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ANSWER KEY

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PART-I (1 Mark)

MATHEMATICS

1.

n

[2.8 + (n 1) 4]

2

s1(n) = s2(n)

s1(n) =

s2(n) =

n

[2.17 + (n 1)2]

2

n

n

[2.8 + (n 1) 4] = [2.17 + (n 1)2]

2

2

2(n 1) = 18

n1=9

n = 10

s1(10) = 5[16 + 36] = 260 = s2(10)

2.

(sin(2x))4 = 1/8

Range x [0, 2]

Let 2x = y

given range

0 x 2

0 2x 4

0 y 4

(sin(2x))4 = 1/8

From above graph we can say,

Total Eight solution

3.

3.r 2 8.r 5

0

4.r 2 3.r 7

3r2 3r 5r + 5 > 0

(3r 5)(r 1) > 0

r ( , 1) (5/3, )

and

4r2 3r + 7 > 0

as

D<0

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4.

a : (b + c) = b : (c + a)

add 1 both side

abc

abc

=

bc

ca

a+b+c=0

5.

xx

3/2

3x

x2

Case - II when base x 1

3x

2

then x3/2 =

x x = 0

2

x0x=

9

4

n2

2

n 1

40

6.

(2x )2

+

2

x 1

20

(2y 1)2

y 0

19

2x + 2y

19

20

y 0

x 1

20

x 1

1

2y

2

19

2x 2 +

2y

x 1

2y

y 0

20

Now

2x 2

and

6

19

(2y

y 0

2y ) = 2 19 (19 1)(39 ) + 2 19 20

6

2

20 21 41

(19 20 39 )

(19 20)

+ 2x

2x

+2

6

6

Page # 84

7.

f(x) = x3 + ax2 + bx + c

Since f(x) has three roots when c = 0

graph can be

Now, graph of

8.

Case - I

Here a = 1

Case II

3

a=1

2

Altitute

2

a=

9.

CE

= tan

CF

CF = a cot a

Now, In GHF

tan =

HF

1 tan

=

GH 2 cot

Solving we get

tan =

10.

2

3

2

sin =

13

R = 5, c = 6, b = 6

S=

=

R=

12 x

,=

2

s( s a )( s b )( s c )

12 x x x 12 x

. . .

2

2 2

2

abc

4

Page # 85

36 x

4 (12 x )x 2 (12 x )

4

36

(12)2 x 2 =

5

36

(12) = x2

5

x = 48/5

11.

Let AP = x1, PQ = x2

Now,

ar( ADE)

1

=

ar( ABC)

2

2

12.

x1

( x1 x 2 )2

1

2

x12 x22 2x1x2 = 0

x1

2 44

x2 =

2

2 1

1

x1

x2 =

1

4

and

sin sin =

1 cos 2

1 cos 2

+

= 3/2

2

2

and

2sin sin =

cos 2 + cos 2 = 1

and

cos ( ) cos ( + ) =

1

2

1

2

...(ii)

2 cos ( + ) cos ( ) = 1

...(i)

From (i) and (ii)

cos ( + ) cos ( ) = cos ( ) cos ( + )

13.

1

2

cos ( + ) =

+=

Area =

1

[x + 2x + 3x] =

2

3x =

x= 4 3

Area = 12 3

and

cos ( ) = 1

3x2

4

3x2

4

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14.

Given : A = B + C

x=y+z

....(i)

A distribute half of his wealth to B & C

x

2

1

2 : 1 i.e.

&

2

3

3

x

Now, A =

2

2 x

B = y + 2

3

1 x

3 2

C=z+

Now, B = A + C

y+

x

x

x

=

+z+

3

6

2

yz=

x

3

3y 3z = x

...(ii)

Let t be fraction that A should distribute and the ratio of distribution is 1 : 2 i.e.

1

2

< .

3

3

Now, A = (1 t)x

B=y+

tx

3

C=z+

2tx

3

z+

2tx

tx

=y+

+ (1 t) x

3

3

z+

tx

= y + x tx

3

3z + tx = 3y + 3x 3tx

4tx = 3 (y z) + 3x

4tx = 3x + x

4tx = 4x

t = 1.

So, A would distribute his whole wealth to B and C.

Fraction is 1.

15.

Put 3 times water of 110 ml to container and take 13 times 25 ml water from container then container

has 5 ml water.

16.

Distance covered in car = 50 4 = 200 km

He move for 1 hr = 20 km

Time take while retraining from town to village time =

Dis tan ce

200

=

= 5 hr

Speed

40

Total time taken = 4 + 1 + 5 = 10

average speed =

420

= 42 km/hr

10

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17.

1 1 1 cubes

total cubes = 64, white = 20, Red = 44

To find minimum number of visible white box

Counting total visible faces of unit cube

Total number of faces of small cube on bigger cube

except boundry cubes = 4 6 = 24

Counting boundry cube = 16 + 8 + 8 = 32

But we have 44 Red cube

cubes which are visible = 56 44 = 12

18.

Multiple of 3 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 36 then n = 5, 8, 11, 14, 17, 20, 23......

Multiple of 5 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55 then n = 8, 13, 18, 23, 28 ......

Now, common two digit numbers are 23, 38, 52, 67, 82, 97.

19.

if start with H1

2 ways

if start with W 1

2 ways

if start with W 2

2 ways

m=8

in case of circle

H1

W2

H1

H2

H2

W2

W1

20.

W1

One student read = 5 newspapers

Number of newspapers read by 300 students

= 5 300

= 1500 newspaper

Number of different newspapers =

1500

= 25.

60

PHYSICS

21.

Hence n = 2

mgT = ma

T = m(ga)

mg

4

22.

C

v

5

5

Between A and B

v2 = u2 = +2a(2s)

Between A and C

v2 = u2 + 2as

from (i) and (ii) v =

24.

238

206

92 U 82 Pb

B

.....(i)

.....(ii)

u2 v 2

2

824 He 601e

Page # 88

CHEMISTRY

31.

1

Using the formula, N = N0

2

N = Amount of substance left after n half lives

No. of half lives (n) =

n=

Half life period

21.2 years

5.3 years

n=4

4

1

20

so, N = 20 =

= 1.25g

16

2

32.

Zinc

Sulphuric

acid

Zinc sulphate

Hydrogen gas

(salt)

Zinc

Sodium

hydroxide

Sodium

Hydrogen gas

zincate

33.

34.

35.

KMnO4 being strong oxidising agent will oxidise Cl ion present in HCl to form chlorine gas.

2KMnO4 + 16 HCl 2KCl + 2MnCl2 + 8H2O + 5Cl2

36.

Order of strength for halogen acids is HI > HBr > HCl > HF

38.

Concentrated sulphuric acid is a dehydrating agent and it burns the organic compounds like sucrose so

the colour of the solution turns black.

Conc .H2SO 4

C12H22O11(s)

12C + 11H2O(g)

Sucrose

(Black)

Oxidation

39.

ZnO+C

Zn + CO

Reduction

40.

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PART-II (2 Mark)

MATHEMATICS

51.

x = x3 + y4

y = 2xy

Two cases

y = 2xy

1.

case -1

y=0&xR

2.

case - 2

x=

1

&yR

2

Now, equation x = x3 + y4

Taking case - I

x = x3

Solution

x = 0, 1, 1

Taking case 2

3

1

1

= + y4

2

2

3

= y4

8

3

y =

8

52.

1/ 4

1 3 1 / 4

Solution set = 2 , 8 ,

1 3 1 / 4

,

2 8

f(1) = 2

f(3) =

f(x) = axn + bxn 1 + cxn 2 .......

If degree 0

f(x) = a = constant

f(1) = f(3) but it is not true

If degree 1

f(x) = ax + b

f(1) = a + b =

2

f(3) = 3a + b =

Two variables & two unknown

a & b can be found uniquly

For

n>1

Let n = 2

ax2 + bx + c

We have 3 variable & only 2 equations can be formed from given condition

Hence infinite such polynomial can be formed

53.

p(1) = 1

p(2) = 1

at least one root between 1 & 2

1

1

Page # 90

C

y

2y

54.

y

B

2x

In MCN, tan =

y

2y

and In ADN, tan (90 ) =

x

x

2y

x

cot =

x

tan = 2 y

2y2 = x2

x

2

y = 1

B ( 2 , 3)

S

x

x

O(0, 0)

55.

(6, 0)

A

a

2

tan =

3

2

3x

x

=

a

2 a

....(i)

and tan =

x

6ax

3

=

6 2

....(ii)

3a

x=

[from (i)]

2x

3

a=

and

6x

2 x = 18 3a 3x

9x

2 x = 18 3 .

x=2

Q'

[from (ii)]

2x

3

102

56.

R'

B

O

Since R can be any point between A & R & hence its corresponding point Q will lie on the arc AQ. Hence

PRA can not be uniquely determined.

Page # 91

3x

57.

2x

C

5y

Given

AB

3

=

CD

2

1

BC

=

5

AD

Let AB = 3x CD = 2x , BC = y, AD = 5y

3x + y + 2x = 5y

5x = 4y

To find AC : BD = (3x + y) : (y + 2x)

3x y

3x 5x / 4

2x y = 2x 5 x / 4

3 5 / 4 12 5

17

=

=

2 5/4

85

13

58.

Let

and

and

r = radius of sphere

R = radius of cone

H = height of cone

4 3

1

r = R2H

3

3

4r3 = R2H

Now,

....(i)

k4r2 = R2 + R R 2 H2

k(4r2) = R2 + R R 2 H2

6

R R 2 16r

4kr = R

R4

1 R 2 16r

R6

r2

4k 2 = 1

R

4kx = 1 +

x=0

16k2x 8k = 16x2

2x2 2k2x + k = 0

4k4 8k = 0

k = 0,

(2)1/3

Let

r2

R2

=x

1 16 x 3

Page # 92

59.

60.

and new 4-digit number is = n2

then m2 n2 = 1111

(m + n)(m n) = 1 1111 or 11 101

Case - I

m + n = 1111

mn=1

m = 556

n = 555

But m2 = is a 4-digit number

Case - II

m + n = 101

m n = 11

m = 56 and n = 44

So, there is only one such 4-digit number.

m , n are integer

1/3 < m/n < 1 ...(i)

m

m

=

n

n

n0

m

= +ve integer

m 1

m=2

Using equation (i)

n = 3, 4, 5

=

2 2 2

m

= , ,

3 4 5

n

PHYSICS

61.

= 0t

1 2

t

2

= 60 5

1

8 25

2

= 300 100

= 200 radian

100

32rev./s

~

or n =

62.

= volume of water density LV

= 100 (103)2 1103 22.5 105 J

= 22.5 1016 J

Number of bombs =

63.

Req =

22.5 1016

2250 ~

2000

1014

5r 5 1 5

6

6

6

V 10 volt

So, I =

V 10 6

12A

R

5

Page # 93

64.

45 10 3

15 10 5 s

8

3 10

t = 15 105 second

t=

65.

27

T=

360

15 10 5

N=

1

1

1000

= 250 rev/s

3

T 4 10

4

size of object, h1 = 1000m, size of image, h2 = 0.2 m

image is real, so

h2 v

4

h u v 2 10 u

1

1 1 1

f v u

1=

1

1

2 10 4 u u

u = 5000 m or u = 5 km

CHEMISTRY

66.

N1V1 = N2V2

36 V1 = 3 V2

V2

V1

= 12

67.

Iron Oxygen Water

Hydrated Ferric oxide

(Rust)

68.

Solubility of KNO3 at 30 C = 40 g/100 ml

Decrease in solubility when KNO3 solution is cooled from 90C to 30C = 200 40 = 160 g/100ml

69.

Yeast

KMnO 4

2C H OH

CH3COOH

C6H12O6

2 5

2CO

2

70.

(CH3COO)2 Pb + SO2 PbS

(Black Precipitate)

Cu + SO2 CuS

(Black

O2

mirror)

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