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Mock Test 5

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5 JEE MAIN
MOCK TEST
Time : 3 hrs. Max. Marks : 360

INSTRUCTIONS
• Chemistry (120 marks) : Question No. 1 to 30 are of 4 marks each.

• Physics (120 marks) : Question No. 31 to 60 are of 4 marks each.

• Mathematics (120 marks) : Question No. 61 to 90 are of 4 marks each.


• Negative Marking : One fourth (¼) marks will be deducted for indicating incorrect
response of each question.

2. Given
CHEMISTRY (A) n = 5, ml = + 1
(B) n = 2, l =1, ml = –1, ms = –l/2
1. In which of the following arrangements, the The maximum number of electron(s) in an atom
sequence is not strictly according to the property that can have the quantum numbers as given in
written against it? (A) and (B) are respectively:
(a) CO2 < SiO2 < SnO2 < PbO2: increasing (a) 25 and 1 (b) 8 and 1 (c) 2 and 4 (d) 4 and 1
oxidising power 3. Aluminothermy used for on the spot welding of
(b) NH3 < PH3 < AsH3 < SbH3: increasing large iron structure is based on the fact that-
(a) As compared to iron, aluminium has greater
basic strength affinity for oxygen.
(c) HF < HCl < HBr < HI: increasing acid (b) As compared to aluminium, iron has greater
strength affinity for oxygen.
(d) B < C < O < N: increasing first ionisation (c) Reaction between aluminium and oxygen is
endothermic.
enthalpy.
(d) Reaction between iron and oxygen is
endothermic.
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4. Which of the following shows the tendency to 10. Which of the following ions are optically active?
form peroxide?
en en
(a) Lithium (b) Magnesium Cl + Cl +
(c) Beryllium (d) Radium
5. A 1.0 M solution with respect to each of the metal
Co Co
halides AX 3 , BX 2 , CX 3 and DX 2 is
electrolysed using platinum electrodes. If
Cl Cl
E° 3+ = 1.50V, E° 2+ = 0.3V, E° 3+ = –0.74V, en en
A /A B /B C /C
I II
E° 2+ = – 2.37 V. The correct sequence in which en
D /D 3+ en +
Cl
the various metals are deposited at the cathode is
(a) A, B, C, D (b) A, B, C
(c) D, C, B, A (d) C, B, A en Co Co
6. The correct sequence of decreasing number of
p-bonds in the structures of H2SO3, H2SO4 and Cl
en en
H2S2O7 is :
(a) H2SO3 > H2SO4 > H2S2O7 III IV
(b) H2SO4 > H2S2O7 > H2SO3 (a) I only (b) II only
(c) H2S2O7 > H2SO4 > H2SO3 (c) II and III (d) IV only
(d) H2S2O7 > H2SO3 > H2SO4
11. The pair of compounds having metals in their
7. An ideal gas undergoes isothermal expansion
at constant pressure. During the process : highest oxidation state is:
(a) enthalpy increases but entropy decreases. (a) MnO2 and CrO2Cl2
(b) enthalpy remains constant but entropy (b) [NiCl4]2– and [CoCl4]2–
increases.
(c) [Fe(CN)6]3– and [Cu(CN)2]2–
(c) enthalpy decreases but entropy increases.
(d) Both enthalpy and entropy remain (d) [FeCl4]– and Co2O3
constant. 12. Consider a 0.1M solution of two solutes A and
8. Among the reactions given below for B2H6, the B. A behaves as a non-electrolyte while 80% of
one which does not take place is
B dimerises. Which of the following statement
(a) B2H6 + HCl ¾¾ ® B2H5Cl + H2
is correct regarding these solutions?
D
(b) 2B2H6 + 6NH3 ¾¾® B3N3H6 (borazine) (a) The b.pt of A will be less than B
(c) B2H6 + 2N(CH3)3 ¾¾
® 2(CH3)3 NBH3
(b) The osmotic pressure of B will be more than
H 3O + that of A
(d) B2H6 + 6C2H4 ¾¾¾® 3C2 H5OH +
2B(OH)3 (c) The freezing point of solution A will be less
9. Copper crystallises in fcc with a unit length of than that of B
361pm. What is the radius of copper atom ?
(a) 157 pm (b) 128 pm (d) Boiling points of both solutions will be
(c) 108 pm (d) 181 pm same.
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13. A metal gives two chlorides A and B. A gives 18. The rate of SN1 reaction is fastest in the
black precipitate with NH4OH and B gives white. hydrolysis of which of the following halides ?
With KI, B gives a red precipitate soluble in (a) C6H5CH2Br (b) CH3Br
excess of KI. A and B are respectively (c) (CH3)2CHBr (d) (CH3)3CBr
(a) HgCl2 and Hg2Cl2 (b) Hg2Cl2 and HgCl2 19. Two elements A & B form compounds having
(c) HgCl2 and ZnCl2 (d) ZnCl2 and HgCl2 molecular formulae AB 2 and AB4 . When
dissolved in 20.0 g of benzene 1.00g of AB2
14. In which reaction, there is change in oxidation
lowers f.p. by 2.30C whereas 1.00g of AB4 lowers
number of N
f.p. by 1.30C. The molal depression constant for
(a) 2NO2 ® N2O4 benzene in 1000g is 5.1. The atomic masses of A
(b) NH4OH ® NH4+ + OH– and B are
(a) 52, 48 (b) 42, 25
(c) N2O5 + H2O ® 2HNO3 (c) 25, 42 (d) None
(d) 2NO2 + H2O ® HNO3 + HNO2 20. To detect iodine in presence of bromine, the
15. Potassium permanganate acts as an oxidant in sodium extract is treated with NaNO 2 + glacial
neutral, alkaline as well as acidic media. The final acetic acid + CCl4 . Iodine is detected by the
products obtained from it in the three conditions appearance of
are, respectively (a) yellow colour of CCl4 layer
(a) MnO42–, Mn3+ and Mn2+ (b) purple colour of CCl4
(b) MnO2, MnO2 and Mn2+ (c) brown colour in the organic layer of CCl4
(c) MnO2, MnO2+ and Mn3+ (d) deep blue colour in CCl4
(d) MnO, MnO2 and Mn2+ 21. An element (atomic mass =100 g/mol) having
bcc structure has unit cell edge 400pm. The
16. The number of p electrons present in 6.4 g of density (in g/cm3) of the element is
calcium carbide is – (NA = Avagadro’s number) (a) 10.376 (b) 5.19
(a) 4 NA (b) 0.4 NA (c) 7.289 (d) 2.144
(c) 0.1 NA (d) 0.2 NA 22. An organic compound A (C4H10O) has two
enantiomeric forms and on dehydration it gives
17. An organic compound ‘X’ on ozonolysis B(major product) and C (minor product). B and
followed by reduction with Zn/H2O gives 2 moles C are treated with HBr/ Peroxide and the
O O O compounds so produced were subjected to
|| || || alkaline hydrolysis then-
of H - C - H and H - C - CH 2 - C - H . ‘X’ is (a) B will give an isomer of A
(a) CH2 = CH – CH2 – CH = CH2 (b) C will give an isomer of A
(b) CH2 = CH–CH2–CH2–CH = CH2 (c) Neither of them will give isomer of A
(c) H– C º C –C ºC–H (d) Both B and C will give isomer of A
(d) CH2 = CH – CH = CH2
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23. A reaction is found to be second order w.r.t. one of 25. Concentration of NH4Cl and NH4OH in a buffer
the reactants & has rate constant of 0.5 mol–1 dm3 solution is in the ratio of 1 : 1, Kb for NH4OH is
min–1. If initial concentration is 0.2 mol dm–3 then 10–10. The pH of the buffer is
t1/2 of reaction is
(a) 4 (b) 5
(a) 5 min (b) 10 min
(c) 9 (d) 11
(c) 15 min (d) 20 min
24. The major product expected from the following 26. Statement-1 : Amines are basic in nature.
reaction is : Statement-2 : Presence of lone pair of electron
CH2OH O on nitrogen atom.
HO2C (a) Statement-1 is true, Statement-2 is true,
HCl(g)/CCl4 Statement-2 is a correct explanation for
NH2
Statement -1
(b) Statement -1 is true, Statement-2 is true ;
OH Statement-2 is NOT a correct explanation
O for Statement - 1
(c) Statement - 1 is true, Statement-2 is false
HO2C O
(d) Statement -1 is false, Statement-2 is true
(a)
NH2
OH (i) NaNO2HCl
27. A. Compound ‘A’ is
CH2OH O (ii) CuCl
(b)
HO2C
NH2 Cl
NO2
Cl (a) (b)

O
O NO2
(c) Cl
O
NH2 (c) (d)

OH 28. The standard reduction potential of


O Li+/Li, Ba2+/Ba, Na+/Na and Mg2+/Mg are –3.05,
–2.73, –2.71 and –2.37 volts respectively. Which
(d) HO C
2 O one of the following is strongest oxidising agent?
(a) Na+ (b) Li+
(c) Ba2+ (d) Mg2+
Cl
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29. Allyl phenyl ether can be prepared by heating:
(a) C6H5Br + CH2 = CH – CH2 – ONa PHYSICS
(b) CH2 = CH – CH2 – Br + C6H5ONa 31. A person climbs up a stalled escalator in 60 s. If
(c) C6H5 – CH = CH – Br + CH3 – ONa standing on the same but escalator running with
constant velocity he takes 40 s. How much time is
(d) CH2 = CH – Br + C6H5 – CH2 – ONa
taken by the person to walk up the moving escalator?
Cº N (a) 37 s (b) 27 s
30. + C6H5MgBr (c) 24 s (d) 45 s
32. In the circuit shown, the total current supplied
Ether H3O+ by the battery is
¾¾¾® A ¾¾¾¾
® Ba
B
O
C 6W
(a) 2W 3W
A C

6 volts
1.5W
N–MgBr
C
(b) D
(a) 2 ampere (b) 4 ampere
(c) 1 ampere (d) 6 ampere
N–H 33. Two periodic waves of intensities I1 and I2 pass
C through a region at the same time in the same
(c) direction. The sum of the maximum and minimum
intensities is
(a) 2 (I1 + I2) (b) I1 + I2
N–OH
C (c) ( I1 + I 2 ) 2 (d) ( I1 - I 2 ) 2
(d) 34. Three identical spheres, each of mass 1 kg are
kept as shown in figure, touching each other,
with their centres on a straight line. If their centres
are marked P, Q, R respectively, the distance of
centre of mass of the system from P is
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y harmonic motion with frequency
1 AgP0 1 V0 MP0
(a) (b)
P Q R 2p V0 M 2p A 2 g
x

1 A 2 gP0 1 MV0
(c) (d)
PQ + PR + QR PQ + PR 2p MV0 2p AgP0
(a) (b)
3 3
38. A wooden block of volume 1000 cc is suspended
PQ + QR PR + QR from a spring balance. It weighs 12 N in air. It is
(c) (d)
3 3 then held suspended in water with half of it inside
35. Relative permittivity and permeability of a water. What would be the reading in spring
material e r and m r , respectively. Which of the balance now?
(a) 10 N (b) 9 N
following values of these quantities are allowed
(c) 8 N (d) 7 N
for a diamagnetic material?
39. The correct graph between the gravitational
(a) e r = 0.5, m r = 1.5 (b) e r = 1.5, mr = 0.5 potential (Vg) due to a hollow sphere and distance
from its centre will be
(c) e r = 0.5, m r = 0.5 (d) e r = 1.5, mr = 1.5
r
36. Let there be a spherically symmetric charge
distribution with charge density varying as
(a) Vg (b) Vg
æ5 rö
r(r ) = r0 ç - ÷ upto r = R , and r(r ) = 0
è 4 Rø r
for r > R , where r is the distance from the origin.
+Vg
The electric field at a distance r(r < R) from the +Vg r = Re r r = Re r
origin is given by
r0 r æ 5 r ö 4pr0 r æ 5 r ö (c) d)
(a) çè - ÷ø (b) ç - ÷
4e 0 3 R 3e 0 è 3 R ø
r0 r æ 5 r ö r0 r æ 5 r ö –Vg –Vg
(c) çè - ÷ø (d) ç - ÷
3ε 0 è 4 R ø
4ε0 4 R 40. In a cubical vessel are enclosed n molecules of a
37. An ideal gas enclosed in a vertical cylindrical gas each having a mass m and an average speed
container supports a freely moving piston of v. If l is the length of each edge of the cube, the
mass M. The piston and the cylinder have equal pressure exerted by the gas will be
cross sectional area A. When the piston is in
equilibrium, the volume of the gas is V0 and its n mv 2 n m2 v
(a) (b)
pressure is P0. The piston is slightly displaced l3 2 l3
from the equilibrium position and released.
Assuming that the system is completely isolated m nv 2 nmv
(c) (d)
from its surrounding, the piston executes a simple 3l 3
2l
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41. The half life of a radioactive substance is 20 45. A particle of mass m1 collides head-on with
minutes. The approximate time interval (t2 – t1) another stationary particle of mass m2 (m2 > m1).
2 The collision is perfectly inelastic. The fraction
between the time t2 when of it had decayed
3 of kinetic energy which is converted into heat in
1 this collision is
and time t1 when of it had decayed is :
3
(a) m2/(m1 + m2) (b) m1/(m1 + m2)
(a) 14 min (b) 20 min
(c) 28 min (d) 7 min (c) m1/(m1 – m2) (d) m2/(m1 – m2)
42. A sphere, a cube and a thin circular plate all made 46. The instantaneous values of current and voltage
of the same material and having the same mass, in an A.C. circuit are I = 4 sin wt and E = 100 cos
are initially heated to a temperature of 200oC.
Which of these objects will cool slowest when æ pö
ç wt + ÷ respectively. The phase difference
left in air at room temperature? è 3ø
(a) the sphere (b) the cube between voltage and current is
(c) the circular plate (d) all will cool at same rate
p 2p
43. An engine operates by taking n moles of an ideal (a) (b)
gas through the cycle ABCDA shown in figure. 3 3
The thermal efficiency of the engine is : (Take
5p 7p
Cv =1.5 R, where R is gas constant) (c) (d)
6 6
B C
2P0 47. Which of the following units denotes the
(a) 0.24
ML2
dimension , where Q denotes the electric
(b) 0.15 P Q2
P0
A
D charge?
(c) 0.32 (a) Wb/m2 (b) Henry (H)
(c) H/m2 (d) Weber (Wb)
V0 2V0
48. Wires 1 and 2 carrying currents i 1 and i 2
(d) 0.08 V respectively are inclined at an angle θ to each
44. An electromagnetic wave in vacuum has the other. What is the force on a small element dl of
r r
electric and magnetic field E and B , which are wire 2 at a distance of r from wire 1 (as shown in
figure) due to the magnetic field of wire 1?
always perpendicular to each other. The
r (a) m 0 i1i2 dl tan q
direction of polarization is given by X and that 2 pr 1 2
r
of wave propagation by k . Then m0
r r r r r (b) i1i2 dl sin q i
(a) X || B and k || B ´ E 2pr 1
r i2
m0
r r r r r (c) i1i2 dl cos q q dl
(b) X || E and k || E ´ B 2pr
r r r r r m0
(c) X || B and k || E ´ B (d) i1i2 dl sin q
4 pr
r r r r r
(d) X || E and k || B ´ E
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49. In Young's double slit experiment, one of the slit is loop exists everywhere with half the loop outside
wider than other, so that amplitude of the light from the field, as shown in figure. The induced emf is
one slit is double of that other slit. If Im be the
maximum intensity, the resultant intensity I when
they interfere at phase difference f is given by :
L v
Im Im æ 2 fö
(a) (4 + 5 cos f) (b) ç 1 + 2cos ÷
9 3 è 2ø
Im æ 2 fö Im æ 2 fö
(c) ç 1 + 4 cos ÷ (d) ç 1 + 8 cos ÷
5 è 2ø 9 è 2ø (a) zero (b) RvB
50. A pendulum consists of a wooden bob of mass (c) vBL/R (d) vBL
m and length ‘l’. A bullet of mass m1 is fired
53. The current gain of a common emitter amplifier
towards the pendulum with a speed v1 . The
is 69. If the emitter current is 7.0 mA, collector
bullet emerges out of the bob with a speed v1/3,
current is :
and the bob just completes motion along a
(a) 9.6 mA (b) 6.9 mA
vertical circle. Then v1 is
(c) 0.69 mA (d) 69 mA
æ mö 3æ m ö 54. Range of frequencies alloted for commercial FM
(a) çè m ÷ø 5g l (b) 2 çè m1 ÷ø
5gl
radio broadcast is
1
(a) 88 to 108 MHz (b) 88 to 108 kHz
2 æ m1 ö æ m1 ö
(c) ç ÷ 5gl (d) çè ÷ø g l (c) 8 to 108 MHz (d) 88 to 108 GHz
3è m ø m
55. A ray of light is incident at an angle of 60° on
51. A boy playing on the roof of a 10 m high building one face of a prism of angle 30°. The ray emerging
throws a ball with a speed of 10m/s at an angle out of the prism makes an angle of 30° with the
of 30º with the horizontal. How far from the incident ray. The emergent ray is
throwing point will the ball be at the height of 10
(a) Normal to the face through which it emerges
m from the ground ?
(b) Inclined at 30° to the face through which it
1 3 emerges
[ g = 10m/s2 , sin 30o = , cos 30o = ]
2 2 (c) Inclined at 60° to the face through which it
(a) 5.20m (b) 4.33m emerges
(c) 2.60m (d) 8.66m (d) Inclined at 90° to the normal at face through
52. A conducting square loop of side L and which it emerges
resistance R moves in its plane with a uniform 56. The anode voltage of a photocell is kept fixed.
velocity v perpendicular to one of its sides. A The wavelength l of the light falling on the
magnetic induction B constant in time and space, cathode is gradually changed. The plate current
pointing perpendicular and into the plane at the I of the photocell varies as follows :
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60. A copper wire of length 1.0 m and a steel wire of
I I
length 0.5 m having equal cross-sectional areas
are joined end to end. The composite wire is
(a) (b) stretched by a certain load which stretches the
O l O l copper wire by 1 mm. If the Young’s modulii of
I I
copper and steel are respectively 1.0 × 1011 Nm–2
and 2.0 × 1011 Nm–2, the total extension of the
composite wire is :
(c) (d) (a) 1.75 mm (b) 2.0 mm
O l O l (c) 1.50 mm (d) 1.25 mm
57. A proton, a deutron and an a particle accelerated
through the same potential difference enter a
region of uniform magnetic field, moving at right
MATHEMATICS
angles to B. What is the ratio of their K.E.? 61. Let f be a composite function of x defined by
(a) 1 : 2 : 2 (b) 2 : 2 : 1 1 1
f (u ) = , u ( x) =
.
(c) 1 : 2 : 1 (d) 1 : 1 : 2 u +u-22 x -1
58. A hydrogen-like atom has one electron revolving Then the number of points x where f is
around a stationary nucleus. The energy discontinuous is :
required to excite the electron from the second (a) 4 (b) 3
orbit to the third orbit is 47.2 eV. The atomic (c) 2 (d) 1
62. If an equation of a tangent to the curve,
number of the atom is
y = cos(x + y), – 1 -1 £ x £ 1 + p, is x + 2y = k
(a) 3 (b) 4
then k is equal to :
(c) 5 (d) 6 (a) l (b) 2
59. In the figure battery B supplies 12 V. Take C1 = 1
mF, C2 = 2 mF, C3 = 3 mF, C4 = 4 mF. Charge on p p
(c) (d)
capacitor C1 when only1 S1 is closed is 4 2
C1 C3
(x 2 - 1)dx
63. If ò æ x2 +1ö
S2 (x 4 + 3x 2 + 1) tan -1 ç ÷
è x ø
C2 C4
S1 = log | tan -1 f (x) | + C, then
+ –
B x 2 +1
(a) 3 mC (b) 9 mC (a) f (x) = x2 + 1 (b) f ( x) =
2x
(c) 6 mC (d) 12 mC
x2 +1 1 2
(c) f (x) = (d) f ( x) = (x + 1)
x 2
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68. The domain of the function
64. If the function f ( x ) = Pe 2 x + Qe x + Rx
f (x) = x - 1 - x 2 is
satisfies the con-ditions f (0) = -1, f ¢(log 2) = 31
log 4 39 é 1 ù é 1 ù
and ò0 (f (x) - Rx)dx = , then (a) ê -1, - úÈê ,1ú (b) [–1, 1]
2 ë 2û ë 2 û
(a) P = 5, Q = -6, R = 3 æ 1ù é 1 ö é 1 ù
(b) P = -5, Q = 6, R = 3 (c) çè -¥, - ú È ê , + ¥ ÷ (d) ê
ø
,1ú
2û ë 2 ë 2 û
(c) P = -5, Q = 6, R = 3 69. If the S.D. of a variable X is s, then the S.D. of
(d) P = 3, Q = 2, R = 3 aX + b
65. The minimum area (sq. units) of triangle formed (a,b,c are constant) is
c
x2 y 2 a a
by the tangent to the 2 + 2 = 1 & coordinate (a) s (b) s
a b c c
axes is
c c
a 2 + b2 (c) s (d) s
(a) ab (b) a a
2
70. Consider the system of equations in x, y, z as
( a + b) 2 a 2 + ab + b2 x sin 3q – y + z = 0, x cos 2q + 4y + 3z = 0,
(c) (d)
2 3 2x + 7y + 7z = 0. If this system has a non-trivial
solution, then for integer n, values of q are given by
x2
66. Area included between y= and
4a æ (–1)n ö æ (–1)n ö
(a) pçn + ÷ (b) p çè n + ÷
8a 3 è 3 ø 4 ø
y= is
x 2 + 4a 2
æ (–1)n ö np
a2 a2 (c) pçn + ÷ø (d)
(a) ( 6p - 4) (b) (4 p + 3) è 6 2
3 3
71. Which of the following is an empty set?
a2 (a) The set of prime numbers which are even
(c) (8p + 3) (d) None of these
3 (b) The solution set of the equation
r r
67. Given that a is ^ to b and p is a non zero scalar 2 (2x + 3) 2
r r r r r r – + 3 = 0; x Î R
if pr + (r .b) a = c then r equals x +1 x +1
r r r r (c) (A × B) Ç (B × A), where A and B are
(a) c / p - éë(b.c) a ùû / p 2 disjoint.
r r r r
(b) a / p - éë (c.a) b ùû / p2 (d) The set of real which satisfy x 2 + ix + i – 1 = 0
r rr r 2
(c) b / p - éë(a.b)c ùû / p
(d) None of these
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72. f (x) = x2 [x] 77. If f : R ® R be a function defined by f (x) = 4x3 –7.
(a) increases in (0,1)
Then
(b) decreases in (0 , 1)
(a) f is one-one -into
(c) increases in (–1,0)
(b) f is many-one - into
(d) None of these
(c) f is many-one onto
73. If y = ex + sin x , then d2x/dy2 is equal to (d) f is bijective
(a) ex – sin x 78. If g = {(1, 1), (2, 3), (3, 5), (4, 7)} is a function
(b) –(ex + cos x)–2 described by the formula, g (x) = a x + b then
(c) – (ex – sin x ) (ex + cos x)–2
what values should be assigned to a and b ?
(d) (sin x – ex) (cos x + ex)–3
(a) a = 1, b = 1 (b) a = 2, b = – 1
74. The sum to n terms of the series
(c) a = 1, b = – 2 (d) a = – 2, b = – 1
1 3 7 15 79. The roots a and b of the quadratic equation
+ + + + .............. is
2 4 8 16
px 2 + qx + r = 0 are real and of opposite signs.
(a) n – 1 – 2 –n (b) 1
The roots of a( x - b) 2 + b( x - a) 2 = 0 are
(c) n – 1 + 2 – n (d) 1 + 2 – n (a) positive (b) negative
75. If f (x) = 3x10 – 7x8 + 5x6 – 21x3 + 3x2 – 7, then (c) of opposite signs (d) non-real
f (1 - a ) - f (1) 80. The value of x for which sin (cot –1 (1+ x)) = cos
lim is (tan–1 x) is
a®0 a3 + 3a (a) 1/2 (b) 1
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(a) - (b) (c) 0 (d) –1/2
3 3 81. The equation k sin q + cos 2q = 2k – 7 possesses a
55 55 solution if :
(c) - (d)
3 3 (a) 2 £ k £ 6 (b) k > 2
76. A survey of 500 television viewers produced the (c) k > 6 (d) k < 2
following information, 285 watch football, 195
watch hockey, 115 watch basket-ball, 45 watch 1 - cos 3 x
football and basket ball, 70 watch football and 82. The value of lim is
x ® 0 x sin x cos x
hockey, 50 watch hockey and basket ball, 50 do
not watch any of the three games. The number 2 3
of viewers, who watch exactly one of the three (a) (b)
5 5
games are
(a) 325 (b) 310 3 3
(c) (d)
(c) 405 (d) 372 2 4
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2x æ 2x ö
83. If y = sin -1 , then which of the following 87.
-1
If y = tan çç ÷, then dy at x = 0 is :
2 2 x +1 ÷
1+ x dx
is not correct? è1+ 2 ø

dy 2 3 2
(a) = for | x |< 1 (a) – log 2 (b) log 2
5 5
dx 1 + x 2
3
dy -2 (c) - log 2 (d) None
(b) = for | x | > 1 2
dx 1 + x 2
dy
(c) = 2 for x = -1 a a2 1+ a3
dx
2 3
dy 88. If b b 1 + b = 0 and the vectors
(d) does not exist at | x | = 1
dx c c2 1 + c3
1
84. If f (x ) = , th e number of points of A = (1,a,a2) ; B = (1, b, b2) ; C = (1,c, c2) are
1- x
discontinuity of f{f [f(x)]} is : non-coplanar then the product abc =
(a) 2 (b) 1 (a) 0 (b) 1
(c) 0 (d) infinite
(c) –1 (d) None
85. The value of cos 255° + sin 195° is
89. A and B are two independent witnesses (i.e. there
3 -1 3 -1
(a) (b) is no collusion between them) in a case. The
2 2 2
probability that A will speak the truth is x and
æ 3 -1ö 3 +1 the probability that B will speak the truth is y. A
(c) - çç ÷÷ (d)
è 2 ø 2 and B agree in a certain statement. The
86. If the slope of the tangent at (x, y) to a curve probability that the statement is true is
æ pö x–y xy
passing thr ough ç 1, ÷ is given by (a) (b)
è 4ø x+y 1 + x + y + xy
y æ yö
- cos 2 ç ÷ , then the equation of the curve is x–y xy
x èxø (c) (d)
1 – x – y + 2 xy 1 – x – y + 2 xy
(a) y = tan -1 log (e / x )
90. Let x1 and y1 be real numbers. If z1 and z2 are
y = e1+ cot
( y / x)
(b) complex numbers such that |z1| = |z2| = 4, then
(c) y = x tan -1 log(e / x )
|x1z1 – y1z2|2 + |y1z1 + x1z2|2 =
(d) y = e1+tan(y/x) (a) 32(x12 + y12) (b) 16(x12 + y12)

(c) 4(x12 + y12) (d) (


8 x12 + y12 )
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Hints & Solutions


Mock Test-5
ANSWER KEY
1 (b) 16 (b) 31 (c) 46 (c) 61 (b) 76 (a)
2 (b) 17 (a) 32 (b) 47 (b) 62 (d) 77 (d)
3 (a) 18 (a) 33 (a) 48 (c) 63 (d) 78 (b)
4 (d) 19 (c) 34 (b) 49 (d) 64 (a) 79 (c)
5 (b) 20 (b) 35 (b) 50 (b) 65 (a) 80 (d)
6 (c) 21 (b) 36 (a) 51 (d) 66 (a) 81 (a)
7 (b) 22 (b) 37 (c) 52 (d) 67 (a) 82 (c)
8 (d) 23 (b) 38 (d) 53 (b) 68 (d) 83 (c)
9 (b) 24 (c) 39 (c) 54 (a) 69 (b) 84 (a)
10 (c) 25 (a) 40 (c) 55 (a) 70 (c) 85 (c)
11 (a) 26 (a) 41 (b) 56 (d) 71 (c) 86 (c)
12 (b) 27 (c) 42 (a) 57 (d) 72 (c) 87 (a)
13 (b) 28 (d) 43 (b) 58 (c) 73 (d) 88 (c)
14 (d) 29 (a) 44 (b) 59 (b) 74 (c) 89 (d)
15 (b) 30 (a) 45 (a) 60 (d) 75 (b) 90 (a)

Solutions
CHEMISTRY 5. (b) The more the reduction potential, the more
is the deposition of metals at cathode. Cation
1. (b) Correct order of increasing basic strength having E° value less than – 0.83 V (reduction
is NH3 > PH3 > AsH3 > SbH3 > BiH3 potential of H2 O) will not deposit from
2. (b) (i) n = 5 means l = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 aqueous solution.
since m = + 1 6. (c) Number of p-bonds
hence total no. of electrons will be O O
= 0(from s) + 2(from p) + 2(from d) + 2(from || ||
f) + 2(from g) H 2S2 O7 = HO - S - O - S - OH 4
|| ||
=0+2+2+2+2=8 O O
(ii) n = 2, l = 1, ml = –1, ms = –1/2 represent
O
2p orbital with one electron ||
3. (a) Aluminium has greater affinity for oxygen H 2SO4 = HO - S - OH 2
and the reaction is highly exothermic. ||
4. (d) Among alkaline earth metals, barium and O
××
radium h ave the tendency to form
H 2SO3 = HO - S - OH 1
peroxides. ||
O
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7. (b) DH = nCpDT = 0 means DH constant. 14. (d) In reaction (d) oxidation number changes
æ vf ö from + 4 in NO2 to + 3 in HNO2 and + 5 in
DS = nR ln ç ÷ ³ 0 DS increases. HNO3
è vi ø 15. (b) In neutral and alkaline medium
8. (d) Reaction between diborane and alkene are
carried out in dry ether under an atmosphere MnO 4- + 2H 2 O + 3e - ¾¾
® MnO 2 + 4OH -
of N2 because B2H6 and the products are In acidic medium:
very reactive. The products further treated MnO 4- + 8H + + 5e - ¾¾
® Mn 2 + + 4H 2 O
with alkaline H2O2 to convert into alcohols.
alkaline C
B2 H6 + 6C2 H 4 ¾¾
® B(C2 H4 )3 ¾¾¾¾
®
H 2O 2
reactive 16. (b) Ca , 6.4g of CaC2 contain p-electron
3CH3CH 2OH + H3BO3
C
9. (b) For fcc,
= 4NA
2a a 17. (a)
r= = = 0.3535a
4 2 2
given a = 361 pm CH2=CH – CH2– CH = CH2 O3 HOOC– CH–
2
COOH
+ 2HCOOH
r = 0.3535 × 361
= 128 pm Zn / H2O
2HCHO+OHC–CH– CHO
10. (c) Ions I and IV are the same (trans), with mirror
2 Reduction
plane through en groups.
18. (a) Because of the formation of the most
2- -1 2-
+
11. (a) Cr O 2 Cl2 ; Cr = +6; MnO 2 ; Mn = +4 stable carbonium ion, C6 H5 - C H 2
(Highest oxidation state) 19. (c) Let atomic masses of A and B be a and b
-1 -1 amu respectively
[Ni Cl 4 ]2 -; Ni = + 2; [Co Cl 4 ]2 - ;Co = +2
\ Molar mass of AB2 = (a + 2b) g mol–1
-1 -1 and Molar mass of AB4 = (a + 4b) g mol–1
[Fe(CN)6 ]3- Fe = +3; [Cu(CN) 4 ]2 - Cu = +2
For compound AB2
12. (b) The concentration of electrolyte, which DTb = Kb´ WB ´ 1000/ WA ´ MB
ionises in water shall be more although 80% 2.3 = 5.1 ´ 1 ´ 1000/ 20.0 ´ (a + 2b)....I
of it dimerises
For compound AB4
13. (b) Hg2 Cl 2 + 2 NH 4 OH ¾¾
® 1.3 = 5.1 ´ 1 ´ 1000/ 20.0 ´ (a + 4b)....II
(A) Solving (I) and (II), a = 25.49 b = 42.64
[H 2 N - Hg - Cl + Hg] ¯ + NH 4 Cl + 2 H 2 O 20. (b) 2NaI + 2 NaNO 2 + 4 CH 3COOH
(Black)
¾
¾® I 2 + 2NO +
HgCl 2 + 2 NH 4 OH ¾¾
® Hg(NH 2 )Cl+
(B) (White) 4 CH 3COONa + 2 H 2 O
NH 4Cl + H 2 O The colour of CCl4 layer turns purple due
to liberated I2.
HgCl2 + 2KI ¾¾
® HgI 2 ¯ +2KCl 21. (b) For bcc lattice, number of atoms per unit cell = 2
(Red) Now

HgI 2 + 2KI(excess) ¾¾
® K 2 (Hg I 4 ) n´M 2 ´ 100
d= =
-8
a ´ No (4 ´ 10 cm)3 ´ 6.02 ´ 1023
3

= 200/38.528 = 5.19 g/cc


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22. (b) Entiomers of C4H10O are
H
OH HO
| |
H3CH 2C - C - CH3 H 3C - C - CH 2 CH 3 O O
| | HO
H
H
OH NH2
| HO
H 2SO 4
CH 3 CH 2- C H - CH 3 ¾¾ ¾¾®
A OH
CH 3 CH = CH - CH 3 + CH 2 = CHCH 2 CH 3
Major ( B ) Minor ( C ) O O
H2O
1
23. (b) In general t1/ 2 of reaction µ NH2
(a 0 )n -1 O–H

For a second order reaction, OH

1 1 1
t1/ 2 = = = = 10 min
K(a 0 ) n -1 K(a 0 ) 0.5 ´ 0.2 O O

H –H2O
O NH2
H +H2O
O O O OH
24. (c)

O NH2 25. (a) pOH = pK b + log


[salt]
[base]
OH
O O = - log 10 -10 + log 1 = 10; pH = 14 - 10 = 4
26. (a) Amines are basic due to the presence of a
HCl (g) / CCl4
O NH2
lone pair of electrons on nitrogen atom. The
lone pair can be easily donated.
OH
Mechanism : 27. (c) Sandmeyer’s reaction

NH2
HO HO O
NaNO2
HCl
O NH2

+ –
OH NH2 Cl Cl

CuCl
HO
OH O
+
+H
NH2
+ HO
–H
OH
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28. (d) The strongest oxidising agent is one which 6´2
has maximum tendency to gain electrons, Hence, R AB = = 1.5W
6+2
i.e. whose E°Red is maximum
29. (a) C6H5Br + NaO – CH2 – CH = CH2 ¾¾ V = IR Þ 60 = I Þ I = 4A
® 15
C6H5 – O – CH2 – CH = CH2 + NaBr
3´3 9
Allyl phenyl ether [Q R eq = = = 1.5W]
30. (a) Alkyl or Aryl cyanide react with grignard 3+ 3 6
reagent to form ketones 33. (a) Here, Imax = I1 + I 2 + 2 I1 I2 cos 0º
CºN
Imin = I1 + I2 + 2 I1 I 2 cos180º
Ether
+C6H5MgBr
\ Imax + Imin = 2(I1 + I2 )
O
C 1 ´ 0 + 1´ PQ + 1´ PR PQ + PR
34. (b) xcm = =
+
H 3O 1+ 1+1 3
C6 H5– C=NMgBr
and ycm = 0
C6H5
35. (b) For a diamagnetic material, the value of µr
or C 6 H 5 - C = O + MgBrNH 2 is less than one. For any material, the value
|
of Îr is always greater than 1.
C6H5
36. (a) Let us consider a spherical shell of radius x
PHYSICS and thickness dx.
31. (c) Person’s speed walking only is Charge on this shell
1 "escalator" æ5 xö 2
dq = r.4px 2 dx = r0 ç 4 - R ÷ .4px dx
60 second è ø
Standing the escalator without walking the \ Total charge in the spherical region from
centre to r (r < R ) is
1 "escalator"
speed is r
40 second æ5 xö
q = ò dq = 4 pr0 ò ç - ÷ x 2 dx
Walking with the escalator going, the speed è4 Rø
0
add.
1 1 15
So, the person’s speed is + =
60 40 120 dx
"escalator"
x
second
120
So, the time to go up the escalator t =
5
= 24 second.
32. (b) 6W and 2W are in parallel combination
é 5 r3 1 r 4 ù
- . ú = pr0r 3 æç - ö÷
5 r
B
= 4 pr0ê .
A 2W 6W 1.5W ëê 4 3 R 4 ûú è3 Rø
6V 3W 6V 3W 6V 3W \ Electric field at r,
1.5W 1.5W 3W
1 q
E= . 2
4p Î0 r
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39. (c) Inside the sphere, V is constant and is equal
1 pr0 r 3 æ 5 r ö
= . ç - ÷ to that on the surface of the sphere. Outside
4pÎ0 r 2 è 3 R ø
the sphere it comes out to be, V = –Gm/r
r0 r æ 5 r ö i.e. |V| µ 1/r. Hence the graph (c) is correct.
= 4Î ç 3 - R ÷ 40. (c)
0è ø
41. (b) Number of undecayed atom after time t2 ;
Mg
37. (c) = P0 N0
A = N 0 e -lt2 ...(i)
3
g g
P0V0 = PV
Number of undecayed atom after time t1;
Mg = P0A
2N0
= N 0 e -lt1
P0 Ax0 g = PA( x0 - x) g 3
...(ii)

g
P0 x0 -lt 1
P= From (i), e 2 =
g 3
( x0 - x )
æ 1ö
Piston Þ–lt2 = loge çè 3 ÷ø ...(iii)

2
x From (ii) – e -lt2 =
3
x0 Cylinder
containing æ 2ö
ideal gas Þ–lt1 = loge çè 3 ÷ø ...(iv)
Let piston is displaced by distance x Solving (iii) and (iv), we get
t2 – t1 = 20 min
æ P0 x0g ö
Mg - ç ÷ A = Frestoring 42. (a) Rate of cooling µ surface area and for a
çè ( x - x )g ÷ø given mass, surface area of sphere is
0
minimum.
æ x0g ö 43. (b) Work-done (W) = P0V0
P0 A ç1 - ÷ = Frestoring According to principle of calorimetry
çè ( x - x )g ÷ø
0 Heat given = QAB = QBC
[ x0 - x » x0 ] = nCVdTAB + nCPdTBC
3 5
gP0 Ax = (nRTB - nRTA ) + (nRTC - nRTB )
F=- 2 2
x0 3 5
= (2P0 V0 - P0 V0 ) + (4P0 V0 - 2 P0V)
\ Frequency with which piston executes 2 2
SHM. 13
= P0 V0
1 gP0 A gP0 A2 2
1
f = = Thermal efficiency of engine (h)
2p x0 M 2p MV0
W 2
= = = 0.15
38. (d) Apparent wt. Q given 13
= Real wt.–Upthrust
1
= 12 – (1000 ´ 10- 6 ) ´103 ´10 = 12 - 5 = 7 N
2
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44. (b) Q The E.M. wave are transverse in nature
i.e.,
r r
k ´E r q i2
= =H …(i)
mw i1
r r P
r
where H = B dl
m
r r
k ´H r q
and = -E … (ii)
r we r r
r m 0 i1 cos q
k is ^ H and k is also ^ to E
r r r r r B=
2p r
(directed perpendicular to
or In other words X || E and k || E ´ B
the plane of paper, inwards)
45. (a) For conservation of momentum, we have, The force exerted due to this magnetic field
m1v1 = (m1 + m2) v or v = m1/(m1 + m2) v1 on current element i2 dl is
1 1 dF = i2 dl B sin 90°
Now the loss of energy = m v 2– \ dF = i2 dl
2 1 1 2
é m 0 i1 cos q ù m0
(m1+ m2)v2 ê 2 p r ú = 2 pr i1 i2 dl cos q
\ Fraction of energy lost ë û
49. (d) Let a1 = a, I1 = a12 = a2
1 1 a2 = 2a, I2 = a22 = 4a2
m1v12 - (m1 + m 2 )v 2 I2 = 4I1
= 2 2
Ir = a12 + a22 + 2a1a2 cos f
1
mv
2 1 1 = I1 + I 2 + 2 I1 I2 cos f
= 1 – [(m1+m2) / m1] ´ ( v2/v12) Ir = I1 + 4 I1 + 2 4 I12 cos f
= 1 – [(m1+m2)/m1]×[ m1v12/ [(m1+m2)2]×(1/
v12) Þ Ir = 5I1 + 4 I1 cos f … (1)
= 1 – [ m1/[(m1+m2)] = m2 /(m1+m2) 2
Now, I max = ( a1 + a2 ) = ( a + 2a ) 2 = 9 a 2
46. (c) I = I0 sin ( wt + f ) ; I
Imax = 9I1 Þ I1 = max
E = E0 sin ( wt + f) ; 9
Substituting in equation (1)
æ p pö
I = 4 sin wt ; E = 100 sin ç wt + + ÷ 5 Imax 4 I max
è 2 3ø Ir = + cos f
9 9
p p 5p I
Phase diff. between I and E = + = Ir = max [ 5 + 4 cos f]
3 2 6 9
f BA I é f ù
47. (b) Mutual inductance = = Ir = max ê 5 + 8 cos2 - 4 ú
I I 9 ë 2 û
[ MT -1Q -1 L2 ] Imax é fù
[Henry] = = ML2 Q -2 Ir = ê1 + 8 cos 2 ú
[QT -1 ] 9 ë 2û
48. (c) Magnetic field due to current in wire 1 at 50. (b) Using conservation of momentum,
point P distant r from the wire is v
m1v1+ = m1 1 + mv
m i 3
B = 0 1 [ cos q + cos q ] m1v1
4p r Þ m1v1 - = mv
3
179
(v = 5gl to complete motion along vertical 54. (a) A maximum frequency deviation of 75 kHz
circle) is permitted for commercial FM broadcast
stations in the 88 to 108 MHz VHF band
2m1v1 2 m1v1
= mv Þ v = 55. (a) A + d = i + i ' Þ i ' = A + d – i = 30 + 30 – 60 = 0°
3 3 m
56. (d) As l is increased, there will be a value of l
3 m above which photoelectrons will be cease
or v1 = 5gl
2 m1 to come out so photocurrent will become
51. (d) From the figure it is clear that range is zero. Hence (d) is correct answer.
57. (d) K.E. gained by charged particle of charge q
required when accelerated under a pot. diff. V will be
Ek = qV;
u 2 sin 2q (10)2 sin(2 ´ 30°) For a given V, E µ q.
R= = =5 3
g 10 For proton, deutron and a-particle, the ratio
u of charges is 1 : 1 : 2.
30° 13.6Z 2
Range R 58. (c) E= ; According to question,
n2
10m

10m

Tower 13.6Z2 13.6Z2


- = 47.2
4 9

æ 5ö
52. (d) The induced emf is Þ 13.6Z2 ç ÷ = 47.2
r r è 36 ø
-d f d ( B. A) - d ( BA cos 0º )
e= =- =
dt dt dt Þ Z 2 = 25 Þ Z = 5
× × × ×
59. (b) As S2 is open, hence C1 & C3 are in series,
also C2 & C4 are in series combination.
× × × ×
3 3
Q= ×V = × 12 = 9mC;
× l
V
× × × 4 4

× × × × 1´ 3
C'1 = = 3 / 4F
X 1+ 3
× × × × C1
dA d (l ´ x ) 2´ 4 4
\ e = –B = -B C'2 = = F
dt dt 2+ 4 3
dx
\ e = - Bl = - Blv
dt
53. (b) Given, current gain of CE amplifier b = 69, C2
IE = 7 mA
IC B 12V
or = 69
IB
b 69 I C Charge on C'1 = 9mC;
We know that, a = = =
1 + b 70 I E
4
69 69 Charge on C'2 = ×12 = 16mC
IC = I E ´ = ´7 3
70 70
Collector current, IC = 6.9 mA Hence, charge on C1 and C3 is 9mC, as both
are in series combination.
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60. (d) Yc ´ ( DLc / Lc ) = Ys ´ (DLs / Ls ) p
Þ x= and y = 0
2
æ 1´ 10 -3 ö æ DL ö
Þ 1´1011 ´ çç ÷ = 2 ´1011 ´ ç s ÷ p
1 ÷ è 0.5 ø Thus x + 2y = k Þ =k
è ø 2
0.5 ´10-3 (x 2 - 1) dx
\ DLs = = 0.25 mm 63. (c) I=ò
2 æ x 2 + 1ö
(x 4 + 3x 2 + 1) tan -1 ç ÷
Therefore, total extension of the composite è x ø
wire (Dividing Num. and Den. by x2)
= DLc + DLs æ 1ö
= 1 mm + 0.25 mm = 1.25 mm çè1 - 2 ÷ø dx
x
I=ò
MATHEMATICS æ 2 1ö -1 æ 1ö
çè x + 3 + 2 ÷ø tan çè x + x ÷ø
x
1 dt
61. (b) m( x) = , which is discontinous at x = 1 =ò
x -1
( t + 1) tan
2 -1
t
1 1
f (u) = 2 = , æ 1 æ 1ö ö
u + u - 2 (u + 2) (u - 1) çè where t = x + x Þ dt = çè1 - 2 ÷ø dx ÷ø
which is discontinous at u = – 2, 1 x

1 1 æ x 2 + 1ö
when u = – 2, then = -2 Þ x = = log | tan -1 t | + C = log tan -1 ç ÷ +C
x -1 2 è x ø

when u = 1, then
1
=1 Þ x = 2 x2 + 1
Þ f (x) =
x -1 x
Hence given composite function is 64. (a) f ( x ) = Pe 2 x + Qe x + Rx
1
discontinous at three points, x = 1, and 2. Þ f ¢( x ) = 2Pe 2 x + Qe x + R
2
62. (d) Let y = cos (x + y)
Þ 31 = 2Pe 2 log 2 + Qelog 2 + R
dy æ dy ö
Þ = - sin ( x + y ) ç1 + ÷ ...(1) Þ 8P + 2Q + R = 31 ......... (i)
dx è dx ø
Also, 0 = P + Q ......... (ii)
Now, given equation of tangent is
log 4 39
x + 2y = k & ò0 (f (x) - Rx)dx =
2
-1
Þ Slope = log 4 39
2 Þ ò0 (Pe2x + Qex )dx =
2
dy -1
So, = put this value in (1), we get éP ù
log 4
39
dx 2 Þ ê e 2x + Qe x ú =
-1 ë2 û0 2
æ 1ö
= - sin ( x + y ) ç1 - ÷
2 è 2ø P 2log 4 P 39
Þ e + Q elog 4 - - Q =
Þ sin (x + y) = 1 2 2 2
p p Þ 15P + 6Q = 39 ......... (iii)
Þ x+ y = Þ y= -x Solving (i), (ii) and (iii), we get P = 5, Q = – 6,
2 2 R= 3
p
Now, - x = cos (x + y)
2
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r rr rr r
65. (a) Any tangent to the ellipse
x2
+
y2
= 1 at
r c (c.b) r c
Þr= -
r
a = –
( )
b.c a
2 2
a b p p2 p p2
x cos q y sin q 68. (d) For f (x) to be defined, we must have
P(a cos q , b sin q ) is + =1
a b
Y x - 1 - x 2 ³ 0 or x ³ 1 - x2 > 0
P( 1
\ x2 ³ 1 – x2 or x ³ .
2
B aco
sq , 2
b si Also, 1 – x2 ³ 0 or x2 £ 1.
nq
) æ 1 ö æ 1 ö
X 1
O Now, x ³ Þ çè x - ÷ø çè x +
2
A ÷ ³0
2 2 2ø
1 1
Þ x£- or x ³
2 2
It meets co-ordinate axes at A (a sec q , 0) Also, x2 £ 1 Þ (x – 1) ( x + 1) £ 0
and B (0, b cosecq) Þ –1 £ x £ 1
1 1
Thus, x > 0, x ³ and x2 £ 1
2
\ Area of DOAB = ´ a sec q × b cosec q
2 2
ab é 1 ù
Þ (area) D = ÞxÎê ,1ú
sin 2q ë 2 û
For area to be min, sin 2 q should be max. aX + b
69. (b) Let Y = . Then
and we know max value of sin 2 q = 1 c
\ Dmin = ab sq. units. 1 a
66. (a) The curve of y (x2 + 4a2) = 8a3 is symmetrical Y = (a X + b ) Þ Y - Y = ( X - X )
c c
about y-axis and cuts it at A (0, 2a). Tangent
1 a2 1
at A is parallel to x-axis. x-axis is asymptote. Þ å(Y - Y)2 = 2 å(X - X)2
This curve meets x2 = 4ay N c N
Where, Therefore S.D. of Y
x2
=
8a 3
Þ x 4 + 4a 2 x 2 - 32a 4 = 0 a2 1 2 a2 2 a
4a x 2 + 4a 2 = å (X - X) = s = s
c2 N c2 c
Þ (x 2 - 4a 2 )(x 2 + 8a 2 ) = 0 Þ x = ± 2a 70. (c) Given system of equations
\ Required
é 2a 8a 3 2a x
2 ù x sin 3q – y + z = 0 ù
area = 2 ê ò dx - ò are homogeneous system of
0 x 2 + 4a 2 0 4a
dx ú x cos 2q + 4 y + 3z = 0 úú
ëê ûú linear equation
2 x + 7 y + 7z = 0 úû
A(0, 2a)
Since system has non-trivial solution
(–2a, a) (2a, a) sin 3q –1 1
cos 2q 4 3 = 0
O \
2 7 7
a2
= (6p - 4). Þ sin 3q [28 – 21] + 1 [7 cos 2q – 6] + [7 cos 2q
3
r rr r r – 8] = 0
67. (a) p r + ( r .b ) a = c ...(1)
rr rr rr rr Þ 3 sin q – 4 sin3 q + 2(1 – 2 sin2 q) – 2 = 0
p( r .b) + ( r.b)(a.b) = c.b
Þ sin q (4 sin2 q + 4 sin q – 3) = 0
rr
r r c.b rr Either sin q = 0 or 4 sin2 q + 6 sin q – 2 sin q – 3= 0
Þ r.b = , since a.b = 0 , putting in (1),
p
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Þ (2 sin q – 1) (2 sin q + 3) = 0
1ì 1 ü
1 3 í1 - n ý
sin q = ,sin q ¹ – 2
=n- î
\ [Q sin q > – 1] 2 þ
2 2 = n - 1 + 2-n
1
p 1-
2
\ q = np or q = np + (–1)n 6
75. (b) Let f (x) = 3x10 – 7x8 + 5x6 – 21x3 + 3x2 – 7
é (–1)n ù f ¢ (x) = 30x9 – 56x7 + 30x5 – 63x2 + 6x
Þ q = p ên + ú. f ¢ (1) = 30 – 56 + 30 – 63 + 6
ë 6 û = 66 – 63 – 56 = – 53
71. (c) A = {1, 2, 3}, B = {4, 5}
Þ (A × B)n (B × A) = f f (1 – a ) – f (1)
Consider lim
Then A Ç B = f a®0 a3 +3a
A × B = {(1, 4), (1, 5), (2, 4), (2, 5), (3, 4), f ¢ (1– a )(–1)–0
(3, 5)} = lim (By using
a®0 3a 2 +3
B × A = {(4, 1), (4, 2), (4, 3), (5, 1), (5, 2), L’hospital rule)
(5, 3)} f ¢(1 – 0)(–1) – f ¢ (1) 53
(A × B) Ç (B × A) = f = = =
3(0)2 + 3 3 3
72. (c) f ( x) = x 2 [ x]
Y
76. (a)
F
f b H
a
g
e d
c
–1 O 1 X B

y = –x2 a + e + f + g = 285, b + d + f + g = 195


c + d + e + f = 115, e + g = 45, f + g = 70,
d + g = 50
a + b + c + d + e + f + g = 500 – 50 = 450
ìï- x 2 , -1 < x < 0
Þ f ( x) = í As in previous question, we obtain
ïî 0, 0 £ x <1 a + f = 240, b + d = 125, c + e = 65
a + e = 215, b + f = 145; b + c + d = 165
73. (d) y = e x + sin x a + c + e = 255; a + b + f = 335
dy dx 1 Solving we get
= e x + cos x Þ =
x b = 95, c = 40, a = 190 , d = 30, e = 25, f = 50
dx dy e + cos x
Diff. w.r.t y and g = 20
Desired quantity = a + b + c = 325
d2x - 1[e x - sin x ] dx
= ´
dy 2 (e x + cos x ) 2 dy 77. (d) We have f ( x ) = 4 x3 - 7, x Î R.
(sin x - e x ) f is one-one. Let x1, x2ÎR and f (x1) = f(x2).
=
x 3
(e + cos x) Þ 4x13 - 7 = 4x 2 3 - 7 Þ 4x13 = 4x 2 3
1 3 7 15
74. (c) + + + + ... Þ x13 = x 2 3 Þ x13 - x 2 3 = 0.
2 4 8 16
æ 1 ö æ 1 ö æ 1ö æ 1ö Þ ( x 1 - x 2 ) ( x1 2 + x 1 x 2 + x 2 2 ) = 0.
= ç1 - ÷ + ç1 - ÷ + ç1 - ÷ + ç1 - ÷ + ....
è 2 ø è 4 ø è 8 ø è 16 ø éæ 3x 2 ù
2
x ö
Þ ( x 1 - x 2 ) êç x 1 + 2 ÷ + 2 ú = 0 .
êëè 2 ø 4 ú
û
183
Þ x1 – x2 = 0, because the other factor is p
non-zero. Þ - cot -1 ( x + 1) = 2np ± tan -1 x Put n = 0
2
Þ x1 = x2 \ f is one-one.
Þ p / 2 - cot -1 (x + 1) = ± tan -1 x = tan -1 (± x)
f is onto. Let k ÎR any real number.
Þ p / 2 = tan -1 (± x ) + cot -1 ( x + 1)
1/ 3
æk+7ö 1
f ( x ) = k Þ 4x 3 - 7 = k Þ x = ç ÷
è 4 ø Þ x + 1 = ± x Þ 2x + 1 = 0 ; x = –
2
81. (a) Given, k sin q + cos 2 q = 2k – 7
1/ 3
æ k + 7ö Þ k sin q + 1 – 2 sin2 q = 2k – 7
Now ç Î R, because k ÎR and
è 4 ÷ø Þ 2sin2 q – k sin q + (2k – 8) = 0
For the existence of real roots, discriminant ³ 0.
é æ k + 7 ö 1/ 3 ù
3
é æ k + 7 ö 1/ 3 ù Þ k2 – 4 × 2 (2k – 8) ³ 0 Þ (k – 8)2 ³ 0, which is
f êç ÷ ú = 4 êç ÷ ú –7 always true.
êë è 4 ø úû êë è 4 ø úû
k-4
Roots of the quadratic equation are , 2,
æ k + 7ö 2
=4ç -7 = k
è 4 ÷ø but sin q ¹ 2.
1/ 3 k-4
æk+7ö \ sin q = but - 1 £ sin q £ 1
\ k is the image of ç ÷ 2
è 4 ø k-4
Þ -1 £ £1 Þ -2 £ k -4 £ 2
\ f is onto. 2
\ f is a bijective function. Þ 2£k£6
78. (b) (1, 1) satisfies g( x) = ax + b \ a + b = 1 1 - cos 3 x
82. (c) lim
(2, 3) satisfies g( x) = ax + b \ 2a + b = 3 x ® 0 x sin x cos x
Solving the two equation, we get a= 2, b = –1 (1 - cos x) (1 + cos x + cos 2 x)
It can be checked that other ordered pairs = lim
satisfy g(x) = 2x – 1 x ®0 x sin x cos x
q r æ xö
2sin 2 ç ÷
79. (c) We have a + b = - p , ab = p = lim
è 2ø
´
(1 + cos x + cos2 x)
x ®0 æ xö æ xö cos x
Now the given equation x.2sin ç ÷ cos ç ÷
è 2ø è 2ø
a ( x - b) 2 + b ( x - a ) 2 = 0
æ xö
sin ç ÷
Þ (a + b) x 2 - 4 ab x + ab ( a + b ) = 0 è 2 ø 1 + cos x + cos 2 x 1 3
= lim ´ = ´3 = .
x ®0 æ x ö æ xö 2 2
æ qö r r æ qö 2ç ÷ cos ç ÷ cos x
è 2ø è 2ø
Þ çç - ÷÷ x 2 - 4 x + çç - ÷÷ = 0
è p ø p p è pø
-1 æ 2 x ö
83. (c) y = sin çç ÷÷
2
Þ pqx + 4prx + rq = 0 ------(i) è 1+ x2 ø
Since a and b have opposite signs, therefore dy 1 2(1 + x 2 ) - 4 x 2
= .
p and r must have opposite signs.
Þ pq and rq must have opposite signs
dx
1-
4x 2 (1 + x )
2 2

Þ roots of equation (i) have opposite signs (1 + x ) 2 2

80. (d) sin (cot–1(x + 1)) = cos (tan –1x) 2(1 - x 2 ) 1 2(1 - x 2 )
= . =
Þ cos( p / 2 - cot -1 ( x + 1)) = cos(tan -1 x) (1 - x 2 ) 2 1 + x
2
| 1 - x 2 | (1 + x 2 )
2 2
If | x | < 1 Þ x < 1, then 1–x > 0
184
dy 2 é x
-1 2 (2 - 1)
ù é 2 x +1 - 2 x ù
\ | 1- x 2 | = 1- x 2 Þ = 87. (a) y = tan ê ú = tan -1 ê ú
dx 1 + x 2 x x +1 x x +1
ëê1 + 2 .2 ûú ëê1 + 2 .2 ûú
If | x | > 1 Þ x > 1, then 1 –x2 < 0
2

= tan -1 ( 2 x +1 ) - tan -1 (2 x )
2 2 dy 2
\ | 1- x |= x -1 Þ =-
dx 1+ x 2 dy 2 x +1 log 2 2 x log 2
Þ = -
dy dx 1 + 2 2 ( x +1) 1 + 2 2 x
Obviously does not exist for x2 = 1 or | x | = 1
dx æ dy ö æ2 ö æ 3ö
\ç ÷ = (log 2) ç - 1÷ = log 2ç - ÷
é æ 1 öù è dx ø x =0 è5 ø è 5ø
84. (a) f {f [f ( x)]} = f êf ç ÷ú
ë è 1 - x øû a a2 1+ a3
æ ö 88. (c) b b2 1 + b3
ç ÷ x -1 ö
÷ = f æç
1
= fç ÷ c c2 1 + c3
ç1- 1 ÷ è x ø
ç ÷
è 1- x ø = (1 + abc)(a - b)(b - c)(c - a ) = 0 ....(1)
æ 1 ö a2
\ f (x) is not defined for x = 1; f ç ÷ is not 1 a
è1- x ø
defined for x = 0. also, 1 b b 2 ¹ 0, since A, B, C are not
\ f {f [f(x)]} is discontinuous at x = 0 and 1 i.e.,
1 c c2
there are two points of discontinuity.
85. (c) Consider cos 255° + sin 195° Coplanar = (a - b)(b - c)(c - a ) ¹ 0 ...(2)
= cos (270° – 15°) + sin (180° + 15°) From (1) & (2), abc = –1
= – sin 15° – sin 15° 89. (d) A and B will agree in a certain statement if
both speak truth or both tell a lie. We define
æ 3 -1 ö æ 3 -1 ö following events
= – 2 sin 15° = -2 çç ÷÷ = - çç ÷÷
è 2 2 ø è 2 ø E1 = A and B both speak truth Þ P(E1) = xy
E2 = A and B both tell a lie Þ P (E2) = (1 – x )
dy y æyö
86. (c) Given, = - cos 2 ç ÷ (1 – y)
dx x èxø E = A and B agree in a certain statement
dy dv Clearly, P(E / E1 ) = 1 and P(E / E 2 ) = 1
Putting, y = vx so that = v+x
dx dx
The required probability is P(E1 / E).
dv
We get, v + x = v - cos 2 v Using Baye’s theorem
dx
P(E1 / E )
dv dx dx
Þ 2
=- Þ sec 2 v dv = - P(E1 )P(E / E1 )
cos v x x =
Integrating, we get P(E1 )P(E / E1 ) + P(E 2 )P(E / E 2 )
æyö xy.1 xy
tan v = – ln x + ln c tan ç ÷ = - ln x + ln c = =
èxø xy.1 + (1 – x )(1 – y).1 1 – x – y + 2 xy
90. (a) | x1z1 – y1z2 |2 + | y1z1 – x1z2 |2
This passes through æç1, p ö÷ Þ ln c =1
è 4ø = | x1z1 |2 + | y1z2|2 – 2Re(x1y1z1z2)
+ | y1z1 |2 + | x1z2 |2 + 2Re (x1y1z1z2)
æ eö
\ y = x tan -1 ç log ÷ = x12 | z1 |2 + y12 | z2 |2 + y12 | z1 |2 + x12 | z2 |2
è x ø
= x12 | z1 |2 + y12 | z2 |2 + y12 | z1 |2 + x12 | z2 |2
= 2(x12 + y12) (42) = 32(x12 + y12)