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ANSWERS, HINTS & SOLUTIONS
FULL TEST I
(Paper-2)


Q.
No.
PHYSICS CHEMISTRY MATHEMATICS
1. C D B
2. C A B
3. D C A
4. B B C
5. B B D
6. D C D
7. B D C
8. C B A
9. A C C
10. D B C
11. B A D
12. D C A
13. B A C
14. A D A
15. A C A
16. B B C
17. B A B
18. A B A
19. B C A
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(C) (p), (D) (r)
(A p, q, r), (B q),
(C p, r, S), (D p)
(A) (q), (B) (r),
(C) (s), (D) (p)
2.
(A) (q); (B) (r);
(C) (s); (D) (p)
(A p, q, s), (B r, s),
(C q), (D r, s)
(A) (s), (B) (p),
(C) (q), (D) (r)
3.
(A) (p), (B) (r),
(C) (s), (D) (q)
(A p, r), (B q, p),
(C q), (D q, s)
(A) (s), (B) (r),
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P P h hy ys si i c cs s PART I


2. T sin u =mg/2
T' =T cos u
=
mg mg
cot
2 2tan
u =
u


T si n
T cos
T
T



3.
2
1
mv pt
2
= (P =const)
v =
2Pt
m

a =
dv 2P 1
dt m
2 t
=
F =ma =
mP 1
2t v


5.
1 2 3 4 5
F F F F F F = + + + +



2 5 2 4
F F and F F = =



1 3 2 1
F F 2F cos30 2F cos60 = + +


F
3
=
2
2
Gm
4a
; F
2
=
2
2
Gm
3a
; F
1
=
2
2
Gm
a


m
m m
m
m m
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5

F =
2
2
Gm 5 1
4 a
3
| |
+
|
\ .
=me
2
a
e =
3
Gm 5 1
a 4 3
| |
+
|
\ .

T =2t
( )
3
4 3a
Gm 5 3 4 +


6.
V
P
P
Q
R
S


7. a =
( ) ( ) v g a m g a
m
+ +
=20 m/s
2

t =
2h
a
=1 sec

10. Time period becomes 2t
R
g
. We cant neglect the roundness of earth for the pendulum of
infinite length.
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12. The ve sign is
d
dt
|
signifies the direction of induced emf.


14. process AB U =constant

P RT
M
=

and U t
P =const
Process BC isochoric
Process CA isothermal

15. Q =Q
AB
+Q
BC
+Q
CA

Q =5U
0
+3U
0
+
0
10U
ln2.5
3

16. W
AB
=AQ
AB
AU
AB
=5U
0
(3U
0
) =2U
0


17. For lens L
1
, ray must move parallel to the axis after refraction
1 1 w
1
x R
e

+ =

x =10 cm

18. For lens L
2
, image must form at centre of curvature of the curved surface after refraction through
plane part.

2
2
R x
e

+ =
'
0
x' =8 cm
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C Ch he em mi i s st tr r y y PART I I

1.
Br
C H
3
H
O
Mg
Ether

CH
2
MgBr
C H
3
H
O

OH
H
Rearrangment
+


2.
O
H
3
CO
O
O
3
CH O

O
H
3
CO
O
O

O
COOCH
3
O
H
+
O
H
3
COOC
OH

O
O
COOCH
3

3. ( )
o o o o
A A B A B B B
P P X P P 1 X P X = + = +

( )
o o o
A A B
P P P P B =
Thus
o
A
P 120 Torr =

o o o
A B B
P P 75 P 45 Torr = =
Hence C is correct answer.
4.
( )
4
o
BaSO
1000
Conc normality
A = k

4
5
o
BaSO
1000 1000 8 10
Normality
400

k
= =
A
=2 10
-4
.
( )
4
Normality
Molarity 10 M Solubility
2

= =
Ksp =S
2
=10
8
M
2
.
5.
av
1
T
K
=

99.9 2
10 0.693 6.93
T 10 ty
K K

= = =
Number of natural life times =
6.693 1
/
K K
| | | |
| |
\ . \ .

=6.93
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6.
B
O
O
B
B
O
O
B O H
OH
OH
OH
O


7. ( )
2 2
71 145
Ca OCl Cl.H O Cl
Percentage
71
100 49
145
= =
Hence D is correct answer.
17.
( )
4 1
I
d c
0.0033
1.32 10 mmin
dt 25

(
= =
(



( )
4 1
II
d c
2.6 10 mmin
dt

| |
=
|
|
\ .


( )
3 1
III
d c
1.02 10 mmin
dt

| |
=
|
|
\ .

18. On comparing rates order w.r.t A =2, and w.r.t. B =1. Thus rate law =K[A]
2
[B]
19. | | | |
2 dx
K A B
dt
=

( )
| | | |
2
dx/dt
K 0.26
A B
= =
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M Ma at th he em ma at ti i c cs s PART I I I

1. Total number of lines made =
9
C
2
=36
Now, these 36 lines are 9 sets each with 4 parallel members. With 5 vertices number of lines
made
=
5
C
2
=10
Clearly, atleast 2 members belong to the same set
So, atleast one pair is parallel

2.
2 2 2
OA OB AB
cos
2OA OB
+
u =


=
( )
2
2 2
2 2
OA OB
OA OB
3 OA OB 1
2
2OA OB 8 OA OB 4
+ | |
+
|
+
\ .
=


For maximum cos u,

2 2
3 OA OB 1 3 2 OA OB 1
8 OA OB 2 8 OA OB 4
| |
+
> |
\ .
=
1
2


3
t
u =

3. S
1
=a
1

S
2
=a
1
+a
2

S
3
=a
1
+a
2
+a
3


S
n
=a
1
+a
2
+.. +a
n

If we divide all S
1
, S
2
, .. S
n
by 23 we get remainders 1, 2, 3, 4, .., 22
So, two of these give same remainders S
p
, S
q

S
p
S
q
will be divisible by 23
S
p
S
q
=a
p +1

+a
p +2
+.. +a
q


4. Using Cauchy we get,
( )
( )
2 2 2 2
2
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
1 1 2 4
z z z z 1 1 2 4 64
z z z z
| |
+ + + + + + > + + + =
|
|
\ .


5. Point of intersection is
1 b
ln
2 a
| |
u =
|
\ .

For C
1
,

dr
ae
d
u
=
u
, now
1
d
tan r
dr
u
| = =
( )
1
ae a e 1
u u
=

1
4
t
| =
For C
2
,

dr
be
d
u
=
u

( )
2
1
tan be e 1
b
u u
| |
| = =
|
\ .


2
3
4
t
| =
Angle of intersection is
2 1
3
4 4 2
t t t
| | = =

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6. Let c, d, e be the three points where y =f(x) crosses xaxis. Then, f(c) =f(d) =f(e) =0
Assuming a <c <d <e <b. The function f satisfies Rolles theorem in two intervals (c, d) and
(d, e). Since f and f' are continuous and f(c) =f(d) =0
So, there exists, at least one point in the interval (c, d) and (d, e) such that derivative is zero
Let, C
1
e (c, d) such that f'(C
1
) =0 and C
2
e (d, e) such that f'(C
2
) =0. Now the function f'
satisfies Rolles theorem since f', f are continuous and f'(C
1
) =f'(C
2
) =0
So, by Rolles theorem, there exists a number C
3
in between C
1
and C
2
such that f(C
3
) =0
Minimum one root C
3
of the equation f(x) =0 lies in the interval (a, b)

7. Dividing the given differential equation by 3xy(y
2
x
2
)

( )
( )
( )
( )
2 2 2 2
2 2 2 2
y y 2x x 2y x
dx dy 0
3xy y x 3xy y x

+ =



2 2 2 2
dx xdx ydy dy
0
x y y x y x
+ + =


( ) ( )
( )
2 2
2 2
d y x 1
d ln xy 0
2 y x

+ =


( )
2 2 2 2
d ln x y y x 0
( (
=


( )
2 2 2 2
ln x y y x c
(
=


x
2
y
2
(y
2
x
2
) =c

8. Let the circle be ( )
2
2 2
x y a + o = . Let the point of intersection of tangents at P and Q be (h, k).
Then equation of PQ, is ( )( )
2
hx k y a 0 + o o = . As it passes through( ) a,0 , so,
( )
2
ha k a 0 o o = .
( ) ( )
2 2
k a h a 0. D 0 k 4a h a 0 o o + = > >
i.e. ( )
2
y 4a x a > .

9. Consider
( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( )
1 1
2
2 2
0 0
x f x dx f x 2 xf x x f x dx o = o o +
} }
=o
2
2o
2
+o
2
=0
However f(x) assumes only positive values i.e. in (0, 1)
(o x)
2
(f(x)) >0 integral cant be zero

10. Differential equation can be written as, (p x)(p 2 sin x)(2p +cos x) =0 which has solution as
(2y x
2
c)(y +2 cos x c)(2y +sin x c) =0

11. Put x =1 we get (1 +1) p(1) +1 =o(1)
n +1
(n +1)!

( )
( )
n 1
1
n 1!
+

o =
+

So,
( )
( ) ( ) ( )
( ) ( )
n 1
1 x x 1 ..... x n x
p x
n 1! n 1 x 1
+

= +
+ + +

Clearly,
( )
1, where 'n' is odd
p n 1
n
, where 'n' is even
n 2

+ =

+


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13. If e is the eccentricity then,
2 2
2
2
e
o |
=
o

Now, we know,
2 2
1 1
a b + = +
o |

2
2 2
1
ab h =
o |


2 2
2
a b
ab h
+
o + | =

,
2 2
2
1
ab h
o | =



( ) ( )
( )
2
2
2 2
2
a b 4 ab h
ab h
+
o | =



( ) ( )
2
2
2 2
1 1
a b 4 ab h = +
o |

For an ellipse
( ) ( )
2
2
2
2
a b a b 4 ab h = + +
o

So,
( )
( )
( ) ( )
2
2
2
2 2
2
a b 4h
e a b a b 4h
2 ab h
+
(
= + +



14. Put y =z =t =0
f(0)[f(x) +f(0)] =f(0)
Put x =0
2f
2
(0) =f(0)
f(0) =0,
1
2

If f(0) =
1
2
f(x) +
1
2
=1
f(x) =
1
2

If f(0) =0, z =t =0
f(x) f(y) =f(xy)
Let, x =y =1 f
2
(1) =f(1)
f(1) =0 or f(1) =1
We have f(0) =0, f(1) =0, y =1
f(x) =0
Also, f(0) =0, f(1) =1, x =0, y =t =1
(f(0) +f(z)) (f(1) +f(1)) =f(z) +f(z)
2f(z) =f(z) +f(z)
f(z) =f(z)

15. If y =x in f(x) f(y) =f(xy)
f(x
2
) =f
2
(x) > 0
Put x =t, y =z
[f(x) +f(y)]
2
=f(x
2
+y
2
)
f(x
2
+y
2
) =f
2
(x) +f
2
(y) +2f(x)f(y) > f
2
(x)
f(x
2
+y
2
) > f(x
2
)
f is non decreasing for positive x

16. Put y =z =t =1
2(f(x) +1) =f(x 1) +f(x +1)
f(2) =4, f(z) =9, f(1) =1, f(0) =0
f(n) =n
2
(Possible function), if f(n 1) =(n 1)
2

2[f(n 1) +1] =f(n 2) +f(n)
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f(n) =n
2

Now, for
p
x
q
= (rational number)
( ) ( )
2
p
f f q f pq
q
| |
=
|
\ .

2 2 2
p
f q p q
q
| |
=
|
\ .


2
p p
f
q q
| | | |
=
| |
\ . \ .
(True for rational number)
Now, if x e R, lets prove for positive x since if it is proved the function is even and will follow for
negative x
Assume for x >0, f(x) <x
2

So, now a rational number r between
( )
f x and x
( )
f x <r <x
f(x) <r
2
<x
2

[f(r) =r
2
, f is non decreasing]
f(r) =r
2
s f(x) [contradiction]
f(x) <x
2
(impossible)
Similarly we can prove contradiction f(x) >x
2

So, only possibility f(x) =x
2
substituting f(x) =x
2
we get
(f(x) +f(z)) (f(y) +f(t)) =f(xy zt) +f(xt +yz)
(x
2
+z
2
)(y
2
+t
2
) =(xy zt)
2
+(xt +yz)
2
[Lagrange identity]
So, f(x) =
1
2
, f(x) =0, f(x) =x
2
are the required solutions

17. am
3
+m(2a h) +k =0
am
3
+m(2a x
1
) =0
am
2
=x
1
2a {m =0 (one possible value)}

2 1
x 2a
m
a

= , if x e (0, 2a)
m
2
=() number, so non real roots

18. Let P(h, k) be the point am
3
+m(2a h) +k =0
Since, m
1
, m
1
, m
1
are the possible roots
3m
1
=0 m
1
=0
If m
1
=0 is the root then k =0
am
3
+m(2a h) =0

2
h 2a
m 0
a

= = h =2a
(2a, 0) is the only point

19.
( )
8a
3/ 2
1
2a
4
A x 2a dx
27a
=
}
=
( )
8a
5/ 2
2a
2 2
x 2a
5 3 3a
(

=
( )
5/ 2
2
2 2 2 2
6a 36a 6a
5 5 3 3a 3 3a
= =
2
48 2a
5


| |
8a
8a
3/ 2
0
1
0
2
A 4axdx 2 a x
3
= =
}
=
2
4 64
a 8a 8a 2a
3 3
=
Area =2(A
2
A
1
) =
2
4 3
2 16 2a
3 5
(

(

=
2
2
11 352 2a
32 2a
15 15
=

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SECTION B

1. (A) |A xI| =0
There exists a non zero matrix X such that AX =xX
[(Adj A)A]X =x(adj A)X
|A|IX =x(adj A)X
|A|X =x(adj A)X
( )
A X
adj A X
x
=
( )
A X
adj A X
2
=
(B)
( )
A' I A I ' A I = =
A' I 0 = if and only if A I =0
A' I 0 = if and only if A I =0
or is the root of A' xI 0 = if and only if is the root of |A yI| =0
e
io
is the required solution
(C)
11 12 1n
22 2n
nn
A A .......... A
0 A ..... A
0 | |
B I
| | |
| | |
| | A
(
(

(



(
(
(
(
(
(
=0
(|A
11
| )(|A
22
| ) .. (|A
nn
| ) 0
Clearly the elements of principal diagonal become the roots
(D) Let, AX =X [X is a non zero matrix]
X' AX =X' X = X' AX'IX =
X'AX and X'IX are both real
Also, X'X 0 = , X = 0
X'AX/ XIX = is real so can have real values

2. (A) z =cos u +i sin u,
1
z 2cos
z
+ = u

1
z 2isin
z
= u

p
p
1
z 2cosp
z
+ = u
Now,
( ) ( )
4 2
4 2 1 1
2isin 2cos z z
z z
| | | |
u u = +
| |
\ . \ .
=
6 4 2
6 4 2
1 1 1
z 2 z z 4
z z z
| | | | | |
+ + + +
| | |
\ . \ . \ .

then, 2 cos 6u 2.2. cos 4u 2 cos 2 u +4
2
4
i
4
sin
4
u 2
2
cos
2
u =2(cos 6u 2 cos 4u cos 2u +2)
=2
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(B) Volume of tetrahedron =
( )
1
Ar ABD CQ
3
A
=
1 AB
DP CQ
3 2
| |

|
\ .

Let, CD be the largest side and AB =x s 1
Let, T be closer to A than B

x
BT
2
>

2
2 2 2
x
CT BC BT 1
4
= s

A
T
P
Q
B D
C


2
x
CT 1
4
s (same for DP, CQ)
So,
( )
2
2
1 x x 1
V 1 x 4 x
3 2 4 24
| |
s = |
\ .

max
1
V
8
=
(C) By AM > GM

3 2
cosx
cos x cos x
4
+ > (x is an acute angle)
Now, setting x =A, B, C we get
x
1
+x
3
> cos
2
A +cos
2
B +cos
2
C +2 cos A cos B cos C =2x
2

x
1
+x
2
+x
3
>
2
3
3x
2
=
(D) Let,
A
u cot
2
= ,
B
v cot
2
= ,
C
w cot
2
=
S a
u
r

= ,
S b
v
r

= ,
S c
w
r

=

( ) ( ) ( )
S S a S b S c
u v w
r r
+ +
= = + +
Now we can rewrite as 49[u
2
+4v
2
+9w
2
] =36(u +v +w)
2

(3u 12v)
2
+(4v 9w)
2
+(18w 2u)
2
=0
u : v : w =1 :
1 1
:
4 9

Multiplying by r we get
S a S b S c 2S b c
36 9 4 9 4

= = =
+

=
2S c a 2S a b a b c
4 36 36 9 13 40 45

= = =
+ +


3. (A) Put
1
x y
2
= + and substitute, 8y
4
+4y
2
+a
3
2
=0
Again, z =y
2
we get,
2
3
8z 4z a 0
2
+ + =
When
3
a
2
s there are 2 non real roots and two real and
3
a
2
> we have 4 non real roots
Sum =
3
1, a
2
3
2, a
2

>


(B)
2
x y
xy 1
2
+ | |
s =
|
\ .
0 <xy s 1
x
3
y
3
(x
3
+y
3
) =2(xy)
3
((x +y)
2
3xy) =2(xy)
3
(4 3xy)
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Put z =xy

( )
4
3
4 3z 3z
z 4 3z 1
4
+ | |
s =
|
\ .

x
3
y
3
(x
3
+y
3
) s 2
(C) There are 9 possible numbers of the type 7775775, 7757575, 7575575 etc.
(D) We have f(9) =f(4 +5) =f(4 . 5) =f(20) =f(16 +4) =f(16 . 4) =f(64)
f(64) =f(8 . 8) =f(8 +8) =f(16) =f(4 . 4) =f(4 +4) =f(8) =9