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FIITJEE Ltd., Punjabi Bagh Centre, 31-32-33, Central Market, West Avenue Road, Punjabi Bagh (West), New Delhi - 110026, Ph: 011-45634000

New Delhi . In the figure shown the block of mass m is in equilibrium initially.. (B). 31-32-33. Each question has four choices (A). 1. (C) and (D) out of which ONE OR MORE may be correct. 2k cos θ θθ mg (B) Initial elongation of the spring is . West Avenue Road. Now the block is pushed down by a slight distance and released. Central Market. Each layer is of equal area of cross-section.PT-III-(Paper-2)-PCM-IITJEE/18 2 S SEEC CTTIIO ONN –– 1 1:: P PHHY YSSIIC CSS PART – A (Multi Correct Choice Type) This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Then m2 m1 m3 (A) outer shell will have no contribution in gravitational field at point P (B) force on P is directed towards O P Gm1m2 r (C) force on P is r1 O r2 Gm1m3 (D) force on P is r2 r2 space for rough work FIITJEE Ltd. m 2k cos2 θ m (C) Time period of oscillation of the block is 2π . Punjabi Bagh (West). Ph: 011-45634000 . (springs are identical and massless having spring constant k) Then mg (A) Initial elongation of the spring is . 2k cos2 θ m (D) Time period of oscillation of the block is 2π . Which of the Inner Outer following actions will result in lowering the temperature θ of the layer layer interface? 1000ºC 100ºC (A) by increasing the thermal conductivity of outer layer (B) by increasing the thermal conductivity of inner layer (C) by increasing thickness of outer layer (D) by increasing thickness of inner layer θ 3. 2k cos θ 2. Two concentric spherical shells masses m1 and m2 and radii r1 and r2 .110026. Punjabi Bagh Centre. The temperature drop through a two layers furnace wall is 900ºC.

s. Punjabi Bagh Centre. A mixture of two diatomic gases X and Y is enclosed in a container at constant temperature. A particle of mass m is moving in a field where the potential energy is given by U(x) = U0 (1 − cos ax) . (C) The pressure exerted by X is 1/8th that by Y.PT-III-(Paper-2)-PCM-IITJEE/18 3 4. The position (x) and time (t) equation of the block is x = x 0 + a sin ω t . 7. 8. Punjabi Bagh (West). Central Market. molecular speed of translation of X is 1/4th that of Y. A block A of mass m connected with a spring of force constant k is executing SHM on a frictionless surface. The x coordinate of a particle moving on x axis is given by x = 3 sin100t + 8cos2 50t where x is in cm and t is time in seconds. The molecular weight of X is 16 times that of Y and mass of the gas X is 2 times that of Y. West Avenue Road. space for rough work FIITJEE Ltd.110026. (D) The pressure exerted by X is 8 times that by Y. 31-32-33. Ph: 011-45634000 .m.. Then (A) The average molecular kinetic energy of X equals that of Y (B) The r. where U0 and a are constants and x is the displacement from mean position . Then (for small oscillations) m (A) the time period is T = 2π (B) the speed of particle is maximum at x = 0 aU0 π m (C) the amplitude of oscillations must be (D) the time period is T = 2π 2 a a U0 5. An identical block B moving towards negative x-axis with velocity v0 collides A v0 B x elastically with block A at time t = 0. In the isothermal expansion of an ideal gas: (A) there is no change in the temperature of the gas (B) there is no change in the internal energy of the gas (C) the work done by the gas is equal to the heat supplied to the gas (D) the work done by the gas is equal to the change in its internal energy. New Delhi . Then m (A) displacement time equation of A after collision will be x = x 0 − v 0 sin ωt k m (B) displacement time equation of A after collision will be x = x 0 + v 0 sin ωt k (C) velocity of B just after collision will be a ω towards positive x-direction. (D) velocity of B just after collision will be v0 towards positive x-direction. Which of the following is/are correct about this motion (A) The motion of the particle is not SHM (B) The amplitude of the SHM of the particle is 5cm (C) The amplitude of the resultant SHM is 73 cm (D) The maximum displacement of the particle from the origin is 9 cm 6.

Each question has 4 choices (a). Magnitude of velocity of object at the centre of the tunnel 1 (A) πGλ r (B) πGλ r 2 1 (C) 2 πGλ r (D) πGλ r 3 C11-12 : Comprehension for Question Nos. (c) and (d). 4Po) Consider a monoatomic ideal gas undergoing a process AB as shown in figure. An object of mass m is left in the tunnel r/2 r at the surface at t = 0 . Ph: 011-45634000 . 31-32-33. Po) B V 11. Time taken by the object to reach the centre of the tunnel? Will be 3π π (A) (B) 16Gλ 16Gλ π 3π (C) (D) 4Gλ Gλ 10. New Delhi . 9 to 10 Consider a planet of radius r having density λ. A tunnel λ kg/m3 is dug inside it at a distance r/2 from it’s centre as shown in figure. Punjabi Bagh (West). Punjabi Bagh Centre. out of which ONLY ONE is correct C9-10 : Comprehension for Question Nos. 22 21 (A) Vo (B) Vo 8 8 23 25 (C) Vo (D) Vo 8 8 space for rough work FIITJEE Ltd. (4Vo. then 9. 11 to 12 P A (Vo. 21 23 (A) To (B) To 16 16 25 27 (C) To (D) To 16 16 12. Central Market. multiple choice question have to be answered. West Avenue Road.PT-III-(Paper-2)-PCM-IITJEE/18 4 Comprehension Type This section contains 2 paragraph C9-10 and C11-12 Based upon each paragraph.. Volume at which rate of heat exchange is zero. Find the maximum temperature of the gas if temperature at A is To.110026. (b).

1. An ideal monoatomic gas is taken round the cycle ABCDA as shown in the P – V diagram (see figure). pv The work done during the cycle is then n = ? n D(P. Ph: 011-45634000 . This ring is placed on a smooth horizontal floor & is given angular velocity ω = 2 rad / s about its centre. then n = ? 3.PT-III-(Paper-2)-PCM-IITJEE/18 5 SECTION – C (Integer Type) This section contains 8 questions. New Delhi .V) V 5. 31-32-33. Period of 900 n 2L oscillations T = 2π then n = ? 3g P B(2P. Punjabi Bagh (West). Distance between two adjacent 3 nodes is n cm. The answer to each question is a single-digit integer. Find out stress in the ring (mass per unit length of wire λ = 1 kg/m) 2. Find k space for rough work FIITJEE Ltd. A system of two identical rods (L shaped) of mass m. Where X is in cm and t is in seconds. A disturbance given by the equation y(x. Punjabi Bagh Centre. Central Market. so as to make it escape from earth gravitational pull and reach infinity. length P L. West Avenue Road. ranging from 0 to 9. System rest on a peg p as shown in the figure. A satellite is moving in a circular orbit around earth at a height R above earth surface(R being radius of earth) It’s velocity should be increased to k times its initial orbital speed value.2V) 4. The correct digit below the question number in the ORS is to be bubbled..110026. A string is stretched along the X axis.t) = πx 4 sin cos (10πt ) .2V) A(P. A thin wire of area of cross-section A = 10 −2 m2 is used to make a ring of radius r = 10 −1m .V) C(2P.

The resulting amplitude is equal to the amplitude of aπ individual motions. then a= 6 8. A particle is subjected to two simple harmonic motions in the same direction having equal amplitudes and equal frequency. Punjabi Bagh Centre. If the a l period of small oscillations is π . Inner and outer radii of the shell are R and R l 2R respectively. Punjabi Bagh (West). West Avenue Road. Inner surface of a cylindrical shell of length l and of material of T1 T2 thermal conductivity k is kept at constant temperature T1 and outer surface of the cylinder is kept at constant temperature T2 such that ( T1 > T2 ) as shown in figure. A uniform rod is placed on two spinning wheels l/2 l/2 as shown in the figure.e. Due to lack of space this cylinder has to be replaced 2R l R by a smaller cylinder of length . a= 2µg space for rough work FIITJEE Ltd. 31-32-33.110026. then find the value of n.PT-III-(Paper-2)-PCM-IITJEE/18 6 6.. The axes of the wheels are separated by l. 7. Ph: 011-45634000 . inner and outer radii and R 2 4 respectively and thermal conductivity of material nk. If the phase difference between them is . New Delhi . If rate of radial outward heat flow remains same for same temperatures of inner and outer surface i. T1 and T2. The coefficient of friction between the rod and the wheel is µ. Heat flows from inner surface to outer surface radially outward. Central Market.

OH CH3 O (C) CH3OCH2CH2CH3 (D) CH3CCH2CH3 CH3 4. KOH space for rough work FIITJEE Ltd. (Q) and (R) are positional isomer (B) (P) and (S) are formed by different reaction mechanism (C) The C – Cl bond in (S) is longer than that in (Q) (D) (S) can undergo dehydrochlorination (loss of HCl) reaction when treated with alc. Central Market.110026. ( X ) ii H O/H+ → CH3 CH − CHCH3 () 2 OH Which of the following compound(s) can be (X) in the above reaction? (A) CH3CH2CH2CH3 (B) CH3CH = CHCH3 (C) CH3C ≡ CCH3 (D) CH3CH2CH = CH2 3.. Q = 43% and R = 5% Choose correct statements (A) (P). (B). Each question has four choices (A). Ph: 011-45634000 . New Delhi .C . (C) and (D) out of which ONE OR MORE may be correct. Cl (1 eq ) ( S ) ← 2 Light Cl2 /FeCl3 → (P ) + ( Q ) + (R ) The product yield in the above reaction is: P = 52%. Punjabi Bagh (West). 1. Which of the following is/are the functional isomer(s) of n-butanol(C4H9OH)? CH3 (A) CH3CH2OCH2CH3 (B) CH3 .PT-III-(Paper-2)-PCM-IITJEE/18 7 S SEEC CTTIIO ONN –– 2 2 :: C CHHE EMMIIS STTR RYY PART – A (Multi Correct Choice Type) This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. West Avenue Road. 31-32-33. Which of the following compound(s) forms C2H6 when react(s) with C2H5MgBr? (A) HC ≡ CH (B) CH3C ≡ CCH3 (C) H2O (D) CH3OH OH (i) CF3COOOH 2. Punjabi Bagh Centre.

CH3 Cl Cl 6. Punjabi Bagh (West). Punjabi Bagh Centre. H Cl Cl Cl C C C C Cl H H H (X) (Y) The correct order of the physical properties of (X) and (Y) is: (A) Boiling point: X < Y (B) Melting point: X > Y (C) Solubility in water: X < Y (D) Dipole moment: X > Y 8. Ph: 011-45634000 . New Delhi . 31-32-33.. Which of the following compound(s) undergo(es) elimination reaction to form 1. 3-butadiene) CH3CHCHCH3 (A) (B) ClCH2CH2CH2CH2Cl Cl Cl Cl CH3CH2CHCH2Cl (C) (D) CH3CH2C . Which of the following molecule(s) display(s) optical isomerism? (A) CH3CH2CHCH2Cl (B) CH3 Cl CH3 (C) CH3CHCH2CHCl (D) F CH3 Br CH2F space for rough work FIITJEE Ltd. Central Market. 3-butadiene? CH2 = CH – CH = CH2(1. West Avenue Road. Which of the following species exert stronger –I effect than ‘Cl’ in a particular compound? (A) F (B) NO2 (C) CH3 (D) Br 7.PT-III-(Paper-2)-PCM-IITJEE/18 8 5.110026.

How many monobromo product(s) display(s) geometrical isomerism? (A) 2 (B) 4 (C) 1 (D) 3 space for rough work FIITJEE Ltd.. Ph: 011-45634000 . West Avenue Road. 9 to 10 OH Conc.H2SO4 CH3 − CH2 − C − CH3 High Temperature → (P ) + ( Q ) + (R ) CH2CH2CH3 In the above reaction. 11. Punjabi Bagh (West). New Delhi . The products are 1. Central Market. How many products contain bromine atom at allylic positions? (A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5 12. Punjabi Bagh Centre. How many carbon atoms are present in ketone(III)? (A) 3 (B) 6 (C) 8 (D) 7 10. (Q) and (R) is: (A) Q > R > P (B) R > Q > P (C) R > P > Q (D) Q > P > R C11-12 : Comprehension for Question Nos. two are 1. 9. 11 to 12 CH3 – CH = CH – CH = CH2 The diene given above reacts with HBr giving six monosubstituted unsaturated bromides. out of which ONLY ONE is correct C9-10 : Comprehension for Question Nos. 4 addition products. 2 as well as 1. the alcohol undergoes dehydration at high temperature forming alkenes (P). (c) and (d). Out of the products. 4-addition products and four are 1. (b). 31-32-33.PT-III-(Paper-2)-PCM-IITJEE/18 9 Comprehension Type This section contains 2 paragraph C9-10 and C11-12 Based upon each paragraph. The order of heat of hydrogenation of (P). (Q) and (R).110026. Answer the following questions on the basis of above write up. multiple choice question have to be answered. 2-addition products. Each question has 4 choices (a). (P ) → ozonolysis Ketone (I) + other products ( Q ) ozonolysis → Ketone (II) + other products (R ) ozonolysis → Ketone (III) + other products Ketone(I) contains four carbon atoms Ketone(II) contains five carbon atoms Answer the following questions on the basis of above write up.

PT-III-(Paper-2)-PCM-IITJEE/18 10 SECTION – C (Integer Type) This section contains 8 questions. How many stereoisomer(s) is/are possible for the following compound? (Do not count this compound as an isomer) OH (d .AlCl3 ( excess ) If the no. Punjabi Bagh Centre.H2 SO4 → Product How many π-bond(pi-bonds) is/are present in the organic product of above reaction? 8. New Delhi . 1. The answer to each question is a single-digit integer. The correct digit below the question number in the ORS is to be bubbled. West Avenue Road.110026. of carbon atom(s) present in the largest possible product of above reaction is X. if inductive effect is assumed to be the only deciding factor for acidic strength? 2. Br2/H2O. 3-diol) OH COONa Kolbe ' s electrolysis 3. The molecular formula of a monocarboxylic acid is C5H10O2. KMnO4/H+/∆ and H2/Ni How many of the above reagent(s) is/are used usually to check the unsaturation of acyclic aliphatic hydrocarbons? space for rough work FIITJEE Ltd. Punjabi Bagh (West). ranging from 0 to 9. Br2/CCl4. CH3CHCH2CH = CHCH3 Cl How many stereoisomer(s) is/are possible for the above compound? 2( ) 3 ( NaNH 2 eq ) CH Cl excess 6. Central Market. CH3 − C ≡ CH dil. HBr. H3O+.cyclohexan -1. 31-32-33. → Products COONa How many aromatic product(s) is/are formed in the above reaction? 4. X then is 2 5.. CH3Cl( excess ) → Product Anhy. How many CH3 group(s) is/are present in its least acidic isomer. KMnO4/OH–/Cold. HC ≡ CH → ( X ) → (Y) How many carbon atom(s) is/are present in the end product(Y) in above reaction? HgSO 4 7. Ph: 011-45634000 .

. then value/values of n are (n ∈ I) : (A) 5 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 6 7.. Central Market... having played 3 games each... If α is a complex constant such that αz 2 + z + α = 0 has a real root. b are real numbers such that ( x + iy ) = a + ib. two class players fell ill.110026... Punjabi Bagh Centre.. ω2 . West Avenue Road. + 2n+1Cn −1 (D) 2n + 1 1/5 x y 2. (C) and (D) out of which ONE OR MORE may be correct. and p = − . ωn−1 are the n. then: (A) α + α = 1 (B) α + α = 0 (C) α + α = −1 (D) the absolute value of the real root is 1 space for rough work FIITJEE Ltd. 2 − ωn−1 equals:( ) ( ) n (A) 2 − 1 (B) n C1 + nC2 + .. If the total number of games played is 84... In a class tournament when the participants were to play one game with another. (B)..nπ] . the number of participants at the beginning was: (A) 15 (B) 30 6 (C) C2 (D) 48 4. Ph: 011-45634000 . The solution of the equation cos103 x − sin103 x = 1 is: π (A) − (B) 0 2 π (C) (D) π 2 6. If 1.... 31-32-33.PT-III-(Paper-2)-PCM-IITJEE/18 11 S SEEC CTTIIO ONN –– 3 3:: M MAAT THHE EMMA ATTIIC CSS PART – A (Multi Correct Choice Type) This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. 1. Let n = 3100 . + nCn 1/2 (C) 2n C0 + 2n+1C1 + 2n+1C2 + .. ω.. then ( 2 − ω) 2 − ω2 . Each question has four choices (A). a... nth roots of unity. then for n: (A) unit’s digit is 1 (B) ten’s digit is 0 (C) unit’s digit is 7 (D) ten’s digit is 2 5... New Delhi . If x. If sin2 x − 2 sin x − 1 = 0 has exactly four different solutions in x ∈ [0. Punjabi Bagh (West). then: a b (A) ( a − b ) is a factor of p (B) ( a + b ) is a factor of p (C) a + ib is a factor of p (D) a − ib is a factor of p 3. y.

. (c) and (d). For example.3. 9 to 10 Let set S = {1. 31-32-33.n} be a set of first n natural numbers and A ⊆ S . by 6m 1 6m 1 3 putting x = we get 6m Cr r = 2 r =0 2 2 6m 11. is (A) r (B) (n − r ) (C) n − r + 1 (D) r + 1 10. Central Market. Let z. By putting different values of x on both sides. (b)..PT-III-(Paper-2)-PCM-IITJEE/18 12 8.. is n −k (A) Cr −1 (B) n Cr −1 n −k +1 n −k (C) Cr −1 (D) Cr −1 C11-12 : Comprehension for Question Nos. The value of C2r is r =0 (A) 23m (B) 0 if m is odd (C) −23m if m is even (D) None of these space for rough work FIITJEE Ltd... New Delhi . multiple choice question have to be answered. The greatest value of min (A).. Punjabi Bagh Centre.. Ph: 011-45634000 . out of which ONLY ONE is correct C9-10 : Comprehension for Question Nos. Punjabi Bagh (West). Suppose n (A) represents cardinal number and min (A) represents least number among the elements of set A.110026. r =0 we can get summation of several series involving binomial coefficients. Each question has 4 choices (a).2. 1 ≤ r ≤ n . where A ⊆ S and n ( A ) = r. ωz and z + ωz represent three vertices of ∆ABC where ω is cube root unity. The number of subsets A of S for which n ( A ) = r and min ( A ) = k. 9. West Avenue Road. then: 2 2 (A) centroid of ∆ABC is ( z + ωz ) (B) orthocenter of ∆ABC is ( z + ωz ) 3 3 2 2 (C) circumcenter of ∆ABC is ( z + ωz ) (D) incenter of ∆ABC is ( z + ωz ) 3 3 Comprehension Type This section contains 2 paragraph C9-10 and C11-12 Based upon each paragraph. xr . The value of r =0 6m Cr 2r /2 is equal to 36m 3m (A) 2 ( (B) 1 + 2 ) 3m ( (C) 3 + 2 2 ) (D) None of these 3m ( −1) r 6m 12. 11 to 12 6m = 6m Consider the identity (1 + x ) 6m Cr .

Punjabi Bagh Centre. The value of C0 − + − + _________is p then 21p is 2 3 4 8. The correct digit below the question number in the ORS is to be bubbled. 31-32-33. New Delhi . 0 ≤ x < 2π. ranging from 0 to 9.110026. If cos−1 λ + cos−1 µ + cos−1 γ = 3π . is B C 3. i j k . The number of solutions of the equation 16sin x + 16cos x = 10. West Avenue Road. The answer to each question is a single-digit integer. Punjabi Bagh (West). ( If sin−1 x ) + ( sin y ) + ( sin z ) −1 −1 = 4 . then the value of λµ + µγ + γλ is ___________ 2 2 2 3π2 5. If the number of zeroes at the end of 130! is 2n .PT-III-(Paper-2)-PCM-IITJEE/18 13 SECTION – C (Integer Type) This section contains 8 questions. then the value of cot cot is ______ 2 2 4. r = n Cr is less than 50000. Ph: 011-45634000 . if max value of n is equal to i=0 j=0 k = 0 2 2 2. the least value of (r1 + r2 + r3 ) is ______ r space for rough work FIITJEE Ltd.. Central Market. In any triangle ABC. then the value of n is ___________ 20 20 20 20 C1 C2 C3 7. n n n n n n n 1. If b + c = 3a. then the maximum value of x + y + z is ________ 6.

ACD 2. 4 8. AC 2. 2 6.. AC 4. 2 3. 4 6. AC 7. AC 4. 9 FIITJEE Ltd. ABC 8. 4 7. A 9. AC 7. 4 7. Punjabi Bagh (West). 6 5. AB 6. ABC 8. 3 6. C 12. AB 5. BD 6. 1 8. 3 5. A 10. ACD 8. ABCD 3. Central Market. 2 4. BD 5. ABC 5. B 10. 4 Mathematics Part – A 1. ABC 9. 1 8. 8 3. Punjabi Bagh Centre. New Delhi . A 11. B Part – C 1. C 10. 3 2.PT-III-(Paper-2)-PCM-IITJEE/18 14 BATCHES – PHASE – III PAPER – II ANSWER KEY Physics Part – A 1. AD 3. 4 Chemistry Part – A 1. 31-32-33. 1 4. B 3. C 12.110026. AB 6. 5 7. D Part – C 1. AC 9. ABD 4. 1 5. 4 2. C 11. ABC 2. 5 2. 2 4. Ph: 011-45634000 . C 12. B Part – C 1. West Avenue Road. AB 7. A or D 11. 3 3.

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