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A n I S O 9 0 0 1 : 2008 C e r t i f i e d O r g a n i s a t i o n

Paper Code: UN415

Solutions for Class : 11 (PCM)

7.

Mathematics

1.

q=

y = mx + c

y=x+3

2.

2pr

and b2 q2 = (ap) (cr)

p+r

expressions in the last expression, we get

Number of vowels = 2

(a + c)2 2pr

= (ac)(pr)

4 p+r

Number of arrangements = P2 4!

3

= 6 24 = 144.

3.

tan A + tanC

= tan B

1 tan A tan C

8.

4.

(a + c)2 (p + r)

ac

pr

a c p r

+ = + .

c a r p

* a b, c > 0

positive

|n.2n+1

(a b) c is either +ve or 0.

ac bc 0.

9.

= 2.22 + 23 + 24 + . . . + 2n n.2n+1

+ x2 + 10x + 11 = k

B2 4AC 0 100 4(11 k) 0

8(2n 2 1)

=8+

n.2 n +1

2 1

25 11 + k 0

k 14

2 = 2n 2 n = 513.

x2 + 10x + 11 = 14

10

5.

= 1.

6.

x2 + 10x + 25 = 0

(x + 5)2 = 0

x = 5

Required distance

minimum value of (14).

= (6 2)2 + (7 3)2 = 32 = 4 2.

10.

n( A B ) = n(A) n(B)

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11.

by using the vertices of a regular polygon is

n

C3. That is, Tn = nC3

17.

(x 0, and y 0)

or (x 0 and y 0)

quadrant and x 0, y 0 represents the

third quadrant.

C3 nC3 = 21

n+1

C2 + C3 C3 = 21

n

nC2 = 21 = 7C2

n=7

* (cos + sin )2 + (cos sin )2 = 2

2

18.

i.e., < x < .

19.

* + =

+

b c

b

x2 + x +

a

a

C r 1

+

m

Cr

b

c

, =

a

a

Required equation is x2 ( + + ) x +

(+ ) = 0

13.

xy 0

Now, Tn+1 Tn = 21

n

12.

)

C r +1

=2

Cr

c

= 0

a

20.

5 sin 2A + 3 sin A + 4 cos A

r

r +1

+

=2

m r +1 m r

r(m r) + (r + 1)(m r + 1)

4 3

4

3

= 10 + 3 + 4

5 5

5

5

= 2(m r + 1)(m r)

m2 m(4r + 1) + 4r2 = 2.

14.

x 1 1 or x 1 1

x 0 or x 2

A B = {x : 1 < x < 1 or x 0 or x 2}

= {x : x < 1 or x 2}.

21.

a = 5, b = 4.

N y

+ =1

5 4

2r + 3 + r 3 = 18

3r = 18 r = 6.

b = 0 1 is a root

22.

+ { , { }, {{ }}, A}

23.

x-intercept = 2(3) = 6,

to 1 Product of the roots = 1

18C2r+3 = 18Cr3

4x + 5y = 20.

16.

(r 2)th term

D = R (A B) = {x : 1 x < 2}

15.

24 12 12

= 0.

5

5

5

y-intercept = 2(4) = 8.

ab

=1 ab=bc

bc

a, b, c are in A.P.

4x 3y = 24

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2

N y

+ =1

6 8

24.

31.

1(2 n 1)

> 1000

2 1

20Cr1 : 20Cr = 1 : 2

)

r = 7.

= 275

32.

(x, y) B A

n = 25

27.

1 1

1

+ +...+

,

t1 t2

t 2003

33.

=2

1 2 3

+ +

+ ... +

4 8 16

1

1

1 1 1 1

= 4 + + . . . +

2005 2006

3 4 4 5

S=

1 2 3

+ +

+...

4 8 16

1 4 2003 4006

1

= 4

.

=

=

3 2006 3 2006 3009

1

1 2

+...

S= +

2

8 16

Subtracting,

) ii = (e i / 2 )i

Hence value is 21 = 2.

34.

of AB.

AM = MB = PM = 2

A = 14P8.

30.

are parallel to the coordinates axes.

tan

2

2

2

Point of intersection of the diagonals is the

centre P(3, 7).

4k = 8 k = 2.

* tan

1

1 1 1

1

+ . . . = (G.P.)

S= + +

2

4 8 16

2

S = 1.

k 3 3k 5

= 2 k + 3 = 3k 5

2

29.

* 21/4.41/8.81/16 . . .

1

1

1

= 4

+

+...+

2005 2006

3.4 4.5

= e / 2

28.

n(n 3) = 550 = 25 22

26.

r

1

=

21 r 2

2r = 21 r

25.

(r + 1)th term = 1 : 2

2

tan ( / 2) tan ( / 2)

=3

1 tan 2 ( / 2) tan 2 ( / 2)

1 cos 1 cos

= 1 + cos 1 + cos

1 cos 1 cos

.

1 + cos 1 + cos

=

2(cos cos )

2(cos + cos )

cos (1 cos )

cos (1 + cos )

= tan 2 .

2

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35.

40.

Then by putting n = 0, 1, 2, . . . , n 1

we get a1 a0 = 0 (1),

a2 a1 = 3.12 + 1 (2),

cos sin

4

=

+

sin cos

3

cos 2 + sin 2

4

=

sin cos

3

2

4

=

sin 2

3

= 3 (n 1)2 + (n 1)

an 1 =

=

(n 1) n (2n 1) (n 1) n

+

2

2

2=

an = n n + 1.

3

36.

* 3 1 + + 2 = 0

1 + + 2

41.

1 + = A + B

A = 1, B = 1

56 + 3(2) = 8

They are attractive if the separation

between them is greater than normal

distance and are repulsive if the distance

between them is less than normal distance.

43.

x2 + 2x 8 = 0

* (1 + x)m = 1 + mx +

m(m 1) 2

x + ....

12

1

1

m v2 =

0.1 (20)2 = 20 J.

2

2

the top.

1

m(m 1) 2

x = x2

8

2

m=

1 2

t

42.

= 8

39.

, =

= 2 rad s2

6 = 48

,

.

6

1200 2 600 2

=

rad s1/10 s

60

60

, + = 2 3 + 3 + 3( + ) = 8

38.

Physics

(1 + )7 = 14 = 2 = A + B

37.

3

2

sin 2 =

n (n 1) (2n 1 + 1)

= n3 n2

2

a3 a2 = 3.22 + 2 (3), . . .

an an1 = 3 (n 1)2 + (n 1) (n)

1

2

i.e. P.E. =

20

= 10 J

2

K.E. = 20 10 = 10 J

44.

45.

increasing with depth in mine due to

presence of atmosphere air there. The

acceleration due to gravity below the

surface of the earth decreases with the

distance from the surface of the earth, as

g' = g 1

R

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46.

55.

kinetic energy.

Wmg + Wair =

Wair

after exerting force. So velocity is negative.

1

mv2

2

Impulse = F t = m(vu)

= 0.2 [10 20] = 6 N s

1

= mv2 Wmg

2

is in a direction opposite to the direction of

initial velocity.

1

mv2 mgh

2

1

5 (10)2 (5) (10) (20)

2

Driving force =

56.

against friction

48.

attraction between like molecules of a liquid

i.e. cohesive force between the molecules.

49.

the velocity of apple when dropped is equal

to the velocity of train at that instant. As

the velocity of train is decreasing but

velocity of apple remains unchanged, the

apple will fall ahead of his brother in the

direction of motion of the train.

50.

51.

1

1

mu2 mv2 = frictional force distance

2

2

travelled

1

1

(0.015)(300)2 (0.015)(0)2

2

2

= F (0.03)

F= 22 500 N

57.

reverse is isothermal expansion. Heat

required in this process is gained from the

surroundings.

+

Total time taken is 15 s Hence,

1 l

T

1 g

100 = 100 +

100

2 l

T

2 g

Average speed =

58.

2

* es =

2GM e

4

1 8

= 2G R 3 = GR 2 .

R

3

R 3

4 times. It will be = 22 km s1

6400

4

=

g ' /g =

6400 + 3200

9

54.

Total distance 43

=

Total time

15

= 2.87 m s1

53.

Total distance =

1

1

= 1 + 2 = 1.5%

2

2

52.

input energy - output energy

2

Impulse

6

= 120 N.

=

time

0.05

= 750 J

47.

v = 10 m s1

59.

the curve is M v 2/R. When velocity is

doubled, centripetal force required is

quadrupled.

U=0

U = constant

Electric flux = (electric field) (area)

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60.

68.

184.6 kJ of heat to the surroundings

1.49 0.0199] =

184.6 5.67

= 523 kJ of heat to the

2

= 4.906628 2 = 9.81 m2

5.67 moles of HCl gas is 523 kJ.

Volume = l b h

= 3.230 1.49 0.0199

= 0.09577 m

) Y =

69.

of intermolecular hydrogen bonding.

70.

FL

L

or L = 2

r

r 2 L

2 (+1) + 2x (2 7) = 0 or x = + 6

Similarly, O.N. of Cr in K2CrO4 is

r = 0.20 mm as compared to other cases.

62.

2 (+1) + x (2 4) = 0 or x = + 6.

71.

electromagnetic waves) travel with the

velocity of light.

72.

in the ring and hence is not a carbocyclic

but is a heterocyclic compound.

73.

dipole-induced dipole, i.e., dispersive

interactions.

74.

are C and O to form two compounds.

75.

liberated at the cathode when their halides

are electrolysed. Thus hydrogen resembles

alkali metals.

76.

peroxide and superoxides increases due to

high lattice energy. CsO2 is the most stable

superoxide.

77.

XXV 2NH

) N2 + 3H2 WXX

3

2

1

3

p = mv

if p = constant

mv = constant

v = constant

63.

=

64.

displacemet 2r 2 40

=

=

= 2 m/s

time

t

40

T 2 R 2g

* h =

4 2

1/3

( 24 60 60 )2 6.4 10 6

4 ( 22 / 7 )

9.8

1/3

6.4 106

= 3.6 107 m = 36000 km

65.

2

2

=

, =

rad/s

T 12 60 60

rad/s

6 60 60

(P )

Q =

(P )(P )

2

NH3

N2

covalently bonded chlorine atoms is its

H2

3 3

= 4.5 atm2

2(1)3

direction.

67.

Chemistry

66.

H = 184.6 kJ

61.

78.

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79.

* The reaction, 2HI(g) WXX

2

2

XXV

reverse of the reaction, H2(g) + I2(g) WXX

2HI(g). So, the equilibrium constant of the

former is reciprocal of the latter.

85.

86.

K(2HI(g) WXX

2

2

80.

So,

presence of light.

82.

>

88.

carbon family decrease down the group as

is evident from their thermal dissociation

temperatures:

CH4

SiH4

GeH4

SnH4

PbH4

723 K

558 K

423 K

273 K

1073 K

% Mass

75

25

AH

12

6.25

25

K and hence has the maximum reducing

character while CH4 decomposes only at a

very high temperature (1073 K) and hence

has the least reducing character.

89.

Hence, P d T

P1 d 1 T1

or P = d T

2

2

2

= 0.9 103 Nm

= 0.9 103 J = the 0.9 kJ

90.

1 2

= =1.

2 1

84.

% Mass/AH

83.

>

but increases across a period but remains

almost same along a diagonal. Therefore

atoms A and Y have little difference in their

electronegativities and hence AY bond is

least polar.

Bleaching powder

Bleaching powder is a mixed salt of calcium

hypochlorite, CaOCl 2 and basic calcium

chloride, CaCl2 . Ca(OH)2 . H2O

87.

81.

of the standard reduction potential, greater

is the reducing power of the metal, Here,

3.03 V < 1.18 V < 0.52 V

1

=

= 0.02

=

48

XXV 2HI(g)

K H2 (g) + I2 (g) WXX

c 3 10 8 m s 1

=

v 589 10 9 m

Therefore,

) c = v or =

has a vapour pressure of 10 15 mm of Hg

at 373 K can be conveniently purified by

steam distillation.

is converted into CN , but not to

NO3.S is converted to S2 and to CNS, if

both N and S are present.

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