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(Academic Session : 2015 - 2016)

TARGET : JEE (ADVANCED) 2016

Test Type : ALL INDIA OPEN TEST (MAJOR) Test Pattern : JEE-Advanced

TEST DATE : 15 - 05 - 2016

TEST # 12

PAPER 1

GENERAL /

:

1.

This sealed booklet is your Question Paper. Do not break the seal till you are instructed to do so.

2.

Use the Optical Response sheet (ORS) provided separately for answering the questions.

(ORS)

3.

Blank spaces are provided within this booklet for rough work.

4.

Write your name and form number in the space provided on the back cover of this booklet.

5.

Time : 3 Hours

After breaking the seal of the booklet, verify that the booklet contains 40 pages and all the 20 questions in each

subject and along with the options are legible.

40

20

:

6.

The question paper has three parts : Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Each part has three sections.

7.

8.

Section-I contains 10 multiple choice questions with one or more than one correct option.

Marking scheme : +4 for correct answer, 0 if not attempted and 2 in all other cases.

-I

10

: +4

0

2

9.

Section-II contains 2 match the following type questions and you will have to match entries in Column-I with the

entries in Column-II.

Marking scheme : for each entry in column-I. +2 for correct answer, 0 if not attempted and 1 in all other cases.

-II

2

-I

-II

:

-I

+2

0

1

10.

11.

III

Section-IV contains 8 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit integer ranging from

0 to 9 (both inclusive)

Marking scheme : +4 for correct answer and 0 in all other cases.

8

0 9 (

)

-IV

: +4

0

Please see the last page of this booklet for rest of the instructions /

Atomic No.

Atomic masses :

Xe = 54, Ce = 58,

H = 1, Li = 7, B = 11, C = 12, N = 14, O = 16, F = 19, Na = 23, Mg = 24,

Al = 27, P = 31, S = 32, Cl = 35.5, Ca=40, Fe = 56, Br = 80, I = 127,

Xe = 131, Ba=137, Ce = 140,

Boltzmann constant

1

= 9 10 9

4 0

Speed of light in vacuum

StefanBoltzmann constant

Wien's displacement law constant

Permeability of vacuum

c = 3 108 ms1

= 5.67 108 Wm2K4

b = 2.89 103 mK

0 = 4 107 NA2

Permittivity of vacuum

0 =

Planck constant

h = 6.63 1034 Js

1

0 c2

Note : In case of any correction in the test paper, please mail to dlpcorrections@allen.ac.in within 2 days along with Paper Code

& Your Form No.

(

Correction

Paper Code Form No.

Test Details

dlpcorrections@allen.ac.in mail

)

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PHYSICS

BEWARE OF NEGATIVE MARKING

PART-1 : PHYSICS

-1 :

SECTIONI : (Maximum Marks : 40)

I : (: 40)

1.

Each question has FOUR options (A), (B), (C) and (D). ONE OR MORE THAN ONE of these

four option(s) is (are) correct.

For each question, darken the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) in the ORS

Marking scheme :

+4 If only the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) is (are) darkened

0

If none of the bubbles is darkened

2 In all other cases

(A), (B), (C)

(D)

:

+4

0

2

Two identical blocks are resting on supports as shown. Two identical bullets travelling with the same

speed hit the blocks & get embedded in them in very short time. The blocks leave the contact immediately

after bullet strikes them. In case (i) bullet's velocity is toward centre of mass and in case (ii) bullet's

velocity is off centre. The kinetic energies after collision are K1 & K2 and maximum height reached by

the centre of mass are h1 & h2 respectively. Then :

(i)

(ii)

K1

K2

h1 h2

Case (i)

(A) K1 < K2

(B) K1 = K2

Case (ii)

(C) h1 > h2

(D) h1 = h2

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PHYSICS

2.

A barometer is made of glass. It contains mercury (density 13.6 103 kg/m3, surface tension

0.085 N/m, angle of contact 143). The barometer scale has a least count of 1mm. If the radius of

barometer tube is 0.5 mm, and height of mercury column recorded is 762 mm, what can be true

atmospheric pressure (in mm of mercury column) :-

0.085 N/m

143

1mm

0.5 mm

762

mm

mm

3.

(A) 760 mm

(B) 761 mm

(C) 763 mm

(D) 765 mm

For a certain transverse standing wave on a long string, an antinode is formed at x = 0 and next to it, a

node is formed at x = 0.10 m. The displacement y(t) of the string particle at x = 0 is shown in figure.

(A) Transverse displacement of the particle at x = 0.05m and t = 0.05 s is 2 2 cm.

(B) Transverse displacement of the particle at x = 0.04 m and t = 0.025 s is 2 2 cm.

(C) Speed of the travelling waves that interfere to produce this standing wave is 2 m/s.

1

(D) The transverse velocity of the string particle at x =

m and t = 0.1 s is 20 cm/s

15

4

y(cm)

0.05

t(s)

x = 0

x = 0.10 m

x = 0

y(t)

(A) x = 0.05m

t = 0.05 s

2 2 cm

(B) x = 0.04 m

t = 0.025 s

2 2 cm

(C)

2 m/s

1

(D) x =

m

t = 0.1 s

20 cm/s

15

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In the figure shown is the surface charge density on the upper metallic plate.

(A) The ratio of energy density in st dielectric to second dielectric is

5

3

3

5

PHYSICS

4.

(C) Total induced surface charge density on the interface of the two dielectric is

3

15

(D) Total induced surface charge density on the interface of the two dielectric is

2

15

st

I Dielectric

nd

II Dielectric

A

Area of plate = A

K1 = 3

d/3

K2 = 5

2d/3

5

(A)

3

(B)

5

3

(C)

15

2

(D)

15

Space for Rough Work /

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PHYSICS

5.

A parallel beam of light is incident on a lens of focal length 10 cm. A parallel slab of refractive index

1.5 and thickness 3 cm is placed on the other side of the lens. The Nature of the final image from the

lens slab combination is: (Assume rays to be paraxial) :(A) At Distance of 11 cm and Image is virtual if x = 12 cm.

(B) At Distance of 11 cm and Image is real if x = 14 cm.

(C) At the Distance of 11 cm and Image is Virtual if x = 16 cm

(D) At Distance of 11 cm and Image is real if x = 5 cm.

10 cm

1.5

3 cm

(A)

11 cm

x = 12 cm

(B)

11 cm

x = 14 cm

(C)

11 cm

x = 16 cm

(D)

11 cm

x = 5 cm

6.

A bead is connected at one end of an inextensible massless string whose other end is fixed to a fixed

vertical cylinder. Cylinder does not rotate. The bead can move on a horizontal smooth surface. The

bead is given a velocity v0 perpendicular to the string. The bead moves on a curve and consequently

collides on the cylinder after sometime. Then, before it collides:

(A)Work done by string on the bead is positive

(B) The speed of the bead remains v0.

(C) The tension in the string remains constant.

(D) Kinetic energy of bead increases gradually.

V0

R

v0

(A)

(B)

v0

(C)

(D)

Space for Rough Work /

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7.

In the figure shown the block of mass 6 kg is slowly released till the rod is in equillibrium of the

following figures, which figure can be equillibrium position of the rod :-

PHYSICS

6 kg

10kg

6kg

8m

4m

smooth

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

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PHYSICS

8.

A small bead of mass m is threaded on a smooth circular ring of radius a in xy plane as shown. The

x 2 y2

V

C

bead experiences a force whose potential energy is given by

2 2 {b > a} . The bead is at

b

a

x = a at rest as shown. Neglect gravity. Choose the CORRECT statement(s):2c

(A) At initial position, normal force =

a

(B) At initial position, there is no acceleration.

2ca

(C) If the bead was at y = a at rest , it's normal force is 2

b

(D) If the bead was at y = a at rest, there is no acceleration.

y

m

xy

a

x 2 y2

2 {b > a}

x = a

2

b

a

V C

2c

(A)

a

(B)

2ca

(C) y = a

b2

(D) y = a

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A particle is subjected to two simultaneous SHM

PHYSICS

9.

x = A sin t

y = A sin (t + )

Choose the correct path(s) followed by particle.

x = A sin t

y = A sin (t + )

(A)

y

x

(C)

(B) =

(D)

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PHYSICS

10.

In a toy gun, we have a horizontal hollow smooth pipe. Two blocks of different masses are fitted in it.

The spring can be compressed by a certain distance and then released. It was seen that (case-1) when

m1 is fixed & m2was released, it comes out with a speed of 4 m/s. (case-2) when m2 was fixed & m1

was released, it comes out with a speed of 2m/s. In all cases, initial compression of spring was same &

finally it remains at natural length (spring is not connected to either blocks).

(A) If both blocks are released simultaneously, v1 =

8

2

m/s and v 2

m/s.

5

5

20

m/s and v 2 20 m/s.

4

(C) m2 took lesser time to come out in case-1 than m1 in case-2.

m1

m2

-1

m1

m2

4 m/s

-2

m2

m1

2m/s

8

2

(A)

v1 =

m/s v 2

m/s

5

5

20

v1

(B)

m/s v 2 20 m/s

4

(C) -1

m2

-2

m1

(D) -1

m2

-2

m1

Space for Rough Work /

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II : (: 16)

This section contains TWO questions.

Each question contains two columns, Column-I and Column-II.

Column-I has four entries (A), (B), (C) and (D)

Column-II has five entries (P), (Q), (R), (S) and (T)

Match the entries in Column-I with the entries in column-II.

One or more entries in Column-I may match with one or more entries in Column-II.

The ORS contains a 4 5 matrix whose layout will be similar to the one shown below :

(A) (P) (Q) (R)

(S)

(T)

(S)

(T)

(S)

(T)

(S)

(T)

PHYSICS

For each entry in column-I, darken the bubbles of all the matching entries. For example, if entry

(A) in Column-I matches with entries (Q), (R) and (T), then darken these three bubbles in the ORS.

Similarly, for entries (B), (C) and (D).

Marking scheme :

For each entry in Column-I

+2 If only the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct match(es) is (are) darkened

0

If none of the bubbles is darkened

1 In all other cases

-I

-II

-I

(A), (B), (C)

(D)

-II

(P), (Q), (R), (S)

(T)

-I

-II

-I

-II

4 5

:

(A) (P) (Q) (R)

(S)

(T)

(S)

(T)

(S)

(T)

(S)

(T)

-I

-I

(A)

(Q), (R)

(T)

(B), (C)

(D)

:

-I

+2

0

1

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PHYSICS

1.

A double slit interference pattern is produced on a screen as shown in the figure, using monochromatic

light of wavelength 500nm. Point P is the location of the central bright fringe, that is produced when

light waves arrive in phase without any path difference. A choice of three strips A, B and C of transparent

materials with different thicknesses and refractive indices is available, as shown in the table, these are

placed over one or both of the slits, singularly or in conjunction, causing the interference pattern to be

shifted across the screen from the original pattern. In the column-I, how the strips have been placed, is

mentioned whereas in the column-II, order of the fringe at point P on the screen that will be produced

due to the placement of the strip (s), is shown. Correctly match both the column.

Column-I

Column-II

(A) Only strip B is placed over slit-I

(P) First Bright

(B) Strip A is placed over slit-I and strip C is

(Q) Fourth Dark

placed over slit-II

(C) Strip A is placed over the slit-I and strip

(R) Fifth Dark

B and strip C are placed over the slit-II

in conjunction.

(D) Strip A and strip C are placed over slit-I (in

(S) Central Bright

conjuction) and strip B is placed over slit-II.

(T) First dark

Film

Thickness

Slit I

P

Slit II

in m

A

5

1.5 0.25

Screen

500nm

P

A, B C

-I

-II

-I

-II

(A) B

-I

(P)

(B) A

-I

C

(Q)

-II

(C) A

-I

B C

(R)

-II

(D) A C -I

(S)

B

-II

(T)

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2.

A square loop of conducting wire is placed near a long straight current carrying wire as shown. Match

the statements in column-I with the corresponding results in column-II.

Column-I

Column-II

(A) If the magnitude of current I is increased

(P) Induced current in the loop will be

clockwise

(B) If the magnitude of current I is decreased

(Q) Induced current in the loop will

be anticlockwise

(C) If the loop is moved away from the wire

(R) wire will attract the loop

(D) If the loop is moved towards the wire

(S) wire will repel the loop

(T) Torque about centre of mass of loop

is zero due to magnetie force

PHYSICS

-I

-II

(A)

I

(P)

(B)

I

(Q)

(C)

(R)

(D)

(S)

(T)

III :

No question will be asked in section III /

III

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PHYSICS

1.

IV : ( : 32)

This section contains EIGHT questions.

The answer to each question is a SINGLE DIGIT INTEGER ranging from 0 to 9, both inclusive

For each question, darken the bubble corresponding to the correct integer in the ORS

Marking scheme :

+4 If the bubble corresponding to the answer is darkened

0

In all other cases

0 9

:

+4

0

An electron moving with velocity v 1 1i m/s at a point in a magnetic field experiences a force

F1 ejN , where e is the charge of electron. If the electron is moving with a velocity v 2 i j m/s

at the same point, it experiences a force F2 e i j N . Find the magnitude of force (in N) the

electron would experience if it were moving with a velocity v 3 v 1 v 2 at the same point.

e

v1 1i m/s

F1 ejN

F2 e i j N

v 2 i j m/s

v 3 v 1 v 2

(N

)

2.

CD

B

2

2

2

10V

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3.

Figure shows a conducting disc rotating about its axis in a perpendicular uniform and constant magnetic

field B. A resistor of resistance R is connected between the centre and the rim. The radius of the disc

is 5.0 cm, angular speed = 40 rad/s, B = 0.1 T and R = 1 . The current through the resistor in

milliampere is.

PHYSICS

R

5.0 cm

= 40 rad/s, B = 0.1 T

R = 1

4.

A continuous flow geyser has water flowing in it at a continuous rate. It comes in at a rate of

0.08 litres/sec and leaves at a rate of 0.081 litres/sec. The temperature coefficient of thermal expansion

of water is 2 103/C. The specific heat capacity of water is 4000 J/kgC. If the inlet temperature is

7C at which the density of water is 103 kg/m3, what is the power consumed by geyser (in kW) ?

0.08

0.081

2 103/C

4000 J/kgC

7C

103 kg/m3

kW

Space for Rough Work /

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PHYSICS

5.

Two positive and two negative point charges (|Q| = 0.01 C) are placed at the corners of a square

insulator frame of side 15 m and the side of the frame are hinged together. The frame is deformed into

a rhombus as shown. The new potential at the centre is given by volt. Fill in OMR sheet.

(|Q| = 0.01

C)

15m

+Q

+Q Q

+Q

74

6.

+Q

While expanding a mixture of gas did work P1V1 P2V2 on the piston. Here P1 and V1 are initial

pressures and volumes and P2 and V2 are final pressures and volumes. Find molar heat capacity of the

gas in this process. Take for mixture as 1.5. Express your answer in terms of xR where R is universal

gas constant. Fill x in OMR sheet.

P1V1 P2V2

P1 V1

P2 V2

= 1.5

xR

x

R

Space for Rough Work /

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7.

The body of mass m = 0.5 kg is held on a vertical wall by a force F of 15 N as shown in the figure is

applied on the body at an angle = 53 to the vertical (Figure). The coefficient of friction between the

body and the wall is = 0.5. Determine acceleration of the body in m/s2.

PHYSICS

m = 0.5 kg

15 N F

= 53

= 0.5

(m/s2

)

8.

An electron of mass m when accelerated through a potential difference V, has de Broglie wavelength

. The de-Broglie wavelength associated with a particle of mass m/4 and charge e accelerated through

the same potential difference is n. Then find the value of n.

m

V

m/4

e

n

n

Space for Rough Work /

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CHEMISTRY

PART-2 : CHEMISTRY

-2 :

I : (: 40)

Each question has FOUR options (A), (B), (C) and (D). ONE OR MORE THAN ONE of these

four option(s) is (are) correct.

For each question, darken the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) in the ORS

Marking scheme :

+4 If only the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) is (are) darkened

0

If none of the bubbles is darkened

2 In all other cases

(A), (B), (C)

(D)

:

+4

0

2

1.

(B) Kinetic energy of a molecule remains unchanged due to collision with other molecule

(C) Kinetic energy of molecules depends only on temperature

(D) Speed of molecules depend on both molecular mass & temperature

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

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2.

If heat of formation of PCl3(g) and PH3(g) are 140 and 8 kJ /mole respectively and heat of atomisation

of phosphorous[P4(s)], chlorine and hydrogen are 320, 120 and 216 kJ/mole respectively then.

(A) Bond energy of PCl is 63 kJ/mole

(B) Bond energy of PH is 210 kJ/mole

CHEMISTRY

(D) Heat of formation of isolated gaseous chlorine atom is 60 kJ/mole

PCl3(g)

PH3(g)

140

8 kJ /

[P4(s)]

320, 120

216 kJ/

(A) PCl

63 kJ/

(B) PH

210 kJ/

(C)

108 kJ/

(D)

60 kJ/

3.

100 L aqueous solution of KBr is electrolysed by using current of 9.65 ampere for 10 sec. using

Pt electrodes. Which of the following species will be produced due to electrolysis ?

KBr 100 L Pt

10 sec.

9.65

(A) H2

4.

(B) O2

(C) Br2

(D) KOH

(A) BF3

5.

(B) SF6

(C) IF5

(D) PCl5

Which of the following option is/are CORRECT for solution of liquid NH3 with alkali metal (A) It is paramagnetic

NH3

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

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CHEMISTRY

6.

7.

Which of the following anion(s) give 'x' gas with dil. HCl, which turns lime water milky :HCl

'x'

(A) SO32

(B) CO32

(C) S2

(D) CH3COO

(B) [MnCl4]2

(A) Ni(CO)4

8.

(C) K4[Fe(CN)6]

(D) [CoCl4]2

O

HC CCH2CCH2 CH3 ; CH3C CCH2CH2CH

(X)

(Y)

(B) X and Y are functional isomers

(C) X and Y can be differentiated by Tollen's reagent

(D) X and Y both have same degree of unsaturation

X

Y

O

HC CCH2CCH2 CH3 ; CH3C CCH2CH2CH

(X)

(Y)

(A) X

Y

(B) X

Y

(C) X

Y

(D) X

Y

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9.

H3C

CH3

C=C

OsO4 / NaHSO3

CHEMISTRY

(A)

(i) CF3C

O

(ii) Aq. KOH

(B)

(A) A is pair of enantiomer and A and B are distereomers

(B) B is pair of enantiomer and A and B are distereomers

(C) A represents meso compound

(D) B represents meso compound

H3C

CH3

C=C

OsO4 / NaHSO3

(A)

(i) CF3C

O

(ii) Aq. KOH

(B)

(A) A

A B

(B) B

A B

(C) A

(D) B

10.

Which of the following compound(s) will form stable (isolable) hydrate on addition of H2O ?

H2O

O

(A) CCl3CH

(B)

O

(C)

(D)

O

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II : (: 16)

This section contains TWO questions.

Each question contains two columns, Column-I and Column-II.

Column-I has four entries (A), (B), (C) and (D)

Column-II has five entries (P), (Q), (R), (S) and (T)

Match the entries in Column-I with the entries in column-II.

One or more entries in Column-I may match with one or more entries in Column-II.

The ORS contains a 4 5 matrix whose layout will be similar to the one shown below :

(A) (P) (Q) (R)

(S)

(T)

(S)

(T)

(S)

(T)

For each entry in column-I, darken the bubbles of all the matching entries. For example, if entry

(A) in Column-I matches with entries (Q), (R) and (T), then darken these three bubbles in the ORS.

Similarly, for entries (B), (C) and (D).

Marking scheme :

For each entry in Column-I

+2 If only the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct match(es) is (are) darkened

0

If none of the bubbles is darkened

1 In all other cases

-I

-II

-I

(A), (B), (C)

(D)

-II

(P), (Q), (R), (S)

(T)

-II

-I

-I

-II

4 5

:

(A) (P) (Q) (R)

(S)

(T)

(S)

(T)

(S)

(T)

(S)

(T)

-I

-I

(A)

(Q), (R)

(T)

(B), (C)

(D)

:

-I

+2

0

1

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Column-I

Column-II

(P) 10

(Q) 7

(R) 6

CHEMISTRY

1.

base (pKb = 7)

(D) pH of mixture of 500 litre of 0.02 M HNO3 and 500 litre of

0.01M Sr(OH)2

(S) 8

(T) Solution is acidic

-I

-II

0.1M NaCN

pH

(P) 10

0.05M B2SO4

pH

(Q) 7

(C)

0.1M (pKa = 5)

(R) 6

(pKb = 7)

pH

(D) 500

0.02 M HNO3

500

0.01M Sr(OH)2

pH

(S) 8

(T)

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CHEMISTRY

2.

Column-I (Species)

(A) XeO2F2

(P)

Non-planar

(B)

XeOF4

(Q)

(C)

PH4+

(R)

Planar

(S)

Polar molecule

(T)

Tetrahedral geometry

(D) ICl4

-I (

)

-II (

)

(A) XeO2F2

(P)

(B)

XeOF4

(Q)

d-

(C)

PH4+

(R)

(S)

(T)

(D) ICl4

III :

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1.

The answer to each question is a SINGLE DIGIT INTEGER ranging from 0 to 9, both inclusive

For each question, darken the bubble corresponding to the correct integer in the ORS

Marking scheme :

+4 If the bubble corresponding to the answer is darkened

0

In all other cases

CHEMISTRY

0 9

:

+4

0

If equivalent weight of Ba(SCN) 2 when it reacts with oxidising agent and forms product,

X

Molecular weight

.Then calculate value of

.

4

X

Ba(SCN)2

SO42, CO32

NO3

X

X

2.

If for the reaction at 27C , 2A(g) + B(g)

are 200, 100 , 500 cal/mole resepectively , then calculate magnitude of G (in Kcal) of reaction.

[R = 2cal/mole-K]

Fill your answer as sum of digits (excluding decimal places) till you get the single digit answer.

2C(g),

27C 2A(g) + B(g)

Ur = 25.6 kcal

A, B, C

200, 100 , 500 cal/mole

G

(Kcal

)

[R = 2cal/mole-K]

(

)

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3.

Among the following find out total number of reagent(s), which give white precipitate with aqueous solution of Zn+2.

NH4OH, NaOH, (NH4)2S, K4[Fe(CN)6]

Zn+2

4.

H2, HeH, He2+, Li2, O22, FeI3

5.

(A)

HOOC

COOH

(i) Total number of stereoisomers possible for (A) are 3

(ii) Total number of meso compounds possible for (A) is 1

(iii) Number of plane of symmetry in cis form of A are 2

(iv) cis form of above compound (A) is meso

(v) Number of enantiomeric pair possible for (A) is 1

(A)

HOOC

COOH

(i) (A)

3

(ii) (A)

1

(iii) A

2

(iv)

(A)

(v) (A)

1

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Total number of compound(s) having higher bond order of (CO) than CH3C

CHEMISTRY

O

6.

O

CH

C

(CO)

3

O

O

O

OH

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv) CH3OH

(v) CH3CH2OH

O

(vi) CH3CH2C

(vii)

H

F

7.

NO2

F

NaOH

NO2

Cl

NO2

(i)

NO2

O2N

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

NO2

NO2

(v) Br

NO2

NO2

NO2

(vi) I

NO2

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8.

Total number of compounds which can show both aldol condensation and iodoform test :

O

(i)

CH3CCH3

(ii) CH3CH

(iv)

O

(v)

(iii)

OH

(vi) CH3CH2OH

O

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MATHEMATICS

PART-3 : MATHEMATICS

-3 :

SECTIONI : (Maximum Marks : 40)

I : (: 40)

1.

Each question has FOUR options (A), (B), (C) and (D). ONE OR MORE THAN ONE of these

four option(s) is (are) correct.

For each question, darken the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) in the ORS

Marking scheme :

+4 If only the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) is (are) darkened

0

If none of the bubbles is darkened

2 In all other cases

(A), (B), (C)

(D)

:

+4

0

2

Consider the plane P 2x 2y + z = 9 and a point A(13,11,15) not on the plane. Now which of the

following holds good ?

(A) foot of perpendicular from A on plane P is (1,1,9)

(B) image of point A in plane P is (11,13,3)

(C) perpendicular distance of A from plane P is 18.

(D) The volume of tetrahedron formed by xy,yz,zx planes with plane P is 35/23.

P 2x 2y + z = 9

A(13,11,15)

(A) P

A

(1,1,9)

(B) P

A

(11,13,3)

(C) P

A

18

(D) P

xy,yz,zx

35/23

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MATHEMATICS

2.

11

6

(C) The four possible values of z forms square on argand plane

(D) The four possible values of z forms rectangle on argand plane.

z4 + 1 = z2

(A) z

6

11

(B)

[0,2]

z

6

(C)

z

(D)

z

3.

then(A) (x) is an odd function

(B) Number of integers in the range of (x) is 1.

(C) Number of solutions of x

1

are 2

4

1

are 2.

2

: R R

2x(x) + (1 + x2)'(x) = 1

(0) = 0

(A) (x)

(C) x

4.

1

2

(B) (x)

1

(D) x

1

2

1 2 3

Let A be invertible square matrix whose inverse is given as A 1 3 6 . Now which of the

2 5 7

(C) Trace (A adjA)

3

2

11

2

(D) |A1| = 2

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MATHEMATICS

1 2 3

A

A 1 3 6

2 5 7

(|A|, A

)(A) A

(C)

(A adjA)

5.

(B)

(adjA)

11

(D) |A1| = 2

Figure shows a parabola with vertex at origin and axis of symmetry along x-axis. S(1,0) is the focus of

parabola & A(t 1) and B(t 2) are the extremeties of a focal chord making an angle of 30 with

positive x-axis. Which of the following holds good ?

(A) Latus rectum of parabola is 4

(C) Length AB is 1

(D) t 22 2 3t 2 1

A(t1)

30

0

S (1,0)

B(t2)

x-

S(1,0)

A(t1)

B(t2)

x-

30

(A)

4

(C) AB

1

(D) t 22 2 3t 2 1

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MATHEMATICS

6.

b3

ab 9 ab 1

2

p

q

p

q

(where p,q are coprime naturals then)(A) The digit at units place of 'p' is 6

b3

a,b R

ab 1

6a + 20a + 15 = 0 15b + 20b + 6 = 0 2

2

ab 9 ab 1

p,q

7.

(A) p

6

(B) q

6

(C) p

5

(D) q

5

Let : R + R be a function satisfying the functional rule (a.b) = (a) + (b) a,bR+. Then which

1

: R R

(a.b) = (a) + (b) a,bR+

I (3x )dx

0

(A) I

8.

(3)

2

(B) I

log 3

2

3

(D)

( 2)

2

(C) ( 3)

1 m

k

x ; then

m m

m

k 0

If x lim

x mlim

(A) 0

1

2

1 m

k

x

m k 0

m

(B) 1

1

2

(C) 1

3

2

(D) 2

3

2

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9.

x4 x2

k has no solution in [1,] ?

x 6 2x 3 1

x4 x2

k

k

[1,]6

x 2x 3 1

(A)

10.

1

6

(B)

1

5

(C)

1

4

(D)

1

3

Let be a continuous non-algebraic twice derivable increasing function in (0,1) & "(x) > 0.

If (0) = 0, (1) = 1 and g(x) is inverse of (x), then which of the following holds good ?

(0, 1)

"(x) > 0

(0) = 0,

(1) = 1

g(x), (x)

(A)

(C)

x

x

x

x

' x x 0,1

(B)

x

x 0,1

gx

(D)

x

x

x

x

' x x 0,1

x

x 0,1

gx

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MATHEMATICS

II : (: 16)

This section contains TWO questions.

Each question contains two columns, Column-I and Column-II.

Column-I has four entries (A), (B), (C) and (D)

Column-II has five entries (P), (Q), (R), (S) and (T)

Match the entries in Column-I with the entries in column-II.

One or more entries in Column-I may match with one or more entries in Column-II.

The ORS contains a 4 5 matrix whose layout will be similar to the one shown below :

(A) (P) (Q) (R)

(S)

(T)

(S)

(T)

(S)

(T)

(S)

(T)

For each entry in column-I, darken the bubbles of all the matching entries. For example, if entry

(A) in Column-I matches with entries (Q), (R) and (T), then darken these three bubbles in the ORS.

Similarly, for entries (B), (C) and (D).

Marking scheme :

For each entry in Column-I

+2 If only the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct match(es) is (are) darkened

0

If none of the bubbles is darkened

1 In all other cases

-I

-II

-I

(A), (B), (C)

(D)

-II

(P), (Q), (R), (S)

(T)

-I

-II

-I

-II

4 5

:

(A) (P) (Q) (R)

(S)

(T)

(S)

(T)

(S)

(T)

(S)

(T)

-I

-I

(A)

(Q), (R)

(T)

(B), (C)

(D)

:

-I

+2

0

1

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1.

Consider an experiment of tossing a fair of coin six times. Let A and B be two events defined as

follows

A : Number of heads greater than number of tails.

B : The third toss results in head. Now match the columns.

Column-I

Column-II

a

where a and b are relatively prime then 'a' is

b

p

If P B , where p and q are relatively prime then 'q' is

q

(A) If P A

(P)

(B)

(C)

A u

If P

where u and v are relatively prime then 'u' is

B v

B m

(D) If P

where m and n are relatively prime then

A n

3(m + n) is

MATHEMATICS

an even number

(R)

a prime number

(S)

a composite number

(T)

composite number

A

B

A :

B :

-I

-II

a

a

b

a (P)

b

p

p

q

q (Q)

P B

q

(A) P A

(B)

(C)

P

u

v

u (R)

B v

B m

(D) P

m

n (S)

A n

3(m + n)

(T)

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MATHEMATICS

2.

Column-I

Column-II

499

2k 1

1000

k 0

C 2k 1

is divisible by

(P)

100

3 1 4 is divisible by

(C) A non-constant geometric series has sum of its terms

added to infinity are 12 & if every term is squared this sum

p

144

becomes

. If common ratio is

where p & q are

q

7

relatively prime then 2q + p is divisible by

(D) Let xi {1,2,3,4} where i = 1,2,3,4 and xi xj if

i j. If |xi i| > 0, then number of 4 digit numbers of the

form 'x1x2x3x4' is

(B)

(Q) 4

(R)

(S)

(T)

11

-I

-II

499

(A)

2k 1

1000

k 0

100

C 2k 1

, ........

(P)

(B)

3 1 4 , ........

(

[.] )

(C)

(R) 8

12

p

144

p

q

q

7

(2q + p), .....,

(Q) 4

(S)

(T)

11

(D)

xi {1,2,3,4} i = 1,2,3,4

xi xj,

i j |xi i| > 0

x1x2x3x4

III :

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III

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IV : (: 32)

1.

The answer to each question is a SINGLE DIGIT INTEGER ranging from 0 to 9, both inclusive

For each question, darken the bubble corresponding to the correct integer in the ORS

Marking scheme :

+4 If the bubble corresponding to the answer is darkened

0

In all other cases

0 9

:

+4

0

Let (x) = (2x )3 + 2x cosx. If

d 1

x at x = is 1 , a N , then the value of 'a' is

dx

a

d

dx

1

(x) = (2x )3 + 2x cosx x , x =

2.

MATHEMATICS

1

a

, a N

a

x2 x 1

k has no real solution is

x2 x 1

x2 x 1

k

k

x2 x 1

3.

y 1

x 2

64

49

from other focus is 'd', then sum of digits of number 'd' is

y 1

x 2

1

P

P

8

64

49

d

d

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MATHEMATICS

4.

5.

If log2y + (21+x + 21x) (log y) + 22x+1 + 212x = 0; where x,y R, then the value of |log(x + y)| is

|log(x + y)|

log2y + (21+x + 21x) (log y) + 22x+1 + 212x = 0, x,y R

be non-zero non-collinear vectors such that . The value of

Let a,

c a c b

b, c

1 a c b a a b a

2

is

c a c b

a, b, c

1 a2 c b a a b a

6.

If lim

x

1

a

x 1

tan

(a,b N); then the value of a + b is

x 1

2x 2 b

lim

x

7.

1

a

x 1

tan

(a,b N)

a + b

x 1

2x 2 b

x = ee n(nx)n2(nx)

(

e

)

8.

3 x 2

The maximum integral value of 'k' for which x

xk

3 x 2

k

xk

, x 1

has local minima at x = 1 is

, x 1

, x 1

x = 1

, x 1

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:

12.

The ORS is machine-gradable and will be collected by the invigilator at the end of the examination.

13.

14.

Write your name, form number and sign with pen in the space provided for this purpose on the original. Do not write

any of these details anywhere else. Darken the appropriate bubble under each digit of your form number.

:

15.

Use a BLACK BALL POINT PEN to darken the bubbles in the upper sheet.

16.

17.

18.

19.

20.

The marking scheme given at the beginning of each section gives details of how darkened and not darkened

bubbles are evaluated.

21.

g = 10 m/s2

.................................................................................

FORM NO /

..............................................

number of the candidate, and that question

AND SHALL ABIDE BY THEM

paper and ORS codes are the same.

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