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TARGET : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2017

Course : VIKAAS (JA)

DPP No. : 89 (JEE-ADVANCED)


Total Marks : 47 Max. Time : 51 min.
Multiple choice objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.1 to Q.4 (4 marks 4 min.) [16, 16]
Subjective Questions ('–1' negative marking) Q.5 to Q.6 (4 marks 5 min.) [8, 10]
Comprehension ('–1' negative marking) Q.7 to Q.11 (3 marks 3 min.) [15, 15]
Match the Following (no negative marking) Q.12 (8 marks 10 min.) [08, 10]

ANSWER KEY OF DPP No. : 89


1. (A,B,C,D) 2. (A,B,D) 3. (A,B,D) 4. (B,D) 5. 20 6. 8
7. (A) 8. (B) 9. (B) 10. (B,C,D) 11. (A,B)
12. (A) – p,q,r,s,t ; (B) – q,r,s,t ; (C) – r,s,t ; (D) – p,q,r,t

1. There is a rectangular metal plate in which two cavities in the shape of rectangle and circle are made,
as shown with dimensions. P and Q are centres of these cavities. On heating the plate, which of the
following quantities increase ?
     P 
Q   

(A*) area r2)of circular cavity (B*) area (ab)of rectangular cavity
(C*) Distance (R) between centre of both cavities(D*) width (b) of rectangular cavity
(A*)  r2) (B*)  (ab)
(C*)   (R) (D*) (b)
Sol. [easy] On heating, every dimension increases.
 [easy]

2. A source emit sound waves of frequency 1000 Hz. The source moves to the right with a speed of 32
m/s relative to ground. On the right a reflecting surface moves towards left with a speed of 64 m/s
relative to ground. The speed of sound in air is 332 m/s :
 1000 Hz   32 m/s  
  64 m/s  
332 m/s 
(A*) wavelength of sound in ahead of source is 0.3 m
(B*) number of waves arriving per second which meets the reflected surface is 1320
(C) speed of reflected wave is 268 m/s
(D*) wavelength of reflected waves is nearly 0.2 m
(A*) 0.3 m 
(B*)  1320 
(C)  268 m/s 
(D*)  0.2 m 

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V Vs 332 32
Sol. '= = = 0.3 m
f 1000
(V V0 ) 332 64
f' = f = 1000 × = 1320 Hz
V Vs 332 32
V V0
'' = = 0.2 m.
f'

d2 V
3. The velocity of a particle of mass m moving along a straight changes with time 't' as = –KV where
dt 2
'K' is a positive constant which of the following statements are correct : [Made ABJ, 2009-10]
d2 V
   m    2 = –KV 
dt
'K'  
(A*) The particle will perform SHM.
2
(B*) The particle will have time period .
K
m
(C) The particle will have time period 2
K
(D*) The particle will have angular frequency K.
(A*) .
2
(B*)  
K
m
 (C)  2 
K
(D*)  K .
d2 V
Sol. Solution of equation = – KV
dt 2
is V = V0 sin ( K t + )
2 2
So, = K and T= =
K

4. A ball tied to the end of the string swings in a vertical circle under the influence of gravity.
 
(A) When the string makes an angle 90º with the vertical, the tangential acceleration is zero and radial
acceleration is somewhere between minimum and maximum
(B*) When the string makes an angle 90º with the vertical, the tangential acceleration is maximum and
radial acceleration is somewhere between maximum and minimum
(C) At no place in circular motion, tangential acceleration is equal to radial acceleration (in magnitude)
(D*) When radial acceleration has its maximum value, the tangential acceleration is zero
(A)  90º       

(B*)  90º      

(C)  
(D*)   

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5. In the figure shown a plate of mass 60gm is at rest and in equilibrium. A particle of mass m = 30gm is
4.5 mg
released from height from the plate. The particle sticks to the plate. Neglecting the duration of
k
collision find time from the collision of the particle and the plate to the moment when the spring has
maximum compression. Spring has force constant 100 N/m. Calculate value of time in the form X ms
(millisecond) and fill value of X.
4.5 mg
 60  m = 30   
k
     
  100 N/m 
X ms () X 

Ans. 20

Sol.

Velocity of the particle just before collision


4.5 mg m
u = 2g u = 3g
K K
Now it collides with the plate.
Now just after collision velocity of system of plate + particle
u m
mu = 3mV V= =g
3 K
3m mg
Now system perform’s SHM with time period T =2 and mean position as distance below the
K K
point of collision.
Let the equation of motion y = A sin ( t + )
for t = 0 y = mg/K
mg
= A sin ...(1)
K
Now for amplitude V= A2 x2
2
m K m 2 g2 mg m2 g2 2mg
g = A2 2
3 = A2 – 2
A= ...(2)
K 3m K K K K
By (1) & (2)
A T
x= to x = 0 t=
2 12
x = 0 to x = A t = T/4
T T 2 3m
total time = =
12 4 3 K
Using values, t = 20 ms.

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Sol.


4.5 mg m
u= 2g u = 3g
K K

( + ) 
u m
mu = 3mV V= =g
3 K
3m mg
 T =2         
K K

 y = A sin ( t + )
t = 0  y = mg/K
mg
= A sin ...(1)
K
 V= A2 x2
2
m K m 2 g2 mg m2 g2 2mg
g = A2 2
3 = A2 – 2
A= ...(2)
K 3m K K K K
(1)  (2) 
A T
x = to x = 0 t=
2 12
x = 0 to x = A t = T/4
T T 2 3m
 = =
12 4 3 K
 t = 20 ms.

6. A particle is projected from ground with an initial velocity 20 m/sec making an angle 60° with horizontal.
If R1 and R2 are radius of curvatures of the particle at point of projection and highest point respectively,
R
then find the value of 1 .
R2
 20 m/sec   60°    R1  R2
R1
  
R2
v0 v0cos
g
Sol.

v 20
R1 =
gcos
(v0 cos )2
R2 =
g
R1 1
= 8
R2 (cos )3
Ans. 8

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Paragraph for Question Nos. 6 to 11
 6  11 
A ball is hanging vertically by a light inextensible string of length L from fixed point O. The ball of mass
m is given a speed u at the lowest position such that it completes a vertical circle with centre at O as
shown. Let AB be a diameter of circular path of ball making an angle with vertical as shown. (g is
acceleration due to gravity)
m    L  O  
  u       O   
AB   (g )
B

A
u
m
7. Let TA and TB be tension in string when ball is at A and B respectively, then TA – TB is equal to
TA TB  A B TA – TB 
(A*) 6 mg cos (B) 6 mg
(C) 12 mg cos (D) None of these 

8. Let a A and aB be acceleration of ball when it is at A and B respectively, then | a A aB | is equal to


A B   a A  aB  | a A aB | 
(A) 2 g sin (B*) g 12cos 2 4
(C) 4 g cos (D) None of these 

9. Let KA and KB be kinetic energy of ball when it is at A and B respectively, then KA – KB is equal to
A B  KA KB KA – KB 
(A) mgL cos (B*) 2mgL cos
(C) 4mgL cos (D) None of these 

B
2
VB
2
O L gsin
VA
Sol. L
A
gsin
The difference in K.E. at positions A and B is
A B 
1 1
KA – KB = mv 2A mv B2 = mg (2L cos ) = 2mgLcos .... (1) Ans.
2 2
mv 2A mv B2
TA = + mg cos TB = – mg cos
L L
mv 2A mv B2
T A – TB = + 2 mg cos .... (2)
L
from equation (1) and (2)
(1)  (2) 
TA – TB = 6 mg cos Ans.
The component of accelerations of ball at A and B are as shown in figure.
A B   
2
v 2A v B2
| aA aB | 2
(2gsin ) = 4gsin2 16g2 cos2 = g 4 12cos2 Ans.
L L

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10. While the ball moves from B to A.
B  A 
(A) work done by all the forces on ball is zero.
(B*) Its mechnaical energy is conserved.
(C*) Its total energy is conserved.
(D*) Work done by Tension on the ball is zero
(A)  
(B*) 
(C*)  
(D*)   

11. If u = 6gL and = 60°


TA 11 k 5 T 11 kA 10
(A*) (B*) A (C) A (D)
TB 5 kB 3 TB 10 kB 3
Sol. using mechanical energy conservation from initial point to point A.
1 1
mv 2 mv 2A mg(L L cos )
2 2
1 1 1
m 6g = mvA2 + mgL (1 – )
2 2 2
1 2 1 1
mvA = m 6g – m g
2 2 2
1
= m g (5)
2
Using mechanical conservation from initial point to point B
1 1
mv 2 mvB2 mg(L L cos )
2 2

1 1 3
m(6gL) mv B2 mgL
2 2 2
1 3
mv B2 mgL
2 2
mv 2A
TA = mgcos
L
5mg mg 1 11
= + = 5 mg = mg
2 2 2
mvB2
TB = mgcos
L
3mg mg 5
= mg
L 2 2

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12. Match the column : 
Column–I Column–II

(A) (p) Amplitude of SHM depends on mass m1 .

m1,m2 are the blocks attached tightly to each


other and held by a spring. Initially system is
at rest and spring is natural length. When it
is released then

(B) (q) Amplitude of SHM depends on mass m2 .

Initially m1 is in equilibrium. When a block


of mass m2 placed gently on block of mass
m1. Assume m2 remains on m1 then

(C) (r) Time period of SHM depends on mass m1.

m1,m2 are the blocks attached tightly to each


other and held by a spring. Initially the system
is in equilibrium now the system is displaced
vertically by a small displacement then

(D) (s) Time period of SHM depends on mass m2 .

Initially a block of mass (m1 + m2) is attached


to a spring and in equilbrium. Now, it breaks
in two parts of m1 and m2 in an explosion.
Mass m2 moves vertically downward with
some initially velocity then

(t) Amplitude of SHM depends upon value of gravity.

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–I –II

(A) (p)    m1  

        
m1 m2  
 
 
 
 

(B) (q)  m2 

m1 m2 
 m1
 m2  m1 
 

(C) (r)  m1 

m1 m2  


 
 
 
 

(D) (s)       m2  


(m1 + m2) 
 
 m1 m2 m2 
 
 (t)   

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

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Course : VIKAAS (JA)

This DPP is to be discussed in the week (04-01-2016 to 09-01-2016)

4. DPP syllabus :
DPP No. : 90 (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. : 90


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

1. A point source is emitting sound in all directions. The ratio of distance of two points from the point
source where the difference in loudness levels is 3 dB is: (log10 2 = 0.3)[M.Bank_Sound_3.5]
         
 3 dB : (log10 2 = 0.3)
1 1 1 2
(A) (B*) (C) (D)
2 2 4 3
K / r2
Sol. (B) dB = 10 log = 10 log = 10 [log (K1) – 2 log r]
0 0
dB1 = 10 (log K´ – 2 log r1)
dB2 = 10 (log K´ – 2 log r2)
2
r2 r2 r1 1
3 = dB1 – dB2 = 20 log (0.3) = log =
r1 r1 r2 2

2. If the frequency of a wave is increased by 25 %, then the change in its wavelength will be:
(medium not changed)
  25 %         (  
)
(A) 20 % increase (B*) 20 % decrease (C) 25 % increase (D) 25 % decrease
 (A) 20 %  (B*) 20 %  (C) 25 %  (D) 25 % 
Sol. Since, the medium has not changed, speed of wave remains same.
v = f = constant
f1 1 = f 2 2
f1 1
= (1.25f1) 2
( frequency increased by 25%)
1
2
= 2
decreases.
1.25
1 2
% change in wavelength = × 100
1

1
1
= 1.25 × 100 = 0.25 × 100 = 100 = 20%
1 1.25 5

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3. A particle performs S.H.M. of amplitude A along a straight line. When it is at a distance A from
2
1
mean position, its kinetic energy gets increased by an amount m 2
A2 due to an impulsive force.
2
Then its new amplitude becomes:
3
  A  A 
2
1
  m 2
A2   
2

5 3
(A) A (B) A (C*) 2 A (D) 5 A
2 2
Sol. Due to impulse, the total energy of the particle becomes :

1 1
m 2A2 + m 2A2 = m 2A2
2 2
Let ; A' be the new amplitude.
A' 
1
m 2 (A')2 = m 2A2
2
A' = 2 A. Ans. 

4. A particle of mass 10 gm is placed in a potential field given by V = (50 x2 + 100) J/kg. The frequency of
oscillation in cycle/sec is :
10        V = (50 x2 + 100)        
 :
10 5 100 50
(A) (B*) (C) (D)
Sol. Potential energy U = mV
U = (50x2 + 100) 10–2
dU
F= = – (100x) 10–2
dx
m 2x = – (100 × 10–2 ) x

10 × 10–3 2
x = 100 × 10–2 x

2
= 100,
= 10
10 5
f= = =
2 2

5. A particle performs S.H.M. of amplitude A along a straight line. At two positions of the particle, the ratio
of speeds is 1/2 and that of potential energy is 1/2 also. Then one position of them (distance from mean
position) nearest to the extreme is :
      1/2 
  1/2        

A 3 6 3
(A) (B) A (C*) A (D) A
3 7 7 2

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6. Which of the following is correct about a SHM, along a straight line?
  
(A) Ratio of acceleration to velocity is constant.
(B) Ratio of acceleration to potential energy is constant.
(C*) Ratio of acceleration to displacement from the mean position is constant.
(D) Ratio of acceleration to kinetic energy is constant.
(A) 
(B) 
(C*) 
(D) 
1
Sol. V=± A2 x 2 , PE = kx2
2
1 1
a=– 2
x, KE = m 2
(A2 – x2) = k (A2 – x2)
2 2
2
x
Ratio of acceleration to displacement = = – 2. (constant)
x

7. A particle of mass m is performing SHM along line PQ with amplitude 2a with mean position at O. At t =
0 particle is at point R(OR = a) and is moving towards Q with speed v = a 3 m/sec. The equation can
be expressed by :
m PQ  2a O t =
0  R(OR = a)   Q  v = a 3 m/sec.     


(A*) x = a ( 3 sin t cos t ) (B) x = 2a( 3 sin t cos t )


(C) x = 2a( sin t 3 cos t ) (D) x = a( sin t 3 cos t )
2 2
Sol. v= (2a) x

3a = 4a2 a2
=1
x = 2a sin( t + )
At t = 0, X = a
t = 0 , X = a
= x = 2a sin(t + )
6 6

= 2a[sin t cos + cos t × sin ]


6 6
= a[ 3 sin t + cos t].

8. At t = 0, a particle of mass m starts moving from rest due to a force. F F0 sin( t)iˆ
t = 0 m  F F sin( t)iˆ 
0
(A) Particle performs SHM about its initial position of rest.
(B) Particle performs SHM with initial position as an extreme position with angular frequency .
(C*) At any instant, distance moved by the particle equals its displacement from the initial position.
(D) Initially velocity of particle increases with time but after time t = 2 / it becomes constant.
(A) 
(B)  
(C*)  
(D)  t = 2 /  

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dv
Sol. m =F
dt
dv
m. = F0 sin t
dt
v t
m. dv = F0 sin t dt
0 0
F0
mv = (1 – cos t)

v > 0, distance covered and displacement are same. 

10
9. A particle A of mass kg is moving in the positive direction of x. Its initial position is x = 0 & initial
7
velocity is 1 m/s. The velocity at x = 10 is: (use the graph given)
10
kg  A  x-   x = 0  1m/s 
7
x = 10   : ()
Power (in watts)
  ()
4

x
10 (in m)

(A*) 4 m/s (B) 2 m/s (C) 3 2 m/s (D) 100/3 m/s


v v
dv mv 3 10
Sol. (A) Area under P–x graph = pdx = m v dx = mv 2 dV = = (v3 – 1)
dt 3 7 3
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1
from graph ; area = (2 + 4) × 10 = 30 
2
v v
dv mv 3 10
(A) P–x  = p dx = mv dx = mv 2 dV = = (v3 – 1)
dt 3 7 3
1 1
1
 ; = (2 + 4) × 10 = 30
2
10
(v – 1) = 30
3
7 3
v = 4 m/s
ALITER : 
from graph P = 0.2 x + 2
dv
or  mv v = 0.2 x + 2
dx
or  mv2 dv = (0.2 x + 2) dx
v 10
Now integrate both sides,   mv 2dv = (0.2 x 2) dx v = 4 m/s.
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10. A body of mass m released from a height h on a smooth fixed inclined plane that is shown in the figure.
The following can be true about the velocity of the block.
 h   
   

(A) v is highest when it just touches the spring


v   
(B*) v is highest when it compresses the spring by some amount
v  
(C) v is highest when the spring comes back to natural position
v   
(D) none of these 
Sol. Velocity is maximum when acceleration is zero. It means net force is zero. Net force is zero after some
compression.

11. A particle is moving in a conservative force field from point A to point B. UA and UB are the potential
energies of the particle at points A and B and WC is the work done by conservative force in process of
taking the particle from A to B :
A   B   UA  UB A  B 
WC, A  B :
(A) WC = UB – UA (B*) WC = UA – UB (C) UB UA (D) UB > UA
Sol. Wcon = – U.

12. The potential energy of a particle varies with x according to the relation U(x) = x2 4 x. The point x = 2
is a point of :
x U(x) = x2 4 x x = 2 
(A*) stable equilibrium (B) unstable equilibrium
(C) neutral equilibrium (D) none of above
(A*)  (B) 
(C)  (D) 
Sol. U(x) = x2 – 4x
F=0
dU(x)
=0
dx
2x – 4 = 0 x=2
2
dU
= 2 > 0 i.e. U is minimum hence x = 2 is a point of stable equilibrium.
dx2

13. The force acting on a body moving along x axis varies with the position of the particle as shown in the
fig. The body is in stable equilibrium at  Bank new_WPE_34
x       


(A) x = x1 (B*) x = x2 (C) both x1 and x2 (D) neither x1 nor x2


(A) x = x1 (B*) x = x2 (C) x1  x2   (D) x1  x2  
Sol. Body will be in equilibrium at both x1 & x2 as at these points force will be zero.
At x2 on increasing x force becomes -ve & on decreasing x force becomes + ve. so force &
displacement have opposite signs. so it a pt. of stable eq.
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14. A waterjet of radius R is shown in the figure. The force between the parts1 and part 2 at the section
ABCD due to the surface tension is : (Assume that, T is surface tension)
R  (waterjet) –1  –2 ABCD 
(T  )

(A*) 2 RT (B) R2T (C) 2 RT+ R2T (D) zero ( )


Sol. F = T × 2 r.

15. The correct shape of a water drop enclosed between two glass plates in gravity free space will be -
 

(A) (B) (C*) (D)

(A) (B) (C*) (D)

Sol. Angle of contact is less then 90º


90º 

16. Consider a U–shaped frame with a sliding wire of length and mass 'm' on its arm. It is dipped in a
soap solution, takenout and placed in vertical position as shown in figure. Choose minimum value of m
so that wire does not descend : (Surface tension of soap solution is S)
  'm'      (  )  U–    
    
  'm'    ( S )

2S S S S
(A) (B) (C) (D*)
g g 2g 4g
Sol. For wire to be in equilibrium,
2S
mg = 2S m=
g
2S
For mass less than it will move upward
g
2S
, 
g
S
So amongst the options is the minimum mass.
4g
S
 
4g

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17. A spherical drop of water has 1mm radius. If the surface tension of the water is 50 × 10–3 N/m, then the
difference of pressure between inside and outside the spherical drop is :
1 mm  50 × 10–3  /

(A) 25 N/m2 (B) 10000 N/m2 (C*) 100 N/m2 (D) 50 N/m2
2T 2 50 10 3
Sol. Pexcess = = = 100 N/m2
R (10 3 )

18. A soap bubble of water has 1mm radius. If the surface tension of the soap is 50 × 10–3 N/m, then the
difference of pressure between inside and outside the spherical bubble is : M.Bank ST1.22
    1mm  50 × 10–3 N/m  
   
(A) 25 N/m2 (B) 100 N/m2 (C*) 200 N/m2 (D) 50 N/m2
4T
Sol. Pexcess =
R

19. If a capillary tube is dipped in water in a state of weightlessness, the water will
(A) not rise (B) rise
(C) rise to such a height that the excess of pressure balances the weight of water
(D*) rise to the full length to the tube irrespective of its length
 
(A)  (B) 
(C) 
(D*) 

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20. A rectangular blade of negligible weight floats on a water surface of surface tension × 10–1 N/m. Its
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internal and external perimeter is 6a and 8a respectively then minimum force to lift up blade from water
surface is x × 10–2 newton then x is (Take a = 10 cm)
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 × 10–1 N/m  
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  6a  8a        x × 10–2 
 x (a = 10 cm)

(A*) 2 (B) 4 (C) 3 (D) None of these


Sol. Total perimeter  = 14 a
Force needed to lift blade–up

= Surface tension × Perimeter
=  × 
= T × 14a
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= × 10–1 × 14 × 10 × 10–2 = 2 × 10–2
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