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TEST - 1 (Paper - I)
ANSWERS
CHEMISTRY
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. (B) (A) (A) (C) (D) (A) (B) (A, B, C, D) (A, B, C, D) (A, B, C, D) (A, B, C, D) (B) (B) (C) (A) (B) (4) (5) (8) (4) (5) (4) (2)

MATHEMATICS
24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. (D) (B) (D) (C) (C) (B) (C) (A, B, C, D) (A, B, C, D) (A, B, D) (A, C) (C) (A) (B) (B) (A) (1) (6) (4) (4) (1) (4) (9)

PHYSICS
47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. (A) (D) (C) (A) (A) (A) (C) (A, B, C, D) (A, B, C, D) (A, C) (A, B, C) (A) (D) (A) (C) (A) (3) (4) (6) (5) (3) (8) (5) 1/17

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Test - 1 (Paper - I) (Answers & Hints)

ANSWERS & HINTS


PART - I (CHEMISTRY)
1. Answer (B)

1
B(I)

RH (Z)2

1 2
2

1 3
2

5 RHZ 2 36

36
B(I)

5 RH Z 2

1
L(I)

RH (Z)2
4

1 12

1 22

3 RH Z2 4

L(I) = B(I)

3 RHZ 2 L(I) = 59.3 nm = 59.3 107 cm 4


2

36 5 RH Z

3 RH Z 2

= 59.3 107
88

Z2 = 2.

59.3

10

109678

15

9.0

Answer (A)
v C 1 275

v= v=

C 275
nh 2 mr

3 108 = 1.09 108 cm s1 275

v=
2 m

n h 0.529 h 2 m 0.529 10
8

10

n2 Z

n= n=

6.62 10 27 erg-s 2 3.14 9.1 10 28 0.529 10 8 1.09 108

n=2

1 1 = RHZ2 2 2 1 (n + 2)
1 1 = 109678 2 2 1 4 15 = 109768 = 1.02 105 cm1 16
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Test - 1 (Paper - I) (Answers & Hints) 3. Answer (A) h = h0 + KE KE = h ho (Slope)KE/ = h h = h0 + eVS eVS = h h0 VS =

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h h0 e e
S/

(Slope)V

h e
h h e e

(Slope)KE/ (Slope)VS /

4.

Answer (C) m = (2
2 m 1

1)
...(iii)

m 1 2

2m 2 4

...(iv)

(iii) & (iv) are correct. 5. Answer (D) 2Mg(s) + O2(g) 2 mol 2 24 g 1 mol 1 32 g 2MgO(g) 2 mol 2 40 g

48 g Mg gives = 80 g MgO 30 g Mg gives =


80 30 50 g MgO 48

32 g O2 gives = 80 g MgO 30 g O2 gives =


80 32 30 75 g MgO

Mg is limiting reagent and 50 g MgO is formed.

48 g Mg required 32 g O2
30 g Mg required

32 30 = 20 g O2 48

Unreacted amount of O2 = 30 20 = 10 g O2 3/17

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Test - 1 (Paper - I) (Answers & Hints)

1 O (g) 2 2
15

Catalyst

SO3(g) 0

15

x 2

x=8 nSO = 8
3 2

nSO = 2
nSO3 nSO2 8 2 4 16

7.

Answer (B) FeSO4 Fe2(SO4)3


2 Fe+2 + SO4 2 2Fe+3 + 3SO4

2 If x mole of SO4 ions are furnished by both FeSO4 and Fe2(SO4)3.

Number of moles of Fe+2 = x Number of moles of Fe+3 = Fe+2 : Fe+3 = x :

2 x 3

2 x 3

=3:2 8. Answer (A, B, C, D) E1 for H = 13.6 eV E2 for H =


E2 E1

13.6 22

3.4 eV
10.2 eV

3.4 ( 13.6)

1 1 1 = RH Z 2 2 2 nf ni

= 3.0 108 m RH = 109678 102 m1


1 3 10
8

= 109678 102 Z2

1 1
2

1 22

Z2 = 4
Z
1 nf
2

2, He
1 ni
2

1 1
2

1 2
2

3 4

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Test - 1 (Paper - I) (Answers & Hints) 9. Answer (A, B, C, D) Fact. 10. Answer (A, B, C, D)
Lime stone
(CaCO3 ) Oxalic acid

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CaC2O4

KMnO 4

Decolorizes

Meq. of CaCO3 = Meq. of CaC2O4 = Meq of KMnO4 Meq. of CaCO3 = Meq. of CaO in lime stone Meq. of CaO = Meq. of KMnO4
W 1000 = 45 0.2 56/2

WCaO = 0.252 g % CaO in lime stone = 11. Answer (A, B, C, D) M= m=


120 1.15 1000 = 2.05 60 1120

0.252 1000 = 45% 0.56

120 1 1000 = 2 m 60 1000

120 60 Mole fraction of Urea = 120 1000 60 18


% mass urea = 12. Answer (B)
1 RH Z2 1 1
2

2 2 55.55

0.034

120 100 = 10.71 1120

1 x2

for Lyman series.

For He ion series limit x =


1
He

RH

1 12

He

1
He

4RH , RH

1 4
He

For Li+2 ion


1
Li 2

RH

Li 2

1 9 RH

4 9

He

4x 9

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(ni nf )(ni nf + 1) 2 ni = 4 nf = 1
1 RH 22 1 1
2

1 42

1 RH 15 = 4

4 15 RH

14. Answer (C) Fact. 15. Answer (A) Fact. 16. Answer (B) Mass of carbon in dot = 2 106 g 12 g C 6.023 1023 atoms 2 106 g C

6.023 1023 2 10 12

= 1.0038 1017 17. Answer (4) Spin multiplicity 2 s + 1 p6 For 3 clockwise ( s ) = Spin multiplicity = 2 18. Answer (5) 19. Answer (8) The next electron will enter into 6d subshell whose (n + l) equal to 8. n=6 l = 2 (for d-subshell) n+l=8 20. Answer (4) dxy, dyz, dxz, dx 2 y 2, contain 2 nodal plane. 6/17

1 1 1 3 + + = 2 2 2 2

3 +1= 4 2

Test - 1 (Paper - I) (Answers & Hints) 21. Answer (5) C3H8(g) + 5O2(g) 1 vol. 1L 5 vol. 5L 3CO2(g) + 4H2O(g) 3 vol. 3L 4 vol. 4L

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1 L of propane gas required 5 L volume of O2 gas. 22. Answer (4) Average titre value =

35.2 35.35 35.0 3 = 35.18


= 4 significant figures

23. Answer (2) Ni2+ 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 4s0 3d8

PART - II (MATHEMATICS)
24. Answer (D)

2 1 tan2 y / 2 x 1 tan 1 + tan2 y / 2 2 = 1 We have, x 1 tan2 y / 2 1 + tan2 2 2 1 + tan2 y / 2


2

( (

) )

2 6 tan

y x = 2 tan2 2 2

x y tan cot = 3 2 2

25. Answer (B) We know that

(a

2 1

2 2 + a2 + a3

) (b

2 1

2 2 + b2 + b3 ( a1b1 + a2 b2 + a3 b3 )
2

2 2 2 ( cot x + cot y + cot

) z ) (
2

+ 2 + 2 2

cot2x + cot2y + cot2z

2 + 2 + 2 2 + 2 + 2
2

so, (cot2x + cot2y + cot2z)min = 26. Answer (D)


sec 4 3 tan2 sec 4 tan2

Let

2 2 2 2 2 2 (1 + tan ) 3 tan = k (1 + tan ) tan

(1 k ) tan4 (1 + k ) tan2 + 1 k =

0
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1 k 3 3

Test - 1 (Paper - I) (Answers & Hints)

But lets exclude those values of k for which both the roots are negative, as tan2 can't take negative values.
1+ k <0 1 k

k +1 >0 k 1

, k ( , 1] (1 )
1 Hence, the range is , 1 3
27. Answer (C) We have, x + a = a (2cos 2cos2 + 1)
x = 2cos2 2cos a

...(A)

Similarly,

y = 2sin (1 cos ) a

...(B)

2 sin (1 cos )

2cos (1 cos )

x y

cot =

x or cos = y

x x + y2
2

2x 2x 2 2 + 1 x+a=a 2 2 x + y2 x +y

(x2 + y2 + 2ax)2 = 4a2(x2 + y2) 28. Answer (C) If x2 + 4y2 = 4 then let x = 2cos and y = sin f(x, y) = x2 + y2 xy = 4cos2 + sin2 2sin cos = 2(1 + cos2) +

1 (1 cos 2) sin 2 2

3 5 cos2 sin2 + 2 2

Hence, max f(x, y) = 8/17

5 + 13 2

Test - 1 (Paper - I) (Answers & Hints) 29. Answer (B) Adding we get x(cosy + siny)3 = 27 And subtracting we get x(cosy siny)3 = 1 (cosy + siny)3 = 27 (cosy siny)3 cosy + siny = 3 (cosy siny) tany =

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1 2

y = n + tan1 1 2 30. Answer (C) A+B+C= B +C=


3 3 of 0 < B, C < 4 4

Also, tanB tanC = p


sin B sin C p = cos B cos C 1

cos ( B + C ) 1 p sin B C = 1 + p ( )
cos ( B C ) =

1 +p 2 ( p 1)
3 4

B or C can vary from 0 to 0 |B C| <


3 4

1 < cos ( B C ) 1 2
1 2 < p+1 2 ( p 1)
p +1 p 1

0 < 1+

p < 0 or p > 1

p + 1 2 ( p 1)
Also,

2 ( p 1)

p < 0 or p Hence, p

2 1

p 2 +12 0 p 1

2 +1

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All India Aakash Test Series for IIT-JEE - 2013 Alternate Solution tanA + tanB + tanC = tanA tanB tanC 1 + tanB + tanC = p 1+
p + tan B p = 0 tan B

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tan2B (p 1) tanB + p = 0 Now this quadratic must have real roots (p 1)2 4p 0 p

2 +1

31. Answer (A, B, C, D) Let f(x) = x + a [x + b]

f ( x + T ) = x + T + a [ x + T + b]
f(x) = f(x + T) x + a [x + b] = x + T + a [x + T + b] [x + T + b] [x + b] = T x + T + b {x + T + b} (x + b) + {x + b} = T {x + b} = {x + b + T} x + b + I = x + b + T ; where I is an integer. T = z ; so any integer is the period of the function. 32. Answer (A, B, C, D)

x x 3 sin3 cos3 = cos x ( 2 + sin x ) 2 2


3 sin x cos x 1 + sin x cos x = cos x ( 2 + sin x ) 2 2 2 2 3 sin x cos x 1 + sin x = cos x ( 2 + sin x ) 2 2 2

( 2 + sin x )

3 x x sin cos cos x = 0 2 2 2

x x 3 sin 2 cos 2 = cos x 2

x x 3 sin cos = 2 cos x 2 2


Squaring, 9 (1 sin x ) = 4 4 sin x sinx = 1 x = ( 4n + 1) 10/17

; nI 2

Test - 1 (Paper - I) (Answers & Hints) 33. Answer (A, B, D) If f(x + y) = f(x) + 2y3 + kxy x, y R Put x = 0 f(y) = f(0) + 2y3 Put y = 1 f(1) = f(0) + 2 f(0) = 0 f(y) = 2y3 f(x) = 2x3 Put x = y = 1 f(2) = f(1) + 2 + k 8=2+2+k k = 4

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1 1 3 f ( x + y ) .f =4=k = 2 (x + y ) . 2 3 x+y (x + y )
f(3) f(2) = 38 34. Answer (A, C)
We have, 2sin x + 6
2 sin x + 6
2 sin2 x + 2 3 sin x cos x + 1

=4

3 sin x + cos x

=4

2 sin x + 6
x= 5 or 3 3

2 sin x + 6

=4

35. Answer (C) The given equation is (1+ a) cosx.cos(2x b) = (1 + a cos2x) cos(x b) ( cos x.cos ( 2x b ) cos ( x b ) ) = a ( cos2x.cos ( x b) cos x cos ( 2x b ) ) cos(3x b) + cos(x b) 2 cos(x b) = a(cos(3x b) + cos(x + b) cos(3x b) cos(x b)) 2sin(2x b)sinx = 2a sinx sinb sinx(sin(2x b) a sinb) = 0 sinx = 0 or sin(2x b) = a sin b S1 = n; S2 =

1 n n + b + ( 1) sin1 ( a sin b ) , n Z 2
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n b + < 0< 2 2 n < b < 2 n


38. Answer (B) 39. Answer (A) Solution for Q38 to Q39 The given equation is 3sinx 4sin3x + 2 sinx cosx m sinx = 0 sinx (3 4sin2x + 2cosx m) = 0 sinx = 0 or (4cos2x + 2cosx m 1) = 0 x=

1 5 2cos x + = m + 2 4
To have solution 0 m+
5 25 4 4

5 m 5 , clearly for m = 6, there is no solution. 4

Now when m = 5 cosx = 1 x = 2m But which is not possible. 40. Answer (1) cos(1 2) cos(3 4) + cos(1 + 2) cos(3 + 4) = 0 cos1cos2cos3cos4 + sin1sin2sin3sin4 = 0 tan1tan2 tan3 tan4 = 1 tan1tan2 tan3 tan4 = 1 41. Answer (6) The graph of y = 4sin2x and y = tan1tanx
2 Since y = 4 sin x x = = 2 4

y = tan

( tan x ) x =
4

=1

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Test - 1 (Paper - I) (Answers & Hints) Hence, < [] = 0 B= [] = [] = 3 << 5


, [] = 3 4

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(0, 2) (0, 4 )

[] + [] + [] = 6 42. Answer (4) 2 + 8 tan2 = 7sin (1 + tan2) 5 3 + (5 + 3)tan2 = 7sin (1 + tan2)


2 2 2 5 (1 + tan ) 3 (1 tan ) = 7 sin (1 + tan )

5 3cos2 = 7sin 6sin2 7sin + 2 = 0 (3 sin 2) (2sin 1) = 0, which have four solutions in [0, 2]. 43. Answer (4) |3k + 1| 5 5 3k + 1 5 2k
4 3

Hence four integral values of k satisfy. 44. Answer (1) Since, 0 {x} < 1 cos1 < cos{x} 1
1 1 1 cos { x} < cos 1

Now, cos1 > cos cos1 >

1 2

1 <2 cos1

1 1 cos { x} < 2

1 Hence, cos x = 1 { }
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Test - 1 (Paper - I) (Answers & Hints)

(f ( x )) = 9

at x =

PART - III (PHYSICS)


47. Answer (A) Distance covered by the particle in time t is, s =
t v 0 1 , if t t = We have, | v | = v 0 1 t v 1 , if t 0

| v | dt

Integrating

v 0t 1
s=

t , if t 2b t b
2

v0b 1

1 2

, if t > b

48. Answer (D) Area under area versus displacement curve is ads = v
v f2 v i2 2 Area under a-s curve is
f dv .ds = vdv ds vi

So area =

1 1 (5 + 15 ) 10 5 10 2 2

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Test - 1 (Paper - I) (Answers & Hints) = 20 5 5 5 = 100 25 = 75

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5 2 v2 so f 2 2

= 75

v f2 = 75 2 + 50

= 150 50 = 200 vf = 10 2 m/s 49. Answer (C) v = 2v sin


= v , is the angular displacement. 2 1 2

sin =

5 , , ... 3 3

for to be minimum. =
3

1 3 2

2 3 Centripetal acceleration = v

= = 50. Answer (A)

2 2 3 4 m/s2 3

Position vector of A, B and C

rA = u1 cos

t i

(u1 sin 1 )t

gt 2 j 2

u1 sin

1 2 gt 2

1 2 rB = ( u 2 cos 2 ) t i + u 2 sin 2 t 2 gt j 1 2 rC = ( u3 cos 3 ) t i + u3 sin 3 t 2 gt j


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Test - 1 (Paper - I) (Answers & Hints)

AB = rB rA = ( u2 cos 2 u1 cos 1 ) t i + ( u2 sin 2 u1 sin 1 ) tj = pti + qtj AC = rC rA = ( u3 cos 3 u1 cos 1 ) ti + ( u3 sin 3 u1 sin 1 ) tj = rti + stj

where p, q, r , s are positive constants

Area =

1 AB AC 2
i j qt st k 0 = ( pr qs ) t 2 k 0

AB AC =

pt rt

Area t 2 51. Answer (A)

v = r
Here, = 5
AB AB

and r = AB

B P v

Now AB = 8i 2 j + 3k 2i + j + k

) (

)
r A

= 6i 3 j + 2k
= 5. 6i 3 j + 2k 62 + 32 + 22

5 6i 7

3j

2k

5 6i 3 j + 2k 5i + j k 2i j k So v = 7
=

) (

5 6i 3 j + 2k 3i 2k 7 15 2i 7 6j 3k

) (

52. Answer (A) Time period of simple pendulum T = 2

L = 2 g

1 = 1.40 s 2 10

Percentage error in determination of length =

1mm 100 = 0.2 50 cm

Time measured must have percent error of some order. Let t be total time then percent error in time = t = 500 s Number of oscillations =
500 = 350 1.4

1 1 0 0 = 0 .2 t

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Test - 1 (Paper - I) (Answers & Hints) 53. Answer (C) a=


vdv = pv n dx

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vdv = pdx vn
1 n v dv = 0 x0

v0

Pdx
0

2 v0 n + px0 = 2 n ( )

2 v0 n x0 = p 2 n

(Distance till it stops)

Also a =

dv = pv n dt

dv = pdt vn
0 t

v n dv
v0 0

pdt

v0 n + 1 = pt 0 1 n

1 v0 n 1 t0 = 1 n p

Now average velocity =


2 v0 n p 2n

x0 t0

1 n p
1 v0 n

v 0 (1 n )

(2 n )

v0 5

1 n v0 = v0 2 n 5

5 5n = 2 n 4n = 3

n=

3 4
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j r = 5 cos2t + 2sin2t k
y = 5 cos 2t cos2t =
y 5

z = 2sin2t sin2t = Squaring and adding cos2(2t) + sin2(2t) =


45 y 2 25z 2 100

z 2

y 2 z2 + =1 25 4

v=

dr dt

= 10 sin2t + 4cos 2t k j

dv dt

j 20 cos2t

(8 sin 2t ) k

4r

So acceleration is directed towards origin.


z

Velocity v and r are perpendicular at points A, B, C and D. Time to complete one cycle is

2 second 2
second 4

So r and v or a and v will be perpendicular after every 55. Answer (A, B, C, D)

m 0.01 100 = 100 = 0.02% m 47.36


l 0.05 100 = 100 = 0.33% l 15.28

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d2 d
2

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( ) 100 =

0.04 100 = 037% 21.37

100 = 0.02 + 0.33 + 0.37


= 0.72% =

0.72 = 0.06 103 kg/m3 100

56. Answer (A, C) W.R.T. (B) velocity of A

v A, B = v A v B
= 8 4i j

8 +4

8 2 2

4 Distance between the particles will continuosly increase and they will be at minimum separation at t = 0.
Minimum separation = 57. Answer (A, B, C)
2400 500 cos37 2400 500 4 5
2 2 + 22 = 8 = 2 2

Motion along x, flight time of gun =

To find the height when the bullet hits the balloon we consider motion along y. y = (500 sin37) 6

1 2

10

62

= 500

3 6 5 36 5

= 1800 180 = 1620 m If t is the waiting time then after (t + 6) second the balloon must be at same height as that of gun. (1620) = (t + 6) 10 + 1000 10t + 60 + 1000 = 1620 10t = 560 t = 56 seconds 58. Answer (A) vx = 4y ; vy = u0
dx = ay dt dy = u0 dt

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Test - 1 (Paper - I) (Answers & Hints)

dy dy / dt u0 = = dx dx / dt 4 y

4ydy = u dx
0

4y 2 = u0 x 2

2y2 = u0x 59. Answer (D) 60. Answer (A) Solution of Q59 & Q60
dv x dy =4 = 4v y = 4u0 x-component acceleration ax = dt dt

t - axis at an n-axis a = ax

y-component of acceleration, ay = Net acceleration a


dy = tan so, dx

dv y dt

=0

ax i

ay j = 4u0 i

Now

cos =

1 dy 1+ dx
2

1 u 1+ 0 4y
2

4y

( 4y )

2 + u0

sin =

dy / dx 1 dy / dx
2

u0 / 4 y 1 u0 4y
2

(16y
16u0 y

u0
2 2 + u0

Tangential acceleration at = 4cos =

2 16 y 2 + u0

2 4u0

Normal acceleration = an = a sin = 61. Answer (C) Let vR = speed of river flow vB = velocity of boat in still water.
d Time in shortest path = v sin = 3t 0 B d Shortest time = v = t 0 B

2 16 y 2 + u0

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Test - 1 (Paper - I) (Answers & Hints) d = 0.5 km here, t0 = 15 minutes also vR vB cos = 0 for shortest path Thus sin =
1 3

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or vR = vB cos
2 2 1 2 = 4 2 km 3 h 1 3 4

d 1 2 2d = 1 = = t0 9 3t 0

62. Answer (A) If vB < vR


d x = v sin ( v R v B cos ) B

x=

d (v R cosec v B cot ) vB
dx =0 d

for x to be minimum

vB( cosec2) + vR cosec cot = 0 cos =


vB vR

Time taken in this case is given by

3t 0 =

vRd
2 2 vB vR vB

d vB = t 0

vR =

3 d 3 km/h = 2 2t 2

63. Answer (3)


a =2= b

a . b = 2.2 cos60 = 2
If the angle between a and a + b be then

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Test - 1 (Paper - I) (Answers & Hints)

a. a + b = a a + b cos
or a + a. b = 2 a + b cos or 4 + 2 = 2 a + b cos
2

cos =

3 a+ b
2

Now a + b = a + b

= a + b

+ 2a. b

= 4 + 4 + 2 . 2 = 12
a+b =2 3

cos =

3 2 3

3 2

= 30 So = 3 64. Answer (4) In the frame of B

20 2 sin + 10 10 20 2
10

100

300

20 2 cos 10

For A to hit B, tan = cos =


1 2

300 20 2 sin + 10 = 100 20 2 cos 10

4 65. Answer (6)


=

at =

dv = 6t dt

at t = 1 s at = 6 m/s2 22/17

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v 2 (3) 92 = = = 6 m/s2 ac = R 1.5 3
2

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atotal =

2 ac + at2 = 62 + 62 = 6 2 m/s2

66. Answer (5)

r2 =

0.552 + 0.432 + 0.052 + 0.362 + 0.082 + 0.052 + 0.00 2 + 0.032 + 0.052 + 0.062 10
0.6354 = 0.06354 10

r = 0.2520 = 0.25 So

r = 0.5 and

r 10 = 5

67. Answer (3) Area = 2 xdy = 2 ky dy


0 0 3 3

y 3 x

y 3/2 = 2 k 3 / 2 0
4 k .3 3 = 3

12 = 4 k . 3 k = 3 68. Answer (8) In the frame of B

6 uA, B = 4 m/s aA, B = 1 m/s


2

B Rest

Now 6 = 4t

1 1 t2 2

12 = 8t t2 t2 8t + 12 = 0
84 = 2, 6 second 2 2 Distance moved by B in 2 to 6 s is t = 8 64 48 =

1 1 2 2 4 6 + 2 2 ( 6 ) 4 2 + 2 2 ( 2)
(24 + 36) (8 + 4) = 60 12 = 48 = 6 8 Hence, = 8 23/17

All India Aakash Test Series for IIT-JEE - 2013 69. Answer (5) Here, range = 2h tan =
u2 sin ( 2 ) g u sin2 2g
2 sin 2 sin2
2

Test - 1 (Paper - I) (Answers & Hints)

(h = 0.5 m)

u h

and h =

Dividing 2tan = tan = 2cot

tan = 2 cot and u2 =

2gh sin2

2gh 2cot / 1 4cot 2


2

= 2gh(1 + 4cot2)

1 2 = gh tan + 2 2
Putting values u2 = 10 u = 5 m/s

11 2 6 + 2 = 25 2

24/17