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SOLUTIONS

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PHYSICS

3.

a g sin g sin 5

4.

At 45 , a t ar 9;

5.

3x 4 y

.s
t

sin

1
2

V2 V2

9 ; V 6ms 1 ;
r
u


F i
j
F 3i 4 j
x
y

2
6 0 9t t sec
3

ww
w

ud

2.

a cos
b cos
V 2n l2 l1

1.

3N

p 6,8

5N

PR 5
5
PR 8 10m
PQ 4
4
W F net PR 5 10 50 J
6.

4N
Q

V0
2
m0
V0

Rest

m0

450

2m 0

2m 0

Conservation of momentum

mV 0
2

sin 450 2m 0V sin

2V sin
X axis

mV 0
2

V0
2

...........1

cos 450 2m0V cos m0V0

V
9.

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mV 2
GM 2
GM 2
2cos300

2
R
3R 2
3R

.s
t

8.

GM
3R

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w

7.

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V
2V cos 0 ......... 2
2
V
V
V 0
12 2 2 2V 0 2
2
2 2
1
12 2 2
1
4
K .E 2mV 2
mr mV 2 mV 2 mV 2
2
23
3
3

y-axis

y 2 102 102 C 2 sin t 10 1 C 2 sin t


10 1 C 2 40

1 C 2 16 C 15

12.

F ml 2

A
A
2 gd
h
V2
2 gh ; d


Y 2 A sin kx cos t
2
2L L

Here k
where

n 1 2
4
a 3
y a sin
cos t
cos t
3
2

13.

n'

10.
11.

V W cos600
V W cos600 Vs

310
500 534 Hz
290

14.

Current through When S is open I1


When S is closed I 2

I I 2 I1

E1
R r1

E1r2 E2 R r1
R r1 R r1 r2

if E1r1 E2 R r1

I ve
15.

E1 E2
R r1 r 2

R 20
t 10

R t 10
40 20 30 20
E
10
I
R t 10

30

dq
10

dt t 10

10

t 10 dt 10loge

10

16.

ps

600
600

P3

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P1

dq q
q q0e
0 e Rc
dt Rc
q
At t 0 , I 0 10
Rc
q
V0 0 10 R 10 10 100V
c
I I 0e

t
RC

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17.

t
Rc ; I

.s
t

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p p1 p2 cos 600 p3 cos 600 2 p 4Qa


Qa
Eequi
0 x3

; 2.5 10e

Solve for C
1
Heat energy CV02
2

18.
Q
2

Q
2 CV Q
2
Q

CV
2

t
RC

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P2

Q
Q'
2 V ' V Q
V'

2C
C
C

i
0 j i
B B1 B2
2 a
1
qx
At point P E
3/2
4 0 2
R x2
CV

19.
20.

0iR 2

2 R2 x2

21.

3/2

here i

q qV

t 2 R

E
1
1 C2


B 0 0 V V
m BA
At any instant when wires have moved through a distance v

m B a 2 x

dm
dx
4 B a 2 x 4 B a 2 x V0
dt
dt
e 4 B a 2 x V0 BV0
i

R
4 a 2x

Here P is a capacitor and Q is resistor V p VQ ; X C R

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4 2

A leading in phase by

Let R be the radius curvature of each surface one

1
2
1.5 1
f
R
For water lens

24.

25.

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w

23.

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t

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Z X C 2 R 2 2 R and

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22.

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A a 2x

1 4 2
1
2
1

f ' 3 R
f'
3f
3f
1 2 1 2 2
4
F

4
F f f ' f 3f 3f
1
1
1

V 600 20
1 31

V 19.35cm
V 600
10 ' 5.5
D
D
10
10 ' 5.5

1.8
d
d
' 5.5

26.

27.

1 1
eV hc
.......1
0

1
V
1
e hc

....... 2
2 0
3

1 4
0
2
L.C.L.M

h
3hR
1
hR 1 V

4M
4
1 Fe 60 1

0 1 1

0 1 1 1 Hg 60 1

MV

K1
K2

29.

C CV

W
T

28.

9 0
18 p0V0
2
6 p0 5V0 3 p0 V0 27 p0V0 and C 3R
T T2 T1
V
2
R
R
R
18 p0V0
W
3R
3R 2 R 13R
C CV

T
2 27 p0V0 / R
2
3
6

dp 2

x dx
p RT

2 L2
p p0 e
2 RT

dp 2 xdx

p
RT

.s
t

adp adx 2 x

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Let a be the area of the cross section adp m 2 x

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30.

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Here W Area under the graph 4V0

CHEMISTRY
31.
32.

th

4 complex cannot show geometrical isomerism due to presence of symmetrical ligand.


25 N 1 40 0.4
16
0.64 N
25
Volume strength 0.64 5.6 3.584
icRT
4.92 i 0.1 0.0821 300
i 1.99
i 1 1.99 1

0.49
n 1
3 1
% of 49%
N1

33.

34.

G nFE E

G 965 103

2.5
nF 4 96500

35.

The potential difference needed for the reduction = 2.5V


NaCl aq AgNO 3 aq
AgCl s NaNO 3 aq
143.5 g of AgCl is got from 58.5 g of NaCl
58.5
0.287 0.117 g
0.287 g of AgCl is got from
143.5
0.117
100 5.85%
% purity of sample
2

36.

2.75 660 10 10

6.023 10 23

4
M
119
Number of formula units per unit cell = 4
23.8
6.023 10 23 0.05 6.023 10 23 3.011 10 22
No.of unit cells
119 4
1
m eq of NaOH 16 3.2
5
20ml of acid requires 3.2m eq of NaOH
3.2 500
500ml acid requires
80m eq of NaOH
20
m.eq. of NH 3 m eq of H 2 SO 4 m eq of NaOH

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37.

a3 N A

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100 80 20
1.4 m eq of NH 3
%N
wt of O.C
1.4 20
wt of O.C
2g
14

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40.

PCl 5
PCl 3 Cl 2

1 x

.s
t

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Total no.of moles 1 x x x 1 x


x
x

P
P
x2
1 x
1 x

Kp

P
2
1 x
1

P
1 x
Kp
x
Kp P

48.
52.

2 Li O 4 NO O
4 LiNO 3
2
2
2
t 93.75% 4 t 50% 120 min

t 50% 120 30 min

4
0.693 0.693
K

2.31 10 2 min 1
t1
30
2

Rate at the end of 120 min 2.3110

56.

0.125 2.88 10

M min 1

MATHS
61.

Clearly a - a < 1 \ Reflexive


If a - b < 1 b - a < 1 \ Symmetric but it need not be transitive

62.
63.

A adjA A I ; A 29
.......... 1

3sin P 4 cos Q 6

4 sin Q 3cos P 1 .......... 2

From the above, P is obtuse


1
2

If

z1 , z2 , z3

are collinear and az1 bz2 cz3 0 then a+b+c =0 .Hence

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64.

R
6
6

Now squaring and adding gives sin P Q P Q

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1 sin cos 1 2 0 sin cos


Tr 1 4 n 2 Cr ix , (sin ce x 0)

65.

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Tr 1 is negative, if i r

is negative and real


i =-1 r =2, 6,10,. Which forms A.P.

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Required number of terms is n


f x 2 x n , f 4 133 , f 5 255

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66.

.s
t

0 r 4n 2
4n 2 2 r 1 4 r n

f 4 2.4n 133
f 5 2.5n 255

..(i)

..(ii)

f 5 f 4 2 5n 4n 122
5n 4n 53 43 n 3

f 4 133 2 43

f x 2 x3 5
f 3 59 and f 2 21

f 3 f 2 38 2 19 2a19b , a 1, b 1

67.

2a 1 1 19b1 1 3 360
.

60
Sum of factors f 3 f 2
2 1
19 1
18
a 10 a 20 25 31a 630 a = -630/31

3 5 7
, ,
,
4 4 4 4

630
10
20
31
31
3
4x
x 3
4
4

a 20

Now,
68.

3
4

3
4

sin x 3 3 sin x 3

69.

by partial differentiation we get

3 3

4 4

f ' x f '0

f ' x 1 f x x c , f 0 0 c 1 c

on integrating w.r.t x we get

f x x 1 f 2 2 1 f 2 1

x 1 y 1 z 3

73.

0;

9 x 2 y 5z 4 0

3n 11
1 n
1 n
y

3k 4
there k

n k 1
n k 1
2
Let the point of the line 2 x y 4 is , 4 2
Equation of chord of contact is 4 y 1 ( x 2 y ) 0
f ( x ) 4 [3 sin x ].[3 sin x ] becomes integer at

We have Yk 3k 4

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72.

ps

71.

Reqd. plane is 2

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70.

r
r
, sin 1 , sin 1 where (0 r 2) number of points of discontinuity
2
3
3
1 2 2 5

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Normals to y2 = 4x and x2 = 4y interms of m are y = mx 2m m3 and


y mx 2

1
m2

1
2m m3 0 am5 2am3 2bm 2 b 0
2
m

ww
w

for common normal 2

.s
t

75.

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atmost 5 common normals.but only one real


76.

77.

a 2 R sin A x sin A

da
dA
x dA
dA
1

x cos A

x cos A
cos A A
dt
dt
2 dt
dt
2
3
A(8, 0), B(0, 12). Midpoint of AB is (4, 6)
Equation to the perpendicular bisector of AB to 2 x 3 y 10 0 ---- (1)
The line through (0, -1) and parallel to x-axis is y = -1 ----(2)
Solving (1) and (2); C (-13/2, -1)
Area of

ABC

78.

y xe

0 12 1 8
12 1
1 80
29 1

8 1 12
182 91 .
2 8 13 / 2 0 1 2 29 / 2 1
2
2
2
0 x
1 x
xe x , 1 x 0
R
.
A

xe
dx
+
xe dx
x
,
1
0
xe
,
0

1 e e e e 0 1 2

xe x e x ]01 + xe x e x ]10
79.

3
Cos 3 x
x x
y1
e c,
3
3

y2 Sin3 x e x x 2 ,

1
1
1 c 1 c 0
3
3
3
4
Cos 3 x
Sin3 x
x
x x
x x
y1
e , y
e 1
3
3
9
12 3
y1 0

80.

r r r
$ $ $
$ $ $
Here F F1 F 2 (4i j 3k ) (3i j k )
ur ur
ur
$ $ $
$ $ $
and d d 2 d 1 (5i 4 j k ) (i 2 j 3k )

7$i 2$j 4$k


4$i 2$j 2$k .

r ur
work done F.d (7$i 2$j 4$k ).($i 2$j 2$k )
7 4 2 2 4 2 28 4 8 40 units.

The order pair (x,y) satisfying x y = 225 are 1, 225 , 3, 75 , 5, 45 , 9, 25 and 15,15 and
order can be changed for first four pairs and both x and y can be negative also. The
required pairs
= 5+ 5 + 4 + 4 =18
Point of intersection of x y 4 0 and 2 x y 7 0

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83.

0 1 2 3 ......100

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100

K 0

1 1 2 6 24 120 720 .....

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81.

Units digits in the above expressions is 4.

(where n>1), for example n = 2, 3, ..

85.

2 2 2 4 16 (or)
2 2 28 256
Unit digit is = 6, hence (6 + 4) = 10.
2x2
by symmetry x
, x y z 1
1 x2
Solution of the given equation is (1, 1, 1).

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84.

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t

22

For expression

sin 1 sin x cos 1 cos y

to be an integer , x should lie


between , and y should lie between [0, ] ,x = 1 ; and y = 1 , 2, 3
2 2

required probability =
86.

3
16

1
3
R 2 r2
[ a + b = 0 angle between pair of lines in 90]
4
4
2

87.
88.

p(x ) 1 c 1/ 3

tan

P 0 x 3 P x 1 P x 2

a
b
c
, tan , tan
x
x
x

1800 tan tan

1
10

89.

tan x 3 and cos x

90.

1
satisfy the given equation
10
x lies in second quadrant n must be an odd integer
Variance is independent of change in origin. Hence both observations will have same
tan x 3, cos x

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VA
1
VB

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variance