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“sum of 24 terms of the following series (a) 90m. (b) 050-60¥3)m
8+ Vi8 +V32+...is (©) 11504 20J3)m (A) none of these
(b) 20042 7. Ia vertex of a triangle is (1, 1) and the mid
() 250V2 points of two sides through the vertex are
and sin B + cos A =D, then GA, 2) and (, 2), then the centroid of the
ot) 3
oon ct (42) (a2)
i 1 8, Let R = (C1, 3), 4, 2), (2, 4), (2, 3), 3, 1) be
. eal poles of se eatin arelation on the set A = (1, 2 3 4}. The relation
sin? =0,inf-n,n] bs
() one (@) a function (b) transitive
(@) three (© notsymmetic —(€) reflexive
6, then the value ofthe determinant (2-1) (x? = Sx +7) < (x1), then xbelongst0
@GBVG=) C= NVAI
ibs Oad (4) none of these
10. Let A be an orthogonal non-singular matrix of
forder n, then the determinant of matrix 'A —f°
fe | A~ Iq] equal to
(a) [a= Al (Aa Al
au 40s + 6 lA @) CITA A
1A TF (os6-+4 sin 8) (C0520 + sin 20)
| (os sin m0), then the value fs
= (@) 4mn
|e 1s the unit mau of need
2 em @
2, then A? equals a(nel) 1 »
( aa 12. 1 one root of the Guadene equa
(d) Att ax? + be +e 0 is equal to nth ower of the
prlonaldinance between ro towers i
and he angle of depression ofthe top of ter r00, then the value of cy"! «ey
tower as seen from the top of the is equal t0
ind is 30”, If the height of the second tower aye {b) -) i
he 150 m, then the height of the first ower is 1
et
@) -b13.
14.
15.
16.
a.
18.
19.
20.
‘m how many ways can 5 boys and $ gins sit ina
circle so that no ewo boys sit together ?
@) gts! (b) 4st
ISI
ot (@) none of these
‘The probability that the same number appear
‘on throwing three dice simultaneously, i
(a) 1736 () 5/36
1/6 @ ang
‘The lengeh of the common chord of the ellipse
hg =3F
te ee a apd” che ete
ot 4 ees
ROB atts
@o os
@4 ws
For hyperbola ©. which ofthe
cos? sin?
following remains constant with change
{@) Absclsoe of vertices
(b) Abscissae of foci
(© Becentciy
(6) Divers
‘Area of the region satisfying x 2, y | xf and
r20i
(484 uni 0) 1 sq unit
© 2equnit (@) nome ofthese
The solution of the dferenal equation
tt
de lex? G4x?¥
(@) yO+x7)=c+ tant x
a?
2 mer tant x
Jone
(©) y log @ + x?) = 64 tan
@ yQ4x?)=eesin"t x
Number of solutions of y =e" and y = sin xis
@ 0 1
2 (A) infinite
osx
© £092} x © is continuous at
x y¥=0
¥=0, then the value of kis
1
a) 0
@ 5
1 1
@t @-5
? cos? S + (aby? sin? S
2A. In 8ABC,(0-b} cost F(a by sin? S
equal 10
bo
(@) none of these
22. dx is equal to
1
© geez)
19 (te tanx
co pe Ta)
23, [1x5] aris equal io
(a) 7 (b) 9
© @ 18
24 18 t= [27 de, t= [2 ax, ape
and ty = [° 2" dx, then
@ >t, 0) y=t,
© hot @n>n
25. Distance between the pair of lines represen
by the equath
27 -619'4 9y74+ 34-994 = 058
15, 1
fa) Te ) 3
is
ofS a
Ory © Fo
26. Centue of etcle whose normals.
x7 Day Be By = 0,55
OG) m3)
(3.3) (@) none of these
27. A coin is tossed n times, The probability
‘getting head at least once is greater than 0.8,
‘then the least value of nis
(@ 2 & 3
5 @4
28. Six Xs have co be placed in the square of the
figure such that each row contains at least one
“X', In how many different ways ean this be
done ?(b) 28 ag
(@) 35 *
plex numbers m, 25 satisfying
«i [ay -3-4i|=5 the minimum
is
a 3
@2 be
= log, 5, ¢= log, 2 then logs 40 63
hele
© arrera
€ moss
ase
) 29
ae
I xis
(b) {-1,2)
© fie]
i terms of the infinite series
imvalue of 2x + 3y, when xy = 6,is
(b) 12
6
u:
e
2 vhs
1
@+4
The equation of the sides of a triangle are
x-3y =0,4x+3y = Sand 3x + y =0, The line
3x = 4y =O passes through
() the incentre
(b) the centroid
(© the orthocentre
(@) the circumcentre
‘The centres of set of citcles, each of radius 3,
lie on the circle x? + y? = 28 The locus of any
point in the set is
(@) 4sx?4y? 564 (b) Pay? 525
@xtry'z28 — @ 3éxt+y"s9
a
then & is equat
fen is equal 0
If sin“! sin y
2
@ & -*
y
Pavan
© @-
if tim
2a
(@) a=Landb=1 (by a=landb=—1
(© a=tandb=-2 (@) a=1andbw2
‘The unit vector which is orthogonal to the
vector 31+ 2}+6 and is coplanar with the
vectors d+ j+K and i-j+ his
[St}-cx1b]-2,n6
41. Let &,b and € be three non-coplanar vectors
and let p, 4 and ¥ be vectors defined by the
felations
Bao ar SAS andr = S28
label (abe) (abe)
‘Then the value of the expression
(rB)- pe Be €)e qe (CF aor is equal ©
wo wd
@2 @3
‘The points (5 ~4, 2),(4,~3.1), 7 ~6, 4) and
(8,-7, S)are the vertices of
(@) a rectangle (b) asquare
(©) parallelogram (6) none of these43.
44.
47.
49.
Lew A
|-1, 1] and f:A— A be difined ss
x|{forall x © A, then f(x)is
(b) one-one into function
(©) many-one onto function
(@) one-one ante function
‘The radius of
of3 m/s and its
inder is inereasing at the rate
nitude is decreasing atthe rate
ol 4 nys, The rate of change of volume when
radius Is 4 mvs. The rate of change of volume
when radius is dm and altitude is 6m, i
Pis the pressure,
Jn the relation P = ©
BS 6
2 the distance, k s Boltzmann constant and 6 is
te temperature, the dimeustonal formula off
willbe
@) Ie mer)
(o) [MLST =p (d) (MI-T]
Velociy-time (y-r)graph fora moving object is
shows inthe Figuie, Total displacement of the
object during the time interval when there is
non-zero acceleration and retardation is
c's
+
Oo 28 0 ao oo eo
{(s60) —=
(@) 60m (b) 50m
© 30m @ 40m
Three eights wv and 3w are connected to
identical spring suspended from a. rigid
horizontal rod. The assembly of the sod and the
‘weights fall freely, The positions of the weight
from the rod are such that
(a) Siw wil be farthest
(b) w will be farehest
(c) all will be ac the same distance
(@ 2w will be farthest
At the cop of the trajectory of a projectile, the
diveetion of its velocity and acceleration are
45.
50,
51.
52.
(@ 8Oncumvs — (b) 144 neumvs
(© eeum/s —_() 64cuvs
Equation ofthe parabola with ts vertex at
and focus @ 1) 8
@ G@-1P =8G7-1)
6) O-1=80x-3)
(©) &-1f = 86-1)
(@) 6-38 -80-0)
(a) perpendicular to each other
(b) pana ro each other
(©) inclined to each other at an angle of 45°
(@) antiparallel to each other
Consider the following statement.
Jumping from some height, you should be
your knees as you come to rest instead
keeping your legs stiff. Which of the folk
relations can be useful in. explaining
statement?
(@ a%--a8,
(af =—a(rb + kE)=0
(©) Far =ma¥
(@) Ax=ak
where symbols have their usual meaning.
A ball is released from the top of @ tower.
ratio of work done by force of gravity in ft
second and third second of the motion of
Dall is
(@) 1:2:3 tb) 14:9
(© 1:3:5 @ 15:3
Two tings of radius € and nk made up of sa
‘material have the ratio of moment of in
about an axis passing through centre is 2 :
‘The value of nis
@ 2
oF
() w2
1
3
‘There are two planets, The ratio of radius of!
‘vo planets is K but ratio of acceleration due
sravity of both planets is g. What will be
Tatio oftheir escape velocity?
fa) a)? ) Ky *
(©) (key? @ &)ing obeying Hooke's law» 62,
Fsound in the stretched string
b) 6m
225m
mica syater is changed from
10 (P,,V,) by two different
(9 which will remain same
(o) aw
{@) aga
liy on a day when paral
is0.012 x 10° Past 64.
pressure of water at this
10° Pa)
(W) 40%
(6) 25% 65.
ncermotecvlar forces of
pressure P will be
1)

K,}. when they are stretched by the
same force
(a) no work is done in case of both the springs
(b) equal work is done in ease of both the
springs
(© more workis done in case of second spring
(@) more work is done in case of frst spring.
A mass m is moving with @ constant velocity
along a tine parallel to xaxis. Its angular
‘momentum with respect (0 origin on taxis Is
(a) zero
(b) remains constant
(©) goes on increasing
(d) goes on decreasing
76. At a given place where acceleration
‘gravity is ¢ mys?, a sphere of lead of de
“a kg/m! is gently released in a coli
liquid of density b' kg/m’ fd >, the
will
(a) fall vetically with an acceleration 'y mv
(b) fall vertically with no acceleration
a
(© tery than tin
(a) fall vertially with an acceleration (8
‘Amplicude of @ wave is represented
arb-e
‘Then resonance will eceur when
(@ b=-o/2 (b) b=Oanda=e
© b=-a/2 (@) None of these
Capacitance of a capacitor made by a chin:
foil fs 2pF. I the fotl is folded with paper
thickness 0.15 mm, dielectric constant of
is 2.5 and width of paper is 400 mm, the
‘of foil will be
(a) 034m (b) 1.33 m
(©) 134m. @) 89m
In the cireuit, the potential difference across
‘will be nearest to
4000
78.
79.
aay
00a) ey
200
fa) 9.6 () 66
(©) 4a @ 32v
‘Atod ofa certain mesal is 1,0 m ong and 0.6¢
in diameter, tts resistance is 3.010”
‘Another dise made of the same metal Is 2.0;
in diameter and 1.0 mm thick. What is
resiseance between the round faces of the
@) 1.35% 10°Q — (b) 270x107 a
(© 4$.05x10% AQ — (@) 8.1010"
“The cyclotron frequency of an electron grat
in a magnetic field of 1 T is approximately
(a) 28 MHZ. (b) 280 MZ
© 28612 @) wana
81.intensity 0.5 W/rm?are striking
pressure on the places
Jol Fe,0, and Al, in thermite is
@ 1:2
for the compound is
(b) Na,WO,
(a) NaWOs,
84. If n represents the order of a half period zone
the atea of this zone is approximately
[proportional to n™ where m is equal to
(@ zero (b) halt
(©) one @) wo
Monochromatic light of wavelength 3000 A is
incident on a surface area 4.em?, If intensity of
light is 150 mW/m’, then rate at which
photones strike the target is
{a) 3x10" /see—(b) 9x 10!!/see
(© 7x10" see (A) 6 10"*/see
(@) CHy=CHCH,CHOH
(@) CH|CHOHCH,—CH,
‘The ionic conductance is least for
cs (b) ROT
@r (@) Nat
Serting of plaster of Perls involves
{(@) Oxidation with atmospheric oxygen
(b) Combination with atmospheric CO,
(©) Dehydration
following substances is used
for a fast drying of neutral 94, A solution of sucrose (Molar mass = 2425/mol)
{s prepared by dissolving 68.4 g of it per litre of
solution, what is Its osmotic pressure
(= 0,082 L atom K°! mot) at 278 K?
{(@) hydration to yield another hydrate
(@ 392a1m (b) 448 am
i (© 5.92 atm @ 29.41
aauine ie concen eet 95. 427°C one mole of an ideal gas is compressed
© 70% isothermally and reversible from a pressure of
@ 90% 2 atm to 10 atm. The value of AF and q are
me of the compound, (R=2cal)
(a) 0, ~ 965.84 cal
ca () ~ 965.84 cal, ~ 865.58 cal
i (©) + 865.58 cal, ~ 865.58 cal
E Bylruiny propanole ack (@) +965.84 cal, + 865.58 cal
nino propan-3-ole acld 96, For a reaction equilibrium,
hydroxypropanoic acid NO(e) = 2NOA(g), the concentrations of
" o propanokc acid N,Q, and NO, at equilbrium are 4.8 x 10" and
1.2 « 107 mol/L respectively, The value of k,
for the reaction i:
(@) 3x10? moVL_— (b) 33% 10" mol.
(© 3x10" moVL_— (@) 33x10" moh97, Tantomerism is exhibited by
oC yarn
cs
@ ong yo
bn San,
98. cH, —Cmc—cH, —OF_,
Wane
CHG —E—At Inthe above reaction xis
°
(@) HNO, ©,
0, (@) Kino,
99, Cyt, SaeMeat, 4 He Bea, » acl, ¢
Here, the compound € is
(a) 3-Bromo 2.4, = 6trichlorotoluene
(b) ©- bromo toluene
(©) P- bromo toluene
(@) m- bromo toluene
100. Alizarin belongs to the elass of
(a) Vat dyes (b) Mordant dyes
(©) Basie dyes (d) Reactive dyes
101. 2,4-Dichloophenoxyacetic aed is used as
Fungicide (b) Insecticide
(©) Herbicide (d) Moth repellant
102, Which glass has the highest percentage of lead?
(a) Soda glass (b) Flint glass
(©) Jena glass (@) Pyrex glass
103.Which one of the following pentafluarides
‘cannot be formed?
(a) PF, ask,
(© Sok, (@) BF,
104. Which out ofthe following compounds is called
phocogropher's fixer?
(a) Na,s0oy () Na8,0, 51,0
(6) Naso, (@) Nas
105, The isoelectroake pair is
(@) G9, 16); () Ci, ClO,
OER (@) ClO, cir
106.When radioactive minerals like clew
‘monozite and pitehblende are heated to 12731
in vacuo the noble gas obtained is
(a) Rn () &
(© He (d) Ne
107. Conjugate base of HPO, is
(a) HPO. (0) POs,
© Por (d) HOS
108. Given standard electrode pocentials
Fe! +2 —>Fe = -0.440)
Fe + 3° —+ Fe BY = ~ 0.096)
The standard electrode potential (E* )for
Fel + @ —> Fe is:
@) +0720 (b) 0.772
© +0417v @ -o414v
109. For the reaction,
Ny + 3H, se 2NH,
‘The rate of change of concentration
bhydrogen is 0.3 10" MS"
‘The rate of change of concentration
ammonia is:
@)-02% 10% (02x 10%
(9 01x 10 (@ 03x 10%
120, The root mean square velocity ofa as is dowd
when cemperacure is 7
(@) increased four times
() increased ro times
{© reduced to halt
(@) reduced to one-fourth
111. The specific eonduetivity 00.1 N KC! solution
(0.0129 ohm''em'. ‘The resistance of
solution in the cells 100 0. The cell constant
the cell will be
(@ 110 (b) 1.29
© 056 (@) 280
112. Which of the most volatile compounds?
(a) a tb) Hel
(©) HBr @) HF
113. Which of the following transition metal ions
will aye define value of magnetic moment?
ne
(a) Se ) |
(© cat (d) zn
114.Cr has electronic configuration as
(a) a623p%d"4s! (by 6? 3pauas!
(©) a*apfau" (d) none of these120, Aniline reacts with cone HNO to give
oo s{O)-n
ae,
oO
oO
121. Bakelite ls a product of the reaction between
(a) formaldehyde and NaOH
(b) aniline and Urea
(©) phenol and Methanal
(@) phenol and Chloroform
1122, Cellulose is a polymer of
(a) glucose (b) fructose
(©) sibose (@) sucrose
128. lodine value related to
@) fatsand oils () alcohols
(© Bsers (@) hydrocarbon
124. in aqueous solution, amino acids mostly exit as:
(@) NHy—CHR—COOHT
(@) NH,—CHR—COO~
(6 faty—cur—coon
@ H,XcHR—coo
125. Gibb’s free energy G, enthalpy H and entropy S
are interrelated as in.
@) G=H+TS (b) G=H-TS
{2 G-TS=H (2) G=Semum
Directions : In each of the following questions,
‘sentence has heen given in Active/Passive voice.
(Out of the four alternatives, select the one whi
bese expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active
126. People claim 1a have seen the suspect in several
ities
(a) The suspect is being seen in several cities
(H) The suspect has been the people in several
cities
(€) The suspect is claimed to have been seen in
several cities
(@) The suspect was seen by people in several
cities
127.The teacher punished the boys who had not
done their homework
(@) The boys who had not done their
homework had been punished by their
teacher
(b) The boys Were punished by their teacher
who had not done their homework
{@) The boys who had not done their
homework were punished by the teacher
(@) The boys who had not done their
homework were being punished by the
teacher
Directions + in each ofthe following questions,
choose the alternative which best expresses the
meaning of the idion/phrase given in ialics in
the sentence.
128.’The prices are going up by leaps and bounds.
(a) systematically (b) irregularly
(©) gradually (@) rapidly
129. Hie bids fair to be an excellent cricketer.
(a) seems likely (b) is ambitious
(© isconfident ——(@) is unlikely
130.10 find real happiness in the world is @ wild
goose chase,
(a) ideal seeking (b) hunting.
(©) futile search (@) real aim
Directions : In each of she following questions,
‘choose the alternative which can best improve the
given sentence by substituting the tralicised
portion. Jf the sentence is correit as itis, your
answer is (@)
181. The monograph which was published 3 years
‘ago, would suggest that by 2001 there will be 73.
million TV sets in India
(a) has been suggesting
(b) had suggested
(©) would have suggested
(@) 0 improvement
192. Vishal, who studies medicine at present, hopes
to g0 abroad after graduation.
(@) has been studying (6) is seudying
(c) will suady (2) no improvement
133. The greatest thing in style is to have a use of
metaphor
(a) command () knowledge
(©) need (4) no improvement
Directions : In each of the following questions,
choose the best alzernarive to fill inthe blank.
4134, Mr. Shyam Lal has gone to his native village
with the ... of starting an adult school.
(a) suggestion (b) presumption
(©) opinion (@) intention
135. The twins are so alike char 1 eannot..... one
from the other.
(@) discern (b) tell
© say (a) notice
136, We must ....10 authority
(a) bend (b) surrender
(© subdue (@) submit
Directions : In each of the following questions
choose the alternative which i closest 10 the
‘apposite in meaning of the italicised word.
137. The doctor advised us to give him wholesome
autition,
(@) sickly (b) stupendous
(©) depressing (A) fragmentary
138.He is good fellow; but whac I dislike is his
reckless handling of things.
(2) intelligent (b) cautious
(©) soft (@) brilliant
Directions : in each ofthe following questions
choose the alternative which best expresses the
‘meaning of the italicised word,
129, The one who is rich possesses many
superfluous things
(a) needless (b) superior
(©) essential (@) expensive
140. Many of his acquaintances avoid him because
he is s0 garrulows,
(a) proud
(©) talkative
(b) unreasonable
(2) quarrelsomefollowing question, which pair of
s different from the other three.
(b) 929
@ 667
-missing part ofthe figure and select
given alternatives,
?
@ oo) (a @)
Direction : In the following question, choose the
set of figures which follows the given rule.
146, Rule : Closed figures become more and more
‘open and open figures become more and more
Soc
IAIAIA IZ
@ z
tion : In the following question, @ a a w~ A
Is given followed by some conclutions, a al L
Ehtion tah loge flies
“H@lE IE le
Biss sy sere ter comers
hese who serve their country are soldiers oD C c
‘men who are soldiers serve their
men do not serve their country because
are not soldiers.
lowing question, a set of three figures
-shawing.a sequence in which « paper
land finally cut from 2 particular
Telow these figures a set of answer
marked (a, b, € and ad) showing the
which the paper actually acquires when
ed. You have to select the answer
Direction + In the following question, find out
which of the figures (a), (8), (€) and (@) ean be
{formed frotn the pieces given im Cx).
147.10 00) Eva
qh
rl
[IX
@OS BY BW
(a) 35 ©) 37
4 (a) 47
149.1n the following questions, one number is
missing in the series. You have to understand
the patter of the series and insert the number.
83, 82, 81... 69, 60,33
(@ 73 () 80
o7 (@) none of these
150. elect one altemative figure out of (2, (0), (€) 6. eee le
and (@) which completes the given matrix,
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31.) 82.1 33. (a) 34.0) 35. () 87. (a) 38.6) 39.) 40. (¢)
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56. (4) 57.(© S8.() 59.0) 60.) 61.) 62.00) 68.0) 64.10 65.)
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96. (@) 97. (8) 98. (©) 99. (4) 100.) 101. (@) 102. (0) 103. (a) 104. (&) 108. (d)
306. (©) 107. (4) 108, (a) 109, (b) 110. (2) 111, () 112, (b) 118.) 114, (>) 118, @)
116. (€) 117. (@) 148. (b) 129. (6) 120. (©) 121. (©) 122. (a) 123. (a) 124, (a) 128.)
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136. (d) 137. (a) 138. (b) 139. (a) 140. (6)
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441 @) 142. (@) 148. (b) 144. (© 145. (©) 146.) 147. () 148. (0) 149.) 150. 0)Be 1B + 5B +.
W2+ W2+ aV2+...
(20 424-3 + 4 +...upto 24 terms)
M25 soos fs 22D)
Bees a
“sin A cos Ba et)
sin B¥ cos Aub i)
and adding Eqs. @) and (i), we get
(A+ B+ 2a + oF
@ee2
+B
sin (A 3
in? =o
Te sin x sin? =
cos x
=0
7)
+ sin x = sin x €08.x = 0
© sin 2x -2sin x= 4
‘maximum values of sin x and sin 2e
10
¢€ 1\=ce*-1)-10¢ ~6)
ie
d= 208 (4 cos" — 1) —(2eos 0 ~ 6)
(-C = 2e080 given)
= 8c0s"0—4c080 6
(i 213 3]
441 -2-2] (5 -4
[2-2 4s l4 5
2 -1) [3 0
rotrvonsa-and]? ZL §)
js -4
“4s
A =4A-
BE
Ina abc, tan 30° = 2
le ‘ Io"
a 1 _h-150
3 60
60 ‘
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function.
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can be seated in five
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= xe U9 “Required number of ways = 41x St
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2
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{ngersect at infinite number of points.
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