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3. Each section consists of following sections :
(a) Short write ups followed by Objective Questions.
(b) Objective Questions not based on write ups.
4. Four al t ernat i ves have been gi ven wi t h each of t he obj ect i ve quest i ons. You have t o sel ect
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Each correct answer carries three marks.
Passage 1.(Q.No. 1 to 5)
Solids and liquids both expand on heating. The density
of substance decreases on expanding according to the
relation

2
=
) T T ( 1
1 2
1
+

where
1
density at T
1

2
density at T
2
coeff. of volume expansion of substances
when a solid is submerged in a liquid, liquid exerts an
upward force on solid which is equal to the weight of
liquid displaced by submerged part of solid.
Solid will float or sink depends on relative densities of
solid and liquid.
A cubical block of solid floats in a liquid with half of its
volume submerged in liquid as shown in figure (at
temperature T)

S
coeff. of linear expansion of solid

L
coeff. of volume expansion of liquid

S
density of solid at temp. T

L
density of liquid at temp. T
Q.1 The relation between densities of solid and liquid at
temperature T is
(a)
S
= 2
L
(b)
S
= (1/2)
L
(c)
S
=
L
(d)
S
= (1/4)
L
Q.2 Assumi ng normal behavi our of sol i ds and
liquids , If temperature of system increases, then
fraction of solid submerged in liquid
(a) increases (b) decreases
(c) remains the same (d)inadequate information
t+ ar| z-tz + 3 + itttiza r
mnttt 1.( . a. 1 a 5)
s|= q : :|n| m= +zn z =|iza r|a r | =|iza r|n z
:|=| +| r|n. in-n =-=-| + n=|z += r|a| r-

2
=
) T T ( 1
1 2
1
+

r|
1
T
1
z r|n.

2
T
2
z r|n.
:|=| +| |an =|z m||+
= i+=| s| = +| i+=| : = s =| | |a| r , a| : s| = z =z +|
| z q+ == =m|a| r | s| = + s = r q +||m |z| re| m : +
+||z + =z|=z r| a| r| s| = a z m| | s = m|, r s| = : + | ie|+
r|n.| z in+| z +za| r
ia = :t|| q n =|z s| = +| q+ r|n| =| + : = s =| | |n z
n || |an + =|=| a za| r (a| T z)

S
s|= +| za|| =|z m||+

L
: +| |an =|z m||+

S
a| T z s|= +| r|n.

L
a| T z : +| r|n.
Q.1 a| T z s| =| : | + r| n.| + =| a =-= |
r|m|
(a)
S
= 2
L
(b)
S
= (1/2)
L
(c)
S
=
L
(d)
S
= (1/4)
L
Q.2 s|= q : + =|=|- r|z +| |n = za|a rq i: a- +|
a| =ca| r a| s|= +| : = s= rq +||m +| t|
(a) =c |a| r (b) r|e |a| r
(c) r| zra| r (d) =an| |a r
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Q.3 If fraction submerged does not change on increasing
temperature the relation between
L
and
S
is
(a)
L
= 3
S
(b)
L
= 2
S
(c)
L
= 4
S
(d)
L
= (3/2)
S
Q.4 If the depth of the block submerged in the liquid does
not change on increasing temperature then
(a)
L
= 2
s
(b)
L
= 3
s
(c)
L
= (3/2)
s
(d)
L
= (4/3)
s
Q.5 Assume block does not expand on heating. The
temperature at which the block just begins to sink in
liquid is
(a) T +
L
1

(b) T +
L
2
1

(c) T +
L
2

(d) T +
2
L

Each correct answer carries three marks.


Passage 2. (Q.No. 6 to 10)
In the diagram (given below), the broken lines represent
the paths followed by particles W, X, Y and Z respectively
through the constant field E. The numbers below the
field represent meters.
X
E
W Y
Z
0 1 2 3 4
(metre)
Q.6 If the particles begin and end at rest, and all are positively
charged, the same amount of work was done on which
particles ?
(a) W and Y (b) W, Y and Z
(c) Y and Z (d) W, X, Y and Z
Q.7 If all particles started from rest, and all are positively
charged, which particles must have been acted upon by
a force other than that produced by the electric field ?
(a) W and Y (b) X and Z
(c) X, Y and Z (d) W, X, Y and Z
Q.3 i: a| =c|n z s=| m +||m +| t| iziaa zr a|
L

S
+ =|a =-=-| r|m|
(a)
L
= 3
S
(b)
L
= 2
S
(c)
L
= 4
S
(d)
L
= (3/2)
S
Q.4 a| =c|n z i: : = s=| m =|+ +| mrz| iziaa nr|
r|a| r|, a|
(a)
L
= 2
s
(b)
L
= 3
s
(c)
L
= (3/2)
s
(d)
L
= (4/3)
s
Q.5 =| n =| i q i + m= +zn z =| + =| i za nr|
r| a|| r a|, i= z =| + : = s|+ s =n| t| = +za| r , r| m|

(a) T +
L
1

(b) T +
L
2
1

(c) T +
L
2

(d) T +
2
L

t+ ar| z-tz + 3 + itttiza r


mnttt 2.( . a. 6 a 10)
n|a :t|| m ia =, ee| r za||q ina e| E = +=t| W,
X, Y Z +|| |z| =n| m =|| +| +a +za| r | e| +
n|a :| m =a|q =|ez +| +a +za| r
X
E
W Y
Z
0 1 2 3 4
(metre)
Q.6 i: +| iz|=|==|| = |z-+| r| a r q iz|=|==|| z r|
==|a +za r q =+|| +| |n| it|a r , a| i+n +|| z ==|n
+| i+| m| ?
(a) W a=|| Y (b) W, Y a=|| Z
(c) Y a=|| Z (d) W, X, Y a=|| Z
Q.7 i: =+|| +|| n iz|=|==|| = |z-+| i+| a=|| =+||
|n|it|a r, a| +|n= +|| z iaa e| + |z| a.-n == +
=|| q+ - == |z|ia r|n| a|irq ?
(a) W a=|| Y (b) X a=|| Z
(c) X, Y a=|| Z (d) W, X, Y a=|| Z
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Q.8 If the particles are positively charged, which particles
increased their electric potential energy ?
(a) X and Z
(b) Y and Z
(c) W, X, Y and Z
(d) Since the electric field is constant, none of the
particles increased their electric potential energy
Q.9 Suppose particle Z has a charge of +2 C, and it begins
and ends at rest. If E is 5 N/C, how much work is done
on particle Z in moving it very slowly ?
(a) 10 J (b) 20 J (c) 40 J (d) 80 J
Q.10 Suppose that the field strength E is 10 N/C and particle
Y has a charge of 10 C. When particle Y is released
from rest, it follows the path as shown and accelerates to
a velocity of 10 m/s. What is the mass of particle Y ?
(a) 1 kg (b) 2 kg (c) 3 kg (d) 4 kg
Following Questions are not based on passage :
(Each correct answer carries three marks)
Q.11 Block A is placed on block B,
whose mass is greater than that
of A. There is friction between
the blocks, while the ground is
smooth. A horizontal force P,
increasing linearly with time begins to act on A. The
accelerations a
1
and a
2
of A and B respectively are plotted
against time (t). Choose the correct graph
(a) (b) (c) (d)
Q.12 In the figure the ball A is released from
rest when the spring is at its natural
(unstretched) length. For the block B, of
mass M to leave contact with the ground
at some stage, the minimum mass of A
must be
(a) 2M (b) M
(c)
2
M
(d) a function of M and force constant of the spring
Q.8 i: +| |n|it|a r , a| +|n= +|| +| iaa i==|ia =| =
i r ?
(a) X a=|| Z
(b) Y a=|| Z
(c) W, X, Y a=|| Z
(d) ai+ iaa e| ina r, a i+=| +|| +| +| iaa i==|ia
=| = i nr| r
Q.9 =|n =|iq i+ Z +| z |t| +2 C r, q r iz|=|==|| =
r| |z-+| iz|=|==|| z ==|a r|a| r | i: E, 5 N/C r, a|
Z +| z i+an| +| i+| m| r, i: = ||z-||z i==||ia
i+| |?
(a) 10 J (b) 20 J (c) 40 J (d) 80 J
Q.10 =|n =|iq i+ e|| a|a| E, 10 N/C r a=|| Y +| z |t|
10 C r | = Y +| iz|=|==|| = e|s| |a| r a| r i:a|| m
=| +| n=z| +za| r 10 m/s + m a+ .iza r|a| r | Y
+| +| :=|n +| r ?
(a) 1 kg (b) 2 kg (c) 3 kg (d) 4 kg
fuEu iz'u x|ka'k ij vk/kkfjr ugha gS :
(t+ ar| z-tz + 3 + itttiza r)
Q.11 =|+ A =|+ B z za|| r| r,
i=+| :=|n A = i|+ r|
:|n| =|+| + = r||| r, =i+
ia+n| =|n r i= z za| r|
q+ e|ia == P == + =|=| zia|+ = = =ca| r|, A z
+| +zn| |z-+| +za| r| A B + .z| +=t| a
1
a
2
+|
== (t) + =|=| |zia|a i+| m| r| =r| m|+ +| ain
(a) (b) (c) (d)
Q.12 :it|a ia =, m: A +| i==|z ==|| = e|s|
|a| r = i=m a=+| |=ai+ =-=| z
r | i+=| ==|| = B =|+ i=+| :=|n
M r, +| =|n e|sn + i=q A +| -na=
:=|n r|m|-
(a) 2M (b) M
(c)
2
M
(d) M i=m + == ina|+ +| q+ +=n
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Q.13 In the figure, the blocks are of
equal mass. The pulley is fixed.
In the position shown, A moves
down with a speed u and v
B
=
the speed of B
(a) The downward acceleration
of A is equal in magnitude to the horizontal
acceleration of B
(b) v
B
= u cos
(c) v
B
= u/cos
(d) None of these
Q.14 An aeroplane flying at a constant speed releases a bomb.
As the bomb drops away from the aeroplane
(a) it will always be vertically below the aeroplane
(b) it will always be vertically below the aeroplane only
if the aeroplane was flying horizontally
(c) it will always be verticelly below the aeroplane only
if the aeroplane was flying at angle of 45 to the
horizontal
(d) it will gradually fall behind the aeroplane if the
aeroplane was flying horizontally
Q.15 A uniform chain of mass m hangs from a light pulley, with
unequal lengths of the chain hanging from the two sides
of the pulley. The force exerted by the moving chain on
the pulley is
(a) mg
(b) > mg
(c) < mg
(d) either (b) or (c) depending on the acceleration of the
chain
Q.16 If water at 0C, kept in a container with an open top, is
placed in a large evacuated chamber
(a) all the water will vaporize
(b) all the water will freeze
(c) part of the water will vaporize and the rest will freeze
(d) ice, water and water vapour will be formed and reach
equilibrium at the triple point
Q.17 In a vertical U-tube containing a liquid, the two arms are
maintained at different temperatures, t
1
& t
2
. The liquid columns
in the two arms have heights "
1
& "
2
respectively. The
coefficient of volume expansion of the liquid is equal to
Q.13 ia =, =|+| + :=|n ==|n r|
ir|zn| i==|z r| i:a|| m i==|ia =,
A n|a +| |z u a|= = |a| r q
v
B
= B +| a|= a=
(a) A +| n|a +| | z .z| +|
iz=|| B + e|ia .z| + =z|=z r|m|
(b) v
B
= u cos
(c) v
B
= u/cos
(d) n= = +| nr|
Q.14 q+ r| r| ina a|= = asa| r| q+ == e|sa| r| =
==, r| = e|s| |a| r a|
(a) r =: r| = =||z n|a zrm||
(b) r r| = =||z n|a += a+|| zrm| i: r| e|ia
= = as zr| r||
(c) r r| = =||z n|a += a+|| zrm| i: r| e|ia
= 45 + +|| z as zr| r|
(d) ||z-||z r| r| + |e imzm| i: r| e|ia = =
as zr| r||
Q.15 m :=|n +| q+ ==|n a n q+ r-+| ir|zn| = = +|z
=e+ zr| r i+ ir|zn| + :|n| az+ an +| ==|n =-=||
=e+ zr| r| mia +za| r an |z| ir|zn| z =m|| m| ==
r|m|
(a) mg
(b) > mg
(c) < mg
(d) | a| (b) | (c) an + .z| z in+|z
Q.16 i: 0C z |n|, | q+ a|= | = za|| r| r, i: r q+
=s in|iaa | = za|| |a| r, a|
(a) =-| |n| |ia r| |m|
(b) =-| |n| = |m|
(c) +e |n| |ia r| |m| q t|| = |qm|
(d) =+, |n| q = | =nm a=|| i+ i=-: z =|-|==||
= | |m|
Q.17 q+ a|z U-n=| = : +|z| r, :|n| +||| +| =m-=m
a| t
1
a=|| t
2
z za|| |a| r, : =a-+| +| =-=|| :|n|
+||| = +=t| l
1
a=|| l
2
r, : +| |an =|z m||+ r|m|-
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(a)
2 1 1 2
2 1
t t " "
" "

(b)
2 2 1 1
2 1
t t " "
" "

(c)
2 1 1 2
2 1
t t " "
" "
+
+
` (d)
2 2 1 1
2 1
t t " "
" "
+
+
Q.18 A horizontal cylinder has two
sections of unequal cross-
sections, in which two
pistons can move freely. The
pistons are joined by a string.
Some gas is trapped between the pistons. If this gas is
heated, the pistons will
(a) move to the left
(b) move to the right
(c) remain stationary
(d) either (a) or (b) depending on the inital pressure of
the gas
Q.19 A spherical shell is cut into two pieces
along a chord as shown in figure.For the
points P & Q. Gravitational field intensity
I related as :
(a) I
P
> I
Q
(b) I
P
< I
Q
(c) I
P
= I
Q
= 0 (d) I
P
= I
Q
0
Q.20 A hemispherical bowl of radius R is set rotating about its
axis of symmetry. A small body is kept in the bowl rotates
with the bowl without slipping on its surface. If radius
through the body makes with the axis an angle &
assuming that the surface of the bowl is smooth the angular
velocity with which the bowl is rotating is given by
(a)
cos g
R
(b)
cos g
R
(c)
cos R
g
(d)
cos R
g
(a)
2 1 1 2
2 1
t t " "
" "

(b)
2 2 1 1
2 1
t t " "
" "

(c)
2 1 1 2
2 1
t t " "
" "
+
+
` (d)
2 2 1 1
2 1
t t " "
" "
+
+
Q.18 q+ e| ia i== sz = ==|n
n==| +|e + :| a|s r| i==
:| i=en =+a = = mia +z
=+a r | i=en q+ s| z| |z|
s rq r| i=en| + = +|
m = +|z| r | i: m = +| m= i+| | a| i=en
(a) =|| |z mia +zm
(b) :|| |z mia +zm
(c) i==|z zrm
(d) (a) | (b), m= + |zi-+|+ :|= z in+|z
Q.19 q+ m|=| +|t| +| q+ || + ni:t| :|
e+s| = +|e| |a| r| ia = i:a|| n=|z
i=-:| P Q + i=q m=.| e| a|a| I +
i=q =-=-| r|m|-
(a) I
P
> I
Q
(b) I
P
< I
Q
(c) I
P
= I
Q
= 0 (d) I
P
= I
Q
0
Q.20 R i| +| q+ m| =|+|z |=| =+| ==i=ia e| +
=|e| r||n +z zr| r| q+ e|e = is +| |= = za|| |a| r
| |= +| =ar z i=n| i+== |= + =|=| r||n +z zr| r|
i: is = |a| r i| e| + =|=| +|| =n|a| r a=|| r
=|na rq i+ |= +| =ar ia+n| r, |= + r||n +| +|||
m r|m|
(a)
cos g
R
(b)
cos g
R
(c)
cos R
g
(d)
cos R
g
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Q.21 The load extension curves for two wires is shown in
figure. If the dimensions of the two
wires is the same then the Young
modulus is
(a) greater for A
(b) greater for B
(c) equal for A & B
(d) none of the above
Q.22 A sound source of frequency 170 Hz is placed near a
wall. A man walking from the source towards the wall
finds that there is periodic rise and fall of sound intensity.
If the speed of sound in air is 340 m/sec, the distance
separating the two adjacent positions of min. intensity is
(a) (1/2) m (b) (3/2) m
(c) 1m (d) 2m
Q.23 A spring-block system undergoes vertical oscillation
above a large horizontal metal sheet with uniform positive
charge. The time period of the oscillation is T. If the
block is given a charge Q, its time period of oscillation
will be
(a) T
(b) > T
(c) < T
(d) > T if Q is positive and < T if Q is negative.
Q.24 A capacitor of capacitance C is charged to a potential
difference V from a cell and then disconnected from it. A
charge + Q is now given to its positive plate. The potential
difference across the capacitor is now
(a) V (b) V +
C
Q
(c) V +
C 2
Q
(d) V
C
Q
, if V < CV
Q.25 The wire loop formed by joining two semicircular sections
of radii R
1
& R
2
, and centre C, carries a current I, as
shown. The magnetic field at C has magnitude
Q.21 :| a|z| + i=q +||z q i=a|z| + ia = i:a|| m r| i:
:|n| a|z| +| i=|q |+|z ==|n r| a| m m||+ r|m|
(a) A + i=q i|+
(b) B + i=q i|+
(c) A B + i=q ==|n
(d) n= = +| nr|
Q.22 170 Hz |ia +| q+ in =|a q+ :||z + |= za|| r| =|a
= :||z +| |z |a| r| i+a in +| a|a| = |a| aa|z
ac| ie|a +za| r| i: in +| | = a|= 340 m/sec r|, a|
-na= a|a| +| :| in+ea= i==|ia| + = :z| r|m| :
(a) (1/2) m (b) (3/2) m
(c) 1m (d) 2m
Q.23 q+ i= m-=| + a q+ =s| ||i.+ e| ia = e + =z
=||z :|=n +za| r| =e z q+ ==|n |n|.=+ |t| r|
:|=n +| |a+|= T r| i: =|+ +| Q |t| i:| | a|
=+ :|=n +| |a +|= r| |m|
(a) T
(b) > T
(c) < T
(d) > T i: Q |n|.=+ r | z < T i: Q =||.=+ r
Q.24 ||iza| C +| q+ =||iz q+ == |z| V i+||-az a+ |it|a
i+| |a| r | z i+z = = +| re| i:| |a| r =+|
|n|.=+ =e +| = |t| + Q i:| |a| r| =||iz z =
i+||-az r|m|
(a) V (b) V +
C
Q
(c) V +
C 2
Q
(d) V
C
Q
, if V < CV
Q.25 :| -||+|z a|s|, in+| i|q R
1
R
2
r, +| |s+z q+
a|z = =n|| |a| r, =+| +-: C r q r ia = :t||q =|
z ||z| I za|a| r| C z a-=+| e| +| iz=|| r|m|
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4
I
Q.26 An electron with K.E = EeV collides with a hydrogen
atom in the ground state. The collision will be elastic
(a) for all values of E
(b) for E < 10.2 eV
(c) for E < 13.6 eV
(d) only for E < 3.4 eV
Q.27 A particle with a specific charge s is fired with a speed
v towards a wall at a distance d, perpendicular to the
wall. What minimum magnetic field must exist in this
region for the particle not to hit the wall ?
(a) v/sd (b) 2v/sd
(c) v/2sd (d) v/4sd
Q.28 A uniform rod of mass m and length " rotates in a
horizontal plane with an angular velocity about a
vertical axis passing through one end. The tension in the
rod at a distance x from the axis is
(a)
2
1
m
2
x (b)
2
1
m
2
"
2
x
(c)
2
1
m
2
"
(
,
\
,
(
j

"
x
1
(d)
2
1
m
"
2

["
2
x
2
]
Q.29 The relation between the polarizing angle
P
and the
critical angle (
c
) is
(a)
P
= tan
1
(cosec
c
) (b)
P
= cot
1
(sin
c
)
(c)
c
= sin
1
(cot
P
) (d) all of the above
Q.30 For a stationary wave
y = 4 sin
(
,
\
,
(
j
30
x
cos (96 t)
where y and x are in cm and t is in sec, the distance between
node and the next antinode is
(a) 7.5 cm (b) 15 cm
(c) 22.5 cm (d) 30 cm
(a) (
(
,
\
,
,
(
j
+
2 1
O
R
1
R
1
2
I
(b) (
(
,
\
,
,
(
j
+
2 1
O
R
1
R
1
4
I
(c) (
(
,
\
,
,
(
j

2 1
O
R
1
R
1
2
I
(d) (
(
,
\
,
,
(
j

2 1
O
R
1
R
1
4
I
Q.26 q+ = +e | n i=+| mia =| K.E = EeV r , r|s | n z=|| =
a=+| = = ==|| = e+z|a| r | e++z .|==| r| m|
(a) E + =+|| =|n| + i=q
(b) E < 10.2 eV + i=q
(c) += E < 13.6 eV+ i=q
(d) += E < 3.4 eV + i=q
Q.27 q+ +| i=+| iit|e |t| s r, d :z| z i==|a q+ :||z +|
|z, :||z + =-=a v a|= = e|s| |a| r| = e| = i+an|
-na= a-=+| e| r|n| a|irq, i== i+ +| :||z = nr|
e+z| =+ ?
(a) v/sd (b) 2v/sd
(c) v/2sd (d) v/4sd
Q.28 m :=|n " =-=| +| q+ ==|n es =+ q+ i=z = mza|
r q+ = e| + =|e| +||| m = e|ia a= = r||n
+za| r| e| = x :z| z es = an| r|m|
(a)
2
1
m
2
x (b)
2
1
m
2
"
2
x
(c)
2
1
m
2
"
(
,
\
,
(
j

"
x
1
(d)
2
1
m
"
2

["
2
x
2
]
Q.29 || +||
P
+|ia+ +|| (
c
) = =-=-| r|m|
(a)
P
= tan
1
(cosec
c
) (b)
P
= cot
1
(sin
c
)
(c)
c
= sin
1
(cot
P
) (d) az|+a =+||
Q.30 q+ m|=| azm +| ==|+z| r
y = 4 sin
(
,
\
,
(
j
30
x
cos (96 t)
r| y x ,==| = a=|| t , =+s = r| in=-: a=|| m= =-:
+ = :z| r|m|
(a) 7.5 cm (b) 15 cm
(c) 22.5 cm (d) 30 cm
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Passage 1.(Q.No. 1 to 5)
Real gases deviate from ideal behaviour and do not obey
ideal gas laws at all temperatures and pressures. The
deviation is observed at low temperature and high
pressure. Deviation of real gas from ideal behaviour is
expressed in terms of compressibility factor (z), which is
mathematically expressed by relation (PV/nRT). Vander
waal applied volume correction and pressure correction
to the ideal gas equation PV=nRT and developed the
equation of state for real gas as :
(
(
,
\
,
,
(
j
+
2
2
V
an
P
(Vnb) =
nRT
The value of constant 'a' gives the idea of the magnitude
of attractive forces between the molecules of the gas. Its
units are atm L
2
mol
2
. The constant 'b' is called co
volume or excluded volume per mol of a gas. Its units are
litre mol
1
.
Q.1 1 mole of SO
2
occupies a volume of 350 mL at 300 K and
50 atm pressure. What is the compressibility factor of the
gas ?
(a) 0.711 (b) 0.211
(c) 0.03 (d) None of these
Q.2 The pressure exerted by 8.5g of ammonia (NH
3
)
contained in 0.5L vessel at 300 K is. (Given for ammonia
a = 4.0 atm L
2
mol
2
, b = 0.036L mol
1)
(a) 15.21 atm (b) 21.51 atm
(c) 10.15 atm (d) 5.15 atm
Q.3 The relationship between P
C
, V
C
and T
C
is
(a) P
C
V
C
= RT
C
(b) P
C
V
C
= 3RT
C
(c) P
C
V
C
=
5
3
RT
C
(d) P
C
V
C
=
8
3
RT
C
Q.4 Van der Waal constants a,b are related with .......... and
................. respectively.
(a) attractive force and bond energy of molecules
(b) volume and repulsive forces
(c) shape and repulsive forces
(d) attractive force and volume
izR;sd lgh mkj ds 3 vad fu/kkZfjr gS
mnttt 1.( . a. 1 a 5)
|=ai+ m= |:t| r|z = iai=a r|a| r a=|| =+|| a| a=||
:|= z |:t| m= in=| +| |=n nr| +za| r| += a| a=||
aa :|= z ia=n ie|a r|a| r| |=ai+ m= + |:t| r|z
= ia=n +| =-|sa| m||+ (z), + :| = +a +za r i=
mi|a| = = (PV/nRT) =-=-| |z| :it|a +za r| |-sz|=
n |:t| m= ==|+z| PV = nRT = |an =t|||n a=|| :|=
=t|||n |z|ia i+| a=|| |=ai+ m= + i=q ==|| ==|+z|
:| :
(
(
,
\
,
,
(
j
+
2
2
V
an
P
(Vnb) = nRT
ina|+ 'a' m= || + = |+|| ==| +| iz=|| :a| r|
=+| +| atm L
2
mol
2
r| ina|+ 'b' m= +| ia =|= =r
|an | ia |an (covolume or excluded volume)
+r=|a| r| =+| +| =|ez =|=
1
r|
Q.1 300 K a=|| 50 atm :|= z 1 =|= SO
2
, 350 mL |an r| za| r |
m= +| =-|sa| m||+ +| r ?
(a) 0.711 (b) 0.211
(c) 0.03 (d) n= = +| nr|
Q.2 300 K z 0.5L | = 8.5 g =|in| (NH
3
) |z| |z|ia :|=
r | (i:| m| r =| in| + i=q a = 4.0 atm L
2
mol
2
,
b = 0.036L mol
1
)
(a) 15.21 atm (b) 21.51 atm
(c) 10.15 atm (d) 5.15 atm
Q.3 P
C
, V
C
a=|| T
C
+ = =-=-| r
(a) P
C
V
C
= RT
C
(b) P
C
V
C
= 3RT
C
(c) P
C
V
C
=
5
3
RT
C
(d) P
C
V
C
=
8
3
RT
C
Q.4 |-sz |= ina| + a,b +=t| .......... a=|| ................. =
=-=i-|a r|
(a) |+|| == a=|| || +| =-| =|
(b) |an a=|| ia+|| ==
(c) |+|z a=|| ia+|| ==
(d) |+|| == a=|| |an
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Q.5 Al relatively high pressure, for 1 mole of a gas van der
Waal's equation reduces to
(a) PV = RT (b) PV = RT a/V
(c) PV = RT + Pb (d) PV = RT a/V
2
Each correct answer carries three marks.
Passage 2. (Q.No. 6 to 10)
There are two types of ethers. One is epoxide (oxirane)
and another one is crown ether. Epoxides are cyclic ethers
in which three membered ring is present.
Ethylene oxide (oxirane) is the most important member
of this class. Epoxide is a poisonous, flammable gas.
Like other ethers an epoxide is converted by acid into
protonated epoxide which can then undergo attack by
any nucleophilic reagent.
So it has the tendency to open up the ring, the oxygen
combines with the reactive hydrogen of various
compounds forming a hydroxy compound. Another one
is crown ether. The crown ethers are heterocyclic poly
ethers usually with at least four oxygen atoms. These are
called crown ethers because they have crown like shape.
Their name consists of two numbers. The first of the two
numbers is the total number of atoms in the ring the
second is number of oxygen atoms.

Crown ethers have the ability of forming complexes with
positive ions like Na
+
, K
+
and Li
+
.
Q.6 + LiAlH
4
(A), (A) is
(a) CH
3
CHO (b) CH
3
CH
2
OH
(c) CH
2
=CH
2
(d) CH
2
OHCH
2
OH
Q.5 a=n|.=+ = = aa :|= z 1 m= + 1 =|= + i=q, |-sz|=
==|+z| r
(a) PV = RT (b) PV = RT a/V
(c) PV = RT + Pb (d) PV = RT a/V
2
izR;sd lgh mkj ds 3 vad fu/kkZfjr gS
mnttt 2.( . a. 6 a 10)
r| :| +|z + =|z r| q+ |+=|s (|+=|zn) a=|| :=z|
+|an =|z| |+=|s a+| =|z r in= a|n =:=| =
ai==|a r , qi=|=|n | +=|s (|+=|z n) =+|
=r.| =:= r| |+=|s q+ i||+a, =nt||= m= r|
:=z =|z| + ==|n r| | +=|s, -= |z| |e|n|+a | +=|s
= iziaa r| |a| r i= z n|i+|+ =nr| i+|+=+ |+=|
+z =+a| r|
=i=q == = +| a||=n +| +ia r| |+=|n, ii+|-n
|im+| +| i+|t||= r|s|n = s |a| r a=|| q+ r|s|+=|
|im+ =n|a| r| :=z| +|an =|z r| +|an =|z i|= a+|
|=|=|z r =|=|-a in= += = += a|z |+=|n z=||
r|a r| +|an =|z =i=q +r=|a r +|i+ r +|an +| azr
|+|z za|a r| n+ n|= = :| =a|q r|a| r| :| = = r=|,
= = ai==|a += z=||| +| =a| r a=|| :=z| |+=|n
z=||| +| =a| r|
+|an =|z = Na
+
, K
+
a=|| Li
+
+ =|=| i== +z =+= =n|n +|
=|== r|
Q.6 + LiAlH
4
(A), (A) r
(a) CH
3
CHO (b) CH
3
CH
2
OH
(c) CH
2
=CH
2
(d) CH
2
OHCH
2
OH
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Q.7
OH CH
ONa CH
3
3
x, x is
(a)
OH CH CH
|
OCH
2 2
3

(b) CH
3
CH
2
OH
(c) CH
3
CH
2
OH (d) None of these
Q.8 In the given reaction
+

H / HOH ) ii (
MgBr CH ) i (
3
[X]
[X] will be
(a)
3
2 3
CH
|
OH CH CH CH
(b)
OH
|
CH CH CH CH
3 2 3

(c)
3
3 3
CH
|
CH C CH
|
OH

(d) CH
3
CH = CH
2
Q.9 Which of the following is correctly matched ?
(a)
3
3 2 3
3
CH
|
CH C O CH CH
|
CH


+
H / HOH
S
N
1
(b) CH CHCH
3 2
O


+
H / HOH
S
N
1
(c)

OH H C / O CH
3 3
S
N
2
(d) all are correct
Q.10 Select the correct statement (s) about crown ether
[18] crown 6
(1) It is a cyclic polyether
(2) It has total 18 atoms
(3) It has 12 carbon atoms
(4) It has 6 oxygen atoms
(a) only 1 (b) 1,2,3 and 4
(c) 2 and 3 (d) only 2
Q.7
OH CH
ONa CH
3
3
x, x r
(a)
OH CH CH
|
OCH
2 2
3

(b) CH
3
CH
2
OH
(c) CH
3
CH
2
OH (d) n= = +| nr|
Q.8 i+|i+|
+

H / HOH ) ii (
MgBr CH ) i (
3
[X] =
[X] r|m|
(a)
3
2 3
CH
|
OH CH CH CH
(b)
OH
|
CH CH CH CH
3 2 3

(c)
3
3 3
CH
|
CH C CH
|
OH

(d) CH
3
CH = CH
2
Q.9 in-n = = +|n=| =r| ==i=a r ?
(a)
3
3 2 3
3
CH
|
CH C O CH CH
|
CH


+
H / HOH
S
N
1
(b) CH CHCH
3 2
O


+
H / HOH
S
N
1
(c)

OH H C / O CH
3 3
S
N
2
(d) az|+a =+|| =r| r
Q.10 +|an =|z [18] +|an 6 + i=q =r| +=|n| +| an +|iq
(1) r q+ a+| |=|=|z r
(2) r += 18 z=|| za|a| r
(3) r 12 +|=n z=|| za|a| r
(4) r 6 |+=|n z=|| za|a| r
(a) += 1 (b) 1,2,3 a=|| 4
(c) 2 a=|| 3 (d) + = 2
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Q.11 Consider the following compounds

order of basicity of these compounds in decreasing order
is
(a) 4 > 1 > 2 > 3 (b) 1 > 3 > 4 > 2
(c) 2 > 3 > 4 > 1 (d) 1 > 3 > 2 > 4
Q.12 Consider the following carbanions
()
()
()
(IV)
Correct decreasing order of stability is
(a) II > III > IV > I (b) III > IV > I > II
(c) IV > I > II > III (d) I > II > III > IV
Q.13 In the given reaction :
CH
3
C C H
Cl NH
Cl Cu
4
2 2
[X]
[X] will be
(a) CH
3
C C Cu
(b) CH
3
CCCCCH
3
(c) CH
3
CH=CHCCCH
3
(d) CH
2
=C=CH
2
fuEu iz'u x|ka'k ij vk/kkfjr ugha gS :
(t+ ar| z-tz + 3 + itttiza r)
Q.11 in-n |im+| +| =|+n +|iq

n |im+| + e||z+a| +| r|ea| r| += r
(a) 4 > 1 > 2 > 3 (b) 1 > 3 > 4 > 2
(c) 2 > 3 > 4 > 1 (d) 1 > 3 > 2 > 4
Q.12 in-n +|==||n| +| =|+n +|iq
()
()
()
(IV)
==||i. +| r|ea| r| =r| += r
(a) II > III > IV > I (b) III > IV > I > II
(c) IV > I > II > III (d) I > II > III > IV
Q.13 i+|i+| :
CH
3
C C H
Cl NH
Cl Cu
4
2 2
[X] =
[X] r|m|
(a) CH
3
C C Cu
(b) CH
3
CCCCCH
3
(c) CH
3
CH=CHCCCH
3
(d) CH
2
=C=CH
2
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Q.14 In the given reaction
+

H / HOH ) ii (
) excess ( MgBr CH ) i (
5 6 5 6
3
H C C C H C
|| ||
O O
Product,
Product will be
(a)
3 3
5 6 5 6
CH CH
| |
H C C C H C
| |
OH OH

(b)
3
5 6 5 6
CH
|
H C C C H C
|| |
O OH

(c) C
6
H
5
COOH
(d) C
6
H
5
CHOH CHOH C
6
H
5
Q.15 In the reaction sequence :

] Z [ ] Y [ ] X [ CHO H C
H / O H / O P H / OH NH
5 6
2 5 2 2

+ +

[X], [Y], and [Z] respectively be


(a) C
6
H
5
CH = NOH, C
6
H
5
CN, C
6
H
5
COOH
(b) C
6
H
5
CH=NOH, C
6
H
5
CONH
2
, C
6
H
5
COOH
(c) C
6
H
5
CH = NOH , C
6
H
5
COOH, C
6
H
5
CONH
2
(d) C
6
H
5
CH = NOH, C
6
H
5
COOH, C
6
H
5
CN
Q.16 Tautomerism is not exhibited by
(a) (b)
(c) (d)
Q.14 :| m i+|i+| =
+

H / HOH ) ii (
) excess ( MgBr CH ) i (
5 6 5 6
3
H C C C H C
|| ||
O O
a.|:,
a.|: r|m|
(a)
3 3
5 6 5 6
CH CH
| |
H C C C H C
| |
OH OH

(b)
3
5 6 5 6
CH
|
H C C C H C
|| |
O OH

(c) C
6
H
5
COOH
(d) C
6
H
5
CHOH CHOH C
6
H
5
Q.15 in-n i+|i+| += = :

] Z [ ] Y [ ] X [ CHO H C
H / O H / O P H / OH NH
5 6
2 5 2 2

+ +

[X], [Y], a=|| [Z] +=t| r


(a) C
6
H
5
CH = NOH, C
6
H
5
CN, C
6
H
5
COOH
(b) C
6
H
5
CH=NOH, C
6
H
5
CONH
2
, C
6
H
5
COOH
(c) C
6
H
5
CH = NOH , C
6
H
5
COOH, C
6
H
5
CONH
2
(d) C
6
H
5
CH = NOH, C
6
H
5
COOH, C
6
H
5
CN
Q.16 a=|a| i+=+ |z| :it|a nr| r|a| r
(a) (b)
(c) (d)
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Q.17 Molar mass of a certain gas A is half that of B. If r.m.s.
speed of molecules of A at certain temperature is 200
ms
1
. The r.m.s speed of B at the temperature half of
that of A will be
(a) same (b) 100 ms
1
(c) 300 ms
1
(d) 400 ms
1
Q.18 Oxidation number of sulphur in H
2
SO
5
is
(a) +2 (b) +4
(c) +8 (d) +6
Q.19 The half life of a first order reaction A B + C is 10
minutes. The concentration of A would be reduced to
10% of the original concentration is
(a) 10 minutes (b) 90 minutes
(c) 33 minutes (d) 70 minutes
Q.20 IUPAC name of the compound
(a) 8methyl Bicyclo [4.3.0] nonane
(b) 4methyl Bicyclo [4.0.3] nonane
(c) 2methyl Bicyclo [4.3.0] nonane
(d) None of these
Q.21 H
combustion
of NH
3
and H
2
gases are 9.06 Kcal and
68.9 Kcal respectively. H
formation
of ammonia in Kcal
mol
1
is
(a) +94.3 (b) + 112.3
(c) 112.3 (d) 94.3
Q.22 On the basis of information available from the reaction
3 2 2
O Al
3
2
O Al
3
4
+
; G = 827 KJ mol
1
of O
2
. The minimum emf required
to carry out electrolysis of Al
2
O
3
is
(F = 96500 C mol
1
)
(a) 8.56 V (b) 2.14 V (c) 4.28 V (d) 6.42 V
Q.23 If the solubility of lithium sodium hexafluoro aluminate
Li
3
Na
3
(AlF
6
)
2
is 'S' mol lt
1
its solubility product is
equal to
(a) S
8
(b) 12S
8
(c) 18S
8
(d) 2916S
8
Q.17 q+ m= A +| =|=z :=|n, B +| ||| r| i: initaa a| z
|| +| m =| == m 200 ms
1
r A = || a| z B +|
m =| == m +| r|m|
(a) ==|n (b) 100 ms
1
(c) 300 ms
1
(d) 400 ms
1
Q.18 H
2
SO
5
= =-+z +| |+=|+z| =a| r
(a) +2 (b) +4
(c) +8 (d) +6
Q.19 =|= +|ie i+|i+| A B + C +| | 10 i=ne r| A +|
=|-:a|, |=ai+ =|-:a| = 10% a+ r|ea| r
(a) 10 i=ne (b) 90 i=ne
(c) 33 i=ne (d) 70 i=ne
Q.20 |im+ +| IUPAC n|= r
(a) 8=i=|= =|=|+=| [4.3.0] n|nn
(b) 4=i=|= =|=|+=| [4.0.3] n|nn
(c) 2=i=|= =|=|+=| [4.3.0] n|nn
(d) n= = +| nr|
Q.21 NH
3
a=|| H
2
m=| + i=q H
:rn
+=t| 9.06 Kcal a=|| 68.9
Kcal r| Kcal mol
1
= =|in| +| H
in=||
r
(a) +94.3 (b) + 112.3
(c) 112. (d) 94.3
Q.22 i+|i+| 3 2 2
O Al
3
2
O Al
3
4
+
| z| a=| = an| | + | | | z z O
2
+|
; G = 827 KJ mol
1
r | Al
2
O
3
+ iaa r|en + i=q
|t+ -na= iaa |r+ == r|
(F = 96500 C mol
1
)
(a) 8.56 V (b) 2.14 V (c) 4.28 V (d) 6.42 V
Q.23 i: =|i=|= =| is= r +=| +=| z| q- i=n e Li
3
Na
3
(AlF
6
)
2
+|
i= a| 'S' =| = =|ez
1
r a| =+| i= a| m|n+= =z|=z r
(a) S
8
(b) 12S
8
(c) 18S
8
(d) 2916S
8
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Q.24 Inorganic graphite is
(a) B
3
N
3
H
6
(b) B
2
H
6
(c) BN (d) BF
3
Q.25 Which of the following pairs contains species which
donot exist ?
(a) NH
3
, NF
3
(b) NCl
5
, PCl
5
(c) BiCl
5
, NCl
5
(d) BiCl
5
, SeF
6
Q.26 Difference between H and U for the combustion of
benzene at 27C is
(a) 7.48 KJ (b) 3.74 KJ
(c) 14.86 KJ (d) 5.73 KJ
Q.27 In a reaction A + 2B 2C, If 2.0 moles of A, 3.0
moles of B and 2.0 moles of C are placed in a flask of
2L capacity and equilibrium concentration of C is 0.5
mol L
1
. The value of equilibrium constant K
c
of the
reaction is
(a) 0.073 (b) 0.147 (c) 0.05 (d) 0.026
Q.28 What is the percentage hydrolysis of NaCN in N/80
solution when the dissociation constant for HCN is
1.3 10
9
and K
w
= 1.0 10
14
(a) 2.48 (b) 5.26 (c) 8.2 (d) 9.6
Q.29 For a gaseous reaction following data is given
A B, K
1
= 10
15

T
2000
e

and
C D, K
2
= 10
14
T
1000
e

the temperature at which


K
1
= K
2
is
(a) 1000 K (b) 2000 K
(c) 868.82 K (d) 434.2 K
Q.30 The activation energy for a hypothetical reaction
A X is 12.49 K cal mol
1
. If temperature is raised to
305 K from 295K. The reaction rate increases by (Given
R = 0.002 K cal k
1
mol
1
antilog 0.306 = 2.02)
(a) 100 % (b) 50 % (c) 75 % (d) 10 %
Q.24 +|=in+ m+|e r
(a) B
3
N
3
H
6
(b) B
2
H
6
(c) BN (d) BF
3
Q.25 in-n = = i+= -= +| =|t|| +| i=a. nr| r ?
(a) NH
3
, NF
3
(b) NCl
5
, PCl
5
(c) BiCl
5
, NCl
5
(d) BiCl
5
, SeF
6
Q.26 27C z =-|n + :rn + i=q H a=|| U + = -az +|
r
(a) 7.48 KJ (b) 3.74 KJ
(c) 14.86 KJ (d) 5.73 KJ
Q.27 q+ i+|i+| A + 2B 2C, = i: 2.0 =|= A, 3.0 =|= B
a=|| 2.0 =|= C +| 2L e|=a| + +=|=+ = za|| |a| r a=|| C +|
=|- =|-:a| 0.5 mol L
1
r| i+|i+| + =|- ina|+ K
c
+|
=|n r
(a) 0.073 (b) 0.147 (c) 0.05 (d) 0.026
Q.28 N/80 i=n = NaCN +| iat|a = r|en +| r|m| =
HCN + i =q i | n i na| + 1.3 10
9
a=| |
K
w
= 1.0 10
14
r
(a) 2.48 (b) 5.26 (c) 8.2 (d) 9.6
Q.29 q+ m=| i+|i+| + i=q in-n |+s i:q mq r
A B, K
1
= 10
15

T
2000
e

a=||
C D, K
2
= 10
14

T
1000
e

a| i = z
K
1
= K
2
r
(a) 1000 K (b) 2000 K
(c) 868.82 K (d) 434.2 K
Q.30 q+ +|-in+ i+|i+| A X + i=q =i+| =|
12.49 K cal mol
1
r| i: a| 295K = 305 K a+ =c|| |a|
r , a= i +| i +| :z =ca| r | (i :| r
R = 0.002 K cal k
1
mol
1
antilog 0.306 = 2.02)
(a) 100 % (b) 50 % (c) 75 % (d) 10 %
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Each correct answer carries three marks.
Passage 1.(Q.No. 1 to 5)
The locus of a point in a plane which moves in the plane
in such a way that the ratio of its distance from a fixed
point (called focus) in the same plane to its distance from
a fixed line (called directrix) is always constant which is
always greater than unity, is called a
'Hyperbola'.
In general four normals can be drawn from a point to the
hyperbola. Asymptote to a curve touches the curve at
infinity. A hyperbola whose asymptotes are at right angles
to each other is called a rectangular hyperbola.
On the basis of above passage answer the following
questions :
Q.1 For hyperbola

2
2
cos
x

2
2
sin
y
= 1, which of the
following remains constant with change in '' ?
(a) abscissa of vertices (b) abscissa of foci
(c) eccentricity (d) directrix
Q.2 If x = 9 is the chord of contact of the hyperbola
x
2
y
2
= 9, then the equation of the corresponding pair
of tangents is :
(a) 9x
2
8y
2
+ 18x 9 = 0 (b) 9x
2
8y
2
18x + 9 = 0
(c) 9x
2
8y
2
18x 9 = 0 (d) 9x
2
8y
2
+ 18x + 9 = 0
Q.3 A normal to the hyperbola
2
2
2
2
b
y
a
x

= 1, meets the axes


in Q and R, and lines QS and RS are drawn at right angles
to the co-ordinate axes to meet at S. Then the locus of S
is
(a) a
2
x
2
b
2
y
2
= (a
2
+ b
2
)
2
(b) a
2
x
2
+ b
2
y
2
= (a
2
+ b
2
)
2
(c) a
2
x
2
b
2
y
2
= (a
2
+ b
2
)
2
(d) None of these
Q.4 A series of hyperbolas are such that the length of their
transverse axis is 2a. The locus of a point P on each such
that its distance from the transverse axis is equal to its
distance from an asymptote, is
(a) (y
2
+ x
2
)
2
= 4x
2
(x
2
a
2
) (b) (y
2
x
2
)
2
= 4x
2
(x
2
a
2
)
(c) (y
2
x
2
)
2
= 4x
2
(x
2
+ a
2
) (d) None of these
izR;sd lgh mkj ds 3 vad fu/kkZfjr gSa
mnttt 1.( . a. 1 a 5)
q+ ==a= = q+ i=-: +| i=-:=| |i+ ==a= = = +|z
mia +za| r i+ =+| q+ initaa i=-: = a=|| q+ initaa za||
= :z| +| n|a =: az zra| r a=|| =: +| = i|+
r|a| r, iaz= +r=|a| r|
=|=|-a q+ i=-: = iaz= z a|z i+|=-= a||a |
=+a r| q+ + +| n-a =t|| + +| n-a z =t| +za| r|
q+ iaz= i=+| n-a =it|| ==+|| z r|, q+
|a| iaz= +r=|a| r|
i= mnttt + ttttz z i=iaieta tt + z-tz e|iq:-
Q.1 iaz=

2
2
cos
x

2
2
sin
y
= 1 + i=q, in-n = = +|n ''
= izan z az zrm| ?
(a) t||| +| +| (b) n|i+|| +| +|
(c) a.+-:a| (d) ina|
Q.2 i: x = 9, iaz= x
2
y
2
= 9 +| =t| || r, a| =ma =t|
za|| -= +| ==|+z| r|m| :
(a) 9x
2
8y
2
+ 18x 9 = 0 (b) 9x
2
8y
2
18x + 9 = 0
(c) 9x
2
8y
2
18x 9 = 0 (d) 9x
2
8y
2
+ 18x + 9 = 0
Q.3 iaz=
2
2
2
2
b
y
a
x

= 1 +| q+ i+|=-= e|| +| Q a=|| R z


i==a| r a=|| in:t|| e|| = ==+|| z za||q QS a=|| RS a||a|
m r | S z i==a| r a| S +| i=-:=| r
(a) a
2
x
2
b
2
y
2
= (a
2
+ b
2
)
2
(b) a
2
x
2
+ b
2
y
2
= (a
2
+ b
2
)
2
(c) a
2
x
2
b
2
y
2
= (a
2
+ b
2
)
2
(d) n= = +| nr|
Q.4 iaz=| +| q+ || = +|z r i+ n+| n==| e| +|
=-=| 2a r| n= = .+ z a= i=-: P +| i=-:=| = +|z
i+ =+| n==| e| = :z| =+| n-a =t|| = :z| + =z|=z
r , r|m|
(a) (y
2
+ x
2
)
2
= 4x
2
(x
2
a
2
) (b) (y
2
x
2
)
2
= 4x
2
(x
2
a
2
)
(c) (y
2
x
2
)
2
= 4x
2
(x
2
+ a
2
) (d) n= = +| nr|
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Q.5 A variable straight line of slope 4 intersects the
hyperbola xy = 1 at two points. The locus of the point
which divides the line segment between these points in
the ratio 1 : 2, is
(a) 16x
2
+ 10xy + y
2
2 = 0
(b) 16x
2
10xy + y
2
2 = 0
(c) 16x
2
+ 10xy y
2
2 = 0
(d) 16x
2
10xy y
2
+ 2 = 0
Each correct answer carries three marks.
Passage 2. (Q.No. 6 to 10)
Physical Quantities are divided into two categories scalar
quantities and vector quantities. Those quantities which
have only magnitude and which are not related to any
fixed direction in space are called 'scalars'. Second kind of
quantities are those which have both magnitude and
direction such quantities are called 'vectors'.
The various types of vector's are :
(i) Unit vector
(ii) Collinear or parallel vectors
(iii) Co-planar vectors
We can use the vector concept to find the volume of a
tetrahedron, vector equation of a line passing through two
points, bisector of the angle between two vectors. We also
use the vector product in mechanics to find the moment
of a force.
On the basis of above passage answer the following
questions:
Q.6 Let a
&
= 2 i

+ j

+ k

, b
&
= i

+ 2 j

and a unit vector


c
&
be coplanar. If c
&
is perpendicular to a
&
, then c
&
is
equal to
(a)
2
1
( j

+ k

) (b)
3
1
( i

)
(c)
5
1
( i

2 j

) (d)
5
1
( i

)
Q.7 The moment about a line through the origin having the
direction of 2 i

2 j

+k

due to a 30 kg force acting at a


point (4, 2, 5) in the direction of 12 i

4 j

3k

, is
Q.5 |a| 4 +| q+ az =z= za|| iaz= xy = 1 +| :| i=-:|
z =t| +za| r| a= i=-: +| i=-:=| | n i=-:| + =
i==|a za||a|s +| 1 : 2 + n|a = i+||ia +za| r, r|m|
(a) 16x
2
+ 10xy + y
2
2 = 0
(b) 16x
2
10xy + y
2
2 = 0
(c) 16x
2
+ 10xy y
2
2 = 0
(d) 16x
2
10xy y
2
+ 2 = 0
izR;sd lgh mkj ds 3 vad fu/kkZfjr gSa
mnttt 2.( . a. 6 a 10)
+||ia+ z|it|| :| ||| = =|e| |a| r, i:t| z|it| a=|| =i:t|
z|it|| r z|it|| | += iz=|| za|a| r a=|| | ==ie = i+=|
initaa i:t|| = ==i|a nr| r|a|, i:t| z|it| | 'i:t|' +r=|a|
r| ia| +|z +| r z|it|| r in= iz=|| + =|=|-=|=| i:t||
+|| r|a| r| q=| z|it|| =i:t| z|it|| | '=i:t|' +r=|a| r|
=i:t|| + +e +|z in-n r :
(i) +| =i:t|
(ii) =za|| | ==|-az =i:t|
(iii) ==a=| =i:t|
aa+=+ +| |an m|a +zn i=q, :| i=-:| = mzn |=|
za|| +| =i:t| ==|+z| m|a +zn + i=q a=|| :| =i:t|| + =
+|| +| ==i+||+ m|a +zn + i=q r= =i:t| ||z|| +|
a|m +z =+a r| =|=| r| mia+| = == +| |r|| m|a +zn +
i=q r= =i:t| m|n +| a|m +z =+a r|
i= mnttt + ttttz z i=iaieta tt + z-tz e|iq:-
Q.6 =|n| a
&
= 2 i

+ j

+ k

, b
&
= i

+ 2 j

a=|| q+ +| =i:t|
c
&
==a=| r| i: c
&
, a
&
+ =-=a r| a| c
&
=z|=z r
(a)
2
1
( j

+ k

) (b)
3
1
( i

)
(c)
5
1
( i

2 j

) (d)
5
1
( i

)
Q.7 = = i=-: = m zn |=| a= z a|| + =| e| |r| | |
2 i

2 j

+k

+| i:t|| = 30 kg + == + ni:t| r | i+ q+ i=-:


(4, 2, 5) z 12 i

4 j

3k

+| i:t|| = =m zr| r
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(a)
13
760
(b)
13
760
(c)
12
760
(d) None these
Q.8 The position vectors of the vertices A, B and C of a
tetrahedron ABCD are i

+ j

+ k

, i

and 3 i

respectively. The altitude from vertex D to the opposite


face ABC meets the median line through A of the triangle
ABC at a point E. If the length of the side AD is 4 and
the volume of the tetrahedron is
3
2 2
cubic units, the
position vector of the point E for all its possible positions,
is
(a) 3 i

and i

+ 3 j

+ 3k

(b) 3 i

+ j

and i

+ 3 j

+ 3k

(c) 3 i

+ j

+k

and i

+ 3 j

+ 3k

(d) 3 i

and i

+ 3 j

+ 3k

Q.9 In a triangle ABC, D and E are points on BC and AC


respectively, such that BD = 2DC and AE = 3EC. Let P
be the point of intersection of AD and BE. Then by vector
methods
PE
BP
is equal to
(a)
5
8
(b)
7
8
(c)
3
8
(d) None of these
Q.10 The points D, E, F divide the sides BC, CA, AB of triangle
ABC in the ratio 1 : 2 . The pair of lines AD, BE ; BE,
CF; CF, AD meet at P, Q, R respectively. Then by vector
methods area of PQR is equal to
(a)
7
1
area of ABC (b)
2
1
area of ABC
(c)
3
1
area of BQF (d)
7
1
area of BCQ
(a)
13
760
(b)
13
760
(c)
12
760
(d) n= = +| nr|
Q.8 q+ aa+=+ ABCD + t||| A, B a=|| C + i==|ia =i:t| +=t|
i

+ j

+k

, i

a=|| 3 i

r | t||| D = iz|a +=+ ABC z t|||=-=,


i+| ABC +| A = mzn |=| =|i+| +| E z i==a| r|
i: +|| AD +| =-=| 4 r a=|| aa+=+ +| |an
3
2 2
r|n
+| r a| i=-: E +| =+| =+|| =+| i==|ia| = i==|ia =i:t|
r|m|
(a) 3 i

a=|| i

+ 3 j

+ 3k

(b) 3 i

+ j

a=|| i

+ 3 j

+ 3k

(c) 3 i

+ j

+k

a=|| i

+ 3 j

+ 3k

(d) 3 i

a=|| i

+ 3 j

+ 3k

Q.9 q+ i+| ABC = D a=|| E +=t| +|| BC a=|| AC z i=-: =


+| z r i + BD = 2DC a=| |
AE = 3EC| =|n| P, AD a=|| BE +| iae:n i=-: r, a| =i:t|
ii| |z|
PE
BP
=z|=z r
(a)
5
8
(b)
7
8
(c)
3
8
(d) n= = +| nr|
Q.10 i=-: D, E, F i+| ABC +| +||| BC, CA,a=|| AB +| 1 : 2
+ n|a = i+|ia +za| r| za|| -= AD, BE ; BE, CF; CF,
AD +=t| P, Q, R z i==a r, a| =i:t| ii| |z| PQR +|
e|+= =z|=z r
(a)
7
1
ABC +| e|+= (b)
2
1
ABC +| e|+=
(c)
3
1
BQF +| e|+= (d)
7
1
BCQ +| e|+=
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(Each correct answer carries three marks)
Q.11 The domain of the function (x) = sin
1
(log
3
(x /3)) is
(a) [1, 9] (b) [1, 9] (c) [9, 1] (d) [9, 1]
Q.12 The value of
2 x
lim


2 x
3 x 2 1

+ +
is
(a)
3 8
1
(b)
3 4
1
(c) 0 (d) none
Q.13 If the function : R A given by (x) =
1 x
x
2
2
+
is a
surjective, then A =
(a) R (b) [0, 1] (c) (0, 1] (d) [0,1)
Q.14 Let z
1
= 10 + 6i and z
2
= 4 + 6i. If z is a complex number
such that arg (
(
,
\
,
,
(
j

2
1
z z
z z
=
4

, then the value of |z 7 9i|


is equal to :
(a) 2
2
(b) 3
2
(c) 6
2
(d) None
Q.15 The locus of the points representing the complex numbers
z for which
| z | 2 = | z i | | z + 5i | = 0 is
(a) a circle with centre at the origin
(b) a straight line passing through the origin
(c) the single point (0, 2)
(d) none of these
Q.16 If a circle of constant radius 3k passes through the origin
and meets the axes at A and B, the locus of the centroid
of OAB is
(a) x
2
+ y
2
= k
2
(b) x
2
+ y
2
= 2k
2
(c) x
2
+ y
2
= 3k
2
(d) none of these
Q.17 A is a point on the parabola y
2
= 4 ax. The normal at A
cuts the parabola again at the point B. If AB subtends a
right angle at the vertex of the parabola, then the slope of
AB is
(a)
2
(b)
3
(c) 5 (d) None of these
fuEu iz'u x|ka'k ij vk/kkfjr ugha gSa :
(t+ ar| z-tz + 3 + itttiza r )
Q.11 +=n (x) = sin
1
(log
3
(x /3)) +| |-a r
(a) [1, 9] (b) [1, 9] (c) [9, 1] (d) [9, 1]
Q.12
2 x
lim


2 x
3 x 2 1

+ +
+| =|n r
(a)
3 8
1
(b)
3 4
1
(c) 0 (d) +| nr|
Q.13 i: +=n : R A = +|z r i+ (x) =
1 x
x
2
2
+
|e|:+ r,
a| A =
(a) R (b) [0, 1] (c) (0, 1] (d) [0,1)
Q.14 =|n| z
1
= 10 + 6i a=|| z
2
= 4 + 6i. i: z q+ =i-= =a| =
+|z r i+ (
(
,
\
,
,
(
j

2
1
z z
z z
=
4

, a| |z 7 9i| +| =|n =z|=z r :


(a) 2
2
(b) 3
2
(c) 6
2
(d) +| nr|
Q.15 a= i=-: +| i=-:=| | =i-= =a| z |z| +a i+| |a| r
a=|| i=+ i=q | z | 2=| z i || z + 5i | = 0 , r, in-n r-
(a) q+ a i=+| +-: == i=-: z r
(b) == i=-: = mzn |=| q+ za||
(c) q+ i=-: (0, 2)
(d) n= = +| nr|
Q.16 i: az i| 3k +| q+ a == i=-: = mza| r a=|| e|| +|
A a=|| B z i==a| r, a| OAB + +-:+ +| i=-:=| r
(a) x
2
+ y
2
= k
2
(b) x
2
+ y
2
= 2k
2
(c) x
2
+ y
2
= 3k
2
(d) n= = +| nr|
Q.17 z= y
2
= 4 ax z A q+ i=-: r| A z i+|=-= z= +|
n i=-: B z +|ea| r| i: AB z= + t||| z q+ ==+||
-aiza +za| r, a| AB +| |a| r
(a)
2
(b)
3
(c) 5 (d) n= = +| nr|
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Q.18 Let O be the origin, and let A (1, 0), B (0, 1) be two points.
If P(x, y) is a point such that xy > 0 and
x + y < 1, then
(a) P lies either inside OAB or in third quadrant
(b) P cannot be inside OAB
(c) P lies inside the OAB
(d) none of these
Q.19 If (x) = sin

2
x ] x [
3
for 2 < x < 3 and [x] denotes the
greatest integer less than or equal to x, then ' ( 3 / ) is
equal to
(a)
3 /
(b)
3 /
(c)

(d) none of these
Q.20 If ax +
x
b
c, for all positive values of x and
a, b, c are positive constants, then
(a) ab
4
c
2
(b) ab <
4
c
2
(c) bc
4
a
2
(d) ac
4
b
2
Q.21 If x = sec tan and y = cosec + cot then :
(a) x =
1 y
1 y +
(b) x =
2 x
2 y
(c) xy + x + y + 1 = 0
(d) yx + x y + 1 = 0
Q.22 The number of points inside or on the circle x
2
+ y
2
= 4
satisfying tan
4
x +cot
4
x + 1 = 3 sin
2
y is
(a) 1 (b) 2
(c) 4 (d) none of these
Q.18 =|n| O == i=-: r a=|| =|n| A (1, 0), B (0, 1) :| i=-: r| i:
P(x, y) q+ i=-: = +|z r i+ xy > 0 a=|| x + y < 1, a|
(a) P, | a| OAB = | aa| aa=||t| = i==|a r|m|
(b) P, OAB = i==|a nr| r|m|
(c) P, OAB = i==|a r|m|
(d) n= = +| nr|
Q.19 i: 2 < x < 3 + i=q (x) = sin

2
x ] x [
3
r a=|| [x] =r-|=
||+ x +| +a +za| r, a| ' ( 3 / ) =z|=z r
(a)
3 /
(b)
3 /
(c)

(d) n= = +| nr|
Q.20 i: ax +
x
b
c, x + =+|| |n|.=+ =|n| + i=q a=|| a, b, c
|n|.=+ az r, a|
(a) ab
4
c
2
(b) ab <
4
c
2
(c) bc
4
a
2
(d) ac
4
b
2
Q.21 i: x = sec tan a=|| y = cosec + cot r, a| :
(a) x =
1 y
1 y +
(b) x =
2 x
2 y
(c) xy + x + y + 1 = 0
(d) yx + x y + 1 = 0
Q.22 -| x
2
+ y
2
= 4 + -:z | -| z i==|a i=-:| +| =a|
| tan
4
x +cot
4
x + 1 = 3 sin
2
y +| =ae +za r, r|m|
(a) 1 (b) 2
(c) 4 (d) n= = +| nr|
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Q.23 The number of distinct terms in the expansion of
(x + 2y 3z +5 7u)
10
is
(a) 11 (b)
14
C
4
(c)
14
C
11
(d)
14
C
9
Q.24 If p, q {1, 2, 3, 4}, the number of equations of the form
px
2
+ qx + 1 = 0 having real roots is
(a) 15 (b) 9 (c) 7 (d) 8
Q.25 The coefficient of x
3
in
6
3
5
x
3
x
(
(
,
\
,
,
(
j
+ is
(a) 0 (b) 120 (c) 420 (d) 540
Q.26 The coefficient of n
r
in the expansion of log
10
(
,
\
,
(
j
1 n
n
is
(a)
10 log r
1
e
(b)
10 log r
1
e
(c)
10 log ! r
1
e

(d) none of these


Q.27 If b c, 2b x and b a are in H.P., then
a (x/2),b (x/2) and c(x/2)are in
(a) A.P. (b) G.P.
(c) H.P. (d) none of these
Q.28 If 0 x and
x 2
sin
81 +
x 2
cos
81 = 30, then x is not equal
to
(a)
6

(b)
6
5
(c)
3
2
(d)
2

Q.29 The maximum value of 12 sin 9 sin


2
is
(a) 3 (b) 4
(c) 5 (d) none of these
Q.30 log
4
(x
2
+ x) log
4
(x + 1) = 2 then value of x is
(a) 1 (b) 2
(c) 4 (d) 16
Q.23 (x + 2y 3z +5 7u)
10
+ =|z = i+|-n :| +| =a|
r| m|
(a) 11 (b)
14
C
4
(c)
14
C
11
(d)
14
C
9
Q.24 i: p, q {1, 2, 3, 4},a| px
2
+ qx + 1 = 0 = +| ==|+z|| +|
=a| in+ == |=ai+ r, r|m|
(a) 15 (b) 9 (c) 7 (d) 8
Q.25
6
3
5
x
3
x
(
(
,
\
,
,
(
j
+ = x
3
+| m||+ r
(a) 0 (b) 120 (c) 420 (d) 540
Q.26 log
10
(
,
\
,
(
j
1 n
n
+ =|z = n
r
+| m||+ r
(a)
10 log r
1
e
(b)
10 log r
1
e
(c)
10 log ! r
1
e

(d) n= = +| nr|
Q.27 i: b c, 2b x a=|| b a rz|.=+ || = r , a|
a (x/2),b (x/2) a=|| c(x/2)
(a) =.. = r|m (b) m. . = r|m
(c) r.. = r|m (d) n= = +| nr|
Q.28 i: 0 x a=||
x sin
2
81 +
x cos
2
81 = 30,a| x =z|=z nr| r
(a)
6

(b)
6
5
(c)
3
2
(d)
2

Q.29 12 sin 9 sin


2
+| i|+a= =|n r
(a) 3 (b) 4
(c) 5 (d) n= = +| nr|
Q.30 log
4
(x
2
+ x) log
4
(x + 1) = 2 r|, a| x +| =|n r
(a) 1 (b) 2
(c) 4 (d) 16
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Q.8 (b) Q.9 (b) Q.10 (d) Q.11 (b) Q.12 (c) Q.13 (c) Q.14 (a)
Q.15 (c) Q.16 (c) Q.17 (a) Q.18 (b) Q.19 (d) Q.20 (c) Q.21 (a)
Q.22 (c) Q.23 (a) Q.24 (c) Q.25 (d) Q.26 (b) Q.27 (a) Q.28 (d)
Q.29 (d) Q.30 (b)
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Q.8 (b) Q.9 (d) Q.10 (b) Q.11 (d) Q.12 (a) Q.13 (c) Q.14 (a)
Q.15 (a) Q.16 (b) Q.17 (b) Q.18 (d) Q.19 (c) Q.20 (a) Q.21 (d)
Q.22 (b) Q.23 (d) Q.24 (c) Q.25 (c) Q.26 (b) Q.27 (c) Q.28 (a)
Q.29 (d) Q.30 (a)
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Q.8 (a) Q.9 (c) Q.10 (a) Q.11 (a) Q.12 (a) Q.13 (d) Q.14 (b)
Q.15 (c) Q.16 (d) Q.17 (a) Q.18 (a) Q.19 (b) Q.20 (a) Q.21 (d)
Q.22 (b) Q.23 (b) Q.24 (c) Q.25 (d) Q.26 (a) Q.27 (b) Q.28 (d)
Q.29 (b) Q.30 (d)