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ANSWERS, HINTS & SOLUTIONS
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(Paper1)
PHYSICS
CHEMISTRY
MATHEMATICS
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11. B, C
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13. B
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14. B
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P P h hy ys si i c cs s PART I
4. Apply superposition of currents in each resistor due to each cell to get
current in two resistors zero, E/R in rest four, current drawn from each
cell is 2E/R
5. One particle t/2 before max height, other t/2 after max height
Relative velocity perpendicular to line joining them =gt
Relative separation =ut
Relative angular velocity =gt/ut =g/u
6. Intensity in absence of lens =P/4tr
2
So intensity at P before placing lens is of intensity at optical center of lens
After crossing lens light becomes parallel rays to intensity does not change further along that ray
7. apply workenergy theorem
2 2
1 mg 1 mg
mgz K z K Fz 0
2 K 2 K
(
   
+ + = (
 
\ . \ . (
z =2F/K.
8. t =MB sin u
o u
f
1 2
2
i i
r
9. a =kx
2
da
2kx
dx
= tan 60 =2k 3
1
k
2
=
a
2
x
2
=
2
dv x
v
dx 2
=
2 3
1
v x
C
2 6
= + at x =0, v =3 m/s
1
9
C
2
=
3
2
x
v 9
3
= +
hence a =1.5 and v 3 9 = +
10. Capillary height
2T cos
h
r g
u
=
h =59.6 mm
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here 59.6 mm is greater than the protruding part hence water will rise in the capillary of
insufficient height 25 mm.
Now,
2T
R 0.6
hrg
= = mm
11. Fluid particles passing through the bend are in circular motion. The
centripetal acceleration is provided by the variation in pressure. In the
section as shown
1 2 C
P A P A ma =
1 2
P P >
applying Bernoulli theorem at 1 and 2
i.e.,
2 2
1 1 1 1 2 2 2
1 1
P v gh P v gh
2 2
+ + = + +
2 2
1 1 1 2 2
1 1
P v P v
2 2
+ = + as
1 2
h h =
1 2
P P >
1 2
v v <
1
2
maC
P1A
P2A
12. In CM frame
2b/3
M,Q,2u
2M,2Q,u
b
C
13. At closest approach velocity perpendicular to line joining particles
Conserve kinetic +electric potential energy from large separation to closest approach
16. System rotates about CM i.e. middle of 4M and M(Q)
For problem 3, work done by electric field =QLE = Ie
2
Initial torque by electric field =QLE =Io
ro/e
2
r =
SECTIONC
1. For circular motion of a body tied to a string on a horizontal plane
2
mv
T
r
=
here, T mg =
2
1 1 1
2
2 2 2
mv /r Mg
mv /r M g
=
2
1 2
2
2 1
v r 8
v r 1
= (i)
r
M
T
O T
Now as angular momentum is conserved about pt 0.
1 1 2 2
mvr mv r = (ii)
from (i) and (ii)
1
2
r
2
r
=
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further
2
2 2 1 1
1 1 2 2
v r r
v r r
  e
= =

e
\ .
2
2
1
1 1
2 4
e  
= =

e
\ .
2 1 2
2 1
1 3
1 1
4 4
e e e Ae
= = = =
e e e
2.
A
Q dT
K A
t dx
A
=
A
dT
dx
in conductor A =slope of graph = 3
Since both conductors are connected in series, same heat current will flow in A and B.
B
Q 1
K
dT t
A
dn
A
=
A
=
1
200 3
t Atan45
Au
=
A
J /msecC
3. For lens L
1
, ray must move parallel to the axis after refraction
1 1 w
1
x R
e
+ =
x =10 cm
4. f =ma
2
o =
2f
I mR
t
=
a
2
=F/4m, f =F/4
F
a1
f
f
a2
5. In steady state potential difference across each capacitor =E
6.
Ag
m sinu =5 10 sin 37 =5 10
3
5
=30 N
max AB C B
f (m m )gcos 48N = + u =
hence f =30 N
7. sin 1 u s
n
1 2 1 1
40
(
s s
(
or 20 n 60 s s
Hence number of maxima =60 20 =40
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C Ch he em mi i s st tr r y y PART I I
1.
o
p
G RTlnK A =
46.5 1000 = 2 298 lnK
p
K
p
=1.3 10
34
2.
6 6 2 2 2 1
15
C H O 6CO 3H O;Q
2
+ +
2 2 2
C O CO ; Q +
2 2 2 3
1
H O H O; Q
2
+
Required equation: ( )
2 6 6 2 3 1
6C s 3H C H ; H 6Q 3Q Q + A = +
3.
2
Cl ,hv
Cl
2 5
KOH
C H OH
3
2
O / Zn
H OH
O
H
O
H
4. Mole fraction of A in vapour Y
A
=
o
A A
o o
A A B B
X P
X P X P +
o
A A
o
B B
X P 1 1
&
X 3 P 3
= =
A o
B B
o
A A
1 1
Y 0.1
X P 1 3.3
1
X P
= = =
+
+
6. [Cu(CN)
4
]
3
is square planar and contains Cu (I) which is colourless
[NiCl
4
]
2
is tetrahedral and contains Ni(II) which is coloured.
[BF
4
]
is tetrahedral and colourless
14.
( )
2 5 2 3
SO PCl SOCl POCl
A
+ +
( ) ( )
2 2 2
pungent smelling
SOCl H O SO HCl
A
+ +
15.
2
2
SOCl
5.95
M 5 10 mol/l
119 1
= =
2 2 3 3 2
H O SOCl 2AgNO 2AgCl 2HNO SO + + + +
Moles of AgCl formed =2 molarity of SOCl
2
in 100 ml =
2 2
100
2 5 10 10
1000
= moles
Wt. of AgCl =143.5 10
2
=1.435 g
16. IInd part was treated with dil. HCl/BaCl
2
/H
2
O
2
.
2 2 2
SOCl H O SO 2HCl + +
2 2 2 3 2
H O SO SO H O + +
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3 2 2 4
SO H O H SO +
2 2 4 4
BaCl H SO BaSO 2HCl
ppt.
+ +
Mole of BaSO
4
formed =
2
10
5 10
100
in 100 ml solution
Wt. of BaSO
4
formed =
3
5 10 233 1.165
= g.
SECTION C
2.
C H
3
CH
Br
CH
2
CH
3
2
Br /h
3 2 2 3
CH CH CH CH
v
(enantiomers)
3 2 2 2
CH CH CH CH Br +
C H
3
CH
Br
CH
2
CH
3
Alcoholic
KOH
C C
C H
3
H CH
3
H
2 2 3
cis CH CH CH CH + + =
3. Let x% be the decrease in density of Ge crystals. Let a be the total no. of Ge atoms missing and
b be the no. of boron atoms replacing Ge atoms.
b
100 2.376
a
= (i)
AV AV
72.6a 11b
1 1 0.01x
N N
 
+ =

\ .
AV AV
72.6a 11b
0.01x
N N
= (ii)
Also, b = ( )
AV
6
150N
1 0.01x
10 11
(iii)
Solving (i), (ii) and (iii)
x =4%
4. K
sp
=[Zn
2+
][S
2
]
[S
2
]
21
19
10
10
0.01
= =
For
 
1 2
2
2
a a
2
H S
K .K
H S
+
( (
=
2
19
20
H 10
10 H 0.1
0.1
+
+
(
( = =
or pH =1
5. 3Cu +10HNO
3
3Cu(NO
3
)
2
+3NO
2
+NO +5H
2
O
6. Only CO and CH
4
react with O
2
, N
2
remain uncreative
7.
P
OH
O O
OH
P
OH
O
OH
6
3
2
=
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M Ma at th he em ma at ti i c cs s PART I I I
1. A, B, D are always true but C is true only if the triangle is equilateral
2. f(x) =cos x +cos(x +2o) +cos(x +o) =(2 cos o +1) cos(x +o)
As cos (x +o) can take any real value from 1 to 1 x e R
But f(x) is constant so (2 cos o +1) =0 must hold
2
3
t
o = and C =0
Hence [C +o] =
2
0 2
3
t (
+ =
(
3.
2
2sin3xcosx 2sin3xcos3x
dx
2cos x 2cosx cos5x
+
}
( )
( )
sin3x cosx cos3x
dx
cosx cosx cos5x
+
}
2sin3x sin2x sinx
dx
2cosx cos3x cos2x
}
tan3x tan2x tanx dx
}
=
( )
tan3x tan2x tanx dx
}
4.
( )
2
0
2 1 sintdt
t
 =
}
( )
2
0
2 1 sintdt 1 sintdt
t t
t
 = +
} }
( ) ( )
2
2 1 1 sintdt
t
t
  =
}
Put t =t +x,
( ) ( )
0
2 1 1 sinxdx
t
  = +
}
=
0
x x
cos sin dx
2 2
t
+
}
=
0
x x
2 sin cos 4
2 2
t
(
=
(
5. We have
( )
12 42 r
sin K Let
PA PB PC
u = = = =
P
A
12
B
42
C
r
So K(PB PA) =42 12 =30
K(AB) =30
K[54] =30
K =
30 5
54 9
=
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Now K(PC PB) =r 42
K(BC) =r 42
K[r +42] =r 42
On solving r =147
6. Let
( ) ( )
t
0
g t f x dx =
}
g'(t) =f(t)
Now apply Lagranges mean value theorem in [0, 2], we get
( ) ( )
( )
g 2 g 0
g' c
2 0
where c e (0, 2)
( ) ( )
2
0
f x dx 2g' c =
}
where c e (0, 2)
7. Vector perpendicular to ( )
2i j k + and ( )
i 3j k + is
i j k
2 1 1 2i j 5k
1 3 1
= + +
Any general point on the line is (1 +2, 1 +, 1 ) at the point of intersection. This point satisfy
equation of plane (1 +2) +3(1 +) (1 ) =9
=1
Point of intersection (3, 2, 0) and required line
x 3 y 2 z
2 1 5
= =
8. (A) f(x) =cos(sin x)
As f(x +t) =cos(sin(t +x)) =cos(sin x) =cos(sin x) =f(x)
(B) As 1 s sin x s 1
cos 1 s cos(sin x) s 1
(C)
x / 2
lim f x f x
2 2 t
( t t    
+ +
 
(
\ . \ .
=
( )
x / 2
lim 2cos cosx 2
t
=
(D) Clearly f(x) is even function
9. Let the number be (a d), a, (a +d)
3a =24
a =8
Also (8 d)(8)(8 +d) =384
d
2
=16
d =4 or 4
Hence series is 4, 8, 12, ..
S
n
=2n(n +1) or 12, 8, 4, ..
S
n
=14n 2n
2
10. f(x) >0 and f'(x) >0 for x <0
f'(x) <0 for x >0
Now
( )
1
g x
1
f
x
=
 

\ .
(0, 1)
0
2
1
y
1 x
=
+
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( )
2
2
1 1 1
g' x f'
1 x x
f
x
   
=
 
\ .   \ .

\ .
So for x <0 g'(x) >0
x >0 g'(x) <0
11. As ac =3 and bc =4
b 4
a 3
=
b a 4 3 1
b a 4 3 7
= =
+ +
(ZB >ZA)
B A b a C
tan cot
2 b a 2
 
=

\ . +
( )
( )
1 cos B A 4 3 C
cot
1 cos B A 4 3 2
=
+ +
A B
C
7
3K
6 =4K
On solving
C
cot 7
2
=
3
cosC
4
=
cos C =cos(A B) or cos C =cos(B A)
C =A B C =B A
t (A +B) =A B t (A +B) =B A
A
2
t
= (rejected) B
2
t
=
But
b 4
a 3
=
b a
K
4 3
= =
Now ac =3
2
3 7K 3 =
1/ 4
1
K
7
=
1/ 4
2
R 2K
7
= =
12. y =f(x) =(ln x)
2
+2 ln x
( ) ( )
( )
A a, f a
dy 2lna 2 2
1 lna
dx a a a
= + = +
Also
( )
dy f a 0
dx a 0
( )
( )
f a 2
1 lna
a a
= + f(a) =2(1 +ln a)
So (ln a)
2
+2 ln a =2 +2 ln a
(ln a)
2
=2
2
a e = or
2
e
Hence
2
a e
= and
2
b e =
So ab =1
13. 5x f'(x) x ln 10 10 =0
2lnx 2
5x xln10 10 0
x x
(
+ =
(
10 ln x +10 x ln 10 10 =0
10 ln x =x ln 10
lnx ln10
x 10
= , x >0
As
lnx
y
x
=
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2
1 lnx
y'
x
(    
+
 
(
\ . \ .
(
  
(
+ +
 
(
\ .\ .
=
1 1
k k
tan 1 tan 1
2 2
( (
+
( (
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2.
( )
( )
( )
a csin 200
d
cos 200 cos 200
= .. (1)
( )
( )
( )
b dsin 200
c
cos 200 cos 200
+ = .. (2)
a =d cos(200) +c sin(200) .. (3)
b =c cos(200) d sin(200) .. (4)
a
2
+b
2
=c
2
+d
2
(a
2
+b
2
+c
2
+d
2
) =2(c
2
+d
2
)
Also
( ) ( )
( ) ( )
( ) ( )
2
2
2 2
ac dccos 200 c sin 200
bd cdcos 200 d sin 200
__________________________
ac bd c d sin 200
= +
=
= +
So
( )
( ) ( )
( )
2 2 2 2 2 2
2 2
a b c d 2 c d
2 cosec 200
ac bd
c d sin 200
+ + + +
= =
+
p =2
3. Since
AB BD 2
AC DC 1
= =
Using since law in AABC we get
( )
1 2 2
sin sin 3 sin3
= =
u t u u
3 4 sin
2
u =2
2
1
sin
4
u =
1
sin
2
u = u =30 2u =60
A
u u
2 1
B
u
t2u 2u
t3u
C
D
Area of AABC =
1
2 1 sin60
2
=
3
2
Hence
2
3
12 12 9
4
A = =
4. Since diagonal is a member of both the families so it will pass through (1, 0) and (1, 1)
Equation of diagonal AC is x +2y 1=0
Since one of the vertex (3, 2) which does not be on AC, so equation of BD is 2x y =4
Point of intersection of AC and BD is
9 2
P ,
5 5
 

\ .
If vertex B is (3, 2) then vertex D is
3 14
,
5 5
 

\ .
also
12 5
BD
5
= (say d
1
)
Area of rhombus =
1 2
1
d d
2
2
1 12 5
d 12 5
2 5
 
= 
\ .
d
2
=10
5. We have f'(x) =f'(3 x) on integrating w.r.t. x
f(x) =f(3 x) +c
Put x =0
f(0) +f(3) =c
32 +46 =c
c =14
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Now let
( )
3
0
I f x dx =
}
.. (1)
( )
3
0
I f 3 x dx =
}
.. (2)
Adding (1) and (2), we get
( ) ( ) ( )
3 3
0 0
2I f x f 3 x dx 14dx 42 = + = =
} }
6.
3 3
2
a b
ab
+
=
3 3
2
sin 20 sin 80
sin20sin 80
+
=
2
3sin20 sin60 3sin80 sin240
4sin20cos 10
+
=
( )
2
3 sin20 sin80 3cos30
4sin40sin20sin80 4sin20sin 80
+
=
=
( ) ( )
3 cos30
4sin20sin 60 20 ssin 60 20 +
=
3 cos30
3
1 4
sin60
4
=
7. f'(x) =6P 4P cos 4x 5 3 cos 3x >0
2P >
5 3cos3x
3 2cos4x
+
2P >max value of
5 3cos3x
3 2cos4x
+
2P >
5 3
3 2
+
P >4
Smallest P is 5
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