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1. (3) Theory 2. (3) Theory 3. (4) Q0 = C0 V0 = 2.0 × 10– 6 × 20 = 40 × 10– 6 Coulomb ∆C = 0.1 part in 2 = 1 part in 20 = 5% ∆V = 1 part in 100 = 1% ∆Q = 5% + 1% = 6% Q = Q0 + ∆Q = 40 × 10– 6 ± 6% Coulomb = 40 ± 2.4 × 10– 6 Coulomb 4. (2) tan 37° =

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in (iii) and aP from (i) in (iv) ⇒ 1000 – 4 (300 + 120 aQ) = 100 aQ ⇒ aQ = − 20 m / s2 58 Required SQ xQ = 1 1 − 20 2 − 40 aQ t2 = (2) = metres 2 2 58 58 where – ve sign indicates that SQ is upwards as aQ is downwards (+ ve) 7.2 . (2) For P. (3) 8. 300 T – 300 = aP g … (ii) For Q. (4) 9. ⇒R= … (i) = 1.303 × 0. (4) When S is opened at t = 0 s q0 = CV and q = q0 e − t /RC for t > 0 S 4T − T 1 Q aQ R C 1000 N Denote x = displacement a = acceleration T = tension Constraint equation is xP + 4xQ = constant During t = 2 ms. q = ⇒ 4 = et /RC q0 4 ⇒R = t (ln 4) C 2 × 10 − 3 2.45 kΩ AIEEE/PET/PMC/Obj/Solns .2 6. Ltd. XP T 300 N 1000 1000 – 4T = aQ g … (iii) Put T from (ii).6021× 1× 10 − 6 ⇒ aP + 4aQ = 0 ⇒ aP = 4aQ ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt.

6 × 1010 Pa ∴ D = r – i = sin– 1 (0. (2) At entering surface. ∝ v Volume where v is velocity Volume The second term viz.E = Volume of water Volume of water × t K.3 10. 2 The first term viz.68 × 1013 ⇒ T = 2600 K 14. ∝v t ⇒ P ∝ v2 × v = v3 λ =s 2 I = MR2 = 1 (1)2 = 1 kg-m2 ω = 2πν = 2 × 3.77) – 30° ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. (2) Power absorbed by blackbody = σAT4 = 30 × 103 W ⇒ (5. we have P′ = 8P 15.87 × 105 s ⇒ Deflection occurs at second surface only.55 ⇒ sin r = (sin 30 ) 1 1.74 × 105 )2 = 87. (1) For fundamental frequency ⇒ λ = 2s f= 2.87 × 10 5 v = s λ Flux φ ∝ v ⇒ P ∝ φ3 As φ′ = 2φ. (3) R= D 2 = =1m 2 2 K. angle of incidence =0 ⇒v= λ × 2. imparted to water t 11.87 × 105 cm/s v= 2 Υ ρ µ1 sin i = µ2 sin r 1. (4) P= K.E.3 .66 × (5. (4) AB is isobaric expansion ⇒ Temperature increases ⇒ UB – UA > 0 AC is isothermal expansion ⇒ Temperature remains constant ⇒ UC – UA = 0 AD is adiabatic expansion ⇒ Temperature decreases ⇒ UD – UA < 0 13.14 × = 2 rad/s L = Iω = (1) (2) = 2 kg-m2/s 10 31.55 = 0. i = 30° = 2 × 2.77 2 Υ ⇒v = ρ ⇒ Υ = ρ × v2 = = 2. AIEEE/PET/PMC/Obj/Solns .67 × 10– 8) × 4π × (0.E.4 12. By geometry. Ltd.03)2 T4 = 30 × 103 ⇒ T4 = 4.

6 V The conductor ab is regarded as voltage source with R1 and R2 in parallel as shown 6× 4 Rtotal = + 0. (4) If d sin θ = (µ – i) t. (3) The emf induced in conductor ab E = B v = (0. (4) 18. =3Ω AIEEE/PET/PMC/Obj/Solns .6 6 +4 ∴ required distance = u1 – u2 = 30 – 10 = 20 cm 20. if d sin θ > (µ – 1) t.4 .4) (5) = 0. Ltd. (1) For real image u = – u1 v = – 2 u1 f = 20 cm 1 1 1 + = v u f ⇒ 1 1 1 − = − 2 u1 u1 20 Potential of inner sphere Kq0 Kq0 V1 = − r R 1 1 = Kq0 − r R For d: ⇒ u1 = 30 cm For virtual image u = – u2 v = 2 u2 f = – 20 cm 21. (4) Potential of outer sphere K − q0r Kq0 V2 = + R R R = Kq0 r 1− R R 1 1 −1 − = 2u2 u2 20 ⇒ u2 = 10 cm 22.21× 10− 2 = 152.8) 9 × 0. (3) 4 3 πr ρg = 6πrηv 3 But V2 = 0 (∵ earthed) ⇒ q = – q0 For b: ⇒η= (2 × 10− 2 )2 × (1.4 kg m– 1 s– 1 17.3) (0.4 16. it will be below O 19. it will be above O and if d sin θ < (µ – 1) t. the path differrence for central (bright) fringe will be zero Potential of inner sphere Kq′ Kq0 V1 = + r R where q′ is to be found But V1 = 0 (∵ earthed) r ⇒ q′ = – q0 R For c: ⇒ Bright fringe will be at O But.47 × 103 ) × (9. (2) For a: Potential of outer sphere Kq0 Kq V2 = + R R where q is to be found ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt.

08 A 10 I1 = 0. 2.9 × 8 × 75 ⇒ = = 27 cal/s dt 20 ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt.6 Ω R1 → I1 R2 ⇒ m = 5.4 gm/sec 26. AIEEE/PET/PMC/Obj/Solns .63 × 10– 34 J-s R = 0. (1) 30.6 = 0.12 A 23.E)N = 2.2 A 3 4 = 0. (4) 29. (3) = 0.1 × 10– 31 kg ⇒ (K. 3. a wave must circle back on itself in such a way that crest (say C1) falls on crests and trough falls on trough (say C2) Current through R2 = Iab – I1 = 0.2 × 27. (3) Iab = 0. KA (θ2 − θ1) dQ = d dt 28. (2) To resonate on a circular orbit.5 .153 N2 eV dQ 0. (2) 25.5 a b Heat absorbed by water per second = m (θ1 – θ2) = m (5) where m is rate of flow of water ⇒ 5 m = 27 r = 0.5 × 10– 9 m m = 9. (1) Work done by electric field ⇒ circumference = 2πR = NλN where N = 1.20 – 0. … = gain in kinetic energy ⇒ (qE) (2y0) = 1 m (2v)2 − v 2 2 1 m × 3v 2 2 C2 ⇒ (qE) × 2y0 = ⇒E = 3 4 mv 2 qy 0 C1 2 pN N2h2 as in theory of = 2 2 2m 8π R m Bohr’s model of H-atom Rate of work done by electric field at P = F ⋅ v = (qE) ⋅ v = 24. Ltd.08 = 0.E )N = 3 mv 3 4 y0 Use h = 6.44 × 10– 20 N2 J θ1 – θ3 = 25 – 20 = 5°C for water In steady state. (2) θ2 – θ1 = 100 – 25 = 75°C (K.

x →0 34. (1) We have for all x (x ≠ 0). (2) Any line through P( − 2. (4) Given f(x) = sin x and g(x) = x 2 − 1 ∴ range of f = [ − 1. m = 15. Ltd.t. 3). It touches the circle if = lim x →0 e +e cos x x −x =2 37. − 5). ∞) ∴ go f is not defined.6 . ei 2 π A3 f(x3) = x5 A2 e iπ 3 Differentiating w. − 1) is y + 1 = m (x + 2). m ( using L-Hospital’s rule ) = lim e −e sin x x −x For maximum value. (1) x →0 lim e − e − 2x x − sin x e +e −2 1 − cos x x −x x 0 0 form 33. (3) 10 ∑ i=0 20 i m − i xm in (1 + x)10 (1 + x)20 = lim x →0 Coefficient of is 30C . 3 b = ∫ f(x) dx x =1 ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. 4 . (4) Area 2m − 1 1 + m2 = 1 ⇒ m = 0. 32. AIEEE/PET/PMC/Obj/Solns .6 PART B: MATHEMATICS 31. x. 1] and domain of g = (1.r. Its image by the line y = − 1 is P′( − 5. So the equation of the incident ray is y−3= 3 +1 (x + 5) −5+2 = 3 × 1 × 1 sin 60° ⇒ 4x + 3y + 11 = 0 =3× 3 sq. f′ (x3) 3x2 = 5x4 e iπ ⇒ f′(x ) = O A1 3 A4 5 2 x 3 ∴ f′(27) = A5 5 2 (3) = 15 3 −x e m i 4π 3 A6 ei 5π 3 36. (3) Area of hexagon = 6 × ∆ OA1 A2 =6× 1 OA1OA2 sin ∠ A1OA2 2 ∴ the equation of PB is y + 1= 4 (x + 2) 3 ⇒ 4x − 3y + 5 = 0 A point on PB is ( − 5. units 2 3 35.

(4) f(x) is continuous in the interval [ − 1. 2a) are on the same side of x − 4 = 0 2 ∴a−4<0 ⇒a<4 ⇒ 0 < a < 4. if (2a)2 − 16a < 0 ⇒ a2 − 4a < 0 V (0. ) ⇒ a cos α − b sin α = p . (3) 2 2 2 2 2 5a 2 + a 5b 2 + b 5c 2 + c 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 40. (1) cot A − tan A = 2 cot 2A cot 5° − tan 5° − 2 tan 10° − 4 tan 20° − 8 cot 40° = 2 cot 10° − 2 tan10° − 4 tan 20° n n n n 47. y=− 2 2 x y z = (a + b)(aω + bω )(aω + bω ) = (a + b)(a2 + ab(ω2 + ω) + b2 ) = (a + b)(a − ab + b ) =a +b 3 3 2 2 2 2 42. AIEEE/PET/PMC/Obj/Solns . 4 of them being excluded. (2) (A )′ = (A′ ) = (− A) = − A . ⇒ y = − x cot α + p cosec α. . 45. so selection is out of remaining 18. (3) Out of 22 players.7 = b2 + 1 − 2 = 2 (2 cot 20° ) − 4 tan 20° − 8 cot 40° 2 b = 4 (2 cot 40° ) − 8 cot 40° =0 = b + 1 − 1 + 1 = x + 1 1 2 d 2 ⇒ f(x) = x + 1 = dx x x2 + 1 38. but f(x) is not differentiable at x = 0.7 ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. whereas ⇒ p2 cos ec2 α = a2 cot2 α − b2 ( 2 cos (x ) is non-periodic. since n is − 8 cot 40° odd. 1]. Period of sin− 1 ({x}) is 1. Period of sin−1 sin −1 Now. Now. Ltd. 0) and (a. (3) (a + b) x + (a − b) y = 2a + 3b ⇒ a (x + y − 2) + b (x − y − 3) = 0 b ⇒ ( x + y − 2) + ( x − y − 3) = 0 a ∴ It passes through the intersection point of lines x + y = 2 and x − y = 3 5 1 ⇒x= . So no C can be found. ∴ number of ways = 12C4 = 495 44. (2) The equation of line is x cos α + y sin α = p. Also 6 is always included so only 4 more is to be selected out of remaining 12. (2) (a. 39. (3) Period of 43. 2a) is an interior point of y − 16 x = 0. 2x 2[x] is 1. Hence mean value theorem is not applicable. a2 − 4a < 0 5a a 1 5a 2 1 2 = 5b 2 1 + 5b b 1 2 5c 2 1 5c c 1 a a2 1 = 0 + 5 b b2 1 c c2 1 = 5 (a − b) (b − c) (c − a) 46. c = a cot α − b 2 2 2 2 ( cos x ) is 2π. (3) 41.

8 48. . (2) Let P = (x1. b sin θ) and … (1) π D θ + = ( − a sin θ. x −1 49 (1) We have C50 = 100! 50! 50! 52. y1) AP = 2 AB ⇒ B is the midpoint of AP x1 y1 + 3 ⇒B = 2. which is a positive integer.8 ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. (2) Let α. (1) 17 9 3 +3 2 = +2+2⋅ 2 4 4 2 3 = + 2 2 2 ∴ the locus of P is x2 + 8x + (y − 3)2 = 0 53. (4) The abscissae of the points of intersection of the given curves are AIEEE/PET/PMC/Obj/Solns . + 1 β 2 51. b cos θ) 2 Centre C = (0. Ltd. (4) x →1 − Lt x sin {x} x −1 = Lt (1 − x ) sin {1 − x} 1− x − 1 (1 − x ) sin[1 − x] =−∞ −x ⇒α+β= ( α + β )2 − 2αβ ( αβ ) 2 2 2 x →0 + c b c b ⇒ − = − − 2 a a a a = Lt x →0 + ⇒− bc2 a3 2 c = 2 −2 a a 2 2 b2 x →1 + Lt x sin {x} x −1 = Lt (1 + x ) sin {1 + x} 1+ x − 1 (1 + x ) sin x =1 x ⇒ − bc = ab − 2 ca ⇒ ab2 + bc2 = 2 ca2 ⇒ x →0 = Lt x →0 ab 2 ca2 + bc 2 ca2 100 =2 ⇒ b bc + =2 ac a2 2 ∴ Lt x →1 x sin {x} does not exist. αβ = a a Given that α + β = 1 α 2 (− 2 ) 10 . 0) 17 and 3 − +3 2 4 15 3 = − 2 2 15 ∴ CP2 + CD2 = a2 + b2 54. 2 B lies on the circle The exponent of 7 in 50! Is 50 50 7 + 2 = 7 +1 7 =8 The exponent of 7 in 100! Is 100 100 7 + 2 = 14 + 2 = 16 7 x1 x1 y1 + 3 ⇒ − 3 + 4 + 2 =0 2 2 2 ⇒ x1 + 8x1 + (y1 − 3)2 = 0 2 2 ∴ exponent of 7 in 100 C50 is 16 − 2(8) = 0 50. β be the roots of ax2 + bx + c = 0 3 T11 = 15C10 2 5 b c α + β = − . (4) The points P = (a cos θ.

negative 3c 2× ×c 2 ∴ A > 90° ⇒ The triangle is obtuse. x1 + x2 + x3 + x4 = 0. 0 0 4 1 = Lt t →0 ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. 57. Now. 59. (4) We have f(x + f(y)) = f(x) + y ∀ x.. (4) 1 2 1 Lt 4 4 + 4 + . 60.9 connected by x 2 + ⇒ x4 − a2 x2 + c4 = 0 c x 4 2 = a2 = 1 1 1 − cos ax a2 ⋅ = ∵ Lt 2 4 2 x →0 x2 1 8 As x1. So n→∞ A = (1× 5 − 8 × 12 + 7 × 15)2 . ∴ ∫ f(x) dx = 4 ∫ f(x) dx = 4I. x1 x2 x3 x4 = c4 Similarly. ∴ the point P is ( − 2. + 4 2n n + 1 n + 2 3 3 = 58. x2. a = dx = 1 log 2 4 ∴ a is the largest side. Ltd. (3) Let us consider a fourth order matrix. Hence P must lie on the directrix x + a = 0 or x + 2 = 0 ⇒ x = − 2. 0). we get f(x + 1) = f(x) ⇒ f(x) is periodic with period 1.. x3... 0 −1 − 8 −15 1 0 − 5 −12 Then A = . cos A = b2 + c2 − a2 2 bc 56. + 4 4 n→∞ n + 1 n +2 n + n4 r3 = Lt ∑ 4 n→∞ r = 1 n + r 4 r n n 1 = Lt ∑ 4 n→∞ n r = 1 r 1+ n 1 3 n perfect square. as every parabola is symmetric about its axis. Now. y ∈ R. such a point P is the point of intersections of two perpendicular tangents to the parabola y2 = 8x. Lt 1 − cos (1 − cos t) t4 1 − cos (1 − cos t) (1 − cos t) ⋅ (1 − cos t)2 t4 2 Putting y = 0. a 13 23 n3 = Lt 4 4 + 4 + . (2) Clearly.. AIEEE/PET/PMC/Obj/Solns . which is 8 5 0 −7 0 15 12 7 a skew symmetric statement 1 is false. matrix. Statement 2 is false. y1 + y2 + y3 + y4 = 0 y1 y2 y3 y4 = c4 55.9 . (1) Given b2 = a c and 2 (log 2b − log 3c) = log a − log 2b + log 3c − log a 2b 3c ⇒ log = log 2b 3c ⇒b = 3c 2 b 3b 9c = = c 2 4 2 2 =∫ 0 x3 1+ x4 Now. (4) t →0 9c2 81 2 + c2 − c 4 16 = . x4 are the roots of this equation.

(3) ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt.80 – ( – 2.1 = i × 1.732 = 185 pm. 4 r= AIEEE/PET/Obj/PMC/Solns .5% 73. n=2 0 0 0 Ecell = Ecathode − Eanode = 0. (2) CH2 = CH − CH2 − CH2 − C ≡ CH 1-hexene-6-yne.17 = – 611. Velocity being equal for all mv particles. 76. 1 × 10−3 M NaOH + 1 × 10−3 M HCl → Neutral. (4) 68.86 × 0.37) = 3. (1) 0 2 Mg(S) → Mg(aq) + 2e – Oxidation. (1) As per de Broglie’s equation λ = h . (3) 69. mv 72.2 1 λ∝ . (4) C – C sigma bond has free rotation around its axis.17 V – ∆G0 = nFE0 = 2 × 96500 × 3.37 V + 0 2Ag(aq) + 2e → 2Ag(S) – Reduction. (3) 71.80 V. 70.7 kcal. Wavelength of the subatomic particle will be large if its mass is small. (4) log 4K1 Ea 320 − 300 = K1 2.95 = 1 + (3 – 1)α α = 0. (1) In BCC lattice. anode.10 PART C: CHEMISTRY 61.10 .2 i= 1. (3) It is not a redox reaction all others are autooxidation and reduction reaction.86 × 0. E0 = – 2. (4) Bond order of nitrogen is 3.1 = 2. 67. 1 2 3 4 5 6 63.303 × 2 × 320 × 300 20 62. (3) NaOH + HCl → NaCl + H2O. Number of millimoles of acid and alkali = 10 × 0.95 1.3 kcal 74. 65.975 or 97.602 × 2. cathode. Ltd. 64.1 = 1 pH = 7. Ea = = 13. E0 = 0. with smaller bond length and greater bond energy. NaCl is salt of strong acid with strong alkali. i = 1 + (n – 1)α 2. (3) 77. Acidic nature of acid decreases with lower enthalpy of neutralization.303 × 2 320 × 300 0.8 kJ 75. 66. (1) ∆T = I Kf m 1. (2) + − H(aq) + OH(aq) → H2O(aq) ∆H of strong acid with strong base = – 13. (1) radius of the species (r) = edge length (a)× 3 4 428 × 1.

(1) Cl en Cl en en Cl Cl Cl Co en Co Co en Cl trans en cis Mirror Optical isomers Geometrical isomerism 82. F FH H H F HO H H OH H HO H H H H H Anti/Staggered Most stable 83. (3) D – Nitro group – most powerful – I effect electron withdrawing group in the benzene ring. Ltd. (2) 85. (2) 80. decreases the electron density – Least reactive to electrophilic substitution reaction. (1) 87. (3) Greater the distance between the atoms or groups. (3) 88. (1) La+3 ion is bigger than Lu+3 ion. ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. (4) 86.11 C – Chlorine has electron withdrawing I effect in addition.11 78. more is the stability of the conformer. 79. (3) AIEEE/PET/Obj/PMC/Solns . K+ has the least value. . Bigger the size of the cation. due to + M effect increases the electron density. greater will be the basic nature M(OH)3. 84. (1) 89. 81. (2) 90. Be+2 has the highest value. (4) Greater the charge/size of cation. greater will be its polarizing power of an anion. Fully eclipsed Least stable Skew/Gauche Stable – moderate B – Methyl group by + I and hyperconjugation increases electron density highly.

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