SOLUTIONS & ANSWERS FOR AIEEE-2011

VERSION – S


PART A − −− − CHEMISTRY

1. Ans: Acetaldehyde

Sol: Acetaldehyde reduces tollen’s reagent to
metallic silver on warming.

2. Ans: 0 .086

Sol: Mole fraction of methanol
=
moles total
methanol of moles
=
18
1000
2 . 5
2 . 5
+

= 0.086

3. Ans: 2, 2, 2–Trichloroethanol

Sol: 2Cl3C – CHO + NaOH
→ Cl3C – CH2OH + Cl3C – COONa

4. Ans: 32 times

Sol: 2 times increase for 10°C
2
5
= 32 times increase for 50°C

5. Ans: a for Cl2 > a for C2H6 but b for Cl2 < b for
C2H6

Sol: ‘a’ is a measure of attraction between the
molecules and ‘b’ the size of the
molecules.

6. Ans: 38.3 J mol
–1
K
–1

Sol: ∆S = 2.303 nR log
1
2
V
V

= 2.303 × 2 × 8.314 × log 10
= 38.3 J K
–1

7. Ans: 1.8 atm

Sol: CO2 + C → 2CO
a – x 2x

a = 0.5 atm
a + x = 0.8 atm
x =0.3 atm
Kp =
2 . 0
) 6 . 0 (
p
p
2
CO
2
CO
2
= = 1.8 atm

8. Ans: 743 nm

Sol:
λ
− =
1
680
1
355
1

λ = 743 nm

9. Ans: A2B5

Sol:
2
5 1
B A = A2B5

10. Ans: AlCl3

Sol: Fajan’s rules.
Al
3+
is the smallest cation and it has high
charge.

11. Ans: Al2O3 < MgO < Na2O < K2O

Sol: K2O is more basic than Na2O. Al2O3 is
amphoteric.

12. Ans: pentagonal bipyramid

Sol: IF7 is pentagonal bipyramidal.

13. Ans: 2–Pentanone

Sol:
CH
3
C CH
2
CH
2
CH
3
O
ketoform


CH
3
C
OH
CH CH
2
CH
3
enol form


14. Ans: 2, 4, 6–Tribromophenol

Sol: Phenol forms 2, 4, 6–tribromophenol when
treated with a mixture of KBr, KBrO3 and
HCl.

15. Ans: 804.32 g

Sol: ∆Tf = Kf ×
1 2
2
W
1
M
W
×
6 = 1.86 ×
4
1
62
W
2
×
W2 = 800 g
Wt. of glycol required is more than 800 g

16. Ans: α =
) 1 y x (
1 i
− +



Sol: i = 1 – α + nα; n = x + y
α =
1 y x
1 i
− +



17. Ans:
− 3
6
BF

Sol: Boron cannot form
− 3
6
BF since boron has
no available d–orbitals.


18. Ans: CH3CH2CH(Cl)CO2H

Sol: Presence of Cl having –I effect on the
α–carbon makes 2–chlorobutanoic acid
the strongest acid among the given
compounds.

19. Ans: Ethyl ethanoate

Sol: CH3COCl + C2H5ONa
→ CH3COOC2H5 + NaCl

20. Ans: 2
nd


Sol: RNA contains β–D–ribose while DNA
contains β–D–2–deoxyribose.


21. Ans: 4f
7
5d
1
6s
2


Sol: The outer electronic configuration of
64Gd is 4f
7
5d
1
6s
2


22. Ans: 2.82 BM

Sol: There are two unpaired electrons is
[NiCl4]
2–
hence the paramagnetic moment
is 2.82 BM.

23. Ans: sp
2
, sp, sp
3


Sol:

3
NO – sp
2
,
+
2
NO – sp and
+
4
NH – sp
3


24. Ans: a vinyl group

Sol: Formation of HCHO in ozonolysis shows
the presence of CH2 = CH – group.

25. Ans: The complex is an outer orbital complex

Sol: [Cr(NH3)6]Cl3 is not an outer orbital
complex.

26. Ans: p(H2) = 2 atm and [H
+
] = 1.0 M

Sol: 2H
+
+ 2e

→ H2
ECl =
2
0591 . 0
log
] H [
] H [
2
2 +

[H2] > [H
+
]
2


27. Ans: Availability of 4f electrons results in the
formation of compounds in +4 state for all
the members of the series

Sol: All the lanthanoids does not exhibit +4
oxidation state.

28. Ans: Neutral FeCl3

Sol: Neutral FeCl3 solution gives violet colour
with phenol.

29. Ans: The oxidation state of sulphur is never
less than +4 in its compounds

Sol: Sulphur exhibits oxidation state lower than
+4 in its compounds.

30. Ans: The stability of hydrides increases from
NH3 to BiH3 in group 15 of the periodic
table.

Sol: Stability of hydrides decreases from NH3
to BiH3.

Part – B – Mathematics

31. Ans: − 5

Sol: |a| = |b| = 1 a. b = 0
(2a − b). ((a × b) × (a + 2b))
= (2a − b) ×
[(a. a) b − (a. b) a + (2b. a) b − (2b. b)]
(2a − b). (b − 2a) = − 5


32. Ans: − 144

Sol: (1 − x − x
2
+ x
3
)
6
= (1 − x)
6
(1 − x
2
)
6

= (1 − 6x + ..− 20x
3
… − 6x
5
) x
(1 − 6x
2
+ 75x
4
− 20x
6
….)
= 120 − 300 + 36
= 156 − 300 = − 144

33. Ans: β ∈ (1, ∞)

Sol: If 1 + ai is root (a, real)
Then (1 + i a)
2
+ α (1 + I a) + β = 0
2a + aα = 0 ⇒ α = − 2 a ≠ 0
1 − a
2
+ α + β = 0
1 − a
2
+ β = 0
β = a
2
+ 1 > 1 ∴ β ∈ (1, ∞)

34. Ans: ~ (Q ↔ (P ∧~R))

Sol: The given statement is
(P ∧~R) ↔ Q ≡ Q ↔(P ∧~R)
∴ The required negative is
~ [Q ↔ (P ∧~R)]

35. Ans:
3
2
2
dx
dy
dx
y d

|
¹
|

\
|
|
|
¹
|

\
|


Sol:
|
|
¹
|

\
|
=
dy
dx
dy
d
dy
x d
2
2

=

dx
dy
1
dy
d

= |
¹
|

\
|
|
¹
|

\
|

dx
dy
dy
d
.
dx
dy
1
2

=
|
|
¹
|

\
|
|
¹
|

\
|

dy
dx
.
dx
y d
dx
dy
1
2
2
2


=
3
2
2
dx
dy
dx
y d

|
¹
|

\
|
|
|
¹
|

\
|


36. Ans: Statement-1 is true, Statement-2 is true;
Statement -2 is not a correct explanation
for Statement-1.

Sol: A (1, 0, 7) B,(1, 6, 3)

5
2 2
2
1 y
1
x −
=

=
P (λ, 2λ + 1, 3λ + 2)
drs (λ - 1, 2λ + 1, 3λ - 5)
∴ λ - 1 + 2 (2λ + 1) + 3(3λ - 5) = 0
14λ - 14 = 0 ⇒ λ = 1
P (1, 3, 5) is mid point of A and B
Statement-1 is true
Statement-2 is also true but
statement-1does not follow from 2

37. Ans: P(C|D) ≥ P(C)

Sol: ( )
( )
( ) D P
CD P
D | C P =
=
( )
( ) D P
C P

≥ P(C)

38. Ans:

2
1
, 0
Sol: 1 -P
5

32
31

P
5
≤ 1 -
32
31


32
1

P ≤
2
1
=

2
1
, 0
Choice (3)

39. Ans: π log 2

Sol: I =

+
+
1
0
2
x 1
) x 1 ( log
8
=

π
θ θ +
4
0
d ) tan 1 ( Log 8
= π log 2

40. Ans: local maximum at π and local minimum at


Sol: f’(x) = x sin x
f’’(x) =
x 2
x sin x cos x 2 +

f’(x) = 0 ⇒ x = nπ, n ∈ Z
ie., x = π, 2π in ( )
2
5
0
π

f’’(π) < 0 and f’’(2π) > 0
∴ f(x) has maximum at x = π
And minimum at x = 2π

41. Ans: b
b . a
c a
c



Sol: d b c b × = ×
d a⋅ = 0
( ) d c b − × = 0
b and ( ) d c − are collinear
b = k ( ) d c −
b a⋅ =k ( ) ] d a c c ⋅ − −
k [ ] c c −
k =
c a
b a



b
b a
c a
d c b

= −
b
b . a
c a
c d

− =

42. Ans: Statement-1 is true, Statement-2 is true;
Statement -2 is not a correct explanation
for Statement-1.

Sol: A = (x, y) y – x ∈ z
B = (x , y) x = αy for rational α
A : x – x = 0 ∈ z ⇒ (x, x) ∈ A reflexive
y – x ∈ z ⇒ x – y ∈ z
⇒ (y, x) ∈ A symmetric
y – x ∈ z and z – y ∈ z ⇒ z – x ∈ z
∴ (x, z) ∈ A transitive
A is equivalence relation
Statement – 1 is true
B: x = 1, x ⇒ (x, x) ∈ B reflexive
x = αy⇒ y =
α
1
x ∴ (y, x) ∈ B
symmetric
x = αy and y = αz ⇒ x = α
2
z
∴ (x, z) ∈ B transitive
B is equivalence relation
Statement – 2 is true but I does not
follow from 2.

43. Ans: Statement-1 is true, Statement-2 is true;
Statement -2 is not a correct explanation
for Statement-1.

Sol: if AB = BA
(AB)
T
= A
T
B
T

⇒ AB is symmetric
Statement-2 is true
(ABA)
T
= A
T
B
T
A
T

Take A = I and B = some non – symmetric
∴ABA always
∴A(BA) and (AB)A are symmetric
Statement-1 is true nut does not depend
on Statement-2



44. Ans: a = c

Sol: Two circle should touch each other
Centres are |
¹
|

\
|
0 ,
2
a
and (0,0)
∴ also second circle passes through (0, 0)
∴ c = a ⇒ a = c

45. Ans: Does not exist

Sol:
) 2 x (
) 2 x sin(
2 lim
2 x −



Limit does not exist

46. Ans:
4
3
≤ A ≤ 1

Sol: A = sin
2
x + cos
4
x
= cos
4
x – cos
2
x + 1
=
4
3
2
1
x cos
2
2
+ |
¹
|

\
|


4
3
≤ A≤ 1

47. Ans: Statement-1 is true, Statement-2 is false.

Sol: P is (-2, -2) and Q (-1, 2) since R bisect
∠POQ, PR ¨RQ = OP : OQ
= 5 : 8 4 1 : 4 4 = + +
∴ Statement 1 is true
But statement 2 is false.

48. Ans: (-∞, 0)

Sol: |x| − x > 0
⇒|x| > x
⇒ x ∈(-∞, 0)

49. Ans:
3
2


Sol: The angle is sin
−1

14
3


( )( )
14
3
9 4 1 4 1
3 4 1
2
=
+ + λ + +
λ + +

14 (3λ + 5)
2
= 9 × 14 (5 + λ
2
)

2
+ 30λ + 25 = 9λ
2
+ 45
⇒ 30λ = 20 ⇒ λ =
3
2


50. Ans:
8
2 3

Sol: Slope of the line perpendicular to
y – x = 1is (-1)
Hence t = 1
Point on the parabola corresponding to t = 1 is
⇒ |
¹
|

\
|
2
1
,
4
1

∴ shortest distance =
8
2 3
2
1
2
1
4
1
=
+ −


51. Ans: 21 months

Sol: Total savings = 11040
Savings in the first 2 months = 400
Hence, savings in the next n months
= 10640
We have
10640 ] 40 ) 1 n ( 400 [
2
n
= − +
[200 + (n−1) 20] n = 10640
200n + 20 n
2
− 20 n = 10640
20n
2
+ 180 n − 10640 = 0

2
2128 81 9
n
0 532 n 9 n
2
+ ±
=
= − +

=
2
2209 9 ± −
=
2
47 9 ± −

= 19
Therefore, answer is 21 months

52. Ans: 4

Sol: Median =
2
b 26 a 25 +

=
2
a 51

Numerical value of the sum of the derivation
=
)
`
¹
¹
´
¦
+ + + +
2
49
....
2
5
2
3
2
1
a 2
= a 25
2
25 a 2
2
2
=
×

Mean derivation about median =
50
a 25
2


50
a 25
2
= 50
|a| = 4
25 25
50 50
=
×
×


53. Ans: (1, 1)

Sol: (1 + ω)
7
= A + Bω
(− ω
2
)
7
= A + Bω
− ω
14
= A + Bω
− ω
2
= A + Bω
1 + ω = = A + Bω
∴ A = 1 B = 1
∴ (1, 1)



54. Ans:
2
3
square units












Sol: y = x
y =
x
1
⇒ x
2
= 1
⇒ x = 1 (x > 0)
y =
x
1
, x = e ⇒ x = e
∴area A = dx
x
1
x
e
1

|
¹
|

\
|

= e log
2
1 e
2



=
2
3 e
2


Required area =
2
3
2
3 e
e .
2
1
2
2
=



55. Ans: 2

Sol: 0
1 2 2
1 4 k
2 k 4
=
4(4 – 2) – k (k -2) + 2 (2k – 8) = 0
= 8 – k
2
+ 2k + 4k – 16 = 0
⇒ - k
2
+ 6k – 8 = 0
k
2
– 6k + 8 = 0
⇒ (k – 4) (k – 2) = 0
⇒ k = 2, 4
∴ k = 2

56. Ans: p =
2
3
− , q =
2
1


Sol: f(x) =
x
x sin x ) 1 p sin( + +
, x < 0
= q, x = 0

2
3
x
x x x
2
− +
, x > 0
is continuous.
⇒ p + 1 + 1 = q =
|
¹
|

\
|
+ +

x x x x
x
lim
2 0 x
2
3

=
2
1

∴ p =
2
3
− , q =
2
1


57. Ans: Statement-1 is true, Statement-2 is true;
Statement -2 is a correct explanation for
Statement-1.

Sol: x1 + x2 + x3 +x4 = 6
xI ≥ 0
no. of ways =
9
C3
S2 is true
S1 is true
S1 follows from S2

58. Ans: 3x
2
+ 5y
2
− 32 = 0

Sol: 1
b
y
a
x
2
2
2
2
= +
1
b
1
a
9
2 2
= +

a
9
1
b
1
2
− =

( )
2
2
1
a
9 a
5
2
1 a
1 −
=


a
2
− 9 =
5
3

a
2
= 9 +
3
32
5
3
=
b
2
= a
2
×
5
32
5
3
3
32
5
3
= × =
Equation of the ellipse is

5
32
y
3
32
x
2
+ = 1
3x
2
+ 5y
2
− 32 = 0

59. Ans: I −
2
kT
2


Sol:
dt
) t ( dv
= − k (T − t)
V(t) =

− − dt ) t T ( k
C
2
) t T ( k
2
+


t = 0, V(t) = I
⇒ I = C
2
kT
2
+
C = I −
2
kT
2

Therefore,
V(t) =
2
kT
2
) t T ( k
2 2
− +

I
⇒ V(T) = 0 + I −
2
kT
2

A
y =
x
1

x = c

= I −
2
kT
2


60. Ans: 7
Sol: 3 y
dx
dy
+ =

3 y
dy
+
= dx
log (y + 3) = x + c
∴ y + 3 = c e
x

x = 0 y = 2 ⇒ c = 5
∴ y = 5 e
x
− 3
∴ y (log 2) = 5 e
log 2
− 3
= 5 × 2 − 3 = 7


PART – B – PHYSICS

61. Ans:
15
1
15
15
1
2
= × m s
−1


Sol:
2 . 0
1
8 . 2
1
v
1
=

+

8 . 2
15
v
1
=
v =
15
8 . 2


15
1
u
v
=

2 2
2
15
1
u
v
=

f
1
u
1
v
1
= +

2
2
u
v
dt
du
dt
dv
− =

dt
du
.
u
v
dt
dv
2
2
=
=
15
1
15
15
1
2
= × m s
−1


62. Ans: 20 min

Sol: N =
2 / 1
T / t
0
2
N


2 log
3 log
20 t
2
N
3
N
2
20 / t
0 0
2
= ⇒ =

( )
2 log
2 log 3 log 20
t
2
N
3
2
N
1
20 / t
0
0
1

= ⇒ =
t2 − t1 =
2 log
20
(log 3 − log 3 + log 2)
= 20 min

63. Ans: 0.15 mV

Sol: E = Bλv
= 5 × 10
−5
× 2 × 1.50
= 0.15 mV

64. Ans: Wave moving in −x direction with speed

a
b


Sol: y(x, t) =
( )
2
t b x a
e
+ −

This is of the form y(x, t) = f(x + vt), where
v =
a
b
travels in negative x direction.


65. Ans:
2
4
g
v π


Sol: Rmax =
g
v
2

Area = π(Rmax)
2

=
2
4
g
v π


66. Ans:
2
π


Sol: Particle 1 is at equilibrium position (φ = 0).
Particle 2 is at maximum position. |
¹
|

\
| π
= φ
2


67. Ans: Statement – 1 is false, Statement-2 is
true.

Sol: If υ ⇒ 2υ,
V0’ > 2V0, well known result
⇒ Statement 1 is wrong.
Statement 2 is true.

68. Ans: 45°

Sol: [ ] [ ]
2 2 1 1
K N
ˆ
K N
ˆ
× µ = × µ . But plane of
separation need to be XY.

69. Ans: 372 K and 310 K

Sol:
6
1
T
T
1
1
2
= −

3
1
T
62 T
1
1
2
=



6
5
T
T
1
2
=

3
2
T
62 T
1
2
=




4
5
62 T
T
2
2
=


4T2 = 5T2 − 310
T2 = 310 K
⇒ T1 = 372 K

70. Ans: 108.8 eV

Sol:

− × =
9
1
1 9 6 . 13
n
Z 6 . 13
2
2

=
9
8
9 6 . 13 × ×
= 108.8 eV

71. Ans: 2.7 × 10
6


Sol: V = V0(1 − e
−t/RC
)
120 = 200(1 − e
−t/RC
)
e
−t/RC
=
5
2

e
t/RC
= 2.5

RC
t
= 0.4 × 2.5 × 2.303
⇒ R = 2.7 × 10
6


72. Ans:
( )
R
1 Mv
2
1
2
− γ


Sol: Volume is constant
Cv =
( ) 1
R
− γ

KE =
2
Mv
2
1

∆Q = nCv ∆θ = 1 × Cv ∆θ
∴ ∆θ =
( )
R
1 Mv
2
1
C
KE
2
v
− γ
=

73. Ans: 0.4π mJ

Sol: E = T.8π(r2
2
− r1
2
)
= 8πT
|
|
¹
|

\
|

4 4
10
9
10
25

= 8 × 16 × π × 0.03 × 10
−4

= 0.4π mJ

74. Ans: LC
4
π


Sol: q’ = q0 cosωt
E =
C 2
q
2
0


C 2
q
2
1
2
E
2
0
=
i.e. q’ =
2
q
0


2
q
0
= q0 cosωt
⇒ ωt =
4
π

t = LC
4
π


75. Ans: Statement-1 is true, Statement-2 is true
and Statement -2 is not the correct
explanation of statement - 1

Sol: Statement-1 is true, Statement-2 is true
and Statement -2 is not the correct
explanation of statement - 1

76. Ans: 0.052 cm

Sol: LC =
100
1
= 0.01 mm
Reading = PSR × pitch + CSR × LC
= 0 + 52 × 0.01
= 0.52 mm
= 0.052 cm

77. Ans:
3 2 1
3 3 2 2 1 1
n n n
T n T n T n
+ +
+ +


Sol: P1V = n1KT1
P2V = n2KT2
P3V = n3KT3

3 3 2 2 1 1
2
n T K
2
3
n KT
2
3
n KT
2
3
mv
2
1
− + + × =
=
2
3
K(n1 + n2 + n3)T
T =
3 2 1
3 3 2 2 1 1
n n n
T n T n T n
+ +
+ +


78. Ans: −6 ε0a

Sol: V = ar
2
+ b
E = ar 2
dr
dV
− = −
4πr
2
.E =
0
Q
ε

Q = −4πr
2
.2ar.ε0
ρ =
3
0
3
r
3
4
ar 8
π
ε π −

= −6 ε0a

79. Ans: Statement 1 is true. Statement 2 is true.
and statement 2 is the correct explanation
for statement – 1.


Sol: Statement 1 is true. Statement 2 is true.
and statement 2 is the correct explanation
for statement – 1.

80. Ans:
3
2
g

Sol: mg − T = ma
TR =
R
a
.
2
mR
2

⇒ mg =
2
3
ma
⇒ a =
3
2
g

81. Ans:
R
2
0
π
Ι µ


Sol: B = θ
π
µ
θ
π
Ι
sin
R 2
Rd
R
0







=

π
θ θ
π
Ι µ
2 /
0
2
0
d sin
R 2

=
R
2
0
π
Ι µ


82. Ans: Increases by 0.2%

Sol: R ∝ λ
2

R’ ∝ λ’
2

∝ (1.001)
2
λ
2


R
R ∆
= 0.002
∴ 0.002 × 100
= 0.2%

83. Ans: First increases and then decreases.

Sol: Angular momentum is conserved.
Ι decreases ω increases then Ι increases
ω decreases.

84. Ans: 8.4 kJ

Sol: ∆U = mC∆T
= 4184 × 20 × 0.1
= 8.4 kJ

85. Ans: 2 s

Sol: v 5 . 2
dt
dv
− =

v
dv
= −2.5 dt
⇒ −2.5t = [ ]
0
25 . 6
v 2
t =
5 . 2
25 . 6 2

= 2
5 . 2
5 . 2 2
=
×


86. Ans: 3.6 × 10
−3
m

Sol: gh v
2
1
P
2
1 0
ρ + ρ +
=
2
2 0
v
2
1
P ρ +
⇒2gh = (v2
2
− v1
2
)
⇒ 2gh + v1
2
= v2
2
;
v1 = 0.4 m s
−1
, h2 = 0.2 m
⇒ v2 = 2.0396 m s
−1

A1v1 = A2v2 ⇒ d2
2
=
2
1
2
1
v
v d

⇒ d2 =
2
1
1
v
v
. d
= 8 × 10
−3
×
0396 . 2
4 . 0

≅ 3.6 × 10
−3
m

87. Ans: v ∝ x

Sol: T cosθ = mg
T sinθ = F
tanθ =
mg
F


mg
F
2
x
=
λ

F ∝ x

∫ ∫
∝ xdx vdv
v
2
∝ x
2

v ∝ x

88. Ans:
2 / 1
M
m M
|
¹
|

\
| +


Sol: Mv1 = (M + m) v2

M
m M
v
v
2
1
+
=
( )
2
2
2
2
KA
2
1
v m M
2
1
= +

2
1
2
1
KA
2
1
Mv
2
1
=

2
1
2
1
KA
2
1
Mv
2
1
=

2
2
2
2
1
M
m M
m M
M
A
A
|
¹
|

\
| +
+
=
=
M
m M+





• •



R


2 / 1
2
1
M
m M
A
A
|
¹
|

\
| +
=

89. Ans:
r
Gm 9 −


Sol:
( )
2 2
x r
m 4 G
x
Gm

=

( )
4
x
x r
2
2
=


r − x = 2x
x =
3
r

V =
3
r 2
m 4 G
3
r
Gm



= ( ) 6 3
r
Gm
+ −
=
r
Gm 9 −


90. Ans: more than 3 but less than 6.

Sol: τ = Fr = 40t − 10t
2

α =
Ι
τ
= 4t − t
2


3
t
t 2 t t 4
dt
d
3
2 2
− = ω ⇒ − =
ω

(Θ At t = 0, ω = 0)
At t = 6 s. ω again become zero
ω =
12
t
3
t 2
3
t
t 2
dt
d
4 3 3
3
− − θ ⇒ − =
θ

∴ θ in 6 s = (144 − 108) = 36 rad
⇒ N =
π
=
π
θ
2
36
2
= 5.72rotation.


19. sp .18. Ans: Sol: CH3CH2CH(Cl)CO2H Presence of Cl having –I effect on the α–carbon makes 2–chlorobutanoic acid the strongest acid among the given compounds. Ethyl ethanoate CH3COCl + C2H5ONa → CH3COOC2H5 + NaCl 2 nd Sol: Sulphur exhibits oxidation state lower than +4 in its compounds. Sol: = d dy  dx    dy     =   d  1  dy  dy   dx    28. Ans: Sol: Part – B – Mathematics 31.) = 120 − 300 + 36 = 156 − 300 = − 144 2 3 6 6 2 6 22. 30. Ans:  d2 y   dy  −3 − 2    dx   dx    d2 x dy 2 27. Ans: Sol: 0. real) 2 Then (1 + i a) + α (1 + I a) + β = 0 2a + aα = 0 ⇒ α = − 2 a ≠ 0 2 1−a +α+β=0 2 1−a +β=0 2 β = a + 1 > 1 ∴ β ∈ (1. a) b − (a. (b − 2a) = − 5 The outer electronic 7 1 2 64Gd is 4f 5d 6s 2. Ans: [Cr(NH3)6]Cl3 is not an outer orbital complex. b = 0 (2a − b). Ans: Sol: 24. 4f 5d 6s 7 1 2 21. Ans: The stability of hydrides increases from NH3 to BiH3 in group 15 of the periodic table. a) b − (2b. Ans: Sol: = −1  dy     dx  2 . d dy  dy     dx  29. Ans: Sol: − + NO3 – sp . Ans: Sol: Sol: |a| = |b| = 1 a. Ans: −5 20. Ans: Sol: 34. NO2 – sp and NH+ – sp 4 2 33. Neutral FeCl3 Neutral FeCl3 solution gives violet colour with phenol. ∞) If 1 + ai is root (a. b)] (2a − b). Ans: − 144 (1 − x − x + x ) = (1 − x) (1 − x ) 3 5 = (1 − 6x + . ((a × b) × (a + 2b)) = (2a − b) × [(a. b) a + (2b.   dx 2  dy  .82 BM configuration of 32. sp 2 3 23.. Ans: Sol: RNA contains β–D–ribose while DNA contains β–D–2–deoxyribose. sp. p(H2) = 2 atm and [H ] = 1. Ans: The oxidation state of sulphur is never less than +4 in its compounds = −1  dy     dx  2 d2 y  dx   .− 20x … − 6x ) x 2 4 6 (1 − 6x + 75x − 20x …. ∞) ~ (Q ↔ (P ∧~R)) The given statement is (P ∧~R) ↔ Q ≡ Q ↔(P ∧~R) ∴ The required negative is ~ [Q ↔ (P ∧~R)] Sol: a vinyl group Formation of HCHO in ozonolysis shows the presence of CH2 = CH – group. Ans: 3 β ∈ (1.82 BM. Ans: Sol: Sol: There are two unpaired electrons is 2– [NiCl4] hence the paramagnetic moment is 2. Sol: Stability of hydrides decreases from NH3 to BiH3. Ans: Availability of 4f electrons results in the formation of compounds in +4 state for all the members of the series Sol: All the lanthanoids does not exhibit +4 oxidation state.0 M 2H + 2e → H2 + – + Sol: 26.0591 [H+ ]2 log 2 [H2 ] + 2 [H2] > [H ] ECl = 35. The complex is an outer orbital complex 25.

x ⇒ (x. 3) x y −1 2 − 2 = = 1 2 5 P (λ. 2λ + 1. d2 y   dy  −3 = − 2    dx   dx    36. x) ∈ A reflexive y–x∈z⇒x–y∈z ⇒ (y. z) ∈ A transitive A is equivalence relation Statement – 1 is true B: x = 1. 2    5 Sol: Sol: 1 -P ≥ P ≤15 31 32 31 32 1 32 1  1 P≤ = 0.b Sol: b × c = b×d a⋅d = 0 b× c −d = 0 Sol: A (1. Ans: c − a⋅c b a. ∴ f(x) has maximum at x = π And minimum at x = 2π 41. Statement-2 is true. Statement-2 is true. Ans: b c−d= Sol: P(C | D) = P(CD) P(D ) P(C ) = P(D ) ≥ P(C) ac b a ⋅b a⋅c d=c− b a. Ans: π log 2 Sol: I= 8 π ∫ 0 4 1 log (1 + x ) 1+ x2 43.5) = 0 14λ . z) ∈ B transitive B is equivalence relation Statement – 2 is true but I does not follow from 2.14 = 0 ⇒ λ = 1 P (1. Statement -2 is not a correct explanation for Statement-1. 0. A = (x.1. Statement-1 is true. 5) is mid point of A and B Statement-1 is true Statement-2 is also true but statement-1does not follow from 2 P(C|D) ≥ P(C) ( b and c − d are collinear ( k [c − c ] k= b = k c −d ( ( ) ) ) a ⋅ b =k c − c − a ⋅ d a⋅b a⋅c ) ] 37. 3. n ∈ Z ie. 7) B. 3λ + 2) drs (λ . Ans: Statement-1 is true. Ans: local maximum at π and local minimum at 2π Sol: f’(x) = x sin x 2x cos x + sin x f’’(x) = 2 x f’(x) = 0 ⇒ x = nπ. x = π. Statement -2 is not a correct explanation for Statement-1. 2π in 0 5π 2 f’’(π) < 0 and f’’(2π) > 0 ( ) if AB = BA T T T (AB) = A B ⇒ AB is symmetric Statement-2 is true T T T T (ABA) = A B A Take A = I and B = some non – symmetric ∴ABA always ∴A(BA) and (AB)A are symmetric Statement-1 is true nut does not depend on Statement-2 . Ans: = 8 Log(1 + tan θ) dθ 0 ∫ = π log 2 Sol: 40. x) ∈ B reflexive 1 x = αy ⇒ y = x ∴ (y. 2λ + 1. 3λ .  2  2 Choice (3) ≤ 39. y) x = αy for rational α A : x – x = 0 ∈ z ⇒ (x. x) ∈ A symmetric y – x ∈ z and z – y ∈ z ⇒ z – x ∈ z ∴ (x. 6.. Ans: Statement-1 is true.1 + 2 (2λ + 1) + 3(3λ . Ans:  1 0.b 42. Statement-2 is true. x) ∈ B α symmetric 2 x = αy and y = αz ⇒ x = α z ∴ (x.5) ∴ λ . y) y – x ∈ z B = (x . 38.(1. Statement -2 is not a correct explanation for Statement-1.

0) ∴c=a⇒ a =c Point on the parabola corresponding to t = 1 is  1 1 ⇒  . 0) 25a + 26b 2 51a = 2 Numerical value of the sum of the derivation 49  1 3 5 = 2a + + + . Ans: 2 3 1 Mean derivation about median = 3 14 = 2 Sol: The angle is sin− ∴ 14 (3λ + 5) = 9 × 14 (5 + λ ) 2 2 9λ + 30λ + 25 = 9λ + 45 2 ⇒ 30λ = 20 ⇒ λ = 3 2 (1 + 4 + λ )(1+ 4 + 9) 2 1 + 4 + 3λ 3 14 |a| = 25 2 a = 50 50 50 × 50 =4 25 × 25 (1. Ans: 50. Statement-2 is false..  4 2 1 1 − +1 3 2 = ∴ shortest distance = 4 2 8 2 51. 2) since R bisect ∠POQ. − 9 ± 2209 −9 ± 47 = 2 2 = 19 Therefore. Ans: 4 Sol: Median = 48. P is (-2.0  and (0. Ans: 3 ≤A≤1 4 2 4 Sol: A = sin x + cos x 4 2 = cos x – cos x + 1 1 3  =  cos2 x −  + 2 4  3 ∴ ≤ A≤ 1 4 2 47. Ans: Sol: a =c Two circle should touch each other a  Centres are  . PR ¨RQ = OP : OQ = 4 + 4 : 1+ 4 = 8 : 5 ∴ Statement 1 is true But statement 2 is false. answer is 21 months 52.0) 2  ∴ also second circle passes through (0. 1) 7 53.. savings in the next n months = 10640 We have n [ 400 + (n − 1)40] = 10640 2 [200 + (n−1) 20] n = 10640 2 200n + 20 n − 20 n = 10640 2 20n + 180 n − 10640 = 0 n2 + 9n − 532 = 0 n= = 9 ± 81 + 2128 2 45. +  2  2 2 2 = 2a × 252 = 252 a 2 25 2 a 50 49. Ans: Sol: Statement-1 is true. Ans: Sol: 21 months Total savings = 11040 Savings in the first 2 months = 400 Hence. 1) . 0) Sol: |x| − x > 0 ⇒|x| > x ⇒ x ∈ (-∞. Ans: 3 2 8 Sol: Slope of y – x = 1is (-1) Hence t = 1 the line perpendicular to Sol: (1 + ω) = A + Bω 2 7 (− ω ) = A + B ω 14 − ω = A + Bω 2 − ω = A + Bω 1 + ω = = A + Bω ∴A=1 B=1 ∴ (1.44. Ans: Sol: Does not exist sin( x − 2) ( x − 2) Limit does not exist x →2 lim 2 46.. -2) and Q (-1. Ans: (-∞.

Ans: 2 3 5 3 32 2 a =9+ = 5 3 3 32 3 32 2 2 b =a × = × = 5 3 5 5 Equation of the ellipse is a −9= x y2 + =1 32 32 3 5 2 2 3x + 5y − 32 = 0 Sol: 4 k 2 k 4 1 =0 2 2 1 4(4 – 2) – k (k -2) + 2 (2k – 8) = 0 2 = 8 – k + 2k + 4k – 16 = 0 2 ⇒ . Ans: p= − 3 1 . Ans: Sol: x2 a2 9 + y2 b2 1 =1 ∴area A = ∫  x − x  dx   1  1 a2 1 b 2 + b2 =1 9 a a2 − 9 a2 = 1− 1 5 = e −1 − log e 2 2 a 1− 2 1 2 ( ) = = e2 − 3 2 1 2 e2 − 3 3 . Ans: I− kT 2 2 Sol: dv ( t ) = − k (T − t) dt V(t) = 56. 1 y= x A x=c Sol: x1 + x2 + x3 +x4 = 6 xI ≥ 0 9 no. V(t) = I ⇒I= x + x2 − x x2 is continuous. Statement-2 is true.x>0 ⇒ p + 1 + 1 = q = lim x →0 x   x 2  x + x2 + x    3 kT 2 2 Therefore. 4 ∴k=2 59.e − = 2 2 2 Required area = 55.q= 2 2 57. of ways = C3 S2 is true S1 is true S1 follows from S2 3x + 5y − 32 = 0 2 2 Sol: y=x 1 2 y= ⇒x =1 x ⇒ x = 1 (x > 0) 1 y= . Ans: Statement-1 is true. x = 0 3 k (T − t )2 +C 2 t = 0.q= 2 2 ∫ − k (T − t ) dt Sol: f(x) = sin(p + 1) x + sin x . Ans: 3 square units 2 ∴p= − 3 1 .k + 6k – 8 = 0 2 k – 6k + 8 = 0 ⇒ (k – 4) (k – 2) = 0 ⇒ k = 2.x=e⇒x=e x e 58. kT 2 +C 2 . C=I− V(t) = k (T − t )2 kT 2 +I− 2 2 kT 2 2 = 1 2 ⇒ V(T) = 0 + I − .x<0 x = q. Statement -2 is a correct explanation for Statement-1.54.

Ans: πv 4 g2 v2 g 2 1 1 × 15 = m s− 15 152 1 1 1 + = v − 2 . Ans: v2 2 u 15 2 1 1 1 + = v u f dv v2 ⇒ dt = − 2 du u dt dv v 2 du = 2. Ans: Sol: 0. dt u dt 1 1 1 = × 15 = m s− 2 15 15 = 1 Particle 1 is at equilibrium position (φ = 0).50 = 0. where 2 Sol: v= b a travels in negative x direction.8 v= 15 v 1 = u 15 1 Sol: Rmax = Area = π(Rmax) = π 2 πv 4 g2 Sol: 66. Ans: Sol: ˆ ˆ µ1 N × K1 = µ2 N × K 2 .=I− 60. V0’ > 2V0. well known result ⇒ Statement 1 is wrong. 65. Ans: PART – B – PHYSICS 61. Statement 2 is true.8 2 . Ans: N= 372 K and 310 K 1− 1− T2 1 = T1 6 T2 − 62 1 = T1 3 N0 Sol: 2t / T1 / 2 N0 N log 3 = t /020 ⇒ t 2 = 20 2 3 log 2 2 2 N 20(log 3 − log 2) N0 = t /020 ⇒ t1 = 3 21 log 2 20 (log 3 − log 3 + log 2) log 2 = 20 min t2 − t1 = T2 5 = T1 6 T2 − 62 2 = T1 3 63. 45° Sol: 68.8 0 . 69. π  Particle 2 is at maximum position. Statement-2 is true. Ans: Sol: 20 min separation need to be XY.  φ =  2  Sol: 67. t) = f(x + vt). [ ] [ ] But plane of 62.15 mV 5 7 dy Sol: = y+3 dx dy = dx y+3 log (y + 3) = x + c x ∴y+3=ce x=0 y=2 ⇒ c=5 x ∴y=5e −3 log 2 ∴ y (log 2) = 5 e −3 =5×2−3=7 64. If υ ⇒ 2υ. t) = e− ( a x + b t ) This is of the form y(x. Ans: kT 2 2 = 5 × 10− × 2 × 1. 2 1 15 = ⇒ v 2 . Ans: Statement – 1 is false.15 mV E = Bλv . Ans: Wave moving in −x direction with speed b a y(x.

303 RC 6 ⇒ R = 2. Ans: Sol: 108.1 Sol: Statement-1 is true.e.5 × 2.052 cm LC = 1 = 0.4π mJ Sol: E = T. Ans: Statement-1 is true.052 cm n1T1 + n2T2 + n3T3 n1 + n2 + n3 P1V = n1KT1 P2V = n2KT2 P3V = n3KT3 1 3 3 3 mv 2 = KT1 × n1 + KT2n2 + K − T3n3 2 2 2 2 3 = K(n1 + n2 + n3)T 2 n1T1 + n2T2 + n3T3 T= n1 + n2 + n3 −6 ε0a V = ar + b dV E= − = −2ar dr Q 2 4πr . .4 × 2.T2 5 = T2 − 62 4 4T2 = 5T2 − 310 T2 = 310 K ⇒ T1 = 372 K i. Ans: Statement 1 is true. Statement-2 is true and Statement -2 is not the correct explanation of statement . Statement-2 is true and Statement -2 is not the correct explanation of statement .6 Z2 n2  1 = 13. Ans: Sol: π LC 4 q’ = q0 cosωt q 2 E= 0 2C E 1 q0 2 = 2 2 2C − 8πar 3ε0 4 3 πr 3 = −6 ε0a 79.01 mm 100 Reading = PSR × pitch + CSR × LC = 0 + 52 × 0.01 = 0. Ans: Sol: 73.6 × 9 1 −   9 8 = 13.5 t = 0.8 eV 6 75.7 × 10 Ω V = V0(1 − e− ) t/RC 120 = 200(1 − e− ) 2 t/RC = e− 5 t/RC e = 2.4π mJ 4 ρ= 74.8π(r2 − r1 ) 9   25 = 8πT  4 − 4    10   10 2 2 = 8 × 16 × π × 0. q’ = q0 2 q0 2 = q0 cosωt π 4 ⇒ ωt = t= π LC 4 70.E = ε0 Q = −4πr . and statement 2 is the correct explanation for statement – 1. Ans: Sol: 77.03 × 10− = 0.52 mm = 0.ε0 2 2 71.8 eV 13. Ans: 0. Ans: 1 Mv 2 (γ − 1) 2 R Volume is constant R Cv = (γ − 1) 1 KE = Mv 2 2 ∆Q = nCv ∆θ = 1 × Cv ∆θ ∴ ∆θ = Sol: Sol: KE 1 Mv 2 (γ − 1) = Cv 2 R 78.2ar. Ans: Sol: 2.6 × 9 × 9 = 108.1 0. Ans: 72. Statement 2 is true.7 × 10 Ω t/RC 76.

5 = =2 2 .002 R ∴ 0. 1 v1 = 0.Sol: Statement 1 is true.6 × 10− m 3 = = sin θdθ 2π R ∫0 2 µ0 Ι 87.5 v dt dv = −2.6 × 10− m 1 ρv12 + ρgh 2 1 = P0 + ρv 22 2 2 2 ⇒2gh = (v2 − v1 ) 2 2 ⇒ 2gh + v1 = v2 .25 2 . h2 = 0.5t = 2 v t= 2 6.1 = 8.001) λ ∆R = 0. Ans: Sol: 2s dv = −2. 2 R 3 ma ⇒ mg = 2 2 ⇒a= g 3 81.002 × 100 = 0. and statement 2 is the correct explanation for statement – 1. Ι decreases ω increases then Ι increases ω decreases. Ans: Sol: 3.4 m s− .25 80. = 8 × 10− × 3 • dθ • • • v1 v2 • 0 .5 dt v . Ans: Sol: Mv1 = (M + m) v2 v1 M + m = v2 M 1 (M + m)v 22 = 1 KA 22 2 2 1 1 2 Mv1 = KA12 2 2 1 1 Mv12 = KA12 2 2 ⇒ A12 A 22 = = M M+m    M+m  M  M+m M 2 85.2% 2 ∫ vdv ∝ ∫ xdx v ∝x v∝x 2 2 83. Ans: Sol: First increases and then decreases. 2 g 3 mg − T = ma TR = ⇒ −2. Ans: Sol: 86.2 m 1 ⇒ v2 = 2.4 2. Ans: Sol: Increases by 0. Statement 2 is true. Ans: µ0Ι π2R B= Ι µ Rdθ 0 sin θ πR 2πR R • • • π/2 Sol: d12 v1 v2 ⇒ d2 = d1. 8. Ans: Sol: v∝x T cosθ = mg T sinθ = F F tanθ = mg x F = 2λ mg F∝x µ0Ι π2R 82.0396 m s− P0 + A1v1 = A2v2 ⇒ d2 = 2 mR 2 a . Angular momentum is conserved.0396 ≅ 3.2% R∝λ 2 R’ ∝ λ’ 2 2 ∝ (1. Ans: Sol: M+m    M  1/ 2 84.4 kJ 88.5 3 [ ] 0 6.5 2 × 2 .4 kJ ∆U = mC∆T = 4184 × 20 × 0.

Ans: Sol: more than 3 but less than 6. Ans: −9 Gm r Sol: Gm x 2 = (r − x )2 2 (r − x )2 =4 G4 m dω t3 = 4 t − t 2 ⇒ ω = 2t 2 − dt 3 (Θ At t = 0. 2π 2π x r − x = 2x r x= 3 −Gm G4 m V= − r 2r 3 3 Gm = − (3 + 6 ) r −9 Gm = r .∴ A1  M + m  =  A2  M  1/ 2 90.72rotation. ω = 0) At t = 6 s. ω again become zero ω= dθ t3 2t 3 t 4 = 2t 3 − ⇒ θ− − dt 3 3 12 ∴ θ in 6 s = (144 − 108) = 36 rad θ 36 ⇒N= = = 5. τ = Fr = 40t − 10t τ 2 α = = 4t − t Ι 2 89.

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