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CHEMISTRY

1.

Anti-Markornikoff addition occurs in Karash effect, which proceeds through free radical mechanism.

v

CH3 CH 2 CH CH3 is a secondary free radical and is more stable than CH3 CH 2 CH 2 CH 2

2.

Number of unpaired electrons will be 5 if configuration of Mnx+ is 3d5. Therefore, x is 2.

3.

Epsomite, MgSO4. 7H2O is in rhombic system. Zinc blende, ZnS is in cubic system. White tin, Sn is in

tetragonal system. These may crystalline in body centred lattice. Blue vitriol, CuSO4.5H2O is in triclinic

system and has only primitive lattice.

4.

5.

Benzenediazonium chloride is directly reduced to benzene in the presence of hypophosphorous acid.

6.

RNA contains all the bases present in DNA, except thymine. In the place of thymine, RNA contains the

base uracil.

7.

XeO4 has four double bonds. All 8 electrons in the valence shell of Xe atom are used in bonding. Hence

no lone pairs are present on the central atom.

Ammonical cupric salt with tartarate is Fehlings solution. It is a mild oxidant. It oxidises aldehydes, but

not ketones.

Hybridisation of B in BF3 is sp2

Hybridisation of N in NH3 is sp3

Hybridisation of B in H3N.BF3 is sp3

Hybridisation of N in H3N.BF3 is sp3

8.

9.

x1 P1

10.

x 2 P2

1 1

2 2

1/ n

0.1 100

(or)

0.2 400

1/ n

2/n

(or) n = 2

12. 2-Butene (cis and trans), 1-butene and methyl-1-propene

CH3 CH3

CH3

C=C

H

C=C

CH3

CH3

C = CH2

CH3

Molecular formula of Y is H2N(CH2)6NH2

14. At equilibrium, the rate of the forward and backward reactions is the same. No condition of identical

concentrations of reactants and products at equilibrium.

15. Chlorine at anode oxidises ethanol to chloral

CCl3CHO + 5HCl,

C2H5OH + 4Cl2

Chloral on base hydrolysis with caustic soda finally gives chloroform

HCOONa + CHCl3

CCl3CHO + NaOH

}}m

}}m

14

Ag(Z=47):1s 22s 22p 63s 23p 63d 104s 24p 64d 105s 1

Principal quantum number of outer electron that is removed in the ionisation is 5. Azimuthal as well as

magnetic quantum numbers of 's' orbital is zero.

Spin quantum number of lone electron in an orbital is usually denoted as +1/2.

}}m

2CO(g); %H is negative.

is

positive

due

to

increase in number of gaseous moles. Hence

%S

temperature.

[salt]

[salt]

(or) 4.8 = 4.8 + log

[acid]

[acid]

[salt]

[salt]

log

= 0 (or)

=1

[acid]

[acid]

50 s M 100 s 0.2

50 100 50 100

M

100 s 0.2

0.4M

50

19. Basic nature of the oxide decreases and acidic nature increases, from left to right in a period.

eg : MgO, Al2O3 and SiO2

20. CO2 is gas, but SiO2 is a solid. CO2 is a linear molecule, but SiO2 is the simplest formula of Silica. C in

CO2 is sp hybridised, but Si in SiO2 is sp3 hybridised. C and Si both forms a total of 4 bonds.

21. Metal with lower reduction potential can reduce all metal ions with higher potential

Reduction potential is least for Al. Hence it reduces all other given metal cations.

22. With HCl, the reaction is to be catalysed using anhydrous ZnCl2. With HBr and HI, no catalyst is

required. With HI, the reaction is very fast.

23. [Mn(CO)5]2 is the complex. Each complex unit is square pyramidal. Two complex units are joined by

metal-metal bond.

24. For BaCl2, B 0.8 and n = 3

i 1

i 1

B

(or) 0.8 =

n 1

3 1

26. A = C2H5HSO4; B = CH3CH2OH;

C = CH3COOH; D = CH3COCH3 and

E = CH3CHOHCH3

Compounds A and C do not give positive iodoform test.

27. The solubility product of Mg(OH)2 is high. In group 3 cations, NH+4 acts as common ion and suppresses

the ionisation of NH4OH giving less OH.

28. For a first order reaction log

a

(a x)

Oxidation state of C in CO2 is + 4

The change in the oxidation number of carbon is, that it increases from +3 to +4.

However, one mole H2C2O4 releases two moles of electrons.

30. Mg is insoluble in dilute NaOH solution

Al is soluble in dilute NaOH solution, forming sodium meta-aluminate

15

PHYSICS

31. d1 : d2 : d3 = eV01 : eV02 :eV03

V01 : V02 : V03 = 0.001 : 0.002 : 0.004 = 1 : 2 : 4

hc vq

W0

By photoelectric equation

eM e

Compare the above equation with y = mx + c

hc

tan R

m

e

1

0.001m 1 1000nm

M 01

1

M 02

500nm ;

250nm

M 03

32. P1

V0

V

n1 Rt and P2 0 n2 RT

2

2

n1 P1

n 2 P2

P1V1 = n1RT1 and P1V2 = n2RT1

V1 n1 P1

V2 n 2 P2

But V1 + V2 = V0

= V1

P1V0

PV

V2 2 0

and

P1 P2

P1 P2

33. Conceptual

34. N

RD

; RD NAD

AD

RD1

3

s 6 9cm

2

RD2

3

s 4 6cm

2

= RD1 + RD2 = 15 cm

35. Because the system is accelerating upwards, tension at any point will be T = m(g+a)

TB = 5(9.8 + 0.2) 50 N

16

2

k2 2

gsin R

. For hollow cylinder: k 2 . For solid cylender: 2 Hence their accelerations are different.

a

5

r

k2

r2 3

1 2

r

Solid cylinder reach earlier

37. R = m(ga)

38. (4) P

dW

di

Li

dt

dt

L1l1 = L2 l2

l1 L 2

di

V L

;

l2 L1

dt

V1 L2

V2 L1 ;

W

L l

1

= W Ll 2 ; 2 2 2

W1 L1 l1

2

39. t = ax2 + bx

dt

dx

dx

2ax b V(20x b)

dt

dt

dt

V = (20 x + b)1

a

40. n

dv

dx

(2ax b) 2 s 2 2av3

dt

dt

1 F

1 stress 1 Y.strain

2l AS 2l

2l

S

S

V

T3

PV

constant . From the above equations

T

dV

dT

3

V

T

But dV = vr dT

r%T

42.

3dT

T

MR 2

MR 2

M[4R 2 ]

Md2

2

4

17

G

G G

uv G uv G

j 2(xi y j)

43. y i

ux uy

JG

E 2 x2 t y2

JG

JG

G

JG

For points : x = 0; E 2yJ and E is along positive y-direction for points y > 0 and E is along negative

y-direction for points y > 0.

JG

G

JG

JG

Similarly : For point y = 0 E 2xi and E is along negative x-direction for points x > 0 and E is along

positive x-direction for points x < 0

Potential at the surface of the sphere = VS K

Q

R

3 Q

Potential at the centre of the sphere = VC K

2 R

Let m and - q be the mass and charge of the particle respectively.

Let V0 = speed of the particle at the centre of the sphere

1

Q

mV2 q(VB Vs ) qk

2

R

1

3 Q

mV02 q(VB VC ) q s k

2

2 R

V02 3

Dividing 2 1.5 (or) V0 1.5V

2

V

45. Conceptual

46. Rate of cooling

eB

dT eA

(T4T04)

dt ms

dT

dt

= for x ;

dT

is more, therefore ex > ey and since absorptivity is proportional to emissivity, hence

dt

Ax > Ay

1

1 1

1 1

1 1 N1 N 2

47. Feff f f = (N1 1) (N 2 1)

B R

R B

R

1

2

48. x is greater than 28

R

x

l 100 l

=l

200

x2

When the resistances are interchanged the key shift 20 cm. Therefore

x

2

80 x lx = 2l + 40

l 20 80 l

80x = l(x + 2) + 40

On solving x = 38

49. R P 18; R Q 18; R R 28

RQ < RP < RR ; P2 < P1 < P3

18

50.

%g

g

s 100

Case C :

g

s 100 2

%T

T

s 100

Case:A

%g

%l

51. Conceptual

52. The situation is shown in figure given below. (x, y) represents the point at which the collision takes

place. Let, for the first particle time of flight before collision be t, so the time of flight for the second

shell be (t %t) , for the first shell x u cos R1t .....(1)

For the second shell x u cos R 2 t (t %t)

I

cos R1

t

s

cos R2 t %t

(x,y)

t %t cos R1

t

cos R2

%t

R1

cos R2 cos R1

.............. (3)

cos R2

%t u

x

cos R2 cos R1

cos R1 .cos R2 .......... (4)

Further y x tan R1

y x tan R2

gx 2

2u 2 cos2 R 1

gx 2

2u 2 cos2 R 2

On solving

sin(R1 R2 )

gx cos R2 cos R1

gx 4 %x

2

2s

x

%t

2u sin(R1 R2

g cos R1 cos R2

54. C

DM

d

19

R2

55. Let x be the compression of the spring, when the block m2 is about to shift. Therefore, for the block m2

kx = N N2 and N2 = m2g ................. (1)

Let F be the constant minimum force, then on application of F on m1 it should starts moving and should

comes to rest. This means that F NN1 Nm 1g . Now for the block m1 from work-energy theorem.

WF + Wmg + Wsp + Wfr + WN =

Fx + 0

%T

1

kx2 N m1gx + 0 = 0

2

kx

F Nm1g .............. (2)

2

From eq (1) and (2)

F Ng(m 1

m2

)

2

56. The outer circle is traversed in the anticlockwise direction while the lower circle in traversed with

clockwise direction.

JG Q

G

A (a 2 b 2 )k

2

JJJG Q 2

G

Pm (a b 2 )Ik

2

57. Conceptual

58. As the inclined plane is frictionless

1

mv 2 mgh

2

A

V 2gh

In

300

%ADB tan

600

h

3

h = 3m; V 6g 60m 1

600

3m

mk

E

300

3 3m

59. tan 300 =

BE

CE

=BE = 3m

1

1

m( 45)2 M s 10 s 3 M VC2

2

2

= VC 105m 1

60. Final velocity will be horizontal, making an angle 300 with BC.

20

3

45m 1

2

MATHEMATICS

61. The two circles intersect orthogonally

the square of the distance between centres

= sum of squares of the radii

30 1 32 42 52 30 1 5

2

30 (30 1) 1 b 30 1 1 5 1 6

30 (30 1) 1 r 30 1 1 5 1 4

62. f(x) = 4x2 16x + c

f(1) > 0, f(2)< 0, f(3)>0

c > 12, c < 16, c > 12

12 < c < 16

c = 13, 14, 15

1 M

1 M

2

4M

A1

0 M3 6M 2 11M 6 0

A3 6A2 + 11A 6I = 0

1 2

A 6 A 11I

6

5

64. f'(x) = 2ax + b and f 0 b 5a

2

2

c = 2 and f(1) = 1 a 14 .

f(0) = 2

= f ( x)

x2 5

x2

4 4

y + 2z = 4

(2), (4) (M 3) z (N 10)

.....(4)

.....(5)

no solution M 3 and N x 10

66.

1

12

1

32

Let x

1

52

1

r

....d

1

2

Q2

8

1

2

1

2

1

4

1

52

....d

1 1 1

1 1 1 1

2 2 2 ....d 2 2 2 ....

1 3 5

4 1 2 3

Q2

8

x

4

3 x Q2

Q2

x

4

8

6

c

dy

c

y

x 1 dx

( x 1)2

21

1 and C c and B C 3 0

(B 1)

B 1

2

B 1, c 4

Q

Q 5Q

5Q

68. f'(x) < 0 on 0, , f ( x ) 0 on , and f '(x) < 0 on ,2 Q

3 3

3

3

69. Rolle's theorem doesn't explain statement I.

70. I1

1 cos2 t

sin 2 t

1 cos2 t

2

sin t

(2 x ) f (2 x ) 2 (2 x ) on

2 I 2 I1

(2 x ) f < x (2 x )>dx

I1

1

I2

2

( x 2 2 x 4)dx

xdr x 2 dx

1

= 19/3

72. 3n1 (4 1)n1 4M1 (1)n1

5n2 (4 1)n2 4 M 2 1

7 n3 (8 1)n3 4 M 3 ( 1)n3

even powers of 3 and 7 are in the form 4M 1

odd powers of 3 and 7 are in the form 4M 1

Required number of divisors

= 8(35 + 35) = 240

73.

f (h ) f (0)

f (0) Lt

Lt

h m0

hm0

h

1

h P sin

h

h

1

Lt h P 1.sin doesnot exist

h

hm0

P 1b 0 p b 1

1

f (0) Lt x P sin 0 p 0

x

x m0

3

e x 1

x2

x

b

Lt

f

(

x

)

Lt

.

.

74.

2

x m0

x log(1 x ) sin(ax )

1s1s

1

a

a

1

b

22

75. x y

dy

( x 2 y 2 )2

dx

d( x2 y2 )

( x 2 y 2 )2

dx

1

2 x c passes through (1, 0)

( x y2 )

2

C 3

76. Let A'(4, 3) be the image of A in y = x

B(7,11)

A(4,3)

31 31

=P ,

7 7

a = 2, c = 4

5

f(0, y) = 0 = (y2)(y3) b , c 6

2

y=x

77. f(x, 0) = 0 = (x 2)

A(4,3)

= data is insufficient.

78. The circle passing through the end point of latusrectum and touching the directrix has center at four and

latusrectum is the diameter.

2

2

M

79. Let R be the angle between the plane and x-axis, then sin R

4 9 36 7

80. Lt f ( x ) Lt cos x 1

nmQ

nmQ

Lt f ( x) Lt (sin x 1) 1

nmQ

nmQ

f(x) is a continuous at x Q

hence continuous on [0, d)

81. a .b 0 x( x 1) ( x 1)1 1.a 0

x 2 2 x (a 1) 1 0, x R

4 4(a1) < 0

a>2

82. S P Mn and S .n q

Mn P .n q

=S P

P .n n

n

23

If the end digit of each number is either 1, 3, 5, 7 or 9 then the product of numbers will end with either

1, 3, 5, 7, 9.

Also the end digit of the product is 1, 3, 7, 9 if the end digit of each number is either 1, 3, 7 or 9.

Hence the total number of ways which the product ends with 5 is 54 44 and also number of ways of

selecting the end digit of each number is 10.

Required probability =

54 4 4

10

369

10 4

(boy and his sister are selected)

1

15

86. A.P. r G.P.

1

27csx 81sin

r 27csx.81sin

2

r 2.3

2 (3csx 4 sin)

2

9 3

87. a s d b s d c s d c s d

d s a s d d s c s d d .d c d .c d

d c (0)d

d s a s d

d

c

88. Let di = xi 8

=T 2x

T 2d

1

1

di 2 di

18

18

1

9

9

s 45

18

18

4

=T x

3

2

q is q p.

1

1

1

e

e

e m x(log x )m 1 (m 1) (log x )m 2 dx

1

1

= e me + m(m1)Im2

= (1 m)e + m(m1)Im2

Im

1

mI m 2 e K 1 m, L

m

1 m

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