PART TEST-4 (PT-4) JEE ADVANCED

TARGET : JEE (ADVANCED)-2013
DATE : 09-05-2013

COURSE NAME : REVISION CLASSES

HINTS & SOLUTIONS
Linear momentum conservation  +
2 × 6 – 1 × 2 = (1 + 1 + 2)v
v = 2 m/s
W f = kf – ki

PART-I (Physics)
1.
Choose the most ................................
An s . (B)

=
2.
A ray of light ................................
Sol. (B)
Apply Snell's law on various surfaces one by one :

1
1 sin 90° = 1 sin r1  sin r1 =

1 cos r1 = 2 sin r2

2 cos r2 = 3 sin r3

3 cos r3 = 1 =

2

sin r2 =

sin r3 =

r1 = 45°

1
2

= –30 J
6.
A ball of mass ................................
Sol. ( A)
Let ‘u’ be the velocity of the ball
w.r.t. wedge when it reaches the floor.
Then, the x-component of velocity of the ball

 2 1  sin2 r2
3

 22  1
w.r.t. ground will be

3

sin2 r3 + cos 2 r3 = 1

 22

1
1
+
= 1  22 = 3  2 =
3
3

1
1
1
× 4 × 22 –
× 1 × 22 –
× 2 × 62
2
2
2

3.
The circular ................................
Sol. (B)


u 
 v 
 towards right.
2

By momentum conservation :

3

0 = m(v) + m  v

u 

2

 u=2 2v

Therefore, the y-component of velocity of the ball after the
elastic collision with the floor will be u cos 45° =

u
2

= 2v

(upward)
 Maximum height =

4.
A ball B of mass ................................
Sol. (D)
mv1 = 2mv2
v2 =


7.
Two blocks of ................................
Sol. (B)
Work done by spring on the block of mass m1 = W 1 = change in
kinetic energy

v1
2
t=

=

x
2d  x
=
v1 / 2
v1

2x = 2d + x
x = 2d
Final distance = d + x = 3d.

5.
A long plank ................................
Sol. (D)

( 2v )2 2v 2

2g
g

1
1
1
m v 2–
m (0)2 =
m v2
2 1 1 2 1
2 1 1

Similarly W 2 =

1
mv2
2 2 2

1
m1v 12
W1
2
W2 = 1
m2v 22
2
from conservation of momentum
m1v1 = m v
2 2

W1
v1
m2
=
=
W2
v2
m1 .

8.
Three small ................................
Sol. (A)

RESONANCE

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...1) ˆi +  fw = 200 cm So that final image will be formed 200 cm in right of lens....... 9...... 180 13.......... Sol............ 8 2 4  RESONANCE v  is the velocity of the block after N balls are collected in the basket... 15......... The collision between mass 2 and 3 is perfectly inelastic.  O = (100 + 200) cm = 300 cm 1 ˆ (80) (0...... v =10/3 m/s v  is never exactly equal to 5 m/s..5 – 1)   60  30   f 10..... r = a sin 60° = a 3 2 11... (a) and (b)  12............. (AB)  m | P | = 5 2 kg sec .. (AC) f = 120 cm y–coordinate of focus = –f  P  Jx ˆi  Jy ˆj  Jz kˆ = 3 3    sin 1     sin 1  4 2 4 2 Ans....... (a) and (b)  1   1 1   = (1..... (B) Force on table due to collision of balls : F dynamic = dp = 2 × 20 × 20 × 10–3 × 5 × 0. Sol.............  1 1  1   = (rel – 1)  f  R1 R 2  G fW  4faG 1 f w0  = 4 × 50 cm = 200 cm Also k= 1 25 5N 5 = 5 N 5 1 N v  =2. Sol.... Hence 2 and 3 also come to rest after the collision...1) j + (–50) × (0...... (D) Change in momentum = Impulse = 30(0.....5 m/s........... Sol.. (AB) If  < 90° mu2 r Nsin 60° = B= N cos60° = mg If their is no TIR.... A particle is . Consider an optical ................ For N=10. A particle moving . Two parallel ........ A gun which ... The figure shows .... 3 3    sin 1     sin 1  4 2 4 2 Ans..............After the collision between 1 and 2............... (ABC) Total momentum of N balls=N m v=N (1x5)=5N  Momentum of the block along with N balls=5N 3 4 or Similarly if  > 90° then  < so (M+Nm) v  =5N where  3 3     sin 1     sin 1  4 2 4 2 For calculating focal length of lens in air v = For N=5....2 ..1) kˆ 2 3ˆi  4ˆj  5kˆ = –120 ×  × 6º = –4 cm..... Sol.. 3   sin 1 2 4 3  1 =   1 (k) 50 2  3ag 2 flow  ( rel  1) 2 R SOL090513 ...... 90 –  < sin–1 >  2 sin–1 From the aboNNnve two equations vvwe gennt u = 3   4 14....... Choose the ........ Sol.. Sol.2 × 10) = 1 N 4 (d) O = (100 + 200) cm = 300 cm but this distance is valid only when  is between min to max..5 = 2 N dt Net force on one leg = 1 (2 + 0.......... (ACD)  1 1 1 1 1     ( rel  1)  ( rel  1)   f R f R R Up 2   1 1 3 3  k  1 (k) = =  ..... mass 1 stops and mass 2 proceeds to right with speed v0 to collide with mass 3...

. and hence perpendicular to the weight...... the shell strikes the ball at highest point of its trajectory. Sol.........18) Initial velocity of com u = 20 m  0 m  m = 10 m/s  acceleration of com = g = 10 m/s2  initial height = 10 m S = ut + and t = 2r=h  u2 2g and H2 = l2 .. =    2 2  19.(ii) From  and  v1 = 5 15 m/s ..... t  5 15   × 5 = 25 m......... Let v be the velocity of trolley at this instant... (C) geff H 17.. Image by upper part will be at larger distance.............. (2) = 10 + 5 = 15 m 2  20 – a 2 From these two conditions H = 1 2 at 2 Hmax..... Sol............r2 = 10 2 m x = 10. = 2 flower vertical axis........ (5) First we will derive a result for conical pendulum in stationary 0........ there will be a pseudo force acting on the particle opposite to the acceleration of the car. In the figure s.. A car is accelerating . An s . Since a = g.e.... (5) H= car..... Sol. flower 1  fupper 2 g eff = a 2  g 2 = g 2 ..............  20... with respect to an inside observer.(i) 18........ A small block a ...... v= T cos = mg T sin = m2r = m2  sin From the above two equations we get  g =  cos  g H u cos 60 º 2 (from conservation of linear momen- tum) = 20 = 5 m/s 22 At highest point combined mass is at rest relative to the trolley.... (i)  v = u2 sin2  2g (20 )2  = 2  10 3 4 = 15 m i.... If collision between ..... An s ................ From conservation of linear momentum we have. inclined at an angle of 450 with the  fupp. (5) 10m/s A B A m × 10 = mv1 + mv2  10 = v1 + v2 and v1 B v2 ...See fig Rg cos  = Now. = 10 + From the fig.. So now 16.... g mg cos = mv 2 R .......(i) 1 × 10 = v2 – v1 2 . the effective gravity will be RESONANCE SOL090513 .... Sol........ Now in accelerating car ............................ Velocity of (ball + shell) just after collision.. (B) Sol.. 2  20 = 4 – 2 = 2sec...(ii) Mechanical energy conservation : 1 2 mv = mg R(1 – cos) 2 ...3 ...... A shell of mass .6  10  2 = 2 m/s 3 21..... (17................ v2 = m/s 2 2 (i) & (ii)  cos = 2 3 Distance between the two blocks S = (– v1 + v2) . If collision is .

. 32.. (A) displaces over other layer easily due to vandar waal forces...... A substance X when heated ..... we have (D) 1 4 1  2   (3)2 = 2 × 10(1 – cos) × 2 × (5)2 – 2 3   2 solving we get cos =   = 60º 1 2 28.......... ...... (C) With application of external forces on the graphite one layer PART-II (Chemistry) 22... 29... (A)  Z 31....... (AC) 33. Sol....4 ......... Sol. A black compound of manganese .... Y Sol.. Ans..... Which of the following reason . (BCD) Sol..... A substance ‘A’ has green hydroxide ........................ Ans..5H2O (Blue) SOL090513 ...... (B) X : Fe[Fe(CN)6] Y or Z : Fe4[Fe(CN)6]3...... Sol.... Which is correct .. (D) H O Solution   120 Ans... Which of the following products ............. (B) 24.......... 3CuSO4 + 2PH3  Cu3P2 + 3H2SO4 25... When Na2HPO4 + NH4OH . Which of the following statements ............ Which of following mixture .... (B)  Mg 2P2O 7 + NH3+ H2O  Mg(NH4 )PO 4  White ppt 2– (C) SO3 contains one lone pair of electrons on sulphur atom.......... Sol.. (C) Ans... The correct order of increasing.. RESONANCE White NH3 + H2PtCl6 (NH4)2 PtCl6 (yellow) CuSO4(s) + H2O CuSO4. Hint : (A) (A) (D) H2S + SO2 S + H2O Whrte turbidity 34.. (C) Ans. (A) 26............. Fe3+ + [Fe(CN)6]3– X 2 2  23..... (A) H2S gives purple or violet colouration with Na2[Fe(CN)5(NO)+] in basic medium only (B) H2S + Cd2+ CdS (Yellow) sp2 3 2 XeF4 – sp d Br3– – sp3d NCl3 – sp3 CCl2 (C) H2S + + Fe3+  – sp 27..... Sol... (A) CH2 – Sol..... Addition of excess potassium cyanide .... Sol..... Salt (x) + dilute HCl Y (gas) .......... Sol. (CD) Sol.. 30....2×5= 4  2   v 3   or v = 3 m/s From conservation of energy......

.. Sol. 3x12 – 2y12  4 x1 – 6y1 1 + 42 – 4 + 4 + 252 4  = 25 2  2  5  10 = 5 92 – 6 – 5 + 10 = 25 4 =±2 the centre are (– 3..... Sol. Sol.(1) a2 – b2 = r2 ..... H2S2O4(one S–S bond). (C) H3BO3 is formed which with HF gives HBF4. Which of the following statement . Na2CO3 or NaHCO3 produce CO2 gas NaNO2 + dilute H2SO4 NO2  (Reddish brown gas) CO2 cannot decolourise KMnO4/H2SO4. (C) Equation of director circles of ellipse and hyperbola are respectively... Ans. 42. 40. Sol.. (C) Any circle which touches the line 4x + 3y = 10 at (1..... – 1). 8). PART-III (Mathematics) 43.....   46... Amongst the following .35........ (ABC) 37. Which of the following statements .. If the tangent. 16 4 4 2 The focus of the parabola x2 = 8(y – 6)... If radii of director...... 4 45... Ca2B6O11 + Na2CO3  [X] + CaCO3 + NaBO2 ........ soluble appreciably in boiling concentrated H2SO4. (D) S + O2 This must be the slope of the line joining centre (0...is (0...The tangent at  is cos  + sin  = 1.. No of compounds producing ....... (D) Soluble in sodium hydroxide not in NH3.. (A) two boron atoms are sp2 while other two boron atoms are sp3 hybridised......... 2) is (x – 1)2 + (y – 2)2 + (4x + 3y – 10) = 0 i...e....... Zn2+ + 4 NH3  [Zn(NH3)4]2+ Zn + OH Al(OH)3  dissolves only in NaOH but not in aqueous ammonia. Sol... (BCD) Compound [X] is Na2B4O7. How many of the following compounds .. 2t)  t=2 44. 4 Sol. The locus of. (A) Ag2CrO4  (yellow) + NH3  [Ag(NH3)2]+ + CrO42– (B) Cu(OH)2  (blue) + 8NH3  2[Cu(NH3)4]2+ + SO42– + 2OH– = The slope of this chord = – (C) PbSO3  (white) + 4OH–  [Pb(OH)4]2– + SO32– Soluble in sodium hydroxide not in NH3.. The points... NO2 decolourise KMnO4/H2SO4.... 3xx1 – 2yy1 + 2(x + x1) – 3(y + y1) Sol. AlCl3. 36.. Ans. 2   and 2   1  2 2   2  3   Sol... (A) Let (x1.. soda alum... (A) x2 y2 x y  = 1.(2) SOL090513 ...... y1) be the middle of a chord of the hyperbola 3x2 – 2y2 + 4x – 6y = 0  its equation is T = S1 i... ZnSO3.. Number of compounds . (C) ZnS (A) + H2SO4  H2S (B) + ZnSO4 (C) 2+ –   [Zn(OH)4]2– ...... 2 4 3SO2 + K2Cr2O7 + H2SO4 + 2+ 4– 39.   SO2  K2SO4 + Cr2(SO4)3 + H2O 2K + 3Zn + 2[Fe(CN)6]  K2Zn3 [Fe(CN)6]2 0+ 8 1 sin  = 1  sin= ..... y1) is 3x – 4y = 4... Two circles each..... 2  3x1 =2 – (3  2 y 1 ) ( It is parallel to y = 2x) 2 + 3x1 = 6 + 4y1 locus of (x1. 3 Sol........... (C) Slope of normal at P is –t. (5. Sol. 3  RESONANCE 3   1  2. N2O3.. x2 + y2 + (4 – 2)x + (3 – 4)y + 5 – 10 = 0 its centre is radius = 41. N2O4 all have one N–N bond each ... The metal cation of the white ..........e.. (B) product is sodium peroxoborate which is used as brightner in soaps. (E) Ni(OH)2  (green) + 6NH3  [Ni(NH3)6]2+ (deep blue colouration) + 2OH– (F) Zn3(PO4)2  (white) + 12NH3  3[Zn(NH3)4]2+ + 2PO43– (G) Insoluble in NH3.. Ans..... Ans.. Sol.....  Sol. x2 + y 2 = a 2 + b 2 and x2 + y2 = a2 – b2 a2 + b2 = 4r2 ......5 .... Sol. 12) to the point (t2. 38.. (D) Green bead in oxidising as well as in reducing flame in cold. 5) 47...

. then y1 = a(t1 + t3) ... A conic passes.So 2a2 = 5r2 a2 = b2 = 4r2 – b2 = Here a2 = 9... y2 = a(t2 + t4)  y1  y 2 =0 2 54.... –5) lies on the equation of 10 × 2 +14 × (–5) + c + d = 0 20 – 70 + c + d = 0 c + d = 50 x2 + y2 = 2c2  x2 + y2 = 16 49..4 .. Tangents are drawn....  is  3 b2  e e2 = 1 –  e e2 = 1 – a2 3 2 2 3r 2 × =1– = 2 5 5 2 5r 2x y + =1 9 3 b2 2  eh = 1 +  3 8 eh = 1 + = 5 5 So 4eh2 – ee2 = 4 × a2 2 8 2 30 – = =6 5 5 5 48.... Sol... y intercept = 3 2 9 1 ×3× = 27 sq...... b2 = a2(1 – e2) 5r 2 2  5r 2 2 e2 = 4 9  Equation of tangent at 3r 2 2 e= 2 3  5  2.. D)...... If the circle.. 4) Now focus of the parabola S(4.... t1 t2 = –1  A(1. (B) Angle 2 between the pair of tangents is  2RL  – R2 2 = tan–1  L2   . (B)  AB is a focal chord.C) and (B.1 (t1 t3 + 4)  0 as t2  R  (t1 – t3)2  16  t2 + t4 = (t1 + t3) and t2 t4 = t1t3 + 4 (because t1 and t4) are the roots of the equation (i)) Also let y1 and y2 are y-coordinates of intersection points of the tangents at (A. Area of the quadrilateral. L = length of tangent  R = radius of circle  2 . units 2 2 51.. The chord AC.. – 16) be. Sol. (A) S1 = x2 + y2 + 6x + 24y + c = 0 S2 = x2 + y2 – 4x + 10y – d = 0 S1 – S2 = 0 10x + 14y + c + d = 0 . y = 4  equation is xy = 8 equation of auxiliary circle is x intercept = Area = 4 × 9 ... Sol..... 0) will be the centre of the circle Through the points A.6 .(1)  (t1 + t3)2 – 4.. 6    – 16  = tan–1  36  12    5  = tan–1  50.. Sol..(iii) point (2..... (A) 2x = x –  y y  =–x m m dy dx y + x = 0  nxy = c  xy = c (rectangular hyperbola) x = 2. Sol... Sol. Let B(16..... T and N is (x – 4)2 + (y – 0)2 = 52 Now reflection of this circle about the line y = x is (x – 0)2 + (y – 4)2 = 52 x2 + y2 – 8y + 16 = 25  x2 + y2 – 8y – 9 = 0 52. (B) RESONANCE 53.. (ABCD) SOL090513 ..... For the hyperbola. b2 = 5.. Sol..... (BCD) We have (t2 + t3)(t2 + t1) = – 4  t22 + (t1 + t3) t2 + t1t3 + 4 = 0 ..

m) be a point on y = mx = 16  64 radius of circumcircle = 4  2x1 3 – 4 x1 = 3 2 and m = =–3 A  (–3.. e = sec 16  9 25 2 = 9 5  e= 16 4 Latus rectum = 2b 2 2  9 9 = = a 4 2 Asymptotes are y = ±  tan     = tan    2  =  + n (n  )... Let A be image of H in PQ x–3 y–4 3– 47  = =–2  1 –1 2   3 3 3 x. m1 = .. Sol.. (6) Let P  (2t2. Sol..... Sol. (ACD) Image of orthocentre lies on circumcircle. Focus of the. (6) The area of the triangle formed by 3 points on a parabola is twice the area of the triangle formed by the tangents at these points. directrix is x + 2y + 5 = 0 and eccentricity e = 60. y = 6 + 4 = 10 m1 – m 2 (3 / 4 )  ( 3 / 4 ) ( 6 / 4) 24 1  m1m 2 = 1 – ( 9 / 16 ) = ( 7 / 16 ) = 7 tan =  24    7    = tan–1  55. Eccentricity of... 10) 4  2y1 3m  – 4 y1 = 3 2 = 80 58.. 61...... (AC) We have Slope of AB = Slope of tangent at C   b(sin   sin  ) a(cos   cos  ) = b cos  a sin    cos   2   cos       = sin  sin   2  RESONANCE Focus S(1...... m2 = – 4 4 4 x = 3 – 6.. Sol..... Let A() and B().. 4) and.. If H  (3. 8).... y1) lies on the curve x2 = 4y 2 ( x – 1)  ( y – 1 ( x  2y  5)2 9 5 2) 2 = 2 1 ( x  2 y  5) 5 3  PS = e PM 2  3m  – 4   3 – 4    =4    2    2   92 + 16 – 24 = 8(3m – 4)  92 – 24(1 + m) + 48 = 0  32 – 8(1 + m) + 16 = 0  two distinct chords are obtained  D > 0  (1 + m)2 – 3 > 0  1 + m >  m > 3 3 or 1 + m < – 3 3 –1 – 1 or m < – 56.7 .. Sol.. – 4)  a–b=6 62.... Sol.. If two chords drawn. 4).. (D) Given equation can be written as 45x2 + 45y2 – 90x – 180y + 225 = x2 + 4y2 + 25 + 4xy + 20y + 10x  45[x2 + y2 – 2x – 4y + 5] = (x + 2y + 5)2  (x – 1)2 + (y – 2)2 =  as (x1.... The inscribed circle.. 4t) be any point on the y2 = 8x Normal at p on y2 = 8x is y + tx = 4t + 2t3 For minimum distance normal must pass through the centre of circle – 6 + 0 = 4t + 2t3  t3 + 2t + 3 = 0 only real root t = – 1 point is (2.. 2)... (1 unit) SOL090513 . The coordinates of....a 2b 2 p1p2 = 2 a b e2 = 1 + 16  9 144 = . Sol 1 3 Let A(4. (BD) Let T(. B(1.. 2 57. Sol.. 4 8 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 = × 12 = 6 square so required area = 2 2 2 1 –4 1 units.... (A) 59...

B(t2). Sol...8 . then  OA2 + OB2 + OC2 + OD2 = 4r2...  OA2 + OB2 + OC2 + OD2 = 4 × 16 = 64 RESONANCE SOL090513 . C(t3) and D(t4)...  (x + 2)2 + (x + 3)2 = 52 2x2 + 10 x + 4 + 9 = 25 2x2 + 10x – 12 = 0 x2 + 5x – 6 = 0 (x + 6) (x – 8) = 0 x = –6 or 1 x=1 63. where r is the radius of the circle and O be the origin.. If the circle x2 + y2 = 16. (64) If a circle cuts the hyperbola xy = c2 at four points A(t1).