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INDIA

JR.IIT-Z (IZ) CO-SPARK

Time: 3 hrs

Date: 10-01-15

Max. Marks: 360

JEE-MAIN

2011 Model

KEYSHEET

PHYSICS

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CHEMISTRY

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mathemat

ics

S. No.

61

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Ans.

4

3

1

4

3

4

1

3

2

3

3

2

2

3

4

1

3

1

1

1

4

1

3

4

4

3

2

4

3

30.

60

90

SOLUTIONS

1.

PHYSICS

I1

; I max

I2

I min

I1 I 2

2.

Conceptual

3.

2

nR R D nB B D

d

d

I1 I 2

nR B 5200 2

nB R 7800 3

or

Therefore 2nd of red coincides with 3rd blue.

4.

5.

t

Dx =( m2 - m1 ) t = 3 - 4 t =

2

3

6

2

Velocity of light is perpendicular to the wavefront.

D

,

d

6.

1 Fringe width

when the apparatus is immersed in a liquid, and hence is

reduced (refractive index) times.

10 = (5.5)

D

D

10 ' (5.5)

d

d

or

10

' 5.5

or

or

= 1.8

7.

I max

I min

I 2 I1

I 2 I1

8.

4 x = ( - 1)t

For = 1, x = 0 l = maximum = l0

As increases path difference x also increases

2

For x = 0 to , intensity will decrease from l0 to zero.

2

The for x =

to , intensity will increase from zero to l 0,

and so on.

9.

Fringe shift

D

( 1)t

d

Fringe width

D

2D

2

( 1)t

. 1

d

d

t

Given,

10.

2D

l

y

=

d D

Where d is slit width and D is the distance between the slit and the screen.

=

x

2

11.

W

in

D

d D

,

d

is doubled and

w

is halved, so fringe width

D

d

12.

P1 I1 f 0

I1

will be at second focus of it and the image should

be at first focus of eyepiece to form final image at infinity.

Sec : JR.IIT-Z (IZ) CO-SPARK_SOLUTIONS Page 3

I1 P2 f e

PP

1 2 f 0 f e 36

f0

5

fe

Given,

f 0 30cm

On solving,

13.

f e 6cm

and

I1 I 2 I ( say )

When width of slits are equal,

If width of one slit is more, intensity due to that slit will increase, say

I1 I

KI

I 2 KI

and

I max ( I1 I 2 )2 I (1 K )2 4 I

I min ( I1 I 2 ) 2 I ( K 1) 2 0

Intensities of maxima and minima are increased.

14.

3

From the ray diagram of compound microscope, it is clear that intermediate image is

real , inverted and magnified.

15.

D

b

b sin

or

y

b( )

( as sin tan )

D

yb

D

( )

16.

17.

2

)x 2

1.22 600 10 - 9

q=

15

200 10- 2

6

I1 I

I2 4I

and

A( / 2),

At point

I A I1 I 2 2 I1 I 2 cos I 4 I 5 I

B( ),

At point

I B I 4I 4I I

I A IB 4I

18.

2

For the same segment of Ydistance

n1 D1 n2 D2

d

d

n11 n2 2

n2 18

19.

n11

2

x n

( 1)t n

n = 1, 2, 3.

n

( 1)

20.

2

( 1) (1.5 1)

4

If nth minima of 400 nm is coinciding with mth minima of 560 nm. Then,

(2m 1)

560

400

(2n 1)

2

2

(2n 1) 7 14 21

....

(2m 1) 5 10 15

4th minima of 400 nm will coincide with 3rd minima of 560 nm. Its location is given by

(2 4 1)(1000)(400 10 6 )

2 0.4

= 14 mm.

Similarly, 11th minima of 400 nm will coincide with 8th minima 0f 560 nm. Its location is

given by

(2 11 1)(1000)(400 106 )

42mm

2 0.1

Minimum distance between two successive regions of complete darkness = 42 - 14 = 28

mm

21.

D

D

x .( n )

d

d

D

.

d

y n n (0.05)

So,

0.20 = n(0.05)

n=4

22.

D

D (2n 1)

(x)

d

d

2

20(2n 1)

20

for n =1

PQ y

So,

20 19

Sec : JR.IIT-Z (IZ) CO-SPARK_SOLUTIONS Page 7

23.

For

, the maximum path difference would be less than

observed on the screen.

24.

25.

q=

=

D

2.5 10 - 3

Conceptual

( 2l ) =( 10) ( ( d ) )

26.

10d 2

D=

2l

10 0.2 10 - 3

=

2 587.5 10- 9

0.4 10- 6

=

2 587.5 10- 9

0.4 103 400

=

=

=34cm

2 587.5 1175

27.

b 2 +D 2 - D =( 2n - 1)

l

2

b 2

D 1 +

- 1

D

D b 2

l

2 =( 2n - 1)

2

2

D

b2

( 2n - 1) l = D

28.

(n may be 1,2,3.)

I / I 1

I max

9 ( 1 2 )2

I min

I1 / I 2 1

I1

4

I2

On Solving,

A1

2

A2

Or

29.

(since,

I A2

3

x S 2 P S1 P

P

S1

5cm

S2

12 cm

(12) 2 (5) 2 12

= 1 cm

x

For minimum intensity,

30.

3 5

, , ..... etc

2 2 2

4

Conceptual

CHEMISTRY

31.

H3C

H3C

O

H3C

H2N

NH

C 6 H5

N

H3C

NH C6H5

4

32.

CH3CH = CH CHO

CH3 CH = CH COOH

specific for oxidation of aldehydes.

4

33.

Conceptual

34.

Conceptual

35.

Conceptual

36.

Conceptual

37.

Conceptual

38.

Conceptual

39.

CH CH + CH3MgBr

CH C MgBr

CO2/H3O+

CH C

COOH is (EWG)

COOH

HgSO4/H2SO4

Ag2O

2

H

40.

NH2 O

2H 2O

NH2 O

N

H

41.

Answer 1

O

CHO

KOH

50%

CO OH

C H 2O H

no hydrogen atom

Undergo Cannizzaro

42.

Answer 2

1 Br is good leaving group and carbocation stabilize by allylic resonance.

CO

43.

due to presence of H.

Answer 1

NaBH4 reduces only carbonyl compounds.

44.

Conceptual

45.

Answer 2

O

O H

+ (H B r)

Br

46.

O H

O H

H

Br

O H

Conceptual

47.

Conceptual

48.

Answer 3

Ethylene glycol is protecting group for carbonyl.

49.

Conceptual

50.

Answer 1

O H

O + H

O H

N

N

O H

N

H

N

51.

Answer 4

Br

N H 2O H

+

H

Et O H

O H

O H

O H

H 2N O H

N O H

H

H

H 2O

N O H

N O H

52. Conceptual

53. Answer 3

Due to intramolecular hydrogen bonding

54. Answer 3

55. Conceptual

56. Answer 2

57. Answer 3

Increasing reactivity towards nucleophilic addition

58. Answer 1

59. Answer 2

60. Answer 3

MATHEMATICS

61.

4

Let a, b, c be the direction ratio of normal to the plane and plane is perpendicular to two

planes.

So,

2a 2b c 0

a

b c

3 3 0

1 2 1

3( x 1) 3( y 2) 0 x y 1 0

2

, now distance

62.

a b 2c 0

2 2

.

k.ar k k.k ar 0

r

k ( i j k) 0

r

i j 0 0

63.

2

also

so

6

AP =

AM = projection of

direction of

uuu

r

AP

in the

5

uuur

AB 3

PM 2 AP 2 AM 2

Now,

64.

25 29

9

9

PM

,

29

3

4

Let the direction ratio of normal to the plane (a, b, c) , So equation of plane is

a( x 1) b( y 1) c( z 2) 0

a (2 1) b(2 1) c (2 2) 0

ab

6x 2 y 2z 9

a ( x 1) a ( y 1) 2a ( z 2) 0

So

6a 2b 2c 0 c 2 a

So

x 1 y 1 2z 4 0 x y 2z 4 0

65.

x0 y0 z0

r

3

4

6

(say for foot of

perpendicular) x=3r, y=4r,z=-6r this point lies in the plane so 3(3r)+4(4r) 6(-6r) +1=0

66.

1

61

. So image

6 8 12

, ,

61 61 61

4

The line joining the points A(3,8,3) and B (-3,-7,6) is perpendicular to both lines so AB is

270

line of shortest distance, Hence shortest distance

67.

l1i m1 j n1k

Unit vector along line (1):-

l2i m2 j n2 k

Unit vector along line (2) :-

l1 l2 i (m1 m2 ) j (n1 n2 )k

A Vector along angular bisector =

2 cos

Magnitude of the given vector

68.

l1 l2 m1 m2 n1 n2

,

,

2 cos

2 cos

2 cos

2

2

2

2 x x 3 y y z 4 0

(2 x y ) x 3 y ( z 4) 0

2x y 0

x 3y z 4

and

So,

69.

x y z4

1 2

7

x b y z d

a

1

c

x b' y z d '

a'

1

c'

ai j ck

A vector along line (1)

aa ' cc ' 1

perpendicular so

70.

a ' i j c ' k.

and a vector along line (2)

Both vectors

Equation of line P

z=r+2

x 2 y 1 z 2

r

1

1

1

r 1

3

distance PQ =

71.

10 x 2 100 x 2 10 10 x 10

Adding (i) and (iii) we get y=0 and z=3x

Possibilities of x are -3, -2, -1,0,1,2,3 So, 7 points.

72.

2

Conceptual

73.

l 2 m2 n2 1

l m

(l m n) 0

2

lm mn nl

using

m n n l 0

2

and

74.

x y z

3 4 2

3i 4 j 2k

is

8i j 10k

x y z

4 2 3

4i 2 j 3k

is

8 x y 10 z 0

equation of plane

. If

the a, b, c are direction ratio of normal to the required plane then

2a + 3b + 4c = 0 and 8a b 10c = 0 so direction ratio of normal by cross multiplication

=1, 2, 1 so equation x 2y + z = 0.

75.

2i 3 j 4k

3i 4 j 5k

. Taking cross

r

n i 2 j k

x 2y z 0

6 d 6

6

Hence, A=1 Now,

76.

1 2(2) 2(1)

1 4 4

5 10

x 1 y 2 z 1

k

1

2

2

77.

k 1 2 2k 2 2 2k 1 10

3

so point

8 4 7

, ,

3 3 3

3

The d.r of the normal to the plane is 3, 0, 4 . The equation of the plane is

1, 1, 1

3x 0y 4z d 0

since it passes through

3x 4z 7 0

so;

d 7

7

0,0,0

from

is

3 2 42

7

unit

5

i 2 j k

78.

Now if

2

3

i 2 j 3k

and a vector along normal to the plane

1 4 3

14. 5

2

(1 4 3 )

9

2

14.( 5) 14

2

4 1 13

, ,

3 3 3

79.

PS TS

1

2

and PT =1

( x y z 3) 0

80.

2

3

1 x (2 ) y (3 ) z (2 3 ) 0

, its distance from (3,1,1) is

3(1 ) 2 3 2 3

2

3

( 1)2 (2 )2 (3 )2

7

4

( 2 ) 2

3 2 4 14 3 2

2

2

3 3 4 14

5 x 11y z 17 0

So,

(2 2, 1,3 )

81.

(2 2) ( 1) 3 3

4 6

3

5 9

B (1, , )

2

2 2

The foot of the perpendicular from point (-2,-1,0) on the plane is the point A (0,1,2)

of AB

82.

7 5

1, , 2, 7,5

2 2

Locus of

Hence ,

x y 1 z 2

2 7

5

D.R

.

and

the line is

83.

then

6l 2 9lm 6m 2 0

l

l

6 9 6 0

m

m

l1 1

m1 2

and

l1

1

n1

From (1) we get ,

l2

2

n2

and

l1 m1 n1

1

1 2 1

6

l2 m2 n2

1

2 1 1

6

cos

,

84.

l2

2

m2

cos 1

6

Let the source of light be situated at A(a, o, o) . Let OA be the incident ray and OB

reflected ray,

AON NOB

1, 0 , 0.

1 1 1

,

,

3 3 3

COS

Directions of ON

no

1

3

2 cos

2

85.

86.

and

Conceptual

So,

l 1

1

3

2 cos

2

mo

1

3

2 cos

2

1 2 2

, ,

3 3 3

3p

2

3

x y z

1

a b c

1

1

1 1 1

2 2 2 2

9p

a b c

1 1 1

2 2

2

a b c

.

Clearly (1) cuts the axes at A (a, o, o), B (o, b,o) and C (o, o, c) let ( x, y, z) be the centroid

ABC

of

x

. Then

aoo

3

y

,

obo

3

z

,

ooc

3

c 3z

a 3x b 3 y

,

and

.

Putting these value in (2)

1

1

1

1

2 2 2

2

9p

9x

9y

9z

We get

ax by z 0

87.

ax by 0

. Now angle between this plane and

is

a 2 b 2 tan

So

(2r 1, 4r 3,3r 2)

88.

PQ = 7.

x cy bz 0

89.

cx y az 0

and

x cy bz (cx y az ) 0

a b c 2abc 1

2

90.

5 1 5

, ,

2 2 2

Circumcentre =

is

bx ay z 0

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