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The photoconductor is the central component of a photocopy machine . In the first step of the copuing process ,
charged gaseous ions are adsorbed onto the surface of the photoconductor . Opposite charges flow from the ground
to the ground plane to maintain overall neutrality . An electric field is set up within the photoconductor and a
potential known as the “ dark voltage” is estalished on the surface . The photoconductor can be through of as a
parallel plate capacitor , with a capacitance C given by
d
A ke
C
0
·
where k is the dielectric constant characterizing
the material from which the photoconductor is made , A is the area of the photoconductor surface ,and d is its
thickness .
An image of the photocopied page is projected onto the photoconductor by a series of mirrors and lenses , causing
select areas of the photoconductor to be exposed to light . When light of the right wavelength hits the photoconductor
, electrons may be given enough energy to overcome the forces holding them in place and become energizedto move
freely through the bulk of the photoconductor , leaving behind positively charged “holes” where they once were .
In the presence of an external electric field , the electrons and the holes move in opposite directions .
The creation of electron  hole pairs occurs only in the areas of the photoconductor exposed to light , in a layer
known as the charge generation layer that typically lies near the bottom . The holes will migrate to the surface under
the attractive force of the adsorbed surface ions , while the electrons flow to the ground plane . The process is
schematized in figure 1 .
Absorbed ions
Photon
Ground
plane
Charge generation
layer
Ground
m 15µ
) m 1 . 0 ( µ
The migration of the holes and their interaction with the surface ions lead to a decrease in the magnitude of the
potential at the surface . The new value is known as the “ light voltage,” since only those areas exposed to light
experience this change in potential . The surface potential ( relative to the potential of the ground plane ) is plotted
Figure 2.
Light of
Time
Light of Light of
Light of
Voltage
Dark Voltage
Figure  2
0
S
u
r
f
a
c
e
p
o
t
e
n
t
i
a
l
Toner particles ( ink particles are released from an ink gunand electrodes are used to direct and accelerate the toner
particles onto the page . An electrical charge is imparted to the particles as they leave the gun . These charged toner
particles adhere to the photoconductor surface in a manner that reflects the contrast between the light and dark
voltages , and the toner is then transferred onto paper. Finally , the paper is heated to bake the toner onto the page
and the copy is complete.
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1. As can be seen from figure2 , thetransition from dark to light voltage is not abrupt , but exhibits a finite duration that
corresponds roughly to the time the hole takes to that move to the surface . This is characterized by the transit time
which is approximated by the relation
 V  m
d
T
0
2
L
·
where d is the thickness of the photoconductor, µ is thedrift
mobility of the charge and
0
V is thedark voltage . Which of the following will decrease the transit time ?
a) increasing the thickness of the photocoductor
b) increasing the intensity of the light projected onto the photocoductor
c) increasing the wavelength of the light projected onto the photocoductor
d) increasing the number of gaseous ions adsorbed per unit area
2. Find the units of
0 ε
from Coulomb’s law .
,
`
.

,
`
.

·
2
2 1
0
r
q q
4ππ
1
F
Where F is the force of electrostatic attraction
1
q and
2
q are charges ,and r is the distance between the charged particles.
a) C / ( Nm) b)
2 2
/C Nm
c) ) Nm /( C
2 2
d) C / J
3. If the dark voltage is  80V ,and if the photoconductor can be thought of as a m 15 µ − thick dielectric with dielectric
constant 3 ,what is the magnitude of the surface charge density due to the adsorbed ions ?
a)
2
0
cm / C 500ε b)
2
0
cm / C 1600ε c)
2
0
cm / C 5000ε d)
2
0
cm / C 16000ε
4. What would happen if light of the correct wavelength is direct onto the photoconductor but no ions are adsorbed
onto its surface?
a) The electronhole pairs created would recombine among themselves.
b) No electronhole pairs would be created.
c) The difference between the dark and light voltages would increase.
d) Positive holes would not be annihilated when they reach the surface, thus reversing the polarity of the
photoconductor.
5. Electronhole pairs are generated only when there sufficient energy to promote an electron to a higher energy state.
If light of 600 nm hits the photoconductor and produces no electronhole pairs, which of the following actions may
lead to their generation?
a) increasing the intensity of the light.
b) increasing the number of gaseous ions adsorbed per unit area.
c) decreasing the frequency of the light.
d) decrerasing the wavelength of the light.
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6. The diagram shows a cell E, connected to a pure resistor R and pure self induction L of negligible resistance. If at
time, t = 0, the switch S is closed, the self induced emf ‘e’ across the self inductor varies with time as shown by the
graph :
L
R
E S
a)
e
t
o
b)
e
t
c)
e
t
d)
e
t
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7. Two masses m and M are connected by a massless inextensible string which is passing over a fixed pulley. At some
instant V
1
and V
2
are their velocities, shown in the figure. The ratio V
1
/V
2
is ——
V
2
V
1
m
M
a) 1 b)
cosθ
c) cosec θ d) sin θ
8. nidentical spheres are placed on a smooth surface touching each other in a straight line. An another identical sphere
moving with velocity ‘u’ along the same straight line hits the sphere. If
1
2
e · , is the coefficient of restitution
between any 2 spheres, the velocity of n
th
sphere is ——
a)
1
3
4
n
u
−
 `
⋅
. ,
b)
3
4
n
u
 `
⋅
. ,
c)
1
1
2
n
u
−
 `
⋅
. ,
d) zero
9. The figure shows the net power (P) versus current intensity (I) in a circuit. The emf of the cell φ when the power
consumed is maximum.
O
25–
50–
75–
100 W
5A
10 Amp I
a) 40 V b) 30 V c) 20 V d) 10 V
10. When a particle is allowed to Slide down from the top (A) of a hill. It stops at X due to friction. The coefficient of
friction is independent of velocity and direction of motion. The work performed by a tangential force to take the same
object back to the top of the hill is ——
h
x
A
X
a) mgh b) mgh + mgx
c) 2mgh d) depends on the shape of the hill
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11. The graph shows the motion of a ball rebounding from a horizontal surface being released from a point above the
surface. The quantity represented on the yaxis is the ball’s
y
x
time
a) velocity b) acceleration c) kinetic energy d) displacement
12. Suppose the potential energy between electron and proton at a distance ‘r’ is given by
2
3
3
Ke
r
−
. Application of
Bohr’s theory to hydrogen atom in this case shows that :
i) energy in n
th
orbit is proportional to n
6
ii) energy is proportional to m
–3
(m: mass of electron) Then :
a) both (i) and (ii) are correct b) only (i) is correct
c) only (ii) is correct d) none are correct
13. If the ground state of hydrogen atom is chosed as zero potential energy level, the value of the total energy in the first
excited state (in eV) is —
a) 10.2 b) 13.6 c) 3.4 d) 23.8
14. A thermodynamic process is such that VT = constant, the molar heat capacity of such a process is —
a) 2
V
C C R · + b) 2
V
C C R · − c)
V
C C R · + d) zero
15. The given diagram indicates the energy levels of a certain atom. When the system moves from 2E level to E level, a
photon of wavelength λ is emitted. The wavelength of the photon emitted during its transition from
4
3
E
level to E
level is —
2E
4E/3
E
a)
3
λ
b)
3
4
λ
c)
4
3
λ
d) 3λ
16. A tank is filled with water to a height 0.5m. It is placed on a stand of height 1.5m above the ground. At what height
‘h’ above the ground a small hole be made in the tank so that the water falls on the ground at the farthest distance
‘R’?
h
1.5
m
0.5
m
K R –
a) 0.5 m b) 1.0 m c) 1.5 m d) any value of h
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17. The V – T diagram of an ideal gas for the process
A B C → →
as shown. Select the correct alternative
V
T
A
B
C
o
a) pressure of the gas first increases then remains constant
b) pressure of the gas first decreases then remains constant
c) pressure of the gas remains constant through out
d) nothing can be said about the pressure of the gas from this graph
18. Two moles of an ideal gas undergo a cyclic process A B C D → → → as shown in a U –V diagram. U represents
internal energy. V represents volume of , 500
A D B
T T Ok T k · · · and 300
C
T k · , the heat absorbed in one cycle
is —
U
V
A
D
B
C
V
0
2V
0
o
a) 0 b) 400 R ln 2 c) –600 ln 2 d) 1000 R ln 2
19. One mole of an ideal gas whose pressure changes with volume on P V · α , where α is a constant, is expanded so
that its volume increases twice. The heat capacity of the gas is —
a)
( 2)
2( 1)
R r
r
+
+
b)
2
2 2
R r
r
+  `
−
. ,
c)
2
2 1
R r
r
+  `
−
. ,
d)
1
2 1
R r
r
+  `
−
. ,
20. The thermal power of density U (energy/volume) is generated at a constant rate inside a uniform sphere of radius R
and thermal conductivity K. The distribution of temperature inside the sphere when the steady state temperature. T
0
at the surface is —
a)
2 2
0
( )
6
U R r
T
K
−
+ b)
2 2
0
( )
3
U R r
T
K
−
+ c)
2 2
0
( )
2
U R r
T
K
−
+ d)
2 2
0
( ) U R r
T
K
−
+
21. A beam of parallel rays falling on a converging lens converges at point F of the lens is split into 2 parts along the
dotted line and shifted perpendicular to the optical axis in the opposite directions slightly, choose the correct
alternative :
F
a) there will be two images above and below F
b) there will be three images on same vertical time passing through F and towards night
c) there will be three images one at F and other two above and below the point F towards right
d) there will be three images one at F and other two above and below the point F towards left
22. In a double slit experiment, the distance between the slits is ‘d’. The screen is at a distance ‘D’ from slits. If a
bright fringe is formed opposite to a slit on the screen, the order of the fringe is : (
λ
–wavelength of light)
a)
2
2
d
D λ
b)
2
2 D
d
λ
c)
d
D λ
d)
2d
D λ
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23. The figure shows a thin glass converging lens of focal length,
40
3
f ·
cm. To the left of the lens is a square of area
100cm
2
. The base of the square is on the principal axis, and the right side of the square is 20cm from the lens. The area
of the image is —
F
20cm
a) 252 cm
2
b) 224 cm
2
c) 234 cm
2
d) 244 cm
2
24. In the stationary wave pattern that forms as a result of the reflection of waves from an obstacle the ratio of the
amplitude at an antinode to the amplitude at a node is 1.5. The percentage of energy passes across the obstacle is
——
a) 12% b) 24% c) 48% d) 96%
25. A source emitting a sound of frequency f is placed at a large distance from an observer. The source starts moving
towards the observer with a uniform acceleration ‘a’. If the speed of sound in the medium is V. Then the frequency
heard by the observer corresponding to the wave emitted just after the source starts is —
a)
2
Vf
Vf a −
b)
2
Vf
Vf a +
c)
2
2
2
Vf
Vf a −
d)
2
2
2
Vf
Vf a +
26. A positively charged sphere of mass 5kg is attached by a spring of spring constant
4
10
N
m
. The sphere is tied with
a thread so that spring is in its natural length. Another idential, negatively charged sphere is fixed with floor,
vertically below the positively charged sphere as shown. If initial seperation between the spheres is
0
1
2
r m · , and
magnitude of charge on each sphere is q = µθ 100 , the maximum elongation of the spring when the thread is burnt
is —
r
0
a) 15 cm b) 10 cm c) 25 cm d) 22 cm
27. A solid non conducting hemisphere of radius R has a uniformly distributed positive charge of density ρ per unit
volume. A negatively charged particle having ‘q’ is transferred from centre of its base to infinity. Work performed in
the process is —
a)
2
0
ρ
4
q R
ε
b)
2
0
2
q R − ρ
ε
c)
2
0
4
q R ρ
πε
d)
2
0
2
q R − ρ
πε
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28. The potential energy U of a particle of mass 1 kg, moving in xy plane is given by U = 2x – y. If the particle is at rest
at (2, 1), its acceleration at this position is given by —
a)
10
b)
2 10
c) 1; 3
x y
a a · · d) 3; 1
x y
a a ·− ·−
29. A less is coated with a thin film of µ = 1.2 inorder reduce the reflection from its surface at
0
5000A λ · . Minimum
thickness of the film which will minimize the intensity of the reflected light is —
a) 10
–6
m b) 10
–1
cm c) 10
–5
cm d) 10
–6
cm
30. Two thin symmetrical lenses of different nature have equal radii of curvature 20cm. The lenses are put close together
and immersed in water. The focal length of the system is 24 cm. Then the difference between refractive indices of the
two lenses will be —
a)
2
9
b)
1
3
c)
4
9
d)
5
9
31. At a certain point on a screen the path difference for the two interfering rays of same amplitude is
1
8
th
of a
wavelength. The raio of the, intensity at this point to that at the centre of a bright fringe is —
a) 0.853 : 1 b) 0.693 : 1 c) 0.492 : 1 d) 0.341 : 1
32. Two sources A and B are sounding notes of frequency 680 Hz. A listener moves from A to B with a constant velocity
u. If the speed of the sound is 340
m
s
. What must be the value of u so that he hears 10 beats per second?
a) 2.0
m
s
b) 2.5
m
s
c) 3.0
m
s
d) 3.5
m
s
33. In the circuit shown the cells have no internal resistances the potential difference V
A
–V
B
is —
A
+
+ +
– –
–
B
a) 1 V b) 15 V c) 5 V d)
10
17
V
34. A charge particle q pases through a region having perpendicular uniform electric field
E
JG
and magnietic field
B
JG
undeviated. Choose the current alternative —
a) the charged particle must be at rest
b) the component of velocity vector along
E
JG
must be zero
c) the velocity vector
V
JG
must be perpendicular to
E
JG
and
B
JG
together
d) none of these is correct
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35. Charges Q
1
, Q
2
, Q
3
and Q
4
are given to the plates 1, 2, 3 and 4 respectively. The charge appear at the outer surface of
the first plate to —
1 2 3 4
a)
1 2 3 4
Q +Q +Q +Q
2
b)
1 2 3 4
Q +Q +Q +Q
4
c)
1 2 3 4
Q – Q – Q – Q
2
d)
1 2 3 4
Q – Q – Q – Q
4
36. A parallel plate capacitor is connected to a battery. The plates are pulled apart is in a uniform speed. If x is the
seperation between the plates, then the φ rate of change of the electrostatic energy of the capacitor is proportional
to :
a) x
2
b) x c)
2
1
x
d)
1
x
37. For a cell, graph between potential difference (V) across the terminals of the cell and current (I) drawn from cell is
shown. The emf and internal resistance of cell—
V (volt)
o
2
S i
(amp)
a) 2V, 0.4Ω b) 2V, 0.5Ω c) 2V, 0.4 > Ω d) 2V, 0.4 < Ω
38. The gap between the plates of a parallel plate capacitor is filled with glass of resistivity ρ and dielectric constant K.
The capacitance of the capacitor equals C. If a voltage V is applied to it, then the leakage current of the capacitor at
that instant is —
a)
0
2 ρ
CV
k ε
b)
0
2
ρ
CV
k ε
c)
0
2
ρ
CV
k ε
d)
0
ρ
CV
k ε
39. The annular disc of copper with inner and outer radii as a and b is rotating with a uniform angular speed ω is a region
wher a uniform magnetic field B along the axis of notation exists. Then the emf induced between the inner sides and
outer rim of the disc is —
a
b
a) zero b)
2
1
ω
2
B a
c)
2 2
1
ω( )
4
B b a −
d)
2 2
1
ω( )
2
B b a −
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40. A spring of mass ‘m’ lies on a smooth table. One end of it is clamped to the nearest wall and the other end is pulled
with velocity ‘V’ the kinetic energy of the spring is —
V
a)
2
1
2
mv
b)
2
1
3
mv
c)
2
1
6
mv
d)
2
1
9
mv
41. A small sphere of superdense material has a mass half of the mass of the earth. It is situated at a height ‘h’ (much
smaller than the earth’s radius) from where it falls on the earth’s surface. Then its speed when its height from the
earth’s surface is reduced to
2
h
is —
a) 2gh b) gh c)
2
3
gh
d)
3
2
gh
42. Two particles of masses M
1
and M
2
are connected by a light spring of spring constant K as shown M
2
is placed on
rough table where as M
1
is hanging vertically. M
1
performs vertical oscillations with amplitude A. If M
2
on table
always remains at rest then minimum value of coefficient of friction between M
2
and table is —
M
1
M
2
a)
2
1 2
M KA
M M g
+
b)
1
2 2
M KA
M M g
+
c)
2
1 2
M KA
M M g
−
d)
1
2 2
M KA
M M g
−
43. A particle moves with an initial velocity V
0
and retardation αV , where V is its velocity at any time ‘t’. The particle
will cover a total distance of —
a)
0
V
4α
b)
0
V
2α
c)
0
V
α
d)
0
2V
α
44. A block of mass ‘m’ is allowed to slide down a smooth inclined plane of angle
θ
as shown. The power developed
by the force of gravity at the moment when the block reaches the bottom is —
m
u=0
l
a)
2 3
1
lg sin
3
m ⋅ θ
b)
2 3
2
lg cos
3
m ⋅ θ
c)
2 3
2
lg sin
3
m ⋅ θ d)
2 3 3
2 lg sin m ⋅ θ
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45. Three points are located at the vertices of an equilateral triangle whose sides equals ‘a’. They all start moving
simultaneously at time, t = 0 with velocity V = kt, where k is a positive constant. All the three points move such that
first always point heading continually for the second, the second for the third, and the third for the first, how soon
will the points converge?
a)
a
K
b)
2a
K
c)
2
a
K
d)
4a
K
Questions 46  50 are based on the following passage
Any object, regardless of its temperature, emits thermal radiation. For most objects, we can’t see this radiation at low
temperatures, because the emissions are in the infraed part of the psectrum. However, as the temperature increases,
the object will eventually glow a dull red. Objects like the filament of a light bulb have high enough temperatures to
give off white light. However, even though we see or detect light of one color, the object is, in fact, emitting light
across a spectrum of frequencies.
Classical theories aren’t enought to explain why this distribution of thermal wavelengths should be Scientists turned
their attention to the blackbody, an ideal system whose surface is a perfect absorber and emitter of radiation. The
thermal emission spectra from stars can be approximated closely by the blackbody distribution.
Wien’s displacement law arose from experimental results : as the temperature of a blackbody increases, the wavelength
at which the maximum intensity of thermal radiation occurs decreases.
m.k 10 2.9 T λ
3
max
−
× ·
Max Planck was able to determine the correct formula for the distribution of blackbody emission wavelengths bu
making two assumptions. First, the oscillating molecules of the blackbody that give off the thermal radiation can only
have particular, discrete frequencies. The fact that the allowed frequencies of the molecules were quantized means
that their energy has to satisfy E = nhf, where h is Planck’s constant, and n is a positive interger. Second, the emitted
quanta, called photons, have discrete energies that are proportional to their frequency. (Note : h = 4.15 x 10
15
eVs).
46. As a result of the Big Bang, a cosmic background radiation exists in all of space, at a temperature of 3 K. What is the
wavelength of this radiation?
a) 1.1 x 10
15
m b) 8.7 x 104 m c) 9.7 x 10
4
m d) 1.0 x 10
3
m
47. Which of the following could be the termperature of a blackbody whose maximum emitted intensity is in the visible
light spectrum?
a) 500 K b) 2000 K c) 5800 K d) 29000 K
48. How does the frequency of blackbody radiation at maximum intensity vary with the temperature of the emitting
body?
a) As the temperature of the object increases, the emitted frequency at maximum intensity increases
b) As the temperature of the object decreases, the emitted frequency at maximum intensity increases
c) As the temperature of the object increases, the emitted frequency at maximum intensity is unchanged
d) As the temperature of the object increases, the emitted frequency at maximum intensity decreases.
49. A mass m, connected to a spring with force constank k, undergoes oscillation. If the energy of oscillation is
quantized, how big is the energy gap between consecutive energy states?
a)
m
k
2
1
π
b)
m
k
h
c)
k
m
2
h
π
d)
m
k
2
h
π
50. A 3kg block of lead is heated from a temperature of 400 K to 410 K by adding 3840 J of heat energy. What is the
specific heat of lead?
a) 3.12 J/kg.K b) 128 J/kg. K c) 312 J/kg.K d) 384 J/kg.K
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Questions 51  53 are based on the following passage
The locun of the middle points of a system of parallel chords of an ellipse is called a diameter and chords of are called
its double ordinates, the equation is
2
2
b
y x
a m
 `
−
·
. ,
, (where m is slope of chord of ellipse
2 2
2 2
1
x y
a b
+ ·
) which is a st.
line thro’ (0, 0) having slope m
1
such that
2
1
2
b
mm
a
−
· . Also if y mx · bisect all chords 11to
1
y m x · , where
2
1
2
b
mm
a
−
· . Such a pair of diameters which bisects all chords 11 to the other are called conjugate diameters.
51. If
1 2
& θ θ be eccentric angles of the ends A & C of a pair of conjugate diameters, then
1 2
, θ θ differ by
(a)
3
π
(b)
π
(c)
3
2
π
(d)
2
π
52. In the above question (1)
2 2
AO CO + · {Where O is centre of ellipse
2 2
2 2
1
x y
a b
+ · }
(a)
2 2
a b +
(b)
( )
2
2 2
a b + (c)
2 2
a b −
(d) 1
53. In Question (1) IF AO CO · then θ =
(a)
2
π
(b)
3
π
(c)
3
or
4 4
π π
(d)
2
3
π
Questions 54  95 are independent questions
54. The equation
0 6 ) ( 4 ) (
2 2 2 2 4 4
· + − − + y cx y x bxy y x a
represents two pairs of lines at right angles and the two
pairs will coincide if
a)
ac a b 3 2
2 2
· ·
b)
bc b a 3 2
2 2
· ·
c)
ac b a · +
2 2
d)
2 2
2 3 b ac a · −
55. No. of line that can be drawn through the point (4, 5) so that its distance from (2, 3) will be equal to 12.
a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 0
56. Radius of the circle
0 8 )
ˆ
2
ˆ
2
ˆ
.( , 0 19 )
ˆ
4
ˆ
2
ˆ
2 .(
2
· + + − · − − − + k j i r k j i r r
G G G
a) 5 b) 4 c) 3 d) 2
57. The equation ax + by + c = 0 reprsents a plane perpendicular to the
a) xy  plane b) yzplane c) zx  plane d) none of these
58. The period of the function
x x
x x
x f
cos sin
cos sin
) (
+
−
·
is
a)
2
π
b)
π 2
c) π d) None of these
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59. The function
] , 0 ( ] 1 , ( :
5
e f → −∞
defined by
2 3
3
) (
+ −
·
x x
e x f
is
a) Many one and onto b) Many one and into
c) Oneone and onto d) Oneone and into
60. If the normal of f(x) = 0 at x = 0 is given by 3x  y + 3 = 0 then
) 7 ( 4 ) 4 ( 5 ) (
lim
2 2 2
2
0
x f x f x f
x
x
+ −
→
is equal to
a)
3
1
−
b)
3
1
c)
6
1
d) 0
61. The following functions are differentiable on (1, 2)
a) dt t
x
x
2
2
) (log
∫
b)
dt
t
t
x
sin
2
0
∫
c)
dt
t t
t t
x
2
2
0
1
 1
+ +
+
∫
d) None of these
62. Between any two real roots of the equation
1 sin · x e
x
the equation
1 cos − · x e
x
has
a) atleast one root b) exactly one root c) atmost one root d) no root
63. The normal to the curve (cos sin ), (sin cosθ) x y α θ θ θ α θ θ · + · − at any
θ
is such that :
a) it makes a constant angle with xaxis b) it passes through the origin
c) it is at a constant distance from the origin d) None of these
64. Hyperbolas are drawn with the same two perpendicular lines as the transverse and conjugate axes of every member,
with the property that the reciprocal of the square of the length of the semiconjugate axios of a hyperbola is less
than the reciprocal of the square of the length of the semitranseverse axis by a constant. The hyperbolas have
a) no point in common b) one point in common
c) two points in common d) four points in common
65. If
1
e and
2
e are the eccentricities of the conic sections
144 9 16
2 2
· + y x
and
144 16 9
2 2
· − y x
, then
a)
3
2
2
2
1
· + e e
b)
3
2
2
2
1
> + e e
c)
3
2
2
2
1
< + e e
d)
2 2
1 2
1 e e + ·
66. A line meets the coordinate axes in A and B. A circle is circumscribed about the triangle OAB. If the distances from
A and B of the tangent to the circle at the origin be m and n. Then the diameter of the circle is
a) m (m + n) b) m + n c) n (m + n) d) m
2
 n
2
67. In the figure OABC is a square of side 8 cm, then the equation of the smallest circle is
A
O
B
A
X
Y
a)
4 ) 4 ( ) 4 (
2 2
· − + − y x
b)
8 ) 4 ( ) 4 (
2 2
· − + − y x
c)
12 ) 4 ( ) 4 (
2 2
· − + − y x
d) None of these
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68 ∆ then ,
D) (C cis C sin C cos
D) (B cos B sin B cos
D) (A cos A sin A cos
∆ Let ABCD. ral quadrilate a In
+
+
+
·
a) independent of A and B only b) independent of B and C only
c) independent of A, B and C only d) independent of A, B, C and D all
69.
2 4 6 2
[sin sin sin ...... ]log
If e
e
to α α α + + + ∞
is a root of equation
, 0 8 9
2
· + − x x
where
,
2
0
π
α < <
then the principle
value of
,
`
.

−
3
2
sin sin
1
π
is
a) α b)
α 2
c) α − d)
α 2 −
70.
2 2
7 6 5 4 3 2 2 2
2 2
x 1 x 2
1 2 then
2 1
x x
Let ax bx cx dx ex fx gx h x x x x
x x x x
+ + +
+ + + + + + + · + + +
+ + +
a) g = 3 and h = 5 b) g =  3 and h = 5 c) g = 3 and h = 9 d) None of these
71. If in x, y, z the system of linear equations 0 7z 7y 2x 0; 3z 4y x ) 2 (cos 0, z y  x ) 3 (sin · + + · + + · + θ θ has
nonzero solution, then
θ
=
a) π n b)
6
2
π
π t n
c)
3
π
π m
d)
2
π n
72. If the integers
λ
and µ are chosen at random between 1 to 100 then the probability that a number of the form
µ λ
7 7 +
is divisible by 5 is
a)
4
1
b)
7
1
c)
8
1
d)
49
1
73. Amar, Akbar and Anthony repeatedly take turns tossing a die. Amar begins; Akbar always follows Amar Anthony
always follows Akbar; and Amar always follows Anthony. Find the probability that Anthony will be the first one to
toss a six. (The probability of obtaining a six on any toss is independent of the outcome of any other toss.)
a)
3
1
b)
9
2
c)
18
5
D)
91
25
74.
2
2 2 2 2
2
If sin cos , sin cos tan tan ,
a
a x b x c b y a y d and a x b y then
b
+ · + · ·
is equal to
a)
a)  (c d)  (a
) ( ) ( b d c b − −
b)
b)  (d c)  (b
) ( ) ( a c d a − −
c)
b)  (d c)  (b
) ( ) ( a c a d − −
d)
d)  (a c)  (a
) ( ) ( d b c b − −
75. w v u x z and z y , , ; cos 3 sin 2 tan sin 6 y, cos sin x If · · · denote respectively
z y x
2 2 2
sin , sin , sin
then the value of the triplet w v u is
a) (1, 0, 0) b) (0, 1, 0) c)
,
`
.

4
3
;
2
1
;
2
1
d)
,
`
.

2
1
;
4
3
;
2
1
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76. The greatest and least values of
( ) ( )
3
1
3
1
cos sin x x
− −
+
are
a)
2
,
2
π π
−
b)
8
,
8
3 3
π π
− c)
32
,
8
7
3 3
π π
d) None of these
77. If in triangle ABC,
o
C 45 · ∠
then exhaustive range of
B A
2 2
sin sin +
is
a) [ 0, 1 ] b) ( 0, 1 ) c)
]
]
]
]
.

+
2
2 1
,
2
1
d) None of these
78. The line x + 2y = 4 is translated parallel to itself by 3 unit in the sense of increasing x and then rotated by 30
0
in the
anticlockwise direction about the point where the shifted line cuts the xaxis. The equation of the line in the new
position is
a)
) 5 3  4  (x ) 30 ( tan
o
y − · θ
b)
) 5 3  4  (x ) 30 ( tan θ − ·
o
y
c)
) 5 3 4 (x ) 30 ( tan + + + ·
o
y θ
d)
) 5 3 4 (x ) 30 ( tan + + − ·
o
y θ
79. A point moves such that the square of its distance from a straight line is equal to the difference between the square
of its distance from the centre of a circle and the square of the radius of the circle. The locus of the point is
a) a straight line at right angle to the given line
b) a circle concentric with the given circle
c) a parabola with its axis parallel to the given line
d) a parabola with its axis perpendicular to the given line
80. If CP and CD are semiconjugate diameters of the ellipse
· + · +
2 2
2
2
2
2
1 CD CP then
b
y
a
x
a) a + b b)
2 2
b a +
c)
2 2
b a −
d)
2 2
b a +
81. If the line y = mx + 2 cuts the parabola 2y = x
2
at points ) , (
1 1
y x and ) , (
2 2
y x ; where,
2 1
x x < , then value of m
for which
dx
x
mx
x
x
,
`
.

− +
∫
2
2
2 2
1
is minimum is
a)
2
b) 8/3 c)
3 / 1
d) None of these
82.
1
3
2 1
3 6
1
x
x x x
I dx
x
 `
+
. ,
+ +
·
∫
is equal to
a)
c x
x
+ +
,
`
.

−
6
1
1
3
2
tan 6
2
3
b)
c x
x
+ −
,
`
.

−
6
1
1
3
2
tan 6
2
3
c)
c x
x
+ +
,
`
.

−
5
1
1
3
2
tan 6
2
3
d) None of these
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83.
, ......
! 7
6
! 5
4
! 3
2 1
∞ + + + ·
e e e
x
then find
1 , log ) (
0
>
∫
y xdy y f
y
x
a)
2
)] ( [
2
e f
b)
2
1
2
1
]
]
]
,
`
.

e
f
c)
2
)] ( [
2 2
e f
d) None of these
84.
) ( , and x cos (x) g , ) (
2
β α β α < · · x x f Let
the roots of the equation
0 9 18
2 2
· + − π πx x
. The area
bounded by the curve y = fog (x), the ordinates β α · · x x , and the xaxis is
a)
) 3 (
6
1
− π
b)
) 3 (
12
1
− π
c)
12
π
d)
6
π
85.
1
( ) tan , cot , 0, .
3 2
Let f x MIN x x x
π ¹ ¹ ]
· ∀ ∈
' '
]
¹ ¹ ]
The area bounded by y = f(x) and the x axis is
a)
3 6
3
4
π
+
,
`
.

In
b)
3 12 3
2
π
+
,
`
.

In
c)
3 12
3
4
π
+
,
`
.

In
d)
3 6 3
2
π
+
,
`
.

In
86. The tangent at a point P (x,. y) on a curve meets the axes at P
1
and P
2
such that P divides P
1
, P
2
internally in the ratio
2 :1. The equation of the curve is
a) xy = c b) x
2
y = c c) xy
2
= c d) None of these
87. Unit vectors
c and ,
G
G
G
b a
are coplanar. A unit vector
d
G
is perpendicular to them. If
( ) ( ) ,
ˆ
3
1
ˆ
3
1
ˆ
6
1
d c k j i b a + − · × × ×
G
G
G
G
and the angle between
a
G
and
b
G
is 30
0
, then
c
G
is
1)
)
ˆ ˆ
2
ˆ
(
3
1
k j i + −
2)
)
ˆ ˆ ˆ
2 (
3
1
k j i + −
3)
)
ˆ ˆ
2
ˆ
2 (
3
1
k j i + − −
4)
)
ˆ
2
ˆ
2
ˆ
(
3
1
k j i − + −
Which of the given statement(s) match with the main statement.
a) 1, 4 b) 1, 2 c) 1, 3 d) None of these
88. Consider a tetrahedron with faces . , , ,
4 3 2 1
F F F F Let
4 3 2 1
, , , V V V V
G G G G
be the vectors whose magnitudes are
respectively equal to areas of
4 , 3 2 1,
, F F F F and whose directions are perpendicular to their faces in outward
direction. Then
4 3 2 1
V V V V
G G G G
+ + + equals
a) 1 b) 4 c) 0 d) None of these
89. OA, OB, OC are the sides of a rectangular parallelopiped whose diagonal are OO’, AA’, BB’ and CC’. D is the centre
of the rectangel AC’O’B’ and D’ is the centre of the rectangle O’A’CB’. If the sides OA, OB, OC are in the ratio
1 : 2 : 3, the angle DOD’ is equal to
a)
697
24
cos
1 −
b)
619
22
cos
1 −
c)
697
24
sin
1 −
d)
691
22
sin
1 −
90. The least value of
100 a
2log alog 0.0001, 1 a >
a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) None of these
91. If α is an imaginary fifth root of unity, then
· − + + +
α
α α α
1
1 log
3 2
2
a) 1 b) 0 c) 2 d) 1
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92. Which of the following statements is ture?
i) The amplitude of the product of the two complex numbers is equal to product of their amplitudes
ii) For any polynomial f(x) with real coefficients imaginary rosts always occur in conjugate pairs
iii) Order relation exists in complex numbers whereas it does not exist in real numbers.
iv) The values of ω used as a cube root of unity and as a fourth root of unity are different
Which of the given statement(s) match with the main statement.
a) i and ii only b) ii and iv only c) iii and iv only d) i, ii, and iv only
93. In the expansion of (1 + x)
n
( 1+y)
n
(1+ z)
n
, the sum of the coefficients of the terms of degree r is
a)
( )
3
r
n
C
b) 3.
n
r
C c)
r
n
C
3
d)
r
n
C
3
94. If y x x x · ∞ + + + ...... log log log
4
1
10
2
1
10 10
and
' log 7
20
) 1 3 ....( 10 7 4
) 1 2 ( .... 5 3 1
10
x y
y
·
+ + + +
− + + + +
then x =
a)
5
10
b)
4
10
c)
3
10
d)
2
10
95. The solution set of the inequality
2
1
  1
 
1 ≥
+
−
x
x
is
a) ] 1 , 1 [− ∈ x b) ) 1 , 1 (− ∈ x c) ) 1 , 0 ( ∈ x d) none of these
Questions 96  100 are based on the following passage
Suppose that OX be a fixed straight line drawn through a fixed point O. The position of any point P can be expressed
uniquely by its distance OP from O and the angle that the radius vector. OP forms with line OX. If OP=r, XOP ∠ · θ
then we say (r, θ ) are polar coordinates of the point P. O is called pole & OX is the initial line. If cartesian coordinates
of P be (x, y) as shown in figure then we have cos , sin x r y r · θ · θ
y
y
x
r
P(r, ) θ
θ
0
We know that cartesian equation line is
0 or ( cos ) ( sin ) 0 ax by c a r b r c + + · θ + θ + ·
cos sin or cos sin
c K
a b a b
r r
⇒ − · θ + θ · θ+ θ
which is equation of line in polar form where a, K, b are constants.
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Normal form of a straight line:
Let P be length of ⊥ r from pole upon a straight line, α the angle which this ⊥ r makes with initial line & (r, θ ) the
coordinates of any movable point on the line, then cos( ) P r · θ−α represents equation of line in normal form.
x
P
P(r, ) θ
α
0
96. The general equation of a line is 3x+4y=5. Then the polar form is
(a)
5
3sin 4cos
r
θ+ θ · (b)
3cos 4sin 5 θ + θ ·
(c)
5
3cos 4sin
r
θ+ θ · (d)
5
3cos( ) 4sin( )
r
π− θ + π −θ ·
97. The equation of line 11 to
2
cos sin
r
θ + θ · & passing thro´ (1, / 2) π is
(a)
1
cos sin
r
θ+ θ · (b)
1
cos sin
r
θ− θ · (c)
2
cos sin
r
θ− θ · (d)
2
cos sin
r
− θ+ θ ·
98. The equation of line to cos sin
l
a b
r
θ + θ · , passing thro´ pole is
(a)
1
sin cos
l
a b
r
θ− θ · (b)
1
Tan
b
a
−
θ ·
(c) cos r a · θ (d)
sin r a · θ
99. If length of ⊥ r from origin to a straight line is 3 units & angle made by it (
⊥
r) with initial line is
4
π
then equation
of the straight line is
(a)
2
cos sin
r
· θ+ θ (b)
3cos
4
r
π  `
· θ −θ
. ,
(c)
3 2
cos
r
· θ (d)
3 2
cos sin
r
· θ + θ
100. The coordinates of foot of ⊥ r drawn from origin upon the line cos sin
l
a b
r
· θ+ θ are
(a)
1
, Tan
b
l
a
−
 `
. ,
(b)
1
2 2
, Sin
l b
a
a b
−
 `
+
. ,
(c)
1
, cos
b
l
a
−
 `
. ,
(d)
1
2 2
, Tan
l b
a
a b
−
 `
+
. ,
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Questions 101 to 105 are based on the following passage
The concentration of metallic ions in solution may be determined by photometric titration, which uses
spectrophotometric methods to measure the change in absorbance during the titration. The absorbance (A) is
defined by:
bc A ε ·
Equation
where ε is the molar absorptivity in liters per mole per centimeter, b is the length of the path through the solute in
centimeters, and c is the molar concentration. EDTA (ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid) is a nnabsorbing compound
that is often used in photometric titrations, since it forms complexes with many metallic ions, and each mole of EDTA
always reacts with one mole of metal, regardless of the charge on the cation. The ion Bi
3+
reacts with EDTA to form
a nonabsorbing complex. However, the concentration of bismuth can be measured by adding to the solution a small
amount of Cu2+, which does combine with EDTA to form an absorbing complex. the reactions are:
∫
− +
+ ) EDTA Y (H BiY Y Bi
4
 4 3
(Reaction 1)
 2 4 2
CuY Y Cu
− +
+
(Reacton 2)
The stability of each complex is indicated by a characteristic equilibrium constant K, where
23
 4 3
10
] [Y ] Bi [
] BiY [
) BiY ( K ≈ ·
+
−
−
(Equation 2) and
19
 4 2
2
10
] [Y ] Cu [
] CuY [
) CuY ( K ≈ ·
+
−
−
(Equation 3)
Figure 1 shows the results of a titration of a bismuth and copper solution with EDTA. Because the K values of the
bismuth and copper complexes are sp ;arge. ot can be assumed that the two reactions, which occir consecutively,both
go to completion.
1 2 3 4 5 6
0.6
A
added Y mL
 4
Figure 1
101. How many mL of EDTA must be added befiore the bismuth endpoint is reached?
a) 2 . 5 mL b) 3 . 0 mL c) 4 . 0 mL d) 5 . 0 mL
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102. Why is Cu
2+
a good chice to use to locate the Bi
3+
endpoint?
a) Because the copper complex is less stable than the bismuth complex
b) Because the copper complex is more stable than the bismuth complex.
c) Because copper and bismuth produce a positive absorbance slope.
d) Because the copper complex produces an especially intense color.
103. If the EDTA solution is 0.1 M, approximately how many grams of Br
3+
were present in the slution whose titration is
shown in Figure 1?
a) 1.9 x 10
1
g b) 2 . 5 x 10
1
g c) 1.9 x 10
2
g d) 6. 2 x 10
2
g
104. Some metalEDTA complexes can be titrated directly by themselves. Which of the following photometric titration
curves will be produced when the substance tirated and the titrant absorb light, but the product does not?
a)
titrant added
A
b)
titrant added
A
c)
titrant added
A
d)
titrant added
A
105. What would be the effect of placing the solution in a container that was twice as long?
a) There would be no change in the slope of the absorbance curve.
b) The slope of the absorbance curve would double
c) The slope of the absorbance curve would decrease by half.
d) The slope of the absorbance curve would change in a manner that cannot be determined
Questions 106 to 146 are independent Question
Refer to the hypothetical element E shown below to answer question 106107
C A
Z
106. If E represents any real element, which of the following statements must be true concerning the element E as shown
above?
a) The value of A is larger than Z.
b) The value of Z is larger than A.
c) If E is an ion, the value of Z is negative.
d) The value of Z cannot be larger than the value of A.
107. Which of the following is always true of the relationship between A and Z on any given element E ?
a) There is more than one possible value for A.
b) There is more than one possible value for C.
c) There is more than one possible value for Z.
d) There is more than one possible value for A + Z.
108. Aspirin is the common name for acetylsalicylic acid. The structure is shown below, what three functional groups are
present in this molecule?
O
O
O
CH
3
OH
a) ether, aromatic ring, carboxylic acid b) ester, phenul, carboxylic acid
c) alkene, aromatic ring, carboxylic acid d) alcohol, ether, carboxylic acid
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109. A sample of hydrazine sulphate (N
2
H
6
SO
4
) was dissolved in 100 ml. of water, 10 ml. of this solution was reacted with
excess of ferric chloride solution and warmed to complete the reaction. Ferrous ion formed was estimated and it
required 20 ml. of M/50 potassium permanganate solution. Estimate the amount of hydrazine sulphate in one litre of
the solution.
Reaction :
3 2
2 4 2
4 4 4 Fe N H N Fe H
+ + −
+ → + +
2 2 3
4 2
5 8 5 4 MnO FE H MN FE H O
− + + +
+ + → + + .
a) .065 g b) .325 g c) 6.5 g d) 3.25 g
110. Consider the reaction
X Y Z + →
.
The data below was obtained for the reaction after a kinetic study.
Run [X] [Y] Rate (mole/liter–min.)
1 2.0M 2.0M 1.5
2 6.0M 2.0M 4.5
3 2.0M 6.0M 1.5
Determine the rate expression for the reaction.
a) rate = k[X] [Y] b) rate = k[X]
2
c) rate = k [X] d) rate = k [Y]
111. A researcher wishes to have two samples of oxygen gas with the same pressure, volume, and temperature, but with
different densitites. Is this possible?
a) Yes, because density is not given in the ideal gas law.
b) Yes, if different isotopes of oxygen are used.
c) No, because once pressure, volume, and temperature of an ideal gas are known, all other parameters are
determined.
d) No, because density is inversely proportional to volume.
112. A crystal sublimes according to the reaction
2 2
(s) (g) X X R
Which of the following expressions represents the temperature at which solid crystal is in equilibrium with gaseous
crystal? ( H ∆ =change in enthalpy, G ∆ =change in free energy, S ∆ =entropy change.)
a) equib
H
T
S
∆
·
∆
b) equib
G H
T
S
∆ − ∆
·
∆
c) equib
G H
T
S
∆ + ∆
·
∆
d) equib
S
T
H
∆
·
∆
113. What is the correct IUPAC name for the alkene shown below?
a) 2metylbutyl2butene b) 2methylbutyl3butene
c) 3ethyl5methyl2heptene d) 3ethyl5methyl3heptene
114. Acording to Bohr’s theory, the electronic energy of hydrogen atom in the nth Bohr’s orbit given by
19
2
21.76 10
J
n
E
n
−
− ×
·
. Calculate the longest wavelength of light that will be needed to remove an electron from
the third Bohr orbit of the He
+
ion.
a) 2176Å b) 3315Å c) 2055Å d) 3017Å
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115. For solids and liquids :
2
p v
VT
C C
α
− ·
β
,
p
C and
v
C representing heat capacities at constant pressure (P) and volume (V), respectively. β is a constant
called the : (Note : T=temperature)
a) coefficient of thermal expansion b) virial coefficient
c) BenedictWebbRubin constant d) isothermal compressibility factor
116. According to the collision model, what three conditions are required for a reaction to occur?
a) 1) a molecular collision; 2) sufficient temperature; 3) proper spatial orientation of the molecules
b) 1) a molecular collision; 2) suffieient temperature; 3) sufficient duration of molecular contact
c) 1) a molecular collision; 2) sufficient energy of collision; 3) proper spatial orientation of the molecules
d) 1) a molecular collision; 2) sufficient energy of collision; 3) sufficient duration of molecular contact
117. Consider the plot below, which illustrates how Gº ∆ varies with the temperature (T). Which of the following
statements is/are true?
Gº
T
1
T
2
T
3
Temperature
0
–
+
I. Gº ∆ at
1
T is positive
II. 3
Gº
0 at
T
P
T
 ` ∂ ∆
·
∆
. ,
III. Hº ∆ = positive value, at
2
T
Which of the given statement(s) match with the main statement.
a) I only b) I and II only c) III only d) I, II and III
118. Which of the following will convert a primary alcohol to an carboxylic acid?
a) LiAlH
4
b) dilute cold KMnO
4
c) K
2
CrO
4
d) O
3
and (CH
3
)
2
S
119. A spherical balloon of 21 cm diameter is to be filled up with hydrogen at N.T.P. from a cylinder containing the gas at
20 atmospheres at 27ºC. If the cylinder can hold 2.82 litres of water, calculate the number of balloons that can be filled
up.
a) 10 b) 8 c) 5 d) 4
120. Once an object falls into a black hole, scientists consider it to have left our universe. That means our universe is:
a) Open b) Closed c) Isolated d) Entropic
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121. The apparatus below is used to measure the electrode potential of zinc. Indicate which of the statement(s) below is/
are true: (Note the following half reactions :
2
2 ; Zn Zn e
+
→ +
2
2 2 H e H
+ −
+ → take place in this system)
Pt
V
–
Anode
–
I
o
n
s
+
I
o
n
s
Zn
(1M)
2+
H
(1M)
+
1 atm
H o
2
H
2
Cathode
+
Zn
Zinc electrode Hydrogen electrode
e
–
e
–
Salt bridge,
KClagar
I. The two halves of the cell are connected by the salt bridge. It permits a current to flow and the two solutions to
mix.
II. The hydrogen electrode serves as a reference electrode.
III. The reactions occuring at the zinc electrode as current flows are :
2
2 Zn Zn e
+
→ +
and
2
2 2 H e H
+ −
+ → .
Which of the given statement(s) match with the main statement.
a) I only b) II only c) I and II only d) II and III only
122. Direction : Refer to the structures below to answer the following question.
O
OH
Structure A Structure B
What is the relatioship between structure A and B?
a) geometric isomers b) stereoisomers c) tautomers d) There is no relationship
123. At a certain temperature equilibrium constant (K
c
) is 16 for the reaction.
2 2 3
( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) SO g NO g SO g NO g + + U
If we take one mole each of all the four gases in a one litre container, what would be the equilibrium concentrations
of ( ) NO g and
2
( ) NO g ?
a) 0.4 moles, 1.6 moles b) 1.6 moles, 0.4 moles
c) 0.6 moles, 2.4 moles d) 2.4 moles, 0.6 moles
124. A heat engine is designed using an ideal gas as a working fluid. At the completion of each cycle, the engine returns
to its original state. If the net flow of heat into the heat engine is 60,000 kJ/cycle, what can be said about the net work
done each cycle? Neglect losses due to friction.
a) It is less than 60,000kJ
b) It is equal to 60,000kJ
c) It is greater than 60,000kJ
d) It begins as 60,000kJ, and decreases on each subsequent cycle
125. An ionic bond is formed between two ions. Which of the following has no effect on the strength of the bond?
I doubling the charge on both ions
II doubling the temperature
III doubling the radii of both ions
Which of the given statement(s) match with the main statement.
a) I only b) II only c) I and II d) I, II and III
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