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FIITJEE ALL INDIA TEST SERIES JEE(Advanced)-2014 ANSWERS, HINTS & SOLUTIONS CRT –II (Paper-2) Q.  

FIITJEE

ALL INDIA TEST SERIES

JEE(Advanced)-2014

ANSWERS, HINTS & SOLUTIONS CRT –II

(Paper-2)

Q.

     

No.

PHYSICS

CHEMISTRY

MATHEMATICS

1.

A

B

D

2.

B

D

B

3.

C

A

B

4.

C

A

B

5.

D

D

B

6.

A

D

B

7.

A

A

B

8.

A

C

C

9.

A

D

B

10.

A

D

A

11.

D

A

B

12.

A

B

A

13.

B

D

A

14.

A

B

C

15.

B, D

B, C, D

A, C

16.

B, C

A, B

A, D

17.

A, C

A, B

A, B, C

18.

B, C, D

A, B, D

B, D

19.

B, D

A, D

A, D

20.

A, B, C, D

A, C, D

A, C, D

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PPhhyyssiiccss

PART – I

2.

3.

7.

8.

15.

16.

= tan  

= tan  

1

2

2

1

u cos

1

2g

2

2

2

g

g

2

tan

2

tan 2   4 tan +

1



 

4

= 0

If particle will not hit the target. (b 2 4ac) < 0

   < 0

16 4

1

4

4> 3

mv

2

B

r

At B, mg sin =

Using energy considerations

1 mv

2 B

2

= mgr(cos   sin )

(1)

From (1) and (2) mg sin = 2mg(cos  sin ) 2cos= 3 sin

i = 5A 2 q m q 2 1   2C 2C 2
i =
5A
2
q m
q
2 1
2C
2C
2

Li

2

q max = 6 C

u (, )   2g 
u (, )
 2g
Smooth A N B  v B 
Smooth
A
N
B
v B

(2)

Time period does not depend on amplitude SHM and both particle will exchange velocity at every collision.

The slope of curve at such a point will be 1

dy

dx

x = L 3

2cos

 

 

L

 

x

or 2L

3



1

P

1

P

f

m 16 2m 0 16m

mv

A

2mv

B

'

'

1

2

v

16 m =

2mv

2

B

2mgh

2m 10

v

B

'

A

10 m/s

mv

'

A

 4m / s

e

v

' '

B

= 10

v

A

(

 

4)

14

7

v

A

16

v

B

0

16

8

y 135 x
y
135
x

45

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18.

If v be the velocity at mean position in two cars then

and

A 1 = A 2

T

1

T

2

2

 

m K
m
K

1

2

mv

2

1

2

KA

2

1

1

2

KA

2

2

Initially potential and kinetic both energies zero and from conservation of mechanical energy total energy of the two object zero Further, decrease in P.E. = increase in K.E.

G(m)(4m) 1 2   v r r 2 10Gm v  r r 2
G(m)(4m)
1
2
 v
r
r
2
10Gm
v
r
r
2
G(m)(4m)
4Gm
Total K.E.
r
r

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CChheemmiissttrryy

PART – II

SECTION – A

1.

4

XeO (perxenate ion) because oxidation state of Xe is +8 and it is highly unstable compound.

6

2. Br
2.
Br

Due to formation of resonance stabilized carbocation.

3.



CRT,So,C

293.4

RT

8.31

293

0.1 mol / L

If 100 ml contains 6.33 g of haematin.

1 L will contain 63.3 g of haematin.

Molecular mass of haematin = 633 u

Estimating the empirical formula of compound

C : H : N : O : F =

34 : 33 : 4 : 5 : 1

64.6

5.2

8.8

12.6

8.8

 

:

:

:

:

12

1

14

16

56

So, empirical formula is C 34 H 33 N 4 O 5 Fe, whose mass corresponds to the molecular mass.

4.

E

o

Zn

2

/ZnY

2

/Y

4

E

o

Zn

2

/Zn

0.059

2

logK

K

f

 

ZnY

2

 

 

Y

4

 

K

E

o

Zn

2

/ ZnY

2

/ Y

4



0.76

= - 1.25 V

5. T 0.5K iK m

f

f

1

K

f

0.059

2

log

10

1

3.2

10

16

 

i

T

f

0.5

K m

f

1.86

0.263

1.022

HA



H

1

0

1 

i 1     0.022

A

0

K a = C2 = 0.2 × (0.022) 2 = 9.6 × 10 -5

pK a = 4.0177

On adding 0.25 M NaA, buffer is formed.

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pH

pK

a

= 4.1146

log

10

Salt

Acid

4.0177

0.0969

6. Na B O

2

4

7

7H O  2NaOH 4H BO

2

Strong base

3

3

Weak acid



Alkaline

7.

 Na B O  2NaBO  B O 2 4 7  2 2
Na B O

2NaBO
B O
2
4
7

2
2
3
Glassy bead
Na B O
 H SO  5H O Na SO  4H BO
2
4
7
2
4
2
2
4
3
3
White crystals
OH
OH
H
 H C
H C
CH
3
CH
CH
CH 3
3
2
Ring O H  H C expansion 3 H 3 C
Ring
O
H

H C
expansion
3
H 3 C

H C

3

  H
H

H 3 C

O

8. O
8.
O

O

N

O

||

C

 

K +

Cl

CH

2

OC H

2

5



KCl

X O Z O   2NH 3 2  D 
X
O
Z
O
 2NH
3
2 
D

OH

OH

H N

2

9.

3MN M N

A

2

3

B

2

Burning

M

3

N 6H O  3M OH

2

2

B

C

All statement with respect to NH 3 are correct.

O

C  All statement with respect to NH 3 are correct. O  O CH 2

O

CH

2

COOH

Glycine

N

H

5

O

CH 2 C Y
CH 2
C
Y

/H O

2



C H OH

2

OC 2 H 5

10. Ba and Ca quite readily liberate hydrogen. In cold water Mg decomposes water only on heating. So, element (A) may be Ca and Ba not Mg.

11.

Ca OH

2

Lime water

2.303log

&

Ba OH

2

Baryta water

, both givess milkiness with CO 2 .

P

2

H

1

1

P

1

R

T

1

T

2

H

 

11.99 kJmol

1

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12

13.

14.

K

b

2

RT M

1000

H

8.314

353

2

100

1000

11.99

10

3

8.64 Kkgmol

1

T K 1 m

b

b

1

8.64

1



1

1000

100

100

= 0.158

Two structural isomers of (A) are:

Me Me Me OH
Me
Me
Me
OH

&

Me

Me Me
Me
Me

OH

There are four geometrical isomers for each strucutre, i.e. total number of stereoiosmers = 8.

Convert aldehyde and ketone to alcohol

(1) OH (5C ) (2) OH (6C ) OH (3) HO OH (2C ) 15.
(1)
OH
(5C
)
(2)
OH
(6C
)
OH
(3)
HO
OH
(2C
)
15.
CH 2 OH
CH 2 OH
OH
H
O
OH
O
H
H
O
H
H
OH
OH
H
H
H
H OH
H OH
16.
(A)
N
N
H
F
H
F
H
F

NH
NF
3
3

17.

18.

19.

(B)

(C)

(D)

(A)

(I) is 3 o allylic with extended conjugation. (II) is 3 o allylic, (III) is 3 o free radical.

Correct order is:

Correct order is: I

RS

Br

CH O

3

Cl

OH

Basic strength

F Basic strength

NH NO NaOH NH NaNO H O

4

3

3

3

2

7NaOH NaNO 4Zn  4Na ZnO NH

3

2

2

3

2H O

2

(B)

NH NO NaOH NaNO NH H O

4

2

2

3

2

3Zn 5NaOH NaNO 3Na ZnO NH

3

2

2

3

H O

2

3RT 3P    v rms M d  In metal carbonyls, M 
3RT
3P
v rms
M
d
In metal carbonyls, M
 

CO , the C – O bond length increases compared to that in CO

molecules due to synergic bonding between metal and carbonyl ligand.

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Facial and meridenal isomers

Ma b

3

3

n contains plane of symmetry.

CH COO

20. 3

0.1 1

h

H O

2

 

CH COOH

3

0.1h

OH

0.1h

0.1h



0.1h

0.1 1

h

0.1h

2

 

Ch

7.48

10

5

 

K

W

10 14

 

 

OH

 

7.48

10

5

K

h

  OH

  H  

And pH = 8.8 approx.

h

7.48

10

5

10

1

1.33

7.48

10

9

10

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MMaatthheemmaattiiccss

PART – III

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

We express x in terms of a new variable y

x

1

1 y

x

1

 
 

y

y

 
 

6

y

1

5

5

y

1

3

y

1

2

4

y

1

 

y

5

y

3

y

2

 

y

2

+ cy 3 + dy 4 + ey 5 + fy

6

1

a

b

c

d

e

=

y

5

4

y

3

y

2

y

f

y

6 we get 6y(y + 1) 5 + 5y 3 (y + 1) 3 + y 4 (y + 1) 2 + 4y 5 (y + 1) – y 6

Multiplying both side by y

= ay + by

Differentiating both side and then satisfying y = 1 Gives the value a + 2b + 3c + 4d + 5e + 6f = 910

f x

ln

f

50

n

1

x

 

x

50

1

n

n

n

n 51 n

51

n ln

x

n

Differentiating both side w.r.t. x

f '

x

50

f

x

f ' 51

f

51

n 51

n

n

1

x

n

1275

a 2 = b 2 + c 2 – 2bc cos A = (b – c) 2 + 2bc(1 – cos A)

=

1 bc sinA

2

c

4

sinA

2

2bc

4

a

2

b

sin A

1

cosA

= (b – c) 2 +

4

tan

A

2

Since A and are fixed hence a is minimum when b = c

Hence 2bc = 2b 2 =

4

sin A

f

3x

3y

sin 2x

3y

f

3x

3y

sin 2x

2y

f

x

k sin

2x

3

 

x, y R

2 3  f '  0   k  1  k 
2
3
f '
0
k
1
k 
3
2
3
2x
  3 3
f
x
sin
f '
2
3
  
 
2
 
4
3
3
1 
Equation of tangent is
y
x
4
2

1

j

i



m

a a

i

j

=

1

2

 



m

i

1

a

i

 

2

m

i

1

a

2

i

 



2

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 

m

2

2

2m

=

=

1

2



a

2

1

a

1

1

1

r

r

1

r

m

a

2

1

1

1

1

r

r

2m

r

2

 

=

2 1

r

 

r

a

1

1

1

r

m

r

1





a

1

1

1

r

 

r

m

 

1

r

1

r



1

r

 

=

1

r

r

S

m

1

S

m

 
 

f

x

dx

=

A

 

B

C

 

D

E

x

2

x 1

3

 

x

 

x

2

x

1

x

1

2

x

1

3

=

A lnx

B

cln 1

x

D

 

E

     

2

 
 

x

 

1

x

 

2

x

1

g(x) =

6. Use L’Hospital’s Rule twice

7.


dx

Since g(x) is a rational function, hence logarithmic function must be absent

A = C = 0

g

x

B

 

D

E

 

x

2

x

1

2

x

1

3

dx

f(x) = (B + D)x 3 + (3B + D + E)x 2 + 3Bx + B

B + D = 0, f(0) = 1 gives B = 1 D = –1

f(x) = (2 + E)x 2 + 3x + 1 f(x) = 2(2 + E)x + 3

f(0) = 3

8. Denoting the two curve by S 1 and S 2 the equation of curve S passing through intersection of S 1 and S 2 can be S = S 1 + S 2 = 0. Since S is circle

9.

Coefficient of x 2 = Coefficient of y 2 , Coefficient of xy = 0 we get = 1

S = (a+ a)(x 2 + y 2 ) – 2(g+ g)x – 2(f+ f)y + 2c = 0

The centre is

PA 2 + PB 2 + PC 2 = 3(Radius) 2 = 3(PD) 2

g'   a'

g

a

,

f    which is P a

f '

a'

sin x

sin

x

180

sin x

sin

x



x

, x

2

 

x

180

 

180

180

360

x

180  ,

x

180 



x

180

  or sin

 

2 

x  

180

On comparing, m = 360, n = 180, p = 180, q = 180

(m + n + p + q) = 900

10.

lim

x 

A C

2

x

2

Bx

x

10. lim x   A C  2  x 2  Bx x 

C

2

For existence of limit A = C 2

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B Hence, C  A ,  2 A  C B  4 C
B
Hence, C 
A ,
 2
A
 C
B
4
C 

For C  

A limit does not existC  A ,  2 A  C B  4 C  For C

11. The visible are of P(2, –6) is the area of ABP ABP has base AB of length 4 and its height is the distance from AB to point P. Which is 10, since AB is parallel to x–axis.

 

1

Thus area =

b

2  

h

20

1 12. Similarly area = QBC = 1  b  h   4
1
12. Similarly area = QBC = 1
b
h
4
4
8
2
2
 sinh
tanh
cosh
1 
2
2h
ln(2
h)
tanh
13. LHD =
lim
h
0
h
 
sinh
tanh
1
cosh
 h
2
h
h
h
= lim
0
2
h
 0
2h
ln 2
h
tanh
2
2
h
h
e
 
1
0
e
1
RHD =
lim
h
0
h
 0
h
h
 L 1  y = 0, L 2  x = 0
1 


14.  
2
cot
cot
1
2 
4
2
2
 
2sin
4
= 1 
 

2
  sin

sin
4
2

2
2
= 1 

cos

cos
 
4
4
2

 
1
1
2
2
1
3
2
2
min
1
1 
2
 





15. Four point A, B, C, D are coplanar if three vector vectors is 0

AB ,

AC ,

   AB AC AD

1

3

2

f

f '

0

t

t

0

1

2

0

0

t R

f(t) = 2f(t)

f(t) = ce 2t

Similarly for

On solving f(x) = 2 + ce 2x , c R



B

ˆ i ˆ j

differential equation will be f(t) –2 f(t) = –4

AD

are coplanar or STP of there

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17.

First use integrating by parts to show that

u

=

n

/ 2

0

cos

/ 2

0

cos

n

1

= u n – 1 – u n

1

n

u

u

n

1

2

We have,

u

n

1

x sinx sinnx dx

xcos(n

1)x

/ 2

0

n

cos xcosnx dx

1

4

,

u

n

1

2

n

1

4

2

n

1

(Use sin nx sin x = cos(n – 1)x – cos nx cos x)

If three planes pass through the same line, their normal vector will be coplanar

 

1

sin

sin

sin

1

sin

0

sin

sin

1

sin 2 + sin 2 + sin 2 + 2 sin sin sin = 1

Now the cross product of normals of P 1 , and P 2 will parallel to line

(1)

 

ˆ i ˆ j

 

k ˆ

Direction ratio of =

1

sin

sin

= {(sin sin + sin ), (sin sin + sin ), (1– sin 2 )}

sin

1

sin

18.

is parallel to given line

sin

sin



sin

sin

sin



sin

1

sin

2

 

cos

cos

cos



(2)

Using (1) and (2) we get

cos = sin (+ ) sin (+ ) = sin

   2

    = + + = 2n

 

2

(n z)

Let the circle be x 2 + y 2 = r 2 , and the five points be P i = (r cos i , r sin i ), i = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Let (h i , k i ) represent the centre of that rectangular hyperbola which passes through the four points

P j ( j i) let (h 1 , k 1 ) is centre of hyperbola which passes through P 2 , P 3 , P 4 , P 5 .

Now

(As we know if a circle and rectangular hyperbola intersect at four point then their means is mid– point of centre of two curves)

h

1

2

r

4

cos

k

1

2

r

4

sin

 

2

cos

 

3

cos

 

4

cos

5

,

 

2

sin

 

3

sin

 

4

sin

5

2h

1

r

5

i

1

cos

 

i

r cos

1

2k

1

r

5

i

1

sin

 

i

r sin

1

 

5

i

1

cos  

 

However, r,

  2h 1 = – r cos 1 , 2k 1 = – r sin

i

and

5

i

1

sin   

i

are fixed

h

1



 

2

2

 

k

1



 

2

2

 

r

2

 

2

This equation is satisfied by all (h i , k i ), i = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

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19. Divided the given equation by ax 4 , and let y

x

m

m

4

b 3

m

a

c

a

m

2

d

m

Equation become

a Assuming that four slopes m 1 , m 2 , m 3 , m 4 m 1 ·m 2 ·m 3 ·m 4 = 1 Now it is given pair of these lines, bisect the angle between the other pair. So let, m 1 m 2 = –1

m 3 m 4 = –1 which means other two lines are also perpendicular

Equation (1) can be written as

(m – m 1 )(m – m 2 )(m – m 3 )(m – m 4 ) = (m – m 1 )

 

1

0

(1)

m

1

m

1

m

m

3

m

1

m

3

= (m 2 + m – 1)(m 2 + m – 1)

Where



1

m

2

1

m

1



1

m

2

3

m

3

(2)

Comparing the coefficient (1) and (2)



b

,  

2

c

,     

d

a

a

a

(3)

Thus, b

a

Also, we have to use angle bisector fact



d

a

b + d = 0

1 m 3  m  m m 1 3 1  1  m
1
m
3 
m
 m
m
1
3
1
1
m m
m
1
3
3
1 
m
1

(m 1 – m 3 ) 2 = (1 + m 1 m 3 ) 2

1

m

2

1

m

1



  

m

From (3),

a

Using (4) and (5) we obtain (c + 6a) = 0

1

 

2

c

2

3

m

3

  2

c

a

(4)

(5)

20.

2k

n

Since

Let A k = x k + iy k = a cos k + ib sin k

P

k

e

i

k

,

 

k

x

k

a

n

k

n

1

=

k 1

na

2

= na

2

cos

k

,

A S

k

A S

k

2

n

k

1

2

a e

na

2

2

2

n

k

1

1

y

k

b

sin

, which implies that

k

a

ex

n

k

1

a

cos

2

k

b

2

a

2

=

k

ex

k

na

2

e

n

k

1

x

k

na

2

2ae

na

n

x

k

=

n

2

na

2

3a

2

k

1

1

2

na e

2

2

a e

b

2

2

2

2

(

n

k

1

cos2

 

k

0

sum of roots of

z

n/2

11)

x

k

a

2 y

b

2

2

k

2

e

2

n

k

1

x

n

k

1

cos2

2

k

k

1 , A k lies on ellipse