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13TH ACCELERATION
ADVANCED TEST - 2

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ANSWER KEY WITH SOLUTION

PAPER - 1
MATHEMATICS
SECTION A
1.

A,B,D

2.

A,B,C,D

3.

A,B,C

4.

A,B,C

5.

A,B,C,D

6.

A,C,D

7.

A,B,C

8.

A,B,D

9.

A,B,C,D

10.

B,C

SECTION B
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

PHYSICS

SECTION-A
1.

B,D

2.

A,C,D

3.

A,B,C

4.

5.

C,D

6.

B,C,D

7.

A,D

8.

A,B,C,D

9.

A,B,C,D

10.

A,C,D

SECTION-B
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

CHEMISTRY
SECTION - A
1.

AD

2.

BD

3.

BC

4.

CD

5.

ABD

6.

BCD

7.

ABD

8.

ABD

9.

AD

10.

AB

SECTION - C
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

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SOLUTIONS
MATHEMATICS

SECTION A
Multiple Correct
1.

1

a & b = cos1 4 }

A,B,D
A2 + A + I = 0A(A + I) = I A 0
det A det(A + I) = (1)n det A 0
Also A1 = (A + I)]

again from equation (1) dot with c



c c = 2 a c b c

from equation (2) and (3) (using | c | 4 )


2.

A,B,C,D

3.

A,B,C
(A)

(B)

(C)

42 = 2 2


r ( r i )i ( r j) j ( r k )k

put r ( a b) (A) is correct


put r a and r b

take a b
(B) is correct

u = b (a b)


| u | = | a b || V | (C) is correct

16= 4+

5.



Given c b = 2a b

( 2a c ) || b
( 2a c) b 0

....(1)
c 2a b

comparing with c a b

hence (A) is correct.

from equation (1) a c = 2a a a b

[take dot with a in (1) ]


1

....(2)
a c = 2 +
4

{usi ng | a || b | 1 and ang l e b e tw ee n

1

}
a & b = cos1
4



from equation (1), again b c = 2a b b b

[take dot with b in (1)]


+1
....(3)
bc = 2
4

{using | a | = | b | = 1 and angle between

A,B,C,D
As Rolle's theorem is applicable, the function
should be continuous and differentiable in [
3, 3].
So, at x = 1, a + b = 1= c (continuity) and

c
1
2a = Lim 1 h
(differentiability)
h 0
h

A,B,C

we have


3
+ + 2 2+ 12=0 /\
4
2 2

sum of values of = 1
& product of values of = 12
(B) and (C) are also correct.

(D) is obviously wrong.


4.

1
2

+
4
4

1 (1 h )
(c = 1)
h (1 h )
1
3
a=
,b=
and c =1 Ans.
2
2
2a = Lim
h 0

6.

A,C,D
Given V =

2 2
3

i j k
2 2
0 1 1 h
3
2 1 1

1 1

Now
3 2

D
4
h
(1,1,1) A : 1
E
2

C (3,0,0)
M (2,0,0)
B
(1,0,0)

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i j
k
0 1 1 4 2
2 1 1

(B)

cot 2

1
( 2) 2 =
2

(a b c) 2

A =4 (B) is correct
cot 2

2]

h j k 2 2

Using a2 + b2 c2 = 2ab cos C


given (a2 + b2 c2)tan B

(C)

h i (1 1) 2(j k ) 4 2

h=2

A and D

= 2ab cos C

Let E divides AM in the ratio : 1

1
2 1 1
,
,

1 1 1

Now, (AE)2 + (DE)2 = (AD)2


2

b[k sinB2sinC cos C] ck sinC 2sinB cosB

2bc sin B cos C + 2bc sin C cos B


2bc(sin B cos C + cos C sin B)
2bc sin(B + C) = 2bc sin A = 4

(D) is correct

1
1
2 1
1 1

1
+4 =16
1
1 1
2

2
= 12
1
1
2


=4

1

7.

9.

= 2 or 2
1

These are two positions for E which


are (1, 3, 3) and (3, 1, 1)]

A,B,C
If f ' (x) = 0 has n real roots

f (x) = 0 has atmost (n + 1) roots

(A)

f (x) = 0 has 1 real root

A,B,C,D
We have f (2 x) = f (2 + x)
Replacing x by 2 x, we get
f (x) = f (4 x)
....(1)
Put x = 4 in (1), we get
f ( 4) = f (8) (A) is correct
On differentiating (1) w.r.t. x, we get
f ' (x) = f ' (4 x) ....(2)
Put

x=

1
, 1, 2 in (2), we get
2

1
=0 = f ' (1) = f ' (2) = f '
2

f'

f (x) = 0 has 2 real roots

7
= f ' (3)
2

Now, consider a function y = f ' (x)


As f ' (x) satisfy Rolle's theorem in

1
2 , 1 , [1, 2],
(B)

sin B
4
cos B

(C) is NOT correct


Note: C could not be correct if tan B tan C
(D)
b2 sin 2C + c2 sin 2B
using b = k sin B,

hence E :

s
[(s a ) (s b) (s c)]

s
4s 2
(a b c) 2
[
s
]
=
=
=

4
4

[Note ABC is a right triangle


Area =

7 7
2, 2 , 2 , 3 respectively..

So, by Rolle's theorem, the equation


f '' (x) = 0 has minimum 4 roots in (0, 4).
(B) is correct
4

Now, consider I1 =
(C)

f (x) = 0 has 3 real roots

f (2 x ) sin x dx ....(3)
4

Applying king property, we get

8.

A, B, C

f (2 x ) sin( x ) dx

I1 =

A,B,D
(A) r =

; r1=
; r2=
; r3=
s
sa
sb
sc
(A) is correct

f (2 x ) sin( x ) dx

I1 = I1

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Hence I1 = 0

(C) is correct

1
2

f (t) 5

Again, consider I2 =

cos t

dt

4t=y

f ( 4 y) 5

dt = dy

1
= 750 3 = 2250
2

So, I2 =

F(x) F x 2 dx =1500 3 dx [Using (i)]

Put

1
2

cos ( 4 y )

Hence I = 1500(3)

(dy)

4
4

f ( 4 y) 5

cos y

2.

dy = f ( 4 t ) 5cos t dt

Let y = 2a 3b

(B) True

(C) True, |adj KA| =

|KA|n-1

(n -1)

n 2 n

b c c a
y = 39 12 a b
|A|

n-1

Fx

by

x +

1
=3
2

...... (1)

...... (2)

From (1) and (2), we get F(x) = F(x + 1)


...... (3)

F(x) is periodic function.


Now consider
1500

I=

....(1)

3
= 39 + 18 = 57 Ans.
2

1
in (1), we get
2

1
+ F(x + 1) = 3
2

ymax = 39 + (12)

9
We have F(x) + F x

As | a b c |2 0 3 2(ab bc ca ) 0

3
ab bc ca

SECTION B
Integer Answer Type

Replace

2b 3c 2c 3a

b c c a
y = 3(4 + 9) 12 a b

B,C
(A) False

(D) adjadj A A

1.

For T/S (dot product) to be put

(D) is correct
10.

3.


3c
Vector equation of AQ is r1 a a

and vector equation of CP is


4a
r2 c c
5


Hence r1 r2 gives,
4
3

1
a 1 c
5
4

F(x) dx = 1500 F(x ) dx = 1500


0

1
2

F( x ) dx F(x ) dx
0

Put x = y +

Using property

of periodic

function

1
in 2nd integral, we get
2

1
1

2
2
1

I = 1500 F( x ) dx F y dy = 1500
2
0
0

4
=0
5

solving, =

1
2

and

3
=0
4

and

5
8

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a c
b
again P
; Q ;
2
2


acb
2
2
PQ
4 PQ a c b
2
2
2
acb

.....(2)
PQ
4


1 3c
4a 3c
a

p.v. of M are
=
2
8
8


4 a 3c
5c 4a
c

|MC| =
=
8
8


4a
5c 4a
c

|PC| =
=
5
5

MC
5
=
PC
8

and

from (1) and (2)


= 4 Ans.

a = 5 and b = 8;

b - a = 3 Ans.
6.
4.

3
(PB)(PC) = (s b)(s c)
=

s(s a )(s b)(s c)


s (s a )

5
Given A2 4A 5I = 0
A3 = A A2 = A(4A + 5I) = 4A2 + 5A
= 4(4A + 5I) + 5A = 21A + 20I

21 42 42
20 0 0
21 42 + 0 20 0
42 42 21
0 0 20

= 42

= 315 + 60 = 375 Ans.


7.

7
1

1
1
Let I = cot
2
1x
1

=r
s (s a )
(s a )

......(1)
(r = 1)

Using King
1

=
=
(s a )
a
=

r 1 s
s

I=

1
1
cot
1 x2

On adding
1

cot

2I =

4
We have
2

2I=
2

AB BC CD DA AC BD PQ

1
x
x
1
cot1
cot
dx
1 x2
1 (x2 )|x|
1 (x2 )|x|

on simplifying gives

1
cot 1

2
1x
1

1
1 x2 dx
dx = tan

2 2 2 2
2
2
b a c b d c a d c a 2 d b PQ

x
1
dx
cot
1 (x2 )|x|

......(2)

3
3a
=
= 3 Ans.
3 2
3a

2 a
2

5.

x
1
dx
cot
1 (x2 )|x|

1
1
1 x 2 dx
= 2 tan

....(3)

= a 2 b 2 c 2 2a b 2b c 2a c

As tan 1 1 x 2 is even function

1 tan 1 1 x 2 dx
I=

0 II

....(4)

Integrating by parts
1

2
acb

.....(1)

1
x
I = tan 1 1 x 2 x

0 0 (1 1 x 2 )

( x )
1 x2

zero

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dx

9.

x2

2
2
0 (2 x ) 1 x

dx

x 2a sin t a sin t cos2 t

I=

sin 2

(2 sin 2 )

d =

I = 2

I=

0
2

put

dx

2 sin 2 2
d
2 sin 2

2
dt 2 a cos t a sin t ( 2 cos t sin t ) cos t ( a cos t )

2a cos t 2 a cos t 2a cos3 t a cos3 t

d
2

2 sin

dx
3a cos3 t
dt

sec2 d
2

2 2 tan 2 tan 2 2

and

2
dt
2 2 1 tan 1 t
I = 2
2 t2 2 = 2
2
2 0
0

8.

a b
c

Slope of normal

FG dy IJ
dy H dt K

tan t
dx F dx I
GH dt JK

y sin t a cos3 t sin t x cos t 2a sin t cos t a sin t cos3 t

x
y

1
2 a sin t 2 a cos t

A(2a sin t , 0) ; B(0, 2 a cos t )

AB (4a 2 sin 2 t 4 a 2 cos2 t )

dx
cot t
dy

cos t
( x a cos t at sin t )
sin t

y sin t a sin 2 t at sin t cos t

x cos t a cos2 t at sin t cos t


...(1)
x cos t y sin t a 0

Distance from origin on normal (1),

cos t
( x 2 a sin t a sin t cos2 t )
sin t

Hence
Length of segment between the co-ordinate
axes

4a 2 2a

Equation of normal at t

y ( a sin t a t cos t )

dx
cot t
dy

x cos t y sin t 2 a sin t cos t

x a cos t at sin t and y a sin t at cos t


dx
dy
at cos t and
at sin t
dt
dt

Slope of normal

Equation of normal at t is

y a cos3 t

a = 2, b = 1 and c = 4
a + b + c = 2 + 1 + 4 = 7 Ans.

IJ
K
IJ
K

dy
dy
dt

tan t
Hence
dx
dx
dt

tan = t

dx
3a cos2 t sin t
dt

FG
H
FG
H

sec2 d 2

2 tan 2 2

2 2
2
2 2 1

=
=
=
2
2
2

y a cos3 t

and

Let x = sin dx = cos d


2

10.

1
f ' (x) = 3x2 + a
f ' (a) = 3a2 + a
and f ' (b) = 3b2 + a
2
2

3a + a = 3b + a

a2 b2 = 0
(a b)(a + b) = 0
since a b 0
a + b = 0.
Now f (1) = 1 + a + b = 1

a
2

cos t sin 2 t

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PHYSICS

SECTION-A
1.

2.

3.

B,D
Req. = 400
1
1
1
ieq = A , i v
V = 600
= 50 V
4
12
12
A,C,D
VA 4i 2i1 +3 (1 + 3)i = VB
(VA VB) + 3 = 8i + 2i1
or 8i + 2i1 = 19
By kirchhoffs law
_2i1 +1(i i1) + 9 = 0
By solving i = 1.5 A and i1 = 3.5 A
A,B,C
i = i0 et/
hence n i0 ni = t/Rc

; as i0 is same

1
2
=
R1
R2

5.

C,D

Q+x
KC
Q x A

Qx
C

Q+x

a x b E x

Applying kirchoff
Qx
Qx
+
=E
KC
C
K
CE
Qx=
K 1
from x is coming = positive
Charge will flow from a to b, (A) is right
answer.
is wrong answer
During the process energy received by
battery = E x. (D) is right answer.

Current in the circuit I =


I = 2 Amp
VD = +15
VD 10 1 = VA
VA = 1510 = 5 V
VC = 15 51
= 10 V
6.

Final charge on B = Final charge on A, B

and |slope| = 1/RC


so R1C1 < R2C2
4.

KCE
2
on removal of dielectric from B

Q=

15
2
15

B,C,D

C1 = C2 = 2CR = C(say)
q1 = (EC) [1 et/C]
and q2 = (2EC) [1 et/C]
q1 1
= (at any time)
q2 2
The ratio of steady-state charges is also
1:2
EC
dq1
= et/C
dt
C
2EC
dq 2
and
=
et/C
C
dt
dq1 dq 2
dt dt

8. A,B,C,D
(A) p.d. across each cell = VP VQ
(B) If i is clockwise then E2 is supplying and for
reverse case reverse is the answer.
(C) P.D. = E ir (when battery supplies energy)
= E + ir (when battery consumes energy.)
E1 E2
By KVL
i = r r
(Anticlockwise)
1
2
E1r E2r
VP VQ = E1 i r1 = r r
1
2
E1 E2
KVL
i = r r
1
2
E1r E2r
VP VQ = E1 i r1 = r r
1
2
9. A,B,C,D
Initially
0 A
C
d
Q
V
C
Qd

0 A
Finally

-Q

0 Q

-Q 0

The option (A) is wrong.


7.

A,D
Q
KC
+Q A
a

+Q
E

KC
Q B

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2.

2 0 A
A
Qd
V1
2.2 0 A
3Q d
V2
2.2 0 A
d
V V1 V2
0 A

C1 C2

6
Let is resistance per unit length of wire AB.
When k is opened
I (x1) = E1
k is closed

Vf Vi

Ix2 = E1 ir

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

E1
Rr

.........(3)

i=

10. A,C,D
When S1 is closed and S2 is open

r=

S1

3.

10V
1

20 10
10
=
= 2.5 A
4
4
When S1 and S2 both are open

i=

10 q 5

10V

0 A

S2

4.

because D & F are symmetric to E & C.


RAB = 3R/5

20V
i

20
i=
A
3
When S1 and S2 both are closed

3
FD & EC will be removed due to symmetry

S1

5.

S2

q1
q
2;
C1 C 2

C1

20V
i

q1 + q2 = 2Q0

0 A
0A
; C2
d0 vt
d0 vt

q1 d0 vt

q2 d0 vt

20
i=
= 20 Amp.
1

d vt
q2 2Q0
q2 0

d0 vt

SECTION-B
1.

q8
= A
0

51 5 10 q 5 80 / 13

=8
2
q
50 / 13

20 10
10
5
=
= A
1 2 3
6
3
When S1 is open and S2 is closed

i=

(10q)

q = 50/13
10 q = 80/13

20V
i

8
V=

20V

x1

1 R = 0.75 1 24
0.60
x2

10 q
q

C1
C2
0 A
C1 =
5
0 A
C2 =
8

.........(1)

3
For maximum power req = Req
6x
=4

6x
12 + 8x = 24 + 4x
x = 3

2+

12 8x
=4
6x
4x = 12

2d0
2Q 0
q2

d0 vt
I

q2

2Q 0
( d0 vt )
2d0

Q v
dq 2
0 8 amp
dt
d0

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6.

2
Taking potential at A to be zero potental at
B = 3V and potential at B' = 3V and potential at C = 6V so reading of V3 = 3V
R

B
V1

IC

9.

4
4
R
4

4
R

V3

V2

3.73

12
9V

12

Let VD be potential of point D then sum of


charged reaching point D is zero

VB VD
VB' VD
( VC VD )
+
+
R V2
R V1
R V3
=0

3 VD
3 VD
6 VD
+
+
=0
R
R
R

V1

R V1 R V3 R

12 3VD = 0 ; VD = 4 volts reading


of V3 = 2 volts.

3.93

7.73

Power dissipated =
10.

(12) 2
= 36 watt
3.93

5
q1 q 2

C1 C 2

q1 + q2 = 2Q0
7.

2
Let equivalent capacitance = Ceq.
infinite ladder can be shown as :
Now Ceq of this ladder,
6 Ceq

Ceq = 6 C + 8
eq
by solving it,
Ceq2 8 Ceq 48 = 0
Ceq = 12 F or 4 F
neglecting ve answer,
Ceq = 12 F.
8.

0 A
0 A
C1 = d Vt , C2 = d Vt
0
0

d 0 Vt
q1 d 0 Vt

q2 + q2 d Vt = 2Q0
q 2 d 0 Vt
0

2d 0
q2 d Vt = 2Q0
0

2Q 0
q2 = 2d (d0 + Vt)
0
dq 2 Q 0 V
I = dt d
= 20 amp
0

R = 40/10 = 4

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CHEMISTRY

SECTION - A
1.

AD

2.

BD

3.

BC

4.

CD

5.

ABD

16.

BCD

7.

ABD

9.

AD

8.

O
H

TP1 = const.

log T + (1)logP = log k

d log T + (1)dlogP = 0

dlogP

dlog T 1 1

10.

AB

SECTION - C

5
= = 1.6
3

dlogP 1.6

= 2.66
dlog T 0.6

1.

3.

4.

2.

CH3COOH

CH3COO

510 M

dlogP 1.4

= 3.5
dlog T 0.4

510 M

(510 + y )M

xM
+

OH

Equ. conc.
8

(510 + y )M
+

yM

KW = [H ][OH ]

For NH3

14

or 1.0 10

4
= = 1.33
3

[CH 3COO ][ H ]
Now, Ka =
[CH 3COOH ]

or 1.6 10 =

He

Intermediate slope for H2 & CO2


max. slope for NH3

y =

7.8 10

least slope will be for He

H2 & CO2

= (510 + y ) y

dlogP 1.33

= 4.33
dlog T 0.33

0
8

Equ. conc.
H2O

7
= 1.4
5

Initial conc.

For H2 & CO2 both

for He

ABD

5 108 12.8 108


[CH 3COOH ]

[CH3COOH] = 4 1010
Percent of unionised CH3COOH molecules

NH3
=

4 1010
100 = 0.8 % ]
5 108

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10

5.

9.

7
A is adipic acid

6.

9
O

7.

B is

C is
O

CH 3CH=CHCH3

CH 3 CH CH CH3

Cold
KMnO4

OH

OH
OH

(one isomer only)

CH3CH=CHCH2CH3

Br2/CCl4

Racemic mixture

D is

E is

(two isomers)
molecular formula E is C10H18O

x + y = 1 + 2 = 3

= 7
8.

4
10.

D is
O

8
nCP ln T2' / T2
C
P = 4 6=8
'
C
V
3
nC V ln T2 / T2

Total D.B.E. = 4

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