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(c) ffane
2
2
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- Statement 2 : Elasticity
is due to intermolecular forces which decreases with the increase of
Df-
intermolecular distance.
oth statements 1 and 2 are true and statement 2 is the correct explanation of statement 1.
oth statements 1 and 2 are true but statement 2 is not the correct explanation of statement 1.
(C)
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2 is false.
(D) Statement 1 is false but statement 2 is true.
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F | 15th NSO I Level-t I Ctass
11
E
Set-A
15. Two blocks Aand B are placed on a table and joined by a string as shown in the figure. The limiting
friction for both blocks is F. The tension in the string is L The forces of friction acting on the blocks are
Fo and F". An external horizontal force P = 3Fl2 acts on A, directed away from B. Which of the
following relation is correct?.
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(A) Fe = Fs =T =T Fo=|,Fr=F,T=F (C) Fe=Fa=Ztsr,f =O Ip Fe=F,f"=T=E ,nv t 16.
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t
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Y and Z involve oxidation?
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D(.
X and Y
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I,Cl
Ethanoic acid
Sodium ethanoate
(D)
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cH3co2H
Y and Z
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17. An element P is the alkali metal with the fewest protons. Element Q has atoms with 7 outermost
electrons and belongs to the third period. Element R is the most variable in its
properties,
sometimes
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acting as a metal and other times as a non-metal. Element S has a different number of outermost
electrons than its group number.
ldentify p, e, R and
(A)
&-n
P-+ Na, Q-+ O, R-+ F, S-+H
(C)
P --+ Cl, Q --> Na, R -+ Li, S -+ O
P-+ Li, Q -+ Cl, R-+ H, S-+ Ne
18.
The positions of four elements are shown on the oufline
of a part of the periodic table. Etement X has a high
meltirtg point and is a good conductor of electricity.
It forms chlorides XGl, and XGl
Which element is X?
(A)
P
(B) A
(c) R
19.
In which of the following
Acetic acid
tubes effervescence will
occur?
(A) P
a
NaHCO3
NarSOo
R
solution
solution
(D) S
R
20. An organic compound Xon treatment with hydrogen and platinum
catalyst, absorbs 5 equivalents of hydrogen to give n-butyl
,E-"r,-.r,-8-Er, 18-8r,
cyclohexane. when X is treated with silver nitrate in ethinol, a
white precipitate forms. The precipitate is found to be soluble
oo
o
in dilute acid. Treatment of X with an excess of ozone, followed
HC-C-OH, llilll
HC-OH
by dimethyl sulphide and water, gives the adjoining products.
Hence, compound X is
4cH:cH-c:cH
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v
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S F | 15th NSO I Level-t JCtass 11
f
Set-A
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ltvr*i).trre absorute varue of
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aL^
a.
3
the nrh
^t
-th
^.
term of the G.P. is
---
(A)
2n
(B) 4n
(D)
None of these
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placed at the sign
interrogation shall complete the matrix?
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(A) G
l-RTfr]El
l-El-ufFl-tl
(c) r
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cos(O-
0)
=
b, then
sin2(u-
g)
+
2abcos(a_ 0) is equat to
(A)
a'+ b2
(B) a2 - b2
(C) b2 - a2
(D)
-a2 - b2
34. Two positions of a dice are shown. When there are two dots at the bottom.
f1
'r
the
number of dots at the top will be
ffifl
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(B) 5
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F*
(c) 6
(ii)
(i)
I
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*atf,jffn€
{1,
2,3,
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repetition of any
digit. The probability that a randomly selected number out of the above numbers.
w.il be divisible by 4, is
? \
s
(A) i
4
(B) i
(c) 21
Jrf *
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to * is a root of the equation
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(A)
x2-4=0
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question
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c,{e
.no}
A and E are brothers.
F i
the
sister of E. c is the only son of A's uncle. B and D are the daughters of the brother of G,s )
father.
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(C) Four
(D) Five
38' Six 'Xs have to be placed in the squares of the
given
figure such that each row contains at least
one 'x. The number of ways in which this can be done is
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