# AIEEE

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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
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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PHYSICS Analysis
Sl.No. UNIT NAME Q. Nos. Correct Wrong
1. UNITS AND MEASUREMENT 31
2. DESCRIPTION OF MOTION IN ONE DIMENSION 32
3. MOTION IN TWO AND THREE DIMENSIONS 11, 60
4. LAWS OF MOTION 13, 33, 51
5. WORK, ENERGY & POWER 14, 34
6. ROTATIONAL MOTION & M.I. 12, 35, 47
7. GRAVITATION 4, 16, 50, 52
8. SOLIDS AND FLUIDS 17
9. OSCILLATIONS 15, 36, 45
10. WAVES 18, 43, 53
11. HEAT AND THERMODYNAMICS 3, 19, 42, 48
12. TRANSFERENCE OF HEAT 20
13. ELECTROSTATICS 21, 37, 59
14. CURRENT ELECTRICITY 2, 22, 38, 49, 54
15. THERMAL & CHEMICAL EFFECTS OF CURRENTS 1, 23, 55
16. MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF CURRENTS 5, 24, 39
17. MAGNETOSTATICS 25
18. ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION & ALT. CURRENTS 26, 40
19. RAY OPTICS 27, 44, 58
20. WAVE OPTICS 7, 28
21. ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES 6, 10
22. ELECTRON AND PHOTONS 29, 41, 57
23. ATOMS, MOLECULES & NUCLEI 8, 30, 46
24. SOLIDS & SEMI-CONDUCTORS DEVICES 9
CHEMISTRY Analysis
Sl.No. UNIT NAME Q. Nos. Correct Wrong
1. SOME BASIC CONCEPTS 67, 80, 119
2. STATES OF MATTER 73, 88, 89, 118
3. ATOMIC STRUCTURE 81
4. SOLUTIONS 72, 91, 115
5. CHEMICAL ENERGETICS & THERMODYNAMICS 93, 94
6. CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM 78, 86, 87, 92,113
7. REDOX REACTIONS & ELECTROCHEMISTRY 79, 84, 85
8. RATES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS & CHEMICAL KINETICS 90, 117
9. SURFACE CHEMISTRY 69, 95
10. CHEMICAL FAMILIES – PERIODIC PROPERTIES 63, 96
11. CHEMICAL BONDING & MOLECULAR STRUCTURE 61, 83
12. CHEMISTRY OF NON-METALS – I 74
13. CHEMISTRY OF NON-METALS – II 64, 99, 101
14. CHEMISTRY OF LIGHTER METALS 70, 98
15. HEAVY METALS 68
16. CHEMISTRY OF REPRESENTATIVE ELEMENTS 62, 100
17. TRANSITION METALS INCLUDING LANTHANIDES 66, 97, 102
18. COORDINATION CHEMISTRY & ORGANO METALLICS 103
19. NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY 82, 114
20. PURIFICATION & CHARACTERISATION OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS 105
21. SOME BASIC PRINCIPLES 75, 106, 116
22. HYDEROCARBONS 76, 107, 120
23. ORGANIC COMPOUNDS CONTAINING HALOGENS 77, 108
24. ORGANIC COMPOUNDS CONTAINING OXYGEN 65, 71, 109
25. ORGANIC COMPOUNDS CONTAINING NITROGEN 110
26. SYNTHETIC & NATURAL POLYMERS 112
27. BIO MOLECULES & BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES 111
28. CHEMISTRY IN ACTION ---
29. ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY 104
MATHEMATICS Analysis
Sl.No. UNIT NAME Q. Nos. Correct Wrong
1. SETS, RELATIONS AND FUNCTIONS 138, 139
2. COMPLEX NUMBERS 161, 179
3. MATRICES AND DETERMINANTS ---
5. PERMUTATIONS AND COMBINATIONS 129, 180
6. MATHEMATICAL INDUCTION & ITS APPLICATIONS ---
7. BINOMIAL THEOREM AND ITS APPLICATIONS 145
8. SEQUENCES AND SERIES 124, 144, 147, 175
9. DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS 125,126,131,140,141,142,159,160
10. INTEGRAL CALCULUS 122, 128,143,152,155,156
11. DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 127,137
12. TWO DIMENSIONAL GEOMETRY
13. THREE DIMENSIONAL GEOMETRY 153,166,167
14. VECTOR ALGEBRA 130,135,146,157
15. MEASURES OF CENTRAL TENDENCY & DISPERSION 150
16. PROBABILITY 133,153
17. TRIGONOMETRY 123,148,159,169,170,171
18. STATICS 132
19. DYNAMICS 173
121,136,149,151,154,162,
163,164,165,172,176,177
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1.b.
moon
sun
sun
moon
T
T
·
λ
λ

140
4200
T
T
moon
sun
·

1
30
T
T
moon
sun
·
2.c. Electric flux passing through all the six faces

→ →
· φ
s
s d . E ;
0
Q
ε
· φ
Where, → Q charge situated inside the cube.
3.b.
4.a. Acceleration due to gravity, g =
2
R
GM

2
R
1
g ∞
⇒ It will have equal change at all places as R varies
from place to place.
5.b. We know, that tangent galvanometer is based on the
action of two uniform mutually perpendicular fields
on a magnet.
6.d. Earth’s magnetic field is antiparallel to the magnetic
axis at equator. Cosmic rays experience a force at
right angle to both

B
&

v
. Therefore, it starts
circular motion. At poles

B
is along magnetic axis,
i.e.,
o
180 · θ
between

B
&

v
Hence, F = q(

v
x

B
) ⇒ F = 0
7.c. We know that fringe width
d 2
D λ
· β
Where D → distance
w
b
slit and the screen
2d → distance
w
b
the two slits
λ → wave length of
light
⇒ λ ∞ B
Now, we have
B Y
λ > λ
Hence,
B Y
β > β
Hence, when monochromatic light is used in place of
sodium lamp (yellow light), then the fringe width will
decrease.
8.a. Liquid drop model explained nuclear fission process
very accurately.
9.b. In forward bias, p is connected to +ve and n is
connected to -ve terminal of battery.
Hence is forward biased
10.b.
11.b. K.E. at highest point =
2
Mv
2
1
& velocity at highest point v = u cos θ
= u cos
θ
=
2
u
⇒ K.E. at highest point
=
2
2
Mu
2
1
2
1
2
u
m
2
1
× −

¹
`

.
'
= E/2 [∵ E =
2
1
Mu
2
]
12.b. Linear velocity, v = r ω
= 10 × 20 × 10
-1
= 2 m/s.
13.c. Linear momentum p =
mE 2
Since E is sam efor both bodies
⇒ p ∞
m

2
1
2
1
m
m
p
p
·
Substituting the values, we get

m 4
m
p
p
2
1
·

2
1
p
p
2
1
·
14.a. According to conservation of momentum,
(m
1
+ m
2
) v = m
1
u
1
+ m
2
u
2
⇒ (m + 2m) v = m × 3
⇒ v = 1 km/hour
15.b. Work done =
2
Kx
2
1

2
K
mg
K
2
1
W
¹
`

.
'
·
[ ∵ F = Kx = mg]

K
1
W∞

B
A
B
A
K
K
W
W
·

2
W
W
B
A
·
⇒ W
A
: W
B
= 2 : 1
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16.a. Orbital velocity v =
h R
GM
-
Where R → gravitational earth
M→ mass of the earth
h → height of the orbit

500 R
GM
v
R
-
·
and
3600 R
GM
v
I
-
·
⇒v
R
> v
I
17.a. For capillaries of same diameter T

hd

2 2
1 1
2
1
d h
d h
T
T
·

2
1
h
h
5
6
2
1
× ·

5
12
h
h
2
1
·
or h
1
: h
2
= 12 : 5
18.a. Frequency of sinusoidal wave
t 4
1
T
1
n · ·

17 . 0 4
1
n
×
·

68 . 0
1
n ·

68
100
n ·
⇒ n = 1.47 Hz.
19.d. Temperature of source,
T
1
= 100 + 273 = 373
o
K
Temperature of sink,
T
2
= -23 + 273 = 250
o
K
Hence efficiency of carnot engine
1
2 1
T
T T −
· η
;
373
250 373−
· η
20.b. Rate of flow of heat, R =
l
T KA∆
given, → ∆T same
therefore,
2
1
2
1
2
1
A
A
R
R
l
l
× ·

2
1
4
1
R
R
2
1
× ·
⇒ R
1
: R
2
= 1 : 8
21.a. The given network circuit is balanced wheatstone
bridge.
Hence there is no charge on condenser QS.
Now, the condensers PQ and QR are in series, their
effective capacitance
F 3
6 6
6 6
C
1
µ ·
-
×
·
Condensers PS and SR are in series, their effective
capacitance
F 3
6 6
6 6
C
2
µ ·
-
×
·
Again condensers C
1
and C
2
are in parallel, their
effective capacitance, let be C
C = C
1
+ C
2
⇒ C = 3 + 3 ⇒ C = 6
µ
F
Hence the effective capacity between terminals A &
B. C = 6 µF
22.a. The current in the wire
amp
10
2
i ·
Hence, the potential difference of unit length
= Resistance of unit length × current
. meter / volt 5 . 0
10
2
4
10
· × ·
23.b. When resistances are connected in series, power
dissipated P = I
2
R
⇒ R P ∞ ⇒
2
1
2
1
R
R
P
P
·

2
1
P
P
2
1
·
⇒ P
1
: P
2
= 1 : 2
24.c. Magnetic field at centre of coil.
a 2
Ni
B
0
µ
·

1 . 0 2
1 . 0 1000 10 4
B
7
×
× × × π
·

Telsa 10 28 . 6 B
4 −
× ·
25.b. If a magnet is cut along its length, then the magnetic
moment decreases. As
l × · m M
and A m∞
26.b. Emf in second coil,
dt
dI
M e ·

) t sin I (
dt
dI
M e
0
ω ·
⇒ t cos MI e
0
ω ω ·
⇒ For maximum value cos t ω = 1
⇒ e
max
=

ω
0
MI
Now substituting the values
⇒ e
max
= 0.005 x 10 x 100 π
⇒ e
max
= 5 π
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27.a. Given : Refractuve ubdex
µ
= 1.6
1
=60 cm & R
2
=-60 cm then focal
length of lens

¹
`

.
'
− − µ ·
2 1
R
1
R
1
) 1 (
f
1

¹
`

.
'
- − ·
60
1
60
1
) 1 6 . 1 (
f
1

60
2
6 . 0
f
1
× ·

2 6 . 0
60
f
×
·
⇒ f = 50 cm.
28.b. According to question
2
2 1
2 1
min
max
a a
a a
I
I

¹
`

.
'

-
·

2
2 1
2 2
a a
a a
81
121

¹
`

.
'

-
·

98
11
a a
a a
2 1
2 1
·

-
⇒ 11a
1
- 11a
2
= 9a
1
+ 9a
2
⇒ 2a
1
= 20a
2

1
10
a
a
2
1
·
29.a. When an electron is accelerated through 100V, then
its K.E. = 100 eV
= 100 x 1.6 x 10
-19
joule
= 1.6 x 10
-17
joule

− ·
λ
2
2
2
1
n
1
n
1
R
1
for the
transition n = 4 to n = 2

− ·
λ
2 2
4
1
2
1
R
1
⇒Second line of Balmer series is obtained.
31.b. We have, dB =
2
0
r
r dl I
.
4
→ →
×
π
µ

0
µ (magnetic permeability)
= Wb A
-1
m
32.c. From the equaion of motion v
2
= u
2
+ 2gh
I case (for one body), v
1
= 3 m/s, u
1
= 0
Then, we have (3)
2
= 0 + 2gh
⇒ h = 9/2 g
II case (for other body), u
2
= 4 m.s, v
2
= ?
v
2
2
= (4)
2
+
g 2
9
g 2 ×
⇒ v
2
2
= 16 + 9 ⇒ v
2
2
= 25
⇒ v
2
2
= 5 m/s.
33.a. When the mass is lifted, T
1
= m(g + a)
When the mass is lowered T
2
= m(g - a)

a g
a g
T
T
2
1

-
·

9 . 4 8 . 9
9 . 4 8 . 9
T
T
2
1

-
·

9 . 4
7 . 14
T
T
2
1
·

1
3
T
T
2
1
·
⇒ T
1
: T
2
= 3 : 1
34.c. The work done W =
→ →
d F
W = Fd cos θ
⇒ 25 = 5 × 10× cos θ
⇒ cos
θ
= 1/2 ⇒
θ
= 60
o
35.d. Centripetal Force F =
r
mv max
2
⇒25 =
96 . 1
v 25 . 0 max
2
×

25 . 0
96 . 1 25
v max
2
×
·
⇒v
2
max
= 196 ⇒ v
max
= 14 m/s.
36.d. Time period of a simple pendulum
T =
g
2
l
π
⇒ l ∞ T

1
2
1
2
T
T
l
l
·

4
T
T
1
2
·
⇒ T
2
= 2T
1
⇒ T
2
= 4 sec.
37.a. Given : The potential on small drop,
r
q
4
1
0
πε
= 10 V . . . (i)
where
→ q
charge on small drop
→ r radius of small drop
Now applying the given condition, volume of one big
drop = Volume of 8 small drops.

3 3
r
3
4
8 R
3
4
π × · π
where → R radius of big drop
→ r radius of small drop
⇒ R = 2r
Then, potential on big drop,
R
Q
4
1
' V
0
πε
·
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where → Q charge on big drop

r 2
q 8
.
4
1
' V
0
πε
·

r
q
4
1
. 4 ' V
0
πε
·
⇒ V 10 4 ' V × · ⇒
V 40 ' V ·
38.d. Let the unknown resistance be X

Then,
80
20
1
X
·

4
1
X ·
⇒ Ω · 25 . 0 X
39.d. According to Ampere’s law :
loop in current r 2 . B
0
× µ · π
Till the current in loop is const. the magnetic field
will also be const.
Since the same current is flowing in the 2 wire, the
intensity of magnetic filed in 2 wire will also be the
same as in 1st wire.
40.a. We have
p
s
p
s
N
N
V
V
·
substituting the values, we get

500
5000
20
V
s
·
⇒ V
s
= 200V
But frequency of output and input A.C. voltage are
same in a transformer.
Hence, the secondary will have an output of 200V,
50Hz.
41.c. In photoelectric effect
λ

1
E

2
1
1
2
E
E
λ
λ
·

200
3000
5 . 0
E
2
·
⇒ E
2
= 15 x 0.5 eV
(which is greater than E
1
= 0.5 eV)
⇒ E
2
> E
42.d. When gas is expanded isothermaily,
P
1
V
1
= P
2
V
2
⇒ P
1
V = P
2
. 4V
⇒ P
2
= P/4
P
2
V
3
? = P
3
V
3
?
⇒ ? ) V ( P ? ) V 4 (
4
P
3
·
⇒ P
3
= P x (4)
γ-1
⇒ P
3
= P x (4)
1.5 - 1
⇒ P
3
= P x (4)
0.5 c
⇒ P
3
= 2P
43.b. The situation is as shown in the figure
SA = (340) (1) = 340 m
SB = (340) (2) = 680 m
∴ Total distance between the walls = 1020 m
A
B
2s
s
1s
2s 1s
44.a. First case ) ( 2 δ
min
r i − ·
Second case ) i ( δ r − · . 5 . 19 2 / δ δ
min
° · · ∴
45.c. Given that
[ ]
2
1 ) (
x
e k x U

− ·
where ) ( U x is potential energy.
We know that
dx
du
− · Force

[ ]
2 2
2 ) 2 ( 0
x x
kxe x e k F
− −
− · − − − · ∴
At x = 0, F = - 2kx or x - α F
we know that for motion to be SHM, force is
proportional to displacement, and its direction is
towards the centre of displacement.
46.c. On the basis of Coullomb’s law, Rutherford calculated
number of particles scattered at different angles and
found that the number of particles N scattered at angle
θ
vary as follows
θ/2 sin
1

4
and is in accordance with Coulomb’s law. Hence, the
third statement is in correct.
47.d. Process of freezing is totally internal. In this process
no external torque acts about the instantaneou point
of contact because both the weight and normal contact
force pass through it. Therefore the angular
momnetum of the ball and water remains constant.
When the water freezes, it becomes solid. Therefore
the M.I. of the system changes consequently the
angular speed changes. Hence linear velocity and
linear momentum and kinetic energy does not remain
constant in its magnitude. According to the
conservation of energy the total energy of the system
of surface in contact (ball + water) remains constant,
but not the mechanical (Kinetics) energy. Since the
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center of mass of the system (ball + water) remains at
a constatn height, its gravitational energy remains
constant.
48.c. According to Dalton’s law of partial pressures, that
the total pressure exerted by a mixture of non-reacting
gases, occupying a vessel is equal to sum of the
individual pressures, which each gas would exert if it
alone occupies the whole vessel.
49.b. Platinum is a metal and has a positive temperature
coefficient of resistance while Germanium is a
semiconductor and has a -ve temperature coefficient
so resistance of Platinum will increase while that of
germanium will fall with heating. So, the p.d across
the Platinum wire is greater R) (V ∝ than that across
Ge.
50.b. Statement (a) is incorrect. To put a satellite into an
orbit so that at remains directly overhead. It time
period should be equal to that of the earth in the
equatorial plane ; a geostationary satellite cannot be
used for New Delhi. Statement (b) is correct. At the
equator ,
2
0
R g g ω − · where
0
g is the value at the
poles. If , 0 · ω the value of g at the equator will
increases by
R. ω
2
Statement (c) is false. The centripetal force is provided
by the gravitational force, Fuel is needed only at the
time of launching to provide enery to overcome the
gravitation pull of the earth. Statement (d) is also
incorrect because due to the rotation of the earth, the
effective weight of a body of mass m is equal to
). - m(g
2
r ω Let v be the effective velocity of the body
located at a distance r from the centre of the earth.
The velocity of the earth will be added to the velocity
of one of the trains moving in the same direction and
it will be subtracted from the velocity of the second
train. The effective value of velocity v therefore, will
be different. This results in a different value for the
weight ) - m(g
2
r ω and hence the effective value of
pressure on the rails will be different.
51.a. Force F = ma
⇒m =
a
F
⇒ m =
a
F F F
2
z
2
y
2
x
- -
⇒m =
1
100 64 36 - -
⇒ m = 10
2
kg.
52.b. Acceleration due to gravity, g =
2
R
GM
At earth g
e
= 2
e
e
R
GM
and at moon g
m
= 2
m
m
R
GM
Hence,
2
e
m
m
e
m
e
R
R
M
M
g
g

¹
`

.
'
·
⇒ g
m
= g
e
×
2
m
e
e
m
R
R
M
M

¹
`

.
'
×
⇒ g
m
=
7 . 3 7 . 3
81
1
8 . 9 × × ×
⇒ g
m
= 1.65 meter/sec
2
53.d. Given : Equation of transverse wave
y = y
0
sin
λ
π 2
(vt - x)
Here, velocity of wave = v and particle velocity,
) x vt (
2
cos
v 2
y
dx
dy
0

λ
π
λ
π
·
∴ Maximum velocity of particle = 0
y
v 2
λ
π
According to given condition
v 2 y
v 2
0
·
λ
π
⇒ λ =
0
y π
54.b. From the given circuit, 6

, 6

resistances are in
series, their effective resistance R
1
= 6 + 6 = 12

Now, the resistances 12

, 3

are in parallel, their
net resistance
3
1
12
1
R
1
- ·

12
5
R
1
·

Ω ·
5
12
R
Hence, the net resistance in the circuit
Ω ·
5
12
R
and voltage across the battery
V = 4.8 volt. Then, current in the circuit
R
V
I ·

12
5
8 . 4 I × ·
⇒ I = 2.0 A
55.a. Given, P = 100 W
voltage of bulb, V = 200 V
Now from the equation =
P
V
R
2
·

100
200 200
R
×
·
⇒R = 400

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Voltage supply (V
s
) = 160 V
So, again from P =
R
V
2
s

400
160 160
P
×
·
⇒ P = 64 W
56.c. Let the thickness of the glass slab = t
Now according to given conditions :
From
µ
·
x
' x

5 . 1
x
' x ·
. . . (i)
Also,
5 . 1
x t
2

·
. . . (ii)
From equation (i), we have x = 7.5
From equation (ii), we get t - x = 3.0
⇒ t - 7.5 = 3.0 ⇒ t = 10.5 cm
Hence, the thickness of the glass slab = 10.5 cm
57.a. The kinetic energy of the photoelectrons emitted,
E
K
= hv - W
where W→ photoelectric work function
v → frequency of light
λ
c
⇒ E
K
=
W
hc

λ
⇒E
K
=
19
10
8 34
10 6 . 1 9 . 1
10 5000
10 3 10 6 . 6

× × −
×
× × ×
⇒ E
K
= 3.96 x 10
-19
- 3.04 x 10
-19
⇒ E
K
= 0.92 x 10
-19
joule
⇒ E
K
=
eV
10 6 . 1
10 92 . 0
19
19

×
×
⇒ E
K
= 0.58 eV
58.b. We know, that
refractive index
2 / A sin
2
A
sin
m

¹
`

.
' δ -
· µ

2 / A sin
2
A
sin
2 / A cot
m

¹
`

.
' δ -
·

2 / A sin
2
A
sin
2 / A sin
2 / A cos
m

¹
`

.
' δ -
·

¹
`

.
' δ -
·
¹
`

.
'

π
2
A
sin
2
A
2
sin
m

2
A
2 / A 2 /
m
δ -
· − π

m
A A δ - · − π ⇒ A 2
m
− π · δ
59.a. Force F between two point charges at a disstance r
apart is given by
,
r
q q
πε 4
1
F
2
2 1
0
·
where
1
q and
2
q
are the charges. This implies that In
r In
q q
In 2
4
F
0
2 1

¹
`

.
'
·
πε
The graph of F against in r is thus a straight line with
slope equal to (-2).
60.c. 2N cos 60° = Mg Mg N · ⇒
g
2
3
60 Ns F M in · ° · ⇒
mg
° 60
N N
61.b.
C
C
Cl
H
H Cl
62.b. The boiling point increases in the order
HCl < HBr < HI < HF
So HCl is most volatile and HF is the least.
63.c.
x
2
1
2
O Na
-
0 2 2 0 2 ) 1 ( 2 · - ⇒ · - - × x x
1
2
2
- x -2 2x − · · ⇒ · ⇒
64.a.
4
XeF has
2 3
sp d hybridisation & it has 2 lone pairs,
due to which its shape is square planar.
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F
Xe
pairs Lone
F F
F
4
XeF of shape planar Square
65.b. Ethane is not formed from OH H C
5 2
4 2
SO H
Conc.
5 2
H C OH H C
4 2
  →  −
Cu C 300°
CHO CH
3
COOH CH
3
[O]
66.d. The Statement (d) is the appropriate explanation
67.c. Equal volumes contain equal no. of molecules. Hence
no. of atoms of
3 2 2
O and O He, , H will be in the
ratio 2 : 1 : 2 : 3
68.b.
Slag
3 2
FeSiO SiO FeO ÷→ ÷ -
69.c. The interparticle forces between acetone and
Chloroform are H-bonds which are stronger than those
between acetone molecules or chloroform molecules
separately.
70.b. The hydration energy depends upon the size of the ion.
Small ions have large hydration energies because they
can be surrounded by greater no. of water molecules
due to their large positive charge densities.
71.b.
   →  + − −
+ ether dry
3 5 2 3
l CMg H H OC C C H
O
5 2 3
H OC C C H − −
OMgl
3
CH
l Mg(OH) -
OH H C
O/H H
5 2
2

   → 

H O C C H
3
− − −
H O−
3
CH
3 3
O -H
CH C C H
2
− −   → 
O
Acetone
72.a.
106 48 12 46 16 3 12 23 2 CO Na
3 2
· - - · × - - × ·
106 g in 1000 mL ≅ 1M
⇒106 g in 500 mL ≅ 2M
⇒10.6g in 500 mL ≅
.2M M
10
2
·
0.2M
1000
500
106
10.6
L) V(m
mass molar
mass
Molarity · · ·
73.b. RT PV · or RT
M
d
RT
V
1
P · ·
Now, on applying this equation for
4
CH ,
4gm/litre
300 0.08
6.16
RT
M P
CH
4
CH
4
d
·
×
·
×
·
74.b.
O O
H
H is the true structrue of
2 2
O H
75.a.
3 2
2
CH
|
3
3
4
CH CH C H C H C
3
− − − −
2
CH
2- Ethyl - 3- methlbut - 1- ene
76.a. Only acetylene reacts with ammoniacal
3
AgNO soin
therefore, the gas coming out of the bottle is mixture
of ethane and ethylene.
77.c.
Cl
2
NO
OH

OH
2
NO
2
NO
Θ
2
NO
Cl

− Cl
2
NO
2
NO
OH
NaOH
O -H
2
2
NO
2
NO
Na O
78.c.
20
0.10 0.15
0.30
K ·
×
·
Again
atm 20 . 1
0.20 0.30
p
20
C
·
×
·
C
p or
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79.c. A metal with higher oxidation potential or lower
reduction potential can displace the other metal from
its salt solution.
80.b. Number of moles of CO
2
21
23 1
6.023 10 molecules
6.023 10 molecules mol

×
·
×
= 0.01 mole
Number of moles of CO
2
in 22.4L at S.T.P.
1
22.4L
22.4Lmol

·
= 1 mol
Number of moles of CO
2
in 0.44 gm
1
0.44 gm
0.01
44 gm mol

· ·
∵ Since number of molecules ∝ no. of moles.
Hence, 22.4L of CO
2
(1 mole) at NTP will contain max.
no. of molecules and so maximum number of atoms.
81.b. 2
Ze
r

82.b. Suppose the amount of U
238
and Pb
206
are x gm each in
the rock sample
Moles of U
238
238
x
·
; Moles of Pb
206
206
x
·
Since moles of Pb
206
present in the rock is more than
these of U
238
. Therefore more than half of the original
amount of U
238
has decayed. So, the age of the rock
sample would be more than half-life of U
238
i.e. more
than
9
4.5 10 yr × .
83.b.
3
sp
H
|
N
|
H H H
+
; ; ;
F F F
Plane triangular Angular Pyramidal
O
O
2
sp
O — N
O O
2
sp
N
3
sp
N
84.a. A
3–
has large Eº
oxid
while D
2+
has large Eº
red
Hence, their
combination will give a galvanic cell with highest Eº
cell
.
85.d. All the mathematical relations given are correct.
86.a. Value of K
c
is the least for the reaction
2(g) 2( ) 2( )
2NO 2O N
g g
-
; hence this reaction has
least tendency to go towards products, i.e., NO
2
is the
most stable oxide.
87.b. For a reaction 2A + B C + D , the rate:
2
1
r [A] [B] k · × ... (i)
2
2
r [3A] [B] k · ×
or
2
2
r 9 [3A] [B] k · ⋅ × ... (ii)
i.e., r
2
= 9r.
88.b. Dimension of vander Waal’s constant ‘a’ are atm Lit
2
mol
–2
.
Dimension of
2 2
atm Lit mol
Lit mol 1
a
b

·

= atm Lit mol
–1
.
89.b. Na
2
O crystal has antifluorite structure. Co-ordination
number of Na
+
is 4, i.e., Na
+
ion is immediately
surrounded by four O
2–
ions.
90.b. The study of the kinetic data reveals that the given
reaction is 1st order in B and 2nd order in A. So, the
correct rate law is
2
[A] [B]
dx
k
dt
·
.
91.b. Colligative molarity of 0.05 KCl is
0.05 2(i) 0.1M × · which is the least among those
given. Hence
Tr ∆
will be the least. So, freezing point
of this solution will be the highest.
92.d. The given rate law suggests that the rate of reaction
increases with increasing concentration of H
3
O
+
ions.
0.1M HCl will give maximum concentration of H
3
O
+
.
93.a. From the kinetic gas equation,
2 2
1 1 2
or
3 2 3
PV mnu PV mnu · · ×
2 2
2 1 2 1
( ( ) )
3 2 3 2
mnu E KE E mnu · × · ∴ ·
For unit volume V=1
2
E
3
P ∴ ·
.
94.b. Let us calculate the temperature at which the reaction
will be at equilibrium, i.e., when G 0 ∆ · ,
This temperature is given by :
H 30 1000
T 500K 227º C
S 60
∆ ×
· · · ·

.
Thus, the reaction will be spontaneous above 227ºC.
95.c.
1/ n
x
k P
m
·
On taking log of both sides,
1
log log log
x
k P
m n
· -
; it is an equation of a
straight line, i.e., a plot between
log
x
m
and log P is
a straight line.
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96.c.
1
Metallic character
no.of e in outer most shell

97.b. 2.5% to 4.5% of carbon is present in pig-iron.
98.c. Presence of
2
3
CO

and
2
4
SO

ions in water reduce the
tendency of dissolution of Pb in water as Pb(OH)
2
.
99.b.
2 6 3 3 3 6 2
Borazole
or
Inorganic benzene
3(B H .2NH ) 2B N H + 12H

÷÷→
100.b. Sn cries without shedding tears when its bar is bent.
101.a.
Heat
3 2 2 2
2Pb(NO ) 2PbO + 4NO + O ÷÷÷→
102.b.
OH
2 2
2 7 4
H
Cr O 2CrO

-
− −

.
103.a. The complex ‘X’ is [Au(CN)
2
]

and Y is [Zn(CN)
4
]
2–
.
104.b. Workers in textile industry suffer from white lung
cancer.
105.a.
106.a. Maleic acid is :
H — C — COOH
| |
H — C — COOH
Both high priority groups -COOH are on same side of
>C = C< bond (Z-isomer)
107.b. It is free radical substitution at Benzylic position.
108.b. At high temperature, allylic substitution takes place.
109.a.
3
CH — CH = CH— CHO (Crotonaldehyde) is
formed which on reaction with
4
NaBH gives
3 2
CH — CH = CH— CH OH . Double bond
remains intact.
110.d. It is done by hydrolysis of cyanide to acid followed by
heating with NH
3
reaction.
111.c. Thyroxine contains iodine.
112.c. Nylon is a polyamide. It contains nitrogen.
113.b. 7
2
4
KMnO Mn
-
-
÷÷→
(in acidic medium)
Change in oxidation state=5
Thus, eq. wt. of
4
Mol. wt. 158
KMnO
Change in oxi state 5
· ·
7 4
4 2
KMnO MnO
- -
÷÷→
Change in oxidation state = 3
thus, eq. wt. of
4
KMnO in neutral medium =
3
158
3
M
·
114.c. Putting the values in the equation t = 10 Yr, No = 100;
N = 10 in
N
N
log
t
2.303
λ
0
·
and calculate the value of
λ
than
calculate half life
λ
0.63
t
1/2
·
115.a. Let the rate law be
y x
[B] [A] r ·
Divide (3) by (1)
y x
y x
[0.035] [0.012]
[0.035] [0.024]
0.10
0.10
·
0 x , [2] 1
x
· · ∴
Divide (2) by (3)
y x
y x
[0.035] [0.024]
[0.070] [0.024]
0.10
0.80
·
3 , ) 2 ( 8 · · ∴ y
y
Hence rate equation =
3 3 0
K[B] [B] K[A] R · ·
116.c. Cyclopentadienyl anione is a cylic planar species and
has 6 π - electrons. therfore it is aromatic.
117.b.
2
2NO
1
k
2
k
, O N
4 2
Rate =
] O [N K ] [NO K
dt
dNO
2
1
-
4 2 2
2
2 1
2
− ·
Hence rate of disappearance of
2
NO is
] O [N 2K ] [NO 2K
dt
dNO
-
4 2 2
2
2 1
2
− ·
118.b. 6HCl 2B 3H 2BCl
2 3
- → -
3 moles of
2
H gives 2 moles of B. The mass of 2
moles of B of 21.6g 2 10.8 B · × ·
3 moles of
2
H at NTP = lit 67.2 3 22.4 · ×
119.a.
2HCl BaSO SO H BaCl
4 4 2 2
+ → +
1Mole
Mole 0.5
1Mole 1Mole
Mole 0.5 Mole 0.5
120.d.
121.a. Equation of parabola is
x y 4
2
·
1 · ∴a
The line y = mx + 1 will be a tangent to the parabola if
m
a
c ·
1
1
1 · ⇒ · ⇒ m
m
122.b. xdx x dx x x I . | | | | . ∫ · ∫ ·
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(Integrating by parts taking |x| as first function)
xdx x
x x
dx
x
x
x x
x | |
2
1
2
| |
2
| |
2
. | |
2 2 2
∫ − · ∫ − ·
| |
3
1
2
| |
2
1
1
2
2
x x I
x x
I · ⇒ ·
¹
`

.
'
- ⇒
123.d. The given expression

¹
`

.
'
° − ° · 75 cos
2
1
75 sin
2
3
2
) cos75 sin30 - 75 sin 30 2(cos ° ° ° ° ·
= 2 sin (75° - 30°)
2
2
1
2 45 sin 2 · × · ° ·
124.b. We have
200 ) 38 2 (
2
2
· -
- n
∴ n + 2 = 10 or n = 8
125.d. If ‘a’ is any real number, then every neighbourthood of
a contain infinitely many rationals as well as irrationals.
So f(x) assumes values 0 and 1 in every neighbourhood
of a and hence
) ( lim x f
a x→
does not exist.
So, f is not continuous at any real number.
126.b. × ·

0
1
sin lim
0 x x
x (a finite quantity lying between
-1 and 1) = 0
127.a. If
x
e xdx
e
tan 2
sec · ∫
∴ solution is xdx xe c ye
x x 2 tan tan
sec tan ∫ - ·
1 tan
tan
− - · ⇒

x ce y
x
128.a. Let x)] g( [g(x) x)] f( [f(x) x − − − - · ) φ(
then x) φ( · − - · ) − φ( - g(x)] [g(-x) f(x)] [f(-x) x
0 dx x) · φ( ∫ ∴

π
π
0 g(-x)]dx - [g(x) f(-x)] [f(x)
π
π
· - ∫ ⇒

129.a. Required number is
5
10 5
P 10 −
= 100000 - 30240 = 69760
130.d. c b a , , form a right angled tirangle (since
2 2 2
b a c - · and
) 0 · - - c b a

0 · ∴ b a
Therefore
) .( . . . a b c a c c b b a - · - -
25 | | ) .(
2
− · − · − · c c c
131.d. s
1 | 1 | 0 |) 1 | 3 ( lim ) ( lim
0 x 0 x
− · − − · − − ·
- -
→ →
x x x f
1 | 1 0 | ) 0 ( 3 ) 0 ( − · − − · f
Since
), 0 ( ) ( lim
0
f x f
x
·
-

therefore f(x) is continuous
for 0 ≥ x
132.b. Let each force be P and α is the angle between them
Then,
2
α
cos 2P R ·
Also,
2 2 2 2
3P
2
α
cos 4P P 3P R · ⇒ × ·
2
3
2
α
cos
4
3
2
α
cos
2
± · ⇒ · ⇒
° ° · ⇒ ° ° · ∴ 300 or 60 α 150 , 30
2
α
133.b. The probabilities of hitting the plane at the first, second
and third shots are 0.1, 0.2 and 0.5 respective.
∴ the probabilities of not hitting the plane at the first
second and third shots are 1-0.1, 1- 0.2 and 1- 0.5 i.e.,
0.9, 0.8 and 0.5 respectively.
∴ the probability of not hitting the plane at all i.e. the
probability that none of the three shots hits the plane
36 . 0 5 . 0 8 . 0 9 . 0 · × × ·
Hence the probability of hitting the plane,
p = 1- (the probability of not hitting the plane)
= 1 - 0.36 = 0.64.
134.c. Let age of lad = x years
) 14 ( 3 25 2
2
· − ∴ x x
0 42 25 2
2
· − − ⇒ x x
14
2
3
, 14
4
31 25
· ⇒ − ·
±
· ⇒ x x
) 0 ( ≥ x ∵
135.b. Since bisector of an angle is also resultant of the vector
representing two sides.
∴ required bisector
=
| |
| |
b
b
a
a

-
3 / )
ˆ
2
ˆ ˆ
2 ( )
ˆ
2
ˆ
2
ˆ
( k j i k j i - - - - − ·
3 /
ˆ
4
ˆ ˆ
3 k j i - − ·
136.b. Let (h, k) be the mid point of A (p/cos α, 0) and
;
α sin
p
and2k
α cos
p
2h then, α) p/sin B(0, · ·
not eliminate α by the help of 1 α sin α cos
2 2
· -
and then locus of (h, k) is given in choice b.
137.c. The general equation of non-vertical lines in a plane is
ax + by = 1, 0 ≠ b
0 0
2
2
· ⇒ − · ⇒ · - ⇒
dx
y d
b
a
dx
dy
dx
dy
b a
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138.b. Number of subsets of the given set are
m
2
and
n
2
respectively . Hence , according to the question
56 2 2
n m
· −
............. ( 1 )
Checking dthe given options we note that m = 6 ,
n = 3 satisfy the equation ( 1 )
139.a. Let the relation be x xRy ⇔ is a factor of I y x, y, ∈
(i)
xRx I x ∈ ∀
, because each integer is a
factor of itself. Hence R is reflexive
( ii ) xRy yRx ,because if x is a factor of y,
then y is not necessarily a factor of x .
Hence R is not symmetric
( iii) Let xRy and yRz ,i.e. x is a factor of y and
y is a factor of z clearly x is a factor of z .
Thus xRy and xRz yRz ⇒ .Hence R is transitive
140.b. If
3
2
e
sinx
tanx) x (1 log
f(x)
-
· f(0) must be equal to
f(x) Lt
0 x→
3
tan
1
2 2
0 x
sin
) tan 1 log( tan x
Lt
2
x
x x x
x x
-
·

2
1
3
2
tan
3
x 0
tan
Lt log(1 tan ) (1)(1) log 1
sin
x x
e
x x
x x e
x x

· - · ·
[Note that, for the functions, where limit can be
obtained directly, there is no need to find LHL, and
RHL as in the above example]
141.a. Let q = -p, q > 0
Cube root of
1/3 1/3 1/3 1/3 1/3 1/3
.(1) q q 1) ( q) ( p p − · − · − · ·
Cube roots of p are , q
1/3
− w, q
1/3
− , w q
2 1/3

Let
2 1/3 1/3 1/3
w q γ w, q β , q α − · − · − ·
) q z( ) w q y( w) q x(
) w q z( w) q y( ) q x(
zα yγ xβ
zγ yβ xα
1/3 2 1/3 1/3
2 1/3 1/3 1/3
− - − - −
− - − - −
·
- -
- -

2
i 3 1
w
z yw xw
z) yw (xw w
z yw xw
zw yw x
2
2
2 2
2
2
− −
· ·
- -
- -
·
- -
- -
·
142. c. Let ABCD be the rectangle inscribed in the circle with
centre O and radius a. Let OA=OB=x, then AB=2x.
Also in OBC, ∆ ; ) (a BC
2 2
x − ·

D
A
P O x
B
Q
C
∴ If S be the area of the rectangle, then BC AB S × ·
or ) ( 2 S
2 2
x a x − ·
2 2
2 2
2 2
2 2
) 2 ( 2
) ( 2
2
) ( 2
x a
x a
x a
x
x x a
dx
ds

·

¹
`

.
'

- − · ∴
and

− − −
− ·
2 / 3 2 2
2 2 2 2
2
2
) (
) 2 ( ) ( 4
2
x a
x a x x a x
dx
S d
[after simplifying]
Now, dS/dx = 0 2 / a x · ⇒ and at 2 / a x · ,
2 2
S/dx d
is -ve.
∴ For max. rectangle, we have
AB = 2x . 2 ) 2 / ( 2 a a · · and
. 2 a/ /2)) (a (a ) x (a BC
2 2 2 2
· − · − ·
Hence, the required dimension is
. 2
2
a
a
×
143.d. We have
2 3
1 2 3
) 2 )( 1 (
1 2 3
2
2 3 2 3
- -
- - -
·
- -
- - -
x x
x x x
x x
x x x
2 3
15 16
) 7 3 (
2
- -
-
- − ·
x x
x
x
Now let
2 x
B
1 x
A
2) 1)(x (x
15 16x
2 3x x
15 16x
2
-
-
-
·
- -
-
·
- -
-
We get
1,
2) 1 (
15 1) 16(
A − ·
- −
- −
·

17
) 1 2 (
15 ) 2 16(
B ·
- −
- −
·
2 x
17
1 x
1
2 3x x
15 16x
2
-
-
-

·
- -
-
− ∴

- -
-
- − ·

- -
- - -
dx
2 3x x
15 16x
7) (3x dx
2) 1)(x (x
1 x 2x 3x
2
2 3

- - - - − − ·

-
-
-
− · c | 2 x | 17log | 1 x | log 7x x
2
3
dx
2 x
17
1 x
1
- 7) (3x
2
144.c. Let there be an increasing G.P., with first term 8, m
th
term 12 and n
th
term 27. then
12 = 8r
m-1
.........(i) and 27 = 8r
n-1
.........(ii)
Dividing, we get
m n
2
m n m n
r
2
3
r
4
9
r
12
27
− − −
·
¹
`

.
'
⇒ · ⇒ ·
.........(iii)
Also from
2
3
r r r
8
12
(i)
1 m 1 m 1 m
· ⇒ ⇒ ·
− − −
Substituting in (iii) we get
( )
m - n
2
1 m
r r ·

k
3
2 n
1
m
2 n 3m m n 2 2m ·
-
· ⇒ - · ⇒ − · − ∴
(say)
2 3k n and k m − · · ∴
∴ Corresponding to k = 2,3,4,..... we get sets of
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distinct positive integral values of m, n, So there exists
innumerable G.P’s which have 27,8 and 12 as three of
their terms.
145.b. (101)
50
-(99)
50
=(100+1)
50
-(100-1)
50
= 2[
50
C
1
(100)
49
+
50
C
3
(100)
47
+ .......+
50
C
49
(100)]
> 2.
50
C
1
.(100)
49
= 2 × 50(100)
49
=(100)
50
y. x x y (100) (99) (101)
50 50 50
< ⇒ > ⇒ - > ⇒
146.a. Since γ , β , α

are coplanar vectors, therefore
0 ) 1 ( 1 ) 1 ( 1 ) 1 ( 0
c 1 1
1 b 1
1 1 a
0 ] γ , β , α [ · − - − − − ⇒ · ⇒ · b c bc a

2 c) b (a abc 0 b 1 1 c a abc − - - · ⇒ · − - - − − ⇒ ...(1)
Now,
c) b)(1 a)(1 (1
b) a)(1 (1 c) a)(1 (1 c) b)(1 (1
c 1
1
b 1
1
a 1
1
− − −
− − - − − - − −
·

-

-

(abc) ca) bc (ab c) b (a 1
ca) bc (ab c) b 2(a 3
− - - - - - −
- - - - - −
·
2 c) b (a ca) bc (ab c) b (a 1
ca) bc (ab c) b 2(a 3
- - - − - - - - - −
- - - - - −
·
[From(1)]
. 1
ca) bc (ab c) b (a 2 3
ca) bc (ab c) b 2(a 3
·
- - - - - −
- - - - - −
·
147.c. Sum of n rational terms cannot be irrational, cannot be
infinite.
148.d. Let PQ = x be the height increased of the incomplelte
pillar OP and A be the point on the horizontal at a
distance 100m from the pillar.
Then ° · ∠ 45 PAQ and ° · ∠ 60 QAO
100 OA OP · · ⇒
Then
° · 60 tan
OA
OQ
3
100
100
·
-

x
)100m. 1 3 ( x − · ⇒
A
O
Q
° 60
x
P
100
° 45
100
149.b. Consider a square OABC of side ‘a’, two of which sides
are taken as coordinate axes clearly OA=BC=
AB=OC=a Let p(x, y) be the varible point.
The distance of the point P from the sides of the squares
are PK= | y |
PM = MK - PK = |a - y|
Given that
Y
C
N
O
M B
L
y) P(x,
K
A
X
· - - -
2 2 2 2
PN PM PL PK
Constant =
2
b (say)
2 2 2 2 2
b x) (a x y) (a y · − - - − - ∴
0 b 2a 2ay 2ax 2y 2x
2 2 2 2
· − - − − - ⇒
0, C ay ax y x
2 2
· - − − - ⇒ where
,
2
b 2a
C
2 2

·
a new constant which is a circle.
150.a. Mean of the data
1 2n
2nd) (a .... 2d) (a d) (a a
x
-
- - - - - - -
·
nd a 2nd)} (a {a
2
1 2n
x - · - -
-
· ⇒
Sum of numerical deviations from the mean
∑ - − − - ·
-
·
1 2n
1 i
| nd} {a 1)d} (i {a |
= | a - a -nd|+ |a + d - a - nd|+.......+|a + nd - a - nd|
+ |a + (n +1)d - a - nd|+.....+| a + 2nd - a - nd|
= | d | {(n + (n -1)+(n-2)+ .......+1+0+1+2+....+n}
= | d | × 2 {1 + 2 + 3 + ....+n} = n(n+1) |d |
1 2n
| d | 1) n(n
-
-
151.a. The length of the perpendicular from the centre (0, 0)
to the line =
2
m 1
2
-
The radius of the circle = 1. For the line to cut the
circle at distinct or coincident points,
1
m 1
2
2

-
or 4 m 1
2
≥ - or 3 m
2

3 m − ≤ ⇒
or
3 m≥
ALTERNATE :
A straight line y = mx + c intersects or touches the
circle
2 2 2
a y x · - if 0 c ) m (1 a
2 2 2
≥ − -
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2 3
1(1 m) 4 0 m 3 m - 3 - − ≥ ⇒ ≥ ⇒ ≤ or
3 m ≥
152.a. ,
x 2
x - 2
log f(x)
-
·
x 2
x 2
log x) f(

-
· −
f(x)
x 2
x 2
log
x 2
x 2
log
1
− ·
-

− ·
¹
`

.
'
-

·

f(x) ∴ is an odd function

·
-

1
1
0 dx
x 2
x 2
log
153.d. Required distance
1
7
7
4 36 9
11 (4) 2 (3) 6 - (2) 3
· ·
- -
- -
·
154.a. As the circumcentre M is on the median Ad,
BC MD ⊥ and MD bisects BC.
b. c i.e., AC, AB · · ∴
c
a
ca
a
ca
b a
2 2 2
c
B cos
2 2 2 2
· ·
− -
· ∴
B D
M
A
C
155.a. Put x
3
= z. Then 3x
2
dx = dx = dz and z = 1, 1 according
as x = 0, 1
4
.
3
1
] tan
3
1
1
.
3
1
I
1
0
1 -
2
1
0
z
π
· ·
-
· ∴

z
dx
156.d. θ θ θ
π
d ) tan (tan
6 8
/4
0
6 8
- · -

I I
θ θ θ
π
d ) 1 (tan (tan
2 6
/4
0
- ·

θ θ θ
π
d sec (tan
2 6
/4
0

·
7
1

7
θ tan
π/4
0
7
·

·
157.a. Vectors ) , , ( ), , , (
2 2 2 1 1 1
c b a b c b a a · ·

and ) , , (
3 3 3
c b a c ·

are mutually perpendicular unit vectors. So, volume of
parallellopiped formed is
1
2
3 3 3
2 2 2
1 1 1
·
c b a
c b a
c b a
158.c.
a(given)
dt
dr

dt
πr
3
4
d
dt
dV
2
3
· ·

¹
`

.
'
· r
r
2a
1
r 4π
a

dt
) r d(4π
dt
ds

a
dt
dr
2
2
2
− · · · · r
r
b
2a
dt
ds
b r
·
¹
`

·
159.b. Here, ; 0 ) 1 (cos ) 3 cos 2 ( · − - x x but 1 | cos | ≤ x
So, cosx = 1 2π 0, x π 2 · ∴ · ⇒ n x
160.b.
¦
'
¦
'
¦
<
·
>
· ·
0 x for x, cos -
0 x for , 0
0 , cos
cos sgn ) ( f
forx x
x x
¦
'
¦
'
¦
<
·
> −
· ⇒
0 for , sin
0 for , 0
0 for , sin
) ( '
x x
x
x x
x f
1
2
π
sin
2
π
' − · − · ⇒ f
161.b. Using the result , z z
2 1 2 1
z z - ≤ - we get
| z i | | z | i z | z | − - · − - [since |z| = |-z| ]
1 | i | | z i z | · · − - ≤
∴ minimum value of | i z | | z | − - is 1
ALTERNATE
We may obtain the above answer using geometrical
representation. Consider a triangle which has vertices
O (origin) P (z) and Q (z- i) then
OP = |z|. OQ = |z - i| and PQ = |z+ i - z| =|i| = 1
Now in a triangle sum of two sides

third side
That is OP + OQ

PQ [The equality holds, when O, P
and Q are collinear]
Thus | z| + | z - i|

1
O
i) - Q(z
P(z)
162.c. There are in total 9 entries in a
3 3×
matrix and each
entry can be selected in exactly two ways, either 0 or 1.
Hence, total number of matrices =
512 2
9
·
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163.a. Fact: Semi latus rectum of a parabola is the HM between
the segment of any focal chord of a parabola.
Using fact
1 1 1
a AS SC
· -
1 SC AS
a AS SC
-
⇒ ·

AS SC
a
AS SC

⇒ ·
-
5 9 45
5 9 14
a
×
⇒ · ·
-
90
4 latus rectum
7
a ∴ · ·
A
C
x
y
(0,0) S( ,0) a
164.b. Given 2 20 ae · and
2 e ·
20
5 2
2
a
e
∴ · ·
Again
2 2 2
( 1) b a e · −
2
25 2(2 1) 50 b · × − ·
∴ Equation of hyperbola
2 2
50 x y − · .
165.a. Origin shifted to (4, 5, –3) point to be shifted (0, 8, 5)
Y
Y
X

O(x´, y´, z´)
P(x, y, z)
Z Z´
Using fact
x = x co-ordinate of shifted point – x-coordinate of the
origin to be shifted = 0 – 4
x = –4 similarly y = 8 – 5 = 3, z = 5 – (–3) – 8
∴ new position of the point 0, 8, 5 is –4, 3, 8.
166.b. Let
ˆ ˆ ˆ
r ai bj ck · - -

2 2 2
21 a b c ∴ - - ·
(given)
ˆ ˆ ˆ
21 21 21
r ai bj ck
r
r
∴ · · - -

' s are , ,
21 21 21
a b c
DC ∴
Also the DR’s are 2, –3, 6
2 , 3 , 6
21 21 21
a b c
∴ · λ · λ · λ
2 2 2
(2 ) ( 3 ) (6 ) 1 ⇒ λ - − λ - λ ·
1
6, 9, 18
7
a b c ⇒ λ · ± ∴ · · − ·
ˆ ˆ ˆ
6 9 18 r i j k ∴ · − -

167.d.
1 1 1
x x y y z z
a b c
− − −
· ·
having vector from
1 1 1
ˆ ˆ ˆ ˆ ˆ ˆ
( ) ( ) r x i y j z k ai bj bk · - - - λ - -

∴ Required equation in vector form is
ˆ ˆ ˆ ˆ ˆ ˆ
(5 4 6 ) (3 7 2 ) r i j k i j k · − - - λ - -

.
168.b. If P(r) be the probability that a number r is drawn in
one draw, it is given that P(r) = kr, where k is a constant.
(1) (2) (3) .. (4 ) 1 2 .. (4 ) P P P P n k k k n ∴ - - - - · ⋅ - ⋅ - - ⋅
[1 2 3 .. 4 ] k n · - - - -
0
4 (4 1)
1 ( ) 1
2
n
r
n n
k P r
·
-
· ⋅ ·

or ( ) 1 P S ·
1
2 (4 1)
K
n n
⇒ ·
-
Now ‘A’ event of drawing 2, 4, 6, ... 4n
( ) (2 or 6 .. or 4 ) P A P n ∴ ·
( ) (2) (4) ... (4 ) P A P P P n · - - -
2 (1 2 ... 2 ) k n · - - -
P(A) = k (2n) (2n + 1)
2 (2 1)
( )
2 (4 1)
n n
P A
n n
-
∴ ·
-
2 1
( )
4 1
n
P A
n
-
·
-
169.b. Let
1 3
( ) cos (4 3 ) [ 1,1] f x x x

· − ∀ −
Using theory part we can define the function f(x) as
follows
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1
1 3 1
1
1
3cos 2 1
2
1
( ) cos (4 3 ) 2 3cos
2
1
3cos 1
2
x x
f x x x x x
x x

− −

¦
− π ∀ − ≤ ≤
¦
¦
¦
· − · π− ∀ <
'
¦
¦
∀ ≤ ≤
¦
'
170.d. Using fact.
1 2 3
1 1 1 1 1
2 r r r r
· - - ·
2 r ∴ ·
Now Again
1 2 3
4 r r r r R - - − ·
1 2 3
4
r r r r
R
- - −
·
13
2
R ·
171.d. If ratio of the sides is known then cot : cot : cot
2 2 2
A B C
is
given by
: :
2 2 2
a b c a b c a b c
a b c
- - - - - - ' ` ' ` ' `
− − −

. ¹ . ¹ . ¹
. . (20 19) : (20 16) : (20 5) i e − − −
. . 1 : 4 : 15 i e
172.c. Given (0) 3 f ·
Again RHL
2
( ) (0 ) 3 3
h o h o
Lt f x Lt f h
-
→ →
· · - - ·
Also LHL
( ) 1 (3) (0 ) 1
h o h o
Lt f x Lt h
− −
→ →
· · − − ·
As LHL

RHL = (0) f
( ) f x ⇒ is right continuous but discontinuous from
left.
173.b. Since the lock just slides,
° · ⇒ · ⇒ · 30 θ
3
1
tanθ tanθ µ
174.d. Let F
1
and F
2
(F
1
> F
2
) be two forces, then
P = F
1
+ F
2
and Q = F
1
- F
2
⇒ F
1
= (P + Q)/2 and F
2
= (P - Q)/2
Required resultant
=
2 2 2 2
1 2
( ) [( ) / 2] F F P Q - · -
175.c. We have T
m
= a + (m - 1) d =
n
1
. . . (i)
and T
n
= a + (n - 1) d =
m
1
. . . (ii)
Subtracting (ii) from (i), we get
(m - n) d =
mn
n m
m
1
n
1 −
· −
mn
1
d · ⇒ . . . (iii)
Now, T
mn
= a + (mn - 1) d = a + (n - 1) d + (mn - n) d
=
m
1
+(mn - n)

¹
`

.
'
mn
1
; by (ii) and (iii)
= 1
mn
n mn n
·
− -
176.a. ABC ∆ will always be right angled at C
Let AC = x, BC = y
2 2
y x d − · ⇒
and area
xy
2
1
·

− − · ⇒ − ·
2 2
2
2 2 2 2
2
1
2
1
x d
x
x d
dx
dA
x d x A
For maxima/minima,
0 ·
dx
dA
2 2
2x d · ⇒
y x · ⇒
177.a. Given equation will represent a pair of straight lines if
0 ; 0 af - 2fgh abc
2 2 2 2
> − · − − - · ∆ ab h ch bg
Here,
λ , 2 / 31 ,
2
1
, 10 , 2 / 11 , 6 · · · − · · · c f g b h a
; 0 · ∆ ∴
0
4
λ 21
4
10
4
5766
4
341
λ 60 ·
1
− - − - − ⇒
or
15
361
-5415
λ or 0 5414 - λ 361 − · · · −
Also, -15 λ ; 0
4
361
60
4
121
2
· ∴ > · - · − ab h is valid
178. a. The sum of coefficients
= (b + c - a) + (c+a-b)+(a+b-c) = a+b+c=0 (given)
∴x=1 is a root of the equation
∴The other root is
,
a c b
c b a
− -
− -
which is rational as a,
b, c, are rational
Hence, both roots are rational.
ALTERNATE:
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D=(c+a-b)
2
+4(b+c-a)(a+b-c)
=(-2b)
2
-4(-2a)(-2c) ⇒4b
2
-16ac
=4(a+c)
2
- 16ac = 4[(a+c)
2
- 4ac] = [2(a-c)]
2
D is a perfect square Hence, the roots of the
equation are rational.
179. a. Let A be the complex number 2 + i,
3
π
AOB · ∠
Let B (or F) be z, then
i i
i z
− -

· ∠
) 2 (
arg AOB
(refer to angle between two
lines in the text)
3
π
± ·
3
π
isin
3
π
cos
3
π
isin
3
π
cos
AO
BO
i i) (2
i z
± ·
¹
`

.
'
± ·
− -

) 3 1 ( 1 3 1
2
3
2
1
2 ± - · ± - · ⇒

¹
`

.
'
- · − ∴ i i i z i i z
180.b. The central triangle can be coloured in 3 ways as any
one of the three colours can be used there. Corresponding
to each way of colouring the central triangle, each of
outer three triangle can be coloured in 2 ways So, the
required number of ways.
24 2 2 2 3 · × × ×