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FULL SYLLABUS TEST (FST)XI
TARGET : JEE (ADVANCED)2013 COURSE : REVISION CLASSES
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PART I  PHYSICS
SECTION  I
Straight Objective Type
This section contains 13 multiple choice questions. Each question has choices (A), (B), (C), and (D)
out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
1. When a gas is compressed adiabatically by moving a piston down, the temperature of the gas increases. At
the microscopic level, the average kinetic energy of the molecule increase. This increase in kinetic energy
occurs due to :
(A) Collision of gas molecules with entire walls
(B) Collision of gas molecules with moving piston
(C) The decrease in contact area
(D) Because of elastic nature of collisions
2. A rigid container has a hole in its wall. When the container is evacuated, its weight is 100 gm. When some
air is filled in it at 27C, its weight becomes 200 gm. Now the temperature of air inside is increased by AT, the
weight becomes 150 gm. AT should be :
(A) 27 C (B)
4
27
C (C) 300C (D) 327C
3. A wire AB of length 1m, has a sliding support at one end A and fixed
support at end B. This wire is vibrated by a tuning fork of frequency 100 Hz
due to which the wire AB vibrates in its fundamental tone. The particle at
point A is vibrating with an amplitude of 10 mm and at t = 0, the photo graph
of the wire is as shown in the figure below. (all the particles are at mean
position at t = 0)
The transverse displacement of the particles as a function of x and t will be :
(A) y (x, t) = (10 mm) sin

.

\
 t
x
2
cos (200 tt) (B) y (x, t) = (10 mm) sin

.

\
 t
x
2
sin (200 tt)
(C) y (x, t) = (10 mm) cos

.

\
 t
x
2
sin (200 tt) (D) y (x, t) = (10 mm) cos

.

\
 t
x
2
cos (200 tt)
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4. Two particle A and B are initially at a distance x. Initial velocity of particles A and B are 10 m/s and 25 m/s
respectively in the direction shown in figure and their constant accelerations are 1 m/s
2
and 2 m/s
2
respectively
in the direction shown in figure. What should be the minimum value of x, so that these particle can just avoid
collision:
(A)
2
125
m (B)
2
75
m (C)
4
75
m (D)
4
125
m
5. Four Students perform resonance tube experiment. The first, second and the third resonant length observed
are respectively
1
,
2
and
3
. Whose readings are most appropriate.
(A)
1
= 20 cm,
2
= 58 cm,
3
= 98 cm (B)
1
= 20 cm,
2
= 58 cm,
3
= 96 cm
(C)
1
= 20 cm,
2
= 62 cm,
3
= 104 cm (D)
1
= 20 cm,
2
= 60 cm,
3
= 100 cm
6. In a cylindrical container, open to the atmosphere from the top, a liquid is filled upto 10 m depth. Density of
the liquid varies with depth from the surface as (h) = 100 + 6h
2
where h is in meter and is in kg/m
3
.The
pressure at the bottom of the container will be : (atmospheric pressure = 10
5
Pa, g = 10 m/sec
2
)
(A) 1.7 10
5
Pa (B) 1.4 10
5
Pa (C) 1.6 10
5
Pa (D) 1.3 10
5
Pa
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7. For a cyclic process, pressure (P) V/s volume (V) graph is as shown in the figure. Here for process B to C,
P
V
1
. The correct graph of root mean square speed (C
rms
) V/s density () is :
(A) (B) (C) (D)
8. A canon of mass 1 kg (including the bullet) is connected
with a spring of a spring constant k = 100 N/m, and is
performing SHM with an amplitude of 1 m. When the
cannon reaches x =
2
3
m from the equilibrium, moving
along +xdirection, a bullet of
2
1
kg is suddenly fired from
it with a velocity of 20 m/s relative to the ground. What
will be the new amplitude of the cannon ?
(A)
2
3
(B)
2
5
(C)
2
7
(D)
2
11
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9. A uniform solid cylinder is given a linear velocity and angular velocity, so
that it rolls without sliding up the incline. Out of the four points A,B,C and
centre of mass, about which point its angular momentum will be conserved?
(A and C are taken at appropriate distance)
(A) Point A (B) Point B
(C) Point C (D) Centre of mass
10. On a horizontal disc, a block of mass 1kg is placed at a distance 3cm from the centre of the disc. The
contact surface between the disc and the block is rough having
s
= 1/2.
.
Now the disc is rotated with a
constant angular velocity of 10 rad/sec about its own axis The contact force applied by the disc on the block
is :
(A)
109
N (B)
125
N (C) 3 N (D) 10 N
11. Two identical spheres, touching each other, are placed on a rough horizontal surface of static friction
coefficient
s
as shown in figure . An another identical sphere of same mass and same radius is also placed
on the spheres symmetrically. The contact surface between sphere C, with other spheres is smooth. What
should be the minimum value of
s ,
so that the system can stay in equilibrium.
(A)
3 2
1
(B)
3 3
1
(C)
3
1
(D)
2 2
1
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12. A man squatting (sitting) on a weighing machine, gradually stands up and then becomes stationary. the
reading of weighing machine during this process will be :
(A) constant and equal to mg in magnitude
(B) constant and greater than mg in magnitude
(C) variable but always greater than mg
(D) Initially greater than mg, then less than mg, and then becomes constant equal to mg.
13. In a container, 1 gm 0C ice is covered by a very light piston which is in the contact with atmosphere from
above. Now it is slowly heated. How much heat is required to convert it into 190C superheated steam ?
Assume the steam to be an ideal gas. L
f
for ice = 80 cal/gm, L
v
for water = 540 cal/gm, S
water
= 1 cal/gmC
and for the steam = 4/3, R = 2 cal/mol.K
(A) 755 cal (B) 760 cal (C) 765 cal (D) 770 cal
SECTION  II
Multiple Correct Answers Type
This section contains 5 multiple correct answer(s) type questions. Each question has 4 choices (A),
(B), (C) and (D), out of which ONE OR MORE is/are correct.
14. Velocity of particle varies with time as v = t
2
5t + 6. The motion of the particle will be :
(A) Accelerating for t e (2, 2.5)
(B) Retarding for t e (2, 2.5)
(C) Accelerating for t e (2.5, 3)
(D) Retarding for t e (2.5, 3)
15. On a triangular wedge a block is placed. The contact surface between them is rough having friction
coefficient
s
=
3
1
. With how much acceleration should we accelerate the wedge, so that neither static nor
kinetic friction acts on the block.
(A) g tan u i
) (C) 2g cot u j
(D) (g secu) ( j
)
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16. A wedge of mass m, having a smooth semi circular part of radius R is resting on smooth horizontal surface.
Now a particle of mass m/2 is released from the top point of the semicircular part. Then :
(A) The maximum displacement of the wedge will be R
(B) The maximum displacement of the wedge will be
3
R 2
(C) The wedge will perform simple harmonic motion of amplitude R
(D) The wedge will perform oscillatory motion of amplitude
3
R
17. A horizontal cylinder is fixed, its inner surface is smooth and its radius is
R. A small block is initially at the lowest point. the minimum velocity that
should by given to the block at the lowest point, so that it can just cross
the point P is u then
(A) If the block moves anti clockwise then u= gR 5 . 3
(B) If the block moves anti clockwise then u= gR 3
(C) If the block moves clockwise then u= gR 5 . 3
(D) If the block moves clockwise then u= gR 5
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18. A Uniform verticle rod of mass m and length 2 is hinged at its highest point and is initially at rest. A small
pendulum of mass m and string length , is also suspended from the same point. Initially it is at an angle 60
with vertical and then it is released. The pendulum strikes the rod, just after collision, the pendulum comes
to rest, the angular speed of the rod becomes e and coefficient of restitution of this collision is e then
(A) e =
g
4
3
(B) e =
g
3
2
(C) e =
3
2
(D) e =
4
3
SECTION  III
Comprehension Type
This section contains 3 paragraphs. Based upon each paragraph, 2 multiple choice questions have to
be answered. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
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Paragraph for Question Nos. 19 to 20
Buckling of a column
Suppose a rod fixed at both the ends, is subjected to a compressive force. When the compressive force is
too much, the rod may fail due to lateral deflection which is called buckling.
According to Eulers formula, if the compressive force F exceed the critical load F
Cr
=
2
4 3
L
Yr t
, the rod starts
buckling. Here Y = youngs modulus, r = cross section radius of the rod and L = length fo the rod. Thus short,
fat and stiff column has a very low tendency to buckle. While long and thin column has a very high tendency
to buckle.
19. An elastic rod is just fit between the walls. Now the temperature of the rod is increased by AT. What should
be the minimum value of AT, so that the rod starts buckle ? (linear expansion coefficient of the rod is o)
(A) AT =
2
2 2
L
r
o
t
(B) AT =
2
2 3
r
L
o
t
(C) AT =
L
2
o
t
(D) AT =
r
L
2
o
t
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20. An isolated part of a bridge of mass m is supported by two identical columns
each of length , crosssectional radius r and young's modulus Y. What
should be the minimum crosssection radius r, so that the beam bearing
more load, can escape from buckling ?
(A)
4 / 1
3
2
Y
mg


.

\

t
(B)
4 / 1
3
2
Y 3
mg 2


.

\

t
L/2 L/4
cm
(C)
4 / 1
3
2
Y 3
mg


.

\

t
(D)
4 / 1
3
2
Y 2
mg 3


.

\

t
Paragraph for Question Nos. 21 to 22
In a ventury meter tube of cross section area A, water (
w
= 10
3
kg/m
3
) is flowing steadily. In between the tube, a narrow section
is made whose cross section area is
2
A
. To measure the
pressure difference at both the sections, two provisions are used.
1st provision: Two vertical tube are fitted above the sections. To
measure the difference in water level, both the air column are
vibrated by a tuning fork of frequency 160 Hz. The air column of
first tube vibrates in fundamental tone and the air column of the
second tube vibrates in first overtone.
IInd provision: Now a Utube is arranged between the two
sections as shown in the figure, in which a heavy liquid (
= 11
10
3
kg/m
3
) is used and the difference in its level is Ah. (Speed of
sound in air = 320 m/sec, neglect end correction)
21. Velocity of water flowing in the ventury tube of cross section A is :
(A)
3
10
m/sec. (B)
3
20
m/sec (C)
3
40
m/sec. (D)
3
50
m/sec.
22. The difference in the liquid level in the Utube is :
(A) Ah = 10 cm (B) Ah = 20 cm (C) Ah = 30 cm (D) Ah = 40 cm
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Paragraph for Question Nos. 23 to 24
An elastic ball is released from a height of 1m above the ground as shown in figure. It falls freely for a distance
of y, and then strikes a smooth fixed incline plane of angle 45. Due to an elastic collision, the ball bounces
horizontally and then performs projectile motion, it reaches the ground at a horizontal distance 'R'.
23. The horizontal distance (R) at which the ball strikes the ground is :
(A) ) y 1 ( y 2 (B) ) y 1 ( y 2 (C) ) y 2 ( y (D)
2
) y 2 ( y
24. The value of y, so that the range R becomes maximum is :
(A) y =
2
1
(B) y =
3
1
(C) y =
4
1
(D) y =
4
3
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PART II  CHEMISTRY
Atomic masses : [H = 1, D = 2, Li = 7, C = 12, N = 14, O = 16, F = 19, Na = 23, Mg = 24, Al = 27, Si = 28,
P = 31, S = 32, Cl = 35.5, K = 39, Ca = 40, Cr = 52, Mn = 55, Fe = 56, Cu = 63.5, Zn = 65, As = 75,
Br = 80, Ag = 108, I = 127, Ba = 137, Hg = 200, Pb = 207]
SECTION  I
Straight Objective Type
This section contains 13 questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for its answer, out of
which ONLY ONE is correct.
25. Consider the balanced reaction
2Cl
2
O
7
4ClO
2
+ 3 O
2
(Cl = 35.5)
What can be concluded from the coefficients of species in this balanced equation?
(A) For this reaction, exactly 2 g of Cl
2
O
7
must be taken to start the reaction
(B) For this reaction, exactly 2 mol of Cl
2
O
7
must be taken to start the reaction
(C) Mole ratio of Cl
2
O
7
, ClO
2
and O
2
during a chemical reaction at any instant (excluding any negative
sign) are 2, 4 and 3 respectively
(D) The ratio of change in number of moles of Cl
2
O
7
, ClO
2
and O
2
is 2 : 4 : 3 (excluding any negative
sign)
26. Given : LiCl . 3NH
3
(s) LiCl . NH
3
(s) + 2NH
3
(g) ; K
P
= 9 atm
2
1 mole of LiCl . NH
3
(s) is placed in an 82.1 L vessel that contains Ne at 3 atm pressure. As some NH
3
is
added to the system maintained at 300 K :
(A) LiCl . 3NH
3
(s) begins to form due to backward reaction as per given equation.
(B) 2 mole NH
3
is required to be added for complete conversion of LiCl . NH
3
(s) to LiCl . 3 NH
3
(s)
(C) Pressure in the vessel remains constant at 3 atm.
(D) No LiCl . 3NH
3
(s) is formed till the pressure in vessel increases to 6 atm.
27. The work done in adiabatic compression of 2 mole of an ideal monoatomic gas by constant external pressure
of 2 atm starting from intial pressure of 1 atm and initial temperature of 300 K (R = 2 cal/moldegree)
(A) 360 cal (B) 720 cal (C) 800 cal (D) 1000 cal
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28. Which of the following is the best reducing agent amongst the following ?
(A) H
3
BO
3
(B) NaOH (C) NaHCO
3
(D) NaH
29. Which of the following molecule contains shortest NO bond ?
(A) NOF (B) NO
2
(C) NO
3
(D) NH
2
OH
30. A new flurocarbon of molar mass 102 g mol
1
was placed in an electrically heated vessel. When the
pressure was 650 torr, the liquid boiled at 77
0
C. After the boiling point had been reached, it was found that
a current of 0.25 A from a 12.0 volt supply passed for 600 sec vaporises 1.8g of the sample. The molar
enthalpy & internal energy of vaporisation of new flourocarbon will be :
(A) AH = 102 kJ/mol, AE = 99.1 kJ/mol (B) AH = 95 kJ/mol, AE = 100.3 kJ/mol
(C) AH = 107 kJ/mol, AE = 105.1 kJ/mol (D) AH = 92.7 kJ/mol, AE = 97.4 kJ/mol
31. The correct order of increasing bond order :
(A) CO < CO
2
< CO
3
2
(CO bond) (B) CN
< NCN
2
< (CN bond)
(C) ClO
< ClO
2
< ClO
3
< ClO
4
+
p
m n n
H B ; e.g. for B
5
H
111
, n = 5, m = 6,
p = 0 for
2
14
10
H B , n = 10, m = 4, p = 2.
(B) Count the number of valence electrons in the species [3n+(n + m) + p]
(C) Assign 2n to n ordinary twoelectron BH bonds, the remaining 2R = 2n + m + p electrons (or half that
number of electron pairs, R) are used for bonding the cluster.
(D) if R= n + 1, this is called a closo (closed) cluster, a complete polyhedron.
(E) if R = n+2, this is called a nido (nest) cluster, a polyhedron with one vertex missing.
(6) if R = n+3, this is called an arachno (web) cluster, a polyhedron with two vertices missing.
For example, consider B
12
H
12
2
, B
5
H
9
and B
5
H
11
. An electron count shows that there are n + 1, n +
2 and n + 3 electron pairs available for boron cluster bondings in B
12
H
12
2
, B
5
H
9
and B
5
H
11
respectively; hence
the description of their boron clusters is given as a dodecahedron (a closo structure), an octahedron with one
position vacant, a square pyramid (a nido structure), and a pentagonal bipyramid with two positions vacant
(an arachno structure), respectively.
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It should be noted that in cases where there is choice we have not predicited which positions are
vacant, nor what the polyhedron will be (though symmetric structures would be expected to be favoured). In
practice the polyhedron is found to be a trigonal bipyramid, an octahedron, a pentagonal bipyramid, a
dodecahedron, an octadecahedron and an icosahedron for 5, 6, 7, 8, 11 and 12 vertices respectively.
43.
2
6 6
H B has 
(A) closostructure (B) nidostructure (C) arachnostructure (D) unpredictable structure
44. B
4
H
10
has 
(A) closostructure (B) nidostructure
(C) arachnostructure (D) unpredictable structure
Paragraph for Question Nos. 45 to 46
If given the right amount of energy, electrons can be promoted from a lowenergy atomic orbital to a higher
energy one. This gives rise to an atomic absorption spectrum. Exactly the same process can occur with
molecular orbitals.
HOMOLUMO gap
Electrons can be promoted from any filled orbital to any empty orbital. The smallest energy difference
between a full and empty molecular orbital is between the HOMO and the LUMO. The smaller this difference,
the less energy will be needed to promote an electron from the HOMO to the LUMO : the smaller the amount
of energy needed, the longer the wavelength of light needed since AE = hv. Therefore, an important
measurement is the wavelength at which a compound shows maximum absorbance,
max
.
The energy difference between the HOMO and LUMO for conjugated butadiene is less than that for
ethene. Therefore we would expect butadiene to absorb light of longer wavelength than ethene (the longer the
wavelength the lower the energy, AE = hc/). This is found to be the case : butadiene absorbs at 215 nm
compared to 185 nm for ethene. The conjugation in butadiene means it absorbs light of a longer wavelength
than ethene. In fact, this is true generally.
The more conjugated a compound is, the smaller the energy transition between its HOMO and
LUMO and hence the longer the wavelength of light it can absorb. Hence UVvisible spectroscopy
can tell us about the conjugation present in a molecule.
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Both ethene and butadiene absorb in the farUV region of the electromagnetic spectrum (215 nm is just
creeping in to the UV region) but, if we extend the conjugation further, the gap between HOMO and LUMO will
eventually be sufficiently decreased to allow the compound to absorb visible light and hence be coloured. A
good example is the red pigment in tomatoes. It has eleven conjugated double bond (plus two unconjugated)
and absorbs light.
Approximate wavelengths for different colours
Absorbed frequency, nm Colour absorbed Colour transmitted R(CH=CH)
n
R, n =
200400 ultraviolet < 8
400 violet yellowgreen 8
425 indigoblue yellow 9
450 blue orange 10
490 bluegreen red 11
510 green purple
530 yellowgreen violet
550 yellow indigoblue
590 orange blue
640 red bluegreen
730 purple green
Look at the table above and answer the following questions :
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45. Lycopene is expected to absorb which of the following wavelength to a maximum extent ?
(A) 640 nm (B) 380 nm (C) 420 nm (D) 470 nm
46. Look at the structure of carotene. Its colour is expected to be
(A) red (B) green (C) orange (D) yellow
Paragraph for Question Nos. 47 to 48
THE DRINKING BIRD
Let us consider the scheme of a Chinese toy
known as the drinking bird (Fig. a and b). Once
triggered to action, which is done by bringing it to
position b, the bird continues to swing up and
down: in one position it drinks water from the
glass . and then returns to the upper position, in
a seemingly perpetual motion. A detailed analysis
of the action of the toy show, however, that it
corresponds to the laws of thermodynamics.
Construction of Toy: As seen from Fig. the
bird consists of two flasks joined by a tube, these
flasks containing a volatile liquid and
thermetically sealed. The entire system is capable of rotating about its axis fixed in the stationary support,
the position of equilibrium shown on the left of the figure. The head of the bird is covered by a layer of a
moistureabsorbing material, cotton.
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Working of Toy: The system is brought into action by moistening the head, say, when the beak is dipped in
water, as in position b. Then, the system acts on its own i.e. water vaporizing from the coating of the head
lowers its temperature by a few degrees as compared with the temperature of the body (and of the
surroundings). This lowers the vapour pressure in the head chamber. The pressure difference that arises runs
the liquid in the direction of the head. The centre of gravity is shifted, the head becomes heavier and bends
forward. At the turning point of motion the bird assumes a nearly horizontal position, as shown on the right.
The beak dips in water, maintaining the moisture content of the head coating. The end of the connecting tube
emerges from the liquid residue in the left flask. In this position of the system, when the liquid being acted on
by the force of gravity flows back into the left flask, the initial position of equilibrium is restored and the cycle
then repeats itself.
The drinking bird acts better at a higher temperature and a lower moisture content. With a relative moisture
content close to 100 per cent the action discontinues. The working substance must have a high vapour
pressure, a higher density and a low heat of vaporization; Freon(CCI
3
F) is a suitable substance. The
efficiency of the system can be increased by replacing water in the beaker with a more volatile liquid.
47. When the bird is vertical, the liquid flows up because of :
(A) low pressure zone created in birds head due to cooling
(B) low pressure zone created in birds head due to vaporisation of liquids within birds head
(C) High pressure zone created in birds tail due to latent heat
(D) none of these
48. A person purchases the toy and keeps it in a small closed glass cabinet. After a few days, the bird will stop
drinking liquid. Just for fun, the person replaces the water beaker by alcohol. Then, when the beak of bird is
dipped in alcohol and released, the bird :
(A) seems to like alcohol, and begins drinking again !
(B) shows no change in its behaviour and refuses to take up alcohol (a Gandhian Bird!)
(C) does not take up alcohol but rebegins to drink water now (for washing away alcohol : Saintly bird!)
(D) shows erratic behaviour and flies away
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PART III  MATHEMATICS
SECTION  I
Straight Objective Type
This section contains 13 questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for its answer, out of
which ONLY ONE is correct.
49. If equation sin
4
x + asin
2
x + 1 = 0 has a solution then a e
(A) (, 2] (B) [2, 2] (C) (, 2] [2, ) (D) [2, )
50. Given S
n
=
=
n
0 r
r
2
1
, S =
=0 r
r
2
1
. If S S
n
<
1000
1
, then least value of n is
(A) 8 (B) 9 (C) 10 (D) 11
51. The remainder obtained when 1! + 2! + 3! +.....+ 95! divided by 15, is
(A) 3 (B) 14 (C) 1 (D) none of these
52. Total number of polynomials of the form x
3
+ ax
2
+ bx + c that are divisible by x
2
+ 1, where a,b,c e
{1,2,3,.....9,10} is equal to
(A) 10 (B) 15 (C) 5 (D) 8
53. If
(
(
(
1 1 3
0 1 0
1 2 1
(
(
(
z
y
x
=
(
(
(
1
2
0
, then ordered triplet (x,y,z) is equal to
(A)

.

\

4
7
, 2 ,
4
9
(B)

.

\

4
9
, 2 ,
4
7
(C)

.

\

4
7
, 2 ,
4
9
(D)

.

\

4
9
, 2 ,
4
7
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54.
0 x
lim
\
 u
u
2
2 sin 3
, 2 cos 4 ,
value of cosu can be
(A)
23
16
(B)
2
1
(C)
23
19
(D)
23
21
59. A circle cuts the rectangular hyperbola xy = c
2
at the points (x
i
, y
i
) , i = 1,2,3,4. Values of x
1
.x
2
.x
3
.x
4
and
y
1
.y
2
.y
3
.y
4
are respectively
(A) c
4
, c
4
(B) c
2
, c
2
(C) c
4
, c
4
(D) c
2
, c
2
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60. The value of
=
t
10
0 r
3
3
r
cos
is equal to
(A)
2
9
(B)
2
7
(C)
8
9
(D)
8
1
61. If the length of medians AA
1
, BB
1
and CC
1
of triangle ABC are m
a
, m
b
and m
c
respectively, then (where s is
semiperimeter of triangle)
(A) a
a,b,c
3
m s
2
>
(B)
a
a,b,c
m 3s >
(C) a
a,b,c
5
m s
2
>
(D)
a
a,b,c
m 2s >
SECTION  II
Multiple Correct Answer Type
This section contains 5 questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for its answer, out of
which ONE OR MORE is/are correct.
62. In an arithmetic progression, consisting of 10 terms, if the sum of the terms occupying the even places is
equal to 15 and the sum of those occupying the odd places is equal to
2
1
12 , then
(A) first term of the sequence is
3
1
(B) common difference of sequence is
2
1
(C) first term of the sequence is
2
1
(D) common difference of sequence is
3
1
63. If a, b, c are in H.P., then
(A)
a c b
a
+
,
b a c
b
+
,
c b a
c
+
are in H.P.. (B)
b
2
=
a b
1
+
c b
1
(C) a
2
b
,
2
b
, c
2
b
are in G.P. .P. (D)
c b
a
+
,
a c
b
+
,
b a
c
+
are in H.P..
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64. Total number of ways of giving at least one coin out of three 25 paise and two 50 paise coins to a beggar is
equal to
(A) 32 (B) 12
(C) 11 (D) coefficient of x
10
in (1 + x + x
2
+ x
3
+....upto )
2
, where x < 1
65. A(1, 2) and B(7, 10) are two points. If P(x,y) is a point such that the angle APB is 60 and the area of the
AAPB is maximum, then which of given are TRUE ?
(A) P lies on any line perpendicular to AB.
(B) P lies on the right bisector of AB.
(C) P lies on the straight line 3x + 4y = 36.
(D) P lies on the circle passing through the points A(1, 2) and B(7, 10) and having a radius of 10 units.
66. If (acosu
i
, asinu
i
) ; i = 1,2,3 represent the vertices of an equilateral triangle inscribed in a circle, then
(A) cosu
1
+ cosu
2
+ cosu
3
= 0 (B) sinu
1
+ sinu
2
+ sinu
3
= 0
(C) tanu
1
+ tanu
2
+ tanu
3
= 0 (D) cotu
1
+ cotu
2
+ cotu
3
= 0
SECTION  III
Comprehension Type
This section contains 3 paragraphs. Based upon each paragraph, there are 2 questions. Each question has
4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
Paragraph for Question Nos. 67 to 68
Let PQ be a variable focal chord of the parabola y
2
= 8ax and A be vertex. Locus of, centroid of triangle
APQ is a parabola P
1
\

0 ,
3
a 2
(B)

.

\

0 ,
3
a 4
(C)

.

\

0 ,
3
a 8
(D)

.

\

0 ,
3
a
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Paragraph for Question Nos. 69 to 70
If a, b e prime numbers and n, p,q e N, then rational terms (or terms free from radicals) in the expansion
of (a
1/p
+ b
1/q
)
n
are the terms in which indices of a and b are integers.
69. In the expansion of (7
1/3
+ 11
1/9
)
6561
, the number of terms free from radicals is
(A) 729 (B) 725 (C) 730 (D) 745
70. The number of integral terms in the expansion of
( )
256
1/ 8
3 5 + is
(A) 32 (B) 33 (C) 34 (D) 35
Paragraph for Question Nos. 71 to 72
If p
1
, p
2
, p
3
are altitudes of a AABC from the vertices A,B,C respectively and A is the area of triangle and s is
semiperimeter of the triangle.
71. If
1
p
1
+
2
p
1
+
3
p
1
=
2
1
then the least value of p
1
p
2
p
3
is
(A) 8 (B) 27 (C) 125 (D) 216
72.
1
p
A cos
+
2
p
B cos
+
3
p
C cos
=
(A)
r
1
(B)
R
1
(C)
R 2
c b a
2 2 2
+ +
(D)
A
1
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