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PART A PHYSICS A

ALL THE GRAPHS/DIAGRAMS GIVEN ARE /U U

SCHEMATIC AND NOT DRAWN TO SCALE. U S U U

1. A man grows into a giant such that his 1. c, U

linear dimensions increase by a factor U U 9

of 9. Assuming that his density remains U

same, the stress in the leg will change by a U ?

factor of :

(1) 9 (1) 9

1 1

(2) (2)

9 9

(3) 81 (3) 81

1 1

(4) (4)

81 81

Which one of the following graphs

correctly represent the velocity vs time ? ?

(1) (1)

(2) (2)

(3) (3)

(4) (4)

3. A body of mass m=102 kg is moving in 3. m=102 kg U

a medium and experiences a frictional U U F=kv2

force F=kv 2 . Its initial speed is U U U

v0=10 ms1. If, after 10 s, its energy is v0=10 ms1 10 s

1 1

8

mv02, the value of k will be :

8

mv02 k

particle of mass 1 kg. If the particle starts (time dependent) F=6t U

from rest, the work done by the force US 1 s

during the first 1 sec. will be : mU

(2) 22 J (2) 22 J

(3) 9J (3) 9J

(4) 18 J (4) 18 J

5. The moment of inertia of a uniform 5. R l

cylinder of length l and radius R about its m

perpendicular bisector is I. What is the I

ratio l/R such that the moment of inertia l/R ?

is minimum ?

3 3

(1) (1)

2 2

3 3

(2) (2)

2 2

(3) 1 (3) 1

3 3

(4) (4)

2 2

length l is pivoted at one end so that it can U U US

rotate in a vertical plane (see figure). There U ( )

is negligible friction at the pivot. The free U U U U U

end is held vertically above the pivot and U U UU U

then released. The angular acceleration U

of the rod when it makes an angle with U

the vertical is :

3g 3g

(1) sin (1) sin

2l 2l

2g 2g

(2) sin (2) sin

3l 3l

3g 3g

(3) cos (3) cos

2l 2l

2g 2g

(4) cos (4) cos

3l 3l

7. The variation of acceleration due to gravity 7. U d L U g

g with distance d from centre of the

earth is best represented by (R=Earths ? (R= )

radius) :

(1) (1)

(2) (2)

(3) (3)

(4) (4)

temperature T. It is dropped in a copper T 170 gm U 100 gm

calorimeter of mass 100 gm, filled with UUU, U U

170 gm of water at room temperature. , U

Subsequently, the temperature of the 758C T

system is found to be 758C. T is given by :

heat of copper=0.1 cal/gm8C) c =0.1 cal/gm8C)

(1) 8008C (1) 8008C

9. An external pressure P is applied on a cube 9. 08C U U U P

at 08C so that it is equally compressed from U UU U

all sides. K is the bulk modulus of the S

material of the cube and is its coefficient K U U

of linear expansion. Suppose we want to U U

bring the cube to its original size by ?

heating. The temperature should be raised

by :

P P

(1) 3 K (1) 3 K

P P

(2) K (2) K

3 3

(3) PK (3) PK

pressure and constant volume respectively. Cp Cv

It is observed that

1 1

(1) a= b (1) a= b

14 14

11. The temperature of an open room of 11. U 30 m3

volume 30 m3 increases from 178C to 278C U 178C U 278C

due to the sunshine. The atmospheric U U U

pressure in the room remains 1105 Pa. 1105 Pa U U U

If ni and nf are the number of molecules in ni

the room before and after heating, then nf nfni

nfni will be :

motion with a time period T. At time t=0, t=0 U S S

it is at its position of equilibrium. The

kinetic energy - time graph of the particle ?

will look like :

(1) (1)

(2) (2)

(3) (3)

(4) (4)

13. An observer is moving with half the speed 13. 10 GHz

of light towards a stationary microwave SU U (microwave)

source emitting waves at frequency d U U mU

10 GHz. What is the frequency of the U

microwave measured by the observer ? ( =3108 ms1)

(speed of light=3108 ms1)

14. An electric dipole has a fixed dipole 14. l m SU m p

moment p , which makes angle with x- l E1= E i

respect to x-axis. When subjected to an U U T1= k

electric field E1= E i , it experiences a U l E 2= 3 E1 j U U

torque T1= k . When subjected to T2 = T1 U

another electric field E 2= 3 E1 j it

experiences a torque T2 = T1 . The angle

is :

15. A capacitance of 2 F is required in an 15. l U 2 F U U

electrical circuit across a potential 1.0 kV U

difference of 1.0 kV. A large number of 1 F U U U

1 F capacitors are available which can 300 V U U ,

withstand a potential difference of not

more than 300 V.

required to achieve this is : U ?

(1) 2 (1) 2

(2) 16 (2) 16

(3) 24 (3) 24

(4) 32 (4) 32

current reaches steady state in the circuit, U C U U

the charge on the capacitor of capacitance

C will be :

(1) CE (1) CE

r1 r1

(2) CE (2) CE

( r2 +r ) ( r2 +r )

(3) r2 (3) r2

CE CE

(r+r2 ) (r+r2 )

r1 r1

(4) CE (4) CE

(r1+r) (r1+r)

17. 17.

resistance is :

(1) 1A (1) 1A

(4) 0A (4) 0A

6.710 2 Am 2 and moment of inertia 7.5106 kg m2 Z,

7.510 6 kg m 2 is performing simple 0.01 T U

harmonic oscillations in a magnetic field U U 10 U

of 0.01 T. Time taken for 10 complete

oscillations is :

19. When a current of 5 mA is passed through 19. 15 U U UU

a galvanometer having a coil of resistance 5 mA U

15 , it shows full scale deflection. The S 010 V U

value of the resistance to be put in series U

with the galvanometer to convert it into a UU ?

voltmeter of range 010 V is :

induced by changing the magnetic flux U U U

through it as shown in the figure. The U U U

magnitude of change in flux through the

coil is :

21. An electron beam is accelerated by a 21. X-U U U U

potential difference V to hit a metallic U V U U U U

target to produce X-rays. It produces

continuous as well as characteristic X-rays. (characteristic) U (continuous)

If min is the smallest possible wavelength X-U X-U SU

of X-ray in the spectrum, the variation of U min log min

log min with log V is correctly represented log V

in : ?

(1) (1)

(2) (2)

(3) (3)

(4) (4)

22. A diverging lens with magnitude of focal 22. 25 cm U U U

length 25 cm is placed at a distance of 20 cm U

15 cm from a converging lens of magnitude U 15 cm U U U

of focal length 20 cm. A beam of parallel U U U

light falls on the diverging lens. The final U

image formed is :

convergent lens. U

from convergent lens. U

the divergent lens. U

the convergent lens. U

are separated by 0.5 mm, and the screen 0.5 mm U U 150 cm

is placed 150 cm away. A beam of light , 650 nm U 520 nm

consisting of two wavelengths, 650 nm U , U U

and 520 nm, is used to obtain interference U cU cU

fringes on the screen. The least distance , UZ #

from the common central maximum to the , U

point where the bright fringes due to both

the wavelengths coincide is :

24. A particle A of mass m and initial velocity 24. m U v -A

m m

v collides with a particle B of mass UU SU -B

2 2

which is at rest. The collision is head on, UU S UU

and elastic. The ratio of the de-Broglie U- UZ A B

wavelengths A to B after the collision is :

A 1 A 1

(1) = (1) =

B 3 B 3

A A

(2) =2 (2) =2

B B

A 2 A 2

(3) = (3) =

B 3 B 3

A 1 A 1

(4) = (4) =

B 2 B 2

shown in the figure. The ratio of the UZ r=1/2

wavelengths r=1/2, is given by :

4 4

(1) r= (1) r=

3 3

2 2

(2) r= (2) r=

3 3

3 3

(3) r= (3) r=

4 4

1 1

(4) r= (4) r=

3 3

26. A radioactive nucleus A with a half life T, 26. UUU -A h- T

decays into a nucleus B. At t=0, there is , -B t=0

no nucleus B. At sometime t, the ratio of U -B t U

the number of B to that of A is 0.3. Then, B A 0.3 t

t is given by :

T log 2 T log 2

(1) t= (1) t=

2 log 1.3 2 log 1.3

(2) t=T (2) t=T

log 2 log 2

T T

(4) t= (4) t=

log (1.3) log (1.3)

using an n-p-n transistor, the phase U

difference between the input and the U

output voltages will be :

(1) 458 (1) 458

(2) 908 (2) 908

(3) 1358 (3) 1358

(4) 1808 (4) 1808

carrier frequency used is denoted by c m

and the signal frequency is denoted by m. U (m) U

The bandwidth (m) of the signal is such m<<c. U

that m<<c. Which of the following U ?

frequencies is not contained in the

modulated wave ?

(1) m (1) m

(2) c (2) c

(3) m + c (3) m+ c

(4) c m (4) c m

29. Which of the following statements is 29. ?

false ?

sensitive when all the four U U U

resistances are of the same order of

magnitude.

the cell and the galvanometer are UU U

exchanged, the null point is

disturbed.

divider. U U

(4) Kirchhoffs second law represents (4) U m U

energy conservation.

determining surface tension T of water by T

capillary method :

rhg rhg

relation T= 103 N/m , the T= 103 N/m , U

2 2

possible error in surface tension is closest cU U U

to :

(1) 0.15%

(1) 0.15%

(2) 1.5%

(2) 1.5%

(3) 2.4%

(3) 2.4%

(4) 10%

(4) 10%

PART B CHEMISTRY B U

31. Given 31. ,

C(graphite)+O2(g) CO2(g) ; C(graphite)+O2(g) CO2(g) ;

rH8=393.5 kJ mol1 rH8=393.5 kJ mol1

rH8=285.8 kJ mol1 rH8=285.8 kJ mol1

CO2(g)+2H2O(l) CH4(g)+2O2(g) ; CO2(g)+2H2O(l) CH4(g)+2O2(g) ;

rH8=+890.3 kJ mol1 rH8=+890.3 kJ mol1

Based on the above thermochemical U cU U U

equations, the value of rH8 at 298 K for U 298 K U

the reaction C(graphite)+2H2(g) CH4(g)

C(graphite)+2H2(g) CH4(g) will be : rH8

(1) 74.8 kJ mol1 (1) 74.8 kJ mol1

(2) 144.0 kJ mol1 (2) 144.0 kJ mol1

(3) +74.8 kJ mol1 (3) +74.8 kJ mol1

(4) +144.0 kJ mol1 (4) +144.0 kJ mol1

treatment with excess HCl produces U

0.01186 mole of CO2. The molar mass of 0.01186 CO2 M2CO3

M2CO3 in g mol1 is : U g mol1

(1) 118.6 (1) 118.6

(2) 11.86 (2) 11.86

(3) 1186 (3) 1186

(4) 84.3 (4) 84.3

(1) Adiabatic work (1) Lhc

(2) Isothermal work (2)

(3) Isochoric work (3) -

(4) Isobaric work (4)

A/Page 17 SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK / U

34. The Tyndall effect is observed only when 34. UU

following conditions are satisfied : cU

(a) The diameter of the dispersed (a) U ,

particles is much smaller than the U UU

wavelength of the light used.

particle is not much smaller than the U UU

wavelength of the light used.

dispersed phase and dispersion U

medium are almost similar in

magnitude.

dispersed phase and dispersion U

medium differ greatly in magnitude.

(2) (b) and (c) (2) (b) (c)

structure. If the edge length of its unit cell U a

is a, the closest approach between two , SU U

atoms in metallic crystal will be : U U

(1) 2a (1) 2a

a a

(2) (2)

2 2

(3) 2a (3) 2a

(4) 2 2a (4) 2 2a

36. Given 36. ,

ECl =1.36 V, E 3+ =0.74 V ECl /Cl=1.36 V, ECr 3+ =0.74 V

2 /Cl Cr /Cr 2 /Cr

/Mn 2+

=1.51 V .

ECr O2/Cr 3+

=1.33 V, EMnO

/Mn 2+

=1.51 V .

2 7 4 2 7 4

reducing agent is :

(1) Cr3+ (1) Cr3+

(2) Cl (2) Cl

(3) Cr (3) Cr

(4) Mn2+ (4) Mn2+

by 0.458C when 0.2 g of acetic acid is 0.458C

added to 20 g of benzene. If acetic acid U U

associates to form a dimer in benzene, U UU (m) U U

percentage association of acetic acid in

benzene will be :

(Kf for benzene=5.12 K kg mol1) ( Kf =5.12 K kg mol1)

(1) 74.6% (1) 74.6%

(2) 94.6% (2) 94.6%

(3) 64.6% (3) 64.6%

(4) 80.4% (4) 80.4%

hydrogen atom is :

(Plancks Const. h=6.62621034 Js; ( SU h=6.62621034 Js;

mass of electron=9.10911031 kg; U =9.10911031 kg;

charge of electron e=1.602101019 C; U U e=1.602101019 C;

permittivity of vacuum Ul

e0=8.8541851012 kg 1m3A2) e0=8.8541851012 kg 1m3A2)

(1) 0.529 (1) 0.529

(2) 2.12 (2) 2.12

(3) 1.65 (3) 1.65

(4) 4.76 (4) 4.76

39. Two reactions R1 and R2 have identical 39. , R1 R2 U

pre-exponential factors. Activation energy R1 R2

of R1 exceeds that of R2 by 10 kJ mol1. If 10 kJ mol1

k1 and k2 are rate constants for reactions R1 R2 300 K U U

R 1 and R 2 respectively at 300 K, then k1 k2 ln(k2/k1)

ln(k2/k1) is equal to : UU ?

(R=8.314 J mol1K1) (R=8.314 J mol1K1)

(1) 6 (1) 6

(2) 4 (2) 4

(3) 8 (3) 8

(4) 12 (4) 12

40. pKa of a weak acid (HA) and pKb of a weak 40. (HA) pKa

base (BOH) are 3.2 and 3.4, respectively. U (BOH) pKb 3.2 3.4

The pH of their salt (AB) solution is : (AB) pH

(1) 7.0 (1) 7.0

several similar properties due to the U U ,

diagonal relationship; however, the one ,

which is incorrect, is :

(2) nitrates of both Li and Mg yield NO2 (2) , UU

and O2 on heating U U U NO2 O2

(3) both form basic carbonates (3) U U

(4) both form soluble bicarbonates (4) U

A/Page 20 SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK / U

42. Which of the following species is not 42. S$ ?

paramagnetic ?

(1) O2 (1) O2

(2) B2 (2) B2

(3) NO (3) NO

(4) CO (4) CO

example of a redox reaction ? (UU) U ?

(1) XeF6 + H2O XeOF4 + 2HF (1) XeF6 + H2O XeOF4 + 2HF

(2) XeF6 + 2H2O XeO2F2 + 4HF (2) XeF6 + 2H2O XeO2F2 + 4HF

(3) XeF4 + O2F2 XeF6 + O2 (3) XeF4 + O2F2 XeF6 + O2

(4) XeF2 + PF5 [XeF]+ PF6 (4) XeF2 + PF5 [XeF]+ PF6

concentration of following anions

F=10 ; SO 24=100 ; NO

3 =50 F=10 ; SO 24=100 ; NO

3 =50

water sample unsuitable for drinking is/ / , /

are :

(1) only F (1) F

(2) only SO 24 (2) SO 24

(3) only NO

3 (3) NO

3

3 (4) SO 24 NO

3

(1) O2, F, Na, Mg2+ (1) O2, F, Na, Mg2+

(2) O, F, Na+, Mg2+ (2) O, F, Na+, Mg2+

(3) O2, F, Na+, Mg2+ (3) O2, F, Na+, Mg2+

(4) O, F, Na, Mg+ (4) O, F, Na, Mg+

46. The products obtained when chlorine gas 46. U UU NaOH

reacts with cold and dilute aqueous NaOH U

are :

ClO

(4) ClO

2 ClO

3

respectively acting as a/an :

(2) acid and base (2) U

(3) base and acid (3) U

(4) base and base (4) U U

effervescence with conc. H2SO4. X reacts H2SO4 U X

with the acidified aqueous CaCl2 solution CaCl2 U U

to give a white precipitate which KMnO4

decolourises acidic solution of KMnO4. U X

X is :

49. The most abundant elements by mass in 49. SS c UU cU

the body of a healthy human adult are : (61.4%);

Oxygen (61.4%); Carbon (22.9%), (22.9%), U (10.0%);

Hydrogen (10.0%); and Nitrogen (2.6%). U (2.6%) 75 kg

The weight which a 75 kg person would UU 1H U 2H U

gain if all 1H atoms are replaced by 2H U h ,

atoms is :

(2) 10 kg (2) 10 kg

(3) 15 kg (3) 15 kg

of CoCl 3 .6H 2 O with excess AgNO 3 ; AgNO 3 U U

1.210 22 ions are precipitated. The 1.21022

complex is :

51. Which of the following compounds will 51. U

form significant amount of meta product U U?

during mono-nitration reaction ?

(1) (1)

(2) (2)

(3) (3)

(4) (4)

with tert-BuONa followed by addition of U U, U

bromine water, fails to decolourize the U U ?

colour of bromine ?

(1) (1)

(2) (2)

(3) (3)

(4) (4)

53. The formation of which of the following 53. U

polymers involves hydrolysis reaction ? ?

(1) Nylon 6, 6 (1) 6, 6

(2) Terylene (2) UU

(3) Nylon 6 (3) 6

(4) Bakelite (4) U

resonance stabilized ? SU ?

(1) (1)

(2) (2)

(3) (3)

(4) (4)

the following halides for the SN1 reaction

is :

CH3CH2CH2Cl CH3CH2CH2Cl

pH3COC6H4CH2Cl pH3COC6H4CH2Cl

(III) (III)

(1) (I) < (III) < (II) (1) (I) < (III) < (II)

(2) (II) < (III) < (I) (2) (II) < (III) < (I)

(3) (III) < (II) < (I) (3) (III) < (II) < (I)

(4) (II) < (I) < (III) (4) (II) < (I) < (III)

56. The major product obtained in the 56.

following reaction is :

behave as a reducing sugar in an aqueous U M U

KOH solution ? U?

(1) (1)

(2) (2)

(3) (3)

(4) (4)

58. 3-Methyl-pent-2-ene on reaction with HBr 58. UU S , 3--U-2-,

in presence of peroxide forms an addition HBr U U

product. The number of possible

stereoisomers for the product is :

following conversion will be :

H+/CH3OH H+/CH3OH

H+/CH3 OH H+/CH3 OH

(3) [Ag(NH3 )2 ]+OH, H+/CH 3OH, (3) [Ag(NH3 )2 ]+OH, H+/CH 3OH,

CH3 MgBr CH3 MgBr

(4) CH3 MgBr, H+/CH 3OH, (4) CH3 MgBr, H+/CH 3OH,

[Ag(NH3 )2 ]+OH [Ag(NH3 )2 ]+OH

60. The major product obtained in the 60.

following reaction is :

(1) (1)

(2) (2)

(3) (3)

(4) (4)

PART C MATHEMATICS C

1 1 1 1

61.

2 2

61.

2 2

x x

as f ( x ) =

2

, is : f (x) = mU U

1+x 1 + x2

(1) injective but not surjective. (1) U U

(2) surjective but not injective. (2) U U

(3) neither injective nor surjective. (3) U U

(4) invertible. (4)

equation,

x(x+1)+(x+1)(x+2)+.... x(x+1)+(x+1)(x+2)+....

+ ( x + n 1) (x+n)=10n + ( x + n 1) (x+n)=10n

has two consecutive integral solutions, Z , n UU

then n is equal to :

(1) 9 (1) 9

(2) 10 (2) 10

(3) 11 (3) 11

(4) 12 (4) 12

2+1=z where z = 3 . If z = 3

1 1 1 1 1 1

1 21 2 = 3k, 1 21 2 = 3k

2 7 2 7

1 1

then k is equal to : k UU

(1) z (1) z

(2) 1 (2) 1

(3) 1 (3) 1

(4) z (4) z

2 3 2 3

64. If A = , then adj (3A +12A) is

2 64. A= , adj (3A2+12A)

4 1 4 1

equal to : UU

51 63 51 63

(1) 84 72 (1) 84 72

51 84 51 84

(2) 63 72 (2) 63 72

72 63 72 63

(3) 84 (3)

51 84

51

72 84 72 84

(4) 63 (4)

51 63

51

which the following system of linear U U

equations

x+y+z=1 x+y+z=1

x+ay+z=1 x+ay+z=1

ax+by+z=0 ax+by+z=0

elements

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66. A man X has 7 friends, 4 of them are ladies 66. X 7 , 4

and 3 are men. His wife Y also has 7 3 L , Y 7 ,

friends, 3 of them are ladies and 4 are men. 3 4 L X

Assume X and Y have no common friends. Y cU (common)

Then the total number of ways in which U X Y

X and Y together can throw a party 3 3 L U U

inviting 3 ladies and 3 men, so that 3 friends X Y - ,

of each of X and Y are in this party, is :

(1) 468 (1) 468

(2) 469 (2) 469

(3) 484 (3) 484

(4) 485 (4) 485

( 21 C1 10C1 ) + ( 21 C2 10C2 ) + ( 21 C3 10C3 ) + ( 21 C 4 10C 4 ) + ..... +

( 21 C3 10C3 ) + ( 21 C 4 10C 4 ) + ..... + ( 21 C10 10C10 )

( 21 C10 10C10 ) is :

(1) 221210 (1) 221210

(2) 220 2 9 (2) 220 2 9

(3) 220210 (3) 220210

(4) 221211 (4) 221211

a, b and c,

9(25a2+b2)+25(c 23ac)=15b(3a+c). 9(25a2+b2)+25(c23ac)=15b(3a+c)

Then : ,

(1) b, c and a are in A.P. (1) b, c a U

(2) a, b and c are in A.P. (2) a, b c U

(3) a, b and c are in G.P. (3) a, b c U

(4) b, c and a are in G.P. (4) b, c a U

69. Let a, b, c e R. If f (x)=ax2+bx+c is such 69. a, b, c e R f (x)=ax2+bx+c

that a+b+c=3 and a+b+c=3 x, y e R

f (x+y)=f (x)+f (y)+xy, x, y e R, f (x+y)=f (x)+f (y)+xy

10 10

then f (n) is equal to : , f (n) UU

n=1 n=1

(1) 165 (1) 165

(2) 190 (2) 190

(3) 255 (3) 255

(4) 330 (4) 330

x

2 ( 2x ) 3 x

2 ( 2x ) 3

1 1

(1) (1)

16 16

1 1

(2) (2)

8 8

1 1

(3) (3)

4 4

1 1

(4) (4)

24 24

6x x

x 0,

1

If for x 0, , the derivative of tan1

1 71.

71.

4 4 1 9x 3

6x x

tan1 is x g(x ) , then g(x) x g(x ) , g(x) UU

1 9x 3

equals :

3x x 3x x

(1) 3 (1)

1 9x 1 9x 3

3x 3x

(2) 3 (2)

1 9x 1 9x 3

3 3

(3) 3 (3)

1 + 9x 1 + 9x 3

9 9

(4) 3

(4)

1 + 9x 1 + 9x 3

72. The normal to the curve 72. y(x2)(x3)=x+6 U,

y(x2)(x3)=x+6 at the point where y- U ,

the curve intersects the y-axis passes U ?

through the point :

1 1 1 1

(1) , (1) ,

2 2 2 2

1 1 1 1

(2) , (2) ,

2 3 2 3

1 1 1 1

(3) , (3) ,

2 3 2 3

1 1 1 1

(4) , (4) ,

2 2 2 2

fencing off a flower-bed in the form of a M , U U UU U

circular sector. Then the maximum area U

(in sq. m) of the flower-bed, is : ( . ),

(1) 10 (1) 10

(2) 25 (2) 25

(3) 30 (3) 30

(4) 12.5 (4) 12.5

I4 +I 6=a tan 5 x+bx 5+C, where C is a I 4 +I 6 =a tan 5 x+bx 5 +C , C

constant of integration, then the ordered U , (a, b) UU

pair (a, b) is equal to :

1 1

(1) , 0 (1) , 0

5 5

1 1

(2) , 1 (2) , 1

5 5

1 1

(3) , 0 (3) , 0

5 5

1 1

(4) , 1 (4) , 1

5 5

3 3

4 4

dx dx

75. The integral

1 + cos x

is equal to : 75.

1 + cos x

UU

4 4

(1) 2 (1) 2

(2) 4 (2) 4

(3) 1 (3) 1

(4) 2 (4) 2

76. The area (in sq. units) of the region 76. {(x, y) : x/0, x+y3, x 2 4y

{(x, y) : x/0, x+y3, x 2 4y and y1+ x } ( )

y1+ x } is :

3 3

(1) (1)

2 2

7 7

(2) (2)

3 3

5 5

(3) (3)

2 2

59 59

(4) (4)

12 12

dy dy

77. If (2 + sin x ) + (y + 1)cos x = 0 and 77. (2 + sin x ) + (y + 1)cos x = 0

dx dx

y

y(0)=1, then y is equal to : y(0)=1 , UU

2 2

2 2

(1) (1)

3 3

1 1

(2) (2)

3 3

4 4

(3) (3)

3 3

1 1

(4) (4)

3 3

78. Let k be an integer such that the triangle 78. k Z ,

with vertices (k, 3k), (5, k) and (k, 2) (k, 3k), (5, k) (k, 2) ,

has area 28 sq. units. Then the orthocentre 28 , -

of this triangle is at the point : U ,

3 3

(1) 1, (1) 1,

4 4

3 3

(2) 1, (2) 1,

4 4

1 1

(3) 2, (3) 2,

2 2

1 1

(4) 2, (4) 2,

2 2

area, which touches the curve y=4x2 U y=?x? S U ,

and the lines, y=?x? is :

(1) 2 ( 2 1) (1) 2 ( 2 1)

(2) 4 ( 2 1) (2) 4 ( 2 1)

(3) 4 ( 2 + 1) (3) 4 ( 2 + 1)

(4) 2 ( 2 + 1) (4) 2 ( 2 + 1)

1 1

is at the origin is . If one of its directrices x=4 ,

2 2

3

U

is x=4, then the equation of the normal 1,

2

to it at 1, is :

3

2

U

(1) 4x2y=1 (1) 4x2y=1

(2) 4x+2y=7 (2) 4x+2y=7

(3) x+2y=4 (3) x+2y=4

(4) 2yx=2 (4) 2yx=2

81. A hyperbola passes through the point 81. U P ( 2 , 3 ) U

P( 2, 3 ) and has foci at (2, 0). Then , (2, 0) U , U

the tangent to this hyperbola at P also P U S U U

passes through the point : ,

(1) (2 2 , 3 3 ) (1) (2 2 , 3 3 )

(2) ( 3, 2 ) (2) ( 3, 2 )

(3) ( 2, 3) (3) ( 2, 3)

(4) (3 2, 2 3) (4) (3 2, 2 3)

the plane passing through the point U

(1, 1, 1), having normal perpendicular x 1 y +2 z 4

= =

x 1 y +2 z 4 1 2 3

to both the lines = =

1 2 3 x 2 y +1 z +7

= = U ,

x 2 y +1 z +7 2 1 1

and = = , is :

2 1 1 (1, 3, 7) U

10 10

(1) (1)

83 83

5 5

(2) (2)

83 83

10 10

(3) (3)

74 74

20 20

(4) (4)

74 74

P(1, 2, 3)

plane, 2x+3y4z+22=0 measured 2x+3y4z+22=0 U

x y z x y z

parallel to the line, = = is Q, then = = U , Q , PQ UU

1 4 5 1 4 5

PQ is equal to :

(1) 2 42 (1) 2 42

(2) 42 (2) 42

(3) 6 5 (3) 6 5

(4) 3 5 (4) 3 5

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84. Let a = 2 i + j 2 k and b = i + j . 84. a =2 i + j 2 k b=i + j

Let c be a vector such that c a = 3 , c c a =3 ,

c U

ab

c and a b be 308. Then a c is 308 , a c UU

equal to :

(1) 2 (1) 2

(2) 5 (2) 5

1 1

(3) (3)

8 8

25 25

(4) (4)

8 8

balls. If 10 balls are randomly drawn, - U U , S ,

one-by-one, with replacement, then the 10 , U

variance of the number of green balls U

drawn is :

(1) 6 (1) 6

(2) 4 (2) 4

6 6

(3) (3)

25 25

12 12

(4) (4)

5 5

86. For three events A, B and C, 86. U A, B C

P(Exactly one of A or B occurs) P(A B U )

=P(Exactly one of B or C occurs) =P(B C U )

1 1

=P(Exactly one of C or A occurs)= and =P(C A U )=

4 4

P(All the three events occur P( U U

1 1

simultaneously)= . )= ,

16 16

Then the probability that at least one of U U ,

the events occurs, is :

7 7

(1) (1)

16 16

7 7

(2) (2)

64 64

3 3

(3) (3)

16 16

7 7

(4) (4)

32 32

87. If two different numbers are taken from 87. {0, 1, 2, 3, ......, 10}

the set {0, 1, 2, 3, ......, 10}; then the Z,

probability that their sum as well as U U , U

absolute difference are both multiple of 4,

is :

12 12

(1) (1)

55 55

14 14

(2) (2)

45 45

7 7

(3) (3)

55 55

6 6

(4) (4)

55 55

88. If 5(tan2 xcos2 x)=2cos 2x+9, then the 88. 5(tan 2 xcos 2 x)=2cos 2x+9,

value of cos 4x is : cos 4x

1 1

(1) (1)

3 3

2 2

(2) (2)

9 9

7 7

(3) (3)

9 9

3 3

(4) (4)

5 5

89. Let a vertical tower AB have its end A on 89. U U AB

the level ground. Let C be the mid-point U A U AB C

of AB and P be a point on the ground such U S P AP=2AB

that AP=2AB. If BPC=, then tan is BPC= , tan UU

equal to :

1 1

(1) (1)

4 4

2 2

(2) (2)

9 9

4 4

(3) (3)

9 9

6 6

(4) (4)

7 7

90. The following statement 90.

(pq)[(~pq)q] is : (pq)[(~pq)q]

(1) equivalent to ~pq (1) ~pq

(2) equivalent to p~q (2) p~q

(3) a fallacy (3) (fallacy)

(4) a tautology (4) L (tautology)

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