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MATHEMATICS
PART-I MATHEAMTICS

MATHEMATICS
SECTION – 1 : (Only One option correct Type)
[k.M – 1 : (d soy ,d l gh fod Yi çd kj)
This section contains 10 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
bl [k.M esa10 cgqfod Yi ç'u gSaA çR;sd ç'u esapkj fod Yi (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gSa] ft uesalsd soy ,d
lgh gSA

1. Suppose f (x) = (x + 1) 2 for x  1. If g (x) is the function whose graph is the
reflection of the graph of f (x) with respect to the line y = x, then g(4) equals:
ekuk x  1 d sfy , f (x) = (x + 1) 2 , ;fn Q y u g (x) d k vkjs[k js[kk y = x d slkis{k Q y u f (x) d s
vkjs[k d k ijkorZu gSrksg(4) cjkcj gS&
1 1
(A) (B) 2 (C) 4 (D)
4 2

2. Consider the function f defined by


 0, when x  0or x is irrational

f(x) =  1 m m
x, when x is non  zero rational number
n
,n  0 and is in lowest form
n

which of the following statement(s) is (are) true ?
(A) x = 0 is a point of discontinuity of f
(B) any non-zero rational number is a point of continuity of f
(C) any irrational number is a point of continuity of f
(D) ny irrational number is a point of discontinuity of f

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ekukfd ifjHkf"kr Q y u f gS

MATHEMATICS
 0, t c x  0 ;k x vifjes; gSA

f(x) =  1 m m
 , t c x v'kwU; ifjes; la[;k ,n  0 rFkk l jy re : i esagSA
x n n
fuEu esalsd kSulsd Fku lgh gS @ gSa?
(A) x = 0, f d h vlrr~rk d k fcUnqgSA
(B) d ks
bZv'kwU; ifjes; la[;k] f d h lrr~rk d k fcUnqgSA
(C) d ks
bZvifjes; la[;k] f d h lrr~rk d k fcUnqgSA
(D) d ks
bZvifjes; la[;k] f d h vlrr~rk d k fcUnqgSA
3. If co-domain is R, then which of the following functions is not a surjective (onto) function ?
(A) f(x) = n|n(x–[x])|, (where [.] denotes the G.I.F.)
(B) f(x) = x + cos ([x]), (where [.] denotes the G.I.F.)
–1 x
(C) f(x) = tan x –
1  x2
x
(D) f(x) = 2
x –1
;fn lgçkUr R gSrc fuEu easlsd kSulk Q y u] vkPNknd Q y u ughagS\
(A) f(x) = n|n(x–[x])|, (t gk¡[.] egÙke iw
.kk±d Q y u gSA)
(B) f(x) = x + cos ([x]), (t gk¡[.] egÙke iw.kk±d Q y u gS
A)
–1 x
(C) f(x) = tan x –
1  x2
x
(D) f(x) = 2
x –1

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–1 2 2 –1 2 –1
4. If sin (x + y ) + tan y – 2 + sec (x–2) = K has no solution, then exhaustive range of K is

MATHEMATICS
;fn sin–1 (x2 + y2) + tan–1 y 2 – 2 + sec–1 (x–2) = K d k d ksbZgy ughagSrc K d sekuksad k fu''ks"kh%
ifjlj gS&
 1 1 
(A) (–1, 1) (B)  – ,  (C) R (D) – 2, 2
 
 2 2
–1  2 17  
5. If 1 and 2 are two values of  for which 3 sin   – 6    , then |1 –2| equals
 2  2
17  
;fn  d snkseku 1 vkSj 2 gSft ld sfy , 3 sin–1  2 – 6    , gSrc |1 –2| cjkcj gS&
 2  2
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4

 13 
If cot  sin1
–1
6.  = sin (tan x), then x is equal to
 17 
 13 
;fn cot  sin1  = sin (tan x), rc x cjkcj gS
–1
&
 17 

2 2 –2 2
(A) (B) – (C) (D)
13 3 3 3

x
7. If f(x) is defined on (0, 1), then the domain of definition of f(e ) + f(n|x|) is

;fn f(x) , (0, 1) esaifjHkkf"kr gSA rc f(ex) + f(n|x|) d h ifjHkk"kk d k çkUr gS&
(A) (–e, –1) (B) (–e, –1)  (1, e) (C) (–, –1)  (1, ) (D) (–e, e)

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–1
8. The true solution set of inequality sin x > –1 is

MATHEMATICS
vlfed k sin–1 x > –1 d k lgh gy leqPp; gS&

(A) x > – sin 1 (B) – x1 (C) – sin 1 < x 1 (D) – sin 1 < x sin 1
2

xa
9. Let f be a bijective function and a  0, g(x) = a f   . Then inverse function of g(x) is
 a 
xa
ekuk fd f ,d Sd h vkPNknd Q y u gSvkSj a 0, g(x) = a f   gS
A g(x) d k izfry kse Q y u gS&
 a 
1 –1  x 
(A) f (x – 1) (B) a  f –1   – 1
a  a 

–1  x  1 –1
(C) af   – 1 (D) f (ax –1)
a a

–1 –1
10. The value of sin (sin 314) + cos (cos 314), is
(cos 314) d k eku gS&
–1 –1
sin (sin 314) + cos
(A) 200 – 314 (B) 314 (C) 200 –628 (D) 0

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SECTION – 2 : (One or more options correct Type)

MATHEMATICS
[k.M – 2 : (,d ;k v f/kd l gh fod Yi çd kj)
This section contains 5 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct.
bl [k.M esa5 cgqfod Yi ç'u gSaA çR;sd ç'u esapkj fod Yi (A),(B),(C) vkSj (D) gSa] ft uesals,d ;k vf/kd
lgh gSA
2x – 2
11. Let f(x) = . The graphs of y= f(x) and y = f(4x) are symmetrical about the points (a1,0) and
2x  2
(a2, 0) respectively, then which of the following is/are incorrect ?
2x – 2
ekukfd f(x)= , y= f(x) vkS
j y = f(4x) d svkjs[k Ø e'k% fcUnq(a1,0) vkSj (a2, 0) d slkis{k lefer gS]
2x  2
rksfuEu esalsd kSulsd Fku vlR; gS\

(A) a1 = 1, a2 =4

1
(B) a1 = 2, a2 =
2
2
(C)  f(2x)dx  1
0
2
(D)  f(2x)dx  0
0

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–1 –1
12. Let f(x) = cot (sgn(x)) + sin (x –{x}) which of the following is(are) CORRECT ?

MATHEMATICS
(A) Domain of f(x) is [–1, 2)

(B) f(x) is an even function  [–1, 1].

(C) f(x) is bounded


(D)Number of solution of the equation f(x) = is zero.
2

[Note: {y} and sgn (y) denotes fractional part of y and signum of y respectively.]

ekukfd f(x) = cot–1 (sgn(x)) + sin–1(x – {x}) t ksfd fuEu esalsd kSulslgh gS@ gSa\

(A) f(x) d k çkUr [–1, 2) gS


A

(B) f(x),  [–1, 1] es


aleQ y u gSA

(C) f(x) ifjc) gSA


(D) lehd j.k f(x)= d sgy ksad h la[;k 'kwU; gSA
2

[uks
V: {y} vkSj sgn (y) Ø e'k% y d sfHkékRed Hkkx rFkk y d sflXue Q y u d ksO;Dr d jrk gS
A]

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13. Let f:R  [1, ) be a quadratic surjective function such that f(2 + x) = f(2–x) and f(1)=2. If

MATHEMATICS
g:(–n2) [1, 5) is given by g (nx) = f(x) then which of the following is(are) CORRECT ?

(A) The value of f(3) is equal to 2


–1
(B) g (x) = n 2 – x – 1
 
–1
(C) g (x) = n 2  x – 1
 
(D)The sum of values of x satisfying the equation f(x)=5 is 4.

ekukfd f:R  [1, ) f}?kkr vkPNknd Q y u bl çd kj gS fd f(2 + x) = f(2–x) vkSj f(1) = 2 ;fn
g: (–n2) [1, 5) lsfn;k x;k g(nx) = f(x) rc fuEu es
alsd kSulk lgh gSA
(A) f(3) d k eku 2 d scjkcj gSA
–1
(B) g (x) = n 2 – x – 1
 
–1
(C) g (x) = n 2  x – 1
 
(D) x d sekuks
ad k ;ksxQ y 4 gSt kslehd j.k f(x)=5 d kslarq"B d jrk gSA

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14. Which of the following statement(s) is (are) CORRECT ?

MATHEMATICS
(A) If f:R  R and g:RR be function such that g(x) is onto and fog (x) is injective then g must be
injective.

(B) Every function can be expressed as sum of two functions one of which is even and other is odd.

(C) If f(x) and g(x) are inverse of each other then fog(x) = gof(x)

(D) If g(x) is periodic and f(x) is non-periodic then fog(x) must be periodic

fuEu esalsd kSulk d Fku lgh gS?

(A) ;fn f:R  R vkSj g:RR Q y u gSbl çd kj gSfd g(x) vkPNknd gSvkSj fog (x) ,d Sd h gSrc g Hkh
,d Sd h gksxkA

(B) çR;s
d Q y u d ksnksQ y uksad s;ksx ft lesa,d le vkSj ,d fo"ke gSA

(C) ;fn f(x) vkS


j g(x) ,d nql jsd sçfry kse Q y u gSrc fog(x) = gof(x)

(D) ;fn g(x) vkorhZgSrFkk f(x) vukorhZgSrc fog(x) Hkh vkorhZgks


uk pkfg,A

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15. Which of the following function contains only one integer in its range ?

MATHEMATICS
[Note : sgn (k) denotes the signum function of k.]

fuEu easlsd kSulk Q y u viusifjlj esad s


oy ,d iw.kk±d j[krk gS\
(t gkasgn (k), k d sflXue Q y u d ksO;Dr d jrk gSA)

1 –1  1– x 2 
(A) f(x) = cos  2

2  1 x 

 1
(B) g(x) = sgn  x  
 x
2
(C) h(x) = sin x + 2 sin x + 2
–1 2
(D) k(x) = cos (x –2x + 2)

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SECTION – 3 : (Integer value correct Type)

MATHEMATICS
[k.M – 3 : (iw.kk±d eku l gh çd kj)
This section contains 5 questions. The answer to each question is a Two digit integer, ranging
from 00 to 99 (both inclusive).
bl [k.M esa5 ç'u gSaA çR;sd ç'u d k mÙkj 00 ls99 rd ¼nksuksa'kkfey ½ d schp d k nksv ad ksaoky k iw.kk±d
gSA

16. The number of integers belonging to the interval [–3, 30] but not belonging to the range of the
function
2
f(x) = x{x} –x[–x], x  R, is . Find the value of  – 5.
(where [.] and {.} denote the greatest integer function and fractional part respectively)
vUrjky [–3, 30] esaiw.kk±d ksad h la[;k ] ijUrqQ y u f(x) = x{x} –x[–x], x  R, d sifjlj esaughagSA rc
2
 – 5 d k eku Kkr d hft ,&
(t gk¡[.] rFkk {.} Ø e'k% egÙke iw
.kk±d Q y u vkSj fHkékRed Hkkx Q y u d ksO;Dr d jrk gSA)

 
17. The number of ordered pairs (x, y) satisfying |x| + |y| = 3 and sin  x 2  = 1 is/are
3 

lehd j.k |x| + |y| = 3 vkSj sin  x 2  =1 d kslarq"B d jusoky sØ fer ;qXeksa(x, y) d h la[;k gS&
 3 

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x–2 –1  x–2
18. Two functions f(x) and g(x) are defined as f(x) = log3 and g(x) = cos  3 ,

MATHEMATICS
2
x – 10x  24  
then find the number of even integers for which (f(x) + g(x)) is defined.
x–2 x–2
nks Q y u f(x) vkSj g(x) bl çd kj gS f(x) = log3 2
vkSj g(x) = cos–1   , rc
x – 10x  24  3 
(f(x) + g(x)) d ksifjHkkf"kr d sfy , leiw.kk±d ksad h la[;k gSA

19. Let f:RR be defined as


 2kx  3, x0
f(x) =  2
 x  kx  3, x  0
4
If f(x) is injective then smallest integral value of k is µ. Find the value of (µ + 1)
ekukfd f:RR ifjHkkf"kr bl çd kj gSfd
 2kx  3, x0
f(x) =  2
 x  kx  3, x  0
;fn f(x) ,d Sd h gSrc k d k U;wure iw.kk±d eku µ gSA (µ + 1)4 d k eku Kkr d hft ,A

–1  –  
20. Number of solutions of the equation |sin (sinx)| = cosx, for x   ,  is equal to
 2 2
 –  
x  ,  d sfy , lehd j.k |sin–1 (sinx)| = cosx d sgy ksad h la[;k cjkcj gS&
 2 2

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PART-II PHYSICS

PHYSICS
SECTION-1 : (Only One option correct type)
[k.M –1 : (d soy ,d l gh fod Yi çd kj)
This section contains 10 multiple choice qustions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
bl [k.M esa10 cgqfod Yi ç'u gSA çR;sd ç'u esapkj fod Yi (A), (B), (C) v kSj (D) gS] ft uesal sd soy
,d l gh gSA

21. A planet is revolving in an elliptical orbit around sun, fixed at the focus of ellipse. The minimum and
maximum distance of planet from sun are r1 and r2 respecitvely. The minimum distance of planet
from centre of ellipse is :

,d xzg lw;Zd spkjksavksj nh?kZ


oÙ̀kkd kj d {kk esapDd j y xk jgk gS] lw;Znh?kZoÙ̀k d s,d Q ksd l ij t M+ or gSA
lw;Zlsxzg d h U;wure o vf/kd re nwjh Ø e'k% r1 rFkkr2 gSA xzg d h nh?kZ
oÙ̀k d sd sUnzlsU;wure nwjh gksxhA

r1  r2
(A)
2
2r1r2
(B)
r1  r

(C) r1r2
r1  r2
(D)
2

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22. In the figure shown points A and B are at distance r and 2r respectively from one end of uniformly

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charged infinitely long wire having linear charge density . Find potential difference VA – VB.
,d vuUr : i lsy Ecs,d leku : i lsvkos'khr rkj d s,d fljslsfp=k esaiznf'kZr fcUnqv ksaA o B d h
nwjh;k¡Ø e'k% r o 2r gSA rkj ij js[kh; vkos'k ?kuRo  gS
A foHkokUrj VA – VB Kkr d jksaA

   
(A) n 2 (B) n 2 (C) n 2 (D) n 2
40 20 0 80

23. A negative charge Q is distributed uniformly in volume of a sphere of radius R and a point charge
particle (may be negative or positive) is present on the surface of this sphere then the variation of
escape velocity (vs) of charge ' q ' as a function of ' q ' will be [ neglect gravitational interaction ]
,d _ .kkRed Q vkos'k le: i ls R f=kT;k d s xksy s d s vk;ru esa forjhr gS rFkk ,d fcUnq vkos'k
(t ks_ .kkRed vFkok /kukRed gksld rk gS A) bl xksy sd h lrg ij mifLFkr gSrksbl vkos'k q d sfy , iy k;u
osx (vs) d k eku ' q ' d sQ y u d s: i esaloZ
J s"B : i lsiznf'kZr gksxh [xq: Roh; vU;ksU;fØ ;k d ksux.; ekusa]

vs vs

(A) q (B) q

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vs vs

(C) q (D) q

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24. A satellite with mass 2000 kg and angular momentum magnitude 2 × 10 kg.m /s is moving in an
12 2

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elliptical orbit around a planet. The rate at which area is being swept out by the satellite around the
planet, is equal to :
,d mixzg ft ld k nzO;eku 2000 kg gS],d xzg d spkjksrjQ nh?kZof̀Ùk; d {kk esapDd j d kVrk gSrFkk bld s
d ks.kh; laosx d k ifjek.k 2 × 1012 kg.m2/s gSrksbl mixzg d sfy , xzg d spkjksarjQ ?kqeusd h {ks=kh; pky
(rate at which area is being swept out) Kkr d hft ,A
(A) 1 × 109 m2/s (B) 5 × 109 m2/s (C) 5 × 108 m2/s (D) 4 × 1015 m2/s

25. Monochromatic light rays parallel to x-axis strike a convex lens AB. If the lens oscillates such that
AB tilts upto a small angle  (in radian) on either side of y-axis, then find the distance between
extreme positions of oscillating image (f = focal length of the lens) :

(A) 2(sec – 1) (B) f sec2


(C) (sec – 1) (D) the image will not move

,d o.khZ; izd k'k d h fd j.ksat ksfd x-v{k d slekUrj gSa] mÙky y Sal AB lsVd jkrh gSA vxj y Sal AB bl
izd kj nksy u d jrk gSfd AB, y-v{k d snksuksavks j y ?kqd ks
.k ¼jsfM;u esa½ lseqM +ld rk gSA nksy u d jrs
izfrfcEcksad h pje fLFkfr d se/; nwjh gksxhA (f = y SUl d h Q ks
d l nwjh) :
(A) 2(sec – 1) (B) f sec2
(C) (sec – 1) (D) çfrfcEc xfr ughad jsxkA

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26. A simple pendulum of mass m and charge + q is suspended vertically by a massless non

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strechable thread of length . At the point of suspension, a point charge + q is also fixed. If the
pendulum is displaced slightly from equilibrium position, its time period will be :

(A) T = 2  (B) T = 2 
kg2
g
m2
 
(C) T = 2  (D) will be greater than 2 
g g
m nz
O;eku rFkk +q vkos'k d k ljy y ksy d  y EckbZd h nzO;ekughu ,oavforkU; jLlh lsm/okZ/kj y Vd k gqv k
gSA fuy Ecu fcUnqij ,d +q fcUnqor~vkos'k j[kk t krk gS A ;fn ljy y ksy d d ksbld h lkE;koLFkk lsFkks
M +k
lk foLFkkfir fd ;k t k, rksbld k vkorZd ky gksxk %

(A) T = 2  (B) T = 2 
kg2
g
m2

(D) 2  ls T;knk gks


xkA
 
(C) T = 2 
g g

27. A particle is projected with speed 25 m/s at angle 53° from horizontal in front of an inclined plane
mirror as shown in figure. After how much time speed of image w.r.t. object will be minimum
(g = 10 m/s2)
fp=k esan'kkZ;svuql kj >qd sgq, lery niZ.k d slkeus,d d .k d ks{kSfrt ls53° d ks.k cukrsgq,] 25 m/s d h
pky ls iz{ksfir fd ;k t krk gSA fd rus le; i'pkr~ izfrfcEc d h pky oLrq d s l kis{k U;wure gksxhA
(g = 10 m/s2)

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7 5 4
(A) s (B) s (C) s (D) 1s
8 3 5

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28. Mirror in the arrangement shown in figure is moving up with speed 8 cm/sec. Speed of final image

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is :
Object

(A) 10 cm/s (B) 8 cm (C) 12 cm/s (D) None of these


n'kkZ;k x;k niZ.k fp=kkuql kj 8 cm/sec d h pky lsÅ ij d h vksj xfr'khy gSA vfUre izfrfcEc d h pky gksxhA

(A) 10 cm/s (B) 8 cm (C) 12 cm/s (D) bues


alsd ksbZugha

29. Figure shows variation of acceleration due to gravity with distance from centre of a uniform
spherical planet of radius R. What is value of (r2 – r1).
fp=k esaR f=kT;k d s,d leku xksy kd kj xzg d sd sUnzlsnwjh d slkFk xq: Ro d sd kj.k ROkj.k esaifjorZu n'kkZ;k
x;k gSA (r2 – r1) d k eku D;k gksxk %
g

g0

g0/4

r1 r2 r

R 7R 4R
(A) (B) (C) (D) 2R
4 4 3

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30. Few point charges are placed on vertices of two squares as shown in the figure. What is dipole

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moment of the arrangement
q –q 2q

–3q –q

q –q 2q

(A) 2q   (B) q (C) 3q  (D) Zero

d qN fcUnqvkos'k fp=k esan'kkZ


;svuql kj nksoxksZd s'kh"kksZij j[ksgq, gSA bl O;oLFkk d k f}/kzqo vk?kw.kZD;k
gksxkA
(A) 2q   (B) q (C) 3q  (D) 'kw
U;

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PHYSICS
SECTION-2 : (One or more option correct type)
[k.M –2 : (,d ;k v f/kd l gh fod Yi çd kj)
This section contains 5 multiple choice qustions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct.
bl [k.M esa5 cgqfod Yi ç'u gSA çR;sd ç'u esapkj fod Yi (A), (B), (C) v kSj (D) gS] ft uesal sd soy ,d
;k v f/kd l gh gSA

31. A light ray enters into a medium whose refractive index varies along the x-axis as
x
n(x)  n0 1  where n0 = 1. The medium is bounded by the planes x = 0, x = 1 & y = 0. If the
4
ray enters at the origin at an angle 30º with x–axis.

(A) equation of trajectory of the light ray is y = [ 3  x – 3]


(B) equation of trajectory of the light ray is y = 2[ 3  x – 3 ]
(C) the coordinate the point at which light ray comes out from the medium is [1, 2(2 – 3 )]
(D) the coordinate the point at which light ray comes out from the medium is [0, 2(2 – 3 )]

,d izd k'k fd j.k ,d ,sl s ek/;e esa izos'k d jrh gS ft ld k viorZukad x-v{k d s vuqfn'k lEcU/k
x
n(x)  n0 1  d svuqlSpace
kj ifjoffor
rZr gk
srk gS
Rough A ;gk
¡n0 /=(d1Pps
Work gSAd;g
k;Zek
d /s;e
fy ,xLFk u )x = 1 rFkky = 0 ry ls
= k0,
4
f?kjk gSA ;fn fd j.k x–v{k d slkFk 30º d ks.k cukrsgq;sewy fcUnqij iz
os'k d jrh gSrks

(A) iz
d k'k fd j.k d siFk d h lehd j.k y = [ 3  x – 3 ] gSA
(B) iz
d k'k fd j.k d siFk d h lehd j.k y = 2[ 3  x – 3 ] gSA
(C) fd j.k ek/;e d sft l fcUnqlsckgj fud y s xh mld sfunsZ'kkad [1, 2(2 – 3 )] gSA
(D) fd j.k ek/;e d sft l fcUnqlsckgj fud y s xh mld sfunsZ'kkad [0, 2(2 – 3 )] gSA

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32. A satellite revolves around a planet in circular orbit of radius R (much larger than the radius of the

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planet) with a time period of revolution T. If the satellite is stopped and then released in its orbit
(Assume that the satellite experiences gravitational force due to the planet only).

(A) It will fall into the planet

T
(B) The time of fall of the satellite into the planet is nearly
8
2T
(C) The time of fall of the satellite into the planet is nearly
8

(D) It cannot fall into the planet so time of fall of the satellite is meaningless

,d mixzg] xzg d spkjksavks j R f=kT;k ¼t ksxzg d h f=kT;k lscgqr T;knk gS½ ,oaT vkorZd ky ls?kwerk gSA ;fn
mixzg d ksjksd d j fLFkj voLFkk esay k;k t k;srFkk viuh d {kk esaeqä fd ;k t k;sarks¼;g ekfu;sfd mixz g
d soy xzg d sd kj.k xq: Rokd "kZ.k cy vuqHko d jrk gS½ &

(A) rks;g xzg ij fxj t k;sxkA

T
(B) mixz
g d sfxjusd k le; y xHkx gksxkA
8
2T
(C) mixz
g d sxzg ij fxjusd k le; y xHkx gksxkA
8

(D) ;g xzg ij ughafxj ld sxk] vr% mixzg d sfxjusd k le; vFkZghu gSA

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33. Select the incorrect statement from following.

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(A) conversing lens can not from real image for virtual object
(B) diversing mirror can not from real image for real object
(C) conversing mirror can not form real image for virtual object
(D) diversing lens cannot form real image for virtual object
fuEu esalsv l R; d Fku@d Fkuksad k p;u d hft ,A
(A) vfHklkjh y s
al vkHkklh oLrqd k okLrfod izfrfcEc ughacuk ld rk gSA
(B) vilkjh niZ .k okLrfod oLrqd k okLrfod izfrfcEc ughacuk ld rk gSA
(C) vfHklkjh niZ .k vkHkklh oLrqd k okLrfod izfrfcEc ughacuk ld rk gSA
(D) vilkjh y sal vkHkklh oLrqd k okLrfod iz frfcEc ughacuk ld rk gS
A

34. Four point masses each of mass m are placed on vertices of a regular tetrahedron. Distance
between any two masses is r.

(A) Gravitation field at centre is zero

4Gm
(B) Gravitation potential at centre is
r
6Gm2
(C) Gravitation potential energy of system in
r
6Gm2
(D) Gravitation force on one of the point mass is
r2
pkj fcUnqnzO;eku] izR;sd d k nzO;eku m gS] t ks,d leprq"Q y d d s'kh"kkZsaij j[ksgq, gSA fd Ugh nksnzO;ekuksa
d se/; nwjh r gS%
(A) d s
Unzij xq: Roh; {kS=k 'kwU; gSA

4Gm
(B) d s
Unzij xq: Roh; foHko gSA
r
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6Gm2
(C) fud k; d h xq
: Roh; fLFkfrt Å t kZ gSA
r
6Gm2
(D) fd lh Hkh ,d fcUnqnzO;eku ij xq: Roh; cy gSA
r2

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35. An infinite long line charge of charge per unit length  is passing through one of the edge of a

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cube. Length of edge of the qube is . (see figure.)

H G

E
F
C
D
A B

 
(A) Total flux linked with cube is (B) Total flux linked with BADC is
20 8 0


(C) Total flux linked with BCGF is (D) Total flux linked with ABFE is zero
8 0

,d ?ku d h fd lh ,d Hkqt k ls izfr ,d ka d y EckbZd svkos'k ?kuRo d k vUur y EckbZd k js


f[k; vkos'k xqt jrk
gSA ?ku d h Hkq
t k d h y EckbZ gSA (fp=k nsf[k;sA)

 
(A) ?ku lsxqt jusoky k d qy ¶y Dl gSA (B) BADC lslEcfU/kr d qy ¶y Dl gSA
20 8 0


(C) BCGF lslEcfU/kr d qy ¶y Dl gSA (D) ABFE lslEcfU/kr d qy ¶y Dl 'kwU; gSA
8 0

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PHYSICS
SECTION-3 : (Integer value correct Type)
[k.M – 3 : (iw.kk±d eku l gh çd kj)
This section contains 5 questions. The answer to each question is a Two digit integer, ranging
from 00 to 99 (both inclusive).
bl [k.M esa5 ç'u gSaA çR;sd ç'u d k mÙkj 00 ls99 rd ¼nksuksa'kkfey ½ d schp d k nksv ad ksaoky k iw.kk±d
gSA

36. A cavity of radius r is present inside a solid dielectric sphere of radius R, having a volume charge
density of . The distance between the centres of the sphere and the cavity is a. An electron e is
kept inside the cavity at an angle  = 450 as shown. The electron (of mass m and charge –e) will
1/ 2
 P 2 m r 0 
take   time to touch the sphere again. Neglect gravity. Fill the value of 'P' in your

 ea 

OMR sheet.
R f=kT;k d sBksl ijkoS| qr xksy sesar f=kT;k d h d ksVj (cavity) mifLFkr gS
A xksy sd k vk;ru vkos'k ?kuRo  gSA
xksy sd sd sUnzo d ksVj d sd sUnzd schp d h nwjh a gSA ,d by sDVªkWu e d ks'k d svUnj  = 450 d sd ks.k ij
fp=kkuql kj j[kk gSA by sDVªkWu ¼d k nzO;eku m o vkos'k – e gSA½ xksy s d ks nqckjk Li'kZ d jus esa
1/ 2
 P 2 m r 0 
  le; y sxk ? ¼xq: Ro ux.; gSA½'P' d k eku viuh OMR 'khV esaHkfj;sA

 ea 

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37. A meteorite approaching a planet of mass M (in the straight line passing through the centre of the

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planet) collides with an automatic space station orbiting the planet in a circular trajectory of radius
R. The mass of the station is ten times as large as the mass of the meteorite. As a result of the
collision, the meteorite sticks in the station which goes over to a new orbit with the minimum
distance R/2 from the planet. If the velocity with which meteorite just before the collision is
NGM
. Then N is :
R

,d mYd kfi.M ,d M nzO;eku d sxzg d h vksj vk jgk gS(xz g d sd sUnzlsxqt jusoky h lh/kh js[kk d svuqfn'k)A
og xzg d spkjksavksj R f=kT;k d soÙ̀kkd kj iFk esapDd j d kV jgsLopfy r vUrfj{k LVs'ku lsVd jkrk gSA
vUrfj{k LVs'ku d k nzO;eku mYd kfi.M d snzO;eku d k 10 xq.kk gSA VDd j d si'pkr~mYd kfi.M] LVs'ku ls
fpid t krk gSrFkk ;subZd {kk esaLFkkfir gkst krsgSA d {kk d h xzg lsU;wure nwjh R/2 gSA VDd j d sBhd
NGM
igy smYd kfi.M d k osx d s gS
A rc N gS%
R

38. There are two non conducting concentric spherical shells. If inner has uniform charge Q on it’s
surface and outer is uncharged then total energy of system in 25 J. If outer has uniform charge –Q
on its’ surface and inner is uncharged then total energy of system is 10 J. What will be total energy
of system (In joules) if inner shell has +Q and outer has –Q charge distributed uniformlly on their
surface.

;gk¡nksld sUnzh; vpky d xksy kd kj d ks'k gSA ;fn vkUrfjd xksy sd h lrg ij ,d leku vkos'k Q forfjr gS]
rFkk ckg~; lrg vukosf'kr gS] rc fud k; d h d qy Å t kZ25 t wy gSA ;fn ckg~; d ks'k ij –Q vkos'k ,d leku
forfjr gS] rFkk vkUrfjd lrg vukosf'kr gS] rc fud k; d h d qy Å t kZ10 t wy gSA ;fn vkUrfjd d ks'k +Q
vkos'k rFkk ckg~; d ks'k –Q vkos'k mud h lrg ij ,d leku forfjr j[krsgS] rksfud k; d h d qy Å t kZt wy esa
D;k gksxhA

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39. A convex lens forms image at distance 60 cm from the lens for an object placed on its principal

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axis. If one more convex lens is placed in contact with first one then image shifts closer to
combination by 40 cm. Focal length of second lens in cm is :
,d mÙky y sal mld h v{k ij j[kh fd lh oLrqd k izfrfcEc y sal ls60 cm d h nwjh ij cukrk gS A ;fn ,d
vU; mÙky y sal izFke d slEiZd esaj[kk t krk gS] rc izfrfcEc la;kst u d h vksj 40 cm fud V foLFkkfir gksrk
gSA f}Ùkh; y sal d h Q ksd l nwjh cm esagksxhA

40. A point source S is placed at distance 40 cm from a screen. Intensity at a point P on screen which
is closest to the source is I0. A convex lens of focal length 20 cm is placed exactly at mid-point of
SP such that SP is principal axis of the convex lens. Now intensity at P becomes xI0. Find the
value of x is :

,d fcUnqL=kksr S insZls40 cm d h nwjh ij j[kk gq v k gSA L=kksr lsinsZij fud Vre fLFkr fcUnqP ij rhozrk
I0 gS A 20 cm Q ksd l nwjh d k mÙky y sal SP d sBhd e/; fcUnqij bl izd kj j[kk t krk gS] fd SP mÙky
y sal d h eq[; v{k gS
A vc fcUnqP ij rhozrk xI0 gkst krh gSA x d k eku Kkr d hft , :

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PART III : CHEMISTRY

CHEMSITRY
SECTION – 1 : (Only One option correct Type)
[k.M – 1 : (d soy ,d l gh fod Yi çd kj)
This section contains 10 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
bl [k.M esa10 cgqfod Yi ç'u gSaA çR;sd ç'u esapkj fod Yi (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gSa] ft uesalsd soy ,d
lgh gSA

41. 4.00 g of mixture of NaCl and Na2CO3 was dissolved in HCl to produce 560 ml CO2 at STP. The
percentage composition of the original mixture is :
NaCl vkSj Na2CO3 d sfeJ.k d s4.00 g d ksHCl esafoy s; d jrsgSA t ksfd STP ij 560 ml CO2 mRiUu
d jrk gSA ewy feJ.k d k iz
fr'kr laxBu gksxk %
(A) 33.75% NaCl, 66.25% Na2CO3 (B) 40% NaCl, 60% Na2CO3
(C) 25.75% NaCl, 74.25% Na2CO3 (D) 60% NaCl, 40% Na2CO3

42. 10 ml of 0.02 M weak monoacidic base (Kb = 1  10–12) is titrated with 0.02 M HCl in water at

298K. The concentration of H+ at equivalence point is (Kw = 1  10–14 at 25° C)

(A) 0.01 M (B) 6.18  10–3 M


(C) 0.1 M (D) 2.7  10–2 M
298 K ij 0.02 M nqcZy ,d vEy h; {kkj (Kb = 1  10–12) d s10 ml d kst y esa0.02 M HCl d slkFk
vuqekfir fd ;k x;kA rc rqY;ka
d fcUnqij H+ d h lkUnzrk gS& (25° C ij Kw = 1  10–14)
(A) 0.01 M (B) 6.18  10–3 M
(C) 0.1 M (D) 2.7  10–2 M

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43. S1 : The mass of one mole of electrons is about 0.548 mg
S2 : If two different aqueous solution of HCl and HBr have same mole fraction of solute, then

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molality of HCl solution will be greater as compared to that of HBr solution.
S3 : Density of 2M aqueous KOH solution is greater than that of 1 M aqueous solution.
S4 : For identifying the limiting reagent in a chemical reaction, the amount of anyone of the product
can be calculated if each reactant is completely consumed. The reactant which produces least
mass of product is the limiting reagent.
S1 : ,d eks y by sDVªkWu d k nzO;eku y xHkx 0.548 mg gSA
S2 : ;fn HCl rFkk HBr d snksfHkUu fHkUu t yh; foy ;u] foy s; d sleku eksy izHkkt j[krsgSarc] HCl foy ;u
d h eksy y rk HBr foy ;u d h rqy uk esavf/kd gksxhA
S3 : t y h; KOH d s2M lkUnz rk oky sfoy ;u d k ?kuRo] 1 M t y h; foy ;u d h rqy uk esa] vf/kd gksrk gSA
S4 : ,d jklk;fud vfHkfØ ;k es alhekar vfHkfd eZd d ksigpkuusd sfy ;sfd lh Hkh mRikn d h ek=kk Kkr d h
t krh gS;fn izR;sd vfHkd kjd d h laiw.kZek=kk [kpZgkspqd h gksA rc og vfHkd eZd t ksd h U;wure ek=kk esa
mRikn mRiUu d jrk gS] lhekar vfHkd eZd d gykrk gS A
(A) T T T T (B) F T F F (C) T F T T (D) T F F T

44. CH3COOH dimerise in benzene according to reaction


2CH3COOH (CH3COOH)2
If 60% mole of CH3COOH goes in dimer formation and remaining is in monomer form then what is
average molecular mass of CH3COOH.
cs
t hu dhmifLFkfr es
a aCH3COOH fuEu vfHkfØ;kdsvuq
lkj f}ydhdr̀ gks
rkgS
2CH3COOH (CH3COOH)2
;fn CH3COOH ds60% eks
y f}yd dk fuekZ
.k djrsgSrFkk 'ks
"k ,dyd :i es
aik, tkrsgSrks CH3COOH dk vkS
lr
v.kq
Hkkj D;kgks
xk\
(A) 90 (B) 60 (C) 85.71 (D) 96
45. How many number of moles of MnO4– and MnO2 are formed respectively by disproportionation of
1 mole MnO42–.
,d eksy MnO42– d sfo"kekuqikrhd j.k lsMnO4– rFkkMnO2 d sØ e'k% fd ruseksy çkIr gksxsA
1 1 1 2 2 1
(A) , (B) , (C) , (D) 1, 2
3 3 3 3 3 3

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46. In the reaction CrO5 + H2SO4 Cr2(SO4)3 + H2O + O2 one mole of CrO5 will liberate how many
moles of O2 ?

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(A) 5/2 (B) 5/4 (C) 9/2 (D) none of these
vfHkfØ ;kCrO5 + H2SO4 Cr2(SO4)3 + H2O + O2 esa,d eksy CrO5 lsfd ruseksy O2 eqDr gksxh \
(A) 5/2 (B) 5/4 (C) 9/2 (D) buesalsd ksbZugh
47. Dichloroacetic acid (CHCl2 COOH) is oxidised to CO2, H2O and Cl2 by 600 meq of an oxidising
agent. Same amount of acid can neutralize how many moles of ammonia to form ammonium
dichloroacetate?
MkbZDy ks
jks,flfVd vEy (CHCl2 COOH), d ks600 fey h rqY;kad (meq) vkWDlhd kjd }kjk CO2, H2O o Cl2 esa
vkWDlhd r̀ fd ;k t krk gS
A vEy d h leku ek=kk] veksfu;k d sfd ruseksy d ksmnklhu d j ld rh gSft llsd h
veksfu;eMkbDy ksjks,flVsV d k fuekZ.k gksrk gSA
(A) 0.0167 (B) 0.1 (C) 0.3 (D) 0.6

48. Aniline behaves as a weak base. When 0.1 M, 50 ml solution of aniline is mixed with 0.1 M,
25 ml solution of HCl the pH of resulting solution is 8. Then the pH of 0.01 M solution of
aniliniumchloride will be (Kw = 10–14) :
,fuy hu nqcZy {kkj fd Hkkafr O;ogkj d jrh gSA t c ,fuy hu d s0.1 M , 50 ml foy ;u d ksHCl d s0.1 M,
25 ml foy ;u d slkFk fey k;k x;k rksifj.kkeh foy ;u d h pH 8 gSrc ,fuyhfu;e Dyks jkbM d s0.01M
foy ;u d k pH D;k gksxkA (Kw = 10–14) :
(A) 6 (B) 6.5 (C) 5 (D) 5.5

49. Degree of dissociation of 10–1 M CH3COOH is supressed maximum by adding in equal volume of
(Given Ka = 2  10–5)
fuEu esalsfd ld sleku vk;ru d ksfey kd j] 10–1 M CH3COOH d h fo;kst u d h ek=kk d ksvf/kd re vo: )
fd ;k t k ld rk gSA (fn;k gSKa = 2  10–5)
(A) 1 M CH3COOH (B) 10–4 M HCl (C) 10–4 M NH4OH (D) Water ¼t y ½

50. If at 298 K, the solubility of AgCl in 0.05 M BaCl2(completely dissociated) is found to be very nearly
10–9 M and E 0Ag / Ag = – 0.80V. Then the value of E 0Cl– / AgCl / Ag at the same temperature will be :
;fn 298 K ij, 0.05 M BaCl2 (iw.kZr% fo;ksft r) esaAgCl d h foy s;rk 10–9 M d scgqr ut nhd ikbZxbZrFkk
E 0Ag / Ag = – 0.80V. gS
A rc leku rki ij E 0Cl– / AgCl / Ag d k eku gksxk%
(A) 1.39 V (B) 0.8295 V (C) –0.7705 V (D) 0.21 V

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SECTION – 2 : (One or more options correct Type)


[k.M – 2 : (,d ;k v f/kd l gh fod Yi çd kj)

CHEMSITRY
This section contains 5 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct.
bl [k.M esa5 cgqfod Yi ç'u gSaA çR;sd ç'u esapkj fod Yi (A),(B),(C) vkSj (D) gSa] ft uesals,d ;k vf/kd
lgh gSA

51. 1.24 g of an organic compound containing C,H and O on complete combustion in air produces
1.76 g CO2 and 1.08 g H2O. However it is known that if all the H–atoms from 0.1 mole of given
organic compound are extracted and converted into hydrogen gas, then the gas is found to occupy
6.72 L at STP. Then, identify the correct statement(s) :
(A) The empirical formula of the given organic compound is CH3O.
(B) The volume of air (containing 20% oxygen by volume at STP) required for the complete
combustion of 1 mole of organic compound is 280 L.
(C) If all the O–atoms from 0.2 moles of given organic compound are extracted and converted to
oxygen gas, 6.4 g of O2 is obtained.
(D) The mass of water produced upon complete combustion of 0.5 moles of given organic
compound is 27 g.

C,H rFkk O j[kusoky s,d d kcZ fud ;kSfxd d s1.24 g d k ok;qesaiw.kZngu d jkusij] 1.76 g CO2 rFkk
1.08 g H2O mRiUu d jrk gS A ;) fi ;g Kkr gSfd ] t c fn;sx;sd kcZfud ;kSfxd d s0.1 eksy d slHkh
H- ijek.kqv ksad ksiF̀kd ~d j gkbMªkst u xSl esaifjofrZr fd ;k t krk gSrc iz
kIr xSl NTP ij 6.72 L vk;ru
j[krh gSA rc fuEu esalslgh d Fkuksad h igpku d hft ;s%
(A) fn;sx;sd kcZ fud ;kSfxd d k ewy kuqikrh lw=k CH3O gSA
(B) d kcZ
fud ;kSfxd d s1 eks y d siw.kZngu d sfy , vko';d ok;qd k vk;ru 280 L gS(t ksfd STP ij
vk;ru ls20% vkWDlht u j[krh gS)
(C) ;fn fn;sx;sd kcZ fud ;kSfxd d s0.2 eksy esalslHkh O–ijek.kqiF̀kd d jd s] vkWDlht u xSl esaifjofrZr
d jusij O2 d s6.4 g izkIr gks rsgSA
(D) fn;sx;sd kcZ fud ;kSfxd d s0.5 eksy d siw.kZngu ij mRiUu t y d k Hkkj 27 g izkIr gksrk gSA

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52. The standard reduction potentials of some half cell reactions are given below :
PbO2 + 4H+ + 2e– Pb2+ + 2H2O E0 = 1.455 V

CHEMSITRY
MnO4– + 8H+ + 5e– Mn2+ + 4H2O E0 = 1.51 V

Ce4+ + e– Ce3+ E0 = 1.61 V


H2O2 + 2H+ + 2e– 2H2O E0 = 1.71 V
Pick out the correct statement :
(A) Ce+4 will oxidise Pb2+ to PbO2

(B) MnO -4 will oxidise Pb2+ to PbO2

(C) H2O2 will oxidise Mn+2 to MnO -4

(D) PbO2 will oxidise Mn+2 to MnO -4

d qN v) Zlsy vfHkfØ ;kvksad sekud vip;u foHko uhpsfn, gSa&


PbO2 + 4H+ + 2e– Pb2+ + 2H2O E0 = 1.455 V

MnO4– + 8H+ + 5e– Mn2+ + 4H2O E0 = 1.51 V

Ce4+ + e– Ce3+ E0 = 1.61 V


H2O2 + 2H+ + 2e– 2H2O E0 = 1.71 V

lgh d Fku d kspqfu;s&


(A) Ce+4 , Pb2+ d ksPbO2 es
avkWDlhd r̀ d jsxk
(B) MnO -4 , Pb2+ d ksPbO2 es
avkWDlhd r̀ d jsxk

(C) H2O2 , Mn+2 d ksMnO -4 esavkWDlhd r̀ d jsxk

(D) PbO2 , Mn+2 d ksMnO -4 esavkWDlhd r̀ d jsxk

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53. Acetic acid and propionic acid have Ka values 1.75 × 10–5 and 1.3 × 10–5 respectively at a
certain temperature. An equimolar solution of a mixture, of the two acids is partially neutralised by

CHEMSITRY
NaOH. How is the ratio of the contents of acetate and propionate ions related to the Ka values and
the molarity ?
   1.75   
(A)      , where  and  are ionised fractions of their acids
 1    1.3  1   
(B) The ratio is unrelated to the Ka values.
(C) The ratio is unrelated to the molarity of acid.
(D) The ratio is unrelated to the pH of the solution.
,d fuf'pr rki ij ,lhfVd vEy rFkk çksfi;ksfud vEy d sKa d seku Ø e'k%1.75 × 10–5 rFkk1.3 × 10–5 gSA
nksuksvEy ksad sleku eksy j foy ;u d s,d feJ.k d ksNaOH d s}kjk vkaf'kd : i lsmnklhu fd ;k x;kA
,lhVsV rFkk çksfiusV vk;u d h ek=kk d k vuqikr Ka d seku rFkk eksy jrk lsd Sl slEcfU/kr gksrk gS\
   1.75   
(A)      , t gk¡ rFkk  mud svEyksad svk;fud fHkUu gSA
 1    1.3  1   
(B) vuq
ikr Ka eku lslEcU/k ughaj[krk gSA
(C) vuq
ikr eksy jrk lslEcU/k ughaj[krk gSA
(D) vuq
ikr foy ;u d spH lslEcU/k ughaj[krk gSA

54. Make out the right combination of cell and condition for the spontaneity :
lsy d k lgh la;kst u rFkk lkFk gh Lor% izofrZrk d h ifjfLFkfr crkb;s&
(A) Pt (H2) | HCl | (H2) Pt ; P1 > P2
P1 1M P2
(B) Zn | Zn (C1) || Zn2+ (C2) | Zn ; C2 > C1
2+

(C) Pt (Cl2) | Cl– (C1) || Cl– (C2) | (Cl2) Pt ; C2 > C1


1 atm 1 atm
(D) Pt (H2) | HCl (C1) || HCl (C2) | (H2) Pt ; C2 > C1
1 atm 1 atm

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55. For the cell (at 298 K)

CHEMSITRY
Ag(s) | AgCl(s) | Cl– (aq) || AgNO3 (aq) | Ag(s)

Which of following is/are correct -

(A) The cell emf will be zero when [Ag+] in anodic compartment = [Ag+] in cathodic compartment.

(B) The amount of AgCl(s) precipitate in anodic compartment will increase with the working of the

cell.

(C) The concentration of [Ag+] remain constant, in anodic compartment during working of cell.

0.059 1
(D) 0 = E0Ag | Ag  E0Cl | AgCl | Ag  log
1 K sp (AgCl)

(298 K ij) lS
y Ag(s) | AgCl(s) | Cl– (aq) || AgNO3 (aq) | Ag(s) d sfy ,

fuEu esalsd kSulk@d kSulsd Fku lgh gS@ gSa&

(A) lS
y d k fo- ok- cy 'kwU; gksxk ;fn ,uks
M hd d {k esa[Ag+] = 0d SFkksM hd d {k esa[Ag+]

(B) lS
y d h fØ ;k d slkFk ,uks
M hd d {k esaAgCl(s) vo{ksi d h ek=kk c<+sxhA

(C) lS
y d h fØ ;k fo/kh d snkSjku ,uksfMd d {k esa[Ag+] d h lkUnzrk fLFkj cuh jgrh gSA

0.059 1
(D) 0 = E0Ag | Ag  E0Cl | AgCl | Ag  log
1 K sp (AgCl)

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CHEMSITRY
[k.M – 3 : (iw.kk±d eku l gh çd kj)
This section contains 5 questions. The answer to each question is a two digit integer, ranging
from 00 to 99 (both inclusive).
bl [k.M esa 5 ç'u gSaA çR;sd ç'u d k m Ùkj 00 l s99 rd ¼nksuksa'kkfey ½ d schp d k nksv ad ksoky k iw.kk±d
gSA
56. Number of moles of CaO required to remove hardness from 1000 litre water having 324 ppm of
calcium bicarbonate and 74.5 ppm of potassium chloride is :
324 ppm d SfY'k;e ckbd kcksZusV o 74.5 ppm ikSVsf'k;e Dy ks
jkbM eqDr 1000 y hVj t y lsd Bksjrk gVkusd s
fy , vko';d CaO d seksy ksad h la[;k fuEu gS%

57. A current of 0.1A was passed for 2hr through a solution of cuprocyanide and 0.3745 g of copper
was deposited on the cathode. Calculate the current efficiency for the copper deposition.
D;qizksl kbukbM d sfoy ;u esa0.1A d h /kkjk d ks2 ?k.Vsrd izokfgr fd ;k t krk gSft llsd SFkksM ij 0.3745 g
Cu fu{ks
fir gksrk gSrksfu{ksfir d kWij d sfy, /kkjk d h n{krk d h x.kuk d hft ;sA

58. The active ingredient in aspirin is acetyl salicylic acid.


HC9H7O4 + H2O H3O+ + C9H7O4–, Ka = 6.25 × 10–9
What is the pH of the solution obtained by dissolving two aspirin tablets in 250mL of water ?
Assume that each tablet contains 0.36 g of acetyl salicylic acid.

,Lijhu d k lfØ ; ?kVd ,lhfVy lSy hflfy d vEy gSA


HC9H7O4 + H2O H3O+ + C9H7O4–, Ka = 6.25 × 10–9
250mL t y esa,Lijhu d h nksxksfy ;ksad ksfoy s; d jusij izkIr foy ;u d h pH D;k gS\ ekuk d h izR;sd
xksy h] esa,lhfVy lSfy flfy d vEy d k 0.36 g mifLFkr gSA

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59. W e have taken a saturated solution of AgBr. K s p of AgBr is 12 × 10 –14
. If 10 – 7 mole
of AgNO 3 are added to 1 litre of this solution then the conductivity of this solution in

CHEMSITRY
terms of 10 – 7 Sm – 1 units will be
º º º
[Given (Ag = 4 × 10
)
–3
Sm 2 mol – 1 (Br  = 6 × 10
)
–3
S m 2 mol – 1 (NO  , = 5 × 10
)
–3
Sm 2
3

mol – 1 ]
AgBr d k l ar Ìr foy ;u fy ;k x;k gSA AgBr d k K s p 12 × 10 – 1 4 gSA ;fn bl foy ;u d s 1
y hVj esa 10 – 7 eksy AgNO 3 fey k;k t krk gS] rks bl foy ;u d h p ky d rk 10 – 7 Sm – 1 bd kbZ d s
inksaesagksx h&
[ fn;k gqv k gS& (Ag
º
 = 4 × 10
)
–3 º
Sm 2 mol – 1 (Br  = 6 × 10
)
–3 º
S m 2 mol – 1 (NO  ,
)
= 5 × 10 – 3
3

Sm 2 mol – 1 ]

60. What will be the volume strength of 100 mL of H2O2 required to react completely with 61 mL of
KMnO4 in acidic medium ? (Given that 61 mL of KMnO4 reacts completely with 5 mL of 1 M
K4[Fe(CN)6], where it converts into K+, Fe3+, CO32– and NO3–) : Give your answer to nearest whole
number
vEy h; ek/;e es61 mL KMnO4 d slkFk iw.kZfØ ;k d jusd sfy , vko';d 100 mL H2O2 d k vk;ru lkeF;Z
D;k gksxk% (fn;k gSfd 61 mL KMnO4, 1 M K4[Fe(CN)6] d s5 mL d slkFk iw.kZr% fØ ;k d jrk gS] t gk¡;g
K+, Fe3+, CO32– o NO3– esaifjofrZr gkst krk gSA) : viuk mÙkj fud Vre iw.kZla[;k esansA

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Cross (X) mark on the option once filled. Do not scribble,
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The question paper consists of three parts (Mathematics,
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jlk;u foKku½ gSaA gj Hkkx d srhu [k.M gSaA sections.
14. [kaM 1 esa10 cgqfod Yi iz'u gSaA gj iz'u esapkj fod Yi Section 1 contains 10 multiple choice questions.
(A), (B), (C) vkS
j (D) gSaft uesalsd soy ,d l gh gSA Each question has Four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D)
out of which only ONE is correct.
15. M 2 es
[ka a5 cgq
fod Yi iz'u gSA gj iz
a 'u es
apkj fod Yi (A), Section 2 contains 5 multiple choice questions. Each
(B), (C) vkS
j (D) gSaft uesals,d ;k v f/kd l gh gSA question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of
which ONE or MORE are correct.

16. [kaM 3 esa5 iz'u gSaA izR;sd iz'u d k mÙkj 00 ls99 rd Section 3 contains 5 questions. The answer to each
¼nksuksa'kkfey ½ d schp ,d f} vad h; iw.kkZad gSA question is a double-digit integer, ranging from 00 to 99
(both inclusive).
D. v ad u ;kst uk D. Marking Scheme
17. [kaM 1 esa gj iz'u esa d soy l gh m Ùkj oky s For each question in Section 1, you will be awarded
cqy cqy s(BUBBLES) d ksd ky kd jusij 3 v ad vkSj d ksbZ 3 marks if you darken the bubble corresponding to only
Hkhcqy cw y kd kykughad jusij (0) va
d iz
nku fd , t k;s
xs
a A the correct answer and zero mark if no bubbles are
darkened. In all other cases, minus one (–1) mark will
vU; lHkhfLFkfr;ksaesa_ .kkRed ,d (–1) vad iznku fd ;k
be awarded.
t k;sxkA
18. [kaM 2 esagj iz'u esad soy lgh mÙkjksa¼mÙkj½ oky slHkh For each question in Section 2, you will be awarded
cqy cqy s(BUBBLES) d ksd ky kd jusij 4 v ad vkSj d ksbZ 4 marks if you darken the bubble(s) corresponding to
only the correct answer and zero mark if no bubbles
Hkhcqy cw y kd kykughad jusij (0) va
d iznku fd , t k;s
xs
aA are darkened. No negative marks will be awarded for
bl [ka M d siz 'uks
aes
axyr mÙkj ns
usij d ks
bZ_ .kkRed v a
d incorrect answers in this section.
ughafn;st k;saxsA

19. [kaM 3 esagj iz'u esad soy lgh mÙkjksa¼mÙkj½ oky slHkh For each question in Section 3, you will be awarded
cqy cqy s(BUBBLES) d ky k d jusij 4 v ad vkSj d ksbZHkh 4 marks if you darken all the bubble(s) corresponding to
cqy cwy k d ky k ughad jusij (0) vad iznku fd , t k;saxsA only the correct answer(s) and zero mark if no bubbles
are darkened. No negative marks will be awarded for
bl [ka M d siz 'uks
aes
axyr mÙkj nsusij d ks
bZ_ .kkRed v a d incorrect answers in this section.
ughafn;st k;saxsA

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