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# ANDHERI / BORIVALI / DADAR / CHEMBUR / THANE / MULUND/ NERUL / POWAI

## IIT – JEE - 2013 FULL TEST – 1 MARKS: 232

SECTION - I PHYSICS

## PART I: Single Correct Answer Type

This section contains 6 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct. (+3, –1)

## 1. A motor cyclist is trying to jump across a path as shown in fig. by driving

horizontally off a cliff A at a speed of 5 ms1 . Ignore air resistance and take
g = 10 ms 2 . The speed with which he touches peak B is

## (a) 20 ms1 (b) 12 ms1

(c) 25 ms 1 (d) 15 ms1

2. The system shown in fig. is released from rest with mass 2 kg in contact with the ground. Pulley and
spring are mass less, and friction is absent everywhere. The speed of 5 kg block when 2 kg block
leaves the contact with the ground is (force constant of the spring k  40 Nm1 and g  10 ms1 )

## (a) 2 ms 1 (b) 2 2ms 1 (c) 2 ms1 (d) 2 ms 1

3. In fig. a sphere of radius 2 m rolls on a plank. The acceleration of the sphere and the plank are
indicated. The value of  is

4. In the circuit shown in fig. when the switch is closed, the capacitor charges with a time constant

1
(a) RC (b) 2 RC (c) RC (d) RC log 2
2

5. A uniform magnetic field of induction B fills a cylindrical volume of radius R. A rod AB of length 2l
is placed as shown in fig. If B is changing at the rate dB/dt, the emf that is produced by the changing
magnetic field and that acts between the ends of the rod is

dB dB
(a) l R 2  l2 (b) l R 2  l2
dt dt
1 dB 1 dB
(c) l R 2  l2 (d) l R 2  l2
2 dt 2 dt

6. A thin equiconvex lens    3 2  of focal length 10 cm is cut and separated and a material of
refractive index 3 is filled between them. What is the focal length of the combination?

## (a) – 10 cm (b) – 10/4 cm (c) – 10/3 cm (d) None of these

PART II: Multiple Correct Answer(s) Type

This section contains 5 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A),
(B), (C) or (D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct. (+4, –1)

## 7. A transverse sinusoidal wave of amplitude, wavelength  and frequency f is travelling on a stretched

string. The maximum speed at any point on the string is (v/10) where v is the speed of propagation of
the wave. If a  103 m and v = 10 m/s, then  and f are given by:
(a)   2  102 m (b)   103 m (c) f  103  2  Hz (d) f  104 Hz

## 8. For a sound wave travelling towards +x direction, sinusoidal longitudinal displacement  at a

certain time is given as a function of x. If bulk modulus of air is B  5  105 N m 2 , the variation of
excess pressure will be

(a) (b)

(c) (d)

## 9. Three moles of an ideal gas CP  7 2 R at Pressure PA and temperature TA is isothermally expanded

to twice its initial volume. It is then compressed at constant pressure to its original volume. Finally
the gas is compressed at constant volume to the original pressure PA . The correct P – V and P – T
diagrams indicating the process are

(a) (b)
(c) (d)

10. A thin, symmetrical double convex lens of power P is cut into three parts A, B and C as shown. The
power of

## (a) A is P (b) A is 2P (c) B is P/2 (d) C is P/4

11. In the circuit shown in figure, some potential differences is applied between A and B. The equivalent
resistance between A and B is R

## (a) No current flows through the 5 resistor. (b) R  15 

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(c) R  12.5  (d) R  
5

## PART III: PARAGRAPH TYPE

This section contains 4 multiple choice questions relating to three paragraphs with two
questions on each paragraph. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which
ONLY ONE is correct. (+3,0)

## PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTIONS 12 AND 13

Nuclei of a radioactive element X are being produced at a constant rate K and this element decays to
a stable nucleus Y with a decay constant  and half – life T1 2 . At time t = 0, there are N 0 nuclei of
the element X.

## 12. The number N x of nuclei of X at time t  T1 2 is

K  N 0 1  K 1
(a) (b)  2N0  K  (c)  N 0   (d) Data insufficient
2   2
13. The number NY of nuclei of Y at time t is
 K   N 0  t K  N 0  K  N 0  t K  N 0
(a) Kt   e  (b) Kt   e 
       
 K  N 0  t  K  N 0  t
(c) Kt   e (d) Kt   e
     

## PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTIONS 14 AND 15

A spring having a spring constant k is fixed to a vertical wall as shown in fig. A block of mass m
moves with velocity v towards the spring from a parallel wall opposite to this wall. The mass hits the
free end of the spring compressing it and is decelerated by the spring force and comes to rest and
then turns back till the spring acquires its natural length and contact with the spring is broken. In this
process, it regains its linear speed in the opposite direction and makes a perfect elastic collision on
the opposite left wall and starts moving with same speed as before towards right. The above process
are repeated and there is periodic oscillations.

## 14. What is the maximum compression produced in the spring?

m m k
(a) v (b) (c) v mk (d) v
k k m

## 15. What is the time period of oscillations?

m m L m 2L m L
(a)  (b)  (c)   (d)  
k k v k v k v

## PART IV: Integer Answer Type

This section contains 4 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit
integer, ranging from 0 to 9 (both inclusive) (+5,–1)

16. What is the velocity (in cm/s) of image in situation shown below.(O = object, f = focal length).
Object moves with velocity 10 cm/s and mirror moves with velocity 2 cm/s as shown.
17. Two identical conducting rod are first, connected independently to two vessels, one containing water
at 1000 and the other containing ice at 00 C. In the second case, rods are joined end to end and are
connected to the same vessels. If q1 and q 2 (in g/s) are the rates of melting of ice in two cases, then
find the ratio of q1 q 2 .

18. Find the potential differences (in V) between points A and B shown in the circuit.

19. A wire carrying current i has the configuration shown in fig. Two semi infinite straight sections, each
tangent to the same circle, are connected by a circular arc, of angle  , along the circumference of the
circle, with all sections lying in the same plane. What must  (in rad) be in order for B to be zero at
the center of circle?

## PART V: Matrix Match Type

This section contains 1 question. Each question contains statements given in two columns, which have
to be matched. The statements in Column-I are labelled A, B, C and D, while the statements in
Column - II are labelled p, q, r, s and t. Any given statement in Column-I can have correct matching
with ONE OR MORE statement(s) in Column- II. The appropriate bubbles corresponding to the
answers to these questions have to be darkened as illustrated in the following example: If the correct
matches are A - p , s and t ; B - q and r ; C - p and q ; and D - s and t. (+8, –1)

## Match the entries of Column I with Column II.

Column – I Column – II
i. Acceleration of B a. Towards left
ii. Acceleration of C w.r.t. B b. Towards right
iii. Acceleration of A w.r.t. C c. At some angle  with horizontal
 0    900 
iv. Acceleration of B w.r.t. A d. At some angle  with vertical  0    90 0 

1. D 2. B 3. C 4. A 5. A 6. C 7. A, C

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SECTION - II CHEMISTRY

## PART I: Single Correct Answer Type

This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct. (+3, –1)

## 1. The product of the following reaction,

CH3 
H/ H 2O
 ?
OOH
would be
CH3 CH3
(a) (b)
O OH
CH2
(c) (d)
O O
OH

Cl

2. Mg
 (
i ) CH3CHO
  Product
Br Et 2O (ii ) aq. NH 4 Cl

## The product of above reaction is

O = C  CH3 Cl

(a) (b)
Br COCH3
Br CH(OH)CH3

(c) (d)
CH(OH)CH3 Cl

3. When 150 ml of ozonized oxygen was passed through red hot tube, the volume increased by 10 ml
then the volume percentage of ozone in the sample is
(a) 25% (b) 51%
(c) 13.33% (d) 17.84%

4. The volume of water needed to dissolve 1 mg of PbSO4 (Ksp = 1.44  108 M2) at 25°C is
approximately (molar mass of Pb = 207)
(a) 10 ml (b) 27 ml
(c) 43 ml (d) 80 ml

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Cl
T D
Fe / 
Br
2 /  X
5.

SiMe3
The product of the reaction (X) will be
Cl Br
T D T D

(a) (b)

Br SiMe3
Cl Cl
T D Br D

(c) (d)
Br
SiMe3 SiMe3

## 6. Which of the following is a salt of sulphurous acid ?

(a) NaHSO4 (b) Na2S2O3
(c) Na2S4O6 (d) Na2S2O5

7. The solution of weak acid H2N2O2 decomposes spontaneously at room temperature. The gaseous
product obtained is
(a) NO (b) N2O
(c) N2 (d) NO2

## 8. The correct statement for different solvents at constant temperature is

(a) The higher is the molar mass of solvent larger is Kb.
(b) The higher is the molar mass of solvent smaller is Kb.
(c) The higher is the molar mass of solvent larger is Kf.
(d) The higher is the molar mass of solvent smaller is Kf.

## PART II: Multiple Correct Answer(s) Type

This section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A),
(B), (C) or (D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct. (5, –2)

## 9. Which of the following is/are true for 3Methyl butanone

(a) This compound is an isomer of 4penten1ol
(b) It may be prepared by acidic Hg2+ catalyzed hydration of 3methyl1butyne
(c) It may prepared by CrO3 oxidation of 2methyl2butanol
(d) It can not give positive iodoform test.

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10. In blast furnace a charge of oxide ore, limestone and coke is feed for metallurgical extraction of iron.
The correct statements regarding the process is/are
(a) at the top of furnace the reducing agent is CO
(b) at the top of furnace the reducing agent is C
(c) at the top of furnace the reducing agent is CO2
(d) at the bottom of furnace the reducing agent is C

11. The correct facts regarding shape and hybridization of complexes [CuCl5]3 and [Ni(CN)5]3 will be
(a) both have similarly hybridized states on central metal ion
(b) both have different shapes
(c) both have different hybridized states on central metal ion
(d) both have similar shapes

12. On the basis of following graphs between volume of gas adsorbed and pressure of gas

V(cc/g) V(cc/g)
I II

P(torr) P(torr)
which of the following is/are correct ?
(a) graph I is of chemisorption (b) graph II is of physiosorption
(c) graph II is of chemisorption (d) graph I is of physiosorption

## PART III: PARAGRAPH TYPE

This section contains 3 multiple choice questions relating to three paragraphs with two
questions on each paragraph. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which
ONLY ONE is correct. (+4, –1)

## PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTIONS 13 TO 15

Hardness of water is due to the presence of bicarbonates, chlorides and sulphates of calcium and magnesium
in it. These calcium and magnesium ion reacts with the anions of fatty acids present in soaps to form curdy
white precipitates. As a results, hard water does not produce lather with soap immediately.
2C17H35COONa+ + CaCl2   (C17H35COO)2Ca + 2NaCl
soap from hard water curdy white ppt
Hardness is of two types
1. Temporary hardness : It is due to presence of calcium and magnesium bicarbonate. It is simply
removed by boiling

Ca(HCO3)2  CaCO3(s) + CO2 + H2O

Mg(HCO3)2  MgCO3(s) + CO2 + H2O
Temporary harness can also be removed by addition of quick lime, CaO.
Ca(HCO3)2 + CaO   2CaCO3(s) + H2O
2. Permanent hardness : It is due to presence of sulphate and chloride of calcium and magnesium. It
is removed by treating hard water with washing soda.
CaCl2 + Na2CO3   CaCO3(s) + 2NaCl
CaSO4 + Na2CO3   CaCO3(s) + Na2SO4

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Permanent hardness can also be removed by ion exchange resin process. In this process Ca2+ and
Mg2+ ions present in hard water are exchanged by those present in ion exchangers.
2RH + CaCl2   R2Ca + 2HCl
The degree of hardness of water is measured in terms of ppm of CaCO3. If any hard water sample
contain 120 ppm of MgSO4, its hardness in terms of CaCO3 is equal to 100 ppm.

13. A sample of hard water contains 96 ppm of SO24 and 183 ppm of HCO 3 , with Ca2+ as the only
cation. How many moles of CaO will be required to remove HCO 3 from 1000 kg of this water ?
(a) 3 (b) 1.5
(c) 2 (d) 1

14. One litre sample of hard water contains 136 mg of CaSO4 and 190 mg of MgCl2. What is the total
hardness of water in terms of CaCO3 ?
(a) 100 ppm (b) 200 ppm
(c) 300 ppm (d) 150 ppm

15. A 200 g sample of hard water is passed through the column of cation exchange resin. The treated
water required 50 ml of 0.1 M NaOH for complete neutralization. What is the hardness of Ca2+ ion in
ppm ?
(a) 250 ppm (b) 500 ppm
(c) 750 ppm (d) 350 ppm

## PART IV: Integer Answer Type

This section contains 4 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit
integer, ranging from 0 to 9 (both inclusive) (+4, 0)

16. A NaCl
  yellow solution 1
 B NaOH .H
 Blue solution.
H 2SO 4 2. H 2 O 2

(orange red)
The blue colour obtained at the end of reaction is due to salt formation. The oxidation number of the
metal in the salt is

17. Find the quantum numbers of the excited state of electrons in He + ion which on transition to ground
state and first excited state emit two photons of wavelengths, 30.4 nm and 108.5 nm respectively. (R-
7 1
H = 1.09678  10 m )

18. Electron is now a days considered as probability wave function with quantized angular momentum
and energy. The angular momentum of e in 1s orbital is.

19. The number of atomic orbitals involved in the hybridization at central metal ion of [K3Fe(CN)6] are

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PART V: Matrix Match Type

This section contains 1 question. Each question contains statements given in two columns, which have
to be matched. The statements in Column-I are labelled A, B, C and D, while the statements in
Column - II are labelled p, q, r, s and t. Any given statement in Column-I can have correct matching
with ONE OR MORE statement(s) in Column- II. The appropriate bubbles corresponding to the
answers to these questions have to be darkened as illustrated in the following example: If the correct
matches are A - p , s and t ; B - q and r ; C - p and q ; and D - s and t. (+8, 0)

20.
ColumnI ColumnII
(Substitution reactions of benzene) (Characteristics)
(A) Iodination (p) Irreversible.
(B) Nitration (q) Reversible.
(C) Sulphonation (r) Shows kinetic isotopic effect.
(D) Chlorination (s) Follows reactivity selectivity
principle.
(t) Electrophilic substitution.

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CHEMISTRY FULL SYLLABUS PAPER – 1 (Key Hints & Solution)
1. c
CH3 CH3 CH3
  H 2O H 2O
O  OH2  
 
O+ H O OH O
OH
Hemiketal
2. d
Aryl chlorides do not form Grignard reagents in ether and THF is necessary as solvent, while aryl
bromide and iodide readily react in ether solution.
The aqueous NH4Cl is used to prevent the possibility of dehydration of alcohol which might occur if
acid is used.
Cl Cl
Cl Cl O
CH3  C
H NH Cl
Mg
 CH  CH3 
4
Et 2O CH  CH3
Br MgBr
OMgBr OH
3. c
Let x ml ozone be present in 150 ml of ozonized oxygen.
2O3 heated
 3O2
tube
x ml 3/2 x ml
Increasment in volume due to decomposition of ozone = 0.5 x = 10 ml
 x = 20 ml
20
Therefore, percentage of ozone in ozonized oxygen =  100 = 13.33%
150
4. b
Solubility of PbSO4 = K sp = 1.44  108 = 1.2  10 4 M
or Solubility of PbSO4 = 1.2  10–4  303  103 = 36.36 mg litre–1
1000
 Volume of water needed to dissolve 1 mg of PbSO4 = = 27.5 ml
36.36
5. a
The reaction is known as bromodesilylation.
6. d
Sulphurous acid is actually aqueous solution of SO2
2NaOH + 2SO2   Na2S2O5 + H2O
7. b
Hyponitrous acid is hydrate of nitrous oxide.
8. a
As most liquids follow Trouton’s rule which provides constant value of S ovap  90 J/K.
RMT02 RMT0
So K b  
H 0V S 0V
as R and  S 0V are constant so Kb is proportional to MT0 (T0 increases along with M) while, S0f may
vary with a good deal particularly when M is very high.
9. a, b
10. a, d
Both C and CO act as reducing agent. Being gas CO reduction is achieved at the top of furnace at
lower temperature of 250 oC.
11. b, c
[CuCl5]3 is d z sp 3 hybridized and trigonal bipyramidal in shape while [Ni(CN)5]3 is d x 2  y 2 sp 3
hybridized and square pyramidal in shape.
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12. a, b
As chemisorption is monolayer phenomenon while physiosorption is multilayered adsorption.
13. b
Ca(HCO3)2 + CaO   2CaCO3 + H2O
mole of CaO required = mole of Ca(HCO3)2
1 183
=  = 1.5 moles.
2 61
14. c
136 mg of CaSO4  100 mg of CaCO3
190 mg of MgCl2  2  100 mg of CaCO3
1000 g hard water sample contains 300 mg of CaCO3
300  10 3
106 g hard water sample contains =  10 6 g CaCO3
1000
= 300 ppm.
15. b
moles of H+ in treated water = mole of NaOH required for neutralization
= 50  10 3  0.1
1
mole of Ca2+ in hard water sample =  mole of H+ in treated water
2
1
=  50  103  0.1
2
1
mass of Ca2+ in hard water sample =  50  103  0.1  40
2
= 0.1 g
2+ 0.1
Hardness of Ca in ppm =  10 6 = 500 ppm.
200
16. 6
H
K2Cr2O7 + H2SO4 + Cl   CrO2Cl2 NaOH  Na2CrO4  Na2Cr2O7
(A) (B) (yellow) H2O2

## blue colour of CrO5

17. 5
1 1 1
 R H Z2  2  2 
  n1 n 2 
For n1 = 1, n2 = ?
1 1 1 
9
 1.09678  107  4 2  2 
30.4  10 1 n 2 
 n2 = 2
For n1 = 2 (first excited state), n2 = ?
1 1 1
9
 1.09678  107  4 2  2 
108.5  10 2 n2 
 n2 = 5
18. 0
h
L    1
2
as for 1 s orbital  = 0  L = 0
19. 6
This octahedral complex involve d2sp 3 hybridization which is hybrid of 6 atomic orbitals.

20. A–q, r, t, B– p, t. C– q, r, t. D– p, t
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SECTION III : MATHEMATICS

## PART I : Single Correct Answer Type

This section contains 6 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A),
(B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct. (+3, –1)

1 1 1
1. Let f     1 1  sin  1 . Number of solutions of the equation f     0 in 0    2 , is
1 1 1  cos 
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4

3
2. If     and      , then
2
(A) tan  , tan  , tan  are in H.P.. (B) tan  , tan  , tan  are in H.P..
(C) tan  , tan  , tan  are in A.P.. (D) tan  , tan  , tan  are in A.P..

## 3. If f  x  is a diffrentiable function such that f '  2   6 and f ' 1  4 ,

f  h 3  3h  2   f  2 
then Lim equals
h 0 f  2h  2h 2  1  f 1

4 4 3 9
(A) (B) (C) (D)
3 9 4 4

4. If f  x   2ex  c ln x monotonically increases for every x   0,   , then the true set of values of c is

 1   2 
(A)  ,  (B)  ,  (C)  0,   (D)  , 0
 e   e 

## (A) 1, 3 (B) 1,3 (C)  ,1   3,   (D)  ,1   3,  

6
1  sin x
6. The value of the difinite integral 
0
cos x
dx is equal to

(A) 2 ln  8 6 4 3  (B) 2 ln  8 6 4 3 
1
(C) ln 2 (D) 2 ln 2
2
PART II : Multiple Correct Answer(s) Type

This section contains 5 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A),
(B), (C) and (D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct. (+5, –2)

## 7. Which of the following is(are) incorrect?

(A) If f  x   sin x and g  x   l n x then range of g  f  x   is  1, 1 .
(B) If x 2  ax  9  x x  R then 5  a  7 .
1 1
(C) If f  x    2011  x 2012  2012 then f  f  2    .
2
x 2  4x  30
(D) The function f : R  R defined as f  x   is not surjective.
x 2  8x  18
8. An arithmetic sequence consists of ten positive integers. the sum of the terms in the sequence lies in
the interval (180, 190). If the fifth term in the sequence is 17. Then which of the following statement(s)
is/are correct
(A) Common difference of sequence equals 3.
(B) Second term in the sequence is 8.
(C) Number of prime numbers in the sequence is 5.
(D) No term in the sequence is perfect square.

9. Let P  sin 25 sin 35 sin 60 sin 85 and Q  sin 20 sin 40 sin 75 sin 80 .
Which of the following relation(s) is(are) correct?
(A) P  Q  0 (B) P  Q  0 (C) P 2  Q2  1 (D) P 2  Q 2  0

 2x  1 sin  2 x  0  x  1
10. Let f  x   
0 x 0

## If Rolle’s theorem is applicable to f  x  for x   0,1 , then  can be

(A) 0 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) 3

11. Let f : R  1, 0,1 be defined as f  x   sgn sin x . Which of the following statyement(s) is(are)
correct? [Note : sgn k and {k} denotes signum of k and fractional part of k respectively.]
(A) f  x  is periodic function (B) L im f  x   1

x
2


 f  x  dx  0

## PART III : Paragraph Type

This section contains 4 multiple choice questions relating to three paragraphs with two
questions on each paragraph. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of
which ONLY ONE is correct. (+4, –1)

x z
x
Let f be continuous function satisfying the equation  f  t  dt   t  f  x  t  dt  e 1.
0

10
12.  f  x  dx is equal to
0

## (A) e 1 (B) –1 (C) 1 (D) e 1

13. f '  0  has the value equal to
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) –1 (D) e

PASSAGE 2
Let f  x   a  x  2  x  b  , where a, b  R and a  0.

3 2 2  2 b
Also f  f  x    a  x   2  b  x  2b    x   2  b  x  2b   , a  0.
 a  a
has exactly one real zeroes 5.

14. The slope of the straight line passing through O(0, 0) and tangent to y  f  x  , can be
4 2
(A) 4 (B) 2 (C) (D)
9 9

2

## PART IV : Integer Answer Type

This section contains 4 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit integer,
ranging from 0 to 9 (both inclusive). (+4, 0)

16. In a triangle ABC, if AB  2 , Length of median BD to side AC is 1 and  BDA  , then area of
6
m n
triangle ABC equals , where m, n  N. Find  m  n  .
4

n
1  sin x   e x
17. If f  x  Lim n where x   2 , 2  ,
n 
1  1  sin x 

## then find the total number of points of discontinuity of f  x  .

18. Tangent lines are drawn at the points P and Q. where f "  x  vanishes for the function f  x   cos x

on  0, 2  . The tangent lines at P and Q intersect each other at R so as to from a triangle PQR. If area
of trangle PQR is k 2 , then find the value of 36k.

19. Let ABC be a right angled triangle with B  90 and C  30 . If the inradius of triangle ABC is 1, then
the area of triangle is L M  N (where L, M, N are natural numbers).
Find the minimum value of  L  M  N 
PART V: Matrix Match Type

This section contains 1 question. Each question contains statements given in two columns, which have to
be matched. The statements in Column-I are labelled A, B, C and D, while the statements in Column -
II are labelled p, q, r, s and t. Any given statement in Column-I can have correct matching with ONE OR
MORE statement(s) in Column- II. The appropriate bubbles corresponding to the answers to these
questions have to be darkened as illustrated in the following example: If the correct matches are A - p , s
and t ; B - q and r ; C - p and q ; and D - s and t. (+8, 0)

## 20. Column-I Column-II

(A) The absolute value of k for which curves x 2  kxy 2  2 and (P) 1
3x 2 y  y 3  2 are orthoginal, is
n
2 2k 
(B) The value of   2   isnot dividivisible by (Q) 2
k 1 n  n 

cos  ,  sin  
(C) If A   , then the number of value of    0, 6  (R) 3
 sin  cos  
[Note : I as an identity matrix of order 2 and PT denote transpose
of matrix P.] (S) 4
4
x 2  14x  49
(D) The value of definite integral  2 dx is indsivible by (T) 5
6
x  2x  37
ANDHERI / BORIVALI / DADAR / CHEMBUR / THANE / MULUND/ NERUL / POWAI
FULL TEST – 1 (ADVANCED PATTERN)
PAPER - I

PHYSICS

1. D 2. B 3. C 4. A 5. A 6. C 7. A, C

## 20. i.  b.,ii.  a., iii  c.,d., iv.  c.,d.

CHEMISTRY

1. C 2. D 3. C 4. B 5. A 6. D 7. B

## 15. B 16. 6 17. 5 18. 0 19. 6

20. A–Q, R, T, B– P, T. C– Q, R, T. D– P, T

MATHS

1. C 2. C 3. D 4. D 5. C 6. B 7. AC