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PART-I (1 Mark)
MATHEMATICS
1. The equation z
2
= z , where z is a complex number, has
(A*) 4 solution (B) 2 solution
(C) no solution (D) infinitely many solutions
Sol. z = a + ib
z
= a – ib
It is given : z
2
=
z
(a + ib)
2
= a – ib
a
2
– b
2
+ i 2ab = a – ib
a
2
– b
2
= a and 2ab = – b
2ab + b = 0
b(2a + 1) = 0
b = 0 or a =
2
1 ÷
When b = 0, a
2
– b
2
= a
a
2
– 0 = a
a (a – 1) = 0
So, a = 0, or a = 1
When a =
2
1 ÷
,
2
2
1
|
.
|

\
| ÷
– b
2
=
2
1 ÷
HINTS & SOLUTIONS (PRACTICE PAPER-2)
Ques. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Ans.
A D A D C C B C C B
B C A D B
Ques. 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Ans. C A A D A D C B D C D
A C B B
Ques. 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45
Ans.
C A B D B D C D A D D B B B A
Ques. 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
Ans.
B A A C A D C B D A B A D B B
Ques. 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75
Ans.
A C A A D B C B C B A C B B C
Ques. 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90
Ans.
B A B C B B A A D D D C C C A
Ques. 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105
Ans. B A C B A C D B D D D C B A A
Ques. 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120
Ans. B A A D A D D B A C A B D A C
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4
1
– b
2
=
2
1 ÷
b
2
=
4
1
+
2
1
=
4
3
b = ±
2
3
z = 0 + 0i or 1 + 0i
z =
2
1 ÷
+ i .
2
3
or
2
1 ÷
– i
2
3
There will be four solutions possible.
2.
10
2 / 1 3 / 1 3 / 2
x x
1 x
1 x x
1 x

÷
÷
÷
+ ÷
+
10
2 / 1 2 / 1
2 / 1 2 / 1
3 / 1 3 / 2
3 / 1 3 / 2 3 / 1
) 1 x ( x
) 1 x )( 1 x (
) 1 x x (
) 1 x x )( 1 x (

÷
+ ÷
÷
+ ÷
+ ÷ +
| |
10
2 / 1 3 / 1
) x 1 ( ) 1 x (
÷
+ ÷ +
| |
10
2 / 1 3 / 1
x x
÷
÷
General Term T
r + 1
= (– 1)
r

10
C
r
(x
1/3
)
10 – r
(x
-1/2
)
r
= (– 1)
r

10
C
r
2
r
3
r 10
x
÷
÷
For the independent term
2
r
3
r 10
÷
÷
= 0
2
r
3
r 10
=
÷
20 – 2r = 3r
5r = 20
r = 4.
So, independent term = (– 1)
4

10
C
4
=
! 6 ! 4
! 10
= 210.
3.
1 c c c
1 b b b
1 a a a
3 2
3 2
3 2
÷
÷
÷
= 0
3 2
3 2
3 2
c c c
b b b
a a a
+
1 c c
1 b b
1 a a
2
2
2
÷
÷
÷
= 0
abc
2
2
2
c c 1
b b 1
a a 1
– 1
1 c c
1 b b
1 a a
2
2
2
= 0
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abc
2
2
2
c c 1
b b 1
a a 1
+ 1
2
2
2
c 1 c
b 1 b
a 1 a
= 0
abc
2
2
2
c c 1
b b 1
a a 1
– 1
2
2
2
c c 1
b b 1
a a 1
= 0
2
2
2
c c 1
b b 1
a a 1
(abc – 1) = 0
abc = 1.
4. ax
2
– 6xy + y
2
= 0
m
1
+ m
2
=
b
h 2 ÷
m
1
+ m
2
=
1
6
m
1
m
2
=
b
a

m
1
m
2
=
1
a
= a
Given : m
2
= m
1
2
m
1
2
+ m
1

– 6 = 0
(m
1
+ 3) (m
1
– 2) = 0
m
1
= – 3 and m
1
= 2
and m
1
m
2
= a
m
1
× m
1
2
= a
m
1
3
= a
a is positive, so a = (2)
3
= 8.
5. x
2
+ 4y
2
=1 ....(i)
4x
2
+ y
2
= 4
y
2
= 4 – 4x
2
put in (i)
x
2
+ 4(4 – 4x
2
) = 1
x
2
+ 16 – 16x
2
= 1
16 – 1 = 15x
2
15 = 15x
2
x
2
= 1
x = ± 1
y
2
= 4 – 4x
2
= 4 – 4(1)
y
2
= 0
y = 0
(1, 0) and (– 1, 0) are two common point.
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6. Diameter = major axis = 2a
(0, b)
(0, 0) (– a, 0) (a, 0)
(0, – b)
y =
b
a
a – x
2 2
Area of circle = ta
2
Let the equation of the ellipse be
1
b
y
a
x
2
2
2
2
= +
.
y =
2 2
x a
a
b
÷
Area of ellipse =
3
1
ta
2
= 4 ×
í
÷
a
0
2 2
dx x a
a
b
= 4 ×
a
b
a
0
1 2 2 2
a
x
sin a
2
1
x a
2
x

+ ÷
÷
3
1
ta
2
= 4 ×
a
b

t
4
a
2
3
1
a
b
=
e =
2
a
b
1 |
.
|

\
|
÷
=
2
3
1
1 |
.
|

\
|
÷
=
9
8
=
3
2 2
.
7. PD =
PC
PB PA ×
=
4
2 18×
= 9
B
18
A
C
D
O
9
M
4
2
P
N
BN =
2
1
AB = 10
MC =
2
1
CD =
2
13
PM = MC – PC
=
2
13
– 4 =
2
5
ON = PM =
2
5
In AONB
OB =
2
2
2
5
10 |
.
|

\
|
+
=
4
25
100 +
=
4
425
=
2
17 5
Diameter = 2 × OB =
2
17 5
× 2 =
17 5
cm.
8. cos 175 = cos (180 – 5) = – cos 5
cos 185 = cos (180 + 5) = – cos 5
cos 355 = cos(360 – 5) = cos 5
cos 5 + cos 10 + cos 15 + ......+ cos 355
= cos5 + cos 10 + .....+ cos 85 + cos 90º + cos(180º – 85) + cos (180º – 80º)
+ .......+ cos (180º – 5) + cos 180º + cos (180º + 5) + cos(180º+ 10)
+ .......+ cos (180º + 85) + cos 270 + cos(360 – 85) + ......+ cos(360 – 5)
= cos 5 + cos 10 + .......+ cos 85 + 0 – cos 85 – cos 80 – ..........– cos 5 – 1
– cos 5 – cos 10 – cos 85 + 0 + cos 85 + cos 80 + ...........+ cos 5
= – 1
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9. By AA similarity
B
D
A
C
4
a
5
3
x
a – x
Q a– y
y
P
AQCP ~ APBA
x
y a ÷
=
a
x a ÷
=
4
3
a
x a ÷
=
4
3
x =
4
a
x
y a ÷
=
4
3
4 / a
y a ÷
=
4
3
y =
16
a 13
In APAB
4
2
= x
2
+ a
2
16 =
2
4
a
|
.
|

\
|
+ a
2
16 =
16
a 17
2
a
2
=
17
16 16 ×
=
17
256
Area of square ABCD = a
2
=
17
256
.
10. By Angle bisector theorem A
B C
D 1 2
2
x

=

4
2
x
=
1
2
¬ x = 4
cos B =
4 3 2
2 4 3
2 2 2
× ×
÷ +
=
24
4 16 9 ÷ +
=
24
21
=
8
7
.
11. s =
2
6 x 18 +
= 9x + 3
s = ) x 6 )( 1 x 3 )( 2 )( 3 x 9 ( + +
= ) x )( 1 x 3 )( 1 x 3 ( 6 + +
= 6(3x + 1)
x
x is a perfect square, so in 1 to 20, 4 perfect square i.e. possible values are {1, 4, 9, 16}.
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12. f(1) = 0 as
h
) h 1 ( f
lim
0 h
+
÷
exists.
¬
h
) 1 ( f ) h 1 ( f
lim
0 h
÷ +
÷
¬ f ‘(1) exists.
So, f is differentiable at 1.
13. Statement I is true that the derivative of an odd differentiable function is always even and statement II is
also true that If f(x) is differentiable at a point x
0
and g(x) is not differentiable at x
0
, then f(x) g(x) is not
differentiable at x
0
.
14.
| |
¹
´
¦
< s ÷ ÷
< s
=
0 x 1 , 1
1 x 0 , 0
x
f(x) =
¦
¹
¦
´
¦
< s
< s ÷ =
÷
÷
1 x 0 , 0
0 x 1 , 1 sin
1
) 1 sin(
1 sin ) x ( f lim
0 x
=
÷
÷
and
0 ) x ( f lim
0 x
=
+
÷
) x ( f lim
0 x÷
does not exists.
15. x –
x
> 0 for all x > 1.
and –
x
+
4
x
> 0 for all x < 0
So, range of f is [0, ·).
16. f(x) =
dt ) 2 t )( 1 t ( e
x
0
t
í
÷ ÷
f’(x) = e
x
(x – 1)(x – 2)
For decreasing
f’(x) < 0
e
x
(x – 1)(x – 2) < 0
(x – 1)(x – 2) < 0 [ e
x
> 0]
x e (1, 2).
17.
dx | x | x
1
1
2 / 3
í
÷
=
dx ) x ( x
0
1
2 / 3
í
÷
÷
+
dx ) x ( x
1
0
2 / 3
í
=
dx ) 1 ( x
0
1
2 / 3 2 / 5
í
÷
÷
+
dx x
1
0
2 / 5
í
= (– 1)
3/2
0
1 –
2 / 7
2 / 7
x

+
1
0
2 / 7
2 / 7
x

= (– 1)
3/2

7
2
[0 – (– 1)
7/2
] +
7
2
[1 – 0]
= – (– 1)
5
7
2
+
7
2
=
7
2
+
7
2
=
7
4
.
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18.
( )
í
÷
dx ) x ( f )...... x ( f ) x ( f x
1
10 2 1
Let f
11
(x) = t
) x ( f )...... x ( f ) x ( f x
dx
10 2 1
= dt
í
dt . 1
= t + C
= f
11
(x) + C.
19. Applying AM and GM condition :
( )
3 / 1
3 2 1
3 2 1
x x x 6
3
x 3 x 2 x
>
+ +
( )
3 / 1
3 2 1
x x x 6
3
4
>
Cubing both sides
3 2 1
x x x 6
27
64
>
81
32
x x x
3 2 1
s
Now also ( )
3 / 1
2
3
2
2
2
1
2
3
2
2
2
1
x x x
3
x x x
>
+ +
3 / 2 2
3
2
2
2
1
81
32
3
x x x
|
.
|

\
|
>
+ +
x
1
2
+ x
2
2
+ x
3
2
3 / 1
8
10
3
2
3
|
|
.
|

\
|
>
x
1
2
+ x
2
2
+ x
3
2
3 / 1
9
2
9
8 3
|
.
|

\
| ×
>
x
1
2
+ x
2
2
+ x
3
2
6 . 0
9
24
× >
x
1
2
+ x
2
2
+ x
3
2
6 . 1 >
So, according options least value is 2.
20. 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
at each position two posibility i.e. either H or T
So total posible outcomes = 2
7
As we want three tails is sequence and it happened at 7
th
turn. So at position 5, 6, 7 we have tails and
position 4 must have head otherwise our requirement is fullfilled at position 6.
So, the position 1, 2, 3 can have anything i.e. H/T = 2
3
To get tail at 1, 2,3 position we have only one probability.
So, total favourable cases = 2
3
– 1 = 7
required probability =
7
2
7
=
128
7
.
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PHYSICS
22. PV = nRT
PdV + VdP = 0

P
1
dP
dv
V
1
= ×
| = P
–1
23. E ·
2
r
1
for point charge
Force solid sphere
Inside the sphere E · r and out side the sphere E ·
2
r
1
24. n =
4
r
L
ut
t
So, u =
4
r
L
nt
t
25. Angular momentum, ¹ = mvr
Magnetic moment, u = IA = nqtr
2
=
2
r q
2
t
t
e
u =
2
vqr
r q
r 2
v
2
= t
t
or
m 2
q
mvr 2
vqr
= =
u
¹
26.
m c
kT
=
| |
| || |
2 / 1 1
2 / 1
2 2
M T 2
T ML
÷
÷
= [M
0
L
0
T
0
]
Which dimensionally ratisfies
f
f A
=
m
kT
c
1
27. Average power, <P> =
2
1
pvA
2
w
2
p · Av
2
28. Wave length, ì =
24
10 6 2 . 0
D
d
3 ÷
× ×
=
|
= 0.5 × 10
–4
m
ì = 5 × 10
–5
cm
ì = 500 nm (Answer is B)
29. (B)
30. By angular momentum conservation
m
1
v
1
r
1
= m
2
v
2
r
2
( m
1
= m
2
)
So, v
2
=
12
10 4
10 6 . 5
10 9 10 6 . 5
×
× × ×
= 900 m/s (Answer is B)
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31. y = y
1
+ y
2
= 2A cos (2Kx) cos(2cost)
x = 0, y = 0
m 20 = ì
(Ans. C)
32. A ÷ m (some as x)
o ÷
t
1
sec
–1
e ÷
t
1
sec
–1
| = angle(dimensionless) (Answer is A)
33. AKE = 0.01864 × 931 = 17.4 Mev
KE
f
– KE
i
= 17.4 Mev
As proton is at rest (B) option is correct
34.
2
2 1
2
r
q kq
r
mv
=
v =
mr
q kq
2 1
v = 1.6 × 10
–19

10 31
9
10 53 . 0 10 11 . 9
10 9
÷ ÷
÷
× × ×
×
v = 2.24 × 10
6
35.
F
I
F
F = ¹
d 2
2 1 0
t
I I u
F =
2
2 7
10 5 . 1 2
10 60 4000 4000 10 4
÷
÷ ÷
× × t
× × × × × t
F = 128N repulsion (Answer is B)
37. (C)
38. Phase different between V
R
and V
C
is 90º
so,
2
C
2
R
V V + = 220 (Answer is D)
39. Distance between to consecutive destructive interference is 1.7cm, so total number of points of
destructive interference on the line PQ is 4. (Answer is A)
40. (D)
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CHEMISTRY
41. The ionization energy or enthalpy of Na is greater than that of Li but the hydration enthalpy of Li is higher
than that of Na. Difference between ionization enthalpy of both is less than difference between their
hydration enthalpy so overall oxidation potential of Li is greater than Na. Therefore Li metal is a better
reducing agent than Na metal.
42. Compressibility K =
P
1
K
x
– K
y
=
1
1

2
1
= 0.5 atm
–1
43.
OH
CO H
2
44.
2CH
3
CHO
conc. NaOH
CH OH +
2
COOH
Cannizzarro reaction
CH
3
CH
3
45. On heating solution becomes unsaturated
solubility and conductance both are increase.
46. According to graph, segment BC represents isobaric process. It means pressure is constant so accord-
ing to Charle’s law V · T [on constant pressure]
From B to C volume decreases so temperature will also decreases.
47.
7
6
5
4
H
3
2
1
OH
H
when same groups present in same side of the double bond then geometrical isomer is known as
Z – isomer.
48. Due to back donation electron defficiency of [B] almost neutral.
49.
Co
en
Cl
en
Cl
trans
+
Co
en
Cl
en
Cl
cis/d
+

Co
Cl
en
Cl
en
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
+
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50. xH
2
S + 2NaNO
3
+2HCl ÷÷ yS + zNO + k NaCl + 4H
2
O
Put the following value of variables in above equation
x = 3, y = 3, z = 2, k = 2
3H
2
S + 2NaNO
3
+ 2HCl ÷÷ 3S + 2NO + 2NaCl + 4H
2
O
51. R = k [X]
1/3
[Y]
2/3
order of reaction =
3
1
+
3
2
= 1
52. Because Zn has higher oxidation potential than Cu. so Zn loses its electrons at an anode and convert in
Zn
2+
ions and come into the solution. These electrons flow externally from zinc to Cu by wire.
53. Because ideal mixture of benzene and toluene follows Raoult’s law
according to Raoult’s law
P
mix
= P
A
+ P
B
P
mix
= X
A
P
A
º + X
B
P
B
º
P
mix
= X
A
P
A
º + (1 – X
A
) P
B
º
P
mix
= X
A
(P
A
º – P
B
º) + P
B
º
This is a linear equation, by comparing with y = mx + c
y = P
mix
x = X
A
m = P
A
º – P
B
º
c = P
B
º
according to above data graph will be like following -
P
mix
P º
B
P º
A
X = 1
A
X = 0
A
X
A
molefraction ) (benzene
54. sp
3
d
2
hybridization explains the bonding of complex which has C.N. (co-ordination number) 6 so answer
may be either [Fe(CN)
6
]
3–
or [Fe(H
2
O)
6
]
2+
. But H
2
O is a weak ligand and CN

is a strong ligand.
Because weak ligand form an outer orbital complex with metal ion and this is possible when sp
3
d
2
hybridization takes place.
55. 2NaCl + H
2
SO
4
÷÷ ÷ Na
2
SO
4
+ 2HCl
MnO
2
+ 4HCl ÷÷ ÷ MnCl
2
+ 2H
2
O + Cl
2
56. Bond order =
2
1
[N
b
– N
a
]
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B.O. of O
2
+
=
2
1
[10 – 5] = 2.5 N
b
= no. of electron present in BMO
B.O. of O
2

=
2
1
[10 – 7] = 1.5 N
a
= no. of electron present in ABMO
B.O. of O
2
2–
=
2
1
[10 – 8] = 1
Inter atomic distance ·
O . B
1
order of inter atomic distance ; O
2
2–
> O
2

> O
2
+
57. amylose [it is a part of starch]
58
2 / 1
t =
K
693 . 0
t/
12
=
3 –
10 93 . 6
693 . 0
×
t
1/2
= 100 s
59. Because unit cell has six faces and every facial atom is a part of two unit cell. It means only half part of
one facial atom belongs to one unit cell.
so, total no. of facial atoms in fcc unit cell = 6 ×
2
1
= 3
60. n =
1
2 1
T
T – T
=
1
Q
W
=
800
200 – 800
=
100
W
W = 75 J
PART-II (2 Mark)
MATHEMATICS
81. a = A – d
b = A
c = A + d
a + b + c = 3A =
2
3
A =
2
1
= b
a + b + c =
2
3
a + c =
2
3
– b =
2
3

2
1
= 1 ....(i)
b
2
=
2 2
c a
2
2
1
|
.
|

\
|
= ± ac
When ac =
4
1
c =
a 4
1
...(ii)
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From (i) & (ii)
a +
a 4
1
= 1
4a
2
– 4a + 1 = 0
(2a – 1)
2
= 0
2a – 1 = 0
a =
2
1
By this we get
a = b = c
But a < b < c, so we take
When – ac =
4
1
c =
a 4
1 ÷
....(iii)
from (i) & (iii)
a –
a 4
1
= 1
4a
2
– 4a – 1 = 0
a =
8
16 16 4 + ±
=
8
2 4 4 ±
=
2
2 1±
as b > a
a =
2
2 1÷
82. g’(x) is changing its slope from positive to negative as it passes through g(2). So, g(2) is largest.
83. ZB =
|
.
|

\
| ÷
9
2 9
× 180º = 140º
1
2
3
A
B x
C
D
x
y
z
x
Z 1 = Z 2 =
2
º 140 º 180 ÷
= 20º
Z 3 = 140 – Z 2 = 120º
In AACD
cos 120º =
xy 2
z x y
2 2 2
÷ +
2
1 ÷
=
xy 2
z x y
2 2 2
÷ +
– xy = y
2
+ x
2
– z
2
z
2
= x
2
+ y
2
+ xy
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84. AA
T
=
|
|
|
|
|
|
.
|

\
|
0 * * *
* 0 * *
* * 0 *
* * * 0

. . . .

As the diagonal element of resulting matrix are zero.
multiplication R
1
of A and C
1
of A
T
(i.e. = R
1
of A) = 0
It is possible only when all element in R
1
of A is zero
In the same way we can say that element of all 10 rown of A is zero so for the above condition we can
formm only 1 matrix i.e. A = null matrix.
85.
(– a, 0) A
D
(0, – b)
C
(0, b)
B
(0, 0)
(–ae, 0) O
E
F
(i) As line DE and AC are ± so product of there slope = – 1.
ae 0
0 b
+
÷ ÷
×
a
b
= – 1
ae
b ÷
×
a
b
= – 1
e =
2
a
b
|
.
|

\
|
(ii) and line CF and AD are also ±.

ae 0
0 b
+
÷
×
a 0
0 b
+
÷ ÷
= – 1
ae
b
×
a
b ÷
= – 1
e =
2
a
b
|
.
|

\
|
(iii) and line AO is ± to CD

a 0
0 0
+
÷
×
0
b 2
= – 1
From (i) & (ii) case e =
2
a
b
|
.
|

\
|
But in (iii) case ‘e’ cannot be determined. So, we can not determined uniquely.
86.
í
·
÷
0
x
dx e ] x [
=
í
÷
1
0
x
dx e 0
+
í
÷
2
1
x
dx e ) 1 (
+
í
÷
3
2
x
dx e 2
+ ......
= 0 +
| |
2
1
x
e
÷
÷
+
| |
3
2
x
e 2
÷
÷
+ .........
= – (e
–2
– e
–1
) – 2(e
–3
– e
–2
) – 3(e
–4
– e
–3
) .........
= e
–1
+ e
– 2
+ e
–3
............
=
1
e
1
+
2
e
1
+
3
e
1
+ .......... ¬ S
·
=
e
1
1
e
1
÷
=
1 e
1
÷
.
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87.
|
.
|

\
|
í
t 2 /
0
1003
xdx cos |
.
|

\
|
í
t 2 /
0
1004
xdx cos
=
2
t
×
2 ....... 1002 1004
) 1 ..... 1001 1003 (
1 ....... 1001 1003
) 2 ..... 998 1000 1002 (
× ×
× ×
×
× ×
× ×
=
1004 2×
t
=
2008
t
88.
í
÷
· ÷
x
0
) x ( f ) t ( f
x
dt e ) x ( g lim
=
) x ( f
x
0
) t ( f
x
e
dt e ) x ( g
lim
í
· ÷
=
) x ( f '
) x ( f
x
0
) t ( f '
x
e ) x ( f
e ) x ( g e ) x ( g
lim
+
í
· ÷
=
) x ( f
) x ( g
0 lim
'
x
+
· ÷
=
.... x 16
..... x 3
0 lim
3
3
x
+
+
+
· ÷
=
16
3
.
89.
dx
dy
= sin(x + y) + cos(x + y)
let x + y = u
Differentiating wrt x
1+
dx
dy
=
dx
du
dx
dy
=
dx
du
– 1

dx
dy
= sin(x + y) + cos(x + y)
dx
du
– 1 = sinu + cosu
dx
du
= sinu + cosu + 1
dx
1 u cos u sin
du
=
+ +
Integrating both sides
í í
=
+ +
dx
1 u cos u sin
du
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í í
=
+
+
÷
+
+
dx
1
2 / u tan 1
2 / u tan 1
2 / u tan 1
2 / u tan 2
du
2
2
2
í í
=
+ + ÷ +
dx
2 / u tan 1 2 / u tan 1 2 / u tan 2
du ) 2 / u ( sec
2 2
2
í í
=
+
dx
2 2 / u tan 2
du ) 2 / u ( sec
2
í í
=
+
dx
) 1 2 / u (tan 2
du ) 2 / u ( sec
2
Put 1+ tanu/2 = t
(1/2)sec
2
u/2du = dt
í í
= dx
t
dt
log |t| = x + c
log |1+ tanu/2| = x + c
2
) y x (
tan 1 log
+
+
= x + c
It passes through origin.
log1 = 0 + c
c = 0.
So,
2
) y x (
tan 1 log
+
+
= x.
90. Total mappings of bijection is 6 !.
for self inverse
.
pairing 2
! 3 ! 2 ! 2 ! 2
! 6
+
.
value own their to going 2
4
6
! 2 ! 2 ! 2
C ! 4
+
.
value own their to going 4
2
6
1 C +
= 76
P =
720
76
=
180
19
.
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PHYSICS
91.
d
r
1 r
2
M
1
M
2
M
1
r
1
= M
2
r
2
and r
1
+ r
2
= d
so r
1
=
2 1
2
M M
d M
+
........(i)
T =
1
1
v
r 2t
........(ii)
Here
2
2 1
d
M GM
=
1
2
1 1
r
v M
or v
1
=
d
r GM
1 2
From (ii)
T =
1 2
1
r GM
d r 2t
T =
2
1
GM
r d 2t
T =
2 1
2
2
M M
d M
GM
d 2
+
t
T =
) M M ( G
d 2
2 1
2 / 3
+
t
92. a = or = 20 × 0.5 = 10 m/s
2
93. For ì
min
min
hc
ì
= K.E.
ì
min
=
. E . K
hc
ì
min
= 19 3
8 34
10 6 . 1 10 30
10 3 10 6 . 6
÷
÷
× × ×
× × ×

= 4.14 × 10
–111
m
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94. App. frequency, N' =
90
9 340
9 340
N
V V
V V
S
0
× |
.
|

\
|
÷
+
=
|
|
.
|

\
|
÷
+
N' = 94.9 kHz
95. Mass of water, m =
3
2
10
92 . 0 ) 96 . 3 ( 18 × × × t
kg
m = t × 18×10
–2
× (3.96)
2
× 10
–4
× 0.92 ×10
3
mL
f
=
¹
t ) ( KA
2 1
u ÷ u
¬ t =
) ( KA
mL
2 1
f
u ÷ u
¹
¬ t =
15 ) 96 . 3 ( 400 10
10 10 333 92 . 0 ) 96 . 3 ( 18
2 3
3 3 2
× × t × ×
× × × × × t
÷
¬ t = 9.2 s (Answer is A)
96. Range, R = h ) h H ( 2 ÷
(i) h = H/4
X
1
=
4
H
4
H
H 2 |
.
|

\
|
÷
X
1
= H
2
3
3H/4
H/2
H/4
X
2
1
2
3
X = x
1 3
(ii) h = H/2
X
2
= H
(iii) h = 3H/4
X
3
= H
2
3
X
2
> X
1
= X
3
CHEMISTRY
101. Xe contains 8 electrons in its outermost shell or valence shell. In XeF
2
, Xe uses 2 electrons for o bonds so
it contains 3 lp. In XeF
4
., Xe uses 4 electrons for o bonds, so it contains 2 lp.
102.
N + 3H
2 2
2NH
3
4 16 0 initial moles
at equilibrium
[according to question ammonia gas is produced = 4 mol]
2o = 4
put the value of o = 2
4 – 2 16 – 3 × 2 2 × 2
2 10 4
2 10 4
V V V
moles at
equilibrium
concentration
at equilibrium
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K
C
=
3
2 2
2
3
] H ][ N [
] NH [
=
3
2
V
10
V
2
V
4
|
.
|

\
|
|
.
|

\
|
|
.
|

\
|
=
3
2
10 2
4
×
× V
2
=
3
10
8
× (10)
2
( V = 10L]
= 0.8 mol
–2
lit
2
103. Depression in freezing point AT
F
=
W m
Kw
0
0
In given two cases m
0
, W and K are constants
so AT
F
· w
0
2 F
1 F
) T (
) T (
A
A
=
2 0
1 0
) w (
) w (
5 . 2 – 5 . 5
4 – 5 . 5
=
x 9 . 2
9 . 2
+
3
5 . 1
=
x 9 . 2
9 . 2
+
x = 2.9 g
105.
2R and 5R
III
II
II III
2
5
OH
I
OH
I
'
'
'
106. Zn + 2Ag
+
(0.0001M)
÷÷ ÷
Zn
2+
(0.1M) + 2Ag
by nernst equation
E
cell
= Eº –
n
059 . 0
log
10

] Zn [ ] Ag [
] Ag ][ Zn [
2
2 2
+
+
[Ag] = [Zn] = 1
¬ E
cell
= Eº –
2
059 . 0
log
10

2
2
] Ag [
] Zn [
+
+
¬ E
cell
= 1.56 –
2
059 . 0
log
10

2
) 0001 . 0 (
) 1 . 0 (
¬ E
cell
= 1.56 – 0.2065
¬ E
cell
~ 1.35 V
107. 2CH
3
Cl + Si ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷
) Y ( Cu
(CH
3
)
2
SiCl
2
(X)
SiCl
4
+ 2CH
3
MgBr ÷÷ ÷ (CH
3
)
2
SiCl
2
+ 2Mg(Br)Cl
(Z)
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108. according to Arrhenius theory
K = A
RT
E

e
according to question K is same in both cases, so
1
1
RT
E
=
2
2
RT
E
E
1
and T
1
are activation energy and temp. in absence of catalyst
625
500
=
2
T
400
E
2
and T
2
are activation energy and temp. in presence of catalyst
T
2
= 600K
109.
28
Ni ÷÷ ÷ [Ar]3d
8
4s
2
4p
0
Ni
2+
÷÷ ÷ [Ar]3d
8
4s
0
4p
0
[Ar]
because CN

is a strong ligand w.r.t. Ni
2+
ion, so pairing of electrons takes place.

[Ar]
dsp hybridization
2

[Ar]
dsp hybridized
orbitals
2
Unhybridized
orbitals
In dsp
2
hybridization geometry of complex is square planar.
110. e y He x Pb U
0
1 –
4
2
206
82
238
92
+ + ÷÷ ÷
by balancing of mass no.
238 = 206 + 4x + 0y
x = 8
by balancing of nuclear charge
92 = 82 + 2x – 1y
92 = 82 + 2 × 8 – y
y = 6