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Q.1 A positive number whose reciprocal equals one
less than the number, is
(A)
! "
2
2 1#
(B)
! "
4
1 2 \$
(C)
! "
2
5 1#
(D)
! "
2
5 2 #
Q.2 A student took four exams, each time doubling
the score of the previous exam. If the average of
the four exams was x then the score of the first
exam was kx where k equals
(A)
4
1
(B)
9
2
(C)
16
3
(D)
15
4
Q.3 Given a triangle with vertices A, B, C
if tan A =
3
2
, tan B =
4
3
and the length of the
altitude from C to side AB is 6 then the area of the
triangle is
(A) 30 (B) 36
(C) 42 (D) 51
Q.4 One side of a rectangle is 5 meters long. The area
A of the rectangle as a function of its perimeter p,
is
(A) A = 5p (B) A =
25
2
p 5
#
(C) A = 5p 25 (D) A =
25
2
p 5
\$
Q.5 Let A, B, C be the vertices of an equilateral triangle,
and let D, E be points on the side AB such that
segments AD, DE and EB each have length 1.
Then tan %CDE equals
(A)
2 3
(B) 3 2
(C) 3 3 (D)
2
3 3
Q.1 ii-- i li -- i
- ri, ni r i ri n|
(A)
! "
2
2 1#
(B)
! "
4
1 2 \$
(C)
! "
2
5 1#
(D)
! "
2
5 2 #
Q.2 lnii| i |ii ni r, - i r |
ls| |ii i i ni ni r| l i
|iii i in x ri , ni i- |ii kx ri ,
ni k i ri ni
(A)
4
1
(B)
9
2
(C)
16
3
(D)
15
4
Q.3 li l i|i A, B, C r l tan A =
3
2
,
tan B =
4
3
i ii C ii AB i n
- | -i; 6 ri , ni li i i ri ni
(A) 30 (B) 36
(C) 42 (D) 51
Q.4 in | ii 5 -|- -| r| in i i
A l-i p - ri ni
(A) A = 5p (B) A =
25
2
p 5
#
(C) A = 5p 25 (D) A =
25
2
p 5
\$
Q.5 -ii A, B, C -ir li i|i r nii D, E
ii AB ; i r l AD, DE i EB -
| -i; ;i; r| ni tan %CDE i ri ni
(A)
2 3
(B) 3 2
(C) 3 3 (D)
2
3 3
BULL'S EYE (10
th
Pass) 2011
Select the correct alternative. Only one is correct. [902 = 180]
There is NEGATIVE marking. For each wrong answer 0.5 mark will be deducted.
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Q.6 The score of a certain multiple choice exam is
computed as the number of right answers minus
one fourth of the number of wrong answers. If the
number of questions answered is N and the score
is S then the number of right answers is
(A)
4
N S 5 \$
(B)
5
N S 4 #
(C)
5
N S 3 #
(D)
5
N S 4 \$
Q.7 In the figure shown, each edge of &BCD has
length 1, D lies on AC, and %ABC = 90. The
length AB, is
(A)
2
3
(B) 2
A B
C
D
(C) 2 (D) 3
Q.8 The sum of the distances AD and BD in the figure
shown, is
A B
C D
8
21
6
(A) 27 (B) 28
(C) 29 (D) 31
Q.9 In the figure shown, %ABC and %BDA are
both right angles. If v + w = 35 and x + y = 37,
then the value of y, is
(A) 11
x
D
C A
B
w
v
y (B) 12
(C) 13
(D) 14
Q.10 Suppose AB and CD are two perpendicular
chords of the same circle that intersect at the point
E, AE = 12, DE = 4 and CE = 6. The area of the
circle, is
(A) 50'
D
C
A B
E
12
4
6
(B) 45'
(C) 40'
(D) 35'
Q.6 rl~| |ii - ; i i in r
l r| r l i | i - nn r l
i | i i iii; i-i li ini r| l
r l i | i N ri nii in S
ri , ni r| r l n i | i ri n|
(A)
4
N S 5 \$
(B)
5
N S 4 #
(C)
5
N S 3 #
(D)
5
N S 4 \$
Q.7 lii, li &BCD | - ii | -i;
1 r nii D ii AC l-in r i %ABC = 90
r| -i; AB i ri n|
(A)
2
3
(B) 2
A B
C
D
(C) 2 (D) 3
Q.8 l n l i, ii AD nii ii BD |
-i;i i i n ri ni
A B
C D
8
21
6
(A) 27 (B) 28
(C) 29 (D) 31
Q.9 ii n lii, %ABC nii %BDA i i
-ii r| l v + w = 35 i x + y = 37 ri, ni
y i -i rini
(A) 11
x
D
C A
B
w
v
y
(B) 12
(C) 13
(D) 14
Q.10 -ii AB i CD r| -i | i |i r i
- -n r, i i l E ;
i i-n r l AE = 12, DE = 4 i CE = 6 r|
-i i i ri ni
(A) 50'
D
C
A B
E
12
4
6
(B) 45'
(C) 40'
(D) 35'
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Q.11 An isosceles triangle has been cut from one corner
of a square with side s. If the area of the triangle is
one quarter of the area of the original square, then
the height h of the triangle is
(A)
s
2
1
(B) s
2
2
4

45
s
s
h
(C)
s
4
1
(D)
s
2
1
Q.12 A certain point A inside an equilateral triangle with
perimeter P is at distances x, y and z from the
three sides, respectively. The sum (x + y + z) is
always
(A) P
(B)
3
P
z
y
x
A
(C)
3
P 2
(D)
3 2
P
Q.13 Which one of the numbers listed below is not a
divisor of the number N = (2
30
1), is equal to
(A) 2
5
1 (B) 2
5
+ 1
(C) 2
6
1 (D) 2
10
+ 1
Q.14 The two shortest sides of a right triangle have
lengths
3
and 2. Let ( be the smallest interior
angle of this triangle, then the value of sin (, is
(A)
7
3
(B)
7
4
(C)
5
3
(D)
5
4
Q.15 Let x =
)
)
*
+
,
,
-
.
#
)
)
*
+
,
,
-
.
#
)
)
*
+
,
,
-
.
#
)
)
*
+
,
,
-
.
# 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5
4
16
1
8
1
4
1
2
1
then (x + 1)
48
is
(A) 25 (B) 125
(C) 625 (D) 5
Q.11 n l| ii s r - -l,ir li
i-i ini r| l li i i , n i-nl
i i iii; ri, ni li | +i; h ri n|
(A)
s
2
1
(B) s
2
2
4

45
s
s
h
(C)
s
4
1
(D)
s
2
1
Q.12 -ir li li l-i P r l
l A ; i l-in r l | n| iii
| -i x, y i z r, ni i n (x + y + z) r- ii
rini
(A) P
(B)
3
P

z
y
x
A
(C)
3
P 2
(D)
3 2
P
Q.13 | | ii - i | i
N = (2
30
1) | ii r| r
(A) 2
5
1 (B) 2
5
+ 1
(C) 2
6
1 (D) 2
10
+ 1
Q.14 -ii| li | i si-| ii -i
3
i
2 r | -ii ( li i si-i inl ii r,
ni sin ( i -i ri ni
(A)
7
3
(B)
7
4
(C)
5
3
(D)
5
4
Q.15 -ii x =
)
)
*
+
,
,
-
.
#
)
)
*
+
,
,
-
.
#
)
)
*
+
,
,
-
.
#
)
)
*
+
,
,
-
.
# 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5
4
16
1
8
1
4
1
2
1
ni (x + 1)
48
i ri ni
(A) 25 (B) 125
(C) 625 (D) 5
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Q.16 If
cos5x=Acos
5
x+Bcos
4
x+Ccos
3
x+Dcos
2
x+Ecos x+F,
for all value of x, then the sum of A, B, C, D, E
and F equals
(A) 0 (B) 1
(C) 6 (D) none
Q.17 If sin x + cos x = 1, then let the value of
(sin
3
x + cos
3
x) is ( and if tanx + cot x = 2, then
let the value of (tan
4
x + cot
4
x) is 0.
Let x
2
+ bx + c = 0 is the quadratic equation
whose roots are ( and 0. The value of (b + c)
equals
(A) 1 (B) 1
(C) 5 (D) 6
Q.18 If A to F are the vertices of a regular hexagon
listed in clockwise order, consider the triangle
ACE. The ratio of the area of the triangle to the
area of the hexagon, is
(A) 1 : 2 (B) 1 : 3
(C) 2 : 3 (D) 1 : 3
Q.19 Difference of two different irrational numbers
(A) cannot be an integer.
(B) cannot be a rational number.
(C) can be a rational number.
(D) can not be a prime.
Q.20 The remainder when (x
51
+ 51) is divided by
(x + 1), is
(A) 0 (B) 1
(C) 51 (D) 50
Q.21 Solve for n in 4
n
+ 4
n
+ 4
n
+ 4
n
= 2
2010
.
(A) 1005 (B) 2010
(C) 1004 (D) 1003
Q.22 If sin ( cos 0 = 1, then cos ( sin 0 is equal to
(A) 1 (B) 0
(C) 1 (D)
2
1
Q.16 l
cos5x=Acos
5
x+Bcos
4
x+Ccos
3
x+Dcos
2
x+Ecos x+F,
x i| -ii l ri , ni A, B, C, D, E i F
i in ri ni
(A) 0 (B) 1
(C) 6 (D) i ; r|
Q.17 l sin x + cos x = 1 ri , ni -ii l (sin
3
x + cos
3
x)
i -i ( ri ni i l tanx + cot x = 2 ri , ni -ii
l (tan
4
x + cot
4
x) i -i 0 ri ni|
-ii x
2
+ bx + c = 0 l,iin -|i r l
- ( 0 r, ni (b + c) i -i i ri ni
(A) 1 (B) 1
(C) 5 (D) 6
Q.18 l A F ll-n i-ii i|i r i liiin|
- - r| -ii li ACE ri , ni li i-ii
i i in ri ni
(A) 1 : 2 (B) 1 : 3
(C) 2 : 3 (D) 1 : 3
Q.19 i l- ii | - n
(A) ii r| ri ni|
(B) l- r| ri ni|
(C) l- ri ni r|
(D) ii r| ri ni|
Q.20 l (x
51
+ 51) i (x + 1) ,ii liiln li ini
r, ni i i ri ni
(A) 0 (B) 1
(C) 51 (D) 50
Q.21 n l r 4
n
+ 4
n
+ 4
n
+ 4
n
= 2
2010
.
(A) 1005 (B) 2010
(C) 1004 (D) 1003
Q.22 l sin ( cos 0 = 1 ri , ni cos ( sin 0 i
rini
(A) 1 (B) 0
(C) 1 (D)
2
1
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Q.23 The given square is a magic square. All rows,
columns, and main diagonals add up to 3a. The
value of the centre square, is
(A) a 2
(B) a 1
3 a
1 a 5 a
\$
\$ #
(C) a
(D) a + 1
Q.24 A bucket is currently full of water and has a mass
of 29 kg. When it is half filled with water, it has a
mass of 18.5 kg. The mass of the bucket when it
is filled to one third of maximum capacity, is
(A) 14 (B) 15
(C) 16 (D) 17
Q.25 Let T be equilateral triangle of height h and S
can be a square of side s. If T and S have the
same area, then
s
h
is
(A)
4
1
3 (B) 3 2
(C)
4
3 2 (D) 1
Q.26 If A
c
the area of a square inscribed in a circle or
radius r and A
s
is the area of the square
inscribed in a semicircle of the same circle, then
s
c
A
A
is equal to
(A)
3
4
(B)
4
5
(C)
2
5
(D) 4
Q.27 The equation x
2
(2k + 1) x + k
2
1 = 0 has two
roots : sin 1 and cos 1, where k and 1 are both
real constants. Then k equals
(A) 1 (B) 0
(C)
2
1
(D) 1
Q.28 A two digit number N contains the smaller of the
two digits in the unit place. The product of the
digits is 40 and the difference between the digits is
3. The sum of the digits in N is
(A) 11 (B) 12
(C) 13 (D) 14
Q.23 li ni n i; n r| i| lni, -n-ii
lii -ii i i n 3a r| ni | n i
-i ri ni
(A) a 2
(B) a 1
3 a
1 a 5 a
\$
\$ #
(C) a
(D) a + 1
Q.24 i~-| i| | i| r; r nii li
29 lni r| r i| ii| i| r; r n
;i 18.5 lni ri ini r| r
lnri; i| i| ri n i~-| i rini
(A) 14 (B) 15
(C) 16 (D) 17
Q.25 -ii T -ir li l| +i; h r nii
n S l| ii s r| l T i S i
i -i ri ni
s
h
i -i ri ni
(A)
4
1
3 (B) 3 2
(C)
4
3 2 (D) 1
Q.26 l A
c
-i i n n i i r nii
-i | li r r i A
s
l n -i ,-i
i n n i i r, ni
s
c
A
A
i
rini
(A)
3
4
(B)
4
5
(C)
2
5
(D) 4
Q.27 -|i x
2
(2k + 1) x + k
2
1 = 0 i - r
sin 1 i cos 1, ri k nii 1 i i i-nl
r, ni k i -i i ri ni
(A) 1 (B) 0
(C)
2
1
(D) 1
Q.28 i i | i N l- ;i; -ii si-|
i r| ii i i ni 40 r i i i i
| n 3 r| i N ii i i in
rini
(A) 11 (B) 12
(C) 13 (D) 14
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Q.29 If a
x
= c
q
= b and c
y
= a
z
= d, then
(A) xy = qz (B)
z
q
y
x
2
(C) x + y = q + z (D) x y = q z
Q.30 The smallest prime number that divides the sum
(7
11
+ 11
13
) is
(A) 2 (B) 3
(C) 5 (D) 7
Q.31 In quadrilateral ABCD,
AC 3 BC and AD 3 CD,
as shown.
A
D
C
11
B
If AB = 11 units, then the sum of the squares of
the sides of this quadrilateral, is
(A) 122 (B) 132
(C) 242 (D) 121
Q.32 ABCD is a trapezium and EF is its median. The
length of the segment GH, is
(A) 3
(B) 2
B
F
C D
E
A
G H
6
14
(C) 4
(D) 5
Q.33 The sum of all distinct solutions for
x : ! "
! "
1 11 x 7 x
30 x 11 x
2
2
2 # \$
# \$
, is
(A) 11 (B) 13
(C) 18 (D) 25
Q.34 Which one of the following in NOT a Pythagorean
triplet?
(A) 13, 84, 85 (B) 24, 45, 63
(C) 48, 55, 73 (D) 65, 72, 97
Q.35 The expressi on E =
x tan x sec
x cos x sec x tan
#
\$ #
wherever defined, simplifies to
(A) cosec x (B) sin x
(C) tan x (D) cot x
Q.36 Two circles touch each other externally. If the sum
of their area is 28' and the distance between their
centres is 6 then the length of their external
common tangent is
(A) 4 (B) 8
(C)
10 2
(D)
2 8
Q.29 l a
x
= c
q
= b i c
y
= a
z
= d ri, ni
(A) xy = qz (B)
z
q
y
x
2
(C) x + y = q + z (D) x y = q z
Q.30 in (7
11
+ 11
13
) i liiln i|
si -| ii i ri n|
(A) 2 (B) 3
(C) 5 (D) 7
Q.31 ni ABCD - ,
AC 3 BC i AD 3 CD,
i l iii ni r|
A
D
C
11
B
l AB = 11 ;i; ri, ni ni | iii ni
i in ri ni
(A) 122 (B) 132
(C) 242 (D) 121
Q.32 ABCD -- r i EF ;| -in r|
iin GH | -i; ri n|
(A) 3
(B) 2
B
F
C D
E
A
G H
6
14
(C) 4
(D) 5
Q.33 x :
! "
! "
1 11 x 7 x
30 x 11 x
2
2
2 # \$
# \$
l i| lli -ii i in ri ni
(A) 11 (B) 13
(C) 18 (D) 25
Q.34 l- - i i i;iini l l r| r?
(A) 13, 84, 85 (B) 24, 45, 63
(C) 48, 55, 73 (D) 65, 72, 97
Q.35 E =
x tan x sec
x cos x sec x tan
#
\$ #
ri i| liilin r, i |i ini
(A) cosec x (B) sin x
(C) tan x (D) cot x
Q.36 i -i i i; -i n r| l
i i i n 28' ri i i | |
| 6 ri ni | il- -i ii | -i;
rin|
(A) 4 (B) 8
(C)
10 2
(D)
2 8
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Q.37 Equilateral triangle ABC is cut by line l such that l
parallel BC. If AC = 1 and the area &DAE is
equal to the area of trapezoid BDEC, the height
of &DAE, is
(A)
8
3
(B)
2
2

A
D E
B C
l
(C)
4
6
(D)
2
3
Q.38 An isosceles trapezoid ABCD (shown) has base
AB = 10, CD = 6. If the diagonals AC and BD
intersect in point F and the altitude GE, of length
8, passes through F, then the length of EF, is
(A)
2 5
(B) 5
D C
A B
E
G
F
(C) 3
(D) 4
Q.39 The sum of the values of m for which the quadratic
polynomial f(x) = x
2
+ (m + 5)x + (5m + 1) is a
perfect square, is
(A) 3 (B) 7
(C) 8 (D) 10
Q.40 The value of
4
2
90
0 x
2
x sin
(A) 2 (B)
2
89
(C) 45 (D)
2
91
Q.41 The value of the sum
4
2
\$ # #
2001
1 n
1 n 2 1 n 2
2
, is
equal to
(A)
1 2002 \$
(B)
1 4003 \$
(C)
1 2002 #
(D)
1 4003 #
Q.37 -ir li ABC i ii l ,ii ; i
i-i ini r l l ii BC -in ri| l
AC = 1 i li &DAE i i nii --
BDEC i i i ri, ni li &DAE |
+i; ri n|
(A)
8
3
(B)
2
2

A
D E
B C
l
(C)
4
6
(D)
2
3
Q.38 -l,ir -- ABCD (iii ni r) li
iii AB = 10, CD = 6 r| l li AC i
BD i l F lnsln n r i
- GE l| -i; 8 r l F nni r, ni
EF | -i; ri n|
(A)
2 5
(B) 5
D C
A B
E
G
F
(C) 3
(D) 4
Q.39 m i| -ii i i n l l l,iin r
f(x) = x
2
+ (m + 5)x + (5m + 1) i n
ini ri , ri ni
(A) 3 (B) 7
(C) 8 (D) 10
Q.40
4
2
90
0 x
2
x sin i -i ri ni
(A) 2 (B)
2
89
(C) 45 (D)
2
91
Q.41
4
2
\$ # #
2001
1 n
1 n 2 1 n 2
2
i -i i ri ni
(A)
1 2002 \$
(B)
1 4003 \$
(C)
1 2002 #
(D)
1 4003 #
CODE : A PAGE NO. # 22
Q.42 If r
1
and r
2
are the roots of the equation
323x
2
1721x + 2001 = 0, then the value of
2
2 1 2
2
1
2 1
2
2 1 2
2
1
2
2
2
2 1 2
2
1
2
1
r r r r
r r 2
r r r r
r
r r r r
r
#
#
#
#
#
, is
(A)
2001
1721 \$
(B)
2001
1721
(C)
1721
2001
(D)
1721
2001 \$
Q.43 The number N =
3 3
5 2 5 2 \$ # # equals
(A) 1 (B)
1 5 \$
(C)
3
2
(D)
3
2 5 \$
Q.44 If the quadratic equation x
2
px q = 0 has two
distinct real roots, then
(A) p
2
4q 5 0 (B) p
2
+ 4q 5 0
(C) p
2
> 4q (D) p
2
> 4q
Q.45 Given that 7
y
= 49
x+6
and 32
x
= 16
y9
,
then | x y | is
(A) 9 (B) 8
(C) 12 (D) 16
Q.42 l r
1
r
2
-|i 323x
2
1721x + 2001 = 0
- ri , ni 2
2 1 2
2
1
2 1
2
2 1 2
2
1
2
2
2
2 1 2
2
1
2
1
r r r r
r r 2
r r r r
r
r r r r
r
#
#
#
#
#
i -i ri ni
(A)
2001
1721 \$
(B)
2001
1721
(C)
1721
2001
(D)
1721
2001 \$
Q.43 i N =
3 3
5 2 5 2 \$ # # i ri n|
(A) 1 (B)
1 5 \$
(C)
3
2
(D)
3
2 5 \$
Q.44 l l,iin -|i x
2
px q = 0 i li
i-nl - ri, ni
(A) p
2
4q 5 0 (B) p
2
+ 4q 5 0
(C) p
2
> 4q (D) p
2
> 4q
Q.45 li r 7
y
= 49
x+6
i 32
x
= 16
y9
ri , ni | x y | i -i ri ni
(A) 9 (B) 8
(C) 12 (D) 16
Q.46 Which position-versus-time graph represents the
motion shown in the motion diagram.
x
v
!
Motion diagram
0
t = 0
(A)
0
x
t
(B)
0
x
t
(C)
0
x
t
(D)
0
x
t
Q.46 ii l-iln - l - | n| nln i iini
r
x
v
!
Motion diagram
0
t = 0
(A)
0
x
t
(B)
0
x
t
(C)
0
x
t
(D)
0
x
t
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Q.47 The figure shows a binary star system. The mass
of star-2 is twice the mass of star-1. Compared
to
2 on 1
F
!
, the magnitude of the force
1 on 2
F
!
is
m
2
m
1
F
2 on 1
!
(A) Four times as big (B) Twice as big
(C) The same size (D) Half as big
Q.48 Bats can detect small objects such as insects that
are of a size on the order of a wavelength. If bats
emit a chirp at a frequency of 60 kHz and the
speed of soundwaves in air is 330 m/s, what is the
smallest size insect they can detect ?
(A) 1.5 mm (B) 3.5 mm
(C) 5.5 mm (D) 7.5 mm
Q.49 When a child throws a body upwards :
(1) During throw biochemical energy of child is
transformed into the kinetic energy of the body.
(2) After throw, the kinetic energy of child start
converting into the potential energy of body.
(A) both 1 and 2 are correct
(B) both are wrong
(C) only 1 is correct
(D) only 2 is correct
Q.50 In order for two objects to have the same
temperature, they must
(A) be in thermal equilibrium
(B) be in thermal contact with each other.
(C) have the same feeling of "hotness" or
"coldness" when touched
(D) have all of the properties listed above.
Q.51 A 5kg piece of lead (specific heat 0.03 cal/gC)
having temperature of 80C is added to 500 g of
water specific heat 1 cal/gC having a temperature
of 20C. What is the final equilibrium temperature
(in C) of the system ?
(A) 79 (B) 34
(C) 54 (D) 26
Q.47 l - ir ni (binary star) li i iii ni
r| ni-2 i -i ni-1 ni r|
2 on 1
F
!
|
ni -
1 on 2
F
!
i l-ii rini
m
2
m
1
F
2 on 1
!
(A) i ni i (B) i ni i
(C) i (D) iii
Q.48 -ni si- |- i ni r li ii
n n - i ri ni r| l -ni 60 kHz |
iln i ni r nii ri - l nni | i
330 m/s r, ni si- |- i ii l
-ni ni r nii `
(A) 1.5 mm (B) 3.5 mm
(C) 5.5 mm (D) 7.5 mm
Q.49 i; i -n i + | n ni r
(1) n - iil +i, -n | nln
+i - in| r
(2) i, i | nln +i, -n |
l-iln +i - in| r
(A) 1 2 ii r| r
(B) ii nn r
(C) 1 r| r
(D) 2 r| r
Q.50 i -ni i ni-i -i ri l
(A) ii i +-| i-i-ii - rii i r
(B) ii i +-| - - rii
i r
(C) s -i n-ir- i -i -r ri ni
(D) + | n; i| -ii ri| ilr|
Q.51 80C ni-i 5kg | (lead) - (lli-
+-i 0.03 cal/gC) i 20C ni-i 1 cal/gC
lli- +-i 500 g i| ii l-ii ini r|
li i ln- ni-i (C -) rini `
(A) 79 (B) 34
(C) 54 (D) 26
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Q.52 Two cannonballs are dropped from a second floor
physics lab at height h above the ground. Ball B
has four times the mass of ball A. When the balls
pass the bottom of a first floor window at height
4
h
above the ground, the relation between their
kinetic energies, K
A
and K
B
is
(A) K
A
= 4K
B
(B) K
A
= 2K
B
(C) K
A
= K
B
(D) K
B
= 4K
A
Q.53 Tanu says that if you release the string when
swinging a ball in a horizontal circle, the ball flies
out in the radial direction defined by the string at
the instant you release the ball. Manu says that it
flies out along a tangent line perpendicular to the
string. Which one, if either, is correct ?
(A) Tanu & Manu both are wrong
(B) Tanu is correct & Manu is wrong
(C) Tanu is wrong & Manu is correct
(D) Either may be correct depending on the initial
speed.
Q.54 You throw a ball up in the air and hold your hand
under it to catch it when it comes down. The reason
why the ball stops is because.
(A) your hand exerts a force on the ball in the
direction opposite to its velocity.
(B) your hand exerts a force on the ball
perpendicular to its velocity.
(C) your hand exerts a force on the ball in the
direction of its velocity.
(D) Your hand and the ball exert forces in the same
direction on each other.
Q.55 A particle confined to motion along the x-axis
moves with constant acceleration from x = 2.0 m
to x = 8.0 m during a 2.5 s time interval. The
velocity of the particle at x = 8 m is 2.8 m/s. What
is the acceleration during this time interval
(A) 0.48 m/s
2
(B) 0.32 m/s
2
(C) 0.65 m/s
2
(D) 0.80 m/s
2
Q.52 i ni i iiln iniii | 'h' +i; l,n|
- l si i ni r | n B i -i n A i
ni r| ii n r| -l | li|
l l i n
4
h
+i; r, nn| r, ni
| nln +i K
A
nii K
B
| - -i
rini
(A) K
A
= 4K
B
(B) K
A
= 2K
B
(C) K
A
= K
B
(D) K
B
= 4K
A
Q.53 n rni r l n- iln -i - i - r| -| i
-n n ri ni n i -n ii n l|
lii - ir | i nln n| r| - rn| r l
r -| -n -ii| lii - nln n||
i, l ri ni - r `
(A) n - ii nn r
(B) n - r - nn r
(C) n nn r - - r
(D) il-i i iii ii - ri n r
Q.54 r- n i ri - + | n n r nii
i riii i | in r nil n i | in
n | n i ii rini
(A) n-ri rii n n | lii l|n
nin r
(B) n-ri rii n n -n lii -
nin r
(C) n-ri rii n n | lii - nin r
(D) n-ri rii nii n ii i r|
lii - nin r
Q.55 i ln -i x = 2.0 m x = 8.0 m 2.5
s - ni - nln l i r|
x = 8 m i i n 2.8 m/s r | ; - ni
- i -i rini
(A) 0.48 m/s
2
(B) 0.32 m/s
2
(C) 0.65 m/s
2
(D) 0.80 m/s
2
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Q.56 Uni t of the quanti ty. 6 coefficient of viscosity is,
given 6 =
) v v ( A
) x x ( F
1 2
1 2
\$
\$
.
F 7 force, A 7 area, (v
2
v
1
) 7 change in
velocity, (x
2
x
1
) 7 difference of positions.
(A) N- m /s
2
(B) N-s/m
2
(C) N/m
2
-s (D) N/s-m
2
Q.57 1 gm of coal on complete combustion liberates
350 kJ of energy. Then the power of a hearth, in
kilowatts, in which 36 kg of coal is burnt per hour
will be :
(A) 350 kW (B) 1260 kW
(C) 1,26,000 kW (D) 3500 kW
Q.58 Three pith balls supported by insulating threads
hang from a support. We know that ball X is
positively charged. When ball X is brought near
balls Y and Z without touching them, it attracts Y
and repels Z. We can say that
(A) Y has negative charge and Z has positive charge
(B) Y has positive charge and Z has ve charge
(C) Y as well as Z have positive charges.
(D) Y as well as Z have negative charge.
Q.59 If R
1
= 108, R
2
= 158, R
3
= 208, and I = 0.50
A, at what rate is heat being generated in these
resistors?
I
R
2
R
3
R
1
(A) 11 W (B) 16 W
(C) 22 W (D) 1.1 W
Q.60 What is the equivalent resistance between points
A and B in the figure when R = 108?
R
2R
2R
5R
R
B
A
(A) 20 8 (B) 10 8
(C) 25 8 (D) 15 8
Q.56 6 =
) v v ( A
) x x ( F
1 2
1 2
\$
\$
,ii | i i| ili ini
nii 6 i -i rini
F 7 , A 7 i, (v
2
v
1
) 7 n - ln,
(x
2
x
1
) 7 l-iln - n
(A) N- m /s
2
(B) N-s/m
2
(C) N/m
2
-s (D) N/s-m
2
Q.57 1 gm i i ir i 350 kJ +i i ni
r| n i--| (hearth) | iln ni l- l
36 kg ii ln i-i ii ini r
(A) 350 kW (B) 1260 kW
(C) 1,26,000 kW (D) 3500 kW
Q.58 n| n i l-i | rini iii
- n| r; r| r- in r l n X ii-- i i
r| n X i li -i l Y nii Z i -
ii ini r ni Y i ilin n| r nii Z i
lnlin n| r ni r- li li n r, l
(A) Y ~ii-- Z ii-- ii r|
(B) Y ii-- ii Z ve ii rini
(C) Y Z ii-- ii r|
(D) Y Z ~ii-- ii r|
Q.59 l R
1
= 108, R
2
= 158, R
3
= 208, nii I =
0.50 A, ni ; lniii - l +-i i ri
r| r `
I
R
2
R
3
R
1
(A) 11 W (B) 16 W
(C) 22 W (D) 1.1 W
Q.60 l - l n A nii B | - n~ lnii nin
i| l R = 108 r ?
R
2R
2R
5R
R
B
A
(A) 20 8 (B) 10 8
(C) 25 8 (D) 15 8
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Q.61 Which two circuits are exactly equivalent ?
(a)
R
3
R
1
R
2
110V
(b)
R
2
R
1
R
3
110V
(c)
R
3
R
2
R
1
110V
(d)
R
2
R
1
R
3
110V
(e)
R
1
R
2
R
3
110V
(A) (a) and (b) (B) (b) and (c)
(C) (c) and (d) (D) (b) and (e)
Q.62 A series circuit consists of a 100 V DC power
source, a 100 8 resistor, and a variable resistor
of resistance R, which varies from 0 to 100 8.
The current in the circuit is
R 1008
100V
(A) directly proportional to R
(B) inversely proportional to R
(C) directly proportional to (1008 + R)
(D) inversely proportional to (1008 + R)
Q.63 Which diagram correctly shows the magnetic field
lines created by a circular current loop in which
current flows in the direction shown ?
(A)
B
I
(B)
B
I
(C)
I
B
(D)
I
B
Q.61 ;- i i li l~ n~ r `
(a)
R
3
R
1
R
2
110V
(b)
R
2
R
1
R
3
110V
(c)
R
3
R
2
R
1
110V
(d)
R
2
R
1
R
3
110V
(e)
R
1
R
2
R
3
110V
(A) (a) (b) (B) (b) (c)
(C) (c) (d) (D) (b) (e)
Q.62 i| li - 100 8 i lnii nii
lni| lnii R i 0 100 8 n llnn
ri ni r i 100 V DC -in ii ni r|
li - iii rin|
R 1008
100V
(A) R -iin|
(B) R --iin|
(C) (1008 + R) -iin|
(D) (1008 + R) --iin|
Q.63 l- ii l l n - | n; iii
i -| iii i r| lin ri
r `
(A)
B
I
(B)
B
I
(C)
I
B
(D)
I
B
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Q.64 The reason the north pole of a bar magnet free to
rotate points north is because
(A) the south geographic pole of the earth is the
earth's magnetic north pole.
(B) the south geographic pole of the earth is the
earth's magnetic south pole.
(C) there is a net accumulation of negative magnetic
charge at the earth's south geographic pole.
(D) there is a net accumulation of positive magnetic
charge at the earth's north geographic pole.
Q.65 The difference between a DC and an AC
generator is that
(A) the DC generator has one slip ring split in two
halves.
(B) the DC generator has one unbroken slip ring.
(C) the AC generator has one unbroken slip ring.
(D) the AC generator has one slip ring split in two
halves.
Q.66 The speed of light changes when it goes from ethyl
alcohol (n = 1.361) to carbon tetrachloride (n =
1.461). The ratio of the speed in carbon
tetrachloride to the speed in ethyl alcohol, v
2
/v
1
,
is
(A) 1.99 (B) 0.93
(C)1.07 (D) 0.51
Q.67 A telescope is constructed with two lenses
separated by a distance of 25 cm. The focal length
of the objective is 20 cm. The focal length of the
eyepiece is 5 cm. Calculate the angular
magnification of the telescope.
(A) 6 (B) 4
(C) 8 (D) 10
Q.68 If you stand closer to a concave mirror than a
distance of one focal length, the image you see is
(A) real and inverted
(B) virtual and upright
(C) real and upright
(D) none of the above because you do not get an
image.
Q.64 ii l -n - -i| i i -i |
i ri i ii rini
(A) iinil lii i, i- i -i i r
(B) iinil lii i, i- i lii i r
(C) ilii i ~ii-- -| ii ;--i
rni r
(D) i-i i ii-- -| ii ;--i
rni r
Q.65 DC nii AC l - n r
(A) DC l - | i iini - --| r;
rin| r
(B) DC l - li - -| r ; | ri n| r
(C) AC l - li --| r; | rin| r
(D) AC l - | i iini - --| rin|
r
Q.66 ii ii; ~ir (n = 1.361) i
--i ii; (n = 1.461) - ini r, ni i n
llnn ri ini r| i - -i i i; nii ii;
~i r - ii n i in v
2
/v
1
nin i
(A) 1.99 (B) 0.93
(C)1.07 (D) 0.51
Q.67 i| (telescope) i i ii ni r
l | | | 25 cm r| li |
i -i; 20 cm nii li | i -i;
5 cm r| i| i ii| ii i rini `
(A) 6 (B) 4
(C) 8 (D) 10
Q.68 l r- l| n i | i -i;
i | i r ni r- i lnl- in, r
(A) i-nl nii ~-i
(B) iii| nii |ii
(C) i-nl nii |ii
(D) in - i; r| il n-r lnl- r|
in r| rini
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Q.69 Which ray diagrams are correct ? The three rays
in each diagram are distinguished by different types
of lines.
(a)
I
O
(b)
I
O
(c)
I
O
(d)
I
O
(e)
I
O
(A) (b) and (c) (B) (c) and (d)
(C) (d) and (e) (D) (c), (d) and (e)
Q.70 Consider an arrangement which consists of two
converging lenses of focal lengths 40 cm and
100 cm having a common optical axis. A light beam
of diameter 4 mm is incident on the 40 cm focal
length lens as shown in figure. The diameter of the
final beam will be
(A) 2.5 cm (B) 0.8 cm
(C) 1 cm (D) 2 cm
Q.71 What value of Z (atomic number) and A (mass
number) result in the following gamma decay ?
9 # 7 X C
A
Z
12
6
(A) Z = 5 ; A = 12 (B) Z = 4 ; A = 8
(C) Z = 7 ; A = 12 (D) Z = 6 ; A = 12
Q.72 How much work is done in stopping a body of
mass 5kg moving at a speed 5m/s on a smooth
frictionless plane:
(A) 31.25 Joule (B) 125 Joule
(C) 60 Joule (D) 62.5 Joule
Q.69 l- - ii li l r| r| - l -
n|i li nn iii ii| n; r `
(a)
I
O
(b)
I
O
(c)
I
O
(d)
I
O
(e)
I
O
(A) (b) (c) (B) (c) (d)
(C) (d) (e) (D) (c), (d) (e)
Q.70 li - i -i l| i -i;
40 cm nii 100 cm r nii ii | ili
i r | ii li i 4 mm r , 40
cm i -i; i ilnn ri ni r , l
i i i nii|
(A) 2.5 cm (B) 0.8 cm
(C) 1 cm (D) 2 cm
Q.71 l n ni-i i l Z (-ii i) nii A
(-i i) i rin `
9 # 7 X C
A
Z
12
6
(A) Z = 5 ; A = 12 (B) Z = 4 ; A = 8
(C) Z = 7 ; A = 12 (D) Z = 6 ; A = 12
Q.72 -n li -i 5kg r, 5m/s l n
nlni| r| -n i i l lni i
i i ni `
(A) 31.25 Joule (B) 125 Joule
(C) 60 Joule (D) 62.5 Joule
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Q.73 Select the correct matching sequence.
(1) Stoney (a) A stream of positively
charged particles
(2) Milliken (b) Electron
(3) Wein (c) neutron
(4) Chadwick (d) charge on an electron
(A) 1d; 2b; 3c; 4a
(B) 1b; 2d; 3a; 4c
(C) 1c; 2b; 3a; 4d
(D) none of these is correct.
Q.74 Select the correct sequence of True (T) and false
(F) statement :
(I) Ethanoic acid is used as a coagulating agent
for preparation of casein from milk.
(II) Acetic acid dissolves sulphur.
(III) Esterification reaction is reversible.
(A) T,T,F (B) T, F, F
(C) F, F, T (D) none of these is correct.
Q.75 Correct IUPAC matching option out of these is

(A) (P)(J); (Q)(L) ; (R)(K) ; (S)(M)
(B) (P)(L) ; (Q)(J) ; (R)(M) ; (S)(K)
(C) (P)(M); (Q)(L) ; (R)(K) ; (S)(J)
(D) None of these is correct
Q.76 Select correct sequence of True (T), False (F)
statement-
I. Calcium hydroxide is a weak base
II. Boric acid is tribasic acid
III. 80% (w/w) solution of ethanoic acid is stronger
than a 20% (w/w) solution of sulphuric acid
IV. A insoluble base is formed when sodium
hydroxide reacts with iron (III) chloride
(A) F F F T (B) T F F T
(C) T F F F (D) T T T F
Q.73 r| l-i i - l|
(1) --i | (a) iilin ii i
(2) l-l (b) ; -i
(3) | (c) -i
(4) | (d) ;-i ii
(A) 1d; 2b; 3c; 4a
(B) 1b; 2d; 3a; 4c
(C) 1c; 2b; 3a; 4d
(D) ;- i; r| r|
Q.74 r| i nn i i r| - l|
(I) ii; - i in i | i
l - - li ini r|
(II) ll- - ni i iln n| r|
(III) --|i lili --i| r|
(A) T,T,F (B) T, F, F
(C) F, F, T (D) ;- i; r| r|
Q.75 ;- r| IUPAC l-i ii l~ i|

(A) (P)(J); (Q)(L) ; (R)(K) ; (S)(M)
(B) (P)(L) ; (Q)(J) ; (R)(M) ; (S)(K)
(C) (P)(M); (Q)(L) ; (R)(K) ; (S)(J)
(D) ;- i; r| r| r
Q.76 r| i nn i r| - l
I. l~- ri;ii; ii r|
II. il - lii| - r|
III. i i ; - i 80% (w/w) l ~l
- 20% (w/w) l r|
IV. il- ri;ii;, i (III) ii;
lili ni r ni l ii in rini
r |
(A) F F F T (B) T F F T
(C) T F F F (D) T T T F
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Q.77 You are given four reactions-
I. Fe
2
O
3
+ 3CO 7 2 Fe + 3CO
2
II. H
2
S + Br
2
7 2 HBr + S
III. 3 MnO
2
+ 4 Al 7 2 Al
2
O
3
+ 3 Mn
IV. ZnO + C 7 Zn + CO
Select incorrect statement about these
(A) In I Fe
2
O
3
is oxidising agent
(B) In II H
2
S is reducing agent
(C) In III MnO
2
is reducing agent
(D) In IV ZnO is oxidising agent
Q.78 Which one of the following is correct option about
showing the catenation property of element-
(A) Benzene (B) S
8
molecule
(C) HS(S)
n
SH (D) All A, B, C
Q.79 Consider the given part of P.T. and select incorrect
statement
B C N O F
Al Si P S Cl
Ga Ge As Se Br
In Sn Sb Te I
Tl Pb Bi Po At
(A) In, Tl, Bi, Po are four elements showing
ductility
(B) B, C, Si all three can form giant molecules
with other atoms on combination
(C) N, O, P, I all four form small molecules
(D) None of these
Q.80 Given that the vapour pressure of liquid mercury
[density = 13.6 g/ml] is 0.0000041 atmp at 27C.
What weight of mercury would it take to pollute a
room that is 4 3 2 m
3
[Assume mercury vapour
to be an ideal gas R = .082 L atm k
1
mol
1
]
[Hg = 200]
(A) 800 gm (B) 600 gm
(C) 180 gm (D) None of these
Q.77 ii i lili | n; r
I. Fe
2
O
3
+ 3CO 7 2 Fe + 3CO
2
II. H
2
S + Br
2
7 2 HBr + S
III. 3 MnO
2
+ 4 Al 7 2 Al
2
O
3
+ 3 Mn
IV. ZnO + C 7 Zn + CO
; l nn i i |l|
(A) I - Fe
2
O
3
i|i i- r|
(B) II - H
2
S i i- r|
(C) III - MnO
2
i i- r|
(D) IV - ZnO i|i i- r|
Q.78 l- - ii r| l~ r i n- Catenation
ni i iini r|
(A) | (B) S
8
i
(C) HS(S)
n
SH (D) i| A, B, C
Q.79 l n in ii| iin l nn i
ri ni|
B C N O F
Al Si P S Cl
Ga Ge As Se Br
In Sn Sb Te I
Tl Pb Bi Po At
(A) In, Tl, Bi, Po ii n- nni iin r|
(B) B, C, Si n|i ii ii
ii i l-ii n r|
(C) N, O, P, I ii si- ii i l-ii n r|
(D) ;- i; r|
Q.80 27C i i i i- 0.0000041 atmp
li ni r | i i i- = 13.6 g/ml r |
4 3 2 m
3
i - i lin l i
i lni ii li ini`
[-ii | i | i ii n r ,
R = .082 L atm k
1
mol
1
] [Hg = 200]
(A) 800 gm (B) 600 gm
(C) 180 gm (D) ;- i; r|
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Q.81 Two elements Q and R form a compound with
formula Q
2
R
5
. 100 gm of sample of this compound
contains 50 g of Q. Then the ratio of atomic mass
of Q to at. mass of R will be-
(A)
2
5
(B)
5
2
(C)
5
3
(D) Can not be predicted data insufficient
Q.82 Select incorrect statement
[C = 12, H = 1, Ge = 72.6]
(A) The term would a chemist use to describe
haematite is ore
(B) The molar mass of tetraphenyl germane
[(C
6
H
5
)
4
Ge] will be 380.6
(C) A refrigerant should have high volatility and
low reactivity
(D) Fuels are materials with energy stored is the
bonds of molecules
Q.83 Select incorrect statement-
(A) An addition compound obtained by a reaction
involving no valency change is called an adduct
(B) Formula of aluminium acetate is CH
3
COOAl
(C) Silicon carbide is used as an abrasive
(D) One degree absolute is equal to one degree
Q.84 Select false statement-
(A) Life is built on the chemistry of carbon,
whereas the solid earth that supports life is built
on the chemistry of element below it in P.T.
(B) There is a chemical difference between Iron,
Pig rion, Cast iron and steel
(C) The IV state of matter PLASMA can not
conduct electricity
(D) NaCl, HCl and Fe
2
O
3
are all examples of
binary compounds
Q.85 How many gms of O
2
could you produce at the
most from no more than 1 gm of OF
2
and 1 gm of
H
2
O on reaction? [O = 16, F = 19]
(A) 0.592 gm (B) 2.48 gm
(C) 1.235 gm (D) none of these
Q.81 i n- Q nii R iln in r li
Q
2
R
5
r| ; iln 100 gm lni - 50 g Q
l-in r ni Q nii R -ii iii i in
rini
(A)
2
5
(B)
5
2
(C)
5
3
(D) ii r| i ni, i in r|
Q.82 nn i i l|
[C = 12, H = 1, Ge = 72.6]
(A) r--i;- i l--- ,ii - ri ini r|
(B) --il - [(C
6
H
5
)
4
Ge] i -i -i
380.6 rini|
(C) i|n ii| nii l- lilii|
rini r|
(D) ;i ii r l- +i ii i -
nlrn rin| r|
Q.83 nn i i l
(A) lili in ini-- iln l-
ini - ln r| rini adduct rini r|
(B) ~l-l- l-- i CH
3
COOAl r
(C) l| i ; i i n ii - ri ni r
(D) ln| - ni ln| -|n i
rini r|
Q.84 - i i
(A) i i | i r, l -i
| i | l ri r r in ii| -
i | n- | r|
(B) iri, l-i iri, i iri nii ;-in -
il nii - n r|
(C) | IV -ii i-i lnn i i r|
n| r|
(D) NaCl, HCl nii Fe
2
O
3
l, n| i lni iri
r |
Q.85 1gm OF
2
nii 1 gm H
2
O | lili O
2

lin- ln ni- in l i n r`
[O = 16, F = 19]
(A) 0.592 gm (B) 2.48 gm
(C) 1.235 gm (D) ;- i; r|
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Q.86 Methane gas, water vapour, nitrogen gas and
dioxygen all four react to give only two gases one
is acidic in nature, other is basic. Then
stoichiometric coefficients of acidic and basic
gases formed in the balanced chemical equation
respectively are
(A) 7, 16 (B) 9, 18
(C) 7, 12 (D) 6, 14
Q.87 Which of the following has maximum number of
neutrons per proton?
(A) S
32
16
(B) Ag
107
47
(C) Au
197
79
(D) Fe
56
26
Q.88 Select incorrect statement
(A) O
2
, S
2
and Se
2

are chalcogenide dianions
(B) He

, Li, Be
+
and B
2+
will have same
electronic configuration
[At. No. He = 2, Li = 3, Be = 4, B = 5]
(C) House-hold LYE should never be used in
aluminium containers
(D) Fe(FeO
2
)
2
is not an oxide of iron.
Q.89 Select incorrect statement
(A) The molecules in chemistry are three
dimensional assuming this to be true the forces
between two HCl polar molecules are always
attractive.
(B) The inhibition or a complete suppression of a
chemical process by the reaction products is called
passivation.
(C) Antimony (At. wt. 121.8) forms more than
one oxide. When 20 gm of antimony reacts with
3.95 gm dioxygen the formula of the oxide formed
will be Sb
2
O
3
(D) A hypothetical gaseous compound of C,H and
S is burnt in air. It is found that 3 volume of the
compound gives 3 volume CO
2
, 3 volume SO
2
and 6 volume water vapour. Then the
formula of the compound can be CH
4
S.
Q.90 Which gas will form bubbles on being slowly
passed through water?
(A) Ammonia
(B) Phosphine
(C) Hydrogen chloride gas
(D) None of these
Q.86 - i n, i, i;-i n nii i;i|
ii lili i n in| r
-| ln nii | ii| ln || nln
il -|i - -| nii ii| ni
-|il-n| nii -i r
(A) 7, 16 (B) 9, 18
(C) 7, 12 (D) 6, 14
Q.87 l- - l- ln i-i -i | i
lin- r`
(A) S
32
16
(B) Ag
107
47
(C) Au
197
79
(D) Fe
56
26
Q.88 nn i l
(A) O
2
, S
2
nii Se
2

ii| l,~ii r|
(B) He

, Li, Be
+
nii B
2+
;-i| li
-i rin
[At. No. He = 2, Li = 3, Be = 4, B = 5]
(C) i |i i| i in ~l-l- i
n - r| li ini|
(D) Fe(FeO
2
)
2
ir i ii; r| r|
Q.89 nn i l
(A) i - i lll- ri n r r - -ii ini
r ;l i i| HCl ii - iii
rini r|
(B) iil li i lili -i
,ii i i i i ln lin i l-ini rin|
r |
(C) -|-| (At. wt. 121.8) li i i;
in| r 20 gm -|-| 3.95 gm i;i|
ii lin rin| r ni i ii; i
Sb
2
O
3
rini|
(D) C,H nii S i~l iln i i -
ii ini r| iln 3 in n r, CO
2

3 in, SO
2
n| in nii i 6
in ini r, ni iln i CH
4
S ri ni
r |
Q.90 ri i|i| ilrn i| n
in| r?
(A) -ili
(B) i-|
(C) ri;i ii; n
(D) ;- i; r|