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## Path to success KOTA (RAJASTHAN)

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TEST # 03

TARGET : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2014

Date : 08 - 03 - 2014

PART-1 : MATHEMATICS
SECTION-I

Q.
A.
Q.
A.

SECTION-II

Q.1

SECTION-IV

Q.
A.

1
A
11
B
A
P
1
5

2
D
12
B
B
Q
2
5

3
B
13
B
C
T
3
7

4
B

5
D

6
C

D
S
4
5

5
6

6
4

7
A,B

8
A,D

9
A,B,C

10
A,B

SOLUTION
SECTION-I
1.

Ans. (A)

xn
Sol. Let g(x) = 1 + x + ....+
n
x n -1
g'(x) = 1 + x + ....+
xn = n (g(x) - g'(x))
n -1
I=

xn
1 + x + ......

x
n

dx = n

g(x) - g '(x)
dx = n [ x - loge (g(x))] + C .
g(x)

x2
xn
f(x) = ln 1 + x + + ..... +
2
n

2.
Ans. (D)
Sol. Put z = 1, sum of all coefficients
= (1 + 2 + 3 + .........n)2
= (Sn)2 = Sn3
3.
Ans. (B)
1
1
(cos x)-6 / 7 (- sin x) - (cos x) -2 / 3 ( - sin x)
1 1 1 2
3
= - =
.
Sol. l = lim 7
x0
2 3 7 21
2x
4.
Ans. (B)
Sol : Q

x + y + y - x = 5 .....(1)
2x
2x
.....(2)
x +y - y -x = 5 x + y - y-x =
5
2x
(1) + (2) 2 x + y = 5 +
5
4x 2
squaring, 4y = 25 +
15
4x 2 d 2 y 2
=
15 dx 2 25
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5.
Ans. (D)
Sol. No. of non decreasing onto functions is the number of positive integral solutions of
x1 + x2 + ....x5 = 10. ... (1). Which is 9C5
And number of total non decreasing functions is number of non negative integral solutions of (1) which
is 14C4 . So the required number of function is 14C4 9C5 = 875
6.
Ans. (C)
Sol. I r = sin -1

r +1 - r
r +1 - r
-1
= tan -1
r + 1 - tan -1 r
= tan
(r + 1)(r + 2)
1+ r +1 r

p
.
4

-1
n +1 Sn = tan

7.

Ans. (A,B)

2 -1 = f '

## where I = Integer and 0 < f , f ' < 1

Now

2 + 1 = n C0

2 - 1 = n C0

( 2)

( 2)
n

- n C1

+ n C1

( 2)

( 2)
n -1

n -1

( 2)

+ n C2

+ n C2

( 2)

n -2

n- 2

+ ..... + n C n

+ ..... + ( -1) . n C n
n

## If n is even, then f + f ' = 1 and I = odd integer f = 1 f '

f '= 0
\ Given limit = 1 . (1)odd int = 1 \ lim
n

## If n is odd, the f = f ' and I = even int.

\ Given limit = 0 (1)even int. = 0
8.
Ans. (A,D)
Sol. Number of such numbers of k digits is the number of solutions of the equation x1+ x2 +x3...+ xk = 8
subject to {x1 1 and x2, x3 , ...., xk 0}which is 6 +kCk1 .
such numbers are 1 + 8 + 36 + 120 =165.
(1 digit) (2 digit) (3 digit) (4 digit)

## So 170 number is 10043.

Ans. (A,B,C)
th

9.

x f(t)
f '(x ) (x + 1) 2
2
f(x)
=
(1
+
x
)
1
+
dt
=
Sol.
1 + t 2 on differenting we get
0

f (x )
1 + x2
loge f(x) = x + loge (1 + x2) + c. Since (f(0) = 1)
f(x) = ex (1 + x2)
10. Ans. (A,B)
n +1
Sol. Since sum of the greatest and the smallest terms is zero x < 0 and
is integer.
x
1+
12
that x can be 10 and 21.
11. Ans. (B)
Sol. Let the az2 + bz + c = 0 has roots z1 and z2 and |z1| = 1
-b
c
c
z1+z2= and z1z2 = |z1z2 | =
= 1 |z1| = |z2| = 1
a
a
a
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-b
= 1 (z1 + z 2 ) 1 + 1 = 1
a
z1 z 2
(z1 + z2)2 = z1z2 b2 = ac.
12. Ans. (B)
Sol. Since each equation has a root having modulus
b2 = ca and c2 = ab
a3 = b3 = c3
a, b, c are z, zw, zw2
a, b, c are the vertics of an equilaterial triangle.
13. Ans. (B)
Sol. az2 + bz + c = 0 and bz2 + cz + a = 0 have a root of modules
a, b, c are (z, zw, zw2).
ratio of cofficients of the two equatins are same
both the roots are same.
SECTION II
1.
Ans. (A) (P); (B) (Q); (C) (T); (D) (S)
|z1 + z2| =

Sol.

(A)

P(A)

(B)

P(B)

C2 3
=
C2 4

1
7

(Playing
in I round)

1.
Sol

2.

(C)

P(C) =

(D)

P(D) =

6 1 1 1
. . .
7 4 3 4

(Playing
in II round)

(Playing
in round III)

1
4

1
1 1
1
.4 . =
C 4 C 2 2 840
1 6 C3
1
.7
=
8 C 3 14
SECTIONIV
8

Ans. 5
Q sin1(sin12) + cos1(cos12)
= 12 4p + 4p 12 = 0
\ (n 2)x2 + 8x + n + 4 > 0 "x
n2>0n>2
D < 0 64 4(n 2)(n + 4) < 0
n2 + 2n 24 > 0
(n + 6)(n 4) > 0
n>4
Ans. 5

2
if x ( -, - 1)
- x

2
Sol : Q f(x) = a + bx if - 1 x 1
2

if x > 1
x
2b = 2 b = 1 and a = 3
3.
Ans. 7
a
b
c
: 2
: 2
= 3:4:5
2
a +1 b +1 c +1
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A
B
C
, b = tan and c = tan
2
2
2
Since ab + bc + ca = 1 A + B + C = 180.
sinA : sinB: sinC = 3 : 4 : 5.

let a = tan

4.

1 - a 2 1 - b2 1 - c2
So 5
+
+
= 5 [cosA + cosB + cosC] = 7
1 + a 2 1 + b 2 1 + c 2
Ans. 5
B

3
a
C

In DAMC
Also in D ABM,
In D ACM
AM + BM + CM

Maximum value

5.

90 - a

AM = 2 R sin a = c sin a
BM = 2 R sin (90 - a)
= 2R cos a
CM = 2R sin (90 - a + q)
= cos (q - a)
= 2R [sin a + cos a + cos (q - a)]
= c [sin a (1 + sin q)] + cos a [1 + cos q]
= sin a [c + a] + cos a [c + b]
=

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

92 + 82 = 145

Ans. 6

tan 2 x ( tan x ) + 1
sin n + 2 x + cos n +2 x
2
Sol. f(x) lim
=
cos
x
lim
n
n
n
sin n x + cos n x
( tan x ) + 1
p
2
cos x if 0 x 4
p/2
p/ 4
p/2
p+2
\
f ( x ) dx =
cos2 x dx +
sin 2 dx =
=
;
p
p
0
0
p
/
4
4
sin 2 x if < x <

4
2
n

\A+B=6

6.

Ans. 4
f(2x) f(x) = x

x x
f(x) f =
2
2
x x x
f -f =
2 4 4
.................................
.................................

x x
f(2x) - f(0) = x + + +......= 2x. f(x)= 1 + x
2 4
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PART-2 : PHYSICS
SECTION-I

Q.
A.
Q.
A.

SECTION-II

Q.1

SECTION-IV

Q.
A.

1
A
11
D
A
P,S,T
1
6

2
C
12
B
B
P,Q,R,T
2
3

3
A
13
C
C
R,S,T
3
9

4
A

5
D

6
D

D
P,R,S,T
4
4

5
5

6
5

7
A,B,D

8
B,D

9
A,D

10
A,B

SOLUTION
SECTIONI
1.

Ans. (A)

45
20
49
=
= 10 Total length l = f + f = 82
= 12 6 = 72 and f2 =
1
2
4

2
3 4
3 2 -
3 -

3
2 3
2.
Ans. (C)
di
di
di
Sol. 30 - L = i ( 20 + 5t ) Q = - ve 30 - L > 30 at t = 2sec ; i > 1 amp
dt
dt
dt
3.
Ans. (A)
Sol.

f1 =

mv
r r
Sol. If mass is more radius will be more R =
, F = q ( v B)
qB

4.

Ans. (A)
R
1 R + R1 2
=
Sol. R + R = 3 , R
1
1
2
2
5.
Ans. (D)
t
e
e
t
Sol. I1 = 1 e R1C1 lnI1 = 1 R1
R 1 R1 C1
e2
t
=
R 2 R 2 C2
From figure 3, it is clear that

Similarly lnI2 =

and
6.
Sol.
7.
Sol.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

e1
e
= 2
R1 R 2

...(i)

1
1
>
R1C1 R 2 C 2

...(ii)

Ans. (D)
Since final medium is same so ray is parallel to each other.
Ans. (A,B,D)
An indoergic reaction is one in which net energy has to be supplied.
Ans. (B,D)
Ans. (A,D)
Ans. (A,B)
Ans. (D)
Ans. (B)

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Ans. (C)

SECTIONII
1.
Ans. (A) (P,S,T); (B) (P,Q,R,T); (C) (R,S,T); (D) (P,R,S,T)
For (A) : The motion of the particle is on a straight line with constant speed.
For (B) : The motion of the particle is a helix with constant pitch. Projection on x and y axis are a0coswt
& a0sinwt respectively.
For (C) : The motion of the particle is elliptical path and origin is not at the focus. Projection on x & y
axis are a0sinwt & b0coswt respectively.
For (D) :The motion of the particle is on circular path with origin as center. Projection of particles
motion on x & y axis are a0 coswt & a0sinwt respectively.
SECTION-IV
1.
Ans. 6
Sol. Ka X-ray results from the transition of an electron from L shell to K shell. If the energy of the atom with
a vacancy in the K shell is EK and the energy with a vacancy in the L shell is EL, the energy of the photon
emitted is EK EL. the energy of the 71 pm photon is
hc 1242eVnm
=
= 17.5keV
l 71 10 -3 nm
Thus, EK EL = 17.5 keV
EL = 23.32 keV 17.5 keV = 5.82 keV.
Ans. 3
E=

2.

Sol. E0 =

2kl
4kl
=
(d / 2) d

## Electric field of r >> l.

E=

kQ
r

k ( ll )
r2

E 0 dl

E =

4r 2
3.
4.

Ans. 9
Ans. 4

Sol. As the material is of refractive index 1, qr is negative and q'r positive. Now qt = qr = qr
The total deviation of the outcoming ray from the incoming ray is 4qi 4
5.

Ans. 5
Br 2 w
Sol. V =
2
V Br 2 w
I= =
R
2R
2 3
Brw r
- mgr = 0
2R 2
4mgr R
w=
= 100s -1
B2 r 4
6.
Ans. 5
Sol. I = 2pe0aEv = 0.5 mA.
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PART-3 : CHEMISTRY
SECTION-I

Q.
A.
Q.
A.

SECTION-II

Q.1

SECTION-IV

Q.
A.

1
C
11
B
A
P,Q,T
1
2

2
C
12
C
B
P,Q,R,S,T

2
6

3
B
13
A
C
R,T
3
1

4
A

5
C

6
B

D
P,Q
4
6

5
6

6
6

7
A,C

8
A,B,C

9
A,B,C

10
B,C

SOLUTION
SECTIONI
1.
2.

Ans. (C)
Ans. (C)

+ CH3CH=CH2

Sol.

CH3CHCH3

OH

O2,D
H3O+

H3PO4

+ CH3COCH3

C
NH2OH/H+

CH3CONHCH3

## Acidic reagent (CH ) C=NOH

3 2

3.
Ans. (B)
Sol. Polymerization takes place by formation of following stable reaction intermediate
+

CH3CH

4.
8
Sol.
9.
13.
Sol.

1.

1.
5.

6.

CH3CH

CH3CH

## Ans. (A) ; 5. Ans. (C)

6. Ans. (B) ; 7. Ans. (A,C)
Ans. (A,B,C)
When vicinal di carboxylic acid is heated anhydride formation takes place to produce a stable compound.
Ans. (A,B,C) ; 10. Ans. (B,C) ; 11. Ans. (B) ; 12. Ans. (C)
Ans. (A)
For the visibility
1.55 eV < DE < 3.1 eV
3+
In Li sample DE6 5 = 9 x (0.54 0.36)
= 9 x 0.18 = 1.62 eV
(DE) 5 4 = (0.85 0.54) x 9 = 0.31 x 9 = 2.79 eV
(DE) 6 4 = (0.85 0.36) x 9 = 0.49 x 9 = 4.41 eV
SECTION II
Ans. (A) (P,Q,T); (B) (P,Q,R,S,T); (C) (R,T): (D) (P,Q)
Ketone do not respond to tollen's reagent and Fehling solution. HCOOH reacts with the same due to
presence of CHO group.
SECTIONIV
Ans. 2 ;
2. Ans. 6
3. Ans. 1 ;
4. Ans. 6
Ans. 6
Cl Cl H Cl
H
H
Cl
H
H
Cl H Cl
Ans. 6

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