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FULL TEST – XI
PAPER-2

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

1. 24. 47.
ALL INDIA TEST SERIES

B A B
2. A 25. B 48. A
3. D 26. A 49. B
4. A,B 27. B,C 50. B
5. B,C 28. B,C 51. C, D
6. B,C 29. A,C,D 52. A,D
7. C,D 30. B,D 53. A,C,D
8. A,C 31. A,D 54. A,B,D
9. C 32. D 55. A
10. C 33. B 56. B
11. 4 34. 4 57. 2
12. 2 35. 3 58. 1
13. 2 36. 5 59. 2
14. 5 37. 2 60. 1
15. 2 38. 3 61. 8
16. 1 39. 1 62. 9
17. 2 40. 6 63. 1
18. 4 41. 7 64. 5
19. 5 42. 6 65. 0
20. 4 43. 5 66. 4
21. 00000.15 44. 00100.00 67. 00002.63
22. 00126.00 45. 00000.66 68. 00000.50
23. 00001.32 46. 00009.87 69. 00121.17

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Physics PART – I
SECTION – A
1. B
Sol. F.B.D. of small part of ring.
V02
dq (lRdq) —
R

dq
T T
V0

 d  2 T
2T sin    d v 0 vwave 
 2  

 v 02
 d v 02  T d T  v 02   v0

2 2 R
Time take by hoop in one complete revolution  
v0 V0
V0  2 R
Distance traveled by wave in this time 
V0
 angle rotated  2

2. A

Sol. Writing energy equation at any instance we get,


2R 1
mg (1  cos  )  I  2  constant (where I = moment of inertia about bottom most point)
 2
2
 2R 
ICM  mR 2  m  
  
2
 2R 
I Bottom point  ICM  m  R 
  
2 2
 2R   2R  2R mR 2
 mR 2  m    mR 2  m    2.m.R. I B  2mR 2  4
       

2R 1  2mR 2  2
mg (1  cos  )   2  mR 2     constant
 2   

Differentiating if we get,
2R d  2mR 2  d
mg  sin     mR 2  2w 0
 dt    dt

R  2  d 2
mg    mR 2 1   2  0
    dt
R
mg
d 2 
  0
dt  2
m R 2 1  
 
g g R (  2)
2   Ans.: T  2
R (  2) R (  2) g
3. D

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Sol. F.B.D when at any instant rod values angle '  ' with horizontal when rod leaves contact N1  0 ,
a x  0 , v x  max .

ICR
a N1 a O
l l
N2
ax
mg a l
ac
ay m

Writing energy equation we get,


1
mg l (sin 0  sin  )  I 0 2
2
1  m(2l )2 
m g l (sin 0  sin  )    ml 2   2
  12 
2
1  ml 2  1 4  1 4
   ml 2   2   ml 2 2    m v 02
2  3  2 3  2 3
3
vcm  gl (sin 0  sin  ) v x  vcm sin 
2
3 dv x 1  cos 
vx 
2
gl  sin 0  sin  sin   d
 sin 0  sin   cos   sin 
2 sin 0  sin 
0

2(sin 0  sin  )  cos   sin 


0
2 sin 0  sin 
3 sin  0  2 sin  0
2
Ans.: sin   (sin 0 )
3

4. AB

Sol. sinC will be smaller for smaller  . A


For 0  C   2 
C will be small for smaller  . P =4000Å
1

 TIR will occur for 4000 Å and not 5000 Å d


=5000Å
b b b 2

  1.20  1.25  1.20    0.05 Q


2 2 2
b  0.05  (4000 10 10 )2 b  8  10 15 m 2 B C
From Snell's law
sin r
1 sin i  1sin r 
sin i
8  1015 sin r
1.0  10 2
  sin r  0.9856  r  80.30
(5000  10 ) 0.8
8  (r  i )  80.30  53.10
  27.20
5. BC
3.2  10 3
Sol. No. of photons emitted per second 
 hc 
  
 

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3.2  103

5  1.6  10 19
2
  1016  4  1015 photons/sec.
5
4  1015
Photons striking the metallic sphere     (8  103 )2
4    (0.8)2
1015  100
  64  106
88
 1011 photon/sec
1011
 No. of electron emitted per second =  105 electron/sec.
106
K.Emax of electron = 5 - 3 = 2eV
Potential at which emitted stops = 2 Volt
Kq 2  8  103 16
  2V q  9
  10 12C
r 9  10 9
 Time after which sphere acquires this change
16 10 12  10

9 46  1019  10
103
t   111.11 sec.
9
6. BC
Sol. Drawing the capacitor diagram we get
C C

P Q Q R R S S T C

C C C C C

V V
3C/2 C
A 0
C 
d

1 2 3
 C Ceq  C
C eq . 3C 5
 0 AV
After charge distribution on plates we get, Charge on plate P = charge on plate
5d
3 0 AV
R
5d
7. CD
Sol. It is clear from theory of electrostatics (C, D)
8. AC
Sol. Flux linked with loop due to its own magnetic field,
0 I   rI
 ( r 2 )  0
2r 2
d   r dI
emf induced     0
dt 2 dt
I t
   r dI dI 2R
 0 .dt ; I  I 0e 2Rt / 0 r
I 
R 2R dt 
I0
I


0 r
0

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2Rt
3

 0 r 3 2 ln10
Now, 10 I 0  I 0e which gives t  s.
1010
9. C
10. C
Sol. (9 - 10)
P0, V0 , T0 P0 , V0 , T0 P0 , V0 , T0 P, V1 , T1 P, V, 9T0 P, V, 9T0
4
A1 A2 A3 A1 A2 A3 4
Initial condition final equilibrium
Considering chamber A2 and A3,
P0 2V0 P 2V
No. of moles = constant 
2 RT0 9T
2 0
4
9
PV  P0V0
4
Apply adiabatic condition
3
2
P0 (2V0 )  P (2V ) V  V0
3
8
P0 (V0 ) 2  P 2 v  V  V0
27
P0V0  PV 
P0V0 16V0
V  V1  3V 0  2V  3V0 
P 27
P0V0 81V0  16V0
V  
9 P0V0 27
4 V
4 65V0
V  1  V0 1 V1 
9 27
2 4
V 3  V02/3 From above volume we can calculate the final pressure.
9
3
 4 243
V 2    V02 Final pressure P  P0 and
9 32
4 3/2 585
V  V0 Final temperature T  T0
9 32

SECTION – C
11. 4
Sol. F.B.D of block at any instant
N1

2
mv
N2 r
mN2

mN1
mg

d  m2  d  rg   2  d
 (N1  N 2 )  m   mg     m     
dx  r  dx  r  dx
   

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2 2
 vdv  2 dt 

0
r
dx 
  (rg  v
0
2
)
dx  rg  v  t , 2vdv  dt ,vdv 
 2

 dt  1 rg 
 r dx   t  2 
r
 2 r    ln 
2  rg  v 02 
 rg  v 2 
 .4  ln  0
  rg  v 02  rge 4  v 0  rg (e 4  1)
 rg 
 

12. 2
F1.L2 (F2  F1 )L1 (F2—F1 )
Sol. Deflection of C = 0 
A2Y A1Y
F1L2 F1L1 F2L1
 
A2 A1 A1 F2

L2 L1 (F2—F1)

F2 A2 A1  L A  F1
  1  2 1 
F1 L1  A2L1 
A1
F2
2
F1
F1 F1
13. 2
Sol. Consider refraction from oil surface.
2 1 2  1 This will act as an object for oil water interface.
 
v u R 2 1 2  1
 
7 1 3 v u R
 
4v 24 4 6 2 1
6
 0
v u
7 3 1 4 7
   0
v 6 6 3v 4  21
7 1
 4 7
v 3  0  v  16
3v 4  21
v  21 cm 3
 x  18  16  2

14. 5
1 1 1 1
Sol.    (for parallel circuit)
Zeq Z1 Z2 Z3
1 1 1
  
4  2i 3  4i 8  6i
5
Solving this we will get Z eq.   0i
2
5 5
Now, over all impedance of the circuit is Z    5i  5  5i
2 2
Therefore, | Z | 5 2
25 2
Current supplied by source   5 Ans.
5 2

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15. 2
Sol. F.B.D.
Fv h
F
Fx   g h b
FH
2
FH
h2
Fx F Fv Fx   g b
2
mw g Fy   gh  h tan  .b

Fy Fy   gh 2 tan  b
1
FH  Fx Fv  Fy  mg mw g   h tan  .h  b   g
2
h2 1 1
FH   g b   gh 2 tan b mw g   gh 2 tan  u
2 2 2
h2
Friction force on wedge    FH   . g b
2
Max. height of water which can be filled, is the height when wedge starts moving up.
h2 1 h2
Fv  mg   FH  Fv  mg    g b   g 2 tan  b  2mg   g b
2 2 
 h 2 (  g tan    gb )  2mg

2mg 2m g 2m
h2   h   h 
 g tan  b   gb g b(tan    ) gb(tan    )

16. 1
(Q  q )Q –Q q +Q
Sol. At any instant force on plate C 
2S  0
A B C
(Q  q )Qd
word done =
2S  0

d
After the collision charge on plates A, B, C become
–Q (Q + q/2) (q/2) 2
q 
(Q  q Q ). q d   d
Work done  2 2  2
2S  0 2S  0
Total work
2
q 
d
(Q  q )Qd  2 
2
d  2 q  
done    Q  qQ    
2S  0 2S  0 2S  0   2  

 2
d q 
  Q   
2S  0  2 

Total work done = charge in K.E.
2
1 d d q d 3 1
2
mv 2 
2S  0
Q q2   v 
ms 0

Q    v 
 2
. 
ms 0  2 2 
1

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17. 2
Sol. Figure shows the path followed by the rocket
R
Semi major axis = R Semi minor axis 
2 R
Time of flight  Area swept
R
 R R R2   R2 R2 
 .     
t  2 2 2  2 2 2 
  t  T. 
T R2 R2
2 2
 2 3 2 3 
T  a 2. Here a  R T  R 2
 GM GM 
  1
  
2 3
2 2 2 2 R 3/2 
t  R t    2 
GM  GM 
R
2 R2
R 
t    2 
g 
18. 4
Sol. vcm just before striking  2gh w0
vcm just after striking  e 2gh

Impulse:  N dt  m(1  e ) 2gh


h
Frictional impulse in horizontal direction


 N dt   .m (1  e ) 2gh  m v x   m (1  e ) 2gh

 v x   (1  e ) 2gh
2uy 2gh
Time of flight   2 e
g g
 (1  e ) 2gh  2gh .e
Range 
g
 2  .(1  e ).e .2h  4  (1  e ) eh

19. 5
1 1 1 1 1 10 2 (–2, 0.1) (0.3) tanq = 0.3
Sol.     
q
u v f u 2 15 3
1 2 1 1 x
     u  6m
u 3 2 6
(– 0.3)
u
m   3
v d
0.3 0.3
tan    0.3   x 1
x x
x  6d  6 d 1
Ans.: d  5m

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20. 4

  i  b 
Sol. d   0    (x  a )dx 
 2 x  h 
a h dx
 0i b  a  x
 d   a
2
 1    dx
h
  x  y
b
 ib
  0 [h  a ln x ]aa h a
2 h
 i b a n  0i b h
 0 h  a ln    h  a ln 2
2 h   a  2a h
  b 4   107
M   M  0 h  a ln 2   2  1  ln 2
i 2 h 2
Ans.:  4  108 [1  ln 2]

SECTION – D

21. 00000.15 m

1  hc  2  hc 
Sol. mv 2      v   
2    m  
2  hc 
m  
mv m  
r   r 
qB qB
Ans.: r = 0.15 m.

22. 00126.00 oC

Sol. Heat generated with in element = heat conduct by the element.


Let heat generated per unit volume per unit time be, x
dT R TS
dr
x   r 2 .l  k .2  r l
dr 0
x r dr  

TC
2kdT r

R2 R2
x.  2k TS  TC   x  2K TC  TS 
2 2

x R2
TC  TS 
2k 2
x R2
 TC  TS 
2k 2
 P  R2 1 P
 TS     TS 
  R 2l  2 2k 4Alk
 
2 103
 TS  TC  105  21
  4  0.5  15
2
0
Ans.: TC  126 C

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23. 00001.32 kg
Sol. 2  1D 2  1T 3  1 p1  E
m  [2  2.01458 – (3.01605  1.00728)]amu m  0.00583 amu
E  mc 2  8.71  10 13 J
8.71  10 13 J ____ 2 molecules
2
1J ____ molecules
8.71  1013
2
109 J ____ ×109 molecules  2.2962  1021 molecules
8.71  1013
No. of molecules is used in a day  2.2962  1021 × 86400 × 2 (efficiency 50%)
 396783.36  1021 molecules
Therefore mass used in a day  1.32 kg Ans.

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Chemistry PART – II

SECTION – A

24. A
Sol. FeSO 4  aq. 
 FeSO4  110.52
FeSO 4  7H 2 O  aq. 
 FeSO 4  7H 2O  6.62
   
FeSO 4  7H 2 O 
 FeSO4  7H 2 O  117.14

25. B
Sol. [Fact]

26. A

Sol. O

C R1 CO R1
|  | PCl5
O + H 2N—CH—CO 2H N—CH—CO 2H
C CO

O
CO R1 R1 C R1 O R2
| | | |
H2 N—CHCO2 H
N—CH—COCl MgO N—CH—C—NH—CH—CO 2H
CO C

O
O

(i) N2 H4 /C2 H5 OH C R1 R2
(ii) HCl NH | |
| + NH 2—CH—CO—NH—CH—CO 2H
NH
C

O
27. BC
Sol.
Step-1
.
O CH 2
+ CO 2
O
Step-2 . CH 3
CH 2

Ph-CCl2 —COO
+
H

Step-3
.
CH 2
.
O O
+
O O

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28. BC

hc
Sol. E  2.075eV K.E.  (2.075  0.4)  1.6  10 19 Joule

h

2mK.E.

29. ACD

Sol. Fact

30. BD

Sol. AgNO3  NH 4 Cl 
 AgCl NH 4 NO3
(X)

 [Ag(NH3 ) 2 ]  NaNO3  H 2 O
AgNO3  NH5  NaOH 
(Y)
31. AD

Sol. Fact O 2   weak field ligand


3 
Fe2  :octa CFSE   (0.4  P0 ) tetra CFSE =    P0   (0.6  P0 )
5 
Fe 3 : octa/tetra = 0 CFSE

32. D

Sol. Fact (experimental)

33. B
0 0.059 [Zn 2  ] 0.059 (0.1)
Sol. E cell  E cell  log  2 0.701  0.76  log  2
2 [H ] 2 [H ]
[H  ]  0.036 M
w
Equivalud of H+ = equivalued of NaOH =
E
 w NaOH  0.036  40  1.264 gm

SECTION – C

34. 4

Sol. (Na  NH 3 ), B2 , C O, KO 2  para

35. 3
37.2
Sol.   1.287  3
28.9
36. 5

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Sol. OH
CH3
H

H H
HO
37. 2

Sol. Fact

38. 3

Sol.
—CH 2—OH

OH
+
—CH 2

OH

39. 2

Sol. Fact M2 & M3

40. 6
64 1.225  10 20  0.98 10
Sol. M64%  8 M 20%   2 M1 
 M2  6
98 98

41. 7

Sol.  x  3, y  4 Apply POAC


Cx H y  x y  7

CH 4  2O2 
 CO 2  2H 2 O
20  x 2(20  x) 20  x
Cx H 2y  2  O2 
 nCO 2  (n  1) H 2 O
 3x  1   3x  1 
  x 
 2   2 
Total volume of CO2 
 20  x  nx  40 x(n  1)  20 
(i)

Total volume of O2 used 


 100 - 40 = 60 ml
(3x  1)
2(20  x)  x  60  (ii)
2
solve equ. (i) & (ii) find the value of x. xn y  2n  2

42. 6

Sol. b, d, f, h, i, j 
 True

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43. 5

[H  ]2 [S2  ]
Sol. K sp   Zn 2  S2  S2   10 15 K H 2s 
   [H 2 S]
[H  ][10 15 ]
10 2  H   10 5 pH  5
104

SECTION – D

44. 00100.00 KJ

K1Ea1  K 2 Ea 2
Sol. Ea 
K1  K 2

45. 00000.66

Sol.  1   2 iC1 RT  C 2 RT i7


3
2 
MgCl2 
 Mg  2Cl i  1  2   0.66

46. 00009.87

10.79  8.95
Sol. I.P   9.87
2

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Mathematics PART – III

SECTION – A

47. B
Sol. 2cos 4 x  2 cos3 x  cos 2 x  cos x  1  0
cos x  t
2t 4  2t 3  t 2  t  1  0
 2t 4  2t 3  2t 2  t 2  t  1  0
 2t 2(t 2  t  1)  1(t 2  t  1)  0
 (cos2 x  cos x  1) (2cos 2 x  1)  0
 cos2 x  1  sin2 x  1
2 2

48. A
x 2 sin 2x  sin 2x (x tan x  1)
Sol.
 (x 2  1)2
dx

(x 2  1)sin 2x  2x sin2 x

 (x 2  1)2
dx

d  sin2 x 

 dx
 2
 x 1 

 dx

sin2 x

x2 1
49. B
Sol. Put y = ux and solve.

50. BC
Sol. Hyperbola if a = 1, parabola if a  2(1  2)

51. CD
Sol. an  an 1  2an 2;n  2 , an  2n 1

52. AD

53. ACD
Sol. ZZ  2 2 | Z  1| 4  0 Z Z  2 Z i  2i Z  0
 | Z  1|| Z  1|  2 2  | Z  2i | 2
x2 y2
 2
 1 x 2  (y  2)2  2 ............(2)
a b2
 a  2 & b  1 .........(1)
(2) implies x  2 cos  , y  2(1  sin  )
then maximum & minimum value of (1)
x2 y2
  1
a2 b2

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2
( 2 cos  )2  2(1  sin  ) 
 
   1
( 2 )2  1 
 sin2   4sin   2
 (sin   2)2  2
m1  7 m2  1
54. ABD
Sol. N (2,2)
NOM  450
ON  AN  2 2 K
OA  4 N
NK  2 2  2a (semi L.R.)
AV
CM O
 a  2
eqn. of NK : y  x  4
 A :(4, 0)
V : (3,1) {( AV  VN )

55. A
2

Sol. 1 i e i

i e  
i
 ....  e ie
i
 e  sin  (cos(cos  ) 
2!
i sin(cos  )
integrate real parts.

56. B
Sol. Do as 55.

SECTION – C

57. 2
x y
Sol.  r (1)
cos 45 sin 45
y  x2  x  1  xy  x 3  x 2  1
x
use (1) to find cubic in r.

58. 1
Sol. Sketch the graph

59. 2
Sol. P( 3,6)

M(h, k) is fixed.

R Q
M(h, k)

60. 1

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61. 8

Sol. OPQ
OQ

OP Q
sin(   )  
sin    )
 2 
OQ  OP tan (1) L
OP
4
 sin 2 P
 OP  4sin 2 (2)
From (1), (2) q
OQ  8sin  ; 2
O T x
lim OQ  8
  /2

62. 9

63. 1
Sol. (2x  y  5)   (x  2y  1)  0 passes through S1
& (3x  y  4)  (x  2y  3)  0 passes through S2

S2 S1

64. 5

65. 0
Sol. F '(x )  f (x )  c f (x )  f '(x )
d
 e cx
dx
 
e cx f (x )  0  e cx f (x )

is decreasing in.
 f (x ) is decreasing function but f (0)  0 & it is non-negative given.
 f (x )  0

66. 4
Sol. A

B C
D M

SECTION – D

67. 00002.63
 1 1 
Sol.   
 19 20 
1000
 1000    2.631
19  20

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68. 00000.50
(5x 4  3x 2 )dx
Sol.
x 10
 2x 8  x 6  2x 5  2x 3  2
5x 4  3x 2

 (x 5
 x 3  1)2  1
dx

69. 00121.17
Sol. x 3dy  (3x 2y  x 2  x 7 )dx
 (x 3dy  3x 2y dx )  (x 2  x 7 )dx
x 3dy  3x 2y
  (x  x 4 )dx
(x 3 )2
 y 
 d 3   (x  x 4 )dx
x 

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