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PAPER II SOLUTIONS MATHEMATICS PHYSICS CHEMISTRY
PART A : MATHEMATICS SECTION I 1. (B) f ( 1) = a b + c < 1 f (1) = a + b + c > 1 abc<1 Adding equations (i) and (ii), 2b < 2 b > 1 2. (B) Z = a(1 cos 2) + ia sin 2 Z a a = cos 2 + i sin 2 a a 3. (C) Now x + y + z xy yz zx 0 tan
2A 2 2 2

... (i) ... (ii)

Therefore Z

= 1 or |Z a| = |a|

tan

C B tan = 1 in a triangle. 2 2 3

4. (B) C = (4, 18). Hence AC is also 12. AC = AB and BAC = The ABC is equilateral. The radius of the incircle =
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1 3

of an altitude =

1 3

(12 sin 60) = 2 3


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5. (A) If

b 2

d b

c =0 =

c 2

d c

DN is perpendicular to BC and DM is perpendicular to CA where N is the midpoint of BC and M is the midpoint of CA. D is the circumcentre of ABC.
3 n 3 4 n 4 n

6. (D) Given C 3 C3 = C4
n n

1 2

1 2 n=7

= C

1 2

1 2

2 7

4 7

Required probability = C 0

1 2

1 2

1 2

1 2

1 2 C 1
6

1 2
6

1 2

1 2
7 6 7

7 0

7 2

7 4

2 2

1 2

7. (A) The expression inside the square root should be positive or zero. 2y y + 15 0 where y = log1/2 x y2 2y 15 0 3 log1/2 x 5 (y 5) (y + 3) 0 3 y 5 1 32
sin y 16 2

x
16

,8

8. (C) I =

2xex
1

sin x 2

dx =

e y
1

dy = F y

= F 16

F1

Hence a possible value of k = 16


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9. (C)

cot

cot x dx =

cot

cot x

dx

cot
0

cot x dx

cot

cot x

dx

dx

x dx x
0

dx

3 2

SECTION II 10. (A) Statement 2: a


b b c c a = a b b c c a ca

= a

b bc

ba

= 2 abc
a bc 0 a b b c c a 0

11. (A) Statement 1: p cos x where sin = p sin x = p p


2

q sin x = r , cos = p q
2

q sin x

= r,

q r
2

only if r p

12. (B) Since x + y = 1 and x + y = 2 are both perpendicular to y = x. 13. (B) (x + y + z)25 = (x + y)25 + 25C1 (x + y)24 z + ... + z25 Number of terms = 26 + 25 + ... + 1 = 351
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SECTION III 14. (A) a1, a2, ..., a50. There are 49 consecutive pairs, a1, a2, a3, etc.,
50

C2 49 = 24 49 = 1176

15. (C) a1a2 occurs in (a1a2a4), (a1a2a5), ..., (a1a2a50) i.e., 47 subsets a49a50 occurs in (a1a49a50), ..., (a47a49a50) i.e., 47 subsets a2a3 occurs in (a2a3a5), (a2a3a6), ..., (a2a3a50) i.e., 46 subsets, etc. and hence the total number of distinct subsets in which exactly two elements are consecutive = 2 47 + 46 47 = 47 48 = 2256 16. (B)
50

C3 47 48 48 = 17296

(Note: 48 corresponds to sets like a1a2a3) 17. (B) dy dx = 8x3 2x = 0 at the origin.

Hence the tangent is the x-axis and normal is the y-axis. 18. (A) dy dx dy dx dy dx = 0 x = 0 or 1 1 or + 2 2

> 0 in

1 1 ,0 , 2 2 , 1 1 0, 2 2 1 2
4 2

< 0 in

Hence function is minimum at x =

Maximum depth below the x-axis = 2

1 2

1 2

1 8

1 2

19. (D) Area = 2

y dx , where y = 2x
0

x2, since the curve is symmetrical about 1 2

the x-axis and cuts the x-axis at x =


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5
1

=2

x
0 3

2x

dx

=2 x 3 = 2 15

2x 5

5 0

SECTION IV 20. (A) (s); (B) (q); (C) (p); (D) (r) 2 sin (A) E = 2 sin 1 2 sin 1 2 9 cos 2 9 cos 4 9 cos 3 = 2 sin 1 9 (C) E = cos 1 2 6 14 cos 3 15 cos 4 14 cos 3 cos 2 14 sin 3 10 = = 1 4 1 4 1 8
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7 7 cos 2 7 cos 4 7 cos 7

sin

3 7

sin

sin

5 7

sin

3 7

sin

2 7

(B) E = cos

sin

8 9

2 2 2 7 sin

1 1 = 2 16

1 = cos

4 7 sin

cos 2

cos 10

1 8 3 10

(D) E =

sin

5 4

5 4

=
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21. (A) (q); (B) (p); (C) (s); (D) (r)


6 6 6

(A) The integer just greater than

= 2[33 + 15.32 + 15.31 + 1] = 416


5 5

(B) 2

1=2 2

102 3

52 3

= 2 362 1 = 723 (C) 8 + 9 9 + 9 9 8 = 737 (D) 1 2 4! P = 720


3 5

22. (A) (s); (B) (r); (C) (q); (D) (p) (A) The function is an odd function. Hence integral is 0. (B) I =
1

x
0 1

x dx =

1 5
2

1 1 = 6 30 x 2
2

(C) I =

cos 8
0

x 2

dx
1

8
1

cos

dx

8 1 4 1 2

sin 1 4

x 2
0

sin

x 2
1

(D) I = 2

1
0

tan x

sec x dx = 2 tan x

2 3

tan x

1 5

tan x

4 0

=2 1 56 15

2 3

1 5

=
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PART B : PHYSICS SECTION I 23. (C) With the help of dimensional analysis, we cannot arrive at constants and algebraic, exponential and trigonometric functions. Though dimensionally equation is satisfied, but it may not be correct. 24. (C) v = a i bx j

vx = a and vy = bx dx dt x = at + C Since x = 0 at t = 0, C = 0 x = at dy dt y= abt 2 abt 2


2 2

=a

= bx = abt

... (1)

y=

... (2)

as y = 0 at t = 0 From equation (1) and (2), y = abt 2


2

b 2a

Hence the trajectory is a parabola symmetrical about the y-axis. 25. (B) Let us consider any two particles of the body. Let a particle of the first body rotate in the x-y plane in a circle of radius r1. Similarly, let a particle of body 2 move in the y-z plane in a circle of radius r2 as shown in the Figure. Then = k and = i
1 1 2 2

21

= i
1 2 2 1

k
1

21

2 2

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26. (D) Let X be the leftward displacement of M and x and y be the leftward and downward displacement of m. Let AB = l1; BC = l2; CD = l3 and Am = l4 When M moves towards left, say by x, then AB = (l1 x) BC = l2 CD = l3 x Am = l4 + y l1 x + l2 + l3 x + l4 + y = l1 + l2 + l3 + l4 2x = y 2x = y Further x = X x=X Given x = 2 ms
2 2 2 2 x 2 y 2 2 2

x = 2 ms and y = 4 ms

Acceleration of m is a = a

a = 2 mv qB

4 = 20 = 2 5 ms

27. (D) Radius of the circular path, r = Now r sin = d sin = So = 30 1 2

= 2d

Hence the particle remains in the magnetic field for 2 1 t= 12 kB t= 6kB 6 = d 3 2 = 4d sin 15

Distance travelled, S = r = 2d

Displacement of the particle in magnetic field = 2r sin


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28. (A) The components of various velocities are as shown in the Figure.

IM

is given by the vector sum of components of velocity of image with


2

respect to M2 along the normal and perpendicular to the normal. V


IM

= 100 sin 37 i
2

100 sin 37 cos 37 j 100 cos 37 i


2

100 sin 37 cos 37 j

= V
IM , IM
2

28 i
IM

96 j cms V
IM

=V
1

=
1

128 i

96 j cms

Aliter: For the reflection at mirror M2 the incident ray OX is reflected along OR (ON normal) XOR = 74 = 2 Then V
IM

=
2

v cos 2 i

v sin 2 j

29. (C) In case (I), no net cutting of flux is there. In case (II), no cutting of flux is there. In case (III) and (IV), cutting of flux is there. In case (IV), disc is non-conducting, hence no induced emf.
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30. (B) Intensity at a distance x from point source is given by I =

P 4 x
2

Consider an elemental shell of radius x and thickness dx with centre at the point source. Energy contained in this elemental shell is dE =
2 Pdx I 4 x dx = c c

Let dn be the number of photons in this elemental shell. Then dE = dn dn = P dx hc


2

hc

Pdx c

Total number of photons in the shell of inner radius r and outer radius 2r is

n=

dn = P dx = P r hc hc
2 2 r

2r

[Note: Option (C) is dimensionally correct] 31. (D) P-T graph is a straight line passing through the origin. Therefore V = constant work done on the gas is zero. Further, density of the gas, = 1 V m V

Since volume of the gas is constant, density of the gas is constant. PV = nRT P= nR V i.e., slope of P-T line is proportional to n. SECTION II 32. (D) As it is not the internal forces of the brake which brings the centre of mass of moving vehicle to rest, it is only locking the wheel and the friction force (outside the vehicle) is responsible to stop it. 33. (D) Because the same atom is capable of producing all the series.
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34. (D) Voltage in coil and capacitance are out of phase by 180. I= = . In fact this is impractical because a pure inductance and a pure Z capacitor are hard to find. , where L is 2 L 1.2r the resonating length and r the radius of the pipe. Hence smaller the radius greater the frequency. SECTION III 36. (D) As R1 >> R2, magnetic field at the location of loop 2 due to current I1 in loop 1 can be considered as constant. B= I R 2 R
0 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 2

35. (A) Due to end correction, the frequency is given by f =

Flux linked with loop 2 is 2 = B R 2 = I R R =


0 1 2 2

R R
0

2 2

2 R

1 2

2 32

M=

2 1

2 R

2 1

2 2 3 2

37. (A) Let at any instant of time t current in loop 1 be I1 (t) and current in loop 2 be I2 (t). Flux linked with loop 2 is 2 (t) = I1 (t)M, where I1 (t) = I0 e d Induced emf in loop 2 is e =
1 2 t

dI t = M
1

dt

dt

Also e1 = I2R (By Ohm s law) d2 = I2 dt R

MI

d
0

I
0 0

t dt

I M=
0

t dt
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But

I
0

t dt = Q

Q=

MI R
0

MI 38. (B) Q = R

implies I2 (t) = I e
0

R t M

This is because Q =

I
0

t dt =

I e
0 0

R t M

dt, on substituting for I2 (t)

I M
0

R t M 0

R I M
0

= M R

MI 1 = R

[Note:

has the dimension of time. So option (B) is dimensionally correct]

39. (B) Let acceleration of centre of mass of cylinder with respect to wedge be a and acceleration of wedge with respect to ground be a0. Let angular acceleration of the cylinder be . Let us consider the free body diagram of cylinder and wedge.

For cylinder: Mg sin f = M(a a0 cos ) Mg cos N = Ma0 sin a = R


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Torque about centre of mass of the cylinder fR = MR 2 where I = MR 2


2 2

... (4)

For wedge: N sin f cos = Ma0 N cos + f sin + mg = N1 Solving these equations we get Multiplying equation (2) by sin , we get Mg sin cos N sin = Ma0 sin From equation (7) and (5), we get a =
0 2

... (5) ... (6)

... (7)

g sin 2 4 2 sin
2 2

From equation (3) and (4), we get fR = MR a 2 R f= M 2 a ... (8)

Substituting for a0 and f in equation (1) and simplifying we get a= 2g sin 3 a= Since a = R = 2g sin 3R x Mg sin 3 x 2g sin 3 cos 2 x
2

sin sin
2

40. (A) Substituting for in equation (4), we get f =

41. (C) Substituting for a0 in equation (2) and (6) and simplifying, we get N=
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SECTION IV 42. (A) (r), (s); (B) (q), (r); (C) (p), (s); (D) (r), (s) (A) Due to longitudinal stress, length and area of cross-section changes. Hence volume changes but shape does not change. (B) Shear stress involves change of shape without change in size. (C) Volume stress: Volume changes but shape does not change. (D) Tensile stress: Volume changes but shape does not change. 43. (A) (p), (r); (B) (q); (C) (q), (s); (D) (q) Initially, the ratio of capacitance is 1 : 2 Hence potential difference across C1 is V Potential difference across C2 is V 1 3 2 3

Finally, the ratio of capacitance is 1 : 4 Hence potential difference across C1 is Potential difference across C2 is V 5 4V 5

The potential difference across C1 increases by a factor 4V 5 = 6 2V 3 5 The potential difference across C2 decreases by a factor V 5 = 3 V 3 5 Ui for C1 2 4 9 V
2 2

1 2

4V 9
2

Ui for C2

1 2V V = 9 2 9

When separation of plate C1 gets doubled, its capacitance becomes 1 2 Uf for C1 1 1 8V 16V = 25 2 25
2 2

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Uf for C2

1 2V V = 25 2 25

The potential energy stored in C1 decreases by a factor 8V 25 = 18 2 25 4V 9 44. (A) (q); (B) (p); (C) (s); (D) (r) Suppose the total mass of uranium mixture be m. Then the masses of the isotopes 92U m =
1 234

, 92U

235

and 92U

238

in the mixture are

0.006m 0.71m 99.284m ,m = ,m = 2 3 100 100 100

Let the mass numbers of the three isotopes be A1, A2 and A3 respectively. Then the number of atoms of these isotopes in the mixture are N m N =
1 A 1

N m ,N =
2 A

N m ,N =
3 A

Now activity, R = N = m

log 2
e

, where T is half-life.

T m
2

R1 : R2 : R3 =

m :

A T

1 1

A T

2 2

A T

3 3

R1 : R2 : R3 =

0.006 234 2.5 10 24 : 1 : 22


5

0.71 235 7.1 10


8

99.284 238 4.5 10


9

percentage activity ratio = 24 47 100 : 1 22 100 : 1000 47 47

51% : 2.1% : 46.8% Ratio of activity of U


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to that of U

235

is

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PART C : CHEMISTRY SECTION I 45. (D) H, D and T are all isotopes of hydrogen with atomic number Z = 1. Since Z is the same for all the above species, the radii of second orbit of them is 2
2

or 1 : 1 : 1

46. (D) HF is a weaker acid than HCl because H F bond is stronger than H Cl and hydrogen bonding is present in HF. 47. (D) Aluminium cannot be obtained by smelting process as reduction of Al2O3 by carbon is not possible. 48. (A) Orthoboric acid behaves as a weak monobasic acid. It accepts electron pair from OH ion of water molecule whose proton is set free in the solution. B(OH)3 + H2O H + [B(OH)4]
+

49. (C) Like addition of bromine, debromination also involves anti-elimination. Hence the product of debromination of meso-dibromobutane is trans-2-butene. 50. (D) Singlet carbene is diamagnetic. Carbocations are planar. C H
2 5

is pyramidal CH is planar due to resonance effect. A + B 2 C + 2D 0 1.2 0 2.4

C H
6

51. (C) moles/litre At equilibrium moles/litre K=

(2 1.2) 0.8 0.8

C D A B

1.2 2.4 2.4 = 1.2 3 3 = 10.8 0.8 0.8


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52. (B)

53. (A) With increase in size of M ions from Mg to Ba , the hydration energy decreases significantly while there is only a small change in lattice energy. This decreases the solubility significantly. SECTION II 54. (C) Oxidation state of sulphur is +6 both in Caro s acid and sulphuric acid. Caro s acid is a better oxidising agent as it contains peroxo linkage. 55. (A) 56. (D) Since C Cl bond in chlorobenzene has double bond character due to + M effect of chlorine atom, aniline is formed only at high temperature and higher pressures. 57. (C) The chemical equilibrium is a dynamic equilibrium and at equilibrium the rates of forward reaction and its reverse reaction are same. SECTION III

2+

+2

+2

58. (D)

59. (B)

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60. (C)

The enol form is phenol which is aromatic. Hence enolisation is maximum.

But -hydrogen atom. 61. (A) NH + H2O K K =


h w b

does not undergo enolisation since there is no

NH4OH + H 1 10
14 5

1.85 10

1 10 1.85 10 1.85 10
10

10

= 5.4 10

2 62. (B) Kh = C, where is the degree of hydrolysis. 2

C K 5.4 10 0.02
10

540 2

10

10

= 2.7 10 = 1.64 10
4

63. (C) The pH of the salt solution is pH = 1 [pKw pKb log C] 2


2 = 1 [14 4.73 log 2 10 ] 2

=
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[14 4.73 (2 .3010)]


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1 2 1 2 1 2

[14 4.73 ( 1.6990)]

[15.6990 4.73]

[10.9690]

= 5.4845 5.48 SECTION IV 64. (A) (p), (s); (B) (p), (r); (C) (p), (s); (D) (q), (r) Formal charge is calculated as the difference between number of valence electrons of central atom minus number of electrons used by central atom for bond formation. Oxidation number is the number of electrons apparently lost or gained to form the compound. 65. (A) (q); (B) (p), (s); (C) (p), (s); (D) (r), (s) 66. (A) (q), (r), (s); (B) (p), (r); (C) (p), (q), (r); (D) (q), (r) (A) Zn
o

Cu

2 aq

Zn

2 aq

Cu is a cell reaction. Hence, G is negative. There is

no change in entropy. Consequently H is negative. (B) PCl5(g) PCl3(g) + Cl2(g) is a decomposition reaction. Hence H is positive. As the number of gaseous molecules increases S is positive. G is negative. (C) CaO(s) + H2O(l) Ca(OH)2(aq). This is an exothermic reaction and H is negative. Since the product is a solution, S is positive, G is negative. 1

(D) SO2(g) +

SO3(g). Since number of gaseous molecules decreases S O 2 2(g) is negative. The reaction is exothermic, H is negative and G is negative.

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