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ANSWERS, HINTS & SOLUTIONS
FULL TEST-I (MAIN)


ANSWERS KEY
PHYSICS CHEMISTRY MATHEMATICS
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17. B B C
18. A D C
19. B C C
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21. D D A
22. A C C
23. C D C
24. C C B
25. D A A
26. B B C
27. B C C
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P Ph hy ys si ic cs s PART I


SECTION A
1. Because X
C
=
1 1
C 2 fC
=


fX
C
=
1
k
2 C
=

(say).


2. Use the definition of C.M. :

i i
cm
i
mx
x
m



3. Resistor always consumes energy


4. Series combination

0 0
1 1 1
C 4 a 4 b
= +


0
1 1 1 1
C 4 a a b
| |
= +
|

\ .


0 0
4 ab 4
C
1 1
a b
a b

= =
+
+


5. V
2
V
1
= V
2
V
3

E
1

1
= E
2

2


6. Current at time t = 0, i
1
= /R
Current at time t = , i
2
=
18R
3R
R
9

=
+

i
1
: i
2
= 3 : 1.


7. From the F.B.D. of the body
a =
1
1 1
V g V g kh
1 g
V
| |
=
|

\ .
= kh

1
dv kh
v 1 g
dh
| |
=
|

\ .


2
2
1
v k
h h g
2 2
| |
=
|

\ .

V g
V
1
g
v = 0 at h =
1
2
k


also a = 0 h =
1
k

is the mean position.


amplitude =
1
k



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9. Calculate the field due to a semi-circular ring and then use superposition principle.

10. Total mechanical energy = K.E. of satellite + P.E. of satellite.

11. In the diagram since adiabatic process curve for P-V diagram is
steeper than isothermal P-V curve. So curve 3 will denote
adiabatic process, curve 2 isothermal and curve 1 isobaric. i.e. the
minimum area enclosed with v-axis will be for adiabatic process
P
V
1
2
3

12. a = (dv/dt)
kv
2
= (dv/dt),
v = v
0
/(1 + kv
0
t)


13.
2
R
| v |
a
R
=



16. The energy level diagram of the atom is shown in the
figure. It is clear that

K K L
E E E

= +
or,
K K L

= +
or,
K K L
1 1 1

= +


K

E
K
E
L
E
M
K



17. Using the equations of momentum and energy conservation,

2 2
0
1
h h m(v' v )
2
= +

h
mv mv'
c

= +
Putting the result of calculating v from the second equation into the first, we get,

2
2
0
1 h
h h mv (mv)
2m c
(
| |
= + + (
|
\ . (



v
h h .
c
+ or,
0
v
1
c
| |

|
\ .
.

18. lens is concave with | f | = 4

19. v = (2/3)

22.
m
dm (Rd )
2 R
| |
=
|

\ .
md
2

=


or,
0 0
V 2V cos 2V sin
2

= =

2 2
0
1
dK (dm) 4V sin
2 2

=
or,
2
0
mV
dK (1 cos )d
2
=

2V cos
0


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2 2 2
0 0 0
2
AOB
2
mV mV mV
K (1 cos )d
2 2

= =

.

23.
R
d
2Tsin dma
2

=


2
0
dmR =
Mass per unit length = mass/length

m
dm d
2
=



dl
d

By equation (A)
2
0
d
2Tsin dmR
2

=

2
0
mR d d
T sin
2 2 2

= =
`

)


26.
T
V gx = =



g
acc
2
=

2
1
s at
2
=

2.45
t 2 1
9.8
= = s.

27.
s
s
V C
n' n n 1
C V C
| |
| |
= = +
|
|

\ .
\ .

V
a
= 1.87 10
3
km/m (along line of sight).


28. W
agent
= K + U (Since K = 0)
Hence W
agent
= U = mgH

29.
0
/ 2
agent F 0
0
W W F dr

= =





0
0
F
F
W
2

=



By conservation of mechanical energy

2 0
1
F 1
mv mg
2 2

= +


( )
1 0
v F 2mg
m
=



30. If R is rate of heating
Q = ms()
Rt = ms()
R
t
ms
| |
=
|
\ .

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Slope of -t curve =
R
tan
ms
=

R
s
m slope of t curve
=



A
R
S
m 3
= ,
B
R
S
m 1
=

and
C
R R
S
m 1
3m
3
| |
= =
|
| | \ .
|
\ .


B C
S S S = >
A

C Ch he em mi is st tr ry y PART II


SECTION A

1. Trans compound + syn addition gives racemic mixture.

2. In reversible adiabatic process
V
5
C R
2
=
C
P
C
V
= R
C
P
= R + C
V

5
R R
2
= +
7
R
2
=
P
V
C
C
=
7 / 2R
5 / 2R
=
7
5
=
1
TV constant

=
1
2
1 2
1
V
T T
V

| |
=
|
\ .

( )
7/ 5 1
1 2
T T 2

=
( )
2/ 5
1 2
T T 2 =
1
2 2/ 5 2/5
T 298
T
2 2
= =
= 225.75
P
H C T =
7
8.314 72.25
2
=
2102.4 J =

3. | | ( )
3
5
6
FeF Fe III 3d

high spin complex


sp
3
d
2

No. of unpaired e

= 5
| | ( )
3
3
5
6
sp
FeF Fe III 3d

high spin complex


Number of unpaired e

= 5

4.
3
H O
+

O O O
Me
2 5
C H MgBr
COOH
H
5
C
2
Me
OH
H
5
C
2

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5.
3
Li in liquid
NH

NO
2
NO
2
( ) Birch reduction
3
O
reduction

O
NO
2
O
H H
+
H
O
H
O


6.
Me
Me
Me Me
Me
2 2 7
K Cr O /H
+

C
C
Me Me
Me
O
O
O
H
OH
2
H O

( ) B Me
O
Me
Me
O
O
( ) C


7. Phenol does not react with NaHCO
3
.

8.
HI
2 3
glycodic acid acetic acid
HOOC CH OH HOOC CH

9. (i) Alkyl halides are more polar than their corresponding alkanes. So their boiling points are
more.
(ii) Correct order of solubility is CH
3
OH > C
2
H
5
OH > C
6
H
5
OH
(iii) C
6
H
5
NH
2
is less basic than NH
3
because in C
6
H
5
NH
2
, lone pair of N are involved in
resonance with benzene ring which decreases the basicity.

10. For nucleophilic substitution there should be partial +ve or +ve charge on carbon. So more the
+ve charge carbon easier the nucleophilic substitution.
In (II), (III) and (IV) compound carbon is attached to e

withdrawing group. So nu

substitution is
possible.

11. Skin contains proteins when protein reacts with HNO
3
it give yellow colour.

12. Vapour pressure depends on nature of the liquid and temperature.
Viscosity and surface tension decrease with increase in temperature.
Addition of detergent (surface active solutes) lowers the surface tension.

13.
dry
distillation

C
C
O
O
O
O
Ba
O
HI P +


14.
rms 3
3RT 3 8.314 298
V
M 4 10


= =


= 1360 ms
-1


34
23
3
h 6.626 10
6.023 10
mv 4 10 1360


= =

= 7.34 10
-11
m
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15. Entropy depends on pressure, volume and temperature also.

16. H
2
does not form hydrogen bonding and it is nonpolar in nature. So dipole forces are responsible
for liquefication of H
2
.

18. ( )
3
4 2 3
6
K Fe CN Fe CO NO

+
( + +



4
2 2 3 4 5
3
2 3
6
4K Fe CN Fe CO NO

+ + + +
+ +
(
| |
+ + +
| (
\ .

1e less

12e less

48e less


Per molecule change in e

= 48 + 12 + 1= 61
n-factor = 61.

19. Two Ag
+
ions are replaced by one Cd
2+
ion to maintain electrical neutrality, it means there are
cation vacancies.

20.
4
2 2
SnO 4HCl Sn 4H O
+
+ +
Sn
+4
ions are preferentially adsorbed by SnO
2
particles.

21. ( )
4 4 2 2 7 2 3
2Mg NH PO Mg P O H O 2NH

+ +

23. Group (V) test
( )
3 3 3 2 2
2
CaCO 2CH COOH CH COO Ca CO H O + + +
( ) ( )
( )
3 4 2 4 2 4 3 4
2 2
White
CH COO Ca NH C O CaC O 2CH COONH + +

24.
( ) ( )
( )( ) ( )( )
Diastereomers
RCOOH R OH
RCOOR RCOOR
+

+ +




25. H
2
F
2
is more stable due to strong H F bond, so it does not ionize easily in aq. solution as
compare to other one.
27.
4
4HIO
HCHO 3HCOOH + +
COOH
CH
2
OH
H OH
O H H
H OH
H OH
O
C
COOH
H

28. O. N. of Cr in all the species is +6. Configuration of Cr(VI) is (Ar)3d
o
, so no d-d transition.

29. Lactose is a reducing sugar
Methyl -D-glucopyranoside is a non reducing sugar.

30. Frequency
3 2
2
1 2 r n n Z
T r , V
T V Z n Z
(
= =
(


Frequency
3
1
n

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M Ma at th he em ma at ti ic cs s PART III


SECTION A



1. Clearly sin A + 2 sin 2B + 3 sin 3C = 4

2
2 2 2
4
sin A sin 2B sin 3C
14
+ +

2. We have A
2
= (AB)A = A(BA) = AB = A
Similarly B
2
= B: (A + B)
2
= A
2
+ B
2
+ AB + BA = A + B + A + B = 2 (A + B)
|A + B|
2
= 8|A + B| |A + B| = 8 and (A B)
2
= A
2
+ B
2
AB BA = A + B A B = O
|A B| = 0

3. For n > 1, 2
n
is a multiple of 4
Let 2
n
= 4k;
Digit at units place in 2
4
is 6 and the digit at units place in positive integral power of 6 is 6.
The digit at units place in 5!, 6! .. 20! is zero and also 0! + 1! + 2! + 3! + 4! = 34
Digit at units place = 6 + 4 = 10
0

4. On solving we have
( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) + + +
2 2 2 2
1 3 2 4 2 3 1 4
x x x x y y y y 0
=
1 3
x x , =
2 4
x x , =
2 3
y y and =
1 4
y y

+ +
=
3 4 1 2
x x x x
2 2
and
+ +
=
4 3 1 2
y y y y
2 2


A(x
1
, y
1
) C(x
3
, y
3
)
D(x
4
, y
4
) B(x
2
, y
2
)
Hence AB and CD bisect each other
Also we have AB
2
= CD
2

AB = CD

5. Since origin is centre of given circle and in an equilateral triangle centroid and circumcentre are
same point

( ) ( )
= =
i i
a a
cos sin 0
3 3


6. On solving we have = +
y
logx log(a bx)
x

=
+
2
dy
x y
1 b
dx
x a bx
x

=
+
dy ax
x y
dx a bx

( )
( )
+
+ =
+
2
2 2
d y dy dy a a bx abx
x
dx dx
dx
a bx


( )
| |
= =
|
\ .
+
2
2 2 2
3
2 2
d y a x dy
x x y
dx
dx
a bx




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7. Slope of the line =
(
= =
(

b sin60 sin30 b 1
a cos60 cos30 a 2
a = 2b
Homogenizing the ellipse with x + 2y + 4 = 0, we get

+ | |
+ =
|
\ .
2
2 2
2 2
x y x 2y
4
4b b

Again coefficient of x
2
+ coefficient of y
2
= 0
+ =
2 2
1 1 1 4
0
16 16
4b b
b
2
= 4 b = 2 and a = 4

8. Given
( ) ( )
( )( )
+ + + + + + +
= = =

+ + + + + +
2 2
2 2 2
4 2 2 2 2
c 1 x x 1 x x 1 x x 1
c 1
x x 1 x x 1 x x 1 x x 1


+
= = +
2
x 1 1
c x
x x
=
( ) ( )
| | | |
+
| |
\ . \ .
1
f f x f f
x


( ) ( )
( )
( )
(

+
= = =
(

+
(
+
(
+
1 x
1
1 f x
1 x
f f x x
1 x
1 f x
1
1 x


9. Let W = {CAT, TOY, YOU, ..........}
Clearly, R is reflexive and symmetric but not transitive
Since CAT R TOY, TOY R YOU CAT R YOU

10. As tan = 2 and tan = 2
( )
( ) sin
2
cos cos
+
+ =

and ( )
( ) sin
2
cos cos

=


Now ( ) ( )
1
1
cos x cos x dx

( +

=
( ) ( ) sin sin
0
+
=
+


11. Number of oneone onto mapping having exactly 3 elements having self image =
5
3
c 1 10 =
Number of oneone onto mapping having exactly 5 elements having self image = 1
Required number = 10 + 1 = 11

12. As f(x)g(x) = 2 ..... (a) f(x)g(x) + f(x)g(x) = 0 .. (1)
f "(x)g(x) 2f '(x)g'(x) f(x)g"(x) 0 + + =

f "(x)g(x) 2f '(x) g"(x)
0
f(x)g'(x) f(x) g'(x)
+ + = (Dividing throughout by f(x) g(x))

f "(x) g"(x) 2f '(x)
f '(x) g'(x) f(x)
= (Replacing
g(x) 1
f(x)g'(x) f '(x)
= from (1))

2f '(x)
0
f(x)
= has no real roots such f(x) 0 for any x (from (a))

13. Clearly point of intersection of normals is (2, 1) and as sum of slopes is zero
m
1
+ m
2
+ m
3
= 0
+ + =
3
2
1 m 0
3

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=
3
1
m
3

equation is
( )
=
1
y 1 x 2
3

x + 3y = 5

14. We must have x
2
+ x 6 0 and
(
+ >
(

1
x 0
2
,
(
+
(

1
x 1
2

x 3, 2 and
(
+
(

1
x 2
2

+
1
x 2
2


3
x
2


|

|
.
3
x , 2 (2, )
2


15. Clearly length of sub tangent = =
dx
y A
dy

Length of ordinate = |y| = B
Length of subnormal = =
dy
y C
dx

=
2
B AC
A, B, C are in GP

16. On solving, we get (p q)
2
+ (p 1)
2
+ (q 1)
2
= 0
p, q = 1
Putting he values of p and q, = 0 as elements are in AP

17. We know that if

=
i
i
x A
d
h
then
x d
h =
In this case
+
=

i
i
3
x
2
2x 3
1
2

So, =
1
h
2

Then = = =
d n
1
2 3.5 7
h


18. We have, z = 0 for the point where the line intersects the curve

x 2 y 1 0 1
3 2 1
+
= =


x = 5 and y = 1
Putting these values in xy = c
2

5 = c
2
c = 5

19. We have for n = 1, S
1
= T
1

( )( )
1 1 1
T 1 2T 1 T = +
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1
1
T
2
=

2
1
2T 1 =

20. The symbolic form of given statement is p q

21. Let the middle point of chord be (h, k)
equation of chord is T = S
1

3xh 2yk + 2(x + h) 3(y + k) = 3h
2
2k
2
+ 4h 6k
Slope of this chord =
3h 2
2
2k 3
+
=
+
(given)
3h 4k = 4
Locus is 3x 4y = 4

22. As
2 2
1 2 1 2
z z z z + =

1 2 1 2
z z z z 0 + =

1 1
2 2
z z
z z
| |
=
|
\ .

1
2
z
z
is purely imaginary

A
(z
1
)
B
(z
2
)
O
90

1
2
z
arg
z 2
| |
=
|
\ .

AOB is right angle at O
Mid point of AB i.e.
1 2
z z
2
+
is circumcentre.

23. We have
1 1
c b
tan tan
a b a c

( (
+
( (
+ +
=
2 2
1 1
2
c b
ac c ab b
a b a c
tan tan
c b
a ac ab bc bc
1
a b a c

(
+
( (
+ + +
+ +
=
( (
| || | + + +
(

| |
( + + \ .\ .

=
2
1
2
a ac ab
tan
a ac ab

(
+ +
(
+ +

| |
2 2 2
a b c = + =
4



24. For real a

2
4sin x 4 0 sin x = 1 a = 1

25. Given integral =
1/ 4
3
4
1
1
x
dx
x
| |

|
\ .


Putting
4
3
1
1 t
x
| |
=
|
\ .


4
4
I t dt
3
=

=
5 / 4
3
4 1
1 c
15
x
(
+
(



26. In a triangle, tan x + tan y + tan z = tan x tan y tan z
6 = 2 tan z

1
z n tan 3

= + ; n I

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27. For 0 < x < a
x
0
a
(
=
(



3
3
2
x a
x a
lim 0 a
a a

(
= = (



28. Required probability =
( )( )
20 20
1 1
40
2
c c one odd one even 20
Total 39
c

= =

29. Area =
( )
2 2
2
1 1
1
2 xdx x 2x 2 dx
3
+ =

square
(1, 1)
(1, 0)
(2, 2)
y = x
(2, 0)

30. We have area of
51 51 51 51
ABC 15 17 19
2 2 2 2
| || || |
=
| | |
\ .\ .\ .

ABD + ACD =
51 51 51 51
15 17 19
2 2 2 2
| || || |

| | |
\ .\ .\ .


1 1 51 91
15r 17 r
2 2 4
+ =
51 91
r
64
=