SET – A

[PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY & MATHEMATICS]

PART A ÷ PHYSICS

1. A projectile is fired at an angle 60° with some
velocity u ------

Sol: R =
g
u
2
sin 2u
x =
R
dR
= 2 cot 2u du
T =
g
si n u 2 u

y =
T
dT
= cotu du

°
°
=
u
u
=
60 cot
120 cot 2
cot
2 cot 2
y
x
= ÷2
¬ x = ÷2y (No correct answer)

2. A ball is dropped down vertically from a tall
building ------

Ans : u = |
.
|

\
|
÷
h
d
sin
4
1
1

Sol:

u + u + o = 90° ¬ o = (90° ÷ 2u)
d = o = o 2 sin
g
gh 2
.
2
1
2 sin
g
u
2
1
2

= h sin 2 (90° ÷ 2u) = h sin (180° ÷ 4u)
= h sin 4u ¬ u = |
.
|

\
|
÷
h
d
sin
4
1
1

3. A photon with an initial frequency 10
11
Hz ------

Ans : 4 × 10
3
m s
÷1

Sol: E1 = hu1 = 6.63 × 10
÷34
× 10
11

= 6.63 × 10
÷23
J
E2 = hu2 = 6.63 × 10
÷34
× 0.9 × 10
11

= 5.967 × 10
÷23
J
AE = E1 ÷ E2 = 6.63 × 10
÷24
J
AE =
m
E 2
v mv
2
1
2
A
= ¬ ~ 4 × 10
3
m s
÷1

4. The correct potential energy diagram for ------

Ans :

Sol: F =
dr
du
÷
u =
í
÷ dr . F
for r > R
u = dr . r
ˆ
r
k
2 í
÷
=
r
k
1 2
r
k
1 2
=
+ ÷
÷
+ ÷

at r = ·, u ÷ 0
at r = R u =
R
k

for r < R,
u =
í
÷
0
R
dr . F
=
í
÷
÷
0
R
3
r
R
k

=
2
r
R
k
2
3
×
+

=
R 2
k
2
R
R
k
2
3
=
at r = 0, u =
R 2
k

5. Suppose the particle starts from r = · ------

Ans : (3/8) (k/R)

Sol: KE = U(R) ÷ U(R/2)
=
R 8
k
R 2
k
÷
=
R 8
k 3

6. Let a particle have an instantaneous position ----

Ans : 0 r . a ; 0 v . a ; 0 v . r < > =
u
u
o
u = gh 2
u
u
2
= 2 gh
R
k

R
r
0 -
R 2
k

Sol: In circular motion,
0 v . r v r = ¬ ±
r and a make angle u > 90°
¬
O
Me
< 0
v and a may make angle u between
them which is either > 90° or <90° or = 90°
So for general case v . a > 0

7. A large parallel plate capacitor is made of two
metal plates of size ------

Ans : ÷5 × 10
5
c0 J

Sol: AC =
( )
d
' A K K
0 2 1
c ÷

=
( )
1 . 0
1 1 . 0 2 3
0
× × c ÷

= c0
Uinitial =
C 2
Q
2

Ufinal =
( ) C C 2
Q
2
A +

W = Ufinal ÷ Uinitial
=
2
CV
2
1
A ÷
= ÷5 × 10
5
c0 J

8. A current I is flowing in a long straight wire along
the z-axis------

Ans : vZ (At) = v0

Sol: F on q is along i
ˆ
÷ direction ¬ a of q is
along i
ˆ
÷ direction ¬ component of
velocity in k
ˆ
does not change
¬ vZ (At) = v0

9. A non-conducting sphere of radius R has a
charge Q distributed ------

Ans :

Sol: From r = 0 to r = R.
E · r ¬ straight line, inclined to r.
From r = R to r = b.
E ·
2
r
1

At r > b, E = 0

10. The magnetic field at the centre of a loop
carrying ------

Ans : k
ˆ
8
7
R 3
0
I u

Sol:

B = B1 + B2 =
R 24
7
R 24
5
R 12
0 0 0
I u
=
I u
+
I u
;
Direction k
ˆ

11. A current I is flowing in a wire of length . The
total momentum ------

Ans :
q
m  I

Sol: I =
q t
1
t
q I
= ¬
v =
q t
  I
=
p = mv =
q
m  I

12. In an oil drop experiment, charged oil drops of
mass m and charge q------

Ans :
( )
2
2
0
q
R r 4 mg ÷ tc

Sol: The answer must be dimensionless ¬ q
2

is required in denominator to cancel c0 ¬
only (B) can be the answer.

13. Two lenses, one biconvex of focal length f1 and
another ------

Ans : M =
2
1
f
f

Sol: m1 =
L
f
u
v
1
1
1
=
m2 =
2 2
2
f
L
u
v
=
M = m1m2 =
2
1
f
f

(L is large ¬ ·)

|E|
R b

0
x
y

14. The central fringe in a Young’s double slit
experiment ------

Ans :
4
3

Sol: Path difference = (u ÷ 1) t
= (1.4 ÷ 1) × 5 × 10
÷6

= 2 × 10
÷6
m
Phase difference Ao =
9
6
10 8 . 632
2 10 2
÷
÷
×
t × ×

¬ Ao = 0.16 × 2t = 57.6°
¬ I = I0 cm
2
|
.
|

\
| o A
2
= 0.767I0 ~
4
3
I0

15. A polarizer is introduced in the path of a beam of
unpolarized light incident ------

Ans : u = 30° and the polarizer is placed in P ( It
is assumed that the polarized light is
getting completely transmitted.)

Sol: tano = u (Brewster’s law)
¬ o = ( ) 3 tan
1 ÷
= 60°
on transparent material.
¬ u = 90° ÷ o = 30°

16. A submarine travelling at 10 m s
÷1
is chasing
another one in front of it ------

Ans : 13 m s
÷1

Sol: f1 =
( )
( ) 10 c
v c
f
0
+
÷

f2 =
( )
( )
( )( )
( )( ) v c 10 c
10 c v c f
v c
10 c
f
0
1
+ ÷
+ ÷
=
+
+

=
( )( )
( )( ) 10 c v c
10 c v c
f
0
÷ +
+ ÷

f0 = 25000 Hz; f2 = 24900 Hz
c = 1500 m s
÷1
; v = 13 m s
÷1

17. When light of intensity I reflects from a surface
separating two ------

Ans : u =
2 1
u u ; 2ut =
( )
2
1 n 2 + ì

18. A point object is placed below a wide glass plate
of refractive index n. As an ------

Ans :
1 n
n
tan 2
2
1
÷
÷

Sol:

u = 2C’; tanC’ =
d
nr
' d
r
=
= n tan C = |
.
|

\
|
=
÷
n
1
C sin
1 n
n
2

¬ u =
1 n
n
tan 2
2
1
÷
÷

19. A light sensor is fixed at one corner of the
bottom of a rectangular tank ------
Ans : A quarter of a circle of radius = m 3 10

Sol: tanC =
d
r
1 n
1
2
=
÷

¬ r = m 3 10
1 n
d
2
=
÷

20. The average pressure on a sphere submerged
in water is the pressure ------

Ans : 63 N

Sol: P = pressure at centre = pg H
= 1000 × 10 × (0.1 + 0.1)
= 2000 N m
÷2

F = P × area
= 2000 × t × (0.1)
2

= 20t = 63 N

21. Laplace correction to the speed of sound is
made only for gases and not ------

Ans :Much smaller relative pressure change
when the wave is passing through them.

Sol: Knowledge based.

22. Three rods of equal lengths and cross sectional
areas are joined ------

Ans : T1 =
B A
T
5
2
T
5
3
+ ; T2 =
B A
T
5
3
T
5
2
+

Sol:
( ) ( ) ( )
L
T T KA
L
T T KA 2
L
T T KA
B C 2 1 1 A
÷
=
÷
=
÷

On solving,
T1 =
B A
T
5
2
T
5
3
+ and
C’
C
d
d’
r
0

T2 =
B A
T
5
3
T
5
2
+

23. The diameter of a metal wire is measured using
a screw gauge, ------

Ans : 1.21 × 10
÷5
O m

Sol: Pitch = 0.5 mm
L.C =
50
5 . 0
N
Pi tch
= = 0.01 mm
P.S.R = 4 × 0.5 = 2.0 mm
CSR = 20 × LC = 20 × 0.01 = 0.2 mm
d = 2.2 mm = 2.2 × 10
÷3
m
p =

RA
¬ p = 1.21 × 10
÷5
O m

24. Which of the following quantities has the least
number of ------

Ans : 0.08765

Sol: Knowledge based.

25. In an experiment designed to determine the
universal gravitational ------

Ans : a + 3b + 2c

Sol: [G] = M
÷1
L
3
T
÷2

=
2
3
MT
L

T
T 2
M
M
L
L 3
G
dG A
+
A
+
A
=
= 3b + a + 2c
= a + 3b + 2c

PART B ÷ CHEMISTRY

26. The relative stability of the octahedral complexes
------

Ans : (i) > (ii) > (iii) > (iv)

Sol: oxygen ligands have high affinity for Fe(III)
and affinity of Fe(III) for amines is low

27. Number of isomers that ------

Ans : 3

Sol: The complex is square planar and is of the
type Mabcd. It has three geometrical
isomers.

28. When a metal is in its low oxidation state, ------
Ans :Chloride is a o donor and the carbon
monoxide is both a o donor as well as t
acceptor

Sol: Metal ÷ CO bond is stronger than Metal ÷
Cl bond because CO act as a o donor as
well as t acceptor ligand

29. Freshly prepared, bright blue coloured, ------

Ans : ( ) | | ( ) el ectron an i s ' e ' NH e
n 3
÷

Sol: Ammoniated electron brings about the
reduction of the functional group

30. The statement that is NOT ------

Ans : silicates are mainly built through ‘SiO2’
units

Sol: silicates are built through tetrahedral
SiO4

units

31. The (SIO3

)n ------

Ans : cyclic silicates

Sol: Linear single chain silicates have
empirical formula ( ) | |
n
2
3
Si O
÷

32. The oxoacid of sulphur that ------

Ans : pyrosulphuric acid (H2S2O7)

Sol: pyrosulphuric acid (H2S2O7)
is
H O S
O
O
O S
O
O
O H

33. The reason for the formation ------

Ans : *acidic nature of B(OH)3

Sol: B(OH)3 is a Lewis acid. It reacts with water
to form [B(OH)4]
÷
& H
+

*If B is the answer B (OH)3 should be a
tribasic acid. But actually it is monobasic
acid

34. An optically active alcohol (X) ------

Ans : 2-ethyl-3-buten-1-ol

Sol:
H
2
C CH CH
CH
2
CH
3
CH
2
OH
(optically active)
H
2
/ Ni
H
3
C CH
2
CH
CH
2
CH
3
CH
2
OH
(optically inactive)

35. The major product formed in the ------

Ans :
O
Me

Sol: Ozonolysis of the given unsaturated
compound gives

CH
3 C
O
(CH
2
)
3
C
O
CH
3

This undergoes intramolecular aldol
condensation to form the compound
having structure (A)

36. The following transformation ------

Ans : NaOH / I2

Sol: Iodoform reaction will bring about the
given conversion

37. Among the following halides, ------

Ans : III

Sol:
Cl
(III)
does not undergo ionisation
because the resultant cation is
antiaromatic

38. Isopropanol can be converted ------

Ans : pyridinium chlorochromate followed by
peracetic acid

Sol: ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷
PCC
3 3
CH CHOH CH
CH
3
C
O
CH
3
CH
3
CO
3
H
CH
3
C
O
OCH
3

39. Among the isomeric butylbenzenes, the one ------

Ans :
C(CH
3
)
3

Sol: For the oxidation of the side chain, the
carbon attached to the benzene ring must
contain at least one hydrogen

40. The following reaction is ------

Ans : i (CH3)2CHCOCl / AlCl3 :
ii. Br2 / FeBr3 : iii. NH2. NH2 / KOH

Sol:
(CH
3
)
2
CHCOCl / AlCl
3

O
Br
2
/ Fe

O
Br
H
2
N - NH
2
KOH

41. The major product of the following------
Ans :
O
CH
3
CH
3

Sol: Protonation of oxygen followed by
cleavage of three membered ring gives a
3° carbocation. This undergoes ring
expansion followed by loss of proton gives
(B)

42. Conversion of benzene into 1, 3------

Ans : i. HNO3 / conc. H2SO4: ii. Br2 / FeBr3
iii. Sn / HCl iv. NaNO2 / HCl,0-5°C
v. CuBr

Sol:
HNO
3
/ H
2
SO
4

NO
2
Br
2
/ FeBr
3

NH
2
NO
2
Br
Sn / HCl
Br

NaNO
2
/ HCl
0-5
0
C
Br
N
2
Cl

CuBr
Br
Br

43. Liquid oxygen and liquid nitrogen are ------

Ans : Liquid oxygen will be attracted but liquid
nitrogen unaffected

Sol: Oxygen is paramagnetic and nitrogen is
diamagnetic

44. The highest transition energy ------

Ans : 27434.25 cm
÷1

Sol:

÷ = u
2
2
2
1
H
n
1
n
1
R
= 109737

÷0
4
1

= 27434.25 cm
÷1

45. A one litre glass bulb is evacuated and ------

Ans : 30

Sol: RT
M
W
PV =

1 1
5 . 312 08 . 0 2 . 1
M
×
× ×
=
= 30

46. The van der Waals coefficient of the inert ------

Ans : Induced dipole- Induced dipole : increased
atomic volume

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

47. Assuming AH
0
and S
0
do not change with ------

Ans : 300 K

Sol:
) g ( ) (
A A ÷÷ ÷

AH° = 30 kJ mol
÷1

AS° = 100 J mol
÷1

T =

S
H
A
A
= 300 K

48. A solution of CaCl2 was prepared by ------

Ans : 0.0006

Sol: ATf =i × Kf × m
=
112
0112 . 0 2 3 × ×

= 0.0006

49. Of thr four values of pH given below which ------

Ans : 4.4

Sol:
3 2
CO H
÷ +
+
3
HCO H ;

÷
3
HCO
÷ +
+
2
3
CO H
C . K C ] H [
1
a
= o =
+
since
1
a
K >>
2
a
K
=
3 7
10 4 10 4
÷ ÷
× × ×
= 4 × 10
÷5

pH = 4.4

50. The Habers’s process process for the ------

Ans : Ammonia dissociates spontaneously
above 500 K

Sol: AG°= AH° ÷ TAS°
At equilibrium AG° = 0
T = K 500
190
10 95
S
H
3
=
÷
× ÷
=
A
A

Above 500 K, AG° is +ve

PART C ÷ MATHEMATICS

51. Martin throws two dice simultaneously. ------

Ans :
20
1

Sol: Let L denote the event of offering lunch
P(L) = P (12). P(L | 12) + P(7) .P(L | 7)
+ P (others). P(L | others)
P(12) = ( ) ( )
36
29
others P
36
6
7 P ;
36
1
= =
P(12 | L)
3
1
36
29
2
1
36
6
3
2
36
1
3
2
36
1
× + × + ×
×
=
=
20
1

52. A spices has an initial population 4
10
. ------

Ans : 20

Sol: P = 4
10

P1 = 4
10

2
3
; P2 = 4
10

2
1
.
2
3

P3 = 4
10

2
1
2
3
2
|
.
|

\
|
;P4 = 4
10

2 2
2
1
2
3
|
.
|

\
|
|
.
|

\
|

Pt = 4
10

2
t
2
t
2
1
.
2
3
|
.
|

\
|
|
.
|

\
|
when t - even
4
10

10
2
t
2
t
3
2
1
2
3
= |
.
|

\
|
|
.
|

\
|

10
2
t
4
3
4
3
10
2
t
= ¬ |
.
|

\
|
= |
.
|

\
|

t = 20

53. If 4 squares are chosen at random ------

Ans :
4
64
4
8
C
C
2

Sol: Eight squares lie on a main diagonal and
there are 2 main diagonals.
Probability =
4
64
4
8
C
C
2

54. A student was calculating the variance ------

Ans :
100
825

Sol: V
n
x
n
x
2
2
=
|
|
.
|

\
|
÷
¯ ¯

( )
2
2
c
x x 10
¯ ¯
÷ = 100 V ___(1)
( )
2
2
c
x x 10
¯ ¯
÷ = 100 Vc ___(2)

¯
= 46 x

¯ ¯ ¯
+ = + ÷ = 9 x 10 1 x x
c

¯ ¯ ¯
+ = + ÷ = 99 x 10 1 x x
2 2 2 2 2
c
From (2) ¬ 10
( ) ( )
2
2
9 x 99 x
¯ ¯
+ ÷ + = 100 Vc
¬
( ) 81 46 18 990 x x 10
2
2
÷ + ÷ +
|
.
|

\
|
÷
¯ ¯
= 100 Vc
100 V +81 = 100 Vc
Vc =
100
81 744+
=
100
825

55. A fair coin is tossed 6 times ------

Ans :
32
5

Sol: Head appears as the 6
th
trial for the third
time. So in the first 5 trials .Head
appeared twice.
Probability =
32
5
2
1
C
6
2
5
= |
.
|

\
|

56. The sum of the roots of the equation ------

Ans : log211

Sol: Rewriting
0 ) 2 10 ( log ) 3 2 ( log 2 log 2 log
x
2
2 x
2 2
x
2
= ÷ + + ÷ +
÷

1 ) 2 10 (
) 3 2 (
2 2
x
2 x
x
=
|
|
.
|

\
|
÷ ×
+
×
÷

Rearranging
2 × (10 × 2
x
÷ 1) = (2
x
+ 3)
2

2(10y ÷ 1) = y
2
+ 6y + 9, taking y = 2
x

Y
2
÷ 14y + 11 = 0
2 1
x x
2
+
= 11
x1 + x2 = log2 11

57. Let z = |
.
|

\
| t
+
t
5
sin i
5
cos a ------

Ans :
z 1
a
2010
÷

Sol: |
.
|

\
|
t +
t
=
5
2010
sin i
5
2010
cos a z
2010 2010

= ( ) t + t 2 sin i 2 cos a
2010

=
2010
a
..... z z z
2012 2011 2010
+ + +
= |
.
|

\
|
÷ z 1
1
z
2010

=
z 1
a
2010
÷

58. The locus of the point z satisfying arg------

Ans : a single point

Sol: let z = x + iy
Z +1 = (x +1) + i y
arg (z +1) = tan
÷1
|
.
|

\
|
+1 x
y
= o
arg (z ÷1) = tan
÷1
|
.
|

\
|
÷1 x
y
= |
tan o =
1 x
y
tan
1 x
y
÷
= |
+

Since 2
tan
1
tan
1
=
|
÷
o

¬
( )
2
y
1 x
y
1 x
=
÷
÷
+

¬ 2 = 2y ¬ y = 1
line parallel to the x ÷ axis

59. For the equation, sin x + cos x= ------

Ans : there is a solution, for exactly one a> 0

Sol: Equation can be written as
|
.
|

\
|
+ = |
.
|

\
| t
÷
a
1
a
2
1
4
x cos
2
1

cos
a
1
a
4
x + = |
.
|

\
| t
÷
if a> 0 ¬ 2
a
1
a > + , equality for a = 1
but cos |
.
|

\
| t
÷
4
x s 1
Equation has one solution

60. The number of solutions of the equation ------

Ans : 6

Sol:
From the following graph it is seen that
there are 6 intersection points.

-2
-1.5
-1
-0.5
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
-360 -180 0 180 360 540

61. Consider the circles C
1
: x
2
÷ y
2
= 64 ------

Ans :
|
|
.
|

\
|
2
6
,
2
6

Sol: .Let centre of the circle be (o, o)
Equation is
x
2
+ y
2
÷ 2ox ÷ 2yo + 2o
2
= 100 ÷÷ (1)
Equation of given circle
x
2
+ y
2
= 64 ÷÷ (2)
Equation of common chord
¬ S1 ÷ S2 = 0
¬xo + yo ÷ o
2
+ 18 = 0 ÷÷ (3)
Since length of common chord = 16
which is a diameter of x
2
+ y
2
= 64
¬ o
2
= 18
o =
|
|
.
|

\
|
=
2
6
2 3
Centre
|
|
.
|

\
|
2
6
,
2
6

62. A line segment joining (1, 0, 1) and the origin -----

Ans : x
2
÷y
2
÷ z
2
= 0

Sol: The semi vertical angle o is given by
sin o =
2
1
r
x
=
¬ locus of any point on the cone is

2
1
r
x
=
i.e
2
1
z y x
x
2 2 2
2
=
+ +
or x
2
÷ y
2
÷ z
2
= 0

63. Let (x, y, z) be any point on the line passing ------

Ans : i + j ÷ 2k

Sol: (x, y, z) passing through a line which is
parallel to that vector i+ j+ k.
Then the vector perpendicular to the plane
passing through (x, y, z) will be
perpendicular to i + j + k
i.e., i + j ÷ 2k

64. A tangent to the ellipse 1
16
y
25
x
2 2
= + ------

Ans : 82

Sol: Equation tangent is

4
y
cos
5
x
+ sinu = 1
A |
.
|

\
|
u
|
.
|

\
|
u sin
4
0 B and 0 ,
cos
5

sin OAB is isosceles OA = OB ¬
k
si n
4
cos
5
=
u
=
u

cosu = 41 k
k
4
si n as
k
5
= ¬ = u
AB = 82 k k
2 2
= +

65. Let an = ( ) ( ) ( ) | |
n / 1
n n 2 ... 2 n 2 1 n 2
n
1
+ + + ------

Ans :
í
3
2
dx x l og

Sol: log an =

|
.
|

\
|
+ + + |
.
|

\
|
+ + |
.
|

\
|
+
n
n
2 log ....
n
2
2 log
n
1
2 log
n
1

¯
=
· ÷ ÷·
|
.
|

\
|
+ =
n
1 r
n
n
n n
r
2 l og
n
1
l i m ) a (l og l i m
= ( )
í
= +
1
0
dx x 2 l og
í
3
2
dx x l og = L

66. The value of
( )
is
n 3
n 3 .... 2 1
lim
4
3 3 3
x n
+ + +
÷
------

Ans : 27/4

Sol:
( )
=
¯
o ÷
4
34
1
3
n
n 3
r
lim
4
27
n 3
2
1 n 3 (
n 3
lim
4
2
13 n
=
|
.
|

\
| +
=
÷

67. The value of
í
t
t
+
+
2 /
0
2 /
i s dx e
x cos 1
x si n 2
------
Ans :
4
e 2
t

Sol:
í í
t
|
.
|

\
|
+ =
+
+
t
2
0
2
x
2
2
x
0
dx e
2
x
tan
2
x
sec dx e
x cos 1
x si n 2
4
= ( )
í
t
+
4
0
u
du e u tan u sec 2
= ( )
4 /
0
u
u tan e 2
t
= 2e
t/4

68. The differential equation satisfied by------

Ans : x+3yy
1
= 0

Sol: y = o x
3
¬ y
1
= 3 o x
2
¬ o =
2
1
x 3
y

Differential equation of given
come in y =
2
3 1
x 3
x y
¬ 3y = xy
1

Corresponding curve perpendicular to it
ie 3y = x
1
y
1 ÷

¬ 3yy
1
+ x = 0

69. Let f(x) = x ( ) t ÷ x ------

Ans : onto but NOT one-one

Sol: f(x) = x t ÷ x (2 + cos
2
x)
F(x) is continuous everywhere. f (÷·) =
÷·, f ((÷·) = ·
f is onto
If 0 <x < t
f(x) = x (t ÷x) (2+ cos
2
x)
f (t ÷x) =t ÷x (x) (2 + cos
2
x)
f is not one ÷ one

70. The equation 2x
3
÷ 3x
2
÷ p = 0 ------

Ans : (0, 1)

Sol: Let f(x) = 2x
3
÷ 3x
2
+ p
f’(x) = 6x (x ÷ 1);
f’’(0) = ÷6 < 0; f’’(1) = 6 > 0
f(0) = p ; f(1) = ÷1 + p

p
O
1
÷1 + p

f(x) will have 3 distinct real roots if p > 0
and ÷1 + p < 0
i.e. p e (0, 1)

71. For a real number x let ------

Ans : continuous at x = 1 but NOT continuous at
x = 2

Sol: f(x) = { } x
2
cos x
] x [
t

) h 1 ( f lim ) x ( f lim
0 h 1 x
÷ =
÷ ÷
÷

{ } ) h 1 (
2
cos h 1 l i m
] h 1 [
0 h
÷
t
÷ =
÷
÷
= 0
=
+
÷
) x ( f lim
1 x
{ } ) h 1 (
2
cos h 1 l i m
] h 1 [
0 h
+
t
+
+
÷
= 0
f(1) = 0 and f(x) is continuous at x = 1.
Again, ) h 2 ( f lim ) x ( f lim
0 h 2 x
÷ =
÷ ÷
÷

{ } ) h 2 (
2
cos h 2 l i m
] h 2 [
0 h
÷
t
÷ =
÷
÷

{ } ) h 2 (
2
cos h 2 l i m
1
0 h
÷
t
÷ =
÷

= 1 × cos t = ÷1.
{ } ) h 2 (
2
cos h 2 l i m ) x ( f l i m
2
0 h 2 x
+
t
+ =
÷ ÷
+

= 0.
f(x) is not continuous at x = 2.

72. Let f : (0, ·) ÷ R be------

Ans : 2

Sol: f(x) = 2x
sin2x
cos2x
( )
x 2 sin
0 x 0 x
x lim 2 x f lim
÷ ÷
=
=
x 2 ec cos
x log
lim
0 x
e 2
÷

= 2.

73. The distance of the point (1, 2, 3) ------

Ans : 3 3

Sol: Equation of line passing through (1, 2, 3)
and parallel to ( ) ( ) k
ˆ
j
ˆ
i
ˆ
j
ˆ
2 i
ˆ
3 r + + ì + + ÷ =

is
( ) ( ) k
ˆ
j
ˆ
i
ˆ
k
ˆ
3 j
ˆ
2 i
ˆ
r + + ì + + + =

ì =
÷
=
÷
=
÷

1
3 z
2
2 y
1
1 x

x = 1 + ì, y = 2 + ì, z = 3 + ì
2x + y + 2z + 5 = 0
2(1 + ì) + (2 + ì) + 2(3 + ì) + 5 = 0
ì = ÷3
point of intersection is (÷2, ÷1, 0)
Distance from (1, 2, 3)
= 3 3 3 3 3
2 2 2
= + + .

74. If the vector------

Ans : 92

Sol: Let V1 = ( ) k
ˆ
j
ˆ
i
ˆ
+ ÷ ì
V2 = ( ) k
ˆ
c j
ˆ
b i
ˆ
a + + u
V2 . ( ) 0 k
ˆ
i
ˆ
2 = ÷ ¬ c = 2a
( ) ( ) ( )k
ˆ
a 2 j
ˆ
b i
ˆ
a V V
2 1
u + ì + u + ì ÷ + u + ì = +
3 b , 4 a , 1 = u = u ÷ = ì
( ) ( )
2 2 2
2
2
2
1
b a 5 3 V V u + u + ì = +
= 3 + 5 × 16 + 9 = 92.

75. A plane H passes through the intersection------

Ans : ( ) k
ˆ
3 j
ˆ
i
ˆ
3 r + ÷ = 1

Sol: Point dividing (3, 0, 2) and (0, 3, ÷1) in the
ratio 2:1 internally is (1, 2, 0)
Equation of the required plane is
(x + y + z + 3) + ì (x ÷ y +3z ÷ 2) = 0
¬ 6 + ì (÷3) = 0 ¬ ì = 2
Equation is 3x ÷ y + 3z ÷ 1 = 0, i.e.
( ) k
ˆ
3 j
ˆ
i
ˆ
3 r + ÷ = 1

E = 0 M = m1m2 = f1 f2 (L is large  ) . Two lenses. A current  is flowing in a wire of length . A non-conducting sphere of radius R has a charge Q distributed -----Ans : |E| The answer must be dimensionless  q is required in denominator to cancel 0  only (B) can be the answer. inclined to r.Sol: In circular motion. The total momentum -----Ans : m  q q 1    t t q   v=  t q m  p = mv = q Uinitial = Ufinal = Q2 2C Q2 2C  C  W = Ufinal  Uinitial 1 =  CV 2 2 5 = 5  10 0 J Sol: = 8. charged oil drops of mass m and charge q-----mg40 r  R2 q2 Ans : Sol:  vZ (t) = v0 9. r  v  r.v > 0 7. In an oil drop experiment. From r = R to r = b. A large parallel plate capacitor is made of two metal plates of size -----Ans : 5  10 0 J 5 Sol: 0 x B = B1 + B2 = ˆ Direction k 0  5 7 0  0  .1 d 11.v  0 a and r make angle  > 90  <0 a and v may make angle  between O Me 10. 1 E 2 r At r  b. 2 13. The magnetic field at the centre of a loop carrying -----Ans : 0 7 ˆ k 3R8 y them which is either > 90 or <90 or = 90 So for general case a. E  r  straight line. A current  is flowing in a long straight wire along the z-axis-----Ans : vZ (t) = v0 Sol: i F on q is along  ˆ direction  a of q is ˆ direction  component of along  i ˆ velocity in k does not change 12.1 1 0 . 12 R 24 R 24 R Sol: C = = = 0 K1  K 2  0 A' 3  20  0. one biconvex of focal length f1 and another -----Ans : M = f1 f2 v1 f1  u1 L v2 L  u2 f2 R b Sol: m1 = m2 = Sol: From r = 0 to r = R.

4  1)  5  106 = 2  106 m Phase difference  = 2  106  2 632.1 + 0.) Sol: tan =  (Brewster’s law)   = tan1 3 = 60 on transparent material. 2t = 22. The central fringe in a Young’s double slit experiment -----Ans : 3 4 Sol: d d’ C’ r C Sol: Path difference = (  1) t = (1.858 rad = 3.14.16  2 = 57. As an -----Ans : 2 tan1 n n2  1 Sol: KATA  T1 2KAT1  T2  KA TC  TB    L L L On solving.1) = 2000 N m2 F = P  area = 2000    (0. 3 2 T1 = TA  TB and 5 5 . 17. A polarizer is introduced in the path of a beam of unpolarized light incident ------ n n2  1 19. A light sensor is fixed at one corner of the bottom of a rectangular tank -----Ans : A quarter of a circle of radius = 10 3 m 1 2 Sol: Ans :  = 30 and the polarizer is placed in P ( It is assumed that the polarized light is getting completely transmitted. v = 13 m s1 21.1)2 = 20 = 63 N c  v  c  10 c  10  f0 c  v c  10 f2 = f1 c  v  c  10c  v  c  v c  10 = f0 c  v c  10 f1 = f0 f0 = 25000 Hz. Sol: Knowledge based.6 3 2      = 0 cm   = 0. Three rods of equal lengths and cross sectional areas are joined -----Ans : T1 = 3 2 TA  TB . The average pressure on a sphere submerged in water is the pressure -----Ans : 63 N Sol: P = pressure at centre = g H = 1000  10  (0.16  2 rad   = 0. A submarine travelling at 10 m s1 is chasing another one in front of it -----Ans : 13 m s1 Sol: tanC = r= n 1 d  10 3 m n2  1  r d   20. f2 = 24900 Hz c = 1500 m s1. A point object is placed below a wide glass plate of refractive index n. 5 5  2n  1 2 T2 = 2 3 TA  TB 5 5 18. tanC’ = = n tan C =   = 2 tan1 r nr  d' d n 1   sin C   2 n n 1  = 19. When light of intensity  reflects from a surface separating two -----Ans :  = 1 2 .8  109 0  = 2C’.   = 90   = 30 16. Laplace correction to the speed of sound is made only for gases and not -----Ans :Much smaller relative pressure change when the wave is passing through them.7670  0 4  2  15.

It reacts with water + to form [B(OH)4] & H *If B is the answer B (OH)3 should be a tribasic acid. An optically active alcohol (X) -----Ans : 2-ethyl-3-buten-1-ol .21  105  m  28. The relative stability of the octahedral complexes -----Ans : (i) > (ii) > (iii) > (iv) Sol: oxygen ligands have high affinity for Fe(III) and affinity of Fe(III) for amines is low 33.R = 4  0. bright blue coloured. -----Ans : eNH3 n Sol:   ' e' is an electron  Ammoniated electron brings about the reduction of the functional group 24.5 = 2.01 = 0. Which of the following quantities has the least number of -----Ans : 0.5 mm Pitch 0.2  103 m RA =   = 1. -----Ans :Chloride is a  donor and the carbon monoxide is both a  donor as well as  acceptor Sol: Metal  CO bond is stronger than Metal  Cl bond because CO act as a  donor as well as  acceptor ligand 29. 30. Number of isomers that -----Ans : 3 Sol: The complex is square planar and is of the type Mabcd. The diameter of a metal wire is measured using a screw gauge. Freshly prepared.08765 Sol: Knowledge based.2 mm = 2. 34.21  105  m Sol: Pitch = 0.0 mm CSR = 20  LC = 20  0.S. The oxoacid of sulphur that -----Ans : pyrosulphuric acid (H2S2O7) Sol: pyrosulphuric acid (H2S2O7) O O is H O S O O S O O H PART B  CHEMISTRY 26.T2 = 2 3 TA  TB 5 5 23.2 mm d = 2.01 mm  N 50 P.5 L. In an experiment designed to determine the universal gravitational -----Ans : a + 3b + 2c Sol: [G] = M1L3T2 MT2 dG 3L M 2T    G L M T = 3b + a + 2c = a + 3b + 2c 31. It has three geometrical isomers. The reason for the formation -----Ans : *acidic nature of B(OH)3 Sol: B(OH)3 is a Lewis acid. The (SIO32)n -----Ans : cyclic silicates Sol: Linear single chain = L3 empirical formula SiO   3 2 silicates n have 32. But actually it is monobasic acid 27. When a metal is in its low oxidation state. -----Ans : 1.C = = 0. The statement that is NOT -----Ans : silicates are mainly built through ‘SiO2’ units Sol: silicates are built through tetrahedral SiO44 units 25.

NH2 KOH 37. the carbon attached to the benzene ring must contain at least one hydrogen Ans : Me 40. The major product formed in the -----Sol: O For the oxidation of the side chain. -----Ans : III 41. the one -----C(CH 3)3 Ans : (optically inactive) 35. HNO3 / conc. The following transformation -----O Ans : NaOH / I2 Sol: Iodoform reaction will bring about the given conversion Br H2N . 3-----Ans : pyridinium chlorochromate followed by peracetic acid Sol: CH3  CHOH  CH3  PCC Ans : i. Br2 / FeBr3 iii. NH2. The following reaction is -----Ans : i (CH3)2CHCOCl / AlCl3 : ii. Br2 / FeBr3 : iii.Sol: CH2CH3 H2C CH CH CH2OH (optically active) H2 / Ni CH2CH3 H3C CH2 CH CH2OH CH3 C O CH3 CH3CO3H CH3 C O OCH3 39. H2SO4: ii. NH2 / KOH Sol: Ozonolysis of the given unsaturated compound gives CH3 C (CH2)3 C CH3 O O This undergoes intramolecular aldol condensation to form the compound having structure (A) Sol: (CH3)2CHCOCl / AlCl3 O Br2 / Fe 36. Isopropanol can be converted -----42. This undergoes ring expansion followed by loss of proton gives (B) 38. Sn / HCl iv. Among the isomeric butylbenzenes. NaNO2 / HCl. CuBr . The major product of the following-----O does not undergo ionisation Ans : CH3 CH3 Sol: Cl (III) because the antiaromatic Sol: resultant cation is Protonation of oxygen followed by cleavage of three membered ring gives a 3 carbocation.0-5C v. Conversion of benzene into 1. Among the following halides.

5 M 1 1 PV  spontaneously = 30 46. Assuming H and S do not change with -----NO2 Sn / HCl Br N2Cl NaNO2 / HCl 0-50C Br Br CuBr Br NH2 Ans : 300 K Sol: Br A()   A ( g) H = 30 kJ mol1 S = 100 J mol1 T= H S  = 300 K 48.4 50.25 cm1 45.08  312.4 Sol: H2CO3 HCO  3  H  HCO 3 . The van der Waals coefficient of the inert ------ .25 cm1  1 1   RH  2  2   n1 n2    1  = 109737   0 4  [H ]  C  K a1 .0006 43. A solution of CaCl2 was prepared by -----Ans : 0. A one litre glass bulb is evacuated and -----Ans : 30 Sol: W RT M 1. The Habers’s process process for the -----Ans : Ammonia dissociates above 500 K Sol: G= H  TS At equilibrium G = 0 T= H S Above 500 K. Of thr four values of pH given below which -----Ans : 4.0112 = 112 = 0.0006 Sol: Tf =i  Kf  m 3  2  0. The highest transition energy -----Ans : 27434. Liquid oxygen and liquid nitrogen are -----Ans : Liquid oxygen will be attracted but liquid nitrogen unaffected Sol: Oxygen is paramagnetic and nitrogen is diamagnetic 49. 2 H  CO 3  44. C since K a1 >> K a2 = Sol: 4  107  4  103 = 4  105 pH = 4.Sol: HNO3 / H2SO4 Ans : Induced dipole. G is +ve   95  103  500K  190 = 27434.Induced dipole : increased atomic volume Sol: ‘a’ is a measure of attraction between the molecules and ‘b’ is a measure of the size of the molecules 0 0 NO 2 Br2 / FeBr3 47.2  0.

-----Ans : 20 = 100 Vc  100 V +81 = 100 Vc 744  81 825  Vc = = 100 100 55.P(L | 7) + P (others).PART C  MATHEMATICS Sol: 51. P7  Pothers  36 36 36 1 2  36 3  P(12 | L)  1 2 6 1 29 1      36 3 36 2 36 3 1 = 20 10 2  xc   x = 100 V ___(1) 2 2 10 xc   x  = 100 V ___(2) ∵  x  46  xc   x  1 10   x  9 2   x c   x 2  12  102   x 2  99 10 c   x From 2  99    x  9 2 (2)  = 100 Vc 10 2  10     x2   x    990  18  46  81  52. So in the first 5 trials .  Probability = 2 8  2x  2    (10  2 x )   1  (2x  3)2    Rearranging 2  (10  2x  1) = (2x + 3)2 2(10y  1) = y2 + 6y + 9. 2 2 2 2 Ans : 2 2 5 32 3 P3 = 410   2 1 3  1 . 5  1  Probability = 5 C2    32 2 6 4 10  3 2  1 2      310 2 2 10 56. Let z = a cos  i sin  -----5 5  a2010 1 z Ans : . P(L | 12) + P(7) . taking y = 2x 2 Y  14y + 11 = 0 C4 C4 64 2x1  x 2 = 11 x1 + x2 = log2 11 54. P(L | others) 1 6 29 P(12) = . P2 = 410 . A fair coin is tossed 6 times ------ Sol: P = 410 P1 = 410 3 3 1 .even 2 2 t t Head appears as the 6th trial for the third time. -----1 Ans : 20  x2    x    n  n    2 V 2 Sol: Let L denote the event of offering lunch P(L) = P (12).Head appeared twice.  when t . A spices has an initial population 4 . Martin throws two dice simultaneously. If 4 squares are chosen at random -----8 Ans : 2 C4 C4 64 Sol: Eight squares lie on a main diagonal and there are 2 main diagonals. The sum of the roots of the equation -----Ans : log211 Sol: Rewriting log2 2x  log2 2  log2 (2x  3)2  log2 (10  2 x )  0 t  3 2 3     4 4  t = 20  t  10 2 53.P4 = 410     2 2 2 t t Sol:  Pt = 4 10  3 2  1 2   . A student was calculating the variance -----Ans : 825 100    57.

2    y   arg (z +1) = tan1   =  x  1  y  arg (z 1) = tan1   =  x 1  y y tan   x 1 x 1 1 1  2 Since tan  tan   tan  =  x  1 x  1  2 y y  2 = 2y  y = 1 line parallel to the x  axis 59. 1) and the origin ----Ans : x2 y2  z2 = 0 Sol: The semi vertical angle  is given by x 1 sin  =  r 2  locus of any point on the cone is x 1  r 2 i.5 -1 -1.. 0.5 2 1.e. A line segment joining (1. 2   62. Consider the circles C1 : x  y = 64 -----2 2  6 6   Ans :   2. Let (x. The number of solutions of the equation -----Ans : 6 Sol: From the following graph it is seen that there are 6 intersection points. The locus of the point z satisfying arg-----Ans : a single point Sol: let z = x + iy Z +1 = (x +1) + i y 61. z) be any point on the line passing -----Ans : i + j  2k Sol: (x. Then the vector perpendicular to the plane passing through (x..5 -2 0 180 360 540 = a 1 z 2010 58.. for exactly one a> 0 Sol: Equation can be written as 1  1  1  cos x    a   4 a 2 2  Sol: .. z) will be perpendicular to i + j + k i.Sol: 2010 2010   z2010  a2010  cos  i sin  5 5   = a 2010 2. sin x + cos x= -----Ans : there is a solution. -360 -180 0. For the equation. y. y.  1 2 2 2 or x  y  z = 0 2 63. i + j  2k .e x2 x y z 2 2 2  1  cos  x    a  4 a  1 if a> 0  a   2 . )  Equation is 2 2 2 x + y  2x  2y + 2 = 100  (1) Equation of given circle 2 2 x + y = 64  (2)  Equation of common chord  S1  S2 = 0 x + y  2 + 18 = 0  (3) Since length of common chord = 16 which is a diameter of x2 + y2 = 64  2 = 18  6     = 3 2   2    6 6    Centre   2.5 0 -0.5 1 cos 2  i sin 2 2011 2012 = a2010  z z z  1  = z2010    1 z  2010  . equality for a = 1 a   but cos  x    1 4   Equation has one solution 60. y. z) passing through a line which is parallel to that vector i+ j+ k..Let centre of the circle be (.

Let f(x) = x x   ------   Sol: log an = 1  1 2 n    log 2    log 2    .  3n3 3n4 nx is ------ Ans : 27/4 Ans : (0... f () = .... The equation 2x  3x  p = 0 -----3 2 lim (log an )  lim n  1 n 3  log 2  n    r 1 n  r =  log2  x dx  2 log x dx = L 0 66.0  and B 0   cos    sin   sin OAB is isosceles OA = OB  5 4  k cos  sin  5 4  cos = as sin    k  41 k k  AB = k 2  k 2  82 = 2 e tan u 0  / 4 = 2e/4 68. f’’(0) = 6 < 0. f (() =   f is onto If 0 <x <  f(x) = x ( x) (2+ cos2 x) f ( x) = x (x) (2 + cos2x)  f is not one  one 70.64. The value of  0 /2 2  sin x  / 2 e dx is -----1  cos x Let f(x) = 2x3  3x2 + p f’(x) = 6x (x  1).. A tangent to the ellipse x2 y2   1 -----25 16 Sol:  0 4 2  sin x 2 e dx  1  cos x x   2 0 x x   sec 2  tan e 2 dx 2 2  x Ans : Sol: 82 = 2 Equation tangent is x y cos sin = 1 5 4 4   5    A . 1)  r3  34 1 Sol: n lim 3n4  (3n  1   3n  27 2    lim   4 n13 4 3n 2 Sol: 67. Let an = 2n  1 2n  2.2n  n1/ n -----n   3x  Corresponding curve perpendicular to it 1 ie 3y = x 1 y Ans : 2 log x dx 3  3yy1 + x = 0 69..  log 2   n  n n n    n 1 Ans : onto but NOT one-one Sol: f(x) = x x   (2 + cos2x) F(x) is continuous everywhere. f’’(1) = 6 > 0 f(0) = p . The value of lim 13  23  . The differential equation satisfied by-----Ans : x+3yy1 = 0 y=x y =3x = 3 1 2    4 0 u sec u  tan ueudu  Sol: y1 3x2  Differential equation of given come in y = y1x3 2  3y = xy1 1 65. f(1) = 1 + p Ans : 2e 4 p 1 O 1 + p ..

b  3 . 1) 71. Again. 1) in the ratio 2:1 internally is (1. 3. 2.f(x) will have 3 distinct real roots if p > 0 and 1 + p < 0 i. 2. 73. 3)  and parallel to r   3ˆ  2ˆ   ˆ  ˆ  k is i j i j ˆ  ˆ ˆ r  i  2ˆ  3k   ˆ  ˆ  k j i j ˆ lim log x        x 1 y  2 z  3     1 2 1 x = 1 + . 3) . 3) -----Ans : 3 3 Sol: Equation of line passing through (1. 2. 0) Equation of the required plane is (x + y + z + 3) +  (x  y +3z  2) = 0  6 +  (3) = 0   = 2 Equation is 3x  y + 3z  1 = 0.  lim f ( x )  lim2 h2 cos (2  h) h0 2 x 2 = 0. 2. )  R be-----Ans : 2 Sol: f(x) = 2xsin2x cos2x x 0 x 0  lim f x   2 lim xsin 2x = 2e x  0 cos ec 2x = 2. 75. 2 i 2 2 h0   1 a  4. z = 3 +  2x + y + 2z + 5 = 0 2(1 + ) + (2 + ) + 2(3 + ) + 5 = 0  = 3  point of intersection is (2. lim f ( x)  lim f (2  h)  x2 h0 = 3 + 5  16 + 9 = 92. 0. [ 2 h ]   Sol: Point dividing (3. Let f : (0.  V1  V2  32  5a 2  b 2   lim  h[1h] cos (1  h) = 0 1 h0 2   lim f ( x)  lim h[1h] cos (1  h) = 0 1  h0 2 x 1 f(1) = 0 and f(x) is continuous at x = 1. 1. 0) Distance from (1. y = 2 + . A plane H passes through the intersection-----ˆ Ans : r 3ˆ  ˆ  3k = 1 i j   lim2  h cos (2  h) h 0 2   lim2  h1 cos (2  h) h0 2 = 1  cos  = 1. 2) and (0. i. If the vector-----Ans : 92 Sol: Let V1 =  ˆ  ˆ  k i j ˆ ˆ V2 =  a ˆ  bˆ  ck i j V2 f(x) = x[ x ] cos x1 ˆ  V1  V2    aˆ     bˆ    2ak i j     ˆ  k   0  c = 2a ˆ . p  (0. 74.  f(x) is not continuous at x = 2. The distance of the point (1.e. ˆ r 3ˆ  ˆ  3k = 1 i j   72.e. For a real number x let -----Ans : continuous at x = 1 but NOT continuous at x=2 Sol:  x 2  lim f ( x)  lim f (1 h)  = 32  32  32  3 3 .