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B.MAT PART TEST 6
FOR OUR STUDENTS
TOWARDS
IIT- -- -JOINT ENTRANCE EXAMINATION, 2012







SECTION I
1. (A)
2. (B) Since the crystal has 0.1% Schottky defect (the atoms are missing from lattice
site), the mass of the crystal decreases by 0.1% assuming the volume of the
crystal remaining the same.
3 23 7 3
0
n M 4 40
N a 6.023 10 (0.556 10 )


= =


= 1.5455 g/cm
3

for 0.1% Schottky defect,

0.1
1 0.999
100

= =



= 0.999 1.5455
= 1.5439 g/cm
3
.
IIT-JEE 2012
PT6/CPM/P(II)/SOLNS
PAPER II SOLUTIONS
CHEMISTRY PHYSICS MATHEMATICS
PART A: CHEMISTRY

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3. (D)
4. (B)
5. (C) + +
2 2 4 4
BaCl H SO BaSO 2HCl
white
+ + + + +
2 2 2 7 2 4 2 4 2 2 4 2
2BaCl K Cr O 3H SO K SO 2CrO Cl 2BaSO 3H O
red
2 2 2 4 2
CrO Cl 4NaOH Na CrO 2NaCl 2H O + + +
yellow
6. (A) At anode :
2
2 2
Mn 2H O MnO 4H 2e
+ +
+ + +
At cathode :
+
+
2
2H 2e H
Let the time required to produce 1 kg of MnO
2
be t sec.
Mole of electrons needed

=
51 t 85
96, 500 100

Mole of MnO
2
produced

=
51 t 85 1
96, 500 100 2

Mass of MnO
2

=
51 t 85 1
87
96,500 100 2
= 1000
t = 5.11 10
4
s = 14.25 hr.
7. (C) ( )

6 5 6 5
2
2C H OH C H OH
t = 0, 1 0
t
eq
(1 )

2

T
f
= K
f
m i

f
K m 1
2

=




=


2.58 1000
2.37 14.1 1
94 100 2

= 0.78
The fraction of phenol dimerized is 0.78 or 1.996 g (~ 2.0 g) of phenol is
dimerized.
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8. (C)
2 5(g) 2(g) 2(g)
2N O 4NO O +
t = 0 2p
i
0 0 mm
t = 30 min 2(p
i
2x) 4x x
after completion 0 4p p
Total pressure at the end = 5p
i
= 584.5 mm
2p
i
= 233.8 mm
pressure after 30 min = p
i
2x + 4x + x
= (p
i
+ 3x) = 284.5
x = 16.9 mm.
a 233.8 mm
(a x) (p
i
2x) = 233.8 2 16.9 = 200
2.303 233.8
k log 0.0052
30 200
= =
= 5.2 10
3
min
1
.
SECTION II
9. (A), (D)
10. (A), (C), (D)
11. (A), (B), (D)
ClF is called chlorine monofluoride since chlorine is less electronegative than
fluorine.
12. (B), (C), (D)
SECTION III
13. (6) CH
3
COO

and OCl

are not pseudohalogens.
14. (5) For a I order reaction,
1 1
1
2
0.693 0.693
t ; k
k 40
= =
For a zero order reaction,
0
1 0
0
2
A 1.386
t ; k
2k 2 20
= =


1
0
k 0.693 40
0.5
k 40 1.386
= = i.e., 5 10
1

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15. (6) Due to addition of BaCl
2
, each Ba
2+
ion replaces two Na
+
ions, but occupies
only one Na
+
lattice point. This creates one cationic vacancy.
Number of moles of Ba
2+
in 100 mole of NaCl = 10
3

Number of moles of cation vacancy = 10
3

Number of moles of cation vacancy in 1 mole
3
5
10
10 mol.
100

= =
Total number of vacancies = 10
5
6.02 10
23
= 6.02 10
18

16. (8) Milli moles of NaCl added = 20 0.5 = 10
Volume of mixture = 105 + 20 = 125
Flocculation value is the amount of electrolyte (in m moles) that must be added
to 1L of the colloidal solution containing NaCl solution to bring about complete
coagulation.
Flocculation value of NaCl
1
10 1000
80 m mol L
125

= =
17. (3) Oxalate ligand is dinegative ion i.e., bidentate. So total charge of three oxalate
ions is 6. i.e., coordination number of Cr is 6.
The complex has the charge 3. Hence the oxidation state of Cr is + 3.
18. (7) Br Br e

+
Equivalent weight
At.wt
80
1
= =
1 gm equivalent (80 g) of Br
2
will be liberated by 98450 coulombs.
10 g of Br
2
will be liberated by
98450 10
80

=
= 12067.5 C
Q = C.t
Q 12067.5
C 6.7 ~ 7.0 amp.
t 30 60
= = =


SECTION IV
19. (A) (p), (q), (t); (B) (q), (r), (t); (C) (s); (D) (q), (r), (t)
20. (A) (p), (q), (t); (B) (p), (s); (C) (p), (q), (r), (t); (D) (p), (s)
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SECTION I
21. (A) Since the normal bisects that angle xOy, the incident ray, the reflected ray and
the normal lie along the plane containing the
normal. Let be the angle made by the incident
ray with the normal.
Then

( ) ( )
i j k i j
2 2
cos
3
1 1 1 1 1 6
+ + +
= = =
+ + +


The angle of incidence must be equal to the
angle of reflection. The angle of incidence is in
the anti clockwise direction. Hence the angle of
reflection must be in the clockwise direction. Hence cos must be equal to
2
3
. This is possible only when the reflected ray is along

( )
i j k + +

, cos
being even.
22. (B) The projection of AB along the principal axis of
the mirror is
AB
2
, while that perpendicular to
the axis is also
AB
2

For the concave mirror we have the formula

1 1 1
u v f
+ =
The image distance of the end A of the object is given by

1 1 1
30 v 20
+ =

1 1 1
v 30 20
=

= =
2 3 1
60 60

v = 60 cm
Hence the image of A is real and is at a distance of 60 cm from the pole of the
mirror. The end B of the object is at the centre of curvature of the mirror.
Hence the image is formed at the centre of curvature itself. That is the image of
B is at 40 cm from the pole of the mirror. Hence the size of the image is 20 cm,
because magnification is 2 along the principal axis.

x
y
z
normal
O


A
B
45
30 cm
P

PART B: PHYSICS
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For the projection of AB, perpendicular to the principal axis, the image of AB is
at a distance of 60 cm from the pole of the mirror. Again magnification is 2 and
hence size of the image in the direction perpendicular to the optic axis is 20 cm.
Hence the total size of the image is
2 2
(20) (20) +
= 20 2 cm
23. (C) If the mass m moves by y, the pulley will also move by y and hence the spring
will stretch by 2y.
Since the pulley is massless, T = T + F
But T = 2 ky
T = 2 ky + 2 ky
= 4 ky = mg
effective spring constant k = 4k
The stretch produced by mg will set the amplitude. Hence
mg = kA

3
mg 100 10 10
A
k 4 5


= =


= 5 cm
We have
1 1 1
15 v 10
+ =

10 15
v
25

= = 6 cm
Also,
1 1 1
20 v 10
+ =

1 1 1 20 10
; v
v 10 20 30

= + =
= 6.67 cm
image amplitude = 0.67 cm
24. (D)
mm
= 2i A
38 = 2 49 A
A = 60
For deviation to be maximum, i
1
should be equal to 90

max
= 90 + i
2
60
i.e., 58 = 90 + i
2
60
i
2
= 28

T
F
T
m

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25. (A) Current in the cell is 0.96 A
The number of electrons per second constituting this current is
6
12
19
0.96 10
n 6 10
1.6 10

= =

electrons
Hence 0.1 % 6 10
12
electrons
100 % 6 10
12
1000 electrons
Total number of photons falling/sec = 6 10
15

We have
hc
n power of the lamp (P) =



15 34 8
9
6 10 6.62 10 3 10
P
400 10



11
7
6 6.62 3 10
10
4


=

4
6 6.62 3
10
4


=
= 29.79 10
4
W
= 2.98 10
3
W
3 mW
26. (B) The rate of disintegration R is given by
R = R
0
e
t
where R
0
is the initial rate at t = 0
Now
t
0
R
e
R

=
i.e.,
0
R
n t
R
=
0 0
R R 1 2.303
n log
t R t R
= =
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Given R
0
= n, R = 0.75 n and t = 2 sec
2.303 n
log
2 0.75 n
=

1
1.152 log
0.75
| |
=
|
\


4
1.152 log
3
=
= 1.152 2 0.0624
mean life
1
=



1
1.152 2 0.0624
=


= 7 sec
27. (C) Refractive index
actual depth
apparent depth
=
apparent depth
actual depth
=



(d h) d
4 3
3 2

= +

3(d h) 2d
4 3

= +
Distance of the image from the man

3(d h) 2d
h
4 3

= + +

12h 9(d h) 8d
12
+ +
=

+ +
=
12h 9d 9h 8d
12


+ +
= =
3h 17d 3 4 17 12
12 12

= 1 + 17 = 18 cm
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28. (B) In the case of a thin lens, the distance of either foci from the optic centre is f.
Hence
1
u f x = + and
2
v f x = +
where x
2
is the distance of the image from the second focus.
2 1
1 1 1
f x (f x ) f
=
+ +

i.e.,
2 1
1 1 1
f x f x f
+ =
+ +

i.e.,
1 2
1 2
2f x x 1
(f x ) (f x ) f
+ +
=
+ +

i.e., (2f + x
1
+ x
2
) f = (f + x
1
) (f + x
2
)
2f
2
+ fx
1
+ fx
2
= f
2
+ x
1
f + x
2
f + x
1
x
2

f
2
= x
1
x
2

Let us consider the near end of the object which is at a distance a
1
from the
first focus.
Then a
1
a
2
= f
2
, where a
2
is the distance corresponding to the image of the near
end from the second focus.
Let b
1
be the distance of the farther end of the object from the first focus. Then
2
2
1
f
b
b
= , where b
2
is the distance of the image of the farther end from the
second focus.

2
2 2
1 1
1 1
b a f
b a
(
=
(



(
=
(

2 1 1
1 1
a b
f
a b

2 2
1 1
b a
Magnification
b a


=
2
1 1
f
a b

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SECTION II
29. (A), (B), (C), (D)
As the lens is thin and hollow, i.e., encloses air ( = 1)
power of the lens
L
L
1 1 1
P (1 1) 0
f R R
(
= = =
(



where R is the radius of curvature of the lens.
Since the silvered surface acts as a mirror, focal length of the mirror is
=
M
R
f
2

The power of the curved mirror is
M
M
1 2
P
f R
= =
Initially the system will behave as a concave mirror of focal length
R
2
| |
|
\
. Since
parallel beam is focussed at 0.2 m in front of it
u = and v = 0.2 m. So using the formula

1 1 1
v u f
+ = , we get
+ =

M
1 1 1
0.2 f

f
M
= 0.2 m
R = 2 f
M
= 0.4 m
When the lens is filled with water, power of the lens
L
L
1 4 1 1
P 1
f 3 0.4 0.4
( (
= =
( (




1
D
0.6
=
Hence total power P is given by
P = P
L
+ P
M
+ P
L

= 2P
L
+ P
M


1 2 5
2 8.33 D
0.6 0.4 0.6
(
= + = =
(


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Focal length of equivalent mirror = =
1 0.6
F
P 5
= 12 cm
Using the mirror formula, we have

1 1 1
v 12
=


v = 12 cm
Hence the image will be formed at a distance of 12 cm in front of the lens.
30. (A), (B), (C)
Let BN be drawn perpendicular to AP. At
the point P (x, 0) the path difference in
AN = x = AB sin = 3 sin
For minima, the permissible values are (as
1 < sin < 1)
3 5
3 sin , ,
2 2 2

=
or
1 1 5
sin , ,
6 2 6
=
From the right. angled triangle AOP,

2 2
OP x
sin
AP
x D
= =
+

Hence
D D 5D
x , ,
35 3 11

=
Hence the number of minima on +x axis is 3,
coordinates of the third minimum is
| |
+
|
\
5D
, 0
11

For point Q (0, y) on y-axis, path difference
BN = x = AB cos = 3 cos

A
B

O
y
x
P
(x
,
0
)
N

(0, D)
(3
,
D
)



A B

O
y
x
(0, y)
N
Q

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For maxima,
3 cos = 0, , 2, 3
1 2
cos 0, , , 1
3 3
=
Acceptable values of are

| | | |
| |
\ \
1 1
1 2
, cos , cos
2 3 3

Hence the number of maxima on y-axis is 3
31. (A), (B), (C)
(A) Parallax error when readings are not taken at eye-level.
(B)
2
1
d gt
2
=
Hence
2
2d
g
t
=

2
2 (0.904)
(0.43)

=
= 9.778
= 9.8 correct to one decimal place
Now
g d t
2
g d t

= +

0.1 0.01
g 2 (9.778)
90.4 0.43
(
= +
(

0.5 (to one significant figure)
(C) The random errors in the measurement of d and t could be reduced by
calculation of g with the aid of a graph.
32. (A), (B), (C), (D)
Velocity of electrons reaching the target is given by

2
1
eV mv
2
=

1
2 2eV
v
m
| |
=
|
\


1
19 5
2
31
2 1.6 10 10
9.1 10

| |

= |
|

\


| |
=
|
\
1
2
8
32
10
9.1
= 1.88 10
8
m/s
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Let n be the number of electrons reaching the target. Out of these 99.9%
produce heat.
The heat produced per second is 120 4.2 J
99.9
120 4.2 n eV
100
=

19 5
99.9
n 1.6 10 10
100

=

14
120 100 4.2
n
1.6 99.9 10

17
12 4.2
10
99.9 1.6

= 3.15 10
16
electrons
Current in the tube is 3.15 10
16
1.6 10
19
C/s
= 5.04 10
3
A
= 5.04 mA
5 mA
SECTION III
33. (2) Energy of the electron in any orbit of principal quantum number n is
n
2
13.6
E eV
n

=
For n = 1, E
1
= 13.6 eV
For n = 3,
3
13.6
E eV
9

=
Hence, E = (E
3
E
1
)
13.6
13.6
9
| |
=
|
\

= 12.11 eV
Mass equivalent corresponding to emission of 12.11 eV of energy due to
transition is given by
2
E
m
c

=
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19
8 2
12.11 1.6 10
(3 10 )


=



19
16
12.11 1.6 10
m
9 10


=

= 2.153 10
35

= n 10
35

n = 2
34. (2) When the electron is at a distance r from the proton, we have
2
2
0
1 e
mv
2 4 r
=

, where v is the velocity of the electron at distance r.



2 2
0
p e
2m 4 r
=



2 2
0
1 h e
2m 4 r
| |
=
|

\


2
= kr, where
2
0
2
2 h
k
me

=
kr =
=
1
2
k r
n = 2
35. (7) The parent nucleus is at rest. The emitted -particle carries energy with it. The
daughter nucleus recoils to conserve momentum. The energy released in the
reaction appears in the form of K.E. of -particle.

The energy released Q = K

+ K
Daughter


2 2
D D
1 1
Q M V M V
2 2

= + (1)
Since P

= P
D
, M

= M
D
V
D

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From (1), we get
2 2
D
D
P P
Q
2M 2M

= +

2
D
P 1 1
2 M M

(
= +
(

( P

= P
D
= P)

2
D
D
M M P
2M M

( +
=
(



D
D
M M
K
M

( +
=
(



222 4
5.3
222
+ | |
=
|
\

= 5.4 MeV = 0.54 10
7
eV
n = 7
36. (2) For any angle of incidence 0 i
1
< 90, the incident ray must emerge from the
prism. For the incident ray to emerge from the second refracting surface, angle
of refraction r
2
c and consequently i
2
= 90

1
sin c
= (1)
Maximum value of i
1
= 90. Hence using the
formula A = r
1
+ r
2
, we have r
2
= A r
1
. But r
1
= c,
when i
1
90
A = 2c
or
A
c
2
= (2)
Using (2) in (1), we have

1
A
sin
2
=

1
i
2
i
1
r
2
r

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2
2
1
A
sin
2
=
=
2
A
cosec
2

= +
2
A
1 cot
2


2
A
1 cot
2
= +

1
2
2
A
1 cot
2
(
= +
(



1
n
n
A
1 cot
n
(
= +
(

(given)
n = 2
37. (3) We have
2 19
1
KE mv 0.0327 1.6 10
2

= =

19
2
27
2 0.0327 1.6 10
v
1.675 10


= 625 10
4

v = 25 10
2

= 2500 m/s.
The time taken by the neutron to travel a distance of 10 m is

3
10
t 4 10 s
2500

= =
The fraction decayed is
6
N
3.96 10
N

=
But
N
t
N

= ,
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3.96 10
6
= t

1
t =

6
t
3.96 10

= =
3
6 3
4 10 4
10 10
3.96 3.96

= 1.01 10
3
s
38. (7) Path difference is BS
2
AS
1

i.e., = d sin d sin
For I order maximum
= d sin d sin =
i.e., sin sin
d

= +

0.2
sin 30
1
= +
= 0.5 + 0.2 = 0.7
From the triangle POC,
PC
tan
OC
=

y
D
=
y = D tan

7
D m
51
=

n
D
7n 2
=
+

Hence n = 7

1
S
O
C

D
y
B
2
S

P
A

51
10

7

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SECTION IV
39. (A) (p), (t); (B) (q), (s); (C) (p), (s); (D) (p), (r)
(A) For a convex spherical mirror, f is always +ve.
We have
1 1 1
v u f
+ =
When object is real,
1 1 1
v u f
= ( u is ve)

fu
v
f u
=
+


v
1
u
<
Since v is + ve, the image is virtual.
(B)
1 1 1
v f u
= (Here u is + ve)
fu
v
u f
=


If u < f, v is ve and consequently v is real; magnification
v f
m 1
u f u
= = >


(C)
fu
v
u f
=


If u > f, v is + ve and hence image is virtual.
Further
v f
m 1
u u f
= = >


(D) R the mirror becomes a plane mirror and hence u = v. Consequently m = 1
and image is virtual.
40. (A) (p), (r); (B) (q), (s), (t); (C) (p), (r); (D) (s), (t)
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SECTION I
41. (A) True if they are coplanar, (i.e.,)
1 1 1
4 3 4 0
1
=


True if = 1 and any other number (can be 1)
42. (D) Let
1 2 3
a a i a j a k = + + , Then
3 2
a i a j a k =
( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( )
2 2 2 2 2 2
3 2 1 3 2 1
a i a j a k a j a k a k a i a i a j + + = + +

( )
2
2 2 2
1 2 3
2 a a a 2 a = + + =
43. (A) A vector perpendicular to a and coplanar with b and c is
( )
a b c
Here it is (i j k) (i j 2k) (i 2j k) 4j 4k + + + + + + = +
Required unit vector
j k
2
+
=
44. (B) If is the angle between a line and a plane, 90 is the angle between the line
and normal to the plane
( )
( )
1, 2, 2 2, 1,
cos (90 )
3 5

=
+

1 2 2 2
3
3 5
+
=
+
.
This 5 + = 4
5
3
=
45. (B) Let , , be the angles that the line PQ makes with x, y, z axes.
Projection of PQ on the XOY plane = d sin = d
1

( )
2 2 2 2 2 2 2
1 2 3
d d d d sin sin sin + + = + +

( )
2 2 2 2 2
d 3 cos cos cos 2d
(
= + + =
(


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46. (B)
1 1 1
L : r a b = + and
2 2 2
L : r a b = +
1 2 b b ( 1, 1, 1) =
( )
2 1
1
2
2 1
b b ( 1, 1, 1) 1
d a a (0, 0, 1)
3 3 b b

= = =


47. (B) S = {0, 2, 3, 4, 5} n(S) = 4 4 3 2 = 96
If it ends in 3, the other three places can be filled by 0, 2, 4, 5 in 3 3 2 ways
2 (3 3 2) 3
p
96 8

= =
48. (C) First select 4 out of 13. They can be selected and arranged in
13 13
4 4
C 4 P =
ways. These four along with A and B can be treated as one unit and with 9
others can be arranged in a circle in 9 ways. Finally the positions of A and B
are interchangeable.
13
4
2 P 9 1
p
14 7

= =
SECTION II
49. (B), (C)
( ) ( )
40 60 25 10
P(B) ; P(G) ; P M B ; P M G
100 100 100 100
= = = =
By Bayes theorem, ( )
( )
( ) ( )
P M G P(G)
P G M
P M G P(G) P M B P(B)
=
+


10 60
3
100 100
10 60 25 40
8
100 100 100 100

= =
+

Similarly ( )
5
P B M
8
=
50. (A), (B)
If E
1
and E
2
are independent, then E
1
and
2
E are independent,
1
E and
2
E are
independent.
( ) ( )
1 2 1
P E E P E = and ( ) ( )
2 1 1
P E E P E = and ( ) ( )
1 1
P E P E 1 + =
Also P(E
1
E
2
) = P(E
1
) + P(E
2
) P(E
1
E
2
)
= P(E
1
) + P(E
2
) P(E
1
) P(E
2
)
= 1 {1 P(E
1
)} {1 P(E
2
)} ( ) ( )
2 1
1 P E P E =
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51. (A), (B)
Let c xi yj ; a 5i 12j = + = + and b 12i 5j =
Then c a 4 = and c b 7 = .
Hence
5x 12y
4
13
+
= and
12x 5y
7
13

=
Solving x = 8 and y = 1
c 8i j = +
Evidently c can also be 8i j
52. (A), (B), (C)

,

are unit vectors mutually at right angles and can be considered as
i, j, k . Hence xi yj zk = + + .
Since is equally inclined to

(i) and

( j), x y =
(xi yj zk) (xi yj zk) = + + + + and is a unit vector
1 =
2
= x
2
+ y
2
+ z
2

1 = 2x
2
+ z
2
and 1 = 2y
2
+ z
2

SECTION III
53. (1) Vector area of
( )
1 1
ABC AB AC (3j 3k) (i k)
2 2
= = +

1
(3i 3j 3k)
2
=
Area of
3 3
ABC
2
= ; length of BC = i 3j 4k 26 + =
1 3 3
AD BC
2 2
=
3 3 27
AD
26
26
= = .
Hence
27
[ ] 1
26
= =
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54. (7)
( ) { } { } ( ) ( )
a b c b c 2 a b a b a c b c 2 a b + + = + +
a b c b a b c c 2 a b c a
( ( (
= + +



( )
a b c b c 2a
(
= + +


Hence the given box product
( ) ( )
a b c b c 2a c a 3 b c
(
= + + +



( )
2
a b c b c a 6 a b c 7 a b c
( ( ( (
= + =


Hence p = 7
55. (1)
1
x b y z d
L :
a 1 c

= =

and
2
x b y z d
L :
a 1 c

= =


L
1
is perpendicular to L
2
if aa + 1 cc = 0 or aa + cc = 1
56. (7) Equation of the plane is 6x + 3y 2z = 6
Or
6 3 2 6
x y z
7 7 7 7
+ + =
2
cos
7
=
|2 sec | = 7
57. (4) Probability of success in all five trials = p
5

5
31
1 p
32
=
5
5
1 1
p
32 2
| |
= =
|
\

1
p
2
= and 8p = 4
58. (3) n(S) = 12; P(A B) = P(A) P(B)
Since A and B are independent events
n(A B) n(A) n(B)
12 12 12

=
4 n(B) = 12 n(A B)
Least value of n (B) corresponds to the least value of n (A B) which is 1
n(B) = 3
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SECTION IV
59. (A) (s); (B) (t); (C) (r); (D) (q)
(A)
( ) ( )
1
a b a b
4
=
1
a b
2
=
1
(1) (1) sin
2
=
6

=
(B)

( )

( )

1 1
a c b a b c b c
2 2
= +



1
a b
2
=
1
cos
2

=
angle between

a and

3
b
4

=
(C)
( )
2
2
c
a b c a b + = + =
2 2 2
a b 2 a b c + + =
30 cos = 49 9 25
1
cos
2
=
3

=
(D)
( ) ( )
a b c d 0 a b = is parallel to c d
normals to planes P
1
and P
2
are parallel
angle between planes P
1
and P
2
is zero.
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60. (A) (s); (B) (r); (C) (p); (D) (q)
(A)
( )
r a n 0 =
{(x 2)i (y 3) j (z 1)k} (3i 4j 7k) 0 + + + + + =
(i.e.,) 3x + 4y + 7z = 11
(B) 3x + 4y + 7z = 3(1) + 4(2) + 7(3)
or 3x+ 4y + 7z = 32
(C) Any plane through the line is
{5(x 3) (y 6)} + {4(y 6) 5(z 4)} = 0
(3, 2, 0) should satisfy it, = 1
Equation of the plane is x y + z = 1
(D)
x 1 y 2 z 3
2 3 4 0
3 4 5

=
(i.e.,) 1(x 1) + 2(y 2) 1(z 3) = 0
(i.e.,) x 2y + z = 0