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Marks: 240

VERY IMPORTANT

A. The question paper consists of 3 section (Section-1 contains Chemistry, Section-2 contains Mathematics and

Section-3 contains Physics). Please fill the OMR answer Sheet accordingly and carefully.

B. Each Secti on contai ns (13 questi ons i n Part-A, 1 questi on i n Part-B and 5 questi ons i n Part-D)

and total number of pages are 32.

C. Please ensure that the Question Paper you have received contains ALL THE QUESTIONS in each Section

and PAGES. If you found some mistake like missing questions or pages then contact immediately to the

Invigilator.

INSTRUCTIONS

PART-A

1. Q.1 to Q.5 are single correct type questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which

ONLY ONE is correct. For each question, you will be awarded 3 marks if you have darkened only the bubble

corresponding to the correct answer and zero mark if no bubble are darkened. In all other cases, minus one (1)

mark will be awarded.

2. Q.6 & Q.7 are Paragraph type. Based upon the paragraph 2 single correct type questions have to be answered.

Each of these questions has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct. For each question,

you will be awarded 3 marks if you have darkened only the bubble corresponding to the correct answer and zero

mark if no bubble are darkened. In all other cases, minus one (1) mark will be awarded.

3. Q.8 & Q.9 are Reasoning type questions, contains Statement-1 (Assertion) and Statement-2 (Reason). Each

question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct. For each question you will be

awarded 3 marks, if you have darkened only the bubble corresponding to the correct answer and zero mark if no

bubble are darkened. In all other cases, minus one (1) mark will be awarded.

4. Q.10 to Q.13 are multiple correct type questions.Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which

ONE OR MORE may be correct. For each question, you will be awarded 4 marks if you have darkened only the

bubble corresponding to the correct answer and zero mark if no bubble are darkened. No negative marks will be

awarded in this section.

PART-B

5. Q.1 has Three statements (A, B, C) given in Column-I and Four statements (P, Q, R, S) given in Column-II. Any given

statement in Column-I can have correct matching with one or more statement(s) given in Column-II. For example, if

for a given question, statement B matches with the statement given in Q and R, then for the particular question,

against statement B darken the bubbles corresponding to Q and R in the OMR. For each row, you will be awarded

3 marks in which you have darkened the bubble(s) corresponding to the correct answer additional 3 Bonus marks

will be awarded if all the answers are correct. Thus Q.1 carries a maximum of 12 marks.

PART-D

6. Q.1 to Q.5 are Integer Type questions. The answer to each question is a upto 4 digit ranging from

0 to 9999. The correct digit below the question number in the OMR is to be bubbled.

For each question, you will be awarded 5 marks if you darken the bubble corresponding to the correct answer and

zero mark if no bubble is darkened.

For example, if for a given question, your answer is 7 or 77 or 777 or 7777, then for the particular question, against

question number you must fill as 0007 or 0077, 0777 & 7777 respectively in the OMR. No negative marks will be

awarded in this section.

7. Indicate the correct answer for each question by filling appropriate bubble in your answer sheet.

8. Use of Calculator, Log Table, Slide Rule and Mobile is not allowed.

9. Theanswers of thequestions must bemarkedby shadingthecircleagainst thequestionby dark Black Ball point Pen only.

CODE

A

FINAL TEST

PAPER-2 (JEEADVANCE)

USEFUL DATA

Atomic weights: Al = 27, Mg = 24, Cu = 63.5, Mn = 55, Cl = 35.5, O= 16, H= 1, P= 31, Ag = 108, N= 14, Li = 7,

I = 127, Cr = 52, K=39, S = 32, Na = 23, C= 12, Br = 80, Fe = 56, Ca = 40, Zn = 65.5, Ti = 48, Ba = 137, U= 238,

Co= 59, B =11, F = 19, He = 4, Ne = 20, Ar = 40 , Mo = 96

[Take : ln 2 = 0.69, ln 3 = 1.09, e = 1.6 10

19

, m

e

= 9.1 10

31

kg ]

Take

0

= 8.85 10

12

, g = 10 m/s

2

unless otherwise stated

CHEMISTRY

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PART-A

[SINGLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE]

Q.1 to Q.5 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLYONEis correct.

Q.1 Whichof the followingoptions regardingbimolecular collisions (BMC) inanideal gas are correct.

(A) For a fixed amount of gas taken in a rigid vessel mean free path increases linearly with root of

temperature.

(B) Collisionfrequencyof bimolecular collisions (BMC) byonemoleculeisdirectlydependent onabsolute

temperature.

(C) The average relative speed of approach of colliding molecules is taken as

M

RT

4

, (where M

represents Molar mass) when sample consists of single type of molecules.

(D)All the molecules will collide suchthat angle between their direction of approach is equal to zero.

Q.2 Decreasingorder of enol content of the followingcompounds in liquid phase

O O

(1)

O

(2)

O

(3) ) 4 (

OEt C CH

| |

O

3

(A) 2 > 1 > 3 > 4 (B) 1 > 2 > 3 > 4 (C) 4 > 3 > 2 > 1 (D) 3 > 1 > 2 > 4

Q.3 At a equilibriumpressure of 3.3atmN

2

O

4

undergoes 10%decomposition toNO

2

. At same temperature

what will be equilibriumpressure requiredfor 20%dissociation.

(A) 3.3 atm (B) 6.6 atm (C) 4 atm (D) 0.8 atm

CHEMISTRY

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Q.4 What is the correct stereochemical assignment for each of the followingalkenes?

F

(I)

F

(II) (III)

(IV)

(A) I = E; II = Z; III = E; IV = Z (B) I = Z; II = E; III = E; IV = E

(C) I = E; II = E; III = Z; IV = Z (D) I = E; II = E; III = Z; IV = E

Q.5 Whichof thefollowingcompounds has highest boilingpoint?

(A)

O

:

:

(B)

S

:

:

(C)

N

H

:(D)

B

[PARAGRAPH TYPE]

Q.6 &Q.7 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLYONEis correct.

Paragraph for Question no. 6 & 7

Acids containing oxygen are called oxyacids. Prefix 'Pyro' is used when two units of a parent acid

condense together with removal of one water molecule. When one unit of a parent acid on an average

loses awater molecule producing anacidhavingat least oneacidichydrogen, the resultingacidis called

meta - acid.

Q.6 Select correct statement withrespect to pyrosulphuric acid and pyrophosphoric acid.

(A) Pyrophosphoric acid has p p linkage whereas pyrosulphuric acid has S O S linkage.

(B) Both have same number of acidic hydrogens per unit.

(C) Both have same number of p dbonds.

(D) Both have two tetrahedra sharing one corner.

Q.7 Whichof thefollowingis/are correct?

(A) Meta acid of sulphuric acid does not exist. (B) Pyro acid of nitric acid does not exist

(C) Peroxyacid of chloric acid does not exist. (D) All of these are correct.

CHEMISTRY

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[REASONING TYPE]

Q.8 to Q.9 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLYONEis correct.

Q.8 Statement-1 : Radial part of wave function of 4p

x

and 3p

y

are not same.

Statement-2 : Radial part of wave functions depends on l &mand angular part of wave function

depends on n &l.

(A) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is true and statement-2 is correct explanation for statement-1.

(B) Statement-1is true, statement-2istrueandstatement-2isNOTthecorrect explanationfor statement-1.

(C) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is false.

(D) Statement-1 is false, statement-2 is true.

Q.9 Statement 1 : Resonatingstructures of

NH

O

canshowgeometrical isomerismat roomtemperature.

Statement 2 : Lonepairof nitrogenwill participateinresonancebut onlyEformisstableinitsresonating

structure.

(A) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is true and statement-2 is correct explanation for statement-1.

(B) Statement-1is true, statement-2istrueandstatement-2isNOTthecorrect explanationfor statement-1.

(C) Statement-1 is false, statement-2 is true.

(D) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is false.

[MULTIPLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE]

Q.10 to Q.13 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONEORMOREmaybe correct.

Q.10 Agaseous organic compound C

x

H

2y

O

y

(M=150) was burnt with four times the amount of O

2

gas as

required for complete combustion. The resulting gases when cooled to 1 atmpressure &300 Kwere

found to occupy(4.926) lit along with 0.9 gmof water. Identifythe correct option(s).

(A) If 10 ml of organic compound is taken then oxygen taken should be 200 ml.

(B) Fraction of Obynumber in the compound is

3

2

(C) The compound should be C

4

H

6

O

3

.

(D) Percent of Hbymass in the compound will be %

15

100

.

CHEMISTRY

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Q.11 In which of the followingreactionCO

2

gas will evolve.

(A)

CO H

2

3

NaHCO

(B)

OH

3

NaHCO

(C)

SOH

O

O

3

NaHCO

(D)

CH

3

CH

3

CH

3

OH

3

NaHCO

Q.12 Select the correct statement.

(A)

NH

2

CH

3

is more basic than

NH

2

(B)

COOH

CH

3

is less acidic than

COOH

(C)

NMe

2

CH

3

is more basic than

NMe

2

(D)

NO

2

CH

3

has shorter CNbond length than

NO

2

Q.13 Which of the followinggas phase reactions would proceed spontaneously?

(A) Kr + He

+

Kr

+

+ He (B) Si + Cl

+

Si

+

+ Cl

(C) Cl

+ I I

+ Cl (D) O + S

S + O

CHEMISTRY

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PART-B

[MATRIX TYPE]

Q.1 has three statements (A, B, C) given in Column-I and four statements (P, Q, R, S) given in Column-II.

Anygivenstatement inColumn-I canhavecorrect matchingwithone or morestatement(s) giveninColumn-II.

Q.1 ColumnI ColumnII

(A) CH C CH C CH

3 2 3

O O

CH C = CH C CH

3 3

OH O

(P) k

f

> k

b

(B) H C N:

:C N H

+

(Q) diad tautomers

(C)

:

P

HO

OH

OH

O

OH

OH

H

P

(R) k

f

< k

b

[ K

eq

=

b

f

k

k

] (S) triad tautomers

CHEMISTRY

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PART-D

[INTEGER TYPE]

Q.1 to Q.5 are "Integer Type" questions. (The answer to each of the questions are upto 4 digits)

Q.1 Calculate minimumuncertaintyinvolved in the location of a particle whose de Broglie wavelength is

150 with an uncertainty of 0.01. Express answer in nm.

CHEMISTRY

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Q.2 Acompound

CH

2

CH

2

GG G

(G= group) has

net

= 0.8 Dand X

anti

= 0.6 then calculate the of gauche

form.

CHEMISTRY

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Q.3 Findthetotal number of elements whichhave higher ionisationenergythantheir bothadjacent elements

(either in a period or in a group in the long formof periodic table.)

Be, B, N, P, Ga, S, Mg

CHEMISTRY

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Q.4 Calculate density(gm/m

3

) of a real gas at 2atmpressure and 500 Kif molar mass =164.2gm/mole and

Vander Waal constants a and b are a =4.105 atm-litre

2

/mole

2

and b =0.1 litre/mole.

[R= 0.0821 atm-litre/mole kelvin]

CHEMISTRY

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Q.5 Bohr's atomic model can be applied to multi electronic species if Z

eff

is considered instead of Z.

UsingSlater's rules, estimate the difference in the second ionisation energies (eV) of Na andMg.

[Giveyour answer innearest wholenumber]

MATHEMTICS

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PART-A

[SINGLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE]

Q.1 to Q.5 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLYONEis correct.

Q.1 TriangleABChasAB=AC, with BC=7. Aline throughAand a point D

on the opposite side split the triangleABCas shown. The value of cos u

is

3 4

C B

A

D

u

2u

(A)

7

4

(B)

8

3

(C)

7

3

(D)

3

2

Q.2 Point Ais the vertex of the parabola whose equation is y=x

2

2. Points Band Care the intersections

of the parabola with the circle whose equation is x

2

+y

2

=8. The number of square units in the area of

AABC, is

(A) 8 (B) 4 (C) 12 (D) 16

Q.3 Let C

r

's denote the combinational coefficients in the expansion of the binomial (1 +x)

14

, thenthe value

of the sum

=

15

1 r

1 r

C r is

(A) 2

15

(B) 2

16

(C) 2

17

(D) 2

18

Q.4 Set Aconsists of 4 distinct and set-Bconsists of 3 distinct elements. Number of functions that can be

defined froma set ABwhich are not onto is

(A) 35 (B) 45 (C) 63 (D) 9

Q.5 If the circle x

2

+y

2

=4x +8y+5 intersects the line 3x 4y=m at two distinct points, then the number

of integral values of mis

(A) 47 (B) 48 (C) 49 (D) 50

MATHEMTICS

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[PARAGRAPH TYPE]

Q.6 &Q.7 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLYONEis correct.

Paragraphfor Questionnos. 6&7

In a triangle ABC the lengths of AB, BC and CA are 13, 14 and 15 units respectively.

The altitudes of the triangleABCare concurrent at the point Hand ADis the altitude on BC.

Q.6 The circumradius of the triangleABCis

(A)

8

65

(B)

8

63

(C)

4

33

(D)

2

17

Q.7 The distance between the point Hto the centre of the circle that is circumscribed around the AABC

maybe written insimplified radical formas

q

p

where p, q eN. The least value of sum(p +q), is

(A) 265 (B) 273 (C) 285 (D) 188

[REASONING TYPE]

n

Q.8 to Q.9 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLYONEis correct.

Q.8 Statement-1: f is anevenfunction, gandh are oddfunctions, all 3 beingpolynomials. Givenf (1) =0,

f (2) = 1, f (3) = 5, g (1) = 1, g (3) = 2, g (5) = 3, h (1) = 3, h (3) = 5 and h (5) = 1.

The value of ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ) 1 ( g f h ) 3 ( f h g ) 1 ( h g f + + is equal to zero.

Statement-2: If a polynomial function P(x) is odd then P(0) =0.

(A) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is true and statement-2 is correct explanation for statement-1.

(B) Statement-1is true, statement-2istrueandstatement-2isNOTthecorrect explanationfor statement-1.

(C) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is false.

(D) Statement-1 is false, statement-2 is true.

MATHEMTICS

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Q.9 Let g : RRdefined byg(x) ={e

x

}, where {x} denotes fractional part function.

Statement-1 : g(x) is periodic function.

Statement-2 : {x}is periodic function.

(A) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is true and statement-2 is correct explanation for statement-1.

(B) Statement-1is true, statement-2istrueandstatement-2isNOTthecorrect explanationfor statement-1.

(C) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is false.

(D) Statement-1 is false, statement-2 is true

[MULTIPLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE]

Q.10 to Q.13 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONEORMOREmay be correct.

Q.10 Let L

1

be a line passingthrough the origin and L

2

be the line x +y=1. If the intercept made bythe circle

x

2

+ y

2

x + 3y = 0 on L

1

and L

2

are equal, then L

1

is

(A) x + y = 0 (B) x y = 0 (C) x + 7y = 0 (D) x 7y = 0

Q.11 The possible radius of a circle whose centre is at the origin and which touches the circle

x

2

+ y

2

6x 8y + 21 = 0, is

(A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 5 (D) 7

Q.12 Consider the lines L

1

: 3x 4y+2 = 0 and 3y 4x 5 = 0, then which of the following statements is

correct?

(A) The line x +y+3 =0 bisects the acute angle between L

1

and L

2

containingthe origin.

(B) The line x y+1 =0 bisects the obtuse angle between L

1

and L

2

not containing the origin.

(C) The line x + y+3 =0 bisects the obtuse angle between L

1

and L

2

containing the origin.

(D) The line x y+1 =0 bisects the acute angle between L

1

and L

2

not containing the origin.

MATHEMTICS

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Q.13 Whichof thefollowingfunction(s) wouldrepresent a bijective mapping.

(A) f : RR f (x) = | x | Sgn x where Sgndenotes Signumfunction

(B) g : RR g (x) = x

3/5

(C) h : R R h (x) = x

4

+ 3x

2

+ 1

(D) k : R R k (x) =

2 x x

6 x 7 x 3

2

2

+

PART-B

[MATRIX TYPE]

Q.1 has three statements (A, B, C) given in Column-I and four statements (P, Q, R, S) given in Column-II.

Anygivenstatement inColumn-I canhavecorrect matchingwithone or morestatement(s) giveninColumn-II.

Q.1 Column-I Column-II

(A) The function f (x) =

4 x

2 x 3

+

in the formf

1

(x) =

d cx

b x

+

+

. The value of (b + c + d) is (Q) odd

(B) Let f (x) =

x 1

x

+

and let g(x)=

x 1

x r

. (R) prime

Let S be the set of all real numbers r such that f (g(x)) =g (f (x))

for infinitelymanyreal number x. Thenumber of elements inset Sis (S)

composite nor

prime neither

(C) If f (x) =2x + 1 then the value of x satisfying the equation

( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) 116 ) x ( f f f f ) x ( f f f ) x ( f f ) x ( f = + + + , is

MATHEMTICS

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PART-D

[INTEGER TYPE]

Q.1 to Q.5 are "Integer Type" questions. (The answer to each of the questions are upto 4 digits)

Q.1 Seven different lectures are to be delivered in 7 period of a class on a particular day. Out of 7 lecturers

A, Band Care three of them. Find the number of ways inwhich a routine for the daycan be made such

that 'A' deliver his lecture before 'B' and 'B' before 'C'.

MATHEMTICS

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Q.2 The terms a

1

, a

2

, a

3

forman arithmetic progression whose sumis 18. The terms (a

1

+1), a

2

, (a

3

+2 )

in that order, forma geometric sequence. Find the sumof all positive values of a

1

.

MATHEMTICS

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Q.3 Find the smallest integral value of 'a' for which the inequation (a 1)x

2

(a + 1)x + (a 1) > 0

for all x > 2.

MATHEMTICS

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Q.4 Let | 9a 72 | + | 8b + 96 | + | 23 c 69 | = 0. If the circle x

2

+ y

2

+ ax + by + c = 0 is orthogonal to the

circle x

2

+ y

2

+ 12x + 2ky + 9 = 0, then find the value of k.

MATHEMTICS

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Q.5 If

15

16

sin

15

8

sin

15

4

sin

15

2

sin

t

+

t

+

t

+

t

has the value equal to

b

a

where a and b eNand are relatively

prime, then find the value of (a +b).

PHYSICS

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PART-A

[SINGLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE]

Q.1 to Q.5 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLYONEis correct.

Q.1 Two balls are simultaneously thrown verticallydownwards and upwards respectivelywith the same

speed fromsame point at a height h. The first ball collides with the ground and stops. The separation

between the balls with time can be represented bythe graph.

(A)

S

t

(B)

S

t

(C)

S

t

(D)

S

t

Q.2 Aparticle of mass mbegins toslide down on a fixed smooth sphere fromthe top, whenit breaks off the

sphere, the tangential accelerationwill be

(A) 2g/3 (B) g (C)

3

5

g (D)

3

g

Q.3 Aconveyor belt moves to the right with speed v =300 m/min. Apie man puts pies on the belt at a rate

of 20per minute while walkingwithspeed 30m/mintowards areveiver at the other end. The frequency

with whichtheyare received bythe stationaryreceiver is

(A) 26.67 /minute (B) 30/minute (C) 22.22 /minute (D) 24/minute

Q.4 What is the temperature at which rms speed of molecules of hydrogen gas becomes 1000 m/s

(A) 80000 K (B) 8000 K (C) 800 K (D) 80 K

Q.5 A5 liter glass vessel is filled to its brimwith water. The coefficient of cubical expansion of water is

1.3 10

4

/Cand coefficient of volume expansion of glass is 80 10

6

/C. The temperature is in-

creased by20C. Howmuch water would overflow?

(A) 5 cc (B) 8 cc (C) 10 cc (D) 13 cc

PHYSICS

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[PARAGRAPH TYPE]

Q.6 &Q.7 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLYONEis correct.

Paragraphfor Questionnos. 6&7

Two different sound sources produce sinusoidal waves. At givenpointAin the medium, the first source

produces a wave whose equation is given by p

1

= 1 (Pa) sin (2x 600t). Here x represents the

distance (in m) fromthe source and t is time in sec. At the same point A, the second source produces a

wave whose equation is given byp

2

=

3

(Pa) sin (2x 600t). Here x represents the distance (in m)

fromthe source. Point Ais at a distance of 25 cmfromthe first source and at a distance of 50 cmfrom

the second source.

Q.6 What is the pressure amplitude at point A.

(A) 1 Pa (B) 2 Pa (C)

5

Pa (D)

1 3

Pa

Q.7 At what time after t =0 the excess pressure at point Awill be zero.

(A)

720

1

sec (B)

900

1

sec (C)

1800

1

sec (D)

3600

1

sec

[REASONING TYPE]

n

Q.8 to Q.9 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLYONEis correct.

Q.8 Consider two stars havingsame radius behavinglike black bodies.

Statement-1 : The star whichis blue in colour emits more heat energythan the star whichis red in

colour.

Statement-2 : Blue star is hotter than the red star.

(A) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is true and statement-2 is correct explanation for statement-1.

(B) Statement-1is true, statement-2istrueandstatement-2isNOTthecorrect explanationfor statement-1.

(C) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is false.

(D) Statement-1 is false, statement-2 is true.

PHYSICS

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Q.9 Aball rollingpurelyonhorizontal groundis projectedtowards awall as shown. Theball collides withthe

wall, returns andre-enters the rough region.

v

0

Rough

Smooth

Smooth

wall

Statement-1 : Just after entering, the friction onthe ball is kinetic and towards right.

Statement-2 : Frictionopposes relative motion between surfaces in contact.

(A) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is true and statement-2 is correct explanation for statement-1.

(B) Statement-1is true, statement-2istrueandstatement-2isNOTthecorrect explanationfor statement-1.

(C) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is false.

(D) Statement-1 is false, statement-2 is true.

[MULTIPLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE]

Q.10 to Q.13 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONEORMOREmay be correct.

Q.10 The first overtone of an openpipe and the fundamental note of a pipe closedat one endgive 5 beats/sec

whensoundedtogether. If the lengthof the pipe closedat one end is 25 cm, what are the possible lengths

of the open pipe ? (Neglect end corrections and take the velocityof sound in air to be 340 m/s).

(A)

m

69

68

(B)

m

67

68

(C)

m

68

67

(D)

m

68

69

Q.11 Three simple harmonic motions in the same direction havingthe same amplitude a andsame periodare

superposed. If each differs in phase fromthe next by45, then

(A) the resultant amplitude (1 +

2

)a

(B) the phase of the resultant motion relative to the first is 90

(C) the energyassociated withthe resulting motion is

2 2 3

times the energyassociated with any

singlemotion.

(D) theresultingmotionis not simple harmonic

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Q.12 In which of the following cases, the work done bythe gas during the entire cycle is negative ?

(A)

T

P

(B)

T

V

(C)

T

P

(D)

T

V

Q.13 In the situationshown, the ideal springhas force constant of 100 N/m, m=4 kg. The blockis heldwith

stringjust taut and released. Choose the correct statement(s)

m

(A) The maximumdescent of block would be 40 cm.

(B) At the mean position, the block has a speed of 2 m/s

(C) The maximumtension inspringis 80N

(D) The acceleration of the block whenit is instantaneouslyat rest is zero.

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PART-B

[MATRIX TYPE]

Q.1 has three statements (A, B, C) given in Column-I and four statements (P, Q, R, S) given in Column-II.

Anygivenstatement inColumn-I canhavecorrect matchingwithone or morestatement(s) giveninColumn-II.

Q.1 The 3 situations shown in column-I depict certain oscillating systems. Match the situation with the

corresponding description in column-II. In each case, assume amplitude of oscillation to be small and

constant.

Column-I Column-II

(A)

m

(P) Ifmassmisincreased, without changing

Aball rollingpurelyonacylindrical , its time period does not change.

trough. Radius of ball =.

(B)

l

m

Asimplependulum. (Q) If massmis increasedwithout changing

, energyof oscillation increases.

(R) If is increasedwithout changingm,

the time period decreases.

(C)

m

energyof oscillation decreases.

Asonometer wireoscillatingin

fundamental mode.

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PART-D

[INTEGER TYPE]

Q.1 to Q.5 are "Integer Type" questions. (The answer to each of the questions are upto 4 digits)

Q.1 Auniformrodof mass 4kgandlength1mis hingedat its endandheldhorizontal. The rodis released. At

the moment the rod becomes vertical, thehinge breaks and the rodrotates about its centre of mass while

fallingfreely. What is the rotational kinetic energy(inJ) of the rod thereafter ?

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Q.2 A4 kg mass is projected towards 1 kg mass with a velocity 10 m/s. All collisions are elastic and all

surfaces are smooth. Howmanytotal collisions occur between the two blocks?

4kg

1kg

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Q.3 In the figure shown whenAis pulled horizontallywith a constant velocitykeeping Bfixed, we need a

horizontal force of 10 Nto do so. KeepingAfixed (byapplying a horizontal force), when Bis pulled

horizontallywe need 30 Nforce to move Bwith a constant velocity. What is friction force between B

and ground(in N)?

B

A

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Q.4 Acylinder contains hot oil (=2400 kg/m

3

, S=2100 J/kgC) at 70C. The curvedwalls of the cylinder

are adiabatic but the flat parts are made of conducting material. The area of each flat parts = 7 cm

2

,

k =3W/mK, thickness of each flat part =1mmand surroundingis at temperature of 27C. Estimate the

time (in sec.) in which the temperature of the container drops by1C. (Round off to nearest integer).

1m

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Q.5 Sound wave travellingin air ( =1.4, T=294 K, M=28gm, R=

3

25

J/mol K) is normallyincident on

water surface (B=2.1025 10

9

Pa, density=10

3

kg/m

3

). The pressure amplitude of incident wave is

18Pa. What is the pressure amplitude (in Pa) of transmitted wave ?

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