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FULL TEST – XI
PAPER-1

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

1. ABC 19. AC 37. ABD


ALL INDIA TEST SERIES

2. D 20. AB 38. BC

3. ABCD 21. BCD 39. BCD

4. A 22. ACD 40. AB

5. ABC 23. AC 41. D

6. AC 24. BCD 42. BC

7. AD 25. ACD 43. B

8. C 26. B 44. D

9. A 27. B 45. A

10. D 28. C 46. B

11. B 29. B 47. C

12. A 30. C 48. D

13. C 31. D 49. D

14. 3 32. 2 50. 5

15. 9 33. 5 51. 2

16. 4 34. 4 52. 3

17. 5 35. 4 53. 8

18. 2 36. 6 54. 7

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Physics PART – I

SECTION – A

1. ABC
kx
u
( x 2  y 2 )3/ 2
 u 
Fx    
 x ( y CON .)
 u 
Fy    
 y ( x CON .)
After solving find at and ar etc

2. D L=2H 6F
LdiL iL iC
Use iL  iC  iR ; vL  etc.
dt
dq  dV   dC 
q  CV  C  V   iR
dt dt 4
   dt 

3. ABCD
0
i1  sin(t  53o )  4 sin(t  53o )
2 2
(R  Xc )
0
i2  sin(t  37o )  4 sin(t  37o )
2 2
(R  X L )

Voltmeter & ammeter reads rms value

4. A
   
EP  E A  EB  Edipole
Q
 Q 2 2 1/2 17 Q B P(a;a;0)
Finally | EP | 2
(4  1 ) 
4 0 a 2 2 4 0 a 2
a

dipole A
O Q
a

5. ABC
A  A0 e t1 (i )
t 2
2 A / 3  A0 e (ii )
(t2  t1 )
Tmean  1 /  
ne (3 / 2)
ne 2
T1/2 

probability of survival of a nucleus = e 1

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6. AC
stress T /S TL
Y  
strain L / L S L
L
T  SY
L
1 T
1 
2L 
1  200 Hz
Hence, the fourth harmonic (or 3rd overtone) has a frequency of 800 Hz.

7. AD
4
8 / y  tan 53o 
3
v  2 g (n)  1ms 1 to get 't'
3t
8/100 = -5t 2  t  (1 / 5)sec
5
11 4
So x   100  16 cm
5 5
16  6  10 cm
4
FH  mv cos 37o  Av 2   0.12 Newton
5

8. C
9. A
10. D

Sol. (for 8-10). After calculating total time of flight (O 


 C)
V0 cos 
T0 
q sin 

2V0 sin 
to A  ; Rebound velocity at A 
 (eV0 sinβ)
q cos 

X


Calculate t AB & t BC
 13 
Using To = tOA  t AB  t BC we get   cot 1  tan  
 4 
V (cot ) (cot )
K 0  (V0  10ms 1 )
(q sin  ) (sin  )
11. B
12. A
13. C
Sol. (for 11-13). use Ist law of thermodynamics and apply for different given process.

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SECTION – C
14. 3
The liquid surface after displacing from eq. position
New position

x0
F
( x2 ; y2 ) x0

( x1 ; y1 )

Old position of COM


Write down equation of centre of mass
x2
( y2  y1 )  ( y  y1 )  0
6h
Lx0
( x2  x1 )  ( x  x1 ) 
3h
Hence
3h
y  y1  2 ( x  x1 )2
2L
3 mgh  2 X
Restoring force Ma = 
2 L2
3gh  X
a
L2
3gh
Finally 2  2
L
15. 9 Y
 d 2   dr   d     dr 
m r 2  2       eB  dt 
 dt  dt   dt    
b
d  eB 
 ( r 2 )  rr Path of e 
dt m x
O
a
d 2  eB  d 2  B
(r )   r 
dt 2m  dt 

 eB  2  d 
 r2     (r  a 2 )   0 for r = a 
 2m   dt 
 eB
& 
2m
1  a 2 / b2
2eV  e 2 B 2  2
2   b (1  a 2 / b 2 )
m  4 m2 
 

Put the value & get the result.

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16. 4
Sol.
COM

COM remains on this line

17. 5
 z2 
E  3.4eV   13.6 2 
 n
 
 17eV
hc
 17 eV ______(1)
1
2 nd condition E' =E 2  E1
13.6  4  13.6  4 
  
22  1 
E '  40.8eV
hc
E '   40.8eV
2
1 /  2  2.4

18. 2
2ix0 ni vdv
F/m 
m dy
Put x  R sin ; y  R cos  v
x x
dy  ( R sin )(d ) R  y
Rearrange the variables and Int.; on both sides
v  2ms 1

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Chemistry PART – II

SECTION – A

19. AC
The volume is a  (b  c ). Take a  a  i
a a 3
Now b  (a cos ) i  (a sin ) j  i j
2 2
a a a 2
C i  j k
2 2 3 3
 a  (b  c )

a 0 0
a a 3 3 2 a3
 0  a3   
2 2 2 3 2
a a a 2
2 2 3 3

20. AB
Due to lanthanide contraction size of Zr  Hf,Nb  Ta

21. BCD
(A) Non - aromatic
(B) +

(C) +

(D)


Aromatic

22. ACD
23. AC
On decreasing pressure concentration decreases so equilibrium shift in forward direction so
degree of dissociation increases but in net concentration of all decreases
Molecular wt. of PCl5 = (1 +  ) Molecular wt. of mixture
M PCl5  (1   ).2.V .Dmix.
M PCl5
V .D mi x. 
2(1   )
  so, V .D mi x 

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24. BCD
Sol.

25. ACD
Square planar complex can show enantiomerism.
2+ 2+
C6H5 C6H5

CH H2N NH2 CH2 CH2 H2N NH2 CH

Pt Pt
CH3
CH3
NH2 NH2 C NH2
CH C NH2 CH
CH3
CH3
C6H5 C6H5

Mn

O O Tetrahaedral, d3s hybridisation


O

26. B
Sol. C2H5

C(CH3)3

Cis form

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27. B
Sol.
OH
CH3

H
H O C2 H 5
C2H5

C(CH 3) 3

H H Transform Transform

H
Gauche form stable due to intra molecular H  bonding

28. C
In acidic medium pH = 4 in aq. solution
+
NH3

H H

H H
+
NH3

Stable form

29. B
30. C
31. D
SECTION – C

32. 2

Sol.
Hg2+

I
O NH2

Hg2+

Iodide of Millen’s base.

33. 5

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Sol. O

C4H9 C NH2 5
O

H C NH C4H9 5
O

C C NH C3H7 2
O

C C C NH C2H5 1
O

C3H7 C NH CH3 2
O

H C N C3H7 2

O C

C C N C2H5 1

C
O
C C C N C 1

C
O
H C N C C 1

C C
Total = 20
X = 20
X
=5
4
34. 4
 
 H + A
HA 
C1(1 1 ) C1 1 C1  2
3.838L volume of water is added so that its conc. will change let C2. Now new [H+] = C2  2
C11
C2  2 = given
X
C  .C  C 2 C  2
Ka = 1 1 1 1  1 1  2 2
C1 (1  1 ) 1  1 1   2
1  1  1 but 1   2  1 because on dilution Degree of ionisation increase  2  1
(C 2  2 ) 2
C112 
C2 (1   2 )
2
 C11 
 X 
C112   
C11
C2 
X

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 C   C 2 2
C112   C2  1 1   1 2 1
 X  X
C
C2  12 1  X1 
X
Ka 1.6 10 4
1    4  10 2
C1 0.1
C1
C2  [1  4 X .102 ]
X2
On solving we get X = 4

35. 4
Minimum boiling azeotropes:
Acetone and Benzene
Acetone and carbon disulphide
Acetone and Ethanol
Carbon tetra chloride and Chloroform

36. 6
[Fe(H2O)5NO]2+
Oxidation state of Fe = +1  a
K 3 [CrO8 ]  3K1 + CrO83-

3-
O O
O

Cr
O

O O

Oxidation state of Cr is = + 5 = b
a b  6

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Mathematics PART – III

SECTION – A

37. ABD
If   0
n 5
C0 ( n 5 C0  n 5 C1 .  ........  n 5 Cn 5 )  2 n 5
5
5
C5 .  n 5

C0  n 5 C1  .......  n 5 Cn 5  2n 5
 1
5
C1.  n 5

C0  n 5 C1  .......  n 5 Cn 5  5.2 n 5
2
5
C2 (2 n 5 )
 A, B, D

38. BC
dx
x 1/3
2
 g ( x)  C

Put
x  t3
3 2/3
g ( x)  x  6 x1/3  12 ln | x1/3  2 |
2
15
g (1) 
2

39. BCD
1 2n
No. ways = Cn
n 1

40. AB
y  log 1 ( x  0.3)  log 3 (3 x  1) 2
3

 3x  1 
  log3    log 3 | 3 x  1 |
 3 
1
x
3
 y 1
x  2 2 Rejected
 x  2
A  (2,1) B  (1,1)
(A), (B) option satisfy

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41. D
Sol.

y  2 x  c is a tangent circle
(3, 4)

y  2 x  c is a tangent ellipse

(5, - 3)

42. BC
Points of discontinuities will be
1
x  0, x  x  1, x  2
2
1
M  cos 2t  1cos t  2
2
3
 cos 2 t  cos t 
2
2
 1 5
  cos t   
 2 4
( B), (C )

43. B
is incorrect
A  90o

44. D
45. A
46. B
Sol. (for 44-46)
(I) f '( x )  0 and Range is a subset of codomain

(II) It is not a function

(III) Decreasing function from [1,1]

(IV) f '( x )  0 .

47. C
48. D
49. D
Sol. (for 47-49)
(I) Consider P ( x)  ax 4  bx 3  cx 2  dx  e
1
P ( x ) x
lim must be of the form 1
x 0 2 x3

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1
(II) Q ( x)  x  k where k  f (t ) dt
0
3 x
x
f ( x) 
3 
 1  x (t  k ) dt
0
3
x x3
 1  kx 2
2 2
 1  kx 2
1
k
k  (1  kt 2 ) dt  1 
 3
0
3
k
2
3 2
 P( x )  1  x
2

(III)
y 1

x  axis

(0, 1)

e3 x ( x  1) ( x  e  x ) ( x  e  x )
(IV) P '( x ) 
( xe x )2
 x  1 Local maxima
x   (0,1) local minima

1

SECTION – C

50. 5
Perfect squares = x
 
1, (22 , 24 , 26.........214 ), 32 ,34 ,.......310 , (52 ,......56 )
1  7  5  3  7  5  5  3  3  7  7  3  5  192
Perfect cubes
1, (23 , 26 ,....215 ) (33 , 36 ,39 ) (5356 )
1  5  3  2  5  3  3  2  5  2  5  3  2  72
Both
1, (26 , 212 ) (36 ) (56 )

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1  2  1  1  2 1  11  2  1  2 11  12
Required
192 + 72 – 2(12) = 240
 Answer is 5
51. 2
n2  3n  6 is a perfect square
n 2  3n  6  y 2
D must be 0 or square for n to be an integer
Since
3  9  4(6  y 2 )
n
2
D  4 y  15  k 2
2

4 y 2  k 2  15
(2 y  k ) (2 y  k )  15
1 15
35
 y  4; y  2
 n 2  3n  10  0 n 2  3n  2  0
 n  5, n  2, n  1, n  2
 f ( x )  k ( x  1) ( x  2) ( x  5)  x 2
Since f (2)  0
1
k
21
5
Sum of coefficients =
7
 Answer = 2

52. 3
Sol. (, m)  (n, )
y 8

y7

m x 1 x2

n
53. 8
1
dx
0
1 x  1 x  2
Substitute x  cos 2

54. 7
7 points
6 vertices of regular hexagon and one centre of the circle

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