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

## TEST PAPER OF JEE(MAIN) EXAMINATION – 2019

(Held On Wednesday 09th JANUARY, 2019) TIME : 9 : 30 AM To 12 : 30 PM
PHYSICS
1. A current loop, having two circular arcs joined 2. A gas can be taken from A to B via two different
by two radial lines is shown in the figure. It processes ACB and ADB.
carries a current of 10 A. The magnetic field at P
point O will be close to : C B

O
A D
3cm
3cm

V
=45º

Q R
2cm

2cm

## P S path ADB is used work done by the system is 10

i=10A J. The heat Flow into the system in path ADB is :
(1) 80 J (2) 20 J (3) 100 J (4) 40 J
(1) 1.0 × 10–5 T (2) 1.5 × 10–5 T Ans. (4)
(3) 1.0 × 10–7 T
Ans. (1)

(4) 1.0 × 10–7 T

Sol.
P
C B

A D V
3cm
3cm

## QACB = WACB + UACB

 60 J = 30 J + UACB

 UACB = 30 J
2cm

2cm

## QACD = UACB + WADB

= 10 J + 30 J = 40 J
3. A plane electromagnetic wave of frequency 50
MHz travels in free space along the positive x-

##   i 1 1  direction. At a particular point in space and

B  0     kˆ 
4   r1 r2  time, E  6.3jVˆ / m . The corresponding

r1 = 3 cm = 3  10 2 m magnetic field B , at that point will be:
ˆ
(1) 18.9  10 8 kT ˆ
(2) 6.3  10 8 kT
r2  5cm  5  10 2 m

 ˆ
(3) 2.110 8 kT ˆ
(4) 18.9  108 kT
 , i = 10 A
4 Ans. (3)
 4  10 7  1 1 ˆ E 6.3
B  10   k Sol. B   2.1  10 8 T
16  3  10
2
5  10 2  C 3  10 8
and Eˆ  Bˆ C ˆ
  ˆj  B
ˆ  ˆi
 B   10 5 T
3 B̂  kˆ

B B B ˆ
ˆ = 2.1  10 8 kT
 1  10 5 T

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4. Two coherent sources produce waves of Ans. (2)
different intensities which interfere. After
interference, the ratio of the maximum intensity
to the minimum intensity is 16. The intensity

of the waves are in the ratio: C1
(1) 4 : 1 (2) 25 : 9 P
(3) 16 : 9 (4) 5 : 3
Sol. mg
Ans. (2)
I max N
Sol.  16  C2
I min
M
A mg
 max  4 Let mass of one rod is m.
A min
A1  A 2 4 mg (C1P) = mg (C2N)
 
A1  A 2 1 L  L 
mg  sin    mg  cos   L sin  
Using componendo & dividendo.

A1 5
A2 3
  5  25
  1   
I2  3  9
2
 3
 2 

 mgL sin  
2
mgL
2
 2

cos 

## 5. An L-shaped object, made of thin rods of 1

uniform mass density, is suspended with a  tan  
3
string as shown in figure. If AB = BC, and the
6. A mixture of 2 moles of helium gas (atomic mass
angle made by AB with downward vertical is

= 4 u), and 1 mole of argon gas (atomic mass
, then :
= 40 u) is kept at 300 K in a container. The ratio

 Vrms (helium) 
A
of their rms speeds  V ((argon)  , is close to
 rms 
 z
:

B 90º
(1) 2.24 (2) 0.45
x
(3) 0.32 (4) 3.16
Ans. (4)
C
Vrms  He  M Ar 40
 
Sol. Vrms  Ar  M He 4 = 3.16
2
(1) tan   7. When the switch S, in the circuit shown, is
3
closed, then the value of current i will be :
1 20V i1 C i2 10V
(2) tan  
3 A  i  B

1 2
(3) tan  
2 S
1 V=0
(4) tan   (1) 3 A (2) 5 A (3) 4 A (4) 2 A
2 3

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Ans. (2) 10. A rod, of length L at room temperature and
Sol. 20V i1 xv i2 10V uniform area of cross section A, is made of a
A  C  B metal having coefficient of linear expansion /
°C. It is observed that an external compressive
2
force F, is applied on
i each of its ends, prevents any change in the
0 length of the rod, when its temperature rises by
Let voltage at C = xv T K. Young's modulus, Y, for this metal is :
KCL : i1 + i2 = i
20  x 10  x x  0 F F
  (1) (2) A  T  273
2 4 2 2AT
 x = 10
and i = 5 amp. F 2F
(3) (4)
8. A resistance is shown in the figure. Its value AT AT
and tolerance are given respectively by: Ans. (3)

## RED ORANGE Stress

Sol. Young's modulus y 
Strain

## (1) 27 K 

(3) 270 K 
VIOLET SILVER

(2) 270 K 
(4) 27 K 

F/A
  /  
F
Ans. (4) 
A  T 
Sol. Color code :
Red violet orange silver 11. A block of mass m, lying on a smooth

R = 27 × 103  ± 10% horizontal surface, is attached to a spring (of
= 27 K ± 10% negligible mass) of spring constant k. The other
end of the spring is fixed, as shown in the
9. A bar magnet is demagnetized by inserting it figure. The block is initally at rest in its
inside a solenoid of length 0.2 m, 100 turas, and equilibrium position. If now the block is pulled
carrying a current of 5.2 A. The coercivitv of with a constant force F, the maximum speed of
the bar magnet is : the block is :

## (1) 1200 A/m (2) 2600 A/m

(3) 520 A/jm (4) 285 A/m
Ans. (2)
m F
B
Sol. Coercivity = H 
0 F 2F
(1) (2)
N 100 mk mk
= ni  i   5.2
 0.2 F F
(3) (4)
= 2600 A/m mk  mk

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Ans. (3) Ans. (1)
Sol. Maximum speed is at mean position  1 1   
Sol. Q  A  Bf  Bi    3.5  10 3  0.4sin  0 
(equilibrium). F = kx R 10 10  2 

F 1
x
k 
10
 
3.5  10 3  0.4  0 
WF + Wsp = KE = 1.4 × 10–4 = 0.14 mC
1 2 1 m
F(x) – kx  mv 2  0
2 2 14. Two masses m and are connected at the two
2
2 ends of a massless rigid rod of length l. The rod
 F 1  F 1
F    k    mv 2 is suspended by a thin wire of torsional constant
k 2 k 2
k at the centre of mass of the rod-mass system(see
F figure). Because of torsional constant k, the
 v max 
mk restoring torque is =k for angular
displacement 0. If the rod is rota ted by 0 and
12. Three charges +Q, q, + Q are placed
respectively, at distance, 0, d/2 and d from the released, the tension in it when it passes through

then value of q is :
(1) +Q/2 (2) –Q/2 (3) –Q/4 (4) +Q/4
Ans. (3)

origin, on the x-axis. If the net force
experienced by + Q, placed at x= 0, Ls zero,
its mean position will be:

l
d

## Sol. Fb 3k20 k02

Fa q (1) (2)
+Q d/2 d/2 +Q

l 2l
For equilibrium,
  2k20 k02
Fa  FB  0 (3) (4)
  l l
Fa   FB
Ans. (4)
kQQ kQq

d 2
d / 2
2 k
Sol. 

I
Q
q
4
13. A conducting circular loop made of a thill wire, 3k

has area 3.5 × 10–3 m2 and resistance l0 . It m 2
is placed perpendicular to a time dependent
magnetic field
B(t) = (0.4T)sin(50t). The field is uniform in m/2 T m
space. Then the net charge flowing through the
loop during t = 0 s and t = 10 ms is close to: 
(1) 14mC (2) 21 mC (3) 6 mC (4) 7 mC

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 = 0 = average velocity Ans. (3)
T = m2r1

T  m 2
3
 d
 m2 02 y
3 Sol.
3k  x dx
 m 2 20
m 3 d
k20

 y d

m2 x a

I   2  2  2 d
3m y x
a
2
m 2 d
 dy   dx 
3 a
m/2

r1 1 
r2

CM
r1
m
 1

y

d  y 

1 1 y 
  r1     d  y
r2 2 3 dc 0 adx  k 
15. A copper wire is stretched to make it 0.5%
longer. The percentage change in its electrical 0 adx

resistance if its volume remains unchanged is:
 dc   y
dy
(1) 2.5% (2) 0.5% (3) 1.0% (4) 2.0% k
Ans. (3)
d
a dy
 c 0 a 
Sol. R and volume (V) = A. d 0 1 
A d  y   1
 k 

 2
R  d
V 0 a 2   1  
  n  d  y   1   
R 2 1    k  0
   1%   1 d
R   k 
16. A parallel plate capacitor is made of two square
plates of side 'a', separated by a distance d  1 
(d<<a). The lower triangular portion is filled k 0 a 2  d  d   1 
 n  k 
with a dielectric of dielectric constant K, as  
1  k d  d 
shown in the figure.  
 
Capacitance of this capacitor is :
1 k 0 a 2 k 0 a 2 k 0 a 2  1  k 0 a nk
2
(1) (2) ln K  n   
2 d d 1  k  d  k   k  1 d
k 0 a 2 k 0 a 2
(3) d K  1 ln K (4) 2d K  1
   
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17. Mobility of electrons in a semiconductor is Ans. (1)
defined as the ratio of their drift velocity to the P
applied electric field. If, for an n-type

kg
semiconductor, the density of electrons is µ = 0.6

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Sol.
1019m–3 and their mobility is 1.6 m2/(V.s) then
the resistivity of the semiconductor (since it is 3N 45º
an n-type semiconductor 100
mgsin 45   50 2
contribution of holes is ignored) is close to: 2
(1) 2m (2) 0.4m 1
mg cos   0.6  mg   0.6  50 2
(3) 4m (4) 0.2m 2
Ans. (2) P  31.28  32N
Sol. j = E = nevd
vd P
  ne µmgcos
E
 ne

1 1



 19
n e ee

1
10  1.6  10 19  1.6
 20.
73.7=3+mgsin

## Temperature difference of 120°C is maintained

between two ends of a uniform rod AB of
length 2L. Another bent rod PQ, of same cross-
= 0.4 m
18. If the angular momentum of a planet of mass 3L
section as AB and length , is connected
m, moving around the Sun in a circular orbit 2

is L, about the center of the Sun, its areal across AB (See figure). In steady state,
velocity is : temperature difference between P and Q will
be close to :
4L L L 2L
(1) (2) (3) (4)
m m 2m m L
Ans. (3) 4
A B
P L Q

dA L L
Sol.  2
dt 2m
19. A block of mass 10 kg is kept on a rough (1) 60ºC (2) 75ºC (3) 35ºC (4) 45ºC
inclined plane as shown in the figure. A force Ans. (4)
of 3 N is applied on the block. The coefficient
L
of static friction between the plane and the
R
block is 0.6. What should be the minimum value L/4 R/4 R/4 L/4
120 O
of force P, such that the block doesnot move Sol.
A R/2 P L Q R/2 B
downward ? R=—
A
P
T 120  5  120  5
kg

I
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R eq. 8R 8R

## 3N 45º 120  5 3 360

(take g = 10 ms-2) TPQ   R  45C
8R 5 8
(1) 32 N (2) 25 N (3) 23 N (4) 18 N
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21. A heavy ball of mass M is suspended from the 23. Consider a tank made of glass(reiractive index
ceiling of a car by a light string of mass m 1.5) with a thick bottom. It is filled with a liquid
(m<<M). When the car is at rest, the speed of of refractive index ,. A student finds that,
irrespective of what the incident angle i (see
transverse waves in the string is 60 ms–1. When
figure) is for a beam of light entering the liquid,
the car has acceleration a, the wave-speed the light reflected from the liquid glass interface
increases to 60.5 ms–1. The value of a, in terms is never completely polarized. For this to
of gravitational acceleration g, is closest to : happen, the minimum value of  is :
g g i
(1) (2)
5 20

g g n=1.5
(3) (4)
10 30
3 5 5 4
Ans. (1) (1) (2) (3) (4)
5 3 3 3
Mg Ans. (1)
Sol. 60 
 Sol. C < ib
here ib is "brewester angle"

60.5 

 0.5  g  a
24

M g2  a 2

2

2
1/ 2
 
60.5
60


g2  a 2
g2 sinc < sinib

1

1.5
and c is critical angle

## since tan i b   0 rel 

sin i b 
1.5
1.5

1   1   2  1.5 
2
 2  1.5 
2
 
60  g 2
60

2
2 2
2 2 2
 2  1.5  1.5  
g a g g 

60 µ2 + (1.5)2 < (µ × 1.5)2
2 g g 3
ag   
60 30 5.47 5

g
 c
5

µ c
22. A sample of radioactive material A, that has an
activity of 10 mCi(l Ci = 3.7 × l010 decays/s),
has twice the number of nuclei as another slab µ = 1.5
sample of a different radioactive maternal B 24. An infinitely long current carrying wire and a
which has an activity of 20 mCi. The correct small current carrying loop are in the plane of
choices for hall-lives of A and B would then the paper as shown. The radius of the loop is a
be respectively : and distance of its centre from the wire is d (d»a).
(1) 20 days and 5 days (2) 20 days and 10 If the loop applies a force F on the wire then :
days (3) 5 days and 10 days (4) 10
days and 40 days
Ans. (1)
Sol. Activity A = N
 a2  a
For A 10 = (2N0) A (1) F   3 (2) F   
For B 20 = N0 B d  d
2
 B  4  A   T1 / 2 A  4  T1 / 2 B a
(3) F    (4) F = 0
d
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Ans. (3) 26. A particle is moving with a velocity

d  
v  K yiˆ  xjˆ , where K is a constant. The
Sol. general equation for its path is:
 long wire (1) xy = constant (2) y2 = x2 + constant
Eqvilent dipole of given loop (3) y = x2 + constant (4) y2 = x + constant
dB Ans. (2)
Fm
dr dx dy
Sol.  ky,  kx
dt dt
dB d  0 I  dy
Now 
dx dx  2x  dy dt x
 
Now, dx dx y
1 dt

x2  ydy = xdx
Integrating both side
M
 So F 
x2
 M  NIA y2 = x2 + c
27. A convex lens is put 10 cm from a light source

25.
F 
a2
d2

Surface of certain metal is first illuminated with
light of wavelength 1 =350 nm and then, by
and it makes a sharp image on a screen, kept
10 cm from the lens. Now a glass block
(refractive index 1.5) of 1.5 cm thickness is
placed in contact with the light source. To get
the sharp image again, the screen is shifted by
light of wavelength 2=54D nm. It is found that a distance d. Then d is :
the maximum speed of the photo electrons in (1) 0.55 cm away from the lens
the two cases differ by a factor of 2. The work (2) 1.1 cm away from the lens

function of the metal (in eV) is close to : (3) 0.55 cm towards the lens
1240 (4) 0
(Energjr of photon = (in nm) eV )
Ans. (1)
(1) 1.8 (2) 1.4 (3) 2.5 (4) 5.6
Ans. (1)
hc 1 S

2
Sol.    m  2v  Sol.
1 2 Screen
hc 1 10cm 10cm
   mv 2
2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1
      f  5cm
hc v u f 10 10 f

1 hc  hc  1
  4   4 Shift due to slab = t  1   in the direction of
hc 1 2  

2 incident ray
4hc hc  2
   3  1.5 1    0.5
 2 1  3
1  4 1  1 1 1
   hc    again,  
3   2 1  v 9.5 5
1 1 2 9
1  4  350  540     
  1240   u 5 19 95
3  350  540 
95
= 1.8 eV v  10.55cm
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28. For a uniformly charged ring of radius R, the Ans. (1)
electric field on its axis has the largest
1
magnitude at a distance h from its centre. Then Sol. k i  mv 02
2
value of h is :
From linear momentum conservation
R R mv0 = (2m + M) vf
(1) (2) R (3) (4) R 2
5 2 mv 0
 vf 
Ans. (3) 2m  M
Sol. Electric field on axis of ring ki
6
kf
kQh
E 1
3/2
mv 20
h 2
 R2   2 6
2
1  mv 0 
for maximum electric field  2m  M   
2  2m  M 
dE 2m  M
0  6
dh m
R M

29.
h
2
Three blocks A, B and C are lying on a smooth
horizontal surface, as shown in the figure. A and
B have equal masses, m while C has mass M.
  4
m
30. Drift speed of electrons, when 1.5 A of current
flows in a copper wire of cross section 5 mm2,
is v. If the electron density in copper is 9 ×1028
/m 3 the value of v in mm/s is close to (Take
Block A is given an brutal speed v towards B charge of electron to be =1.6 × 10–19C)
due to which it collides with B perfectly (1) 0.2 (2) 3
inelastically. The combined mass collides with

(3) 2 (4) 0.02
5
C, also perfectly inelastically th of the initial Ans. (4)
6
kinetic energy is lost in whole process. What Sol. I = neAvd
is value of M/m ? I 1.5
 vd  
A B C neA 9  10  1.6  10 19  5  10 6
28

m m m
= 0.02 m/s

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