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Answer Keys

1

40

10

0.717

11

12

-4.61

13

-5

14

-5

15

128

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

0.195

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

44

34

35

10

36

11.8

37

100

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

9.5

51

92.5

52

53

54

562.94

55

56

57

58

59

60

61

62

63

64

65

Explanations:1.

Hence, option (d) i.e., 9 is a perfect square.

(or)

Using expansion, we get 9.

2.

We have

(x x)

= r

x

( y y)

y

1.5

x 10 = 0.6

( y 20 )

2

x = ( 0.45 ) y + 1

3.

u v

u

v

verify the options, only

= and

=

x y

y

x

(A) sasitfies

4.

Let

1

=x

27

f (x) =

1

2

27 = 0, f 1 ( x ) = 3

2

x

x

x n +1 = x n

f (xn )

f 1 (xn )

x n +1 =

3x n 27x 3n

2

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2 2 2

+

+

x 2 y 2 z 2

= 12xy 2 z 4 + 4x 3 z 4 + 24x 3 y 2 z 2

2

6.

(1, 1,1)

= 12 + 4 + 24 = 40

1 resistor is removed from fig, and the circuit configuration is shown in fig below

I1 = 2 1 = 1A

V1 = 1A 2 = 2V

VO C

4 5 20

4

= V

2

V1

V2

2

1

4+5 9

I1

2

VOC = V1 V2 = V

9

Deactivating the constant sources, R TH from fig below is obtained as

Also V2 = 1A

R TH

R TH

4

VOC

4 5 38

=

4+5 9

2

V0.c

2

I=

A = 42.55mA

= 9 =

38

R TH + 1

+ 1 47

9

R TH = 2 +

7.

d 2i(t)

di(t)

+8

+ 12i(t) = 0

dt 2

dt

Apply laplace Transform

s 2 + 8s + 12 = 0 (s + 6)(s + 2) = 0

Roots are real & unequal So it is a overdamped circuit

8.

no = ND and Po =

9.

n i2 9.3 1019

=

= 9.3 102 cm 3

n0

1017

E i -E F =

KT

NA

4x1017

-3

=25x10

ln

10

1.5x10

ni

ln

= 0.427 eV

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Vbi = VT ln A 2 D

ni

1017 1015

= 0.0259ln

= 0.717 Volts

( 9.65 109 ) 2

11.

Now reducing the given circuit, getting thevenins equivalent at the both electrodes of the

diode, we will get the following result.

1.5

4.5V

6V

I

So the diode is in reverse bias and from its characteristics, it is clear that it should be replaced

with 5k resistor.

5K

1.5

4.5V

6V

I

Hence I ~ = 0.3mA

12.

Here, both BJTs cant be ON at a time because it violates KVL between +5 and -5 sources.

Now lets assume that upper BJT is ON and lower one is OFF. In this case, current flows into

the ground via 1k so emitter is at positive voltage and base is at (emitter voltage)-0.7V. But

for the current to flow into its base, it must be at voltage lower than -5 V. So this is not

possible. Now if upper BJT is OFF and lower one is ON then current follows the path as

shown below.

+ 5V

OFF

10 K

5V

VB

IB

IE

ON

1K

5V

Now applying KVL over this path and putting I E = 101 IB . We get I E = 3.91mA

Also VE VB = 0.7. Hence we get VB = 4.61V

13.

Here Q 2 will be ON and Q1 will be OFF. Assume that Q1 will be ON, then voltage at its

emitter will be +0.3. It is higher than voltage at the base of Q 2 so suddenly it will get ON and

now voltage at emitter will be -0.7 which wont allow Q1 to switch ON. Hence no current in

Q1 and no current in the 1 K resistor at collector of Q1 and no current in the 1K resistor at

collector of Q1 . Hence V= -5 V.

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Here both Zener will be in reverse breakdown, analyzing circuit in following sequence,

10 V

1 mA

+ 10 k

1

+ 10 v

2k

5k

+5

+ 15v

5v

5v

Vo

+5

5v

fi

; where N = MOD number of the counter

N

256kHz

2kHz =

N = 128

N

15.

f0 =

16.

When J = K = 1 output will always toggle with clock and produce the square wave with half

frequency of the input frequency.

17.

Since the ROC is left sided before doing the long division it has to be arranged in ascending

order of z. In the quotient expression, the coefficient of z represents the sample value at n = 1.

1

4 z

z 1 + 1

Z 2 + 1

4

represents

z 1 + 4z

( )

x(n) at n = 1

1 4z

X (e

) d = 2 x ( 0) = 2 ( 1) = 2

18.

19.

Let the overall impulse response of the system be h[n], then by observing the block diagram

given in figure

h(n) = h1 ( n ) + h 2 ( n ) h 3 ( n ) + h 4 ( n ) = u ( n ) + u ( n + 4 ) u ( n ) (n 4) + a n u(n)

= u ( n + 4 ) (n 4) + a n u(n) = u(n + 4 4) + a n u(n) = [1 + a n ]u(n)

20.

1

ess ( unit step ) =

= 0; as K p = lim G ' ( s ) =

s 0

1 + Kp

ess ( ramp ) =

1

= 0.5; as K a = limsG ' ( s ) =

s 0

Kv

ess ( parabolic ) =

1

= 0.5; as K a = lims 2 G ' ( s ) = 2

s0

Ka

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So it is effective in transient only.

22.

1

1

= A C cos ( 2f c t ) + A C cos 2 ( f c + f m ) t A c cos 2 ( f c + f m ) t

2

2

Mean power of s ( t ) is

A c 2 2 A c2 2 A c2 A c2 2

+

+

=

1 + 2

2

8

8

2

P

2

1 =1+

Pc

2

P1 =

23.

2

= Pc 1 + 2

fsi = 2100, I.F = 500 KHz, Q = 50, fsi = fs + 2I.F fS = 1100 KHz

Image rejection ratio = 1 + Q 2 2

Where; =

f si f s

= 1.9 0.52 = 1.38

fs f si

= 1 + (50) 2 (1.38)2 = 69

24.

Z x Z1 = Z2 Z3

Zx =

(10)(100)

= 33.3320 = ( 31.32 + j11.4 )

30 20

L x = 11.4 H 12 H

25.

Pav =

G d Pr ad E s2

=

4r 2

2

26.

dy

3

+ 3y = 12 ( x 2 )

dx

dy

3

2

+

.y = 12 ( x 2 )

dx x 2

3

2

P=

Q = 12 ( x 2 )

x2

( x 2)

I.F = e x 2

dx

where ( x > 2 )

= e3log ( x 2) = ( x 2 )

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= 12 ( x 2 ) ( x 2 ) dx + c

2

=12 ( x 2 ) dx + c

5

y ( x 2 ) = 12

3

( x 2)

+c

1

y ( 3) = 2 2 (1) =12 + c c = 0

6

y ( x 2)

27.

( x 2)

= 12

y = 2 ( x 2)

sa

; Magnitude is same for any value of a and frequency, hence it is a All pass filter

s+a

Phase =180- 2tan -1 ; At = a ; phase = 90

a

28.

1

s

1

1

= L1 2

L1 2

2

2

4

s

2s

+

2

s

+

2s

+

2

( s 2s + 2 )( s + 2s + 2 )

1

1 1

1

1

L

2

4 ( s 1)2 + 1

s

+

1

+

1

(

)

1 1

1 t 1 1

= e t L1 2

e L 2

4 4

s +1

s + 1

1 t

e sin t e t sin t

4

1

= sin t e t e t

4

1

= sin t sin ht

2

=

29.

X

------

P(X)

1

n

1

n

1

n

1

n

------

1

n

1

1

1

1

Mean = 1. + 2. + 3. + .... + n.

n

n

n

n

n +1

=

2

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Mesh 2: I2=-2A

Mesh 3 &4 forming supermesh so the KVL

4 mA

I1

2 k

I2

2 mA

1k

1k

I1 + I 2 3I3 2I4 = 0

1k

I3 I 4 = 2A

I4

I3

2 k

1mA

4

Solving the above equation I3 = mA

5

Vo

8

4

So, Vo = ( 2k ) mA = V

5

5

31.

Vc Vc2

Ic1 = I 1

R1

C1

dVC1

V

V

= I C1 + C2

dt

R1

R1

1

1

1

VC1 =

VC1 +

VC2 + I

R

C

R

C

C

1 1

1 1

(i)

V VC2 VC2

IC2 = C1

R1

R2

C2

1

1

dVC2

1

= VC1 VC2

+

dt

R1

R1 R 2

1

R1 + R 2

VC2 = VC1

VC2

R 1C 2

R 1R 2 C 2

(2)

1

R C

VC1 = 1 1

1

VC2

R 1C 2

32.

V 1

C1 + C I

R 1 + R 2 VC2

0

R 1R 2 C 2

1

R 1C1

For t < 0, the switch is in close position and network is in steady state when the inductor is

short circuit.

i L (0 ) =

12

= 1.5 A

8

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i L (0 )

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(t < 0)

But for t>0, switch is opened and here the circuit becomes a source free circuit. So i L () = 0 ,

as no source is present in the network.

I

8

+

V1

3V1

(t > 0)

i L (t) = i L (0 )e

V 8I 3V1 = 0

V = 32I ( V1 = 8I )

V

= 32

I

L 16 1

Z= =

=

R 32 2

R eq =

i L (t) = i L (0 ) e = 1.5 e 2t

33.

From 1st statement

6 = k1 (1) + k 2 (5)

k1 + 5k 2 = 6

(1)

10 = k1 (5) + k 2 (30)

5k1 + 30k 2 = 10

(2)

So, IR = 26I 4V

So when I = 2A & V = 2V

I R = 26(2) 4(2) = 44 A

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dx

L

15

2

10 exp

0

19

= 1.6 10 12

0 12 104

1

1.6 1019 12 1015 exp

2 = 0.97 A cm 2

=

12 104

35.

o =

o

0.999

=

= 999

1 o 1 0.999

ICBO = 10 106 A

So,

ICEO = (1 + o ) ICBO

= (1 + 999 ) 10 106 = 10 mA

1W

2

n Cox ( VGS VT )

2 L

1 W 650 6.9 108

2

( 5 0.65 )

4 103 =

2 1.25

= 3.39 W

W = 11.8 m

36.

I D( sat ) =

37.

Hence maximum current that can flow from resistance R L = 50 mA

Voltage across R L = 5V ( 7805 IC )

Vs = +6.5V

P = 60 mw

= VImax

60 mw

I max =

1.5V

= 40 mA

1k

Minimum value of R L =

2

= 1.5 V

IB = 0 1

Total I through R L = 40 + 10 = 50mA

5

= 100 Ohm

50 m

0.7V

7805

7805

40 mA

10 mA

RL

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A

1

we can take voltage gain with feedback A f =

(1 + A )

+12V

Vf

1

=

Vo 10

1

= 10

4.7K

2K

Q3

Q2

Vin

V0

Q1

9k

39.

2mA

1k

Vf

20

So, the output of 1st Op-amp is V0 = (1 + 2Sint ) = 10 (1 + 2Sint ) , V0 = 10 20Sint

2

By applying nodal at second Op-amp -terminal

The second one acts as a summer so,

10 (1 + 2Sint ) 10

V0 = 20

mV

1

1

= 400 + 400Sint = 0.4 (1 + Sint ) mV

( )

J A ( x ) K A QB

40.

41.

A B+1

For x = 0;

For x = 1;

If any input is HIGH, (-0.8V) then corresponding transistors will be ON and common emitter

voltage will become - 1.6V at emitter terminal of all the transistors of differential amplifier

(Q1 to Q5). Second terminal of RE is at -5.2V. So

IE =

42.

J B ( x ) K B ( Q A ) Q A +1

MVI

ADI

MOV

1.6 ( 5.2 )

779

A,5EH ;

A2H ;

C, A ;

1.6 + 5.2

= 4.62 mA

779

[ A ] = 5EH

[ A ] = [ A ] + A2H

= 5EH + A2H

= 00H ;CY = 1

[ C] = [ A ] = 00H

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Fourier transform of autocorrelation function is the power spectral density of the signal.

Power spectral density of the signal is Real, even and non negative in nature.

H(z)

z = e j

= e j e 3 j + e 5 j

= e 3 j (2cos(2)) 1

H() = 3

Tp =

45.

H()

=3

x [ n ][1 2 3] ; y [ n ] = [1 4 8 8 3]

N=5 which starts at -2 and terminates at +2.

We know,

N = N1 + N 2 1 N 2 = 3 i.e the number of samples in h[n].

By observation, it can be stated that ' N 2 ' ranges from ' 1' to '+ 1'.

h[n] = [ a 1 a o

a1 ]

a 1

ao

a1

a 1

ao

a1

2a 1

2a o

2a1

3a 1

3a o

3a1

{a 1 , 2a 1 + a o , 3a 1 + 2a 0 + a1 , 3a o + 2a1 , 3a1} = {1

4 8 8 3}

a 1 = 1; 2 + a o = 4 a o = 2

3a1 = 3 a1 = 1

h [ n ] = {1 , 2,1}

46.

So comparing n = 0.46 and d = 0.63

Time for 2nd =

3

3

=

= 14.96 s

d 0.63

Settling time = t s =

4

4

=

= 8.69s

n 0.46

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G(s) =

s(s + 1)(s + 2) 10

To determine the value of when the polar plot intersects with the real axis is nothing but

the phase crossover frequency.

G(j )

=pc

= 180

90 tan 1 () tan 1 = 180

2

= 2 rad / sec

G(j )

=pc

= M = gain m arg in

=

10

+ 1 2 + 4

2

= 1.67

=pc

48.

After writing the characteristic equation Option (C) becomes s3 + 2s 2 + 2 = 0 , which missed

out s-term. So it is unstable.

49.

fi = f c +

kp d

(m(t))

2 dt

d

2 104

4

For max fi m(t) =

= 10

2

dt

109.55k = 105 +

kp

2

.104

kp = 6

50.

i = 4 105 + 5 4 2000(0)(4.2000t)

+ 7.5 4 1000 cos(4.1200t)

4(7.5 1200 + 5 2000)

Hence =

= 9.5

4 2000

51.

800t

40t

10cos 400t + 2 2cos

cos

2

2

So ma=0.4; Power saved in DSB-SC=Pc

Pc

2

2

% power saving =

=

=

= 92.5 %

2

2

m a 2 + ma 2 + (0.4) 2

Pc 1 +

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After low pass filter with f=2 KHz the peaks are at 1 KHz

Now after balanced modulator (4 + 1), (4 1) 5 KHz, 3 KHz

After low pass filter at 4 KHz the y(f) has spectral peak at 3 KHz

53.

A.dl =

A.ds

ax ay az

x A=

=0

x y z

x 2 y2 z 2

A.dl = 0

54.

k = 1 o

2a

3 108

= 6cm

4.95 109

a = 1.59 inches = 40.386mm = 4.04cm

o =

6

k = 1

= 0.6698

2 4.04

Z(TE) =

55.

377

377

=

= 562.94

k

0.6698

Bd cos +

Array factor = 2cos

2 3 3

. =

4

2

o

= 90

Bd =

3

o

2 cos 90

3

o

Thus array factor = 2cos

= 2 cos cos 45

2

4

d(AF)

=0

d

d(AF)

3

3

= 2sin cos 45o sin

d

4

4

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1

1

cos = , = cos 1

3

3

56.

= 28.77%

10 150 150 150 150 150 150 150

57.

58.

i.

, False

ii.

, True

iii.

, True

iv.

, False,

59.

Exulted- to express great pleasure or happiness, especially at someone else's defeat or failure

60.

Reluctant unwilling

61.

[ x ] =1,only if 1 x < 2

1 1

1 1

1 80

4 + 108 = 0, 4 + 108 = 0............................................, 4 + 108 = 0

1 81

1 188

4 + 108 =1,.............................................................., 4 + 108 =1

1

189

1

190

1

216

For 81,82,83,..........................,188, [ x ] =1

108 x1 =108

For189,190,..........................., 216, [ x ] = 2

28 x 2 = 56

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Let N =120120120120120120120120...............................................278times

We know that a number is divisible by 72 ( = 8 x 9 ) ,if it is divisible by8and 9

Clearly the last three digits of the given number is120,so it is divisible by 8

Sum of digits = (1 + 2 + 0 ) 278 = 834,soif we divide the number by9, then theremainder is 6

N = 8K = 9M + 6 8K = 9M + 6

The values that fits in for 8K = 9M +6 = 24 or 96

96

The required remainder = rem = 24

72

Alternate Solution:

120

48

72

120120

24

72

120120120

0

72

120120120120

48

72

Forms a cycle,

1 - 48

2 - 24

30

278th - 24

63.

A

B

C

D

E

F

Number of days

10 12 15 20 24 30

Units/day

12 10

8

-6

-5

-4

Any three alternate days, whatever way they be paired up, net work done would be the same

i.e.,30 15 = 15 units every 3 days.

Hence, (D)

64.

1 P(x) 50%

0

7

1

6

2

5

1 2

1 2

1 2

1 7 C0 + 7 C1 + 7 C 2 = 0.4293 < 50%

3 3

3 3

3 3

0

8

1

7

2

6

1 2

1 2

1 2

1 8 C0 + 8 C1 + 8C 2 = 0.5317 = 53.17%

3 3

3 3

3 3

65.

(B) and (C) qualifies, but (C) best sums up the passage as it is clearly stated in the passage

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