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ALL INDIA INTEGRATED TEST SERIES

OPEN TEST
PAPER-2

Q. No. PHYSICS Q. No. CHEMISTRY Q. No. MATHEMATICS

1. C 24. A 47. B

2. C 25. C 48. B

3. B 26. C 49. B

4. AD 27. D 50. BC
5. AC 28. B 51. ACD

6. ABCD 29. AC 52. AB


7. BC 30. ABCD 53. ACD
8. BD 31. A 54. ABD

9. C 32. B 55. A

10. D 33. B 56. B

11. 2 34. 4 57. 2


12. 3 35. 3 58. 2
13. 2 36. 4 59. 2
14. 6 37. 1 60. 5

15. 2 38. 4 61. 2

16. 3 39. 1 62. 2

17. 3 40. 4 63. 1


18. 2 41. 2 64. 8
19. 4 42. 3 65. 5

20. 6 43. 4 66. 8


21. 00001.40 44. 00000.66 67. 00324.75
22. 00005.18 45. 00016.40 68. 00037.33

23. 00002.72 46. 00001.53 69. 00400.00

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Physics PART – I

SECTION – A

1. C
k
Sol. F
v
dv k k
m  ;  vdv   dt
dt v m
2
mv
= kt
2
Work done by force = change in kinetic energy.

2. C
 L L J
Sol. J  x    I w Vcm =
 2 2 m

 LL
J x  
L J 2 2 J
  Vcm  ;    L
2 M I m x  2
 
ML2 J
I=
12

3. B
Sol. vA x
dx dx
a x ;  adt ; x  t2
dt x

4. AD
Sol. fmax = 0.4  110 = 44 N 40N
40 + f = 60 N
f
f = 20 N
a=0
30N
60N 80N

5. AC
P(dV)
Sol. C  Cv  …(i)
n(dT)
dT
 To  ev …(ii)
dV
From (i) and (ii)
R
C  Cv 
V

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6. ABCD
 dy 
Sol. Particle velocity vp = –v  
 dx 
v is the wave velocity.
dy
is the slope.
dx
At point S, slope is zero, there force Vp at S is zero.
At point T, slope is (+)ve, there fore Vp will be along –ve x direction
dy
Excess pressure dP = –B.
dx
At point S, slope is zero
 dP = 0.
At point R, slope is –ve
 dP is (+) ve i.e., particles located near C are under compression.

7. BC
1
2  10  30º
2usin  2  1s .
Sol. T  30º
g 10

30º 30º

8. BD
4
 25t  50 
Sol. V   dt
2 10 

9. C
Po V
Sol. P  5Po 
Vo
1  Po V 2 
T 5P
 o V  
nR  Vo 
dT 1  2Po V 
  5Po   =0
dV nR  Vo 
5V
 V  o at maximum temperature.
2
25
 Tmax  To
16

10. D
dQ P dV
Sol.  Cv  0
ndT n dT

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 Po V 
 5Po  
 Vo  nR
CV   0
n  2Po V 
 5Po  
 Vo 
 V 
5  
 Vo  3

 2V  2
5  
 Vo 
25
 V= Vo
8

SECTION – C

11. 2

V v
Sol.  = 
r 
V
r

12. 3
Sol. Let v0 be the velocity required to send a particle to infinity from point A. A 30°
1 GMm
mv 20  =0
2 2R R
GM
 v0 =
R R
 velocity of projection at A
1 GM
vp = v0 =
2 2R
vp

30°
A
B
R r v

Let v be the velocity at the highest point and r be its distance from
the center of the plant A.
1 GMm GM
mv 20  =0  v0
2 2R R
 velocity of projection at A
1 GM
vp = v0 =
2 2R

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Let v be the velocity at the highest point and r be its distance from the
center of the planet. Using Conservation of angular momentum.
m vp 2 Rcos30° = m vr
3R GM 3GMR
 v=  …(1)
r R 2r 2
From conservation on the mechanical energy at A and B
GMm 1 GM GMm 1
–  m. =–  mv2
2R 2 2R r 2
replacing the value of v from (1) in the above eqn.
GM GM 1 3 GMR
– =–    r2 – 4Rr + 3R2= 0
4R r 2 2 r2
 (r – 3R)(r – R)= 0  r = R, r = 3R

13. 2
1
Sol. m V 2   Pdt 
2
t3
V2 = 4
2
V=2

14. 6
Sol. For equilibrium of block rod
Mg sin  = (N) m  = 0.5
= (Mg cos  + mg cos )
M

370

15. 2
Sol. Velocity of efflux = 16 × 0.25 = 4 m/s2
2h
Time of fall of the liquid = = 0.25 sec.
g
Thus, range on horizontal surface = velocity of efflux × time of fall = 2 m.

16. 3
I
Sol. We know that Loudness  = 10 log10
I0
I
According to the problems A  10log10
I0
2I
B  10log10  3dB
I0

17. 3
 q 
Sol. T    (R)
 t 

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Rods connected in series:


 q 
T    (2R) …(1)
 12 
Rods connected in parallel:
 q   R 
T     …(2)
 t  2
T 1

T 4
T
 T = = 3 min.
4

18. 2
fR R
Sol. Cv = 
2  1
2
 f=
(   1)

19. 4
m A 2
Sol. 3
mB  2
mA mB  
 3 ; x CM   .
mB m A  mB 4

20. 6
 338  5 
Sol. f  f   1  6
 338  5 

SECTION – D

21. 00001.40
Sol. VmM  4iˆ  3 ˆj
m
V  u ˆi  3 ˆj
m M
VM   Viˆ
Here, along horizontal direction mVm  MVM  0
um 4
 V  u and u  V  4  u 
M 1 
To move one meter w.r.t. ground
4
2 3
1  24 14
1  1   or    1.40
g g 10

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22. 00005.18 Hz
 m 2 
Sol. Tsp = –K2 =  
 3 
 3K 
   
m
m 1
T  2  f .
3K T

23. 00002.72 J
Sol. Loss in KE = Kf – Ki
1 2 1
K f  mv cm  Icm 2
2 2
1 1
Ki  (0.08) (10)2  (0.08) (6)2
2 2
Apply conservation of momentum and angular momentum to get Vcm and .

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Chemistry PART – II

SECTION – A

24. A
NA no of electron will be removed by
6.023  1023
 16 gm of metal M
2.25  1023
= 42.83 gm of metal M
 equiv. wt. of metal is 42.83

25. C
Sol. Higher electronegativity, higher bond length

26. C
Sol. Pequm = 1 atm
K1  pCO2  1atm
K 2  pNH3  pH2S = 0.5  0.5 = 2.5  10–2 atm2 = 0.25 atm2
2
2 2 1

K 3  pNH3   pCO2    
3 3
4 1 4
    0.148 atm3
9 3 27
 The order is K1 > K2 > K3

27. D
Sol. It is dumbbell along Z axis

28. B
Sol. Fact Based.

29. AC
Sol. Addition of inert gas at constant pressure shift the reaction towards greater number of
moles.

30. ABCD
moles Mass of one litre H2O 1000
Sol. (A) H2O    = 55.55 mol L–1 = 55.55 mol dm–3
Vol. in L  Molar mass 18
1L
(B) Kw = [H+] [OH–] = 10–7  10–7 = 1  10–14
(C) Degree of dissociation = 
[H+] = C
H  107
or,       1.8  109
C 55.55
H  OH 
(D) Ionization constant(Kionization) =
H2O

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C  C 2C
  = 2C ( is very small)
C 1    1  
= (1.8  10–9)2  55.5 = 1.8  10–16 mol dm–3

31. A
Sol. O O O(-)

(-) (-)

32. B

Sol. At 770 k, Cl2  2C l
 
(i)CH3  CH  CH2  2C l  CH2  CH  CH2  HCl
 
(ii)CH2  CH  CH2  C l  Cl  CH2  CH  CH2

33. B
Sol. Addition takes place.

SECTION – C

34. 4
Sol. OH OH OH OH
COOH NO 2 Cl

, ,
,
Cl

35. 3
Sol.
Br, (CH3)3CBr, CH2Br

36. 4
Sol. Fact calculated from MOT

37. 1
Sol. Highest energetic orbital is p-orbital

38. 4
Sol. N2  O2 


 2NO
Initial a (100–a) 0

Final (a – x) (100 – a – x) 2x
2x 1.8
Given  x = 0.9
100 100

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[NO]2
Also K P = Kc =
[N2 ][O 2 ]
(2x)2
=
(a – x)(100 – a – x)
= 2.1 × 10–3
a= 79% ; 100 – a = 21%

39. 1
Sol. 

PCl5 
 PCl3  Cl2
Mole before
dissociation 1 0 0
mole after 1-x x x
n
nPCl3  nCl2
 P 
Kp =   ......(i)
nPCl5 n
At P = 0.1x = 4 atm,
By equation (i)
1
0.1  0.1  4 
Kp =  
0.9  1.1
= 0.0404 atm
At = 0.2
1
0.2  0.2  P 
0.0404 =   :
0.8  1.2 
P = 0.969 atm

40. 4
Sol. 

N2O4 
 2NO2
Mole before equillibrium 1 0

Mole at equilibrium (1 – x 2x
n
4x 2  P 
Kp = 
(1 – x)   n 
4x 2 160
640 =
(1– x) (1  x)
4x 2
4=
1 – x2
or 1 – x2 = x2
2x2 = 1
1
x2 =
2
or x = 0.707 = 70.7%
When x = 0.5, let pressure be P.
4  (0.5)2 P
Then Kp = 640 = 
0.5 1.5
P = 480 mm

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41. 2
Sol.
ClF3 :
This is the electronic structure of chlorine atom in the excited state.
In ClF3 sp2d hybridisation occurs, 3 unpaired electrons form bounds with fluorine atoms,
and 2 lone pairs occupying 2 corners of a distorted trigonal bipyramidal structure.

42. 3
Sol. Fact based
43. 4
Sol. 

PCl5 
 PCl3  Cl2
Mole before
dissociation 0.1 0 0
mole after (0.1 – x) x x
dissociation
Given volume of container = 8 litre
x x
.
[PCl3 ][Cl2 ] x2
Now Kc = = 8 8 = ....... (i)
[PCl5 ] (0.1– x) 8(0.1– x)
8
Also, PV = nRT for the equilibrium mixture at 540 K.
1 × 8 = (0.1 + x) × 0.082 0 × 540
x = 0.08 ...... (ii)
0.08  0.08
Kc =
8(0.1 – 0.08)
= 4 × 10–2 mole litre–1
SECTION – D
44. 00000.66
Sol. 
PCl5  
 PCl3  Cl2
P
P(1 - 0.5) 0.5P 0.5P
= 0.5 P
4
0.5 P + 0.5 P + 0.5 P = 2  P =
3
4
 KP = 0.5 P = 0.5  = 0.66 atm
3

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45. 00016.40
nRT 2  0.082  300
Sol. P   16.40 atm
V 3

46. 00001.53
Sol. O O

R  C  CH3  3Br2  Br3C  C  R  3HBr


NaOH

CHBr3  R  COONa

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Mathematics PART – III

SECTION – A

47. B
Sol. The total numbers of required ways = the total number of factors of n.
180  22  32  5 . Therefore the total number of factors of 180 is 3  3  2  18 .

48. B
Sol. AB  AO  BO  a  AOB  60 P(x, y)

A
PA
  3
r a
B

 x 2  y 2  a2  3a2 a

 x 2  y 2  4a2 O a
a

49. B
Sol.  2 sin x  1 2 cos y  1  0
1
 either sin x  
2
11 7
x ,
6 6
Or
1
cos y   ,
2
2 4 
y ,
3 3
4 11 19
maximum value of x  y    .
3 6 6

50. BC
4
Sol. x 4  y4   x  y 

 2xy 2x 2  3xy  2y 2  0 
 two real and two complex roots

51. ACD
1
Sol. Given, sin x sin y cos z  .............(1)
2 2
sin2 x sin3 y 1
 ................(2)
cos z 4 2
sin x sin4 y 1
 ..................(3)
cos2 z 8

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cos2 z
½  2..............(4)
sin xxin2 y
1
(3) x(4) sin y  .............. (5)
2

1
(1) x (2) sin3 x sin4 y 
16
 sin3 x  1
 sin x  1 (6)
1
 cos z  (7)
2
1 3
Now sin x  sin y  1  
2 2
tan  x  y  z   tan165   tan15  3  2
3 1
cos  y  z  
2 2
 sec  y  z   6  2
 optionsA,C,D

52. AB
x  y  1    2x  y   0
Sol.
All the lines pass through 1,2 
PA  2

PB and PC make angle with the line
6 P 1,2 C
PA : x  y  1  0
Slope of PB and PC are given by
1 A
1 B
3  2  3,2  3 xy5
1
1
3

The equation are y  2  2  3  x  1 

and y  2  2  3  x  1 
53. ACD
Sol.  
2t 2 ,t lies out-side of x  y 2  2y  3 .

54. ABD
Sol. Let p  ,q    d, r    2d, s    3d (where d > 0)
then     d  2 (i),
    d  a (ii)

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   2d     3d  18 (iii)


   2d .    3d  b (iv)
On solving (i) and (iii) we get   1, d  4
55. A

56. B

Sol. (55  56)


Product of slopes of asymptotes is one. Let combined equations of asymptotes is x2 + y2
+ kxy = 0. Points on x + y = 2 at a distance 3 2 units from (1, 1) are
(4, 2) or (2, 4) with satisfies the equation of conjugate hyperbola.
22
 k=
7
 Equation of asymptotes is 7x2 + 7y2 + 22xy = 0
 Equation of hyperbola is 7x2 + 7y2 + 22xy  36 = 0

SECTION – C

57. 2
Sol. 1  x 
3n
 3nC0  3nC1x  3nC2 x 2  .......  3nC3n x 3n …………(i)
Put x  1, , 2
23n  3nC0  3nC1  3nC2  .......  3nC3n ………..(ii)
1  
3n
 3nC0  3nC1  3nC2 2  .......  3nC3n3n …………….(iii)
2 3n …………..(iv)
1     3nC0  3nC12  3nC24  .......  3nC3n 6n
Equation (ii) gives Sn  23n  8n
(ii) + (ii) + (iv) we get
3n 3n
8n  1   
 1  2  3  3n
C0  3nC3  ...........  3nC3n 
2 3n 3n
Sn        3 Tn
n
Sn   1  2   3Tn
n
 Sn  3Tn  2  1

58. 2
Sol. circle ‘C’ is x2 + y2 + y 16 = 0, it intersects the circle x2 + y2  6x  10y + 9 = 0,
7
orthogonally then   .
5
Now |r1r2|< C1C2 < r1 + r2.

59. 2
Sol.  LHS  2
 7
and RHS  2, x  and .
8 8

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60. 5
Sol. Suppose k  2  log2 a  3  log3 b  log6  a  b  , then we have
1 1 ab 6k
a  2k 2 , b  3k 3 , a  b  6k , and therefore,    k  2 k  3  22  33 .
a b ab 2 3

61. 2
Sol. Let   a  ib and   a  ib
from     2 3 we here b  3
 3
Since  is real
2   2
3
We conclude that  3 is real, since  a  ib   a  a2  3b 2   ib  3a2  b 2 
We have 3a 2  b2  0  a  1
Hence   a 2  b 2  2

62. 2
Sol. Coordinates of A are (1,3), (using parametric equation of straight line)
Image of A(1,3) about x + y = 2 always lies on side BC (–1,1) h2 + k2 = 2

63. 1
Sol. Let A be  , 0  and B be  , 0  where  and  are roots of  x 2  bx  c  0
Slope (PA). slope (PB) = –1
f  x0  f  x0 
  1
 x0     x0   
f 2  x 0     x0    x0   
f 2  x 0   f  x 0  f  x0     x0    x0    
f  x 0   0 or 1
f  x0   1 f  x   0 
0

64. 8
6 3 2
Sol. Given n6   n2
Ck   n3
C2   3n2  n2
Ck  n3
C2 
Since a3  b3  c 3  3abc and a, b, c are positive  a  b  c
2
 n2   n2
Ck   n 3C2
2
Solving n2  n3C2 we get n  6 and solving n2   n 2
Ck  we get k  2
n  k  8

65. 5
Sol. Notice that we must have a  1, z  6 . Now, we can just list trying values for b, c
(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), (1, 2, 4, 3, 5, 6), (1, 2, 5, 3, 4, 6), (1, 3, 4, 2, 5, 6), (1, 3, 5, 2, 4, 6).
Thus, our answer is 5

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66. 8
Sol.    
Since cos sin1 x  1  x 2 and sin cos1 y  1  y 2 , we can use the expressions for
the first equation.
5
1  x2  1  y2 
2

1  x 1  y   49
2 2

5
1  x   1  y   2 
2 2
1  x2  1  y2   4
 2 5
 
2  x2  y2  5    
 3 4
If we use the positive square root, we get:
2 5
 
2  x2  y2  2   
3 4
4 5
x2  y2  2  
3 4
25
x2  y2 
12
If we use the negative square root, we get:
 2 5
 
2  x2  y2  2    
 3 4
4 5
x2  y2  2  
3 4
7
x2  y2  
12
25
Since the second value for x 2  y 2 is negative, x 2  y 2 
12
a2 25
2
 , so  a,b    5, 3 
b  3 12
SECTION – D

67. 00324.75
Sol. f(x0) = x03 = 1
 x0 = 1
x+y=0
Also, x0 + y0 = 0  y0 = 1
x4 (x0, y0)
Now, y  f(x)  c
4
x4
Also, y 0  0  c
4
1 3
1  c  c
4 4
x4  3
 f(x) 
4

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68. 00037.33
Sol. The two lines are parallel and 6 units apart.
The point is 4 units from the first line. B

Instead of the given lines consider the lines y  0, y  6 and the
point  0,2  q
A
x0 y2 0, 2
Equation of AB:  r
cos  sin   
x0 y2 C
Equation of AC:  r
cos  60    sin  60   
  r cos ,2  r sin   lies on y  6
 r sin   4
r cos  60   ,2  r sin  60     lies on the line y  0
 r sin  60     2
sin  60   1

sin  2
3 1 1 2
cot     cot  
2 2 2 3
3 2
sin   ,cos  
7 7
4 4 7 112
 r   r2   37.33
sin  3 3

69. 00400.00
Sol. sin t and cos t are roots of 50x 2  5mx   4m  41  0
Since sin2 t  cos2 t  1
2
 5m   4m  41 
   2  1
 50   50 
m2  16m  64  0
m8
25m2
  400
4

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