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PARTA
1. Q.1 to Q.6 are single correct type questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D)
out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
For each question, you will be awarded 3 marks, if you have darkened only the bubble corresponding
to the correct answer and zero mark if no bubble are darkened. In all other cases, minus one (1)
mark will be awarded.
2. Q.7 to Q.9 are paragraph based questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out
of which ONLY ONE is correct.
For each question, you will be awarded 3 marks, if you have darkened only the bubble corresponding
to the correct answer and zero mark if no bubble are darkened. In all other cases, minus one (1)
mark will be awarded.
3. Q.10 to Q.11 are multiple correct type questions.Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and
(D) out of which ONE OR MORE may be correct.
For each question, you will be awarded 4 marks if you have darkened only the bubble corresponding to the
correct answer and zero mark if no bubble are darkened. No negative marks will be awarded in this section.
PARTC
4. Q.1 to Q.2 are Integer Type questions. The answer to each question is upto 4 digit ranging from
0 to 9999. The correct digit below the question number in the OMR is to be bubbled.
For each question, you will be awarded 6 marks if you darken the bubble corresponding to the correct
answer and zero mark if no bubble is darkened.
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number you must fill as 0025 in the OMR. No negative marks will be awarded in this section.
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CODE
A
REHEARSAL
TEST
MATHEMATICS
XI (PTP) Rehersal Test Page # 2
PARTA
[SINGLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE]
Q.1 to Q.6 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
Q.1 If
100 log 101 log
101 100
2 L
+
= then which of the following must be true
(A*) L > 4 (B) L > 3 (C) L < 4 (D) L < 3
Q.2 The value of the expression sin
12
5t
sin
12
t
+ cos
4
3t
is equals to
(A*) 0 (B)
2
1
(C) 1 (D) none
Q.3 If N = antilog
5
( ) ( ) ( ) 64 log antilog log
3
3
2
,
then the characteristic of logarithm N to the base 4, is equal to
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C*) 3 (D) 4
[Sol: As, ( ) 64 log antilog
3
3
=
64 log
3
3 = 8.
Now, log
2
8 = 3.
N = antilog
5
(3) = 5
3
= 125.
As 4
3
< N = 125 < 4
4
3 < log
4
125 < 4
Hence, characteristic of logarithm N to the base 4 = 3. Ans. ]
Q.4 Exact value of cos
2
73 + cos
2
47 sin
2
43 + sin
2
107 is equal to :
(A) 1/2 (B) 3/4 (C*) 1 (D) none
[Sol. cos
2
73 + cos
2
47 sin
2
(90 47) + sin
2
(180 73)
= cos
2
73 + cos
2
47 cos
2
47 + sin
2
73 = 1 ]
Q.5 The expression E = sin
2
o + sin
2
 + sin
2

.

\

 o
t
2
+ 2 sin o sin  sin

.

\

 o
t
2
is
(A*) independent of both o and  (B) independent of o but dependent on 
(C) independent of  but dependent on o (D) dependent on both o and .
[Sol. Let E = sin
2
o + sin
2
 + cos
2
(o + ) + 2 sin o sin  cos(o + )
= sin
2
o + sin
2
 + cos
2
(o + ) + [cos (o ) cos (o + )] cos (o + )
= sin
2
o + sin
2
 +(cos
2
o sin
2
) = 1. Ans.]
Q.6 The expression wherever defined simplifies to
)) x 180 ( cos ) x sin( ) x 90 sin(
) x 540 ( sin ) x 270 sin( ) x 720 ( cos ) x 270 sin(
2
3 3
+
+ +
+
) x 450 ( ec cos
) x 270 cot(
2
+
(A*) 1 (B) tan x (C) cot x (D) sec x + tan x
[Sol: E =
x cos x sin x cos
x sin x cos ) x )(cos x cos (
2
3 3
+
x sec
x tan
2
=
x cos x cos x sin
x sin x cos x cos
2
3 4
+
+
+
x sec
x sin
=
) x cos x (sin x cos
) x cos x (sin x cos
3 3
+
+
+ sin x cos x = (1 sin x cos x) + sin x cos x = 1 Ans. [111
th
24072005]
MATHEMATICS
XI (PTP) Rehersal Test Page # 3
[COMPREHENSION TYPE]
Q.7 to Q.9 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
Paragraph for question nos. 7 to 9
A denotes the product xyz where x, y and z satisfy
log
3
x = log5 log7
log
5
y = log7 log3
log
7
z = log3 log5
B denotes the sum of square of solution of the equation
log
2
(log
2
x
6
3) log
2
(log
2
x
4
5) = log
2
3
C denotes characterstic of logarithm
log
2
(log
2
3) log
2
(log
4
3) + log
2
(log
4
5)
log
2
(log
6
5) + log
2
(log
6
7) log
2
(log
8
7)
Q.7 Find value of A + B + C
(A) 18 (B*) 34 (C) 32 (D) 24
[Logarithm (Tough)]
Q.8 Find log
2
A + log
2
B + log
2
C
(A*) 5 (B) 6 (C) 7 (D) 4
[Logarithm (Tough)]
Q.9 Find  A B + C 
(A) 30 (B) 32 (C) 28 (D*) 30
[Logarithm (Tough)]
[Sol. x = 3
log5 log7
y = 5
log7 log3
z = 7
log3 log5
x y z = 1 A = 1
log
2
(6 log
2
 x  3) log
2
(4 log  x  5) = log
2
3
3
5  x  log 4
3  x  log 6
2
2
=
let log
2
 x  = 1
3
5 t 4
3 t 6
=
(C*)
533
308
(D)
533
308
[Sol: Case I o e 1
st
quadrant ;  e 1
st
quadrant
sin o =
41
40
; cos  =
13
12
cos o =
41
9
; sin  =
13
5
cos(o + ) = cos o cos  sin o sin  =
13
5
41
40
41
9
13
12
=
533
92
41 13
200 108
=
Case II o e 1
st
quadrant ;  e 4
th
quadrant
sin o =
41
40
; cos  =
13
12
cos o =
41
9
; sin  = 
13
5
cos(o + ) =
13
12
41
9

.

\

13
5
41
40
=
533
308
533
200 108
=
+

PARTC
[INTEGER TYPE]
Q.1 to Q.2 are "Integer Type" questions. (The answer to each of the questions are upto 4 digits)
Q.1 If the product of the roots of the equation,
2 x
4
5
x log ) x (log
4
3
2
2
2
=

.

\

+ 
.

\

is
b
a
1
(where a, b e N) then the value of (a + b). [Ans. 19]
[Sol. Take log on both the sides
( ) x log
4
5
x log x log
4
3
2 2
2
2

.

\

+
=
2
1
log
2
x = y
3y
3
+ 4y
2
5y 2 = 0 3y
2
(y 1) + 7y(y 1) + 2(y 1) = 0
(y 1)(3y
2
+ 7y + 2) = 0 (y 1)(3y + 1)(y + 2) = 0
y = 1 or y = 2 or y =
3
1
; x = 2;
4
1
;
3 1
2
1
x
1
x
2
x
3
=
3
16
1
a + b = 19 ]
Q.2 If f (u) =
u + tan 1
1
then value of f (11) f (34) equals to
q
p
where p and q are relatively prime, then
p + q is equals to [Ans: 3]
[Sol. f (11) f (34) =
) 34 tan 1 (
1
) 11 tan 1 (
1
+ +
=
)) 11 45 tan( 1 (
1
) 11 tan 1 (
1
+ +
=
+
+
+
11 tan 1
11 tan 1
1
1
) 11 tan 1 (
1
=
2
11 tan 1
) 11 tan 1 (
1 +
+
=
2
1
Ans.]
PHYSICS
XI (PTP) Rehersal Test Page # 1
XIPTP REVIEW TEST1 DATE : 06.05.2012
PARTA
[SINGLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE]
Q.1 to Q.6 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
Q.1 If
j
4 i
3 a + =
(A)
( ) j
4 i
3
5
1
a =
(B*)
( ) j
4 i
3
5
1
a + =
(C)
5
j
a
= (D)
j
a + =
[Sol:
 a 
a
a
= ;  a 
=
2 2
4 3 +
=
25
= 5 ; Thus a
= ( ) j
4 i
3
5
1
a + = ]
Q.2 If
j
4 i
3 a + =
and
j
3 i
4 b + =
and
b
(A*) u = cos
1
25
24
(B) u = cos
1
24
14
(C) u = cos
1
5
3
(D) u = cos
1
3
2
[Sol:
b a
=
b a
b a
cos , cos b a
= u u
a
=
2 2
4 3 +
=
25
= 5
b
=
2 2
3 4 +
=
25
= 5
b a
= 3 4 ( i
) + 3 3 (
i
) + 4 4 ( j
) + 4 3 ( j
)
= 12 + 0 + 0 + 12 = 24 units
b a
b a
cos
= u
=
5 5
24
=
25
24
Hence u = cos
1

.

\

25
24
]
Q.3 Which of the following representation is incorrect for vector equation
Q P R
+ =
?
(A) (B) (C) (D*)
Q.4 Which of the following is the unit vector perpendicular to
Q and P
?
(A)
u
sin  Q   P 
Q
(B)
u
cos  Q   P 
Q
(C*)
u
sin  Q   P 
Q P
(D)
u
cos  Q   P 
Q
3 i
4 A + =
on vector
j
4 i
3 B + =
?
(A) 10 (B*)
5
24
(C) zero (D)
j
12 i
12 +
PHYSICS
XI (PTP) Rehersal Test Page # 2
Q.6 Find the value of
dx
dy
of function y =
2
x 2 +
at point x = 1.
(A)
3
1
(B*)
3
1
(C)
3
2
(D) none of these
[COMPREHENSION TYPE]
Q.7 to Q.9 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
PARAGRAPH TYPE
Three forces
3 2 1
F & F , F
are acting on a particle as shown
in the figure, here
1
F
= 10N,
2
F
,
R
and
S
.
(D*)
R Q
+
must lie in the plane of
P
and S
.
Q.11 If
Q P
=
, then which of the following is(are) CORRECT?
(A*)
Q
=
(B*) Q P
= (C*) P
Q Q
P
= (D)
Q
Q P + = +
PARTC
[INTEGER TYPE]
Q.1 to Q.2 are "Integer Type" questions. (The answer to each of the questions are upto 4 digits)
Q.1 The force on a body
F
, u = 90 30 = 60
r F
4 j
3 i
2 a + + =
and k
3 j
2 i
b + =
, find x components of
( ) b a
[Ans: 17]
[Ans: 17]
[Sol:
( ) b a
=
3 2 1
4 3 2
k
=
( ) ( ) ( )k
3 4 j
6 4 i
8 9 + + +
=
k
7 j
2 i
17
Hence ( )
x
b a
= 17
( )
y
b a
= 2
( )
z
b a
= 7 ]
CHEMISTRY
XI (PTP) Rehersal Test Page # 1
PARTA
[SINGLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE]
Q.1 to Q.6 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
Q.1 An oil drop has
C
19
10 4 . 6
]
Q.2 The mass/charge ratio for A
+
ion is
1 7
10 3
kgC . Find the mass of AA
+
ion
(A*) kg 10 8 . 4
26
(B) 2.8 10
26
kg (C) 1.6 10
26
kg (B) 3.2 10
26
kg
[Sol.
7
10 3
q
m
19 7
10 6 . 1 10 3 m
=
= 4.8 10
26
Q.3 Ratio of radii of 2 nucleus with mass numbers 1 & 27 respectively is :
(A*)
3
1
(B)
6
1
(C) 6 (D) 3
Sol.
3
1
3
1
2
1
2
1
=


.

\

=
A
A
R
R
Q.4 An electron in an atom undergoes transition in such a way that its K.E. changes from x to
4
x
, then
change in P.E. will be
(A*)
x
2
3
+
(B)
x
2
3
(C) +
x
4
3
(D)
x
4
3
[Sol.
1
x 2
4
x 2
+
4
x 6
4
x 8 x 2
+
+
Q.5 An electron in Bohr's H atom has angular momentum
t
h
. Calculate energy of electron in this orbit:
(A) 13.6 eV/atom (B*) 3.4 eV/atom
(C) 2.18 10
18
J/atom (D) 4.36 10
18
J/atom
[Sol.
2 n
h
2
h
n =
t
=
t
4
6 . 13
CHEMISTRY
XI (PTP) Rehersal Test Page # 2
u
Q.6 K.E. of an electron in H like specie is 6.04 eV. The area (in
2
) of 3
rd
Bohr orbit to which this electron
belongs
(A*) t (2.3805)
2
(B) t (1.402)
2
(C) t (3.025)
2
(D) t (5.29)
2
[Sol.
04 . 6
9
z 6 . 13
2
=
2
2
9 529 . 0

.

\

t
[COMPREHENSION TYPE]
Q.7 to Q.9 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
PARAGRAPH TYPE
The only electron in hydrogen atom resides under ordinary conditions on the 1st orbit when energy is
supplied, the electron moves to higher energy orbit depending on the amount of energy absorbed when
this electron returns to any of the lower orbits, it emits energy.
Q.7 The 3rd emission line in the atomic spectrum of hydrogen in the Balmer series apperas at
(R = Rydberg's const)
(A)
1
cm
400
R 9
(B)
1
cm
144
R 7
(C)
1
cm
36
R 5
(D*)
1
cm
100
R 21
[Sol.
(
t
2 2
5
1
2
1
R
1
(
t 25
1
4
1
R
1
100
R 21
100
4 25
=
Q.8 The ratio of time periods in 1st & 3rd orbits of H atom is :
(A) 1 : 3 (B) 27 : 1 (C*) 1 : 27 (D) 1 : 9
[Sol.
3
1 3
2
n
n
1
27
1
=
5 3
Q.9 Wave number of 2
nd
line of paschen series of H atom is (R
H
= 109700 cm
1
):
(A) 18750 cm
1
(B) 3452 cm
1
(C*) 7801 cm
1
(D) 1542656 cm
1
[Sol.

.

\

=
t 25
1
9
1
R
1
H

.

\

=
t 225
16
R
1
H
CHEMISTRY
XI (PTP) Rehersal Test Page # 3
[MULTIPLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE]
Q.10 to Q.11 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONE OR MORE may be correct.
Q.10 Select the correct statement (s)
(A) The charge & mass of the particles constituting cathode rays depend upon the nature of gas &
material of cathode.
(B*) The charge/mass ratio of cathode rays is greater than that of anode rays.
(C*) Scattering of oparticle in Rutherford's experiment follows coulomb's law.
(D) Number of electrons in an atom is equal to number of neutrons always
Q.11 According to Bohr's atomic theory select the correct statement(s) :
(A*) Kinetic energy of electron
2
2
n
z
.
(B) The product of velocity of electron & shell number
2
z .
(C*) Frequency of revolution of electron in orbit
3
2
n
z
.
(D*) Coulombic force of attraction on the electron
4
3
n
z
.
PARTC
[INTEGER TYPE]
Q.1 to Q.2 are "Integer Type" questions. (The answer to each of the questions are upto 4 digits)
Q.1 At what maximum atomic number a transition from n = 2 to n = 1energy level would result in emission of
xray with = 3 10
8
m? (take hc = 1224 eV nm) [Ans: z = 2]
[Sol:
30
1224
= 13.6 z
2
(
4
1
1
2
z
4
3
6 . 13
3
1224
=
2
z
9 6 . 13
4 4 . 122
=
z = 2]
Q.2 Write the atomic number of Hlike specie having wavelength difference between 1st line of Balmer and
Lyman series equal to
H
R 135
88
. (Where R
H
is Rydberg's const) [Ans. z = 3]