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ANSWER KEY

PHYSICS CHEMISTRY BIOLOGY GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

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HINTS & SOLUTIONS

PHYSICS

1. (b)

Let be angle between vectors A and B.

A B n A B Given

2 2

Then, A B n 2 A B

A 2 2ABcos B2 n 2 A 2 2ABcos B2

A 2 2A 2 cos A 2 n 2 A 2 2A 2 cos A 2

A B

2A 2 2A 2 cos n 2 2A 2 2A 2 cos

n 2

1 cos n 2 1

n 2 1

cos 2

n 1

n2 1

cos 1 2

n 1

2. (b)

1

S ut1 gt12 1

2

1

S ut 3 gt 32 2

2

1

S gt 22 3

2

1

St 3 ut1t 3 gt12 t 3 4

2

1

St1 ut1t 3 gt 32 t1 5

2

Adding, eqns. 4 and 5

1

S t1 t 3 gt 3 t1 t 3 t1

2

1

or S gt 3 t1 6

2

from eqns., 3 and 4 ,

1 1

gt 3t1 gt 22

2 2

t 2 t 3 t1

3. (d)

Given that at any instant t

x kt and y kt kt 2

If ii be the initial velocity of projectile and be the angle of projection, then

x u cos t

1

and y u sin t gt 2

2

Comparing above equations, with the given equation, we get; u sin k and g 2k

If t m be time taken to reach maximum height, then at max. height, v y 0

dy

i.e., v y k 2 t m 0

dt

1

tm

2

Hence, time of flight,

1 1

T 2t m 2

2

2

H

u sin

k2

k

g 4k 4

v2 v2

tan

rg 20g

If v ' v 10% of v

1.1v

v2

then tan

rg

2

v2 1.1v

20g rg

1 1.21

20 r

r 20 1.21 24.2m

5. (a)

h v r cos v

v

vr

v r sin

Let v r be the velocity of particle relative to hemisphere and v be the linear velocity of

hemisphere at this moment. Then from conservation of linear momentum, we have

4mv m v r cos v

or 5v v r cos

5v

vr

cos

vr 5v

R R cos

6. (b)

If the body strikes the sand floor with a velocity v then,

1

Mgh Mv2

2

With this velocity v, when body passes through the sand floor it comes to rest after travelling a

distance x. Let f be the resisting force acting on the body.

Then the resultant force = F-Mg.

Using work energy theorem,

1

F Mg x Mv 2 0

2

F Mg x Mgh

Fx Mgh Mgx

h

F Mg 1

x

7. (a)

A (m1)

D E

45o

C(m3) D B(m2)

2

I AB m1 0 m 2 0 m 3 CE

2

d

m3

2

1

md 2

2

8. (d)

A

B

R d

o

M

Mass per unit length of the rod mass of small length element AB,

L

M

dm Rd

L

dm

dV G

R

GM Rd

L R

GM

d

L

GM GM

V dV d

L o L

F

or x1 1

K

FL FL

Y 2 x2 2

Ax 2 AY

Total extension x1 x 2

F FL

i.e, x 1 2

K AY

1 L

F F1 F2 F

K AY

AYK

F x

AY KL

force AYK x

But Acceleration

mass AY KL m

For SHM acceleration 2 x

AYK

2

m AY KL

m AY KL

T 2

AYK

10. (b) Speed of the water coming from the hole, v 2gh where h denotes depth of the hole

from the free surface of the water in tank.

The quantities of water flowing out per second from both holes are given to be same,

therefore,

A1v1 A 2 v 2 ,

Where, A1 , and A 2 be the area of cross sections of the hole 1 (i.e., square hole) and hole

2 (i.e., circular hole) and v1 and v2 be the speeds of water coming out from these holes.

a 2 2gx r 2 2g4x

a 2 2r 2

2 a2

r

2

a

r

2

11. (b) The rate of coolingness decreases with decrease in temperature difference between the

body and surroundings

3

Here and k const

2

PV3/2 =K

3

log P log V log K

2

P 3 V

0

P 2 V

V 2 P

V 3 P

V 2 P

100% 100%

V 3 P

2 2

3 3

4

%

9

4

volume decreases by about %

9

t

13. (b) y A cos 2 sin (1000 t)

2

1 cos t 1 cos 2

yA sin (1000 t) cos 2

2 2

A A

y sin 1000t sin 1000t cos t

2 2

A A

y sin 1000t 2sin 1000t cos t

2 4

A A

y sin1000t sin 1001t sin 999t

2 4

A A A

y sin 1000t sin 1001t sin 999t

2 4 4

y a sin 2bt 2 ca

2 b and k 2 c and amplitude (A)= a

v max particle 2v wave

A 2

k

2

A

k

2

a

2 c

1

c

a

I1 4

15. (b) ; I1 4 and I 2 1

I2 1

2

I max

I1 I 2

9

9

2

I min

I2 I2 1

I I

1 2 10log max 10log min

I0 I0

I

=10 log10 max

Imin

=10 log10 9

= 20 log10 3

1 T

16. (d) n

2

n 2 1 T2

n1 2 T1

n 2 100 144

n1 60 100

n 2 100 12 2

n1 60 10 1

v v0

n' n

v vs

335 5

165

335 5

170 HZ

Number of beats heard per second

n ' n

=170 Hz 165 Hz

= 5 Hz

1

y 2

1 x vt

1

at t=0. y

1 x2

1

at t=2s, y 2

1 x 2v

comparing with the given equation, we get

2v 1 v 0.5 m s

19. (a) Use the equation : v2 u 2 2aS

On smooth inclined plane : v2 2gsin S 1

2

v

On Rough inclined plane : 2g sin cos S 2

n

sin

Dividing the equations (1) and (2) n 2

sin cos

1

On solving, we get 1 2 tan

n

r

20. (c) sin (i)

R

Ncos Mg (ii)

Nsin Mr2 (iii)

Dividing eqn. (iii) by eqn. (ii), we get;

r2 R sin 2

tan

g g

sin R sin 2

cos g

g

R cos

q 1 1 q 1 1 1

V 1 ..... 2 4 6 ......

40 x 0 3 5 4 x

0 0

q 1 1 1

1 ......

4 0 x 2 3 4

q

log e 2

4 0 x 0

q q

Here, 1 2 2 2

4r 4R

2

Qr

q1 2 2

R r

QR 2

And q 2 2 2

R r

Potential at commoncentre is

1 q1 1 q2

V

4 0 r 4 0 R

1 Qr 2 QR 2

2 2 2 2

4 0 R r r R r R

1 Qr 2 QR 2

= 2 2 2 2

40 R r r R r R

1 QR r

=

40 R 2 r 2

4 0 ra rb

From C

rb ra

6

1 rb 103 rb

10

9 109 103

rb 2 9 or rb 3m

V2

24. (c) R or R V 2

P

2

R 1 200 4

2

R 2 300 9

When bulbs are connected in series, the current I is same through each. As P I2 R or

P R (as I is same in series)

P R 4

So, 1 1

P2 R 2 9

0i 2i1 0 2i 2

25. (b) 10 T

4 r 4 r

0 2i1 0 2i 2

30 T

4 r 4 r

On solving, i1 20 A and i 2 10 A.

i

so, 1 2

i2

26. (b) Consider a hypothetical ring of radius x and thickness dx of a disc as shown in figure.

dx

o

q

Charge on the ring, dq 2xdx

r 2

dq dq nq 2 xdx

Current due to rotation of charge on ring is di n dq

T 1n r2

Magnetic field at the centre O due to current of ring element is

0 di 0 nq2xdx 0 nqdx

dB 2 (i)

2x r 2x r2

Total magnetic field induction due to current of whole disc is

0 nq nq

B 2

r 0 (on integrating equation (i))

r r

BV BV

27. (a) Here, tan , or tan

BH B H cos x

tan 1

tan cos x

I I

28. (b) From, T 2 4

MB MB

When it is cut into two equal parts in length, mass of each part becomes half

2

I

mass length

12

2

mass length

2 2

I'

12

1

I' I

8

1

Effective magnetic moment of each piece becomes M ' M

2

I'

T 2

M 'B

I

8

2

M

B

2

1 1

2

2 MB

1

T

2

2 sec

Q CV V

29. (b) As, or i D C where, i D = displacement current.

t t t

V iD

t C

1.0

6 V / s

10

106 V / s

30. (d) If I is the final Intensity and I0 is the initial intensity then

I 5

I 0 cos 2 30o

2

10

I 1 3

I0 2 2

I

0.12

I0

5D

x 5B (1)

d

Distance of 3rd dark fringe from central fringe,

1 D 5 D

x 3D 3 (2)

2 d 2 d

From equations (1) and (2), required distance

5 D

x 5B x 3D 5

2 d

5 D

2 d

5 5 10 (1)

7

2 1103

1.25mm

hc 1 1

32. (b) By using V0

e 0

hc 1 1

4.8 1

e 0

hc 1 1

1.6 (2)

e 2 0

1 1

1 0

4.8

2 1

1 1.6

2 0

0 4

1 1 1

33. (b) R 2 2

n1 n 2

1 1 1

R

4 9

1 5

R

36

36

5R

c c 5Rc

f

36 36

5R

2

34. (c) N0 N0e t 2 1

3

1

n 0 N0 e t1 2

3

Dividing equations (1) and (2)

2 e t 2 t1

t 2 t1 ln 2

ln 2

t 2 t1 T1/2 20 min

IC

35. (c) IC I B 2 10 3 A

IB

VCE VCC IC R L

4 10 2 10 3 R L

R L 3k

A m A max A min 25 5 2

36. (a) Modulation index,

A c A max A min 25 5 3

A ' 1

A ' 1

4 1.72 1 0.72

A ' 1.54 1 0.54

4 0.54 o

A' 3

0.72

t1 t 2

38. (a) Apparent depth (AD) =

1 2

36 5 3

7 5 3 2

3 36 15

3

2 7 7

7

2 1.4

5

dI

VA iR E L VB

dt

VB VA 15 volt

15v

1 5 mtt

A B

40. (b) Motional enf across PQ

V BLv 4 1 2 8volt .

This is the potential to which the capacitor is charged

As q = CV

q 10 10 6 8

8 10 5 C

80 C

AS magnetic force on electron in the conducting rod PQ is towards Q, therefore, A is

positively charged and B is negatively charged

i.e., q A 80 C

and q B 80 C

41. (a) When roads are not properly banked, force of friction between tyres and road provides

partially the necessary centripetal force. This cause wear and tear of tyres.

g g 2 R e cos 2

When is angle of latitude and is the anglular velocity of earth. If earth suddenly stops

rotating, then = 0.

g g i.e., the value of g will be same at all places.

2 2

i.e. L I MR 2 = constant

5 T

T R 2 .

It means if size of the earth changes then its moment of inertia changes.

In the problem radius becomes half so time period (Length of the day) will becomes 1 4 of

the present value i.e. 24 4 6 hr .

1

44. (d) Spring constant

lenght of spring

k ' nk

Also, spring constant depends on the material and the properties of the spring.

1 1 2

45. (a) work done = stress strain Y strain

2 2

Since, elasticity of steel is more than copper, hence more work has to be done in order to

stretch the steel.

46. (c) With increase in temperature surface tension of the liquid decreases and angle of contact

also decreases.

v

47. (a) The fundamental frequency of an open organ pipe is n .As temperature increases, both v

2

and increases but v increases more rapidly than .

Hence, the fundamental frequency increases as the temperature increase.

49. (d) If an electric fan is switched on in a closed room, the air will be heated because due to

motion of the fan, the speed of air molecules will increase. In fact, we feel cold due to

evaporation of our sweat.

50. (a) It is quite clear that the colored spectrum is seen due to diffraction of while light on

passing through fine slits made by fine threads in the muslin cloth.

51. (d) Electric potential of a charged conductors depends not only on the amount of charge and

volume but also on the shape of the conductor. Hence, if their shapes are different, they

may have different electric potential.

1

52. (a) sensitivity (length of wise)

potential gradient

53. (d) When a charged particle is moving in a circular path in a magnetic field, the magnitude of

velocity does not change but direction of velocity changes every moment.

Hence velocity is changing, so momentum mv is also changing.

54. (d) In general, the field due to a magnet is non-uniform. Therefore, it exerts both force and

torque on the nails which will translate the nails before striking to north pole of magnet

with their induced south poles and vice versa.

55. (c) The manner in which the two coils are oriented determines the coefficient of coupling

between them.

M K L1L2

When the two coils are wound on each other, the coefficient of coupling is maximum and

hence mutual inductance between the coils is maximum.

56. (d) When a metal piece falls from a certain height then eddy currents are produced in it due

to earths magnetic field. Eddy currents oppose the motion of the Piece. Hence metal piece

falls with a smaller acceleration (as compared of g). But no eddy currents are produced in non-

metal piece. Hence it drops with acceleration due to gravity. Therefore, non-metal piece will

reach the earths surface earlier.

57. (d) On increasing the intensity of incident light, the current in photoelectric cell will increase.

The energy of the photons h will, however not increase with increase in intensity, and

hence the kinetic energy of the emitted electrons will not increase.

58. (a) We know that an electrons is very light particle as compared to an alpha particle. Hence

electron can not scatter the - particle at large angles, according to law of conservation

of momentum.

On the other hand, mass of nucleus is comparable with the mass of -particle, hence only

the nucleus of atom is responsible for scattering of -particles.

Semiconductor + Impurity semiconductor

(neutral) (Neutral) (Neutral)

60. (a) Explosion is due to internal forces. As no external force is involved, the vertical downward

motion of centre of mass is not affected.

CHEMISTRY

61. (d)

i-factor for C6H12O6 is 1 (Minimum)

62. (c)

2nd excited state n 3

nh

Angular momentum

2

63. (b)

64. (a)

NaOH

C6 H5I

boil

No reaction

65. (c)

CH 3 C N

sp 3 sp

66. (a)

67. (a)

68. (a)

69. (a)

M x y NH 3 M NH 3 x e NH 3 y

Solved ammoniated electrons

70. (c)

71. (a)

Zn s has greatest oxidation potential.

72. (b)

q0 U W

nc v T W

1 20 T 300 3000

T 300 150

T 150K

73. (c)

74. (c)

75. (a) Smog is formed by the action of sunlight on unsaturated hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides.

Smog mainly contains higher concentration of peroxyacetyl nitrate (PAN) formed by the

reaction of NO2 ,O3 and unsaturated Hydrocarbons.

hv

NO 2 NO O

O O 2 O3

NO O3 Unsatd.HCs PAN

76. (b)

77. (c) The movement forwards anode shows that sol is negative. For coagulation of negative sol,

cation with higher charge is more effective.

78. (d)

Unit of Rate constant is s 1 , hence

Rate k N 2 O5

O 2 0.1M NaO5 1 2 0.1 0.8

Rate 3 104 0.8

1 d NO 2

3 104 0.8

4 dt

d NO 2

9.6 104

dt

79. (c)

NH3

CH3 CH 2 COOH CH 3CH 2 COONH 4 CH 3CH 2 CONH 2

KOH Br2

CH 3CH 2 NH 2

80. (c)

OH OH OH

COONa COOH

NaOH

H

CO 2

81. (b) Aldol condensation giving cinnamaldehyde.

82. (b)

aq.NaOH Al 2 O3

CH 3CH 2 CH 2 Br CH 3 CH 2 CH 2 OH CH 3CH CH 2

Cl 2 H 2 O

CH 3 CH CH 2

OH Cl

83. (b)

NH4 Cl salt of SA and WB (acidic)

KHSO4 amphoteric salt having acidic Hydrogen (acidic)

NaCN salt of WA and SB (Basic)

KNO3 salt of SA and SB (Neutral)

84. (a)

2HIg H 2 g I 2 g

t 0 a o o

At eqb . a 2

m a a

4 4

a a

1

K eq 4 24 0.25

a

2

4

85. (d)

86. (d)

87. (b) to remove Na 2S and NaCN formed during fusion.

88. (b)

89. (b)

SO 2 Cl2 2H 2 O H 2SO 4 2HCl

m.moles of SO 2 Cl2 25 0.2 5

m.moles of H 2 5 2 5 20

20

m.moles of Ba OH 2 required 10

2

10

Volume of Ba OH 2 required 50ml

0.2

90. (a)

67.2

Moles of O 2 3

22.4

Mass of O 2 3 32g 96g

15

Mass of O3 formed 96 14.4g

100

91. (c)

92. (c)

CH3 NH2 COCl2 CH3 NCO 2HCl

93. (d)

Oxidation state of S varies from -2 to +6.

94. (c)

V 100

2 0.5 V 0.56L

22.4 1000

Moles n factor

of O 2 of O 2

95. (b) Concentration of H2SO4 increases due to consumption of H2O during electrolysis.

96. (b)

2C s 3H 2 g C2 H 6 g H1 85

3C s 4H 2 g C2 H8g H1 104

C C x C H y

i 2 718 3 436 1 x 6 y 85

x 6y 2 718 3 436 85

ii 3 718 4 436 2 x 8 y 104

2x 8y 3 718 4 436 104

x 345, y 414

97. (d)

HNO3

CHCl3 Cl3 C.NO 2

98. (d)

99. (c)

100. (b)

101. (a)

102. (b) Color is due to charge transfer spectra.

103. (b)

H S

In k eq.

RT R

104. (a)

105. (c) The two glucose units of maltose are linked through -glycosidic linkage between C-1 of one

glucose unit and C-4 of other unit.

106. (b) Benzophenone doesnot have -hydrogen.

107. (c) Electgron affinity of Cl is more than F.

108. (c) SO2 is acting as oxidizing agent.

109. (a)

110. (b) Higher boiling point is due to H-bond.

111. (d) Tertiary alkyl halide is more reactive.

112. (a)

113. (c)

114. (c)

115. (c) Change in color is due to redox reaction between alcohol and K2Cr2O7

116. (a)

117. (c) It has 4n 2 electrons (pi) in cyclic conjugation.

118. (c)

119. (d) Increasing T results in increase in k w . Hence, H increases, so pH decreases.

120. (b) xz plane acts as Nodal plane for 3d xy .

BIOLOGY

121. (c) Xantomonas oryzae causes Bacterial blight of nice

122. (b)

123. (d)

124. (d) Gammae-Marchantia

125. (c)

126. (a)

127. (d)

128. (b)

129. (b)

130. (c) Methaemoglobinemia- blood disorder in which abnormal amount of mathemoglobine is produced

131. (b) In some plants like Oenthre, there are only two mitotic divisions giving of four nucleate embryo

sac (lacking the three antipodal cells and one polar nuclei).

17 13 30

132. (b) 100 12.5

109 101 17 13 210 30

133. (d)

134. (c)

135. (d)

136. (d)

137. (d)

138. (b)

(a) Usually occur in fat rich plant cells

(c) Through glyoxylate cycle are involved in conversion of Acetyl CoA into carbohydrates.

139. (b)

140. (d)

141. (3)

Cholera is an infectious disease caused by bacterium Vibrio cholera and can be treated by antibiotics

142. (2)

This enzymecatalyses the hydrolysis of chitin which is a polysaccharide having glycosidic bonds. It

also inhibits the enzyme which catalyses the digestion of amylose which is also a polysaccharide

which also has glycosidic bonds

143. (4)

144. (4)

145. (3)

We need to find q where q2 = 2 x 2pq

q2 = 4pq. Hence q2 = 4 (1-q)q since p + q =1

Thus q2 = 4q - 4q2. Hence 5q2 = 4q. Thus q = 4/5 = 0.8

This enzyme catalyses the hydrolysis of chitin which is a polysaccharide having glycosidic bonds. It

also inhibits the enzyme which catalyses the digestion of amylose which is also a polysaccharide

which also has glycosidic bonds

146. (2)

The recognition site of PvuII is on rop region

147. (2)

148. (4)

149. (3)

Every deoxyribose sugar has only one oxygen atom in the ring. N nucleotides = N deoxy ribose

sugars. Thus the number of oxygen atoms in deoxy ribose sugars is N.

But at the 3 ends there is free OH group. Thus there will be 2 additional O atoms.

Each Phosphate group will have 4 oxygen atoms. Thus N phosphate groups have 4N oxygen atoms.

Adenine has zero oxygen atoms, Guanine has one oxygen atom, Cytosine has one oxygen atom and

Thymine has two oxygen atoms. Let the number of Adenine, Guanine, Cytosine and Thymine in the

given sample of DNA be A, G, C and T respectively. Thus the number of oxygen atoms in nitrogen

bases is G + C + 2T which can be written as G + C + A + T (Since A = T in DNA- Chargaffs rule)

A + G + C + T = N total number of nucleotides in DNA.

Thus total oxygen atoms in DNA = N + 2 + 4N + N = 6 N + 2

150. (3)

151. (4)

152. (3)

Diaphragm is also present in crocodiles. Corpus callosum is absent in marsupials

153. (2)

154. (3)

Discoblastula is formed as a result of discoidal cleavage. eg. Bony fishes, reptile, birds &prototherian

mammals.

155. (1)

Chorionic Villous sampling is a procedure to obtain chorionic villous from placenta for the purpose

of diagnosis. It can be done transabdominally or transcervically with the help of ultrasonography. It

can be safely done during 10th 12th week of pregnancy

156. (3)

Basedows disease or Graves disease is a hyperthroidic disease. Hashimotos disease is an

autoimmune disorder which causes hypothroidism

157. (1)

Melatonin is an anti-FSH and anti-LH hormone secreted by pineal gland.

158. (2)

Both intracellular and extra cellular digestion is found in Cnidarians and Ctenophorans.In the list

given Cnidarians are Physalia, Meandrina, Pennatula, Adamsia, Gorgonia and Ctenophorans are

Pleurobrachia&Ctenoplana

159. (3)

160. (1)

A- aqueous chamber, B- cornea, C- ciliary body, D- iris, E- yellow spot, F- blind spot, G- optic

nerve, H- choroid layer, I- sclera, J- retina

161. (a)

162. (c) R : This type of karyotype has fewar metacentric chromosomes and is considered to be relatively

advanced feature.

163. (c)

164. (b)

165. (a)

166. (c)

167. (d)

168. (b)

169. (a)

170. (c)

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