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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS :

(i) Duration of Test is 3 hrs.

(ii) The Test booklet consists of 60 questions. The maximum marks are 198.

(iii) There are three parts in the question paper A, B and C consisting of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics having

20 questions in each part of equal weightage.

(iv) Section-I contains 8 multiple choice questions which have only one correct answer. Each question carries +3 marks

for correct answer and 1 mark for wrong answer.

(v) Section-II contains three paragraphs. Based upon each paragraph 2 multiple choice questions have to be answered.

Each question has only one correct answer and carries +3 marks for correct answer and 1 mark for wrong answer.

(vi) Section-III contains 6 multiple choice questions which have one or more answers are correct. Each question carries

+4 marks for correct answer(s). There are no negative marks in this section.

[ PART-A : PHYSICS]

SECTION - I

Single Correct Answer Type

This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for its answer,

out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

Choose the correct answer :

1.

2.

and 4% respectively, which of the following has error

7%?

a2b2

(A)

c

(C)

c 2d

b

d

(B) 3

a

subjected to axial forces as shown in figure. Total

elongation of the bar is (Take Y = 8 102 N cm2)

5N

B

60 cm

(D) d2a

(1)

3N

100 cm

1N

120 cm

(A) 0.0775 cm

(B) 0.75 cm

(C) 7.5 cm

(D) 75 cm

1N

3.

(Paper-2)

plane. Equal volumes of two immiscible liquid whose

densities are 1 and 2 fill half of the tube as shown.

In equilibrium the radius passing through the

interface makes an angle of 30 with vertical. The

ratio of densities (1/2) is equal to

6.

A light ray incident at 90 at the first face emerges

at same angle with the normal from the last face.

Find the relation between the refractive indices

1

2

1

4.

(A)

3 1

2 3

(C)

3 1

3 1

(C)

5.

(A) 12 22 32 2 24 52

30

(B) 12 32 52 2 22 24

(B)

3 1

2 3

(D)

3 1

3 1

(C) 12 22 32 3 24 52

(D) 12 32 52 3 22 24

7.

t 2 T 2

t 2 T 2

(B)

t 2 T 2

t 2 T 2

(D)

orbit, in a centre symmetric potential field

U (r )

in time t second and travels an equal distance,

down the stream, in T second. The ratio of mans

speed in still water to the speed of river water will be

(A)

kr 2

. Using Bohrs quantization rule, the

2

T 2 t2

T 2 t2

T 2 t2

T 2 t2

is pulled horizontally by means of a string so that it

moves with a uniform velocity. If is the coefficient

of friction between the hemisphere and surface, find

the angle of inclination of the hemisphere. (The

centre of mass of a hemisphere is located at a

distance 3r/8 from the centre)

8.

(A)

1 k

4 m

(B)

nh k

2 m

(C)

1 nhk

2 m

(D)

nh

2

resistances [R1, R 2, R 3] connected as shown in

figure, their values must be related as

R1

(A) sin

3 8

1

(C) sin1

R2

F

(A) R1 = R2 = R3

2

(B) sin

3 8

1

(C) R2 = R3 and R1

8

(D) sin1

3 8

(D) R1 = R2 + R3

(2)

1

R2

4

R3

(Paper-2)

SECTION-II

Paragraph Type

This section contains three paragraphs with 2 questions on each paragraph. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B),

(C) and (D) for its answer, out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

Paragraph for Question Nos. 9 & 10

3

Assume that the bubble does not exchange any heat

with the liquid. The bubble contains n moles of gas. The

temperature of the gas when the bubble is at the bottom

is T0. The height of the liquid is H and the atmospheric

pressure is P0. (Neglect surface tension).

4mg

and natural length

spring of spring constant k =

L

9L. The lower end of spring is free and it is at a height

of L from floor as shown in figure. The spring mass

system is released from rest from the position shown in

figure and the lower end of the spring sticks to the floor.

m

9L

P0

H

9.

Floor

11. The maximum speed attained by the block in

process of oscillation is

bottom, its temperature is

2

P l gH 3

(A) T0 0

P0 l gy

3

5

P l gH

(B) T0 0

P0 l gy

(A)

gL

(B)

3gL

(C)

3

gL

2

(D)

3

gL

2

12. Find the time duration for which the spring remains

compressed till the block reaches its lowest position

P l g ( H y ) 5

(C) T0 0

P0 l gH

(A)

P l g (H y ) 5

(D) T0 0

P0 l gH

10. The buoyancy force acting on the gas bubble is

(Assume R is the universal gas constant)

(A) l nRgT0

(B)

P0 l gH

(C)

resting on a horizontal surface holds two immiscible, nonviscous and incompressible liquids of densities d and 2d,

H

as shown in figure. The container is

each of height

2

open to atmosphere. A tiny hole of area s(<<A) is

P0 l gy 5

l nRgT0

P0 l gH P0 l g H y 5

H

punched on the vertical of container at a height h .

2

A

(C) l nRgT0

(D)

P0 l gH 5

P0 l gy

3

5

H

2

8

5

l nRgT0

P0 l gH P0 l g H y

L

L

L

L

1

2

sin1 (D)

sin1

4 g

4g

3

2 2g

4g

3

Paragraph for Question Nos. 13 & 14

2

5

2

5

L

L

2

L

L

1

sin1

sin1 (B)

2g

4g

3

2g

4g

3

H

2

2

5

d

2d

v

h

x

(3)

(Paper-2)

(A)

g

3H 4h

2

(B)

g 3H 4h

(A)

(C)

2g 3H 4h

(D)

g

3H 4h

3

(C)

3H 4h

(B)

3H 4h h

(D)

3H 4h

2

3H 4h h

3

SECTION - III

Multiple Correct Answers Type

This section contains 6 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for its answer,

out of which ONE OR MORE is/are correct.

15. In the circuit shown in figure. If the galvanometer

resistance is 6 , then in the steady state

to bottom is

C1 = 10 F

A

C2 = 20 F

G=6

R1 = 16

top to bottom is zero

mgR

5

upto one-half of the distance between the plates. The

manner in which the potential between the plates

varies is illustrated in the figure. Then find the

variation of potential with the distance after the

dielectric is taken out of the capacitor, when charge

on plates is conserved and potential difference

across the capacitor is conserved

R2 = 8

D

12 V

(A) No current flows through galvanometer

(B) The current through R2 is 4 A

(C) The charge on C1 is 80 C

(D) The charge on C2 is 40 C

II

semicircular track having co-efficient of friction

1

. Which of the following statement/s is/are

5

incorrect?

1 m

5

R

R

II

(A) V

2 2

g

5

(C) V

(4)

II

II

(B) V

mgR

to bottom is

5

II

(D) V

(Paper-2)

(A) The force of interaction between them will be

greater when they carry like charges

on voltage between the cathode and anode. Curves

1 and 2 are for two different sources in figure I and of

same source in figure II

greater when they carry unlike charges

(C) The distribution of charge will be the same when

they are like or unlike charges

Curve 1

Curve 2

O

Figure I

(Voltage)

when they are like or unlike charges

20. Four different thermodynamic process for some

working substance starting from state A are shown

in pressure P versus volume V graph. Which of the

following statement/s is/are correct?

I

B

Curve 2

P

Curve 1

O

Figure II

(Voltage)

V

E

emission frequency and different intensities

WAC > WAD > WAB > WAE

frequency and same intensities

TE < TD < TC

function for curve 1 than curve 2

and for AC is PV AC = constant then AD > AC

function for curve 1 than curve 2

charges are placed at a separation comparable to

their dimensions, then

respectively, then AD > AE

[ PART-B : CHEMISTRY]

SECTION - I

Single Correct Answer Type

This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for its answer,

out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

21. Correct acidic order is

(5)

(Paper-2)

26. In an ionic compound A+ X, the degree of covalent

bonding is greatest when

(A) A+ and X ion are small

(B) A+ is small and X is large

(C) A+ and X ion are approximately of the same

size

(D) X is small and A+ is large

27. How many products will form when Ba is heated

above 675 K in dry air?

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 4

28. Intermolecular dehydration of H2SO4 forms

(B) H2S2O7

(A) SO3

(C) SO2

(D) H2S2O3

of the ions

(A) Ca2+ < Ba2+ < Sr2+ (B) Pb2+ < Ge2+ < Sn2+

(C) Ge2+ < Sn2+ < Pb2+ (D) Cu2+ < Au2+ < Ag2+

24. Two hybrid orbitals have a bond angle of 120. The

percentage of s-character in the hybrid orbital is

nearly

(A) 25%

(B) 33%

(C) 50%

(D) 66%

25. Optical isomerism is not shown by

(A) [Cu(Cl)(NH3)(H2O)(CO)]

(B) cis [Pt(gly)2]2+

(C) [Co(en)3]3+

(D) [Co(en)2Cl2]

SECTION-II

Paragraph Type

This section contains three paragraphs with 2 questions on each paragraph. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B),

(C) and (D) for its answer, out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

Paragraph for Question Nos. 29 & 30

CH3

CH3

HCN

CH O

CH3

CH3

RC CH

(X)

(1)

(Y)

RC = CH

(2)

(Z)

(3)

(B) E2

(C) E1

(D) SN1

RC CH

D

Br

(A) SN2

D

H

R C CH

D H

31. Incorrect among the following

(A) X is heterogeneous catalyst

(B) Y is heterogeneous catalyst

(C) Z is heterogeneous catalyst

(D) Both (A) & (B)

32. Z cannot be

(B) Na/liq. NH3

(A) Li/NH3

(C) Lindlars catalyst

(D) Both (A) & (B)

H

(A) Major product is

D

D

SO32 , SO3 and SO2

4 . From their shapes, it appears that

some or all of them are capable of exhibiting the

phenomenon of resonance.

33. Which of the following will have the strongest S O

bond?

H

CH3

D

D

OCH

(A) SO32

CH3

(C) SO2

(D) All have equal strength

4

34. Which of the following will have the atoms lying in the

same plane?

H

CH3

(B) SO3

OCH

CH3

(6)

(A) SO32

(B) SO3

(C) SO2

4

(Paper-2)

SECTION - III

Multiple Correct Answers Type

This section contains 6 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for its answer,

out of which ONE OR MORE is/are correct.

35. Incorrect among the following is

(A) Correct sequence of reagents is P/I2, AgNO2,

HNO2, NaOH

(A)

(B) CH3

38. Benzophenone does not respond to NaHSO 3

because of its

spontaneously

(C) Aryl and allyl halides are very good substrates

for 1st order nucleophilic substitution

electrophilic aromatic substitution reactions

O

36.

CH3 CH C OH

(D) Planar geometry

39. Among the following, which statement(s) is/are

correct?

(A) CH3 C OH will not respond to haloform test

OH

O

O

(B) Schiff's reagent and Schiff's base are different

compounds

O

O

aromatic aldehydes

H O H

O

dinitrophenylhydrazine reagent

O

O H

(A) 6 P P single bonds

H O

O

(D) Resultant reaction mixture is optically active

(D) P P P angle of 60

[ PART-C : MATHEMATICS]

SECTION - I

Single Correct Answer Type

This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for its answer,

out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

42. Let f and g be functions satisfying f(x) = ex g(x),

f(x + y) = f(x) + f(y), g(0) = 0, g(0) = 5. If g and g

are continuous at x = 0, then

2

2n 2

1

that f cos e n e n 2 , then the value of

n 1

2n

f(0) is

(A) f(x) = x

(B) f(x) = xex

xR

xR

1

(A)

2

(B) 1

(C) f(x) = 5x x R

(C) 2

(D) 3

(D) f(x) = ex + 5x

(7)

xR

43. Domain of the function f ( x ) cos1

is

(A) (0, 7)

(C) [1, 2)

(Paper-2)

x 1

log6 (7 x )

2

and the orthocentre lies at the origin, the coordinates of the third vertex of triangle are

(B) [1, 3]

(D) (2, 2)

cos x x 1

f (x)

44. If f ( x ) 3sin x x 2 3 x , then the value of lim

x 0 x

tan x x 1

is

(A) 0

(B)

(B) (7, 5)

x

is discontinuous at

2

where [ ] denotes the greatest integer function

(A) All x

1

3

(C) All odd integers

3

4

45. A box contains four white and five black balls.

A person draws two balls at random one by one

without replacement. The probability that the balls

drawn are of same colour is

(C) 2

(D)

P( x )

at x = 0, 2 and such that lim 2 2 5 , then the

x 0

x

value of P(2) is

(A)

5

18

(B)

1

6

(A)

3

4

(B)

8

3

(C)

4

9

(D)

1

3

(C)

7

5

(D)

5

6

SECTION-II

Paragraph Type

This section contains three paragraphs with 2 questions on each paragraph. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B),

(C) and (D) for its answer, out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

Paragraph for Question Nos. 49 & 50

Consider the equation cosnx sinnx = 1, where n is any

natural number and 0 x 2. Then answer the following

questions.

49. Maximum possible number of solutions of the

equation, where n = 2m, m N, is

(A) 0

(B) 1

(C) 2

(D) 3

50. Maximum possible number of solution of the

equation, when n = 2m + 1, m N, is

(A) 0

(B) 1

(C) 2

(D) 3

occurs only in even position is

(C) 5!

(B)

(D)

(B)

(C) 5!

2n

For n N (1 + x + x2)n =

ar x r

r 0

n

(1)r ar

Consider all possible permutations of the letters of the

word INDIANOIL.

51. The number of all possible permutations containing

the word INDIA is

(A) 4!

4!5!

2!

9!

(D)

2!3!

(A) 4!

r 0

Cr k

(A) 1

(B) 0

(C) 3

(D) 1

4!5!

2!

54.

(A) an

9!

2!3!

(C) a2n

(8)

an

2

(D) 2an

(B)

(Paper-2)

SECTION - III

Multiple Correct Answers Type

This section contains 6 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for its answer,

out of which ONE OR MORE is/are correct.

55. Let, f(x) be a function defined by f(x) = 4x3 3x

cos ; R (2n + 1) ; n Z, then

necessarily be consecutive) of

(A) At most one G.P.

2

(C) Infinite number of A.Ps

1

(B) f(x) = 0 must have a root in ,

2

59. If Sn = 81 + 54 + 36 + 24 + ... n terms, then

1 1

(C) f(x) = 0 have at least one root in ,

2 2

Sn 1 4Sn 2 6Sn 3 4Sn 4 Sn 5

3

(B) Is a proper fraction

(C) Depends on the value of n

2

equation z1 z2 z2 z1 z1 z2 , then

(A) z1 = z2

(B) z1 z2 1

(C) z1 z2 1

(D) z1 z2 1

(D) Is independent of n

60. The tangent PT and the normal PN to the parabola

y2 = 4ax at a point P on it meet its axis at point T

and N respectively. The locus of the centroid of the

triangle PTN is a parabola whose

xy

a

b

tan tan

(A)

2

xy

b

xy

a

b

tan cot

(B)

2

2

y x

2a

(A) Vertex is , 0

3

(9)

2a

3

(B) Directrix is x

a

3

(Paper-2)

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T PAPER

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for

JEE ((Adv

Adv

a nced

)-2016

Adva

nced)-2016

( P aper

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aper-2)

ANSWERS

Physics

Chemistry

Mathematics

1.

(B)

21.

(A)

41.

(C)

2.

(A)

22.

(B)

42.

(C)

3.

(D)

23.

(C)

43.

(B)

4.

(C)

24.

(B)

44.

(A)

5.

(D)

25.

(B)

45.

(C)

6.

(B)

26.

(B)

46.

(C)

7.

(B)

27.

(C)

47.

(C)

8.

(C)

28.

(B)

48.

(B)

9.

(C)

29.

(B)

49.

(D)

10.

(B)

30.

(A)

50.

(D)

11.

(C)

31.

(C)

51.

(C)

12.

(C)

32.

(C)

52.

(B)

13.

(A)

33.

(B)

53.

(B)

14.

(C)

34.

(B)

54.

(A)

15.

(A, C)

35.

(B, C, D)

55.

(B, D)

16.

(A, B, C)

36.

(B, C)

56.

(A, B, C, D)

17.

(A, D)

37.

(A, B, C)

57.

(B, C)

18.

(A, C)

38.

(A, B, C)

58.

(C, D)

19.

(B, D)

39.

(A, B, D)

59.

(B, D)

20.

(B, C)

40.

(A, C, D)

60.

(A, B, D)

(1)

(Paper-2)

Regd. Office : Aakash Tower, Plot No.-4, Sec-11, MLU, Dwarka, New Delhi-110075

Ph.: 011-47623456 Fax : 011-47623472

MOCK TES

T PAPER

TEST

Time : 3 Hrs.

MM : 198

for

JEE ((Adv

Adv

a nced

)-2016

Adva

nced)-2016

( P aper

-2)

aper-2)

[HINTS & SOLUTIONS]

[ PHYSICS]

1.

Answer (B)

3.

x

2 a

b

c

100

100

100

x

a

b

c

0 + 1gR(1 cos60)

= 0 + 2gR(sin30 + sin60) + 1gR(1 cos30)

x

d

a

100

100 3

100

x

d

a

2.

Answer (D)

Answer (A)

Given A = 10 cm2, Y = 8 102 N cm2

30

simplicity the force of 3 N acting at B may be split

into two forces of 5 N and 2 N as shown in figure.

Similarly, the force of it acting at C may be split into

two forces of 2 N and 1 N.

60

1

1R 1 2R 3 1 1R 2 3

2

2

2

1

(F1l1 F2 l 2 F3 l3 ) with usual notations

Ay

5N

2N

1N

t

1

10 8 102

30

60

1 3 1

2 3 1

5N

4.

2N

Answer (C)

Velocity of man downstream = v + u

1N

v2 u2 u

(5 60 + 2 100 + 1 120)

As given t v 2 u 2 (v u )T

= 0.0775 cm

(2)

(Paper-2)

5.

(v 2 u2)t2 = (v + u)2T 2

v u T2

v t2 T 2

2

v u t

u t2 T 2

7.

Answer (B)

d

mv 2

u(r ) kr

or mv kr 2 m

dr

r

nh

2

Answer (D)

mvr

Hence it is in equilibrium (both rotational as well as

translational)

2 r kr 2 m nh

nh

r

2 km

8.

Answer (C)

P

mg 3r sin = F

8

mg

nh k

2 m

BE = KE + PE

r r sin

v 2t

; R2 = R3

R

i R1

i1

R2

N = mg

...(i)

i 2 R1t i12 R2 t

F = N

...(ii)

R3

i

i1

i

2

R2 R2

point P, we get,

Net clockwise torque of applied force F = anticlockwise torque of mg about bottom-most point.

and mv 2 = kr 2

r sin

3r /8

fk

1/2

3r

8

2

Thus i R1t

9.

...(iii)

R

i2

R2 t ; R1 2

4

4

Answer (C)

1

T1P1

T2P2

we get sin

6.

P0 l g H y

T2 T0

P0 l gH

8

.

3 8

Fb = volume of bubble l g

1 sin90 = 1 sinr1

1sin(90 r1) = 2 sin(r2)

r2

r1

Answer (B)

90

90 r2

90 r1

r3

r4

90 r3

90 r4

r5

Fb

nRT2

l g

P2

l nRgT0

P0 l gH P0 l g H y

3/5

2/5

90 r5

L

4mg

x mg , x

L

4

L 1

1

2

kx 2

mg L mVmax

4

2

2

3sin(90 r3) = 4 sinr4

4sin(90 r4) = 5 sinr5

5mgL 1

1 4mg

2

m Vmax

4

2

2

L

(3)

L

4

i2

R3

(Paper-2)

5mgL 1

mgL

2

m Vmax

4

2

8

10mgL mgL 1

2

m Vmax

8

8

2

3

4g

3L

gL A

A

2

4

L

9mgL 1

2

m Vmax

4

2

Vmax

Vmax = AW

3

gL

2

k

4mg

4g

m

Lm

L

T L

4 4 g

Using conservation of mechanical energy (Let x is

the maximum compression in the springs)

1 4mg

x2

2

L

12

0.5 A

24

V1 C2

2 and V1 + V2 = 12

V2 C1

V1 = 8 V, V2 = 4 V

3L

4

Q1 = C1V1 = 80 C = Q2

16. Answer (A, B, C)

3L

sin t

4

As N mg cos

1

1

, t sin1

3

3

1 1 1

sin

t2

3

3H 4h h

Q1 = C1V1 = C2V2

x = a sin t

t2

3H 4h

v g

sin t

Hg 2Hg 4hg 2v 2

4L 2L

L 3L

,

x

i .e.,

4

4 4

L L2 8L2

4

H

1

H

g h 2g 2v 2 P0

2

2

2

2h

3H 4h

x v .t

g. g

2

2 x Lx L 0

P0

L2mg Lx 2x 2

2

L

L

1

sin1

4 g

4g

3

2

2

L

g

g

2

L

mgL mgx

T

t2

4

mv 2

.

r

v2

So, a g sin g cos

L

1

sin1

4g

3

wn = 0 (fn displacement).

(4)

(Paper-2)

In the case of unlike charged spheres the separation

between the centres of charges will reduced.

20. Answer (B, C)

(A)

As work done area under graph

WAB > WAC > WAD > WAE = 0

(B)

As pressure is constant

TV

TE < TD < TC

(C & D) of polytropic process depends on

magnitude of slope

For process AB, AB is zero

For process AE, AB is infinite

As the magnitude of slope is continuously

increasing

AB < AC < AD < AE.

dv

dx

Here dielectric is placed in first region.

E

capacitor and potential behaves as in 2nd region prior

to removal of dielectric.

Removal of dielectric dont alter potential while the

slope of straight line will acquire a value intermediate

between the one it had in the dielectric and in air

prior to removal of dielectric.

18. Answer (A, C)

We have,

work function W = h eVC

More the slopping potential, less will be the work

function.

[ CHEMISTRY ]

21. Answer (A)

syn addition.

roasting

smelting

ZnS ZnO Zn + CO g

resonance.

show optical isomerism.

C H bond strength < C D bond strength.

& trans lactides, cis lactides are optically active.

air/

Ba

BaO + BaO2 + Ba3N2

O

HO S OH + H O S OH

O

RCH2OH

O

H2S2O7 + H2O

P/I2

RC NO2

AgNO2

AgI

RCH2I

NaOH

N OH

38. Answer (A, B, C)

Due to strong base in presence of aprotic less polar

solvent.

C=O

HSO3

E2 is antiplanar.

Sterically hindered

(5)

RCH2 NO2

(Paper-2)

[ MATHEMATICS]

44. Answer (A)

Taking limit n both the sides, we get,

f (x)

lim f ( x ) f (0)

x 0 x

x 0

L lim

cos en 2n 2

1

lim f lim

2

n2

n 2n

n

n 1

e

f(0) = 0 + 2

f(0) = 2

sin x 1 0

f ( x ) 3sin x x 2 3 x

tan x x 1

cos x x 1

cos x x 1

3cos x 2 x 3 3sin x x 2 3 x

tan x x 1

sec 2 x 1 0

(treating y as a constant)

We get, f (x + y) = f (x)

0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1

f (0) 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 = 0

0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0

On putting x = 0, y = x we get,

f ( x ) f (0) x R

W

B

P (E ) P (W ) P P B P

W

B

Now,

f(x) = ex g(x)

f (0) = 5

f (x) = 5 x R

d f (x)

5

dx

d f ( x ) 5 dx

or,

f(x) = 5x + c

4 3 5 4

9 8 9 8

1 5

6 18

8

4

18 9

Third vertex must lie on the line perpendicular to the

line AB and passing through (0, 0)

B

(3, 4)

on putting x = 0

y= 7x

6

f(0) = c

f(0) = e0 g(0) = 0

c=0

f(x) = 5x, x R

1

or,

x 1

1 and 7 x 0

2

2 x 1 2 and x < 7

1 x 3 and x < 7

mAB

x [1, 3]

(6)

7

6

(0, 0)

x

(4, 2) A

42

6

3 4

7

(Paper-2)

Now,

1 1 1 3

1 3

f f cos cos

2

2

2

2

2

2

[from question]

= (2 cos) (1 cos)

P( x )

Now, lim 2 2 5

x 0

x

or,

lim

x 0

= (1 + cos)(2 + cos)

P( x )

3

x2

1 1

f f 0

2 2

y

Obviously, P(0) = 0

or,

1

2

P ( x )

3

lim

x 0 2x

P (0) = 0 also

Now, lim

x 0

(0, cos)

P ( x )

3

2

P (0) = 6

1

1

Also, f 0 and f 0

2

2

(ii)

2 = 6

=3

P(x )

5 x 2 6 x dx

x 4 5x3 6x 2

c

4

3

2

z1 z2 z2 z1 z1 z2

or,

z2 z1 1 z1 1 z2

z 1

z1

12

Real number

z2

z2 1

z1

z

1

z2 z2

z1 z2 z2 z1

But

(i)

P(0) = 0

P( x )

1

2

P (2)

x 4 5x3

3x 2

4

3

16

8

5 3 4

4

3

40

4

12

3

16

z1 z1 z2 z2 z2 z1 z1 z2

40

8

3

3

or,

z1 z1 z2 1 z2 z2 z1 1

z1 z1 z2 1 z2 z1 z2 1

52. Answer (B)

53. Answer (B)

or,

z1 z2 1 z1 z2 0

Either z1 z2 = 0

z1 = z2

or,

z1 z2 1

z2 z1 1

f(x) =

+

1

2

(iii)

4x3

(ii)

3x cos

1

2

Also z1 z2 1

(7)

(Paper-2)

and a1 + rd = 9

(n m)d = 2

(r n)d = 6

sin1 y cos1 y a b

2

and (r m)d = 8

or,

2sin1y = a + b

ab

sin1 y

2

possible.

whose terms are 1, 3 and 9.

(i)

Now,

sin1x

sin1 x a

sin1y

=a

Sn Sn 1 3 Sn 1 Sn 2 3 Sn 2 Sn 3 Sn 3 Sn 4

Sn 1 Sn 2 3 Sn 2 Sn 3 3 Sn 3 Sn 4 Sn 4 Sn 5

(from question)

ab

2

ab

2

or,

sin1 x

ab

ab

x sin

and y sin

2

2

(ii)

Tn 3Tn 1 3Tn 2 Tn 3

2

r

Tn 1 3Tn 2 3Tn 3 Tn 4

3

a

b

x y 2cos sin

2

2

2

We have ST = SN

PS is a medium PG : GS = 2 : 1

b

sin sin

2

2

N(2a + at2, 0)

S(a, 0)

, 0)

(at

a b a b

Now, xy sin sin

2 2 2 2

2

, 2at)

P(at

xy

a

b

tan cot

2

2

y x

2a

2

and the original

3

series is G.P.

a

b

Now, x y 2sin cos

2

2

n m r n r m

2

6

8

2a at 2 2at

G

,

(G, K )

3

3

1 cos a 1 cos b

2

2

3k 2a = at2 and

cos b cos a

2

2 xy cos b cos a

3k

9k 2

t 3h 2a

2a

4a

Locus of (h, k) is y2 =

2a

Vertex = , 0

3

Let a 1 be the first term and d be the common

difference of A.P. whose (m + 1)th, (n + 1)th and

(r + 1)th terms are 1, 3 and 9 respectively.

directrix x

a

0

3

a1 + md = 1

latus rectum =

49

3

a1 + nd = 3

Focus = (a, 0)

Therefore,

(8)

4a

2a

k

3

3

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