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AIEEE 2012 PT3 (ONE YEAR)/PT6 (TWO YEAR) SOLNS

BRILLIANT’S PROGRESSIVE TEST
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OUR ONE/TWO-YEAR POSTAL COURSES
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ALL INDIA ENGINEERING ENTRANCE EXAMINATION, 2012
PHYSICS – MATHEMATICS – CHEMISTRY SOLUTIONS PART A : PHYSICS
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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2 . ⇒R= … (i) = 1. XP T 300 N  1000  1000 – 4T =   aQ  g  … (iii) Put T from (ii). q = ⇒ 4 = et /RC q0 4 ⇒R = t (ln 4) C 2 × 10 − 3 2. 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. (3) 8.45 kΩ AIEEE/PET/PMC/Obj/Solns .303 × 0.2 6. Ltd. (4) 9.6021× 1× 10 − 6 ⇒ aP + 4aQ = 0 ⇒ aP = 4aQ ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt.  300  T – 300 =   aP  g  … (ii) For Q. (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. (2) For P.

By geometry. Ltd.   ∝v t   ⇒ P ∝ v2 × v = v3 λ =s 2 I = MR2 = 1 (1)2 = 1 kg-m2 ω = 2πν = 2 × 3.87 × 105 s ⇒ Deflection occurs at second surface only.14 × = 2 rad/s L = Iω = (1) (2) = 2 kg-m2/s 10 31. angle of incidence =0 ⇒v= λ × 2.87 × 105 cm/s v= 2 Υ ρ µ1 sin i = µ2 sin r  1. (2) At entering surface.  2 The first term viz.55 = 0. (1) For fundamental frequency ⇒ λ = 2s f= 2.   ∝ v  Volume  where v is velocity  Volume  The second term viz.68 × 1013 ⇒ T = 2600 K 14. (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. AIEEE/PET/PMC/Obj/Solns . (4) P= K.66 × (5.67 × 10– 8) × 4π × (0.3 10.55  ⇒ sin r =   (sin 30 )  1  1.E =   Volume of water   Volume of water  ×  t    K. (3) R= D 2 = =1m 2 2   K.3 . imparted to water t 11.E.E.03)2 T4 = 30 × 103 ⇒ T4 = 4. we have P′ = 8P 15.74 × 105 )2    = 87.77) – 30° ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt.87 × 10 5 v = s λ Flux φ ∝ v ⇒ P ∝ φ3 As φ′ = 2φ.4 12. i = 30° = 2 × 2. (2) Power absorbed by blackbody = σAT4 = 30 × 103 W ⇒ (5.6 × 1010 Pa ∴ D = r – i = sin– 1 (0.77 2 Υ ⇒v = ρ ⇒ Υ = ρ × v2 = = 2.

8) 9 × 0.21× 10− 2 = 152.4 16.6 6 +4 ∴ required distance = u1 – u2 = 30 – 10 = 20 cm 20. =3Ω AIEEE/PET/PMC/Obj/Solns . it will be above O and if d sin θ < (µ – 1) t. (3) 4 3 πr ρg = 6πrηv 3 But V2 = 0 (∵ earthed) ⇒ q = – q0 For b: ⇒η= (2 × 10− 2 )2 × (1.6 V The conductor ab is regarded as voltage source with R1 and R2 in parallel as shown 6× 4 Rtotal =   + 0. if d sin θ > (µ – 1) t.47 × 103 ) × (9. (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. 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. (3) The emf induced in conductor ab E = B v = (0. (2) For a: Potential of outer sphere Kq0 Kq V2 = + R R where q is to be found ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt.4 kg m– 1 s– 1 17. (4) If d sin θ = (µ – i) t.3) (0.4 . Ltd. it will be below O 19.4) (5) = 0. (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. (4) 18.

(2) To resonate on a circular orbit. KA (θ2 − θ1) dQ = d dt 28. AIEEE/PET/PMC/Obj/Solns .6 = 0. (1) 30.08 A 10 I1 = 0. Ltd.20 – 0.4 gm/sec 26.9 × 8 × 75 ⇒ = = 27 cal/s dt 20 ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. (2) θ2 – θ1 = 100 – 25 = 75°C (K. … = 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. 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 = 0.12 A 23. 3.2 A 3 4 = 0. (2) 25. (3) = 0. (1) Work done by electric field ⇒ circumference = 2πR = NλN where N = 1.63 × 10– 34 J-s R = 0. (4) 29.6 Ω R1 → I1 R2 ⇒ m = 5. (3) Iab = 0.153 N2 eV dQ 0.2 × 27.5 . 2.5 × 10– 9 m m = 9.1 × 10– 31 kg ⇒ (K.44 × 10– 20 N2 J θ1 – θ3 = 25 – 20 = 5°C for water In steady state.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.E)N = 2.E )N = 3  mv 3     4  y0  Use h = 6.08 = 0.

Ltd. AIEEE/PET/PMC/Obj/Solns . (4) Area 2m − 1 1 + m2 = 1 ⇒ m = 0. 3 b = ∫ f(x) dx x =1 ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. 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. (1) We have for all x (x ≠ 0). Its image by the line y = − 1 is P′( − 5. x →0 34.6 . 32. (4) Given f(x) = sin x and g(x) = x 2 − 1 ∴ range of f = [ − 1.t. (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. m = 15. 4 . 1] and domain of g = (1. units 2 3 35. ∞) ∴ go f is not defined. − 1) is y + 1 = m (x + 2). (2) Any line through P( − 2. 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. ei 2 π A3 f(x3) = x5 A2 e iπ 3 Differentiating w. m ( using L-Hospital’s rule ) = lim e −e sin x x −x For maximum value. x. It touches the circle if = lim x →0 e +e cos x x −x =2 37. (3) 10   ∑   i=0 20   i m    − i xm in (1 + x)10 (1 + x)20 = lim x →0 Coefficient of is 30C . 3). (1) x →0 lim e − e − 2x x − sin x e +e −2 1 − cos x x −x x 0   0 form    33.6 PART B: MATHEMATICS 31.r. − 5).

1]. whereas ⇒ p2 cos ec2 α = a2 cot2 α − b2 ( 2 cos (x ) is non-periodic. (3) Out of 22 players. Ltd. Period of sin−1 sin −1 Now. (3) 41. 2x 2[x] is 1. So no C can be found. ⇒ y = − x cot α + p cosec α. 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 42.7 ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. (2) The equation of line is x cos α + y sin α = p. (4) f(x) is continuous in the interval [ − 1. (3) Period of 43. 0) and (a. (3) 2 2 2 2 2 5a 2 + a 5b 2 + b 5c 2 + c 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 40. 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. (2) (A )′ = (A′ ) = (− A) = − A . 39. but f(x) is not differentiable at x = 0. (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= . ) ⇒ a cos α − b sin α = p . ∴ number of ways = 12C4 = 495 44. (2) (a. AIEEE/PET/PMC/Obj/Solns . 4 of them being excluded. 45. so selection is out of remaining 18. Now. Also 6 is always included so only 4 more is to be selected out of remaining 12.7 = 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. if (2a)2 − 16a < 0 ⇒ a2 − 4a < 0 V (0. 2a) is an interior point of y − 16 x = 0. Period of sin− 1 ({x}) is 1. (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. 2a) are on the same side of x − 4 = 0 2 ∴a−4<0 ⇒a<4 ⇒ 0 < a < 4. since n is − 8 cot 40° odd. Hence mean value theorem is not applicable. .

b cos θ) 2  Centre C = (0. (4) The points P = (a cos θ. + 1 β 2 51. b sin θ) and … (1) π  D  θ +  = ( − a sin θ. (2) Let α.8 ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. (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 53.8 48. β be the roots of ax2 + bx + c = 0 3 T11 = 15C10   2 5 b c α + β = − . x −1 49 (1) We have C50 = 100! 50! 50! 52. which is a positive integer. (2) Let P = (x1. (4) The abscissae of the points of intersection of the given curves are AIEEE/PET/PMC/Obj/Solns . 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. αβ = a a Given that α + β = 1 α 2 (− 2 ) 10 . . Ltd. y1) AP = 2 AB ⇒ B is the midpoint of AP  x1 y1 + 3  ⇒B = 2. (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.

60. negative 3c 2× ×c 2 ∴ A > 90° ⇒ The triangle is obtuse. Hence P must lie on the directrix x + a = 0 or x + 2 = 0 ⇒ x = − 2. Ltd. (3) Let us consider a fourth order matrix. So n→∞ A = (1× 5 − 8 × 12 + 7 × 15)2 . as every parabola is symmetric about its axis. Statement 2 is false.  0 −1 − 8 −15    1 0 − 5 −12  Then A =  .9 .. such a point P is the point of intersections of two perpendicular tangents to the parabola y2 = 8x. (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. x2. a  13 23 n3  = Lt  4 4 + 4 + . ∴ the point P is ( − 2. which is 8 5 0 −7    0  15 12 7 a skew symmetric statement 1 is false. 57. +  4 2n   n + 1 n + 2   3 3 = 58. 0). Now. we get f(x + 1) = f(x) ⇒ f(x) is periodic with period 1.. Lt 1 − cos (1 − cos t) t4 1 − cos (1 − cos t) (1 − cos t) ⋅ (1 − cos t)2 t4 2 Putting y = 0. matrix... ∴ ∫ f(x) dx = 4 ∫ f(x) dx = 4I. (4) We have f(x + f(y)) = f(x) + y ∀ x. (4) t →0 9c2 81 2 + c2 − c 4 16 = . AIEEE/PET/PMC/Obj/Solns . (2) Clearly. (4)  1 2 1 Lt  4 4 + 4 + . x1 x2 x3 x4 = c4 Similarly. a = dx = 1 log 2 4 ∴ a is the largest side. Now. y1 + y2 + y3 + y4 = 0 y1 y2 y3 y4 = c4 55. + 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.. x4 are the roots of this equation. 0 0 4 1 = Lt t →0 ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. 59.9 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. x3. y ∈ R. x1 + x2 + x3 + x4 = 0. cos A = b2 + c2 − a2 2 bc 56.

303 × 2   320 × 300  0. (1) In BCC lattice.86 × 0. (1) ∆T = I Kf m 1.7 kcal. 64. 4 r= AIEEE/PET/Obj/PMC/Solns . cathode. (1) 0 2 Mg(S)  → Mg(aq) + 2e – Oxidation.2 i= 1. NaCl is salt of strong acid with strong alkali.1 = 1 pH = 7.17 V – ∆G0 = nFE0 = 2 × 96500 × 3. (3) It is not a redox reaction all others are autooxidation and reduction reaction.732 = 185 pm. (4) Bond order of nitrogen is 3. Velocity being equal for all mv particles. (3) ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt.3 kcal 74. 76. (2) CH2 = CH − CH2 − CH2 − C ≡ CH 1-hexene-6-yne. Ltd. (3) 69.303 × 2 × 320 × 300 20 62. Ea = = 13. mv 72. (1) As per de Broglie’s equation λ = h . E0 = 0.975 or 97.37 V + 0 2Ag(aq) + 2e  → 2Ag(S) – Reduction. 66.95 1.10 .17 = – 611. 65. 1 × 10−3 M NaOH + 1 × 10−3 M HCl → Neutral.2 1 λ∝ .37) = 3. (3) 77. (4) log 4K1 Ea  320 − 300  =  K1 2. (3) 71. (2) + − H(aq) + OH(aq)  → H2O(aq) ∆H of strong acid with strong base = – 13.95 = 1 + (3 – 1)α α = 0. i = 1 + (n – 1)α 2. Acidic nature of acid decreases with lower enthalpy of neutralization.602 × 2. Number of millimoles of acid and alkali = 10 × 0.5% 73. 70. 1 2 3 4 5 6 63. n=2 0 0 0 Ecell = Ecathode − Eanode = 0.10 PART C: CHEMISTRY 61. Wavelength of the subatomic particle will be large if its mass is small.80 V. (3) NaOH + HCl → NaCl + H2O.86 × 0. 67.80 – ( – 2. (4) C – C sigma bond has free rotation around its axis. anode.8 kJ 75.1 = 2.1 = i × 1. (4) 68. E0 = – 2. (1) radius of the species (r) = edge length (a)× 3 4 428 × 1. with smaller bond length and greater bond energy.

(2) 85. 84. decreases the electron density – Least reactive to electrophilic substitution reaction. (3) AIEEE/PET/Obj/PMC/Solns . greater will be the basic nature M(OH)3. (2) 90. K+ has the least value. greater will be its polarizing power of an anion. (1) 89. (1) Cl en Cl en en Cl Cl Cl Co en Co Co en Cl trans en cis Mirror Optical isomers Geometrical isomerism 82. (1) La+3 ion is bigger than Lu+3 ion. (2) 80. Bigger the size of the cation. Fully eclipsed Least stable Skew/Gauche Stable – moderate B – Methyl group by + I and hyperconjugation increases electron density highly. more is the stability of the conformer. (4) Greater the charge/size of cation. (4) 86. ♣ Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. 81. (3) D – Nitro group – most powerful – I effect electron withdrawing group in the benzene ring. .11 78. (1) 87. Ltd. Be+2 has the highest value. due to + M effect increases the electron density. F FH H H F HO H H OH H HO H H H H H Anti/Staggered Most stable 83. (3) Greater the distance between the atoms or groups.11 C – Chlorine has electron withdrawing I effect in addition. (3) 88. 79.

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