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FI I TJEE Talent Reward Exam

for student presentl y in

Class 11

Time: 3 Hours Maximum Marks: 214

Instructions:

Note:

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sheet before attempting the paper. Wrong CODE or no CODE will give wrong results.

1. This Question Paper Consists of 7 Comprehension Passages based on Physics, Chemistry and

Mathematics which has total 29 objective type questions.

2. All the Questions are Multiple Choice Questions having only one correct answer. Each question

from Q. 1 to 9 carries +6 marks for correct answer and 2 marks for wrong answer. Each question

from Q. 10 to 29 carries +8 marks for correct answer and 3 marks for wrong answer.

3. Answers have to be marked on the OMR sheet.

4. The Question Paper contains blank spaces for your rough work. No additional sheets will be

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5. Blank papers, clip boards, log tables, slide rule, calculator, cellular phones, pagers and electronic

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SECTION I

(COMPREHENSION TYPE)

Passage - 1

(For questions no. 1 - 3)

Two blocks each of mass m =2 kg are kept on each other.

Both the blocks are having initial speed =50 m/s. After time

t =2s two equal forces F =10 N are applied on each block

as shown in diagram. After t =4s the lower surface starts

applying friction and upper block is removed gently (take the

direction of applied force as positive direction)

m

m

F

F

=0.3

u =50 m/s

0.3 =

2

1. Calculate the displacement covered by each block in t =4s

(A) 0 (B) 60 m

(C) 190 m (D) 140 m

2. What is the value of friction on upper block upto 4s?

(A) 0 (B) 10 N

(C) 15 N (D) 20 N

3. Draw the graph of friction verses time at lower surface after 4s.

(A)

t

f

(B)

t

f

(C)

t

f

(D)

t

f

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Passage - 2

(For questions no. 4 - 6)

Thermodynamic processes taking place at constant temperature are called isothermal

processes. Those taking place at constant volume and at constant pressure respectively are

called isochoric and isobaric processes. Processes accompanying with no heat change are

called adiabatic processes. Consider one mole of an ideal gas undergoes the following

processes X Y Z X in the given figure.

X

V

o

l

u

m

e

Temperature

Z

200 K 400 K

10L

20 L

Y

Answer the following questions on the basis of above write up.

4. Which of the following process is represented by the path X Y?

(A) Isothermal (B) Isobaric

(C) Isochoric (D) Adiabatic

5. The process which occurs in going from Y Z is:

(A) Isothermal (B) Adiabatic

(C) Isochoric (D) Isobaric

6. How much work is done in the process X Y?

(A) 1.8 J oule (B) 8.21 J oule

(C) 2.6 J oule (D) None of these

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Passage - 3

(For questions no. 7 - 9)

Arrangement round a circular table: A circular table has no head and arrangements like these in

the figure given below are considered identical.

B C

D

A

E

E B

C

A

D

C D

E

B

A

D E

B

C

A

If n persons are arranged in a straight line, there are n! different ways in which this can be done.

When n persons sit round a circular table, each circular arrangement will be equivalent to n

arrangements in a line, so there are (n 1) ! different arrangement of n persons round a circle.

Alternatively, we can regard any one person as head and place the other (n 1) persons in

( ) n 1! different ways.

B

R

C

C

R

B

the number of circular permutations of n different persons taken all at a time

( ) n 1! Arrangement of beads (all distinct) around a circular wire: A circular wire differs from a

circular table because when we turn it over we see that the other side presents an arrangement

of different beads different from that on the first side. If the wire on the left is turned over we

obtain the arrangements on the right. Thus two different arrangements for persons around a

circular table are same for beads around a circular wire. Thus number of ways in this case in

( )

1

n 1 !

2

Read the above points carefully and answer the following questions:

7. A round robin conference of prime ministers of 40 countries, including India and Pakistan

is to be held. The number of ways in which prime ministers can be seated so that prime

ministers of India and Pakistan are never together, is

(A) 37.38! (B) 38.38!

(C) 36.38! (D) 35.35!

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8. A round robin conference of prime ministers of 40 countries is to be held. The number of

ways in which they can be seated such that prime ministers of America and Britain are

always together and those of Russia and India are always together, is

(A) 2 37! (B) 4 37!

(C) 2 38! (D) 4 38!

9. A round robin conference of prime ministers of 40 countries is to be held. The number of

ways in which they can be seated so that prime minister of India neither sits with

Pakistani counterpart nor with Chinese counterpart, is

(A) 111 37! (B) 333 37!

(C) 666 37! (D) 1332 37!

Passage - 4

(For questions no. 10 - 14)

Consider the situation on moon. From a space ship moving with

x

U =10 m/s

a solid spherical ball of m =100 gm and radius r =1 m at t =0 is

thrown perpendicular to plane of motion of space ship. At the time

ball is thrown it is pressed by two fingers which apply equal and

opposite force

F 2 j =

shown in figure for t =0.1414 s which rotates the ball in YZ plane

clockwise. The ball falls on incline of inclination 45 and base length

30 m. Incline is also moving with same velocity (

x

U =10 m/s) as

space ship. Perpendicular distance between X-Y plane of space ship

and top of incline is z =60 m. (g

moon

=g/6 and g =10 m/s

2

) neglect

radius of ball w.r.t. height.

X

Z

Y

2N

2N

z =60m

h

=

6

0

m

30 m

45

10. Calculate the time taken ball to reach top of incline from space ship

(A) 5 s (B) 6 s

(C) 8 s (D) zero

11. Find the speed of centre of ball with which it was thrown relative to space ship.

(A) 10 m/s (B) 25 m/s

(C) 30 m/s (D) 40 m/s

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12. What is the acceleration of ball at t =7

th

sec?

(A) 10.30 m/s

2

(B) 0.85 m/s

2

(C) 7.07 m/s

2

(D) 1.17 m/s

2

13. Calculate the speed of centre of ball when it reaches the bottom of incline w.r.t. ground.

(A) 10.3 m/s (B) 16.5 m/s

(C) 17.2 m/s (D) zero

14. Find the ratio of linear kinetic energy to total kinetic energy

(A) 65 : 84 (B) 1 : 1

(C) 30 : 70 (D) 7 : 15

Passage 5

(For questions no. 15 - 19)

The product of the concentrations (in mol L

-1

) of the ions of an electrolyte raised to power of

their coefficients in the balanced dissociation equation in the solution at any concentration is

known as ionic product (I.P). Its value changes with change in concentration and temperature.

If the solution is saturated, the ionic product is called solubility product (K

sp

) which depends only

on temperature.

Mg(OH)

2

is sparingly soluble in water. Its solubility product (K

sp

) in water is 5 10

-13

at

certain temperature.

Answer the following questions on the basis of above write up.

15. What is the molarity of the saturated aqueous solution of Mg(OH)

2

?

(A) 4 10

-2

M (B) 5 10

-5

M

(C) 4 10

-5

M (D) 3 10

-3

M

16. What is the solubility of Mg(OH)

2

in water in g/litre?

[Molecular mass of Mg(OH)

2

=58]

(A) 4.1 10

-3

g/L (B) 5 10

-5

g/L

(C) 2.9 10

-3

g/L (D) 3.6 10

-3

g/L

17. What is the pH of its saturated solution?

(A) 8 (B) 10

(C) 9 (D) 4

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18. What is the minimum pH necessary to cause a precipitate of Mg(OH)

2

from a 0.5 M

Mg(NO

3

)

2

solution?

(A) 10 (B) 12

(C) 6 (D) 8

19. Find the moles of NH

4

Cl required to prevent Mg(OH)

2

from precipitating in a litre of

solution which contains 0.02 moles of NH

3

and 0.005 moles of Mg

2+

ions.

[Given K

b

(NH

3

) =10

-5

]

(A) 2 10

2

(B) 0.02

(C) 0.2 (D) 2 10

3

Passage 6

(For questions no. 20 - 24)

In a triangle if the sum of two sides is x and their product is

( )

y x 2 y > such that

( ) ( ) x z x z y + = where z is the third side of the triangle.

On the basis of above information, answer the following questions:

20. Greatest angle of the triangle is

(A)

o

105 (B)

o

120

(C)

o

135 (D)

o

150

21. Circum radius of the triangle is

(A) x (B) y

(C) z (D) none of these

22. In radius of the triangle is

(A)

( )

y

2 z x +

(B)

( )

z

2 x y +

(C)

( )

y 3

2 z x +

(D)

( )

z 3

x y +

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23. Area of the triangle is

(A)

y 3

4

(B)

x 3

4

(C)

z 3

4

(D) none of these

24. The sides of the triangle are

(A)

( )

2

x x 4y

, z

2

(B)

( )

2

y y 4z

,z

2

(C)

( )

2

z z 4x

,z

2

(D) none of these

Passage 7

(For questions no. 25 - 29)

(1). The set of all elements which are either in the set A or in the set B or in both is called

union of A and B. It is denoted by A B . { } A B x: x A or x B = e e .

(2). The set of all elements which are common to both of the sets A and B is called

intersection of A and B. It is denoted by A B . { } A B x: x A, x B = e e .

(3). A set A is called subset of set B if A is in B. It is denoted by A B _ In this case B is

called superset of A.

(4). The set of all elements which are in the set A and not in the set B is called the difference

of B in A. It is denoted by A B. The set A B is called complement of B in A.

{ } A B x: x A, x B = e e

(5). U is the universal set. If A is any set, then U A is called complement of A. It is denoted

by A' or

c

A . { } = e e

c

A x: x U, x A

Read the above carefully and answer the following questions:

25. What is the number of non empty subsets of

1

x

1

2

x 1 log 10 , x integer

s <

`

)

?

(A)

97

2 (B)

98

2 1

(C)

89

2 1 (D)

90

2 1

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26. Let

{ }

A x 2a 1 x 3a 5 = + s s and

{ }

B x 3 x 22 = s s What is the set of values of a for

which A = | and A A B _ ?

(A)

{ }

a1 a 9 s s (B)

{ }

a 6 a 9 s s

(C)

{ }

a a 9 s (D) |

27. Let

{ }

A x x 2 0 = s and

{ }

2

x 2 x

B x10 10

= = . What is A B ?

(A) { } 2 (B) { } 1

(C)

{ }

x x 2 s (D) |

28. How many subsets { } a, b, c of { } 3, 2, 1, 0,12, 3 are there such that the line

ax by c 0 + + = makes an acute angle with the positive x axis?

(A) 43 (B) 42

(C) 50 (D) None of these

29. Let ( )

{ }

2

M x, y y x = > and ( ) ( )

{ }

2

2

N x, y x y a 1 = + s . What is a necessary and

sufficient condition for M N N = ?

(A)

5

a

4

> (B)

5

a

4

=

(C) a 1 > (D) 0 a 1 < <

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1. C 2. A 3. B 4. C

5. D 7. A 8. B 9. D

10. B 11. A 12. B 13. B

14. A 15. B 16. C 17. B

18. D 19. B 20. B 21. D

22. C 23. A 24. A 25. D

26. B 27. D 28. A 29. A

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