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Test - 5 (Paper-I) (Answers & Hints)

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TEST - 5 (Paper-I)
ANSWERS
PHYSICS

CHEMISTRY

MATHEMATICS

1.

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31.

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61.

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2.

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32.

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62.

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3.

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33.

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63.

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4.

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34.

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64.

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5.

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35.

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65.

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6.

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36.

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66.

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7.

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37.

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67.

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8.

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38.

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68.

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9.

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39.

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69.

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10.

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40.

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70.

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11.

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41.

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71.

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12.

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42.

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72.

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13.

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43.

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73.

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14.

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44.

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74.

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45.

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75.

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16.

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46.

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76.

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47.

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77.

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48.

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78.

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81.

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Test - 5 (Paper-I) (Answers & Hints)

PART - A (PHYSICS)
1.

Answer (4)

Wb Wx U

kq ka '

0
b
a

1
1
1
1
1
V . 0SV Wx V 0SV
x
x
x
x
2
2
2
1
1

a
a' q
b

1 1
1
Wx 0 SV 2
2
x2 x1

2.

Answer (3)

3.

Answer (1)

4.

Answer (1)

5.

Answer (2)

15. Answer (1)

6.

Answer (2)

16. Answer (2)

7.

Answer (3)

17. Answer (1)

8.

Answer (3)

18. Answer (2)

9.

Answer (4)

19. Answer (2)

1
1
1
0SV 2
2
x
x
1
2

10. Answer (2)

X
l

R 100 l

Radius of the new sphere


3

4 3
4 10 3
r 8

, r 1mm
3
3 2

Total charge = 8 5 109

dX
100
dl
X
l (100 l )

For minimum error l(100 l) is maximum


l = 50 cm

= 40 109 C

20. Answer (3)

Capacitance = C = 40r
U

Q2
7.2 mJ
2C

11. Answer (1)

Potential at A =

9 109 109 9 109 109

0.5
0.2

= 27 V

A
R sin
AC

Potential at A = Potential at P
1
2 1 2q

2
4

12. Answer (2)


P=

13. Answer (2)


14. Answer (1)

4R
q

Ui = 0

x1

x2

0S
x1

0 S
x2

0SV
x1

0 SV
x2

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Uf

4R
qE

4R
qE

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21. Answer (4)

25. Answer (2)

22. Answer (3)

R1

R2

Rnet across C = 1

= RC
23. Answer (3)
Ey Ey Ez

y
y
z
0
4x 2 0
6

2a
3a
2

L
2
3a
a
R1
2 2

L
R2

2
3a

2a
2

6 0

V1
2
V2

24. Answer (2)

E1

E2
V2 1

V1 2

E
Ohm's law J

E1 J

12 3

V1 2

E2 3J

V1 = 8 V

net 2S

26. Answer (1)

2i

net

27. Answer (1)

qen
0

28. Answer (1)


29. Answer (3)

qen 2i 0

30. Answer (1)

PART - B (CHEMISTRY)
31. Answer (2)

37. Answer (4)

ZnO is hot becomes yellow but in cold it is white.


32. Answer (4)

All are ambidentate ligands.


38. Answer (4)

MSO3
SO2

39. Answer (1)

K2Cr2O7 + H2SO4 + SO2 Cr2(SO4)3


Green

EAN = 28 2 + (2 4) = 34
40. Answer (4)
41. Answer (2)

33. Answer (2)


34. Answer (2)

SCN is a weak ligand

35. Answer (1)

Co+2

Ca+2 and Sr+2 same group cations.


36. Answer (3)
Cu2 [Fe(CN)6 ]4 Cu2 [Fe(CN)6 ]
redbrown

No. of unpaired electrons is 3.


So, 3(3 2) BM
42. Answer (3)
In [NiCl4]2, Ni has sp3 hybridisation.

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43. Answer (2)

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47. Answer (4)
Mn+2 has 5 unpaired electrons.

Cr+3

The hybridisation of the complex is d2sp3

48. Answer (3)


49. Answer (3)

44. Answer (1)

50. Answer (3)


51. Answer (4)

Cl

52. Answer (3)

Cl

53. Answer (2)

en

Co+3

54. Answer (1)


55. Answer (4)

en

56. Answer (3)


57. Answer (1)
58. Answer (1)

No plane of symmetry.
45. Answer (4)

59. Answer (2)

46. Answer (2)

60. Answer (1)

PART - C (MATHEMATICS)
65. Answer (3)

61. Answer (1)


Number of subsets =

10C
2

10C
3

10 9 10 9 8

=
2
6

= 165
62. Answer (4)
It is very clear that 6 n(A B) 10.
Hence, if n((A B) C) is maximum
than C (A B).
63. Answer (3)

f(x) = 3x 2 + 2x + 2k 0
4 4 3 2k 0
1
6
Least integral value of k = 1

66. Answer (2)


log{2x}[x] 0
0 < [x] {2x}0
[x] = 1
2x integer

or 6 = 1 1 6

By (i), (ii),

For maximum value of


n(A B B A), n(A) = 2, n(B) = 3
and A B

n(A B) = 2

Maximum value of n(A B) = 2


n(A B B A) = 4
64. Answer (4)
x(x 2y) + |y|2 0
(x

x = y, clearly relation is equivalence.

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x [1, 2) ...(i)

Also, {2x} > 0, {2x} 1

As 6 = 1 2 3

y)2

0 < [x] 1

...(ii)

3
Domain = (1, 2)
2
67. Answer (1)
The given function can be written as
f (x)

(|x| 1)( x 3) x 3

, |x| 1 x 1, 1
(|x| 1)( x 4) x 4

x 3
x4
xy 4y = x 3

Let y

x(y 1) = 4y 3

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72. Answer (1)

4y 3
x
y 1
y 1

Also, if x = 1, then y

If x = 1, then y

x
, where [ ] greatest
The given limit is lim
x 0
tan x
integer function, but if x 0+ then x < tanx. Hence
the value of limit = 0

1 3 2 2

1 4 3 3

73. Answer (4)

1 3 4

1 4 5

2 4
Hence, A 1, ,
3
5

sin4 4 x. 1 cos2 4 x

lim

x 0

| sin 4 x | . 4 1 cos2 4 x
x 0
x

lim

2 4 37
Sum 1
3 5 15

68. Answer (4)

| sin 4( h ) | . 4 1 cos2 4 x
h 0
h

LHL = lim

Clearly, g(x) is the inverse of f(x). The domain of g(x)


is the range of f(x). As f(x) is increasing function

4. 4 2

a = f(1) = 3

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and b = f(2) = 23 + 2 + 1 = 11

| sin 4h | 4 1 cos2 4h
h 0
h

a + b = 3 + 11 = 14

RHL = lim

69. Answer (2)


x 2 6x + 8 = 0

=
x = 2, x = 4

Hence, f(x) is symmetrical about the lies x = 2 and


x = 4.
The period of f(x) = 2(4 2) = 2 2 = 4

4. 4 2 29 / 4

74. Answer (2)


If { } represents fractional function, then f(x) can be
written as f(x) = min.{{2x}, {2x}}.

4
Hence, the period of f(2x) =
= 2.
2

70. Answer (1)

Because if g(x + y) = g(x) + g(y)

C
E
X
A
1
1
3
1
4
2
4
The graphs of y = {2x} represented by AB, CD.

g(0) = g(x) + g(x)

The graphs of y = {2x} represented by BC, DE.

Clearly, statement S1, S2 and S3 are true but S4 is


incorrect.

[Replacing y by x]

Also, g(0) = g(0) + g(0)

Clearly f(x) is not differentiable at x

g(0) = 0
Hence, g(x) + g(x) = 0

g(x) is odd

1 1 3 3

4 2 4 2

Sum =

Similarly, h(x) is odd.


Hence, in this case, f(x) will be an odd function.

1 1 3
, ,
4 2 4

75. Answer (2)

k lim cot x(2 tan x {2 tan x}), where { }

71. Answer (2)

The given limit is

represents fractional functional


lim

( x 4 1) x 6 x 3 1
( x 4 1)( x 3 1)

= lim

= 1

|x 3 | x 6 x 3 1
x3 1

k lim 2 cot x {2 tan x } 2 0 2


x

Hence, [0, 1

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81. Answer (3)

76. Answer (1)


For g(x) R, {[g(x)]} = [{g(x)}] = 0, then f(x) = 0,
which is continuous and differentiable everywhere.
77. Answer (4)
The given function can be written as
f(x) = (x 2 6x + 5) |x 1| |x 5|
= (x 2 6x + 5) |x 2 6x + 5|
Hence, f(x) is continuous everywhere.
78. Answer (3)

d 10 y
dx 10

(1) Number of functions from A to B = 9.


(2) Number of surjective function from B to C is 0.
(3) Number of surjective functions from C to B
= 34 3C1(3 1)4 + 3C2(3 2)4 = 36.
(4) Number of one-one function = 3P2 = 6
82. Answer (4)
If {a + 2} > [a + 2] [a + 2] = 1, 2, ....
but [a + 2] > {b + 2} [a + 2] = 1, 2, 3, ....
Hence no value of a and b exists. Hence R is null
relation.

Clearly, y = sin 8x

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= 810 sin 8 x 10
2

83. Answer (2)


Using AM GM for x 2

= 810 sin 8k
k = 810

k + 810 = 0

x2

1 1
1/3

x x x2 1 1

3
x x

x2

2
3
x

79. Answer (3)


The equation can be written as

|f() f()| | |5

x 2 is minimum at x = 1.
x

| f ( ) f ()|
| |4
| |

Also, y

lim

f ( ) f ( )
lim | |4

f() = 0 f(x) = 0

y max

1
( x 1)2 1

1
1 also at x = 1
0 1

84. Answer (3)

Hence, it is even function.

f(g(x)) = g(f(x)) = x

80. Answer (2)

f(g(x)) g(x)= g(f(x)) f(x) = 1

log2x = 2 + [log2x]2
As [log2x]2 is an integer, hence log2x is also an
integer by the given equation.
[log2x] = log2x
Hence, the given equation can be written as
(log2x 2)(log2x + 1) = 0
log2x = 2

1 9

2 2

0 = x + sin x
g(0) = 0

1
f (0)
Again, f(x) = x + sin x

g (0)

x = 22 = 4

And log2 x 1 x 21

1
1
g (0)
f (g ( x ))
f (g (0))
But g(0) is the value of x at which f(x) = 0
g ( x )

x=0

(log2x)2 log2x 2 = 0

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1
x2 2x 2

Hence, the minimum value of f(x) = 3 1 = 2.

Hence, f(x) is constant.

Sum 4

2
,
x

1
2

f(x) = 1 + cos x
f(0) = 2
g(0)

1
2

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85. Answer (1)

Hence statement-1 and statement-2 both are true


but statement-2 does not explain statement-1.

Differentiating the equation with respect to x,

88. Answer (4)

1
2f ( x ) 2 f 5
x x
3

2 x 3 3 2 x 6
Statement-1: lim
x4

At x = 1,

= 1 + 6 = 5

2f(1) + 3f(1) = 5

Hence statement-1 is false.

f(1) = 1

x 2 1 cos4 x
x 0
sin x

86. Answer (2)

Statement-2: lim

Statement 1 : Number of reflexive relation = 242 = 4.


Statement 2 : If x , then [x] = k.

2
= lim x sin x 1 cos x 0
x 0

log x
0
lim
k x

Hence statement-2 is true.


89. Answer (3)

Also

sin x
lim
0,
x x

Satement-1: at x = 1, f(x) = (x 4)
f x 1

Hence, Statement-1 and Statement-2 both are true,


but Statement-2 is not the correct explanation of
Statement-1.

Hence statement-1 is true.


Statement-2

87. Answer (2)

f(x) is countinuous at x = 4

Statement 1: The given limit can be written as


sin cos2 x
lim

x 0
sin2 x

Hence statement-2 is false


(Using L-H rule)

90. Answer (3)

Statement 2: The limit can be written as

x 4 x2 1
lim
Statement-1: lim 4
x 2 x x 3 1
x

1 tan x x
lim

x 0 1 tan x
1 tan x 1
lim
1
x

e x 0 1 tan x

1
1
4
2
x
x 1
1 1
2
2 4
x x

Hence statement-1 is true.


e2

Statement-2 is clearly false as k = e12.

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