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ANSWERS, HINTS & SOLUTIONS
CRT III
(Paper2)
Q. No.
PHYSICS
CHEMISTRY
MATHEMATICS
1. C B A
2. D B C
3. A B C
4. A A C
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6. C B B
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9. A, B, C, D A, B A, B, C
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11. A, D A, B, C A, B, C, D
12. A, B, C A, D B, C
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P P h hy ys si i c cs s PART I
1. In first case, 3 =k (2
0
), If
0
is natural length of the spring
In second case 4 =k(
1
0
),
1
is the length of the spring in second case
By solving the equations we have
0
=8 3
1
but
0
is always greater than zero.
8 3
1
>0
1
8
3
< so it cannot be 2.7 m.
2. U =2x +4y
F =
U U U
i j k 2i 4j N
x y z
. . .
c c c
 
=

c c c \ .
At t =0, at (4, 4), P =24 J
Kinetic energy K =0
Total energy, E =P +k +24J and acceleration
2
a i 2j m/ s
.
 
=

\ .
To cross xaxis, along y, 4 =
2 2
y 1 1
1 1
a t 2t
2 2
= t
1
=2sec
To cross yaxis, along y, 4 =
2
2 2
x 2
1 1
a t .1.t
2 2
= t
2
=2 2 sec
Also, Crossing the xaxis coordinates are ( )
2
x 1
1
4 a t ,0 2,0
2
 
=

\ .
P =4J K =E P =20 J .
Crossing the yaxis coordinates are ( )
2
y 2
1
0,4 a t 0, 4
2
 
=

\ .
P =16J , K =E P =40 J
3. If at t =t
0
container is empty then the rate by which water comes out is
0
m
t
. At any t, total mass
m
1
=m +m 
0
mt
t
F m
1
g =m
1
a =m
1
dv
dt
0 0
t t v
1 0 0 0
F
dv dt gdt
m
=
} } }
v =
0
t
0
0 0
0
0
t F F
gt . n2 gt
mt m
2m
t
=
}
mv =t
0
[F n2 mg]
( )
0
mv
t
F n2 mg
=
correct coice is (A)
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4. V =
K
T
, T =
PV
nR
is put then PV
3
=constant (say k
1
)
AW =PdV =
1
3
k nR T 5R T
dv
2 2 v
A A
= =
}
A U =nCvAT =(n
1
Cv
1
+n
2
Cv
2
)AT =
3R 5R 19
3x 2x T R T
2 2 2
 
+ A = A

\ .
AQ =AU +AW =
14R T
7R T
2
A
= A
C
(process)
=
Q 7R T 7R
n T 5 T 5
A A
= =
A A
5. Total flux coming out of the sphere is
0
Q
e
and conductivity at that point, o =
1
The relation current density, J =oE
rate of change of charge,
dQ
J .A E A
dt
= = o
=o[Total flux]
0 0
dQ Q Q
.
dt
= o =
e e
Hence,
1
t Q/4
1
0 0 Q 0
t dQ dt
n4
Q
= =
e e
} }
t
1
=e
0
( )
0
n4 2 n2 = e
6. If the loop is completed by wire of length 2R along yaxis i.e. the diametre of the semicircle
then
0
B.d I
=
(due to diameter wire only)
=
0
0
3 I R 3
2 I
4 R 2
3
t =
t
Hence, B.d
due to semicircle =
( ) 0
0
0
2 3 I
3 I
I
2 2
=
7. Intesnity, I =
2
0
4I cos
2
I
max
=4I
0
, For I to be 2I
0
.
Phase diff. ( ) 2n 1
2
t
= + , n =0, 1, 2, 3......
Path diff. = ( ) 2n 1
4
2
= +
t
; ( )
hd
2n 1
D 4
= +
( ) ( )
4hd 4hd
2n 1 D odd integer xD
= =
+
8. P =at +
2
3
b t
dt
c
+
+
[P] =[m.v] =[MLT
1
]
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[a] =
 
 
2
P
MLT
t
=
[b] =[t
2
] =M
o
L
o
T
2
   
 
2
2
1 1 3
t
t
P c M L T
c P
(
(
= = =
(
[d] =
 
4
3
P
MLT
t
=
(
11. To have max. M.E. on ground spring should be detached at a point where spring have minimum
energy.
12. If I =
2
mR
K
,
min
tan
1 K
u
=
+
K is minimum for cylindrical shell
min
tan 1
tan
1 2 2
u
= = u
+
is maximum
If shell can roll then other will also roll.
Force of frictional is static hence work done by force will zero w.r.t. ground.
SECTIONB
1. Length of wire (Youngs modulus Y
2
). Cos 60
0
=length of wire (Youngs modulus Y
1
)
By symmetry and small deformation
Elongation in wire (Youngs modulus Y
2
) =Elongation in wire (Youngs modulus Y
1
).cos 60
0
4*Strain in wire (Youngs modulus Y
2
) =strain in wire (Youngs modulus Y
1
)
2. Degree of freedom f =3
AU = fnR(T
2
T
1
) = f(P
2
V
2
P
1
V
1
) = fP
1
V
1
{(V
2
/V
1
)
1n
1}; >0 for n <1 and <0 for n >1
AW =(P
1
V
1
P
2
V
2
)/(n1) =P
1
V
1
{1  (V
2
/V
1
)
1n
}/(n1) ;
AQ =AU +AW =P
1
V
1
{(V
2
/V
1
)
1n
 1}{ f  1/(n1)};
SECTIONC
1. About O
N' +t
centrifugal
+
o
mg
2
 

\ .
=0
About O'
N +t
centrifugal
+
o
mg
2
 

\ .
=0
t
centrifugal
=
2
2
o
0 0
m 1
xdx m
2 4
e
= e
}
(anticlockwise)
N' +
2
o
1
m
4
e
o
mg
2
=0
N
O
O
N
and N
2
o
1
m
4
e
o
mg
2
=0
When N' =0,
2
o
1
m
4
e
o
mg
2
=0
e =
2g
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2. 2T cos u
1 2
1 1
gh
r r
 
=

\ .
3. v =
p
v
C
C
p v
Q U
C , C
T T
A A  
= =

A A
\ .
4. 2T sin
2
Au
=Bi (AuR)
T =IRB
also, T =tr
2
o
B =
2
r
IR
t o
Fm
T T
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C Ch he em mi i s st tr r y y PART I I
SECTION A
1.
2
HCl NaOH NaCl H O + +
2
H OH H O; x kJ
+
+
3 3 2
CH COOH NaOH CH COONa H O + +
3 3 2
CH COOH OH CH COO H O; y kJ
+ +
Required equation:
3 3
CH COOH CH COO H
+
+
( ) H y x kJ A =
2. Because it has one d and one centre.
4.
NaOH
O
O
C H
3
C H
3
O
O H O
O
C H
3
C H
3
OH
OH
O H
HCl
A
5. Solubility of Ag
2
CrO
4
S
1
=
sp
3
K
4
=6.5 10
5
M
Solubility of AgBrS
2
=
sp
K
=7.07 10
7
M
Ratio =
5
1
7
2
S 6.5 10 M
S 7.07 10
=91.9
6. (B)
O
O H
( ) Zn Hg
HCl
Cl
7. 12 coordination (f.c.c.) : 8 coordination (b.c.c.)
x
3
av
4 M
N a
: ( )
x
3
av
2 M
Ratio of density
N a
For f.c.c. lattice,
4r
a
2
=
For b.c.c. lattice, 4r 3a =
4r
a
3
=
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Ratio of density =
x x
av av
3 3
4 2
M M
N N
:
4r 4r
2 3
   
 
\ . \ .
=2
( )
3
2 :
( )
3
3
9. Because magnitude of
2 2 2
ze ze ze
KE , PE and TE
2r r 2r
= = =
10. According to Le Chateliers principle.
11. A is present at corners and face centres and B in the tetrahedral voids.
So, along one axis two face centred atoms will be and if they are removed then A are present in
the corner and centre of four faces.
So, total no. of atoms of A =1 +2 =3
total no. of atoms of B =4
Formula is A
3
B
4
12. Ba
2+
ions produce yellow ppt. with
2
4
CrO
, which is not soluble in CH
3
COOH.
BaCO
3
dissolves in CH
3
COOH and produces Ba
2+
ion which gives yellow ppt. with
2
4
CrO
which is
insoluble in CH
3
COOH.
SrCO
3
is soluble in CH
3
COOH and produces Sr
2+
ion which does not give yellow ppt. of SrCrO
4
in CH
3
COOH.
SECTION C
1.
3 3
2
3
2
T 274 10 10 58 10
log
2.303 8.314 274T 4.5 10
   
=
 
\ . \ .
T
2
=283 K =10
o
C
Rise in temperature =10 1 =9
o
C
2. CH
3
COCHO, OHCCH
2
CH
2
CHO
4.
5
8
10 10
H 10
10,000
( = =
( ) ( )
8 7
2 4
total
H 10 fromH SO 10 fromwater
+
( = +
=1.1 10
7
pH =7 log 1.1 =6.94 7 ~
5.
c c c 2
8a a
T ,V 3b,P
27Rb 27b
= = =
c c
c
c
P V 3 1.5
Z
RT 8 4
= = =
6. Black sulphides are Hgs, PbS, CuS, NiS, CoS.
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M Ma at th he em ma at ti i c cs s PART I I I
SECTION A
1.
( ) ( )
0 ln2 ln3
x x x
0 ln2
I e dx e 1 dx e 2 dx
= + +
} } }
On solving =3 +ln 2 2 ln 3
2.
( )
z 4 i 1 63 16i =
z =4(i 1) (1 8i)
z =5 12i, 3 +4i
Hence area (Aoz
1
z
2
) =
0 0 1
1 1
5 12 1 56 28
2 2
3 4 1
= =
3.
h 2 5 2cos
3 3
+ u
=
and
k 4 5 2sin
3 3
+ u
=
Orthocenter
H(h, k)
2
G
1
Circumcentre
(0, 0)
5 7 5 2cos 5 1 5 2sin
,
3 3
 
+ + u + u

\ .
A(5, 5)
B(7, 1)
C( ) 5 2cos , 5 2sin u u
(0, 0)
On eliminating u, we get (x 2)
2
+(y 4)
2
=50
x
2
+y
2
4x 8y 30 =0
4.
( )
2 2
2 1 3
k
2 2
t t
= =
{ }
0 0
sinx dx sinxdx 2
t t
= =
} }
y =x
1 2
5. h
2
+16 =(h 8)
2
h
2
+16 =h
2
16h +64
h =3
So centre is (3, 0) and r =5
equation of circle (x 3)
2
+y
2
=25
Let C(3 +5 cos u, 5 sin u)
( )
0 4 1
1
8 0 1 .10 2sin cos 1
2
3 5cos 5sin 1
A = = u + u
+ u u
(0, 4)
(8, 0)
(h, 0)
( )
max
A 10 5 1 = +
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6. Slope of given line =
3
2
First of all we try to locate points on the curve at which tangents are parallel to given line
On differentiating 3x
2
4y
2
=72 w.r.t. x
dy 3x 3
dx 4y 2
= = (Given)
x
2
y
=
Put x =2y in 3x
2
4y
2
=72
We get (6, 3) and (6, 3) and their distances from line are
11
13
and
13
13
respectively
So (6, 3) is nearest
So x
0
=6 y
0
=3 and (x
0
+y
0
) =3
7. y
2
=(x
2
1)
2
So y =x
2
1 or y =1 x
2
So required area =
( )
1
2
0
4 1 x dx
}
=
1
3
0
x 8
4 x
3 3
(
=
(
(0,0)
(1, 0)
8. Given limit =0 +(2
2
1) +(3
2
1) +..... +(10
2
1) =
( )
10
2
n 2
n 1
=
=
10 11 21
1 9 375
6
=
9. Circle on PQ as diameter
( ) ( ) ( )( )
2 2
1 2 1 2
x t x t y 2t y 2t 0 + =
( ) ( )
2 2 2 2 2 2
1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2
x y t t x 2 t t y t t 4t t 0 + + + + + =
Put
1 2
t t
1
2
+
= and t
1
t
2
=1
Hence equation of circle become
p(t
1
)
45
a(t
2
)
x
2
+y
2
6x 4y 3 =0 ..... (1)
With centre (3, 2) and radius 4
Equation (1) is not orthogonal to x
2
+y
2
+2x 6y +3 =0
10. Three planes meet at two points it means they have infinite many solution, so
2 1 1
1 1 1 0
1 3
=
o
on solving o =4
P
1
: 2x +y +z =1
P
2
: x y +z =2
P
3
: 4x y +3z =5
P on XOY plane (1, 1, 0) (Which can be obtained by putting z =0 in any two equations)
Q on YOZ plane
1 3
0, ,
2 2
 

\ .
(By putting x =0 in any two equations)
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11. N : y +tx =2at +at
3
L : y =2at
On solving together 2at +tx =2at +at
3
x =at
2
+4a
Hence h =at
2
+4a ..... (1)
k =2at ..... (2)
So y
2
=4a(x 4a) (eliminating t)
Now verify alternatives
(at
2
, 2at)
y =2at
P
G(h, k)
(at
2
, 2at)
12. 4x
2
+2x 1 =0
x =
2 4 16
8
+
x =
2 2 5 1 5
8 4
=
If
5 1
sin18
4
o = =
5 1
cos36
4
(
+
 = =
(
 =cos 36 =sin[90 36] =sin 54 =4 sin
3
18 3 sin 18 =4o
3
3o
 =cos 36 =2 cos
2
18 1 =2o
2
1
SECTION B
1. (A)
( )
x 3
limf x 4
=
(B) x
2
+6x +9 +y
2
=9 +4
(x +3)
2
+y
2
=9 +4
(x +3)
2
=9, y
2
=4 or (x +3)
2
=4, y
2
=9
(C) Draw graph and check
(D) Let 2 95 o = and  be other root
As o + =a (Given)
 =a o =a 2 + 95
Also o =b
( )( )
2 95 a 2 95 b + =
But b <0 (Given)
( )
a 2 95 0 + >
So a 95 2 <
Hence max of a =7
2. (A) cos x +cos 3x =cos 2x
2 cos 2x cos x cos 2x =0
cos 2x (2 cos x 1) =0
1
cosx
2
= x
3
t
= or
5
3
t
or cos 2x =0
2x
2
t
= or
3
2
t
3
x ,
4 4
t t
=
Roots are
{ }
5
,
3 3
t t
2 roots
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(B)
( )
2
a
f ' x 2x
x
=
( )
a
f' 2 4 0
4
= =
a =16 so a
1
=16
Also f(x) =
3
2a
2
x
+
Also f(1) =2 +2a =0
a =1 so a
2
=1
Hence
1 2
a a 15
5
3 3
+
= =
(C) Check by graph
(D) We have
x
2
0
x 0
3
3
t
dt
a t
lim 1
x sinx
x
x
+
=
 

\ .
}
2
2
x 0
x 1
6. lim 1
3x a x
=
+
=
2
1
a
= so a =4
SECTION C
1.
9 3
3 2
5!
C C
2!2!1!
2.
( ) ( )
2 18
20 x x x
f x 1 x 1 ......
1 x 1 x 1 x
(
   
= + + + + + (
 
+ \ + . \ + .
( ) ( ) ( )
19
21 21 2
19
x
1 x 1 1 x 1 x x
1 x
(
 
+ = + + (

\ + .
Coefficient of x
18
in f(x) =Coefficient of x
18
in (1 +x)
21
=
21
C
18
=1330
3. Let 2
x
=t (for x <0, t <1 and for x >0, t >1)
Now g(t) =t
2
+2(1 b)t +b =0
Unity must be between the roots of this equation g(1) <0
1 +2(1 b) +b <0 b >3
Possible values of b in [1, 20] are 4, 5, 6, ..... 19, 20
So p =204 =4
4. Area of AABC =
1
a b b c c a
2
+ +
Now given 2a 3b 6c 0 + + =
Cross with a
, 3a b 6a c 0 + =
or
( )
a b 2 c a =
..... (1)
Again cross with b
2a b 6c b +
=0
or
( )
a b 3 b c =
Area of AOAB =
1
a b
2
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12
1 1 1
a b 1
Area of ABC 11
2 2 3
1
Area of AOB 6
a b
2
 
+ +

A
\ .
= =
A
So m =11, n =6 (m n) =5
5. x
2
+(2 tan u)x (1 +tan u) =0
o + =tan u 2 ..... (1)
o =tan u 1 ..... (2)
From equation (1) +(2)
o + +o =3
(o +1)( +1) =2
Hence either o +1 =2 and  +1 =1
then o =3,  =0
or o +1 =1 and  +1 =2
o =2 and  =1
If o =3,  =0 then tan u =1
3 7
,
4 4
t t
o =
If o =2,  =1 then tan u =1
5
,
4 4
t t
u =
Sum =
3 7 5
4
4 4 4 4
t t t t
+ + + = t =4
6.
9 1 18
8 1 9
10 19
9 9
C C C p 9 10
1 1
q 19 19
C C
= = =
So q p =19 10 =9
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