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TARGET DATE : 16-06-2014
Syllabus : XI and XII
Paper-2
S.No.

Subject Nature of Questions

1 to 15

No. of Questions Marks Negative

MCQ

15

60

12

15

60

12

15

60

12

16 to 19

Match matrix listing

20 to 34

MCQ

35 to 38

Match matrix listing

39 to 53

MCQ

54 to 57

Match matrix listing

Total

57

1.

0
a b
50
Let A =
and (A + ) 50A =
then
0
0

c d
0

0 0

ekuk A =

Total

216

[301]

a b

vkSj (A + )50 50A =


rc
c d

(A*) a + d = 2
Sol.

[MT-AL]

Total

(B*) a + b = 1

(C*) b + c = 0

(D) a + d = 1

0
A=

0 0
0 0
A2 =
=0
0 0
A3 = 0
(A + )3 = A3 + 3A2 + 3A +
Similarly

(A + )50 = 50A +

......(1)

1 0
(A + )50 50A =

0 1

ans. A,B,C

a =1,

2.

blh izd kj

b = 0,

c = 0, d = 1

From a pack of 52 playing cards, all face cards are removed. From the remaining pack, cards are dealt one
by one until an ace appear. Let P1 denote the probability that exactly 10 cards are dealt before the first ace

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appear. If cards continue to dealt until a second ace appears. Let P2 denote the probability that exactly 20
m
cards are dealt before the second ace. If 130 P2 =
(m, n are co-prime natural numbers) thenn

rk'k d h 52 ikksad h ,d xM~M h lslHkh psgjsoky siksface cards gVk;st krsgSA 'ks"k cph gqbZxM~M h ls,d ,d
d jd siksd ks[khap k t krk gSt c rd d h bDd k u vk t k;sA ekuk P1 ] bDd k vkuslsigy sBhd 10 iksafud ky usd h
izkf;d rk d ksO;Dr d jrk gSA ;fn ikksad ksy xkrkj fud ky k t krk gSt c rd fd nwl jk bDd k u vk t k;sA ekuk P2 ]
nwl jk bDd k vkuslsigy sBhd 20 iksafud ky usd h izkf;d rk d ksO;Dr d jrk gSA ;fn 130 P2 =
izkd `r la[;k gS) rc
(A*) m + n = 46
Sol.

[PR-CD]
(B) m n = 28

(C*) m n = 333

m
(m, n
n

lgvHkkT;

[302]

(D*)

n 1
=4
m

st

10 card are drawn before I ace

izFke bDd slsigy s10 iks[khpst krsgSA


th

first 10 cards are non ace and 11 card is an ace

izFke 10 iks] bDd sugh gSrFkk 11 okikk bDd k gSA


36

P1 =

40

C10 4
.
C10 30

10
non-ace

27.28.29
P1 =
10.37.38.39
Position by pack now
29

1st ace

21th
9
2

nd

ace

vc xM~M h lsfLFkfr

3 aces
26 non ace

26

P2 =

29

C9 3
9
. .P1
C9 20
10.13.37

130 P2 =
3.

11th

9
37

If m and n are positive integers more than or equal to 2, m > n, then (mn)! is divisible by

;fn m vkSj n, 2 lsvf/kd ;k cjkcj /kukRed iw.kkZad gS] m > n rc (mn)! fd llsfoHkkft r gS- [PC-GP] [304]

Sol.

(A*) (m!)n
(B*) (n!)m
(C*) (m + n)!
(D*) (m n)!
(mn)!
is the number of ways of distributing mn distinct objects in n persons equally.
(m!)n
(mn)!
mn fofHkUu oLrq
v ksad ksn O;fDr;ksaesaleku : i lsckaVusd srjhd s
(m!)n
(mn)!
Hence
is an integer (m!)n| (mn)!. Similarly (n!) m | (mn)!
(m!)n
(mn)!
vr%
,d iw.kkd gSA (m!)n| (mn)!. blh izd kj (n!) m | (mn)!
(m!)n

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Further iq
u% m + n < 2 m mn (m + n)! | (mn) and vkSj m n < m < mn
(m n)! | (mn)
4.

Let be an operation defined on points in Cartesian plane such that if 'P' and 'Q' are 2 points, then
PQ= R, where PQR is an equilateral triangle with P, Q, R being in anticlockwise sense, then
[MI-STAR]

[303]

(A*) If PQ = R RP = Q
(B) If PQ = R PR = Q
(C) (PQ)S = P(QS)
(D*) If PQ = R, RQ = S and QS = T, then ratio of areas of PQR and QST is 1

ekuk d kfrZ; lery esaifjHkkf"kr fcUnqv ksaij ,d laf ;k bl izd kj gSfd P vkSj Q nksfcUnqd sfy , PQ= R, t gk
PQR leckgqf=kHkq
t gSvkSj P, Q, R d ksokekorZfn'kk es
afy ;k x;k gS] rc
(A*) ;fn PQ = R RP = Q
(B) ;fn PQ = R PR = Q
(C) (PQ)S = P(QS)
(D*) ;fn PQ = R, RQ = S vkS
j QS = T, rc PQR vkSj QST d s{ks=kQ y ksad k vuqikr 1 gSA
Sol.

Clearly if PQ = R, then as long as cyclic order is maintained by operating on any two we will get the
third point, i.e. PQ = R RP = Q QR = P. Now for three points the operation need not be
associative for example if PQ= S, then (C) will not hold true. In all the cases in (D) triangles have same
side lengths hence their area are equal hence (A) and (D).

Li"Vr;k% ;fn PQ = R, rc p h; e esad ksbZnksfcUnqd sfy , laf ;k d ksbl izd kj fy ;k x;k gSfd rhljsfcUnq
d ksizkIr d jrk gSA vFkkZr~PQ = R RP = Q QR = P. vc rhu fcUnqv ksad sfy , laf ;k d kslkgp;Zgksusd h
t : jh ughagSA mnkgj.k d sfy , ;fn PQ= S, rc (C) lR; ughagksxhA bu lHkh fLFkfr;ksaesa(D) f=kHkqt ksad h leku
y EckbZ;kgSvr% mud s{ks=kQ y cjkcj gSA vr% (A) vkSj (D).

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5.

Let C1 and C2 be centres of two circles whose radii are 2 and 4 respectively. Also C1C2 = 10 and direct
common tangents of these circles touch them at P,Q,R,S. Another circle of radius '' is drawn passing
through P, Q, R, S, then
[CR-CT] [301]
(A*) Mid-point of C1C2 is centre of the circle passing through P,Q,R,S.
(B) Centre of the circle passing through P,Q,R,S divides C1C2 in the ratio 1 : 2.
2

(C*) = 33
2

(D) = 35

ekuk C1 vkSj C2 nkso`kksad sd sUnzgSft ld h f=kT;k,a e'k% 2 vkSj 4 gSrFkk C1C2 = 10 vkSj bu o`kksad h vuq e
mHk;fu"B Li'kZjs[kk,agSP,Q,R,S ij mud ksaLi'kZd jrh gSA ;fn '' f=kT;k d k vU; o`k P, Q, R, S lsxqt jrk gS] rc
(A*) P,Q,R,S lsxq
t jusoky so`k d k d sUnz] C1C2 d k e/;

fcUnqgSA

(B) P,Q,R,S lsxq


t jusoky so`k d k d sUnz
] C1C2 d ks1 : 2 esafoHkkft r

d jrk gSA

(C*) = 33
2

(D) = 35
P

C2

C1

Sol.

Let T be the mid point of PR, perpendicular from T to PR meets C1C2 at M which is mid point of C1C2. Also
2
2
2
2
2
2
MP = MR = MQ = MS = MT + TR
Hence M is centre of the required circle
PR = LDCT =
2

Now

C1C2

r1 r2

100 4 =

96

= MT + TR
2

96
24
2
=
+ TR = 9 + 4 = 9 + 24 = 33
2

Hindi

C2

C1

S
Q

ekuk T, PR d k e/; fcUnqgS


A T lsPR ij C1C2 d ksM ij y Ec gSt ksC1C2 d k e/; fcUnqgSA
rFkk MP2 = MR2 = MQ2 = MS2 = MT2 + TR2
vr% M vHkh"V o`k d k d sUnzgS
PR = LDCT =

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C1C2

r1 r2

100 4 =

96

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vc

= MT + TR
2

96
24
2
=
+ TR = 9 + 4 = 9 + 24 = 33
2

6.

are correct.

z
1
and
+ z = wz then which of the following
w
w
[CR-CT] [301]

(A*) |z| + |w| = 2 if arg(z) =

(B*) If arg(z) = then arg(w) =

If complex number z and w satisfy the relation z + w =

(C*) If w = 1 then Re(z) =

1
2

(D) If w = 1 then Re(z) =

;fn lfEeJ la[;k z vkSj w lEcU/k z + w =


(A*) |z| + |w| = 2

(1) (2) w

1
2

z = 1 or w =

;fn z = 1 rc (1) 1 + w =

d ks.kkad (z) = rc d ks.kkad (w) =

1
2

.........(2)

1
w

1
2
w w+1=0
w

1
2
w w+1=0
w

1 3i

arg(w) =
2
3

1
then (1) becomes z + w = zw
w

;fn w =

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d ksla
rq"B d jrk gSrc fuEu esalsd kSulk lgh gS-

(D) ;fn w = 1 rc Re(z) =

If z = 1 then (1) becomes 1 + w =

w = 1

1
2

1
1

= z w
w
w

w w (1 + z ) = 0

w=

1
+ z = wz
w
(B*) ;fn

z
1
...........(1) and rFkk
+ z = wz
w
w

z+w=

If w =

vkSj

;fn d ks.kkad (z) =

(C*) ;fn w = 1 rc Re(z) =

Sol.

z
w

1
w

rc (1) z + w = zw
z 1 = z z + z = 1 2Re(z) = 1

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7.

If f(k) =

1
and
r
r 1

2013

f(r) = a f(b) + c, then

;fn f(k) =

1
r
r 1

f(r) = a f(b) + c rc r 1

(B*) a b = 1
k

f(k) =

=1+

r 1

[302]

2013

vkS
j

(A) b = c
Sol.

[SS-SS]

r 1

(C*) b + c = 0

(D*) a + c = 1

1
1
1
+
+..........+
2
k
3

f(1) = 1
f(2) = 1 +

1
2

f(3) = 1 +

1
1
+
2
3

:
f(2013) = 1 +

1
1
1
1
+
+ ..........+
2
4
3
2013
2013

Adding t ks
Musij

f(r) = 1 2013 +
r 1

= 1 2013 +

1
1
1
2012 +
2011 + ....... +
1
2
3
2013

1
1
1
(2013 1) +
(2013 2) + ....... +
(2013 2012)
2
3
2013

1 1
1 1 2 3
2012

= 2013 1 ......
..........

2 3
2013 2 3 4
2013

1
1
1
1

= 2013 f(2013) 1 1 1 ...... 1

2
3
4
2013

1 1
1

= 2013 f(2013) 1 2012 + 1 ........

2
3
2013

= 2013 f(2013) 2013 + f(2013) = 2014 f(2013) 2013

a = 2014, b = 2013 , c = 2013

8.

A function f is defined by f(x) =

cos t cos(x t)dt ; 0 x 2 then which of the following hold(s) good?


0

[DI-SP]

[301]

(A) f (x) is continuous but not differentiable in (0, 2)


(B) Maximum value of f is
(C*) There exists atleast one c (0, 2) such that f '(c) = 0.
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(D*) Minimum value of f is

,d Q y u f, f(x) = cos t cos(x t)dt ; 0 x 2 }kjk ifjHkkf"kr gS] rc fuEu esalslR; gS?
0

(A) f(x), (0, 2) es


alrr~gSijUrqvod y uh;
(B) f d k vf/kd re
(C*) d e

ugh gSA

eku gSA

lsd e ,d c (0, 2) bl izd kj gSfd f '(c) = 0

(D*) f d k U;w
ure

eku

gSA

Sol.

f (x) =

cos t cos(x t)dt

....(1)

cos tcos(x t)dt


0

f (x) =

....(2)

cos tcos(x t)dt


0

(1) + (2) gives

2 f (x) =

cos t (2cos xcos t)dt


0

f (x) = cos x

cos

t dt = 2 cos x

9.

Let Pn =

ekuk Pn =

(A)

Sol.

27
4e

cos x
Now verify vc
2

t dt

lR;kfir.

(3n)!
2 Pn
(n = 1, 2, 3,.......) then lim
is
n 3 n
(2n)!

(3n)!
2 Pn
(n = 1, 2, 3,.......) rc lim
n

(2n)!
3 n

(B*)

9
e

e1cos x 1
lim

x2
x 0

Pn
((2n 1)(2n 2).......(2n n))
= lim
n
n n

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f (x) =

cos

[LT-LG]

[302]

gS-

(C)

23
3e

(D*)

9
2e

1/n

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1/n

Pn 2n 1 2n 2 2n 3
2n n
.........
=

n n n n
n
loge

Pn 1 n
2n r
= loge

n n r 1
n

loge

Pn
1 n
r

= lim loge 2
n
n n n r 1

lim loge

lim loge

lim

10.

Pn
loge (2 x )dx
n

Pn
27
= n

n
4e

Pn 27
=
n 4e

If y x = 1, then the value of

;fn yx xy = 1 rc x = 1 ij
2

(A) n(4e )

Sol.

y x =1

dy
dx

dy
at x = 1 is dx

JPT-1

[MD-GN]

[303]

d k eku gS-

e2
(B*) n
4

(C*) 2(1 n 2)

[if x = 1 then y = 2]

[;fn x = 1 rc y = 2]

(D) 2(1 + n 2)

Let ekukP = y

n P = x n y

1 dP
x dy
= n y +
P dx
y dx

x dy
dP
= P n y

dx
y dx

dP
x dy
x
= y n y

y dx
dx

....... (1)

Let ekukQ = x

n Q = y n x

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1 dQ y
dy
=
+ n x .
Q dx x
dx

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dy
dQ
y y
= x n x.
dx
x
dx

........ (2)

Now vc y x = 1 P Q = 1
differentiate both sides w.r.t. x
x d slkis
{k vod y u

d jusij

dP
dQ
x dy
dy
x
y y

= 0 y n y
x n x. = 0
dx
dx
y dx
dx
x

when t c x = 1, y = 2

11.

{from (1) and (2)}

{(1)

vkSj (2) ls}

dy
= 2(1 n 2)
dx

The curve, with the property that the projection of the ordinate on the normal is constant and has a length
equal to 'a', may be (Where c is are abitrary constant)
[TN-NR] [302]

o ft ld h] d ksfV d k vfHky Ec ij iz{ksi vpj gSrFkk a d scjkcj y EckbZgS] gksld rk gS&


(t gkc LoS
PN
(A*) aln

Sol.

vpj gS)
y 2 a2 y x c

(B) x

(C) (y a)2 = cx

(D*) | y +

Ordinate = PM. Let P (x, y)

[T/S]

a2 y 2 c
x/a

y 2 a2 | = ce

d ksfV = PM. ekukP (x, y)


Projection of ordinate on normal = PN

d ksfV d k vfHky Ec ij iz{ksi = PN

12.

(given fn;k x;k gS


)

PN = PM cos = a

y
1 tan2

a y = a 1 (y1 )2

y 2 a2
dy

dx
a

a dy

y a

dx aln|y y 2 a2 | x c

If z axis be vertical, then the equation of the line of greatest slope through the point (2, 1, 0) on the
plane 2x + 3y 4z = 1 is
[TD-PP] [304]

;fn z- v{k m/okZ/kj gS] rc lery 2x + 3y 4z = 1 ij fLFkr fcUnq(2, 1, 0) lsxqt jusoky h vf/kd re izo.krk d h
ljy js[kk d k lehd j.k gksxk&

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(A*)

(C)

Sol.

x 6 y 13 z 13

8
12
13
x 2 y 1 z 0

3
4
12

(B)

x 2 y 1 z 0

3
4
5

(D*)

x 2 y 1 z

8
12
13

Let equation of the line with greatest slope is

x 2 y 1 z

a
b
c

ekuk vf/kd re izo.krk d h ljy js[kk d k lehd j.k

x 2 y 1 z

a
b
c

Where t gk2a + 3b 4c = 0

gSA

.(1)

We know that equation of horizontal plane is z = 0

ge t kursgSfd {kSfrt lery d k lehd j.k z = 0 gksrk gSA


i.e.

vFkkZr~, 0.x + 0.y + 1.z = 0

Now, a vector along the line of intersection of given plane and horizontal plane is

i j

V 0 0

k
1 3i 2j

2 3 4

vr% fn;sx;slery ,oa{ksfrt lery d h iz


frPNsnu js[kk d svuqfn'k ,d lfn'k
i j

V 0 0

k
1 3i 2j

2 3 4

Since the line of greatest slope is also perpendicular to the vector V .

pwafd vf/kd re izo.krk d h js[kk Hkh lfn'k V d sy Ecor~gSA


Hence vr% , 3a + 2b = 0 .(2)
From (1) & o (2) ls

a
b
c

8 12 13

Equation of the line of greatest slope =

[Type text]

x 2 y 1 z

8
12
13

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vf/kd re izo.krk d h js[kk d k lehd j.k =


13.

x 2 y 1 z

8
12
13

If , , are roots of cubic equation x3 + 3x + 2 = 0. If the equation whose roots are


3

[QE-TE]

[302]

( ) ( ), () ( ), ( ) ( ) is x + ax + bx + c = 0 then which of the following is/are correct.

;fn ?kuh; lehd j.k x3 + 3x + 2 = 0 d sewy , , gSA ;fn lehd j.k x3 + ax2 + bx + c = 0 d sewy
( ) ( ), () ( ), ( ) ( ) gS
] rc fuEu esalslgh gS&
(A*) 24a + b + c = 0
Sol.

(B*) b = 0

(C) a + b + c = 9

(D*) abc = 0

+ + = 0
+ + = 3
= 2
Let ekuky = ( ) ( )
y = 2 (+ ) +
= 2 (+ + ) + 2
y = 2 3 +

y = 3 3 4
we know that 3 = 3 2

ge t kursgS3 = 3 2
y = 6(+ 1)

6
y6

so equation is y3 + 9y2 216 = 0

lehd j.k y3 + 9y2 216 = 0 gSA

14.

Sum of first n terms of the series 1 + 3 + 5 + 7 + ..... is 100. If 3 consecutive terms be removed from these
n terms then sum of the remaining terms and sum of original terms are in the ratio 17 : 20. Which of the
following is/are correct.
[SS-AP] [303]
(A*) sum of the square of removed terms is 83
(B*) all 3 removed terms are prime
(C*) n = 10
(D) If , , are removed terms then coefficient of x in (x + )(x + )(x + ) is 81

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Js.kh 1 + 3 + 5 + 7 + ..... d sizFke n inksad k ;ksxQ y 100 gSA ;fn 3 ekxr inksad ksbu n la[;kvksalsgVk;k t k,
rc 'ks"k inksad s;ksxQ y vkSj ewy inksad s;ksxQ y d k vuqikr 17 : 20 gSfuEu esalslgh gS(A*) 83 gVk,

x, inksad soxksZd k ;ksxQ y gSA

(B*) lHkh 3 gVk,

x, in vHkkT; gSA

(C*) n = 10
(D) ;fn , , gVk,
Sol.

x, in gSrc (x + )(x + )(x + ) esax d k xq.kkad 81 gS


A

n
[2 + (n 1)2] = 100
2
n2 = 100

n = 10

sumof remainingterms
17
85
=
=
sum of original terms
20
100

so sum of 3 removed terms = 15


let these are a d, a, a + d

Hindi

a=5

d=2

terms are 3, 5, 7

hence A, B, C are correct

n
[2 + (n 1)2] = 100
2
n2 = 100

n = 10

'ks"k inksad k ;ksxQ y


ewy inksad k ;ksxQ y

17
85
=
20
100

blfy , gVk;h xbZ3 la[;kvksad k ;ksxQ y gS= 15


ekuk ;sla
[;k,a d, a, a + d

15.

a=5

d=2

in 3, 5, 7 gSA

vr%A, B, C lgh gSA

The range of values of m for which the line y = mx and the curve y =

d sekuksad k ifjlj ft ld sfy , js[kk y = mx vkSj y =

x
2

x 1

og gS&
(A*) (1, 1)
[Type text]

x
2

x 1

enclose a region, lies in set

,d {ks=k d ksifjc) d jrsgS] ft l leqPp; esafLFkr gS]


[SL-MS]

(B*) (0, 1)

(C*) [0, 1]

[304]

(D) (1, )
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Sol.

Solving
mx =

x2 =

gy d jusij
x

x 1

x2 + 1 =

1
m

or x = 0

1
1 > 0 for a region {ks
=k d sfy ,
m

m 1
< 0 m (0, 1)
m
Note: for m = 0 or m = 1 the line does not enclose a region.
uksV: m = 0 ;k m = 1 d sfy , js[kk {ks=k d ksifjc) ughad jrh gSA

SECTION 3 : Matching List Type (Only One Option Correct)


[k.M 3 : lqesy u lwp h izd kj (d soy ,d fod Yi lgh)
This section contains four questions, each having two matching lists. Choices for the correct combination
of elements from List-I and List-II are given as options (A),(B),(C) and (D), out of which ONE is correct.
bl [k.M esa4 cgqfod Yi iz'u gSA izR;sd iz'u esalqesy u lwfp;kgSA lwfp;ksad sfy , d wV d sfod Yi (A), (B), (C) rFkk
(D) gS, ft ues
alsd s
oy ,d lgh gSA

16.

Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the code given below the lists :
lwp h I d kslwp h II lslq
esfy r d hft , rFkk lwfp;ksad suhpsfn, x, d ksM d k ;ksx d jd slgh mkj pqfu;s%
[MTC-MS] [302]
List-I
List-II

lwp h- I

lwp h - II
2

1.

is equal to

2.

3.

4.

(P)

If quadratic eqution (2 cos )x (2 cosec)x + (cosec ) = 0


has only one solution for x, then number of values of
(0 2)are

(Q)

The value of

x(sin (sin x) cos (cos x))dx


0

(R)

If e is eccentricity of ellipse whose area is half the area of its auxiliary


2

circle then 4e =
9

(S)

If t0 is term independent of x in expansion of x 2 and tm1 , tm2


x

are coefficient of two middle terms then

t 0 tm1 tm2
12

fey ku d hft , [Type text]

Page 13

(P)

(Q)

lwp h- I

lwp h - II

;fn f}?kkr lehd j.k (2 cos )x2 (2 cosec)x + (cosec2) = 0


x d sfy , d s
oy ,d gy j[krk gSrc (0 2) d sekuksad h la[;k gS

1.

2.

3.

4.

d k eku cjkcj gS&

x(sin (sin x) cos (cos x))dx


0

(R)

;fn nh?kZ
o`k d h mRd sUnzrk e gSft ld k {ks=kQ y ] bld slgk;d o`k
d s{ks=kQ y d k vk/kk gS] rc 4e2 =

(S)

;fn x 2 d sfoLrkj esax lsLora=k in t0 gSrFkk tm1 , tm2


x
nkse/; inksad k xq.kkad gS] rc

Codes :
P
(A*)
3
(B)
2
(C)
4
(D)
3
Sol.

(P)

Q
1
1
1
4

R
2
3
2
2

If

;fn cos = 0

If

;fn cos0

t 0 tm1 tm2
12

gS&

S
4
4
3
1
=

3
,
2 2

D = 0

4 cosec 4.2.cos.cosec= 0
1 = 2 cos sin
sin2= 1

2=

0 24

5
,
2 2

Four values of
d spkj

ekuks
ad sfy ,

(Q)

ekukI =

Let

x(sin (sin x) cos (cos x))dx


0

/2

x(sin (sin x) cos (cos x)) x sin (sin x) cos


0

cos x dx

/2

(sin (sin x) cos (cos x))dx


0

[Type text]

Page 14

/2

/2

(sin2 (sin x)dx

=.
(R)

/2

dx

(sin (cos x)dx


0

2
=
2
2

Ans. = 2

a = 2ab
a = 2b
b 2 = a 2 (1 e 2 )
1 = 4(1e 2 )
2

4e = 3
r

(S)

1
t r + 1 = 9 c r (x 2 ) q r = 9cr.x183r(1)r
x
put 18 3r = 0 j[kusij
r=6
9

t0 = C 6
9

2 1
p ukad
x x index in odd lw

two middle term nkse/;

t 0 t m1 tm2
12
17.

fo"ke esagSA

in tm1 = 9c4 x4, tm2 =9c4(x)5

c6 0
84
=
12
12

[MTC-MS]

List-I

lwp h- I
(P)

[301] List-II
lwp h - II

If a,b,c are non zero real numbers, system of equations y + z = a + 2x,


x + z = b + 2y, x + y = c + 2z are consistent and b = 4a +

1.

20

2.

3.

c
, then
4

sum of roots of quadratic equation at + bt + c = 0 is


(Q)

Let A be a matrix of order 3, such that A = 2A , where is an


5

identity matrix of order 3. If A = A + then =


(R)

Let an ant start from origin (O) travels 3 units on negative x-axis,

travels 1 unit parallel to positive y-axis, travels 2 units parallel to negative z-axis to

reach point A : p i 2j k and q be such that resultant of


p and q is 3i 3j 4k , then [p OA q] =
[Type text]

Page 15

(S)

If z1,z2 are two complex number numbers satisfying

z1 3z 2
= 1,
3 z1z2

|z1| 3, then |z2| is equal to

(P)

lwp h- I

lwp h - II

;fn a, b, c v'kwU; okLrfod la[;k,gS] lehd j.k fud k; y + z = a + 2x,

1.

20

2.

3.

x + z = b + 2y, x + y = c + 2z la
xr

gSrFkk b = 4a +

c
, rc
4

f}?kkr lehd j.k at2 + bt + c = 0 d sewy ksad k ;ksxQ y gS&


(Q)

ekuk A, 3 e d h vkO;wg bl izd kj gSfd A2 = 2A t gk 3 d ksfV


d h rRled vkO;wg gS;fn A5 = A + rc =

(R)

ekuk ,d phVh ewy fcUnq(O) ls3 bd kbZ_ .kkRed x-v{k ij py rh gS]


/kukRed y v{k d slekUrj 1 bd kbZpy rh gS] _ .kkRed z-v{k d slekUrj
2 bd kbZpy

d j A = p i 2j k fcUnqij igqap rh gS rFkk lfn'k

bl izd kj gSfd lfn'k p vkS


j q d k ifj.kkeh 3i 3j 4k gS

rc [p OA q] =
(S)

;fn z1, z2 nkslfEeJ la[;k,bl izd kj gSfd

z1 3z2
= 1, |z1| 3
3 z1z2

gS] rc |z2| cjkcj gS


&
Codes :
P
(A)
3
(B)
2
(C*)
3
(D)
4
Sol.

Q
1
1
1
1

R
4
4
2
3

S
2
3
4
2

(P) Adding t ks
M usij
2(x+ y +z) = a+ b + c + 2x + 2y +2z
0 =a+b+c
b = 4a +

c
4

..(1)

16a 4b + c = 0

..(2)

comparing at + bt + c = 0

[Type text]

Page 16

at + bt + c = 0 rq
y uk d jusij
by (1) t = 1
(1) ls t = 1
by (2) t = 4
(2) ls t = 4
sum of roots = 3

ewy ksd k ;ksxQ y = 3


t = 4
3

(Q) A = AA

=A(2A )
2

=2A A
= 2(2A ) A = 3A 2
= 3A 2
4

A = 4A 3
A5 = 5A 4
=5, = 4
(R)

= 20

A =(3, 1,2)

p q = (3, 3, 4)
q =(3 1, 3 + 2, 4 1)

=(2, 1, 3) p OA q = 3

= 1(3, 2)+ 2 (9 + 4) + 1(3 2)


= + 1 + 2 (5) + 1
=8
(S)

|z1|2 (z13 z2 + z1 3z2) +9|z2|2 = 9 (3z1 z2 + 3 z1 z2) + |z1|2|z2|2


2

|z1| |z1| |z2| + 9|z2| 9 = 0


|z1|2 (1 |z2|2 ) + 9(|z2|2 1) = 0
2

(|z1| 9) (1 |z2| ) = 0

[Type text]

Page 17

|z1| 3

18.

|z2| = 1

[MTC-MS]

List-I
(P)

[302]

List-II

lwp h- I

lwp h - II

Given that the side length of a rhombus is the geometric mean

1.

11

of the lengths of its diagonals. The acute angle between the sides

then k equals
k

of rhombus is

(Q)

If y = mx + 1 is tangent to y = 4x, then m is

2.

(R)

The absolute value of the difference of two distinct value of x

3.

4.

which minimizes the value of expression (x x 21) (x x 39) is


(S)

If x1, x2, x3 are the three real solutions of the equation

(2 nx 1)

= 1 e 9 xln x 0.5 , where x, 1, x2 1, x3 1,

1

e 9

then value of x1x2x3 is

(P)

lwp h- I

lwp h - II

fn;k x;k gSfd leprqHkZqt d h Hkqt k d h y EckbZbld sfod .kksZd h

1.

11

y EckbZd k xq.kks
kj ek/; gS;fn leprq
HkqZt d h Hkqt kvksad se/; U;wud ks
.k

gS] rc k cjkcj gS&

(Q)

;fn y = mx + 1 ijoy ; y2 = 4x d h Li'kZjs[kk gSrc m gS

2.

(R)

x d snksfofHkUu

3.

4.

ekuksad svUrj d k fujis{k eku ft ud sfy , O;at d


2

(x x 21) (x x 39) d k eku


1

(S)

U;wure gks] gksxk&


1



;fn lehd j.kx(2nx 1) e 9 = 1 e 9 xln x 0.5 d srhu

okLrfod gy x1, x2, x3 gSt gkx, 1, x2 1, x3 1,


rc x1x2x3 d k eku gS&
Codes :
P
(A*)
4
[Type text]

Q
2

R
1

S
3
Page 18

Sol.

(B)
(C)
(D)

2
3
2

3
1
3

4
4
1

1
2
4

(P)

a
tan , x = a b
2 b
a2 b2

4
4

x =

Area {ks
=kQ y = x2.sin =

sin =

1
a.b
2

1
2

a/2
x
/2

b/2

a
m

(Q)

c=

(R)

Let ekuky = x x 21

1=

1
m

m=1

General equation = (y) . (y 18)

O;kid lehd j.k = (y) . (y 18)


= y2 2.y.9 + 81 81
= (y 9)2 81
minimum at y = 9
y=9

ij U;wure
2

x x 21 = 9
2

x x 30 = 0

(S)

Let ekuk t = x x

1/9

t +e
2

ln x

1
2

vUrj |6 (5)| = 11

2 ln x 1

1/9

= (1 + e )t
1/9

t (1 + e ) t + e
[Type text]

difference

1/9

=0

Page 19

t = 1 or t = e
2ln x1

1/9

=1

2ln x 1
=0
2

lnx =

2ln x1

or

=e

1/9

take loge
2ln x 1

1
2

ln x

1
9

1
2y 1
2 y 9 , y = lnx

x = e1/2

2y y =

2
9

y2 + y3 =

1
2

lnx2 + lnx3 =

1
2

1/2

x2x3 = e

1/2

1/2

x1x2x3 = e .e

19.

=e

[MTC-MS]

List-I

[302]

lwp h- I
x

(P)

The number of solutions of equation x

ln t dt
0

(Q)

List-II

lwp h - II
x2
+
, x R are
3

Points (t1, 2t + 2) and (2t + 1, t +1) are image of each other with

1.

2.

3.

4.

respect to line L. If line L passes through (1, 0) then value of 2t is


(R)

x3 2x 2 ax 6 ; x 1
If f(x) =
is differentiable for x R, then
2x b
; x 1

value of (b a) is

(S)

If z0 is the only point of contact of curves z + z = 2|z 1|, arg (z + 1 + i) = ,


2

(0, ), then |z0| may be

[Type text]

Page 20

lwp h- I

lwp h - II
x

lehd j.k x ln t dt

(P)

x
+
, x R d sgy ks
ad h la[;k gS
&
3

(t1, 2t + 2) vkS
j (2t + 1, t +1) js
[kk L d slkis{k ,d

(Q)

L, (1, 0) lsxq
t jrh gSrc2t d k eku

nql jsd sizfrfcEc gS;fn

2x b

(b a) d k eku

; x 1

2.

3.

4.

gS&

;fn z0 o z + z = 2|z 1|, d ks.kkad (z + 1 + i) = , (0, ) d k d soy

(S)

gS&

x3 2x 2 ax 6 ; x 1
;fn f(x) =
, x R d sfy , vod y uh; gSrc

(R)

1.

,d Li'kZfcUnqgS] rc |z0|2 d k eku gksld rk gS&


Codes :
P
2
2
3
2

(A*)
(B)
(C)
(D)
Sol.

Q
1
3
1
3

(P) x + x(lnx 1) =

xlnx =

lnx =

S
2
1
2
4

x2
3

x2
3

x
3

two solutions
(Q)

R
4
4
4
1

nksgy

3t 3t 3
mid-point ,
and given point (1, 0)
2
2
3t 3t 3
,
vkSj
2
2

e/; fcUnq

slope iz
o.krk

fn;k x;k fcUnq(1, 0)

3
( t 1) 0
t 1
= 2

3t
2

1
t
2
3

slope of given points nksfcUnq


v ks
ad h izo.krk =

[Type text]

t 1
t 1

t 1 2t 1 t 2

Page 21

product of slopes iz
o.krkvksad k xq.kuQ y

2
(t + 1) = t (t + 2)
3
2

t + 2t+1 = t + 2t +

t 1 t 1

= 1
=
2 ( t 2)

2t
4
+
3
3

4 2t

3 3

1 = 2t

y=x

y=x/3

(R)

1+2+a+6=2+b
7=ba

(S)

2x = 2 ( x 1)2 y 2
arg(Z (1 i)) =

x = x 2x + 1 + y
y2 = 2x 1

2
y = 2x
2

1/ 2
1

y = mx +
m
2

1
3
1 = m +
2m
2
3m 2m 1

2
2m
2

3m = 2m + 1
m =1

tangent is Li'kZjs
[kky = x

solving with parabola ijoy ;

d slkFk gy d jusij

y = 2x 1
x = 1
[Type text]

y=1

P(1, 1) z0 1 + i
Page 22

|z0| = 2

Z0

[Type text]

Page 23

PHYSICS

DATE : 10-05-2015

PHYSICS

BATCH : P, F, R_(JPT-1)

Factulty :SYLLABUS : FULL SYLLABUS

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Paper-2
S.No.

Subject Nature of Questions

1 to 15

No. of Questions Marks Negative

MCQ

15

16 to 19

Match matrix listing

20 to 34

MCQ

35 to 38

Match matrix listing

39 to 53

MCQ

54 to 57

Match matrix listing


Total

57

Total
60

12

15

60

12

15

60

12

Total

216

PAPER-2
SECTION-1 : (One or more option correct type)
[k.M 1 : (,d ;k v f/kd lgh fod Yi d kj)
This section contains 15 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct.
bl [k.M esa15 cgqfod Yi 'u gSA R;sd 'u esapkj fod Yi (A), (B), (C) vkSj (D) gS] ft uesalsd soy ,d

;k v f/kd lgh gSA

MCQ._(15)
20.

Two waves are simultaneously passing through a string, their equations are y1 = A1 sin k(x vt)
1
and y2 = A2 sin k (x vt + x0) respectively, where k = 3.14 cm and x0 = 3.0 cm, A1 = 6 mm,
A2 = 5.2 mm, select the correct statements.
[ST-SO](102)
(A*) Their phase difference is 3
(B*) They produce destructive interference
(C*) Their resulting amplitude is 0.8 mm
(D) Their resulting amplitude is 11.2 mm

nks rjax ,d Mksjh ls ,d lkFk xqt j jgh gSA mud s lehd j.k e'k% y1 = A1 sin k(x vt) rFkk
y2 = A2 sin k (x vt + x0) t gkk = 3.14 cm1 rFkkx0 = 3.0 cm, A1 = 6 mm, A2 = 5.2 mm gS
A lR; d Fkuksa
d k p;u d hft ,A
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PHYSICS

(B*) osfouk'kh O;frd j.k mRiUu

Sol.

PHYSICS

(A*) mud k d y kUrj 3 gks


xkA

d jrk gSA

(C*) mud k ifj.kkeh vk;ke 0.8 mm

gSA

(D) mud k ifj.kkeh vk;ke 11.2 mm

gSA

(a) phase difference d y kUrj = kx0 = 3.14 3 = 3


(b) odd multiple of . ; d k fo"ke

xq.kt

(c) Amin = |A1 - A2| = |6 - 5.2| = 0.8 mm


21.

A black body has a temperature of 'T' (in kelvin) and wavelength corresponding to maximum
energy density. When body cools, if the wavelength corresponding to the maximum energy density
changes by 900% then choose the correct alternative(s)
[HT-FA](104)

,d d `f".kd k oLrqd k rki 'T' (d SfYou esa) rFkk vf/kd re~ t kZ?kuRo d slaxr rjaxnS/;Z gSA t c oLrqBaM h
gksrh gSA ;fn vf/kd re~ t kZ?kuRo d slaxr rjaxnS/;Z900% lsifjorfrZr gksrh gSrc lgh fod Yiksad k p;u
d hft ,A
(A) Temperature of black body to which it is cooled is

T
9

(B*) Ratio of rate of emission i.e. final to initial will be 1 : 10000


(C*) The magnitude of difference in two temperature

9T
10

(D) Ratio of rate of emission i.e. final to initial will be 1 : 6561

f".kd k oLrqd k rki


(A) d `
(B*) mRlt Z
u

T
9

gSA

d h nj d k vuqikr vFkkZr~vfUre rFkk izkjfEHkd d k vuqikr 1 : 10000 gSA

(C*) nks
uksarkiksaesavUrj

u
(D) mRlt Z

ft l ij ;g BaM h gksrh gS]

d k ifjek.k

9T
10

gSA

d h nj d k vuqikr vFkkZ
r~vfUre rFkk izkjfEHkd d k vuqikr 1 : 6561 gSA

Sol.(bc) = 9

fTf = iTi

f = 9

10.Tf = T

f = 10

Tf

magnitude change in 'T' es


aifjorZu

T
10

d k ifjek.k

9T
10

Rate f Tf
1 : 10000
Ratei Ti

22.

In the given circuit potential of the point A is 9V higher than potential of the point B. Choose
correct alternative(s)
[CE-KL] (104)

fn;sx;sifjiFk esafcUnqA d k foHko fcUnqB d sfoHko ls9V mPp gSA lgh fod Yiksad k p;u d jksA
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PHYSICS

PHYSICS

(A) Value of resistance R is 1

izfrjks/k R d k eku 1 gS
(B*) Value of resistance R is 7

izfrjk/sk R d k eku 7 gS
(C*) magnitude of potential difference between B and D is 30 V.
B rFkk D d se/;

foHkokUrj d k ifjek.k 30V gSA

(D) magnitude of potential difference between B and C is 15 V.


B rFkk C d se/;

foHkokUrj d k ifjek.k 15V gSA

Ans. (bc)
Sol.

24 15 6
R 1 2 1

VA VB 6 Ir

23.

33
R4

9 6

R = 7

VBC = 15 3(2) = 9V

VBD = 30V

A block of mass 'm' rests on a fixed incline plane of inclination '' with horizontal. Assume friction is
large enough to make the block stationary. Then choose correct alternative(s). [FR-MQ] (104)

nzO;eku d k ,d Cy kWd {kSfrt ls d ks.k ij >qd sfLFkj urry ij fojke ij gSA ;g ekfu, fd ?k"kZ.k Cy kWd
d ksfLFkj j[kusd sfy , i;kZIr gS
A rc lgh fod Yiksad k p;u d jksA
m

(A) Maximum value of horizontal component of friction is mg

?k"kZ.k cy d s{kSfrt ?kVd d k vf/kd re eku mg gS


(B*) Angle at which horizontal component of friction is maximum is /4

d ks.k , ft l ij ?k"kZ.k cy d k {kSfrt ?kVd vf/kd re gS, /4 gksxk


(C*) Maximum value of horizontal component of friction is mg/2

?k"kZ.k cy d s{kSfrt ?kVd d k vf/kd re eku mg/2 gS


(D) Angle at which horizontal component of friction is maximum is /3

d ks.k , ft l ij ?k"kZ.k cy d k {kSfrt ?kVd vf/kd re gS, /3 gksxk


Ans.

(BC)

Sol.

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P2-3

PHYSICS

PHYSICS

fx = mg sin
fx = f cos = mg sin cos

fx

mg
sin 2
2

fxmax = mg/2

24.

)
4

A particle travels along the path y = a + bx + cx2 where a, b, c are positive constants. If v0 is the
speed of the particle and it is constant. Then choose the correct options, if at the given instant
particle is at x = 0.
[CM-VT](104)

,d d .k iFk y = a + bx + cx2 d svuqfn'k xfr'khy gSt gka, b, c /kukRed fu;rkad gSaA ;fn v0 d .k d h pky
gS rFkk ;g fu;r gSA rc lgh fod Yiksad k p;u d jks] ;fn fn;sx;s{k.k ij d .k x = 0 ij gS
(1 b2 )3/ 2
2c

(A*) radius of curvature is

o rk f=kT;k

(1 b2 )3/ 2
2c

gks
xh
2cv 0 2

(B*) magnitude of net acceleration is

1 b
2cv 0 2

d qy Roj.k d k ifjek.k

1 b

gS

3/2

2c 2 v 0 2

(C) radius of curvature is

1 b
2c 2 v 0 2

o rk f=kT;k

1 b

3/2

3.2

gksxh

3.2

(D) magnitude of centriptal acceleration

vfHkd sfUnz; Roj.k d k ifjek.k

v 02
1 b2

v 02
1 b2

gksxk

Sol. (ab)

R=

dy 2
1

dx

d y
dx 2

3/2

(1 b2 )3/2
2c


a ar a t

a t = 0. (speed constant) (pky

fu;r gS)

v2
2cv 0 2
| a | = | ar | = 0 =
3/2
R
1 b2

25.

In the circuit shown below the switch between A & B is closed at t = 0, then choose the correct
options. (Consider circuit to be in steady state at t < 0 )
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PHYSICS

[EI-CI](102)

uhpsn'kkZ;sx;sifjiFk esaA o B d se/; d qat h t = 0 ij cUn d h t krh gS, rc lgh fod Yi@fod Yiksad k p;u
d hft ,A (ekfu;sfd ifjiFk t < 0 ij LFkk;h voLFkk esagSA)

R1
E

R2

B
L

(A*) Current through R1 and R2 will not change just after the switch is closed

d qat h cUn d jusd sBhd ckn R1 o R2 lsxqt jusoky h /kkjk ifjofrZr ughagksrh gSA
(B) Current through R1 and R2 will change just after switch is closed

d qat h cUn d jusd sBhd ckn R1 o R2 lsxqt jusoky h /kkjk ifjofrZr gksrh gSA
(C) Current through L will be different at both instants. i.e., just after switch is closed and after long
time.

nksuksa {k.kksa vFkkZr~ d qat h cUn d jus d s Bhd ckn ,oacgqr y Ecs le; i'pkr~ ij L ls xqt jus oky h /kkjk
fHkUu&fHkUu gksxhA
(D*) Current through R2 will be same at t < 0 and t .
R2
Sol.

lsxqt jusoky h /kkjk t < 0 ij rFkk t ij leku gksxhA

Since initially inductor L has current

E
flowing through it, so when switch is closed inductor will
R1

give some induced emf, hence (A), (D)

pqafd izkjEHk esaizsjd Ro L lsxqt jusoky h /kkjk

E
R1

gSrFkk t c d qat h d kscUn fd ;k t krk gSizsjd Ro d qN izsfjr

fo-ok-cy nsrk gSvr% (A), (D)


26.

Two spring of spring constant K and 4K are attached with a block of mass m and other end of
springs are free, system is placed between two rigid wall W 1 and W2. Springs are in its natural
length at instant shown, at t = 0 a sharp impulse is give to the block towards wall W1 then
[SH-SM](104)

W2

W1
K

4K

Smooth surface
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W2

W1
K

4K

fpd uh l rg

(A) Block perform SHM


m
5K

(B) Time period of motion of block is 2

(C*) Block perform oscillatory motion (but not SHM) and its time period is

(D) Amplitude of SHM of block is

d
(A) Cy kW

ljy vkorZxfr d jsxkA

d
(B) Cy kW

d k vkorZd ky 2

(C*) Cy kW
d

(D) Cy kW
d

Sol.

m
5K

3 m
2 K

5mK

gksxkA

nksy u xfr d jsxk (ijUrqljy vkorZxfr ughad jsxk rFkk bld k vkorZd ky 3 m gksxkA
2

d h ljy vkorZxfr d k vk;ke

5mK

gksxkA

Two springs are not compressed or extended together and compression of both springs are not
same. So block not perform SHM, it perform oscillatory motion and time period is given by

nksuksafLiazx ,d lkFk lEihfMr ;k izl kfjr ughagksrh gSrFkk nksuksafLiazx esalEihM+u leku ughagSA vr% ljy
vkorZxfr ughad jsaxk] ;g nkSy u xfr d jsxk rFkk vkorZd ky fuEu izd kj gksxkA
T =

m
m
3 m
+
=
4K
K
2 K

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PHYSICS

PHYSICS

nksfLiazx ft ud scy fu;rkad e'k% K rFkk 4K gS] fp=kkuql kj m nzO;eku d s,d Cy kWd lst qM+h gqbZgSrFkk
fLiazxksad snwl jsfljseqDr gSA ;g fud k; nksn`<+nhokjksaW 1 rFkkW2 d se/; j[kk gqv k gSA t = 0 ij, nksuksafLiazx
lkekU; y EckbZesagSrFkk n'kkZ;sx;sbl {k.k ij Cy kWd d ks,d rh{.k vkosx nhokj W1 d h rjQ fn;k t krk
gS] rks

A point object is kept at a distance of OP u. The radius of curvature of spherical surface APB is
CP R. The refractive index of the media are n1 and n2 which are as shown in the diagram, then
(consider only paraxial rays)
[GO-RS](103)

,d fcUnqoLrqnwjh OP = u ij j[kh gqbZgSA xksy kd kj lrg APB d h o rk f=kT;k CP = R gSA ek/;e d k


viorZukad n1 o n2 gSt ksfp=k esan'kkZ;suql kj gS] rc (d soy lek{kh; fd j.ksekusa)

(A*) If n1 n2 image is virtual for all values of u


(B*) If n2 2n1 image is virtual when R u
(C) The image is real for all values of u, n1 and n2
(D) If n2 n1 then image will be always real
(A*) ;fn n1 n2
(B*)

gSrc u d slHkh ekuksad sfy , vkHkklh izfrfcEc cusxkA

;fn n2 2n1 gSrc R u d sfy , vkHkklh izfrfcEc cusxkA

(C) u, n1 rFkk n2 d slHkh ekuks


ad sfy ,
(D)

Sol.

okLrfod izfrfcEc cusxkA

;fn n2 n1 rc ges'kk okLrfod izfrfcEc cusxkA

n2
n
n n1
1 2
v ( u)
R
A
i
O

r
P

C
n2

n1
B

n2 n2 n1 n1

v
R
u
(a) if ;fn n1 > n2 v is ve ; v _
(b)

.kkRed gS (a)

2n1 n1 n1

v
R u
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PHYSICS

27.

if
28.

;fn R > u v is -ve _ .kkRed gS

An infinitely long straight wire carrying a current 1 is partially surrounded by ABCD loop as shown
in figure, arc AD and BC have circular shape and the infinite wire passes through their centre
C1C2. The loop has a length L, radius R and carries a current 2. The axis of the loop coincides with
the wire, ABCD plane and infinite length wire are coplanar. Then
[EM-TL](102)

/kkjk d k ,d vuUr y EckbZd k lh/kk /kkjkokgh rkj fp=k esan'kkZ;suql kj y wi ABCD }kjk vkaf'kd ifjc) gS]
pki AD rFkk BC o`kkd kj vkd kj j[krsgS,oavuUr y EckbZd k rkj mud sd sUnzC1C2 lsxqt jrk gSA y wi d h
y EckbZL, f=kT;k R rFkk izokfgr /kkjk 2 gSA y wi d h v{k rkj d slEikrh gS] ry ABCD o vuUr yEckbZd k
rkj lery h; gSA rc
1

R
C1

1
2
C
C2

Sol.

(A)

Net force exerted on the loop by the wire is zero.

(B*)

Net force exerted on the wire by the loop is

(C)

Net force exerted by the wire on the loops is

(D*)

Net torque acting on the loop, about axes C1C2 is zero.

(A)

rkj }kjk y wi ij vkjksfir d qy cy 'kwU; gSA

(B*)

y wi }kjk rkj ij vkjksfir d qy cy

0 I1 I 2 L
gS, t ksry ABCD esarFkk CD d h vksj gSA
R

(C)

rkj }kjk y wi ij vkjksfir d qy cy

0 I1I 2 L
gS, t ksry ABCD esarFkk CD d h vksj gSA
2 R

(D*)

v{k C1C2 d slkis{k y wi ij d k;Zjr~d qy cy k?kw.kZ'kwU; gSA

0 I1 I 2 L
, in the plane ABCD and towards CD.
R
0 I1I 2 L
, in the plane ABCD and towards CD.
2 R

Force is exerted only by straight portions of loop


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PHYSICS

PHYSICS

2 1 1

v R u

PHYSICS

Fnet =

PHYSICS

cy d soy y wi d slh/ksHkkx }kjk vkjksfir gSA


0 1 2L 0 1 2L
+
option fod Yi (B) & o (D)
2R
2R

29. A charged particle (+q) is moving simple harmonically on the x-axis with its mean position at origin.
Amplitude of the particle is A and its angular frequency is .

,d vkosf'kr d .k (+q), x-v{k ij ljy vkorZxfr d jrk gS] ft ld h ek/; fLFkfr eqy fcUnqij gSA d .k d k
vk;ke A rFkk bld h d ks.kh; vko`fk gSA
[EM-FQ](104)
y

x
(A, 0)

(0, 0)

(A, 0)

(A) The magnitude of magnetic field at (2A, 0) will change periodically with period 2/.
(B*) The maximum magnitude of the magnetic field at (0, A) is

0 q

4 A

A
(C*) The magnetic field at (A, A) at the moment the particle passes through , 0 , will be
2
3 0 q
5 5 A

(D*) The magnitudes of magnetic field at (0, A) and (0, A) will be same at any time.

(A) (2A, 0) ij
(B*) (0, A)

pqEcd h; {ks=k d k ifjek.k vkorZd ky 2/ lsvkorhZ: i lsifjofrZr gksxkA

ij pqEcd h; {ks=k d k vf/kd re ifjek.k

A
(C*) d .k t c , 0 lsxq
t jrk gSml
2

(D*) (0, A) rFkk (0, A)


Sol.

0 q

4 A

gSA

{k.k (A, A) ij pqEcd h; {ks=k

3 0 q
5 5 A

gksxkA

ij pqEcd h; {ks=k d k ifjek.k fd lh Hkh le; ij leku gksxkA

(a) For (2A, 0), = 0 or 180

B = 0 permanent zero LFkk;h : i

ls'kwU;

(b) Magnetic field will be max at (0, A) when the particle passes through (0, 0)
(0, A) ij

pqEcd h; {ks=k vf/kd re gksxk t c d .k (0, 0) lsxqt jrk gSA


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Bmax =

PHYSICS

PHYSICS

0 q(A ) sin 90
q

= 0
4
4 A
A2

(0, A)

Vmax = A

(c) sin =

A
A 5 /2

2
5
(A, A)
2

A2

A
4

v
A/2

r=

A2

A/2

A2
A 5

4
2

A
V = A2 x2 = A 2
2

q A

qv sin 0
B= 0
=

2
4
4
r

A 3
2

3 2

2 5
2

5
2

0 q 3 2 4
3 0 q

=
5
4 A 2
5
5 5 A

(d) same r leku, same leku


same B leku.
(0, A)
r

r
(0, A)

30.

The radii of a spherical capacitor are equal to a and b (b > a). The space between them is filled
with a dielectric of dielectric constant K and resistivity . At t = 0, the inner electrode is given a
charge q0. Choose the correct options :
[CP-EQ](103) [Capacitance]
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PHYSICS

(A*) Charge q on the inner electrode as a function of time is given by q q0 e

PHYSICS

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t
K0

(B) In a short time, the charge on the inner electrode will become zero
(C*) After a long time, the charge on the outer sphere will become q0
(D*) The total amount of heat generated during the spreading of charge will be given by
2
1 1 q
H 0
a b 8 0K

,d xksfy ; la/kkfj=k d h f=kT;k a rFkk b (b > a) gSA bud se/; HkjsinkFkZd k ijkoS| qrkad K rFkk frjks/kd rk
gS
A le; t = 0, ij vkUrfjd by sDVksM +d ksvkos'k q0.fn;k x;k gksrks
lgh d Fku@d Fkuksad k p;u d hft ,A
(A*)

vkUrfjd by sDVksM +ij vkos


'k q, le; d sQ y u d s: i esa q q0 e

(B) vYi

le; vUrjky esvkarfjd by sDVksM +ij vkos'k 'kwU; gkst k,xk

(C*) ,d

YkEcsle; d sckn] ckgjh xksy sij vkos'k q0 gkst k,xk

(D*) vkos
'k d sforj.k d snkSjku

Sol.

C=

t
K0

gksxkA

mRiUu d qy "ek d k eku H 0 gksxk


a b 8 0K

4 0 abK
ba
b

R=

dr

4r

(b a)
4 ab

= RC = K0
q = q0et/

q = q0 e
t = ,

t
K0

q=0

Amount of heat generated

mRiUu "ek

2
1 1 q
H 0
a b 8 0K

31.

A small object moves counter clockwise along the circular path whose centre is at origin as shown
in figure. As it moves along the path, its acceleration vector continuously points towards point S.
Then the object
[CH-HZ](104)

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PHYSICS

PHYSICS

(A*) Speed up as it moves from A to C via B.


via B.

(B) Slows down as it moves from A to C

(C*) Slows down as it moves from C to A via D.


D.

(D) Speed up as it moves from C to A via

,d NksVh oLrqo`kkd kj iFk ij okekorZfn'kk esaxfr'khy gS] rFkk bl o`kkd kj iFk d k d sUnzfp=kkuql kj ewy
fcUnqgSA iFk d svuqfn'k xfr d jrsgq, bld k Roj.k lfn'k y xkrkj fcUnqS d h rjQ funsZf'kr gS] rksoLrq
y
B

lsgksd j A lsC rd xfr d snkSjku pky c<+rh gSA

(A*) B
(B) B

lsgksd j A lsC rd xfr d snkSjku pky ?kVrh gSA

(C*) D
(D) D

Sol.

lsgksd j C lsA rd xfr d snkSjku pky ?kVrh gSA


lsgksd j C lsA rd xfr d snkSjku pky c<+rh gSA

As the object moves from A to C via B the angle between acceleration vector and
velocity vector decreases from 90 and then increases back to 90. Since the angle between
velocity and acceleration is acute, the object speeds up.
As the object moves from C to A via D the angle between acceleration vector and velocity vector
increases from 90 and then decreases back to 90. Since the angle between velocity and
acceleration is obtuse, the object slows down.
(Moderate)

t Sl k fd oLrqB lsgksd j A lsC xfr d jrh gSA Roj.k lfn'k ,oaosx lfn'k d se/; d ks.k 90 ls?kV+rk gS,oa
rc c<+d j okil 90 gkst krk gSA pwafd osx o Roj.k d se/; U;wu d ks.k gSA vr% oLrqd h pky c<+rh gSA
t Sl k fd oLrqD lsgksd j C lsA xfr d jrh gSA Roj.k lfn'k ,oaosx lfn'k d se/; d ks.k 90 lsc<+rk gS,oa
rc ?kVd j okil 90 gkst krk gSA pwafd osx o Roj.k d se/; vf/kd d ks.k gSA vr% oLrq/kheh gksxhA

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PHYSICS

PHYSICS

y
v
a
C

O
a

32.

In a radioactive decay reaction :

,d jsfM;ks/kehZ{k; vfHkf ;k esa%

[MADE: CSS 2012-13]

[NP-DL](102)

A
B
C
2
9
Select correct alternative/s at the instant the number of the particles of B is maximum :
(A*) Activity of A is equal to activity of B

(B*) No of atoms of A is 4.5 times of B

(C) Activity of A is more then activity of B

(D) Activity of A is minimum

lgh fod Yi@fod Yiksad k p;u ml {k.k d hft , t c B d sd .kksad h la[;k vf/kd re gS%

Sol.

(A*) A d h lf ;rk B d h lf ;rk d srq


Y;

gSA

(B*) A d sijek.kq
v ksad h la[;k B d h 4.5 xquk gSA

(C) A d h lf ;rk B d h lf ;rk lsvf/kd

gSA

(D) A d h lf ;rk U;w


ure

gSA

NA 2 = NB 9
NA = 4.5 NB

33.

In series LCR circuit voltage drop across resistance is 8 V and voltage across inductor to is 6 V
across capacitor is 12 volt. Then select incorrect alternative/s :
[AC-RC](102)

Js.kh LCR ifjiFk esaizfrjks/k d sfljksaij foHko iru 8 V gSrFkk izsjd d q.My h d sfljksij oksYVst 6 V gSrFkk
la/kkfj=k d sfljksij 12 V gSA rc vlR; fod Yi@fod Yiksad k p;u d hft ,A
(A*) Voltage of the source will be leading current in the circuit

ifjiFk esaL=kksr oksYVst /kkjk lsvkxsleading gksxkA


(B*) Voltage drop across each element will be less than the applied voltage

izR;sd vo;o d sfljksij foHko iru vkjksfir oksYVst lsd e gksxkA


(C*) Power factor of circuit will be 4/3

ifjiFk d k 'kfDr xq.kkad 4/3 gksxkA


(D*) Source voltage is 26 volt
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PHYSICS

Sol.

Since, cos =

pwafd , cos =

8
4
R
IR
=
=
=
Z
IZ
10
5

8
4
R
IR
=
=
=
Z
IZ
10
5

(cos d Hkh Hkh ,d


Also

PHYSICS

Lkzksr oksYVst 26 oksYV gSA

lsvf/kd ughagksld rk gSA)

rFkk, IxC > IxL

XC > XL

Current will be leading (/kkjk vkxsgks


xh)
In a LCR circuit (LCR
V (VL VC )2 VR2

ifjiFk esa)
(6 12)2 8 2 10

V = 10 ; which is less than voltage drop across capacitor.


V = 10 ; t ksla
/kkfj=k d sfljksaij
34.

foHko iru lsd e gksxkA

Hydrogen gas and oxygen gas have volume 1cm3 each at N.T.P.

N.T.P. ij

gkbMkst u xSl o vkWDlht u xSl d k izR;sd d k vk;ru 1cm3 gSA

[TH-FL] (103)

(A*) Number of molecules is same in both the gases.

nksuksaxSl ksaesav.kqv ksad h la[;k leku gSA


(B) The rms velocity of molecules of both the gases is the same.

nksuksaxSl kasd sv.kqv ksad h oxZek/; ewy pky leku gSA


(C*) The internal energy of each gas is the same.

R;sd xSl d h vkUrfjd t kZleku gSA


(D*) The average velocity of molecules of each gas is the same.

R;sd xSl d sv.kqv ksad k vkSl r osx leku gSA


Sol.

At NTP Same volume means same molecules f1 = f2 , so same tempereature means same
internal energy (U =

mkj

NTP
=

f
nRT). Average velocity is zero.
2

ij leku vk;ru d k vFkZgSleku v.kq] f1 = f2 vr% leku rki d k vFkZgSleku vkarfjd t kZ(U

f
nRT) vkS
lr
2

xfr 'kwU; gSA

SECTION 2 : (Matching List Type)


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PHYSICS

This section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each questions has matching lists. The
codes for the lists have choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
bl [k.M esa4 cgqfod Yi 'u gSaA R;sd 'u esalqesy u lwp h gSA lwfp;ksad sfy , d ksM d sfod Yi (A), (B), (C)

vkSj (D) gSa] ft uesalsd soy ,d lgh gSA

PHYSICS

[k.M 2 : (lqesy u lwp h d kj)

Match List_(4)
35.

Type of ideal gas and process followed by it is given in list-I, and in list-II related known
parameters (P,V,T) or quantities or nature is given. Match list-Iwith list-IIand select the correct
answer using the codes given below the lists . (where R is universal gas constant)
[TH-AD](102)

lwp h-I esavkn'kZxSl d k izd kj rFkk bld s}kjk vuql fjr iz e fn;k x;k gSrFkk lwp h-II easlEcfU/kr izkpy
(P,V,T) ;k jkf'k;k;k iz
fr nh xbZgSA lwp h-Id kslwp h-IIlslqesfy r d hft , vkSj lwfp;ksad suhpsfn;sx;s
d ksM d k iz;ksx d jd slgh mkj pq
fu;s%(t gkR lkoZf=kd xSl fu;rkad gS)

(P)

List-I

List-II

lwp h-I

lwp h-II

PV2/3 = constant

(1)

molar specific heat of gas is 4R

monoatomic gas
2/3

PV
(Q)

= fu;r] ,d

ijek.kqd xSl

T V

(2)

diatomic gas f}ijekf.od


(R)

xSl d h eksy j fof'k"V "ek 4R gSA

xSl

volume expansion coefficient is

vk;ru izl kj xq.kkad

T3
constant
V
mono atomic gas

(3)

3
T

3
T

gS

as volume increases temperature


increases

V
(S)

fu;r] ,d ijek.kqd xSl

vk;ru c<+usd slkFk rkieku c<s+xk

P3 V = constant

(4)

Volume expansion coefficient is

2
T

diatomic gas
3

P V=
Codes :
P
(A)
2
(B*)
2
(C)
3
(D)
3

fu;r] f}ijekf.od xSl


Q
1
4
1
4

R
3
3
2
1

vk;ru izl kj xq.kkad

2
T

gSA

S
4
1
4
2

Sol.

(P) 2, 3 ; (Q) 3, 4 ; (R) 2, 3 ; (S) 1, 3

Sol.

(P) constant molar heat capacity fu;r

eksy j fof'k"V "ek

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PHYSICS

PHYSICS

R
C Cv
1 N
3R
R
9R

2
2
2
1
3

PV

2/3

= constant

fu;rkad (PV = n R T)

T.V 2/3
= constant fu;rka
d
V

TV1/3 = constant fu;rka


d

T3
= constant fu;rka
d
V

So, V increases T must increase

pwafd V c<+rk gSvr% T c<s+xk


Now vc,
T 3 V 1 constant fu;rka
d

3nT nV nK
3dT dv

0
T
v

3
dv

volume expansion coefficient vk;ru


T vdT
So,
(Q)

izl kj xq.kkad

for (P) 2,3

T 2 V T 2 V 1 constant fu;rka
d
P2 V 2 V 1 constant fu;rka
d

d
P2 V constant fu;rka
PV1/ 2 constant fu;rka
d
C

5R
R
9R

1
2
2
1
2

Now vc,
T 2 V 1 constant fu;rka
d =K

2nT nV nK
2dT dV

0
T
V

2
dV

Volume expansion coefficient


T VdT

vk;ru izl kj xq.kkad

as pw
afd T 2 V
So, if V increases T must increase

pwafd V c<+rk gSvr% T c<s+xk


for (Q) d sfy , 3, 4
for (R) same as (P)
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PHYSICS

gS

PHYSICS

(R), (P) d sleku


(R) 2, 3

d
for (S) d sfy , P3 V constant fu;rka
PV 1/ 3 constant

fu;rkad

5R
R

1
2
1
3

5R 3R

4R
2
2

Volume expansion coefficient is vk;ru


As

izl kj xq.kkad

3
2T

PV1/3 K
TV 2/3 K
nT

2
nV nK
3

dT 2 dV

0
T 3 V
3
dV
(Volume expansion coefficient) (vk;ru

2T VdT

izl kj xq.kkad )

Also if V increases T increases

pwafd V c<+rk gSvr% T c<s+xk


(S) 1, 3

36.

Three metallic bars 1, 2, 3 are arranged as shown is figure, with number of free charge carriers in
ratio
N1 : N2 : N3 = 1 : 3 : 2; resisitivity ratio 1 : 2 : 3 2 : 1: 3; lengths in ratio
1 : 2 : 3 2 : 2 : 3 for 1, 2, and 3 bars respectively (radius of cross-section shown in figure),

carry current i as shown. Match list-with list-and select the correct answer using the codes
given below the lists :
[CE-DF](103)

rhu /kkfRod NM+s1, 2, 3 fp=kkuql kj O;ofLFkr gSaA mud seqDr vkos'k okgd ksad h la[;k d k vuqikr e'k% N1 :
N2 : N3 = 1 : 3 : 2; iz
frjks/kd rk d k vuqikr e'k% 1 : 2 : 3 2 : 1: 3; y EckbZ d k vuqikr e'k%
1 : 2 : 3 2 : 2 : 3

gSA (vuqizLFk d kV d h f=kT;k fp=k esaiznf'kZr gSA) fp=kkuql kj /kkjk i izokfgr gSA lwp h-d ks

lwp h-lslqesfy r d hft , vkSj lwfp;ks


ad suhpsfn;sx;sd ksM d k iz;ksx d jd slgh mkj pqfu;s%

p hI
List l w

List

lwp hII

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(P)

If P1, P2 and P3 are power dissipiated

1
32

(3)

1
4

(4)

<1

P12

O;f;r

'kfDr e'k% P1, P2 rFkk P3 gSrc

(Q)

(2)

P2P3

across AB, BC, and CD then

aij
AB, BC rFkk CD d sfljks

(1)

PHYSICS

PHYSICS

81
32

P2P3
P12

If E1, E2 and E3 are magnitude of


Electric-fields across AB, BC, and
CD Then

E3 2
E1.E2

aij
AB, BC rFkk CD d sfljks

fo|qr

{ks=k d sifjek.k e'k E1, E2 rFkk E3 gSrc

(R)

If d 1 ,d 2 and d 3 are drift speeds

E3 2
E1.E2

in bar AB, BC and CD respectively


Then

d 2 d 3
d 1 2

equals

NM+AB, BC rFkkCD esaviogu pky


e'k% d1 ,d 2 rFkk d 3 gSrc
(S)

d 2 d 3
d 1 2

If V1, V2, V3 are potential differences


across AB, BC and CD Then

V2 .V3
V12

aij
AB, BC rFkk CD d sfljks
foHkokUrj e'k% V1, V2, V3 gSrc
Codes :
P

V2 .V3
V12

S
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PHYSICS

2
1
2
4

4
2
1
3

1
3
3
2

3
4
4
1

Ans.

(P) 2, 4 ; (Q) 1 ; (R) 3, 4 ; (S) 2, 4

Sol.

R1 2 .

R2 .

3r

2
.
9 A

3
9


(2r)2 4 A

R 2R 3

P12

4 .

R3 3

P2P3

PHYSICS

(A)
(B)
(C*)
(D)

R1 2

2 9

1
9 4
16
32

E = J
J nev d
E

I
A

.I
A
2 .I 2 I

A
r2

E1
E2

E3

.I
3r

I
9A

3 I
4A

3 .I

2r

E1E2

E32

1
9 = 32
9
81
16

d kj
Similarly value of blh iz
d 2 d 3
d 1

V2 .V3
V12

37.

1
4

1
32

The figures in list- show some charge and current distribution with a charged particle projected in
some specific direction list- gives certain conditions which may exist in the subsequent motion of

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[EM-EB](104)

PHYSICS

PHYSICS

the charged particle. Match list with list and select the correct answer using the codes given
below the lists :

lwp h-I d sfp=k esad qN vkos'k rFkk /kkjk forj.k n'kkZ;k gSt c ,d vkosf'kr d .k d ksfo'ks"k fn'kk esaiz{ksfir d jrs
gSA lwp h-II esad qN fo'ks"k 'krsnh xbZgS] t ksvkosf'kr d .k d sv/kksfy f[kr xfr esfo|eku gksld rh lwp h-d ks
lwp h-lslqesfy r d hft , vkSj lwfp;ksad suhpsfn;sx;sd ksM d k iz;ksx d jd slgh mkj pqfu;s% vkosf'kr d .k
ij xq: Ro d k izHkko ux.; gS
List -I
(P)

List-II

A positively charge projected along the axis of two


coaxial carrying wires, carrying currents in opposite

the charged particle is

directions as shown

constant

1
q

(Q)

(1) Magnitude of acceleration of

Two long line charges having equal charge density

parallel to z-axis passing through points A (a,0,0)

(2) Kinetic energy of the charged


particle is constant

and B (-a,0,0) and a positive charge projected along


Y-axis from point C(0,2a,0)

C
+
q

(R)

Y
X

A positive charge is projected from an inside point

(3) Angular momentum of the

on the axis of a long solenoid at some angle

charged particle about the

with axis as shown. Charge does not hit the solenoid

of projection is constant

+
q

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(S)

A positive charge projected from a point in between


two large parallel oppositely charged horizontal plates

(4) Path of the charged particle


is straight

at some angle with horizontal as shown. Charge


does not hit the plate.
+ +

+ + + + + + + + + +

+
q

lwp h-I
(P)

lwp h-II

,d /kukRed vkosf'kr d .k d ksnkslekf{k; /kkjkokgh

(1) vkos
f'kr

rkjksad sy wi ft uesa/kkjk foijhr fn'kk esafp=kkuql kj

d .k d sRoj.k d k ifjek.k

fu;r gSA

izokfgr gS] d h v{k d svuqfn'k iz{ksfir fd ;k t krk gS


1
q

(Q)

leku vkos
'k ?kuRo d snksy Ecsjs[kh; vkos'k forj.k
z-v{k d slekUrj

(2) vkos
f'kr

d .k d h xfrt t kZfu;r gSA

fcUnqA (a, 0, 0) o B (-a, 0, 0) lsxqt jrsgS

rFkk ,d /kukRed vkosf'kr d .k d ksn'kkZ;suql kj Y-v{k d s


vuqfn'k fcUnqC(0, 2a, 0) lsiz{ksfir d jrsgSA

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PHYSICS

PHYSICS

PHYSICS

PHYSICS

C
+

(R)

Y
X

,d /kukRed vkosf'kr d .k d ks,d y Ech ifjukfy d k d h


v{k d sfd lh fcUnqlsv{k lsn'kkZ;svuql kj d qN d ks.k

(3) vkos
f'kr

d .k d k d ks.kh; laosx iz{ksi.k

fcUnqd slkis{k fu;r jgrk gSA

cukrsgq, iz{ksfir d jrsgSA vkosf'kr d .k ifjukfy d k ls


ughaVd jkrk gSA

+
q

(S)

,d /kukRed vkosf'kr d .k d ksfoifjr vkos'k ls

(4) vkos
f'kr

d .k d k iFk ljy js[kk gS

vkosf'kr nksfoLrfjr {kSfrt Iy sVksad se/; fcUnqls


n'kkZ;suql kj {kSfrt js[kk lsd qN d ks.k cukrsgq, iz{ksfir
d jrsgSA vkosf'kr d .k Iy sV lsughaVd jkrk gSA

Codes :
P
(A)
3
(B)
3
(C)
4
(D*)
3

+ +

+ + + + + + + + + +

+
q

Q
1
2
2
4

R
2
1
1
2

S
4
4
3
1
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(P) 1, 2, 3, 4 ; (Q) 3, 4 ; (R) 1, 2 ; (S) 1

Sol.

(P) Direction of magnetic field is parallel or antiparallel to velocity, hence no change in


K.E. (1), (2)

pqEcd h; {ks=k d h fn'kk osx d slekUrj ;k izfrlekUrj gS] vr% xfrt t kZesad ksbZifjorZu ughagS (1), (2)

PHYSICS

PHYSICS

Ans.

Angular momentum L = 0 (3), (4)

d ks.kh; laosx L = 0 (3), (4)


(Q) The two infinite line charges will repel q along (y)-axis 3, 4

nksvuUr y EckbZjs[kh; vkos'k] vkos'k q d ks(y)-v{k d svuqfn'k izfrd "kZ.k d jsxsa 3, 4


(R) The charge will undergo helical path inside solenoid 1, 2

vkos'k ifjukfy d k d svUnj gSy hd y iFk esaxfr d jsxk 1, 2


(S) A uniform electric field will provide constant acceleration towards ve plate only 1

,d leku oS| qr {ks=k d soy _ .kkRed Iy sV d h vksj fu;r Roj.k iznku d jsxsa 1
K.E., L 0

38.

An object O (real) is placed at focus of an equi-convex lens as shown in figure. The refractive
index of material of lens is = 1.5 and the radius of curvature of either surface of lens is R. The
lens is surrounded by air. In each statement of list-I some changes are made to situation given
above and information regarding final image formed as a result is given in list-II. The distance
between lens and object is unchanged in all statements of list-I. Match list-with list-and select
the correct answer using the codes given below the lists : [M.Bank_GO_12.14]

[GO-LE](102)

,d fcEc O (okLrfod ) fp=k d svuql kj ,d lemky (equi-convex) y sUl d sQ ksd l ij fLFkr gSA y sUl d s
inkFkZd k viorZukad = 1.5 gSrFkk y sUl d sfd lh Hkh lrg d h o rk f=kT;k R gSA y sUl ok;qlsf?kjk gqv k
gSA lwp h-I d sizR;sd d Fku esa ij nh xbZfLFkfr esad qN ifjorZu fd ;sx;sgSrFkk ifj.kkeLo: i cuusokys
vfUre izfrfcEc lslEcfU/kr lwp uk;salwp h-II esanh xbZgSaA lwp h-I d slHkh d Fkuksaesay sUl rFkk oLrqfcEc d s
chp nwjh vifjofrZr gSA lwp h-d kslwp h-lslqesfy r d hft , vkSj lwfp;ksad suhpsfn;sx;sd ksM d k iz;ksx
d jd slgh mkj pqfu;s%
ok;q R

ok;q

O
f

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PHYSICS

List-II

(P) If the refractive index of the lens is

PHYSICS

List-I

(1) final image is real

doubled (that is, made 2 ) then


(Q) If the radius of curvature is doubled

(2) final image is virtual

(that is, made 2R) then


(R) If a glass slab of refractive index = 1.5

(3) final image becomes smaller in size

is introduced between the object

in comparison to size of image before

and lens as shown, then

the change was made

O
slab

(S) If the left side of lens is filled with a medium

(4) final image is inverted.

of refractive index = 1.5 as shown, then

R
air

lwp h&I
(P)

;fn y sUl d k viorZukad nqxquk fd ;k t krk gS


(vFkkZ
r~2

(Q)

lwp h&II
(1) vfUre

izfrfcEc okLrfod gksrk gSA

(2) vfUre

izfrfcEc vkHkklh gksrk gSA

fd ;k t krk gS) rc

;fn o rk f=kT;k nqxquh d h t krh gS


(vFkkZ
r~2R d h t krh gS) rc

(R)

;fn viorZukad = 1.5 d sd kp d h ih

(3) ifjorZ
u

d jusd sigy sd sizfrfcEc

d ksfcEc rFkk y sUl d schp

d svkd kj d h rqy uk esavc vfUre

fp=kkuql kj j[kk t krk gS] rks

izfrfcEc vkd kj esaN ksVk curk gSA

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PHYSICS

;fn y sUl d scka;h vksj viorZukad = 1.5

(4) v fUre

izfrfcEc m YVk gksr k gSA

PHYSICS

(S)

d k ,d ek/;e fp=kkuql kj Hkjk t krk gSA rks


R

ok;q
O

Ans.

Codes :
P
Q
R
S
(A)
1
2
3
4
(B*)
4
3
2
3
(C)
4
3
2
1
(D)
3
1
4
2
(P) 1,3,4 ; (Q) 2, 3 ; (R) 2, 3 ; (S) 2, 3

Sol.

Initially the image is formed at infinity.


(P) As increases the focal length decreases. Hence the object is at a distance larger than focal
length. Therefore final image is real. Also final image becomes smaller in size in comparision
to size of image before the change was made.
(Q) If the radius of curvature is doubled, the focal length increases. Hence the object is at a
distance lesser than focal length. Therefore final image is virtual. Also final image becomes
smaller in size in comparision to size of image before the change was made.
(R) Due to insertion of slab the effective object for lens shifts right wards. Hence final image is
virtual. Also final image becomes smaller in size in comparision to size of image before the
change was made.
(S) The object comes to centre of curvature of right spherical surface as a result. Hence the final
image is virtual. Also final image becomes smaller in size in comparision to size of image
before the change was made.

izkjEHk esaizfrfcEc vuUr ij curk gS


A
(P)

t c d ksc<+k;k t krk gS] rksQ ksd l nwjh ?kVrh gSA blfy;sfcEc Q ksd l nwjh lsvf/kd nwjh ij gksxkA
blfy ;svfUre izfrfcEc okLrfod gSA lkFk gh ifjorZu d jusd sigy sd sizfrfcEc d svkd kj d h rqy uk esa
vfUre izfrfcEc vkd kj esa NksVk curk gSA

(Q)

;fn o rk f=kT;k nqxquh d h t krh gS] rksQ ksd l nwjh ?kV t krh gSA blfy ;sfcEc Q ksd l nwjh lsd e nwjh
ij gksxkA blfy ;svfUre izfrfcEc vkHkklh gksxkA lkFk gh ifjorZu d jusd sigy sd sizfrfcEc d svkd kj
d h rq
y uk vfUre izfrfcEc vkd kj esaNksVk curk gSA

(R)

iV~Vh d s izos'k d s d kj.k y sUl d s fy , izHkkoh fcEc nak;h vkSj foLFkkfir gks t krk gSA blfy ;s vfUre
izfrfcEc vkHkkl h gksxkA lkFk gh ifjorZu d jusd sigy sd sizfrfcEc d svkd kj d h rqy uk esavfUre izfrfcEc
vkd kj esaNksVk curk gSA

(S)

ifj.kkeLo: i fcEc nak;sxksy h; lrg d so rk d sUnzij vk t krk gSA blfy ;sizfrfcEc vkHkklh gksxkA lkFk
gh ifjorZu d jusd sigy sd sizfrfcEc d svkd kj d h rqy uk esavfUre izfrfcEc vkd kj esaN ksVk curk gSA
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PHYSICS

PHYSICS

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Test Date : 10-05-2015

Course : JP, JF, JR JPT-1 (JEE ADVANCE)


Test Type : JEE ADVANCED (ELPD)

SYLLABUS :
FULL SYLLABUS

Test Pattern :
Paper-1
S.No.

Subject

1 to 12
13 to 20
21 to 25
26 to 37
38 to 45

Nature of Questions
SCQ

Maths

No. of Questions Marks Negative

Total

12

36

Comprehenstion (4 x 2Ques)

24

Integer Type Questions (Two Digits Answer)

15

12

36

24

15

SCQ
Physics Comprehenstion (4 x 2Ques)

46 to 50

Integer Type Questions (Two Digits Answer)

51 to 62

SCQ

12

36

63 to 70 Chemistry Comprehenstion (4 x 2Ques)

24

71 to 75

15

Integer Type Questions (Two Digits Answer)


Total

Total

75

225

Paper-2
S.No.
1 to 15

Subject Nature of Questions


MCQ

No. of Questions Marks Negative

Total

15

60

12

15

60

12

15

60

12

16 to 19

Match matrix listing

20 to 34

MCQ

35 to 38

Match matrix listing

39 to 53

MCQ

54 to 57

Match matrix listing

Total

57

Physical Inorganic Chemistry Paper-1


SCQ (8)
Comp.(4 x 2Q.) (2)
Integer (Double digit) (3)

Organic Chemistry Paper-1


SCQ (4)
Comp.(4 x 2Q.) (2)
Integer (Double digit) (2)

Physical Inorganic Chemistry Paper-2


MCQ (10)
Match Listing type (2)

Organic Chemistry Paper-2


MCQ (5)
Match Listing type (2)

Total

Page # 1

216

Remarks (if any):

Page # 2

JEE (ADVANCED) CHEMISTRY PAPER


SKELETON
Faculty Name :

Test Name : JR (JPT-1)

Faculty preparing the TEST PAPER should fill it according to paper pattern and submit it with finalisation of
paper at SMD.

PAPER-2
S.
No.

TYPE

(P)

39

MCQ

(P)

40

MCQ

41

MCQ

42

MCQ

43

(I)

(O)

DIFFICULTY
LEVEL : Easy
(E), Moderate
(M),
Tough (T)

Question
Nature

Is the
solution
there
(1/0)

TOPIC(S)

SUBTOPIC(S)

SCP

SCP-EBP

207

(I)

PBC

PBC-XVII

206

(I)

PBC

PBC-XIII

206

(P)

CEQ

CEQ-HEE

206

MCQ

(P)

IEQ

IEQ-AS

206

44

MCQ

(P)

SST

SST-RR

206

45

MCQ

(I)

PBC

PBC-XV

206

46

MCQ

(I)

SBC

SBC-CAM

206

47

MCQ

(P)

CEQ

CEQ-SEQ

207

48

MCQ

(P)

ECH

ECH-AOE

205

49

MCQ

(O)

HYC

HYC-RAA

204

50

MCQ

(O)

AC

AC-AA

203

51

MCQ

(O)

AC

AC-AN

203

52

MCQ

(O)

BP

BP-CBH

203

53

MCQ

(O)

AC

AC-EAS

204

54

MTC

(I)

PBC

PBC-XV

203

55

MTC

(I)

MTL

MTL-POIM

203

56

MTC

(O)

AK

AK-HHDR

204

57

MTC

(O)

CAD
HYC

CAD-AEA
HYC-RAA

204

Page # 3

PAPER-2
MCQ (10)
39.
NaCl (aq.) solution is taken at 0C and 1 atm. Now some ice is added in it keeping temperature and
pressure constant then :
(SCP-EBP_207(P))
(A*) Vapour pressure of solution will increase
(B) Osmotic pressure of solution will increase
(C*) Whole of the added ice will melt
(D) Some amount of ice(s) will exist in solution
NaCl (t y h;) foy ;u d ks0C rFkk 1 atm ij fy ;k x;k gSvc rki rFkk nkc d ksfu;r j[krsgq
, blesad qN cQ Z

fey krsgS] rc &


(A*) foy ;u d k ok"inkc c<+
sxkA
(B) foy ;u d k ijklj.k nkc c<+
sxkA
(C*) fey k;h xbZlEiw
.kZcQ Zfi?ky t k,xhA
(D) cQ Zd h d q
N ek=kk foy ;u esafo|eku gksxhA
Sol.

Since freezing point of solution is lower than pure water so whole of the added ice will melt. Due to this
solution will be diluted and vapour pressure will increase.

pwafd foy ;u d k fgekad 'kq) t y lsd e gSblfy , fey k;h xbZlEiw.kZcQ Zfi?ky t k,xhA ft ld sd kj.k foy ;u ruq
gksxk rFkk ok"inkc c<+
sxkA
40.

Sol.

Cold NaCl aqueous solution is electrolysed with vigorous stirring then correct option(s) is/are :
(PBC-XVII_206(I))
(A*) Process will involve disproportionation reaction.
(B*) Final product has bleaching action.
(C) Same product is formed at high temperature
(D*) Gas formed at cathode can not be dried by conc. H2SO4.
BaM sNaCl d st y h; foy ;u d ksrst h lsfoy ksfMr (stirring) gq, blsfo|qr vi?kfVr d jrsgSt c lgh fod Yi@fod Yiksa

d k p;u d hft ,A
(A*) iz
e esafo"kekuqikrhd j.k vfHkf ;k gksxh
(B*) vfUre mRikn foja
t d f ;k d jrk gSA
(C) mPp rki ij leku mRikn curk gS
A
(D*) d S
FkksM ij fufeZr xSl d kslkUnzH2SO4 }kjk 'kq
"d ughafd ;k t k ld rk gSA
At Cathode d S
FkksM ij

2H2O + 2e H2 + 2OH
At Anode ,uks
M ij

2Cl Cl2 + 2e

Cold ( B.Mk)
Cl2 + OH
Cl + OCl

41.

Na CO

HCl

2
3 x
Colemanite

y
Monoprotic
acid

Mg

w
an element

Identify incorrect statement.


(PBC-XIII_206(I))
(A) Oxidation number of boron in colemanite is +3
(B*) z when heated with Co gives blue colour in oxidizing flame and red in reducing flame.
(C*) Almost all compounds of w are ionic.
(D*) Decahydrated x has 4 OH bonds.
Na2CO3
HCl

Mg
y
d ksy sesukbV
x

,d y izksfVd vEy
xy r d Fku pqfu;sA
(A) d ks
y sesukbV esacksjksu d h vkWDlhd j.k la[;k+3 gSA

,d rRo

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(B*) z

d kst c Co d slkFk xeZd jrsgS


] rks;g vkWDlhd kjh Toky k esauhy k jax rFkk vipk;d d kjh Toky k esay ky jax

nsrk gSA
(C*) w d slHkh ;kS
fxd izk;% vk;fud gksrsgSA
(D*) Ms
d kt y ;ksft r x 4 OH ca/k j[krk gSA
Sol.

HCl

Mg

Ca2B6O11 + Na2CO3 Na2B4 O7


H3BO3 B2O3

( X)

(Y)

(Z)

B
(W )

Decahydrated Borax is Na2[B4O5(OH)4].8H2O


Msd kt y ;ksft r cksjsDl Na2[B4O5(OH)4].8H2O gSA
So it has 20 OH bonds.
vr% ;g 20 OH ca/k j[krk gSA
42.

Which of following represents equilibrium condition?


(A*) 10 g ice and 5 g H2O () at 0C & 1 atm
(B*) 5 g ice and 5 g H2O () at 0C & 1 atm
(C*) 10 g H2O () and 5 g H2O (v) at 100C & 1 atm
(D*) 5 g H2O () and 5 g H2O (v) at 100C & 1 atm

(CEQ-HEE_206(P))

fuEu esalsd kSu lkE; ifjfLFkfr iznf'kZr d jrsgSa\


(A*) 0C rFkk1 atm ij 10 g cQ ZrFkk 5 g H2O ()
(B*) 0C rFkk1 atm ij 5 g cQ ZrFkk 5 g H2O ()
(C*) 100C rFkk1 atm ij 10 g H2O () rFkk 5 g H2O (v)
(D*) 100C rFkk1 atm ij 5 g H2O () rFkk 5 g H2O (v)
Sol.

P and T condition decides equilibrium for such equilibria (not amount).

nkc rFkk rki ifjfLFkfr bl izd kj d slkE;ksad sfy , lkE; d ksfuf'pr d jrh gSA ek=kk ugha
43.

Sol.

44.

Salt AB undergoes anionic hydrolysis and its 0.1 M solution has pOH as 5 then. Identify correct.
(IEQ-AS_206(P))

(A*) Kh is equal to Kb of B
(B*) pKa of HB is 5
(C*) h is 0.01%
(D*) pH of 0.1 M HB is 3
y o.k AB _ .kk;fud t y vi?kVu nsrk gSrFkk bld k 0.1 M foy ;u 5 pOH j[krk gS] rc lgh d Fku igpkfu;s
A

(A*) Kh , B d sKb d scjkcj gks


rk gSA
(B*) HB d k pKa 5 gS
A
(C*) h 0.01% gS
A
(D*) 0.1 M HB d h pH 3 gS
A

B
+
H2O HB + OH
c(1h)
ch
ch
c = 0.1 M
5
ch = 10
4
h = 10
2
9
Kh = ch = 10
5
Ka(HB) = 10

9
Kb of B = 10
1
pH = (5 (1)) = 3
2

r
2 2

then correct statement is : (SST-RR_206(P))


R
2

(A*) B touches total 18 ions


+
(B*) A touches 6 ions
(C*) Each body diagonal passes through the centre of 2 cation and 1 anion
(D*) Each body diagonal passes through the centre of 2 anion and 1 cation
r
2 2
,d Bksl A+B
eku j[krk gS] rc lgh d Fku gSa&
R
2
+

A solid A B has

(A*) B d q
y 18 vk;uksad ksLi'kZd jrk gSA
+
(B*) A 6 vk;uks
ad ksLi'kZd jrk gSA
(C*) iz
R;sd d k; fod .kZ2 /kuk;uksarFkk 1 _ .kk;u
(D*) iz
R;sd d k; fod .kZ2 _ .kk;uksarFkk 1 /kuk;u

d sd sUnzlsxqt jrk gSA


d sd sUnzlsxqt jrk gSA
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Sol.

This radius ratio suggests exact fitting in rock salt type structure.

;g f=kT;k vuqikr jkWd lkYV izd kj d h lajpuk esaiw.kZr% O;ofLFkr gksrk gSA
45.

Which is/are correct about SO2Cl2 ?


> OSCl
> ClSCl
bond angle
(A*) OSO

(PBC-XV_206(I))

(B*) Number of p p bonds < Number of pd bonds


(C*) 1 mol of this reacts with 0.1 mol P4
(D*) Its aqueous solution does not give pink colour with phenolphthaleine
SO2Cl2 d slUnHkZes
ad kSulk@d kSulsd Fku lgh gS@ gSa\
> OSCl
> ClSCl
ca
(A*) OSO
/k d ks.k
(B*) p p ca
/kksad h la[;k < pd ca/kksad h la[;k
(C*) bld s1 eks
y 0.1 eks
y P4 d slkFk f ;k d jrsgSA
(D*) bld k t y h; foy ;u fQ ukW
Fksy hu d slkFk xqy kch ja
x
O
Sol.

ughans
rk gSA

S
O

Cl
Cl
2 (pd) bonds ca
/k
No (pp) bonds ca
/k
P4 + 10SO2Cl2 4PCl5 + 10SO2
vf la
;kst d rk xq.kkad = 20 vf la
;kst d rk xq.kkad = 2
SO2Cl2 + H2O H2SO4 + HCl

46.

Na,

Compound of Na A + colourless gas B.


(SBC-CAM_206(I))
(x)
Identify true statement :
(A*) Cl2 disproportionates in aqueous solution of A.
(B*) B does not show allotropy
(C*) X can give red colouration if treated with NH2CSNH2 + CH3COOH then followed by FeCl3
(D) B is not combustible but combustion supporter.
Na,

Na d k ;kS
fxd A + jaxghu
(x)

Ans.

xSl B.

lR; d Fku igpkfu;sA


(A*) A d st y h; foy ;u es
aCl2 fo"kekuq
ikrhd `r gksrk gSA
(B*) B vij: irk ughan'kkZ
rk gSA
(C*) X y ky ja
x nsld rk gS;fn blsigy sNH2CSNH2 + CH3COOH d slkFk rFkk bld si'pkr~FeCl3 d slkFk
mipkfjr fd ;k t krk gS
A
(D) B nguh; ugh gS
] y sfd u ;g ngu lgk;d gksrk gSA
x NaNO2 or ;k NaNO3
A Na2O
B N2

47.

CaCO3(s)

CaO(s) + CO2(g)

(CEQ-SEQ_207(P))

1
O (g)
2 2
For above simultaneous equilibrium if CO2 is added from out side at equilibrium then :

CO2(g)

CO(g) +

mijksDr ,d lkFk gksusoky slkE;ksd sfy , ;fn CO2 d kslkE; ij vy x lsckgj ls fey k;k t krk gSrc &
(A) PCO2 will increase

(B) PCO2 will decrease

(C*) No shift in 2 equilibrium

(D*) Backward shift in 1st equilibrium

nd

(A) PCO2

c<sxkA

Sol.

(B) PCO2

?kVsxkA

(C*) 2 lkE; es
afoLFkkiu ughagksxkA
(D*) 1st lkE; es
ai'p fn'kk d h vksj foLFkkiu
Second equilibrium will not be affected by CO2 addition only first will shift backward.
nd

gksxkA
Page # 6

f}rh; lkE; CO2 fey kuslsizHkkfor ughagks


xk] d soy izFke lkE; gh i'p fn'kk d h vksj foLFkkfir gksxkA
48.

An aqueous solution of ZnCl2 with conc. H2SO4 is electrolysed using zinc electrodes at anode and cathode
then which of following options are correct ?
(ECH-AOE_205(P))
(A) Cl2 gas can evolve at anode due to over voltage conditions
(B*) H2 gas evolve at cathode so pH of solution get increases
+2
(C) Zinc will oxidise at anode but conc. of Zn of solution remain constant.
+2
(D*) conc. of Zn in electrolyte increases but conc. of anion remain same
lkUnz H2SO4 d s lkFk ZnCl2 d s t y h; foy ;u d ks ,uksM rFkk d SFkksM ij ft ad by sDVkWM d k iz;ksx d jd s fo|qr

vi?kfVr fd ;k t krk gSrc fuEu esalsd kSulsfod Yi lgh gSa\


(A) Cl2 xS
l vf/kd oksYVst ifjfLFkfr;ksd sd kj.k fu"d kflr gksld rh gSA
(B*) H2 xS
l d SFkksM ij fu"d kflr gksrh gSblfy , foy ;u d h pH c<+rh gSA
(C) ft a
d ,uksM ij vkWDlhd `r gksxh y sfd u foy ;u d sZn+2 d h lkUnz
rk fu;r jgrh gSA
(D*) fo|q
r vi?kV; esaZn+2 d h lkUnzrk c<rh gSA y s
fd u _ .kk;u d h lkUnzrk leku jgrh gSA
Sol.
Electrolyte ZnCl2 and conc. H2SO4 electrode Zn rod
+2

Anode reaction Zn Zn + 2e

Cathode reaction 2H+ + 2e H2


+2

2
So conc. of [Zn ] , conc. of Cl and SO4 remain same and pH

gy %

fo|qr vi?kV~; ZnCl2 rFkk lkUnzH2SO4 by sDVkWM Zn NM+gS


A
+2

,uksM vfHkf ;kZn Zn + 2e


d SFkksM vfHkf ;k2H+ + 2e H2
blfy ;s[Zn+2] d h lkUnzrk , Cl rFkkSO42 d h lkUnzrk leku jgrh gSrFkk pH
H2/Pt

49.

Compound (P)
C8H12
(Optically active)

Compound (Q) C8H18


(Optically inactive)

H2 + Pd + BaSO4
Lindlar's catalyst

Compound (R) C8H14


(Optically active)

Na / liq. NH3

Compound (S) C8H14


(Optically inactive)
Which amongs the following is/are correct for above sequence of reactions ?
(A*) Oxidative ozonolysis product of P, R & S will be achiral
(B*) R & S are diastereomers
(C*) Product Q & R are formed by syn addition & S is formed by anti addition
(D) P must have cis configuration
H2/Pt
;kSfxd (Q) C8H18
(iz
d kf'kd vf ;)
;kSfxd (P)
H2 + Pd + BaSO4
C8H12
;kSfxd (R) C8H14
(iz
d kf'kd lf ;)
fy .My kj d k mRizsjd
(iz
d kf'kd lf ;)
Na / liq. NH3

;kS
fxd (S) C8H14
(iz
d kf'kd vf ;)
mijksDr vfHkf ;k vuq e d sfy , lgh d Fku@d Fkuksad k p;u d hft ,&
(HYC-RAA(O)(M)_203)
(A*) P, R o S d k vkW
Dlhd kjh vkst ksuhvi?kVu mRikn vfd jsy gksxkA
(B*) R o S foofje leko;oh gS
A
(C*) mRikn Q o R flu ;ks
x lsfufeZr gksrk gSo mRikn S ,UVh ;ksx lsfufeZr
(D) ;kS
fxd P d k lei{k foU;kl gksuk pkfg,A

gksrk gS
A

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H3CCH2CH2CHCH2CH2CH3
|
CH3

Trans
Sol.

H3CCH=CHCHCCCH3
|
CH3

CH3
(Trans) |
(Cis)
CH3CH=CHCHCH=CHCH3

(P)

CH3
|
CH3CH=CHOHCH=CHCH3
(Trans)
(Trans)
H3CCH2CH2CHCH2CH2CH3
|
CH3

foi{k
Sol.

H3CCH=CHCHCCCH3
|
CH3

CH3
(foi{k) |
(lei{k)
CH3CH=CHCHCH=CHCH3

(P)

CH3
|
CH3CH=CHOHCH=CHCH3
(foi{k)
(foi{k)
50.

Which statements are correct in the following ?


(AC-AA(O)(E)_203)
(A*) Cyclopentadiene reacts with NaNH2 and releases NH3 gas however cyclopropene does not.
(B*) Cyclopropenone has a greater dipole moment than acetone
(C*) Cyclobutadiene does not exist at room temperature but cyclobutene exists at room temperature
(D*) Cycloheptatrienyl bromide ionizes faster however cyclopentadienyl bromide does not

fuEu esalsd kSulsd Fku lgh gS\


(A*) lkbDy ks
isUVkMkbbZu NaNH2 d slkFk f ;k d jd sNH3 eqDr d jrh gSt cfd lkbDy ksizksihu ughaA
(B*) lkbDy ks
izksiukWu d k f}/kzqo vk?kw.kZ,lhVksu d h rqy uk esavf/kd gksrk gSA
(C*) lkbDy ks
C;wVkMkbbZu d ejsd srki ij ughaik;k t krk gSy sfd u lkbDy ksC;wfVu d ejsd srki ij ik;k t krk gSA
(D*) lkbDy ks
gsIVkVkbZbukbZy czksekbM rst h lsvk;fur gkst krk gS;|fi lkbDy ksis
UVkMkbZukbZy czksekbM ughagSA

Sol.

NaNH2

(A)

+ NH3 ,

+ NH3

NaNH2

Aromatic

Antiaromatic

O
(B)

is aromatic & highly polar.

(C)

is antiaromatic &

is nonaromatic.

Br

Br

Br

(D)

Aromatic,

Br

Sol.

NaNH2

(A)

+ NH3 ,

Antiaromatic

NaNH2

,sjkseSfVd

+ NH3

,UVh,sjks
eS
fVd

O
(B)

,jks
eSfVd o mPp /kzqfo; gSA

(C)

,UVh,sjkseSfVd gSo

ukWu,sjkseSfVd gS

Page # 8

Br

Br

Br

(D)

Br

,sjkseSfVd ,

,UVh,sjkseSfVd

51.

Optically active amines having molecular formula C5H13N on reaction with NaNO2 + HCl produces tertiary
optically inactive alcohol. Find out structures of amines.
v.kql w=k C5H13N ;qDr izd kf'kd lf ; ,ehu d h NaNO2 + HCl d slkFk vfHkf ;k d jkusij r`rh;d izd kf'kd vf ;
,sYd ksgkWy curk gS
A ,ehu d h lajpuk D;k gksxhA
(AC-AN(O)(M)_203)
NH2
NH2
N
NH2
(A*)
(B)
(C*)
(D)

Sol.

(1)
Needs primary amine for preparation of alcohol with HNO2. (NaNO2 + HCl)
(2)
Only (A) & (C) are optically active which after reaction with NaNO2 + HCl will give optically inactive
alcohols.
(1)
HNO2 (NaNO2 + HCl) d slkFk ,Yd ks
gy d sfuekZ.k d sfy , izkFkfed ,ehu d h vko';d rk gksrh gSA
(2)
d soy (A) o (C) izd kf'kd lf ; gSt ksNaNO2 + HCl d slkFk vfHkf ;k d si'pkr~izd kf'kd vf ; ,Yd ksgy

Sol.

nsrh gSA
52.

Which of the following are reducing sugar ?

(BP-CBH(O)(E)_203)

fuEu esalsd kSulh vip;ukRed 'kd Zjk gS\


OH

OH
O

(A)

OH

(B*)

HO

HO

OH
OH

OH

OH

HO

OH HO

OH
OH

OH

(CHOH3)3

(C*) HO

OH

OH
OH

(D*)

OH
O

O
OH
HO

OH
O

OH

Sol.

OH
OH
-Hydroxy carbonyl groups & sugars having hemiacetal group will be reducing sugar.
-gkbM
ksDlh d kcksZfuy lewg o 'kd Zjk gsfe,sflVsy lewg j[krh gSt ksvip;ukRed 'kd Zjk gksxhA

53.

Which of the following reactions give same product ?

fuEu esalsd kSulh vfHkf ;k leku mRikn nsrh gSA


(AC-EAS(O)(M)_204)

NO2
H 3C
(B*)

Sn

NaNO

HCl

HCl

H PO

3
4
2

(A*)

LiAlH

CO HCl

NaBH

TsCl

4
4

AlCl3

(C)
(D*)
Sol.

O
||
CH3 C Cl

KMnO H

AlCl3

LiAlH

4
4

Cl

KMnO H

Re d P

AlCl3

(A*)

NO2

HCl

H PO

NaNO

Sn

H 3C

N2Cl

NH2
H 3C

HCl

H 3C

3
4

H 3C

Page # 9

CHO

CO HCl

(B*)

AlCl3

Cl

(D*)

AlCl3

SiO2

(Q)

[Co(CO)4]

(R)

CH2OH

Column II

(PBC(INO))

(1)

Reacts with HF

(2)

Pseudo halide

(3)

Gives compound with Cu

(S)

N2

(4)

Inert towards reaction

(P)

SiO2

(1)

HF d slkFk f ;k

(Q)

[Co(CO)4]

(2)

Nn~e gSy kbM

(R)
(S)

I
N2

(3)
(4)

;kSfxd Cu d slkFk jsMkWDl vfHkf ;k nsrk gS


A
vfHkf ;k d sizfr vf ; gksrk gSA

LrEHk I

CH3

y ky P
Re d P

Match Listing type (MTC)(2)


54.
Match the following :
Column I
(P)

COOH

KMnO H

CH3

NaBH

COOH
LiAlH4

KMnO4

AlCl3

CH2OTs

TsCl

COCH3

CH3COCl

(C)

CH2OH

LiAlH

2+

via redox reaction

LrEHk II

2+

Code d wV :

Sol.

(P)

(Q)

(R)

(S)

(A)

(B*)

(C)

(D)

(A)

SiO2 + 4HF SiF4 + 2H2O SiF4 + 2HF H2SiF6

(B)

A common complex pseudohalide is [Co(CO)4]

(C)

Sol.

5I

Cu 2 I 2

e.g. like HX, HCo(CO)4 is formed.

I 3

(D)

white
N2 is inert towards reaction.

(A)

SiO2 + 4HF SiF4 + 2H2O, SiF4 + 2HF H2SiF6

(B)

[Co(CO)4]

(C)
(D)
55.

2Cu

2Cu

5I

,d lkekU; t fVy Nn

~e gSy kbM gSA mnk- HX d h rjg HCo(CO)4 Hkh curk gSA

Cu 2 I 2 I 3

white
N2 vfHkf ;k d siz
fr vf ; gksrk gSA

Match the gases with solution / substances in which they are absorbed.
xSal ksad ksfoy ;uksavFkok inkFkksd slkFk lqesfy r d hft , ft uesa;svo'kksf"kr gksrh gSA
List-I
List-II
Page # 10

l wp h-I

l wp h-II

(P) CO

(1) Absorbed by ethanolamine


,sFksukWy ,sehu d s}kjk vo'kksf"kr
(2) Absorbed by FeSO4 solution
FeSO4 foy ;u d s}kjk vo'kksf"kr
(3) Absorbed by ammonical Cu2Cl2
veksfud y Cu2Cl2 d s}kjk vo'kksf"kr
(4) Absorbed by turpentine oil
rkjihu d srsy }kjk vo'kks
f"kr

(Q) CO2
(R) NO
(S) O3

Code :

d wV %
(P)

(Q)

(R)

(S)

(A)

(B*)

(C)

(D)

Sol.

Fact rF;

56.

Match the List ;


List-I

(AK-HHDR(O)(M)_204)
List-II

OH

CH=O

(P)

(1) Nucleophilic addition

OH
(Q) CH3CCH3

(2) Nucleophilic acyl

O
HCN
(R) CH3CH=O

(3) Hydride transfer

C2H5O

(S) CH3COC2H5

(4) Carbanion

lwp h d k fey ku d fj;s%


lwp h-I

lwp h-II

OH

(P)

(1) ukfHkd Lus


gh ;ksx

CH=O

OH

(2) ukfHkd Lus


gh ,sfly

(Q) CH3CCH3

O
HCN

(3) gkbM
kbM

(R) CH3CH=O
C2H5O

(4) d kcZ
_

(S) CH3COC2H5

LFkkukUrj.k

.kk;u

Code d w
V:

(A)
(B)
(C*)
(D)

(P)
1,3
1
1,3
1,4

(Q)
1
2,4
1,4
1,3

(R)
2,4
1,3
1
1

(S)
1,4
1,4
2,4
2,4

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Ans.
Sol.

Sol.

57.

(A) p, r ; (B) p, s ; (C) p ; (D) q, s


(A) is cannizzaro reaction
(B) is Aldol condensation
(C) is Nucleophilic addition
(D) is cleaisen condensation
(A) d S
fut kjksvfHkf ;k gSA
(B) ,YMks
y la?kuu gSa
(C) ukfHkd Lus
gh ;ksxkRed vfHkf ;k gSA
(D) d S
y lu la?kuu gSA
Match the reaction in List-I with appropriate option in List-II.
(CAD-AEA(O)(M)_204)
(HYC-RAA(O)(M)_204)
List-I
List-II
HBr

(P)

(1) Substitution reaction

(Q)

(2) Addition reaction

(R)

(3) Coupling reaction

(S)

(4) Racemic mixture

d kWy e-I esanh xbZvfHkf ;kvksad sfy , d kWy e-II lsmfpr fey ku d hft ;A
lwp h-I
lwp h-II
HBr

(P)

(1) iz
frLFkkiu

(Q)

(2) ;ks
xkRed

(R)

(3) ;q
Xeu

(S)

(4)

vfHkf ;k

vfHkf ;k

vfHkf ;k

jsl sfed feJ.k (Racemic mixture)

Code d w
V:
(P)

(Q)

(R)

(S)
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Ans.
Sol.

gy %

(A)
1,3
2,4
1,4
2,4
(B*)
2,4
1,3
1,4
2,4
(C)
2,4
1,3
2,4
1,4
(D)
1,4
2,4
1,3
2,4
(A) q, s; (B) p, r; (C) p, s; (D) q, s
(A) The reactant undergoes electrophilic addition having a carbocation intermediate forming a racemicmixture.
(B) The reactant undergoes an electrophilic substitution which is a coupling reaction without any
carbocation intermediate.
(C) The reactant undergoes an electrophilic substitution reaction having a carbocation rearrangement
forming a racemic mixture.
(D) The reactant undergoes nucleophilic addition forming a racemic mixture without any carbocation
intermediate.
(A) f ;kd kjd by s
DVkWuLusgh ;ksx d jrk gS] t ksd kcZ/kuk;u e/;orhZj[krk gSrFkk jsl sfed feJ.k cukrk gSA
(B) f ;kd kjd by s
DVkWuLusgh izfrLFkkiu d jrk gS] t ksfcuk d kcZ/kuk;u e/;orhZd s,d ;qXeu vfHkf ;k gSA
(C) f ;kd kjd by s
DVkWuLusgh iz
frLFkkiu d jrk gS] t ksd kcZ/kuk;u iqufoZU;kl j[krk gSjsl sfed feJ.k cukrk gSA
(D) f ;kd kjd ukfHkd Lus
gh ;ksx d jrk gSt ksfcUkk d kcZ/kuk;u e/;orhZd sjsl s
fed feJ.k cukrk gSA

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