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JEE ( Main ) Examination–2019/Evening Session/09-01-2019

TEST PAPER OF JEE(MAIN) EXAMINATION – 2019


(Held On Wednesday 09th JANUARY, 2019) TIME : 2 : 30 PM To 05 : 30 PM
PHYSICS
1. Two plane mirrors arc inclined to each other Hence total no. of maximas observed in angular
such that a ray of light incident on the first range –30°    30° is
mirror (M1) and parallel to the second mirror maximas = 320 + 1 + 320 = 641
(M2) is finally reflected from the second mirror 3. At a given instant, say t = 0, two radioactive
(M2) parallel to the first mirror (M1). The angle substances A and B have equal activities. The
between the two mirrors will be :
RB
(1) 90° (2) 45° (3) 75° (4) 60° ratio R of their activities after time t itself
Ans. (4) A

M1 decays with time t as e–3t. [f the half-life of A


is m2, the half-life of B is :

ln2 ln2
 (1) (2) 2ln2 (3) (4) 4ln2
2 4
Ans. (3)
 Sol. Half life of A = n2
n2
t1/2 =
Sol.    
M2 A = 1
Assuming angles between two mirrors be  at t = 0 RA = RB
as per geometry, NAe–AT = NBe–BT
sum of anlges of  NA = NB at t = 0
3 = 180°
R B N 0 e Bt

 = 60° at t = t 
2. In a Young's double slit experiment, the slits are R A N 0 e A t
placed 0.320 mm apart. Light of wavelength  e  B A   e t
   t

= 500 nm is incident on the slits. The total B – A = 3


number of bright fringes that are observed in B = 3 + A = 4
the angular range –30°30°is: n2 n2
(1) 320 (2) 641 (3) 321 (4) 640 t1/2 =   4

B
Ans. (2) 4. Ge and Si diodes start conducting at 0.3 V and
0.7 V respectively. In the following figure if Ge
diode connection are reversed, the value of Vo
changes by : (assume that the Ge diode has
large breakdown voltage)
Sol. d  CM Ge

Vo

Pam difference Si
dsin = n 12V 5K
where d = seperation of slits
 = wave length
n = no. of maximas
(1) 0.6 V (2) 0.8 V (3) 0.4 V (4) 0.2 V
0.32 × 10–3 sin 30 = n × 500 × 10–9
Ans. (3)
n = 320

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Sol. Initially Ge & Si are both forward biased so
1 2
current will effectivily pass through Ge diode Sol. Potential energy (U) = kx
2
with a drop of 0.3 V
if "Ge" is revesed then current will flow through 1 2 1 2
Kinetic energy (K) = kA  kx
"Si" diode hence an effective drop of (0.7 – 0.3) 2 2
= 0.4 V is observed. According to the question, U = k
5. A rod of mass 'M' and length '2L' is suspended
1 2 1 2 1 2
at its middle by a wire. It exhibits torsional  kx  kA  kx
2 2 2
oscillations; If two masses each of 'm' are
attached at distance 'L/2' from its centre on both A
sides, it reduces the oscillation frequency by x= 
2
20%. The value of ratio m/M is close to :
 Correct answer is (3)
(1) 0.17 (2) 0.37 (3) 0.57 (4) 0.77
8. A musician using an open flute of length 50 cm
Ans. (2)
produces second harmonic sound waves. A
Sol. Frequency of torsonal oscillations is given by
person runs towards the musician from another
k end of a hall at a speed of 10 km/h. If the wave
f=
I speed is 330 m/s, the frequency heard by the
f1 
k
M  2L 
12
2

k
 running person shall be close to :
(1) 753 Hz
(3) 333 Hz
Ans. (4)
(2) 500 Hz
(4) 666 Hz

Sol. Frequency of the sound produced by flute,


f2 
2 2
M  2L  L
 2m    v  2  330
12 2 f = 2    660Hz
 2  2  0.5
f2 = 0.8 f1

m 5 25
 0.375 Velocity of observer, v0 = 10 
= m/s
M 18 9
6. A 15 g mass of nitrogen gas is enclosed in a  frequency detected by observer, f' =
vessel at a temperature 27°C. Amount of heat  v  v0 
transferred to the gas, so that rms velocity of  v  f
molecules is doubled, is about :

[Take R = 8.3 J/ K mole]  25 


 9  330 
(1) 10 kJ (2) 0.9 kJ (3) 6 kJ (4) 14 kJ 660
Ans. (1)  f' =  330 
 
Sol. Q = nCvT as gas in closed vessel  
= 335.56 × 2 = 671.12
15 5  R
Q=    4T  T   closest answer is (4)
28 2
9. In a communication system operating at
Q = 10000 J = 10 kJ
wavelength 800 nm, only one percent of source
7. A particle is executing simple harmonic motion
(SHM) of amplitude A, along the x-axis, about frequency is available as signal bandwidth. The
x = 0. When its potential Energy (PE) equals number of channels accomodated for transmitting
kinetic energy (KE), the position of the particle TV signals of band width 6 MHz are (Take velocity
will be :
of light c = 3 × 108m/s,h = 6.6 × 10–34 J-s)
A A A (1) 3.75 × 106 (2) 4.87 × 105
(1) (2) (3) (4) A
2 2 2 2 (3) 3.86 × 106 (4) 6.25 × 105
Ans. (3) Ans. (4)
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Sol. f =
3  10 8
30
 1014 Hz

 E 2  9  10 3 cos 2 ˆi  sin 2 ˆj 
8 107 8 3
 tan 2 
= 3.75 × 1014
Hz 4
1% of f = 0.0375 × 1014 Hz  4 3 
= 3.75 × 1012 Hz = 3.75 × 106 MHz 5 5 

 E 2  9  10 3  ˆi  ˆj   72iˆ  54 ˆj  10 2 
3.75  106 1 10  10 6
E 
Magnitude of 1 4  12  32
number of channels = = 6.25 × 105
6 0  
 correct answer is (4)  
 9  10 9  10  10 7
10. Two point charges q1( 10 C) and q2(–25 C)  9 10  10 2

are placed on the x-axis at x = l m and x = 4 m
  
 E1  9 10  10 2  cos 1 ˆi  sin 1ˆj 

respectively. The electric field (in V/m) at a  tan1 = 3
point y = 3 m on y-axis is, 10
 1 3
9 2 2  1
 take 4   9  10 Nm C 
 0  1
(1) ( 63iˆ  27ˆj)  10 2 (2) (81iˆ  81j)
ˆ  10 2  1 3 ˆ
 E1  9  10  10 2 
 10
 ˆi  j
10 
 
(3) (63iˆ  27ˆj)  10 2 (4) ( 81iˆ  81j)
ˆ  10 2
E1  9  10 2  ˆi  3ˆj  9iˆ  27jˆ  10 2
Ans. (3)
  
E1

 E  E  E  63iˆ  27jˆ  10 V / m
1 2
2

 correct answer is (3)
y=3 11. A parallel plate capacitor with square plates is
2
filled with four dielectrics of dielectric constants

E2
y=2 K1, K2, K3, K4 arranged as shown in the figure.
The effective dielectric constant K will be :
Sol.
y=3
K1 K2 L/2
1 q1 2 q2
(0,0) x=1 x=2 x=3 x=4m x K3 K4 L/2
 

Let E1 & E 2 are the vaues of electric field due d/2 d/2
to q 1 & q 2 respectively magnitude of (K1  K 2 )(K 3  K 4 )
(1) K 
2(K1  K 2  K 3  K 4 )
1 q2
E2  (K1  K 2 )(K 3  K 4 )
4 0 r 2 (2) K 
(K1  K 2  K 3  K 4 )
(K1  K 4 )(K 2  K 3 )
9  10 9   25   10 6 (3) K 
E2  V/m 2(K1  K 2  K 3  K 4 )
4 2
 32  (K1  K 3 )(K 2  K 4 )
(4) K 
E2 = 9 × 103 V/m K1  K 2  K 3  K 4
Ans. (Bonus)

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k1 k2
C13C 24  k1  k 3  k 2  k 4  0 L2
k1 k2 L/2 C1 C2 Ceq = C C  k  k  k  k
Sol.  13 24  1 2 3 4 d
k3 k4 L/2 k3 k4

C3 C4 k 0 L2
=
C12 d

  k1  k 3  k 2  k 4 
k = k k k k
Ceq  1 2 3 4
C34
However this is one of the four options.
L  L 
k1 0  L k 2 0  L  It must be a "Bonus" logically but of the given
2
C1C2
2 .   options probably they might go with (4)
d/2 d/2
C12 = C C = L 12. A rod of length 50cm is pivoted at one end. It
1 2  
0 . 2  L  is raised such that if makes an angle of 30° from
 k1  k 2    the horizontal as shown and released from rest.
 d/2 
  Its angular speed when it passes through the
k1k 2 0 L2 horizontal (in rad s–1) will be (g = 10ms–2)
C12 =
k1  k 2 d

in the same way we get, C34 

 k1k 2

k 3 k 4 0 L2
k3  k 4 d
k 3k 4  0 L2
30°

 Ceq = C12 + C34 =  k  k  k  k  d ..(i) 30


 1 2 3 4 30 20
(1) 30 (2) (3) (4)
2 2 3
k 0 L2
Now if keq = k, C eq  .....(ii) Ans. (2)
d

on comparing equation (i) to equation (ii), we initial position
get 

k1k 2  k 3  k 4   k 3k 4  k1  k 2  Sol.
keq = 30°
 k1  k 2  k 3  k 4 
final position
This does not match with any of the options Work done by gravity from initial to final

so probably they have assumed the wrong position is,


combination

L L W  mg sin 30
k1 0 L L. 2
C13 = 2 k  2
3 0
d/2 d/2 mg

0 L2 4
= (k1 + k3) According to work energy theorem
d
 L2 1
C24 = (k2 + k4) 0 W  I2
d 2

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GM e m GM em
1 m 2 2 mg   E1  
   Re  Re h 
2 3 4

3g 3  10  1 1 
  E1 = GMem  R  R  h 
2 2  0.5  e e 

  30 rad / sec GM e m h
 correct answer is (1) E1 =  R  h   R
e e
13. One of the two identical conducting wires of
length L is bent in the form of a circular loop mv2
and the other one into a circular coil of N Gravitational attraction FG = maC = R  h
 e 
identical turns. If the same current is passed in
both, the ratio of the magnetic field at the mv2 GM e m
central of the loop (BL) to that at the centre of E2   R  h   2
e Re  h 
BL
the coil (BC), i.e. R B will be :
C GM e m
1 1 mv2 =
(1)
Ans. (3)
N
(2) N2 (3) 2
N

(4) N

mv2
Re  h 

GM e m
E2 = 2  2 R  h
 e 
r E1 = E2
Sol. R
Loop Coil
h 1 Re
  3200km
R e 2 h = 2

L = 2R L = N × 2r
R = Nr 15. The energy associated with electric field is (UE)
and with magnetic field is (U B ) for an
 0i  0 Ni
BL = BC = electromagnetic wave in free space. Then :
2R 2r
UB
(1) UE = (2) UE < UB
0 N 2i 2
BC = (3) UE = UB (4) UE > UB
2R

Ans. (3)
BL 1 Sol. Average energy density of magnetic field,
 2
BC N
B02
14. The energy required to take a satellite to a uB = 2 , B0 is maximum value of magnetic
0
height 'h' above Earth surface (radius of Earth
= 6.4 × 10 3 km) is E 1 and kinetic energy field.
Average energy density of electric field,
required for the satellite to be in a circular orbit
at this height is E2. The value of h for which 0 20
E1 and E2 are equal, is: uE =
2
(1) 1.28 × 104 km (2) 6.4 × 103 km
(3) 3.2 × 103 km (4) 1.6 × 103 km 1
now, 0 = CB0 , C2 =  
Ans. (3) 0 0

Sol. Usurface + E1 = Uh
KE of satelite is zero at earth surface & at 0
uE =  C2 B02
height h 2

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0 1 2 B02 GM 2

= 2    B 0   uB Sol. F = G = [M–1L3T–2]
0 0 2 0 R2
uE = uB E = h h = [ML2T–1]
since energy density of electric & magnetic C = [LT–1]
field is same, energy associated with equal t GxhyCz
volume will be equal. [T] = [M–1L3T–2]x[ML2T–1]y[LT–1]z
uE = uB [M0L0T1] = [M–x + yL3x + 2y + zT–2x – y – z]
16. A series AC circuit containing an inductor (20 on comparing the powers of M, L, T
mH), a capacitor (120 F) and a resistor (60) – x + y = 0  x = y
is driven by an AC source of 24 V/50 Hz. The 3x + 2y + z = 0  5x + z = 0 ....(i)
energy dissipated in the circuit in 60 s is : –2x – y – z = 1  3x + z = –1 ...(ii)
(1) 2.26 × 103 J (2) 3.39 × 103 J 1 5
2
(3) 5.65 × 10 J (4) 5.17 × 102 J on solving (i) & (ii) x = y = ,z= 
2 2
Ans. (4)
Gh
Sol. R = 60 f = 50Hz,  = 2f = 100  t
C5
1 1 18. The magnetic field associated with a light wave
xC = 
C 100120  106
xC = 26.52 
xL = L = 100 × 20 × 10–3 = 2
xC – xL = 20.24  20
 is given, at the origin, by
B = B0 [sin(3.14 × 107)ct + sin(6.28 × 107)ct]. If
this light falls on a silver plate having a work
function of 4.7 eV, what will be the maximum
kinetic energy of the photo electrons ?
 R = 60 (c = 3 × l08ms–1, h = 6.6 × 10–34 J-s)
(1) 7.72 eV (2) 8.52 eV
(3) 12.5 eV (4) 6.82 eV

Z Ans. (1)
xC – xL = 20
2 Sol. B = B0sin ( × 107C)t + B0sin (2 × 107C)t
z= R 2  xC  xL  since there are two EM waves with different
z = 20 10 frequency, to get maximum kinetic energy we
R 3 take the photon with higher frequency
cos = 
z 10
107

v B1 = B0sin( × 107C)t 1 = C
Pavg = VI cos , I = 2
z
B2 = B0sin( × 107C)t 2 = 107C
v2
= cos  where C is speed of light C = 3 × 108 m/s
z
= 8.64 watt 2 > 1
Q = P.t = 8.64 × 60 = 5.18 × 102 so KE of photoelectron will be maximum for
17. Expression for time in terms of G (universal photon of higher energy.
gravitational constant), h (Planck constant) and 2 = 107C Hz
c (speed of light) is proportional to : h =  + KEmax
energy of photon
Gh hc 5 Eph = h = 6.6 × 10–34 × 107 × 3 × 109
(1) (2)
c3 G Eph = 6.6 × 3 × 10–19J
6.6  3  1019
= eV  12.375eV
c3 Gh 1.6  1019
(3) (4)
Gh c5 KEmax = Eph – 
= 12.375 – 4.7 = 7.675 eV  7.7 eV
Ans. (4)
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19. Charge is distributed within a sphere of radius R
A 2r / a T1
with a volume charge density (r)  2 e ,
r
where A and a are constants. If Q is the total charge
of this charge distribution, the radius R is : H1 w1
a  Q   Q 
(1) log  1   (2) a log  1  
2  2 aA   2 aA 
T2
 1  a  1 
(3) a log  (4) log 
Q  2 Q 
1  1  Sol.
 2 aA   2 aA  H1 w2
Ans. (4)

dr T3

r
Sol. w1 = w2
u1 = u2
T3 – T2 = T2 – T1
2T2 = T1 + T3
Q=  dv  T2 = 500 K
R
A 21. A carbon resistance has a following colour
= r 2
e 2 r / a  4r 2 dr 
0 code. What is the value of the resistance ?
R
A
= r 2
e 2 r / a  4r 2 dr  G OY Golden
0
(1) 1.64 M  5% (2) 530 k  5%
R
(3) 64 k  10% (4) 5.3 M  5%
= 4A  e2r / a dr
Ans. (2)

0

R
 
 e 2 r / a  Sol.
= 4A   G O Y4 Golden
2 5 3 10 ±5%
  
 a 0 R = 53 × 104 ± 5% = 530 k ± 5%
22. A force acts on a 2 kg object so that its position
 a  2R / a
= 4A     e  1

is given as a function of time as x = 3t2 + 5. What


 2
Q = 2aA(1 – e–2R/a) is the work done by this force in first 5 seconds ?
(1) 850 J (2) 900 J
 
a  1  (3) 950 J (4) 875 J
R = log  Q  Ans. (2)
2
 1  
 2aA  Sol. x = 3t2 + 5
20. Two Carrnot engines A and B are operated in dx
series. The first one, A, receives heat at T1(= 600 v
dt
K) and rejects to a reservoir at temperature T2. The
v = 6t + 0
second engine B receives heat rejected by the first
at t = 0 v=0
engine and, in turn, rejects to a heat reservoir at
t = 5 sec v = 30 m/s
T3(= 400 K). Calculate the temperature T2 if the
W.D. = KE
work outputs of the two engines are equal :
(1) 400 K (2) 600 K (3) 500 K (4) 300 K 1 1 2
W.D. = mv 2  0   2  30   900J
Ans. (3) 2 2

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23. The position co-ordinates of a particle moving 25. A mass of 10 kg is suspended vertically by a rope
in a 3-D coordinate system is given by from the roof. When a horizontal force is applied
x = a cost
on the rope at some point, the rope deviated at
y = a sint
and z = at an angle of 45° at the roof point. If the suspended
The speed of the particle is : mass is at equilibrium, the magnitude of the force
(1) a (2) 3 a applied is (g = 10 ms –2)
(3) 2 a (4) 2a (1) 200 N (2) 100 N (3) 140 N (4) 70 N
Ans. (3) Ans. (2)
Sol. vx = –asint  vy = acost

vz = a  v  v 2x  v 2y  v z2 45°

v  2a Sol. 45° F


24. In the given circuit the internal resistance of the
18 V cell is negligible. If R1 = 400 , R3 = 100  100N
and R4 = 500  and the reading of an ideal voltmeter at equation
across R4 is 5V, then the value R2 will be :
R3 R4 100
tan45° =

R1

R2
 26.
F = 100 N
F

In a car race on straight road, car A takes a time t


less than car B at the finish and passes finishing
point with a speed 'v' more than that of car B. Both
18V the cars start from rest and travel with constant
(1) 300  (2) 230  acceleration a1 and a2 respectively. Then 'v' is equal

(3) 450  (4) 550  to
Ans. (1)
a1  a 2
R3=100 R4=500 (1) t (2) 2a1a 2 t
2
i i1 2a1a 2
(3) t (4) a1a 2 t
R1=400 a1  a 2
Ans. (4)

Sol. i2 R2
Sol. For A & B let time taken by A is t0

18V
x
V4 = 5V
V4 u=0 vA = a1t0
i1   0.01 A vB = a2(t0 + t)
R4
V3 = i1R3 = 1V from ques.
V3 + V4 = 6V = V2 vA – vB = v = (a1 – a2)t0 – a2t ....(i)
V1 + V3 + V4 = 18V 1 2 1 2
V1 = 12 V xB = x A = a 1t 0  a 2  t 0  t 
2 2
V
i  1  0.03Amp.  a1 t 0  a 2  t 0  t 
R1
i2 = 0.02 Amp V2 = 6V
R2 
V2

6
 300
  
a2  a 2 t0  a2 t ....(ii)
i2 0.02
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putting t0 in equation 29. The pitch and the number of divisions, on
the circular scale, for a given screw gauge
a2 t are 0.5 mm and 100 respectively. When the
v = (a1 – a2)  a 2t
a1  a 2 screw gauge is fully tightened without any
object, the zero of its circular scale lies 3
=  a1  a 2  a 2 t  a 2t  v = a1a 2 t divisions below the mean line.
The readings of the main scale and the circular
 a1a 2 t  a 2 t  a 2 t scale, for a thin sheet, are 5.5 mm and 48
27. A power transmission line feeds input power respectively, the thickness of this sheet is :
at 2300 V to a step down transformer with its (1) 5.755 m (2) 5.725 mm
(3) 5.740 m (4) 5.950 mm
primary windings having 4000 turns. The
Ans. (2)
output power is delivered at 230 V bv the
transformer. If the current in the primary of the Pitch
Sol. LC = No. of division
transformer is 5A and its efficiency is 90%, the
output current would be : LC = 0.5 × 10–2 mm
(1) 25 A (2) 50 A +ve error = 3 × 0.5 × 10–2 mm

Sol.
(3) 35 A
Ans. (4)


Pout VS I S

Pin VP I P
(4) 45 A  = 1.5 × 10–2 mm = 0.015 mm
Reading = MSR + CSR – (+ve error)
= 5.5 mm + (48 × 0.5 × 10–2) – 0.015
= 5.5 + 0.24 – 0.015 = 5.725 mm
30. A particle having the same charge as of electron
23  I S moves in a circular path of radius 0.5 cm under
 0.9 
230  5 the influence of a magnetic field of 0.5 T. If an
 I S  45A electric field of 100 V/m makes it to move in

28. The top of a water tank is open to air and its water a straight path, then the mass of the particle is
(Given charge of electron =1.6 × 10–19C)
level is maintained. It is giving out 0.74 m3 water
(1) 2.0 × 10–24 kg
per minute through a circular opening of 2 cm radius
(2) 1.6 × 10–19 kg
in its wall. The depth of the centre of the opening
(3) 1.6 × 10–27 kg
from the level of water in the tank is close to : (4) 9.1 × 10–31 kg

(1) 9.6 m (2) 4.8 m (3) 2.9 m (4) 6.0 m Ans. (1)
Ans. (2)
Sol. In flow volume = outflow volume mv 2
Sol.  qvB
R
0.74

60

  4  10 4  2gh  mv = qBR ....(i)
Path is straight line
74  100 it qE = qvB
 2gh 
240  E = vB ....(ii)
740 From equation (i) & (ii)
 2gh 
24 qB2 R
m=
740  740 2 E
 2gh 
24  24  10
  10  
m = 2.0 × 10–24 kg
74  74
h
2  24  24
 h  4.8m
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