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ANSWERS, HINTS & SOLUTIONS
FULL TEST – X
PAPER-1

Q. No. PHYSICS Q. No. CHEMISTRY Q. No. MATHEMATICS

1. A, B, C, D 19. A, B, C, D 37. A, B, C
ALL INDIA TEST SERIES

2. B, C, D 20. C, D 38. A, C

3. A, B 21. A, B, C 39. C, D

4. B, C 22. B 40. A, B

5. A, C, D 23. A, B 41. D

6. A, B 24. B 42. B, D

7. A, B, C 25. B, C 43. A, B, C, D

8. C 26. B 44. C

9. B 27. C 45. D

10. C 28. D 46. D

11. D 29. C 47. A

12. B 30. D 48. C

13. C 31. B 49. D

14. 9 32. 9 50. 4

15. 4 33. 7 51. 7

16. 3 34. 3 52. 1

17. 5 35. 6 53. 3

18. 5 36. 7 54. 9

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Physics PART – I

SECTION – A

reduced mass 2m
1. Time period of oscillation T = 2  2
k 3k
T  m  2m  2m
Required time t   
4 2 3mk 2 3k
2mv 0 2v 0
Vcm  
3m 3
v0
Initially at mean position the block of mass 2m is moving with velocity towards right w.r.t
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v 0 2v 0 v
centre of mass. Hence its minimum speed is   0
3 3 3

In centre of mass frame for block of mass 2m,


1 v2 1
 2m 0   3k  A 2
2 9 2
2mv 20
 A
27k

2. Let M  Ga bBC
a b c
 M  M1L3 T 2  ML1T 1  ML1T 2 
1 5
 a  , b  4, c  
2 2
a b c
Further Let L  G  B
a b c
 M1L3 T 2  ML1T 1  ML1T 2 
1 3
 a  , b  2, c  
2 2

3. p12  p 22  2p1p2 cos 60   p 2 (where p = mv)


2 2 2
 p  p  p1p2  p
1 2 …(i)
p1  2 2
   p1  2p2 …(ii)
p 2 1 1
From equation (I) & (II)
p mv 2p 2mv
p2   and p1  
7 7 7 7

p1 6v p2 3v
v1   and v 2  
m/3 7 2m / 3 2 7
Increase in kinetic energy of the system due to explosion

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2 2
1 m  6v  1  2m   3v  1 2 13
=        mv  mv 2
2 3 7 2  3  2 7  2 28

4. Magnetic flux in a circular loop of radius r


r r
Kt
  B  2r  dr   2rdr  2Ktr
0 0
r
  d 
 E.dr  dt
 E  2r   2Kr
 E=–K
qE Kqt
Velocity of the bead V = at = t
m m
Further
mv 2
qvB  N 
R
K 2 q2 t 2 m K 2 q2 t 2
 N 
mR R m2
 N=0

v  vw source Receiver
5. fw  f
v vw = 1 m/s
S R
v v  v  vw 
f1  fw   f
v  vw v  vw  v 
v  vw
f1  f
v  vw
vw
1
v v  vw v 
1   
f1  v  v w  vw
1
v
 2v 
 1  w  
 v 
1   2v w 200
% change in wavelength =  100   100   0.6%
 v 1000 / 3
v  vw  2v 
Frequency of the echo heard by the observer = f1  f   1  w   1000
v  vw  v 
 2 
 1    1000  994 Hz
 1000 / 3 
Beat frequency detected by the receiver = f  f1  6Hz

6. From conservation of momentum


 
p  pd  0
 
 pd  p  pd = p = 2m k 
pd 2m k  2  4  1.66  10 27  5.77  1.6  10 13
vd     3.4  105 m/s
md md 202  1.66  1027

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mp 206
Energy released  k   5.77  5.88 MeV
md 202

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7. When the switch S was open, charge on the capacitors, q1  Ceq v   3  4 C . When the
3
switch S is closed then in steady state charge on capacitor of capacitance 2F will be zero and
charge on 4 F capacitor q2  4  3  12 C . After the switch S was closed.
Energy supplied by the battery = q  3  8  24 J
1 14
Change in energy stored in capacitors = 49   9  12 J
2 23
Hence, Heat produced = 24 – 12 = 12 J

8-10. (I) (P1) = 0, (P1) = 0, I(P1) = Im


d / 2 d2 10 6 106 2
(P2 )  d     
D 2D 2  1.5 3 3
2 2 4 2  I
(P2 )   , I(P2 )  Im cos2  m
 3 3 3 4
 Correct choice for Q. 10 is C

d d d2  2  
(II) (P1 )    , (p1 )   
D 8 8D 6  6 3
 3I
I(P1 )  Im cos2  m
6 4
d d d 2   3 
(P2 )  d     
2d D 8 3 6 6 2
I(P2) = 0
 Correct choice for Q.9. is B
5 2  5 5 
(III) (P1 )  (  1)t  , (P1 )  
12  12 6
5
I(P1 )  Im cos2
12
d 2 5 3 
(P2 )  d  (  1)t    
2D 3 12 12 4
2    I
(p2 )    , I(P2 )  Im cos2  m
 4 2 4 2
5d 5 2   5  7 
(IV) (P1 )  d  (  1)t     
8D 4 3 3 6 3 6
2  7 7  7  I
(P1 )   , I(P1 )  Im cos2  m
 6 3 6 4
5d d
(P2 )  d d  (  1)t
8D 2D
5 2  11
   
6 3 3 6
2 11 11 11 Im
(P2 )   , I(P2 )  Im cos 2 
 6 3 6 4

11. U =  pdv is valid when process is adiabatic P  T 7 / 2 implies process is adiabatic

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12. p  V 3 / 2  pV 3 / 2 = constant
R 3R R
C  CV    2R  
3 2 2
1
2
1
p  V 3 / 2  T 
V
Since gas is compressed, its temperature increases
Q = nCT < 0

13. U = Q  pV is valid for isobaric process


1 V
U  T  V or  constant
 T
So, process is isobaric
SECTION – C

14. i1  i2  i x+4 x+3 3i x + 2 2i x + 1 i x


4i  i1  0 i2 A
i1 4i i2 i1 i1 i1 i2 i1
 5i1  4i2 i2

5x  x  1
  4 0 Volt
1 1 4V 3V B
2V 1V
4
 x v
9
22
VA  VB  x  2  V
9

2
dU 1 dc 1 d  0R2  0k      R  k  1 0R2 V 2
15.    V2   V2    
d 2 d 2 d  2d 2d  4d
 n=4

T
16. T  mB g  mB 2b B mB 2b
2
T  mA  a  mA g
mBg
 mB 2b  mB g  mA 2a  mA g
g  m A  mB  10 mA a
2

   rad / s T
mBb  mA a  3
mAg

17.  Fx  0 v1

 mv1  mv 2  0
At hinged point
L v2
v1    v 2 
2
From conservation of mechanical energy m
1 1 1 mL2 2
mgL  mv 12  mv 22  
2 2 2 12

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Solving v1  gL  5m / s
5

dNA
18.    NA  NA  N0 et
dt
dNB
 NA  2 NB
dt
dNB
   N0 et  2NB …(1)
dt
Solving equation (1)

NB  N0 e t  e 2 t 
dNB
NB will be maximum, when 0
dt
1
 e t 
2
 1 1
NB max  N0     5  1020
2 4

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Chemistry PART – II

SECTION – A
+
19. N2 Cl

H2N Me   Ph N N NH Me

H2 SO 4

Ph NH N N Me
Ph  OH  H2N Me

H2SO 4

Ph  NH2  HO Me

20. Cu+2  Green colour


Co+3  Deep blue.

21. Fact

22. ClF3  Planar distorted – T- shape and polar


XeF5  Pentagonal planar and non-polar
PCl5  Non-planar and non-polar
BrF5  Non-planar and polar

23. In brown ring test [Fe(H2O)5NO]+2 complex is formed. Which is of brown colour.
While Na2[Fe(CN)5NO].2H2O is known as sodium nitroprusside where the oxidation number of
iron is +1.

24. CuSO4 reacts with KI to give white ppt. of Cu2I2 but CuSO4 does not react with KCl to give CuCl2.

25. Monomer of orlon is acrylonitrile


 CH2  CHCN
Aspartane is the methyl ester of dipeptide of L-aspartic and L-phenylalanine.
H 2N CH CO NH CH COOCH 3
HOOC CH 2
CH 2C 6H 5

26. Fact

27. Fact

28. Fact

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29. Fact

30. Fact

31. Fact
SECTION – C
32. NiS and CoS  black in colour.
A=2
B=4
C=0
D=3

33. A  CO2
B  NH3
C  H2
D  CH3 – CH3
E  H2
(y + z + w + v) – x  (17 + 2 + 30 + 2) – 44
=7

34. (i) P P

P P P P

P P
(ii) O O
O
HO P P OH
H H
(iii) O O
O
HO P P OH
HO OH
(iv) O O
P
O O
O
O P P
O
O
O
(v) O
O
P
O
O
P
O
O
(vi) O
P
O O
O
O P P O
O
O O
P

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(vii) P
S S
S
P P
P
(viii) P
O O
O
P OP
O P O
(ix) P

P
P

35. (ii), (iii), (v), (vii), (viii), (ix) are correct statements.

36. Me Me Me Me Me CH2 CH2

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Mathematics PART – III

SECTION – A

37. (A) Put 2 cot x = t


(B) Put 2 cosec x = t
(C) Put t2 = u in B
(D) Put cot x + cosec x = et

38. tn = (n + 1)1/3 – (n)1/3


Sn = 3 2197  1  12

sin25º sin 40º


39. cot 65º + 2 tan 40º =   tan 40º
cos 25º cos 40º
sin65º sin 40º 1  sin 40º 1  cos 50º
=  =   cot 25º
cos 25º  cos 40º cos 40º cos 40º sin50º
and 3 sin80º 2sin50º = 2 sin 60º·sin 80º – 2 sin 50º
= cos 20º – cos 40º = sin 10º

40.  f is positive, strictly increasing and concave up


 lim f  x   
x 

f x
f  x  f   x  f   x  f   x   f   x  f   x 
lim  lim = lim (Applying L’ Hospital rule)
x  xf   x  x  x x 
 f   x  
2

 f   x  f   x   2
= lim  1  2 

x  
  f  x   3


xf   x  f   x   xf   x   xf   x   5
lim = lim = lim  1    (Applying L’ Hospital rule)
x  f  x  x  f x x   f   x   2

f  x  f   x  f  x xf   x  3
lim = lim  lim 
2 x  xf   x  x  f   x  5
x 
 f  x 
41. OQ2 = OP2 + PQ2
 t12  4t12  5

Q t12 , 2t1 
 t1 = 1 ( t1 > 0) P(2 cos , 2 sin )
 Q  (1, 2)
PQ = 1  cos  + 2 sin  = 2 O
4 3
 cos   , sin  
5 5
8 6
 p ,  
R t 22 , 2t 2 
5 5
Now R lies on tangent 4x + 3y = 10
5
 t 2   ( t2 < 0)
2
 25   5 3
 R   ,  5  and S    ,  
 4   2 2

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 
42. d  a   a b c  cos y
  
 
 d  b  c  a b c  cos y
  
 cos y  

d b  c 
a b c 
     
Also sin x  

d a  b
and

d  a  c 
 2
a b c  a b c 
 sin x + cos y + 2 = 0
 sin x = –1, cos y = –1
52
Minimum of x 2  y 2 
4

43. Solving given equations, we get a(x3 – 6x2 + 12x – 8) = x3 – 12x + 16


 a(x – 2)3 = (x – 2)2(x + 4)
 x = 2 is a repeated root and hence the two curves touches each other at x = 2  a  R

44.-46. (I) A = AT
a b 
 A  where a, b, c  {0, 1,  2}
b c 
 Number of such matrices in A = 5  5  5 = 125
Now |A| = 0,  b2 = ac
b = 0, 9 matrices
b = 1, 4 matrices
b = 2, 4 matrices
—————————
Total 17 matrices
|A|  0, 125 – 17 = 108 matrices
Tr(A) = 0  a + c = 0  c = –a, total 5  5 = 25 matrices
 For Tr(A)  0  100 matrices
(II) A = –AT
0 a
 A  a  {0, 1,  2}
 a 0 
 5 matrices
|A| = 0  a2 = 0, a = 0  1 matrix
Here Tr(A) = 0
a b  2
(III) Let A    A =I
c d 
 a2 + bc = d2 + bc = 1
 b(a + d) = c(a + d) = 0
Tr(A) = 0  a + d = 0, bc = 1 – a2
a = 0, 2 matrices
a = 1, 18 matrices
a = 2, not possible  20 matrices
Tr(A) = a + d  0  b = c = 0 and a = d = 1
 2 matrices
If A2 = I, then |A| = 1  0
(IV) AAT = I
 A is orthogonal matrix
 Rows of A are mutually perpendicular unit vector

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 1 0  0 1
 A  or  
0 1  1 0 
Tr(A) = 0  6 matrices
Tr(A)  0  2 matrices. Here |A|  0
x  a  1 x  a
 2
 x  a  1  b a  x  0
47.-49. g  f  x     2
x  b 0  x 1
 2
 x  2   b x 1
Now for a = 1, b = 0 g(f(x)) is continuous for all x  R
and for a = 1, b = 0 g(f(x)) is non-differentiable at x = 1
SECTION – C
50. Let Ar = (2t, t2)
t2  1  
 Slope of BA r   tan   r 
2t 2 
2t
 tan  r    tan 2 (Let)
1 t2
 r 2  r 
  r 
2 4n
 
where tan  = t and BA r  t 2  1  4t 2  t 2  1  sec 2   sec 2  
 4n 
1
1 n  x  4
 lim
n  n
 BA r   sec 2  4  dx  
r 1 0
51. For f({1, 2, 3}) and f(f{1, 2, 3}) to be disjoint, we must have f(1), f(2), f(3)  {1, 2, 3}
If f(1) = f(2) = f(3) = 4 or 5, then one of f(4) and f(5) will have 4 and other have 5 choice. Number
of possible function = 2  4  5 = 40
If two of f(1) and f(2) and f(3) are equal and rest is different then f(4), f(5)  {1, 2, 3}
 Total number of possible function = 3  2  3  3 = 54
 N = 94
52. The given equation is (x2018 + 1)(1 + x + ..... + x 2016) = 4034.x2017
 1 
 x 
 
  x  2017  1  x  .....  x 2016  4034

 1  1  1 
  x     x 2  2   .....   x 2017  2017   2.2017
 x   x   x 
Here, x > 0 therefore L.H.S  2  2017 and for equality each term of L.H.S must be equal to 2
x=1
53. Given equation can be written as 2x 2y(x2 dy + 2xy dx) + y2 dy – x2 dx = 0
 2x2yd(x2y) + y2 dy – x2 dx = 0
Integrating, we get 3(x 2y)2 + y3 – x3 = c
54. Equation of OI is, 2x + y = 4 A
Vertex is point of intersection of 2x + y = 4 and 5x + 2y = 4
 A = (–4, 12), AO  5 5 , AI  6 5 E D
F
AG = AI cos 30º = 3 15 O(1, 2)
G
AE  AB
 AG  I(2, 0)
2 B C
 AE = 2AG – AB = 15
 Area of quadrilateral BCDE = area of ABC – area of ADE
3
=
4
 
AB2  AE2 = 90 3

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