BULL'S EYE (10th Pass) 2011

Select the correct alternative. Only one is correct.
[90×2 = 180]
There is NEGATIVE marking. For each wrong answer 0.5 mark will be deducted.
Q.1 A positive number whose reciprocal equals one Q.1 ,d /kukRed la[;k ftldk O;qRØe ml la[;k ls ,d
less than the number, is
de gks] rks og la[;k gksxh&

Q.2

Q.3

(A)

1 2 

(C)

1 5 

2

2

(B)

(D)

2 1
4

2 5
2

A student took four exams, each time doubling
the score of the previous exam. If the average of
the four exams was x then the score of the first
exam was kx where k equals

Q.2

(C)

1 5 

2

2

(B)

2 1
4

(D)

2 5
2

(B)

2
9

(A)

1
4

(B)

2
9

(C)

3
16

(D)

4
15

(C)

3
16

(D)

4
15

Given a triangle with vertices A, B, C

Q.3

One side of a rectangle is 5 meters long. The area
A of the rectangle as a function of its perimeter p,
is
(A) A = 5p
(C) A = 5p – 25

(B) A =
(D) A =

(B) 2 3

(C) 3 3

3 3
(D)
2

CODE : A

2
,
3

3
vkSj dks.k C ls Hkqtk AB ij Mkys x;s
4
yEc dh yEckbZ 6 gks] rks f=Hkqt dk {ks=Qy gksxk&
(A) 30
(B) 36
(C) 42
(D) 51

Q.4

5p
 25
2

(A) 3 2

,d f=Hkqt ftlds 'kh"kZ A, B, C gS ;fn tan A =
tan B =

5p
 25
2

Let A, B, C be the vertices of an equilateral triangle,
and let D, E be points on the side AB such that
segments AD, DE and EB each have length 1.
Then tan CDE equals

,d fo|kFkhZ pkj ijh{kk,a nsrk gS] çR;sd ckj og viuh
fiNyh ijh{kk ds vadks dk nqxquk dj nsrk gSA ;fn pkj
ijh{kkvksa dk vkSlr x gks] rks çFke ijh{kk ds vad kx gks]a
rks k cjkcj gksxk&

1
4

2
3
, tan B = and the length of the
3
4
altitude from C to side AB is 6 then the area of the
triangle is
(A) 30
(B) 36
(C) 42
(D) 51

Q.5

1 2 

(A)

if tan A =

Q.4

(A)

Q.5

vk;r dh ,d Hkqtk 5 ehVj yEch gSA vk;r dk {ks=Qy
A ifjeki p ds :i esa gksxk&
(A) A = 5p

(B) A =

5p
 25
2

(C) A = 5p – 25

(D) A =

5p
 25
2

ekuk A, B, C ,d leckgq f=Hkt ds 'kh"kZ gS rFkk D, E
Hkqtk AB ij bl çdkj gSa fd AD, DE vkSj EB çR;sd
dh yEckbZ bZdkbZ gSA rks tan CDE cjkcj gksxk&
(A) 3 2

(B) 2 3

(C) 3 3

(D)

3 3
2

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k esa ls xyr gy fd.sd Hkqtk dh yEckbZ 1 gS rFkk D Hkqtk AC ij fLFkr gS vkSj ABC = 90° gSA yEckbZ AB cjkcj gksxh& C (D) 3 fn.10 B 21 (A) 27 (C) 29 In the figure shown. is Q. ç'uks dh la[.ksa dk .k dk .9 Q.a gS tks ijLij yEcor gS] tks .9 Suppose AB and CD are two perpendicular chords of the same circle that intersect at the point E. f=Hkqt BCD dh çR. # 16 .Q.d nwljs dks fcUnq E ij bl çdkj dkVrs gS fd AE = 12.s fp= ds vuqlkj] Hkqtk AD rFkk Hkqtk BD dh yEckbZ.7 C Q. DE = 4 and CE = 6.d cgqfodYih. and ABC = 90°. If v + w = 35 and x + y = 37. ç'uks dh la[. ABC and BDA are both right angles. D lies on AC. DE = 4 vkSj CE = 6 gSA o`Ùk dk {ks=Qy gksxk& D (A) 50 (B) 45 (C) 40 (D) 35 A 12 4 B E 6 C PAGE NO.7 The score of a certain multiple choice exam is computed as the number of right answers minus one fourth of the number of wrong answers.8 . is D 4 (A) 50 12 B A E (B) 45 6 (C) 40 C (D) 35 Q. is B (A) 11 v w y (B) 12 (C) 13 D C A x (D) 14 CODE : A B (B) 28 (D) 31 n'kkZ.fn gy fd.ksx gksxk& C 6 D C 8 A (A) 27 (C) 29 Q.d pkSFkkbZ ?kVk fn. is D fp=kuqlkj.k tkrk gSA . x.s x.10 8 B 21 A (B) 28 (D) 31 Q.s fp=kuqlkj.6 Q. If the number of questions answered is N and the score is S then the number of right answers is Q. ç'uks dh la[.s x.fn v + w = 35 vkSj x + y = 37 gks] rks y dk eku gksxk B (A) 11 (B) 12 (C) 13 (D) 14 w v y D C A x ekuk AB vkSj CD . ijh{kk esa vad bl çdkj tksMs tkrs gS fd lgh gy fd.d gh o`Ùk dh nks thok. then the value of y.6 (A) 5S  N 4 (B) 4S  N 5 (A) 5S  N 4 (B) 4S  N 5 (C) 3S  N 5 (D) 4S  N 5 (C) 3S  N 5 (D) 4S  N 5 In the figure shown.k N gks rFkk dqy çkIr vad S gksa] rks lgh gy fd.k gksxh& 3 (A) 2 (B) (C) 2 (D) 3 D 2 A (A) B 6 3 2 (B) Q.k gSA .8 D 2 A (C) 2 The sum of the distances AD and BD in the figure shown. ABC rFkk BDA nksuks ledks. each edge of BCD has length 1. The length AB. AE = 12. The area of the circle. ç'uks dh la[.

y and z from the three sides.13 The two shortest sides of a right triangle have Q.14 s 2 s 2 P 3 s Q.15 4 (B) .d leckgq f=Hkqt ftldk ifjeki P gS fd vUnj . # 17 . respectively. is equal to (A) 25 – 1 (B) 25 + 1 (C) 26 – 1 (D) 210 + 1 Q.11 Q.a Øe'k% 3 vkSj 2 gSAa ekuk  f=Hkqt dk lcls NksVk vkUrfjd dks.ksx (x + y + z) ges'kk gksxk& A 2P 3 1 s 2 1 (C) s 4 45° h x .k gS] rks sin dk eku gksxk& 3 7 (B) 4 7 (A) 3 7 (B) 4 7 (C) 3 5 (D) 4 5 (C) 3 5 (D) 4 5 4 1 1      1  1  5 2  1 ·  5 4  1 ·  5 8  1 ·  516  1             then (x + 1)48 is (A) 25 (C) 625 CODE : A s 45° h A (A) Let x = s (A) P lengths 3 and 2.13 4 Q.Q.kvksa esa ls dkSu lh . If the area of the triangle is one quarter of the area of the original square.12 An isosceles triangle has been cut from one corner of a square with side s.kh. then the height h of the triangle is 1 s (A) 2 (B) 1 (C) s 4 1 (D) s 2 (C) (D) Q.d lef}ckgq f=Hkqt dkVk tkrk gSA .d oxZ ftldh Hkqtk s gS esa ls .d la[. is Q.15 ekuk x = 4   1   1  1  1  5 2  1 ·  5 4  1 ·  5 8  1 ·  516  1             rks (x + 1)48 cjkcj gksxk& (B) 125 (D) 5 (A) 25 (C) 625 (B) 125 (D) 5 PAGE NO.fn f=Hkqt dk {ks=Qy] oxZ ds okLrfod {ks=Qy dk pkSFkkbZ gks] rks f=Hkqt dh Å¡pkbZ h gksxh& (A) A certain point A inside an equilateral triangle with perimeter P is at distances x. The sum (x + y + z) is always (A) P (B) Q.k N = (230 – 1) dh Hkktd ugha gS& (A) 25 – 1 (C) 26 – 1 (B) 25 + 1 (D) 210 + 1 ledks.12 2 s 2 1 (D) s 2 (B) y z (C) P (D) 2 3 Which one of the numbers listed below is not a divisor of the number N = (230 – 1).d fcUnq A bl çdkj fLFkr gS fd mldh rhu Hkqtkvksa ls nwjh Øe'k% x. Let  be the smallest interior angle of this triangle.11 Q. then the value of sin . f=Hkqt dh nks NksVh Hkqtk.14 P 3 x y 2P 3 z P 2 3 uhps nh la[. y vkSj z gS] rks .

kkorhZ Øe esa gSaA ekuk f=Hkqt ACE gks] rks f=Hkqt o "kV~dks. E and F equals (A) 0 (B) 1 (C) 6 (D) none Q.kk±d ugha gks ldrkA (B) ifjes.ksxQy gksxk& (A) 0 (C) 6 (B) 1 (D) dksbZ ugha . then let the value of (sin3x + cos3x) is and if tanx + cot x = 2. The ratio of the area of the triangle to the area of the hexagon.21 n ds fy.fn sin  cos  = 1 gks] rks cos  sin  cjkcj gksxk& (C) – 1 CODE : A 1 (D) 2 (A) 0 (C) 51 (B) 1 (D) 50 (A) 1 (B) 0 (C) – 1 (D) 1 2 PAGE NO. E vkSj F Q. C.k gS ftlds ewy  . B. The value of (b + c) equals (A) 1 (B) – 1 (C) 5 (D) 6 Q.k tkrk gS] rks 'ks"kQy gksxk& Q.k ds {ks=Qy dk vuqikr gksxk& (A) 1 : 2 (B) 1 : 3 (C) 2 : 3 (D) 1 : 3 3 Q.fn tanx + cot x = 2 gks] rks ekuk fd (tan4x + cot4x) dk eku gksxkA ekuk x2 + bx + c = 0 .fn A ls F fu. gy djsa 4n + 4n + 4n + 4n = 22010. ugha gks ldrkA (C) ifjes. (C) can be a rational number.fer "kV~dks. then let the value of (tan4x + cot4x) is . Q. # 18 . is (A) 0 (B) 1 (C) 51 (D) 50 Q.oa gS] rks (b + c) dk eku cjkcj gksxk& (A) 1 (C) 5 (B) – 1 (D) 6 . D. x ds lHkh ekuksa ds fy.17 If A to F are the vertices of a regular hexagon listed in clockwise order.19 nks vifjes. ugha gks ldrkA Q. gks] rks A. gks ldrk gSA (D) vHkkT.18 Q.fn cos5x=Acos5x+Bcos4x+Ccos3x+Dcos2x+Ecos x+F. B. is (A) 1 : 2 (B) 1 : 3 Q.kvksa ds chp esa vUrj (A) iw. consider the triangle ACE.20 The remainder when (x51 + 51) is divided by (x + 1).22 .21 Solve for n in 4n + 4n + 4n + 4n = 22010.20 . D.fn sin x + cos x = 1 gks] rks ekuk fd (sin3x + cos3x) dk eku gksxk vkSj .k ds 'kh"kZ gS tks nf{k. C.17 If sin x + cos x = 1.d f}?kkr lehdj.16 . (B) cannot be a rational number. la[. (A) 1005 (B) 2010 (C) 1004 (D) 1003 Q.Q. (D) can not be a prime. (A) 1005 (B) 2010 (C) 1004 (D) 1003 Q.22 If sin  cos  = 1. Let x2 + bx + c = 0 is the quadratic equation whose roots are  and .18 (C) 2 : 3 (D) 1 : dk .19 Difference of two different irrational numbers (A) cannot be an integer.16 If cos5x=Acos5x+Bcos4x+Ccos3x+Dcos2x+Ecos x+F. then the sum of A. then cos  sin  is equal to (A) 1 (B) 0 Q.fn (x51 + 51) dks (x + 1) }kjk foHkkftr fd. for all value of x.

23 Q. All rows.k x2 – (2k + 1) x + k2 – 1 = 0 ds nks ewy gS sin  vkSj cos . is (A) 14 (B) 15 (C) 16 (D) 17 Q.k r gS vkSj As fn.g ikuh ls vk/kh Hkjh gqbZ gS rc bldk otu 18.d oxZ S ftldh Hkqtk s gSA .kuQy 40 gS vkSj nksuksa vadks ds chp vUrj 3 gSA la[.fn T vkSj S dk {ks=Qy leku gks rks h dk eku gksxk& s 1 (B) 2 3 (A) 3 4 (B) 2 3 (D) 1 (C) 2 4 3 (D) 1 If Ac the area of a square inscribed in a circle or radius r and As is the area of the square inscribed in a semicircle of the same circle.s x.s o`Ùk ds v)Zo`Ùk Ac ds vUnj cuk.k N ds nksuksa vadks dk .Q. x. and main diagonals add up to 3a. then (A) 1 34 (C) 2 4 3 Q.28 5 4 1 2 (B) 0 (D) 1 nks vadks dh la[.d tknwbZ oxZ gSA lHkh iafDr.27 fn.k N ftlesa bZdkbZ LFkku ij NksVh la[.26 .23 A bucket is currently full of water and has a mass of 29 kg.25 The given square is a magic square.d frgkbZ ikuh ls Hkjh gks rc ckYVh dk otu gksxk (A) 14 (C) 16 Ac Q.24 Let T be equilateral triangle of height h and S can be a square of side s.ksx 3a gSA rks dsUnzh. The value of the centre square.d ckYVh ikuh ls iwjh Hkjh gqbZ gS rFkk ftldk otu 29 fdxzk gSA tc .24 Q. The mass of the bucket when it is filled to one third of maximum capacity. then Q. # 19 .g . When it is half filled with water.k x.k gSA nksuksa vadks dk xq.5 fdxzk gks tkrk gSA tc . If T and S have the Q. where k and  are both real constants.d leckgq f=Hkqt ftldh Å¡pkbZ h gS rFkk . is (A) a – 2 a  5 a 1 (B) a – 1 a 3 (C) a (D) a + 1 Q.kks± ds ekuksa dk .oa fod.s oxZ dk {ks=Qy gS] rks A cjkcj s A s is equal to gksxk& (A) 4 3 (B) 5 4 (A) 4 3 (B) (C) 5 2 (D) 4 (C) 5 2 (D) 4 The equation x2 – (2k + 1) x + k2 – 1 = 0 has two roots : sin  and cos .28 a  5 a 1 a 3 . it has a mass of 18. columns.s x.26 (A) a – 2 (B) a – 1 (C) a (D) a + 1 h is s (B) 15 (D) 17 ekuk T .fn Ac o`Ùk ds vUnj cuk. tgk¡ k rFkk  nksuksa okLrfod vpj gS] rks k dk eku cjkcj gksxk& (A) – 1 (D) 1 A two digit number N contains the smaller of the two digits in the unit place.ks] LrEHkksa . Then k equals (A) – 1 (B) 0 (C) Q.5 kg.k oxZ .25 same area. The sum of the digits in N is (A) 11 (B) 12 (C) 13 (D) 14 CODE : A Q.ksx gksxk& (A) 11 (C) 13 (B) 12 (D) 14 PAGE NO.27 (C) Q. The product of the digits is 40 and the difference between the digits is 3. oxZ dk eku gksxk& 1 2 lehdj. oxZ dk {ks=Qy gS rFkk o`Ùk dh f=T.

35 Q.xk (A) cosec x (B) sin x (C) tan x (D) cot x Q.k djus ij vk.kUrj gSA Hkkx GH dh yEckbZ gksxh& 6 A (A) 3 B (B) 2 F E (C) 4 G H (D) 5 C (A) 11 (C) 18 Which one of the following in NOT a Pythagorean triplet? (A) 13.k x.34 (B) 3 (D) 7 (A) 122 (C) 242 C The sum of all distinct solutions for  .d ikbFkkxksfj. If the sum of their area is 28and the distance between their centres is 6 then the length of their external common tangent is (A) 4 (B) 8 prqHkqZt ABCD es]a C AC  BC vkSj AD  CD. A tSlk fd n'kkZ. then x q  y z (D) x – y = q – z (A) xy = qz (B) (C) x + y = q + z Q.Q. 72. 73 (B) 24. 63 (D) 65. la[. 85 (B) 24. is 6 (A) 3 A B (B) 2 F E (C) 4 G H (D) 5 Q.35 O.31 Q.30 Q.36 nks o`Ùk .ksx gksxk&  1 .33 Q. 85 (C) 48. simplifies to (A) cosec x (B) sin x (C) tan x (D) cot x B 11 D Q. AC  BC and AD  CD. 97 Two circles touch each other externally.ksxQy (711 + 1113) dks foHkkftr djus okyh lcls NksVh vHkkT.u f=d ugha gS? (A) 13. then the sum of the squares of the sides of this quadrilateral. Li'kZ djrs gSaA .d nwljs dks ckâ. 45.30 Q.atd E = Q.34 Q. The length of the segment GH. # 20 .29 (A) 4 (B) 8 (C) 2 10 (D) 8 2 PAGE NO. 55. 97 tan x  sec x  cos x sec x  tan x tgk¡ ij Hkh ifjHkkf"kr gS. dk ljyhdj. 55.31 ABCD is a trapezium and EF is its median. 84.32 14 x 2  11x  30 Q.k gSA D . lHkh fofHkUu ekuksa dk .29 If ax = cq = b and cy = az = d. is (A) 122 (B) 132 (C) 242 (D) 121  x q  y z (D) x – y = q – z (B) B 11 x : x 2  7 x  11 (A) 11 (C) 18 . 45.k gksxh& (A) 2 (C) 5 In quadrilateral ABCD.ksx 28gks vkSj muds dsUæksa ds chp dh nwjh 6 gks rks mudh mHk.d leyEc gS vkSj EF bldh e/.fn muds {ks=Qy dk . 63 (C) 48.ksx gksxk& ds fy.fn AB = 11 bZdkbZ gks] rks prqHkqZt dh Hkqtkvksa ds oxks± dk . 72.fu"B Li'kZ js[kk dh yEckbZ gksxh& The expression E = (C) 2 10 (B) 132 (D) 121 ABCD . 73 (D) 65.fn ax = cq = b vkSj cy = az = d gks] rks (A) xy = qz The smallest prime number that divides the sum (711 + 1113) is (A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 5 (D) 7 D Q.33  Q.36 CODE : A (D) 8 2  x 2  11x  30  x : x 2  7 x  11  14  1 (B) 13 (D) 25 fuEu esa ls dkSu lk . A C as shown. D If AB = 11 units. is (B) 13 (D) 25 tan x  sec x  cos x sec x  tan x wherever defined.32 (C) x + y = q + z Q. 84.

is (A) 3 (B) 7 (C) 8 (D) 10 Q. is (A) 5 2 (B) 5 (C) 3 (D) 4 Q.d nwljs dks fcUnq F ij çfrPNsfnr djrs gSa vkSj yEc GE ftldh yEckbZ 8 gS fcUnq F ls xqtjrk gS] rks EF dh yEckbZ gksxh& (A) 3 (C) 8 x 0 Q. the height of DAE. of length 8. then the length of EF.k gS) ftldk vk/kkj AB = 10. CD = 6.Q.38 C E B The sum of the values of m for which the quadratic polynomial f(x) = x2 + (m + 5)x + (5m + 1) is a perfect square.fn fod.41 3 8 tkrk gks] gksxk& 90 Q.d lef}ckgq leyEc ABCD (n'kkZ.39 2 2 (B) Q.ksx ftlds fy. passes through F.40 A (B) 7 (D) 10  sin 2 x º dk eku gksxk& (A) 2 (B) 89 2 (C) 45 (D) 91 2 (C) 45 (D) 91 2 equal to (A) (C) CODE : A B m ds mu lHkh ekuksa dk .38 D E 3 B (D) 2 l G D Q.kZ:i ls oxZ cu 89 2 n 1 C E (B)  C x 0 2 .d js[kk l }kjk bl çdkj dkVk tkrk gS fd l Hkqtk BC ds lekUrj gksA .39 The value of (B) 2 2 (C) 6 4 (D) 3 B 2 G D Q. is 2n  1  2 n  1 2002  1 (B) 4003  1 2002  1 (D) 4003  1 2001 Q.41 l F (A) 2 2001 E 90  sin 2 x º The value of the sum D . If the diagonals AC and BD intersect in point F and the altitude GE.37 Equilateral triangle ABC is cut by line l such that l parallel BC.40 (A) (A) 5 2 (B) 5 (C) 3 (D) 4 F A leckgq f=Hkqt ABC dks .kZ AC vkSj BD . CD = 6 gSA . is A (A) 3 8 6 (C) 4 Q.fn AC = 1 vkSj f=Hkqt DAE dk {ks=Qy rFkk leyEc BDEC dk {ks=Qy cjkcj gks] rks f=Hkqt DAE dh Å¡pkbZ gksxh& A C An isosceles trapezoid ABCD (shown) has base AB = 10. If AC = 1 and the area DAE is equal to the area of trapezoid BDEC. f}?kkr cgqin f(x) = x2 + (m + 5)x + (5m + 1) iw.37  n 1 2 dk eku cjkcj gksxk& 2n  1  2 n  1 (A) 2002  1 (B) 4003  1 (C) 2002  1 (D) 4003  1 PAGE NO.k x. # 21 .

oa r2 lehdj. # 22 . Q.43 la[.45 Which position-versus-time graph represents the motion shown in the motion diagram. oØ fp= esa nh x.46 Motion diagram t=0 v x 3 3 (B) 5  1 (D) 5  3 2 2 .h xfr dks n'kkZrk gS& Motion diagram t=0 v x x 0 x (A) 0 t (B) 0 x t (A) 0 t (B) 0 x x t (D) 0 t (C) 0 CODE : A t x x (C) 0  r1r22 2  5  3 2  5 cjkcj gksxh& 0 x 2r1r2 r12 r2 dk eku gksxk&  1721 2001 (C) Q.44  Q.45 2r1r2 .k N = (B) 5  1 (A) 1 (D) 5  3 2 (C) If the quadratic equation x2 – px – q = 0 has two distinct real roots. is  r22 r12 r2  r1r22  (B) 1721 2001 (A)  1721 2001 (B) 1721 2001 (C) 2001 1721 (D)  2001 1721 (C) 2001 1721 (D)  2001 1721 The number N = 3 2  5  3 2  5 equals 3 2 Q.42 If r1 and r2 are the roots of the equation 323x 2 – 1721x + 2001 = 0. then the value of r12 r12 r2  r1r22 Q. then | x – y | is (A) 9 (B) 8 (C) 12 (D) 16 Q.k gS 7y = 49x+6 vkSj 32x = 16y–9 gks] rks | x – y | dk eku gksxk& (A) 9 (C) 12 (B) 8 (D) 16 dkSulk fLFkfr le.43  r22 r12 r2  r1r22 Q. then (A) p2 – 4q  0 (B) p2 + 4q  0 2 (C) p > 4q (D) p2 > – 4q Q.42 t (D) 0 t PAGE NO.44 Given that 7y = 49x+6 and 32x = 16y–9.fn r1 .Q.46 r12 r2  r1r22 r12 ds ewy gks] rks r 2 r  r r 2 1 2 12 .fn f}?kkr lehdj.k 323x2 – 1721x + 2001 = 0 (A) (A) 1 Q.k x2 – px – q = 0 ds nks fHkUu okLrfod ewy gksa] rks (A) p2 – 4q  0 (C) p2 > 4q (B) p2 + 4q  0 (D) p2 > – 4q fn.

50 nks oLrqvksa dk rkieku leku gksus ds fy. dk vafre rkieku (°C esa) gksxk \ (A) 79 (B) 34 (C) 54 (D) 26 PAGE NO. tSo jklk.eku rkjs-1 ls nqxquk gSA F1 on 2 dh  rqyuk esa F2 on 1 dk ifjek.k x. The mass of star-2 is twice the mass of star-1. # 23 .5 mm (B) 3. what is the smallest size insect they can detect ? (A) 1.51 80ºC rkieku ds 5kg lhls (lead) ds VqdM+s (fof'k"V Å"ek 0.48 Q.oa 1 cal/gºC fof'k"V Å"ek ds 500 g ikuh ds lkFk feyk.03 cal/g°C) having temperature of 80°C is added to 500 g of water specific heat 1 cal/g°C having a temperature of 20°C. What is the final equilibrium temperature (in °C) of the system ? (A) 79 (B) 34 (C) 54 (D) 26 CODE : A (A) pkj xquk cM+k (C) cjkcj Q. they must (A) be in thermal equilibrium (B) be in thermal contact with each other.49 tc dksbZ ckyd oLrq dks Åij dh rjQ Qsadrk gS& (1) Qsadrs le. the magnitude of the force F2 on 1 is Q.48 (B) nks xquk cM+k (D) vk/kk pexknM+ NksVs dhV dks idM+ ldrk gS ftudk vkdkj rjaxnS/.d gS (C) Nwus ij leku **xjekgV** . lkE.5 mm (B) 3.51 Bats can detect small objects such as insects that are of a size on the order of a wavelength. dks n'kkZ.47 The figure shows a binary star system.oa 2 nksuksa lgh gS (B) nksuks xyr gS (C) dsoy 1 lgh gS (D) dsoy 2 lgh gS Q.Z ds Øe dk gksrk gSA . (A) both 1 and 2 are correct (B) both are wrong (C) only 1 is correct (D) only 2 is correct In order for two objects to have the same temperature.k gksxk& m1 m1  F2 on 1  F2 on 1 m2 m2 (A) Four times as big (B) Twice as big (C) The same size (D) Half as big Q.5 mm (C) 5.fud ÅtkZ] oLrq dh xfrt ÅtkZ esa cny tkrh gS (2) Qsadus ds ckn] ckyd dh xfrt ÅtkZ] oLrq dh fLFkfrt ÅtkZ esa cny tkrh gS (A) 1 . lEidZ esa gksuk vko'.Q.a gksuh pkfg.koLFkk esa gksuk vko'.03 cal/g°C) dks 20ºC rkieku .fn pexknM+ 60 kHz dh vko`fr iSnk djrk gS rFkk gok esa /ofu rjaxks dh pky 330 m/s gS] rks lcls NksVs dhV dk vkdkj ftls pexknM+ idM+ ldrk gS crkvksa \ (A) 1.k  gSA rkjs-2 dk nzO.47 fp= esa nksgjs rkjs (binary star) fudk.5 mm Q.k tkrk gSA fudk. A 5kg piece of lead (specific heat 0.A Q. the kinetic energy of child start converting into the potential energy of body.5 mm (C) 5.50 Q.Mk** eglwl gksxk (D) Åij nh xbZ lkjh voLFkk.5 mm (D) 7. (C) have the same feeling of "hotness" or "coldness" when touched (D) have all of the properties listed above.5 mm (D) 7.49 Q. (2) After throw.s& (A) nksuks dks Å"eh. Compared   to F1 on 2 .5 mm When a child throws a body upwards : (1) During throw biochemical energy of child is transformed into the kinetic energy of the body.d gS (B) nksuks dks . If bats emit a chirp at a frequency of 60 kHz and the speed of soundwaves in air is 330 m/s.d nwljs ds Å"eh.k **B.

0 m during a 2.52 h ÅWpkbZ ij gS] ls xqtjrh gS] rks 4 mudh xfrt ÅtkZ KA rFkk KB ds chp esa lEcU/k h above the ground. (D) Your hand and the ball exert forces in the same direction on each other.h.52 Two cannonballs are dropped from a second floor physics lab at height h above the ground. if either.54 tc ge xsan dks gok esa Åij dh rjQ Qsadrs gS rFkk vkius gkFkksa dks uhps j[krs gS rkfd xsan dks uhps vkrs oDr idM+ ldsaA xsan ds :dus dk dkj. Which one.8 m/s gSA bl le.0 m ls x = 8.53 Tanu says that if you release the string when swinging a ball in a horizontal circle.k gksxk& (A) 0. the relation between their 4 kinetic energies.fn gks rks lR.r Roj.d d.53 ruq dgrk gS fd tc rqe {kSfrt o`Ùk esa ?kwe jgh jLlh dks eqDr djrs gks rks xsan dks eqDr djus ds {k.80 m/s2 PAGE NO.k dk osx 2. gS . fn'kk esa xfr djsxhA dkSu] . vUrjky esa xfr djus ds fy.5 s ds le. the ball flies out in the radial direction defined by the string at the instant you release the ball.48 m/s2 (B) 0.65 m/s (D) 0. gS \ (A) ruq .oa euq nksuksa xyr gS (B) ruq lR.k gksxk& (A) rqEgkjs gkFk xsan ij osx dh fn'kk ds foijhr cy yxkrs gS (B) rqEgkjs gkFk xsan ij osx ds yEcor~ fn'kk esa cy yxkrs gS (C) rqEgkjs gkFk xsan ij osx dh fn'kk esa cy yxkrs gS (D) rqEgkjs gkFk rFkk xsan nksuksa .d nwljs dks . The reason why the ball stops is because.8 m/s. vUrjky esa mldk Roj.55 A particle confined to motion along the x-axis moves with constant acceleration from x = 2. eafty ls NksMk+ x.54 You throw a ball up in the air and hold your hand under it to catch it when it comes down.g jLlh ds yEcor~ Li'kZjs[kh. (A) your hand exerts a force on the ball in the direction opposite to its velocity. fn'kk esa ckgj dh vksj xfr djrh gSA euq dgrh gS fd . When the balls pass the bottom of a first floor window at height Q.32 m/s2 (D) 0. Q. Manu says that it flies out along a tangent line perpendicular to the string.d gh fn'kk esa cy yxkrs gS Q.Q.48 m/s2 (C) 0.5 s time interval.eku xsna A ls pkj xquk gSA tc nksuksa xsan igyh eafty dh f[kM+dh ds fupys fljs tks ry ls gksxk& (A) KA = 4KB (C) KA = KB (B) KA = 2KB (D) KB = 4KA Q.s ck/.65 m/s2 (B) 0. gSA x = 8 m ij d.k gSA xsna B dk nzO. Ball B has four times the mass of ball A.32 m/s2 2 (C) 0. What is the acceleration during this time interval (A) 0. KA and KB is (A) KA = 4KB (B) KA = 2KB (C) KA = KB (D) KB = 4KA Q. gS (D) izkjfEHkd pky ds vk/kkj ij nksuksa lR. The velocity of the particle at x = 8 m is 2.80 m/s2 CODE : A nks xsanksa dks HkkSfrd iz. Q.0 m 2. gks ldrs gS Q. (B) your hand exerts a force on the ball perpendicular to its velocity.oa euq lR.ksx'kkyk dh 'h' ÅWpkbZ f}rh.k ls x = 2. # 24 . is correct ? (A) Tanu & Manu both are wrong (B) Tanu is correct & Manu is wrong (C) Tanu is wrong & Manu is correct (D) Either may be correct depending on the initial speed.oa euq xyr gS (C) ruq xyr gS .0 m to x = 8. (C) your hand exerts a force on the ball in the direction of its velocity.k fu.55 .k xsna f=T.

in kilowatts.000 kW R1 R1 R2 R2 I I R3 (A) 11 W (C) 22 W Q.s ftlesa .rk ls .59 If R1 = 10. Q.d vk/kkj ls Vaxh gqbZ gSA ge tkurs gS fd xsan X ij /kukRed vkos'k gSA tc xsan X dks fcuk Li'kZ fd.k tkrk gS rks Y dks vkdf"kZr djrh gS rFkk Z dks izfrdf"kZr djrh gS rks ge fu"d"kZ fudky ldrs gS] fd& (A) Y ij _. Q.58 rhu xsna dqpkyd jfLl.59 . When ball X is brought near balls Y and Z without touching them.1 W (A) 11 W (C) 22 W What is the equivalent resistance between points A and B in the figure when R = 10? 2R R A (A) 20  (C) 25  CODE : A (B) 1260 kW (D) 3500 kW 2R Q.kkRed o Z ij /kukRed vkos'k gSA (B) Y ij /kukRed vkos'k . x. R3 = 20. A  area. 2 1 F( x 2  x1 )  = A ( v  v ) }kjk nh tkus okyh jkf'k '.60 (B) 16 W (D) 1. (x2 – x1)  difference of positions.fn R1 = 10.s Y rFkk Z ds ikl esa yk.kZngu ds ckn 350 kJ ÅtkZ iSnk djrk gSA rc ml HkV~Vh (hearth) dh 'kfDr crk. at what rate is heat being generated in these resistors? Q.26. rFkk I = 0. We know that ball X is positively charged.1 W fp= esa fn. R3 = 20. it attracts Y and repels Z. We can say that (A) Y has negative charge and Z has positive charge (B) Y has positive charge and Z has –ve charge (C) Y as well as Z have positive charges. (v2 – v1)  change in velocity.000 kW (D) 3500 kW Q.57 1 gm dks.26.fn 36 kg dks.  coefficient of viscosity is. (D) Y as well as Z have negative charge.ksa dh lgk. in which 36 kg of coal is burnt per hour will be : (A) 350 kW (B) 1260 kW (C) 1.56 F( x 2  x1 ) given  = A ( v  v ) . and I = 0. izfrjks/k Kkr djksA .s A rFkk B ds chp esa rqY. rks bu izfrjks/kks esa fdl nj ls Å"ek iSnk gks jgh gS \ Q.kurk 2 1 xq.58 Three pith balls supported by insulating threads hang from a support.50 A.fn R = 10gS ? 2R B R R A 5R (B) 10  (D) 15  (A) 20  (C) 25  B 2R R 5R (B) 10  (D) 15  PAGE NO. R2 = 15.m /s2 (B) N-s/m2 (C) N/m2-s (D) N/s-m2 (A) N.50 A.m /s2 (C) N/m2-s (B) N-s/m2 (D) N/s-m2 1 gm of coal on complete combustion liberates 350 kJ of energy.57 Q. Then the power of a hearth. # 25 .oa Z ij _.yk izfr ?k.kkRed vkos'k gSA Q.Q.56 Unit of the quantity. R2 = 15.60 R3 (B) 16 W (D) 1.oa Z ij –ve vkos'k gksxk (C) Y o Z ij /kukRed vkos'k gSA (D) Y . (A ) N.yk iw.kkad  dk ek=d gksxk& F  cy] A  {kS=Qy] (v2 – v1)  osx esa ifjorZu] (x2 – x1)  fLFkfr esa vUrj F  force.Vk tyk.k tkrk gS& (A) 350 kW (C) 1.

d Js. a 100  resistor.oa (d) A series circuit consists of a 100 V DC power source.qRØekuqikrh (C) (100 + R) ds vuqØekuqikrh (D) (100 + R) ds O. which varies from 0 to 100 .oa (e) R R 100 100V (A) directly proportional to R (B) inversely proportional to R (C) directly proportional to (100 + R) (D) inversely proportional to (100 + R) (A) R ds vuqØekuqikrh (B) R ds O.62 R2 110V (d) R1 R1 (a) R1 R3 blesa ls dkSu&ls nks ifjiFk fcYdqy rqY.kh ifjiFk esa .63 fuEu ls dkSulk fp= fn.61 Which two circuits are exactly equivalent ? R1 (a) 110V R2 110V R2 (e) (c) R3 (e) R3 (B) (b) and (c) (D) (b) and (e) Q.oa (b) (C) (c) .qRØekuqikrh Which diagram correctly shows the magnetic field lines created by a circular current loop in which current flows in the direction shown ? I Q. The current in the circuit is 100 Q.oa (c) (D) (b) .d 100  dk izfrjks/k rFkk ifjorZu'khy izfrjks/k R tks 0 ls 100 rd ifjofrZr gks ldrk gS dks 100 V DC L=ksr ls tksM+k x. # 26 .s ywi esa nh xbZ /kkjk ds vuqlkj pqEcdh.63 110V R2 R2 110V R1 R3 R2 R1 (A) (a) and (b) (C) (c) and (d) Q.61 I B (D) I B (C) B (D) PAGE NO.Q. cy js[kkvksa dks lgh iznf'kZr dj jgk gS \ I I I B (A) B (B) (A) B (B) B I I B CODE : A 110V (d) R1 R2 .s x.62 R1 R3 110V R3 R1 110V R3 (B) (b) . and a variable resistor of resistance R. gS \ R2 110V R3 (b) R2 (c) R1 R3 Q.k gSA ifjiFk esa /kkjk gksxh& 100V (C) R2 110V R3 (b) (A) (a) .

nks Hkkxksa esa VwVh gqbZ The speed of light changes when it goes from ethyl alcohol (n = 1.68 Q.kZu ds fy.k x. The focal length of the eyepiece is 5 cm.93 (C)1.fn ge fdlh vory niZ.Ydksgy (n = 1.k gksxk \ (A) 6 (C) 8 (B) 4 (D) 10 .99 (B) 0.51 .51 Q. (A) 6 (B) 4 (C) 8 (D) 10 Q. (C) the AC generator has one unbroken slip ring. (D) there is a net accumulation of positive magnetic charge at the earth's north geographic pole.ksafd rqEgs izfrfcEc gh izkIr ugh gksxk PAGE NO. vkos'k bB~Bk jgrk gS Q.68 CODE : A gksrh gS (B) DC tfu= esa .k /kzqo] Hkw&pqEcd dk nf{k.d fcuk VwVh gqbZ lihZ oy. vkos'k bB~Bk jgrk gS (D) Hkw&mÙkj /kzqo ij /kukRed pqEcdh.kkRed pqEcdh.k gksxk& (A) HkkSxksfyd nf{k.361) to carbon tetrachloride (n = 1. Q. is (A) 1.07 (B) 0. Q.k ls mldh Qksdy yEckbZ ds cjkcj nwjh ij [kM+s gS rks ge tks izfrfcEc ns[kxsa] og& (A) okLrfod rFkk mYVk (B) vkHkklh rFkk lh/kk (C) okLrfod rFkk lh/kk (D) mijksDr esa ls dksbZ ugh D.k /kzqo] Hkw&pqEcd dk mÙkj /kzqo gS (B) HkkSxksfyd nf{k.64 ?kw. (B) the DC generator has one unbroken slip ring.k gS ftuds chp dh nwjh 25 cm gSA vfHkn`'.361) ls dkcZu VªsVk DyksjkbM (n = 1.d fcuk VwVh gqbZ lihZ oy.k /kzqo gS (C) Hkw&nf{k.93 (D) 0. gksrh gS (D) AC tfu= esa .67 If you stand closer to a concave mirror than a distance of one focal length.s eqDr pqEcd ds mÙkjh /kzqo dk mÙkj dh vksj gksus dk dkj. the image you see is (A) real and inverted (B) virtual and upright (C) real and upright (D) none of the above because you do not get an image. nks Hkkxks esa VwVh gksrh gS tc izdk'k . The focal length of the objective is 20 cm.d ysal dh Qksdl yEckbZ 20 cm rFkk vfHkus=d dh Qksdy yEckbZ 5 cm gSA nwjn'khZ dk dks.461).kh.d lihZ oy. Q.d nwjn'khZ (telescope) nks ysalks ls cuk.66 A telescope is constructed with two lenses separated by a distance of 25 cm.461) esa tkrk gS] rks mldk osx ifjofrZr gks tkrk gSA dkcZu VªVs k DyksjkbM rFkk .65 DC rFkk AC tfu= esa vUrj gS& (A) DC tfu= esa . Calculate the angular magnification of the telescope. The ratio of the speed in carbon tetrachloride to the speed in ethyl alcohol.07 (D) 0. (B) the south geographic pole of the earth is the earth's magnetic south pole. gksrh gS (C) AC tfu= esa . v2/v1.Fkkby .67 Q.d lihZ oy.66 Q.65 The difference between a DC and an AC generator is that (A) the DC generator has one slip ring split in two halves. # 27 .Ydksgy esa izdk'k ds osx dk vuqikr v2/v1 Kkr djks& a (A) 1.99 (C)1.Q.Fkkby .64 The reason the north pole of a bar magnet free to rotate points north is because (A) the south geographic pole of the earth is the earth's magnetic north pole. vko/kZu D. (D) the AC generator has one slip ring split in two halves. (C) there is a net accumulation of negative magnetic charge at the earth's south geographic pole.k /kzqo ij _.

A light beam of diameter 4 mm is incident on the 40 cm focal length lens as shown in figure.k fp= lgh gSA izR.s xkek& {k.k gksxsa \ 12 6C How much work is done in stopping a body of mass 5kg moving at a speed 5m/s on a smooth frictionless plane: (A) 31. A = 8 (D) Z = 6 .s Z (ijek.25 Joule (C) 60 Joule (B) 125 Joule (D) 62.oa (c) (C) (d) .Z djuk djuk iM+sxk \ (A) 31.d gSA . (d) .5 cm (C) 1 cm  AZ X   (A) Z = 5 .69 Which ray diagrams are correct ? The three rays in each diagram are distinguished by different types of lines.k) rFkk A (nzO.kq la[. eas nks mÙky ysal ftudh Qksdy yEckbZ 40 cm rFkk 100 cm gS rFkk nksuksa ysal dh izdkf'kd v{k .d fudk.69 fuEu esa ls dkSulk fdj.71  AZ X   (A) Z = 5 .sd fp= esa rhuksa fdj. (d) and (e) Consider an arrangement which consists of two converging lenses of focal lengths 40 cm and 100 cm having a common optical axis.h xbZ gS \ I (a) I (a) I (b) O O O O O O O O I (c) (d) I (c) I I (b) I (d) O O (e) (A) (b) and (c) (C) (d) and (e) Q.eku 5kg gS] 5m/s ls fpdus ry ij xfr'khy gSA oLrq dks jksdus ds fy. A = 8 (D) Z = 6 . A = 12 Q. A = 12 (C) Z = 7 .d izdk'k iaqt ftldk O. ds fy. A = 12 .72 Q. A = 12 (C) Z = 7 .71 (B) Z = 4 .8 cm (D) 2 cm What value of Z (atomic number) and A (mass number) result in the following gamma decay ? 12 6C (A) (b) .5 Joule PAGE NO.oa (e) (B) (c) and (d) (D) (c). Q.k) D.Q.5 cm (C) 1 cm I (e) I (B) Z = 4 .5 Joule CODE : A Q.8 cm (D) 2 cm fn.k vyx&vyx js[kkvksa ls n'kkZ.oa (d) (D) (c). A = 12 Q.70 Q.s x.oa (e) .eku la[. # 28 .72 (B) (c) .kl crkvksaA (A) 2. The diameter of the final beam will be (A) 2.70 (B) 0.25 Joule (B) 125 Joule (C) 60 Joule (D) 62.kl 4 mm gS] 40 cm Qksdy yEckbZ okys ysl a ij vkifrr gksrk gS] fudyus okys iaqt dk O. A = 12 (B) 0.d oLrq ftldk nzO.s fdruk dk.

F. (R)–(K) . (R)–(K) . 2–d. cksfjd vEy f={kkjh.F (C) F.s & I. 4–d (D) none of these is correct.e gkbMªkWDlkbM .sA (I) . 3–c. 2–b. 4–a (B) 1–b. 4–c (C) 1–c. F. 2–d. Q. (S)–(J) (D) buesa ls dksbZ lgh ugha gS Q. (S)–(J) (D) None of these is correct Q.T.d nqcZy {kkj gSA II.k xyr dk lgh Øe pqfu. (R)–(M) .d vfoys. (A) T. Boric acid is tribasic acid III.kh.75 Select correct sequence of True (T). 4–c (C) 1–c. A insoluble base is formed when sodium hydroxide reacts with iron (III) chloride (A) F F F T (B) T F F T (C) T F F F (D) T T T F CODE : A Øe pqfu. (S)–(M) (B) (P)–(L) .k tkrk gSA (II) . 4–d (D) buesa ls dksbZ lgh ugha lgh .74 Correct IUPAC matching option out of these is Q. (S)–(M) (B) (P)–(L) . F.sA (a) /kukosf’kr d.FksuksbZd vEy dk 80% (w/w) foy. F (D) buesa ls dksbZ lgh ugha buesa ls lgh IUPAC feyku okyk fodYi pquksA (A) (P)–(J). (R)–(M) . (S)–(K) (C) (P)–(M).u ls izcy gSA IV. (Q)–(L) . 2–b. {kkj izkIr gksrk gSA (A) F F F T (C) T F F F (B) T F F T (D) T T T F PAGE NO. 2–b. 3–a.k djrk gS rks . . (Q)–(L) .k xyr dFku dk lgh Øe pqfu. 3–a.76 lgh . 3–a.F (B) T. F (C) F.u lY¶.ksx nw/k ls dslhu ds cukus ds fy. 3–a.ju (III) DyksjkbM ls vfHkfØ. (R)–(K) . (Q)–(J) .wVªkWu (d) bysDVªkWu ij vkos’k (A) 1–d. tc lksfM.kksa dk iqat (b) bysDVªkWu (c) U. (1) Stoney (a) A stream of positively charged particles (2) Milliken (b) Electron (3) Wein (c) neutron (4) Chadwick (d) charge on an electron (A) 1–d. T (D) none of these is correct.LVjhdj. (S)–(K) (C) (P)–(M). 2–b.s Ldand ds :i esa fd.73 Q.Q. 4–a (B) 1–b. F. vEy gSA III. (R)–(K) . # 29 . (Q)–(L) . 3–c. dSfYl.FksuksbZd vEy dk mi. False (F) statementI. T (A) (P)–(J).flfVd vEy xa/kd dks ?kqfyr dj ysrh gSA (III) . Q.e gkbMªkWDlkbM] vk. gSA (A) T.74 Q.76 lgh feyku dk (1) LVksuh (2) fefydu (3) ohu (4) pSMohd (B) T. 80% (w/w) solution of ethanoic acid is stronger than a 20% (w/w) solution of sulphuric acid IV.75 Select the correct matching sequence.k mRØe.wfjd vEy ds 20% (w/w) foy. (Q)–(J) .k vfHkfØ. (Q)–(L) . (III) Esterification reaction is reversible.T.73 Select the correct sequence of True (T) and false (F) statement : (I) Ethanoic acid is used as a coagulating agent for preparation of casein from milk. Calcium hydroxide is a weak base II. (II) Acetic acid dissolves sulphur.

k.80 vkidks pkj vfHkfØ. 3 MnO2 + 4 Al  2 Al2O3 + 3 Mn IV.sA (A) I esa Fe2O3 vkWDlhdkjd ?kVd gSA (B) II esa H2S vipk. I all four form small molecules (D) None of these Q. xyr dFku gksxkA B Al Ga In Tl C Si Ge Sn Pb N P As Sb Bi O S Se Te Po I. 3 MnO2 + 4 Al  2 Al2O3 + 3 Mn IV.80 27°C ij nzo ikjs dk ok"i ?kuRo 0. vkorZ lkj.s xyr dFku dk p. # 30 .k dks n’kkZrk gSA (A) cSUthu (B) S8 v. O.kh ds Hkkx ds fy.kqvksa ds lkFk tqM+ dj cM+s v.0000041 atmp fn. C Q. Po are four elements showing ductility (B) B.78 fuEu esa dkSulk lgh fodYi gS tks rRo ds Catenation xq. Bi.xk\ [ ekuk dh ikjs dh ok"i . C. C Q.k gSA ikjs dk ?kuRo = 13. and select incorrect statement Q.rk n’kkZrs gSA (B) B.u dhft.77 Q.Q. B. Fe2O3 + 3CO  2 Fe + 3CO2 II.kq (C) H–S–(S)n – S–H (D) lHkh A.0000041 atmp at 27ºC.k djrs gSA (C) N. Si all three can form giant molecules with other atoms on combination (C) N. Bi. H2S + Br2  2 HBr + S III. P.082 L atm k–1 mol–1] [Hg = 200] (A) 800 gm (B) 600 gm (C) 180 gm (D) None of these CODE : A B Cl (A) In.kqvksa dk fuekZ. B.s ikjs dk fdruk Hkkj fy.77 You are given four reactionsI. What weight of mercury would it take to pollute a room that is 4 × 3 × 2 m3 [Assume mercury vapour to be an ideal gas R = .79 fn. Tl. O.79 Consider the given part of P.6 g/ml] is 0. P. I pkjks NksVs v.kqvksa dk fuekZ.78 Which one of the following is correct option about showing the catenation property of element(A) Benzene (B) S8 molecule (C) H–S–(S)n – S–H (D) All A. v.sa nh xbZ gS & (A) In. H2S + Br2  2 HBr + S III. Po pkjkssa rRo rU.k tk.6 g/ml gSA 4 × 3 × 2 m3 okys dejs dks iznwf"kr djus ds fy.k djrs gSA (D) buesa ls dksbZ ugha Q.T. C. ZnO + C  Zn + CO blds fy.d ?kVd gSA (C) III esa MnO2 vipk.k x. Fe2O3 + 3CO  2 Fe + 3CO2 II. x. ZnO + C  Zn + CO Select incorrect statement about these (A) In I Fe2O3 is oxidising agent (B) In II H2S is reducing agent (C) In III MnO2 is reducing agent (D) In IV ZnO is oxidising agent Q.082 L atm k–1 mol–1] [Hg = 200] (A) 800 gm (B) 600 gm (C) 180 gm (D) buesa ls dksbZ ugha PAGE NO.d ?kVd gSA (D) IV esa ZnO vkWDlhdkjd ?kVd gSA F C N O F Al Si P S Cl Ga Ge As Se Br In Sn Sb Te I Tl Pb Bi Po At Br I At Given that the vapour pressure of liquid mercury [density = 13. Tl. Si rhuksa vU.d vkn'kZ xS l gS ] R = .

whereas the solid earth that supports life is built on the chemistry of element below it in P. Then the ratio of atomic mass of Q to at.82 CODE : A xyr dFku dks pqfu.sA [C = 12.kSfxdks ds mnkgj.k gSA Q.fud xq. 100 gm of sample of this compound contains 50 g of Q.48 gm (C) 1.sls inkFkZ gS ftuesa ÅtkZ v. mass of R will be(A) 5 2 (B) Q. HCl rFkk Fe2O3 f}vaxh .235 gm (D) none of these Q.6 (C) A refrigerant should have high volatility and low reactivity (D) Fuels are materials with energy stored is the bonds of molecules Q.48 gm (D) buesa ls dksbZ ugha PAGE NO.kSfxd ftlesa la.6] (A) gSesVkbV dks dsfeLV ds }kjk v.81 2 5 3 5 (D) Can not be predicted data insufficient (C) nks rRo Q rFkk R .d vfHkfØ.85 1gm OF2 rFkk 1 gm H2O dh vfHkfØ.kstdrk esa ifjorZu ugha gksrk adduct dgykrk gSA (B) .Q.Y. tk ldrs gS\ [O = 16.d .kZIr gSA Select incorrect statement [C = 12. HCl and Fe2O3 are all examples of binary compounds Q.eku 380.ksxkRed .kh esa dkcZu ls uhps ds rRo ls cuh gSA (B) yksgk] fiVok yksgk] <yok¡ yksgk rFkk bLikr esa jlk.6 gksxkA (C) .d fMxzh ije rki .83 Select incorrect statement(A) An addition compound obtained by a reaction involving no valency change is called an adduct (B) Formula of aluminium acetate is CH3COOAl (C) Silicon carbide is used as an abrasive (D) One degree absolute is equal to one degree centigrade Q.qfefu.k'khy gksrk gSA (D) bZa/ku .83 xyr dFku dks pqfu.kSfxd cukrs gS ftldk lw= Q2R5 gSA bl .flVsV dk lw= CH3COOAl gS (C) flyhdu dkcZbM dk mi. H = 1.6] (A) The term would a chemist use to describe haematite is ore (B) The molar mass of tetraphenyl germane [(C6H5)4 Ge] will be 380. Ge = 72. Cast iron and steel (C) The IV state of matter PLASMA can not conduct electricity (D) NaCl.s lgk.84 vlR.kqvksa ds ca/k esa laxzfgr gksrh gSA vf/kdre fdrus xzke izkIr fd.81 Two elements Q and R form a compound with formula Q2R5.82 Q. dFku pquks & (A) dkcZu ds jlk.T.e .84 Select false statement(A) Life is built on the chemistry of carbon.d iz'khrd mPp ok"i'khy rFkk fuEu vfHkfØ.ksx vi?k"kZd esa gksrk gS (D) .85 How many gms of O2 could you produce at the most from no more than 1 gm of OF2 and 1 gm of H2O on reaction? [O = 16.kq Hkkjks dk vuqikr gksxk & (A) 5 2 (C) 3 5 (B) 2 5 (D) cuk. Ge = 72. F = 19] (A) 0.kksa esa varj gSA (C) nzo dh IV voLFkk IykTek fo|qr dk pkyu ugha dj ldrh gSA (D) NaCl.592 gm (C) 1.592 gm (B) 2.s & (A) . Pig rion.Ld dgk tkrk gSA (B) VsVªkQsfuy teZu [(C6H5)4 Ge] dk eksy nzO.k ugha tk ldrk] vk¡dM+s vi. (B) There is a chemical difference between Iron. F = 19] (A) 0.k ls izkIr .235 gm (B) 2.k ls O2 ds Q. # 31 .kSfxd ds 100 gm izfrn'kZ esa 50 g Q mifLFkr gS rks Q rFkk R ds ijek.d fMxzh lsUVhxzsM ds cjkcj gksrk gSA Q.u ls thou cuk gS] tcfd Bksl i`Foh tks thou ds fy.d gS og vkorZ lkj. H = 1.

lnSo vkd"kZ. Li.fud lehdj. Li = 3.kSfxd dk lw= CH4S gks ldrk gSA Q.k esa vEyh.s nks /kzqoh. foU. He = 2. (B) The inhibition or a complete suppression of a chemical process by the reaction products is called passivation. ekuk tkrk gS blfy.ru] SO2 ds rhu vk.u esa v. 16 (B) 9.d ls vf/kd vkWDlkbM cukrh gS tc 20 gm . gksrs gS . (C) Antimony (At.krk dgykrh gSA (C) .d dkYifud . iz—fr rFkk nwljh {kkjh. 14 (C) 197 79 Au (B) 107 47 Ag (D) 56 26 Fe Select incorrect statement (A) O2–.UVheuh (At.k tkrk gSA .H and S is burnt in air.89 Select incorrect statement (A) The molecules in chemistry are three dimensional assuming this to be true the forces between two HCl polar molecules are always attractive. 18 (C) 7. Q. Be = 4.d vEyh. It is found that 3 volume of the compound gives 3 volume CO2 .ru rFkk ty ok"i ds 6 vk. He = 2.87 Methane gas. B = 5] (C) ?kjsyw lTthnkj ikuh dk mi. other is basic.u gSA (B) He–. HCl v. Then stoichiometric coefficients of acidic and basic gases formed in the balanced chemical equation respectively are (A) 7.qfefu.8) . No. S2– and Se2– are chalcogenide dianions (B) He–. 12 (B) 107 47 Ag (D) esFksu xSl] ty ok"i] ukbVªkt s u xSl rFkk MkbZvkWDlhtu pkjks vfHkfØ.ru nsrs gS] CO2 ds 3 vk. izd`fr dhA larqfyr jlk. Li.86 Q.fud izfØ. 18 (D) 6.k djds dsoy nks xSl cukrh gS .kferh xq. Be = 4.k dks vfHkfØ.8) forms more than one oxide.kq f=fofe.Y.s & (A) jlk.kqvksa ds e/. 3 volume SO2 and 6 volume water vapour. rFkk {kkjh.q esa tyk.d vkWDlkbM ugha gSA PAGE NO. Be+ and B2+ will have same electronic configuration [At. Li = 3.kZ izfr caf/kr djuk fu"Øe. 121.90 ty ls gksdj /khjs&/khjs izokfgr djus ij dkSulh xSl cqycqys cukrh gS? (A) veksfu.e okys crZu esa ugha fd. wt.k iw. 12 (D) 6.k cy gksrk gSA (B) .86 Which of the following has maximum number of neutrons per proton? Q. water vapour.89 xyr dFku pqfu.88 CODE : A xyr dFku pqfu. Q. wt.wVªkWu dh la[.90 Which gas will form bubbles on being slowly passed through water? (A) Ammonia (B) Phosphine (C) Hydrogen chloride gas (D) None of these Q.87 32 (A) 16 S (C) 197 79 Au (A) 7. When 20 gm of antimony reacts with 3. B = 5] (C) House-hold LYE should never be used in aluminium containers (D) Fe(FeO2)2 is not an oxide of iron.s & (A) O2–.k ds mRikn ds }kjk jksduk . 14 Q. No. # 32 .k (B) QkWLQhu (C) gkbMªkstu DyksjkbM xSl (D) buesa ls dksbZ ugha Q.ksx .kk.k tkrkA (D) Fe(FeO2)2 yksgs dk . xSlksa ds jl lehdj. 121.H rFkk S ds . nitrogen gas and dioxygen all four react to give only two gases one is acidic in nature.kSfxd dks ok.kkad Øe'k% gS & fuEu esa ls fdlesa izfr izksVkWu U.ru cukrk gS] rks . Then the formula of the compound can be CH4S.kSfxd ds 3 vk.k vf/kdre gS\ 32 (A) 16 S 56 26 Fe (B) 9.g lR.95 gm MkbZvkWDlhtu ls lkFk vfHk—r gksrh gS rks cuus okys vkWDlkbM dk lw= Sb2O3 gksxkA (D) C. Be+ rFkk B2+ ds bysDVªkWuh.88 Q.UVheuh 3. S2– rFkk Se2– pkydkstuh f}_. 16 (C) 7.Q.d jklk.95 gm dioxygen the formula of the oxide formed will be Sb2O3 (D) A hypothetical gaseous compound of C.kl leku gksxsa [At.