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Paper Code : 0000CT100115 001

CLASSROOM CONTACT PROGRAMME


(Academic Session : 2015 - 2016)

NURTURE COURSE
TARGET : JEE (MAIN) 2017
Test Type : ALL INDIA OPEN TEST Test Pattern : JEE-Main
TEST DATE : 31 - 01 - 2016
ANSWER KEY
Que. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Ans. 4 4 1 3 3 4 4 2 4 4 2 2 1 3 4 2 2 2 2 4

Que. 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Ans. 2 3 2 1 2 3 2 2 2 1 4 1 2 1 3 2 3 1 2 4

Que. 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

Ans. 3 1 3 1 4 3 1 2 4 4 4 3 3 2 4 3 2 3 2 1

Que. 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80

Ans. 3 1 2 1 1 4 3 2 4 1 2 4 3 2 3 4 2 2 3 3

Que. 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90

Ans. 2 1 1 3 1 3 4 1 1 3

HINT SHEET
1. Ans. (4) 4.84 4.84
3.84 S.G
V 1 T1 S.G 3.84
Sol. f S.G = 1.26
1 1
2. Ans. (4)
V 1 T2 Sol. Area under the velocity-time graph is
f
1 1 displacement.
If area X = area Y then it implies that
1 T1 1 T2 magnitudes of displacements carresponding to

1 2 areas X and Y are equal.
T1 1 T2 3. Ans. (1)
Sol. KE = 0, since V = constant
2
1 2
T1 = (2.2)2 T2 KE = mv = constant
2
M Mass is falling down so potential energy
Mg = 4.84 Mg S G g decreases at rate

4.84 dx
1 = 4.84 mg mgV [decreases]
S.G dt
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4. Ans. (3) n : number of moles
T V2 T2
2 :1 2 :1
V1 T1
9. Ans. (4)
Sol. Sol. Acceleration is maximum at extreme position.
0 Velocity is maximum at mean position.
0 t
10. Ans. (4)
dq
= constant = i (lets say) Sol. V R3, R 2R then V 8V
dt Work = P (8V V) = 7PV [isobaric process]
dT dT i
i aT 3 , 3 11. Ans. (2)
dt dt aT Sol. As point R, S and T have zero intensity
i Destructive interference will occur at these
dT 3 dt
aT points.
5. Ans. (3)
1.5
Sol. Middle one paper does not fall. 2
= 3m
Hence there must be a node.
v = f
f = 100 Hz
4x 12. Ans. (2)
Sol. Soap bubble has two surface
4x 2 = 4x
2 Total length = 2(2r)
6. Ans. (4) F
T F 4r T
Sol. V = R 4r
= constant 13. Ans. (1)
dV dR Sol. If n' represents the apparent frequency and n
the act ual one, then use the relation
dt dt
dR v w
= constant n' n where v is the velocity of
dt v w v s
dV sound with respect to wind, w is the velocity
= constant of wind and vs that of the source. Note that in
dt
slope is constant this case the observer at rest.
14. Ans. (3)
v-t graph will be straight line.
Sol. For particle A
7. Ans. (4)
y=x
Sol. Speed is maximum at the mean position
dy dx
Distance between extreme position = 2A. vyA vxA
dt dt
2A = 70
& v = 3i
B
A = 35 cm
8. Ans. (2) & v x A = vB

3RT v xA 3i v yA 3j
Sol. Vrms =
M v A 3i 3j v A 3 2 m/s

given graph : RT2


2 10 2 5 15. Ans. (4)
16. Ans. (2)
n
Sol. Note that the beat frequency is (n1 n2) and
RT1
1 10 1
5
the corresponding vibrating lengths are
n (/2 ) and (/2 + ).
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V 20. Ans. (4)
Given : n 0 Sol. Note that pV = constant and that is inversely
2
proportional to V.
Adiabatic process
V pV = constant
2n 0
M

p = constant

pM = constant (M is constant)

p = constant
/2+ /2
21. Ans. (2)
V V
n1 Sol. Lets say the displacement of cylinder from its
2
2 equilibrium position is 'x'.
2
V V ma = gAx
n2
2 gA
2 a = x
2 m
V V
Beat frequency = n2 n1 = gA
2 2 cylinder = ... (i)
m
V V
= k
2 2 spring-block = ... (ii)
1 1 m

1 1
cylinder = spring-block ... (iii) [given]
V V
= 1 2 1 2 K = gA [from (i), (ii), (iii)];

K = 27 N/m
V V
= 1 2 1 2 [(1+x)n = 1+nx] 22. Ans. (3)
m F
V 2V V 2V
= a
Sol.
A

= 22n0 + 2 2n0 = 8n 0
Writting torque equation about an axis passing
17. Ans. (2) through A, perpendicular to the plane of paper.
Sol. New reading = weigth of water (X ) + weight
of water displaced by the object (Z) 2 2 2
F 2R = mR mR ... (i)
New reading = X + Z 5
18. Ans. (2) a = R
Sol. Net force and net torque should be zero. 7
19. Ans. (2) F ma
10
d dm
Sol. S dT 23. Ans. (2)
dt dt
Sol. During SHM speed will be minimum in 1 and
6.7 10 9 dm
4200 14 6 5 region.
60 dt
Hence probability of greatest number of hit will
dm 6.7 10 9
increase.
dt 4200 8 60
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24. Ans. (1) 29. Ans. (2)
20 30
Sol. x x path difference
2 P
Sol.
= kx
2 10cm
= mg Mg
2 p = 0
Hence destructive interference will occur at
Mg 30 = mg 10
point P.
2 m = 3M ... (1)
Aresultant = 2a a 2 4a 2 = a. Fb=(m/)g
It will remain constant with time.
25. Ans. (2) P

8 12 30
mg Mg

h1 p net = 0
h
Sol. h2 m
Mg 30 g 12 mg 12

A
3M
dh M 30 12 3M 12
= 4 cm/hr given = 2w r
dt
r = 6
Fboyant = (Ah)g = (Ah2)g
30. Ans. (1)
Ahg = Ah2g
Sol. A question of units and dimensions.
h = h2 = 2h2
Only the dimension of option (A) g
h = 2h2
matches the dimesion of speed.
dh 2dh 2 2dh 2 dh 31. Ans.(4)
4 2 = 2 cm/hr
dt dt dt dt 14ClO3 + 6N2H4 12NO3 + 14Cl
dh dh 2
Therefore net fall of upper end = n-factor 6 14
dt dt
= 4cm/hr 2cm/hr 32. Ans.(1)
= 2cm/hr [rate of fall of upper end of candle] 40 0.1 = 30 m 2
26. Ans. (3) 4 1
M=
I0 15 4 15
Sol. 0 = 10 log 12 I0 = 1012 1
10 0.1 V = 60
15
I
120 = 10 log 12 V = 40 ml
10 33. Ans.(2)
T I
12 1012 I 1 0 10 12 124 0.15

124 640
1019 0.15 6 1019
10 I 1240
27. Ans. (2) 1.6 10 19 124 16
640
Sol. 2 40 103 10 = 16 t 34. Ans.(1)
50 103 s = t m+2 2r = n
28. Ans. (2) 0.529 9
Sol. Amount of energy intercepted [Amplitude]2 l=2 =
3
[surface area] n=3 = 9.97
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35. Ans.(3) 44. Ans.(1)
36. Ans.(2) 45. Ans. (4)
37. Ans.(3)
46. Ans. (3)
38. Ans.(1)
PM = ZdRT 47. Ans. (1)
PV = ZRT 48. Ans. (2)
1.5 0.08 400 49. Ans. (4)
V= = 24 litre 50. Ans. (4)
2
39. Ans.(2) 51. Ans. (4)
40. Ans.(4) 52. Ans. (3)
N O at 300K
2NO2(g) 53. Ans. (3)
2 4
P1 P2 54. Ans. (2)
P 55. Ans. (4)
kp = 22 2 ..... (i)
P1 56. Ans. (3)
P1+ P2 = 10 ......(ii) 57. Ans. (2)
P2 = 8 atm P1 = 2 atm 58. Ans. (3)
2NO2
N2O4 59. Ans. (2)
(1 + 2P) (4 P) 60. Ans. (1)
PT = (5 + P) 61. Ans. (3)
(4 P) Shift origin at (102,4)
Kp = 2
(1 2P) 2 62. Ans. (1)
P = 0.19 atm Divide by x2
PT = 5.19 atm 2
y y
41. Ans.(3) 2 0
x x
100 0.8 100 1.2 80 2 120 280 m2 + m 2 = 0
=
16 32 32 32 1
Replace m by
100 0.8 m
16 80 2 4 1 1
XA = 2 0
280 280 7 m 2
m
32 2
2m + 2m 1 = 0
42. Ans.(1)
2y 2 2y
18 1 1 0
mole x2 x
90 5
x2 xy 2y2 = 0
50 1
1000 2 = 0.1 V 63. Ans. (2)
400 5
x + y 1 = 0 (R.A)
V = 500 ml
1
43. Ans.(3) A
2
1 1 1
R H 5 2
15200 4 9 9 4 5 A

1 1 1 9 3 9 9 3 64. Ans. (1)
R H 9 y = (x 1)3 1
1 4 4
x = (y 1)3 1
1 15200
9 9 3 = 738720 1 x 1 3 x 1
5
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65. Ans. (1) 71. Ans. (2)
x2 + x + 1 = 3 ; x 1 sin + cos < 0
x2 + x 2 = 0
(x + 2) (x 1) = 0 2 3
2,1 (rejected) sin cos
2
66. Ans. (4) 1 13/12
E + 1 = (2a)3 + (2b)3 + 1 3.2a.2b.1 sin 2
2
Emin = p = 1; 2a = 2b = 1 a = b = 0 17/12
(0,0) 5
2n 2 2n
6 6
L 2
x+yz=0 5
n n
67. Ans. (3) 12 12
1 > 95 3063 20 72. Ans. (4)
sin1 > sin95 > sin63
2x
68. Ans. (2) k 2
cosx + sinx > 0 & cosx sinx < 0 x1
1,1
3 k > 1
,
4 4 73. Ans. (3)
69. Ans. (4) Circumcentre of ABC
n(A A) = 9 Orthocentre of PQR
74. Ans. (2)
Relation containing (1,2), (2,1), (a,a) = 23
1
Relation containing x10 x 2 12 3 (AM.GM)
x
(1,2), (2,1), (1,3), (3,1),(a,a) = 23 Equality occurs of x = 1
Relation containing But sec1x takes maximum at x = 1
(1,2), (2,1), (2,3), (3,2),(a,a) = 23 1
min(x) = 1 3
Relation containing 1
75. Ans. (3)
(1,2), (2,1), (1,3), (3,1),(2,3), (3,1)(a,a) = 23
x2 1 < [x2] < x2
Total number of relation = 32. [x2] = 2x 1
70. Ans. (1) 2
x < 2x 0 < x < 2
2 n A n AB n B n AB

2n A n B n AB 0<x<1 1 < x < 2 2 < x < 2


x = 1/2 x=1 x = 3/2
n A 3n B 5n AB sum = 3
76. Ans. (4)
n A 3n B 10n A 5n B B

8n(B) = 9n(A) 8k
3k
n A 8

n B 9 A 3 D 8 C
3k + 8k > 11; 8k
n A 8k; n B 9k
k > 1; 11 + 3k > 8k
n AB 7k 1 k
11
5
n A B 10k 10 k=2
k=1 Perimeter = 33
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77. Ans. (2) 83. Ans. (1)

1 1 2 3 n 1 84. Ans. (3)
2
n 1
n 1
2 3 .... n 1
2 2 2 2 0 < LHS < 1

1 n 1 {as it is absolute difference of distance of point
2
n 1
n

2 n 1
2
P(x,0) from A(2,0) & B(3,0)} 0 < 2 a < 1


1 < a < 2 sum = 3
1 n 1 4
2
n 1
n 1
2n 1
2 9
85. Ans. (1)
Put x = sin
78. Ans. (2)
sin
2x y
sin 1 1 x 2 sin 1 1 cos
2
2 2x2 = 2 x 86. Ans. (3)
1 coefficient of x100
x
2 non-negative integral solution of
79. Ans. (3) a + b + c = 100
102
C2

87. Ans. (4)
2
'' is odd 1 is also odd
/2
sum = 0
sec2 1 0 1
88. Ans. (1)
Df ,sec 2 1, (6,(6))
(3,4)
80. Ans. (3)
(0,(0))
1 1
x 1 or x 1
x x
2
x x1=0 x2 + x 1 = 0 (0) + (0) = 8
similarly every pair has sum 8.
1 5 5 1
89. Ans. (1)
2 2
10
C2
required sum = 5
90. Ans. (3)
81. Ans. (2)
6n, 7e, 2d, 2s, 2t,1i
82. Ans. (1)
number of selections = 7 8 3 3 3 21
Graph is
= 3023
symmetric about x = 6
2b = 6 b = 3

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