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PART TEST-1 (PT-1) TARGET : AIEEE-2013 CLASS-XII/XIII COURSE : ALL INDIA TEST SERIES (VIKALP) Hints
PART TEST-1 (PT-1)
TARGET :
AIEEE-2013
CLASS-XII/XIII
COURSE : ALL INDIA TEST SERIES (VIKALP)
Hints & Solution
PART- A
14.
(4)
P(1) = 3k + 2 + 1 = Q(1) = 2 ñ k
 4k = ñ 1
1
MATHEMATICS
k = ñ
4
1.
(3)
|x| + 2 is always positive
0 
|x| + 2 < 5
or
ñ2 
|x| < 3
ñ3 < x < 3
15. (3)
2.
(1)
|x ñ 2| + |x ñ 7| = |2x ñ 9| possible when
(x ñ 2). (x ñ 7)  0
{ Since |a| + |b| = |a + b|  a.b  0}
x  7
or
x  2
3.
(4)
Given equations are x 2 ñ 3x + a=0
(1)
and
x 2 + ax ñ 3=
(2)
Subtracting (2) from (1) we get
ñ 3x ñ ax + a + 3=0
 (a + 3) (ñx + 1) = 0

either a = ñ 3 or x = 1 a = ñ 3 x = 1

When a = ñ 3, the two equations are identical so we take

x = 1, which is the common root of the two equation

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

+

12.

13.

1 + a ñ 3 = 0

 

a = 2

(1)

(1)

f(2) < 0 4a ñ 2b + c < 0 f(ñ2) < 0 4a + 2b + c < 0

4a + 2|b| + c < 0

 

(ñb)

 

b

also

ñ

2a

> 0

2a

> 0

b

< 0

b(4a + 2|b| + c) > 0

 

(4)

[x] >

3

 x 4  x < 8

 

[x] <

8

 



x [4, 8)

 

(4)

|x 2 ñ x ñ 2| + |x + 1| 0

|x 2 ñ x ñ 2| + |x +

1| = 0

It

is possible only when

 

x 2 ñ x ñ 2 = 0 and

x + 1 = 0

x = ñ 1

(1)

log 5 (0.001) < 0

log 5 (x 2 ñ 5x + 7) < 0

x 2 ñ 5x + 7 > 0

 x R

and x 2 ñ 5x + 7 < 1

 

or

x 2 ñ 5x + 6 < 0

 x (2, 3)

(1) y =

|log

2

x|

log

2

x

=

1

1

log

log

2

2

x

x

0

0

x

0

(3)

The given equation is (11 + k)x 2 ñ (k + 3)x + 1 = 0

For equal roots disc. D = 0

(k +3) 2 ñ 4(11+ k) = 0

k 2 + 2k ñ 35 = 0

1

x

1

k= ñ7,5.

(2)

180

n 1

f(n) =

f(n) =

1

n

5 100

1 5 100

1

+

1 5 100

2

+

+

1

79

5 100

1

80

1

81

1

179

5 100

=

5 100

+

5 100

+

0

0  0

79 times

+

+

+

+

1



11

100 times

2 = 102

1

180

5 100

2 ñ i

i

5

2

Product of roots =

2 ñ i

= 1 = ñ i

i

= i (2 ñ i)

2 ñ1 =

2x

2

(4)

will not satisfy 2(2x ñ 1) =

x =

(1)

, therefore, the other root

1

16. (+) 2 +(ñ) 2

(3)

= (+) 2 +(+) 2 ñ 4

 p 2   4p 2 = 2(ñp) 2 ñ 4   
p 2
 
4p 2
= 2(ñp) 2 ñ 4
 
6
=
3
and
(+) 2
(ñ) 2
= (+) 2 [(+) 2 ñ 4
2
4p
p 4
2
ñ p) 2
ñ p ñ
3
6 
17. (2) ||x| 2 ñ 4 |x| + 3| = ñ 3

for no solution ñ 3 < 0

 < 3

18. (3) mx 2 ñ 9mx + 5m + 1

= m(x 2 ñ 9x) + 5m + 1

=

=

m

m

x

2

x ñ

ñ 9x

9

2

2

+

81

4

1ñ

+

  5m ñ

61m

4

81m

4

1

and this expression is positive for all x R if

19.

20.

m

0 and

1ñ

61m

4

0

61m

4

i.e. if

(4)

here e 2 7.29  3.14

(3)

m 0 and

[e 2 ] ñ [ñ] 2

[7.29] ñ [ñ 3.14] 2

(when m= 0, given expression = 1)

1

i.e. if

0

4

m < 61

= 7 ñ (ñ4) 2 = ñ9

1 1

|

x |

3

<

4

|x| + 3 > 4

|x| > 1 x (ñ, ñ1) (1, )

21. (4) x 2 ñ 6x + 9 > 0

 

(x ñ 3) 2 > 0

x R ñ {3} Solution is

x R ñ {3}

22. (3)

By using graph

23. (2)

x  R ñ {3}  Solution is x  R ñ {3} 22. (3) By
x  R ñ {3}  Solution is x  R ñ {3} 22. (3) By
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24. (kñ 1) 2 ñ 36< 0

(2)

ñ 6 < k ñ 1 < 6

ñ 5 < k < 7

36.

(3)

mass of sodium

% of Na = molecular mass

23

100 7 = M 100

25. Obvious

(4)

M

=

26. Statements-1 is true as disc.

(2)

23 100 = 328.6

7

= b 2 ñ 4ac = (ñ a ñ c) 2 ñ 4ac (a + b + c = 0 b = ña ñ c)

= (a ñ c) 2

= square of a rational number

In the second statement, sum of coefficients

i.e. A + B + C

= a(b ñ c) + b(c ñ a) + c(a ñ b) = 0

Hence the roots of equation in statement-2 are rational.

2 b ñ 4ac 27. (1) Difference of roots of f(x) = 0 i.e. |ñ|
2
b
ñ 4ac
27. (1) Difference of roots of f(x) = 0 i.e. |ñ| is
a
2
q
ñ 4ar
and difference of roots of g(x) = 0 i.e. |ñ| =
a
2
b
ñ 4ac
2
q
ñ 4ar
=
a
a
discriminants are equal
 Statement-2 is true
(b
2 ñ 4ac)
and thus max value of f(x) = ñ
4a
(q
2 ñ 4ar)
and max value of g(x) = ñ
is also equal
4a

Statement-1 is true because Statement-2 is true.

28. (4)

29. (1) log x 2 log (x/16) 2 = log 64 2 1 1 1
29. (1)
log x 2 log (x/16) 2 = log 64 2
1
1
1
.
log
x
x
= log
64
2
log
2
2
16
log x.log x ñ 4
= 6
2
2
 log
2 x
= 2 ±
10
(x > 0, x  1, 16) 2 (2  10 ) x = (true)
(x > 0, x  1, 16)
2 (2
10 )
x =
(true)

Statement-2 is true and Statement-2 is correct explaination for

Statement-1.

30. (3) In Statement-2, x need not be real

PART- B

CHEMISTRY

31. H 2 SO 4 + Ca(OH) 2 CaSO 4 + 2H 2 O

(1)

Initialmole

0.5

0.2

0

0

finally mole 0.5 ñ 0.2

0

0.2

0.4

32.

(4)

mass of C % of C = molar mass

100

37.

(2)

KClO 3  KCl +

3 O 2

2

3 mole or 33.6 litre O 2 from 1 mole KClO 3

2

1

11.2 litre of O 2 formed by 3

mole KClO 3

38. (3)

39. (1)

mass

O 2

x

mole

x

32

x

molecules 32

atoms

x

32

N A

O 3

x

x

48

N

A 2

x

48

x

48

N A

N A 3

x

N

A

=

16

x

N

A

=

16

40. (2)Molar mass of air at STP=0.0013 g mL ñ1 22400 mL= 29.12 g

so

41. (1)

V.D. =

29.12

2

= 14.56

(1)

Let atomic mass of X is 'a' amu

(4a+96)gX 4 O 6

ñññññññññññññññ 4a g X

10 g X 4 O 6 has ñññññññññññññññññ

4a

10

4a

96

= 5.72

a = 32.

4a

4a

10

96

42. (4)

Moles of gas Mol. mass of gas = mass of gas

5.6

22.4

Mol. mass of gas = M

Mol. mass of gas = 4M

6.5

(1)

= 0.1 Mole of O = 0.4 So, simple ratio is 1 : 1 : 4 So, ZnCrO 4

44. (1) On balancing the reaction,

43.

Mole of Zn =

65

Mole of Cr =

= 0.1

6

10

22

6

10

23

C 4 H 10 +

13 O 2  4CO 2 + 5H 2 O

2

g

X

69.98 =

2112 100

M

M = 360.1.

33. (2) (1) 2gm atom of nitrogen = 28gm (2) 6 10 23 atoms of C has mass = 12 gm

Mole of C H

4

10

Mole of CO 2

=

1

4

1

Hence mole of CO 2 = 4 mole of C 4 H 10 4 0.15 = 0.60

45. (4)

12

3

10

23

3 10 23 atoms of C has mass =

(3) 1 mole of S has mass = 32gm (4) 7.0gm of Ag So, lowest mass = 6gm of C.

6

10

23

34. (4)

35. XeF 6 + I 2  IF 7 + Xe

(2)

POAC on ëFí :

= 6gm

6 (m.mole of XeF 6 ) = 7 (m.mole of IF 7 )

46.

(1)

mole of KClO 4

3

=

Mole of KClO 3 =

138.5

138.5/3

mole of KClO 3

4

=

4

4

3

Mole of KClO = 3 4 3 = 4

Mole of KClO = mole of Cl 2 = 4

weight of Cl 2

= 4 71 = 284 g.

210 6 = m.moles of IF 7 7
210 6 = m.moles of IF 7
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47.

(3)

2M

68.4

2M

16

3

100

M = 51.9 = 52. Element is chromium (Cr).

48. (1) In Fe 2 (SO 4 ) 3 :

Moles of Oñ atoms : Moles of Sñ atoms = 12 : 3

3

Moles of Sñ atoms = 12

No. of Sñ atoms = 1.8 N A

7.2 = 1.8

49. (2) 50. (2) 51. (2) Sol.
49. (2)
50.
(2)
51. (2)
Sol.

52.

53. (4)

(1)

Sol.

= 1.8 49. (2) 50. (2) 51. (2) Sol. 52. 53. (4) (1) Sol. It í

Itís correct IUPAC name is 1ñethoxypropanñ1ñamine.

(3)

54. (1) 55. (2) 56. 59. (1) Sol.
54. (1)
55.
(2)
56.
59. (1)
Sol.

(2)

57.

(2)

58.

The correct name is 3-Bromoprop-1-ene.

60. (1)

PART-C

PHYSICS

61. (1)

62. (3)From (i) A and C both are charged, either positively or negatively. From (ii) Both D and E has no charge and from (iii), A is positively charged. Therefore from (i), B is negatively charged.

63.

64.

65.

(1) V C =

kQ

r

V C =

9

10

9

1.5

10

ñ9

(0.5)

= 27 V

(3)

(1)

Since both the small spheres are at same horizontal level, the electrostatic forces on both spheres are in horizontal direction. The FBD of left sphere is shown in figure

T   F E Electrostatic Force mg
T
F E
Electrostatic
Force
mg

The sphere is in equilibrium T cos = mg and T sin = F E

tan =

F E

mg

The magnitude of electrostatic force on each sphere is same irrespective of its charge

for 1 = 2 the necessary condition is m 1 =m 2

66. (2) Since net force on negative charge is always directed towards fixed positive charge, the torque on negative charge about positive charge is zero. Therefore angular momentum

of negative charge about fixed positive charge is conserved.

67.

(4)

kq q 1 2 F  ( r ); (By definition) 3 r
kq
q
1
2
F 
( r
);
(By definition)
3
r
1 à à à q [(0 ñ 2) i  {0 ñ (ñ1)} j 
1
à
à
à
q
[(0 ñ 2) i
{0 ñ (ñ1)} j
(0 ñ 3) k]
q 1
F
2
3
4 
0 
2
2
2
(0 ñ 2)
{0 ñ (ñ1)}
(0 ñ 3)
à
à
q
q
(ñ2 à i  à j ñ 3 k)
q
(ñ2 à i 
à j ñ 3 k)
1
2
q 1
2
=
.
=
4 
3
0 (
4
 
1
9)
56 14 
0
68. (3)
69. (4) Property of equipotential surface

70. (2)

71. (4) A satellite is in a state of free fall & hence weightlessnes. Thus only electric force is responsible for the tension

Fe 2 KQ T = F e = 2 (2L)
Fe
2
KQ
T
= F e =
2
(2L)

general position x, is given by

F net =ñ2Fcos= ñ

kQqx

(a

2

x

2

)

3 / 2

n e t = ñ 2Fcos  = ñ kQqx (a 2  x 2 )

72. (1)

73. (2) (i) From diagram, force on Q at

(Towards origin)

(ii) When charge moves from (2a, 0) to origin O, force

keeps on acting on Q and becomes zero at O. Velocity of Q is max. at O.

 Velocity of Q is max. at O. (iii)  Motion is SHM for very
Velocity of Q is max. at O.
(iii)
 Motion is SHM for very small displacements. & 2a is
not very small os motion is periodic but not SHM.
74. (1)

Charges are placed as shown on time line AC. For net force on q to be zero, Q must be of ñve sign. If F 1 is force on q due ot 4q & F 2 due to Q

Then,

F 1 = F 2

(magnitudewise)

or

or

k4q q

kQq

2

=

2

2

Q = q Q = ñq

(in magnitude)

(with sign)

4q = 4Q

75. (1) Final charge on both spheres = 40 ñ 20 C =10C

2

(each) [Distibution by conducting]

76.

F

i

(q

1

q

2

)

i

800

F

f

(q

1

q

2

)

f

100

(3)

Initially, F =

k q q

1

2

r

2

Finally,

4F =

k q q

1

2

16R

2

4kq q

1

2

r

2

4kq q

1

2

16R

2

= 8 : 1

 

(1)

(2)

 

r

or

R =

8

16R 2  4kq q 1 2 r 2  4kq q 1 2 16R 2
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77. (2)

77. (2) The electric field due to a point charge ë q í at distance ë

The electric field due to a point charge ëqí at distance ërí from it

is given as :

kq

E =

; more is q, more is r for E to have same magnitude

r

2

By this mathematical analogy, electric field cannot be zero

in

the region iii

In region ii, electric field due to both charges is added &

net electric field is towards left

Along . bisector line IV electric field due to both charges

will be added vectorially & can ët be

zero

E.F (net) can be zero in region I only (by mathematical analogy explained)

78. (2) Force on charge q in electric field EF = qE a =

Distance travelled

x =

1

2

at 2 =

1

qE

m

t

2

2

qE

m

Also, kinetic energy K.E = Work done by electric field E is

2 2 2 1  qE  2 E q t W E = qE.
2
2
2
1
 qE 
2 E
q t
W E = qE.
 t
2
m
2m
79. (3)
Given diagram shows :
The direction of E net is along OC.
80. (2)
Electric
field
at
P
= E
due to
full sphere ñ E
due to
charge
that
would
be
present
in
cavity
  r
  r
1
2
a
=
ñ
=
r
 r
=
3 
3 
0 3
1
2
3 
0
0
0
P
r 1
r 2
a
O
It
is
uniform.

81. (1) The frequency will be same f =

1 k 2  m
1
k
2
m

but due to the constant qE force, the equilibrium position gets

shifted by

qE

K

in forward direction. So Ans. will be (1)

82. (4) Potential at point A, 2Kq  2Kq V A = a a 5
82. (4)
Potential at point A,
2Kq  2Kq
V A =
a a
5
Potential at point B,

V B = 0

Using work energy theroem,

W AB ) electric = Q(V A ñ V B )

=

2KqQ  1  1  a    5   2Qq 
2KqQ 
1
1 
a
5
2Qq
1
1 
a 
5
 1    =    4  0 
1 
=
4  0

  1    =    4  0  83. (4)

  1    =    4  0  83. (4)

83. (4)

In initial case, E is along (1) whereas in final case E is along (2). Potential at centre remains same.

final case E is along (2). Potential at centre remains same. 84. (4) V A =

84. (4)

E is along (2). Potential at centre remains same. 84. (4) V A = (potential due

V A = (potential due to charge +q on ring A) + (potential due to charge ñ q on ring B)

1  q q   2 2 =   ; d 1 =
1
 q
q 
2
2
=
 
; d 1 =
R
 d
4  0
R
  
d 1 
q
q 
1  
=
(i)
4 
2
2
0  
R R
 d
 
1
q
q
Similarly V B =
R
4

2
2
0
R
d
Potential difference V A ñ V B
1
q
1
q
1 q
1 q
=
ñ 
4 Â
R
4 Â
R
4 Â
2
2
4
Â
2
2
0
0
0
R
 d
0 R
 d
q
q 
1  
ñ
=
2 Â
2
2
0  
R R
 d

85. (4)

Since, the electric field inside the shell is zero and outside, the

kQ ,

r

2

electric field is given as

where r = distance from centre. So, graph is as shown in option (4).

= distance from centre. So, graph is as shown in option (4). 86. (4) Since, F
= distance from centre. So, graph is as shown in option (4). 86. (4) Since, F

86. (4)

Since, F net on Q is zero, so :

2 kqQ kQ [ 2]  2 2 a 2a Q  ñ 2 2
2
kqQ
kQ
[ 2] 
2
2
a
2a
Q  ñ 2
2

0

q

87. (2) Consider a spherical shell having radius r and thickness dr

Q

dq = r 4r 2 dr 4  R r 1 4Q 3  r
dq =
r 4r 2 dr
4
R
r
1
4Q
3
r
dr
or
q =
4
R
0
4
Q.r
1
so , q =
4
R

Electric field at a distance r 1 from the center (inside)

E =

88. (1)

1

q

4



0

.

2

r

1

;

E =

1

Q. r

1

2

4



0

R

4

Statementñ1 : Correct as the field is conservative statement ñ2 : Correct Explanation

89. (1)

90. (1)

The speed of charge q is maximum at O, since O is stable equilibrium position of charge +q. Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is a correct explanation for Statement-1

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