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# MAJOR TEST-1 (MT-1)

DATE : 17-12-2017 COURSE : VIJETA (02JP)

## HINTS & SOLUTIONS

PAPER-1 4. If locus of z is ................................
y
PART : I MATHEMATICS z1

2 h
2i s(3+2i)

## Sol. R.H.D. = f '(2 )  lim

 (5  1 t )dt  11
0
Sol. let z=x+iy z2
x

Re z = x
h0 h
1 2 h
distance of z from fixed point (3 + 2i) = distance of z from fixed
 (6  t)dt   (4  t)dt  11
 lim 0 1 line (y – axis)
h0 h
0 2 h  locus of z is parabola with focus 3 + 2i, and directrix y-axis.
 (6  t)2   (t  4)2 
 2   2   11 z1  (3  2i)
   z1, (3  2i), z 2 are collinear and
 lim  1  1 arg
z  (3  2i)
h 0 h
h(12  h) hence z1 z2 are extrimites of focal chord.
 lim 6
h0 2h
Circle with z1 z2 as diameter touch the directrix hence at
L.H.D. = 5  Continuous but non differentiable at x = 2
corresponding point of contact z1 z2 subtend 90° and at other
points of directrix (out side point to the circle), z1 z2 subtend less

## Sol. Let for required point

5. Let point P moves................................
x 1 y 1 Sol. Clearly point P can move in shaded OCD
 z
2 3 y A : (4,4 3 )

 1  2, 1  3,  
Now distance between this point with (1, –1,0) is 4 14

  2    3    2  16.14
2 2

D
14  16.14
2 \\\\\ \\ x
O C; (2,0) B; (4,0)
  4. 0
30
 (9, –13,4) and (–7,11, –4) Ans.
Hence A  1 .2.  2. 1  
2 2 3
  
3. For any complex................................
2  3 3 3

 2 
Sol. w  ei   3.46
 9    1.15  A is wrong
3
Let S  w  2w 2  3w 3  ....  9w 9 Clearly B, C, D all are less than 1.15.
ws  w  ...........  9w
2 10

1  w  s  w  w 2  .....  w 9  9w 10 /2
6. Given I 
 cos(sin x)dx,...................
= 0 – 9w10
0

9w10 9

Sol. as x > sinx in (0, ), cos x < cos(sinx) so K > 
s s
1 w 2 sin 200   2
sin (cosx) < cos x, so J < K Hint:

 s
1 2
 sin 200
9
 
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 /2 12. A fair coin is ................................
7. Let In =
 sin  x  dx ................................
n
1
0 Sol. p = q =
 /2  /2 2
 sin  x  dx   sin  x  .sin  x  dx
Sol. I  n n 1 Probability of getting tail odd number of times
n
0 0 = n C1pqn 1  n C3p3 qn  3  n C5p5 qn  5  ...
n n
 1  1
 (  cos  x  .sin n 1
x) /2
/2
 (n  1)  sin n2
 x  .cos  x  dx
2
=  n
C1 n C3 n C5  ...    2n 1 x   
2 2
1
2

0
0
1
Probability of getting at least one tail = 1  qn  1   0.99
2n
 0   n  1In  2  In  Solving we get n  7
n 1
 In  In 2 
 4n 
n 13.  tan
n 1
1
 n4  5  ................................
Hence
/2 /2 Sol

I0   1dx  ,I1   sin  x  dx  1 
 4n   
4n

2  tan 1
 n4  5    tan 
1

 
0 0
 1  n  2  4n 
2
2
2
 3   
n 1 n 1
1 3
I2  I0  , I4  I2  .  
2 4 4 4 4 4n
  tan1  
2 2 n 1  1  n  2n  2 n  2n  2 
2 2
  
I3  .I1  . Ans. 
3 3
  tan n
n 1
1 2

 2n  2  tan1 n2  2n  2   
8. Ten passengers ................................
3
 2 tan1     tan1 1  tan1 2 
Sol. Total number of ways = 20 × 20 × ........ × 20...(10 times)
 tan1 2
= 2010. 4
Fav. no. of ways = 20
C10 .10! 
20!
.10! 
20!  1
10!10! 10!   tan1
4 2
Hence required probability
 20!  14. Let f : [a, b]  R ...........................
 
=  10!   20! 19! Sol.  fi(c) = fii(c) = fiii(c) = fiv(c) = fv(c) = 0
10 
10!.  20  10!  20  Now if n is the least positive integer such that fn(c)  0 then it is
10 9
20
not clear whether n is even or odd, SO nothing can be said
1.3.5...19.210.(1.2.3.....10) whether f(x) has local extreme at x = c or n = t

10!.  2.10 
10
15. Which of the ...........................
1.3.5...19 Sol. A skew symmetric matrix has diagonal elements as 0. Elements
 a12, a13 and a23 can be any one of
1010 –1, 0, 1 and those at a21, a31 and a32 will be negative of these. So
required number of matrices = 33
9. Solution to the ................................
Sol. When 
x  0,  / 2 , we have  16. Let f(x)  x sin x ...........................
Sol. Required area will be equal to the area bounded by given curve
3x  x    x   / 2 no solution
 
When 
x   / 2, 3 / 2 , we have  and y = x in 0, 2  .
 
/2
2
3x  (   x)    x  0    x  x sin x  dx = 8
1

 
0
When x  3 / 2, 2 , we have
17. If lim ...........................
n
 Sol.
3x  ( 2  x)    x   2n
 2n
1 2n 2n
2   r  r 
 r 
1
r 1 r 1 r
lim  lim r 1 r 1
n  n n 2n(n  1)
4 r
10. Let f(x)  lim ....................... ......... r 1
n

1 2n r 1 2n 1
Sol. At x = 1 , LHL = n 3 , RHL = – n3 
n r 1 n

n r 1 r
At x = –1 , LHL = n 3 , RHL = n3  lim
n
n  1
2(1  )
n
11. Let g(x) be a ................................
Sol. lim f ( x ) – f () = lim ( x –  ) g(x)  f () = g()
x  x 

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2 2
1 3 1 (n – 1)2 = 9
 xdx  x
dx 2. 2
2 .2.2 2
8 n=4
=  0 0
 3 
2 2 3
18. The domain of ........................... 26. A tightly-wound .........................

Sol. Em = B A   A    x   A x    A    x 
2
3x  7x  8
2 2 2B
Sol. 1   2  1 < x < 6
20
1 2  2
20
2 
x2  1
B2   2N2
  A1  A 2  3  2x    0 [A1  A 2  3  2x ]
19. Let (h, k) be ........................... 20 2 2
Sol. (h, k) lies on the director circle x 2  y 2  7  3  4 so The outer coil is intersected by all the internal coil's magnetic
flux BA2. After time dt this flux is enclosed by fewer runs of the
possible points may be (0, ± 2), (±2, 0)
outer coil – by the Ndt/ turns that are on the length dt. Thus
20. The solution of ........................... the flux en-closed by the outer coil changes with a rate1 = 1 =
Sol. N = 0 A 2 N2  . The inner coil is also intersected by the
1 BA2
dy y  2
  xy 3
dx (x  1) flux BA2, thus 2 = 1 ; those electromotive forces are in the same
direction.
2
2 dy 2 y 3 2x 28. In the given .........................
   Sol. 10V I
1
dx 3 (x  1)
1
3 A4
3y 3 5A
A3 A5
dz 2 z 2x I1+ 2 I1+ 5
   2A
dx 3 (x  1) 3 8V
5V
Which upon solving, we get A1
2 I1
 1 2
z.(x  1)2 / 3  A(x  1) 3
 (x  1)2  (x  1), A2
4 5 10V
Using KVL
– I1 + 10 – 10 – 2I1 = 0
PART : II PHYSICS
I1 = 0
21. Two series .........................  Ans. (B), (C), (D).
1 1
Sol.   29. Two capacitors .........................
L1C1 L 2 C2 Sol. I = V/R at t = 0. They are same.

## Leq. = L1 + L2 i = I0 e–t/ for both circuits 0 is same but  is different.

C1C2 So, i will be different at the same 't'.
Ceq. = ( ) The time constant is less for 1µF
C1  C2  It will discharge sooner.

## 22. A non-relativistic ......................... 30. The radii of .........................

2 40 abK
mv Sol. C =
Sol. Centripetal force = kr = ba
r
 (b  a)
b
dr
Angular momentum mvr = n
solve above equations for v and r
a 4r 2 = 4 ab
R= 

 = RC = K0

## 23. Two half convex ......................... q = q0e–t/

1 1 1 uv 1 
t
Sol. From     q= q0 e K0
v u f u v f
t = , q=0
Let distance between object and image be d = 100 cm. Amount of heat generated
 u – v = 100
 1 1 q
2

uv H   0
 = 100 cm  uv = 100 f  a b  80K
f
we can verify all relations are correct. 31. A small current .........................
0 id   r
25. The range of ......................... Sol. B = for B1 r = (  ˆi  ˆj)
4 r 3
Sol. For volt metre
 i ˆ
R + G = nG  B1 = 0 k  (  ˆi  ˆj) ....................(1)
 27 = (n – 1)G
4 2 2
For ameter for B 2 r = ˆi  ˆj
G = (n – 1)S
 G = 3(n – 1)

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0 ikˆ  (iˆ  ˆj) Kmin =
255
= 63.75 eV
B2 = .........................(2)
4 2 2 4
from (1) & (2)
B1 = – B2 & | B1 | = | B2 |
32. A charged ......................... 34. In a decay .........................
Sol. R2 – (R – 5)2 = (5 3 )
2 N0
Sol.  N0 e t1 ..........(i)
y
B
5
2n5
(5 3, 5)  t1 = = 2 log25
n2
R 9N
) x N0  0  N0 e t2 ..........(ii)
R
10
2n10
 t2 = = 2 log210 = log2100
n2
(i) / (ii) gives,
R2 – R2 (R – 5)2 = (5 3 )2
2  e (t2  t1 )
R2 – R2 – 25 + 10 R = 75 n2 = (t2 – t1)
R = 10 m
From graphs t1/2 = 2 sec.
1
sin  =, a = 30° ,  = 90 –  = 60° n2 n2
2 So,  = =
t1/ 2 2
mv RqB 10  106  10
=R  v= = = 2 m/s t2 – t1 = 2.
qB m 5  105
35. Graph shows .........................
33. A neutron beam ......................... Sol. It is apparant from the graph that emf attains its maximum value
Sol. The H-type atom is in the third excited state i.e. n = 4. before the current does, therefore current lags behind emf in the
6200 circuit. Nature of the circuit is inductive.
Energy corresponding to wave length nm Value of power factor cos  increases by either decreasing L of
51 increasing C.
12400  51
= = 10.2 eV 36. A parallel .........................
62000
This is the E2 – E1 for H and E4 – E2 for He+. 60°
O x P
we get z = 2 for 4  2 radiation Sol. 3 × sin r1 = 1
Hence the atom is Helium ion. r
A
Ans. He+ ,
(b) Let u be the speed of neutron before collision

1
sin r1 =
At end of the deformation phase (when the kinetic energy of 3
(neutron + He+) system is least) sinr1 sin(90  30) 2R
DPA = x= = 6cm
x R 3
37. Light of wavelength .........................
Where ucm is velocity of centre of mass. From conservation
 6  105 cm
Sol.  =   1 104 rad
of momentum 2 2  1.5   0.2cm 
mu u
ucm = = 38. The K line .........................
m  4m 5
1
 A  Z1  1  A 19  1
2 2
The loss of kinetic energy Sol.

2 2
1 2 1 u 1 u 4 1 2 1
 A  Z  1
2
= mu – m   –
2 5
4m  5  = 5  2 mu 
2 2     /4
It K is the kinetic energy of electron then the maximum Z = 37
loss in K.E. of system is

## 4 51 5 39. The electric .........................

K = 51 eV or K= = 63.75 eV
5 4

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 E.ds
O
Sol. q = 0 sp
2
Two p-d bond
S
r O O
= 0 4r 2 = 4r3= 6.
0 O
3
sp Two p-d bonds
HO Cl
40. In the L–C .........................
Sol. For L–C1 system O
1 100
1 =  44. At Boyle’s temperature..........
LC1 3
Sol. At Boyle temperature gas behaves as ideal gas (Z = 1) in a
6 range of low pressure but at high pressure Z>1.
and T1 = 2 LC1 = sec.
100
For L–C2 system 45. An amount of 20g ..........
1 Sol. Before electrolysis mass (H2O) = 150 g
2 = = 100 and After electrolysis
LC2 m (H2O) = 150 – 113.3 = 36.7g
2 nH2O = 2.04 mol
T2 = 2  LC2 = sec.
100 Since
1.5  T1 2H2O  2H2 + O2
Circuit L–C1 is on for = sec.
100 4 nH2 = 2.04 mol V = 45.6L
the charge on capacitor C1 will be zero, so the entire energy
nO2 = 1.02 mol. V = 22.8L
1 2
 2 C1V1  will go in inductor.
  46. Titanium metal is ..........
0.5  T2
Now after sec. = sec., 'i' in the inductor will be Sol. Hrº = 140.5 kJ
100 4
Srº = – 0.058 kJ
1 2
zero, so now all the energy  C1V1  will go in the
2  Grº  0
capacitor C2.
1 1 47. A buffer solution can ..........
 C V 2= C V 2 Sol. (A) SBSA Salt
2 1 1 2 2 2
(B) Salt of WBSA + WB
1 1
(900 ) (1)2 = (100 ) v22 (C) Salt of WASB + WA
2 2 (D) Salt of WASB + WA
 v2 = 3 volt.
48. Sodium thiosulphate is ..........
PART : III CHEMISTRY Sol. Preparation :

1. 6NaOH+4S   Na2S2O3 + 2Na2S+H2O
41. For the endothermic ..........

Sol.  On temp, reaction moves in backward direction, [A(g)] 2. Na2SO3+S   Na2S2O3
will increase.
 On decreasing volume, concentration of all species 49. Choose the correct ..........
will increase. Sol. BeO is amphoteric and Be cannot expand it's octet.
 On adding B(g), reaction will move in backward
direction, [A(g)] will increase. 50. In a cubic unit cell..........
1
43. Which of the following .......... Sol. Number of A atoms = 8 × 1
8
3
Sol. sp Three p-d bonds
1 1
Xe Number of B atoms = 2   4  2
O O 2 4
O
1
O One p-d bond Number of C atoms = 1  4  3
sp
3
2
S
HO OH
51. Which of the following is ..........

## Sol. (B) CH4 Br2/h CH3–Br MgCl

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Br MgBr OH
Br2/h Mg/dry ether 60. (P) ..........

COOH
CO2/H3O
NH2
Sol. x = 6
(D) CH4 Cl2/h CH3–Cl MgCl
y=6
Br COOH
Br2/h KCN y
then =1
H3O x

## 52. Observe the following .......... PAPER-2

PART : I MATHEMATICS
O + CH=O
  
Sol. O3/Zn-H2O
O CH=O 1. If a, b, c are three.....................
Sol. We have
COOK
     
KOH | a  b  b  c  c  a |2
  2   2      
  . b  c 
Cannizzaro
= | a  b | + | b  c | + | c  a |2 + 2 a  b
CH2OH
+
       
53. Observe the following ..........
O
 
2 b  c . c  a + 2 c  a . a  b  
Br OH
= sin2 + sin2 + sin2 + 2(cos cos + cos cos + cos cos) –
Sol. , , , 2(cos + cos + cos)
(As ,  = cos, m = cos, n = cos)

   – 1
(X) (Y) (Z) (W)
2 m – 2    ((  m  n) – 1) 2 2
=2+ =
54. In which of the ..........
OH 2. Equation of the.....................
Sol. Equation of the required plane is
Sol. (A) _ _ _ _
OH +
(r .n1  q1 )   ( r .n 2  q 2 )  0
(B) It is SN2 reaction _ _ _

HBr
 r .(n1   n 2 )  (q1  q 2 )
(C) CH3—CH—CH=CH—CH2 _ _
Now , perpendicular to n3 n 4
CH3 Br
_ _ _ _

## (D) (n1   n 2 ).(n 3  n 4 )  0

_ _ _
Cl
[n1 n 3 n 4 ]
 _ _ _
55. The structures of .......... [n 2 n 3 n 4 ]
Sol. (C) & (D) gives IPSO reaction. So independent on q3 and q4 only.

## 56. Orbital angular momentum ..........

3. f : [0, 1]  R is .....................
Sol. Orbital angular momentum of electron
Sol. (f '(x))2 – k2(f(x))2  0
= l(l  1).
h
 3.
h  (f '(x) – kf(x))(f '(x) + kf(x))  0
2  d d
l=3  (f(x)e–kx) (f(x)ekx)  0
dx dx
 number of orientation = 2l + 1 = 2 × 3 + 1 = 7
 Exactly one of the functions g1(x) = f(x)e–kx or
g2(x) = f(x)ekx is non decreasing
57. How many of the .......... But f(0) = 0  functions g1 and g2 have a value zero at x = 0
Sol. sp3  x  [0, 1], g1(0) = 0 and g1 increasing  g1(x)  0
PCl3, [Ni(CO)4], SO24 , SnCl4, ClO4 , CH3 , NH4 , ClO3  f(x)  0
g2(0) = 0 and g2 decreasing  g2(x)  0
 f(x)  0  f(x) = 0  x  [0, 1]
59. Observe the following ..........
4. Graph of y = f(x) is.....................
Sol. (1) CH3–CH=CH2/H Sol. y = [f(x)] is discontinuous at one point only
(2) KMnO4/ x=1
CH3O
(3) H
COOH

KMnO4/
CH3O CH3O
H
CH(CH3)2 COOH

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9. The probability that .....................

## 10. The probability.....................

7
C4 3 C1 1 7 C4
Sol. 1. Required probability = 10
. = .
C4 6 C1 2 10 C4

3x2 1
2. Required probability = 
10x9 15

## y = [–f(x)] is discontinuous at one point only

x=0
11. If the ordered .....................
 1 –1 
ab 
Sol. tan–1 –1 –1
 8  = tan a – tan b = tan  1  ab 
   
1 ab
 =
8 1  ab
1 + ab = 8a – 8b
8a  1
b(a + 8) = 8a – 1  b = (note a  1)
a8
8(a  8)  65 65 5·13
 x = 0, 1 b= =8– =8–
f(x) = [f(x)]
Hence, exactly two real solution a8 a8 a8
f(x) = [–f(x)]  x = 0 only hence a = 5 or 57 (in order that b may be an integer)
if a = 5  b=3
if a = 57  b=7
5. Which of the .....................  (a1 + b1 + a2 + b2) = 72 Ans.

## 6. The number of ..................... 12. Absolute value .....................

Sol. f(x) = f1 (x) – 2f2 (x) = x2 - 2|x| Sol. We have
Upon plotting the graph of y = |f(x)|, we observe local
minima at –2,0,2 and local maxima at –1, 1  | x | 2  x 2 
f (x) = 3 +   –3
y=
1
=
1
is non differentiable at
 | x | 1 
| f(x) | | x 2 – 2 | x || x 2  2 | x | 5 (| x | 1)2  4
= 3– =3–
x = 0, 2, –2 | x | 1 | x | 1
 4 
 
3/2
xn 1. a2  x 2 =3–  (| x | 1)    3 – 2 4 = 3 – 4 = –1
7. If In    a2B In  2 .........  | x | 1 
A
13. The value of.....................
8. In the above .....................
Sol. Sol.
n
C0  n Cn  1, n C1  n Cn 1  n
In   xn . a2  x 2 dx 
1 n 1 n
C2  n Ck  k  2,3,.......,n  2
2
x .2x a2  x 2 dx Clearly
1

 
n

    n Ck
  a 
3 3

1  n 1 a  x x
2 2 2 2 2 2
 k 0
 x .   (n  1)x n 2
. dx n 2

   C      
1 1 1 1 1
2

3

3
  n
C0  n
 n
Cn  n
Cn 1   n Ck
 
1
2 2 k 2

2 n2
 
  1
 2    n Ck
3

1 2 
a2  x 2  2

In    x n 1.
2 3

2
3

(n  1)x n  2 . a2  x 2  a2  x 2 dx 
n k 2

 
2
 
1
 n  1  2 n2  n  1 n  2    n  3  . n C2
3

3

1 n 1 2
x . a  x2  2

 3 
 a  x . a  x dx   3   x . a  x dx
2 2

 
2 2

n
____(1)
3
 n  1 2  n  1 1
 
1 n 1 2
x . a  x2    a In  2   3  In
n
n 

2
3  3    Also  Ck   2 ____(2)
k 0  
n2  n  1 2
3

 3 
1 n 1 2
 In   3 x . a  x  
2 2

 3 
 a In  2 Now from (1) and (2)

   
n 1 2 1
n
Ck  2  n  3  n
C2
k 0 n
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By taking limit n   and using sandwich theorem x
t 2 dt x2
lim 
 
n 1
Let  n
C2  2 . Ans. x 0
at lim a  x 2
Sol.
0
 x 0 
 
n 
k 0
x  sin x 1  cos x a
3
19. t1,t 2 ,t 3 are three .....................

 (–x  ax  12)dx = 45
2
Sol. 2 2 2 11
0
Sol. t1 =1, t 2   t1   3 & t 3   t 2   3  
t1 t2 3 3
gives a = 4
Hence f(x) = 12 + 4x – x2 = (2 + x) (6 – x)
hence m = – 2 and n = 6
m+n+a=6–2+4=8 20. Consider a function.....................
15. Let f be a function ..................... Sol. At integral value of x, f(x) = 0
1 For -1 < x < 0, f(x) = 1. For 0 < x < 1, f(x) = 0
Sol. f(2) =
4 1<x< 2 , f(x) = 0
Clearly f(1) + 2 f(2) + 3 f(3) + ........... + n f(n) = n (n + 1) f(n)
 2 <x< 3 , f(x) = -1
n (n - 1) f(n -1)+ n f(n) = n (n + 1) f(n) (n - 1) f(n -1) = n
f(n)
3 < x < 2, f(x) = -2
 (n  1) f n  1  n f(n) , Now put n =
2,3,4…………1995 and multiplying 2<x< 5 , f(x) = 0
1
 2f(2)  3 f(3)  ........  1995 f(1995)  5 <x< 6 , f(x) = -1
2
1 6 <x< 7 , f(x) = -2
 (399 f(1995))–1 = 5
2
7 <x< 8 , f(x) = -3
16. Let .....................
Sol.
8 < x < 3, f(x) = -4
sec  x  cos  x  sec 2  x   cot  x  .cos ec  x 
A  cos2  x  cos2  x  cos ec 2  x  B = {0,–1, –2, –3, –4, 1}

1 cos  x 
2
cos  x 
2

R1  R1 – sec  x  .R3
21. L1 and L2 are.....................
Using
Sol. a  cos   3   b  2 sin    c  cos   3 
O O sec 2  x   cot  x  .cos ec  x   cos  x  cos  
a 2  b 2   c 2 cos 2   3  2 3 cos   2sin 2   cos 2   3  2 3 cos 
A  cos2  x  cos2  x  cos ec 2  x 
1 cos2  x  cos2  x 

 a  c  cos   2b sin   3  a  c 

 sec  x   cot  x  .cos ec  x   cos  x  
2
a  b2  c2 8
2

for  to be independent of 
cos4  x   cos2  x  a+c=0
b=0
...(i)
...(ii)
  sin2  x   cos5  x   2 3a 3
 cos   
  2a 8 2
 O in  O, 2  hence A–1 = must exist, now
  

A 
2
1
hence A A T
 1 . Ans. 6

## 17. If y  ae x  be 3x  c ..................... 22. Let f :  0,    R .....................

3x
Sol. y  ae  be x
 c , differentiating and solving, we get Sol. Let t = f(1) Now put x =1 in (ii)

## d3 y d2 y dy  f 1 f  f 1  1  1  t.f  t  1  1

3
2 2 3 0
dx dx dx
Now put x = t + 1

 1 
 f  t  1 f  f  t  1  1
t  1 
x
t 2 dt
18. If lim   1..................... 
x 0
0  x  sin x  at 1 1 1 
 f  1
t  t t  1 

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1 1  In experiment with metal A complete spectrum is able to eject
 f   t  f 1
1 
photo electrons but for metal B spectrum from 400nm to 500nm,
 t t  will be able to eject photo electrons. Number of photons in
spectrum 400nm to 500nm will be less than 1/3 of total photons
1 1
   1  2t  1  t 2  t in white light.
t t 1
 t 2  t  1 . Ans. 26. Figure shows .........................
Sol. Charge induced on inner surface of cavity –q1
23. The probability .....................
Charge induced on outer surface of sphere = q1
a 8 1
Sol. Required probability =   Net charge enclosed by S1, is zero
b 8 C3 7 Net charge enclosed by S2 in q1 + q2

## 27. In the circuit .........................

24. ABCD is a tetrahedron..................... Sol.
Sol. Here ABCD is tetrahedron. Let O be the origin and let the
   
P.V of A,B,C,D be a, b, c, d respectively. We know that
four linearly dependent vector can be expressed as :
   
xa  yb  zc  td  0
   
or yb  zc  td   xa Charge in 5F capacitor = 5 × 6 = 30C
    Charge in 10F capacitor = 10 × 4 = 40C
yb   zc  td xa
  Charge in 4F capacitor = 4 × 8 = 32C
yzt yzt 10
Where L.H.S is P.V of a point in the plane BCD and R.H.S i= = 1A
 4222
is point on line AO .
There must be a point common to both the plane and 28. In the diagram .........................
straight line. Sol. (Easy) Let the critical angle of interface between media 1 and 2
  is C1 and between 1 and 3 is C2.
 xa
i.e., OP  n2 n3
yzt Then sin C1= and sin C2= .
n1 n1
   
xa  From TIR at second interface 90 – C1 > C2 . taking sin of both
But, AP  OP  OA   a side we get
yzt
2
 x yzt n  n
AP =   cos C1> sin C2 or 1  2   3
a  1
n n1
 yzt 
 x  y  z  t   or n12  n32  n22
 OP  .  .AP
yzt xyzt 29. At a certain .........................
  x    a b 0  0 b 0  0 a  
 a
OP  
xyzt
 .AP Sol.   
Bbdx 
2x dx =
 2
ln

OP x  b 0  0 a  
  Q = ln 
AP x  y  z  t R 2R 
OQ y
Similarly,  30. The net momentum .........................
BQ x  y  z  t Sol. If F1 and F2 are forces on two sides
dp = (F1 – F2) dt = bR–1 (B1 – B2) d
OQ y OS t a(b0  0 )2 a
 and  ln
BQ x  y  z  t DS x  y  z  t p=
82R(  a) 
OP OQ OR OS
    1 31. Voltage applied .........................
AP BQ CR DS
Sol. Fe = k(X0 – X1)
Q2 S
Fe =  0 (V / X1 )2
PART : II PHYSICS 20 S 2
2k(X0  X1 )
25. Consider white ......................... V = X1
S 0
hC
Sol. Kmax = 
 min 32. System is set .........................
For A Kmax = 3.1 – 1.55 = 1.55eV
For B Kmax = 3.1 – 2.48 = 0.62eV
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Sol. If the pates move by x ; the change of the force due to
 4 
d S K=   1
electric field is Fe =  0 (U / X1 )2  1  3R2C2 2 
dX1 2  
x
= S0 (U / X1 )2 ; bearing in mind that
X1 36. Consider two .........................
S
0 (U / X1 )2  k(X0  X1 ) , we obtain Fe KQ2
2 Sol. U1 = = 5J
x 2a
= 2 k(X0  X1 ) . There is also force change due to
X1 KQ2
U2 = = 3J
elasticity : Fk = –kx; the two forces have opposite sign 2b
(while approaching the discs, Fk tries to push back, and Fe
tries to pull disks even closer). So,
KQ2 KQ2
  X0   X  Energy of system =  = 2J
F = –kx 1  2   1   kx  3  2 0  . 2a 2b
  X1    X1 
37. A ray is incident .........................
k X0 
Finally, a = F / m = –x 3  2 , sini
m X1  Sol.  2 i = 45º
sinr
k X0 
and  = 3  2 
m X1 

33. The maximum .........................
Sol. Current will be maximum when P coincide with A.
Req = ar

## 34. The minimum .........................

Sol. Current will be minimum when P is diametrically opposite to
A. Total deviation
ar = (45º – 30º) + 180º –2(30º) + (45º – 30º)
= 30º + 120º
ar = 150º = 30x
ar x = 5.

## 38. Find the current .........................

Sol. Equivalent circuit can be drawn as following
1
ar
Req = ar +
2
36V 3
35. A parallel-plate .........................
1 6
Sol. When half the capacitor is filled with the material, the
capacitance of the capacitor (two capacitors in parallel) Req = 4
becomes So  = 9A

C KC
C   39. The voltage .........................
2 2
t
The voltage across R is V R/Z, where V is the voltage of the Sol. In V = In V0 –
RC
ac source and Z is the total impedance of the circuit. Thus
V t d  1 t d  1
R R 0   R  C
1
=2
1 V C dR  R  R dC  C 
R2  R2 
2C2 2C2 t  R C  50  10 6  5 10 
=
   8   0.015
CR  R C  10  5  10 4  100 100 

## 40. Two long straight .........................

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Sol. The net magnetic force on conducting sphere is h h
  =
ˆ
F   (PQ  B0k) 2m0 v 0 (m0 v 0 )  (q0E0 t)2
2

y
m0 v 0
3(m0v0)2 = (q0E0t)2 t = 3.
q0E0
I h h
x =
O Q
2m0 v 0 (m0 v 0 )  (q0E0 t)2
2

B0
I P
m0 v 0
3(m0v0)2 = (q0E0t)2 t = 3.
q0E0
F=I 2 RB0 Ans. 3

## 41. Consider three .........................

Sol. 46. In a YDSE .........................
d

d

Sol. (t1 – t2) (n – 1) =
2
[(t1 + t2)] (n – 1) = 2
3t1 = 5t2 – 1
( t1  t 2 ) 1
=  4t1 – 4t2 = t1t2
t1  t 2 4
  = 3t1 = 5t2
1 2 3
t2 3
Total emf induced in loop (2) is zero. = =
dI1 dI3 LdI2 t1 5
So M12 + M32 – =0 x = 6.
dt dt dt
dI1 dI
2M12 = L 2 [M12 = M32] 47. A series RLC .........................
dt dt
R
L Sol. Given = 0.8
=2 Z
M12 5
 Z= R
42. A uniform but ......................... 4
Sol. B = C – KT ; At t = 0, B = C 25 2
 R2 + | XL – XC |2 = R
 initial flux = Ca2 , final flux = 0 16
Changein flux 3
Total charge flown = | XL – XC | = R
Resistance 4
Ca2 1 1
= = 8 coulomb Since  =  , resonant frequency 0 =
R 2 0 LC
3
43. The maximum .........................  XC – XL = R
4
Sol. h = 2 mc2 2
XL   1
 = 1.21 × 10–12 m  = 2 LC =   =
XC  0  4
 1 3
XC  1   = R  XC = R
45. A charge particle .........................  4 4
h
Sol. Initial debrogle wavelength = .
m0 v 0 48. A ray of light .........................
Sol. Apply Snell's law on various surfaces one by one :
h 1 sin 90° = 1 sin r1
After any time t, =
(m0 v 0 )  (q0E0 t)2
2
 sin r1 =
1
2
When  becomes half of the initial value :
 r1 = 45°
1 cos r1 = 2 sin r2
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1 CN CHO
 sin r2 =
2
SnCl2  HCl
2 cos r2 = 3 sin r3 Sol. (A)  

 2 1  sin2 r2
 sin r3 = CH3 CHO
3

 22  1 (B) 
CrO2 Cl2 /CS2

3 cos r3 = 1 =
3 CHO
sin2 r3 + cos2 r3 = 1
CO  HCl / AlCl3
(C)  
2  1 1
 2 + =1  22 = 3 2 = 3
3 3 OH OH
COOH
KOH/ 
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H

49. Given a first order .......... 53. What is the rate ..........
Sol. 152 × 6.8 = hHg × 13.6
152  6.8 Sol. A (g)  B(g)  C(g)
 hHg = = 76 cm (1 atm) at t = 0 a 0 0
13.6
 Initial pressure = 1 atm at t = t (a – x) x x
A(g)  2B(g) + C(g) 2.303  a 
Initial pressure P0 = 1 atm K log  
t = 100 min P0 – x 2x x t ax
Total pressure at 100 min = P0 + 2x = 1 + 1
 2x = 1  K 
x=½
log(a – x) =   2.303  t  loga
 
2.303  1 
 Kr = log   K 2
100  1– x  slope =  
2.303 10
2.303 0 .7
  × 0.3010 = = 7 × 10–3 min–1
2 2.303
100 100 K=  sec 1
k 10 60
kr = B  kB = 14 × 10–3 min–1
2 = 7.7 × 10–3 sec–1
Half life = 100 min
t75% = 2 × t50% = 200 min
t87.5% = 3 × t50% = 600 min 54. What is rate of reaction ..........
Sol. Rate = K[A]
50. A non-volatile solute is ..........
at t = 10 min  log(a – x) = –3
Sol. Po – Ps = molality × MA ;
Ps 1000 so, (a – x) = 10–3
Po = 760 mm of Hg. Molality Rate = 7.7 × 10–3 × 10–3 = 7.7 × 10–6 mol lit–1sec–1
1000
= 1.47 molal or .
682
55. The voltage if the reaction ..........
51. The correct statements ..........
CH3 CH3 Sol. 2Fe(s) 
 2Fe2+ + 4e– Eº = + 0.44 V
(1)B2H6 H
Sol.  

(2)H2O2 H
CH3COCl/Pyridine

 O2(g) + 4H + 4e+ –

 2H2O Eº = 1.23 V
OH __________________________________________
CH3 CH3
H 2Fe(s)+O2(g)+4H+(aq)–2Fe2+(aq)+2H2O() Eº = +1.67 V
H
H3 O
H  H
OCOCH3 OH RT [Fe2 ]2
E = Eº – ln
nF [H ]4 [Po2 ]
52. In which of the following ..........
8.314  298 1
= 1.67 – × ln
96500  4 (1.0  10 –4 )4  1
= 1.43 V
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56. For the reaction .......... 63. How many of the following ..........
– – 
Sol. Fe(OH)2(s) + 2e –Fe(s) + 2OH (aq) Eº = –0.88 V
Sol. (1)Al3+andHg2+ 
H
HgS(black) + Al3+ (in solution)
H2S
Fe(s) 
 Fe2+ (aq) + 2e– Eº = +0.44 V
(2) Cu2+and Zn2+ 
H CuS(black)+Zn2+(in solution)
___________________________________________ H2S

## Fe(OH)2(s) Fe2+ (aq)+2OH–(aq) Eº = –0.44 V

(3) Cd2+ and Zn2+ 
H CdS(yellow)+Zn2+ (in solution)
Gº = – nEºF = –RT ln Ksp H2S

nEºF
ln Ksp =
RT 64. MX3 dissociates in ..........
ln Ksp = –33.77 Sol. MX3 M3+ + 3X–
1–  3
57. Which of the following ..........
i = 1 + 3
Sol. More the number of alkyl substitute at double bond, greater
 =2
its thermodynamic stability.

## 59. In the adsorption .......... 65. How many of the ..........

Sol. According to freundlich equation. Sol. Ores of A :
x
= KP1/n. (i) Bauxite A2O3.2H2O
m
x 1 (ii) Cryolite Na3 AF6
or log = = logK + log P
m n

Plot of log
x
vs log P is linear with slope
1
and intercept
w
66. A 75 g, 4%   ..........
m n w
= log K. Thus.

## 1 Sol. Wsolute = 3 g, Wsolution = 75 – 25 = 50g

= tan = tan 45º = 1 or ;k n = 1
n
nOH 
3

X ,
m5
 3 40  X 56   1000
log K = 0.3010 or ;k K = 2 40 56 47
at p = 0.5 atm amount of the gas adsorbed per gram of X=9
charcoal.

## x 68. How many of the ..........

= KP1/n = 2 × (0.5)1 = 1Ans. Sol. Acetal and sucrose do not give any precipitation with tollen's
m
reagent.

## 60. How many of the ..........

69. Glucose molecule ..........
Sol. a, b, c, d, e, g, i
CHO
H OH
61. Find the value of ..........
HO H
OH + 3Ph–NH–NH2 
Sol. In Carbonyl, effective atomic no. of Metal = Atomic no. of Sol. H
next nobel gas. H OH
EAN = Atomic number – Electron lost during formation of CH2–OH
cation + No. of electron gained from ligand. (D-Glucose)

x=4 C=N–NH–Ph

##  Total CO for two Co atom = 8. HO H

+ Ph–NH2 + NH3
H OH
H OH
62. Find total number of ..........
CH2–OH
Sol. Two geometrical isomer (cis and trans) and two linkage
(Osazone)
isomer (–SCN and –CNS).
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70. How many number of ..........
CH2–OH

C=O
HO H
HIO4
Sol. H OH   2HCHO + 3HCOOH + CO2
H OH
CH2–OH
(D-Fructose)

## 71. How many of the ..........

Sol. (I) & (IV) are free radical.

## 72. In how many reactions ..........

Sol. I, II, III, IV

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## 1. (AD) 2. (AC) 3. (AB) 4. (AC) 5. (ABCD) 6. (BCD) 7. (ABC)

8. (ABC) 9. (BCD) 10. (BC) 11. (ABCD) 12. (ABCD) 13. (BCD) 14. (D)
15. (ACD) 16. (2) 17. (8) 18. (7) 19. (4) 20. (5)

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21. (AB) 22. (AC) 23. (ABCD) 24. (BD) 25. (AD) 26. (ABC) 27. (CD)
28. (BCD) 29. (BD) 30. (AC) 31. (AB) 32. (ABCD) 33. (AC) 34. (BCD)
35. (BC) 36. (6) 37. (1) 38. (4) 39. (6) 40. (3)

## PART : III CHEMISTRY

41. (ACD) 42. (BCD) 43. (ABD) 44. (ABD) 45. (AB) 46. (ACD) 47. (BCD)
48. (BD) 49. (AB) 50. (BCD) 51. (BC) 52. (BCD) 53. (ACD) 54. (ACD)
55. (BCD) 56. (7) 57. (8) 58. (6) 59. (2) 60. (1)

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## 1. (AC) 2. (ABD) 3. (ACD) 4. (ABCD) 5. (D) 6. (C) 7. (D)

8. (B) 9. (A) 10. (B) 11. (8) 12. (1) 13. (2) 14. (8)
15. (5) 16. (1) 17. (3) 18. (4) 19. (8) 20. (6) 21. (6)
22. (1) 23. (6) 24. (1)
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25. (BD) 26. (ABCD) 27. (ABCD) 28. (BD) 29. (B) 30. (C) 31. (C)
32. (D) 33. (A) 34. (D) 35. (7) 36. (2) 37. (5) 38. (9)
39. (3) 40. (4) 41. (2) 42. (8) 43. (2) 44. (5) 45. (3)
46. (6) 47. (1) 48. (3)

## PART : III CHEMISTRY

49. (BC) 50. (AD) 51. (AD) 52. (ABC) 53. (C) 54. (C) 55. (A)
56. (B) 57. (D) 58. (D) 59. (1) 60. (7) 61. (8) 62. (4)
63. (3) 64. (2) 65. (2) 66. (9) 67. (2) 68. (7) 69. (3)
70. (3) 71. (4) 72. (4)

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1. (AC) 2. (AD) 3. (AD) 4. (BC) 5. (ABCD) 6. (ACD) 7. (ABD)
8. (ABD) 9. (ACD) 10. (CD) 11. (ABCD) 12. (ABCD) 13. (ACD) 14. (D)
15. (ABD) 16. (2) 17. (8) 18. (7) 19. (4) 20. (5)

PART : II PHYSICS
21. (CD) 22. (BD) 23. (ABCD) 24. (AD) 25. (BD) 26. (BCD) 27. (AD)
28. (ACD) 29. (CD) 30. (AC) 31. (CD) 32. (ABCD) 33. (AB) 34. (ABD)
35. (AB) 36. (6) 37. (1) 38. (4) 39. (6) 40. (3)

## PART : III CHEMISTRY

41. (BCD) 42. (ACD) 43. (ABC) 44. (ABC) 45. (AB) 46. (BCD) 47. (ABD)
48. (BC) 49. (AB) 50. (ACD) 51. (AC) 52. (ACD) 53. (BCD) 54. (BCD)
55. (BCD) 56. (7) 57. (8) 58. (6) 59. (2) 60. (1)

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1. (BC) 2. (ABC) 3. (ABC) 4. (ABCD) 5. (C) 6. (B) 7. (C)
8. (C) 9. (B) 10. (C) 11. (8) 12. (1) 13. (2) 14. (8)
15. (5) 16. (1) 17. (3) 18. (4) 19. (8) 20. (6) 21. (6)
22. (1) 23. (6) 24. (1)

PART : II PHYSICS
25. (CD) 26. (ABCD) 27. (ABCD) 28. (BC) 29. (D) 30. (A) 31. (A)
32. (B) 33. (C) 34. (A) 35. (7) 36. (2) 37. (5) 38. (9)
39. (3) 40. (4) 41. (2) 42. (8) 43. (2) 44. (5) 45. (3)
46. (6) 47. (1) 48. (3)

## PART : III CHEMISTRY

49. (AC) 50. (AC) 51. (BD) 52. (ABD) 53. (B) 54. (C) 55. (B)
56. (C) 57. (C) 58. (C) 59. (1) 60. (7) 61. (8) 62. (4)
63. (3) 64. (2) 65. (2) 66. (9) 67. (2) 68. (7) 69. (3)
70. (3) 71. (4) 72. (4)

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## 1. (AD) 2. (AC) 3. (AB) 4. (AC) 5. (ABCD) 6. (BCD) 7. (ABC)

8. (ABC) 9. (BCD) 10. (BC) 11. (ABCD) 12. (ABCD) 13. (BCD) 14. (D)
15. (ACD) 16. (2) 17. (8) 18. (7) 19. (4) 20. (5)
PART : II PHYSICS

21. (AB) 22. (AC) 23. (ABCD) 24. (BD) 25. (AD) 26. (ABC) 27. (CD)
28. (BCD) 29. (BD) 30. (AC) 31. (AB) 32. (ABCD) 33. (AC) 34. (BCD)
35. (BC) 36. (6) 37. (1) 38. (4) 39. (6) 40. (3)

## PART : III CHEMISTRY

41. (ACD) 42. (BCD) 43. (ABD) 44. (ABD) 45. (AB) 46. (ACD) 47. (BCD)
48. (BD) 49. (AB) 50. (BCD) 51. (BC) 52. (BCD) 53. (ACD) 54. (ACD)
55. (BCD) 56. (7) 57. (8) 58. (6) 59. (2) 60. (1)

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## 1. (AC) 2. (ABD) 3. (ACD) 4. (ABCD) 5. (D) 6. (C) 7. (D)

8. (B) 9. (A) 10. (B) 11. (8) 12. (1) 13. (2) 14. (8)
15. (5) 16. (1) 17. (3) 18. (4) 19. (8) 20. (6) 21. (6)
22. (1) 23. (6) 24. (1)

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25. (BD) 26. (ABCD) 27. (ABCD) 28. (BD) 29. (B) 30. (C) 31. (C)
32. (D) 33. (A) 34. (D) 35. (7) 36. (2) 37. (5) 38. (9)
39. (3) 40. (4) 41. (2) 42. (8) 43. (2) 44. (5) 45. (3)
46. (6) 47. (1) 48. (3)

## PART : III CHEMISTRY

49. (BC) 50. (AD) 51. (AD) 52. (ABC) 53. (C) 54. (C) 55. (A)
56. (B) 57. (D) 58. (D) 59. (1) 60. (7) 61. (8) 62. (4)
63. (3) 64. (2) 65. (2) 66. (9) 67. (2) 68. (7) 69. (3)
70. (3) 71. (4) 72. (4)

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