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ANSWERS, HINTS & SOLUTIONS FULL TEST – II

 
 

PAPER-2

 

QQ NNOO

 

PHYSICS

 

CHEMISTRY

 

MATHEMATICS

1.

A

C

A

ALL INDIA TEST SERIES

2.

B

C

A

3.

C

B

B

4.

B

A

A

5.

C

B

A

6.

A

A

A

7.

D

A

B

8.

B

B

A

9.

D

B

A

10.

A

B

A

11.

A

A

B

12.

B

A

C

13.

C

C

C

14.

C

D

B

15.

B

C

C

16.

A

D

C

17.

B

A

D

18.

A

D

B

19.

A

B

A

 

(A)

(q, r), (B) (q, r, s)

(A)

(r), (B) (p)

(A)

(p), (B) (q)

1.

(C)

(p), (D) (p)

(C)

(s), (D) (q)

(C)

(r), (D) (s)

   

(A)

(r), (B) (p, q, r, s)

(A)

(p), (B) (q)

(A)

(r), (B) (s)

2.

(C)

(q), (D) (s)

(C)

(r), (D) (s)

(C)

(q), (D) (p)

 

(A)

(s)

(A)

(p, q, r, s)

(A)

(s)

(B)

(r)

(B)

(p, q, s)

(B)

(p)

3.

(C)

(p)

(C)

(r)

(C)

(r)

(D)

(q)

(D)

(p, r)

(D)

(q)

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PPhhyyssiiccss

PART – I

3.

4.

6.

16.

According to the question g  h   g  1   2
According to the question
g
h
g
1
2
R
h 
e
1 
R
e 
2
h
h
 
1
0
2
R
e R
e
5
1 R
e
h = 

2

From figure it is clear   180  (i  r) sini sin60 
From figure it is clear
  180  (i  r)
sini
sin60 
and

3 
sinr
sinr

r = 30

= 90

F

= qvB sin = qvB (= 90)

So, B =

F

qv

Now,

 

0

2

I

5

p

=

I = 4 amp.

3.2

10

20

1.6

I

2

q

10

5

19

10

7

4

10

3

= 5 10 -7 T

i = 60 i = 60 r r r  v 2 v 1 M
i = 60
i = 60
r r
r
v 2
v
1
M
m
C M
B

If

the distance of point R from third current carrying current is X, then

B

R = 0

19.

  2.5 0 2  7  5  10  0 4 
 2.5
0 2
 7
5
10
0
4
so x =  1 m
P(2r)dr = 2r dv
dr
 2(r+dr)  dv
dr
dv
P(2r)dr =  2 
   dr
 
dr

2v r
0
P(2r) =  2 
2
R
2

v
0
P =
2
R

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CChheemmiissttrryy

PART – II

1.

2.

3.

4.

H O O   H 
H
O
O
H

OH H + O OH OHCH CH OH  2 2
OH
H
+
O
OH
OHCH CH OH

2
2

(III) is most reactive (resonance activation) followed by N (inductive activation). (II) is more deactivated (resonance deactivation) followed by (I) (inductive deactivation).

1  KE KE  2 1  KE   2 1 0.99 1
1

KE
KE
 2
1
KE
 
2
1
0.99
1
1
KE
0.99
2 KE
1
2
KE 2  1.02 KE 1
KE
 KE
2
1
% change is KE =
 100
KE
1

2%

H 0, S 0 Reaction may be non-spontaneous at 25 o C

G H TS

= 180 – 298 × 150 × 10 -3

= 135.3 > 0

= Non-spontaneous

To make it spontaneous G 0. We have to increase the temperature.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

T

H

180

10

3

S

150

= 1200 K = 927 o C.

Above critical temperature (T C ), gas can not be liquified on cooling, the average energy of molecule decreases.

Positive charge on nitrogen of diazo group is stabilized by electron releasing group.

Within

" COO

amino

acid,

R

NH

"

3 .

proton

is

accepted

from

COOH group by NH 2 group to from

More the number of alkyl substitute at double bond, greater its thermodynamic stability.

C – H bond is broken in non rate determining step, therefore, substitution of -H by deuterium doesn’t affect the rate of reaction.

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16. There are total four types of -H and two types of carbonyl, hence a total of eight aldol would be formed.

17. 2.37 0.8

cell

E

o

= 3.17 V

E

logK

o

0.059

2

logK

c

107.45

c

18. Maximum work = nFE = 6 × 10 2 kJ

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MMaatthheemmaattiiccss

PART – III

1. Perfect square = 100 – 1 = 9(excluding one)

square =  1 0 0  – 1 = 9(excluding one) Perfect cubes = 

Perfect cubes = 100

Perfect

4 th

powers =

1/ 3

 

1

3

100

1/ 4

   

1

2

5 th

6 th

100

1/ 5

1/ 6

1

1

1

1

Perfect

Perfect

Now, perfect 4 th powers have already been counted in perfect squares and perfect 6 th powers have been counted with perfect squares as well as with perfect cubes Hence the total ways = 9 + 3 + 1 – 1 = 12

powers =

powers = 100

2. [sin –1 x] > [cos –1 x]  x > 0 y  /2
2. [sin –1 x] > [cos –1 x]  x > 0
y
/2
y =1
O
1
-1
cos1
sin1
x
 1,
x
 
0,
cos1
Clearly [cos –1 x] =
  0,
x
 (cos1, 1]
 0 ,
x
 [0,
sin 1)
[sin –1 x] =
1,
x
 
sin 1, 1

Hence [sin 1 x] > [cos 1 x] x [sin 1, 1].

3. As roots are of opposite sign, product of roots < 0

a 2 + b 2 – 1 < 0

a 2 + b 2 < 1

|a + ib| < 1

So, the point a + ib lies inside a circle of centre (0, 0) and radius 1.

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4.

6.

7.

8.

9.

11.

12.

|z – 2 + 3i| = 6 is a circle with centre (2, –3) and radius 6 and |z – 4 – i| = |z – 12 – i| is the perpendicular bisector of (4, 1) and (12, 1) is a line parallel to axis imaginary. Now this line The line is tangent to circle at complex number (8 – 3i). Hence only one complex number satisfies the above equation.

(8, 1) (4, 1)   1   (8, -3) (2, -3)
(8, 1)
(4, 1) 
1
(8, -3)
(2, -3)

(12, 1)

Coordinates of point T (a cos , 0) so distance from focus of the point T is a (e cos )

There are 8 even and 9 odd numbers. So probabilities of getting first even number is

8

17

and

9 8 9 72 17 , so required probabilities =   17 17 729
9
8
9
72
17 , so required probabilities =
17
17
729
A
I
B
90 0
I 1

probabilities of getting second odd number =

BI = r cosec

B

= 4R sin

2

BI 1 = r 1 sec

B

= 4R sin

2

II 1 =

II

2 2 (BI)  (BI) 1 = 4R  sin
2
2
(BI)  (BI)
1 = 4R
 sin

A

2

A

2

C

sin

2

cos C

2

A

= 4R sin

2

R = 15

8

A

2

3

1

1

 

 

r

p

r

 

1

n

dx

y r =

 

1 

 

1

r

2

1

n

log

1

r



 

 

1

 

r

1

log y =

lim logy

n



r

=

1

p

k

0

log(1x)

= (k + 1) log(1 + k) – k

C

px 2 + 4xy + qy 2 + 4a(x + y + 1) = 0 represents pair of straight lines iff 4apq + 16a 2 – 4a 2 p – 4a 2 q – 16 a2 = 0

42 – 4a+ ap + aq – pq = 0.

For real , 16a 2 – 4.4(ap + aq – pq) 0

(a – p)(a – q) 0 a p or a q

f(x) = ax 2 – bx + 2 f(0) = 2 f(– 1) = a + b + 2 < 0

(a + b + 4 < 0)

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13.

14.

f(0) f(– 1) < 0

One root lie between (– 1, 0)

Nothing can be said about ab

Here only one condition is given. So degree is 2.

2

Any point on the parabola is (t , t). Shift the origin to (–4, 0) so that the line becomes X + y = 0 and the point (t 2 , t) becomes (4 + t 2 , t) where X = x + 4. If (X 1 , y 1 ) is the image of (4 + t 2 , t) in

X + y = 0, then

X 1

1

y

 

0

1

1

0

 

4

t

2

t

X 1 = –t, y 1 = –(4 + t 2 ) and in the original coordinates x 1 = –4 – t, y 1 = –4 – t 2

the equation of image is (x + 4) 2 = –(y + 4).

15.

16.

17.

18.

19.

Shift

x

1

y

1

x

1

the origin to the point

(0,

3

1

 

0

0

1

1     

q(h

3)

 

p

h

1

q(h

3)

p

,

y

1

3

 

h

3) so that any point

(since m = 0)

px 1 = qy 1 + 1 – 6q

(x 1 ,

and hence the reflected line is px qy = 1 6q.

y 1 )

on the reflected line is given by

Equation of the tangent to the given circle at (2, – 1) is 2x + y – 3 = 0. Shift the origin to the point (–2, 0) so that the two lines becomes y = X and 2X + y – 7 = 0. Any

point on the line is (h, 7 – 2h) and its reflection in y = X is given by

X 1 = 7 – 2h, y 1 = h X 1 = 7 – 2y 1

X  

1

y

1

 

0

1

1

0



 

y

h

2h

 

 x 1 + 2 = 7 – 2y 1 and hence the reflection of
 x 1 + 2 = 7 – 2y 1 and hence the reflection of the tangent is
x
5
2y + x – 5 = 0 or y =
(
2)
which touch the parabola y 2 = – 5x.
 2
4
x
In the new definition l =
, etc.
x
 y
 z

d(O, P) = k

|x| + |y| + |z| = k

which represents a set of 9 planes making

well

negative

intercepts of

three axes. See the

adjacent figure.

lengths k

of

all

on positive as

sides

Y

Z

X (0, 0, k) (k, 0, 0) (0, k, 0) Y (0, k, 0) (0,
X
(0, 0, k)
(k, 0, 0)
(0, k, 0)
Y
(0, k, 0)
(0, 0, k)
X
Z

The maximum value of d(O, P) = circumradius of sphere = a.

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SECTION – B

1.

 

 

dx

x

2xdx

 

a

2

x

2

a

2

x

2

a

2

x

2

2

 

x

 

2

a

 

dx

 

=

2I

2a

 

2

 
 

a

2

 

x

2

2

x

2

 

dx

1

dx

 

a

2

x

2

2

2a

2

a

2

x

2

 

x

=

c

 

2a

2

a

2

x

2

Put x = a sec

.

dx = a sec tan d

 

I =

asec

tan

d

 

1

sin

 

a

2

sec

2



a tan

a

2

x

 

c

(A) I =

(B)

(C)

Put x = a sin

dx = a cosd

x

a

2

x

2

2 2 x  a 2 a x
2
2
x
a
2
a
x

2

c

I =

acos acos d

 

a

2

sin

2

cot

2

 

d

= –cot+ c

= –

2 2 a  x
2
2
a
x

x

sin

1

x

a

c

 

2 2 a  x
2
2
a
x

x

cos

1

x

a

c

.

(D)

Put x = a sec

dx = a sec tan d

a tan asec   tan   d  I =   a
a tan asec
tan
 
d
 I =
a
tan
asec 
= a tan – a + c
x
2
2
1
= 
x
a
asec
c
.
a
4
1
2. Required area =
(A)
2
xdx
4
 4
2
0
4
4
8
3 / 2
=
x
8
0
3
3
 / 2
5
5
(B)
sin
x
cos
x
dx
0
 / 2
4
2
16
5
=
2
sin xdx
2
 
5
3
 
15
0

2

 

d

(C)

For equation S + k = 0 to represent pair of lines

1

2

2

3

2 1

1

2

1

k

0

a

2

x

2

a

2

a

2

x

2

2

.

dx

3(1 + k) – 1 – 2(2 + 2k + 2) – 2(2 + 6) = 0

k = –22

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(D) Let p.v. of given points be

A

ˆ i ˆ j k ˆ

, B

 AC 2i ˆ ˆ j 2k ˆ

2i ˆ 2j ˆ k ˆ

the plane may be

 AB ˆ i ˆ j

and

 

2

1

Thus,

1

1

0

0

2

1

2

–2– 2(–2) + (–1 – 2) = 0

 =

1

2

and C

ˆ

3i ˆ k

, so that two vectors in

3. (A) The equation will have roots of opposite sign if it has real roots and product of roots is

negative 4 (b 2 + 1) 2 12 (b 2 3b + 2) 0 and

1 < b < 2

(B) The probability of problem being solved is 1

= 1

=

2

3

 

1

3

1



 

2

2

 

3

,

1

1

 

1

3

 

1



(C) x = 5 – (y + z) yz + x (y + z) = 8

yz + (y + z) (5 – (y + z)) – 8 = 0

y 2 + y (z – 5) + (z 2 – 5z + 8) = 0

For real solution, (z – 5) 2 – 4 (z 2 – 5z + 8) 0

(z – 1)

 

z

7

3

 

0

1 z

7

3

b

2

3b

2

3

0

P

A

P B P C