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1)-CMP-IITJEE-20

CHEMISTRY [PART-I]

SECTION – A

1. D

H

H

Et Et

H

Et Et

2. B

Cu2 2e Cu;

8.04 60 2.0

m. moles of e- passed = 10.0

96.5

m.moles of Cu2+ reduced = 5.0

5 10 3 63.55

%Cu 100 14.9

2.132

3. B

HO OH

O

H

O CO2 CH CHO

COOH tautomerism

C

O H

4. D

5. D

6. B

7. A

Initial moles of H2O2 = 2 × 2 = 4

1

Moles of H2O2 left after 20 min (2 × t1/2) = 4

1

22

Moles of H2O2 decomposed in 20 min = 4 – 1 = 3

1

H2 O2

H2 O O 2 g

2

Thus 3 mole H2O2 will produce 3/2 mole O2 in 20 min.

3

R T

nRT 2

Volume change

P P

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3

U W Pext V 1 2 300 900 cal .

2

8. B

9. C

KP depends only on temperature.

10. D

NH3 NH3

NH4 NH2

NH4 NH2

K ionization

2

2

Ionic product = K ionization NH3 M2

NH3

= 10-30 × (50)2 M2

850

Because NH3 50 M

17

11. A, C

(A) Due to absence of empty orbitals, less nucleophilicity of H2O and steric reasons; CCl4 do not

hydrolysed.

(B) NCl3 3H2 O NH3 3HOCl

OH

BiCl3 2H2 O Bi

OH

(C) Cl

H2 O

BiOCl

H

H

O

(D) OH OH

; One P acts as electrophile other as base Nu :

O P P O

OH

OH

12. A, B, C

When equal amounts of two enantiomers are mixed, racemic mixture is resulted.

13. C, D

OH

HIO 4 O

OH

O

cold dil.KMnO 4

OH

O

14. A, B, C, D

15. B, C

SECTION – C

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1. 4

Stereoisomers = 8

4 optically active and 4 optically inactive.

2. 2

Wt. of NH3 in the solution = (0.98 V – 500) gm

Where V is the vol. of resulted solution in ml.

0.98V 500

%NH3 = 74.5 100

0.98 V

V = 2000 ml = 2 L

3. 7

Except N3 , CO2 and COS all are non-linear.

4. 4

Cl Cl

Cl

, and their enantiomers

Cl

5. 6

n2 = 4; no of different lines =

n2 1 n2 6

2

Mathematics

SECTION – A

Also, 100a + 10b + c = 11(a2 + b2 + c2)

Case I: b = a + c

10a + c = 2(a2 + ac + c2)

Clearly ‘c’ is even so let c = 2c1

c1 = a(a – 5) + 2ac1 + 4c12

Therefore c1 is also even

If c1 = 0 then a = 5, b = 5

If c1 = 2, 4 then no solution is possible

Required number = 550

2a2 + 5a + 18 – 32a – 69 + 131 = 0

2a2 – 26a + 80 = 0

Case II: If b = a + c – 11 c 2

10a + c – 10 = 2a2 + 2ac + 2ac2 + 121 – 22a – 22c

2a2 + 2ac + 2c2 – 32a – 23c + 131 = 0

c must be odd

If c = 3, then a2 – 13a + 40 = 0 a = 5, 8

If a = 8 b = 0, c = 3

Required number = 803

For c = 5, 7, 9 solution does not exist

Hence, in all there are only two such numbers viz. 550 and 803.

2. Re–arranging

2 2 2

2a 2 2 3b 3 3 4c 4 4 0

a = 3; b = 4; c = 5

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1 1

3. Let I f f

2 3

/4

1 1

I

0

log e 1 tan t loge 1 tan t dt

2 3

/4

3 2 tan t

I

0

log e dt

2 3 tan t

/4

I log

0

e 3 3 tan t

4 2 tan t

dt

/4

9

2I log

0

e dt

8

Now, |3 sin x – 4 cos x| [0, 5]

a2 + 2 5 a a 3, 3

and 0 a + 3 5 a [–3, 2]

Hence, 6 integral values

5.

A B C

B sinB C sinC C sinC A sin A A sin A B sinB

=

A B A C B C B A C A C B

2 B C C A A A

>

A A B B C C

12

>

Let xk where xk > 0 and (1 k 5) be the roots

f(x) = (x + x1)(x + x2)(x + x3)(x + x4)(x + x5)

5

= x x

k 1

1

5

f 2 2 x

k 1

1

5

1 1 xk 3

3

k 1

3 xk

3

xk

5

= 35 x k 1/ 3

k 1

= 3 5

x1x 2 x3 .....xn 1/ 3 = 35

n n

7. 2 3 2 3 2m , m I

+

lim sin 2 3

n

n

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= lim sin 2m 2 3

n

n

n

n

= lim sin 2 3

n

n

= lim sin = 0

n 2 3 n

8. First select any one object and place it anywhere on the circumference of the circle. Now, rest of the

1

(n – 1) objects have 2 choices each, thus the probability that they are on a semi–circle is n 1 .

2

Since, the first object can be selected in n C1 = n–ways, therefore the required probability

n

= n 1

2

{f(0), f(100)} = {0, 100}

Also |f(0) – f(50)| 50

and |f(50) – f(100)| 50

f(50) = 50

(x + y – 1)(((x + 1)2 + (y + 1)2 + (x – y)2) = 0

The equation denotes the line x + y – 1 = 0 and the point (–1, –1)

3 3

Required area =

2

11. x cos x + sin x = 1 x 2 cos x cot 1 x

2 x2

I 1 x 2

sec 4 x cot 1 x dx

dt 2 x 2

Put t = x – cot–1 x =

dx 1 x 2

tan3 t

I sec 4 tdt 1 t t sec tdt

2 2

= tan t

3

c

tan3 x cot 1 x

I tan x cot 1 x c

3

ALITER

Put x = tan t dx = sec2 t dt

x cos x + sin x = sec sin (x + )

1 x 2 2 x2 sec 2 t 1 sec 2 t

x cos x sin x dx = sec 4

sec 2 tdt

4

t sin4 x t

1 sec 2 t 2

= sec 4 tan t t

dt = cosec u du u tan t t

cot u 3 3

1 1 x tan x 1 x tan x

= cot u c = c

3 3 x tan x x tan x

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ab

12. Let k =

2

By LMVT for x [a, k]

f k f a 2 f k a

f ' c1

ka ba

Also by LMVT for x [k, b]

f b f k 2 b f(k)

f ' c2

bk ba

f(c1) + f(c2) = 2

Hence (A)

ab

Now, by intermediate value theorem there must exist at least one k for which f k

2

By LMVT on [a, k]

f k f a ba

f ' c1

ka 2 k a

Similarly, by LMVT on [k, b]

f b f k ba

f ' c2

bk 2 b k

1 1

2

f ' c1 f ' c 2

Hence (B)

Let g(x) = (a – x)(b – x) ef(x)

g(c) = 0 for some c (a, b)

1 1

f ' c

ac bc

13. AB = BA = 0

An = 3n – 1 A; Bn = 3n – 1 B

14. u = 0, v = x

f(x) + f(–x) = 2f(0) cos x

u

2

v x

2

2f sin x f x f x

2

v

2

u x

2

f(–x) + f( – x) = 0

f(x) = f(x + 2)

AB AC

15. AF ˆi ˆj kˆ

2

ˆi ˆj kˆ

FE : AE = : 1; AE

1

AC AB 2 j k

ˆ ˆ

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ˆ ˆ

ED j k

2

AD AE ED

AD 4

3

16 2

2

1

1

volume = base area altitude

3

2 3 1 1 ˆ ˆ ˆ ˆ

2 j k jk

3 3 2 2

1

|| = 2 + 1 =

2

SECTION –C

1. f(x) = (x – 2)(x – 3)2(x – 4)3 ….. (x – 100)99 {5050(x – c1)(x – c2) ….. (x – c99)}

where 1 < c1 < 2; 2 < c2 < 3; ….. ; 99 < c99 < 100

Now, the critical points of f(x) are c1, 2, c2, 3, c3, 4, c4, 5, ….., c99, 100

But points such as x = 3, 5, 7, ….. , 99 are neither points of local maxima or minima.

Thus total number of points of local maxima/minima

= 99 + 50 = 149

=

6

2

2. Given expression =

sin 25º sin70º sin85º

sin50º sin140º sin170º

=

2 sin 25º sin70º sin85º

4

= (Using sin 2A + sin 2B + sin 2C = 4 sin A sin B sin C where A + B + C = 180º)

2

=2

x 2x

3. Let f(x) = sin cos 2

4 4

x 1 2x 1

f ' x cos sin 1

4 4 2 x 4 4 2 2x

Thus f(x) > 0

2

f 0 cos 2 0

4

2

f 2 sin 1 2 sin 1 2

4 2 2

3

( 2 2 3 sin 2 )

2 2 3 2 2

Hence f(2) > 0

Thus exactly one solution.

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4. Case 1: If x < 2

x 2

f x x t dt x t dt

0 x

x 2

2

=

x t dt t x dt = x

0 x

– 2x + 2 O 1

Case 2: If x > 2

2 2

f x x t dt x t dt 2x 2

0 0

for k > 0

Let f(x) = sin x + 2x – k(x2 + x)

f(x) = cos x + 2 – k(2x + 1)

f(x) = –sin x – 2k < 0

The curve y = f(x) is concave downwards and thus the curve will lie above the chord joining (0, f(0))

k

and , f i.e. above the chord joining (0, 0) and , 1 2 2

2 2 2 4

4 1

Thus f 0 k 2 1.026 [M] = 1

2 2

SECTION – A

1. Pressure in the air inside the column of mercury is equal to the weight of mercury over the air divided

by the internal cross sectional area of the tube. When the temperature increases, the weight of the

upper part of the mercury column does not change. That is why the pressure in the air is also

constant. For the isobaric process, the change in volume is proportional to the change in temperature.

The same is true for the lengths of the air column.

l T lT

l = 0 = 11 cm.

l0 T0 T0

v w u

2. Frequency received by car B is f1 f

v w u

Now the car B will be treated as a source of frequency f1

wavelength of reflected sound received by the driver of car A is

'

v w u v w u v w u

f1 v w u f

330 5 25 330 5 25 31 m

330 5 25 300 36

Hence (B) is correct

dt I

2 5ml2

Bil dt 3

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5ml2

Bl2 dQ

3

2

5ml

Bl2 Q

3

3BQ

5m

Now using conservation of energy

1 2

I mgh

2

1 5 m2 2 4

(3m)g

2 3 3 3

(90 cm)(5 cm) (10 cm)(45)

Xcm = = 9 cm

(90) (10)

6. The power developed by the man = power required in the reference frame of the man

= Force velocity = m(g + a).(h/t)

Hence, (A) is correct.

120

1 half life = 40 sec

3

v

F0 Kx max

F

8. a e v dv 0 e Kx dx

m 0 m0

v max2 F F

0 K max 0

2 mK K

FR vB2 2

9. (m + CB22) a =

R

2 2

a1 = g sin 60°, a2 = g sin 30°

Since vertical displacement for both blocks is 1 m, the block with larger acceleration will reach the

base of wedge first. Hence block of mass m1 shall reach base of wedge first.

11. For a plane wave intensity (energy crossing per unit area per unit time) is constant at all point

For spherical wave

p 1

I= 2

2

4r r

0 q

12. (A) B

4a

0 q(v r )

(B and D) B

4 r 3

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13. N = 50 – 20 = 30 N N 20 N

Limiting friction force = µN = 12 N and applied force in horizontal

direction is less than the limiting friction force, therefore the

5N

block will not slide.

For equilibrium in horizontal direction, friction force must be

equal to 5 N.

mg = 50 N

From the top view, it is clear that = 37° i.e. 127° from the x-axis f

that is the direction of the friction force. It is opposite to the

applied force.

53

Contact force = N2 f 2 = 925 N

3iˆ 4 ˆj

1

14. T1 > T2 > T3 as 1 < 2 < 3 (Wien's law)

T

Now as the area under the curve E and gives the intensity; so

Ae3 T34 Ae2 T24 {Areas are same, given}

Now as T3 < T2 e3 > e2.

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SECTION –C

1. The distance by which image appears to be raised is

1 1

d t1 1 t 2 1

1 2

t t 1 t 2

1 1

2 2 2 3

5

3

mg N T

2. a …(i) a

Mm

Taking torque about P, T a

h h Ma

P

Th Mg Ma …(ii)

4 2

mg T = ma …(iii) Mg mg

from (i), (ii) and (iii)

m/M = 1

m1a1 m2 a2 m3 a3 A C

acm = B

m1 m2 m3 m1 m3

m2

The net force acting on the system

= m1a1 m2 a2 m3 a3

Fnet = (m1 a1 + m2 a2 – m3 a3)

1

= (1)(1) (2)(2) (4) N = 3 N.

2

u2

4. R max

g

u4

So, maximum area covered = R 2max . 4m2

g2

V1G = 20iˆ 15ˆj

V1P = 15ˆj

Velocity of block w.r.t. board after 10 sec

V '1P = V1P gt ˆj 0

V '1G = 20 ˆi

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