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AIEEE
Test Assessment, Analysis & Solutions
Some students are of the opinion that for AIEEE, practice is everything. At PAGE we recognize that
practice is one of the most important constituents of a good study plan. However, it is not enough to
blindly attempt tests. After every test, one needs to spend time reviewing it. The following charts will
give you a place to start your test review First check the question paper with answer keys to find out
marks scored. Religiously note down the number of questions that you obtained correct, wrong or left
unanswered in various section types. Also make a subjective self-judgment ascertaining the cause of
your performance in the various sections.
Summary performance table.
Physics Chemistry Maths Total
Total number of questions
Questions Attempted
Correct Answers
Wrong Answers
Total Scored
Analysis of wrong questions:
Reasons for wrong questions
(To be filled after you have attempted wrong questions on your own after the test) No. Questions
A. Know the solution / answer for the question but failed
to get it right in the exam: Calculation mistake
B. Know the solution / answer for the question but failed
to get it right in the exam: Applied wrong concept
C. Do not know the concept and couldn’t solve even after exam
Total Number of questions attempted wrong
If score of A &B is high then you need more practice and read questions more carefully. If C is very high you need
to revisit the topic in the textbook.
If the number of easy, average question not attempted by you is high then you need to focus on selection of
questions. In AIEEE you should select questions you can solve fast and leave lengthy and difficult questions.
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1.c.
e Temperatur
Absorbed Heat
Entropy ·
T
Q
S · ⇒
1 2 2
K T ML [S]
− −
· ⇒
Also,
T k
2
1
E
a
·
1 2 2
2 2
B
K T ML
K
T ML
T
E
] [k


· ·
]
]
]

· ⇒
2.a. on rotating themagnet, no chang influx is linkedwiththe
coil. Therefore, induced e.m.f/currentis zero
3.d As the block slowly compress the spring its kinethic
energy remains constant i.e. zero gravitational potential
energy decvreasesand spring potential energy increases.
The rate of decrease in gravitationa potential energy is
ore then the rate of increase of spring poitential energy
because the external force does work on the block
4.d. The action of a nicol prism is based on double refraction
and dichroism. When a ray of light enters into a calcite
crystal, it is split into two rays O and E. Both are plane
polarised in mutually perpendicular planes. One of them
suffers total reflection and absorption while the other
comes out as plane polarised. Selective absorption is
called dichroism.
5.d. If the trolley does not move backward, then the
momentum will not be conserved with respect to ground.
The distance moved by the trolley depends only on the
distance travelled by the man irrespectie of the velocity
of man.
Since the distance travelled by trolley is
M m
mL
+
therefore ,it canot exceed L because
1
M m
m
<
+
6.d. When a system is in equlibrium under the action of
three forces whose lines of action are not parallel, their
lines ofaction must be concurrent.
7.d. When the temperature of copper creases, the amplitude
of vibrations of the lattice atos at the lattice sites in
copper is also increased. Thus, conduction electrons,
which is the means of transport heat in copper, collide
more often with the copper atoms. The mean time
between collision is decreased and on the average, the
man speed of the electronsat which the heat is trans
ported is thus reduced. As a result, the thermal
coductivity of copper devreases with temperature rise
of copper.
Note: For copper (metal) thermal conductivity K is
SOLUTIONS CODE : F E N
analogous to electrical coductivity σ since σ decreases
with temperature rise for the same reason and so does
K.
8.a. Cosmic rays are coming from outer space, having high
energy charged particles, like particle, - α proton etc.
rays - β are stream of high energy electrons, coming
from the nucleus of radioactive atoms.
9.b. The potential difference accrose the capacitor remais
E'
Current through the battery naver becomes zero be
cause the resistor provides and alternative path. The
rsistor dissipates energy as heat.
10.a. Under revrse basic majority carriers are drawn away
from junction. This actoinwidens depletion region and
increases barrier poteantial.
11.c. From s = ut
2 2 2
t g) (µ
2
1
at
2
1
at
2
1
· · +
µ
1
t
g µ
2s
t ∝ ∴ ·
12.a. Resolving momentum of projectileintotwo rectangular
components at starting point and arriving point We
note that the horizontal components
of momentum remains unchanged
but the vertical components of momentum.mv
sin 45° each act in opposite directoin.
Therefore change in momentum
= mv. sin45° -(-m v sin 45°)
= 2m v sin 45° = 2 mv
m.v. 2 2 1/ · ×
13.a. It is a balanced stone bridge and so the R is not in the
circuit.
In given figure resistances
1
R and
2
R are in series.
Also resistances
3
R and
4
R are in series. Now
equivalent of
1
R and
2
R is in
A B
R
Ω =10 R
1
Ω = 10 R
2
Ω =10 R
3
Ω =10 R
4
parallal to equivalent of
3
R and
4
R . Therefore the
given circuit can be simplified as
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A
B
Ω =10 R
1
Ω =10 R
2
Ω =10 R
3
Ω =10 R
4
Ω 20
Ω 20
Ω 10
Hence we get equivalent resistance of circuit as Ω 10
14.b. Let x be increase in length of the spring. The particles
would move ina circular path of radius. (l+x).
Centripital force = force due to the spirng.
2
2
2
ω m k
ω m
x kx; ω x) ( m

· ∴ · +
l
l
15.b.
3) 2(t
dt
dx
, 3) (t x
2
+ · · · ·
or t v ∝
16.c.
17.c. When observed through the plane surface, it behaves as
a slab. Hence 1.5 3/2 µ · ·
18.b. Restoring force = θ, sin Mg −
r r
x
Mg
OG
x
Mg

− · − ·
5
That is x
r
Mg
Ma
4
− · or x
r
g
a
4
− ·
And
g
r
π 4
4r
π 2 · ·
g
T
19.b. Electric intensity
2
0
r
q
ε π 4
1
× ·
or
6
9
2
9
max
10 3 2.5 2.5
10 9
1
E r
10 9
1
q × × × ×
×
·
×
·
or
3
max
10 2 q

× · coulomb
20.c.
21.b.
22.b. Since the gas is enclosed in a vessel, therefore, during
heating process, volume of the gas remains
constant. Hence, no work is done
by the gas is used to increase its i n t e r n a l
energy only. Initil internal energy of the gas is
T R
2
5
N U
1

,
`

.
|
·
Sincen moles get dissociated into atoms, therefore, after
heating, vessel contains (N-n) moles of di atomic gas
and 2n moles of a mono-atomic gas. Hence
theinternal energy of the gas, after heating,
will be equal to
T R
2
5
2m T R
2
5
n) - N ( U
2

,
`

.
|
+
,
`

.
|
·
nRT
2
1
NRT
2
5
+ ·
Hence, the heat supplied = increase in internal energy
nRT
2
1
) U (U
1 2
· − ·
23.b.
cosθ
B
m 2π
p ;
qB
θ sin v m
r · ·
since r = p , therefore, tan θ = 2π
or
2π tan θ
1 -
·
24.a. Resistance of 40 W bulb =
2
v 200×200
=
R 40
=
1000 Ω
Resistance of 60 W bulb =
200 200
60
×
Ω · 7 . 666
Resistance of 100 W bulb =
200 200
100
×
400 · Ω
Hence choice (3) is correct. Since the bulbs are con-
nected in series, the current in each is the same. Hence
Choice (2) is incorrect. The toral resistance = 1000 +
666.7+400 = 2066.7

. Therefore, the current in the
circuit is
200
= 0.097 A
2066.7
I ·
Hence the choice (4) is also incorrect. Since the 40 W
bulb has the highest resistance and the current in each
bulb is the same, the potential difference across the 40
W bulb is the highest. Hence the correct choices are (1)
and (3)
25.b. In the absence of a magnetic field, the particle will expe-
rience gravitational force mg. As a result the particle will
not continue moving in the horizontal direction but will
describe a parabolic path. So a magnetic field must be
present and its direction must be perpendicular to the
direction of the velocity.; The magnetic force experi-
enced by the particle is given by F = q(v×B)
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The magnitude of the force is F = q B sin υ θ . If
the particles is to move in the horizontal direction, this
force must balance the force of gravity, i.e.,
B mg q υ · θ sin
The minimum value of B corresponds to
° · · 90 θ or 1 θ sin . Thus mg = q B υ or
3
0.5 10 9.8
8 4
2.5 10 6 10
mg
B


× ×
· ·

× × ×
T 3.27 ·
Hence the correct choices are (1) and (3).
26.b.
τ) / 0
1 (
t
e
R
E
I

− ·
3R
5L
τ ·
R
3
(5L)
27.c. The charged particle will not hit the wall if the K.E. of
charnged particle is totally spent against the retarding
force due to magnetic field while travelling a distance.
i.e. d Bqv mv
2
1
2
× · or
2Sd
v
2(q/m)d
v
2qd
mv
B · · ·
28.d. From the given relation,
] T [L
1/L
(L)
T L
1
n n
) x n(x
D
1 2
3
2
1 2
1 2 −
·

,
`

.
|
·


·
29.d.
30.b. K.E. of the block at P = 1.5 mg. This is wasted away in
doing work on the rough flat part,
m 5 . 1
m 15
Q
P
mg.x µ 1.5mg · ∴ or
m. 7.5
µ
1.5
x · ·
∴The block comes to rest at mid-point of PQ
31.c. K.E.
2

2
1
K · and
2 2
/2) M( /12) (M I + ·

;
3
M
I
2

·

2 2 2
2
ω M
6
1
ω
3
M
2
1
K

·
]
]
]
]

·
32.b.
33.b. As optical path SB of lower slit is increased therefore,
fringe pattern shifts somwwhat downwards.
34.a. Velocity of car after time t’ V = 0 + xt’
If it decelerates for (t-t’) finally comes to rest then
) t y(t t x ) t t y( V 0 ′ − − ′ · ′ − ′ − ·
t
y x
xy
t x V t
y x
y
t
+
· ′ · ∴
+
· ′ ∴
35.b. For student
2
t 10
2
1
320 × × ·
5
320
t ·
For superman
2
5) (t 10
2
1
5) (t u 320 − × + − ·
Find u = 91.6 m/s
36.b. In adiabatic expansion,
γ γ
·
2 2 1 1
V P V P
according to ideal gas equation, PV = RT

γ γ
·
2
2
2
1
1
1
V .
V
RT
V .
V
RT
⇒ T
1
V
1
γ- 1
= T
2
V
2
γ - 1

1
2
1
1
2
V
V
T
T
− γ

,
`

.
|
·

1 3 / 5
1
1 2
V 27 / 8
V
300
T

,
`

.
|
·

3 / 2
2
8
27
300
T

,
`

.
|
·

4
9
300 T
2
× ·
⇒ T
2
= 675 K or 402°C
37. b)The termial p.d of battery V = E - ir
⇒ V = 12 - 60 x 5 x 10
- 2
⇒ V = 12 - 3 ⇒ V = 9 volt
38. b)We have,
s
p
p
s
I
I
N
N
·

2
I
1
25 p
· ⇒ I
p
= 50A
⇒ Current in primary = 50 A
39. b)
4/3
[V]
0
P
8
V
P ·
]
]
]

3 / 4
or
4/3
[8]
0
P or
0
16P P ·
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40.d.
41.b. The echo is not heard distinctly when the echo and the
next beat fall on the ear simultaneously. That is time
per beat = time taken by the reflected
beat to reach the man.
Hence
2
3
40
60 2
· ·
c
d
And
c
d ) 80 ( 2 −
This gives m 240 · d
42.b. Time taken for swimming across in shortest time is
v L/ t
1
· and that for swimming across over the
shortest distance is v L t /
2
·
θ. sin
Hence
θ. sin /
1
· t t
θ
L
43.b. According to the Lenz’s law the induced current op-
poses the cause that produces it.
44.c. Since the two cars complete circle in the same time,
their angular velocities must be the same.
45.c. The reading of balance A will decreased due to the up-
ward thrust caused by buoyance. The upthrust will be
equal to the weight of water displaced. The net down-
ward force due to mass immersed in water wilol add to
effective weight of the system. So thereadig of ablance B
will increase.
46.d. Let y = A sin ωt
For A/2, y · we find
2
1
sin · t ω
or
2
1
sin
1 −
· t ω
or
π/6 · t ω
or
π/6 5
So the phase difference =
π/6 - π/6 5
=
π/3 2
47. c)On closing one of the slits in young’s double slits
experiments uniform illumination is obtained.
48. d)Fuse wire should be such that it melts immedi
ately when strong current flows through the
curcuit. The same is possible if its melting point
is low and resistivity is high.
49.b. If
1
m isat rest then pulley B isalso at rest. In that case,
magnitude of accelerations of
2
m and
3
m will be equal
to
g
m m
m m
3 2
3 2

,
`

.
|
+

and tension in the thread connected
between
3 2
m and m will be equal to
g
m m
m m 2
T
3 2
3 2
+
·
.
Since pulley B is in static equilibrium threfore, tension
in thread passing over pulley A is equal to 2T. But it
balances block
1
m
Hence,
3 2
3 2
1
m m
m m 4
2T g m
+
· ·
g
or
1 3 2
3 2
m
4
m m
m m
·
+
50.c.
meV h h/mv 2 / λ · ·
51.b. Given, half life of radioactive element, T
1/2
= 12.5 hour
then decay constant,
2 / 1
T
6931 . 0
· λ

5 . 12
6931 . 0
· λ
⇒ · λ 5.54 x 10
- 2
per hour
Now we have the formula
t
0
e N N
λ −
·
where N
0
→ the quantity of radioactive element at
t = 0
and N → the remaining quantity of radioactive element
at time t.

t
e 256 1
λ −
·

256 / 1 e
t
·
λ −
taking log of both sides, we have 2 log 8 t
e
− · λ −
⇒ 6931 . 0 8 t × · λ

2
10 54 . 5
6931 . 0 8
t

×
×
·

2
10
54 . 5
54 . 5
t × ·
⇒ t = 100 hours
52.b.
In this figure the current flows in loop (A) because the
other diode is reverse-biased in loop (B)
Then by applying Kirchoff’s law in loop A
20I + 30I = 5
⇒ 50I = 5
⇒ I = 5/50 amp.
53.b. At one ofthe extreme position, wt of block = re
storing force. At the other extreme
position wt of block and
restoring force both act downward directions. So
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thewt of block there is double thants
weight.
54.b. Applying Boyle’s law, we have
T
x
T
x
T
2
or
T
PV
x
T
PV
x
T
PV
T
PV
+ · + · +
or
x 2
xT
T

·
55.b. Weight kept on thesystem will seperate from
thepiston when the maximum force just
exceeds the weight of the body.
Hence,
or mg y mω
2
·
0.25m ) 8(2 9 g/ω y
2 2
· π + ·
56.d. Given that
B A | B A | − · +

Squarig both sides, we get
2 2
B) A ( | B A | − · +

or
( )
2 2 2
) A ( | A | B) (A ) B A (



· − · +
2AB B A B B A B B A A A
2 2
− + · + + +

or
2AB B A B B . A 2 A
2 2 2 2
− + + +

,
`

.
|
·
·
A . B B . A and
A A A
2



or 2AB cos
θ
= - 2AB
θ) cos AB B A ( ·


° · ⇒ 180 θ 1 - θ cos
57.b. Change in stopping potential
s1 s2
V V − ·
]
]
]

− ·
1 2
λ
1
λ
1
e
he
]
]
]
]


×
× × ×
·


4000
10
3000
10
10 6 . 1
10 3 10 6 . 6
10 10
19
8 34
58.c. As
thus
r
n
B so ;
r
ni π 2
π 4
µ
B
o
∝ ·
4
r/2
r
1
2
r
r
n
n
B
B
2
1
1
2
1
2
· × · × ·
or
1 2
4B B ·
59.c. mg = q E or
3 3
r V or
d
qV
pg r
3
4
∝ · π
3200V
1
2
400
r
r
V V
3
3
1
2
1 2
·
,
`

.
|
× ·

,
`

.
|
· ∴
60.a. In going from A to C ia B,
800J 200 600 ∆Q · + ·
BC) P O P W W ∆W
a BC AB
+ × · + ·
) V - (V 10 8
A D
4
× × ·
J 240 ) 10 2 - 10 (5 10 8
-3 -3 4
· × × × × ·
J 560 240 800 ∆w ∆Q ∆u · − · − ·
61.b. Mol, formula =
EF.Wt
Mol.wt
n and . EF n · ×
62.c. Mol of
32
6
O
2
·
& mol. of
64
6
SO
2
·
the number
of molecules of
2
SO will be less then
2
O .
63.c. Not more than two electrons can be present insame
atoic orbital, this is Paulis exclusion principle.
64.b. Non electrolytes do not undergo dissociation
65.b. Energy rich states lead to instability
66.c A buffer olution does not chage itspH
67.b. OH H C
5 2
is a non-electrolyte
68.c. Boron compounds are electron deficient and therefore.
behave as Lewis acids.
69.a. The conjugate acid of

2
NH isweakly basic
70. a) Non-metals have electronegative nature, while metals
have electropositive nature. So, the group which has
maximum capacity to form anio is N, O, F.
71.a.
72.c. (i) Nuclei with pandn even (charge and mass even) have
zero spink (eg., helium - 4).
(ii) Nuclei with p andn odd (charge odd andmass even)
have integral spin (e.g., deuterium).
(iii) Nuclei withodd mass have half-integral spin (e.g.,
hy drogen)
73.a. The calculatedvalue of O.N. of
6 4 2
O S Na is2+4x+6(-2)
= 0 or 2+4x-12 = 0 or x = 2.5. This is the average of two
values.
2.5
4
0 10
4
0 2 5) ( 2
·
+
·
× + + ×
74.a. Gypsum O) 2H (CaSO
2 4
contains a lower % of
calcium than plaster of pairs O) 1/2H (CaSO
2 4
75.a. Au is not affected by acids and alkalies. The compound
X AuCl
3
is
3
AuCl which forms a complex with conc.
HCl
] [AuCl H HCl AuCl
4 3
→ +
which is used for toning in photographs
76.d.
B A +
kJ 30
kJ 70
kJ 100
C
REACTION OF PROGORESS
E
N
E
R
G
Y
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77.a. A portion of the spiral chain in ] K[Cu(CN)
2
is
Cu
N
C
C
N
Cu
N
C
Cu
78.b.
79. a)
N X X
17
7
14
8
14
9
÷→ ÷ ÷→ ÷
β − β −
Number of neutrons in X are :
atomic mass - atomic number = 14 - 9 = 5
80.a. % of
20.245 100
0.2
0.147
44
12
C · × × ·
% of
6.666 100
0.2
0.12
18
2
H · × × ·
% of O= 100-(20.045+6.666)=73.29
81.d.
N C CH
|
N C CH
3
3
= −
= −
Ni
H...... - O
H......O - O
3
CH - C N =
3
CH - C N =
O
N
O - H
N
| |
C
C
| |
O
CH
| |
CH
OH
|
O
O
| |
C
82.c.
  → 
+
-H
After the removal of
one proton
) (H
+
from cyclopentadiene, a pentadienyl
anionis obtained. It has a 6π electron system and is,
therefore, aromatic.
83.a Cl in 2,4 ,6, trinitrochlorobenzene is activated by there
2
NO groupsat o, and p-positions and hence under
goes hydrolysis most readily.
84.b.
85.c Tetrabutyl ammonium chloride is a phase-transfer
catalyst.
86.d.
87.a. Glycine H) CO N.CH (H
2 2 2
containsanacidicgroup as
well as a basic group.
88.a.
89.b. Solution gives
6
10 1 . 1 ×
hence significant figure are 2.
90.a. Total pressure of mixture = P
1
+ P
2
V
P V
V
P V
2 2 1 1
×
+
×
·
3000
600 666.6
3000
500 400 ×
+
×
·
= 66.67 + 133.33
= 200 torr
91.b The longest wevelength in the balmer series will be :

,
`

.
|
− · ·
2
2
2
1
n
1
n
1
R v
λ
1

,
`

.
|
− × ·
2 2
3
1
2
1
109677

36
5
109677× ·
= 15232.9 cm
-1

9 . 15232
1
· λ
= 6.565 x 10
-5
cm = 656.5 nm
92.b.
93.c. 1 ml solution of HCl contains 1.17 gm of HCl

1
1000
5 . 36
17 . 1
molarity × ·
= 32.05
94.d.
95.a. On increasing the pressure, boiling point increases and
the beans are cooked earlier in pressure cooker
96.d. Only phosphorous can form these compounds
3
PCl ,
N P Ca , O P
2 3 5 2
can give two
5 2 3
O N and NCl B and
Al one each
3 3
AlCl and BCl
97.b.
98.c. By addition of
2
SO equilibrium wil shift to RHS which
is exothermic. Hence temp willincrease.
99.c.
100.b. CuS and CdS are ppted by S H
2
Hydroxide of AI will
pas into the solution inthe form of
2
NaAlO being
amphoteric in nature Hence filtrate will give test for
sodium and aluminium
101.c. Hair contains amino acids which upon fusion with soda
lime NaOH+CaO) evolve
3
NH
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102.c In structre (c), nitrogen has 10 electrons in the valence
shall which is not possible.
103.a.
10 5
H C has 1° degree of unsaturaton since theisomers
are acyclic, all of these are alkenes. For writing the
isomers, first introduce the double bond at
differenct possible positios, and
then consider the possibility of branchg in
the alkyl group,
10 5
H C may be
monosubstitude (i) and (iv), disubstituted as in (ii),
(iii) and (v) and trisubstituted as in
(vi).
104.d.
105.d. Magnesium reacts with ethanol to form magnesium
ethoxide which then reacts with water toregenerate
ethanol along with Mg
2
(OH)
106.a. On the basis of structure of guanine and complementary
bases present in them we can say that if the sequence of
bases in the strand of DNA is I, then the sequence in the
second strand should be II
A : T : G : C : T : T : G : A I
T : A : C : G : A : A : C : T II
107.c. The complex compound Cl] NO [Co(en)
2 2
Br can
have
2
NO group differently linked to central metal
atom -N
O
O
or O - N = O
108.a. The reduction potential of

4
MnO is more than Fe
and
2
Cl hence it will oxidise both
+ +
Fe
and

Cl
hence

4
MnO can not be used in aqueous HCl.
109.c. (g) O (g) 2SO
2 2
+ (g) 2SO
3
3 moles 2 moles
KJ 198 ∆H
o
− ·
Reaction is exothermic and moles are decreasing on RHS
hence high pressure and low temperature will shift
forward reaction.
110.a. Normality of oxalic acid =
; 4 . 0
250 63
1000 6.3
·
×
×
2 2 1 1
V N V N ·
4 . 0 10 1 . 0 V
1
× · ×
mL 40 V
1
· ∴
111.a. (2) Ti (4), Fe (5), Mn
2 2 2 + + +
and
+ + 2 2
Mn (4), Cr contains maximum number of
unpaired electrons hence has maximum magnetic
moment.
112.a. Electropositive character and size increases down the
group, the ionic character increases.
113.d. de Broglie wavelength
mv
h
· λ
...(i)
2
2
1
. . mv E K · ....(2)
Now putting the value of v from equation (i) we get,
;
λ 2
1
. .
2

,
`

.
|
×
× ·
m
h
m E K

2
2
λ 2
1
×
× ·
m
h
i.e.,
same) are λ If (
1
. .
m
E K ∝
114. a) The contribution of 8 atoms of fcc unit cell is 1
8
1
8 · ×
and the contribution of 6 face centered atom shared by 2
unit cell is 3
3
1
6 · × .
∴number of atoms in fcc unit cell = 1 + 3 = 4
115. c) The process of hydration may be enpresssed as :
kJ 5 . 66
) aq ( CuSO ) S ( CuSO
4
H
4
1

÷ ÷ ÷ → ÷

∆H ∆H
2
? - 11.7 kJ
CuSO
4
.5H
2
O
According to Hess’ s law :
∆H = ∆H + ∆H
2
∆H = ∆H
1
- ∆H
2
= - 66.5 - 11.7 = - 78.2 kJ
116. a) If the ratio of B and B
11
5
10
5
is x : y then :
y x
x
+
+
·
y 11 10
= 10.81
or 0.81x = 0.19 y or
81
19
y
·
x
117.a. CH
3
group is electron repelling group ( +1)
while - NO
2
group is electron attracting group ( - 1)
-NO
2
attracts electron density comprehensively when it
is attached in ortho and para positin on benzene ring.
Hence the order of acidic strength is :
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118.c.
119.b. For M
2
S salt :
K
SP
= 4S
3
= 4 x (3.5 x 10
-6
)
3
= 1.71 x 10
-16
120.b. 158.4
1.5 0.1
1000 0.11 2.16
w ∆T
1000 W K
M
b
b
·
×
× ×
·
×
× ×
·
121.c. We have
2
| iw z | 4 + ·
) w i z )( iw z ( − + ·
⇒ w w w iz z iw z z + − +
... (1)
Also ) iw z )( w i z ( | w i z | 4
2
+ − · − ·

w w iwz z w i z z 4 + + − ·
.... (2)
Subtracting (2) from (1), we get
0 iwz z w i z w i z iw · − + −
⇒ 0 ) z z ( w ) z z ( w · − + −
⇒ 0 ) z z )( w w ( · − +
⇒ z z or w w · − ·
If w = - w , then Re w = 0 and also |w| = 1
∴ i w t ·
Thus ) 1 z )( 1 z ( | 1 z | 4
2
− − · − ·
⇒ 1 z z | z | 4
2
+ − − ·
⇒ 1 | z | as ; 1 ) z z ( 1 4
2
· + + − ·
⇒ 2 ) z z ( − · +
⇒ Re z = -1 ⇒ Im z = 0, since |z | = 1 ∴
z = -1
Again if z =
z
, then 1 = |z|
2
= z
z
= zz = z
2
Hence, z = 1 or - 1
122.b. Here.
p + q = - p and pq = q
if q = 0 then p = 0.
if q

0 then p = 1 and q = - 2
Hence, p = 1 or 0
123.b. p
th
term in the expansion of ( 3 + 2x)
6
( )
1 p 1 p 6
1 p
6
x 2 ) 3 ( C
− + −

·
1 p 1 p p 7
1 p
6
x 2 3 C
− − −

·
∴ As per question
4860 2 3 C
1 p p 7
1 p
6
·
− −

..... (1)
By trial, when p = 2, we have
1 5
1
6 1 p p 7
1 p
6
2 3 C 2 3 C ·
− −

= 6 x 3
5
x 2 4860 2916 ≠ ·
Again when p = 3
2 4
2
6 1 p p 7
1 p
6
2 3 C 2 3 C ·
− −

4860 4 81
1 2
5 6
· × ×
×
×
·
when p = 3, (1) is true.
Thus, p = 3
124.c. (x + y) dx + x dy = 0 . . . (i)

dx
dy
=
x
y x +

Which is homogeneous .
Also (i) canbe written as :
1 y
x
1
dx
dy
− · +
Which is linear differential equation.
Thus, equation (i) is both homogeneous and linear.
125.b. We have,

,
`

.
| − π
·
,
`

.
| + −
×
2
B 2
sin ac 2
2
C B A
sin ac 2
=
B cos ac 2 B
2
sin ac 2 ·
,
`

.
|

π

,
`

.
|
− +
·
ac 2
b c a
ac 2
2 2 2
= a
2
+ c
2
- b
2
= c
2
+ a
2
- b
2
126.d. Sum of the observation = 100 x 40 = 4000
∴ Corrected
· ΣX
incorrect
X Σ
- 50 + 60
= 4000 - 50 + 60 = 4010
∴ Corrected mean =
100
X Corrected Σ
10 . 40
100
4010
· ·
127.a. Given that
1 | c | | b | | a | · · ·
→ → →
and
0 ] c , b , a [ ·
→ → →
] a c 2 , c b 2 , b a 2 [
→ → → → → →
− − − ∴
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=
)] a c 2 ( ) c b 2 [( . ) b a 2 (
→ → → → → →
− × − −
=
] a c c c 2 a b 2 c b 4 [ . ) b a 2 (
→ → → → → → → → →
× + × − × − × −
) a c a b 2 c b 4 ( . ) b a 2 (
→ → → → → → → →
× + × − × −
=
] a , c , b [ ] a , c , a [ 2 ] a , b , a [ 4 ] c , b , a [ 4 2
→ → → → → → → → → → → →
− + − ×
0 ] c , b , a [ 7 ] c , b , a [ ] c , b , a [ 8 · · −
→ → → → → → → → →
128.c. ); (x
-1
f x) · φ( )) (φ( φ · ⇒ φ( · ⇒ x 1 x)) ' f x
)) (φ(
· ( φ ⇒
x
x)
'
1
f
'
5
)) φ( +
· φ( ⇒
+
·
x ( 1
1
x)) ( '
1
1
) ( '
5
f
x
x f
or
5
)) φ( + ·
)) φ(
· ( φ x
x ( f'
1
x) ' ( 1
129.c. 0 λ 2 2 2
2 2 2
· + − − − + + z y x z y x is a family of
concentric sphere. If sphere through (1, 1, 1),
then
3 λ ·
130.d. f = { (x , u), (y, v), (z, v)} is the given
mapping from A = { x, y, z} to B = {u, v, w}
Clearly f(y) = f(z) = v, so f is many one and range of
, B } v , u { f ⊆ · so it is into.
Thus f is many one into
131.d. Here, augmented matrix
2 1 1 k 2 0
3 2 k 0 0
1 3 2 1

+
+

·
3 2 k 0 0
2 1 1 k 2 0
1 3 2 1

+
+

·
interchanging R
2
and R
3
This shows that the system of equations will be
inconsistent if k + 2 = 0 i.e., k = - 2
132.b. Distinct n digit numbers which can be formed using
digits 2, 5 and 7
= 3 x 3 x 3 ....... upto n times = 3
n
We have to find n so that 3
n


900

100 3 3
2 n
× ≥

100 3
2 n


⇒ 5 2 n ≥ − ⇒ 7 n ≥
∴ the smallest value of n is 7.
133.d. For domain, x + 3 > 0 ⇒ x > - 3
and x
2
+ 3x + 2

0 ⇒(x + 1)(x + 2)

0
⇒ x

-1, -2
Hence, domain = (-3,

)\{-1, -2}
134.b. Required Area is
ABCD = (AB)
2
=
2
) 2 (
= 2
135.d. Equation of a plane through
(-2, -2, 2) is given by
a(x + 2) + b(y + 2) + c (z - 2) = 0
It contains the line joining the points (1, 1, 1) and (1,
-1, 2), so these points also lie in the plane
∴ 3a + 3b - c = 0; 3a + b+ 0. c = 0

r
6
c
3
b
1
a
·

·

·
(say)
or equation of the plane is
x - 3y - 6z + 8 = 0
136.a. y
2
+ z
2
= 0 ⇒ y = 0, z = 0
In three dimensional space, y = 0 and z = 0, represents
xz - plane xy - plane respectively, whose intersection is
x-axis.
137.b. Here if velocity of current is u, then velocity of man
= 2u
∴ OA = u, OB = 2u
Resultant velocity is along OC,

to OA
Resolving along OA,we get
u + 2u cos θ = 0 ⇒ cos θ = -1/2 ⇒ θ = 120
o
138.c. Since ) (log log x
e e
is defined if x > 1
139.c. For both the roots to be positive the condition are
0
2
1 2
, 0 ) 0 ( , 0 >

> ≥
a
f D
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,
`

.
|

+
∈ ⇒ ,
2
3 2
a
140.d. Ap = h cot α, BP = h cot β

β
β cot h
p
h
Q
B A
α
α cot h
P
h
Q
α cot h
100m
100m
A
B
C
plane) (Vertical
β cot h P
plane) l (Horizonta
β cot h α cot 100
2 2 2 2 2
+ · h
β cot α cot
100
2 2
+
· h
141.b.
(say)
1 1 2 2 2 1
k a a a a a a
n n n n
· + · + · +
+ −
Expression
¹
¹
¹
'
¹
¹
¹
¹
'
¹


+ +


·
+
+
1
1
2 1
2 1
...
n n
n n
a a
a a
a a
a a
k
), (
1 1 +


·
n
a a
d
k
where d = common difference
) (
). (
1 1
2 1
1 1
1 1
+ +
+
+ −

+ ·
+


·
n
n
n
n
a a d
nd
a a
a a
a a
d
k
142.b. We have
∑ ∑ + · +
· ·
+
13
1 n
n
13
1 n
1 n n
i ) i 1 ( ) i i (
] i ..... i i i )[ i 1 (
13 3 2
+ + + + + ·
]
]
]
]



+ ·
i 1
) i 1 ( i
) i 1 (
13
]
]
]



+ ·
i 1
) i 1 ( i
) i 1 (
as i
13
= (i
4
)
3
.i = 1. i = i
= ( 1 + i) i = i - 1
143.d. Equation of a plane through
(2, - 3, 1) is
a (x -2 ) + b (y + 3)+ c (z - 1) = 0 .... (1)
It passes through ( - 1, 1, - 7) , so
-3a + 4b - 8c = 0 .... (2)
It is perp. to the plane x - 2y + 5z + 1 = 0
so a - 2b + 5c = 0 .... (3)
Solving (2) and (3), we get
λ · · ·
2
c
7
b
4
a
Putting these values of a, b, c in (1), equation of the
required plane is
4x + 7y + 2z + 11 = 0
144.d. 0
2
15
y 4 x 3 · − +
and 3x+4y - 9= 0
since these lines are parallel, so distance between these
lines
2 2 2 2
1 2
4 3
2
15
9
+

,
`

.
|
− − −
·
+

·
b a
c c
10
3
5
2
3
16 9
2
3
· ·
+

·
145.c. Limit =
x x x
x x x
x
+ +
− +
∞ →
lim
2
1
1
1
1
lim ·
¹
¹
¹
'
¹
¹
¹
¹
'
¹
+ +
·
∞ →
x
x
x
x
146.a. Here only the variate values are changed.
Hence the only probability of
i
x and ) (
i
x f is the
same pi.
147.a. Given 9 p n · and 6 q p n ·
9 p n · ⇒ and n p q = 6
3
1
3
2
1 q 1 p
3
2
9
6
q · − · − · ⇒ · · ⇒
and np = 9
27.
p
9
n · · ⇒
Hence n = 27 and p =
3
1
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148.a.
28 21 18
z y x · ·
z y x log 28 log 211 log 18 · · ⇒
z y x
x z y
log 7 , log 3 , log 3 , 3 Now

,
`

.
|

,
`

.
|

,
`

.
|
⇒ ⇒
28
18
7 ,
21
28
3 ,
18
21
3 , 3 ,
log
log
7 ,
log
log
3 ,
log
log
3 , 3
x
z
z
y
y
x
⇒3, 3.5,4.4.5 (anA.P).
149.b. As the line through (-4, 5) varies, the distance a of the
line from (3, -2) also varies. The minimum value of a is
when the line is perpendicular to the line joining
(-4, 5) to (3, -2) and that is when a =
2 7
150.b. Given
0 1 1
2 2
· − + − dx y dy x
0
1 1
2 2
·

+


x
dx
y
dy
integrating, we get
c x y · +
− − 1 1
sin sin
151.a. Required left hand derivative
h
) k ( f ) h k ( f
lim ) 0 k ( f
0 h

− −
· − ·

h
k sin k ) h k ( sin ) 1 k (
lim
0 h

π − − π −
·

h
0 h sin ) 1 ( ) 1 k (
lim
1 k
0 h

− π − −
·


h
h sin
lim ) 1 )( 1 k (
0 h
k
π
π
π − − ·

π − − · × π − − · ) 1 k ( ) 1 ( 1 ) 1 )( 1 k (
k k
152.b. Here,
1 r
2
) 1 r ( 10
1 r
10
r
x
2
3
x
C T
− − −


,
`

.
|

,
`

.
|
·
( )
r 3 13 1 r
r 11
1 r
10
x 2
3
1
C
− −



,
`

.
|
·
Since, r
th
term contains x
4
, so that
13 - 3r = 4
or 3r = 9 ⇒ r = 3 ⇒
153. b)Probability of drawing a white ball
5
3
·
Probability of drawing a red ball
5
2
·
The initial ball drawn would be either white or red.
∴ probability of drawing a white ball in second attempt
without replacement
2
1
4
2
5
2
4
2
5
3
· × + × ·
154.d. Let two numbers be x, 3 - x
2 2
) 3 ( ) 3 ( 2 ) 3 ( x x x
dx
dp
x x P − + − − · ⇒ − · ∴
) 3 3 )( 3 ( x x
dx
dp
− − · ∴
and
12 6 ) 1 )( 3 3 ( ) 3 )( 3 (
2
2
− · − − + − − · x x x
dx
p d
I , 3 0 · ⇒ · x
dx
dp
But x = 3 is not possible
0 6
1
2
2
< − ·
· x
dx
P d
∴P is max. at x = 1 and maximum value is
4 ) 1 3 ( 1
2
· −
155.b. (1+y
2
) dx - xy dy = 0
⇒ 2
y 1
dy y
x
dx
+
·

c log ) y 1 ( log
2
1
| x | log
2
+ + ·

2
1 | | y c x + ·
When x = 1, y = 0 so we get c = 1
∴ solutin is
2
y 1 x + ·
or x
2
- y
2
= 1
156.a. Here X = 2, Y = 1
tan θ = Y/X = 1/2
Equation of the line of action of the resultant is y = (
tan θ) (x) i.e.
y = (1/2) x i.e. y - 2x = 0
157.b. We have
k
ˆ
j
ˆ
2 i
ˆ
2
0 1 1
2 1 2
k
ˆ
j
ˆ
i
ˆ
b a + − · − · ×
3 1 4 4 1 b a · + + · · × ∴
Again, since 8 a c
2
· −
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⇒ 8 a . c 2 a c
2 2
· − +
⇒ ; 8 c 2 9 c
2
· − +

· ·
· + + ·
c c . a a . c and
9 4 1 4 a as
2
⇒ 0 1 c 2 c
2
· + −

{ ¦ 1 c 0 1 c
2
· ⇒ · −
Now,
° × · × × 30 sin c b a c ) b a (
2
3
2
1
) 1 )( 3 ( ·
,
`

.
|
·
158. c. .Let
2 2 2
2 2 2
2 2 2
1) (c 1) (b 1) (a
1) (c 1) (b 1) (a
c b a

− − −
+ + + ·
Apply
3 2 2
R R R − → and take 4 common
2 2 2
2 2 2
1) (c 1) (b 1) (a
c b a
4 ∆
− − −
· c b a
Apply
1 2 3 3
R 2R R R − + →
a) c)(c b)(b 4(a
1 1 1
c b a
c b a
4 ∆
2 2 2
− − − · ·
Now given

= 0 ⇒4(a-b)(b-c)(c-a)=0
Clearly, atleast one of the factors must be zero.
Hence the triangle must be isosceles.
ALTERNATE:
If a = b then

=0 as C
1
and C
2
become identical.
Similarly if b = c or c = a,

= 0.
159.a. The function
16
) (
3
+
·
x
x
x f
is increasing in [0, 1]
∴ Min. value of f(x) is f(0) = 0 and Max. value of
) (x f is
17
1
) 1 ( · f
Since ) ( ) ( ) ( a b M dx x f a b m
b
a
− ≤ ∫ ≤ −
17
1
16
0
3
1
0

+
∫ ≤ dx
x
x
160.b. β)} - (α β) {(α tan α 2 tan + + ·
1
β) α ( β)tan α tan( 1
β) α ( tan β) α tan(
− ·
− + −
− + +
·
° < < ⇒ ° < < 180 2α 0 90 β α, 0 ∵
2
1
2α sin and 135 α 2 · ° · ∴
161.b. Since γ β, α, are the roots of the equation
; 0 3 x
2 3
· + + + m x mx
-m γ β α · + + ∴
-m αβγ 3; γα βγ αβ · · + +
Now, If
3
1
2
1
1
1
θ γ tan ; θ β tan ; θ α tan · · ·
− − −
2 1
3 2 1 1
3 2 1
θ tan θ tan 1
θ tan θ tan θ tan θ tan
) θ) θ θ tan(
Σ −
− Σ
· + +
0
3 1
) (
γα) βγ αβ ( 1
γ) β α (
·

− − −
·
+ + −
+ +
·
m m
π θ θ θ
3 2 1
n · + + ∴
nπ γ tan β tan α tan
-1 -1 1
· + + ⇒

162.d. } θ), - (α sin θ), - (α {(cos Q ), sinθ θ, (cos · · P
x y
2
α
tan ·

,
`

.
| +
·
+
2
cosθ θ) - α cos(
2
α
tan
2
θ sin θ) - α sin(
P
θ
θ/2

2
α
cos
2
2θ - α
cos 2 .
2
α
tan
1
2
α
cos
2
2θ - α
sin 2

,
`

.
|
·

,
`

.
|
·

,
`

.
|
· ·
2
2θ - α
cos
2
α
cos 2
2
α
tan
2
2θ - α
cos
2
α
sin 2
It means, it is the reflection of
x y
2
α
tan ·
163.b. Direction rations of the given diagonal are < a - 0
a - 0, a - 0 > or < 1, 1, 1 > where ‘a’ is the the edge of cube.
164.d.
1 −
· · ⇒ ·
n n
nkt
dt
ds
v kt s
2 2 2 2 2 2
) 1 ( ) 1 ( ; ) 1 (
− −
− · − ⇒ − · ·
n n
t k n n v n kt n n
dt
dv
f
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; ) 1 ( .
2 n n
kt t n nk n nfs

− · ⇒
2 2 2 2
) 1 (

− ·
n
t k n n
nfs v n − − ⇒
2
) 1 (
165.a. The unit vector

) k 3 j i (4
26
1
3) ( 1) ( 4
k 3 j i 4
| b a |
b a
2 2 2

− − t ·
− + − +
− −
t ·
×
×
t ·
Now,
3) (
26
1
) k 3 j i (4
26
1
. k − t · − − t

for acute angle the unit vector =
) k 3 j i (4
26
1

− −

166.c S.D.
5 25
10
250
) ( · · · σ
and hence coefficient of variation
10 100
50
5
100
mean
· × · × ·
σ
167.c. In a circumcircle of
ABC, ∆
, 2
sin sin sin
R
C
c
B
b
A
a
· · ·
where R is the circum radius

2
2
2
2
2
2
2 2 2
4 4 4
sin sin sin
R
c
R
b
R
a
C B A + + · + + ∴
) (
4
1
2 2 2
2
c b a
R
+ + ·
Given,
2
2 2 2
) 2 ( 2
2
R
c b a
·
+ +

2 2 2 2
16R c b a · + +
4 ) 16 (
4
1
sin sin sin
2
2
2 2 2
· · + + ∴ R
R
C B A
168.c.
r
n
n
0 r
r
n
n
0 r C
r n
C
r
S

∑ · ∑ ·
· ·
r
n
n
r r
n
n
r
C
r n
C
n

− ·
∑ ∑
· · 0 0
.
1
r n
n
r
n
r n
n
n
0 r
n
C C as ;
C
) r n (
na


·
·

∑ − ·
S na
n
− ·
n n
na
2
1
S or na S 2 · · ∴
169. a)Solution : The given equation can be written as (x -
a)
2
= 3 - a
) 3 ( 3 a a x and a − t · ≤
) 3 ( 3 a a x and a − t · ≤
Since both the roots of the given equation are less than
3, so the largest of the two roots is less than 3.
∴ 3 ) a 3 ( a < − +
⇒ 0 ) a 3 ( ) a 3 ( < − − −
⇒ 0 ) ) 3 ( 1 ( ) 3 ( < − − − a a
⇒ 0 ) a 3 ( 1 and 3 a < − − <
⇒ 1 ) 3 ( 3 > − < a and a
∵ 1 ) a 3 ( > −
2 a or 1 a 3 < > − ⇒
∴a < 2 and a < 3 ⇒a < 2
170.b. Let
n
i z
2
) 1 ( + ·
n n n
i i i z
2 2 2
) 1 ( ) 1 ( ) 1 ( − · + · + · ∴
), Re( 2 ) 1 ( ) 1 (
2 2
z z z i i
n n
· + · − + + ∴ a pure
real number
171.a.
∫ ∫
π
π
π
π
+ ·
6 / 7 2
dx ] x sin 2 [ dx ] x sin 2 [
∫ ∫
π
π
π
π
+
2
6 / 11
6 / 11
6 / 7
dx ] x sin 2 [ dx ] x sin 2 [
∫ ∫ ∫
− + − + − ·
π
π
π
π
π
π
2
6 / 11
6 / 11
6 / 7
6 / 7
) 1 ( ) 2 ( ) 1 ( dx dx dx

,
`

.
| π

π
− +
,
`

.
|
π −
π
− ·
6
7
6
11
) 2 (
6
7
) 1 (

,
`

.
| π
− π − +
6
11
2 ) 1 (
3
5
6 6
8
6
π
− ·
π

π

π
− ·
172.a. From the first relation
n =

,
`

.
| +

c
bm al
Putting it in second relation
0 · +
,
`

.
| +
− +
,
`

.
| +
− hlm
c
bm al
gl
c
bm al
fm
or afml + bfm
2
+ agl
2
+ bglm - chlm = 0
or
m
m
ag
2
l l
+
2
(af + bg - ch) + bf = 0 . . .(i)
Now, if l
1
, m
1
, n
1
and l
2
, m
2
, n
2
be direction cosines of
two lines, then from (i)
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ag
bf
m m
2 1
2 1
·
l l
]
]
]

2
2
1
1
m
,
m
are ) 1 ( of roots ce sin
l l
or
b g
m m
a f / /
2 1 2 1
·
l l
Similarly elimination of l will yield
c / h
n n
b / g
m m
2 1 2 1
·

q
c / h
n n
b / g
m m
a / f
2 1 2 1 2 1
· · ·
l l
(say)
We know that the lines are perpendicular
if l
1
l
2
+ m
1
m
2
+ n
1
n
2
= 0
i.e. if (f/a) q + (g/b) q + (h/c) q = 0
i.e. if f/a + g/b + h/c = 0
173. d)Let AB and AC represent the forces P and Q, then
the diagonal AD will represent their resultant R. (say)
∴ R divide BAC ∠ in the ratio 1 : 2,
∴ let θ · ∠BAD and θ · ∠ 2 CAD
In
ABD ∆
, by sine rule
) 3 sin(
R
sin
Q
2 sin
P
θ − π
·
θ
·
θ
∴ P/2A = cos θ
and R = Q sin 3 θ /sin θ = Q(3 - 2 sin
2
θ )
= Q[3 - 4(1 - cos
2
θ
)]
= Q(-1 + 4 cos
2
θ ),
= Q[-1 + 4P
2
/ 4Q
2
] = (P
2
- Q
2
) Q
174.c. Let the common tangent to the parabola y
2
= 4x be
m
1
mx y + ·
It should also touch the circle (x- 3)
2
+ y
2
= 9
whose centre is at (3, 0) and radius = 3, then
3
m 1
m
1
m 3
2
·
+
+
⇒ 9m
4
+ 1 + 6m
2
= 9m
2
( 1 + m
2
)
⇒ 3m
2
= 1 ⇒
3
1
m t ·
But m > 0, then equation of common tangent is
3 x y 3 or 3 x
3
1
y + · + ·
175.c. vertices of the tetrahedron are (0, 0, 0), (6, 0, 0),
(0, -4, 0), (0, 0, 3).
1 3 0 0
1 0 4 0
1 0 0 6
1 0 0 0
6
1

· ∴volume
176.a. Let eq. of hyperbola be
I
b
y
a
x
2
2
2
2
· −
centre is (0, 0),
vertex (a, 0). focus (ae, 0).
e = eccentricity =
. b a
a
1
2 2
+
It is given that
3
2ae
a ·
) b (a
9
4
e a
9
4
a
2 2 2 2 2
+ · · ⇒
2 2 2
4b 4a 9a + · ⇒
;
2 2
a
4
5
b · ⇒
∴Eq. of hyperbola is 1
4
5a
y
a
x
2
2
2
2
· −
2 2 2
5a 4y 5x · − ⇒
177.d. Let W descends and ' W ascends.
Let f be the acceleration of the system.
Since the pulley ascends with an acceleration f, the actual
acceleration of W and ' W = f - g. (downwards) and f +
g (upwards) respectively.
Let T be the tension in the string. Then
W g - T = W (f - g) and
g) ( W g ' + · − f W T
g f g g f + · − − · ⇒
W'
T
and
W
T
- g
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subtracting, we get
2g 2
' W
T
· − + g
W
T
wt kg
W' W
W W' 4
+
· · T
178.b. A C A C C C
2 1 2 1
− ·
) (
2 2
r A C r A C r R − < − ∴ > − < ∵
1
C
2
C
A
179.b. No. of large cages = m - n
No. of lalrge animals = p
No. of ways of arranging large animals =
p
nP m−
No. of remaining cages = m - p
∴ No. of ways of arranging remaining m - p animlas
p m
p m
P


·
∴ Total no. of ways = ) )( (
p m
p m
p
n m
P P

− −
180.b.
2
1 3 1 2
2
1 3 1 2
, , , r y y r y y r x x r x x · · · ·



·


1 1
1 1
1
2
1
1
2
1
x r x
y r y
r x r x
r y r y
points are collinear
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