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ANSWERS, HINTS & SOLUTIONS
FULL TEST V
PAPER2
Q. No.
PHYSICS
CHEMISTRY
MATHEMATICS
1. B B B
2. B B A
3. B A D
4. D D B
5. A B A
6. A D A
7. D C A
8. A D A
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P P h hy ys si i c cs s PART I
SECTION A
1. Let just after collision between A and B, v
1
and v
2
be the velocity of masses A and B respectively
v
0
=v
2
v
1
. . . (1)
mv
0
=mv
1
+
2
m
v
2
2v
0
=2v
1
+v
2
. . . (2)
Using (1) and (2) we have
v
1
=v
0
/3, v
2
=4v
0
/3
Now let v
3
and v
4
will be the velocity of mass B and
respectively just after collision between B and C
4v0/3
B
F
A C
v0/3
Situation after collision between A and B
4v
0
/3=[v
4
v
3
] M . . . (3)
2mv
0
/3 =mv
3
/2 +Mv
4
. . . (4)
Using M (3) +(4)
  ( )
0
3
2v 1
m 2M m 2M v
3 2
= +
v
3
=
0
4v m 2M
3 m 2m
(
(
+
For only one collision between masses A and B
v
3
>0 and v
3
> v
0
/ 3
m>2M and m> 10M/ 3
2. N(t) =
n
0
1
N
2
 

\ .
Where n is no of half lives
5. Q
A
=20 C
Q
B
=60 C
Q
C
=80 C
12.
0 v A A
3
U nc T 2 RT
2
= =
0
A
U
T
3R
= ,
0
B C
2U
T T
3R
= =
0 A
A B
A 0
2U nRT
V V
P 3P
= = = ,
C o
c
C 0
nRT 4V
V
P 3P
= =
cycle AB BC CA
W W W W = + +
=
0
0.772U
3
%q =
cycle cycle
BC AB
W W
100 100
Heat supplied Q Q
=
+
=13.38%
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SECTION  C
2. Since o =
AO =BO =20 cm
AB =
2 2
d d 2d dcos120 +
AB =\3d
Now AB is the range of the projectile from A to B.
\3d =
2
u sin2
g
u
60
30
30
120
d
d
A
u
B
O
\3d =
2
u 3
2g
Putting d =0.2 m
u =2 m/s
4. u
q
=C
V
1
T
q
=C
TV
1/q
=C
PV
1(1/q)
=C
Compare with PV
x
=C
x =1
1
q
Now, AQ
R R
r 1 1 x
 
+

\ .
and AW
R
1 x
 

\ .
R
W r 1 2
1 x
R R
Q r x 3
r 1 1 x
 

A   \ .
= = =

A \ .
+
=
5
1
2
3
5
3
x
3
x =2/3 =1
1
q
q =3
5. Power =40 kV 10 mA =400 W.
99 % of it is produced as heating power
Heating power =396 W =396 J oules per second.
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C Ch he em mi i s st tr r y y PART I I
SECTION A
1.
OH
OH
( )
PCC Excess
CHO
O
1equivalent
H
+
OH
OH
HC
O O
O
3
3
CH MgBr
H O
+
C H
3
OH
CHO
4
NaBH
C H
3
OH
CH
2
OH
2. BayerVilliger oxidation.
3. ( ) ( )
2 2 2
2C H g C H g +
( ) H 310 2 94 98 ( A = +
=24 kcal
4.
4 4 2
NH OH HCl NH Cl H O
1 1
20 2 16 1.6 0 0
10 10
0.4 0 1.6
+ +
= =
The resulting solution is a basic buffer.
 
 
b
Salt
pOH pK log
Base
= +
1.6
4.74 log
0.4
= +
=4.74 +log4
=4.74 +0.6020
=5.342
pH =14 5. 342
=8.658
5. HF is a weaker acid than HI
HF <HCl <HBr <HI
6. Li
2
CO
3
is less stable than Rb
2
CO
3
.
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7.
C H
3
C
CH
3
CH
3
CH CH
2
H
+
C H
3
C
CH
3
CH
3
CH CH
3
1, 2 Methyl shift
C H
3
C
CH
3
CH CH
3
CH
3
( )
( )
2
1 H O
2 H
C H
3
C
OH
CH
3
CH CH
3
CH
3
8.
H
+
Ring expansion
1, 2 Hydride shift
( )
( )
2
1 H O
2 H
+
OH
9. Hydroborationoxidation. Anti Markownikovs addition of H
2
O.
10. [Ag
+
] to start the ppt. of Cl
( )
10
sp 9
K AgCl
1.7 10
1.7 10 M
0.1 Cl
= = =
(
[Ag
+
] to start the ppt. of Br
( )
13
sp 12
K AgBr
5 10
5 10 M
0.1 Br
= = =
(
[Ag
+
] to start the ppt. of
2
4
CrO
( )
1/2
1/2
12
sp 2 4 6
2
4
K Ag CrO
1.9 10
4.36 10 M
0.1 CrO
(
(
( = = =
(
( (
Order of ppt.
2
4
Br ,Cl ,CrO
.
11. When Cl
starts precipitating
[Br
]
( )
13
sp 4
9
K AgBr
5 10
3 10 M
1.7 10 Ag
+
= = =
(
12. [Ag
+
] to start the ppt. of AgBr
( )
13
sp 12
K AgBr
5 10
5 10 M
0.1 Br
= = =
(
SECTIONB
1. (A)
( )
( )
3
3
2
i O
ii Zn/H O
CH CHO HCHO +
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(B)
( )
( )
3
2

i O
3 2 2 ii Zn/H O
O
CH C CH CHO OHC CH CHO +
(C)
( )
( )
3
2
i O
ii Zn/H O
HCHO HCHO + +
CHO
CHO
(D) ( )
( )
3
2
i O
3 3 ii Zn/H O
CH CHO CH CHO +
SECTION C
1.
H
2
C CH
2
Cl
CH
2
CH
3
, H
2
C C CH
2
CH
3
Cl
H
( ) d+
2. COOH SO
3
H OH
O
2
N NO
2
NO
2
COOH
NO
2
, , ,
3.
C H
3
C
O
H C H
3
CH
2
C
O
H and
react with Fehling solution.
4.
Pt
NH
3
Br
Cl
Py
Pt
Br
NH
3
Cl
Py
Pt
NH
3
Cl
Br
Py
5.
( )
x y 2 2 2
y y
C H x O xCO H O
4 2
5 ml 30 ml 0
y
0 30 5 x 5x
4
 
+ + +

\ .
(
+
(
5x =10, x =2
y
5 x 15
4
 
+ =

\ .
y =4
Formula of hydrocarbon =C
x
H
y
x +y =2 +4 =6.
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M Ma at th he em ma at ti i c cs s PART I I I
SECTION A
1. ( )
3
dy y
y 1 cosx 0
dx x
+ + =
( )
3 2
1 dy 1
1 cosx
dx y y x
= +
Let
2
1
u
y
=
( )
1du u
1 cosx
2dx x
+ = +
2
dx
2
x
IF e x = =
}
( )
2 2
ux 2 x 1 cosx dx = +
}
2 3
2
2
x x
x sinx 2xcosx 2sinx k
3
2y
= + + +
2. Put
1
x t
x
+ =
3. The p.v. of D =3c 2b
AD AB
( )
b 3c 2b
=0
cosA =
2 b 1
3 c  2
=
A =60
A( 0)
B( b) C( c )
D
4. Let number of men be m.
Number of games played by men among themselves is ( )
m
2
2 C m m 1 =
Number of games which the men played with each of two women is 2m.
( ) ( )
2
m m 1 2 2m 66
m 5m 66 0
m 11, 6
=
=
=
Total number of participants =13 players
Number of games is
13
2
2 C 156 =
5. Let z = o (real root)
( ) ( )
3 2
3 i 3 m i 0 o + + o o + =
3 2
3 3 m 0 o + o o =
2
1 0 o =
m =1, 5 1 o =
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6.
( ) ( )
( ) ( )
4 3 2 2 2 2
n
2 2 2
2
1 1 n 2n n n 2n 1 n n n 1 1
T 1 1
n n 1 n n 1 n
n 1 n n 1
+ + + + + + + +
= + + = = = +
+ +
+ +
7. ( )
3 2
g' x 4x 6x 2x = +
( )
( )( )
2
2x 2x 3x 1
2x 2x 1 x 1
= +
=
1 2 3
1
a 0, a , a 1
2
= = =
1 1 2 1 1
g 4 4
2 16 8 4 16
 
= + + = +

\ .
1
BC
16
=
Area of ABCD is =
1 1
1
16 16
=
Area =
1
2
1
2
0
1 x
2 sin dx
1 x
 


+
\ .
}
Substitute x tan = u and integrate.
x
y
1 1
0
( ) h x 2 t
2 t
4
a 3 =
y
x
0
1/2 1
A 4 B
C
D
( ) g x =
10.
2
1 1
x 2a x 1 0
x x
   
+ + + =
 
\ . \ .
..... (1)
2
t 2at 1 0 + = ..... (2)
t 2 and t 2 > s (Given)
Equation (1) will have at least two positive roots, when at least one root of equation (2) will be
greater than 2
11. Equation (1) will have at least two negative roots, when at least one roots of equation (2) will be
less than 2
12. 2 and 2 must lie between roots
SECTION B
1.
3 3 3
a b c p + + =
3 3 3 3 3 3
a b b c c a q + + =
3 3 3
a b c r =
(A)
3 3 3
3
3
a b c 3abc
8
8R
+ +
= A
( )
1
3
3
3
3
1
3
p 3r 64
8
8 abc
p r 3r
 
 A

\ .
= A
= +
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(B)
3 3 3
2
2
a b c
14
4R
+ +
= A
( ) ( )
( )
3 3 3 2
2
2
2
3
2
3
a b c 16
14
4 abc
p 14
4
r
14
p r
4
+ + A
= A
=
=
(C)
3
3
abc
2
8R
= A
( )
( )
3
3
3
abc 64
2
8 abc
A
= A
2
3
8
2
r
=
2
3
r 4
r 8
=
=
(D)
( ) ( )
2 2 2 2
a b c 2 asin A bsin B csin C 2 s + + + + = A
( )
2
2 2 2
2 2
2
3
2
3
2
asin A bsin B csin C
2
p
.4
r
r
p
4
p 1, r 8
A
+ + =
A = A
=
= =
2 (A) Let ( ) n k tail occur at any n k places
x T x T x T x T x T x x T
Blank spaces between ( ) n k tails can be occupied by k heads.
Total probability =
k n k n k 1
n k 1 k
k
n
C 1 1
C
2 2 2
+
+
   
=
 
\ . \ .
(B) Treating the k heads as one unit,
Probability =
n k 1
1
n
C
2
+
(C) and (D) follows from (A) and (B)
SECTION C
1. Let OD = a and AD = 1 a
OC =OD +CD = 1 a
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OC
2
=
( )
2
a 1 a 1 2 a(1 a + = +
( ) a 1 a should be maximum
at
1
a
2
= , the above expression attains maximum value
OD =
1
2
AD =
1
2
AB =2AD = 2
2.
2 2 2
1 a c b
cosB
2 2ac
+
= =
( )
2
2
a c b ac 0 + =
1 satisfies the given equation
3. The portion of tangent intercepted between tangent at vertices subtends right angle at focus.
Centre of circle is the midpoint of the portion of the tangents intercepted between the tangent
at vertices
4. Let the six persons P
1
, P
2
, P
3
, P
4
, P
5
and P
6
be seated.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 2 3 4 5 6
x x x x x x x
_ P _ P _ P _ P _ P _ P _
x
1
is the number of seats to left of P
1
, x
2
is the number of seats in between P
1
and P
2
, , x
7
is the number of seats to right of P
6
such that
1 2 3 7
x x x ...... x 9 + + + + = .
i.e., coefficient of x
9
in
( ) ( )
2 5
2 2 3 15 6 1 10
6 6
1 x x ...... x x x ...... C C
+
+ + + + + + = =
6 persons can be arranged in 6! ways
10
6
P is the answer
5. 6
83
+8
83
=(7 +1)
83
+(7 1)
83
=2(
83
C
0
(7)
83
+
83
C
2
(7)
81
+ +
83
C
82
(7)
1
)
=7 +83 7 2
Remainder is 5