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P P h hy ys si i c cs s PART I
SECTION A
1.
2. 2.4 km downstream from the point directly opposite to 0
3. rate of change of speed
=tangential component of acceleration
(component of acceleration in the direction of velocity)
2
3i 3j 6 4
a. v (2i j) . 2m/ s
5 5
 
+ +
= = + = =


\ .
4. Force is always perpendicular to velocity
5. elementary mass =x dy
x =R cosu, y =R sinu
dy =R cosu du
elementary mass =o (Rcosu) (Rcosu du)
=oR
2
cos
2
u du
/2
2 2
0
an
/2
2 2
0
Rcos R cos d ydm
y
.dm
R cos d
t
t
u o u
= =
o u u
} }
}
}
4
R
3
=
t
6. Let the block is in translational equilibrium and ready to
topple.
] =F
N =mg
Taking torque about C.O.M. =0
a a a
F N
2 2 2
     
+ =
  
\ . \ . \ .
f
2F =N
F
N
mg
]=F
u
R
x
y
y
x
n
a
t
a
v
For maximum
1N 3N 9N 10N 23N
A triangle is possible with sides 4 unit, 9 unit and 10 unit. Hence minimum
resultant is zero.
3N 1N
9N
10N
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N
F
2
=
N
2
= f
but N s f
N
N
2
s
1
2
>
7.
o
o
s
V V
V V
 
=

\ .
f f .
Here, V
o
=u +at
V
s
=0
] varies linearly with t.
8. As long as cylinder is completely inside, B is constant in magnitude, then its value decreases
linearly with displacement and finally becomes zero.
9.
( )
2
2
n
5
V
R 5 5m
1
a
5
= = =
10. Applying workenergy theorem w.r.t wedge
19.
( )
0 0 0 0
P
kq kq kq 3kq
V
2a a a / 2 2a
= + = .
20. Pitch =
1.5
0.3
5
= mm
Least count =
0.3
0.006
50
= mn
21.
1 1 2 2
mv mv =
2 1 1 2
v mv / m = (1)
2 2
2 1 1 2
2
2
a 1 1
mg mv mv
2 2
kx
2 2
1
= + (2) From work energy theorem
Substituting (1) in (2) and solving
2
2 2
1
1 1 2
m(ka 4 mga)
v
4m(m m )
=
+
=10 cm/s
22. Mechanical energy loss happens due to viscous/frictional forces without which the liquid will
oscillate. This is released as heat
1/ms
at t =0
at t =1sec
5
1/ms
2/ms
1m/s
2
1m/s
2
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23.
2
3
GMm
mr
r
e =
3 2
GM r = e (GM =gr
2
)
3 2
2
r .
g
R
e
=
3 2
2 2
(4nR) .
g
n .R
e
=
2
g 64nR = e .
24. Frequencies are in odd ratio hence it is a closed organ pipe.
v
freq (2n 1)
4L
= +
2v
(frequency) 100Hz
4L
A = =
L =1.7 m.
25. For maximum elongation charges on the blocks must be equal to
Q
2
on each block.
2
2
0 0
Q
1 2
kx
4 ( x)
 

\ .
=
tc +
0 0
Q 2( x) 4 kx = + tc .
26. Number of emitted electrons
12 4
5
10 2 10 25
10
= =5 10
4
electrons
q =+ne =8 10
15
C.
27.
3 6
R 2
3 6
= O = O
+
1 2
1 1 1
R R R
= +
1 2
2 2 2
1 2
dR dR dR
R R R
= +
% error =
R
100%
R
A
=
1 2
1 1 2 2
R R 1 1
R 100 100 %
R R R R
  A A
+

\ .
=
1 1
2 1 2 %
3 6
 
+

\ .
=
4
%
3
28. As V increases, E increases,
min
decreases,
Ko
remains constant so (
Ko
min
) increases
29. Increasing the filament current increases the intensity because more electron
now strike the target. Decreasing the potential difference increases the minimum wavelength.
30.
( )
5
9
1.6 1 1.8 10
900 10
=12
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C Ch he em mi i s st tr r y y PART II
SECTION A
1.
C H
3
HC
OEt
OEt
(p) (Acetal)
3
H O
3
CH CHO
+
: differentiated by Na, Fehling and Tollens test
( )
3
H O
3 2 2 3
CH CH O CH CH EtOH; differentiatedby Na,Fehling andTollen's test
q
+
2.
Ag / AgX / X
E =
Ag / Ag
E + + Ksp ln
F
RT
3. Compounds with more covalent nature, was unable to respond to chromyl chloride test SnCl
4
,
due to mole polarizing power of Sn
+4
the compound is more covalent.
5.
 
   
2
3
c 2
2 2
SO
K
SO O
=
 
c
2
1
K 100
O
= =
[O
2
] =10
2
2
n
10
10
=
n =0.1
6.
2
2
1
2
1
1
2 1
T
V P
T
V P
T
V 2 P
n n n + = = + =
8. x
A
=0.3 , x
B
=0.7
T
B
B
T
A
A
P
P
y ,
P
P
y = =
2
7
x P
x P
2
3
4 . 0
6 . 0
y
y
B B
A A
B
A
= = = =
9. RbCl and KCl have rock salt structure
5 . 0 a a
KCl RbCl
=
( ) ( ) 5 . 0 r r 2 r r 2
Cl K Cl Rb
=
+ +
Hence
A 33 . 1 r
K
=
+
11. Intramolecular aldol condensation.
12. Perkinss reaction
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13. Bromination of benzylic carbon followed by hydrolysis
14. Hoffmann elimination, least stable alkene will be the major product.
16. Hydroxy compound is easily dehydrated.
17.
2 2
2AB (g) 2AB(g)+B (g)
1 0 0
1 x x x/ 2
Total moles =1 x +x +x/2 =1 +x/2.
( ) ( )
( )
2
p 2
x 2 x
p
k =
1+x/ 2
1 x
 

\ .
[ x is small, 1x =1 and 1 +x/2 =1].
( )
1 3
3
p p p
x p
k = x = 2k P = 2k P
2
19. At constant pressure, the addition of inert gas shifts the equilibrium towards larger no. of moles.
20. The hybridisation of B in
3
BBr is
2
sp that C in
2
CS is sp, that of S in
2
SO is
2
sp while that of
S in
4
SF is
3
sp d. Hence
2
CS has the maximum bond angle of 180.
27.
3 2 3 2
NaHCO NaOH Na CO H O + +
28. For a bcc lattice
o
X 0.4
0.732 Y 0.546A
Y 0.732
+
= = =
Now, for fcc lattice,
Z
0.414 Z Y 0.414
Y
+
+
= =
=0.546 0.414
=0.226
o
A
29.
C
O
H
C
O
Ph
O
H
C
O
Ph
(I)
O
C
H
Cl
C H Cl
Cl HO
(II)
C
C
O
O
C
H
O
O
H
(III)
H C
O
O
H
H
H
(V)
30. Hint: It is Acyl Cleavage
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M Ma at th he em ma at ti i c cs s PART III
SECTION A
1. f(x) =f(x)
x
n
=(x)
n
2.
a
a
x
log x
lim
x
0 and
x
x
a
a
lim
log x
3. g(x) =cos (x) x 1, x e R
4.
dv rdh 2hdr
r
dt dt dt
 
= t +

\ .
5. f(x) =
4 3 2
ax bx cx
dx
4 3 2
+ + +
f(0) =0, f(1) =
a b c
d 0
4 3 2
+ =
6. h(x) =f
2
(x) +(f'(x))
2
h'(x) =2x(f'(x))
2
g(x)
7. Let F be the fuel charges. Then,
2
3v
F
16
=
Let train covers kms. Then, total cost for running the train,
3v
C 300
16 v
= +
For
dc
0
dv
= and
2
2
d c
0
dv
>
v =40 km/hr
8. For maximum or minimum, f'(x) =0
x
2
+8x (12 +t) =0
t <4
9. AD divides BC in ratio AB : AC
So, P.V. of D =
( ) ( )
AB 2i 5j 7k AC 2i 3j 4k
AB AC
+ + + + +
+
10. Required vector
1 2
r x b x c = +
and ( )
2
r a a
3
=
( ) ( )
1 1
r 2i j x 2 k 4 x = +
, where x
1
e R
12.
 
2
r a x a b c =
,
 
3
r b x b c a =
,
 
1
r c x c a b =
13. Equation of line x +2y +z 1 +(x +y 2z 2) =0
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x +y 2 +(x +z 2) =0
(0, 0, 1) lies on it
=0, =2
For point of intersection, z =0
14. Equation of lines, (y mx) +, (z c) =0
(y +mx) +
2
(z +c) =0
It meets at xaxis, hence
1
=
2
cy =mzx
15. Slope of reflected ray =
3
4
Equation of incident ray is (y +4) =
( )
3
x 2
4
+ i.e., 4y +3x +22 =0
16. Required area =4(Area of AS
2
OS
4
) =
1
1
4 ae 8be
2
17.
( ) ( )
1 1 1 1
r r 1 r r 1
sin tan tan r tan r 1
r r 1 1 r r 1
   
= =  
 
+ +
\ . \ .
18.
2 2 2
1 1
AG 2b 2c a a
3 3
= + = ;
2 2
1
BG b 4c
3
= +
( ) ( )( )
1
GAB
AG BG AB 5 13
R
4 12
= =
A
19. z
n
1 =(z 1)(z z
1
)(z z
2
) .. (z z
n 1
)
Differentiating w.r.t. x
n 1
n
n 1
nz 1 1 1
.....
z 1 z 2 z z z 1
= + + +
20.
( ) ( )
r
1 1 1
T
2 1 3 5 ..... 2r 1 1 3 5 ..... 2r 1
 
=

+ \ .
22.
( )
1 cosx cosx
sinx 2cosx 0 sinx cosx 0 0
0 0 sinx cosx
A = + =
tan x =2 or tan x =1
23. Required area =
( ) ( )
2
x 2
0
2 2x x dx
}
(0, 1)
y
(2, 4)
x' x
y'
O (2, 0)
26. Combined mean =16; d
1
=9; d
2
=6
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( ) ( )
2 2 2 2
1 1 1 2 2 2 2
1 2
n d n d
67.2
n n
o + + o +
o = =
+
27. 1 s 1 +sin
3
x s 2
I
2 2 2
t t
s s
28.
dy
xy
dx
x e =
lnx
ydy dx
x
=
} }
( )
2
y lnx c = +
29. Let A(o, 0) and B(, 0) be the two points
OT
2
=OAOB =o =
c
a
30.
( )
18
1 x
f x
1 x
=
+
( )
( )
18
1 x 1
f x 1
x
=
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