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ENGLISH
CLASSROOM CONTACT PROGRAMME
(Academic Session : 2015 - 2016)

JEE (Main + Advanced) : NURTURE COURSE


TARGET : JEE (ADVANCED) 2017
Test Type : ALL INDIA OPEN TEST Test Pattern : JEE-Advanced
TEST DATE : 07 - 02 - 2016
Time : 3 Hours PAPER – 2 Maximum Marks : 240

READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY


GENERAL :

1. This sealed booklet is your Question Paper. Do not break the seal till you are instructed to do so.

2. Use the Optical Response sheet (ORS) provided separately for answering the questions.

3. Blank spaces are provided within this booklet for rough work.

DO NOT BREAK THE SEALS WITHOUT BEING INSTRUCTED TO DO SO BY THE INVIGILATOR


4. Write your name and form number in the space provided on the back cover of this booklet.

5. After breaking the seal of the booklet, verify that the booklet contains 32 pages and all the 20 questions in each
subject and along with the options are legible.

QUESTION PAPER FORMAT AND MARKING SCHEME :

6. The question paper has three parts : Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Each part has two sections.

7. Carefully read the instructions given at the beginning of each section.

8. Section-I :

(i) Section-I(i) contains 8 multiple choice questions with one or more than one correct option.

Marking scheme : +4 for correct answer, 0 if not attempted and –2 in all other cases.

(ii) Section-I(ii) contains 2 ‘paragraph’ type questions. Each paragraph describes an experiment, a situation or a
problem. Two multiple choice questions will be asked based on each paragraph. One or more than one option
can be correct.

Marking scheme : +4 for correct answer, 0 if not attempted and –2 in all other cases.

9. There is no questions in SECTION-II & III

10. Section-IV contains 8 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit integer ranging from
0 to 9 (both inclusive)

Marking scheme : +4 for correct answer and 0 in all other cases.

OPTICAL RESPONSE SHEET :

11. The ORS is machine-gradable and will be collected by the invigilator at the end of the examination.

12. Do not tamper with or mutilate the ORS.

13. Write your name, form number and sign with pen in the space provided for this purpose on the original. Do not write
any of these details anywhere else. Darken the appropriate bubble under each digit of your form number.

Please see the last page of this booklet for rest of the instructions
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SOME USEFUL CONSTANTS


Atomic No. H = 1, B = 5, C = 6, N = 7, O = 8, F = 9, Al = 13, P = 15, S = 16, Cl = 17, Br = 35,
Xe = 54, Ce = 58,
Atomic masses : H = 1, Li = 7, B = 11, C = 12, N = 14, O = 16, F = 19, Na = 23, Mg = 24,
Al = 27, P = 31, S = 32, Cl = 35.5, Ca=40, Fe = 56, Br = 80, I = 127,
Xe = 131, Ba=137, Ce = 140,

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BEWARE OF NEGATIVE MARKING
PART-1 : PHYSICS
SECTION–I(i) : (Maximum Marks : 32)
 This section contains EIGHT questions.
 Each question has FOUR options (A), (B), (C) and (D). ONE OR MORE THAN ONE of these
four option(s) is (are) correct.
 For each question, darken the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) in the ORS
 Marking scheme :
+4 If only the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) is (are) darkened
0 If none of the bubbles is darkened
–2 In all other cases
1. A bucket of water in which a ball floats is kept in an elevator. We have two cases.
Case 1: The elevator accelerates upwards with an acceleration a.
Case 2: The elevator accelerates downwards with an acceleration a (<g).
Choose the CORRECT statement(s):
(A) In case 1, The depth of submergence increases, the buoyant force on ball increases and the pressure
on the base increases.
(B) In case 2, The depth of submergence decreases, the buoyant force on ball decreases and the pressure
on the base decreases.
(C) In case 1, The depth of submergence remains same, the buoyant force on ball increases and the
pressure on the base increases.
(D) In case 2, The depth of submergence remains same, the buoyant force on ball decreases and the
pressure on the base decreases.
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2. A large, horizontal disk of radius R, shown below, starts to rotate from rest with an angular acceleration
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of . The rotation is about a vertical axis through the centre of disk. The disk contains a narrow channel
of length 2R and rectangular cross-section. Gravity acts in the vertical direction with an acceleration
of g. There is a small rectangular puck that just fits easily in the aforementioned channel, as shown.
The puck is situated a distance r from the axis of rotation.

(A) If the sides of the channel are frictionless but the bottom of the channel has a static coefficient of


friction µ, then puck begins to slide at t 

g
(B) In case mentioned in option (A), t 
r 2
(C) Now, instead, the situation is that the bottom of the channel is frictionless but the walls have a static

g
coefficient of friction µ. Now puck begins to slide at t 
r 2

(D) In case mentioned in option (C), t 




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3. Assume that a fireball of a detonating atomic bomb expands adiabatically. In this problem, the fireball

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is a sphere of hot monoatomic gas confined to a radius R that grows with time. Assume that the
number of particles in the sphere stays constant. The pressure P changes in time but is independent of
position inside the fireball. Temperature of gas is T :-
1 1 1 1
(A) T  (B) P  (C) T  (D) P 
R2 R5 R R4
4. A star of radius Rs with surface temperature Ts radiates light according to the blackbody spectrum into
the cold background of space (T ~ 0 K). At a distance d away from the star, a planet with radius
Rp (d >> Rp) absorbs this radiation. Assume planet to be a black body. Planet's surface comes to a
uniform temperature Tp :-
RS
(A) TP = TS
2d

RS
(B) TP  TS
d
dE R S2 R 2P
(C) The energy/time radiated back to star by planet in steady state is  2
TS4
dt 4d
dE R S4 R 2P TS4
(D) The energy/time radiated back to star by planet in steady state is 
dt 4d 4

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5. A narrow cut is taken out of a narrow pipe, as shown, and one end is sealed. This pipe resonates with
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certain frequencies. The speed of sound is 340 m/s. Choose the CORRECT statement(s) :

2
(A) If the fundamental frequency of the pipe is 85 Hz then the radius a is m

(B) The pipe can oscillate only in odd harmonics
(C) If the pipe is oscillating in 5th harmonic, the pressure antinodes can be located at an angle
4 8
of 0, and w.r.t. sealed end.
5 5
(D) If the pipe is oscillating in 5th harmonic, the pressure nodes can be located at an angle of
4 8
0, and w.r.t. sealed end.
5 5
6. Consider two speakers playing the same steady tone (in phase). Your ear is 3.0 m from one speaker,
2.7m from the other. Assume the speed of sound to be 330 m/s. (Audible range is 20 Hz to 20 kHz)
(A) In the audible range, we can hear 19 different frequencies strongly (constructive interference).
(B) In the audible range, we can hear 18 different frequencies strongly (constructive interference).
(C) In the audible range, we can hear 17 different frequencies weakly (destructive interference).
(D) In the audible range, we can hear 19 different frequencies weakly (destructive interference).

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7. A horizontal square platform of mass m and side a is free to rotate about a vertical axis passing through

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its centre O. The platform is stationary and a person of the same mass (m) as the platform is standing
on it at point A. The person now starts walking along the edge from A to B (see figure). The speed v of
the person with respect to the platform is constant. Taking v = 5 m/s and a = 1m,

O
A

(A) Angular velocity of platform when the person is at A is 6 rad/s.


(B) Angular velocity of platform increases first and then decreases again as it reaches B.
(C) Angular velocity of platform decreases first and then increases again as it reaches B.
(D) Angular velocity of platform remains constant as the person goes from A to B.
8. Sea waves travel with velocity C and are incident on a beach with a frequency of f0 . Wavefronts are
parallel to the beach. Wtih what frequency f1 waves strike a boat coming from deep sea with a speed v,
directed at an angle  to the beach? What will be the frequency f2 if the boat takes a U turn and starts
moving in the opposite direction?
C C C  v sin 
(A) f1  f0 (B) f1  C  v sin  f0 (C) f2  f0 (D) f2  f0
C  v cos  C C  v sin  C

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SECTION–I(ii) : (Maximum Marks : 16)
PHYSICS

 This section contains TWO paragraphs.


 Based on each paragraph, there will be TWO questions
 Each question has FOUR options (A), (B), (C) and (D). ONE OR MORE THAN ONE of these
four option(s) is (are) correct.
 For each question, darken the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) in the ORS
 Marking scheme :
+4 If only the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) is(are) darkened
0 If none of the bubbles is darkened
–2 In all other cases
Paragraph for Questions 9 and 10
Melde's experiment has the string attached to a tuning fork. The string, driven by the tuning fork,
vibrates at the fork's natural frequency. By suitably adjusting the length and tightness (or tension) of
the string, we can make the string vibrate in one of its normal modes. Two different experiments can
be performed with this setup. In the first, we keep the string tension constant and vary only the length
of the string (remember the frequency is always that of the tuning fork). We find that for certain
lengths, we get a normal mode vibration with a large amplitude. The length is held constant, and the
string tension is varied in the second experiment. An easy way of doing this is to hang the end of the
string over a pulley and suspend some weights from it. We again find large amplitude normal mode
vibrations for certain values of the tension. The tuning fork is not located exactly at a node of the
string's vibration. The reason, of course, is that the vibrating tuning fork (and attached string) has a
small, but non-zero, amplitude.

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9. Without changing the tuning fork, which of the following action will make string oscillate in 4 loops if

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initially string was oscillating as shown in the diagram :-
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(A) Submerging the hanging block in a liquid whose density is times density of block
16

4
(B) Increasing the length to times original length
3

9
(C) Decreasing the length to times original length
16

1
(D) Submerging the hanging block in a liquid whose density is times density of block.
4
10. If Melde's experiment is used to find frequency of tuning fork :-

n T
(A) Due to vibration of fork, f  gives a value which is less than true value.
2 

n T
(B) Due to vibration of fork, f  gives a value which is more than true value.
2 

n T
(C) Due to vibration of fork, f  gives a value which is exactly equal to true value.
2 
(D) If the tension is more than a certain value, the string can not oscillate in mode of vibration as shown.

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Paragraph for Questions 11 and 12
PHYSICS

A vessel of uniform cross-section open at the top with an orifice at its bottom contains oil
(relative density 0.8) on top of water. It is immersed vertically in a large open tank of same oil as
shown in figure. (Take : area of orifice = 1 mm2 and area of vessel as 100 cm2)

oil 5m

oil oil
Water 10m

11. In which of following configuration will liquid level remain same. (Water does not come out or oil does
not enter vessel) :-

Oil 5m Oil 12m Oil 8m Oil 12.5m


15m 15m 15m 15m
(A) Oil (B) Oil (C) Oil (D) Oil
Oil Water 8m Oil Oil Oil
Water 2.4m Water 4m Water 2m

12. In the figure shown in comprehension,


(A) Water comes out from vessel into surrounding oil.
(B) Oil from surrounding enters water.
(C) Speed of liquid entering or leaving orifice is 40 m/s
2
(D) Speed of surface of oil in vessel is mm/s
5
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SECTION –II : Matrix-Match Type & SECTION –III : Integer Value Correct Type
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SECTION–IV : (Maximum Marks : 32)

PHYSICS
 This section contains EIGHT questions.
 The answer to each question is a SINGLE DIGIT INTEGER ranging from 0 to 9, both inclusive
 For each question, darken the bubble corresponding to the correct integer in the ORS
 Marking scheme :
+4 If the bubble corresponding to the answer is darkened
0 In all other cases
1. As shown in figure, a flat water gate, height 2m and width 6m, is free to rotate about a horizontal axis.
What is the torque (in N-m) that we should exert on the gate about the axis to keep the water gate
closed? Assume that the right side is exposed to atmosphere. Fill Torque/104 in OMR sheet.

2m
1m

2. The end of a glass capillary tube of radius r = 0.35 mm lowered into the water to a depth of h = 2.0 cm.
What gauge pressure p (in Pa) is needed inside the capillary tube to blow a hemispherical air bubble
at its lower end? Take Surface tension of water as 7 × 10 -3 N/m. Wetting is complete.
Fill p/40 in OMR sheet.
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3. A projectile is launched from a cliff a height h = 10 m above the ground at an angle  above the
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horizontal. After a time t1 = 1 sec has elapsed since the launch, the projectile passes the level of the
cliff top moving downward. It eventually lands on the ground a horizontal distance d = 10 m from its
launch site. Find 2 tanand fill it in OMR sheet.

 t1

4. A ring of mass m can be hinged at a point on its periphery. There are two ways in which it can be made
to oscillate: (a) It oscillates in a vertical plane and (b) it oscillates in a direction perpendicular to its plane.
The time period of oscillation in case (b) is 3 sec. Find the time period of oscillation in case (a)
(in sec).
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5. A block of mass 0.5 kg is gently kept on a conveyor belt moving at constant velocity of 2 m/s. After

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some time, the block comes to rest with respect to the belt due to friction. What is the work done by force
(in joule) pulling the conveyor belt till then?
m=0.5kg
v=2m/s

6. A uniform thin rod of mass M and length L is supported horizontally by two supports, one at each end.
The acceleration of gravity g is constant and in the downward direction. At time t = 0, the left support is
Mg
removed. Normal force on the right support immediately after the left support is removed is . Fill
x
x in OMR sheet.

Mg
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7. A block of mass m = 0.5 kg is moving on a smooth table when it collides elastically with a second
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block of mass 2m, which then elastically strikes a massless spring which compresses an amount
d = 10 cm before the block comes to rest. Find the original velocity (in m/s) at which the first block
was moving. Take Spring constant k = 400 N/m.

k
m 2m

8. A monkey of mass m is balanced by a counterweight on the pulley A. Pulley A balances a load on the
opposite side of pulley B (Figure). The system is stationary. With what speed V (in m/s) will the block
of mass 2m move, if the monkey starts climbing with a speed of 8 m/s with respect to the rope?
Rope and pulleys are ideal.

2m A

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PART-2 : CHEMISTRY

CHEMISTRY
SECTION–I(i) : (Maximum Marks : 32)
 This section contains EIGHT questions.
 Each question has FOUR options (A), (B), (C) and (D). ONE OR MORE THAN ONE of these
four option(s) is (are) correct.
 For each question, darken the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) in the ORS
 Marking scheme :
+4 If only the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) is (are) darkened
0 If none of the bubbles is darkened
–2 In all other cases
1. A metallocene derivative (molecular weight = 282) has approximately 100/3 % sulfur by mass. Number
of S atoms in 2.82 kg of metallocene derivative is - [S = 32] , [NA = 6.022 × 1023]
(A) 10 NA (B) 3 NA (C) 30 NA (D) 6.6 NA
2. In order to prepare 25.92 gm of HBr in 20 litre container by following reaction what minimum mass
of equimolar mixture of H2 and Br2 should be taken ?

 2HBr(g), K = 64 [H = 1, Br = 80]


Given : H2(g) + Br2(g)  eq

(A) 64 gm (B) 32.4 gm (C) 80 gm (D) 80.4 gm


3. 5 mol gas are introduced in 1 litre container at 47ºC. Select the correct option (s) :
[R = 0.08 litre-atm/mol-K]
(A) Pressure would be 128 atm if it behaves ideally
(B) Pressure would be 28 atm if it follows vander wall equation, a = 4 atm -litre2 /mol2 & b = 0
(C) Pressure would be 33.33 atm if it follows vander wall equation, a = 4 atm -litre2 /mol2 & b = 0.04l/mole
(D) Pressure would be 160 atm if it follows vander wall equation, a = 0 atm -litre2 /mol2 & b = 0.04l/mole
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4. Barium permagnate solution (20ml, 0.1M) is mixed with 0.1N I– , giving precipitate of IO3– and MnO2.
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Resulting solution is filtered & titrated against Mo3+, giving MoO22+ and Mn2+, which required 0.5 M,
10ml acidified Mo3+. Select the correct option(s)
(A) Volume of I– solution taken is 30 ml
(B) Volume of I– solution taken is 50 ml
(C) Per mole Mn2+ formed, 4 moles of H+ are consumed
(D) Per mole IO3– formed, 2 moles of MnO4– are consumed
5. Which of the following atom has lowest negative electron gain enthalpy.
(A) O (B) S (C) Se (D) Te
6. Which of the following statements are INCORRECT ?
(A) The elements after thorium are called transuranium elements
(B) P < Si < Be < Mg < Na, the order of increasing metallic character
(C) The f-block elements are called transition elements
(D) Zn, Cd and Hg are called transition element
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7. Which of the following is not a pair of valid resonating structure

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Me Me
&
(A) (B) &
Me Me

+
O O–H

(C) H–C–OH & H–C–O (D) &

8. Among the following, select the correct option(s)

COOH COOH COOH


Me
(A) Order of acidic strength is < <
Me
Me

(B) Order of basic strength is NH3 < MeNH2 < Me2NH < Me3N in aqueous medium

(C) CH3CH2CH2–CONH2 and CH3–CH–CH3 are positional isomers.


CONH2

(D) Order of heat of combustion is < < <

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SECTION–I(ii) : (Maximum Marks : 16)
CHEMISTRY

 This section contains TWO paragraphs.


 Based on each paragraph, there will be TWO questions
 Each question has FOUR options (A), (B), (C) and (D). ONE OR MORE THAN ONE of these
four option(s) is (are) correct.
 For each question, darken the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) in the ORS
 Marking scheme :
+4 If only the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) is(are) darkened
0 If none of the bubbles is darkened
–2 In all other cases
Paragraph for Questions 9 and 10
The state of equilibrium is in a dynamic balance between forward and backward reaction. This balance
can be disturbed by changing concentration, temperature or pressure. If done so a certain net change
occurs in the system. The direction of change can be predicted with the help of Le-Chatelier principle.
It states that when a system in equilibrium is disturbed by a change in concentration or temperature, a
'net' change in it in a direction that tends to decrease the disturbing factor.
9. For the equilibrium
 [Fe(SCN)2+(aq.)]
Fe3+(aq) + SCN–(aq.) 
(yellow) (deep red)
Select the correct option.
(A) Addition of H2C2O4 which forms [Fe(C2O4)3]3– deepens red colour.
(B) Addition of H2O has no effect on the colour
(C) Addition of SCN– intensifies red colour.
(D) Addition of Hg2+ which forms [Hg(SCN)4]2– deepens red colour.
10. Consider the following exothermic heterogenous equilibrium.
 2MNO (aq.) + H O(l) with
M2O(s) + 2HNO3 (aq.)  3 2

KC = 3 at 300 K. Select the INCORRECT option.


(A) Addition of H2 O (l) to above equilibrium has no effect on equilibrium composition (%) of
HNO3 & MNO3.
(B) On dilution concentration of both HNO3 & MNO3 decreases.
(C) At 310 K, KC < 3.
(D) KC is dependent on equilibrium concentration of HNO3
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Paragraph for Questions 11 and 12

CHEMISTRY
Consider the following structure and answer the following questions.

11. Double bond equivalent of the compound is ?

(A) 13 (B) 14 (C) 15 (D) 16

12. Number of types of functional groups present in this compound?

(A) 3 (B) 4 (C) 5 (D) 6


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No question will be asked in section II and III
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CHEMISTRY

SECTION–IV : (Maximum Marks : 32)


 This section contains EIGHT questions.
 The answer to each question is a SINGLE DIGIT INTEGER ranging from 0 to 9, both inclusive
 For each question, darken the bubble corresponding to the correct integer in the ORS
 Marking scheme :
+4 If the bubble corresponding to the answer is darkened
0 In all other cases
1. Glutathione ( molecular weight = 307 gm/mol) is important antioxidant preventing damage to cellular
components from free radicals, where it dimerises as
O
O NH2 O
O NH2O HO
NH NH
HO HO HN
2
O S H O S S O


O NH OH
O NH
HN
HO OH2N O
HO

Calculate gm equivalent weight of glutathione.


Fill your answer as sum of digits (excluding decimal places) till you get the single digit answer.
2. 138 gm N2O4 is introduced into 8.21 litre container at 300 K. Temperature is increased to 600K where
it dissociates into NO2. If equilibrium partial pressure of N2O4 and NO2 are equal then Kp (in atm) for
 2NO (g) AT 600 K
N2O4(g)  2

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3. How many of following of statement(s) is/are correct

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1. Schrodinger equation can not be solved exactly for multi electron atom.
2. Schrondinger equation when solved for H-atom wave equation gives quantised energy of the system.
3. With perfect instruments & technique, the uncertainty in position & momentum of electron
will become zero.
4. When an electron in any energy state,  contains all the measurable information about of the electron.
5. Electron and blue light of same wavelength have same speed.
6. Classical mechanics ignores dual behaviour of matter.
7. Splitting of spectral lines in H spectrum was sucessfully explained by Bohr.
h
4. For the reaction A   B, 9 × 1017 molecules of B were formed on absorption of 6.4 J at 310 nm.
Calculate quantum efficiency (in percentage) of the process.
5. Xe + 2O2F2 X + 2O2
If X is a planar compound of Xe then find the number of lone pair on central atom of X.

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6. Hypothetical scheme is given below for one molecule of acids.
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SO3
H2O2  SO3
 H2SO5   (X)

peroxomonosulphuric acid
SO3
H2S  SO3
 H2S2O3   (Y)

thiosulphuric acid
SO3
H2Sn  SO3
 H2S(n+1)O3   (Z)
find the sum of peroxylinkages in X, Y and Z.
7. Find the number of ions/molecules which are isoelectronic with O22+.

N22–, F22+, NO+, CN , CO

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8. How many of the following statements are incorrect ?

(a) Cyclooctene shows geometrical isomerism

(b) Minimum 4 carbon atoms are required in a compound to show geometrical isomerism

(c) 1,6–epoxy–1–ethyl–6–methyl hexane is correct IUPAC name

(d) 3– cyclohexyl cyclopropene is correct IUPAC name

(e) 5–hydroxy pentan–2–sulphonic acid is incorrect IUPAC name

(f) CH3–CH–OCH3 and CH3–CH2–CH2–OCH3 are chain isomer


CH3
O OH

(g) is tautomer of

O
(h) Enolic content CH3–C–H > CH 3–C–CH2–C–CH3
O O
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PART-3 : MATHEMATICS
SECTION–I(i) : (Maximum Marks : 32)
 This section contains EIGHT questions.
 Each question has FOUR options (A), (B), (C) and (D). ONE OR MORE THAN ONE of these
four option(s) is (are) correct.
 For each question, darken the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) in the ORS
 Marking scheme :
+4 If only the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) is (are) darkened
0 If none of the bubbles is darkened
–2 In all other cases
1. If cosx = tanx, then which of the following is true ?
1 1
(A)  cos 4 x  1 (B)  cos4 x  2
sin x sin x
4 2 4 2
(C) cos x  cos x  1 (D) cos x  cos x  2
n
 2.3n 
1
2. If ƒ  n    tan  n  , then-
n 1 39 
4 13
(A) ƒ  2   tan (B) ƒ  3   tan
1 1

5 14
 
(C) As n tends to infinity ƒ(n) tends to (D) As 'n' tends to infinity ƒ(n) tends to
4 2
 2x  x 2 
3. If ƒ  x   cos  2
1
 , then-
 x  2x  2 

 1 1 1
(A) ƒ     2 tan (B) ƒ  0   2 tan 1 1
 2 2

1 1
(C) ƒ 1  2 tan 1 2 (D) ƒ    tan 3
2
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4. Let S1 = x2 + y2 – 1 = 0; S2  x2 + y2 – 2x – 2y = 0, P & Q be the points on S1 & S2. Now which of the
following is true ?
(A) Radical axis of S1 = 0 & S2 = 0 is 2x + 2y = 1
1
(B) The acute angle of intersection of S1 = 0 & S2 = 0 is cos 1 .
2 2

(C) The maximum distance between P & Q is 1  2 2


(D) The minimum distance between P & Q is 1.
5. Let {an} be an arithmetic progression with 1st term 1 and common difference 1 and {gn} be a geometric
a
progression with 1st term 1 and common ratio r. A new progression is defined as rn  n (n  N). Let
gn

ƒ  r    rn , then -
n 1

9 16 25
(A) ƒ(2) = 4 (B) ƒ  3   (C) ƒ  4   (D) ƒ  5  
4 9 16
x4  x2  1
6. For the fucntion ƒ : R  [a, b]; ƒ(x)  , which of the following holds good.
(x 2  x  1)2
(A) ƒ(x) is many one function (B) If ƒ(x) is onto function, then ab = 1
10
(C) If ƒ(x) is onto function, then a + b = (D) ƒ(1)ƒ(–1)ƒ(10)ƒ(–10) = 1
3
7. Let a, b, c be the positive integers such that a < b < c. If the two curves y = |x – a| + |x – b| + |x – c| and
2x + y = 2003 have exactly one point in common, then -
(A) least possible value of c is 1002. (B) greatest possible value of b is 1001
(C) least possible value of b is 1002 (D) greatest possible value of a is 1000
8. There are 5 boxes numbered from 1 to 5. There is 1 Red and 2k black balls in kth box, k = 1,2,3,4,5.
From each box either one red ball is taken or one or more than one black balls are taken. But from each
box both coloured balls are never taken (balls of same coloure are all alike). Now which of the following
holds good ?
(A) Total number of ways of selecting odd number of red balls is 4725
(B) Total number of ways of selecting even number of red balls is 5670
(C) Total number of ways of selecting odd number of red balls is 5670
(D) Total number of ways of selecting even number of red balls is 4725
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SECTION–I(ii) : (Maximum Marks : 16)


 This section contains TWO paragraphs.
 Based on each paragraph, there will be TWO questions
 Each question has FOUR options (A), (B), (C) and (D). ONE OR MORE THAN ONE of these
four option(s) is (are) correct.
 For each question, darken the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) in the ORS
 Marking scheme :
+4 If only the bubble(s) corresponding to all the correct option(s) is(are) darkened
0 If none of the bubbles is darkened
–2 In all other cases
Paragraph for Questions 9 and 10
10

Consider the number N = 1! × 2! × 3! ×........× 10!    r! . Let P be the number of zeroe's at the
r 1
end of N and Q be the number of perfect cubes that can divide N.
9. The value of 'P' is-
(A) 4 (B) 7 (C) 17 (D) 38
10. Which of the following holds good ?
(A) Total number of divisors of Q = 18 (B) Total number of odd divisors of Q = 6
(C) Total number of even divisors of Q = 6 (D) Total number of divisors of Q = 24
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Paragraph for Questions 11 and 12
3 3
Consider the function ƒ : R  R, ƒ  x   x  1  x 2  x  1  x 2 , then
2
n
n 2  n  1 3n  n  1
11. If  ƒ n 
n 1
1




, then

(A)  +  = 12 (B) 3 =  (C)  = 2 (D)  = 


12. Range of g     ƒ 1  sin   is-
(A) [–1,1] (B) [–2,2] (C) [–3,3] (D) [–4,4]

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SECTION –II : Matrix-Match Type & SECTION –III : Integer Value Correct Type
No question will be asked in section II and III
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SECTION–IV : (Maximum Marks : 32)


 This section contains EIGHT questions.
 The answer to each question is a SINGLE DIGIT INTEGER ranging from 0 to 9, both inclusive
 For each question, darken the bubble corresponding to the correct integer in the ORS
 Marking scheme :
+4 If the bubble corresponding to the answer is darkened
0 In all other cases
1. Let ƒ be a function satisfying the functional rule 2ƒ(x) + ƒ(1 – x) = x  x  R. Then the value of
ƒ(1) + ƒ(2) + ƒ(3) is
2. Four horses compete in a race. Let N be the total number of different orders in which the horses can
cross the finish line. Assume that all four horses finish the race and two or more horses can cross

N
the finishing line together. The value of   is (where [.] denotes greatest integer function)
 10 

 2π   3π   6π   9π   18π   27π 
3. If S = cos   cosec   +cos   cosec   + cos   cosec   , then the value of
 28   28   28   28   28   28 

 1  S  S  S 
2 3
log 2- is
 3

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4. Consider a triangle with sides 6,4 and 52 . Let the area of this triangle is 'S' whereas area of triangle

G a
whose length of sides are equal to length of medians of given triangle be G. If is where a and
S b
b are relatively prime, then the value of a + b is

 x 1  x 1
5. Let 'ƒ' be a function such that 2ƒ  x   ƒ    xx  R  1 . If 3ƒ  x    x x  R  1 ,
 x 1  x 1
then value of  is
a a
6. If the greatest value of sin2 cos6 is , then the value of   is (where [.] denotes greatest
256  10 
integer function)
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7. Let AB be a variable chord of length 5 to the circle x  y  . A triangle ABC is constructed such
2

1
that BC = 4 & CA = 3. If locus of 'C' is x2 + y2 = a, then the only possible integral value of is
a
8. If the coefficient of x50 in the expansion (1 + x)1000 + 2x(1 + x)999 + 3x2(1 + x)998 +.....+1001x1000 is N,
952!50!
then sum of the digits of the number N is
1001!

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DARKENING THE BUBBLES ON THE ORS :

14. Use a BLACK BALL POINT PEN to darken the bubbles in the upper sheet.

15. Darken the bubble COMPLETELY.

16. Darken the bubbles ONLY if you are sure of the answer.

17. The correct way of darkening a bubble is as shown here :

18. There is NO way to erase or "un-darken" a darkened bubble.

19. The marking scheme given at the beginning of each section gives details of how darkened and not darkened
bubbles are evaluated.

20. Take g = 10 m/s 2 unless otherwise stated.

NAME OF THE CANDIDATE ................................................................................................

FORM NO. .............................................

I HAVE READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS I have verified the identity, name and roll
number of the candidate, and that question
AND SHALL ABIDE BY THEM
paper and ORS codes are the same.

____________________________ ____________________________
Signature of the Candidate Signature of the invigilator

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
1. 
2. 
(ORS) 

3. 
4. 
5. 
32 
20 










6.

7. 
8. -I :
(i) -I(i) 
8 
 

: +4 
0
–2 

(ii) -I(ii) 


2 ‘
’


 

: +4 
0
–2 

9. –II  III
10. -IV 
8 
0 9  (
) 


: +4 
0 


11. 
12. 
13. 


           
ALL INDIA OPEN TEST/NURTURE COURSE/JEE (Advanced)/07-02-2016/PAPER-2

SOME USEFUL CONSTANTS


Atomic No. H = 1, B = 5, C = 6, N = 7, O = 8, F = 9, Al = 13, P = 15, S = 16, Cl = 17,
Br = 35, Xe = 54, Ce = 58,
Atomic masses : H = 1, Li = 7, B = 11, C = 12, N = 14, O = 16, F = 19, Na = 23, Mg = 24,
Al = 27, P = 31, S = 32, Cl = 35.5, Ca=40, Fe = 56, Br = 80, I = 127,
Xe = 131, Ba=137, Ce = 140,



H-2/32 0000CT100115003
ALL INDIA OPEN TEST/NURTURE COURSE/JEE (Advanced)/07-02-2016/PAPER-2
HAVE CONTROL  HAVE PATIENCE  HAVE CONFIDENCE  100% SUCCESS

PHYSICS
BEWARE OF NEGATIVE MARKING

-1 :  
– I(i) : (: 32)
   
 
     
(A), (B), (C) 
(D)    
 

  
 
             
  :
+4              
0        
–2    
1. 
1: a 
2: 
a (<g) 

(A) 1 
(B) 2 
(C) 1 
(D) 2 



0000CT100115003 H-3/32
ALL INDIA OPEN TEST/NURTURE COURSE/JEE (Advanced)/07-02-2016/PAPER-2

2. 
R 
 
PHYSICS


2R 
 g 


r 

(A) 
µ 


t 

g
(B) 
(A) 
t 
r 2
(C)           µ

 

g
t 
r 2

 
(D) (C) 
t



H-4/32 0000CT100115003
ALL INDIA OPEN TEST/NURTURE COURSE/JEE (Advanced)/07-02-2016/PAPER-2

3. 
R 

PHYSICS


P 
T 
1 1 1 1
(A) T  (B) P  (C) T  (D) P 
R2 R5 R R4
4. 
Rs 
Ts 
(T ~ 0 K)

d 
Rp (d >> Rp) 

Tp 

RS
(A) TP = TS
2d

RS
(B) TP  TS
d

dE R S2 R 2P
(C) 
 TS4 

dt 4d 2

dE R S4 R 2P TS4
(D) 
 

dt 4d 4



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5. 
PHYSICS


340 m/s 


2
(A) 
85 Hz 
a  m 

(B) 
4 8
(C) 
5 
0,  
5 5
 
4 8
(D) 
5 
0,  
5 5
 
6. 
3.0 m 
2.7m 

330 m/s 
( 20 Hz  20 kHz 
)
(A) 
19 
(B) 
18 
(C) 
17 
(D) 
19 


H-6/32 0000CT100115003
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7. m 
a 
O 

PHYSICS

(m) 
A 

A B 
v 
v = 5 m/s 
a = 1m 

O
A

(A) A 


6 rad/s 
(B) 
B 
(C) 
B 
(D) 
A  B 

8. 
C 
f0 
v 

 
f1 

f2 
C C  v sin  C C  v sin 
(A) f1  f0 (B) f1  f0 (C) f2  f0 (D) f2  f0
C  v cos  C C  v sin  C


0000CT100115003 H-7/32
ALL INDIA OPEN TEST/NURTURE COURSE/JEE (Advanced)/07-02-2016/PAPER-2

–I(ii) : ( : 16)


PHYSICS

   



  
   
 
 
 
(A), (B), (C)  (D) 
  
              
  :
+4              
0        
–2    
9 10   



    








H-8/32 0000CT100115003
ALL INDIA OPEN TEST/NURTURE COURSE/JEE (Advanced)/07-02-2016/PAPER-2

9.                 

PHYSICS
4 
7
(A) 

16

4
(B) 

3

9
(C) 

16

1
(D) 

4
10. 
n T
(A) 
f 
2 

n T
(B) 
f 
2 

n T
(C) 
, f 
2 

(D) 



0000CT100115003 H-9/32
ALL INDIA OPEN TEST/NURTURE COURSE/JEE (Advanced)/07-02-2016/PAPER-2

11 12   


PHYSICS


0.8 


= 1 mm2 
100 cm2 

oil 5m

oil oil
Water 10m

11. 
(
)

Oil 5m Oil 12m Oil 8m Oil 12.5m


15m 15m 15m 15m
(A) Oil (B) Oil (C) Oil (D) Oil
Oil Water 8m Oil Oil Oil
Water 2.4m Water 4m Water 2m

12. 
(A) 
(B) 
(C) 
40 m/s 
2
(D)  mm/s 
5


– II :  & – III : 


II III 
H-10/32 0000CT100115003
ALL INDIA OPEN TEST/NURTURE COURSE/JEE (Advanced)/07-02-2016/PAPER-2

–IV : ( : 32)

PHYSICS
   
  
    
0 9     
 
 
 
             
  :
+4         
0    
1. 
2m 
6m 

(N-m 
) 

104 

2m
1m

2. r = 0.35 mm 


h = 2.0 cm 

p (Pa 
) 
7 × 10-3 N/m 
p/40 


0000CT100115003 H-11/32
ALL INDIA OPEN TEST/NURTURE COURSE/JEE (Advanced)/07-02-2016/PAPER-2

3. 
h = 10 m 
 
PHYSICS

t1 = 1 sec 
d = 10 m 
2 tan

 t1

4. 
m 

(a) 
(b) 
(b) 
3 sec 
(a) 
(sec 
) 



H-12/32 0000CT100115003
ALL INDIA OPEN TEST/NURTURE COURSE/JEE (Advanced)/07-02-2016/PAPER-2

5. 0.5 kg 
2 m/s 

PHYSICS


(
) 
m=0.5kg
v=2m/s

6. M 
L 

g 
t = 0 
Mg

x 

x

Mg



0000CT100115003 H-13/32
ALL INDIA OPEN TEST/NURTURE COURSE/JEE (Advanced)/07-02-2016/PAPER-2

7. 
m = 0.5 kg 
2m 
PHYSICS



d = 10 cm 
(m/s 
) 

k = 400 N/m 

k
m 2m

8. 
m 
A 
A 
B 

8 m/s 

2m 
V (m/s) 

2m A



H-14/32 0000CT100115003
ALL INDIA OPEN TEST/NURTURE COURSE/JEE (Advanced)/07-02-2016/PAPER-2


-2 :  

CHEMISTRY
–I(i) : (: 32)
   
 
     
(A), (B), (C) 
(D)    
 

  
 
             
   :
+4              
0        
–2    
1. 
(
= 282) 
100/3% 
2.82 kg 

S 
- [S = 32] , [NA = 6.022 × 1023]
(A) 10 NA (B) 3 NA (C) 30 NA (D) 6.6 NA
2. 20 
25.92 gm HBr  
H2 
Br2 
   
  2HBr(g), K = 64 [H = 1, Br = 80]
: H2(g) + Br2(g)  eq

(A) 64 gm (B) 32.4 gm (C) 80 gm (D) 80.4 gm


3. 47ºC  1
5    
[R = 0.08 litre-atm/mol-K]
(A) 
128 atm 
(B) 
a = 4 atm -litre2 /mol2 
b = 0 
28 atm 
(C)  
a = 4 atm -litre2 /mol2 
b = 0.04 lit./mole  
33.33 atm 
(D) 
a = 0 atm -litre2 /mol2 
b = 0.04 lit./mole 
160 atm


0000CT100115003 H-15/32
ALL INDIA OPEN TEST/NURTURE COURSE/JEE (Advanced)/07-02-2016/PAPER-2


(20ml, 0.1M) 0.1N I– 
IO3– 
MnO2 
CHEMISTRY

4.

0.5 M Mo3+ 
MoO22+ 
Mn2+ 
10 ml Mo3+   
(A) 
I– 30 ml 
(B) 
I–  50 ml 
(C) 
Mn2+ 
4 H+ 
(D) 
IO3– 
2 
MnO4– 
5.    
(A) O (B) S (C) Se (D) Te
6. 
 
(A) 
(B) P < Si < Be < Mg < Na, 
(C) f-
(D) Zn, Cd 
Hg 



H-16/32 0000CT100115003
ALL INDIA OPEN TEST/NURTURE COURSE/JEE (Advanced)/07-02-2016/PAPER-2

7.           

CHEMISTRY
Me Me

(A)  (B) 
Me Me

+
O O–H

(C) H–C–OH H–C–O (D) 

8.        

COOH COOH COOH


Me
(A)     < < 
Me
Me

(B)      


NH
3
< MeNH2 < Me2NH < Me3N 

(C) CH3CH2CH2–CONH2 


CH3–CH–CH3 ,   
CONH2

(D)      < < < 



0000CT100115003 H-17/32
ALL INDIA OPEN TEST/NURTURE COURSE/JEE (Advanced)/07-02-2016/PAPER-2
–I(ii) : ( : 16)
CHEMISTRY

   



  
   
 
 
 
(A), (B), (C)  (D) 
  
              
  :
+4              
0        
–2    
9 10   




  
9. 
 [Fe(SCN)2+(aq.)]
Fe3+(aq) + SCN–(aq.) 
 

(A) H2C2O4 [Fe(C2 O4)3]3–   
(B) H2 O     
(C) SCN–  
(D) Hg2+ 
[Hg(SCN)4]2–   
10.  
 2MNO (aq.) + H O(l)
M2O(s) + 2HNO3 (aq.)  3 2
300 K  KC = 3  
(A) 
H2O (l) 
HNO3 
MNO3 
(%) 
(B) 
HNO 3 MNO3 
(C) 310 K  KC < 3
(D) "KC" HNO3   



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11 12   

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

11. 
(A) 13 (B) 14 (C) 15 (D) 16
12. 
(A) 3 (B) 4 (C) 5 (D) 6


– II :  & – III : 


II III 
0000CT100115003 H-19/32
ALL INDIA OPEN TEST/NURTURE COURSE/JEE (Advanced)/07-02-2016/PAPER-2

–IV : ( : 32)


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   


  
    
0 9     
 
 
 
             
  :
+4         
0    
1. 
(  = 307 gm/mol),  
  

O
O NH2 O
O NH2O HO
NH NH
2 HO HO HN
O S H 
 O S S O
O NH OH
O NH
HN
HO OH2N O
HO



(
) 
2. 300 K  8.21 
138 gm N2O4 
600K 
NO2 

N2O4 
 NO2 
600 K  N2O4(g) 
 2NO2(g) 

Kp  atm 




H-20/32 0000CT100115003
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3. 

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1.    
2. H-      
3. 
(perfect)   
4.  
  
5.    
6.    
7. 
H     

4.  h
A   B 
310nm  6.4 J 
B 9 × 1017 


(
)  
5. Xe + 2O2F2 X + 2O2
X, Xe 
X 

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
(scheme) 
CHEMISTRY

6.
SO3
H2O2  SO3
 H2SO5   (X)


SO3
H2S  SO3
 H2S2O3   (Y)


SO3
H2Sn  SO3
 H2S(n+1)O3   (Z)
X, Y 
Z   

7. 
O22+ 

N22–, F22+, NO+, CN , CO



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8. 

CHEMISTRY
(a) 

(b) 
4 

(c) 1,6–
–1–
–6–
IUPAC 

(d) 3–
IUPAC 

(e) 5–
–2–
IUPAC 

(f) CH3–CH–OCH3 


CH3–CH2–CH2–OCH3 
CH3

O OH

(g) , 

O
(h) 
CH3–C–H > CH 3–C–CH2–C–CH3
O O



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
-3 : 
MATHEMATICS

–I(i) : (: 32)


   
 
     
(A), (B), (C) 
(D)    
 

  
 
             
   :
+4              
0        
–2    
1. cosx = tanx 
1 1
(A)  cos4 x  1 (B)  cos4 x  2
sin x sin x
4 2 4 2
(C) cos x  cos x  1 (D) cos x  cos x  2
n
 2.3n 
2.  ƒ  n    tan  1
n  
-
n 1 39 
4
(A) ƒ  2   tan
1

5
13
(B) ƒ  3   tan
1

14

(C) n 
ƒ(n), 
4

(D) n 
ƒ(n), 
2
 2x  x 2 
3.  ƒ  x   cos1  2  
-
 x  2x  2 
 1 1 1
(A) ƒ     2 tan (B) ƒ  0   2 tan 1 1
 2 2
1 1
(C) ƒ 1  2 tan 1 2 (D) ƒ    tan 3
2
 


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MATHEMATICS
4. 
S1 = x2 + y2 – 1 = 0; S2  x2 + y2 – 2x – 2y = 0 
S1 
S2 
P 
Q 

(A) S1 = 0 S2 = 0 2x + 2y = 1 
1
(B) S1 = 0 
S2 = 0 
cos 1 
2 2
(C) P Q 
1  2 2 
(D) P Q 
1 
5. 
{an} 
1 
1 
{gn} 
1 

an

r 
rn  (n  N) 
ƒ  r    rn -
gn n 1

9 16 25
(A) ƒ(2) = 4 (B) ƒ  3   (C) ƒ  4   (D) ƒ  5  
4 9 16
4 2
6. ƒ : R  [a, b]; ƒ(x)  x 2  x  12 
(x  x  1)
(A) ƒ(x)  (B) ƒ(x) 
ab = 1 
10
(C) ƒ(x) 
a+b = 
(D) ƒ(1)ƒ(–1)ƒ(10)ƒ(–10) = 1
3
7. 
a, b, c  
a < b < c 
y = |x – a| + |x – b| + |x – c| 
2x + y = 2003 
-
(A) c
1002  (B) b 
1001 
(C) b 
1002  (D) a 
1000 
8. 
1 5 
k 
(k = 1,2,3,4,5) 
1 
2k 


(A) 
4725 
(B) 
5670 
(C) 
5670 
(D) 
4725 
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–I(ii) : ( : 16)


MATHEMATICS

   



  
   
 
 
 
(A), (B), (C)  (D) 
  
              
  :
+4              
0        
–2    
9 10   
10


N = 1! × 2! × 3! ×........× 10!    r! 
P, N 
Q, 
r 1


N 
9. P 
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(A) 4 (B) 7 (C) 17 (D) 38
10. 
(A) Q 
18  (B) Q 
6 
(C) Q 
6  (D) Q 
24 

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11 12   

MATHEMATICS
ƒ : R  R, ƒ  x   x  1  x 2  x  1  x 2 
 3 3

2
n
n 2  n  1 3n  n  1
11.   ƒ  n  
1
 
n 1  

(A)  +  = 12 (B) 3 =  (C)  = 2 (D)  = 

12. g     ƒ 1  sin   


-

(A) [–1,1] (B) [–2,2] (C) [–3,3] (D) [–4,4]

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– II :  & – III : 


II III 
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MATHEMATICS

   


  
    
0 9     
 
 
 
             
   :
+4         
0    
1. ƒ      
2ƒ(x) + ƒ(1 – x) = x  x  R     
ƒ(1) + ƒ(2) + ƒ(3) 
2. 
N 

N
  
(
[.]  )
 10 

2π   3π   6π   9π   18π  27π 
3.  S = cos   cosec   +cos   cosec   + cos 

 cosec   
 28   28   28   28   28   28 

log 2- 
 1  S  S  S 
2 3
 3

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MATHEMATICS
4. 
6, 4 52 
S 

G a
G   
 a 
S b
b 
a + b 

 x 1 
5. 
ƒ 
2ƒ  x   ƒ    xx  R  1 
 x 1 

x 1
 3ƒ  x    x x  R  1 
 
x 1

a a
6.  sin2cos6  
 10  
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7. 
AB, 
x2  y 2   5  
ABC   
2
1
BC = 4 
CA = 3 
C 
x2 + y2 = a 

a
952!50!
8. (1 + x)1000 + 2x(1 + x)999 + 3x2(1 + x)998 + ..... + 1001x1000 
x50 
N  N
1001!
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
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14. 
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15. 

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16. 


17. 

:

18. 


19. 





20. g = 10 m/s2  

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