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SECTION I
PHYSICS
1. A bob is hung from the ceiling of a train compartment. The train moves on an incline
track of inclination 30
0
with horizontal. Acceleration of the train up the plane is g/2. The
angle which the string supporting the bob makes with normal to the ceiling in equilibrium
condition, is
(A) 30
0
(B) tan
1
(2)
(C) tan
1


.

\

3
2
(D) 45
0
2. A block of mass 2kg is gently placed over a massive plank moving horizontally over a
smooth surface with velocity 6 m/s. The coefficient of friction between the block and
plank is 0.2. The distance traveled by the block till it slides on the plank is (g=10 m/s
2
)
(A) 4 m (B) 6 m
(C) 9 m (D) 12 m
3. Power applied to a particle varies with time as , )
2
P 3t 2t 1 = watt, where t is in
second. Find the change in its kinetic energy between t = 2sec and t = 4sec
(A) 32J (B) 46J
(C) 61J (D) 100J
4. A heavy string of mass m hangs between two fixed
points A and B at an angle u with the horizontal as
shown in the figure. The tension at the lowest point in
the string is
A B
u
u
(A) mg/(2 sin u) (B) mg/(2 cos u)
(C) mg/(2 tan u) (D) mg/(2 cot u)
5. Find the minimum value of mass of hanging block
so 2 kg block slips over 4 kg block.
(A) 30 kg
(B) 20 kg
(C) 10 kg
(D) will not slip for any mass
M
4 kg
=1.5
=0
2 kg
6. Find the ratio of the acceleration of m
1
and m
2
. All the pulleys are
smooth and frictionless.
1 2
m m
a / a = ?
(A) 2 : 1
(B) 1 : 2
(C) 1 : 1
(D) the system is not stable m2
m1
7. A particle is projected on inclined plane of inclination  at angle of elevation o to the
horizontal. If the particle strikes the plane horizontally then
(A) tan 2tan = o (B) tan cot o =
(C) tan 2tan o = (D) o = 2
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8. A block B is resting on movable wedge A. The
coefficient of friction between A and B is . The
acceleration of the wedge for which B does not
experience any friction is/are :
(A) g tanu (B) g cotu
(C) g (D) g cosu
u
A
B
9. A block 5 kg is kept on the floor of an elevator at rest. As the
elevator starts descending with an acceleration of 12 m/s
2
,
(Taking g = 10 m/s
2
) the displacement of the block during the
first 0.2 sec.
(A) 0.04 meter (B) 0.24 meter
(C) 0.2 meter (D) 0.02 meter
a=12 m/s
2
5 kg
10. A body of mass 1kg is thrown upwards with a velocity 20m/s. It momentarily comes to
rest after attaining a height of 18m. How much energy is lost due to air friction. (g = 10
m/s
2
)
(A) 10J (B) 20J
(C) 30J (D) 40J
11. In system shown in figure
B
m 4kg = and
A
m 2kg = .
The pulleys are massless and friction is absent
everywhere. The acceleration of block A is
, )
2
g 10m/ s =
(A)
2
10
m/ s
3
(B)
2
20
m/ s
3
(C)
2
2 m/ s
(D) 4 m/s
2
30
0
A
B
12. A bead of mass m is located on parabolic wire with its axis
vertical and vertex at the origin as shown in figure and
whose equation is x
2
= 4ay. The wire frame is fixed and
bead can slide on it without friction. The bead is released
from the point y = 4a on the wire frame from rest. The
tangential acceleration of the bead when it reaches the
position given by y = a is
(A)
g
2
(B)
3
g
2
(C)
g
2
(D)
g
5
m
y
O x
13. A body is projected from the top of a tower with an initial velocity of 10 ms
1
horizontally
(Assume g = 10 ms
2
). The distance of the body from the point of projection after two
seconds
is (in m):
(A) 20 (B) 40
(C) 28.8 (D) 14.4
14. When a train is at rest, rain drops fall vertically. When it moves along east with a velocity
equal to that of rain, the rain will appear to fall, for a passenger in the train:
(A) 45 to vertical (B) along northwest
(C) from upwards (D) 30 to vertical
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15. Block are moving as shown. The ratio
1 2
v / v is
(A)
1
2
sin
sin
u
u
(B)
2
1
sin
sin
u
u
(C)
2
1
cos
cos
u
u
(D)
1
2
cos
cos
u
u
u1 u2
v1
v2 A
B
16. A spring of force constant k is cut into two pieces such that one piece is double the
length of the other. Then the long piece will have a force constant of
(A)
2
k
3
(B)
3
k
2
(C) 3k (D) 6k
17. If wedge is moving with acceleration a as shown in the
figure then value of net force on m is
(A) ma (B) 2 ma
(C) mg ma (D) zero
m M
M
a
M
18. The accelerationvelocity graph of a particle moving in a straight line
is as shown in figure. Then slope of velocitydisplacement graph
(A) increases linearly
(B) decreases linearly
(C) is constant
(D) increases parabolically
V
a
19. A man is standing on a weighing machine with a block in his hand. The machine records
W. When he takes the blocks upwards with some acceleration the machine records W
1
.
When he takes the blocks down with some acceleration, the machine records W
2
. Then
choose correct option.
(A)
1 2
W W W = = (B)
1 2
W W W < <
(C)
2 1
W W W < < (D)
2 1
W W W =
20. A particle is moving on an elliptical path as shown, speed of
the particle is constant. Its acceleration is maximum at
(A) A
(B) B
(C) C
(D) same everywhere
A
B
C
21. If
1
R A B = +
and
2
R A B =
, then
1 2
1 2
R R
R R
+
+
will be along
(A) A
(B) B
(C) A B +
(D) A B
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22. Two monkeys each of mass m move with acceleration
1 2
g
a a
2
= =
relative to the light inextensible string as shown in the figure. The ratio
of tensions in the portions AB and BC of the string is
(A) 1 : 2 (B) 3 : 1
(C) 4 : 1 (D) 2 : 1
a2
a1
B
C
A
23. When a spring is stretched by a distance x, it exerts a force, given by
, )
3
F 5x 16x = N. The work done, when the spring is stretched from 0.1M to 0.2M is
(A)
2
8.1 10 J
(B)
2
12.2 10 J
(C)
1
8.1 10 J
(D)
1
12.2 10 J
24. A person walking at the rate of 3km/hour, the rain appears to fall vertically, when he
increase his to speed 6 km/hr it appears to meet him at angle of 45
0
with vertical. The
speed of rain is
(A) 3 2 km/ hr (B)
3
km/ hr
2
(C) 6 2 km/ hr (D) 2 3 km/ hr
25. In the figure shown there are two pendulums free to move in a
vertical circle about one pivoted end. The length of each is
and mass of each bob is m. But AB is a light string while PQ is
a light rigid rod. The ratio of minimum velocities v
1
and v
2
given
to both as shown to complete the full vertical circle is
v1
v2
A
B
P
Q
(A) 1 (B)
5
2
(C) 2 (D)
3
2
26. A weightless inextensible rope rests on a stationary wedge
forming an angle o with the horizontal. One end of the rope
is fixed to the wall at point A. A small load is attached to the
rope at point B. The wedge starts moving to the right with a
constant acceleration a. The magnitude of acceleration of
the load is given by:
(A) a (B) 2a sin
2
o
(C) a sin o (D) g sin o
o
a
B
A
27. The time taken by the projectile to reach from A to B is t.
Then the distance AB is equal to
(A)
ut
3
(B)
3 ut
2
(C) 3 ut (D) 2 ut
30
O
60
O
u
A
B
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28. Two steel balls A and B are placed inside a right circular
cylinder of diameter 54 cm making contacts at point P, Q
and R as shown. The radius r
A
= 12 cm and r
B
= 18 cm. The
masses are
A
m 60kg = and m
B
= 15 kg. The forces exerted
by the floor at the point Q and the wall at R are respectively
(taking g = 10 m/s
2
)(all the surfaces are smooth)
(A) 600N, 150N (B) 750N, 100N
(C) 600N, 120N (D) 750N, 200N
54 cm
R
P
A
B
Q
29. A weight W is attached to two weightless strings AB and AC
as shown in figure. The tension in each string will be
(A)
W
4
(B)
W
2
(C)
3W
2
(D) W
T T
C
B
120
W
A
120
30. A projectile is projected at an angle o(>45
0
) with an initial velocity u (t=0). the time t at
which its horizontal component velocity will equal to the vertical component velocity
(A) t = ) sin (cos o o
g
u
(B) t = ) sin (cos o + o
g
u
(C) t = ) cos (sin o o
g
u
(D) t = ) cos (sin o o
2 2
g
u
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SECTION II
CHEMISTRY
1. Which of the following species has the greatest bond angle?
(A)
4
NH
+
(B)
2
NO
+
(C)
3
CH
+
(D)
4
PH
+
2. A vessel contains equal mass of methane and helium gases at 120
o
C and 800 mm Hg
pressure. What is the partial pressure of methane in the vessel?
(A) 600 mm Hg (B) 400 mm Hg
(C) 160 mm Hg (D) 200 mm Hg
3. Which of the following compound of magnesium evolves NH
3
gas when reacts with
water?
(A) Mg(N
3
)
2
(B) Mg
3
N
2
(C) Mg(NO
3
)
2
(D) Mg(NO
2
)
2
4. H
2
O
2
decomposes as:
2 2 2 2
2H O 2H O O +
Which of the following structure of H
2
O
2
explains its easiest decomposition?
(A)
O
O
H
H
(B) O
H
H
O
(C) O
H
H
O (D)
2
2
2H O
+
1 1
] ]
5. , )
4 2 7 2 3 2 2
2
NH Cr O Cr O 4H O N + +
What is the equivalent weight of (NH
4
)
2
Cr
2
O
7
(Molar mass = M g) in the above reaction?
(A)
M
4
(B)
M
3
(C)
M
6
(D)
M
8
6. What is the third ionization energy(I.E
3
) of lithium atom in electron volt unit?
(A)
9
13.6
4
 

\ .
(B) (9 13.6)
(C)
1
13.6
9
 

\ .
(D)
4
13.6
9
 

\ .
7. Which of the following two elements have maximum number of identical properties?
(A) Si and Al (B) Mg and K
(C) Be and Al (D) Na and Mg
8. Which of the following molecule contains identical covalent bonds?
(A) SF
6
(B) PF
5
(C) SF
4
(D) IF
7
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9. Which of the following does not represent the root mean square velocity of an ideal gas?
(A)
3RT
M
(B)
3P
d
(C)
2E
M
(D)
2d
M
10. In aqueous solution BeSO
4
exists as
(A) [Be(H
2
O)
2
]
2+
and
2
4
SO
(B) [Be(H
2
O)
4
]
2+
and
2
4
SO
(C) [Be(H
2
O)
6
]
2+
and
2
4
SO
(D) [Be(H
2
O)
3
]
2+
and
2
4
SO
11. Which of the following solution of the given substance produces I
2
when reacts with
acidified H
2
O
2
?
(A) NaIO
3
(B) KI
3
(C) I
2
O
5
(D) NaIO
4
12. 0.7 g of Na
2
CO
3
.xH
2
O is dissolved in 100 mL of water, 20 mL of which required 19.8 mL
of 0.1 N HCl. Therefore, x is:
(A) 1 (B) 2
(C) 3 (D) 4
13. How many maximum number of electrons of an atom will have n + = 5?
n = principal quantum number
= azimuthal quantum number
(A) 6 (B) 8
(C) 10 (D) 18
14. Which of the following species has maximum spin value?
(A)
2
O
+
(B) O
2
(C)
2
O
(D)
2
2
O
15. Which of the following substance has the highest value of second ionization energy?
(A) Na (B) Mg
(C) Al (D) Ca
16. The radius of each atom of helium is r. What would be the excluded volume for an atom
of helium which touches other helium atoms in a vessel at high pressure and low
temperature.
(A)
3
4
r
3
t (B)
3
8
r
3
t
(C)
3
16
r
3
t (D)
3
32
r
3
t
17. Which of the following gas reacts with NaOH?
(A) NH
3
(B) CO
(C) H
2
(D) C
2
H
4
18. Which of the following substance forms a white colour product when reacts with H
2
O
2
?
(A) K
2
Cr
2
O
7
(B) FeSO
4
(C) PbS (D) Na
2
SO
3
19. Which of the following molecule has zero dipole moment?
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(A) SOF
4
(B) SF
4
(C) XeF
4
(D) XeOF
4
20. Electrons with which of the following azimuthal quantum number, are present in
maximum number in an atom of zinc?
(A) = 0 (B) = 1
(C) = 2 (D) = 3
21. Reaction of P
4
O
10
with MgO forms only magnesium phosphate. How many moles of
MgO can completely react with one mole of P
4
O
10
?
(A) 4 (B) 5
(C) 6 (D) 8
22. Which of the following atom attains a halffilled electronic configuration by gaining one
electron?
(A) Boron (B) Carbon
(C) Nitrogen (D) Oxygen
23. Which of the following ion has the largest ionic radius?
(A) N
3
(B) O
2
(C) C
4
(D) F
24. Which of the following molecule is formed by overlapping of pure halffilled porbitals
according to valence bond theory?
(A) H
2
(B) H
2
O
(C) CH
4
(D) F
2
25. The pressure of an ideal gas increases by one atm when the gas was transferred from a
9 L vessel to a 6 L vessel at constant temperature. What is the pressure of the gas in the
smaller vessel?
(A) 4 atm (B) 2 atm
(C) 3 atm (D) 6 atm
26. Which of the following is not a product of the reaction between sodium and oxygen?
(A) Na
2
O (B) Na
2
O
2
(C) NaO
2
(D) NaO
27. Which of the following type of hydrogen is formed in the hydrogen torch which is used for
welding of metals?
(A) Atomic hydrogen (B) Nascent hydrogen
(C) Ortho hydrogen (D) Para hydrogen
28. How many gram of NaOH can be completely neutralized by 200 mL of 0.4 M HCl
solution?
(A) 2.8 (B) 0.08
(C) 3.2 (D) 0.04
29. Which of the following ratio of the characteristics of an orbit and electron is equal to
principal quantum number of the orbit?
(A)
Area of orbit
Frequency of electron motion
(B)
Circumference of orbit
Wavelengthof electron motion
(C)
Radius of orbit
Wave number of electron motion
(D)
Area of orbit
Circumference of orbit
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30. The energy change of which of the following process is called the ionization energy of
sodium? (s = Solid state and g = gaseous state)
(A) , ) , ) Na g Na s
+
(B) , ) , ) Na s Na s
+
(C) , ) , ) Na g Na g
+
(D) , ) , ) Na s Na g
+

\ .
(D)
, )
2,7 2
10. A line passing through the point , ) 21,30 and normal to the curve y 2 x = has its slope
equal to
(A) 2 (B) 3
(C) 2 (D) 5
11. The number of common tangents to the circles
2 2
x y 6x 14y 48 0 + + = and
2 2
x y 6x 0 + = is
(A) 1 (B) 2
(C) 0 (D) 4
12. The equation of the circle passing through the points (2, 0) and (0, 4) and having the
minimum possible radius is
(A)
2 2
x y x y 3 + + + = (B)
2 2
x y 2x 4y 0 + =
(C)
2 2
x y 7x y 8 0 + + = (D) none of these
13. The incentre of the triangle formed by the lines y x = and y 1 = is
(A)
, )
0,2 2 (B)
, )
2 2,0
(C)
, )
2 2,0 + (D)
, )
0,2 2 +
14. The common chord of the circles
2 2
x y 4x 4y 0 + = and
2 2
x y 16 + = subtends at the
origin an angle equal to
(A)
6
t
(B)
4
t
(C)
3
t
(D)
2
t
15. The chord of contact of the pair of tangents to the circle
2 2
x y 1 + = drawn from any point
on the line 2x y 4 + = passes through the point
(A)
1 1
,
2 4
 

\ .
(B)
1 1
,
4 2
 

\ .
(C)
1
1,
2
 

\ .
(D)
1
, 1
2
 

\ .
16. If a circle passes through the point , ) a,b and cuts the circle
2 2 2
x y p + = orthogonally,
then the equation of the locus of its center is
(A)
, )
2 2 2
2ax 2by a b p 0 + + + = (B)
, )
2 2 2
2ax 2by a b p 0 + + + + =
(C)
, )
2 2 2 2 2
x y 3ax 4by a b p 0 + + + = (D)
, )
2 2 2 2 2
x y 2ax 3by a b p 0 + + + =
17. If the circle
2 2
x y 4x 22y c 0 + + + + = bisects the circumference of the circle
2 2
x y 2x 8y d 0 + + = , then c d + equals
(A) 60 (B) 50
(C) 40 (D) none of these
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18. If one vertex of an equilateral triangle of side 2 is the origin and another vertex lies on
the line x 3y = , then the third vertex can be
(A) , ) 0,2 (B)
, )
3, 1
(C) , ) 2, 2 (D)
, )
3,1
19. The sum of the squares of the length of the chord intercepted by the line x y n, n N + = e
on the circle
2 2
x y 4 + = is
(A) 11 (B) 22
(C) 33 (D) none of these
20. The statement , ) ~ p ~ q is
(A) a tautology (B) a fallacy
(C) equivalent to p q (D) ~ p q
21. The number of integral solutions of
, ) , ) , )
3
x 1 x 2 x 4
0
x 2
s
is
(A) 0 (B) 2
(C) 3 (D) 4
22. If , ) x a t sint = , , ) y a 1 cost = , then
dy
dx
is equal to
(A)
sint
1 cost +
(B)
1 cost
sint
+
(C)
cost
1 sint
(D)
cost
1 sint +
23. The set of real values of x for which
, )
2
log x 1
2 x 5
> + is
(A) , ) , ) , 1 4, (B) , ) 4,
(C) , ) , 1 (D) , ) 1, 4
24. If
2
2 2
1 t 2t
x , y ,
1 t 1 t
= =
+ +
then
dy
dx
=
(A)
y
x
(B)
y
x
(C)
x
y
(D)
x
y
25. If
4
log 5 a = and
5
log 6 b, = then
3
log 2 =
(A)
1
2a 1 +
(B)
1
2b 1 +
(C) 2ab 1 + (D)
1
2ab 1
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26.
, )
7
dx
x x 1
=
+
}
(A)
7
7
1 x
ln c
7 x 1
 
+

+
\ .
(B)
7
7
1 x
ln c
7 x 1
 
+

+
\ .
(C)
7
7
x
ln c
x 1
 
+

+
\ .
(D) none of these
27. If
/3
2 2
/ 4
1
dx k,
sin xcos x
t
t
=
}
then k is equal to
(A)
2
3
(B) 3
(C) 2 (D) 5
28.
4 2
3
x
1
x sin x
x
lim
1 x
+
=
+
(A) 0 (B) 1
(C) 1 (D) doesnt exist
29. If A = tan 6 tan 42 and B = cot 66 cot 78, then
(A) A = 2B (B)
1
A B
3
=
(C) A = B (D) 3A = 2B
30. The maximum value of , ) sin cos x is equal to
(A) sin1 (B) 1
(C)
1
sin
2
 

\ .
(D)
3
sin
2
 


\ .
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FIITJEE INTERNAL TEST
PHASE I
BATCHES:
ANSWERS IIT MAINS
QP CODE:
SR.
NO
PHYSICS C.CODE CHEMISTRY C. CODE MATHS C.CODE
1. C P110403 B C110305 D M111303
2. C P110401 C C111207 B M111402
3. B P110504 B C110903 B M111411
4. C P110403 C C111006 B M111403
5. D P110403 C C111101 C M111407
6. B P110320 B C110103 A M110701
7. C P110310 C C110702 A M110714
8. A P110405 A C110306 B M110718
9. C P110326 D C111206 C M110728
10. B P110502 B C110902 D M110712
11. A P110404 B C111006 D M110822
12. C P110415 B C110202 B M110802
13. C P110326 D C110107 A M110704
14. A P110320 B C110112 D M110820
15. C P110416 A C110703 A M110809
16. B P110404 C C111204 A M110821
17. B P110404 B C110808 B M110815
18. C P110325 C C111006 A M110702
19. C P110404 C C110304 B M110823
20 C P110318 B C110107 C 
21. A P110201 C C110202 C M110109
22. C P110403 B C110108 B M120509
23. A P110507 C C110706 B M110203
24. A P110320 D C110306 C M120508
25. B P110508 C C111202 D M110202
26. B P110409 D C110803 A M120701
27. A P110314 A C111003 A M120803
28. D P110405 C C111102 B M110606
29. D P110403 B C110103 C M111402
30. C P110310 C C110704 A M111308