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TARGET : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2016

T EST INFORMATION

Course : VIJETA (JP) Date : 06-04-2015

DPP No. : 03 (JEE-ADVANCED)


Total Marks : 39 Max. Time : 42 min.
Single choice Objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.1 to Q.3 (3 marks 3 min.) [9, 9]
Multiple choice objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.4 to Q.6 (4 marks 4 min.) [12, 12]
Subjective Questions ('–1' negative marking) Q.7 (4 marks 5 min.) [4, 5]
Comprehension ('–1' negative marking) Q.8 to Q.9 (3 marks 3 min.) [6, 6]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.10 (8 marks 10 min.) [8, 10]

ANSWER KEY OF DPP No. : 03 (JEE-ADVANCED)


1. (A) 2. (A) 3. (A) 4. (A) (B) (D) 5. (B)(C) (D)
6. (B) (C) 7. 15 8. (C) 9. (B) 10. (A) s, (B) p, (C) s, (D) q

1. Two plane mirrors are inclined at 70º. A ray incident on one mirror at angle after reflection falls on the
second mirror and is reflected from there parallel to the first mirror is: 
   70º       
 :
(A*) 50º (B) 45º (C) 30º (D) 55º

2. A gas undergoes an adiabatic process and an isothermal process. The two processes are plotted on a
P-V diagram. The resulting curves intersect at a point P. Tangents are drawn to the two curves at P.
These make angles of 135º & 121º with the positive V-axis. If tan 59º = 5/3, the gas is likely to be:
    P-V   
P P V 135º 
121º tan 59º = 5/3  

(A*) monoatomic (B) diatomic


(C) triatomic (D) a mixture of monoatomic & diatomic gases
(A*)  (B) 
(C)  (D) 
Sol. (A)
The slope of isothermal curve at point of intersection is
dP P
= tan 135° ...(1)
dV V
The slope of adiabatic curve at point of intersection is
dP P
= tan 121º ....(2)
dV V
from (1) and (2)
=tan 59° = 1.66 = 5/3
gas is monoatomic

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3. The given system is displaced by distance ‘A’ and released. Both the blocks (each of mass m) move
together without relative slipping in the whole process. The magnitude of frictional force between them
at time ‘t’ is :
  ‘A’   
m   ‘t’    
:
very rough ()
k m

m
smooth ()
x=0
KA KA KA
(A*) |cos t| (B) cos t (C) |sin t| (D) KA |cos t|
2 2 2
K
where ( ) =
2m
Sol. a= x2

Kx KA
a= = cos t
2m 2m
KA
f = ma = cos t
2

4. An ideal gas undergoes a cyclic process abcda which is shown by pressure- density curve.
abcda 
P
d

c
a
b
1 2
(A*) Work done by the gas in the process 'bc' is zero
(B*) Work done by the gas in the process 'cd' is negative
(C) Internal energy of the gas at point 'a' is greater than at state 'c'
(D*) Net work done by the gas in the cycle is negative.
(A*) bc 
(B*) cd 
(C) a c 
(D*) 
P R P
Sol. = RT T
M0 M0 d
Slope of the curve Temperature
Hence cd and ab are isothermal processes. a
1 c
V
i.e. bc and da are constant volume process d
(A) and (B) are true. V 2 V1 V
Temp. in cd process is greater than ab. Equivalent PV diagram.

Net work done by the gas in the cycle is negative, as is clear by the PV-diagram.

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P R
Sol. = RT T
M0 M0
P
 
cd  ab  d
1
V a
c
bc  da  d
(A)  (B)  V
V2 V1
cd ab   PV 
PV-

5. A particle is performing SHM along x-axis such that its acceleration along x-axis is :
a = 2 – x where a is in m/s2 and x is in meter. If speed of the particle at x = 1 is zero then CORRECT
statement is :
x-   x–  a = 2 – x 
a m/s2 x x = 1 :
(A) time period of oscillation is second (B*) amplitude of oscillation is 1 m
3
(C*) speed of the particle at x = 1.5 m is m/s (D*) speed of particle at x = 3 m is zero
2
(A)     (B) 1 m 
3
(C) x = 1.5 m  m/s  (D) x = 3 m 
2
Sol. a = –[x – 2]
mean position x = 2, left extreme x = 1, right extreme x = 3
x = 2 x = 1,  x = 3
amplitude x = 1
=1
vmax = 1 ; v= A2 x2
1 3
= 1 1 = .
4 2

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6. For the given uniform semi-circular disc of mass m and radius r. Choose the correct alternative(s) :
(C : Centre of mass of the disc, O : Centre of the circular part)
m r  :
(C : , O : )

(A) the moment of inertia about the axis perpendicular to the plane of the disc and passing through O
mr 2
is
4
mr 2
O  
4
(B*) the moment of inertia about the axis perpendicular to the plane of the disc and passing through O
mr 2
is
2
mr 2
O  
2
(C*) the moment of inertia about the axis perpendicular to the plane of the disc and passing through A
3mr 2
is
2
3mr 2
A  
2
(D) the moment of inertia about the axis perpendicular to the plane of the disc and passing through C
mr 2
is
2
mr 2
C   
2
7. A river of width 100 m is flowing with a velocity of 1.5 m/s. A man start from one end with rest relative
the river. He raws with an acceleration of 2 m/s2 relative to the river. If the man want to cross the river
in minimum time, by how much distance (in meters) will he be drifted (flown) in the direction of river flow
during the crossing.
100 m   1.5 m/s      
   2 m/s2     
() 
Ans : 15

Sol.

From A to B in y–direction,
y-A  B ,
1
Sy = uyt + ayy2
2
1
100 = 0 + (B) t2
2
t = 10 sec.
From A to B, in x–direction,
x-A  B, ,
Sx = uxt
Sx = (1.5) × (10) = 15 m.

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A U–tube, open from both the ends, contains two arms, arm–1 and arm–2 each of having equal cross–
section and height of each arm is 1m. Water of density w and an unknown liquid of density is filled as
shown.
 U–       –1 –2   
1m  w  

A tuning fork of frequency 300 Hz is vibrated on arm–1, then air column vibrates in fundamental tone. If
the same tuning fork is vibrated on arm–2, , then air column vibrates in 1st overtone Vsound = 300 m/sec.,
g = 10 m/sec2, density of water w = 103 kg/m3, atmospheric pressure = 105 Pa). Neglect the effect of
surface tension and end correction.
300 Hz –1    –2
   (V = 300 m/sec., g = 10
m/sec2,  w
= 103 kg/m3, = 105 Pa). 

8. Density of the unknown liquid ( ) is : ( ) :


(A) 2 w (B) 2.5 w (C*) 3 w
(D) 3.5 w

Sol.

For resonance with arm–1 –1 


V
f0 =
4 1
1
= 0.25 m
For resonance, with arm–2 –2 
3v
f0 =
4 2

2
= 0.75 m
0
+ wg(0.75) = 0
+ g (0.25)
=3 w.

9. Now we use a tuning fork of frequency 302 Hz, instead of 300 Hz, with how much velocity should we
move the tuning fork, so that resonance is created with the air column in any arm ?
 300 Hz  302 Hz       
?
(A) 2 m/sec. towards the tube (B*) 2 m/sec. away from the tube
(C) 4 m/sec. towards the tube (D) 4 m/sec. away from the tube
(A) 2 m/sec. (B*) 2 m/sec.
(C) 4 m/sec (D) 4 m/sec.

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Sol. For resonance appeared frequency for the tube should be still 300 Hz
300 Hz 
V V0
f' = f0
V Vs
300 0
300 = 302
300 ( V)
V = 2 m/sec away from the tube.
V = 2 m/sec 

10. Four particles are moving with different velocities in front of stationary plane mirror (lying in y-z plane).
At t = 0, velocity of A is v A î , velocity of B is v B î 3 ĵ , velocity of C is v C 5 î 6 ĵ , velocity of
D is v D 3 î ĵ . Acceleration of particle A is a A 2 î ĵ and acceleration of particle C is a C 2tˆj .
The particle B and D move with uniform velocity (Assume no collision to take place till t = 2 seconds).
All quantities are in S.I. Units. Relative velocity of image of object A with respect to object A is denoted
by V A ', A . Velocity of images relative to corresponding objects are given in column I and their values
are given in column II at t = 2 second. Match column I with corresponding values in column II.
   yz  t = 0 A 
vA î , B    v î 3 ĵ , C   v B5 î 6ˆj , D   v 3 î ĵ   A  
C D

aA 2 î C  a c 2tĵ B D t = 2 



   () A   A   VA ',A 
 S.I.     -I   -II
t = 2 -I -II 
Column I  I Column II  II
(A) V A ',A (p) 2 î
(B) VB', B (q) 6 î

(C) VC',C (r) 12 î 4 ĵ


(D) VD',D (s) 10 î
Ans. (A) s, (B) p, (C) s, (D) q
Sol. vA î a t = î ( 2 î ĵ )( 2) = 5 î 2 ĵ
v A' 5 î 2 ĵ
v A ', A = v A ' vA 10 î
VB ( î 3 ĵ ) , VB' î 3 ĵ so VB', B 2 î

For particle C (C )


dv y
2t v y – 6 = t2 vy = 6 + 4 = 10
dt
vC 5 î 10 ĵ , v C' 5 î 10 ĵ so v C',C 10 î
, v C' 5 î 10 ĵ , v C',C 10 î
vD 3 î ĵ , v D' 3 î ĵ , v D',D 6 î

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DPP No. : 04 (JEE-MAIN)


Total Marks : 60 Max. Time : 60 min.
Single choice Objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.1 to Q.20 (3 marks 3 min.) [60, 60]

ANSWER KEY OF DPP NO. : 04 (JEE-MAIN)


1. (D) 2. (C) 3. (C) 4. (C) 5. (C) 6. (A) 7. (A)
8. (A) 9. (D) 10. (B) 11. (A) 12. (C) 13. (A) 14. (C)
15. (C) 16. (A) 17. (C) 18. (A) 19. (B) 20. (C)

1. An object moves in front of a fixed plane mirror. The velocity of the image of the object is

(A) Equal in the magnitude and in the direction to that of the object.
(B) Equal in the magnitude and opposite in direction to that of the object.
(C) Equal in the magnitude and the direction will be either same or opposite to that of the object.
(D*) Equal in magnitude and makes any angle with that of the object depending on direction of motion
of the object.
(A) 
(B) 
(C)         

(D*)         

Sol. When object moves normal to the mirror, image velocity will be opposite to it. When object moves
parallel to the mirror, image velocity will be in the same direction.
      

2. A point object is moving along principal axis of a concave mirror with uniform velocity towards pole.
Initially the object is at infinite distance from pole on right side of the mirror as shown. Before the object
collides with mirror, the number of times at which the distance between object and its image is 40 cm
are.
   

40 cm 

(A) one time (B) two times (C*) three times (D) Data insufficient
(A)  (B)  (C)  (D) 

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Sol. As the object moves from infinity to centre of curvature, the distance between object and image reduces
from infinity to zero.
As the object moves from centre of curvature to focus, the distance between object and image
increases from zero to infinity.
As the object moves from focus to pole, the distance between object and its image reduces from infinity
to zero. Hence the distance between object and its image shall be 40 cm three times.
Sol.    

      

     
40 cm 

3. A force F = 4 î 10 ĵ acts on a body at a point having position vector 5 î 3 ĵ relative to origin of co-
ordinates on the axis of rotation . The torque acting on the body is :
 F 4 î 10 ĵ    
 5 î 3 ĵ 
(A) 38k̂ (B) 25 k̂ (C*) 62 k̂ (D) none of these 
Sol. F = 4 î – 10 ĵ
r = (–5 î – 3 ĵ )
=r × F
= (– 5 î – 3 ĵ ) × (4 î – 10 ĵ )
= 50k̂ + 12 k̂ = 62 k̂

4. The fraction of a floating object of volume V0 and density d0 above the surface of a liquid of density d
will be
V0  d0  d    

d0 dd0 d d0 dd0
(A) (B) (C*) (D)
d d d0 d d d0
Sol. For the floatation  V0d0g = Vin d g
d
Vin = V0 0
d
d d d0 Vout d d0
Vout = V0 – Vin = V0 – V0 0 V0
d d v0 d

5. If the tension and diameter of a sonometer wire of fundamental frequency n is doubled and density is
halved then its fundamental frequency will become -
 n  

n n
(A) (B) 2n (C*) n (D)
4 2

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n T
Sol. The frequency of vibrating wire is n = , where T is the tension in the wire.
2 m
1 T
We have n =
2 m
Here, m = mass per unit length = r2d
1/ 2
1 T 1 T
n or n
2 r 2d r d
1/ 2
n1 r2 T1 d2
n2 r1 T2 d1
We have given,
T1 1 d1 r1 1
, 2 ,
T2 2 d 2 r2 2

n1 2 1
or 1
n2 1 2
or n2 = n1 = n
1 T
.  n 
2 r 2d
2
n' T' r d
 = 
n T r' d'
2
1
= 2 2=1
2
n' = n

6. Two SHM’s are represented by y = a sin ( t – kx) and y = b cos ( t – kx). The phase difference
between the two is :
     y = a sin ( t – kx)  y = b cos ( t – kx)       

3
(A*) (B) (C) (D)
2 4 6 4
Sol. y = a sin ( t – kx)
y = b cos ( t – kx) =y b sin( t k )
2

7. An aeroplane revolves in a circle above the surface of the earth at a fixed height with speed 100 km/hr.
The magnitude of change in velocity after completing 1/2 revolution will be.
            100        

(A*) 200 km/hr (B) 150 km/hr (C) 300 km/hr (D) 400 km/hr
Sol. V V1 V2
= V ( V2 )
= 2V
V = 2V
= 2 × 100 km/hr = 200 km/hr. Ans

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8. A particle moves from position r1 3 î 2ˆj 6k̂ to position r2 14 î 13 ĵ 9k̂ under the action of force .
The (4 î ĵ 3k̂ ) N work done by this force will be
 (4 î ĵ 3k̂ ) N   r1 3 î 2ˆj 6k̂   r2 14 î 13 ĵ 9k̂ 

(A*) 100 J (B) 50 J (C) 200 J (D) 75 J
Sol. W = F . ( r2 r1 ) = 100 J

9. An inclined plane is inclined at an angle with the horizontal. A body of mass m rests on it, if the
coefficient of friction is µ, then the minimum force that has to be applied on the body parallel to the
inclined plane to make the body just move up the inclined plane is-
(A) mgsin (B) µmgcos
(C) µmgcos – mgsin (D*) µmgcos + mgsin
   m   µ  
     

 (A) mgsin (B) µmgcos
(C) µmgcos – mgsin (D*) µmgcos + mgsin
Sol. F mgsin + g cos
Fmin = mgsin + g cos
10. Two bodies are projected with the same velocity if one is projected at an angle of 30º and the other at
an angle of 60º to the horizontal, the ratio of the maximum heights reached is- 
    30°  60°  
–
(A) 3 : 1 (B*) 1 : 3 (C) 1 : 2 (D) 2 : 1

11. A body covered a distance of L m along a curved path of a quarter circle. The ratio of distance to
displacement is
 L m 
2 2 2
(A*) (B) (C) (D)
2 2 2
Sol. Displacement d1 = 2r
r
Distance from A to B d2 =
2
r
d2 2 =
=
d1 2r 2 2
 d1 = 2r
r
A B d2 =
2
r
d2 2 =
=
d1 2r 2 2

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12. The load versus elongation graph for four wires of the same materials is shown in the figure. The
thinnest wire is represented by the line :
              




(A) OC (B) OD (C*) OA (D) OB
F/ A
Sol. =y
/
F yA
= = slope 

y & are same for all then  y & 


slope  A
Ans. (C)

13. An ideal gas changes from state a to state b as shown in Fig. What is the work done by the gas in the
process ?

(A*) zero (B) positive (C) negative (D) infinite


 a b 


(A*)  (B)  (C)  (D) 
P
Sol. T P or  = constant  
T
P nR
As  = constant   or  V = constant   W = 0.
T V

14. Heat required to convert 1 g of ice at 0ºC into steam at 100ºC is


0ºC 100ºC  -
(A) 100 cal (B) 0.01 cal (C*) 720 cal (D) 1 kilocal
Sol. Heat = mLf + ms + mLv = 720 cal.

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15. A mass of 100g strikes the wall with speed 5m/s at an angle as shown in figure and it rebounds with the
same speed. If the contact time is 2 × 10–3 sec., what is the force applied on the mass by the wall :
100g 5m/s 
2 × 10–3 sec 

60º

60º

100g
(A) 250 3 to right (B) 250 N to right (C*) 250 3 N to left (D) 250 N to left
(A) 250 3  (B) 250 N  (C*) 250 3 N  (D) 250 N 
Px (P f x P l x ) mV sin 60 (mV sin 60 )
Sol. Fx = = = = – 250 3 N towards left 
t t 2 10 3

16. A ball of mass 'm', moving with uniform speed, collides elastically with another stationary ball. The
incident ball will lose maximum kinetic energy when the mass of the stationary ball is
  'm' 

(A*) m (B) 2m (C) 4m (D) infinity 
Sol. If mass = m
first ball will stop   v = 0
so  k.e. = 0 (min )
In other cases there will be some kinetic energy 
(K.E. can't be negative )

17. A man of mass 60 kg standing on a platform executing S.H.M. in the vertical plane. The displacement
from the mean position varies as y = 0.5 sin (2 ft). The value of f, for which the man will feel
weightlessness at the highest point is: (y is in metres)
        60 kg       
 y = 0.5 sin (2 ft)  f 
,  : (y )
g 2g
(A) (B) 4 g (C*) (D) 2 2g
4 2
Sol. If he feels weightlessness then at the highest point, acceleration must be g.
2A
2g
g= =2 f= 2g f=
2

d2 x
18. A particle of mass 'm' executes SHM according to the equation + kx = 0. Its time period will be :
dt 2
d2 x
m  + kx = 0  –
dt 2
2 m
(A*) (B) 2 (C) 2 k (D) 2 k
k k

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19. Assuming earth to be a perfectly spherical body, the time period of a simple pendulum is maximum:

:  
(A) at the poles (B*) at the equator
(C) between north pole & the equator (D) between south pole & the equator
(A)  (B*) 
(C)  (D) 

20. Angle of incidence of the incident ray for which reflected ray intersect perpendiculaly the principal axis.
    

i

(A) 0° (B) 30° (C*) 45° (D) 60°


A
i
i
i C
Sol. B

In the figure i + i = 90°


i = 45°

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DPP No. : 05 (JEE-ADVANCED)


Total Marks : 39 Max. Time : 42 min.
Single choice Objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.1 to Q.2 (3 marks 3 min.) [6, 6]
Multiple choice objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.3 to Q.4 (4 marks 4 min.) [8, 8]
Subjective Questions ('–1' negative marking) Q.5 to Q.6 (4 marks 5 min.) [8, 10]
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Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.10 (8 marks 10 min.) [8, 10]

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1. (D) 2. (B) 3. (A) (C) 4. (A) (C) 5. h= m above point of projection
3
6. 2 F2b/ma 7. (A) 8. (D) 9. (B)
10. (A) – p, r, s ; (B) – p, q, r, s, (C) – p (D) – p, r, s ;

1. A uniform disk of mass 300kg is rotating freely about a vertical axis through its centre with constant
angular velocity . A boy of mass 30kg starts from the centre and moves along a radius to the edge of
the disk. The angular velocity of the disk now is
300 kg         
  30 kg      

0 4 5
(A) (B) 0 (C) 0
(D*) 0
6 5 5 6
Sol. As = 0, angular momentum remains conseved :
300R 2 300R 2
L= 0 0 = 30R 2 .
2 2
150 0 = 180 = 5/6 0 Ans.

2. A man is holding an umbrella at angle 30° with vertical with lower end towards himself, which is
appropriate angle to protect him from rain for his horizontal velocity 10 m/s. Then which of the following
will be true-
10 m/s           30°       
        
 

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(A) rain is falling at angle 30° with vertical, towards the man
30° 
(B*) rain may be falling at angle 30° with vertical, away from the man
 30º 
(C) rain is falling vertically 
(D) none of these 
Sol.

Let v = velo. of rain


Possible values of are –30º < < 90º .

3. In Resonance tube experiment, if 400 Hz tuning fork is used, the first resonance occurs when length of
air column in the tube is 19 cm. If the 400 Hz. tuning fork is replaced by 1600 Hz tuning fork then to get
resonance, the water level in the tube should be further lowered by (take end correction = 1 cm)
  400 Hz     
19 cm 400 Hz 1600 Hz 
 (= 1 cm )
(A*) 5 cm (B) 10 cm (C*) 15 cm (D) 20 cm
V V
Sol. For first resonance with 400 Hz tuning fork eq = = = (19 + 1) = 20 cm 
4 f0 4( 400 )
V V
 400 Hz  eq
= = = (19 + 1) = 20 cm
4 f0 4( 400 )
V V 20
If we use 1600 Hz tuning fork = 5 cm 
4 f0 4 (1 1600 ) 4
V V 20 400 Hz
1600 Hz  = 5 cm
4 f0 4 (1600 ) 4
for Resonance 
V 3V 5V 7V 20 cm
eq
= , , , , ....
4 f0 4 f0 4 f0 4 f0
-----
1 cm + = 5 cm , 15 cm , 25 cm , 35 cm , 45 cm ..... -----
-----
= 4 cm , 14 cm , 24 cm , 34 cm , 44 cm ..... -----
-----
water level should be further lowered by  -----
-----
 -----
24 – 19 = 5 cm 34 – 19 = 15 cm

4. Heat is supplied to a certain homogeneous sample of matter at a uniform rate. Its temperature is plotted
against time as shown in the figure. Which of the following conclusions can be drawn? 






(A*) its specific heat capacity is greater in the solid state than in the liquid state.
(B) its specific heat capacity is greater in the liquid state than in the solid state.
(C*) its latent heat of vaporization is greater than its latent heat of fusion.
(D) its latent heat of vaporization is smaller than its latent heat of fusion.

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(A*)  
(B) 
(C*) 
(D) 
Sol. Slope of graph is greater in the solid state i.e., temperature is rising faster, hence lower heat capacity.
The transition from solid to liquid state takes lesser time, hence latent heat is smaller. 
 i.e.,  

5. A bullet is fired with speed 50 m/s at 45° angle find the height of the bullet when its direction of motion
makes angle 30° with the horizontal.
 50 m/s  45°   30° 

y
v

u=50 30°

Sol. h
45°
o x

h = height of the point where velocity makes 30º with horizontal.


As the horizontal component of velocity remain same
50 cos45° = v cos30°
2
v = 50
3
Now by equation
v2 = u2 + 2ay y
2
2 2
50 = 502 – 2gxh 2gh = 502 – 502 ×
3 3
1 2500 125
2gh =
× 502 h= =
3 60 3
125
h= m above point of projection
3
6. A thin uniform rod AB of mass ‘m’ translates with an acceleration ‘a’, when two anti parallel forces F1
and F2 act on it as shown in figure. If the distance between F1 and F2 is ‘b’, the length of the bar is ___
  AB  ‘m’  a    F1  F2  
‘b’, 

[ Ans.: 2 F2b/ma ]
Sol. As Rod is in linear motion only (there’s no rotation of the rod), Net torque about COM must be zero.

Hence  F1. – F2 b =0 ........(1)
2 2
also for linear motion. 
F2 – F1 = ma ........(2)
solving (1) and (2)
(1)  (2) 
2F2b
= Ans.
ma

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COMPREHENSION

A quantity of an ideal monoatomic gas consists of n moles initially at temperature T1. The pressure and
volume are then slowly doubled in such a manner so as to trace out a straight line on a P-V diagram.
   T1  n   
P-V 
W
7. For this process, the ratio is equal to (where W is work done by the gas) :
nRT1
W
  (W ) :
nRT1
(A*) 1.5 (B) 3 (C) 4.5 (D) 6
V2 2 V1
3 P2 2P1
Sol. W = Area under the curve = P1V1
2

V2 2 V1
3 P2 2P1
W = = PV
2 1 1

and  P1V1 = nRT1


3
.P1v1
w
Therefore  = 2
nRT1 P1V1

Q
8. For the same process, the ratio is equal to (where Q is heat supplied to the gas) :
nRT1
Q
 ( Q ) :
nRT1
(A) 1.5 (B) 3 (C) 4.5 (D*) 6
Sol. Q = dU + W
dU = nCv dT
For final state P2V2 = 2P1 2V1
 P2V2 = 2P1 2V1 = 4P1V1 = nR(4T1)
Hence final temp. is 4T1
 4T1 
3 9
dU = n . R . 3T1 = nRT1
2 2
3 9
Q= . nRT1 + nRT1 = 6nRT1
2 2
Q
=6
nRT1
C
9. If C is defined as the average molar specific heat for the process then has value
R
C
C  
R
(A) 1.5 (B*) 2 (C) 3 (D) 6

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Sol. nC T = Q nC T = 6n RT1
dT = 4T1 – T1 = 3T1
C
n . C . 3T1 = 6nRT1 =2
R

10. Consider a uniform wire of length , cross-sectional area A. Young’s modulus of the material of the wire

is Y. Some information related to the wire is given in column-I and dependence of the result is given in
column-II. Then match the appropriate choice between the columns and match the list given in options :
Column-I Column-II
(A) Let us suspend the wire vertically from a (p) Young’s Modulus
rigid supported and attach a mass m at
its lower end. If the mass is slightly pulled
down and released, it executes S.H.M.
of a time period which will depend on
(B) Work done in stretching the wire up to length (q) elongation (x)
+ x will depend on
(C) If the given wire is fixed between two rigid (r) length ( )

supports and its temperature is decreased,


thermal stress that develops in the wire
will depend on
(D) If the wire is pulled at its ends equal and (s) area of cross-section (A)
opposite forces of magnitude F so that it
undergoes an elongation x, according to
Hook’s law, F = kx, where k is the force
constant. Force constant (k) of the wire
will depend on
  ,  A.  Y     -I  
   –II        
 
-I -II
(A)   (p) 
m





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(B)  + x  (q) (x)

(C)  (r) ( )


(D) F (s)  (A)
 
x 
F = kx, k 
k 

Ans. (A) – p, r, s ; (B) – p, q, r, s, (C) – p (D) – p, r, s ;

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T EST INFORMATION

Course : VIJETA (JP) Date : 02-04-2015

DPP No. : 06 (JEE-ADVANCED)


Total Marks : 39 Max. Time : 42 min.
Single choice Objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.1 to Q.2 (3 marks 3 min.) [6, 6]
Multiple choice objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.3 to Q.4 (4 marks 4 min.) [8, 8]
Subjective Questions ('–1' negative marking) Q.5 to Q.6 (4 marks 5 min.) [8, 10]
Comprehension ('–1' negative marking) Q.7 to Q.9 (3 marks 3 min.) [9, 8]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.10 (8 marks 10 min.) [8, 10]

ANSWER KEY OF DPP NO. : 06 (JEE-ADVANCED)


1. (D) 2. (B) 3. (B) (C)(D) 4. (A) (D) 5. 70 cm 6. zero
7. (A) 8. (B) 9. (A) 10. (A) p (B) q (C) p,q (D) s

1. A uniform cylinder of mass M lies on a fixed plane inclined at an angle with horizontal. A light string is
tied to the cylinder’s right most point, and a mass m hangs from the string, as shown. Assume that the
coefficient of friction between the cylinder and the plane is sufficiently large to prevent slipping. For the
cylinder to remain static, the value of mass m is-
M          
   m  
      
m 

M cos sin cos sin


(A) (B) M (C) M (D*) M
1 sin 1 sin 1 sin 1 sin

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Sol.

Let the radius of cylinder be R


For the cylinder to remain static, net torque
on cylinder about point P (point of contact with
inclined surface) should be zero.
Mg (OS) = mg (SQ)
or Mg R sinq = mg R (1 – sinq)
M sin
or m=
1 sin
 R 

 P (
 ) 
\ Mg (OS) = mg (SQ)
or Mg R sinq = mg R (1 – sinq)
M sin
or m=
1 sin

2. At t = 0, a transverse wave pulse travelling in the positive x direction with a speed of


6
2 m/s in a long wire is described by the function y = 2 , given that x 0. Transverse velocity of a
x
particle at x = 2m and t = 2 seconds may be :
6
t = 0  x  2  y = 2 
x
x 0,x = 2 t = 2   
(A) 7 m/s (B*) – 3 m/s (C) 8 m/s (D) – 8 m/s
(A) 7  (B*) – 3  (C) 8  (D) – 8 
6 6
Sol. (B) y(x, t = 0) = 2 then y(x,t) =
x ( x 2t ) 2
y 24
= at x = 2, t=2
t ( x 2 t )3
24
Vy = = – 3 m/s.
( 2 )3

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3. Two blocks A (5kg) and B(2kg) attached to the ends of a spring constant 1120N/m are placed on a
smooth horizontal plane with the spring undeformed. Simultaneously velocities of 3m/s and 10m/s
along the line of the spring in the same direction are imparted to A and B then
 A (5kg)  B(2kg) 1120N/m    
  A  B     3m/s  10m/s 
-
k = 1120 N/m
5kg 2kg

(A) when the extension of the spring is maximum the velocities of A and B are zero.
(B*) the maximum extension of the spring is 25cm.
(C*) the first maximum compression occurs 3 /56 seconds after start.
(D*) maximum extension and maximum compression occur alternately. 
 (A) A B 
(B*)  25cm 
(C*)  3 /56  
(D*) 
Sol. At max. extension both should move with equal velocity.
k = 1120 N/m
5kg 2kg

By momentum conservation,
(5 × 3) + (2 × 10) = (5 + 2)V
V = 5 m/sec.
Now, by energy conservation
1 1 1 1
5 × 32 + × 2 × 102 = (5 + 2)V2 + kx2
2 2 2 2
Put V and k
1
xmax = m = 25 cm.
4
Also first maximum compression occurs at ;
3T 3 3 10 3
t= = 2 = 2 = sec.
4 4 k 4 7 1120 56
m1m 2
(where reduced mass, = )
m1 m 2

4. A variable force F = 10 t is applied to block B placed on a smooth surface. The coefficient of friction
between A & B is 0.5. (t is time in seconds. Initial velocities are zero)
   B   F = 10 t  A  B   0.5
(t  

(A*) block A starts sliding on B at t = 5 seconds


 A, B t = 5  
(B) the heat produced due to friction in first 5 seconds is 312.5J
5 312.5J 
(C) the heat produced due to friction in first 5 seconds is (625/8) J
5 (625/8) J 
(D*) acceleration of A at 10 seconds is 5 m/s2.
10 A  5 m/s2 

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Sol.

fmax = × 3g
= 0.5 × 30 = 15 N
block A starts sliding when friction force becomes max. i.e. fmax = 15
at that instant (F.B. D.)

both will move with same acceleration


So 15 = 3a a = 5m/s2
F – 15 = 7a
10t – 15 = 7 × 5
10t = 50
t = 5 sec
Work done by friction in 5 seconds
W= F . ds
F 10t
= 10t . ds (a = t)
m 10
5
= 10t . Vdt (ds = vdt)
0
5
t2 t2
= 10t . dt (V = adt tdt )
2 2
0
5
= 5 t 3 dt
0
5
t4 5 625 5
= 5 = [625 0] =
4 4 4
0

5. A point source S is centered in front of a 70 cm wide plane mirror. A man starts walking from the source
along a line parallel to the mirror in a single direction. Maximum distance that can be walked by man
without losing sight of the image of the source is _____.
  S  70 cm      
   
 _____ 
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Sol.

70 70
From figure if man moves from source to point A 70cm . Then he can see image
2 2
70 70
If man moves from source to point B 70cm . then he can not loose sight of image.
2 2

6. A Plane mirror revolves as shown at constant angular velocity making 2 rps about its normal. With
what velocity will the light spot move along a spherical screen of radius of 10 m if the mirror is at the
centre of curvature of the screen and the light is incident from a fixed direction.

2  10 m 




Sol. Angular speed of reflected light = 0 rps
There is no change in angular of incidence due to rotation of mirror. Ans. zero

COMPREHENSION
A concave mirror of radius of curvature 20 cm is shown in the figure. A circular disc of diameter 1 cm is
placed on the principle axis of mirror with its plane perpendicular to the principal axis at a distance 15
cm from the pole of the mirror. The radius of disc starts increasing according to the law r = (0.5 + 0.1 t)
cm/sec where t is time is second.
 20 cm  1 cm   
        (pole)  15 cm     
r = (0.5 + 0.1 t) cm/sec t 

7. The image formed by the mirror will be in the shape of a :



(A*) circular disc (B) elliptical disc with major axis horizontal
(C) elliptical disc with major axis vertical (D) distorted disc
(A*) 
(B) 
(C) 
(D) 

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Sol. All dimensions of the disc are perpendicular to the principal axis. Hence all dimensions are equally
magnified, resulting in an image in the shape of a circular disc.
   

8. In the above question, the area of image of the disc at t = 1 second is :
 t = 1 
(A) 1.2 cm2 (B*) 1.44 cm2 (C) 1.52 cm2 (D) none of these   

Sol. At t = 1 sec.
r = 0.5 t + 0.1 t = 0.6 cm
f 10
m= = =–2
f u 10 15
Radius of image = 2r = 1.2 cm
Area of image = (1.2)2 = 1.44 cm2 .
= 2r = 1.2 cm
 = (1.2)2 = 1.44 cm2 .
9. What will be the rate at which the radius of image will be changing
(A*) 0.2 cm/sec increasing (B) 0.2 cm/sec decreasing
(C) 0.4 cm/sec increasing (D) 0.4 cm/sec decreasing

(A*) 0.2 cm/sec   (B) 0.2 cm/sec 
(C) 0.4 cm/sec   (D) 0.4 cm/sec 
dr
Sol. = 0.1
dt
rimage = |m|robject = 2robject
drimage dr
= 2. = 0.2 = 0.2 cm/sec.
dt dt

10. Consider a system of particles (it may be rigid or non rigid). In the column- some condition on force
and torque is given. Column- contains the effects on the system. (Letters have usual meaning)
 ( ) -    - 

Column-I Column-II
(A) Fres 0 (p) Psystem will be constant
(B) res 0 (q) L system will be constant
(C) External force is absent (r) total work done by all forces will be zero
(D) No nonconservative force acts. (s) total mechanical energy will be constant.
-I -II
(A) F = 0 (p) Psystem  
(B)  =0 (q) L system  
(C)  (r) 
(D)   (s) 
Ans. (A) p (B) q (C) p,q (D) s

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Sol. (A) If resultant force is zero, Psystem will be constant.
(B) If resultant torque is zero, L system will be constant.
(C) If external forces are absent, both Psystem and L system will be constant.
(D) If no non conservative force acts, total mechanical energy of system will be constant.
(A)  P 
(B)  L  
(C)   P  L  
(D)  

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