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CLASSROOM CONTACT PROGRAMME


(ACADEMIC SESSION 2014-2015)

NUTURE COURSE

TARGET : JEE (Main) 2016


ALL INDIA OPEN TEST # 01
DATE : 25 - 01 - 2015
Test Type : Major
Test Pattern : JEE (Main)
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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
Do not open this Test Booklet until you are asked to do so.

bl ijh{kk iq fLrdk dks rc rd u [kksysa tc rd dgk u tk,A


ijh{kk iqfLrdk ds bl i`"B ij vko';d fooj.k uhys@dkys ckWy ikbaV isu
ls rRdky HkjsaA isfUly dk iz;ksx fcYdqy oftZr gSaA
ijh{kkFkhZ viuk QkeZ ua- (fu/kkZfjr txg ds vfrfj) ijh{kk iqfLrdk @ mkj
i= ij dgha vkSj u fy[ksaA
ijh{kk dh vof/k 3 ?ka V s gSA
bl ijh{kk iqfLrdk esa 90 iz'u gaSA vf/kdre vad 360 gSaA

1.

Immediately fill in the form number on this page of the Test Booklet
with Blue/Black Ball Point Pen. Use of pencil is strictly prohibited.

1.

2.

The candidates should not write their Form Number anywhere else
(except in the specified space) on the Test Booklet/Answer Sheet.

2.

3.

The test is of 3 hours duration.

3.

4.

The Test Booklet consists of 90 questions. The maximum marks are


360.

4.

5.

There are three parts in the question paper A,B,C consisting of


Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics having 30 questions in each
part of equal weightage. Each question is allotted 4 (four) marks for
correct response.

5.

bl ijh{kk iqfLrdk es a rhu Hkkx A, B, C gSa] ftlds izR;sd Hkkx esa


HkkSfrd foKku] jlk;u foKku ,oa xf.kr ds 30 iz'u gaS vkSj lHkh iz'uksa ds vad
leku gASa izR;sd iz'u ds lgh mkj ds fy, 4 (pkj)vad fukkZfjr fd;s x;s gAaS

6.

One Fourth mark will be deducted for indicated incorrect response


of each question. No deduction from the total score will be made
if no response is indicated for an item in the Answer Sheet.

6.

izR;sd xyr mkj ds fy, ml iz'u ds dqy vad dk ,d pkSF kkbZ vad dkVk
tk;sxkA mkj iqfLrdk esa dksbZ Hkh mkj ugha Hkjus ij dqy izkIrkad esa ls
.kkRed vadu ugha gksxkA

7.

Use Blue/Black Ball Point Pen only for writting particulars/marking


responses on Side1 and Side2 of the Answer Sheet.
Use of pencil is strictly prohibited.

7.

8.

No candidate is allowed to carry any textual material, printed or written,

8.

mkj i= ds i` " B&1 ,oa i` " B&2 ij okafNr fooj.k ,oa mkj vafdr djus gsrq
dsoy uhys@ dkys ckWy ikba V isu dk gh iz;ksx djsaA
isf Uly dk iz ;ksx loZ Fkk oftZr gSA
ijh{kkFkhZ }kjk ijh{kk d{k @ gkWy esa ifjp; i= ds vykok fdlh Hkh
izdkj dh ikB~; lkexzh eqfr ;k gLrfyf[kr dkxt dh ifpZ;ks]a
eksckby Qksu ;k fdlh Hkh izdkj ds bysDVkfud midj.kksa ;k fdlh vU;
izdkj dh lkexzh dks ys tkus ;k mi;ksx djus dh vuqefr ugha gSaA

9.

jQ dk;Z ijh{kk iqfLrdk esa dsoy fu/kkZfjr txg ij gh dhft;sA

10. On completion of the test, the candidate must hand over the Answer
Sheet to the invigilator on duty in the Room/Hall. However, the
candidate are allowed to take away this Test Booklet with them.

10.

11. Do not fold or make any stray marks on the Answer Sheet.

11.

ijh{kk lekIr gksus ij] ijh{kkFkhZ d{k@gkWy NksM+us ls iwoZ mkj i= d{k fujh{kd
dks vo'; lkiSa nsAa ijh{kkFkhZ vius lkFk bl ijh{kk iq fLrdk dks ys tk
ldrs gaS A
mkj i= dks u eksMa+s ,oa u gh ml ij vU; fu'kku yxk,saA

bits of papers, mobile phone any electronic device etc, except the
Identity Card inside the examination hall/room.
9.

Rough work is to be done on the space provided for this purpose in


the Test Booklet only.

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PART A - PHYSICS
1.

A uniform wire of length L and mass M is 1.


stretched between two fixed points, keeping a
tension F. A sound of frequency m is impressed
on it. Then the maximum vibrational energy is
existing in the wire when m =
(1)

1 ML
2 F

(3) 2
2.

FM
L

(2)

FL
M

(4)

1 F
2 ML

yEckbZ L rFkk O;eku M okys ,d le:i rkj dks nks


fLFkj fcUnqvksa ds e/; F ruko ds v/khu rfur fd;k
tkrk gSA vko`fk m okyh ,d /ofu bl rkj ls gksdj
izokfgr dh tkrh gSA rkj esa vf/kdre dEiUu tkZ
fo|eku gksxh tc m =
(1)

Your friend driving his car overtakes your car 2.


on the highway. Which of the following
statement must be true at the instant he is passing
you? Assume the cars as point particles.
(1) Your speed and his speed are the same.
(2) Your acceleration and his acceleration are
the same.
(3) Your position on the highway is the same as
his position on the highway.
(4) He also observes that you overtake his
car.

1 ML
2 F

(3) 2

FM
L

(2)

FL
M

(4)

1 F
2 ML

vkidk fe= jktekxZ ij viuh dkj pykrs gq , vkidh


dkj dks ihNs NksM+ nsrk gAS tc og vkids ikl ls xqtj
jgk gksrk gS rks ml {k.k ij fuEu esa ls dkuS lk dFku
fuf'pr :i ls lR; gksxk\ nksuksa gh dkjksa dks fcUnqor~
d.k eku ysaA
(1) vkidh rFkk mldh pky leku gSA
(2) vkidk rFkk mldk Roj.k leku gSA
(3) jktekxZ ij vkidh fLFkfr rFkk mldh fLFkfr leku
gSA
(4) og Hkh ;g izsf{kr djrk gS fd vki mldh dkj dks
ihNs NksM+ jgs gaS A

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3.

4.

Consider a circle of radius 42 cm. An insect 3.


crawls with uniform speed of 1.3 cm/s along
the chord AB then along the circular arc BCD
to reach point D and then following cord DA to
reach finally A. Time spend by the insect to
crawl from A to A is closest to

(1) 200 s
(2) 196 s
(3) 256 s
(4) 100 s
In the given figure linear acceleration of solid
cylinder of mass m2 is a2. Then angular acceleration
a2is (given that there is no slipping).

4.

42 cm f=T;k ds ,d o`k ij fopkj dhft,A ,d


dhM+k 1.3 cm/s dh ,dleku pky ls thok AB ds
vuqfn'k fQj o`kkdkj pki BCD ds vuqfn'k xfr djrk
gqvk fcUnq D rd igqprk gS rFkk fQj thok DA ds
vuqfn'k jsax dj vUrr% iqu% A ij igqaprk gAS A ls iqu%
A rd igqapus esa dhM+s }kjk fy;k x;k le; yxHkx gS

(1) 200 lsd.M

(2) 196 lsd.M

(3) 256 lsd.M

(4) 100 lsd.M

izn f'kZ r fp= esa m2 nzO;eku ds ,d Bksl csyu dk


js[kh; Roj.k a2 g]S rc dks.kh; Roj.k a2gksxk (;gk dksbZ
fQlyu ugha gSA )

\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\

\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\

m 1,R

m 1,R

m 2,R

m 2,R

(1)

a2
R

(2)

(a 2 + g)
R

(1)

(2)

(4)

2(g - a 2 )
R

(a 2 + g)
R

(3)

2(a 2 + g)
R

a2
R

(3)

2(a 2 + g)
R

(4)

2(g - a 2 )
R

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5.

In the picture shown, a ball standing from rest 5.

iznf'kZr fp= esa ,d xsan ij ls fojkekoLFkk ls vkjEHk

rolls down a ramp AB, goes along at the

gksdj ur&ry AB ij uhps yq<+drh gS fQj {kfS rt ry

horizontal bottom BC, and then backs up a


smaller ramp CD, thereafter rolls on horizontal

BC ij gksrs gq , ur&ry CD ij p<+ dj {kfS rt ry

plane DE. Ignore friction and air resistance.

DE ij yq<+drh gSA fuEu esa ls dkuS lk fp= xsan dh pky

Which of the following figure shows variation

esa le; ds lkFk ifjorZu dks iznf'kZr djrk gAS ?k"kZ.k

in speed with time ?

rFkk ok;q izfrjks/k dks ux.; ekusa %&

(1)

(2)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(3)

(4)

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6.

Two blocks of mass 1 kg and 2 kg are connected

nks CykWd ftuds nzO;eku 1 kg rFkk 2 kgg a]S 60 N/m


fLizax fu;rkad okyh ,d fLizax dh lgk;rk ls tqM+s gq,
gASa ;fn 2 kg nzO;eku ds CykWd dks (tc fLizax ewy
yEckbZ esa gS) 6 m/s osx fn;k tk;s rks blds rnksijkUr
xfr esa 1 kg CykWd dk vf/kdre osx m/s esa Kkr
dhft,A

6.

with each other with a spring of spring constant


60 N/m. If the velocity given to the block of
mass 2 kg at the natural length is 6 m/s. Find the
maximum veloicty of 1 kg block in subsequent
motion (in m/s).
1kg

(1) 8

60 N/m

(2) 10

2kg

6m/s

(3) 12

1kg

(4) 14

(1) 8

(2) 10

2kg

6m/s

(3) 12

(4) 14

izR;sd 15 g O;eku ds dbZ dkp ds eksrh izfr lsd.M


100 eksrh dh nj ls {kfS rt uyh ls ckgj fudyrs gaSA
eksrh 5 m dh pkbZ ls rjktw ds iyM+s ij fxjrs gSa rFkk
viuh okLrfod pkbZ rd okil mNyrs gaAS rjktw dh
lqbZ dks 'kwU; ij cuk;s j[kus ds fy;s nwljs iyMs ij
fdruk O;eku (kg esa) j[kuk pkfg,A

A stream of glass beads, each with a mass of 7.


15 gram, comes out of a horizontal tube at a rate
of 100 per second. The beads fall a distance of
5 m to a balance pan and bounce back to their
original height. How much mass(in kg) must be
placed in the other pan of the balance to keep
the pointer at zero?

7.

60 N/m

5m

5m

(1) 3

(2) 6

(3) 9

(4) 12

(1) 3

(2) 6

(3) 9

(4) 12

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8.

9.

Inside a lift, a spring (Force constant 8.


k = 1000N/m) and block (mass = 1 kg) are both
in a state of rest. Now the lift suddenly starts
moving upwards with acceleration a = g. Find
the maximum total compression in the spring in
centimeter. (g =10m/s2) :-

,d fyV ds vUnj ,d fLizxa (cy fu;rkad k = 1000N/m)


rFkk ,d CykWd (nzO;eku = 1 kg) nksuksa fojkekoLFkk esa
gaAS vc fyV vpkud Roj.k a = g ls ij dh vksj
xfr djuk izkjEHk djrh gAS fLizax esa mRiUu vf/kdre
dqy lEihM+u lsUVhehVj esa Kkr dhft,A (g=10m/s2)

(1) 1
(2) 3
(3) 5
(4) 7
A toy gun fires a plastic pellet with a mass of 9.
0.5 g. The pellet is propelled by a spring with a
spring constant of 1.25 N/cm, which is
compressed 2.0 cm before firing. The plastic
pellet travels horizontally 10 cm down the barrel
(from its compressed position) with a constant
friction force of 0.0475 N. What is the speed
(in SI units) of the bullet as it emerges from the
barrel?

(1) 1

(2) 7
(4) 11

(3) 5

(4) 7

,d f[kykuS k cUnwd IykfLVd dh nzO;eku 0.5 g dh


xksyh dks nkxrh gSA xksyh fLizax }kjk /kdsyh tkrh gS
ftldk fLizax fu;rkad 1.25 N/cm gS tks fd xksyh
nkxus ls igys 2.0 cm lEihfM+r gAS ;g IykfLVd dh
xksyh cUnwd dh uyh ds Hkhrj fLizax lEihfM+r voLFkk
ls 10 cm {kfS rtr% pyrh gS tgka fu;r ?k"kZ.k cy
0.0475 N gAS xksyh dh pky (SI ek=dksa esa) uyh ls
ckgj fudyrs le; D;k gksxh\

10 cm

(1) 5
(3) 9

(2) 3

10 cm

(1) 5
(3) 9

(2) 7
(4) 11

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10.

A hollow sphere of mass m filled with a 10.


non-viscous liquid of same mass m is released
on a slope inclined at angle q with the horizontal.
The friction between the sphere and the slope is
sufficient to prevent sliding and frictional forces
between the inner surface of the sphere and the
liquid is negligible. After descending a certain
height ratio of translational and rotational kinetic
energies is found to be x:y, find the numerical
value of expression (x+y)min.

,d m nzO;eku ds [kks[kys xksys dks leku nzO;eku m


okys v';ku nzo ls Hkjk x;k gAS bl xksys dks {kfS rt ls q
dks.k cuk jgs ur&ry ij ls NksM+k tkrk gSA xksys rFkk
<ky ds e/; ?k"kZ.k cy fQlyu dks jksdus ds fy,
i;kZIr gS rFkk xksys dh vkUrfjd lrg o nzo ds e/;
?k"kZ.k cy ux.; gSA ,d fuf'pr apkbZ rd uhps vkus
ds i'pkr~ LFkkukUrj.k rFkk ?kw.kZu xfrt tkZvksa dk vuqikr
x : y izkIr gksrk gAS O;atd (x+y)min dk la[;kRed eku
Kkr dhft,\

11.

(1) 4
(2) 6
(3) 8
(4) 10
A mass on a vertical spring begins its motion 11.
at rest at y = 0 cm. It reaches a maximum height
of y = 10 cm. The two forces acting on the
mass are gravity and the spring force. The
graph of its kinetic energy (KE) versus position
is given below. Net force on the mass varies
with y as
KE(J)

(1) 4

(3) 8
(4) 10
,d nzO;eku /okZ/kj fLizax ij y = 0 cm ij fojkekoLFkk
ls viuh xfr izkjEHk djrk gAS ;g y = 10 cm dh

vfkdre apkbZ ij igqaprk gSA nzO;eku ij dk;Zjr~ nks


cy] xq:Roh; cy rFkk fLizax cy gSA bldh xfrt tkZ
(KE) rFkk fLFkfr ds e/; xzkQ fp= esa fn;k x;k gAS
nzO;eku ij dqy cy y ds lkFk fdl izdkj ifjofrZr
gksrk g\
S
KE(J)

4
3

4
3

1
y(cm)

(1) F = 4y 20
(3) F =

(2) 6

8
25

( y - 5)

10

(2) F = 20 4y
(4) F =

8
25

(5 - y)

y(cm)

(1) F = 4y 20
(3) F =

8
25

( y - 5)

10

(2) F = 20 4y
(4) F =

8
25

(5 - y)

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12.

A body of mass 4 kg collides head-on elastically

12.

with another body of mass 2 kg kept at rest in

j[kh 2 kg nzO;eku dh vU; oLrq ds lkFk lEeq[k izR;kLFk

free space. Time of collision is 0.02 sec and

VDdj djrh gSA VDdj dk le ; 0.02 sec gS rFkk

average impulse force acted on each bodies is

izR;sd oLrq ij dk;Zjr~ vkl


S r vkosxh; cy dk eku

100 N. Find the velocity of the 2 kg body after

100 N gAS VDdj ds i'pkr~ 2 kg dh oLrq dk osx Kkr

the impact.

13.

,d 4 kg nzO;eku dh oLrq] eqDrkdk'k esa fojkekoLFkk esa

(1) 0

(2) 1

(3) 2

(4) 3

dhft,\
(1) 0
(3) 2

Statement-1 : Internal energy of gas U = nCVT


is due to random motion of gas molecules.
and

13.

(2) 1
(4) 3

oDrO;1 : xl
S dh vkarfjd tkZ U = nCVT xl
S ds
v.kqvksa dh ;kn`fPNd xfr ds dkj.k gksrh gSA
vkS j

Statement-2 : A container is moving with speed v.


It is suddenly stopped by a force, temperature
of gas increases.
(1) Statement1 is True, Statement2 is True ;
Statement2 is a correct explanation for
Statement1.
(2) Statement1 is True, Statement2 is True ;
Statement2 is not a correct explanation for
Statement1.

oDrO;2 : ,d ik= v pky ls xfr'khy gAS tc bls


,d cy }kjk vpkud jksdk tkrk gS rks xlS dk rki c<+rk
gSA
(1) oO;&1 lR; gS ] oO;&2 lR; gS ] oO;&2]

oO;&1 dk lgh Li"Vhdj.k gAS


(2) oO;&1 lR; g]S oO;&2 lR; gS ; oO;&2]

oO;&1 dk lgh Li"Vhdj.k ugha gAS

(3) Statement1 is True, Statement2 is False.

(3) oO;&1 lR; gS , oO;&2 vlR; gAS

(4) Statement1 is False, Statement2 is True.

(4) oO;&1 vlR; gS] oO;&2 lR; gAS

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14.

15.

Statement-1 : Real gas approaches ideal gas 14.


behaviour for low pressures and high
temperatures.
and
Statement-2 : At low pressure, density of gas
is very low.
(1) Statement1 is True, Statement2 is True ;
Statement2 is a correct explanation for
Statement1.
(2) Statement1 is True, Statement2 is True ;
Statement2 is not a correct explanation for
Statement1.
(3) Statement1 is True, Statement2 is False.
(4) Statement1 is False, Statement2 is True.
A rod BC of negligible mass fixed at end B and 15.
connected to a spring at its natural length having
spring constant K = 104 N/m at end C, as shown
in figure. For the rod BC length L = 4m, area of
cross-section A = 4 104 m2, Young's modulus
Y = 10 11 N/m 2 and coefficient of linear
expansion a = 2.2 104 K1. If the rod BC is
cooled from temperature 100C to 0C, then
find the decrease in length of rod in centimeter.
(closest to the integer)
B

(1) 9

(2) 10.5

(3) 11

oDrO;1: okLrfod xSl fuEu nkc rFkk mPp rki ij


vkn'kZ xlS dh Hkkafr O;ogkj djrh gSA
vkS j
oDrO;2 : fuEu nkc ij xl
S dk ?kuRo cgqr de gksrk
gSA
(1) oO;&1 lR; gS ] oO;&2 lR; gS ] oO;&2]
oO;&1 dk lgh Li"Vhdj.k gAS
(2) oO;&1 lR; gS] oO;&2 lR; gS ; oO;&2]
oO;&1 dk lgh Li"Vhdj.k ugha gAS
(3) oO;&1 lR; gS , oO;&2 vlR; gAS
(4) oO;&1 vlR; gS] oO;&2 lR; gAS
,d NM+ BC (ftldk O;eku ux.; g)S ftldk ,d
fljk B fLFkj gS rFkk nwljs fljs C dks fLizax fu;rkad
K = 104 N/m okyh fLizax tks fd viuh LokHkkfod
yEckbZ esa gS ] ls fp=kuqlkj tksMk+ x;k gSA NM+ BC dh
yEckbZ L = 4m] vuqizLFk dkV {ks=Qy A = 4 104 m2]
;ax izR;kLFkrk xq.kkad Y = 1011 N/m2 rFkk js[kh; izlkj
xq.kkad a = 2.2 104 K1 gAS ;fn NM+ BC dks
100C ls 0C rki rd B.Mk fd;k tkrk gS rks NM+ dh
yEckbZ eas deh lsUVhehVj esa Kkr dhft,A (fudVre
iw.kkd esa)
B

(4) 13.5

(1) 9

(2) 10.5

(3) 11

(4) 13.5

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16.

17.

The ratio of masses of a cubical block of wood 16.


and a chunk of concrete is 3/5 so that the
combination just floats with entire volume
submerged under water. If specific gravity of
wood is 0.5, then specific gravity of concrete
will be
(1) 2.5
(2) 25
(3) 15
(4) 3
A dumbbell consisting of two masses m each, 17.
connected by a light rigid rod of length l, falls
on two pads of equal height, one steel and the
other brass through a height h. The coefficient
of restitution are e1 and e2 (e1 < e2). To what
maximum height will the centre of mass of the
dumbbell rise after bouncing of the pads?
m

ydM+h ds ?kuh; CykWd rFkk dahV dh bV ds nzO;eku


dk vuqikr 3/5 gSA bl la;qDr fudk; dk iw.kZ vk;ru
ikuh esa Mwck gqvk rSjrk gAS ;fn ydM+h dk fof'k"V
xq:Ro 0.5 gS rks dahV dk fof'k"V xq:Ro gksxk %&
(1) 2.5
(3) 15

(2) 25
(4) 3

,d MEcy esa nks izR;sd m nzO;ekuksa dks l yEckbZ dh


gYdh n`<+ NM+ ls tksM+k x;k gAS bl MEcy dks leku
apkbZ ds nks xqVdksa ij h apkbZ ls fxjkrs gAaS ,d xqVdk
LVhy dk rFkk nwljk ihry dk gAS izR;koLFkku xq.kkad e1
rFkk e2 (e1 < e2) gAS xqVdksa ls Vdjkus ds i'pkr~ MEcy
dk nzO;eku dsUnz vf/kdre fdruh apkbZ rd mNyrk
g\
S

brass
e1

steel
e2

brass
e1

h
(1) e + e
1
2

(2) ( e1 + e 2 )

e 2 + e 22
h
(3) 1
4

4h
(4) e 2 + e 2
1
2

h
4

h
(1) e + e
1
2

(3)

e12 + e 22
h
4

steel
e2

(2) ( e1 + e 2 )

h
4

4h
(4) e 2 + e 2
1
2

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18.

19.

A string of length 3 m and linear mass density 18.


0.0025 kg/m is fixed at both ends. One of its
resonance frequency is 252 Hz. The next higher
resonance frequency is 336 Hz. Then the
fundamental frequency will be :(1) 84 Hz
(2) 63 Hz
(3) 126 Hz
(4) 168 Hz
In the Kundts tube experiment (shown in fig. 19.
(i)), the rod is clamped at the end instead of
clamping it at the center as shown in fig. (ii). It
is known that speed of sound in air is 330 m/s,
powder piles up at successive distance of 0.6 m
and length of rod used is 1m, speed of sound in
rod is :-

yEckbZ 3 m rFkk js[kh; nzO;eku ?kuRo 0.0025 kg/m


okyh ,d jLlh dks nksuksa fljksa ls cka/kk x;k gSA bldh
,d vuquknh vko`fk 252 Hz gAS vxyh mPp vuquknh
vko`fk 336 Hz gS rks ewy vko`fk gksxh%&
(1) 84 Hz
(3) 126 Hz

(2) 63 Hz
(4) 168 Hz

dq.M uyh iz;ksx esa NM+ dks dsUnz ij dhyfdr djus dh


vis{kk (fp= (ii)) ,d fljs ls dhyfdr fd;k x;k gS
(fp= (i))A geas ;g Kkr gS fd ok;q esa /ofu dh pky
330 m/s gS rFkk 0.6 m dh ekxr nwfj;ksa ij pw.kZ dk
<sj curk gS o iz;qDr NM+ dh yEckbZ 1m gS rks NM+ esa
ofu dh pky gksxh%&
(i) Standard Kundt's tube

(i) Standard Kundt's tube

clamp

clamp
movable piston

rod

movable piston

rod
powder heap

powder heap

(ii) Modified Kundt's tube

(ii) Modified Kundt's tube

clamp

clamp
rod

movable piston

rod
powder heap

powder heap

(1) 550 m/s


(3) 1200 m/s

movable piston

(2) 1100 m/s


(4) 600 m/s

(1) 550 m/s


(3) 1200 m/s

(2) 1100 m/s


(4) 600 m/s

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20.

The displacement of a particle varies according


to the relation x = 3 sin 100t + 8 cos2 50t . Which
of the following is incorrect about this motion.

20.

(1) The motion of the particle is S.H.M.

x = 3 sin 100t + 8 cos2 50t ds vuqlkj ifjofrZr

gksrk gSA bl xfr ds fy;s fuEu esa ls dkSulk dFku


vlR; gaS

(2) The amplitude of the S.H.M. of the particle


is 5 units

(1) d.k dh xfr ljy vkorhZ gS

(3) The amplitude of the resultant S.H. M. is

(3) ifj.kkeh ljy vkorZ xfr dk vk;ke

(2) d.k dh ljy vkorZ xfr dk vk;ke 5 bdkbZ gS

gS

73 units

21.

,d d.k dk foLFkkiu lehdj.k

(4) The maximum displacement of the particle


from the origin is 9 units .
The diagram shows a simple mercury barometer. 21.
Which of the following does not cause the
height of the mercury column to vary ?

bdkbZ

(4) ewy fcUnq ls d.k dk vf/kdre foLFkkiu 9 bdkbZ

gS

fp= esa ,d ljy ikjn cjS ksehVj n'kkZ;k x;k gAS fuEu esa
ls fdl izf;k }kjk ikjn LrEHk dh pkbZ ifjofrZr
ugha gksxh %&

tube
height of
mercury
column

73

tube
height of
mercury
column

mercury
reservoir

(1) Changes in the atmospheric pressure


(2) Changes in the value of g
(3) Evaporation of mercury from the barometer
reservoir
(4) Leakage of air into the tube

mercury
reservoir

(1) ok;qe.Myh; nkc esa ifjorZu djukA


(2) g ds eku esa ifjorZu djukA
(3) cSjksehVj ik= ls ikjn dk ok"iu gksukA
(4) uyh esa ok;q dk fjlko gksukA

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22.

A pan balance has a container of water with an 22.


overflow spout on the right-hand pan as shown.
It is full of water right up to the overflow spout.
A container on the left-hand pan is positioned
to catch any water that overflows. The entire
apparatus is adjusted so that its balanced. A
brass weight on the end of a string is then lowered
into the water, but not allowed to rest on the
bottom of the container. What happens next?

(1) Water overflows and the right side of the


balance tips down.
(2) Water overflows and the left side of the
balance tips down.
(3) Water overflows but the balance remains
balanced.
(4) Water overflows but which side of the
balance tips down depends on whether the
brass weight is partly or completely
submerged.

,d HkkfS rd rqyk ds nk;s iyM+s esa ty ls Hkjk ,d ik=


j[kk gSA ;g ty ls fp=kuqlkj VksaVh rd Hkjk gqvk gSA
ck;s iyM+s esa ,d vU; ik= j[kk gS tks ckgj fudyus
okys (over flow) ty dks xzg.k djrk gAS ;g iwjk
midj.k larqyu dh voLFkk esa j[kk gqvk gSA jLlh ls
tqM+s gq , ihry ds ,d Hkkj dks ty esa mrkjk tkrk gS
ijUrq bls ik= ds iaSns ij ugha j[kk tkrk] rc %&

(1) ty ckgj fudy vk;sxk rFkk rqyk nka;h vksj >qd

tk;sxh
(2) ty ckgj fudy vk;sxk rFkk rqyk cka;h vksj >qd
tk;sxh
(3) ty ckgj fudy vk;sxk ijUrq rqyk larqy u dh
voLFkk esa gh cuh jgsxhA
(4) ty ckgj fudy vk;sxk ijUrq rqyk fdl vksj >qdsxh
;g bl ckr ij fuHkZj djrk gS fd ihry dk Hkkj
vkaf'kd :i ls Mwck gS vFkok iw.kZr;kA

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23.

24.

25.

A policemen buzz a whistle of frequency 400Hz. 23.


A car driver is approaching the policemen. The
speed of car is 54 kmh 1. The change in
frequency experienced by the driver, when
driver approaches the policemen and after he
crosses the policemen, is :- [Velocity of sound
is 350 ms1]
(1) 42.8 Hz
(2) 34.2 Hz
(3) 38.6 Hz
(4) 27.6 Hz
Two tuning forks A and B produce 8 beats/s 24.
when sounded together. A gas column 37.5 cm
long in a pipe closed at one end resonate to its
fundamental mode with fork A whereas a
column of length 38.5 cm of the same gas in a
similar pipe is required for a similar resonance
with fork B. The frequencies of these two tuning
forks, are :(1) 308 Hz, 300 Hz
(2) 208 Hz, 200 Hz
(3) 300 Hz, 400 Hz (4) 350 Hz, 500 Hz
Two vibrating strings of the same material but 25.
lengths L and 2L have radii 2r and r respectively.
They are stretched under the same tension . Both
the strings vibrate in their fundamental modes,
the one of length L with frequency f1 and the
other with frequency f2. The ratio
by :(1) 2

f1
is given
f2

,d iqfyl okyk 400 Hz vko`fr dh lhVh ctkrk gAS


,d dkj pkyd iqfyl okys dh rjQ vkrk gAS dkj dh
pky 54 kmh1 gAS tc dkj pkyd iqfyl okys ds
ikl vkrk gS rFkk mls ikj djrk gS rc dkj pkyd }kjk
vko`fr esa izfs {kr ifjorZu gksxk
(/ofu dk osx 350 ms1 gS) %&
(1) 42.8 Hz
(3) 38.6 Hz

(2) 34.2 Hz
(4) 27.6 Hz

A vkjS B nks Lofj= f}Hkqt lkFk&lkFk /ofur gksus ij

fr lsd.M 8 foLian mRiUu djrs gaAS ,d fljs ls cUn


ikbZi esa ,d xl
S dk 37.5 lseh yEck LrEHk viuh ewy
fokk esa Lofj= A ls vuqukfnr gksrk gS tcfd Lofj= B
blh xl
S ds ,sls gh ikbZi esa 38.5 lseh LrEHk ls vuqukfnr
gksrk gSA nksuksa Lofj= f}Hkqtksa dh vko`fk;k gksxh%&
(1) 308 Hz, 300 Hz
(3) 300 Hz, 400 Hz

(2) 208 Hz, 200 Hz


(4) 350 Hz, 500 Hz

leku inkFkZ dh nks dfEir jfLl;ka ftudh yEckbZ L


rFkk 2 L rFkk f=T;k 2 r rFkk r e'k% g]S nksukas dks leku
ruko ls [khapk tkrk gSA nksuksa jfLl;ka budh ewy fo/kk esa
dEiUu djrh gAS L yEckbZ okyh jLlh vko`fr f1 ls
f1

rFkk nwljh f2 vko`fr ls dEiUu djrh gS rc vuqikr f


2
dk eku gksxk%&

(2) 4

(3) 8

(4) 1

(1) 2

(2) 4

(3) 8

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26.

Two bodies A and B of masses 5.00 kg and 26.


10.0 kg respectively moving in opposite
directions with velocities 4.00 m/s and 0.50 m/s
respectively make head-on collision in free
space. The force of their mutual interaction
varies according to the given graph. The
coefficient of restitution is

nks fi.Mksa A rFkk B ds O;eku e'k% 5.00 kg rFkk


10.0 kg gS ,oa ;s foijhr fn'kkvksa esa e'k% 4.00 m/s
o 0.50 m/s osx ls xfr djrs gq;s lEeq[k VDdj djrs
gAS budh vU;ksU ; f;k dk cy iz nf'kZ r vkjs[k ds
vuqlkj ifjofrZr gksrk gAS izR;koLFkku xq.kkad gksxk%&
150N

150N

0.30s

0.30s

27.

(1) 0.25

(2) 0.33

(3) 0.50

(4) 0.75

(1) 0.25
(2) 0.33
(3) 0.50
(4) 0.75
A small disk is attached to the end of a light 27.
inextensible string, which passes through a hole
in a frictionless horizontal tabletop. Initially the
disk moves on a circle of radius R with kinetic
energy K0. The string is then slowly pulled so
that the disk finally rotates on a circle of radius
R/h. What is the work W done in pulling the
string ?

,d NksVh pdrh gYdh vforkU; jLlh ds fljs ls tqM+h


gqbZ gS rFkk ;g jLlh ?k"kZ.kjfgr {kSfrt Vscy esa cus ,d
fN ls gksdj xqtjrh gAS izkjEHk esa pdrh xfrt tkZ
K0 ls R f=T;k ds o`k ij xfr djrh gSA jLlh dks
khjs&/khjs [khapk tkrk gS rkfd pdrh var esa R/h f=T;k
ds o`k ij ?kw.kZu djsA jLlh dks [khapus esa fd;k x;k
dk;Z W gksxk%&

(1) W = h2K0
(3) W = (h 1)K0

(1) W = h2K0
(3) W = (h 1)K0

(2) W = (h2 1)K0


(4) W = 0

(2) W = (h2 1)K0


(4) W = 0

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28.

In the arrangement shown both the vessels A 28.


and B are identical but amount of water in B is
double of that in A. The vessels are closed by
identical leak proof pistons at the same height.
The pistons are connected to the ends of lever

iznf'kZr O;oLFkk esa nksuksa ik= A rFkk B ,dtl


S s gS ijUrq
B esa ty dh ek=k A dh rqyuk esa nqxquh gSA bu ik=ksa

dks ,dtSls {kj.k: (leak proof) fiLVuksa }kjk leku


pkbZ ij can dj fn;k tkrk gAS fiLVuksa dks yhoj Hkqtk

arm. There is no friction between the pistons

ds fljksa ij tksM+k tkrk gSA fiLVuksa rFkk ik= dh nhokjksa

and the container walls. The system is in

ds e/; dksbZ ?k"kZ.k ugh gAS bl fLFkfr esa fudk; lkE;koLFkk

equilibrium in the situation shown. Now the

esa gAS vc nksuksa ik=ksa dks tksM+us okyh {kfS rt uyh esa yxs

valve in the horizontal tube connecting both the

okYo dks [kksy fn;k tkrk gSA uyh ls ty izokg fdl

vessels is opened. In which direction will the

fn'kk esa gksxk\

water flow through the tube ?

A
A

(1) From A to B

(1) A ls B dh vksj

(2) From B to A

(2) B ls A dh vksj

(3) Water will not flow

(3) ty izokg ugh gksxk

(4) Insufficient information

(4) vkdM+s vi;kZIr gSA


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29.

A bead of mass m can slide on a frictionless 29.


fixed ring of very large radius r. With the help
of two identical strings of force constant k, it is
connected to two diametrically opposite nails A
and B each of which are at distance 0.5r from
the centre O of the ring. The relaxed length of
each string is negligible as compared to the
radius of the ring. The bead is given a small
velocity. What can you predict for further motion
of the bead before any of the strings strikes a
nail?

O;eku m okyk ,d d.k cgqr vf/kd f=T;k r okyh


,d ?k"kZ.k jfgr fLFkj oy; ij xfr dj ldrk gAS bl
d.k dks cy fu;rkad k okyh nks ,dtl
S h jfLl;ksa dh
lgk;rk ls nks O;klh; foijhr dhyksa A rFkk B ls ck/k
fn;k tkrk gS tks oy; ds dsU O ls 0.5r nwjh ij gAS
izR;sd jLlh dh vrfur yEckbZ oy; dh f=T;k dh
rqyuk esa ux.; gSA d.k dks vYi osx fn;k tkrk gSA
fdlh Hkh ,d jLlh ds dhy ls Vdjkus ls iwoZ d.k dh
xfr ds ckjs esa D;k dgk tk ldrk g\
S

A
A
O

B
B

(1) It will move with variable speed.


(2) Its angular momentum is conserved.
(3) It will oscillate simple harmonically about
the point C.
(4) Elastic potential energy stored in both the
strings is 2kr2.

(1) ;g ifjorhZ pky ls xfr djsxkA


(2) bldk dks.kh; laosx lajf{kr gS
(3) ;g fcUnq C ds lkis{k ljy vkorhZ nksyu djsxkA
(4) nksuksa jfLl;ksa esa lafpr izR;kLFk fLFkfrt tkZ 2kr2

gSA

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30.

On a windless day, sound emanate isotropically

30.

fdlh fnu tc gok ugh py jgh gksrh gS] /ofu ,d

from a point source. Rays of the sound waves

fcUnq L=ksr ls lenfS 'kd :i ls mRlftZr gksrh gSA kjkry

emanated from a point source placed close to

ds lehi j[ks fdlh fcUnq L=ksr ls mRlftZr /ofu rjaxksa

ground are shown in the figure. Consider


horizontal wind towards the left blowing with
constant velocity, which is uniform everywhere.

dh fdj.kksa dks fp= esa n'kkZ;k x;k gSA ;gk {kSfrt gok
cka;h vksj fu;r osx ls cg jgh gS tks loZ= ,dleku

In the following figures, rays of sound waves in

jgrh gSA fuEu fp=ksa esa ok;q dh mifLFkfr esa /ofu rjaxksa

presence of the wind are shown. Which one is

dh fdj.kksa dks n'kkZ;k x;k gSA lokZf/kd lgh fodYi

the most correct representation?

pqfu;s%&

(1)

(2)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(3)

(4)

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PART B - CHEMISTRY
31.

For an electron, with n = 3 has only one radial


node. The orbital angular momentum of the
electron will be
(1) 0

(3)
32.

(2)

h
2p

33.

(1) 0

h
(4) 3
2p

15
O (g) 7CO2(g) + 3H2O(l)
2 2

DUreaction = 750 kJ/mole


[R = 8 Joule/ mole-K]
(1) 751.2 kJ
(2) 752.4 kJ
(3) 1501.2 kJ
(4) 1502.4 kJ
Three substances A, B and C can react to form
E and D as shown
2A + 3B + C 4D + 2E
If molar masses of A,B,C and D are 40, 30, 20
and 15 respectively and 570 gm of mixture of
A, B & C is reacted then maximum mass of E
which can be obtained will be.
(1) 570 gm
(2) 400 gm
(3) 390 gm
(4) 90 gm

,d byDS VkWu ds fy, n = 3 ds lkFk dsoy ,d f=T;h;


uksM gAS byDS VkWu dk d{kd dks.kh; vk?kw.kZ gksxk

h
6
2p

Calculate DH when 2 moles of solid benzoic


acid undergo complete combustion at 300K if

C6H5COOH(s) +

31.

(3)
32.

(2)

h
2p

h
(4) 3
2p

h
2p

DH dh x.kuk dhft, tc 2 eksy Bksl cSatksbd vEy dk


300K ij iw.kZ ngu djk;k tkrk g]S ;fn :

C6H5COOH(s) +

33.

15
O (g) 7CO2(g) + 3H2O(l)
2 2

DUreaction = 750 kJ/mole gS


[R = 8 Joule/ mole-K]
(1) 751.2 kJ
(2) 752.4 kJ
(3) 1501.2 kJ
(4) 1502.4 kJ
rhu inkFkZ A, B rFkk C vfHkf;k djds E rFkk D fuEu

vuqlkj cukrs gSa

2A + 3B + C 4D + 2E
;fn A,B,C rFkk D ds eksyj nzzO;eku e'k% 40, 30,
20 rFkk 15 gS vkjS A, B rFkk C dk 570 gm feJ.k
vfHkf;k djrk gks] rks E dk vf/kdre nzO;eku tks

izkIr gks ldrk gS] og gksxk


(1) 570 gm
(3) 390 gm

(2) 400 gm
(4) 90 gm

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34.

Maximum number of different spectral lines

34.

which will be obtained when a sample of large


number of H-atoms in 5th excited state makes
transition to ground state without emitting any
line in Balmer series

35.

fofHkUu LisDVeh js[kkvksa dh vf/kdre la[;k crkb;s tks


izkIr gksxh] tc H-ijek.kqvksa dh cgqr vf/kd la[;k
okys ,d uewus esa ijek.kq 5 oha mksftr voLFkk ls lae.k]
ckej Js.kh ls fdlh Hkh js[kk dks mRltZu fd;s fcuk vk|
voLFkk ds fy, djrs gS

(1) 6

(2) 10

(1) 6

(2) 10

(3) 15

(4) 4

(3) 15

(4) 4

'P' v/s 'V' graph is plotted for 1 mole of

35.

'P' v/s 'V' o dks ,d eksy dkYifud xl


S ds fy,

hypothetical gas. Range of a/b for this gas in

vkjsf[kr fd;k x;k gS bl xl


S ds fy, a/b dh ijkl gS

(atm-L/mole).

(atm-L/mole).

[R = 0.08 atm- litre / mole-K]

[R = 0.08 atm- litre / mole-K]

300K

300K

200K

200K
V

a
(1) 54 < < 81
b

a
(2) 27 < < 42
b

a
(1) 54 < < 81
b

a
(2) 27 < < 42
b

a
(3) 40 < < 65
b

a
(4) 13.5 < < 40.5
b

a
(3) 40 < < 65
b

a
(4) 13.5 < < 40.5
b

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36.

At 273K Pd vs P is plotted for various gases


1,2,3,4. Assuming ideal behaviour four gases
N2, He, CO2 & H2. The correct combination is
[P denotes pressure in atmosphere & d denotes
density in gm/L]
Pd

36.

273K ij Pd vs P o dks fofHkUu xl


S kas 1,2,3,4 ds
fy, vkjsf[kr fd;k x;kA eku fyft, pkj xl
S ksa N2,
He, CO2 rFkk H2 vkn'kZ O;ogkj djrh gAS lgh lqesyu
gS [P nkc dks ok;qe.Myh; esa rFkk d ?kuRo dks gm/L esa
iznf'kZr djrs g]S

1 2 3 4

Pd

1 2 3 4

37.

38.

(1) 2 - N2, 1 He, 3 CO2, 4 H2


(2) 4 - N2, 1 He, 2 CO2, 3 H2
(3) 4 - N2, 3 He, 2 CO2, 1 H2
(4) 2 - N2, 3 He, 1 CO2, 4 H2
1 mole of MnO42 disproportionate into MnO4
& MnO2 in acidic medium. % by mass of Mn
converted to MnO4
(Molar mass of Mn = 55 gm)
(1) 66.67
(2) 33.33
(3) 16.67
(4) 50
The heat of combustion of CxHy, carbon and
hydrogen are a, b and c cal/mole respectively.
The heat of formation of CxHy will be :

37.

(1) 2 - N2, 1 He, 3 CO2, 4 H2


(2) 4 - N2, 1 He, 2 CO2, 3 H2
(3) 4 - N2, 3 He, 2 CO2, 1 H2
(4) 2 - N2, 3 He, 1 CO2, 4 H2
1 eksy MnO42 vEyh; ek/;e esa MnO4 rFkk MnO2
esa fo"kekuqikrh gksrk gS Mn dk % nzO;eku tks MnO4

ls :ikUrfjr gksrk gAS


(Mn dk eksyj nzO;eku = 55 gm)

38.

(1) 66.67
(2) 33.33
(3) 16.67
(4) 50
CxHy ] dkcZu rFkk gkbMkt
s u ds ngu dh "ek,sa e'k%
a, b rFkk c cal/mole gAS CxHy ds fuekZ.k dh "ek
gksxh :

(1) - xb + 2 + a cal

(2) xb + 2 - a cal

(1) - xb + 2 + a cal

(2) xb + 2 - a cal

(3) xb - 2 + a cal

(4) xb - 2 - a cal

(3) xb - 2 + a cal

(4) xb - 2 - a cal

yc

yc

yc

yc

yc

yc

yc

yc

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39.

Consider given endothermic reaction at


equilibrium,

39.

lkE; ij nh xbZ "ek'kks"kh vfHkf;k ds fy, fopkj


dhft,

PCl (g) + Cl (g)


PCl5(g)
3
2

PCl (g) + Cl (g)


PCl5(g)
3
2

A graph is plotted between concentration and


time as shown. Effect-1 & Effect-2 are due to
respectively

,d o dks lkUnzrk rFkk lkE; ds e/; fuEu izdkj


vkjsf[kr fd;k x;k gAS izHkko -1 rFkk izHkko -2 dk dkj.k
e'k% gS

Conc.

lkUnzrk

[PCl5]

[PCl5]

[PCl3]

[PCl3]

[Cl 2]

[Cl 2]
Time
Effect-1

40.

Effect-2

izHkko-1

(1) P increase, T increase


(2) P increase, T decrease
(3) Inert gas added at constant pressure,
T increase
(4) P decrease, T decrease
If a0 be the Bohr radius, then de-Broglie's
wavelength of an electron revolving in the
second excited state of H-atom will be :(1) 6pa0
(2) 4pa0
(3) 2pa0
(4) pa0

izHkko-2

le;

(1) P dk c<+uk , T dk c<+uk


(2) P dk c<+uk, T dk de gksuk
(3) fu;r nkc ij vf; xl
S dks feyk;k tkuk] T

dk c<+uk
(4) P dk de gksuk , T dk de gksuk
40. ;fn a0 cksgj f=T;k gS] rks H-ijek.kq dh f}rh; mksftr
voLFkk esa ifje.k djus okys ,d byDS VkWu dh Mh&czkXs yh
rjaxn/S ;Z gksxh
(1) 6pa0
(3) 2pa0

(2) 4pa0
(4) pa0

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41.

42.

The correct order of bond angle is :

41.

(1) NCl3 > NBr3

(2) H2Te > H2S

(1) NCl3 > NBr3

(2) H2Te > H2S

(3) N
< I3
3

(4) NO3 > NO


2

(3) N
< I3
3

(4) NO3 > NO


2

Amongst the following element with their

42.

electronic configuration given below, which


(1) [Ne] 3s23p1

(2) [Ne] 3s23p3

(3) [Ne] 3s23p2

(4) [Ar] 3d104s24p3

The molecule has sp 3d2, hybridisation and

43.

square planar shape :

44.

(1) SF4

(2) BF
4

(3) ICl4

(4) XeO2F2

The correct statements is / are :

(1) [Ne] 3s23p1

(2) [Ne] 3s23p3

(3) [Ne] 3s23p2

(4) [Ar] 3d104s24p3

v.kq ftldk ladj.k sp3d2 rFkk vkd`fr oxkZdkj leryh;


g]S gSa :
(1) SF4
(3) ICl4

44.

(2) BF
4
(4) XeO2F2

lgh dFku gS @ gaS :

(1) IE1 of In > IE1 of Al

(1) In dk IE1 > Al dk IE1

(2) Out of Na and Al3+, Na has largest size

(2) Na rFkk Al3+ esa ls] tyh; foy;u esa Na dk

vkdkj vf/kd gS
(3) NO
rFkk O3 nksuksa lebysDVkWfud Lih'kht j[krs gS
2
(4) bysDVkWu ca/kqrk dk ?kVrk gqvk e gS F > Cl > Br

in aqueous solution
(3) NO
and O3 are isoelectronic species
2
(4) The decreasing order of E.A. is F > Cl > Br
45.

bysDVkWfud foU;klksa ds lkFk] uhps fn;s x;s rRoksa esa ls


fdldh vk;uu tkZ vf/kd gksxh ?

one is having highest ionisation energy ?

43.

ca/k dks.k dk lgh e gS :

Which of the following is correct order of

45.

fuEu esa ls vkdkj dk c<+rk gqvk lgh e gS ?

increasing size ?

(1) B < Al < Ga

(1) B < Al < Ga

(2) Cl < S2 < O2

(2) Cl < S2 < O2

(3) La < Y < Sc

(3) La < Y < Sc

(4) I < I < I

(4) I < I < I


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46.

47.

48.

The incorrect statement is / are :


(1) Mendeleev's periodic law was based on
atomic number of the element
(2) Effective nuclear charge (zeff) = atomic
mass shielding constant
(3) Mulliken's value of electronegativity of an
element is about 2.8 times lesser than the
Pauling scale
(4) All of these
Observe the following reaction :
XeF4 + SbF5 [XeF3]+ [SbF6]
The correct statement(s) regarding the product
is / are :
(1) XeOF2 and anionic part of the product have
same hybridisation
(2) I
and cationic part of product have same
3
number of lone pair on the central atom
(3) Anionic part of [XeF] + [PF 6] is isostructural with the anionic part of product
(4) None of these
Cyclic polymetaphosphate have general
formula (P nO 3n )n. Which of the following
statement is true for the cyclic trimeric
metaphosphate?
(1) It has PP linkages
(2) P3O93 and trimeric form of SO3 have same
number of ppdp bonds
(3) All the PO bond lengths are identical to
each other
(4) Each phosphorous has sp3d hybridised state

xyr dFku gS @ gaS :


(1) es.Msyho dk vkorZ fu;e rRoksa ds ijek.kq ekad
ij vk/kkfjr Fkk
(2) izHkkoh ukfHkdh; vkos'k (zeff) = ijek.kq O;eku
ifjj{k.k fu;rkad
(3) ,d rRo dh fo|qr.krk dk eqfydu eku] ikWfyax
Ldsy dh rqyuk esa 2.8 xquk de gS
(4) mijksDr lHkh
47. fuEu vfHkf;k ij fopkj dhft, :
46.

XeF4 + SbF5 [XeF3]+ [SbF6]


mRikn ds lUnHkZ esa lgh dFku gS :
(1) XeOF2 rFkk mRikn ds .kk;fud Hkkx dk ladj.k

leku gS
(2) I
rFkk mRikn ds /kuk;fud Hkkx esa dsUh; ijek.kq
3
ij ,dkdh bysDVkWu ;qXeksa dh la[;k leku gS
(3) [XeF]+ [PF6] dk .kk;fud Hkkx] mRikn ds
.kk;fud Hkkx ds lkFk le&lajpukRed gS
(4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
48. ph; iksyhesVkQkWLQsV dk lkekU; lw= (PnO3n)n gAS
fuEu esa ls dkSulk dFku ph; f=ydh; esVkQkWLQsV
ds lUnHkZ esa lgh gS ?
(1) blesa PP ca/ku mifLFkr gaS
(2) P3O93 rFkk SO3 ds f=ydh; :i esa ] ppdp
ca/kksa dh la[;k leku gS
(3) lHkh PO ca/k yEckbZ;k leku gS
(4) iz R ;s d QkW L Qks j l dh la d fjr voLFkk sp 3 d
gS

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49.

The species having pyramidal shape is :


2

(1) SO3

(3) CO3

Lih'kht ftldh vkd`fr fijkfeMh ; g]S gS :


2

(2) SO3

50.

49.

(1) SO3

(2) SO3

(4) ClF3

(3) CO3

Consider on following molecules


NH3, PH3, AsH3, SbH3
Which of the following has the highest boiling
point ?
(1) NH3 because of hydrogen bonding
(2) SbH3 because of hydrogen bonding
(3) SbH3 because of higher molecular weight
(4) PH3 because of lower molecular weight

50.

(4) ClF3

fuEu v.kqvksa ij fopkj dhft,sa


NH3, PH3, AsH3, SbH3

fuEu esa ls fdldk DoFkukad lokZf/kd gS ?


(1) gkbMkt
s u ca/ku ds dkj.k NH3 dk
(2) gkbMkt
s u ca/ku ds dkj.k SbH3 dk
(3) vf/kd vkf.od Hkkj ds dkj.k SbH3 dk
(4) de vkf.od Hkkj ds dkj.k PH3 dk
51. In which of the following organic compound 51. fuEu dkcZfud ;kSfxd esa ls fdlesa lHkh izHkko (tSls %
all effects (i.e. mesomeric effect,
ehlksefs jd izHkko] vfrla;qXeu izHkko rFkk izsjf.kd izHkko)
hyperconjugation effect and inductive effect)
mifLFkr g&S
are present.

OCH3
(1)

O
CH3

OCH3
(1)

(2)

(2)
CH3

CH3

CH3
(4)

H3C

CH3

OCH

(3)

CH3

CH3

OCH

(3)

(4)

H3C

CH3

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52.

Identify the correct order of stability of

52.

dkcZ/kuk;u ds LFkkf;Ro dk lgh e igpkfu,s&

carbocation.
(i)

(2) ii > i > iv > iii


(4) i > ii > iv > iii

Identify the compound in which steric

53.

(iv)

(1) i > ii > iii > iv

(2) ii > i > iv > iii

(3) i > iii > ii > iv

(4) i > ii > iv > iii

,slk ;kSfxd igpkfu,s ftlesa vuqukn dh f=foe~ ck/kk


mifLFkr g&S

inhibition of resonance is present

OH

(iii)

(iv)

(1) i > ii > iii > iv


(3) i > iii > ii > iv
53.

(ii)

(ii)

(iii)

(i)

CH2

CH2

OH

OH

CH3

CH3

(1)

(2)

(1)

(2)

CH3

(3)

54.

CH3

NO2

NO2

NO2

NO2

NO2

(4)

O2N

OH
C

(3)
OH

Br
How many secondary amine are possible with
molecular formula C4H11NH2 :
(1) 4
(2) 3
(3) 2
(4) 1

(4)

O2N
54.

OH

NO2

Br
v.kqlw= C4H11NH2 ds fdrus f}rh;d ,sehu laHko g&S
(1) 4

(2) 3

(3) 2

(4) 1

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55.

Which of the following compound is most acidic


O

OH

(1)

OH

NO2

(4)

56.

,slk ;kfS xd ftlesa lHkh CN cU/k yEckbZ;k leku


ugha g&S
H

NH2
+

(2)

(1) H2N

N
H

N+
NH2

(2)

N
H

NO2

(4) HN = CH CCH =NH

CH2
NO2
Calculate double bond equivalent in following
compound.
COOH
(1) 10
(2) 11
(3) 12
(4) 13
Ph

OCH3

CN

N+
NH2

CH3
O
OH
C

(3)

Compound in which all CN bond lengths are


not same :
H
NH
(1) H2N

57.

(4) HN = CH CCH =NH

(3)

CH2

NO2

57.

OH

(2)

OCH3

OH

NO2
O
OH
C

(4)
CN

(1)

(3)

(3)

CH3

OH

fuEu ;kSfxd esa ls dkuS lk lokZf/kd vEyh; g&S

OH

(2)
NO2

56.

55.

fuEu ;kSfxd esa f}cU/k rqY;kad Kkr dhft;s&


(1) 10

COOH

(2) 11
(3) 12
(4) 13

Ph

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58.

The correct IUPAC name of following


compound is :
O

58.

fuEu ;kfS xd dk lgh IUPAC uke g&S


O

COCH3
CH2CH3
Br

Br

59.

60.

COCH3
CH2CH3

(1) Methyl-5-bromo-2-ethyl cyclohexane


carboxylate
(2) 5-bromo-2-ethyl methyl cyclohexane
carboxylate
(3) Methyl-3-bromo-5-ethyl cyclohexane
carboxylate
(4) None of these
Bhopal tragedy gas is :
(1) CH3CN
(2) CH3NC
(3) HCN
(4) CH3CH2NC
Identify the aromatic compound

(1) esfFky-5-czke
s ks-2-,sfFky lkbDyksgDs lsu dkcksZfDlysV
(2) 5-czkseks-2-,sfFky esfFky lkbDyksgDs lsu dkcksZfDlysV
(3) esfFky-3-czke
s ks-5-,sfFky lkbDyksgDs lsu dkcksZfDlysV
(4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
59.

Hkksiky =klnh esa mRlftZr xl


S g&S
(1) CH3CN
(3) HCN

60.

(2) CH3NC
(4) CH3CH2NC

,sjksefS Vd ;kfS xd igpkfu,s&


O

O
(1)

(1)

(2)
:

(2)
:

NH2

NH2

H
:
N
H

(4) : O:

+N

(3)

H
(3)

N
H

(4) : O:

+N

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PART C - MATHEMATICS
61.

Let a function : R R is defined such that


3(2x2 3x + 5) + 2(3x2 2x + 4)
= x2 7x + 9 " x R, then the value of (5) is(1)

62.

21
5

64.

(3)

9
5

1
3
(3) 3
(4)
2
2
The sum of squares of three consecutive odd
numbers increased by 1 is divisible by(1) 12 as well as 24
(2) 12 but not 24
(3) neither by 12 nor by 24
(4) All multiple of 6
If the tangent to the curve y2 = 4x at point (1,2)
cuts co-ordinate axes at points A and B, then
area of DAOB is (where 'O' is origin)

= x2 7x + 9 " x R g]S rks (5) dk eku gksxk -

62.

21
5

(2) 0

(3)

js [ kk;s a [kha p h xbZ gks ] rks Li'kZ thok dh yEckbZ


gksxh (1) 1

(2)

1
2

(3)

(4)

3
2

rhu ekxr fo"ke la[;kvksa ds oxks ds ;ksxQy esa


1 c<+k fn;k tk;s] rks og fuEu ls foHkkftr gksxk (1) 12 rFkk 24 ls
(2) 12 ls ijUrq 24 ls ugha
(3) uk rks 12 ls uk gh 24 ls
(4) 6 ds lHkh xq.kt ls
64. ;fn o y2 = 4x ds fcUnq (1,2) ij [khaph xbZ Li'kZj[
s kk
funsZ'kh v{kksa dks fcUnq A rFkk B ij dkVrh gks] rks f=Hkqt
AOB dk {ks=Qy gksxk (tgk 'O' ewyfcUnq g)S
63.

(1)

65.

9
(4) 3
5
;fn ewyfcUnq ls o`k (x 2)2 + y2 = 1 ij nks Li'kZ

(1)

(2)

1
(2) 1
(3) 2
(4) 4
2
There are two such pairs of non-zero real values
of a and b i.e. (a1,b1) and (a2,b2) for which
2a+b,ab,a+3b are three consecutive terms of a
G.P., then the value of 2(a1b2 + a2b1) + 9a1a2 is(1) 1
(2) 2
(3) 0
(4) 11

ekuk Qyu : R R bl izdkj ifjHkkf"kr gS fd


3(2x2 3x + 5) + 2(3x2 2x + 4)

(4) 3

If from origin two tangents are drawn to the


circle (x 2)2 + y2 = 1, then length of chord of
contact is(1) 1

63.

(2) 0

61.

(1)
65.

1
2

(2) 1

(3) 2

(4) 4

a rFkk b ds v'kwU; okLrfod ekuksa ds nks ;qXe (a1,b1)


rFkk (a 2,b2) fo|eku gS ftuds fy, 2a+b, ab,
a+3b fdlh xq.kkskj Js.kh ds rhu ekxr in gaS] rks
2(a1b2 + a2b1) + 9a1a2 dk eku gksxk (1) 1
(2) 2
(3) 0
(4) 11

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66.

67.

Number of integral values of a for which both 66.


roots of quadratic equation
x2 (2a + 3)x + a2 + 3a = 0 lies in interval (0,4) is(1) 0
(2) 1
(3) 2
(4) Infinite many
Each of the 10 letters A,H,I,M,O,T,U,V,W and 67.
X appears same when looked at in a mirror.
They are called symmetric letters. Other letters
in the alphabet are asymmetric letters. How
many three letters computer passwords can be
formed (no repetition allowed) with at least one
symmetric letter ?
(1) 720
(2) 12240
(3) 3360
(4) 14880

a ds iw.kkd ekuksa dh la [;k ftlds fy, lehdj.k


x2 (2a + 3)x + a2 + 3a = 0 ds nksuksa ewy vUrjky
(0,4) esa fLFkr gks] gksxh (1) 0
(2) 1
(3) 2
(4) vuUr
izR;sd 10 v{kj A,H,I,M,O,T,U,V,W rFkk X niZ.k

esa ns[kus ij leku fn[krs gAS bUgsa lefer v{kj dgrs gaS
o.kZekyk esa vU; v{kjksa dks vlefer v{kj dgrs gaSA
fdrus rhu vadh; dEI;wVj ikloMZ cuk;s tk ldrs gS
(fcuk iqujkorhZ ds) ftuesa de ls de ,d lefer
v{kj gks\
(1) 720
(3) 3360

(2) 12240
(4) 14880

69.

ex - 1
68.
isex + 1
(1) one-one into
(2) one-one onto
(3) many one into
(4) many-one onto
If A and B are any two non empty sets and A is 69.
proper subset of B. If n(A) = 4, then minimum
possible value of n(A D B) is (where D denotes
symmetric difference of set A and set B) (1) 2
(2) 1
(3) 0
(4) 4

ex - 1
gksxk ex + 1
(1) ,dd
S h vUr%{ksih
(2) ,dd
S h vkPNknd
(3) cgq,dd
S h vUr%{ksih (4) cgq,dSdh vkPNknd
;fn A rFkk B dksbZ vfjDr leqPp; gS rFkk A, B dk
mfpr mileqPp; gAS ;fn n(A) = 4 gks] rks n(A D B)
dk U;wure lEHko eku gksxk (tgk D leqPp; A rFkk
leqPp; B ds lefer vUrj dks n'kkrZ k gS) (1) 2
(2) 1
(3) 0
(4) 4

70.

x, x < 0
Let ( x ) =
and g(x) = 1 + x [x],
2
1 + x , x 0

ekuk ( x ) =

68.

: R (1,1), ( x ) =

then range of og(x) is (where [.] denotes


greatest integer function)(1) [1,5]
(2) [2,5) (3) (2,5]
(4) [1,5)

70.

: R (1,1), ( x ) =

x, x < 0

2
1 + x , x 0

rFkk g(x) = 1 + x [x]

gks] rks og(x) dk ifjlj gksxk (tgk [.] egke iw.kkd


Qyu dks n'kkZrk g)S (1) [1,5]

(2) [2,5)

(3) (2,5]

(4) [1,5)

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71.

72.

73.

Let A1,A2,........A11 are players in a team with 71.


their T-shirts numbered 1,2,.....11. Hundred
gold coins were won by the team in the final
match of the series. These coins is to be
distributed among the players such that each
player gets atleast one coin more than the number
on his T-shirt but captain and vice captain get
atleast 5 and 3 coins respectively more than the
number on their respective T-shirts, then in how
many different ways these coins can be
distributed ?
(1) 100C83
(2) 28C11
(3) 27C9
(4) 27C10
In how many ways 5 speakers S1,S2,S3,S4 and 72.
S5 can give speeches one after the other if S3
wants to speak after S1 & S2 (1) 40
(2) 60
(3) 80
(4) 100
If tan80 = a and tan47 = b, then tan37 is 73.
equal to -

ekuk A1,A2,........A11 ,d Vhe ds f[kykM+h gaS] ftudh


Vh&'kVZ ij 1,2,.....11 vad vafdr gAS Vhe }kjk Qkbuy
ep
S esa lkS lksus ds flDds thrs x,A ;s flDds f[kykfM+;ksa
esa bl izdkj forfjr fd;s tkrs gSa rkfd izR;sd f[kykM+h
dks mldh Vh&'kVZ ij vafdr vad ls de ls de ,d
T;knk flDdk feys rFk dIrku rFkk mi dIrku dks mudh
Vh&'kVZ ij vafdr vadksa ls de ls de e'k% 5 rFkk 3
flDds vf/kd feys] rks fdrus fHkUu rjhdksa ls flDdksa
dks forjhr fd;k tk ldkr g\
S
(1) 100C83

(2) 28C11

(3) 27C9

(4) 27C10

fdrus rjhdksa ls 5 oDrk S1,S2,S3,S4 rFkk S5 ,d ds


ckn ,d Hkk"k.k ns ldrs gaS ;fn S3, oDrk S1 rFkk S2 ds
ckn cksyuk pkgrk gks (1) 40
(2) 60
(3) 80
(4) 100
;fn tan80 = a rFkk tan47 = b gks] rks tan37 dk
eku gksxk -

(1)

a -b
1 + ab

(2)

ab + 1
a -b

(1)

a -b
1 + ab

(2)

ab + 1
a -b

(3)

ab - 1
a+b

(4)

a+b
1 - ab

(3)

ab - 1
a+b

(4)

a+b
1 - ab

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74.

If roots of the equation ax2 + bx + c = 0 are 74.


(a b), (g - d) and roots of the equation
Ax2 + Bx + C = 0 are (a + d) and (b + g), then
a
is equal to (where D 1 and D 2 are
A
discriminants of the given equations
respectively) (1)

b
B

D1
D2

(3)

76.

ds ewy (a + d) rFkk (b + g) gks] rks

a
dk eku gksxk
A

(tgk D1 rFkk D2 e'k% nh xbZ lehdj.kksa ds foospd


g)S -

(2)

c
C

(1)

(4)

a+b+c
A+B+C

(3)

b
B

D1
D2

(2)

c
C

(4)

a+b+c
A+B+C

-6 1 l

-6 1 l
75.

;fn lehdj.k ax 2 + bx + c = 0 ds ew y
(a b), (g - d) rFkk lehdj.k Ax2 + Bx + C = 0

If 0 3 7 = 5948 , then l is-1 0 5

75.

(1) 2011 (2) 2013 (3) 2015 (4) 2017


If complex numbers (x 2y) + i(3x y) and
(2x y) + i(x y + 6) are conjugates of each
other, then |x + iy| is (x,y R)(1) 1
(2) 2
(3) 2
(4) 4

76.

(1) 1

4 4x 4x 2
+
- .......... , then x is equal 77.
3 9
27

77.

If x =

78.

to (1) only 1
(2) 1 or 4
(3) only 4
(4) 1 or 4
If the equation 2tanx sinx 2 tanx + cosx = 0
has k solutions in [0,kp], then number of integral
values of k is(1) 0
(2) 1
(3) 2
(4) 3

3 7 = 5948 gks] rks l dk eku gksxk -1 0 5


(1) 2011 (2) 2013 (3) 2015 (4) 2017
;fn lfEeJ la[;k;sa (x 2y) + i(3x y) rFkk
(2x y) + i(x y + 6) ,d nwljs dh la;qXeh gks] rks
|x + iy| dk eku gksxk (x,y R) -

;fn 0

(2)

4
3

;fn x = -

(3) 2

(4) 4

4x 4x 2
+
- .......... gks] rks x dk eku
9
27

gksxk (1) dsoy 1


(2) 1 ;k 4
(3) dsoy 4
(4) 1 ;k 4
78. ;fn lehdj.k 2tanx sinx 2 tanx + cosx = 0 ds
[0,kp] esa k gy gks] rks k ds iw.kkd ekuksa dh la[;k
gksxh (1) 0

(2) 1

(3) 2

(4) 3

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79.

The maximum value of the expression


E = sinq + cosq + sin2q is(1) tan

80.

81.

p
3

(3) tan

p
3p
(4) tan
8
8

O;atd E = sinq + cosq + sin2q dk vf/kdre eku


gksxk (1) tan

80.

p
4

(2) tan

p
3

(3) tan

p
3p
(4) tan
8
8





;fn tan-1 + tan-1 + tan-1 + tan-1
3
7
13
21
1

p
1
+ tan -1 = tan -1 , where p & q are
31
q

p
1
+ tan -1 = tan -1 g]S tgk p rFkk q ijLij
31
q

relatively prime numbers, then p + q is equal to(1) 5


(2) 7
(3) 9
(4) 12
If n(A) = m, then total number of reflexive 81.
relations that can be defined on A is-

vHkkT; la[;k;sa g]S rc p + q dk eku gksxk -

(2) 2 m

-m

(3) 2 m
(4) 2 m - m - 1
Let A = {1,2,3,4......100},
B = {51,52,53,...,180}, then number of
elements in (A B) (B A) is(1) 1800 (2) 1600 (3) 2500 (4) 1500
Image of the family of lines
(l + 2)x + (l 1)y (8l + 1) = 0 in line mirror
y = x is (where l & m are parameters)
(1) (m + 1)x (2m + 1)y + m 2 = 0
(2) (m + 1)x + (2m + 1)y + m + 2 = 0
(3) (m 1)x (2m + 1)y + m 2 = 0
(4) (m + 1)x + (2m 1)y m 2 = 0
2

83.

(2) tan

1
1
1
1
If tan-1 + tan-1 + tan-1 + tan -1
3
7
13
21

(1) 2m
82.

p
4

79.

(1) 5
(2) 7
(3) 9
(4) 12
;fn n(A) = m gks] rks A ij ifjHkkf"kr LorqY; lEcUkksa
dh dqy la[;k gksxh (2) 2 m

(1) 2m

83.

-m

(3) 2 m
(4) 2 m - m - 1
ekuk A = {1,2,3,4......100},
B = {51,52,53,...,180} gks]
rks (A B) (B A) esa vo;oksa dh la[;k gksxh (1) 1800 (2) 1600 (3) 2500 (4) 1500
js[kk fudk; (l + 2)x + (l 1)y (8l + 1) = 0 dk
js[kk niZ.k y = x esa izfrfcEc gksxk (tgk l rFkk m izkpy
g)S
(1) (m + 1)x (2m + 1)y + m 2 = 0
(2) (m + 1)x + (2m + 1)y + m + 2 = 0
(3) (m 1)x (2m + 1)y + m 2 = 0
(4) (m + 1)x + (2m 1)y m 2 = 0
2

82.

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84.

85.

84.
The last two digits of 2015! + 32015 is(1) 03
(2) 18
(3) 13
(4) 07
Let P(a,b) be a variable point which moves in 85.
x-y plane such that

PA
= 2 , where A(1,0) and
PB

B(0,1). If M and m denote respectively the


maximum and minimum value of a + b, then

87.

(tgk [.] egke iw.kkd Qyu dks n'kkZrk g)S

(where [.] denotes the greatest integer function)


(1) 1
(2) 3
(3) 0
(4) 1
If (x, y) is a variable point on the curve 86.
x2 + y2 2x 2y 2 = 0, then minimum value of
the expression

PA
= 2 , tgk A(1,0) rFkk B(0,1) gAS
PB
;fn M rFkk m, a + b ds e'k% vf/kdre rFkk U;wure

izdkj gS fd

ekuksa dks n'kkZrk gks] rks dk eku gksxk m

M
value of ism

86.

2015! + 32015 ds vfUre nks vad gksaxs (1) 03


(2) 18
(3) 13
(4) 07
ekuk x-y lery esa xfreku ,d pj fcUnq P(a,b) bl

8
(y - 1)2
is equal to (x - 1)2
4

(1) 2
(2) 1
(3) 1
(4) 2
The locus of centre of variable circle which cuts 87.
the circles x2 + y2 2x 4y 1 = 0 and
x2 + y2 4x 2y 1 = 0 orthogonally is(1) x + y = 0
(2) 2x y = 0
(3) x 2y = 0
(4) x y = 0

(1) 1

(2) 3

(3) 0

(4) 1

;fn o x2 + y2 2x 2y 2 = 0 ij ,d pj fcUnq
(x, y) gks] rks O;atd

8
(y - 1)2
dk U;wure
(x - 1)2
4

eku gksxk (1) 2


(2) 1
(3) 1
(4) 2
2
2
o`kksa x + y 2x 4y 1 = 0
rFkk x2 + y2 4x 2y 1 = 0 dks yEcdks.kh; dkVus
okys ,d pj o`k ds dsU dk fcUnqiFk gksxk (1) x + y = 0
(2) 2x y = 0
(3) x 2y = 0
(4) x y = 0

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88.

88.

Let be a function such that


n
x

( x ) = r + cos where [.] denotes


r
r =1
greatest integer function and x [0,p], then
range of (x) is-

n
x

( x ) = r + cos tgk [.] egke iw.kkd Qyu


r
r =1
dks n'kkrZ k gS rFkk x [0,p] gks] rks (x) dk ifjlj
gksxk -

n ( n + 1)

(1) 0,
2

89.

n ( n + 1)

(1) 0,
2

n 2 + n - 2 n 2 + 3n n 2 + n
(2)
,
,

2
2
2

n 2 + n - 2 n 2 + 3n n 2 + n
,
,
(2)

2
2
2

n 2 - n n 2 + 3n
(3) 2 , 2

n 2 - n n 2 + 3n
(3) 2 , 2

n 2 - n n 2 + 3n
(4) 2 , 2

In an isosceles triangle ABC, C = A if 89.


point of intersection of bisectors of internal
angles A and C divide median of side AC
in 3 : 1 (from vertex B to side AC), then value

n 2 - n n 2 + 3n
(4) 2 , 2

,d lef}ckgq f=Hkqt ABC esa] C = A g]S ;fn


vUr% dks.k A rFkk C ds vZdksa dk izfrPNsn fcUnq]
Hkqtk AC dh ekf/;dk dks vuqikr 3 : 1 ('kh"kZ B ls
B
Hkqtk AC dh vksj), eas foHkkftr djrk gks] rks cosec
2
dk eku gksxk (1) 1
(2) 2
(3) 3
(4) 4

B
is equal to 2
(1) 1
(2) 2
(3) 3
(4) 4
91
The coefficient of x in the series

of cosec

90.

ekuk ,d Qyu bl izdkj gS fd

100

C1 28.(1 - x)99 + 100 C 2 2 7.(1 - x)98

+ 100 C 3 .2 6.(1 - x) 97 + .... +100 C 9 (1 - x) 91


is equal to -

(1) 100C10(29)
(3) 100C9(29 39)

(2) 100C10(29 39)


(4) 100C9(39)

90.

vuqe

100

C1 28.(1 - x)99 + 100 C 2 2 7.(1 - x)98

+ 100 C 3 .2 6.(1 - x) 97 + .... +100 C 9 (1 - x) 91

esa x91 dk xq.kkad gksxk (1) 100C10(29)

(2) 100C10(29 39)

(3) 100C9(29 39)

(4) 100C9(39)

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