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RESONANCE SOLAPT1110412 - 1

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AIEEE PREPARATORY TEST-1 (APT-1)
TARGET : AIEEE - 2012
PART A
CHEMISTRY
4. FCC = R 2 2
=
2 2
× 0.144 nm.
= 0.407nm.
5. Order of degree of dissociation is
Tri fluoroacetic acid > Trichloroacetic acid > acetic acid
therefore number of particles are maximum in trifluoroacetic
acid and minimum in acetic acid.
6. i = 1 + ! (n–1)
= 1 +
4
3
(3 – 1)
= 1 +
2
3
= 2.5
0.75 = 2.5 ×
111
w
×
5 . 2
1
× 0.0821 × 300
w = 3.38gm.
7. (Rate)
1
= K[X]
2
(Rate)
2
= K[3X]
2
= 9K[X]
2
(Rate)
2
= 9 (Rate)
1
9. w =
2
63
×
96500
1
× 1.5 × 600
= 0.293 gm.
10. ‘N’ atom is sp
3
11. As .E
1
is not very high, element Z cannot belong to group-15 or
group-17. As successive .E. increases therefore element be-
long to group- .
12. Quantity of acid initially =
1000
2 . 0 40#
= 8 × 10
–3
mole
Buffer capacity will be maximum when
1
] Acid [
] Salt [

% pH = pK
a
& quantity of salt = quantity of acid = 4 × 10
–3
mole
This happens when acid is hald neutralized i.e.
Now, quantity of salt formed = quantity of NaOH added = 4 × 10

3
mole ...(1)
so molarity of NaOH = 0.2 M
% n
NaOH
=
1000
2 . 0 V #
....(ii)
from (1) & (2)
V = 20 ml
13. Red photon will be of minimum energy & 3 2 is transition is of
minimum energy so will be of red photon.
14. H
+
+ e

( )
2
1
H
2
E
red
= E
0
red

1
0591 . 0
log
] H [
) P (
2 / 1
H
2

= 0 –
1
0591 . 0
log

H
1
= – 0.0591 × pH
= –0.0591 × 10 = – 0.591V
pOH = –log10
–2
[OH

] = 2 × 0.5 × 10
–3
= 10
–2
[pOH = 2 pH = 10
15. +G = +H – T+S = 0
% T =
S
H
+
+
=
066 . 0
558 . 30
= 463 K
+G = +H – T+S
= 30.558 – T × 0.066
at T < 463 K, 0.066 T < 463 × 0.066
or 0 < 30.558 – 0.066 T or 0 < +G
Thus at T < 463 K, +G > 0 i.e. process is non spontaneous.
16. 3NaOH + P
4
+ 3H
2
O ( ( PH
3
+ 3NaH
2
PO
2
Phosphine Sodium Hypophosphite
17. They are diagonally related with each other and chlorides of
both beryllium and aluminium have bridged chloride structures in
solid phase.
18. +Gº = +Hº – T+Sº
+H
r
º = (, +
ƒ
Hº)
p
– (, +
ƒ
Hº)
R
= 2 × (+ 40.407) – (+70)
= + 10.814 kJ
+Gº = + 10.814 kJ – 250 × 10 J/K
= + 10.814 kJ – 2500 J = 8314 J
+Gº = – RT n K
8314 = – 8.314 × 250 n K
n K = – 4.
19. Argentitie is sulphide ore (Ag
2
S)
20. + HCl
DATE : 11-04-2012 CLASS-XII / XIII COURSE : ALL INDIA TEST SERIES (VIKALP)
RESONANCE SOLAPT1110412 - 2
21. In parallel wires, similar currents attract and opposite currents
repel.
22. ( ( ( ( (
Fe / Br
2
+
23.
OH – CH
|
OH – CH
2
2
+CH
3
CHO
( ( ( ( ( (
( ( ( ( ( (
HCI aqueous
HCl dry

24. C
2
H
5
– –C
2
H
5
+ CH
3
MgBr (
( ( (
.
O
3
H
25.
( ( ( (
2
SOCl

( ( (
3
H N
. .

( ( ( (
5 2
O P
26. + (
(Diastereomers)
+ (
27. Electronic effect will decide the acidic strength in different ortho
substituted benzoic acid.
28. S
N
2 reaction is not possible in 3° alkyl, bridgehead or aryl halides.
29.
30.
(2-Bromo-1-fluoro-1-iodo-2-nitrobutane)
PART B
PHYSICS
31. If / = 50 × 20 then / L = 201
If / 2= 100 × 20 then / 2L = 401
=
Z
200
2 2
) L ' ( R
200
/
=
2 2
) 40 ( 30
200

= 4 A.
32. According to the figure
Q
1
= T
0
S
0
+
2
1
T
0
S
0
=
2
3
T
0
S
0
S
T
2T
0
S
0
T
0
2S
0
Q
2
= T
0
(2S
0
– S
0
)= T
0
S
0
Q
3
= 0
3 =
1
Q
W
=
1
2 1
Q
Q Q 4
= 1 –
1
2
Q
Q
= 1 –
3
2
=
3
1
33. C =
d
A
0
5
d' = 2d, K = 3
C' =
2
3
C.
34.
2 mv
= 4mV
1
V
1
=
4
2 v
=
2 2
v
.
35. Here, the constant horizontal force required to take the body
from position 1 to position 2 can be calculated by using work-
energy theorem. It is given that body is taken slowly so that its
speed doesn't change, then
+ K = 0
= W
F
+ W
Mg
+ W
tension
[symbols have their usual meanings]
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W
F
= F × )sin 45°,
W
Mg
= M
g
( –  cos 45°), W
tension
= 0
%) F = Mg (
2
– 1)
36.
G =
' S
S G
GS
6
7
8
9
:
;

' S
S G
GS
G

4
% S2=
S G
G
2

.
37. Volume elasticity coefficient :
B =
100 / 1 . 0
g h
V / V
p <

+
+
=
1000 / 1
8 . 9 10 200
3
# #
= 19.6 × 10
8
38. As given E = 10cos(10
7
t + kx)
Comparing it with standard equation of e.m. wave,
E = E
0
cos(/ t + kx)
Amplitude E
0
=10V/m and / = 10
7
rad/s
 c = > =
0
/ >
2
or
7
8
10
10 3 2 c 2 # # 0

/
0
>
= 188.4 m
Also
k
c
/
or
8
7
10 3
10
c
k
#
/

= 0.033
The wave is propagating along y direction
39.
i
ˆ
dx
dV
E 4

= –8x
i
ˆ volt/meter
i
ˆ
8 E
) 2 , 0 , 1 (
4

V/m
40.
AC = BC
V
D
= V
E
W = Q(V
E
– V
D
)
W = 0
41. Magnetic moment of the loop.
M = NIA = 2000 × 2 × 1.5 × 10
–4
= 0.6 J/T
torque ? = MBsin30°
= 0.6 × 5 × 10
–2
×
2
1
= 1.5 × 10
–2
Nm
42. e = –L
dt
di
during 0 to T/4
dt
di
= const.(e & )–ve)
T/4 to T/2
dt
di
= 0 (e & )0)
T/2 to 3T/4
dt
di
= const.(e & )+ve)
44. Refractive index for medium M
1
is
2
10 5 . 1
10 3
v
c
8
8
1
1

#
#

Refractive index for medium M
2
is
2
3
10 0 . 2
10 3
v
c
8
8
2
2

#
#

For total internal reflection\
sini sinC
where i = angle of incidence
C = critical angle
But sinC =
1
2

2
2 / 3
i sin
1
2

& i
6
7
8
9
:
;
4
4
3
sin
1
45. GM = gR
2
V
e
= gR 2 =
R
R
GM
2
2
=
R
GM 2
.
47. PV

= constant
T
1
= 273 + 27 = 300K
P

6
7
8
9
:
;
P
T
= constant T
2
= 273 + 927 = 1200K
P
1 –
T

= constant
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& P
1
1 –
T
1

= P
2
1 –
T
2

& 2
1– 1.4
(300)
1.4

= P
2
1 – 1.4
.(1200)
1.4
&

6
6
7
8
9
9
:
;
– 1
1
2
P
P
=

6
6
7
8
9
9
:
;
2
1
T
T
&
1
2
P
P
=

6
6
7
8
9
9
:
;
– 1
2
1
T
T

6
6
7
8
9
9
:
;
– 1
2
1
P
P
=

6
6
7
8
9
9
:
;
1
2
T
T
4 . 1 – 1
2
1
P
P
6
6
7
8
9
9
:
;
=
4 . 1
300
1200
6
7
8
9
:
;
4 . 0 –
2
1
P
P
6
6
7
8
9
9
:
;
= (4)
1.4
4 . 0
1
2
P
P
6
6
7
8
9
9
:
;
= 4
1.4
P
2
= P
1

6
7
8
9
:
;
4 . 0
4 . 1
4

= P
1

6
7
8
9
:
;
2
7
4
= P
1
(2
7
) = 2 × 128 = 256
48. Maximum bearable tension in the rope
T = 25 × 10 = 250 N
From the figure,
T – mg = ma
or a =
m
mg – T
Given
m = 20 kg, g = 10 m/s
2
,
T = 250 N
Hence a =
20
10 20 – 250 #
=
20
50
= 2.5 m/s
2
49. E = mc
2
m =
2
c
E
So mass decay per second
dt
dm
=
2
c
1
dt
dE
=
2
c
1
(Power in watt)
=

2
8
10 3
1
#
# 1000 # 10
3
and mass decay per hour =
dt
dm
# 60 #)60

2
8
10 3
1
#
# 10
6
)# 3600 = 4 # 10
–8
kg.
= 40 microgram
50.
H =
g 2
º 45 sin u
2 2
=
g 4
u
2
.........(1)
R =
g
º 90 sin u
2
=
g
u
2
%
2
R
=
g 2
u
2
................(2)
% tan! =
2 / R
H
=
g 2
u
g 4
u
2
2
=
2
1
% ! = tan
–1

6
7
8
9
:
;
2
1
51. As no external toruqe is acting about the axis, angular momentum
of system remains conserved.

1
/
1
=
2
/
2
&
) m 2 M (
M
r ) m 2 M (
Mr
2
2
2
1 1
2

/

/

/
/
53. Time period of simple pendulum is given by
T
1
= 20)
g

and time period of uniform rod in given position is given by
T
2
=
mgd
2

0
T
2
=
2 / mg
3 / m
2
2


0
2
3
T
T
2
1

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55. Let the frequencies of tuning fork and piano string be
1
and
2
respectively.
%
2
=
1
± 4 = 512 Hz ± 4
= 516 Hz or 508 Hz
Increase in the tension of a piano string increases its frequecy.
If
2
= 516 Hz, further increase in
2
, resulted in an increase in
the beat frequency. But this is not given in the question.
If
2
= 508 Hz, further increase in
2
resulted in decrease in the
beat frequency. This is given in the question. when the beat
frequency decreases to 2 beats per second.
Therefore, the frequency of the piano string before increasing
the tension was 508 Hz.
56.
F
s
F
s
By balancing forces T × (2 x) × (cos ) = h × < × g
we get h =
xdg
cos T 2
.
57. Fringe width
=
d
D >
… (1)
Given : > = 1000 Å = 10
–5
cm, d = 3 cm, D = 70 cm
putting given value in eq (i)
% =
3
70 10
5 –
#
= 2.3 × 10
–5
cm = 2.3 × 10
–6
m
59. Mechanical energy transfers between node and antinode in
standing wave but it remains conserved.
60. According to Einstein's equation KE = hv – hv
0
; i.e, emitted only
if incident frequency is more than threshold frequency.
PART C
MATHS
61. P(atleast one head) = 1 – P(no head)
= 1 –
n
2
1
...........(1)
P(atleast two tails) = 1 – P(no tail) –
n
C
1

1 – n 1
2
1
2
1
6
7
8
9
:
;
6
7
8
9
:
;
= 1 –
n
2
1
6
7
8
9
:
;
– n.
n
2
1
6
7
8
9
:
;
........(2)
(1) – (2)
6
7
8
9
:
;
n
2
1
– 1

6
7
8
9
:
;
n
2
1 n
– 1
=
32
5
n = 5
62.
 tan! =
2
1
2 1
2
1
– 2
#
=
4
3
%
2 2
) 8 ( ) 4 (
r

=
4
3
& r = 3 5
63.
 tan! =
m 1
m – 1

=
m 7 1
7 – m

& 2m
2
– 3m – 2 = 0
& m = 2, m = –
2
1
% 2 – a = 2 or 2 – a = –
2
1
& a =
2
5
64. 
dx
dy
=
y 9
x 4 –
=
9
8
& x = – 2y % y = ±
5
1
66. A =
1 –
2 3
1 2

1 0
0 1
1 –
3 5
2 3

4
4
=

0 1
1 1
67.
(i) f(2) > 0 & k 5 (– , –1) (2, )
(ii) D 0 & k 22/5
(ii)
a 2
b –
< 2 & k < 4/5
% k 5 (– , –1)
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68.

0
x
dx
e
1 ] x [
=

3
2
x
2
1
x
1
0
x
........
e
3
dx
e
2
dx
e
1
= 0 + 0 + 0 +.........
= 0
69.
2
x
lim
0

0
0
0
2
2
t cos –
x
4
x
2 /
dt )
2
– t (
dt ) 1 – 2 (
6
7
8
9
:
;
0
0
form
=
2
x
lim
0

x 2 ). 2 / – x (
) 1 – 2 (
x cos –
0
put x = h
2

0
=
0
1
0 h
lim

) h (
) 1 – 2 (
sinh
=
0
1
0 h
lim

h sin
) 1 – 2 (
sinh
×
h
sinh
=
0
2 n 
70. B _ _ _ _ _ = 5!
C _ _ _ _ _ = 5!
E _ _ _ _ _ = 5!
J _ _ _ _ _ = 5!
O _ _ _ _ _ = 5!
T B _ _ _ _ = 4!
T C _ _ _ _ = 4!
T E _ _ _ _ = 4!
T J _ _ _ _ = 4!
T O B _ _ _ = 3!
T O C _ _ _ = 3!
T O E _ _ _ = 3!
T O J B _ _ = 2!
T O J C B E = 717
71.  z = –2 + 2 3 i = 4/
% z
2n
+ 2
2n
. z
n
+ 2
4n
= 4
2n
. /
2n
+ 2
2n
. 4
n
. /
n
+ 2
4n
= 4
2n
(/
2n
+ /
n
+ 1) =

3 of multiple a is n if 4 . 3
3 of multiple a not is n if 0
n 2
72. For maximum point of discontinuity x
2
– ax + 1 = 0 must have two
distinct roots.
& + > 0 & a
2
– 4 > 0
& a 5 )(– , –2) (2, )
73. System of equations has non-trivial solutions
%)
b a c
a c b
c b a
= 0 & a
3
+ b
3
+ c
3
– 3abc = 0
& (a + b + c)(a/
2
+ b/ + c)(a/ + b/
2
+ c) = 0
) a,b,c are positive %) a + b + c 0
%) either a/
2
+ b/ + c = 0 or a/ + b/
2
+ c = 0
Hence roots of the equation
at
2
+ bt + c = 0 are / and /
2
i.e. at
2
+ bt + c = 0 has imaginary
roots.
74. Let A = screws draw is found to defective
B
1
= Box ‘A’ is selected ; P(B
1
) =
3
1
; P(A/B
1
) =
5
1
B
2
= Box ‘B’ is selected ; P(B
2
) =
3
1
; P(A/B
2
) =
6
1
B
3
= Box ‘C’ is selected ; P(B
3
) =
3
1
; P(A/B
3
) =
7
1
% P(B
1
/A) =
7
1
3
1
6
1
3
1
5
1
3
1
5
1
3
1
# # #
#
=
5 6 7 5 7 6
7 6
# # #
#
=
107
42
75. Vector component of a

perpendicular to b

= a

– b
| b |
) b . a (
2




76. ( b a


) × ( b a


4 ) = 2 ) a b (


# = 8( k
ˆ
– j
ˆ
2 – i
ˆ
2 )
% a unit vector perpendicular to both b a


4 and b a


is
1 4 4 8
) k
ˆ
– j
ˆ
2 – i
ˆ
2 ( 8

= ±
3
1
( k
ˆ
– j
ˆ
2 – i
ˆ
2 )
77. (1, 2) 5 R but (2, 1) R so R is not symmetric
(3, 1)(1, 2) 5 R but (3, 2) R so R is not transitive.
% R is reflexive.
78. Let h(x) = f(x) – 2g(x), x 5 [0, 1]
 h(0) = 2 = h(1)
all the conditions of Rolle’s theorem are satisfied, so there exist
a point c 5 (0, 1) for which h2(3) = 0
% f2(c) – 2g2(c) = 0 & f2(c) = 2g2(c)
% f2(x) = 2g2(x) for atleast one x.
80. Required area =

1
0
2
) nx x – x 2 – x 2 (  dx =
12
7
81. z
1
=
4 / i
e 6
0
and z
2
=
6 / i
e 2
0
%
2
1
z
z
=
2
3
12 / i
e
0
& )
2
1
z
z
=
2
3
and arg
6
6
7
8
9
9
:
;
2
1
z
z
=
12
0
6
6
7
8
9
9
:
;
2
1
z
z
lies is I quadrant
82. x
2
f(x) – 2f
6
7
8
9
:
;
x
1
= g(x) ..........(1)
replace x by
x
1
, we get
– 4x
2
f(x) + 2f
6
7
8
9
:
;
x
1
= 2x
2
g
6
7
8
9
:
;
x
1
........(2)
by equation (1) + (2)
– 3x
2
f(x) = g(x) + 2x
2
g
6
7
8
9
:
;
x
1
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%) f(x) =
6
6
6
6
6
7
8
9
9
9
9
9
:
;
6
7
8
9
:
;

2
2
x 3
x
1
g x 2 ) x ( g

%) f(–x) = – f(x) hence f(x) is odd function but it is given that f(x)
is even
& ) f(x) = 0 ) x 5 R
%) f(5) = 0
83.
%) –
2
1
=
50 100 2
x – 50 100
2 2 2
# #

x
2
= 17500
& x = 7 50
%) tan30º =
x
h
& h =
3
7 50
m
84. x
i
= 3,4,5,6,7
A =
n
x
i
=
5
25
= 5
Mean deviation=
n
| A – x |
i
=
5
2 1 0 1 2
=
5
6
= 1.2
85. T
r + 1
=
100
C
r
.
r
8
1
r – 100
6
1
2 . 5
6
6
7
8
9
9
:
;
6
6
7
8
9
9
:
;
=
100
C
r
.
8
r
6
r – 100
2 . 5
For rational terms r = 16, 40, 64, 88
Number of rational terms = 4
% Number of irrational terms = 97
86. i.e. statement I is true but statement II is false.
89. Eccentricity of hyperbola (or conjugate hyperbola) is greater
than 1
& ee
1
> 1 is true.
Now we have the relation on between e and e
1
is
2
1
2
e
1
e
1
= 1
&
25
16
25
9
= 1
90. If a,b,c are in G.P., then a + b, b + b, c + b are in H.P.
& (2b)=

b c b a
c b b a 2

& b(a+2b+c) = (a+b)(b+c)
& b(a+c)+2b
2
= ab+ac+b
2
+bc
& b
2
= ac(a,b,c are in GP)
RESONANCE SOLAPT1110412 - 8
ANSWER KEY
Code - 0
PART-C
MATHEMATICS
PART-A
CHEMISTRY
Q.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Ans. 4 3 2 1 4 1 2 2 1 3
Q. No. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Ans. 2 2 4 4 4 3 2 2 4 1
Q. No. 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Ans. 2 1 2 2 3 2 4 3 3 3
PART-B
PHYSICS
Q.No. 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
Ans. 1 3 4 1 4 3 1 4 4 3
Q. No. 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50
Ans. 3 1 1 3 1 1 3 2 3 2
Q. No. 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
Ans. 4 2 4 4 3 2 4 1 3 4
Q.No. 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70
Ans. 2 2 4 2 3 3 4 1 2 3
Q. No. 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80
Ans. 3 3 4 4 2 1 4 2 1 3
Q. No. 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90
Ans. 1 1 3 3 2 3 1 1 2 1