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No # 1

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CT-01

Date: 09-09-2012

PAPER1

Paper-1

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Subject

Nature of Questions

1 to 18

SCQ

18

54

18

18

54

18

18

54

18

Physics

19 to 24

25 to 42

SCQ

Chemistry

43 to 48

49 to 66

SCQ

Maths

67 to 72

Total

Total

72

Total

216

SECTION - I

Straight Objective Type

This section contains 18 multiple choice questions. Each question has choices (A), (B), (C) and (D),

out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

[k.M - I

lh/ksoLrqfu"B izd kj

bl [k.M esa18 cgq& fod Yih iz'u gSA izR;sd iz'u d s4 fod Yi (A), (B), (C) rFkk(D) gSa, ft uesalsflQ Z,d lgh gSA

1.

(3x 2)

(A)

Sol.

dx =

( 3 x 2) 6

+C

6

(3x 2)

(B*)

( 3 x 2) 6

+C

18

(C) 18

dx

3x + 2 = t

3dx = dt

dx =

=

2.

dt

3

(3x 2)5 dx =

dt 1 t 6

+C

3 3 6

( 3 x 2) 6

+C

18

dy

d k eku

dx

(B*) 16

y = x3 + x2 + 2 rksx = 2 ij

(A) 14

Sol.

dy

= 3x2 + 2x

dx

= 3 22 + 2 2

= 16

dy

at x = 2 is :

dx

gksxk :

JBC(XI)_Paper-1_09-09-12_Pg.No # 2

3.

(A) 9 m

(B)

13 m

(C)

29 m

(D*)

45 m

Sol.

R=

4.

32 62 =

B

A 2 i 3 j 4 k and B 4 i 6 j 8 k then. is equal to :

A

B

xk &

A 2 i 3 j 4 k rFkk B 4 i 6 j 8 k gSrks d k eku gks

A

(A) 2

Sol.

45 m

(B) +2

1

(C)

2

B

(D*) is meaning less (vFkZ

ghu gS)

A

5.

Sol.

6.

lgh d Fku pqfu, &

(A) Scalar product of two non-zero colinear vectors is zero.

(B*) Vector product of two non-zero colinear vectors is zero.

(C) If vector product of two non-zero vectors is zero than they must be parallel.

(D) none of the above

(A) nksv'kw

U; lajs[kh; lfn'kksak d kvfn'k xq.kuQ y 'kwU; gksrk gSA

(B*) nksv'kw

U; lajs[kh; lfn'kksakd klfn'kxq.kuQ y 'kwU; gksrkgSA

(C) ;fn nksv'kw

U; lfn'kksd k lfn'kxq.kuQ y 'kwU; gSrksoslekUrj gksaxsA

(D) bues

alsd ksbZugha

A B = | A || B | sin = 0 for = 0 or 180.

The minimum possible resultant of vectors of magnitude 10 N, 5 N and 3 N is :

lfn'kksaft ud sifjek.k 10 N, 5 N rFkk 3 N d sifj.kkeh d k U;wure eku fuEu gksld rk gS:

(A*) 2 N

(B) 3 N

(C) 0 N

(D) none of these bueslsd ks

bZ

ugha

Sol.

R = 10 5 3 = 2

JBC(XI)_Paper-1_09-09-12_Pg.No # 3

7.

A balloon of Mass M is rising vertically upwards with constant velocity under the action of constant force and

its weight. If some mass m is removed from balloon then acceleration becomes (Assume that constant force

remains same and acceleration due to gravity is g) :

M nz

O;eku d k,d xqCckjkfu;r cy rFkkbld sHkkj d sHkko esafu;r osx ls ij mB jgkgSA ;fn xqCckjslsd qN nzO;eku

m gVk fn;k t k, rksxq

Cckjsd k Roj.k gksxkA (fu;r cy d ks,d leku ekusaA xq: Roh; Roj.k g gS:

mg

Mg

(B)

(M m)

(M m)

Initialy to balance Mg, F = Mg

kjEHk easlkE;koLFkk esaMg, F = Mg

(A*)

Sol.

(C)

(M m)

g

(M m)

(D) g

Mg

afterwards

8.

bld sckn

F (M m)

g=a

Mm

Velocity of rain w.r.t. ground is ( 3 i 3 j ) m/s. If rain appears to be falling vertically to a man, then velocity

of man w.r.t. ground in m/s is

t ehu d slkis{kckfj'kd kosx ( 3 i 3 j ) m/s gSA ,d vknehd ksckfj'k /okZ/kj fxjrhgqbZrhr gksrhgSrksvknehd k

osx t ehu d slkis{k m/s esagksxk

j

i

(A) 3 i

9.

(B*) 3 i

(C) 3 j

(D) 3 j

TA

If tension in string A and string B are T A and T B then find out T (assume that strings are light and

B

g = 10 m/s 2) :

TA

;fn jLlh A rFkkjLlh B esaruko e'k%T A rFkkT B gksrks T Kkr d jksA (ekukjfLl;kgYd h rFkk g = 10 m/s2) :

B

1

(A)

(B*) 1

(C)

TC

2

Sol.

TC

2

TC

TB

= TA = TB.

TA

(D) 2

JBC(XI)_Paper-1_09-09-12_Pg.No # 4

10.

Positiontime graph for a particle moving along x-direction is as shown in the figure. Average speed of the

particle from t = 0 to t = 4 is :

x-v{k d svuq

fn'k xfr'khy d .k d sfy, fLFkfr≤ o fp=k esanf'kZr gSAt = 0 lst = 4 rd d .k d h vkSl r pky gS:

(A*)

15

m/s

4

(B)

10

m/s

3

(C)

5

m/s

2

(D)

5

m/s

4

5 10

15

=

m/s.

4

4

Sol.

11.

Two particle A and B are projected as shown in figure. Maximum height is same for both the particles. uA and

uB are initial speeds of A and B respectively then :

nksd .kksaA rFkkB d ksfp=kkuql kj {ksfir fd ;kt krkgSA nksauksd .kksad hvf/kd re p kbZleku gSA A rFkkB d hkjfEHkd pky

uA rFkk uB gksrks:

Sol.

12.

(A*) uA < uB

TA = TB

uAsinA = uB sinB

A > B

uA < uB .

(B) uA > uB

(C) uA = uB

(D) TB > TA

If a force F acts on a body of mass m it produces an acceleration of magnitude a. Then acceleration of the

same body in the situation shown in figure :

m nz

O;eku d h oLrqij vkjksfir cy F, a ifjek.k d k Roj.k mRiUu d jrk gSrksbl oLrqd sfy, uhpsnf'kZr fLFkfr esa

Roj.kKkr d jks

2F

120

120

120

F

(A) 2a

Sol.

(B) 0

(C) a

Fnet 3 F

F

So,

13.

(D*) 3a

vr%a = 3a

F

F

Find out velocity of block B in the given figure : (all the pulleys are ideal and string are inextensible massless)

fn;sx;sfp=k esaB d kosx Kkr d jks: (lHkhf?kjfu;kavkn'kZgSrFkk lHkh jfLl;kanzO;ekughu rFkk vfoLrkfjr gS)

JBC(XI)_Paper-1_09-09-12_Pg.No # 5

20 m/s

j

i

80 m/s

A

(A) 80 m/s j

Sol.

(B) 40 m/s j

(C*) 0 m/s

+ =0

(D) 80 m/s j

20 m/s

20 + 20 x = 0

l2

x = 40

x

3 + 4 = 0

l3

l4

40 y + 40 80 = 0

y

B

80 m/s

y=0

14.

Sol.

l1

A particle is moving along straight line with initial velocity +7 m/sec and uniform acceleration 2 m/sec2. The

distance travelled by the particle in 4th second of its motion is :

,d d .kljy js[kkd svuqfn'kizkjfEHkd osx +7 m/sec rFkkle: i Roj.k2 m/sec2 lsxfr'khy gSA bld hxfr d snkSjku

4th lS

d .M esad .k }kjk r; nwjh gS:

(A) 0

(B) 0.25 m

(C*) 0.5 m

(D) 7 m

Distance travelled r; nw

jh = |S33.5| + |S3.5 4 |

=

1 0

0 ( 1)

0 .5

0. 5

2

2

= 0.25 + 0.25

= 0.5 m.

15.

A particle is moving along straight line whose position x at time t is described by x = t3 t2 where x is in

meters and t is in seconds. Then the average acceleration from t = 2 sec. to t = 4 sec. is :

ljy js[kkd svuqfn'kxfr'khy d .kd hfLFkfr x le; t d slkFkx = t3 t2 }kjknht krhgS

A ;gkWx-ehVj esarFkkle;&lSd .M

esagSA t = 2 sec. lst = 4 sec. d se/; vkSl r Roj.k D;k gksxk :

(A*) 16 m/s2

(B) 18 m/s2

(C) 22 m/s

(D) 10 m/s2

Sol.

v=

dx

= 3t2 2t

dt

v4 = 3 42 2 4 = 40

v2 = 3 22 2 2 = 8

<a> =

=

16.

v4 v2

42

40 8

= 16 m/s2.

42

Two men A and B, A standing on the extended floor nearby a building and B is standing on the roof of the

building. Both throw a stone towards each other. Then which of the following will be correct.

JBC(XI)_Paper-1_09-09-12_Pg.No # 6

nksO;fDr A o B, A p sQ 'kZij ,d ehukj d sut nhd [kM+kgSrFkkB ehukj d h Nr ij [kM+kgSA nksuksa,d nwl jsd hvksj

iRFkj Q Sad rsgSad kSulkd Fku lR; gSA

] ijUrqB lsugha

(B) stone will hit B, but not A iRFkj B lsVd jkrk gS

] ijUrqA lsugha

(C) stone will not hit either of them, but will collide with each other

(D*) none of these. mijks

Dr esalsd ksbZugha

Sol.

(D)

Path of stone thrown by one person wirht respect to other person is not straight line but parabolic hence

neither stone will hit any person. Condition of collision will depend upon direction as well as velocities of

projection which are not given.

,d O;fDr d slkis{knwl jsO;fDr d kiFkljy js[kkughagksxkcfYd ijoy;kd kj gksxkA vr%d ksbZHkhiRFkj vknehlsugha

Vd jkrkA VDd j d h 'krZfn'kkd slkFk&lkFk iz{ksi.k osx ij Hkh fuHkZj d jrhgSA t ksughafn;k x;k gSA

17.

In the given figure, if velocity of block C at a particular instant is 20 m/s j , then velocity of rod (A) at that

instant will be : (string is attached to wedge)

fn;sx;sfp=kesafd lh{k.kCy kWd C d kosx 20 m/s j gksrksNM+(A) d kbl {k.kij osx D;kgksxk: (l string is attached

to wedge)

j

B

= 37

C

(A*) 15 m/s j

(B) 15 m/s j

Sol.

l2

37

l1

C

1 + 2 = 0

20 u = 0

u = 20 m/s

By wedge constraint

u sin 37 = cos 37

=u

3

= 15 m/s

4

= 15 j

(C) 20 m/s j

(D) 20 m/s j

JBC(XI)_Paper-1_09-09-12_Pg.No # 7

18.

Sol.

A block of mass 10 kg is placed on a horizontal ground surface as shown in the figure and a force F = 100 N

is applied on the block as shown in the figure. The block is at rest with respect to ground. The contact force

between block and ground is : (Take g = 10 m/s2)

10 kg nz

O;eku d kCykWd {kSfrt lrg ij fp=kkuql kj j[kkgSrFkkfp=kkuql kj F = 100 N cy CYkWkd ij vkjksfir gSA kjEHk

esaCykWd t ehu d slkis{k fLFkj gSrkst ehu rFkk CykWd d se/; lEid Zcy gksxk : (g = 10 m/s2)

(A) 50 N

F sin30 = 50 N

So normal is 50 N

(B*) 100 N

and rFkkfmax = N = 100 N > Fcos 30

So block is in equlibrium

(C) 50 5 N

(D) 50 2 N

100

Cy kWd lkE;koLFkkesagSvr%

120

R F Mg 0

R ( F Mg )

100

R = 100 N

SECTION - II

Comprehension Type

This section contains 3 paragraphs. Based upon each paragraph, 2 multiple choice questions have to

be answered. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

[k.M - II

c) cks/ku d kj

bl [k.M esa3 vuqPNsn (paragraphs) gSA R;sd vuqPNsn ij vk/kkfjr 2 cgq& fod Yih'u d smkj nsus gSA R;sd 'u

d s4 fod Yi (A), (B), (C) rFkk(D) gS, ft uesalsflQ Z,d lgh gSA

Paragraph for Question Nos. 19 to 20

iz'u 19 ls20 d sfy , v uqPNsn

Water is flowing in a river from left to right with velocity 4 m/s as shown in figure. The width of river is 60m. The

swimmer 'A' can swim with speed 5 m/s with respect to water :

unh esaikuh fp=kkuql kj ck,WlsnkW, rjQ 4 m/s osx lsizokfgr gSA unh d h pkSM +kbZ60m gSA rSjkd A ikuh d slkis{k

5 m/s lsrS

j ld rk gS:

19.

If the swimmer wants to cross the river in minimum time, then this minimum time taken by swimmer to cross

the river is :

;fn rSjkd U;wure~le; esaunh ikj d juk pkgsrksunh d ksikj d jusesafy;k x;k U;wure~le; gS:

(A) 20 sec.

(B) 15 sec.

(C*) 12 sec.

(D) None of these bues

alsd ksbZughaA

20.

If the swimmer swims in such a way that his displacement in the direction of river flow is zero then the angle

between his velocity with respect to river and direction of river flow is :

;fn rSjkd bl izd kj rSjrkgSfd unhizokg d svuqfn'kbld kfoLFkkiu 'kwU; gS]rksunhd slkis{kbld sosx rFkkunhizokg

d h fn'kk d se/; d ks.k gksxk:

JBC(XI)_Paper-1_09-09-12_Pg.No # 8

(A) 127

(B*) 143

(C) 37

(D) 53

Sol.(19 to 20)

For crossing the river in minimum time, he must swim perpendicular to river flow

width

60

t = velocity of swimmer w.r.t. river =

= 12 sec.

5

So,

Ans.

vr%,

So

t=

unh d h pkSMkbZ

60

=

= 12 sec.

rSjkd d k unh d slkis{k osx

5

vr%, S = 12 41 m

Ans.

Ans.

5m/s

4m/s

5 sin = 4

sin =

4

5

= 53

So, required angle is 90 + 53 = 143

vr%, vko';d d ks.k 90 + 53 = 143

Ans.

Ans.

iz'u 21 ls22 d sfy , v uqPNsn

Comprehension2 : (21 to 22)

A particle is projected with velocity 50 m/s such that its initial velocity makes an angle 37 with east

direction and is in vertical plane. The particle has constant acceleration 10 m/s 2 towards north due to

wind and 10 m/s 2 downwards due to gravity.

,d d .k50 m/s d sosx lsbl izd kj iz{ksfir fd ;kt krkgSfd bld kizkjfEHkd osx /okZ/kj ry esaiwoZfn'kkls37 d ks.k

cukrkgSA gokd sd kj.kd .kd ksfu;r Roj.k10 m/s2 mkj d hrjQ rFkkxq: Ro d sd kj.k10 m/s2 uhpsd hrjQ izkIr

gksrkgSA

21.

(A) 10 sec.

22.

(B) 8 sec.

alsd ksbZughaA

(C*) 6 sec.

N

(A*)

E

S

Sol.(21 to 22)

(B) W

E

S

(C) W

E

S

(D) W

E

S

JBC(XI)_Paper-1_09-09-12_Pg.No # 9

ij

W

30m/s

50m/s

37

40m/s

10m/s2

uhps

,D rjQ lsns[kusij

T=

2 30

= 6 sec.

10

Ans.

10m/s

D.k d k iFk

uhps

W

E

ij

S

40m/s

2

10m/s

30m/s

ij l sns

[kusij

iz'u

23

Two bodies A and B of masses 10 kg and 5 kg are placed very slightly separated as shown in figure. The

coefficient of friction between the floor and the blocks is = 0.4. Block A is pushed by an external force

F. The value of F can be changed. When the friction between block A and ground reaches the limiting

value, block A will start pressing block B and when friction of B also reaches the limiting value, block B

will start pressing the vertical wall (take g = 10 m/s 2)

nksfi.M A o B ft ud snzO;eku 10 kg o 5 kg gScgqr gh d e nwjh ij j[ksx;sgSt Sl k fp=k esanf'kZr gSA fi.M v kSj

ry d schp ?k"kZ.k xq.kkad = 0.4. gSA fi.M A d ksck; cy F l s/kd sy k t krk gSA F d k eku ifjorZu'khy gSA t c

fi.M A vkSj t ehu d schp osfYMax VwV t krh gSA rc fi.M A, fi.M B d ksnckuk izkjEHk d jrk gSA t c fi.M B d h

osfYMax VwV t krh gSrksfi.M B /okZ/kj nhokj d ksnckuk kjEHk d jrh gSA

JBC(XI)_Paper-1_09-09-12_Pg.No # 10

23.

;fn F = 20 N, rksfi.M A, fi.M B d ksfd ruscy l snck;sxk &

(A) 10 N

(B) 20 N

(C) 30 N

(D*) Zero 'kw

U;

Sol. If F = 20 N, 10 kg block will not move and it would not press 5 kg block So N = 0.

;fn F = 20 N, 10 kg d k Cy kWd xfr ughad jsxk rFkk ;g 5 kg d sCy kWd d ksughanck;sxk vr% N = 0

24.

What should be the minimum value of F, so that block B can press the vertical wall

F d k U;w

ure eku D;k gksxk , ft ld sd kj.k CykWd B /okZ/kj nhokj d ksnck ld saA

(A) 20 N

(B) 40 N

(C*) 60 N

(D) 80 N

Sol. If F = 50 N, force on 5 kg block = 10 N

;fn F = 50 N, rks5 kg d sCy kWd ij cy = 10 N y xsxkA

So friction force = 10 N

v r% ?k"kZ.k cy = 10 N

TEST PATTERN

CT-01 Date : 09.09.2012

Physical Syllabus

Mole Concept, Atomic Structure & Gaseous State

Paper-1

SCQ (8)

Paper-1

Q.No.

Subject

1 to 18

Nature of Questions

SCQ

18

54

18

18

54

18

18

54

18

Physics

19 to 24

25 to 42

SCQ

Chemistry

43 to 48

49 to 66

SCQ

Maths

67 to 72

Total

Total

72

Total

216

Paper-2

Paper-1

Physical SCQ (10)

SECTION - I

This section contains 18 questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for its answer, out of

which ONLY ONE is correct.

bl [k.M esa18 iz'u gSaA izR;sd iz'u d s4 fod Yi (A), (B), (C) rFkk (D) gSa]ft uesalsflQ Z,d lgh gSA

25.

Which of the following sets of quantum numbers can be correct for an electron in 4f-orbitals :

4f-d {kd es

a,d by sDVkWu d sfy, pkjksaDokaVe la[;kvksad k d kSulk lewg lR; gS%

1

2

1

(C*) n = 4, = 3, m = +1, s = +

2

For n = 4, 4, for = 3, m 4

n = 4 d sfy , 4, = 3 d sfy , m 4

(A) n = 3, = 2, m = 2, s = +

Sol.

gy .

26.

1

2

1

(D) n = 4, = 3, m = +4, s = +

2

(B) n = 4, = 4, m = 4, s =

A solution of density 'd' has mole fraction of solute 'a' and the mole fraction of solvent is 'b'. Molar mass of

solute and solvent is m and M respectively. Molarity of solution can be calculated by formula :

(A)

a

d

1000

m bM

(B)

a d 1000

b d 1000

(C*) am bM

am bM

?kuRo 'd' d k,d foy;u]foys; d hekys &fHkUu 'a' o foyk;d d heksy fHkUu 'b' j[krkgSA foys; o foyk;d d keksy j nzO;eku

e'k%m rFkk M gSaA fuEu lw=k }kjk foy;u d h eksy jrk d ksifjd fy r fd ;k t k ld rk gS %

27.

a

d

1000

m bM

a d 1000

b d 1000

(C*)

(D) x.kuk ughad h t k ld rh

am bM

am bM

An ion of a hypothetical element, Xn+ having mass number equal to 19 is iso-electronic with oxygen atom.

What will be the value of 'n', if it contains (Z + 1) neutrons (where z is atomic number of X) :

(A*) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 4

n+

,d d kYifud rRo d k vk;u X gSA bld h nzO;eku la[;k 19 gSrFkk ;g vkWDlht u ijek.kqd slkFklebySDVkWfud gSA

'n' d k eku D;k gks

xk];fn ;g (Z + 1) U;wVkWu j[krk gS%(t gkaz, X d k ijek.kq ekad gS) :

(A*) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 4

Page No. # 1

(A)

(B)

Sol.

Z + Z + 1 = 19

n=98=1

or Z = 9

28.

A sample of SO3(g) contains 6.02 10y molecules and has mass equal to the mass of 5.6 litres O2(g) at STP.

y is (NA = 6.02 1023) :

SO3 xS

l d k ,d izkn'kZ6.02 10y v.kqj[krk gSrFkk bld k nzO;eku STP ij 5.6 yhVj O2 xSl d scjkcj gksrk gSA y

fuEu gS(NA = 6.02 1023) %

(A) 21

(B*) 22

(C) 23

(D) 24

Sol.

Mass of O2 gas =

5 .6

32 = 8 gm

22.4

Molecules are

8

1

=

80 10

1

6.02 1023

10

= 6.02 1022

gy %

O2 xS

l

d k nzO;eku =

SO3 xS

l

d seksy =

5 .6

32 = 8 gm

22.4

8

1

=

80 10

= 6.02 1022

29.

Consider three electron jumps described below for the hydrogen atom

X:

n = 3 to

n=1

Y:

n = 4 to

n=2

Z:

n = 5 to

n=3

For which transition will the electron experience the longest change in orbit radius ?

(A) X

(B) Y

(C*) Z

(D) Same for each transition

X:

Y:

Z:

n=3

n=4

n=5

to

to

to

n=1

n=2

n=3

(A) X

30.

(B) Y

(C*) Z

(D) iz

R;sd

In a photoelectric experiment, kinetic energy of photoelectrons was plotted against the frequency of incident

radiation (), as shown in the figure. Which of the following statement is correct?

(B*) The slope of this straight line is equal to Plancks constant.

(C) As the frequency of incident photon increases beyond threshold frequency, kinetic energy of photoelectrons

decreases.

(D) It is impossible to obtain such a graph.

izd k'kfo|qr iz;ksx esa]fp=kesan'kkZ;svuql kj Q ksVksbysDVkWuksad hxfrt t kZo vkifrr fofd j.k() d hvko`fr d se/; xzkQ

Page No. # 2

(A) ns

gy hvko`fk1

gSA

(B*) bl lh/kh js

[kk d k <ky Iy kad fu;rkad d scjkcj gSA

(C) t S

l svkifrr Q ksVksu d h vko`fk nsgyh vko`fk lsc<+rh gS]Q ksVksbysDVkWuksd h xfrt t kZ?kV t krh gSA

(D) bl iz

d kj d kxzkQ izkIr d jukvlEHako gSA

31.

Spin only magnetic moments of V (Z = 23), Cr (Z = 24) and Mn (Z = 25) are x, y, z in their ground state.

Hence :

vk| voLFkk esa]V (Z = 23), Cr (Z = 24) o Mn (Z = 25) d k d soy p .k pqEcd h; vk?kw.kZ e'k%x, y, z gSvr%

(A) x = y = z

(B) x < y < z

(C*) x < z < y

(D) z < y < x

32.

(......NH3 + ....... O2 ...... NO + ..... H2O)

6.8 g veks

fu;k d slkFk f ;k d jusd sfy , O2 d svko';d eksy ksad h la[;k gS%

(......NH3 + ....... O2 ...... NO + ..... H2O)

(A) 5

(B) 2.5

(C) 1

Sol.

2NH3 +

5

O 2NO + 3H2O

2 2

y &eksy

nNH3

2

(D*) 0.5

fo'ys"k.kls)

nO2

5/2

nO 2

6.8

17 = 5

2

2

33.

What will be molality of 1% w/w sucrose solution in water (molar mass of sucrose = 342 gram)

t y esa1% Hkkj/Hkkj (w/w) lq ksl foy;u d h eksy yrk D;k gksxhA (lq ksl d k eksy j nzO;eku = 342 xzke)

(A) 0.06 m

(B*) 0.03 m

(C) 0.09 m

(D) 0.12 m

Sol.

m=

34.

A man consumes 100 gram glucose (C6H12O6) to get energy and converts all carbon atoms present in

glucose into CO2 gas. What will be volume of CO2 gas thus released at STP.

,d O;fDr Xywd kls (C6H12O6) d s100 xz

ke d kmi;ksx t kZizkIr d jusd sfy, d jrkgSrFkkXyqd ksl esamifLFkr lHkhd kcZu

1 1000

342 99

ijek.kqv ksad ksCO2 xSl esaifjofrZr d jrk gSbl izd kj STP ij eqDr CO2 xSl d k vk;ru D;k gksxk \

(A) 6.22 Litre

buesalsd ksbZ

ugha

Sol.

100

10

6 = nCO2 =

180

3

Page No. # 3

10

22.4 = 74.61 litre

3

volume of CO2 =

Sol.

;qDr

d jusij)

100

10

6 = nCO2 =

180

3

CO2 d k vk;ru =

10

22.4 = 74.61 litre

3

35.

Sol.

2nd vk;uu t kZd k lgh e d kS

ulk gSa?

(A) Si < S < P < Cl

(B) Si < P < S < Cl

Valence shell configuration

on

Si+

2s1

+

P

2p2

+

S

sp3

+

Cl

sp4

+

Clearly S has half filled orbital.

la;kst hd ks'kfoU;kl

vk;u

Si+

P+

S+

Cl+

2s1

2p2

sp3

sp4

36.

(B) fLFkfr

(C*) f ;kRed

fn;sx;s;kSfxd gSa%

(A) Ja

`[kykleko;oh

37.

leko;oh

leko;oh

(D) e/;ko;oh

,

(A*) 3

,

(B) 4

,

(C) 5

(D) 6

Page No. # 4

Sol.

38.

fuEu esalsfd l ;kSfxd esafLFkfr leko;oh lEHko ughagS?

(A)

39.

(B)

(C*)

(D)

& (rFkk)

(A*)

(C)

Sol.

& (rFkk)

&

rFkk

40.

Sol.

(B)

& (rFkk)

(D)

& (rFkk)

are metamers

e/;ko;oh gSA

(A*) F

(B) F

(C) O

2

F, F , O o O es

alsfuEure~f=kT;k j[kusoky h Lih'kht d kSulh gS%

(A) F

(B) F

(C) O

Correct order of radius : F < O < F < O2. So, largest species is O2.

f=kT;k d k lgh e : F < O < F < O2. vr% lclscM+h Lih'kht O2 gSA

(D) O2

(D) O2

41.

fuEu esalsZ- izHkko d sc<+usd k lgh e gS?

(A*) O2 < F < Na+ < Mg2+

(B) O2 > F > Na+ > Mg2+

(C) O2 > F < Na+ < Mg2+

(D) O2 < F < Na+ > Mg2+

42.

From the ground state electronic configurations of the elements given below, pick up to one with highest

value of second ionization enthalpy :

uhpsrRoksad svk| voLFkkbysDVkWfud vfHkfoU;kl fn;sx;sgSaA buesalsml rRo d svfHkfoU;kl d kp;u fd ft ;sft ld s

fy , f}rh; ,UFkSYih d k eku vf/kd re gS%

Sol.

gy

(B*) 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s1

(C) 1s2 2s2 2p6

(D) 1s2 2s2 2p5.

Here, IE2 involves the removal of an electron from the inert gas configuration (1s2 2s2 p6).

;gkIE2 lsrkRi;Zvf ; xSl vfHkfoU;kl (1s2 2s2 p6) ls,d bysDVkWu fud kyusd sfy, vko';d t kZlsgSA

Page No. # 5

SECTION - II

Comprehension Type

This section contains 3 paragraphs. Based upon each paragraph, there are 2 questions. Each question has

4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

[k.M - II

cks/ku d kj

bl [k.M esa 3 vuqPNsn (paragraphs) gSA R;sd vuqPNsn ij vk/kkfjr 2 'u gSA R;sd 'u d s 4 fod Yi

(A), (B), (C) rFkk(D) gS, ft ues

alsflQ Z,d l gh gSA

Physical Comprehension : (2)

Paragraph for Question Nos. 43 to 44

iz'u 43 l s44 d sfy , v uqPN sn

H2SO4 is one of the important chemical reagent.

On large scale it is prepared by contact process.

Reactions involved are.

(i) S8 + O2 SO2

(ii) Oxidation of SO2

catalyst

2SO2 + O2

2 SO3

Assume 100% yield of all the reactions.

H2SO4 ,d egRoiw

.kZjklk;fud vfHkd eZd gSA

blesafughr vfHkf ;k;safuEu gSa&

(i) S8 + O2 SO2

(ii) SO2 d kvkW

Dlhd j.k

catalyst

2SO2 + O2

2 SO3

43.

Sol.

H2SO4 d s24.5 Kg iz

kIr d jusd sfy;sfd rusxzke S8 d h vko';d rk gS%

(A*) 8 Kg

(B) 500 gm

(C) 800 gm

Mole of H2SO4 =

mole of S8 =

1

250 32 8 = 8000 gm

8

H2SO4 d seks

y =

S8 d seks

y =

S8

d k Hkkj =

24.5 10 3

= 250

98

1

250

8

weight of S8 =

Sol.

(D) 8000 Kg

24.5 10 3

= 250

98

1

250

8

1

250 32 8 = 8000 gm

8

Page No. # 6

44.

Calculate volume of air at STP containing 20% O2 by mole to oxidise 5 mole of SO2 in step (ii)

in (ii) esa]SO2 d s5 eksy d ksvkWDlhd `r d jusd sfy ;s]eksy ls20% O2 j[kusokyh ok;qd svk;ru d h x.kuk d hft ;sA

(STP ij)

(A) 2000 litre

(B)

25

litre

2

buesalsd ksbZ

ugh

Sol.

5

2

mole of O2 =

mole of air =

25

2

volume of air =

Sol.

O2 d seks

y =

25

22.4 = 280 litre

2

5

2

ok;qd seksy =

25

2

ok;qd k vk;ru =

25

22.4 = 280 litre

2

iz'u 45 l s46 d sfy , v uqPN sn

If we want to find, which energy level of one H-like species (A) has same energy as energy level of another Hlike species (B), then we can simply equate their energies.

;fn ge Kkr d jukpkgrsgSfd ,d H-leku Lih'khT+k(A) d sd kSuls t kZLrj d h t kZ],d vU; H-leku Lih'khT+k(B)

ZA2

ZB2

i.e. (vFkkZ

r) E0 n 2 = E0 n 2

A

B

ZA

ZB

n = n

A

B

ZA

nA = Z nB

B

Hence the energy level in He+ having same energy as 2nd energy level of H-atom is :

vr%He+ esa t kZLrj ; H-ijek.kqd s2nd t kZLrj d sleku t kZj[krk gS:

n=

2

1 = 2.

1

45.

The transition of an electron in the Li2+ ion from n2 to n1 would have the same wavelength as the transition

of electron from n = 4 to n = 2 of the He+ ion. What is the value of (n1 + n2) ?

Li2+ vk;u es

an2 lsn1 esa,d by sDVkWu d sla e.k d sfy, rjax}S/;Zd k eku He+ vk;u esan = 4 lsn = 2 rd by sDVkWu

Sol.

(A) 5

(B) 6

(C) 8

(D*) 9

The transition of an electron in the Li2+ ion from n2 = 6 to n1 = 3 would have the same wavelength as the

transition of electron from n = 4 to n = 2 of the He+ ion.

Page No. # 7

Sol.

2+

Li

n1 + n2 = 6 + 3 = 9

vk;u esan2 = 6 lsn1 = 3 esa,d

bysDVkWu d sla e.k d sfy , rjax}S/;Zd k eku He+ vk;u esan = 4 lsn = 2 rd

n1 + n2 = 6 + 3 = 9

46.

Which electronic in 2He+ will produce same energy photon as is produced by 4Be3+ from 4 to 2 ?

(A) 8 4

(B*) 2 1

(C) 16 8

+

2He

esad kSulsbysDVkWfud la e.klsizkIRkQ ksVksu d h t kZ4Be3+ esa4 ls2 la e.k}kjkizkIr Q ksVksu d h t kZd sleku

gksrhgS?

(A) 8 4

(B*) 2 1

(C) 16 8

(D) bues

alsd ksbZugha

Sol.

Be 3

2,

4

2

2

2 He

2

4

4

4

=2

=1

So, 2 1.

Paragraph for Question Nos. 47 to 48

iz'u 47 l s48 d sfy , v uqPN sn

The amount of energy required to remove the most loosely bound electron from an isolated gaseous atom is

called as first ionization energy (E1). Similarly the amount of energies required to knock out second, third

etc. electrons from the isolated gaseous cations are called successive ionization energies and E3 > E2 >

E1.

(i) Nuclear charge (ii) Atomic size (iii) penetration effect of the electrons (iv) shielding effect of the inner

electrons and (v) electronic configurations (exactly half filled & completely filled configurations are extra

stable) are the important factors which affect the ionisation energies.

Similarly the amount of energy released when a neutral isolated gaseous atom accepts an extra electron to

form gaseous anion is called electron affinity.

X (g) + e (g) X (g) + energy

A positive electron affinity indicates that the ion X has a lower more negative energy than the neutral atom X.

The second electron affinity for the addition of a second electron to an initially neutral atom is negative

because the electron repulsion out weighs the nuclear attraction, e.g.,

Exothermic

O(g) + e

Endothermi c

O(g) + e O2(g) ; Ea = 780 kJ mol1

.............. (i)

.............. (ii)

The electron affinity of an element depends upon (i) atomic size (ii) Nuclear charge & (iii) electronic configuration.

In general, ionisation energy and electron affinity increases as the atomic radii decrease and nuclear charge

increases across a period. In general, in a group, ionisation energy and electron affinity decrease as the

atomic size increases.

The members of third period have some higher (e.g. S and Cl) electron affinity values than the members of

second period (e.g. O and F) because second period elements have very small atomic size. Hence there is

a tendency of electron-electron repulsion, which results in less evolution of energy in the formation of

corresponding anion.

Page No. # 8

v uqPN sn # 2

,d foyfxr xSl h; ijek.kqd s<hysca/ksbysDVkWu d ksi`Fkd ~d jusd sfy, vko';d t kZd hek=kkd ksizFke vk;uu

t kZ(E1) d grsgSA blhizd kj foyfxr xSl h; /kuk;u lsf}rh;]r`rh; vkfn bysDVkWu d ksi`Fkd ~d jusd sfy, vko';d

t kZd h ek=kk d ks ekxr vk;uu t kZ,sad grsgSvkSj E3 > E2 > E1A

(i) ukfHkd h; vkos

'k(ii) ijek.oh; vkd kj (iii) bysDVkWu d k Hksnu izHkko (iv) vkrafjd bysDVkWu d k ifjj{k.k izHkko vkSj (v)

by sDVksfud foU;kl v) Ziwfjr vkSj iw.kZiwfjr foU;kl d kvfrfjDr LFkk;hRo vk;uu foHko d ksizHkkfor d jrsgSA

blhizd kj t c ,d mnklhu foyfxr xSl h; ijek.kq,d vfrfjDr by sDVkWu xzg.kd j xSl h; _ .kk;u cukrkgSvkSj t ks t kZ

fud yrh gS]mlsbysDVkWu ca/kqrk d grsgSA

X (g) + e (g) X (g) + t kZ

/kukRed bys

DV

kWu cU/kqrk;g n'kkZrhgSfd X vk;u mnklhu ijek.kqX d hrq

y ukesavf/kd _ .kkRed t kZj[krkgSA mnklhu

ijek.kqesanwl jkby sDVkWu t ksM +usij f}rh; bysDVkWu cU/kqrkd keku _ .kkRed gksrkgSD;ksafd bysDVkWu izfrd "kZ.kukfHkd h;

vkd "kZ.kd h rqy uk esavf/kd gkst krk gSA

"

ek

{ksih O(g) ; E = + 141 kJ mol1

O(g) + e

a

"

ek

'kk

s"

kh O2(g) ; E = 780 kJ mol1

O(g) + e

a

.............. (i)

.............. (ii)

,d rRo d h bysDVkWu ca/kqrk (i) ijek.oh; vkd kj (ii) ukfHkd h; vkos'k vkSj (iii) by sDVkWfud foU;kl ij fuHkZj d jrh gSA

lkekU;r%,d vkorZesavk;uu t kZvkSj bysDVkWu ca/kqrkijek.oh; f=kT;k?kVusij vkSj ukfHkd h; vkos'k c<+usij c<+rh

gSA ,d oxZesaijek.oh; vkd kj c<+usij vk;uu t kZvkSj bysDVkWu ca/kqrk ?kVrh gSA r`rh; vkorZd srRoksa(mnk-S vkSj

Cl) d h bys

DVkWu ca/kqrk d k eku f}rh; vkorZd srRoksa(mnk-O vkSj F) lsT;knk gksrk gSD;ksafd f}rh; vkorZd srRoksad k

ijek.oh; vkd kj vR;f/kd NksVk gksrk gSvr%buesabysDVkWu&bysDVkWu d se/; izfrd "kZ.k gksrk gSA ft ld sifj.kkeLo: i

lacafkr _ .kk;u d sfuekZ.k esad e t kZmRlft Zr gksrh gSA

47.

Sol.

(B*) S > O > Se > Te

(C) N > C > Be > B

(D) Si > Mg > Al > Na

O > S > Se > Te

48.

(A) Cl(g)Cl(g) + e

(C) O(g) O+(g) + e

Sol.

(D*) O(g) + e O(g)

Page No. # 9

TEST PATTERN

CT-01 Date : 9/9/2012

Syllabus : FOM-1, Quadratic Equation, Set-Relation & Function, sequence & series

Paper-1

Q.No.

Subje ct

1 to 18

SCQ

18

54

18

18

54

18

18

54

18

Physics

19 to 24

25 to 42

SCQ

Che mistry

43 to 48

49 to 66

SCQ

Ma ths

67 to 72

Tota l

Total

Tota l

72

216

Paper-2

SECTION - I

This section contains 18 questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for its answer, out of

which ONLY ONE is correct.

[k.M - I

lh/ksoLrqfu"B izd kj

bl [k.M esa18 iz'u gSaA izR;sd iz'u d s4 fod Yi (A), (B), (C) rFkk (D) gSa] ft uesalsflQ Z,d lgh gSA

49.

a

a

a

Sol.

is

a b

gS&

a b

2

2

(A) ax b bx b 0

(B*) bx 2 2a ax a 2 0

(C) ax 2 abx + b = 0

On rationalizing, the roots are

(D) a2 x 2 abx b2 0

a

b

50.

S=

a b

a2

2a a

,P=

b

b

If a + b + c = 0 then

a2

bc

b2

ca

x .x .x

a2

bc

b2

ca

c2

ab

;fn a + b + c = 0 gksrksx .x .x

(A) 1

Sol.

when

51.

c2

ab

cjkcj gS&

(C) x 2

(B) x

L.H.S. is

is equal to

ck;kaHkkx x

a 3 b 3 c 3

abc

(D*) x 3

3 abc

x abc x 3

a3 + b3 + c 3 = 3abc

tc a + b + c = 0

Page # 1

Sol.

(A*) 27

(B) 27

(C) 5

(D) 15

If f(x) = 0, has a root of order n then f(x) = 0 has the same root of order n 1.

;fn f(x) = 0, n d e d k ,d ewy gSrc f(x) = 0, n 1 e d k leku ewy j[krk gS

f(x) = x3 + 3x2 9x + c is of the form x 2 x , showing that

f(x) = x3 + 3x2 9x + c

i.e.,

3x 2 + 6x 9 = 0

or

x 2 + 2x 3 = 0

or

(x + 3) (x 1) = 0

has the root once which can be either 3, or 1.

d k ,d ewy gSrc 3, ;k1 gksld rk gSA

If = 1 then f(x) = 0 gives c 5 = 0 or c = 5

;fn = 1 rc f(x) = 0 fn;k gSc 5 = 0 ;kc = 5

If

= -3 then f(x) = 0 gives

;fn

= -3 rc f(x) = 0 fn;k gS

27 + 27 + 27 + c = 0

c = 27

52.

;fn n(A) = 3 rFkkn(B) = 6 vkSj A B , rc A B esavo;oksad h la[;k cjkcj gS&

If n(A) = 3, n(B) = 6 and

(A) 2

Sol.

53.

(B*) 3

A B

pwafd A B

A B = A

n A B = n(A) = 3

Range of y =

If

x 2 3x 4

1 3x 4x 2

x 2 3x 4

1 3x 4x 2

,xR

, x R, is

d k ifjlj gS&

(B) 1,

4

(A) R

Sol.

(D) 6

Since

y=

54.

(C) 4

(C*) R 1,

4

x ab x ac x bc

a b c, rc x =

ab

ac

bc

(A)

a

x ab

a b

or

;k

buesalsd ksbZughaA

buesalsd ksbZughaA

x ab x ac x bc

a b c, then x =

ab

ac

bc

;fn

or

;k

(B*)

ab

(C) abc

c 0

x ab bc ca

0

ab

x ab [constant] = 0

x ab [vFkkZr] = 0

Page # 2

55.

(A*)

3

16

(B)

3n 1

then the common ratio is equal to

42 n

3n 1

gSrc lkoZv uqikr cjkcj gS&

42 n

3

256

(C)

39

256

alsd ksbZ

ughaA

Sol.

3n 1

Sn = 3 2 n . Putting j[kusij n = 1, 2

4

T1 = S1 = 3

S2 = 3

9

39

=

16 16

27

= T1 + T2

256

T2 = S2 T1

117

T2

3

117 16

256

r=

T1 = 39 = 256 39 = 16

16

56.

1 1

........ is less than 1.999. The greatest value of n is

2 22

Js.kh1

1 1

........ d sinksad k ;ksxQ y 1.999. lsd e gSrc n d k vf/kd re eku gS&

2 22

(A*) 10

(B) 11

(C) 9

(D) 5

1 n

1. 1

n

2

1

1999

1.999 1 <

1

2

2000

1

2

Sol.

57.

1

1

>

2

2000

2n < 2000

n 10

The A.M. of two positive numbers exceeds their G.M. by 15 and H.M. by 27. The numbers are

nks/kukRed la[;kvksad k lekUrj ek/;] mud sxq.kkskj ek/; ls15 vf/kd gSrFkk gjkRed ek/; ls 27 vf/kd gSrc

la[;k,sagS&

(A) 100, 50

(B*) 120, 30

(C) 90, 60

alsd ksbZ

ughaA

Sol.

Let the numbers be a, b and their A.M., G.M. and H.M. be denoted by A , G and H respectively.

Page # 3

or

;k

Since

pwafd

G2 = AH

.....................(1)

G2 = AH

.....................(1)

A - G = 15

and

A - H = 27

A - G = 15

vkSj

A - H = 27

(A - 15)2 = G2 = AH = A (A - 27)

ab

2

or ;k

A = 75 =

pwafd

a + b = 150

A - G = 15

A - G = 15

75 - G = 15

or

G = 60 =

ab

;k

G = 60 =

ab

Since

....................(2)

ab = 3600

.....................(3)

Hence from (2) and (3) we conclude that a and b are the roots of

t2 150t + 3600 = 0

vr%(2) o (3) lsfu"d "kZfud yrk gSfd a vkSj b lehd j.k

t2 150t + 3600 = 0 d sew

y gS&

or

(t - 120) (t - 30) = 0

;k

(t - 120) (t - 30) = 0

t = 120, 30

58.

b2

c a 2 , c 2 a b 2 are in

4

(A) H.P.

Sol.

(B) G.P.

b2

c a 2 , c 2 a b 2 gS&

4

(C) A.P.

2ac

ac

or ;k b (a + c) = 2ac

Dr

lHkh

b=

= b2 (a2 + c2) - 2a2c2

2

= b (a + c ) - 2.b

a c 2

4

b2

2

2a 2 c 2 a c

=

2

...................(1)

by (1)

by (1)

b2

c a 2 2.T2

=

2

59.

vlfed k||x| 1| < 1 x d k gy leqPp; cjkcj gS&

0,

(C) 1,1

(A)

Sol.

1,

(D*) ,0

(B)

Here because of |x| which is equal to either x or x we shall consider the cases x > 0 or x < 0

Page # 4

Then we will have |x - 1| = |x + 1| when x < 0

rc |x - 1| = |x + 1| t c x < 0

CasefLFkfr I : x > 0

thenrks |x - 1| < (1 - x)

or;k |1 - x| < (1 - x) i.e. |t| < t

Above is not true for any value of t.

t d sfd lh eku d sfy, lR; ughagS

A

CasefLFkfr II : x < 0,

|-x - 1| < 1 - x

or;k |x + 1| < (1 - x)

................(1)

If ;fn x + 1 > 0 i.e. x > -1 and vkS

jx<0

i.e. 1 < x < 0 i.e. x [-1, 0) thenrkslehd j.k (1) reduces to ls

x+1=1-x

or;k 2x < 0 or ;k x < 0

If x + 1 < 0 i.e. x < -1 then (1) reduce to

;fn x + 1 < 0 i.e. x < -1 rkslehd j.k (1) ls

- (x + 1) < (1 - x) or -2 < 0 is true for all x < - 1

...........(2)

- (x + 1) < (1 - x) ;k -2 < 0 lHkh x < - 1 d sfy, lR; gS

A

...........(2)

Hence from (1) and (2)

x ,0

60.

;fn x R vlfed k 4 x 0.5 7.2 x 4 0 d k gy leqPp; cjkcj gS&

If

(A) 2,

Sol.

(B*)

(C)

2,

(D)

j[kusij 2-x = t vkSj 40.5 = 41/2 = 2

2t2 - 7t - 4 < 0

(t - 4) (2t + 1) < 0

1

t 4

2

But

ijUrq

t = 2-x /kukRed pj?kkrka

d h Q yu gS&

1

2 x 4

2

0 2 x 22

or

;k

Since

61.

2,

1

1 1

2

2 2

pwafd

1

1

2

-2 < x <

x 2,

Let A and B be two sets such that n A B = 6. If three elements of A x B are (3, 2), (7, 5), (8, 5), then

ekukA vkSj B nksleqPp; bl izd kj gSfd n A B = 6. ;fn A x B d srhu vo;o (3, 2), (7, 5), (8, 5) gS, rc

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Sol.

62.

Sol.

63.

(A*) A = {3, 7, 8}

(B) A = {2, 5, 7}

(C) B = {2, 1} (D) none of these bues

alsd ksbZughaA

Since (3, 2), (7, 5), (8, 5) A x B, we have 3, 7, 8 A and 2, 5 B.

pwafd (3, 2), (7, 5), (8, 5) A x B ;gk3, 7, 8 A vkSj 2, 5 B.

Also n(A x B) = 6 = 3 x 2

rFkkn(A x B) = 6 = 3 x 2

A = {3, 7, 8} and B = {2, 5}

A = {3, 7, 8} vkS

j B = {2, 5}

Let A and B be two non-empty subsets of a set X such that A is not a subset of B, then

(A) A is always a subset of the complement of B

(B) B is always a subset of A.

(C) A and B are always disjoint.

(D*) A and the complement of B are always non-disjoint.

leqPp; X d snksvfjDr mileqPp; A vkSj B bl izd kj gSfd A, B

(A) A lnS

o B d siwjd d k mileqPp; gSA

(B) B lnS

o A d k mileqPp; gSA

(C) A lnS

o B d k folaf?kr (disjoint) leqPp; gSA

(D*) A lnS

o B d k iwjd leqPp; folaf?kr leqPp; ughagSA

A and the complement of B are always non-disjoint.

A, B d k iw

jd leqPp; lnSo folaf?kr leqPp; ughagSA

[ A is not a subset of B

A, B d k ,d mileq

Pp; ughagSA

some pt. of A will not be a point of B

A d sd q

N fcUnqv ksad sfy, B d k d ksbZfcUnqughagksxkA

that

point

will belong to Bc ]

t ksBc esagSA]

Consider the equation x2 + x n = 0, where n is an integer lying between 1 to 100. Total number of different

values of n so that the equation has integral roots is

ekuklehd j.k x2 + x n = 0 gSt gkn, 1 ls100 d se/; ,d iw.kkd gSA n d sfofHkUu ekuksad h la[;k t cfd lehd j.k

(A) 6

(B) 4

(D) 8

1 1 4n

2

As x is integer pa

wfd x iw.kkd gSA

1 + 4n must be a perfect square of an integer

1 + 4n ,d iw

.kkd d k oxZgksxkA

n = 2,6,12,20,30,42,56,,72,90

nine values of n.

n d s9 eku gS

A

Sol.

x=

64.

The equation

Sol.

(C*) 9

x 1 x 1 = 1 4 x has

(A*) no solution

(B) one solution

(A*) d ks

bZgy ugha

(B) ,d gy

(C) nksgy

Form domain of definition. iz

kUr d h ifjHkk"kk ls

x 1

and vkS

j x 1 and vkSj x

(D) nkslsvf/kd

gy

1

4

Domain of definition iz

kUr

d h ifjHkk"kk x

Equation has no solution. lehd j.k d k d ks

bZgy ugha

65.

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Sol.

(A)

f1 x, y : y x 1

(B)

(C)

f 3 x, y : y x

(D*)

f 2 x, y : x y 4

f 4 x, y : x y 5

f2

f 3 2,1, 3,1, 3,2 , 4,1, 4,2 , 4,3

f 4 1,4, 2,3, 3,2, 4,1

and

rFkk

66.

f 4, A lsA es

a,d Q yu gSA

f 1, f 2, f 3 are not functions from A to itself.

A lsA es

af1, f2, f3 Q y u ughagSA

(A*) imaginary

a b 2 x 2 2a b 2c x 1 0

(B) rational

(C) equal

2

are

(D) irrational

(A*) d kYifud

(B) ifjes

;

(C) cjkcj

(D) vifjes

;

Sol.

or

;k = 4 a b 2c 2 a b 2

or

;k = 4 2a 2c 2b 2c , by L2 M2

or

;k = 16 c a c b ive

pwafd a o b d se/; c fLFkr gSA

Roots are complex

SECTION - II

Comprehension Type

This section contains 3 paragraphs. Based upon each paragraph, there are 2 questions. Each question

has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

[k.M - II

cks/ku d kj

bl [k.M esa 3 vuqPN sn (paragraphs) gSA R;sd vuqPNsn ij vk/kkfjr 2 'u gSA R;sd 'u d s 4 fod Yi

(A), (B), (C) rFkk(D) gS, ft ues

alsflQ Z,d lgh gSA

Paragraph for Question Nos. 67 to 68

iz'u 67 l s68 d sfy , v uqPN sn

If y = f(x) and y = g(x) are two functions, then number of solutions of the equation f(x) = g(x) is equal to the

number of points of intersection of two curves y = f(x) and y = g(x).

;fn y = f(x) vkSj y = g(x) nksQ y u gSrc lehd j.kf(x) = g(x) d sgyksad h la[;k d ksnkso ksy = f(x) vkSj y = g(x) d s

67.

68.

lehd j.k|2 x| = x2 + x 2 d sgyksad h la[;k gS&

(A) 0

(B) 1

(C*) 2

(D) 3

lehd j.k2||x| 1| = 1 d sgy ksad h la[;k gS&

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D*) 4

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Sol. 67

68.

iz'u 69 l s70 d sfy , v uqPN sn

A survey shows that 63% of the Americans like cheese where as 76% like apples. If % of the Americans

like both cheese and apples then

,d losZesa63% vesfjd u iuhj d kst cfd 76% lso d ksilUn d jrsgS;fn vesfjd u d k% nksuksiuhj o lso d ksilUn

d jrsgSrc

69.

(A) < 39

70.

(B) < 63

d siw

.kkZad ekuksd h la[;k gS&

(A) 38

(B*) 25

(C) > 63

(D*) 39 63

(C) 37

alsd ksbZ

ughaA

Sol.

Let total number of americans be 100, let x, c, A be the sets of all amercians, American liking cheese,

americans liking apples respectively.

ekuk vesfjd u d h d qy la[;k 100 gSekuk x, c, A e'k% lHkh vesfjd u d k leqPp;ksagS] iuhj d ksilUn d jusoky s

vesfjd uksad k leqPp; rFkk lsc d ksilUn d jusokysvesfjd uksad k leqPp; gSA

n(A C) = 76 + 63

n(A C) 100

139 100

39

Also rc n(C A) n(A)

63

Number of integral values of are 25.

d siw

.kkd ekuksad h la[;k 25 gSA

iz'u 71 l s72 d sfy , v uqPN sn

If roots of ax3 + bx2 + cx + d = 0 are real and given by , , then

c

a

and

b

,

a

d

.

a

a

c

vkSj d

a

a

If ,, are in A.P. then

;fn ,, lekUrj Js.kh esagSA

(A*) 2b3 - 9abc + 27a2d = 0

(C) 2b3 + 9abc + 27a2d = 0

71.

(D) none of these

Page # 8

ekuk ewy

A - D, A , A + D

Sum of roots

3A =

b

a

b

3a

putting the value of A in the given equation and simplifying

we get

nh xbZlehd j.k esaA d k eku j[kusij rFkk ljy d jusij

2b3 - 9abc + 27a2d = 0

72.

A=

;fn ,, gjkRed Js.kh esagSrc

(A) 27ad3 = 9bcd2 - 2c3d

(C) ad3 = bcd2 - c3d

ekuk ewy

(D*) 27ad2 9bcd + 2c3 = 0

1

1

1

,

,

then

A D A A D

1

1

1

,

,

A D A A D

gS] rc

1

1 1 1

1

c

.

A D A A A D A DA D a

c

in the given equation and simplifying

3d

we get 27ad2 9bcd + 2c3 = 0

3d

Page # 9

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