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Vidyamandir Classes I.P. PRACTICE TEST – 2/2010 SECTION : 1 (PHYSICS) 1. The radius of nucleus

I.P. PRACTICE TEST 2/2010

SECTION : 1 (PHYSICS)

1. The radius of nucleus is

(A)

MLT

2

r r

0

(B)

A

1

/

3

, where A is mass number. The dimensions of r 0 is :

M

0

0

L T

1

(C)

M LT

0

0

(D)

None of these

1   (C)  M LT    0 0 (D) None of these
1   (C)  M LT    0 0 (D) None of these
1   (C)  M LT    0 0 (D) None of these

2. The resultant of two vectors P and Q is R . If the vectors Q is reversed, then the resultant

R . If the vectors Q is reversed, then the resultant 2 becomes S , then

2

becomes S , then choose the correct option.

(A)

R

R

2

 

S S

2

  2 P P   Q Q

2

2

2

2

2

(C)

(B)

(D)

R

R

2

2

2

  S S   2 2

2

P P

2

2

  Q Q

2

2

S S   2 2 2   P P 2 2   Q

3. If a particle is moving on an elliptical path given by r bcostiˆ asint ˆj , then find its radial

 a s i n  t ˆ j , then find its radial acceleration along

acceleration along r

(A)

t ˆ j , then find its radial acceleration along r (A)  r (B) r

r

(B)

r
r

2 (C)

2

r
r

4. In the arrangement shown in figure, the ends P and Q of an inextensible string move downwards with uniform speed u. Pulleys A and B are fixed. The mass m moves upwards with a speed

(A)

(C)

2ucos

2u

cos

(B)

(D)

u

cos

ucos

(D) None of these A   B P Q u M u
(D)
None of these
A
B
P
Q
u
M
u

5. Observer O 1 is in a lift going upwards and O 2 is on the ground. Both apply Newton’s law, and measure normal reaction on the body

(A)

the both measure the same value

(B)

the both measure zero

(C)

the both measure different value

(D)

no sufficient data

both measure different value (D) no sufficient data 6. Two blocks of masses M = 3

6. Two blocks of masses M = 3 kg and m = 2 kg are in contact on a horizontal table. A constant horizontal force F = 5 N is applied to block M as shown. There is a constant frictional force on 2N between the table and the block m but no frictional force between the table and the first block M, then acceleration of the two blocks is :

(A)

(C)

0.4

0.8

ms ms  

2

2

(B)

(D)

0.6

1

ms

2

ms

2

is : (A) (C) 0 . 4 0 . 8 ms ms   2 2

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7. In circular motion :

(A)

Radial acceleration is non-zero

(B)

Radial velocity is zero

(C)

Body is in equilibrium

(D)

All of these

8. A small sphere of mass m is suspended by a thread of length l. It is raised upto the height of suspension with thread fully stretched and released. Then the maximum tension in thread will be :

(A)

mg

(B)

2 mg

(C)

3 mg

(D)

6 mg

: (A) mg (B) 2 mg (C) 3 mg (D) 6 mg 9. A wind powered

9. A wind powered generator converts wind energy into electrical energy. Assume that the generator converts a fixed fraction of the wind energy intercepted by its blades into electrical energy for wind speed v, the electrical power output will be proportional to :

(A) v

(B)

v 2

(C)

v 3

(D)

v 4

10. Centre of mass of a semicircular plate of radius R, the density of which linearly varies with distance, d at centre to a value 2d at circumference is :

 

3R

4

R

(A)

from centre

(B)

from centre

 

2

5R

7

R

(C)

from centre

(D)

from centre

 

5

11. In the given figure, the sphere rolls without slipping on the plank which is moving with constant velocity v 0 . The radius and angular velocity of the sphere is r and respectively. The velocity of centre of mass of the sphere is :

(A)

v0 r

(B)

(C)

r

(D)

v0 v0 r

r  (B) (C) r  (D) v 0 v 0  r  12. A

12. A weightless rod of length l carries two equal masses m one fixed at the end and other in the middle of the rod. The rod can revolve in a vertical plane about A. Then horizontal velocity which must be imparted to end C of rod to deflect it to horizontal position is :

(A)

(B)(A) 3gl

3gl
3gl

(C)

(D)(C) 2gl

2gl
2gl
position is : (A) (B) 3gl (C) (D) 2gl 13. A gravitational field is present in

13. A gravitational field is present in a region. A point mass is shifted from A to B, from different paths shown in the figure. If W 1 , W 2 and W 3 represent work done by gravitational force for respective paths. Then :

(A)

(C)

W1 W1 W3 W2 W2 W3 (D)

(B) W1 W2 W3

None of these

1  W 3  W 2  W 2  W 3 (D) (B) W

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14. Two point masses of 3 kg and 1 kg are attached to opposite ends of a horizontal spring whose

spring constant is 300 N/m as shown in figure. The natural vibration frequency of the system is of order :

(A)

4 Hz

(B)

3 Hz

(C)

2 Hz

(D)

1 Hz

4 Hz (B) 3 Hz (C) 2 Hz (D) 1 Hz 15. From the ceiling of

15. From the ceiling of a train a pendulum of length ‘lis suspended. The train is moving with an acceleration a 0 on horizontal surface. What must be the period of oscillation of pendulum ?

(A)

(C)

l  T  2     g   l  T
l
T
 2
 
  g
 
l
T 
 
  a
2
g
2
 
0

(B)

(D)

T

T

2

2

 l   a 2  g 2    0
l
a
2
g
2
  
0
 l  2  a 2  g    0
l
 2
 a
2
g
  
0

16. The excess pressure inside a soap bubble of radius 4 cm is 30 dyne/cm 2 . The surface tension is :

(A)

30 dyne/cm

 

(B)

17. A body of mass

m

=

10

kg

angular

wire =

(A)

velocity

4.8 10 exeyez

4 rad/s

7

with

N / m

2

is given by :

(A)

20 dyne/cm

(C)

40 dyne/cm

horizontal

m ez exey

10

6

1 rad/s

2

)

(D)

80 dyne/cm

is attached to a wire of length

it

can

be

8 rad/s

rotated

(C)

in

a

0.3m. Calculate the maximum

circle (Breaking stress of

which

and area of cross-section of a wire =

(B)

(D)

2 rad/s

18. The linear strain in x, y and z-directions are ex , ey and ez respectively. Then the volumetric strain

(B)

ex ey ez

(C)

(D)

e

z

e

x

e

y

2

19. Wave of frequency 500 Hz has a phase velocity 360 m/s. The phase difference between two

displacement at a certain point at time

10

(A)

radian

(B)

radian

2

3

s

apart will be :

(C)

radian

4

(D)

2radian

20. Figures shows the vibrations of four air coloumn. The ratio of frequencies np :nq : nr : ns is :

The ratio of frequencies n p : n q : n r : n s is
The ratio of frequencies n p : n q : n r : n s is
The ratio of frequencies n p : n q : n r : n s is

(A) 12 : 6 : 3 : 4

(B)

1

:

2 : 4 : 3

(C)

4 :

2 :

3

:

1

(D)

4 :

3 :

2 : 1

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21. There is a road between two parallel rows of building and distance between the rows of building is 106 m. Find the velocity of car if a car blows a horn whose echo is heard by the driver after 1s. (Given : Speed of sound = 340 m/s)

(A)

180 m/s

(B)

165 m/s

(C)

323 m/s

(D)

150 m/s

22. A second’s pendulum clock having steel wire is calibrated at 20C . When temperature is increased

to 30C , then how much time does the clock lose or gain in one week ?

(A)

0.3628 s

(B)

3.626 s

(C)

362.8 s

steel

(D)

1 2

.

10

5

36.23 s

C

1

23. Four molecules of a gas have speeds 1, 2, 3 and 4 km/s. The value of the root-mean square speed of the gas molecules is :

(A)

1 15 km / s
1
15 km / s

2

(B)

1 10 2
1
10
2

km / s

(C)

2.5

km/s

(D)

15      2 
15
 
  
2

km / s

24. If the temperature of 3 moles of helium gas is increased by 2 K., then the change in the internal energy of helium gas is :

(A)

70.0 J

(B)

68.2 J

(C)

74.8 J

25. An ideal monoatomic gas is taken around the cycle ABCDA as shown in the P-V diagram. The work done during cycle is given by :

1

(A)

2 PV

(B)

PV

(C)

2PV

(D)

4PV

(D)

78.2 J

P V (B) PV (C) 2 PV (D) 4 PV (D) 78.2 J 26. Find the

26. Find the time in which a layer of ice of thickness h will grow on the surface of the pond of surface area A, when the surrounding temperature falls to TC . (Assume K = thermal conductivity of ice = density of water, L = latent heat of fusion)

(A)

t

L

h

2

2 KT

(B)

t

L

KT

h

2

(C)

t

Lh

2

3

KT

(D)

t

Lh

2

4 KT

27. What amount of ice at 14C , required to cool 200 g of water from 25C (Given : Cice 0.5 cal / gC , L f for ice = 80 cal/g)

21 g

28. Calculate the time taken by the light to travel a distance of 500 metre in water of refractive index of

?

to 10C

(A)

31 g

(B)

41 g

(C)

51 g

(D)

4/3 (Given : velocity of light in vacuum =

(A)

10 3 sec 10

6

3

10

10

sec

(B)

2.22

10 cm / s )

(C)

4.3

10

5

sec

(D)

3

10

6

sec

29. How many image are formed by the lens shown if an object is kept on its axis ?

(A)

one

(B)

two

(C)

three

(D)

four

? (A) one (B) two (C) three (D) four 30. If n coherent source of intensity

30. If n coherent source of intensity I 0 are super imposed at a point, the intensity of the point is :

(A) nI0

(B)

n

2

I0

(C)

3

nI0

(D) I0 / n

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31. A point charge Q is placed at the centre of a circular wire of radius R having charge q. The force of electrostatic interaction between point charge and the wire is :

(A)

qQ

4

 R

0

2

(B) zero

(C)

q

2

4

 R

0

is : (A) qQ 4  R 0 2 (B) zero (C) q 2 4 

(D) None of these

32. What is the electric field intensity at a point at a distance 20 cm on a line making an angle of 45with the axis of the dipole of moment 10 C-m is ?

(A)

(C)

1.77

17.7

  10 10

13

13

V V / / m m

(B)

(D)

13

177 0.177 10 10 V V / m / m

13

33. In a region electric field is parallel to x-axis. The equation of equipotential surface is :

(A)

y = C

(B)

x = C

(C)

z = C

(D)

None of these

34. Two spherical conductors A 1 and A 2 of radii r 1 and r 2 are placed concentrically in air. The two are connected by a copper wire as shown in figure. Then the equivalent capacitance of the system is :

(A)

(C)

4



0

Kr r

1

2

r

2

r

1

40 r2

(B)

40

r2

r1

(D)

40

r1

 r 2  r 1  (D) 4  0 r 1 35. An air

35. An air filled parallel plate capacitor has a capacitance of

10

12

F . The separation of the plates is

. The

doubled and wax is inserted between them, which increases the capacitance to

dielectric constant of wax is :

2

10

12

F

(A)

2

(B)

3

(C)

36. What is R ?

 

(A)

8442

(B) 62

 

(C)

(D)

None of these

 

1

37. The dimension of

 0 0

0
0

are same as :

 

E

B

(A)

(B)

(C)

 

B

E

4

(D)

8

E B (A) (B) (C)   B E 4 (D) 8 E 2 B 2 (D)

E 2

B 2

(D)

E      B 
E
 
  
B

38. Three similar magnetic south poles each of strength 10 Am are placed at the corners of an equilibrium triangle of 20 cm. Find the magnetic force on one of the pole :

(A)

0.25

10

3

N

(B)

10

3

N

39. An atom is paramagnetic if it has :

(A)

an electric dipole moment

(C)

a magnetic moment

(C)

(B)

(D)

10

10

3

N

(D) None of these

no magnetic moment no electric dipole moment

40. The formula used for calculating induced emf in a rod moving in a uniform magnetic field is :

(A)

emf in a rod moving in a uniform magnetic field is : (A) e  B

e B .1 v (B)

field is : (A) e  B .  1  v  (B) e 

e B .1 . v (C)

 1  v  (B) e  B .  1 . v  (C)

e B 1 . v (D)

 1 . v  (C) e  B   1 . v  (D)

e B 1 v

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41. An A.C. source of voltage V = 100 sin100t is connected to a resistor of resistance 20.

The rms value of current through resistor is :

(A)

10 A

42. An alternating

voltage :

(B)

10

is : (A) 10 A 42. An alternating voltage : (B) 1 0 2 A (C)

2

A

(C)

5

: (A) 10 A 42. An alternating voltage : (B) 1 0 2 A (C) 5

2

A

V 30sin50t 40cos50t

resistance 10. The rms value of current through resistor is :

(A)

5 2 A

rms value of current through resistor is : (A) 5 2 A (B) 1 0 2

(B)

10 2 A 1 0 2 A

(C)

7 2 A 7 2 A

 

(D)

None of these

 

is

applied

to

a

resistor

of

(D)

7A

43. If the velocity of an electron is doubled, its de-Broglie frequency will be :

(A)

half

(B)

remain same

(C)

doubled

(D)

become four times

44. The magnetic of the de Broglie wavelength of an electron (e), proton (p), neutron (n) and

- particle all having the same energy of MeV, in the increasing order will follow the sequence

(A) e , p , n ,

45. If the uncertainity in the position of a particle is equal to its de-Broglie wavelength, the minimum uncertainity in its velocity should be :

(B)

, n , p , e

(C)

e , n , p ,

(D)

p , e , , n

(A)

1

4

(B)

v

4

(C)

v

4

m

(D)

mv

4

46. The binding energy expressed in MeV is given for the following nuclear reactions

2

He

3

0

1

n 

2

He

4

20MeV

Which of the following conclusion is correct ?

2

He

4

0

1

n 

2

5

He 0.9MeV

(A)

2 He 4 is less stable than both 2 He 3 and 2 He 5

(B)

2 He 4 is less stable than both 2 He 3 but more stable than 2 He 5

(C)

2 He 4 is less stable than 2 He 5 but more stable than 2 He 3

(D)

2 He 4 is more stable than both 2 He 3 and 2 He 5

47. Half-life period of a given radioactive sample is . Its average life would be :

(A)

ln2

(B)

(C)

1

(D) ln2

 

ln2

48. What does it represent ?

 
48. What does it represent ?  

(A)

OR

(B)

AND

(C)

NAND

(D)

NOR

49. The universe is :

 

(A)

expanding (B)

contracting

(C)

constant in size

(D)

increases northwards and decreases southwards

50. The spectrum of stars is most closely related to :

(A) colour

(B)

pressure

(C)

distance from earth

(D)

mass

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I.P. PRACTICE TEST 2/2010

SECTION : 2 (CHEMISTRY)

1. The last unpaired electron of chlorine has quantum number values as :

 

n

l

m

s

 

1

1

(A)

3

2

1

(B)

3

1

+1

 

2

2

1

1

(C)

3

1

2

(D)

3

0

0

 

2

2

2. The nitrate which does not give NO 2 on heating :

 

(A)

NaNO 3

(B)

Pb(NO 3 ) 2

(C)

AgNO 3

(D)

Cu(NO 3 ) 2

3. Volume of gas at NTP is

1.12

(A)

3.01 10

20

(B)

10 3.01 10

7

c.c. Calculate the number of molecules in it :

12

(C)

3.0110

23

(D)

3.01 10

4. Monoclinic crystal has dimension :

(A)

a

b

c ;

 90,  90

(C)

a b

c ;

 90

(B)

(D)

a a   b b   c c ; ;   9090

5. An isolated system is that system in which :

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(A)

there is no exchange of energy with the surroundings

(B)

there is exchange of mass and energy with the surroundings

(C)

there is no exchange of mass and energy with the surroundings

(D)

there is exchange of mass with surroundings

6. Given that 70 Hcomb. kJ/mol of C (B) (s) H 2 (g) 71.8 and kJ/mol CH 4 (g) are (C) 394kJ/mol, 244 kJ/mol 284 kJ/mol (D) and 782 892kJ/mol kJ/mol

respectively. The heat of formation of CH 4 is :

(A)

7. The pH of pure water at 80C will be :

(A)

> 7

(B)

< 7

(C)

= 7

(D)

cannot be predicted

8. The half-life period of a first order process is 1.6 minutes. It will be 90% complete in :

(B)

9. The rate of certain reaction at different times are as follows :

(A)

Time

0

10

0.8 min

3.2 min

1

(C)

5.3 min

(D)

1.6 min

(D)

third order

Rate

2.8

2.78

2.81

2.79

(B)

(Moles 10 L

2

2

2

2

10 10 10   

sec

1

)

20

30

The reaction is of :

(A)

first order

zero order

(C)

second order

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10. The molal freezing point constant for water is 1.86C/mole . If 342 g. of cane sugar is dissolved in 1000 g of water, the solution will freeze is :

(A) 1.86C

(B)

1.86C

(C)

3.92C

(D)

2.42C

11. The curve showing the variation of adsorption with pressure at constant temperature, is called :

(A)

adsorption isobar

(B)

an isostere

(C)

adsorption isotherm

(D)

all of these

12. Blood may be purified by :

 

(A)

dialysis

(B)

electro-osmosis (C)

coagulation

(D)

filteration

13. In which of the following, the oxidation number of oxygen has been arranged in increasing order :

(A)

BaO 2 < O 3 < OF 2 < KO 2

(B)

BaO 2 < KO 2 < O 3 < OF 2

(C)

OF 2 < KO 2 < BaO 2 < O 3

(D)

KO 2 < OF 2 < O 3 < BaO 2

14. On passing 3 ampere of electricity for 50 minutes, 1.9 grams of metal deposits. The equivalent mass of metal is :

(A) 20.5

(B)

25.8

15. In an electrochemical cell :

(C)

19.3

(D)

30.7

(A)

Kinetic energy changes into potential energy

(B)

Chemical energy changes into electrical energy

(C)

Potential energy changes into kinetic energy

(D)

Kinetic energy changes into chemical energy

16. One fermi is equal to :

(B)

17. Molecular O 2 contains two unpaired electrons, they are in :

(B)

18. The largest bond-angle is in :

(B)

19. Which of the following ionic species has largest size ?

(B)

20. Sodium salt gives bunsen flame the colour :

(B)

21. Which one of the following mixed sulphates is not an alum ?

(A)

(A)

10

15

cm

*

and

2

10

15

cm

(C)

(C)

(C)

(C)

(C)

10

13

cm

*

and

NH 3

Li (g)

*

and

H 2 O

Na (aq)

green

(A) AsH 3

(A)

(A)

Rb (aq)

dull red

golden yellow

*

(D)

(D)

(D)

(D)

(D)

10

*

12

cm

and

PH 3

Li (aq)

pink

(A)

(C)

CuSO4 K2SO4 .Cr2 .Al2 (SO4)3 (SO4 )3 .24H2O .24H2O

(B)

(D)

K2SO4 Na2SO4 .Al2 .Al2 (SO4 (SO4 )3 )3 .24H2O .24H2O

*

22. When silver ore is dissolved in dilute solution of NaCN in the presence of air, which of the following is formed ?

(A)

Complex sodium argenticyanide

(B)

Silver cyanide

(C)

Silver oxide

(D)

Complex sodium argentocyanide

23. IUPAC name of Li[AlH 4 ] is :

 

(A)

lithium aluminium hydride

(B)

lithium tetrahydro aluminium (III)

(C)

lithium tetrahydridoaluminate (III)

(D)

aluminium (III) lithiumhydride

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24. Which of the following has highest conductivity in water ?

(A) Fe3[Fe(CN)6 ]2 (B)

K3[Fe(CN)6 ]

(C)

25. Hydrogen cannot reduce :

(A)

hot CuO

(B)

Fe 2 O 3

(C)

26. Which of the following is pseudo halide ?

(C)

27. The metaborate which is blue is :

(C)

28. An ore of tin containing FeCrO 4 is concentrated by :

(B)

(D)

(A)

(A)

CN Ni(BO2 )2

(B)

(B)

IF 5

Co(BO2 )2

(A)

froth-floatation

(C)

gravity separation

29. Acidified K 2 Cr 2 O 7 is turned green by :

(A) SiO 2

(B)

SO 2

(C)

30. A brick red colour in flame test is given by :

(A)

Ca

2

(B)

Sr

2

(C)

31. The compound (A) and (B) are :

2  (B) Sr 2  (C) 31. The compound (A) and (B) are : [Ag(NH

[Ag(NH3)2 ]Cl (D)

hot SnO 2

Cr(BO2 ICl )3

(D)

(D)

(D)

electrostatic method magnetic separation

CO 2

Ba

2

(D)

(D)

[Cr(NH3)6 ]Cl6

hot Al 2 O 3

I3

NaBO 2

HCl

Na

(A)

conformational isomers

(B)

enantiomers

(C)

geometric isomers

(D)

identical molecules

32. During Lassaigne’s test, N and S present in an organic compound, changes into :

(A)

Na 2 S and NaCN

(B)

Na 2 SO 4 and NaCN

(C)

NaSCN

(D)

Na 2 S and NaCNO

33. Which FeCl 3 is added to a (FeSO 4 + sodium extract) solution of compound, blood red colour appears. It shows the presence of :

(A)

N and S in the compound

(B)

S in the compound

(C)

N and P in the compound

(D)

Br in the compound

34. The reaction,

C H Br 2Na BrCH

6

5

is knows as :

3

 C H .CH

6

5

3

2NaBr

(A)

Wurtz reaction

(B)

Wurtz-Fittig reaction

(C)

Friedal-Craft reaction

(D)

Berthelot synthesis

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NaOBr

35. (A)  CHBr

3

Here (A) is :

(A)

isopropyl alcohol

(B)

n-butyl alcohol

(C)

methanol

(D)

ethanoic acid

36.

(CH

3

)

3

C

Cl

OH



(CH

3

)

3

C

OH

Cl

The true statement about the above process is :

(A)

The rate becomes four times if the [halide] becomes twice

(B)

The rate does not change by reducing [OH ]

to half

(C)

The rate does not change by doubling [halide]

(D)

The rate becomes twice on doubling the [OH ]

37. When phenol is reacted with CHCl 3 and NaOH followed by acidification, salicylaldehyde is obtained. Which of the following species are involved in the above mentioned reaction as intermediate ?

(A)

38. CH

3

the above mentioned reaction as intermediate ? (A) 38. CH 3 (B) (C) [O]  CH

(B)

above mentioned reaction as intermediate ? (A) 38. CH 3 (B) (C) [O]  CH 

(C)

mentioned reaction as intermediate ? (A) 38. CH 3 (B) (C) [O]  CH  CH

[O]

CH CH CHO  CH

3

CH CH COOH

(D)

The above reaction is completed by the reagent :

All of these

(A)

alkaline KMnO 4

(B)

Tollen’s reagent

(C)

selenium dioxide

(D)

osmium tetraoxide

39. The appropriate reagent for the following transformation :

The appropriate reagent for the following transformation : (A) Zn(Hg), HCl (B) NH 2 NH 2

(A) Zn(Hg), HCl

(B)

NH 2 NH 2 , OH (C)

H 2 /Ni

(D)

NaBH 4

40. The product of which of the following reaction is capable of changing orange colour of

green colour of

Cr

3

:

(A)

CH (COOH)

2

2



(C)

HCN 

H3O

(B)

(D)

CH CN 

3

H O

3

CH CONH

3

2

H

2

O



Cr2O7

2

to

41. Towards electrophilic substitution, the most reactive species will be :

electrophilic substitution, the most reactive species will be : (A) (B) (C) (D) VMC/ 2010 10

(A)

electrophilic substitution, the most reactive species will be : (A) (B) (C) (D) VMC/ 2010 10

(B)

electrophilic substitution, the most reactive species will be : (A) (B) (C) (D) VMC/ 2010 10

(C)

electrophilic substitution, the most reactive species will be : (A) (B) (C) (D) VMC/ 2010 10

(D)

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42. The reaction:

RNH

2

is called :

CHCl

3

3KOH

(Ethanolic)

   

R

N

C

3KCl

3H O

2

(A)

Cope reaction

(B)

Curtius reaction

 

(C)

Hofmann-bromamide reaction

(D)

Carbylamine reaction

43. Artificial sweetener used in soft drinks, is:

 

(A)

aspartame

(B)

cellulose

(C)

fructose

(D)

glucose

44. The chemical name of aspirin is:

 

(A)

methyl salicylate

 

(B)

acetylsalicyclic acid

 

(C)

sodium salicylate

(D)

salicylic acid

45. Which one of the following compounds is different from the rest?

 

(A)

Sucrose

(B)

Maltose

(C)

Lactose

(D)

Glucose

46. Most reactive carbonyl compound is :

 

(A)

CH3COCH3

(B)

CH3COC2H5

(C)

CH3CHO

(D)

C2H5COC2H5

47. Ketones giving yellow precipitate with 2, 4-dinitrophenyl hydrazine as well as with alkaline iodine solution are :

48.

I.

propanone

III.

3-pentanone

The correct code is :

(A)

I, II, III

(B)

I, II, IV

If

2.303RT

F

0.059

Zn(s) | Zn

(aq) 2

(a ) || Cu

1

2

and

(a

2

activity

) | Cu(s)

is :

(A)

(C)

E

E

E

E

 



a

0.059 log a

2

1

0.059

2

log

a

1

a

2

of

II.

IV.

(C)

solids

(B)

(D)

2-butanone

2, 2-dimethyl-3-pentanone

II, IV

are

constant,

(D)

then

I, II

EMF

E

E

E

E





a

0.059 log a

1

2

0.059

2

log

a

2

a

1

of

the

cell

49. The type of isomerism shown by [Co(en)2 (NCS)2 ]Cl and [Co(en)2 (NCS)Cl]NCS is :

(A) co-ordination

(B)

ionisation

50. Calgon used as water softner is :

(A)

(C)

Na2[Na4 Na2[Na4 (PO3)6 (PO4 )5] ]

(C)

(B)

(D)

linkage

(D)

Na

4

Na PO  

2

3

6

Na4[Na2 (PO4 )6 ]

all of these

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I.P. PRACTICE TEST 2/2010

SECTION : 3 (MATHEMATICS)

1. Let f : R R, g: RR be two functions given by :

f

(x) 2x 3, g (x) x

3

5

Then

fog

1

(x)

is equal to :

(A)

  x 7  

2

2. f

Suppose

x

1

/

3

x1

2

(B)

x

7

2

 

1

/

3

(C)

  x 2  

7

1

/

3

(D)

  x 7  

2

1

/

3

for x  1. If g(x) is function whose graph is reflection of the graph of

f (x) with respect to the line y = x then g (x) equals :

(A)

x  1 , x  0 (B) 1 , x 0 (B)

1 x  1, x x  1  x  1  2 
1
x
 1, x
x  1
x
 1
 2
(C)

3. Which of the following is correct :

(A) 1 i

2 i (B)

2i

1 i

(C)

2

i 1

 1 (D)

i

(D)

x  1, x  0 None of these
x  1, x  0
None of these

4. If , , are the roots of

x

 

1

 

1

1 1

 

1 1

 

 

is :

3

3x

2

3x 7 0 (where is the cube root of unity), then

(A)

3

(B)

2

5. The number of real roots of the equation

2

x

3

x

1

(C)

 

1

6

x

2

2

2

x

6

x

1

is :

(D)

2

3

(A) zero

(B)

1

(C)

2

(D)

None of these

6. If a, b, and c are real numbers such that

(A)

   2

1

, 2

  

(B) 1,2

7. The value of 2.357 is equal to :

 

2355

2355

(A)

1001

(B)

999

a

2

2

b c

2

(C)

(C)

1 then ab bcca lies in the interval :

 

1

2

,1

  

2355

1111

(D)

(D)

  

1,

1

2

  

None of these

8. If log2,log(2

(A)

5 2

x

1)

and log(2

(B)

x

3)

are in A.P., then value of x is given by :

log25

(C)

log 3 5

(D)

log 5 3

9. A question paper is divided into two parts A and B. Each part contains 5 questions. The number of

ways in which a candidate can answer 6 questions selecting at least two questions from each part is

(A) 50

100

10. The total number of seven digit numbers then sum of whose digits is even is :

(B)

(C)

200

(D)

None of these

(A)

9 10

6

(B)

45 10

5

(C)

8110

5

(D)

9 10

5

11. The coefficient x 6 in the expansion of

(A) 80

(B)

84

1x

2

x

3

8

(C)

is equal to :

88

(D)

92

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12. If the absolute term in the expansion of

5x

2

x

10

is 405, then the value of is :

(A)

1

(B)

2

(C)

3

(D)

None of these

 

log l

p

1

13. If l, m, n are pth, qth, rth terms of a G.P., then

log m

q

1

is equal to :

 

log

n

r

1

(A)

pqr

(B)

l m n

(C)

0

(D)

None of these

x

y

C

1

C

C

x

y

z

C

2

C

C

2

2

x

y

z

C

3

C

3

C

3

2

y

2

14. The value of the determinant

(A)

(C)

1

10 xyz

1

12

xyz

z

y z



z x





x y



y z

1

1

15. The number log 2 7 is :

(A)

an integer

2

x

3

16. y  

If

1

1!

x

x