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JEE MAIN

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Class: XII / XIII Date: 31-03-2018 Time: 2 Hours. Max. Marks: 240

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Mathematics and Physics respectively. Please fill the OMR answer Sheet accordingly and
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USEFUL DATA
Atomic weights: Al = 27, Mg = 24, Cu = 63.5, Mn = 55, Cl = 35.5, O = 16, H = 1, P = 31, Ag = 108, N = 14,
Li = 7, I = 127, Cr = 52, K=39, S = 32, Na = 23, C = 12, Br = 80, Fe = 56, Ca = 40, Zn = 65.5, Ti = 48,
Ba = 137, U = 238, Co= 59, B =11, F = 19, He = 4, Ne = 20, Ar = 40 , Mo = 96
[Take : ln 2 = 0.693, ln 1.1 = 0.095, ln 3 = 1.09, e = 1.6 × 10–19, me= 9.1 × 10–31 kg ]
Take: 0 = 8.85 × 10–12 C2/Nm2, g = 10 m/s2, Swater = 1 cal/gm °C, Lice = 80 cal/gm. , g = 10 m/s2
unless otherwise stated

M AT H E M AT I C S
Q.1 If y = 3[x] + 1 = 4[x – 1] – 10, where [·] Q.4 The system of equations x + y + z = 2,
denotes the greatest integer function, then 3x – y + 2z = 6 and 3x + y + z = –18
[x + 2y] is has
(1) 76 (2) 61 (1) A unique solution
(3) 107 (4) 67 (2) No solutions
(3) An infinite number of solutions
2 (4) Zero solution as the only solution
dx
Q.2 If I = 
1 2 x  9 x 2  12 x  4
3 , then Q.5 The equation of straight line which bisects
the intercepts made by the axes on the
1 1 1 lines
(1) I (2)  I 1
2 3 3 x + y = 2 and 2x + 3y = 6 is
(1) 2x = 3 (2) y = 1
1 1 (3) 2y = 3 (4) x = 1
(3) I (4) None of these
4 3
sin x ; x  n, n  Z
Q.6 If f(x) =  and
 2 ; otherwise
z4 1
Q.3 If the real part of is equal to x 2  1 ; x  0, 2
2z  i 2 
then the point z lies on g(x) =  4 ; x  0 , then the value of
 5; x  2
(1) circle (2) pair of lines 
(3) straight line (4) parabola
Lim gf ( x )  is equal to
x0
(1) 5 (2) 6
(3) 7 (4) 1
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Q.7 If the sum of the series Q.10 Let x be an integer for which middle
2 4 8 term of the expansion (1 + x) 2n is the
1 +  2  3 + .....  is a finite numerically greatest term as well then the
x x x value of x is
number, then (1) 1 (2) 2
(1) x > 2 (2) x > –2 (3) 3 (4) 4
1
(3) x > (4) None of these Q.11 If the derivative of the function f(x) which
2
bx 2  ax  4; x  1
is given by f(x) =  2 ,
Q.8 If 4î  7ˆj  8k̂ , 2î  3ˆj  4k̂ and ax  b; x  1
2î  5ˆj  7 k̂ are the position vectors of the is continuous on R, then
vertices A, B and C of triangle ABC, the (1) a = 2, b = 3 (2) a = 3, b = 2
position vector of the point where the (3) a = –2, b = –3 (4) a = –3, b = –2
bisector of A meets BC is
Q.12 If log 3 N = a 1 + b 1
2 2
(1) (6î  8ˆj  6k̂ ) (2) (6î  8ˆj  6k̂ ) log 5 N = a 2 + b 2
3 3 where a 1 , a 2 are natural numbers and b 1
1 1 b 2  [0, 1). If a 1 a 2 = 6 then the number
(3) (6î  13ˆj  18k̂ ) (4) (5î  12k̂ ) of integral value of N, is
3 3
(1) 20 (2) 48
Q.9 If the chance that ship will arrive safely at (3) 54 (4) 68

9
a port, is , the chance that out of 5 x y
10 Q.13 At which point the line  = 1,
a b
ships expected to arrive at the port, at
least 4 will arrive safely, is x
touches the curve y = be a
91854 91827
(1) (2) (1) (0, 0) (2) (0, a)
100000 100000 (3) (0, b) (4) (b, 0)
91881
(3) (4) None of these
100000

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Q.14 The two parabolas x 2 = 4y and y2 = 4x Q.18 The function
meet in two distinct points. One of these f(x) = ln (1 + sin 2x) – ln (cos 2x)
is the origin and the other is
 
(1) (2, 2) (2) (4, –4)  x   0,  is the antiderivative of
(3) (4, 4) (4) (–2, 2)  4
1
(1) sec 2x (2) cosec 2x
Q.15 If cos  + 3 sin  = 2, then  (only 2
principal value) is (3) 2sec 2x (4) 2cosec 2x
 2
(1) (2) Q.19 If number of significant digit before
3 3 decimal in 264 is a and number of zero's
4 5 after decimal and before first significant
(3) (4) digit in 3 –50 is b, then b – a is
3 3
(here log10 2 = 0.3010, log103 = 0.4771)
 dy (1) 3 (2) 4
Q.16 If y = cos(sin x 2), then at x = , =
2 dx (3) 6 (4) 1
(1) –2 (2) 2
Q.20 Let matrix A of order 3 is such that
 A2 = 2A – I where I is an identity matrix of
(3) –2 (4) 0
2 order 3. Then for n  N and n  2, An is
equal to
(1) nA – (n – 1)I (2) nA – I
1
Q.17 For the given circle, if x = (J  K ) , (3) 2 n – 1 A – (n – 1)I (4) 2n – 1 A – I
2
K Q.21 If
then the value of is
J   n C 0  n C1  n C 2  .....  n C n 
5 S=   n
Pn
,

x n   
6 then S is equal to
4 (1) 2e (2) 2e – 1
(3) 2e + 1 (4) None of these
(1) – 53 (2) – 43
(3) 43 (4) 53
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Q.22 If a curve passes through the point Q.25 The smallest value of n for which
n
 1   1 i 
M(–1, 1) and has slope  2 x  2  at    1 , is
 x  1 i 
any point P(x, y) on it, then the ordinate (1) 1 (2) 2
of the point on the curve whose abscissa (3) 3 (4) 4
is –2, is
5 7
(1) (2) sin n 7  cos n 37
2 2 Q.26 Let P(n) = , then find
sin 7  cos 37
9 11 num ber of z ero's aft er deci m al i n
(3) (4)
2 2 (P(3))100, given
log 10 3 = 0.4771, log 10 2 = 0.3010, is
Q.23 A function f such that (1) 4 (2) 8
f '(a) = f "(a) = f "'(a) = …… = f (2n) (a) = 0 (3) 12 (4) 16
and f has a local maximum value b at
x = a, if f(x) is Q.27 On the set N of all natural numbers, define
(1) (x – a) 2n+2 the relation R by a R b if and only if the
(2) b – 1 – (x + 1 – a) 2n–1 greatest common divisor of a and b is 2,
(3) b – (x – a) 2n+2 then R is
(4) (x – a) 2n+2 – b (1) reflexive but not symmetric
(2) symmetric only
Q.24 The circumradius of the triangle whose (3) reflexive and transistive
sides are 13, 12 and 5, is : (4) equivalence
13
(1) 15 (2)
2 Q.28 The number of solution of equation
15 cos  = | 1 + sin  | in interval [0, 3],
(3) (4) 6
2 is
(1) 3 (2) 4
(3) 6 (4) 9

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Q.29 If Q.30 Four boxes each contain 5 objects. The
tan 2 A tan 2B + tan 2B · tan 2C first box contains 1 green object and
+ tan 2C · tan 2A = tan 2 A · tan 2 B · tan 2 C, 4 gold objects, the second 2 green and
then the value of 3 gold, the third 3 green and 2 gold and
cosec 2 A + cosec 2 B + cosec 2 C will be the fourth 4 green and 1 gold. One of the
(1) 2 (2) 1 boxes is chosen at random and 2 objects
(3) 3 (4) 4 are drawn from it. The probability that
both objects are gold is
1 1
(1) (2)
16 8
1 1
(3) (4)
4 2

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PHYSICS
Q.31 In the circuits below the cells have the same Q.33 A point charge of magnitude 2.0 C is moved
emf and zero internal resistance. The resistors between two points X and Y. Point X is at a
all have the same resistance. potential of +6.0 V and point Yis at a potential
of +9.0 V. The gain in potential energy of the
point charge is
(1) 0.20 J (2) 1.5 J
circuit Y (3) 6.0 J (4) 30 J
circuit X
Q.34 Total electric force on an electric dipole placed
Which of the following gives the ratio
in an electric field of a point charge is
power dissipated in X (1) always zero
power dissipated in Y (2) never zero
1 1 (3) zerowhen midpoint of dipolecoincides with
(1) (2) the point charge.
4 2
(3) 2 (4) 4 (4) zero when dipole axis is along any electric
line of force.
Q.32 The electromotive force (emf) of a cell is
defined as Q.35 A spherical black body has absolute
(1) the power supplied by the cell per unit temperature T1. The surroundings are kept at
current from the cell. a lower absolute temperature T2. What is the
(2) the force that the cell provides to drive net power per unit area lost by the body?
electrons round a circuit. (1) T14 (2) T24
(3) the energy supplied by the cell per unit (3) (T14 – T24) (4) (T14 + T24)
current from the cell.
(4) the potential difference across the terminals
of the cell.

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0.01H 0.01F R Q.40 Three Carnot engines operate between
temperature reservoirs as follows: Engine A:
Th = 1 300 K, Tc = 1000 K; Engine B :
Q.36 Th = 1000 K, Tc = 700 K; Engine C :
~ Th = 650 K, Tc = 500 K. Which two engines
v0 = sin t
Current through circuit will have maxi have the same thermal efficiency?
mum amplitude for  = (1) A and B
(1) 0.01 (2) 100, (2) B and C
(3) 0.1 (4) 10 (3) A and C
(4) No two have the same thermal efficiency.
Q.37 Shown in the figure is cross-section view of
solenoid. An electron is at rest above axis of Q.41 Thermal energy is added at a constant rate to a
solenoid. It current statics increasing e¯ will substance which is solid at time t = 0. The graph
moving towards. shows the variation with t of the temperature
e¯ I T.
T/°C

(1) Up (2) Down


(3) Left (4) Right 0
0 t/s
Q.38 An asteroid in orbit about the sun has a linear Which of the statements are correct?
speed of 4 km/s when at a distance of closest I. The specific latent heat of fusion is greater than
approach d from the sun. What is its linear the specific latent heat of vaporization.
speed when it is at its greatest distance from II. The specific heat capacity of the solid is less
the sun, a distance 2 d? than the specific heat capacity of the liquid.
(1) 1 km/s (2) 2 km/s (1) I only (2) I and II
(3) 8 km/s (4) 16 km/s (3) II only (4) Neither I nor II
Q.39 A rectangular steel plate with dimensions of
30 cm × 25 cm is heated from 20°C to 220°C.
What is its change in area? (Coefficient of linear
expansion for steel is 11 × 10–6/C°.)
(1) 0.82 cm2 (2) 1.65 cm2
(3) 3.3 cm2 (4) 6.6 cm2
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Q.42 A pressure of 1.0 × 10–7 mm of Hg is achieved Q.46 A rifle is aimed horizontally toward the center
in a vacuum system. How manygas molecules of a target 100 m away. If the bullet strikes 10
are present per liter volume if the temperature cm below the center, what was the velocity of
is 293 K? (760 mm of Hg = 1 atm, R = 0.082 the bullet? (Ignore air friction.)
1 L·atm/mol·K, and NA = 6.02 × 1023) (1) 300 m/s (2) 333 m/s
(1) 16 × 1018 (2) 4.7 × 1016 (3) 500 m/s (4) 700 m/s
(3) 3.3 × 1012 (4) 3.4 × 109
Q.43 Which of the following correctly describes the Q.47 Which of the following quantities can be
entropy changes of the water molecules and determined from a speed-time graph of a
the universe when a sample of water freezes? particle travelling in a straight line?
Water molecules Universe (1) Only the magnitude of the acceleration
(1) increases increases at a given instant
(2) decreases increases (2) Both the velocity and the acceleration
(3) increases decreases at a given instant
(4) decreases decreases (3) Only the distance travelled in a given
time
Q.44 A coal-fired power station has a power output (4) Both the distance travelled in a given
of P and its efficiency is . It burns a mass of time and the magnitude of the acceleration
coal M every second. The best estimate of the at a given instant
energy density of the coal used is
M
(1) PM (2)
P
P P
(3) (4)
M M
Q.45 The average temperature of the surface of the
Sun is about 20 times more than the average
surface temperature of the Earth. The average
power per unit area radiated by the Earth is P.
The average power per unit area radiated by
the Sun is
(1) 20 P (2) 400 P
(3) 8000 P (4) 160 000 P
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Q.48 The diagram shows the path of a projectile Q.49 Starting from rest, a car accelerates down a
that is launched with velocity . Air straight road with constant acceleration a for a
resistance is negligible. time t, then the direction of the acceleration is
reversed, i.e., it is –a, and the car comes to a
stop in an additional time t, the time for the
whole trip being 2t.At what time, or times, is
the average velocityof the car for the trip equal
to its instantaneous velocity during the trip?
A second projectile has double the mass (1) There is no such time.
of the first projectile and is launched with (2) It is at the halfway point at t.
the same velocity. Air resistance is still (3) This occurs at 2 times, 0.5 t and 1.5 t.
negligible. Which of the following paths (4) This occurs at 2 times, 0.707 t & 1.293 t.
best represents the path of the projectile?
(The original path is shown as a dotted Q.50 Objects A and B collide together. They
line) end up joined together and stationary.
During the collision, a force +F is exerted
on object A by object B. According to
(1) Newton's third law, there will also be a
force of
(1) –F acting on object B.
(2) –F acting on object A.
(2) (3) +F acting on object B.
(4) +F acting on object A.

Q.51 A lamp of weight W is suspended by a wire


(3) fixed to the ceiling. With reference to Newton's
third law of motion, the force that is equal and
opposite to W is the
(1) tension in the wire.
(4) (2) force applied by the ceiling.
(3) force exerted by the lamp on the Earth.
(4) force exerted by the Earth on the lamp.

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Q.52 Consider a series of four long concentric Q.53 An infinitelylongstraight wire carrying current
cylinders, each carrying the uniform current I I1, is situated in the plane of and parallel to one
in alternatingdirections into and out of the page, side of a rectangular loop of wire carrying
as shown in the figure. For this problem, each current I2 as shown in the figure. The force
cylinder is considered to be infinitelythin! Let r experienced by the infinitely long wire due to
denote the radial distance from the center of the magnetic field of the rectangular loop of
the cylinders. The magnetic field is zero the wire is

I2
I1
a

d b

(1) only for r < a


(2) only for r < a and r > d  0 I1I 2a  1 1 
(1) 
(3) only for r < a and b < r < c and r > d 2  d d  b 

(4) only for a < r < b
2 0 I1I 2a  1 1 
(2)   
 d d  b
 0 I1I 2a  1 1 
(3) 
  d d  b 

4 0 I1I 2a  1 1 
(4)   
 d d  b

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Q.54 An ideal fluid flows through a pipe made of Q.57 A nuclear reaction is represented by the
two sections with diameters of 1.0 and 3.0 followingequation.
inches, respectively.The speed of the fluid flow 1 198 2
0 n  80 Hg  197 79 Au  1 H
through the 3.0-inch section will be what factor
times that through the 1.0-inch section? This reaction is an example of
(1) 6.0 (2) 9.0 (1) fission
(3) 1/3 (4) 1/9 (2) fusion
(3) natural transmutation
Q.55 An ice cube with a small solid steel sphere (4) artificial (induced) transmutation
frozen inside floats in a glass of water filled to
the brim. What happens to the level of water in Q.58 The de Broglie hypothesis applies to
the glass as a result of the ice melting? (1) nucleons only. (2) electrons only.
(1) It goes up, overflowing. (3) photons only. (4) all particles.
(2) It stays the same.
(3) It goes down. Q.59 Two samples of radioactive substances X and
(4) It depends on air pressure, thus the answer Yhave the same initial activity.The half-life of
is indeterminate. X is T and the half-life of Y is 3T.After a time
activity of substance X
Q.56 In the Geiger–Marsden experiment -particles of 3T the ratio activity of substance Y is
are scattered bygold nuclei. The experimental
(1) 8 (2) 4
results provide evidence that
(1) –particles have discrete amounts of kinetic 1 1
(3) (4)
energy. 4 8
(2) most of the mass and positive charge of an
atom is concentrated in a small volume. Q.60
In a fission reaction, the total mass and the total
(3) the nucleus contains protons and neutrons. binding energy before the reaction are Mi and
(4) gold atoms have a high binding energy per Ei respectively, where the binding energy is
nucleon. defined as a positive quantity.After the reaction
the total mass is Mf and the total binding energy
is Ef. Which of the following correctly
compares the total masses and the total binding
energies?
Total mass Total binding energy
(1) Mf > Mi Ef < Ei
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(2) Mf > Mi Ef > Ei
(3) Mf < Mi Ef < Ei
(4) Mf < Mi Ef > Ei

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