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XII CLASS (VELOCITY)

[ADVANCED] _ PAPER - 1
TARGET IIT - JEE - 2015
BATCH : A1 to A6
Date : 03 08 - 2014

Duration :3 Hours

Max. Marks : 180

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INSTRUCTIONS
In each part of the paper, Section-A contains 10 questions & Section-B contains 10 questions. Total number of
pages are 20. Please ensure that the Questions paper you have received contains ALL THE QUESTIONS in each
section and PAGES.
SECTION - A
1.

Q.1 to Q.10 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which one or more than one is/are correct & carry 3 marks each.
No Negative Marking.

SECTION - C
1.

Q.1 to Q.10 are Integer answer type questions (whose answer is 1 digits) & carry 3 marks each. No Negative Marking.
NOTE : GENERAL INSTRUCTION FOR FILLING THE OMR ARE GIVEN BELOW.

1.

Use only HB pencil or blue/black pen (avoid gel pen) for darkening the bubble.

2.

Indicate the correct answer for each question by filling appropriate bubble in your OMR answer sheet.

3.

The Answer sheet will be checked through computer hence, the answer of the question must be marked by shading the
circles against the question by dark HB pencil or blue/black pen.

4.

While filling the bubbles please be careful about SECTIONS [i.e. Section-A (include single correct, Multiple correct answers),
& Section-C (include integer answer type)].

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correct then, the correct method for (A) is P; for (B) is R, S; for
for filling the bubble is
(C) is Q; for (D) is Q, S, T then
A
B C D E
the correct method for filling
For example if only 'A & C' the bubble is
choices are correct then, the
P Q R S T
correct method for filling the
bubble is
A
B C D E

the wrong method for filling the


M I D D bubble are

L A S T N A ME

D D MMY Y

The answer of the questions in


wrong or any other manner will
be treated as wrong.

Ensure that all columns are filled.


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treated as incorrect. Insert leading zero(s)
if required :
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filled as 0006

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filled as 0086

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PART - I [MATHEMATICS]
SECTION - A

SECTION - A

[MULTIPLE OBJECTIVE TYPE]

[ cgqoS
d fYi d

Q.1 to Q.10 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D)

i z-1 l si z-10 esapkj fodYi

out of which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE is correct

; k, d l svf/kd^^l ghgS
A

1.

The function
f(x) = [x](x2 25)n (x4 + 3x3 + 7x2 + 9x + 12)m,
m, n N attains a local minima at x = 5, then
(w her e [ * ] deno tes greatest i nteger
functions)
(A) n = 2, m = 3
(B) n = 100, m = 200
(C) n = 27, m = 20
(D) n = 64, m = 189

1.

x5 x4
kx2

x3
x be an
If f(x) =
5
4
2

2.

2.

The sequence {xn} is defined by


2

xk+1 = xk xk and x1 =

1
.
2

(where [.] denotes the greatest integer function)


(A) S = 0, if m = 40
(B) S = 1, if m = 100
(C) S = 0, m N
(D) S = 1, m N

(A), (B), (C), (D) gS


] ft

uessal s^^, d

Qy u
LFkkuh; fufEu"B j [ kr k gS
] x = 5 i j] rc
(t gk[*] egke i w
. kkZ
a
d Qyu)
m, n N

(A) n = 2, m = 3
(C) n = 27, m = 20

; fn f(x) =

(B) n = 100, m = 200


(D) n = 64, m = 189

x5 x4
kx2

x3
x
5
4
2

, d o/kZ
eku Qyu

gS
] l Hkhx R dsfy, , r c k2 gksl dr k gS
A
(A) 3
(C) 7
3.

(B) 5
(D) 13

vuq
e {xn} t ksxk+1 = x2k xk } kj ki fj Hkkf"kr gSr Fkk
x1=

1
1
1
Let S

1
x

1
x
1
1
2
m

f(x) = [x](x2 25)n (x4 + 3x3 + 7x2 + 9x + 12)m,

increasing function x R, then k2 can be


(A) 3
(B) 5
(C) 7
(D) 13
3.

i z'u i zd kj

(t

1
2

1
1
1

1
x

1
x
1
2
m
1

gS
] ekuk S

gk[*] egke i w
. kkZ
a
d Qyu)

(A) S = 0, if m = 40

(B) S = 1, if m = 100

(C) S = 0, m N

(D) S = 1, m N

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4.

5.

y = f(x) is a function which satisfies


(i) f(0) = 0
(ii) f"(x) = f'(x) and
(iii) f '(0) = 1
then the area bounded by the graph of
y = f(x), the lines x = 0, x 1 = 0 and
y + 1 = 0, less than or equal to
(A) e
(B) e 2
(C) e 1
(D) e + 1

4.

If 'd' is the diameter of the circle inscribed in


a right triangle of legs a and b and hypotenuse
c then the value(s) of d is/are equal to

5.

(A)

2ab
abc

(C) a + c b
6.

xy =

(A) e
(C) e 1

(B) e 2
(D) e + 1

If 'd' is the diameter of the circle inscribed in


a right triangle of legs a and b and hypotenuse
c then the value(s) of d is/are equal to
(A)

2ab
abc

(B) a + b c

(C) a + c b
6.

1
1
and cos2 (x) sin2(y) =
is
3
2

(D)

ab
abc

A solution (x, y) of the system of equations


xy =

given by

7.

(ii) f"(x) = f'(x) r Fkk

dksl Urq
"V dj r k gS
] t ksvkj s[k y = f(x), j s[kk x = 0,
x 1 = 0 r Fkk y + 1 = 0 } kj k i fj c) {ks
=kQy gS-

ab
abc

A solution (x, y) of the system of equations

, d Qyu gS
] t ks

(i) f(0) = 0
(iii) f '(0) = 1

(B) a + b c
(D)

y = f(x)

1
1
and cos2 (x) sin2(y) =
is
3
2

given by

7 5
(A) ,
6 6

2 1
(B) ,
3 3

7 5
(A) ,
6 6

2 1
(B) ,
3 3

7
5
(C) ,
6
6

13 11
(D) ,
6 6

5 7
(C) ,
6 6

13 11
(D) ,
6 6

If the quadratic equations x + abx + c = 0


2
and x + acx + b = 0 have a common root,
then the equation containing their other roots
is/are
2
2
(A) x + a(b + c) x + a bc = 0
2
2
(B) x a(b + c) x + a bc = 0
2
(C) a(b + c) x + (b + c) x + abc = 0
2
(D) a(b + c) x + (b + c) x abc = 0

7.

; fn f} ?kkr l ehdj .k x2 + abx + c = 0 , oa


x2 + acx + b=0 dk, d ew
y mHk; fu"B gksr ksbuds
vU; ew
y ksal scuk f} ?kkr l ehdj .k gS&
(A) x 2 + a(b + c) x + a2bc = 0
(B) x2 a(b + c) x + a2bc = 0
(C) a(b + c) x2 + (b + c) x + abc = 0
(D) a(b + c) x2 + (b + c) x abc = 0

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8.

9.

( x 1) dx

2x 2x 1
2
(A) f(x) = 2x 2x+1

f ( x)
+ c then
g( x )
(B) g(x) = x + 1

(C) g(x) = x

(D) f(x) =

x2

is equal to

x2 1
2

8.

2x 2 2x

Suppose f is defined from R [1, 1] as


f(x) =

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9.

where R is the set of real

10.

such that f is periodic with period , then


2

(A) The range of f is 0,


4

(B) f is continuous for all real x, but not


differentiable for some real x
(C) f is continuous for all real x

(D) The area bounded by y = f(x) and the


x-axis from x = n to x = n is

2x 2x 1
2
(A) f(x) = 2x 2x+1

f ( x)
+ c gSr c
g( x )
(B) g(x) = x + 1

(C) g(x) = x

(D) f(x) =

2x 2 2x

ekuk f t ks i fj Hkkf"kr gS R [1, 1] r Fkk


x2 1
x2 1

t gkR okLr fod l a


[ ; kvksadkl eq
Pp; gS
]

r c fuEu esal sdkS


ul k@dkS
ul sdFku l ghughagS?
(A) f cgq
, sd hr FkkvUrZ
{ksihgS
(B) f, x>0 dsfy, o/kZ
eku r Fkkx<0 dsfy, l eku gS
(C) f dsi fj c) gks
usi j HkhQyu U;w
ur e eku ughaj [ kr k
gS
A
(D) y = f(x) r Fkky = 1 l si fj c) {ks
=kQy oxZbdkbZ
gS
A

10.

0x
cos x
2

ekukf(x) =
2
x x
2
2

r kfd f vkor hZgSr Fkk vkor Z


d ky j [ kr k gS
] rc

(A) f

dk i fj l j 0,

2
4

gS
A

(B) f l H
khokLr fod x dsfy, l r r ~gSfdUrqdq
N okLr fod
x dsfy, vodyuh; ughagS
(C) f l H
khokLr fod x dsfy, l r r ~gS
A
(D) y = f(x) r Fkkx-v{k} kj kx = n l sx = n r d


2n 1
for a given n N

24

cj kcj

f(x) =

x 1
number. Then the statement which does not
hold is
(A) f is many one onto
(B) f increases for x>0 and decreases for x<0
(C) minimum value is not attained even
though f is bounded
(D) the area included by the curve y = f(x)
and the line y = 1 is sq. units.

0x
cos x
2

Consider f(x) =
2
x x
2
2

( x 1) dx

x2

i fj c) {ks=kQy 2n 1 gS
] t gkn N
24

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SECTION - C
i z'u i zd kj ]

SECTION - C

[ fo' ys
"k. kkRed

[INTEGER ANSWER TYPE]


Q.1 to Q.10 are INTEGER ANSWER TYPE Questions.

i z-1 l si z-10 r d fo' ys"k.kkRed i z'u gS


A
i zR; sd i z'u dkmkj dsoy

(The answer of each of the questions is 1 digits)

1 va
d ksesnhft

1.

1.

Two sides of a triangle are in the ratio 3 : 5


and the third side is 16, if the largest possible

f=kHkq
t dhnksHkq
t k, sa3 : 5 dsvuq
i kr esagSr Fkkr hl j hHkq
tk

f(x) =

(cos t

30

dk eku gS&

The maximum integral value of the function

2.

dkvf/kdr e l a
Hko {ks=kQy k gS
]rc k

16 gS
] ; fn f=kHkq
t

k
area of the triangle is k, then
is equal to
30

2.

; sA

Qyu f(x) = (cos t 2 sin t)dt dk vUrj ky


/2

2 sin t)dt in the interval

/2

,
2

,
2 is equal to

3.

Let f be a real valued function satisfying


f(x) + f(x + 4) = f(x + 2) + f(x + 6).
x8

if

3.

ekuk f , d okLr fod eku Qyu gSt ks


f(x) + f(x + 4) = f(x + 2) + f(x + 6) dksl

x8

; fn

x 16

f(t) dt 4,then
rc

4.

If the polynomial f(x)=4x4 ax3 + bx2 cx+5


where a, b, c R has four positive real zeros
r1, r2, r3 and r4 ; such that

Urq
"V

dj r kgS

x 16

f(t) dt 4, then f(t) dt


x

esa
] vf/kdr e i w
. kkZ
a
d h; eku gS&

r1 r2 r3 r4
1.
2 4 5 8

4.

; fn cgq
i n f(x)=4x4 ax3 + bx2 cx+5 t gk
a, b, c R pkj /kukR
ed okLr fod ' kw
U; r1, r2, r3 r Fkk
r4

4a
Then find the value of
19

f(t) dt

j [ kr k gS; r kfd

r1 r2 r3 r4
1
2 4 5 8

eku Kkr dj ks&


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5.

In a triangle ABC, ABC = 120, AB = 3 and

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5.

BC = 4. If perpendicular constructed on the

, d f=kHkq
t ABC esa
, ABC = 120, AB = 3 r Fkk
BC = 4 ; fn H
kq
t kAB i j A i j

fufeZ
r yEc r FkkHkq
t kBC

side AB at A and to the side BC at C meets

at D then CD is equal to

a
b

i j C i j fufeZ
r yEc] D i j feyr sgSr c CD dkeku

where a and b

gSt gk a r Fkkb l gHkkT; gSr c a b gS&

are coprime then a b is

6.

A circle is inscribed in an equilateral triangle


whose side length is 2. Then another circle
is inscribed externally tangent to the first
circle but inside the triangle as shown, and
then another and another. If this process
continues indefinitely, the total area of all
a
the circles is
where a and b are coprime
b

6.

, d o`k] , d l eckgqf=kHkq
t ft l dhHkq
t kdhyEckbZ2 gS
] esa
vUr%fufeZ
r gS
Ar c vU; o`k] i gyso`kdksck; Li ' kZdj r s
gq
; sr Fkkf=kHkq
t dsHkhr j vUr%fufeZ
r fd; kt kr kgSt S
l kfp=k
esan' kkZ
; kx; kgSr Fkkbl i zd kj A; fn ; g i zf; kvuUr r d
nksgj kbZt kr hgS
] r c l Hkho`kksadkdq
y {ks=kQy
a

a
b

r Fkk b l gHkkT; gS
] r c |a b| dk eku gS&

then |a b| is

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] t gk

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7.

There is a point (p, q) on the graph of


f(x) = x2 and a point (r, s) on the graph of

7.

g(x) =

8
g(x) =
where p > 0 and r > 0. If the line
x

Let the maximum value of expression


4

8.

Let f(x) be a strictly increasing function


defined for all x > 0 such that f(x) >

f(x) . f ( x )

dsvkys[k i j , d fcUnq (r, s) gSt gk

ekuk O
;a
td y =

x4 x2
x6 2x3 1

x > 1

ds fy,

vfkdr e eku q gSt gk p r Fkk q i j Li j vHkkT; i zkr

are relatively prime natural numbers, then


p+q=

8
x

sxq
t j usokyh
j s[kk nksuks oksdh bu gh fcUnq
v ksai j Li ' kZj s[kk gS
A
r c (p + r) dk eku gS&

p
x x
y= 6
for x > 1 is
where p & q
3
q
x 2x 1

9.

ds vkys[k i j , d fcUnq(p, q) gSr Fkk

p > 0 r Fkkr > 0 ; fn (p, q) r Fkk(r, s) l

through (p, q) and (r, s) is also tangent to


both the cures at these points respectively,
then find the value of (p + r).
8.

f(x) = x2

l [ ; kgSr c p + q =
9.

1
and
x

ekukf(x) Bhd o/kZ


eku Qyu] l Hkhx > 0 dsfy, i fj Hkkf"kr
bl i zd kj gSfd f(x) >

1
1

r Fkkf(x) . f ( x ) =1
x
x

l Hkhx > 0 dsfy, ] r c f(1) dki w


. kkZ
a
d Hkkx gS
A

1
=1 for all x > 0, then the
x

integral part of f(1) is :


10.

Suppose g(x) = 2x + 1 and h(x) = 4x2 + 4x+5


and h(x) = (fog)(x). The area enclosed by
the graph of the function y = f(x) and the
pair of tangents drawn to it from the origin,
a
is , where a & b are coprime then a b2 is
b

10.

ekukg(x) = 2x + 1 r Fkkh(x) = 4x2 + 4x+5 r Fkk


h(x) = (fog)(x) r c Qyu y = f(x) dsvkys
[ k r Fkk
bl i j ew
y fcUnql s[ ka
pht kusokyhLi ' kZj s[kkvksads; q
Xe
} kj k fi j c) {ks=kQy

a
b

gS
A t gka r Fkkb i j Li j vHkkT;

gSr c a b2 gS
A

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PART - II [PHYSICS]
SECTION - A

SECTION - A

[MULTIPLE OBJECTIVE TYPE]


Q.1 to Q.10 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D)
out of which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE is correct
1.

At surface of earth potential energy of a particle is U and potential is V. Change in potential

[ cgqoS
d fYi d

i z-1 l si z-10 esapkj fodYi


1.

pose U and V. Then :

2.

(B) U = U/2

(C) V = V/2

(D) V = V/2

Each resistance in the circuit is of 1. Current


of 1A flows through the last resistance as shown
in figure. Then i

2.

C
1

(B) U = U/2
(D) V = V/2

i fj i Fkesai zR; sd i zfr j ks/k1gS


A1A dh/kkj kfp=kkuq
l kj vfUre
i zfr j ks/kl si zokfgr gksrhgSr ks&
1A

(A) v = 21 volt gS
A
(B) cS
Vhl sdq
y /kkj k(i) = 21 amp gS
A
(C) V = 34 volt gS
A
(D) r q
Y; i zfr j ks/k 1.62 gS
A

S1

3.

i znf' kZ
r i fj i Fkesa
S1

S2
A
10V

uessal s^^, d

i `Fohdhl r g i j , d d.kdhfLFkfr t t kZU gSr FkkfoHko


V gS
A fLFkfr t t kZesai fj or Z
u r FkkfoHko esai fj or Z
u pkbZ
h = R i j ekuk U o V gSr ks&

1A

In the circuit shown in figure

(A), (B), (C), (D) gS


] ft

(A) U = U/2
(C) V = V/2

(A) v is 21 volt
(B) total current (i) through battery is 21 amp
(C) V is 34 volt
(D) equivalent resistance is 1.62
3.

; k, d l svf/kd^^l ghgS
A

energy and potential at height h = R are sup(A) U = U/2

i z'u i zd kj

C
1

20V

S2
A
10V

B
3

20V

(A) VCVA is 2.5 V when S1 is closed and S2 is open


(B) VC VA is 10 V when S1 is open and S2 is closed
(C) VC VA is 5 V when S1 and S2 both are open
(D) VC VA is 20 V when both S1 and S2 are closed

(A) VC VA = 2.5 V gSt c S1 yxhgSr Fkk S2 [ kq


y hgS
A
(B) VC VA = 10 V gSt c S1 [ kq
y hgSr Fkk S2 yxhgS
A
(C) VC VA = 5 V gSt c S1 o S2 nks
uka
s[ kq
y hgS
(D) VC VA = 20 V gSt c S1 o S2 nks
uksayxhgS
A

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4.

A double star in a system of two stars of masses


m and 2m, rotating about their centre of mass
only under their mutual gravitational attraction.
If r is the separation between these two stars
then their time period of rotation about their

4.

centre of mass will be proportional to(A) r3/2

(B) r

(C) m1/2

(D) m1/2

(A) r3/2
(C) m1/2
5.

5.

(B) r
(D) m1/2

fp=kesai znf' kZ
r i fj i Fkvkj s[kesa
] fuEu ea
sl sdkS
ul kl ghgS&

In the circuit diagram shown in the figure.


Which of the following is true

(A) fcU
nqA r Fkk C l eku foHko i j gS
A
(B) A, C dhr q
y uk esamPp foHko i j gS
A
(C) A o C dschp dk foH
kokUrj dk i fj ek.k 5 volt gS
A
(D) C,A dhr q
y uk esamPp foHko i j gS
A

(A) The points A and C are at the same potential


(B) A is at a higher potential than C
(C) Magnitude of P.D. between A and C is 5 volt
(D) C is at higher potential than A
6.

nzO
; eku m r Fkk2m dsnksd.kdks, d fudk; esanksd.kbuds
nzO
; eku dsUnzdsi fj r dsoy budsi j Li j xq
: Roh; vkd"kZ
. kds
dkj .k?kw
e j gsgS
A ; fn r nksuksad.kksadschp vyxko nw
j hgSr ks
nzO
; eku dsUnzdsi fj r ?kw
. kZ
u dk vkor Z
d ky vuq
ekuq
i kr h
gksxk&

Consider the circuit shown in the figure


5
3 A 3

28 V

10

10

4 B 2
3
(A) the current in the 5 resistor is 2A
(B) the current in the 5 resistor is 1A
(C) the potential difference VA VB is 10 V
(D) the potential difference VA VB is 5V

6.

fp=kesai znf' kZ
r i fj i Fki j fopkj dhft , &
5

28 V

3 A 3

10

10

4 B 2
3
(A) 5 i z
fr j ks/kd esa/kkj k2A gS
A
(B) 5i z
fr j ks/kd esa/kkj k1A gS
A
(C) foH
kokUrj VA VB = 10 V gS
A
(D) foH
kokUrj VA VB = 5V gS
A

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7.

Two satellites A and B of equal mass m0, moving in the same circular orbit of radius r around
the earth (mass M) but in opposite sense of
rotation and therefore on a collision course (see
figure), then (A) Total mechanical energy
r
of the two satellites plus
A
B
earth system before collision

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7.

l eku nzO
; eku m0 dsnksmi xzg A r FkkB gS
] t ksi `Foh
nzO
; eku
Mdsi fj r f=kT; kr dhl eku o`kh; d{kkes
axfr ' khy gSfdUrq
?kw
. kZ
u foi j hr fn' kkesagSbl fy, VDdj gksA
fp=kkuq
l kj r ks&
r
A

2GMm
is
r
(B) Total mechanical energy immediately after

(A) nksmi xz
g $ i `Fohfudk; dhdq
y ; ka
f=kd t kZVddj ds
2GMm
iw
oZ
gS
A
r
(B) i w
. kZ
r %vi zR; kLFk VDdj dsr q
j Ur ckn dq
y ; ka
f=kd t kZ
2GMm
gS
A
r
(C) l a
;q
Dr mi xzg nzO
; eku dh mkj kskj xfr l h/kh j s[kk esa

2GMm
r
(C) Subsequent motion of combined satellites
mass is along straight line
(D) Subsequent motion of combined satellites
mass is along circular orbit of reduced radius

completely inelastic collision is

8.

Two cells of unequal emfs E1 and E2 and internal


resistance r1 and r2 are joined as shown in figure. VP and VQ are the potential at P and Q
respectively.
E1, r1

B
M

gksxhA
(D) l a
;q
Dr mi xzg nzO
; eku dhmkj kskj xfr ?kVr hf=kT; kdh
o`kh; d{kkesagksxh
8.

vl eku fo-ok-c- E1 o E2 r FkkvkUrfj d i zfr j ks/kr1 o r2 dsnks


l sy fp=kkuq
l kj t q
M+
sgS
a
A VP o VQ e' k%P o Q i j foHko gS
A
E1, r1

E2, r2

(A) The potential difference across both the


cells will be equal
(B) One of the cell, will supply energy to the
other cell.
(C) The potential difference across one of the
cells will be greater
than its emf.
E1r2 E 2r1
(D) VP VQ r r
1
2

E2, r2

(A) nks
uksal

sy ksai j foHkokUrj l eku gksxkA


(B) , d l s
y nw
l j sl sy i j t kZl IykbZdj sxkA
(C) nks
uksal sy ksaesal s, d i j foHkokUrj vf/kd gksxkA
(D) VP VQ

E1r2 E2r1
r1 r2

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9.

A geostationary satellite is at a height h above

9.

the surface of earth. If earth radius is R


(A )

Th e

, d Hkw
fLFkj mi xzg i `Fohdhl r g l sh pkbZi j gS
A; fn i `Foh
dhf=kT; kR gS
A

mi ni mu m

colatitude on earth upto


R

which the satellite can be

used for communication is


R

sin1 (R/R + h)
(B)

The

(A) l

maxi mum

a
pkj dsfy, i z;q
Dr mi xzg ft l i j i `Fohi j U;w
ur e l gv{kka
'k
sin1 (R/R + h) gS
A

colatitudes on earth upto


which the satellite can be used for communication

(B) l

a
pkj dsfy, i z; q
Dr mi xzg ft l i j i `Fohvf/kdr e l gv{kka
'k
sin1 (R/R + h) gS
A

is sin1 (R/R + h)
(C) The area on earth escaped from this satellite

(C) bl

mi xzg l scpkgq
v ki `Fohi j {ks=kQy 2R2(1 + sin) gS
A

is given as 2R2(1 + sin)

(D) bl

mi xzg l scpkgq
v ki `Fohi j {ks=kQy 2R2(1 + cos) gS
A

(D) The area on earth escaped from this satellite


is given as 2R2(1 + cos)

10.

10. A variable current flows through a resistor

, d i fj or hZ/kkj k 2 l S
d .Mdsfy, 1 i zfr j ks/kd l si zokfgr
gksrhgS
A l e; dh/kkj ki j fuHkZ
j r kdkxzkQ i znf' kZ
r gS
A

for 2 seconds. Time dependence of the current


is shown in the graph -

1(A)
10
0

1(A)
10
0

t(S)

(A) Total charge flown through the resistor is 10 C


(B) Average current through the resistor is 5A
(C) Total heat produced in the resistor is 50 J
(D) Maximum power during the flow of current
is 100 watt

t(S)

(A) i z
fr j ks/kl

si zokg dq
y vkos'k10 C gS
A
(B) i z
fr j ks/kl si zokg vkS
l r /kkj k5A gS
A
(C) i z
fr j ks/k esamRiUu dq
y "ek50 J gS
A
(D) /kkj k dsi z
okg dsnkS
j ku vf/kdr e ' kfDr 100 watt gS
A

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SECTION - C
[INTEGER ANSWER TYPE]

SECTION - C
[ fo' ys
"k. kkRed i z'u i zd kj ]

Q.1 to Q.10 are INTEGER ANSWER TYPE Questions.

i z-1 l si z-10 r d fo' ys"k.kkRed i z'u gS


A
i zR; sd i z'u dkmkj dsoy

(The answer of each of the questions is 1 digits)

1 va
d ksesnhft

1.

1.

Power dissipated by the circuit is approximately


9x watt. Then find the value of x.

; sA

i fj i Fkds} kj ki znDr ' kfDr yxHkx 9x okV gS


Ar c x dkeku
3
Kkr dj ksA
R
1

3
R

1
6

4
6

Q
12V

12V
P

2
8
5

5
4

2.

A chord of length 64 m is used to connect a


100 kg astronaut. Estimate the value of the
tension (in 102 N) in the cord. Assume that the
spaceship and the astronaut fall on a straight
line for the earth's centre. The radius of the
earth is 6400 km.

3.

In the circuit as shown, find the potential difference across the battery B (in V).

4.

Figure show a network of eight resistors num


3V
bered 1 to 8, each equal
to 2, connected to a
3V battery of negligible I
internal resistance. The
1
4
6
current I in the circuit
3
5
in ampere is 2
7
8

2.

yEckbZ64 m dh, d j Ll hdks, d 100 kg vUrfj {k; k=khl s


la
; ksft r dj i z; q
Dr fd; kx; kgS
Aj Ll hesar uko (102 N es)a
dkeku cr kb, Aekukfd va
r fj {k; ku o vUrfj {k; k=khi `Fohds
dsUnzdsfy, , d l h/khj s[kkesafxj r sgS
Ai `Fohdhf=kT; k6400
a
km gS
A

3.

i znf' kZ
r i fj i Fkesa
] cS
VhB i j foHkokUrj (V esa
) Kkr dhft , &

4.

fp=k esa i znf' kZ


r vkB i zfr j ks/kksa
(1 l s8) dk, d t ky i z
R; sd dk
I
i zfr j ks/k 2 gS
] ux.; vkUrfj d
i zfr j ks/kdh3V cS
Vhl st q
M+
sgS
A
i fj i Fkesa/kkj kI
, fEi ; j esa
gksxh&

3V

1
2

4
3

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5.

In the circuit shown in figure, find the value of


unknown resistor R.

5.

fp=kesai znf' kZ
r i fj i Fkesa
] vKkr i zfr j ks/kR dkeku cr kb, &
5A

5A

8A

8A

3A

40V

+ 100V
A

+ 100V
A

7.

Two particles A and B of masses 1 kg and 2


kg, respectively are kept at a very large
separtation. When they are released, they
move under their gravitational attraction. Find
the speed (in 105 m/sec) of A when that of B
is 3.6 cm/hr.
In the circuit shown in figure, all wires have
equal resistance r. Find the equivalent resistance between A and B.(If r=5)

6.

1 kg o 2 kg nz
O
; eku dsnksd.kA o B cgq
r vf/kd

esaxfr dj r sgS
A
t c B d h pky 3 .6 cm /h r r c A d h pky
(105 m/sec es
a
) Kkr
7.

dhft , &

fn, x, i fj i Fkesai zR; sd r kj dki zfr j ks/kl eku 'r' gS


A A r Fkk
B

dse/; r q
Y; i zfr j ks/kKkr dj ksA (; fn r=5gS
)
C

vyxko

nw
j hi j j [ ksgS
At c ; sNksM+
st kr sgS
] r ks; sbudsxq
: Roh; vkd"kZ
.k

8.

6.

3A

40V

An artificial satellite is moving in a circular orbit


around the earth with a speed equal to half the

8.

, d d`f=ke mi xzg i `Fohl si yk; u osx l svk/ksi j i `Fohdspkj ksa

magnitude of the escape velocity from the

vksj o`kh; d{kk esaxfr ' khy gS


A ; fn mi xzg bl dh d{kk esa

earth. If the satellite is stopped suddenly in its

vpkud : d t kr k gSvkS
j i `Fohi j eq
Dr : i l sfxj r kgS
] r ks

orbit are allowed to fall freely on the earth, find


the speed (in km/sec) with which it hits the
surface of earth (g=10 m/sec2 and R= 6400 km).

i `Fohdhl r g i j Vdj kusdhpky (km/sec es


)a Kkr dhft , &
(g=10 m/sec2 r FkkR = 6400 km).

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9.

Obtain the power (approximately) imparted to


the 10 resistor in the shown network.

10. Find out current in 2 resistance in between


P and Q.

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9.

i znf' kZ
r usVodZesa10 i zfr j ks/k i j ' kfDr
yxHkxi zkIr
dhft , &

10. P

o Q dschp 2i zfr j ks/k esa/kkj kKkr dhft , &


Q

Q
12v
12v

P
P

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CHEMISTRY [PAPER - 1]
SECTION - A

SECTION - A

[MULTIPLE OBJECTIVE TYPE]


Q.1 to Q.10 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D)

[ cgqoS
d fYi d

i z'u i zd kj ]

out of which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE is correct

i z-1 l si z-10 esapkj fodYi (A), (B), (C), (D) gS


] ft uessal s^^, d
; k, d l svf/kd^^l ghgS
A

1.

1.

Select the correct statements(s) about threedimensional hcp system.


(A) The number of atoms in hcp unit cell is six.
(B) The volume of hcp unit cell is 4 2 r3.
(C) The empty space in hcp unit cell is 26%.
(D) The base area of hcp unit cell is 6 3 r2

2.

Which of the following is/are endothermic


reactions ?
(A) Combustion of methane
(B) Decomposition of water
(C) Dehydrogenation of ethane
(D) Conversion of graphite to diamond

3.

a
M

2.

NH3 Cl NH
3
M

NH3
NH3
a a
Cl
(I)
(II)
Which of the following is correct related to I
and II ?
(A) I exhibits geometrical isomerism
(B) I exhibits optical isomerism
(C) II exihibits ionization isomerism
(D) II exhibits geometrical isomerism

f=kfoeh; hcp r a
=kdsckj sesal R; dFku@dFkuksadkspq
fu, &
(A) hcp , dd dks
f"Bdkea
si j ek.kq
v ksadhl a
[ ; k6 ga
S
A
3
(B) hcp , dd dks
f"Bdk dk vk; r u 24 2 r gS
A
(C) hcp , dd

dksf"Bdkesafj Dr vodk' k26% gS


A

(D) hcp , dd

dksf"Bdkdkvk/kkj {ks=kQy 6 3 r2 gS
A

fuEufyf[ kr esal sdkS


ul hvfHkf; k@vfHkf; k, "ek' kks"khgS
(A) es
Fksu dk ngu
(B) t y dkfo?kVu
(C) , Fks
u dkfogkbMkst uhdj .k
(D) xz
sQkbV dkghj sesa: i kUrj .k
a

3.

NH3 Cl NH
3
M

M
a

a a
(I)

NH3

Cl
(II)

NH3

I r FkkII dsl

EcU/kdsfuEu esal sdkS


ul kfodYi l ghgS?
(A) I T; kfefr ; l eko; or kn' kkZ
r kgS
A
(B) I i z
d kf' kd l eko; or kn' kkZ
r kgS
A
(C) II vk; uu l eko; or kn' kkZ
r kgS
A
(D) II T; kfefr ; l eko; or kn' kkZ
r kgS
A

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4.

Select the correct statements

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4.

l ghdFku dkspq
usA
(A) j kmYV fu; e dsvuq
l kj H2O + C2H5OH dkfoy; u
/kukRed fopyu nsrkgS
A
(B) j kmYV fu; e dsvuq
l kj CHCl3 vkS
j CH3COCH3
_ .kkRed fopyu nsrsgS
A
(C) okLr fod foy; u CH3COCH3 vkS
j CS2 _ .kkRed
fopyu i znf' kZ
r dj r sgS
A
(D) mi j ks
Dr esal sdksbZugha

5.

fuEu esal sdkS


u l ghfof/k dksi znf' kZ
r dj r kgS\

(A) Solution of H2O + C2H5OH shows + ve


deviation from raoult's law
(B) Solution of CHCl 3 & CH3COCH3 shows
ve deviation from Raoult's law
(C) CH3COCH3 & CS2 is a real solution shows
ve deviation
(D) None
5.

Which is/are represent correct method?


(A) TiCl 2/TiO2 + 2Mg Ti + 2MgCl 2 : Kroll

(A) TiCl 2 + 2Mg Ti + 2MgCl 2 : Kroll


(B) Ni(CO)4 Ni + 4 CO : Mond

(B) Ni(CO)4 Ni + 4 CO : Mond


(C) Ag2CO3 2AgO + CO2 + 1/2O2 : Van
Arkel

(C) Ag2CO3 2Agc + CO2 + 1/2O2 : Van


Arkel

(D) ZrI4 Zr + 2I2 : Van Arkel

6.

R2SiCl 2 + H2O

(i) Hydorlysis
(ii)

(D) ZrI4 Zr + 2I2 : Van Arkel


P1 + P2

6.

P1 & P2 are

(i) t y v i ?kVu
(ii)

P1 + P2

r FkkP2 gS
&
(A) kW
l fya
d fl fydkW
u, HCl
(B) j s
[ kh; fl fydkW
u, HCl
(C) 3-D fl fydkW
u, HCl
(D) Ja
`[ kykfl fydkW
u
P1

(A) Crosslinked silicone, HCl


(B) Linear silicone, HCl
(C) 3-D silicone, HCl
(D) cyclic silicone
7.

R2SiCl 2 + H2O

Copper sulphate solution react with excess


of KCN the compound formed are:
(A) K3[Cu(CN)4]

(B) Cu2(CN)2

(C) Cu(CN)2

(D) K2[Cu(CN)4]

7.

dkW
i j l YQsVfoy; u KCN dsvkf/kD; esaf; kdj dscukr kgS
A
(A) K3[Cu(CN)4]
(C) Cu(CN)2

(B) Cu2(CN)2
(D) K2[Cu(CN)4]

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8.

Which of the following statement is/are


correct ?
(A) Two sucrose solutions of same molality
prepared in different solvent will have the
same frezzing point depression.
(B) Osmotic pressure (p) of a solution is given
by p = MRT, where M is molarity of the solution.
(C) The correct order of the osmotic pressure
for 0.01 M aqueous solution of each of the
given compound is BaCl2 > KCl > CH3COOH >
Surose
(D) Raoult's law state that the vapour
pressure of a component over a solution is
proportional to its mole fraction.

9.

Consider the following statements and pick


up the correct statements:
(A) MeO

8.

fuEu esal sdkS


ul kdFku l ghgS?
(A) nksl q
kst foy; u ft l dheksy j r kl eku gSvyx&vyx
foyk; d esacuk; st kr sgS
Aft l dkDoFkka
d esavoueu l eku
gS
A
(B) i j kl j .k nkc (p) , d foy; u dk fn; k x; k gS
A
p = MRT t gkM , d eks
y j r kgSfoy; u dkA
(C) 0.01 M t yh; foy; u dsi j kl j .knkc dkl ghe
BaCl 2 > KCl > CH3COOH > l q
j ksu gS
A
(D) j kmYV dsfu; e dsvuq
l kj foy; u dk ok"i nkc
l ekuq
i kr hgksrkgS
A eksy fHkUu ds

9.

fuEu dFkuksadkvoyksd u dhft , r Fkkl ghdFku pq


fu, &

CH2Br will react more


CH2Br dhvi s
{kkvf/kd

O 2N
readily than O2N

CH2Br for SN1 re-

Br

Br

r hozrkl sf; k

dj sxkA

action.
Br

Br

SN1 vfH
kf; kdsfy; s

(B)
(B)

CH2Br, SN1 vfH


kf; kdsfy; s

(A) MeO

for SN1

will react more readily than

dhvi s{kkvf/kd r hozrkl sf; kdj sxkA


for SN1 reaction
Cl

Cl

Cl
Cl
(C)

(C)

will react more readily than

N
H
for SN1 reaction
(D) SN1 reaction is favored by polar protic
solvent.

N
H

SN1

vfHkf; k dsfy; s

dhvi s{kk
N

vf/kd r hozrkl sf; kdj sxkA


(D) SN1 vfH
kf; k/kzq
oh; i zksfVd foyk; d } kj kvkl kuhl s
gksrhgS
A

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10.

Identify the correct statement.


(A) Retension of configuration takes place
in SN1

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10.

l R; dFku i gpkfu, &


(A) SN1 es
avfHkfoU
; kl
(B) SN2

(B) R convert into S and S convert into R


configuration in SN2
(C) Racemisation takes place in SN1
(D) None

(C) SN1 es
aj sl sehdj .kgksrkgS
A
(D) dks
bZugha

SECTION - C

[INTEGER ANSWER TYPE]


Q.1 to Q.10 are INTEGER ANSWER TYPE Questions.
(The answer of each of the questions are upto
4 digits)

2.

esaR, S esar FkkS, R vfHkfoU; kl esa i fj ofr Z


r

gksrkgS
A

SECTION - C

1.

dkvi zfr i u (Retension) gksrkgS


A

[ fo' y s
"k. kkRed

i z'u i zd kj ]
i z-1 l si z-10 r d fo' ys"k.kkRed i z'u gS
A
i zR; sd i z'u dk mkj 4
va
d ksr d nhft ; sA

Oxidation number of Fe in violet coloured


complex Na4[Fe(CN)5(NOS)] is :

1.

The possible number of alkynes with the


formula C5H8

2.

3.

Find the total no. of amides having molecular


formula C4H9NO.

4.

The number of 3C2e bond present in a


diborane molecular are:

3.

4.

cS
a
xuh j a
x dsl a
dq
y Na4[Fe(CN)5(NOS)] esaFe dh
vkW
Dl hdj .k l a
[ ; k ga
S
A
C5H8 l

q
=kdsfdr usl EHko , YdkbZ
u gksxs\

fn; sx, C4H9NO v.kq


lq
=kesa, ekbMksdsl EHko l a
[ ; kfdr uh
gksxhA
Mkbcksjsu v.kqesafdr us3C2e cU/kksadhl a
[ ; kmi fLFkr
gS\

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5.

The freezing point of a 0.08 molal aqueous


solution of NaHSO4 is 0.372C. Calculate
the % dissociation for the reaction at the
given temperature
HSO4
H+ + SO42

NaHSO4 ds 0.08 eks


yy t
0.372C gS
A fn; sx; sr ki

5.

yh; foy; u dk fgeka


d
i j vfHkf; k dk i zfr ' kr

fo; kst u Kkr dj ksA


HSO4

H+ + SO42

Kf of water = 1.86 K Kg/mole

t y dsfy, Kf = 1.86 K Kg/mole

1
[Give your answer multiplying by
]
25

6.

A solid is made up from three atoms A, B & C . A


present at the alternate corners of the cube,
B present at the atlernate face centre of
the cube & C present alternate edge centre
of the cube. The formula of solid is AxByCz
then value 2x + y z is :

7.

8.

1
l sxq
. kk dj usdsckn mkj fnft , ]
25

6.

, d Bksl r hu i zd kj dsi j ek.kqA, B o C l sfeydj cur k


gS
A A i j ek.kq/ku dsdksuksai j , dkUrj : i l sO
; ofLFkr gS
A
B i j ek.kqQyd ds
Ui j mi fLFkr gSr FkkC i j ek.kq, st i j
mi fLFkr gS
Ar ksBksl dkl w
=kAxByCz r ks2x + y z dk
eku gksxk&

The number of 3d-electrons remained in Fe2+


(At. no. of Fe = 26) is

7.

Fe2+ (Fe

Calculate the total compounds which release


CO2 with NaHCO3 among the following compounds.

8.

fuEufyf[ kr esal sfdr us; kS


fxd NaHCO3 dsl kFkCO2 fudkyr s
gS
A

OH

OH

NO2
(i)

dk i j ek.kqeka
d = 26) vk; u esa 3dbysDVkW
uksadhl a
[ ; kgksxh&

(ii)

NO2
(i)

NO2

NO2

NO2

(ii)

NO2

NO2

SO3H

COH
(iii)

OH

OH

NO2

(iv)

SO3H

COH
(iii)

(iv)

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(v)

(vii) CH3SO3H

9.

OH

OH

(vi) CH3CH2OH

CH3COH

(vii) CH3SO3H

9.

1
]
600

In the complex Fe(CO)x, the value of x is :

10.

OH

OH

(viii)

vkn' kZxS
l dk , d eksy fuEu ph; i ze nsrk gS
&
(I) (P1 V1 T1) l snq
xq
usr ki r d l evk; r fud (isochoric)
xeZdj usi j
(II) vkbl ks
csfj d foLRkkj dsfy, vk; r u nq
xukgksukpkfg,
(III) (P1, 8V1) r d j s
[ kh; i zl kj (PV o i j )
(IV) i z
kj fEHkd voLFkkr d l enkch; l Ei hMu
dS
y ksjhesafd; sx; sdk; Zdk i fj ek.k i fj dfyr dhft , \
; fn xS
l dki zkj fEHkd r ki 300 K gSA
fn; k gS: R = 2

Cal
mol K

[Give your answer multiplying by

10.

(v)

(viii)

One mole of ideal gas undergoes following


cyclic process:
(I) Isochoric heating from (P 1 V 1 T1) to
double temperature.
(II) Isobaric expansion from to double volume.
(III) Linear expansion (on PV curve) to (P1,
8V1).
(IV) Isobaric compression to initial state.
Calculate the magnitude of work done in
calories if initial temperature of the gas is
300 K?
Given : R = 2

(vi) CH3CH2OH

CH3COH

Cal
mol K

1
l sxq
. kk dj usdsckn mkj fnft , ]
600

la
dq
y Fe(CO)x esax dk eku ga
S
A

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