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ANSWERS, HINTS & SOLUTIONS CRT –III (Main)

 Q. No. PHYSICS CHEMISTRY MATHEMATICS 1. A B A 2. A D D 3. C A B 4. A A C 5. C D A 6. C A C 7. A A D 8. D B C 9. B A B 10. C A B 11. A B C 12. D C B 13. D D A 14. C B B 15. C C C 16. A D B 17. B C B 18. B C A 19. B A C 20. D B A 21. A C C 22. C D C 23. C D D 24. A D A 25. C C B 26. C C C 27. A D C 28. C D D 29. A C B 30. C B B

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PPhhyyssiiccss

PART – I 1.
V = Es ;
2sm
E =
2
qt
2
2s m
 V 
= 11.375 Volt
2
qt
 '
.2
sin30
sin60
 '  3

' 'cos30  v cos30

  cos60(v ' ') cos60(2v) v

= v/= 3 3

400 v
30


120°

3.

4

for x<0

It will oscillate like SHM m
k

Time period

For x>0

It will perform periodic motion under constant force

T

1

 2E
T
 2
2
2
mg
Hence time period
m
2E
T

2
2
k
mg
2
mv
0
ev B 
0
R
mv
0
B 

eR

T T T

1

2 2
2
a
R
 b R
2
2
b
 a
R 
2b
2bmv
0
B 
2
(b 2
 a
)e

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5.

6.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

15.

16.

17.

Here the total time is given T Time spent m the region is (  2) Hence total time spent

T

 2  

 

2  2
 2

Torque of Internal force is always zero. All other quantities will vary.

Static friction depends on tendency.

2

ML

12

2

sin 60

2

2

3ML

24

When impulse of external force is zero.

Balance forces. R
N
N
mg

()

m2 L cos I
I
a
2
x
   
t
 
y(x, t) =
b
  e
 v = b
m
T
2L = m  ( 1 /2) =
2f
9
n
T
L = n  ( 2 /2) =
2f
4

m = 3n = 3 1 = 3

cos = 1   = 0  L = 1/C

f B = f f 0 =

=

2v f

0

0

2v v

0

v

v

v

0

sin 30

v sin30

0



f

0

f

0

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18.

19.

20.

1 mv

2

2

h

 

= D/d, is minimum for violet.

V

PG

V

PC

V

CG

2xj ˆ 2i ˆ

Hence, for the paritcle,

V

a

x

(a)

and trajectory

= 4m/s

x = 2m/s and V y = 2x = 4t

x = 0

= 2t,

a

y

y = 2t 2

2

a Total = 4m/s 2 (along Y-axis)

y

2.

x

2

4

when

a

a

N

x

2

2

, a cos = a sin    = 45º

So, V x = V y = 2 V = 2

R

C

V

2

4

2

 

a

N 4.cos45

o 2
2
2

m =

4 2

m

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CChheemmiissttrryy

PART – II

2.

3. O
OH
O
O
H
 OH
OH
O
O
H
OH
OH
O
O
Tautomerise
 
H
H
D
D
D

D
 H 
D
D
D
D 3  O
  
D
D

D

4.

Talc has empirical formula Mg 2 (Si 2 O 5 ) 2 Mg(OH) 2 which Si O

silicates.

2

5

2n

n

units of two dimensional sheet 5.
H

O

6. It has half open book like structure having dihedral angle 97 o
97 o
O
H
o

2
46.1
187.8
o
2
285.8

H
1
N H

kJ
/ mol 
r H
r
2
4
= - 241.0 kJ/mol -1
H
N H
 50.6 kJ / mol
o
2
4
r

9.

Decomposition enthalpy = - 50.6 kJ/mol.

Radius ratio for MgO is = 0.464 which reflect the coordination number 6 and radius ratio for MgS is 0.353. Which reflect the coordination number 4.

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10.

12.

13.

14.

 H O 2       ClO  3   aq   ClO   4  aq    2H    aq   2e   2H aq   ClO 3  aq   2e  ClO 2  aq  H O 2   2ClO  3     ClO   aq   ClO 2  aq 4  aq E o  0.33  0.36  0.03 cell E o RT lnK (at equilibrium) cell  nF  0.03  0.059 logK 2 logK = - 1 K = 0.1    2ClO 3   ClO 4  ClO 2 Initially .1 0 0 equilibrium .1  2x x x K   .1 x  2 2x  2 1 x 2 x 0.019 M 10   .1  2x  2   Probability of finding an electron is zero, i.e.  2  0 . 2 3/2   1  1    2   1      8  16 4 a     0    1   8  12  0  2  On solving for  we get 2r  = 1, 6, 2 and  a 0 2r a 0 For  = 1; 1  r  a 0 2 2r  2; 2  r  a 0 a 0 2r  6; 6  r  3a 0 a 0 12    e  /2      0

n-factor of H 3 PO 2 is 4/3 for the reaction.

T K mi 2.08 = 0.52 × 1 × i

i = 4

This implies that the salt on dissociation gives 4 ions. Thus, the salt that gives four ions is

K 3 [Fe(CN) 6 ].

b

b

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15. D
O

CH 3

H

H

 H
D
OH
D
O +
H

CH 3
CH 3

H -D shift
OH
OH
D
D
H

 H
CH 3
CH 3 16.
O

SeO

2

 B

O

O OH



Bezilic acid rearrangement OH
COO

C

18. It is a non-degradable pollutant.

19. Colloidal silver bromide solution is used in photography.

20. Stability of carbonates increases down the group. Carbonates of alkali metals are more stable than those of alkali metals.

* there

21.

2px

and

2py

have one nodal plane each. In 1s there is no nodal plane and in case of

2px

are two nodal planes.

22. Le-Chatellier’s principle. 25.
COOH

SOCl

2

 COCl AlCl
3 / 
Zn/Hg

HCl

O

26.

NH Cl Nesseler 's reagent Brown colour of iodide million's base.

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MMaatthheemmaattiiccss

PART – III

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

 Using T = S 1 take mid–point (h, k) then equation of PQ is xh + yk – (h 2 + k 2 ) = 0 … (1) mx – y + 2m = 0 … (2)

Compare (1) and (2) eliminate m

As f(x) is continuous decreasing function on (0, ), so 0 < f(8x) < f(6x) < f(4x)

So

f

6x

f

4x

lim 1

x



x

lim



f

8x

x

lim



f

8x

f

6x

lim

x 

f

8x

1

By squeeze play theorem

The given lines will be parallel to lines ax 2 – 6xy + y 2 = 0

y

x

2

 

y

x

 

a

0

So,

6

m + m 2 = 6

Which gives m = –3 or 2

and mm 2 = a

From (2) a = –27 or 8 Hence sum of all possible value of a = –19

lim

x 

4

x

2

 

lng 2

e

g'

lng 2

2

x

2

x

e

0

g 2

x

2

lim

x

2x

2x

e

2

 

g' 2

 

g 2

0

0

form

 

e

1

2

1 e

I

lim

n



1/ n

0

f

 

t

dt

 

0

1

0

n

2

form

 

(1)

(2)

Using : L’ Hospital and using Leibnitz rule

I

lim

n



3

n f

  1  

 

n

1

n

2

 

2

lim

n



n

2

f

Put

n

1

h

I

1

2

lim

h

0

hence

 

f

0

h

f

0

 

1

h

2

1     

n

f '

0

dy

dx

1

2

For xy = 1

x Slope of normal to xy = 1 for x 2 > 0 (x 0)



Slope of line (given) =

So 1 + 5a – a 2 > 1

log

2

1

5a

a

2

5

0

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8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

a 2 – 5a < 0 hence a (0, 5) 2
a 
3
1
2
2
2

1 ah
2 2
3
3
3
abc
2 1
  
1
3
 3
R 
4 
3
4
2
2
2
Area of the parallelogram outside the circle

= Area of parallelogram – Area of sector OPQ

=  

1

2

sin

 

2

1

2





2

f

sin

Using

n C

n

r r

n

1

C

r

1

n n

1

r

r

1

We have |(A 1 ) adj(B 1 ) adj(2A 1 )| = n
2
C
is equal to
r
2
1
1
64
64
=
2
2
 
1
4
A B
2 A

 8

(By using |A 1 | =

1 A

and |adj B| = |B| n1 where n is order of square matrix)

A 1
1
2
1
1
3
3
3
B
M C
a
Q
R
O r = 1
P

This distance between the given parallel lines (h) is

length of the side of triangle is = 2h

Area of triangle = 3
2
2
3
4h
h
1
4 3
3
5
3

1 5

The volume of tetrahedron =

Area of base = 1
ˆ
i
2

ˆ

 

j

ˆ i 1
0
0
  
1
1
1
OA
OB
OC
1
1
0
 
 
6
6
6
0
1
1
1
1
1
ˆ
ˆ j
 ˆ 
k
ˆ i
i
k ˆ
=
2
2
2
2

Hence height = 3
volume
3
2
1
Area of base
6
2

C = 20

  1 ab 2 S – a = 7 S – b = 13 a – b = 6 … (1) a 2 + b 2 = 400 C
b
a
A
7
D
13
B

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(a – b) 2 + 2ab = 400 ab = 182



1

ab

91

2

14.

Let

Comparing x = t 2 + t – 2 y = t + 2 z = t 2 + 6t + 9 Hence z – x = 5t + 11 z – x = 5(y – 2) + 11 x + 5y – z + 1 = 0

r xi ˆ yj ˆ zk ˆ 16.
a
b
a
b
8
 
 
2
a
b
 8
2
2
a
b
sin
2   8
8
b
2   16
1
2
1
2
b
 4
2
2
x
y
17.
If
1 , a > b
2
2
b
So x 1 x 2 = y 1 y 2 = b 2
3d = 49
a

3d 7

18.

19.

20.

f(x) = sec x – cosec x f(x) = 0 at x
4
 
Also f "
0
so f(x) is minimum at x
 
4
 
4
/ 4
/ 2
 
2
1
f
sec
 
d
cosec
d
=
ln 
 
4
 
2
1 
0
/ 4
a
a
 cos
a
x
ln cota
tan x dx
ln
dx
 sina cosx 
0
0
a
a
a
= 
lncos
a  x
dx 
lncos xdx
0
0
0

I(a) = – ln (sin a) · a I(1) = – ln (sin a) = ln |cosec 1|

Let

=

e

A

lim

x

0

1

x

 

lim

x

0

2

2

x

1

1

2

x

1

 

1

1

2

 

1/ x

(1 form)

e

lim

x

0

2

x 1

2x

=

e

1 ln2

2 2

=

2ln 2 1 (x 2 y 2 )
(x 1 y 1 )
y 1
y 2

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21.

U

S

n

n

  1   n  2    n  1   1  1  n  1  n  2   n  1  n  2  n  1 n  2  n   1 n    1  1   1  1 n  1 n  2   2 n  2 1
Hence
lim S
n 
n 2
22.
z 
 1i
 100
100
 

100
= 2
cos
 isin
3
3
100
100

100
= 2
 
cos
 isin
3
3

100
= 2
 
cos
isin
3
3
1
3
100
= 2
i
 
2
2
 
1
Re
 z
2 1
Im
 z
3
3
2
23.
|wz – 1– w 2 | = a

|z + 1| = a

|a – 1 + 2| = a

|z – 1| + 2 a

0 a 4

24.

25.

Since RHS is even. So LHS is also even integer so either both x and y should even or both should odd integer. Now x 4 – y 4 = (x – y)(x + y)(x 2 + y 2 )

(x – y), (x + y), (x

Therefore (x – y)(x + y)(x 2 + y 2 ) must be divisible by 8

But RHS is not divisible by 8 So given equation has no solution

2

+ y ) must be an even integer

2

Given numbers can be rearranged as

 1, 4, 7 … 3n – 2  (3 – 2) type 2, 5, 8 … 3n – 1  (3 – 1) type 3, 6, 9 … 3n  3 type

This means either both the numbers should from (3type) or one number each from (3– 2) type

and (3– 1) type

So total number of ways

n n

1

2

3n

2

n

2

n

C

2

n

C

1

n

C

1

2

n

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26. (1 + x + x 2 + x 3 ) 5 = a 0 + a 1 x + a 2 x 2 + a 3 x 3 + a 4 x 4 + … Put x = 1 and x = –1 and add

4

0

5

a

0

a

0

a

a

1

1

a

2

a

2

a

3

a

3

a

4

a

4

a

15

a

15

+ a 15 x 15

4

5

2

a

0

a

2

a

4

a 0 + a 2 + a 4 + …………

a

14

+ a 14 = 512

27. f(x) = 3x 2 + 2ax + b

y = f(x) is increasing x R

f(x) 0 x R So (2a) 2 – 4 × 3 × b 0 a 2 – 3b 0 This is true for exactly 16 ordered pairs (a, b) 1 a, b 6

So required probability = 16

4

36

9

28.

ab

2

ac

2

bc

2

ba

2

ca

2

cb

2

6

6

6

a b c

6

1/ 6

So a(b 2 + c 2 ) + b(c 2 + a 2 ) + c(a 2 + b 2 ) 6abc

29. 2

tan

1

2

1

2

r

2

r

1

 

r

r

1

=

n

1

r

  tan

1

2

r

tan

= tan 1 (2 n ) – tan 1 (1)

= tan 1 (2 n ) –

4

1

2

r

1

30. cot A

cotC

sin

A

C

sinB

cotB

sin A sinC cosB

=

sin

2

B

sin A sinC cosB

=

=

2

4R b

2

2

4R ac cosB

b

2

ac cosB

=

2b

2

2

2002b

2

b

2

2001