
¸
(

¸

0 0
0 0


2 2
β
+
α −
+ γ = 0 and β + α
2
3
2
3
= 0
⇒ −α + β +2γ = 0 and α + β = 0 ⇒ α = −β
⇒ ∴ 2β +2γ = 0 ⇒ β + γ = 0 ⇒ β = −γ
∴ α = −β = r
∴ α − γ = 0
∴ (α
2
+ β
2
+ γ
2
)
(α − β) (β − γ) (γ−α)

= (α
2
+ β
2

2
)
0
= 1

54. A random variable X takes values −1, 0, 1, 2
with probabilities------

Ans :
4
5
and
16
1 −


Sol: x : −1 0 1 2
P(x) =
4
p 4 1
4
p 2 1
4
p 1
4
p 3 1 − + − +

∴ x = Σxp(x)
=
4
p 9 2 −
; But p ∈R and from the given
probabilities since 0< p(x) <1
we get p∈ |
¹
|

\
| −
4
1
,
3
1
.
Hence |
¹
|

\
| −

4
5
,
16
1
x

55. Let f(x) = log(sinx + cosΙ), x∈ |
¹
|

\
| π

π −
4 4
------

Ans : |
¹
|

\
| π π −
4
,
4


Sol: f(x) = log 2 sin |
¹
|

\
|
+
π
x
4

f’(x) =- cot |
¹
|

\
| π
+
4
x
0 <
4
x
π
+ <
2
π
or π<
4
x
π
+ <
2



4
5
x
4
3 π
< <
π


56. The number of distinct real values of λ for which
the vectors ------

Ans : 1

Sol:
λ − λ − π
λ −
λ
sin 2 1
0 1
1 0
3
3
= 0

0 sin 2
0 1
1 0
4
3
3
λ − π λ
λ −
λ

2λ − sinλ + λ
7
= 0
X
7
+2λ = sinλ
f(x) = λ
7
−2λ f’(x) = 7λ
6
+2
f’(x) > 0 ∴ f(x) is increasing
So it intersects with sinλ only once

57. -The minimum value of |z1 − z2| as z1 and z2 vary
over the curves-----

Ans :
3 2
7 5


Sol: z1 lies on the circle
3
7
3
i
2
1
z = − −
(i.e) |z − z0| =
3
7
where z0 =
|
|
¹
|

\
|
+
3
i
2
1

z2 lies on
3
i 18
9 z
3
i 2
1 z − − = + +
(i.e) z2 lies on the perpendicular bisector
of
|
|
¹
|

\
| −

3
2
, 1 and
|
|
¹
|

\
|
3
18
, 9
⇒ z2 passes through
|
|
¹
|

\
|
3
8
, 4 = 8z0
∴ Minimum of |z1 − z2|
= |z2 − z0| − |z1 − z0|
= |8z0 − z0| −
3
7

= 7 |z0| −
3
7

=
3 2
7 5


58. Let f(θ) =
θ
9
tan
1
(1+tanθ)
10
+(2+tanθ)
10
+
-----+(20+tanθ)
10
) − 20 tanθ-----


Ans : 2100

Sol: Put t = tanθ
=
( ) ( ) ( )
9
10 10 10 10
t
t 20 t 20 t 2 t 1 − + + − − + + + +

=
( ) ( )
9
10 10 10 10
t
1
t t 2
t t 2
t t 1
t t 1
+ − − − +
− +
− +
+
− +
− +

=
( ) ( )
( )
(
(
¸
(

¸

− +
− +
+
(
(
¸
(

¸

− +
− +
t t 2
t t 2
2
t t 1
t t 1
t
1
10 10 10 10
9
---
=
9
t
1
[10. t
9
+ 2 × 10 . t
9
+ ----+20]
= 10 [ 1+ 2 + -------+20]
=
[ ]
2
21 20
10
×
= 2100

59. Let r > 1 and n > 2 be integers. Suppose L and M
are coefficients ------

Ans : n = 2r+1

Sol: Let l = 3r m = r +2
Given l
th
term = L & m
th
term is M
L =
( )
1
1 n 2
C


l
& M =
( )
1 m
1 n 2
C




( )
( ) ( )
( )
( ) ( )! m n 2 ! 1 m
n 2 ! 1 n 2
! n 2 ! 1
n 2 ! 1 n 2 m
− −

=
− −
− l
l l


( ) ( )! m n 2 ! m
! n 2
! n 2 !
! n 2

=
− l l


m
n 2 n 2
C C =
l

⇒ l = m OR l +m = 2n
⇒ 3r = r +2 OR 2r = 4r+1
∴ n = 2r+1

60. The value of the integral
( )
( )

+
+
2
0
2
2
2 x
2 x log
dr is------

Ans : = 2 log
12
5
3 log
12
1
2 tan
3
2
1
− +



Sol:
( )
( )

+
+
2
0
2
2
2 x
2 x log
dx =
= ( )( )


+ +
2
0
2 2
dx 2 x 2 x log
= ( )
2
2
2 x
1
2 x log |
¹
|

\
|
+

+
− d
2 x
1
2 x
x 2
2
|
¹
|

\
|
+

+

x
= ( )

+
+ |
¹
|

\
|
− × −
2 x
xdx
3
2
2 log
2
1
2 3 log
4
1
2



+
+
2 x
dx
3
2
2 ∫
+

2 x
dx
3
2

(By partial fractions)
= 2 log
2
1
2 log
4
1
3 log
4
1
− + −
( )
|
|
¹
|

\
|
+ + +

2
x
tan
2
1
3
2
2 x log
3
2
1
2
0
2

( ) 2 x log
3
2
+ −
=
|
|
¹
|

\
|
+ |
¹
|

\
|
+ −

3
2
tan
3
2
3 log
3
1
4
1
1

log
2
5
− 2
= 2 log
12
5
3 log
12
1
2 tan
3
2
1
− +



61. The age distribution of 400 persons in a colony
having median age 32 is given below------

Ans : −10

Sol: below 25 110
below 30------110 + x
below 35------185 + x
below 40------240 + x
below 45------240 + x + y
below 50-----240 + x + y
∴ 270 + × + y = 400 ⇒ x + y = 130 -----(1)
Medians = l +
f
h f . c
2
N
|
¹
|

\
|


= 30 +
( )
5
5 . 7
x 110 200
×
+ −
= 32
⇒ x = 60 ∴ y = 70
∴ x − y = −10

62. The probability that a randomly selected
calculator from a store is of brand r is
proportional to r, ------

Ans :
63
8


Sol: Let n be the total no of calculators.
Since p (r) α r and Σp(r) = 1
⇒ 1
n
k 6
n
k 2
n
k
= + − − − − + +
⇒ n = 21 k
⇒ p(r) =
21
r
, r= 1, 2, -------, 6
Again p(Dr) =
21
1
, ,
21
5
,
21
6
− − − − − when
r =1, 2, -----,6

P (Defective calculator) ( )

=
×
6
1 r
r
D p ) r ( p
= − − − + × + ×
21
5
21
2
21
6
21
1

+
63
8
21
56
21
1
21
6
2
= = ×

63. There are 10 girls and 8 boys in a class room
including Mr. Ravi, Ms. Rani and Ms. Radha.-----

Ans : 308

Sol: 10g 8b
8g 6b
Ravi is in : 189
2
6 7
9 C C
5
7
8
9
=
×
× = ×
Rani is in :
7
8
6
7
C C × = 7 × 8 = 56
Both Ravi & Rani are out:

6
7
8
9
C C × = 9 × 7 = 63
Total = 189 +56+ 63 = 308

64. Let f: [0, 4] → R be a continuous functions such
that |f(x)| ≤ 2 for all x ∈ [0, 4]------

Ans : [−6+2x.,10 −2x]

Sol: 2 =
∫ ∫

x
0
4
x
dt ) t ( f 4 dt ) t ( f

∫ ∫
− ≤ −
x
0
4
x
dt 2 dt ) t ( f 2 = 8 − 2x
2x − 8 ≤ 2 x 2 8 dt ) t ( f
x
0
− ≤


⇒ 2x − 6 ≤

x
0
dt ) t ( f x 2 10 − ≤

65. The number of solutions of the equation------

Ans : 2

Sol: cos
2

6
cos
6
x cos 2
6
x
π
|
¹
|

\
| π
+ − |
¹
|

\
| π
+

2 2
cos
6
sin −
π
= x
cos |
¹
| π

|
|
¹
|

\
|

\
| π
+ |
¹
|

\
| π
+
6
cos 2
6
x cos
6
x
= |
¹
|

\
| π
− −
6
sin x cos
2 2

= cos |
¹
| π

|
|
¹
|

\
|

\
| π
+ |
¹
|

\
| π
+
6
cos 2
6
x cos
6
x
=
|
|
¹
|

\
|
|
¹
|

\
| π
− |
¹
|

\
| π
+ −
6
x cos
6
x cos
|
¹
|

\
| π
+
6
x cos
(
|
|
¹
|

\
|
|
¹
|

\
| π
− +
π
− |
¹
|

\
| π
+
6
x cos
6
cos 2
6
x cos = 0
⇒ |
¹
|

\
| π
+
6
x cos |
¹
|

\
| π

π
6
cos 2
6
cos x cos 2
= 0
⇒ 2 |
¹
|

\
| π
+
6
x cos cos
6
π
(cosx − 1) = 0
⇒ |
¹
|

\
| π
+
6
x cos = 0 or cosx − 1 = 0

2 6
x
π
± =
π
+ or cosx = 1
⇒ x =
3
π
or
3
2π −
or x = 0 ∈ |
¹
|

\
| π π

2
,
2

∴ But |
¹
|

\
| π π −

π −
2
,
2 3
2

∴ Number of solutions = 2

66. The equation of the circle which cuts each of the
three circles x
2
+y
2
= 4,------

Ans : No correct option
(None of the equations represents a
circle)

Sol: Radical axis of S1 and S2 is 2x − 1 = 0 and
that of S2 and S3 is y − 1 = 0
Radical center of the three circle is |
¹
|

\
|
1 ,
2
1
.
which is in the interior of all the three
circles.
∴ No circle orthogonal to all the three.

67. Suppose an ellipse and a hyperbola have the
same pair of f------

Ans :
3
7


Sol: e =
2
1
for ellipse
i =
2
2
a
b
1
2
1
− =

2
2
a
b
1
4
1
− =

4
3
4
1
1
a
b
2
2
= − =
∴ b
2
= 7 and a
2
=
3
28


∴ Foci = ae = |
¹
|

\
|
± 0 ,
3
7

Equation of the hyperbola that passes
through (2, 2) is
1
a
3
7
y
a
x
2
2
2
2
=

− ⇒ a = 1
Hence a
2
e
2
=
3
7
e
3
7
= ⇒

68. -Let a be on a on − zero real number and α, β be
the root of the equation ax
2
+5x+2 = 0-----

Ans : | α
2
− β
2
|

Sol: Let α’, β’ be the roots of a
3
(x +5)
2
− 25a
(x +5) + 50 = 0
∴ |α’ − β’| will remain the same for
a
3
y
2
= 25ay +50 = 0
⇒ a |
¹
|

\
|
− |
¹
|

\
|
5
ay
5
5
ay
2
+ 2 = 0
⇒ ay
2
− 5y +2 = 0. Whose roots are α
and β
∴ α =
5
' aα −
and β =
5
' aβ −

|α’ − β’| =
a
5 −
| α − β| = | α
2
− β
2
|
since α + β =
a
5 −


69. The set of all 2 ×2 matrices which commute with
the matrix
(
¸
(

¸

0 1
1 1
------

Ans :
¦
)
¦
`
¹
¦
¹
¦
´
¦

(
¸
(

¸


R , q , p :
q p q
q p


Sol: Clearly matrix A =
(
¸
(

¸

0 1
1 1
commute with
matrix B =
(
¸
(

¸

− q p q
q p

i AB = BA



70. Let f: (0, 1) → (0, 1) be a differentiable function
such that f’ (x) ≠ 0------

Ans :
¦
)
¦
`
¹
¦
¹
¦
´
¦
4
15
,
4
7


Sol: Using L’ H rule, we get

( )
( ) x ' f
x f 1
2

= f (x)
∴ dx =
2
dy
y 1
y


x +
2
y 1− ⇒ C ⇒ C = 1
Q f
2
3
2
1
= |
¹
|

\
|

∴ f
4
7
4
± = |
¹
|

\
| 1


71. In the interval
(
¸
(

¸
π
2
, 0 , the equation cos
2
x − cosx
−x = 0 has ------

Ans : Exactly one solution

Sol: f(x) = cos
2
x − cosx − x = 0
f’(x) = −sin2x +sinx −1
< 0 in |
¹
|

\
| π
2
, 0 which is decreasing
x = 0 is the only solution

72. The points with position vectors ------

Ans : ⇒ (1 − α) (β +1) = 0

Sol: Vectors are denoted by A, B, C, D then
AB = (α −1) i +2j +2k
AC = (α −1) i − j +2k
AD = ( α− 1) i + (1 − β) k
∴ [ ] D A C A B A = 0

β − − α
− − α
− α
1 0 1
2 1 1
2 2 1
= 0
⇒ (α− 1) (β + 1) = 0
⇒ ( 1 − α) (β −1) = 0
⇒ (1 − α) (β +1) = 0


73. For a real number x, let [x] denote the greatest
integer less than or equal to x------

Ans : one − one but NOT onto

Sol: f(x) = 2x + [x] +sinxcosx
= 3x {x} +
2
1
sin2x
∴ f’(x) = 3 − 1 +cos2x > 0
∴ f(x) is strictly increasing
⇒ One − one function

But due to the presence of [x] f(x) jumps at
integral points.
⇒ f(x) is NOT onto

74. Let M be a 3 × 3 non singular matrix with det (M)
= a ------

Ans : α

Sol: adj (adjM) = |m|
3−2
M = Mα
∴ M
−1
adj (adjn) = M
−1
mα = αΙ
∴ k = α =

75. If y
x
− x
y
= 1 then the value of
dx
dy
at x = 1 is------

Ans : 2(1 − log2)

Sol: y
x
= u x
y
= v
⇒ u + v = 1

dx
dv
dx
dy
=
y
x
|
¹
|

\
|
+ =
|
|
¹
|

\
|
+
dx
dy
x log
x
y
x y log
dx
dy
y
x
y


|
|
|
|
|
¹
|

\
|

|
|
¹
|

\
|
− |
¹
|

\
|
=
x log x
y
x
y
y log y
x
y
x
dx
dy
y x
x y

x = 1 y = 2

dx
dy
=
1
2 log 2 2 −
= 2(1 − log2)


5 − 1 = (R + R )   1. (−q. the dipole moments of two dipoles (−q. +q). mv e = 2 2R Ans : 7. A right-angled prism ABC (∠C < ∠B) made of a material of refractive index µ0 is immersed----- µ  Ans : sin−1  µ   0 Sol: r1 + r2 = φ for prism r1 = 0 (Data) ⇒ r2 = φ.5mv cosθgt2 k Sol: J = F dt = −mgdt j L =r×J = ∫ (u cos θt )ˆi × −mgdtˆj 0 t . A particle of mass m is projected in the vertical plane (taken to be the x-y plane) with speed v at an angle -----ˆ Ans : −0. Two positive and two negative charges of magnitude q are kept on the x-y plane as shown -----Ans : X Sol: Distributions symmetric about tst are more accurate. should be the critical angle  µ  µ  ⇒ sinφ = ⇒ φ = sin−1 µ  µ0  0 Sol: ⇒ ve = 3GM R 8.5  2R = 3 10. +q) are in opposite directions ⇒ field along Z-direction is zero. Velocity v (m/s) versus time graph of a cyclist moving along the -----Ans : 3 ˆ 15 i. 4 4 4+6 S1 =   × 5 = 25 m  2   4+8 S2 =   × (− 5 ) = −30 m  2  2+6 S3 =   × 5 = 20 m  2  −q +2q −q Y Sol: Sol: Resultant field of the given configuration is zero along any point on Z-axis. A small hole -----3GM R Ushell = − GMm 2R GMm Usolid sphere = − R GMm GMm 3GMm ∴ Ui = − − =− 2R R 2R 1 3GMm 2 i. In configuration (B). Distributions with smaller widths about tst are more precise. Series of measurements -----Ans : Screw gauge 1 is less precise but more accurate than screw gauge 4. ∴ S = S1 + S2 + S3 = 75 m S = S1 + S2 + S3 = 15 m S 15 3 ˆ = = i t 20 4 S 75 15 = = = 20 20 4 6. 11. Two hemispheres made of glass (µ = 1.e. A sphere of mass M and radius R is surrounded by a shell of the same mass and radius 2R. ⇒ Statement (A) is correct.5.5) are kept as shown in the figure. 9. Four screw gauges are to be calibrated to the standard thickness `tst’ of a wire. The radius -----Ans : 2R 3 v Av = v Av Sol:  µ − 1 Normal shift = t    µ   1.

A metal sphere is kept in a uniform electric field as shown. where x gives the distance of B with respect-----Ans : 1 T 1 2 kx 2 KE = constant × kBT 1 2 ⇒ kx 2 ∝ kBT ⇒ x ∝ T 2 dx 1 ⇒ 2xdx ∝ dT ⇒ ∝ dT x dx 1 1 ∝ 2 ∝ xdT T x PE = KE = ––(i) ––(ii) Sol: π rad 2 and since starting is from extreme position.2 rad/s E2 = GM 2 3   R 2  E 45 ⇒ 1 = E2 16 = . Ans : 45 16 r   dm = 4πr 2ρ0 1 − dr   R  R/2 14. The mass density of a dusty planet of radius R is seen to vary from its center as -----Sol: No electric field inside sphere and field lines are normal to surface.ˆ = − mg u cos θ tdtk 2 ˆ = −0.02 rad s− 10 v t 16. x and v have phase difference of Sol: 13. A wooden plank pivoted at O. but otherwise free to rotate. x and v must be in opposite directions. pushes the block by applying a constant -----Ans : 0. Consider a damped simple harmonic oscillator given by the equation of motion -----Ans : x τ constant ⇒ FR constant ⇒ F constant Impulse = Ft = 10 F But impulse = ∆p = mv mv ⇒ 10 F = mv ⇒ F = 10 Fcentripetal = friction = µF = mvω µmv ⇒ = mv ω 10 µ 1 ⇒ω= = 0. An electron travelling with velocity v = 3ˆ + 5ˆ in i j an electric field -----ˆ Ans : 5ˆ − 3ˆ + 18k i j Sol: qE + q v × B = 0 Sol: ⇒ M1 = R ∫ 0 dm = 5πρ0R3 48 ( ⇒ E = − v×B ( ) ) M= E1 = ∫ dm = 0 πρ0R3 3 = 5 πρ0GR . 12 4 πρ0GR 27 i j k 0 GM1 R   2 2 = −3 5 6 4 −1 ˆ = 5ˆ − 3ˆ + 18k i j 15.5mgu cosθt k ∫ Sol: 12. What is the correct-----Ans : 17. A model potential between two molecules A and B in a solid is shown in the figure. A small block is kept on a frictionless horizontal table.

2 2 2 A ε0 ∫ F. for AD.dxˆi = +1 ∴ ∴ (−1. A particle is moving in a force field given by F = y 2 ˆ − r 2ˆ . A capacitor made of two parallel circular plates of area A holds a charge Q0 initially. 0 ) ∫ F. 0 ) = (0. 1) BC ∴ Energy density = = 1 Q2 2 A 2ε 0 F. dUB (r ) = = = 2 1 B(r ) . 19. 1) is the answer. 1) = (0. Suppose that it discharges as -----Ans : 1 ε 0µ 0 Aλ2 8 π t  UB  µ0λ2Q2 2 A 2ε 0 = × volume  × 2 UE  16 πA  Q × volume   ( ) = ε0µ0λ2 A 8π ( ) ––(i) 20. .(2πrLdr ) 2 µ0 1 µ02λ2Q2r 2 1 . 0 ) ∫ F. 4 4A 2 R reach -----Ans : (−1. path j j For BC. 0 ) W ADC = AD ∫ (1. Starting from A the particle has to i j R ∴ UB = ∫ 0 µ λ2Q2Lπ r 4 dUB = 0 . Which of -----Ans : Sol: Q = Q0e−λ dQ t = −λQ0e−λ = −λQ i= dt i j= A i(r) = πr 2. A vertical resonance pipe is filled with water and resonates with a tuning fork at minimum air column length of 30 cm -----Ans : 4 : 1 .2πrLdr 2 µ0 4A 2 µ0λ2Q2 4A 2 .dr + ∫ F. dr = dxˆi . Three sinusoidal oscillations A sin(21t). dr = dyˆ .2πr 2A = µ02λ2Q2r 2 (Q i = −λQ) 4A 2 4A 2 Consider a cylindrical shell of radius r. . 1) ( 0. B2 ) = (r µ02i2r 2 y1 = A sin19t y2 = A sin20t y3 = A sin21t y = y1 + y2 + y3 C+D C−D  .πr 2i µ0ir = A.dr + ∫ F. R 2 =  π 16 A 2  = µ0λ2Q2 (LA ) A µ0λ2Q2 (LA ) = π 16 πA 16 A 2 (Q LA = volume) µ λ2Q2 × volume ∴ UB = 0 16 πA σ Q Electric field E = = ε0 Aε0 ∫ dW . For AB.18.2πr = µ0i(r) ⇒ B(r) = µ0 . and A sin(19t) are superposed. 1) ∴ Energy in electric field.dyˆj = −1 DC 1 1 Q2 ε0E2 = ε0 .Lπr dr 3 21. dr = dyˆ and for ˆ DC. 1) Sol: dW = F. cos Q sin C + sin D = 2 sin  2 2   ⇒ y = A[2 cos 2πt + 1] sin20t ⇒ There will be intermediate maxima with smaller amplitude. dr = dx i ⇒ WABC = ∫ F.d r W= 0 µ λ2Q2LπR 4  2 A = 0  πR = A.dx ˆ + i (1. thickness dr and length L (distance between plates of capacitor). UE = 1 Q2 × (volume ) 2 A 2ε 0 (0. j = πr 2i A Sol: Br.dr AB (1.dyˆ + j ∫ F.dr (1.

10 ⇒ graph of ln vTT vs T will be a straight line with positive slope.12 )2 = 0.4 eV 2R 2 e − 54.168 = × 50 0.4 = × Mmixture 0.168 )2 × 50 5 (0. 0.6 eV ∝ T ⇒ E ∝ 8T − 2T ∝ 6T ∴ AT 6T.4 = = 27.12 ––(ii) Sol: But vmixture = ⇒ γ mixtureRT Mmixture ––(iii) γmixture 0. where k is a constant.168 × 1.017 kg × 3 (0.2 eV 2R −2 ⇒ F is in the plane of motion and opposing the motion.4 eV energy is − 2R T vT = 2 r g(ρ − σ ) 9 η 2 − T T0 ⇒ vTη = constant ⇒ v T . the temperature at which He atoms -----Ans : 6T λmixture = 42 × 4 = 168 cm = 0. If the Hydrogen atom ionization temperature is T. The minimum repulsive energy between the two electrons would -----Ans : 27.168 vmixutre = λmixture × f ] = 0.168 )2 × 50 Sol: γ mixture × (0.4 28 × 10 −3 × RT ∴ Minimum repulsion energy between electrons (when they are diametrically opposite) = e2 = 27.12 5 γmixture = (Q both monoatomic) 3 24.12 m V f of tuning fork = air λ air = 1 .CTe = constant ⇒ vTT ∝ e T T0 T .168 1.2 eV 2R λair = 30 × 4 = 120 cm = 0. ⊥ to L and ⊥ to plane containing r and L r ⇒ − ⇒ 2e 2 = −54. but its direction remains unchanged.8 eV − 27. Sol: F is ⊥ to r . ground state Ze2 = −54.12 ––(i) 23.4 28 × 10 −3 × RT 0. ln vTT = k 25.4 28 × 10 −3 × RT 0.2 eV Sol: For singly ionized He atom. A particle moves in a force field of the form r×L F = k 2 .Sol: Vair = γRT = M 1.4 eV − repulsion energy = 108. where r is the position vector -----r Ans: Magnitude of angular momentum decreases exponentially. He atom ionizes completely.2 eV 13. n2 ∝ V2 4V1 + 20 V2 = 17 (V1 + V2 ) 4V1 + 20V2 = 17V1 + 17V2 3V2 = 13V1 V 13 ∴ 1 = V2 3 ≅4:1 22.12)2 log(T v1] = 17 gram n1M1 + n2M2 = 17 (n1 + n2 ) n1 ∝ V1. τ is not zero ⇒ L is decreasing F is also not constant as L is changing . The coefficient of viscosity of a fluid is known to vary with temperature -----Ans : ⇒ Mmixture = = (0.12 28 × 10 −3 E = Ionization energy of He-atom = 2 × 54.

25 V Cu = 0. The intermediate formed in the following ------ HO Cl NO2 Ans : NO2 Cl 30. ----Ans : 4 and 4 Sol: N2 + 4H + 4e− → N2H4 + Cl NO2 OH slow OH NO2 Sol: NO2 OH fast NO 2 31. In the conversion of dinitrogen to hydrazine.f -----Ans : − 5.8 × 10−5 Sol: E = − 4 × 10− T − 9 × 10− 5 + 3. b → (iv). T (K) Sol: Plot of V α T is a straight line and the slope of the isobar decreases with increase of pressure 28. The total number of isomers expected for-----Ans : 9 Sol: ± cis [Pt(en)2(CNS)2] ± cis [Pt(en)2(NCS)2] ± cis [Pt(en)2(NCS) (CNS)] trans [Pt(en)2(CNS)2] trans [Pt(en)2(NCS)2] trans [Pt(en)2(NCS) (CNS)] 35. For a fixed mass of an ideal gas the correct-----Ans : Volume.4 × 10− − 5. (d) → (i) Sol: Cr2O3 − Al reduction Fe2O3 → CO reduction Cu2S → self reduction ZnS → Roasted to ZnO and then CO reduction Fe = − 0.34 V 29.4 × 10− − 9 × 10− × 2 T dT 5 5 = − 0. c → (iii). The reduction potentials of M trend-----Ans : V < Fe < Ni < Cu Sol: o EM 2+ / M for V = − 1.4 × 10− 5 7 NO2 + Cl × T 2 NO 2 . The temperature of dependence of the e.18 V / M follow the 34.m.8 × 10− 32. Match each one with the correct method -----Ans : (a) → (ii). The approximate formation----standard enthalpies of = − 5.44 V Ni = − 0. V P3 > P2 > P1 P1 P2 P3 27.⇒ Variation is exponential. 2+ 0 0 Temperature. II-oxygen. NO2 and O2 Sol: 4LiNO3 → 2Li2O + 2NO2 + O2 Ans : ∆H (octane) is more negative than ∆H (methanol) Sol: Combustion of C8H8 involves more number of carbons and hydrogens compared to CH4O 33. The Boyle temperatures of three gases are-----Ans : I-hydrogen. PART B − CHEMISTRY 26. III-ethene Sol: More the compressibility factor greater is the negative deviation from ideal behaviour. Lithium nitrate when heated gives-----5 Ans : Li2O.6 × 10− T dE 5 7 = − 0.

x = 0. are extensive. as they depend on the quantity of the system 0 Vm and E are intensive properties st (B) CH3 CH2 (Y) 39. S.05 41. A A 0 decreases with increase of kt A 1 = A 0 ekt A decreases with increase of kt A0 40.3-trione. The crystal field splitting energy (∆0). Consider the reaction 2A Ans : 0.36.15 is not possible ∴ Amount of B at equilibrium = 0.e. The compounds that form stable hydrates are----Ans : II and IV Sol: II is Indane-1.05 Sol: 2A K= B. At 100 K. S. It forms a stable hydrate known as ninhydrin which is stabilized by intramolecular hydrogen bonding.15 and 0. The symbols F. H. H. of-----Ans : I < II < III < IV Sol: The arrangement of ligands spectrochemical series is CN− > NCS− > F− > Br− in the Sol: Alkenes (A) and (B) are CH 3 and CH 2 37.1 x = 0.-----(A) or (B) oxymercuration reduction H 3C OH (Z) 42.2. H and S are extensive properties. Two isomeric alkenes A and B on hydrogenation in the presence -----X= Me Y= CH2 OH Z= Me OH OH C6H5−CH=CH−CH=N−NH−CO−NH2 O C group of semicarbazide reacts with aldehydes and ketones 43. For a 1 order reaction of the form-----Ans : I and IV Sol: ln A A 0 = − kt i. while at 200 K-----Ans : 1150 J The − NH2 group away from the Ans : . The major product of the following reaction is----Ans : C6H5CH=CHCH=NNHCONH2 Sol: C6H5−CH=CH−CHO + H2N − NH − CO − NH2  → ( Semicarbazide ) (x 2) B (a − x )2 on solving. Vm and E0 intensive Sol: F. a reaction is 30% complete in 10 minutes. IV is chloral which also forms stable chloral hydrate 0 respectively CH3 Hydroboration Oxidation (A) CH3 OH (X) CH2 CH2OH Hydroboration Oxidation 38. Vm and E denote -----Ans : F..

If the angle between the vectors a and b is -----π 3 47. is 1 which is 5x2 + 5y2 + 2x + 16y + 8 = 0 52. II − A. The stability order of the following carbocation is---Ans : II > III > I > IV Sol: II is the most stable carbocation because positive charge is at allylic position with respect to two double bonds. IV − B Sol: Geometrical and optical isomers known as configurational isomers are ∴ a • b = ab cos = 12 3 × π 3 1 6 ⇒ =2 3 2 3 . The number of unpaired electrons present -----Ans : 0 and 4 Sol: [Co(C2O4)3] − is a spin paired complex 2 3 3 with d sp hybridisation where as [CoF6] − 3 2 is a spin free complex with sp d hybridisation 3 Ans : 2 3 1 a×b = 3 2 If adjacent sides are represented by Ι a and Ι b Area of the triangle = ⇒ a×b = 6 ⇒ ab sinθ = 6 π ⇒ ab sin =6 3 12 ⇒ ab = 3 Sol: 48. In the oxidation of sulphite using permanganate. The relationship among the following pairs of isomers is-----Ans : I − A. The correct statement regarding the functioning of a catalyst is that it-----Ans : II and IV Sol: Statements II & IV are correct 49.303 R T1T2 50. For the following Newman projection------ H Cl Ans : H Cl H H • P Q Sol: (b) 46. Let the line segment joining the centers of the 2 2 circles x − 2x + y = 0 -----Ans : 5x + 5y + 2x + 16y + 8 = 0 Sol: Centre of x2 + y2 − 2x = 0 (1. III − B. For bromoalkanes-----Ans : I and III Sol: Statements I and III are correct Distance between the centers = 5 ∴ PQ = 5 − 1 − 2 = 2 Clearly centre of the required circle lies the third quadrant and radius of the required circle. −4) radius = 2 2 2 45.303 × 8.Sol: log K2 Ea T2 − T1 = K1 2. 0) radius = 1 centre and radius of 2 2 x + y + 4x + 8y + 16 = 0 is (−2. the number of protons -----Ans : 3 Sol: − 2 2MnO 4 + 5SO3 − + 6H → 2Mn + 2+ log 2 = Ea × 100 2. IV is the least stable carbocation as it is antiaromatic 5SO 2 − 4 PART C − MATHEMATICS + 3H2O 51.314 × 100 × 200 Ea = 1150 J + 44.

β. 2 with probabilities-----Ans : −1 5 and 16 4 −1 0 1 2 1 + 3p 1 − p 1 + 2p 1 − 4p P(x) = 4 4 4 4 ∴ x = Σxp(x) 2 − 9p = .e) |z − z0| = − = 1 7 i   where z0 =  + 2 3 3   z2 lies on z + 1 + 2i 3 = z −9− 18i 3 (i. 0. Let f(x) = log(sinx + cosΙ). But p ∈R and from the given 4 probabilities since 0< p(x) <1  −1 1  we get p∈  .  .  of  − 1.  3   ∴ Minimum of |z1 − z2| = |z2 − z0| − |z1 − z0| = |8z0 − z0| − = 7 |z0| − 7 3 7 3 Sol: f(x) = log = 5 7 2 3 π  f’(x) =. -The minimum value of |z1 − z2| as z1 and z2 vary over the curves----5 7 2 3 1 2 i 3 7 3 Ans : Sol: Sol: z1 lies on the circle z − (i.   16 4   −π π  55.e) z2 lies on the perpendicular bisector   18  −2  and  9.π   cos 9 53. γ ----π cos  9  sin 3π 5π <x< 4 4 56. Let f(θ) = (1+tanθ) +(2+tanθ) + tan9 θ 10 -----+(20+tanθ) ) − 20 tanθ----- 1 10 10 . The number of distinct real values of λ for which the vectors -----Ans : 1 αp6 + βp3 + γΙ = 0  1 3  −  2  +β ⇒α  2 − 3 −1   2   2 1 0 0 +γ   =  0 1 0 ⇒  1   2 − 3   2 0  0 3  2  1   2  Sol: λ3 1 1 λ3 1 λ4 0 1 − λ3 0 =0 2π − sin λ − λ 0 1 − λ3 0 2π − sin λ0 7 −α β 3 3 + + γ = 0 and α+ β =0 2 2 2 2 ⇒ −α + β +2γ = 0 and α + β = 0 ⇒ α = −β ⇒ ∴ 2β +2γ = 0 ⇒ β + γ = 0 ⇒ β = −γ ∴ α = −β = r ∴α−γ=0 2 2 2 ( )( )( ) ∴ (α + β + γ ) α − β β − γ γ−α 2 2 2 0 = (α + β +γ ) = 1 54.cot  x +  4  π π π 3π 0 < x+ < or π< x + < 4 2 4 2 58. A random variable X takes values −1.   3 3      8   = 8z0 ⇒ z2 passes through  4. 1. Let P =  − sin π  9  Ans : 1 Sol: π 9  -and α. x∈  −  ----- 4 4  −π π  Ans :  .   4 4 π  2 sin  + x  4  2λ − sinλ + λ = 0 7 X +2λ = sinλ 7 6 f(x) = λ −2λ f’(x) = 7λ +2 f’(x) > 0 ∴ f(x) is increasing So it intersects with sinλ only once 57.  3 4 x:  −1 5  Hence x ∈  .

t + ----+20] t = 10 [ 1+ 2 + -------+20] [20 × 21] = 2100 = 10 2 (By partial fractions) 1 1 1 = − log 3 + log 2 − log 2 4 4 2 2 2 1  x  2  + log x 2 + 2 0 + tan−1  2 3 3 2   2 − log(x + 2) 3 ( )  2 2  1 1  =  − +  log 3 + tan−1  3  3  4 3   5 − log 2 2 = 2 1 5 tan −1 2 + log 3 − log 2 3 12 12 59. 2. Suppose L and M are coefficients -----Ans : n = 2r+1 61. -----. -----Ans : 8 63 Let n be the total no of calculators. 21 21 21 r =1.− − − − −.f h 2  Medians = l +  f 200 − (110 + x ) = 30 + × 5 = 32 7. Let r > 1 and n > 2 be integers. Since p (r) α r and Σp(r) = 1 k 2k 6k ⇒ + +−−−−+ =1 n n n ⇒ n = 21 k r ⇒ p(r) = .Ans : 2100 Sol: Put t = tanθ + 2 3 ∫ x2 + 2 dx − 2 3 ∫ x+2 dx (1 + t )10 + (2 + t )10 + − − +(20 + t )10 − 20t10 = t9 = = (1 + t ) −t 1+ t − t 10 10 + (2 + t )10 − t10 + − − − + 2+t−t 1 t9  (2 + t )10 − t10  1  (1 + t )10 − t10    + 2  --9 t  1+ t − t   (2 + t ) − t      1 9 9 = 9 [10. -------. The value of the integral ∫0 (x + 2)2 ( +2 ) dr is------ below 25 110 below 30------110 + x below 35------185 + x below 40------240 + x below 45------240 + x + y below 50-----240 + x + y ∴ 270 + × + y = 400 ⇒ x + y = 130 -----(1) N   − c. 2.5 ⇒ x = 60 ∴ y = 70 ∴ x − y = −10 Ans : = 2 1 5 tan −1 2 + log 3 − log 2 3 12 12 log x 2 + 2 62. The probability that a randomly selected calculator from a store is of brand r is proportional to r. . t + 2 × 10 .6 2 Sol: ∫ 0 (x + 2)2 2 ( ) dx = ) = ∫ log(x 2 0 + 2 (x + 2)−2 dx Sol:  −1  = log x 2 + 2    x+2 ( ) 2 − ∫ x 2 + 2  x + 2 d x   2 x  −1  1 1  2 = −  log(3 × 2) − log 2  + 2 4  3 ∫ x2 + 2 xdx . 6 21 6 5 1 Again p(Dr) = when . The age distribution of 400 persons in a colony having median age 32 is given below-----Ans : −10 Sol: Let l = 3r m = r +2 th th Given l term = L & m term is M L = (2n −1)Cl −1 & M = (2n −1)Cm−1 m (2n − 1)! 2n (l − 1)! (2n − l )! = = = l (2n − 1)! 2n (m − 1)! (2n − m)! Sol: ∴ 2n ! l ! (2n − l )! 2n 2n ! m ! (2n − m)! 2n Cl Cm ⇒l=m OR ⇒ 3r = r +2 OR l +m = 2n 2r = 4r+1 ∴ n = 2r+1 2 log x 2 60. r= 1.

There are 10 girls and 8 boys in a class room including Mr. 67. Rani and Ms.  3  2 2 Ravi is in : 9 C8 ×7 C5 = 9 × Rani is in : 7 C6 ×8 C7 = 7 × 8 = 56 Both Ravi & Rani are out: 9 C8 ×7 C6 = 9 × 7 = 63 ∴ Number of solutions = 2 66.----Ans : 308 Sol: 10g 8g 8b 6b 7×6 = 189 2 π  π π  ⇒ cos x +   2 cos x cos − 2 cos  6  6 6  =0 π π  ⇒ 2 cos x +  cos (cosx − 1) = 0 6 6  π  ⇒ cos x +  = 0 or cosx − 1 = 0 6  π π ⇒ x + = ± or cosx = 1 6 2 π −2π  π π ⇒x= or or x = 0 ∈  − .P (Defective calculator) ∑ p(r ) × p(Dr ) r =1 6 π  cos x +  6   π π  π    cos x +  − 2 cos +  cos(x −   = 0  6 6  6     1 6 2 5 = × + × +−−− 21 21 21 21 6 1 56 8 + × = = 21 21 212 63 63. 4] → R be a continuous functions such that |f(x)| ≤ 2 for all x ∈ [0.10 −2x] Sol: 2= ∫0 f (t)dt − 4∫x f (t) dt ∫0 x x 4 − 2 f ( t ) dt ≤ − 2x − 8 ≤ 2 ⇒ 2x − 6 ≤ x ∫x 2 dt = 8 − 2x 4 ∫0 f (t) dt ≤ 8 − 2x ∫0 f (t) dt ≤ 10 − 2x x 65. The equation of the circle which cuts each of the 2 2 three circles x +y = 4. Ms. ∴ No circle orthogonal to all the three.-----Ans : No correct option (None of the equations represents a circle) Sol: Radical axis of S1 and S2 is 2x − 1 = 0 and that of S2 and S3 is y − 1 = 0 1  Radical center of the three circle is  . Ravi.1 . 4]-----Ans : [−6+2x. Let f: [0. Radha.. 2  which is in the interior of all the three circles. Suppose an ellipse and a hyperbola have the same pair of f-----7 3 1 for ellipse 2 1 b2 = 1− 2 2 a Total = 189 +56+ 63 = 308 64.  3 3  2 2 ∴ But −2π  −π π  ∉ . The number of solutions of the equation-----Ans : 2 Sol: π π π   cos  x +  − 2 cos x +  cos 6 6 6   π = sin2 − cos2 x 6 π  π π   cos  x +   cos x +  − 2 cos    6  6 6   2 Ans : Sol: e= i= π  = −  cos2 x − sin2  6  π  π π   = cos  x +   cos x +  − 2 cos  6  6 6      π π    = −  cos x +  cos x −    6 6      1 b2 = 1− 2 4 a ∴ b2 a2 2 = 1− 1 3 = 4 4 2 ∴ b = 7 and a = 28 3 .

2) is x2 a2 − y2 7 − a2 3 2 2 1 − f (x )2 = f (x) f ' (x ) ∴ dx = x+ 7 3 y dy 1− y2 = 1⇒ a = 1 1− y 2 ⇒ C ⇒ C = 1 7 Hence a e = ⇒e= 3 3  1 Qf  = 2 2  7 1 ∴f  =± 4 4   π 2 71. B. β’ be the roots of a (x +5) − 25a (x +5) + 50 = 0 ∴ |α’ − β’| will remain the same for 3 2 a y = 25ay +50 = 0 3 2 −x = 0 has -----Ans : Exactly one solution Sol: f(x) = cos x − cosx − x = 0 f’(x) = −sin2x +sinx −1  π < 0 in  0. D then AB = (α −1) i +2j +2k −aα' −aβ' and β = ∴α= 5 5 −5 | α − β| = | α2 − β2| |α’ − β’| = a −5 since α + β = a 69. 0   3  Equation of the hyperbola that passes through (2. 7  ∴ Foci = ae =  ± . q. Whose roots are α x = 0 is the only solution 72.  4 4     Sol: Using L’ H rule. ∈ R  q p − q    1 1 Clearly matrix A =   commute with 1 0 q  p matrix B =   q p − q i AB = BA AC = (α −1) i − j +2k AD = ( α− 1) i + (1 − β) k ∴ A B AC A D = 0 [ ] α −1 α −1 2 0 2 2 1− β =0 α −1 −1 Sol: ⇒ (α− 1) (β + 1) = 0 ⇒ ( 1 − α) (β −1) = 0 ⇒ (1 − α) (β +1) = 0 73.  which is decreasing  2 2  ay   ay  ⇒ a   − 5  + 2 = 0  5   5  ⇒ ay and β 2 2 − 5y +2 = 0. we get Sol: f(x) = 2x + [x] +sinxcosx 1 = 3x {x} + sin2x 2 ∴ f’(x) = 3 − 1 +cos2x > 0 ∴ f(x) is strictly increasing ⇒ One − one function . -Let a be on a on − zero real number and α. the equation cos x − cosx  2 68. 1) be a differentiable function such that f’ (x) ≠ 0----- 7 15    Ans :  . C. 1) → (0. let [x] denote the greatest integer less than or equal to x-----Ans : one − one but NOT onto 70.  . The points with position vectors -----Ans : ⇒ (1 − α) (β +1) = 0 Sol: Vectors are denoted by A. Let f: (0. For a real number x. In the interval 0. The set of all 2 ×2 matrices which commute with 1 1 the matrix   -----1 0   q  p  Ans :   : p. β be the root of the equation ax2 +5x+2 = 0----Ans : | α2 − β2| Sol: Let α’.

Let M be a 3 × 3 non singular matrix with det (M) = a -----Ans : α Sol: adj (adjM) = |m| − M = Mα 1 1 ∴ M− adj (adjn) = M− mα = αΙ ∴k =α= 3 2 y 75. ⇒ f(x) is NOT onto 74. If y − x = 1 then the value of x dy at x = 1 is-----dx Ans : 2(1 − log2) Sol: y =u x =v ⇒u+v=1 dy dv ⇒ = dx dx  dy  x  x dy y y y   y dx + log y  = x  x + log x dx       x y   y y   x   − y x log y   dy   x  ∴ =  dx  x  x  y   − x y log x   y      x=1 y=2 dy 2 − 2 log 2 ∴ = = 2(1 − log2) dx 1 .But due to the presence of [x] f(x) jumps at integral points.

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