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PHYSICS PAPER II (CODE: 21)

PART (A) :PHYSICS


SECTION I : (MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS)

This section contains 10 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONE or MORE than ONE is/are correct.

1. In the figure, AB is a given real object and its image is A 'B' . Comment on the nature of the lens
used to make the image and the position of the lens.

(A) The lens used can be covering


(B) The lens used can be diverging
(C) The lens could be located between object and the image
(D) The lens could be located to the right of the image

2. Let v(t) be the velocity of a particle at time t. Then :

(A) | dv(t) / dt | and d | v(t) | /dt are always equal

(B) | dv(t) / dt | and d | v(t) | /dt may be equal

(C) d | v(t) | /dt can be zero while | dv(t) / dt | is not zero

(D) d v(t) / dt 0implies dv(t) / dt 0

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3. A cubical box dimension L=5/4 metre starts moving with an acceleration a = 0.5m / s 2 i from the

state of rest. At the same time a stone is thrown from the origin with velocity V = v1i + v 2 j v3 k with

=
respect to earth. Acceleration due to gravity g 10m / s 2 (j) The stone just touches the roof of box
and finally falls at the diagonally opposite point then:

3 5 5
(A) v1 = (B) v2 = 5 (C) v3 = (D) v3 =
2 4 2

4. One mole of monoatomic gas is taken through cyclic process shown


below. T A = 300 K. Process AB is defined as PT = constant.

(A) Work done in process AB is 400 R


(B) Change in internal energy in process CA is 900 R
(C) Heat transferred in the process BC is 2000 R
(D) Change in internal energy in process CA is 900 R

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5. Consider a situation in which a ball collides horizontally with a wedge as shown in figure. All
surface are smooth. It is observed that after collision ball starts moving parallel to the incline as
shown in figure. Which of the following statement(s) is/are NOT CORRECT for this situation?

(A) Collision between ball and wedge is perfectly inelastic (e=0)


(B) Momentum of the ball can be conserved only along incline just before and after collision.
(C) Momentum of system (ball + wedge) can be conserved along any direction just before and
after collision
(D) Momentum of system (ball + wedge) can be conserved only along initial direction of motion
of the ball.

6. A cart is moving on an incline. A pendulum bob hangs from ceiling. Four snap shots of pendulum
bob and ceiling were taken. Which of the following is INCORRECT. In each of the case pendulum
bob was at rest relative to cart.

(A) In case (i) cart is accelerated down the incline with acceleration a = g sin
(B) In case (ii) cart is moving with constant speed
(C) In case (iii) cart is moving down with retardation
(D) In case (iv) cart is moving up with retardation

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7. A rod of mass m, uniform cross sectional area A and length L is accelerated by applying force F as
shown in figure on a smooth surface. If Youngs modulus of elasticity of the material of rod is Y
(Consider x as measured from the right end)

Fx
(A) Tension in rod as a function of distance x is
2L
FL
(B) Elongation in rod is
2AY
F2 L
(C) Elastic potential energy stored in the rod is
6AY
(D) There is no stress in rod

8. Two metal rods X and Y having equal cross-sectional areas are joined end to end to form a
composite bar one end of which is heated and other is pulled with side surface insulated. After some
time has elapsed the temperature gradient along each rod is found to be uniform, but greater in X
than that in Y. Which of the following can be inferred?
(A) Both the rods are of different thermal conductivity
(B) The heat current is the same in both the rods
(C) Both the rods are of equal lengths
(D) X is better conductor of heat than Y

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9. The block shown in figure remains at rest undisturbed. A man wishes to start the block move by the
rope. Given the ramp angle and the coefficient of static friction s

(A) The value of the angle that minimizes the force T is given by= tan 1 s
(B) The value of the angle that minimizes the force T is given by=
cot 1 s

(C) The minimum value of T in terms of , s m and g is given by T=mg


( s cos sin )
1 + s2

(D) The minimum value of T in terms of , s , m and g is given by T = mg


( s sin + cos )
1 + s2

10. Which of the following is/are CORRECT about the following system (take = 10)

(A) h A should be 16m for water column to be remains steady in container B


(B) h A should be 32 m for water column to be remains steady in container B
(C) Q should be 4.5 litre/sec for water columns to be remains steady in both the containers
(D) Q should be 18 litre/sec for water column to be remains steady in both the containers.

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SECTION II: (PARAGRAPH TYPE)

This section contains 08 multiple choice questions relating to FOUR paragraphs


with TWO questions on each paragraph. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D) out of which ONE or MORE than one is/are correct.

PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTIONS NO 11 & 12

THERMODYNAMICS BY CLASSICAL MECHANICS


The pressure of a gas on the container can be assumed to be the result of force exerted by the gas
molecule on the container when they collide elastically and changes their momentum. This can be
viewed as, if N number of balls collide with the wall/sec, then F = 2NmV.

Now consider a situation, where the space is separated into two parts by a semi permeable
membrane (allows N 2 to pass but does not allow O 2 to pass) with temperature T 1 and T 2
(T 2 < T 1 ) respectively as shown in diagram.

8RT
The velocity of molecule at any temperature is given by V = . R is a constant.
M
M is the molecular mass of the gas. If n 1 molecules of O 2 and n 2 molecules of N 2 collides with
semi permeable membrane per second then (Assume equal number of moles of N 2 in both
chambers).

11. The average force exerted by O 2 molecule on the membrane is:


8RT1 8RT1
(A) n1Mo 2 (B) 2n1Mo 2
Mo 2 Mo 2
8RT2 8RT2
(C) n1Mo 2 (D) 2n1Mo 2
Mo 2 Mo 2

12. The direction of net force on the membrane due to (N 2 +O 2 ) will be :-


(A) Towards left (B) Towards right
(C) Zero (D) Cant be determined

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PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTION NO 13 & 14

Let us identify the system as the spacecraft and the Earth but not the portion of the fuel in the
spacecraft that we use to change the orbit. In a given orbit, the mechanical energy of the spacecraft
Earth system is given by
GMm
E=
2r
This energy includes the kinetic energy of the spacecraft and the potential energy associated with the
gravitational force between the spacecraft and the Earth. If the rocket engines are fired, the thrust
force moves the spacecraft through a displacement. As a result, the mechanical energy of the
spacecraft Earth system increases.
The spacecraft has a new higher energy but is constrained to be in an orbit that includes the original
starting point. It cannot be in a higher energy circular orbit having a larger radius because this orbit
would not contain the starting point. The only possibility is that the orbit is elliptical as shown in the
figure.

Above equation gives the energy of the spacecraft Earth system for an elliptical orbit where a is
semi-major axis. Thus if we know the new energy of the orbit, we can find the semi-major axis of the
elliptical orbit. Conversely. If we know the semi-major axis of an elliptical orbit we would like to
achieve. We can calculate how much additional energy is required from the rocket engines.
A spacecraft is moving in a circular orbit around the Earth (Radius 6400 km) at a height of 300 km
from the surface. To place the spacecraft in an elliptical orbit, the modulus of the mechanical
energy of the spacecraft-Earth system is decreased by 10.0%.

13. If the spacecraft earth system had initial energy (-E 0 ), then the total mechanical energy of the
system after firing the rocket will be:
(A) -1.1 E 0 (B) -0.9 E 0 (C) E 0 (D) None of these

14. Minimum distance of the spacecraft from the surface of the Earth is:
(A) 900 km (B) 1474 km (C) 300 km (D) 1773 km

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PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTION NO 15 & 16

A small block of mass m can move without friction on the outside of a fixed vertical circular track
of radius R. The block is attached to a spring of natural length R/2 and spring constant k. The other
end of spring is connected to a point at height R/2 directly above the centre of track.

15. If the block is released from rest when the spring is in horizontal state then at that moment:

(A) tangential acceleration is g


3 kR

2 4m
3 1( )
(B)
g kR 3
radial acceleration is +
2 4m
( 3 1 )
(C) tangential acceleration is
g kR 3
2 4m
3 1 ( )
(D) radial acceleration is g
3 kR

2 4m
( 3 1 )
16. Consider block to be at rest at topmost point A of track. The block is slowly pushed from rest at the
highest point A. When the spring reaches in horizontal state then:
3kR 2
(A) Spring potential energy is
4
2 3

( )
kR 2
( )
2
(B) Spring potential energy is 3 1
8
mgR
(C) Gravitational potential energy (taking U = 0 at =0o ) is
2
3mgR
(D) Gravitational potential energy (taking U = 0 at =0o ) is
8

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PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTION NO 17 & 18

An elevator is moving in vertical direction such that its velocity varies with time as shown in figure.
Its upward direction is taken as positive. A block of mass 60 kg is placed inside lift on a weight-
machine and also attach to a spring balance as shown in figure. Reading of weight machine and
spring balance are respectively 40 kg and 20 kg when lift was at rest. Lift start moving at t = 0
(g = 10 m/ s 2 ) vertical shift of log relative to weighing machine to change its reading is negligible.

17. What will be the maximum reading of the weight machine:-


(A) 60 kg (B) 70 kg (C) 80 kg (D) None

18. The reading of the spring balance fluctuate with time as (till 12 sec.)
(A) (B)

(C) (D)

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SECTION III: (MATRIX MATCH TYPE)

This section contains 02 questions. Each question has contains two columns,
Column-I&Column-II. Match the entries in Column-I with the entries in Column-II.
One or more entries in Column-I may match with one or more entries in Column-II.

19. In column I there are some physical situations. Match them with statement in column II. System is
A+B

Column I Column II
(A) Platform B is uniform and can rotate (P) Angular momentum of system is conserved
about smooth vertical axis OO ' . abut line OO '
Boy A is running with increasing
speed along the circumference.

(B) Both the particles A & B have same (Q) Torque of gravitational force on A about
mass. System is released from rest point O is non-zero.
on a smooth horizontal plane with
spring in compressed state.

(C) Horizontal surface is smooth but (R) Since there is no external force in horizontal
friction between wedge (B) and direction therefore linear momentum of
sphere (A) is sufficient to prevent system remains conserved in horizontal
any slipping. System was released direction.
from rest.

(D) Friction between block and surface (S) Work done by the internal force of the system
is zero and boy is walking without is non-zero.
slipping.

(T) Centre of mass of the system is at rest.

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20. A particle is released from height h on a smooth track terminating in a circular path of radius R. A
and C are points at top and at horizontal level respectively of the circular path. Column I represents
the different values of height of inclined plane and column II gives the conditions during the motion
of the particle.

Column I Column II
(A) If h = 3.2 R (P) The particle is able to complete vertical circular motion
(B) If h = 2.7 R (Q) The force exerted by particle on track at point A is zero
(C) If h = 2.5 R (R) The force exerted by particle on track at point A is more
than its weight
(D) If h = 4 R (S) The force exerted by particle on track at point C is more
than its weight.
(T) The force exerted by particle on track at point A is less
then its weight

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PHYSICS PAPER II : ANSWER KEY

1. (BD) 2. (BCD) 3. (ABC) 4. (ACD) 5. (AC)

6. (AB) 7. (BC) 8. (AB) 9. (AC) 10. (BD)

11. (B) 12. (B) 13. (B) 14. (C) 15. (A)

16. (B) 17. (B) 18. (C)

19. (A) (PQS); (B) (PQRST); (C) (PQR); (D) (PQS)

20. (A) (PRS); B (PST); (C) (PQS); (D) (PRS)

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PART (B) : CHEMISTRY


SECTION I : (MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS)

This section contains 10 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONE or MORE than ONE is/are correct.

21. The correct order of rotational energy barrier along the indicated bond is (are) :
(A)
>
CH

>
CH CH
3
2 2

H C
H C H C
3
2 3

(B)
>

(C)

> > >

CH H C
H C CH

(D)
3 3
3 3

>

CH H C
H C CH
3 3
3 3

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22. Choose the correct options?
(A) NH2 NH2
CH3
is more basic than

CH3
(B) NMe 2 NMe 2
CH3
is more basic than

(C) CO2H CO2H


CH3
is more acidic than

CH3
(D)
is more acidic than

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23. Select incorrect statements
(A) Racemic mixture of 2-methylbutanoicacid on treatment with optically pure butan-2-ol
produce diastereomers.
(B) CH3 O
H3C
H in presence of acid catalyst changes to enantiomeric mixture.
CH3
(C) Enantiomeric mixtureHof3C N CH3 is resolvable.
H
CH3 CH3
(D) has more heat of combustion than

CH3 CH3

24. For a given ionic equilibrium in a vessel of 0.5 litre,


Au(3aq+ ) + 3Fe(2aq+ ) 3+
3Fe( aq ) + Au( s )
At equilibrium, the equivalents of Au3+, Fe2+ and Fe3+ are x, y and z respectively . Then:
z3 3z 3
(A) Kc = (B) Kc =
6 xy 3 2 xy 3
4z3 8z3
(C) Kc = (D) Kc =
9 xy 3 9 xy 3

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25. Equal volume of 0.06M Na 2SO 4 ( aq ) and 0.06M KHSO 4 ( aq ) are mixed together. Calculate pH of
the solution. Given: K aHSO = 2 102
4

(A) 1.7 (B) 2 (C) 2.4 (D) 1.8

26. The equilibrium between three gaseous isomers A, B and C can be represented as:
A (g ) B(g) K1 = ?
B(g ) C(g) K 2 = 0.4
C( g ) A (g ) K 3 = 0.6
If initially one mole of A is taken in a closed vessel of volume 1 litre, then which of the following
is/are correct statements?
(A) [A] + [B] + [C] = 1 M at any time during the reaction.
1
(B) Concentration of [C] is M at equilibrium.
2.1
1
(C) K1 =
0.24
(D) Isomer (A) is least stable thermodynamically.

27. The Lewis acid nature of BX 3 follows the order-


(A) BF3 > BCl3 > BBr3 > BI3 (B) BF3 < BCl3 < BBr3 < BI3
(C) BCl3 > BF3 > BBr3 > BI3 (D) BF3 < BBr3 < BCl3 < BI3

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28. The combustion 1.22g benzoic acid ( M = 122 ) in a bomb calorimeter at 300K caused a temperature
rise of 3K, while combustion of 0.88g ethyl ethanoate ( M = 88 ) caused a temperature rise of 2K.
Calculate the enthalpy change of combustion of CH 3COOC2 H 5 ( ) at 300K. Given: Internal energy
change of combustion for benzoic acid = 3000kJ mol1 at 300 K and R = 8.3JK 1mol1
(A) 2000kJ (B) 2002.49 kJ
(C) 2006.5kJ (D) 3002.5kJ

29. For the following reaction taking place under basic medium at 300 K
I2 (s)
I (aq) + IO3 (aq)
Given :
Substance I(aq) IO 3 (aq) H 2 O(l) OH(aq)
G of (in kJ mol 1 ) 50 123.5 233 150
Equilibrium concentration of I = 0.1 M
Equilibrium concentration of IO3 = 0.1 M
25
R= J mol1 K1 ; ln 10 = 2.3
3
(A) pH = 8 (B) pH = 10
(C) OH = 108 (D) H + = 108

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30. For the two reactions
Reaction I : A B Reaction II : C D
following curves are plotted

conc.
1M [A]

0.5M [C]

[C]
60 [A] 30 time (min.)

Which of the following is/are true -


2
(A) (t100%)reaction I = (t100%)reaction II
3
3
(B) [A] = [C] at t = minutes
4
(C) When [B] = [A] at that time [C] = [D]
1
(D) If both [A]0 & [C]0 are 1M then (t50%)I = (t50%)II
3

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SECTION II: (PARAGRAPH TYPE)

This section contains 08 multiple choice questions relating to FOUR paragraphs


with TWO questions on each paragraph. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D) out of which ONE or MORE than one is/are correct.

PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTIONS NO 31 & 32

9.3 grams of saturated monobasic carboxylic acid is dissolved in 100 ml. This solution requires 50
ml of 1M NaOH for complete neutralization. In another experiment 9.3 grams of same acid is burned
completely and the evolved carbon dioxide is dissolved in 1000 ml NaOH solution. The resulting
solution is divided in two halves. The first half requires 125 ml of 1M HCl for phenolphthalein end
point whereas other half requires 400 ml of 1M HCl for methyl orange end point.

31. What is the molecular formula of acid.


(A) C9 H19 COOH (B) C8 H17 COOH
(C) C10 H 21COOH (D) none of these

32. What is the molarity of NaOH solution


(A) 1M (B) 0.8M (C) 0.6M (D) none of these

PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTIONS NO 33 & 34

Phosphoric acid is of great importance in fertilizer production. Besides, phosphoric acid and its
various salts have a number of application in metal treatment, food, detergent and toothpaste
industries.
5 103 , pK a1 =
K a1 = 2.3
5.75 108 , pK a 2 =
K a2 = 7.24
1.75 1013 , pK a3 =
K a3 = 12.76

33. 50 ml of 0.1M Phosphoric acid is titrated 0.1M NaOH. Find the pH when 125ml of NaOH is added.
(A) 12 (B) 12.76 (C) 7.24 (D) 10

34. 50 ml of 0.1M Phosphoric acid is titrated 0.1M NaOH. Find the volume of NaOH used if an
indicator of pK In = 9 is used in the titration.
(A) 50 ml (B) 100 ml (C) 150 ml (D) 200 ml

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PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTIONS NO 35 & 36

Out of different state parameters like E, H, G, A an dS , only entropy(s) is the parameter whose
absolute value can be determined, by using third law of thermodynamics. While perfect crystals have
zero entropy at 0 K, non perfect crystals have some residual entropy at 0 K. From this info and the
following data chart, answer the questions that follow.

Substance Cp(solid) Standard H 0fusion S0m,100K


(J/mole K) Melting point
(kJ / mole) (J/K mole)
P ( 0.35T ) 200 K 27 35
Q ( 0.25T ) 250 K 29 30
R ( 0.15T ) 300 K 30 20
S ( 0.45T ) 350 K 40 50

35. Which of the substances will have residual entropy at 0 K?


(A) Only R (B) Only P
(C) Q, R & S all three (D) Q & P only

36. What will be molar entropy of liquid R at 300 K?


(A) 150 J K mole (B) 145 J K mole
(C) 45 J K mole (D) 50 J k mole

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PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTIONS NO 37 & 38

Delocalization of -bonded electrons in conjugated system is called resonance. Extended


conjugation increase stability of molecule. All resonance structures are hypothetical, but resonance
hybrid is real. All resonance structures contribute to hybrid, but most stable resonance structure
contribute more for resonance hybrid

37. Which of the following resonance structure would contribute most for resonance hybrid?
O O
(B) H2N CH CH C H
(A) H2N CH CH C H
O O
(C) H2N CH CH C H (D) H2N CH CH C H

38. Which of the following is most stable resonance structure?


(A) (B)

O+ O+

(C) (D)

O O

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SECTION III: (MATRIX MATCH TYPE)

This section contains 02 questions. Each question has contains two columns,
Column-I & Column-II. Match the entries in Column-I with the entries in Column-
II. One or more entries in Column-I may match with one or more entries in Column-
II.

39. ContainerI contain solution containing 1 mol K2Cr2O7 or 1 mol KMnO4 in acidic medium. This
solution of containerI is mixed with solution of other containerII/III/IV/V, due to which
compound present in these containers undergo following half reaction.
KI IO3 K2C2O4 3H2C2O4 2H2O CO2
Cu2S Cu2+ + SO2 NH4SCN SO42 + HCN

Column I represents the solution of two container which are mixed.


Column II represents the number of moles of substance which reacts with 1 mol of substance (may
be KMnO4 or K2Cr2O7) present in containerI.
Match the column I with ColumnII.
Column I Column II
3
(A) ContainerI + ContainerIII (P)
4
5
(B) ContainerII + ContainerI (Q)
8

(C) ContainerI + ContainerV (R) 2


5
(D) ContainerIV + ContainerI (S)
6
(T) 1

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40.
Structural formula Correct statements about stereoisomers
(A) H3C CH CH CH CH CH3 (P) Optically active isomers are four
Cl Cl
(B) H3C CH CH2 CH CH3 (Q) Optically inactive isomers are two
Cl Br
(C) H3C CH CH CH CH3 (R) Enantiomeric pairs are two
Cl Br Cl
(D) H3C CH CH CH CH CH CH3 (S) Diasteremeric pairs are four
Br
(T) Optically active isomers are two

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ANSWER KEY

21. (ABC) 22. (CD) 23. (BC) 24. (B) 25. (B)

26. (ACD) 27. (B) 28. (B) 29. (AD) 30. (ABD)

31. (C) 32. (B) 33. (A) 34. (B) 35. (C)

36. (A) 37. (C) 38. (B)

39. [(A) P,Q; (B) S,T; (C) S, T ; (D) P, Q]

40. (A) (PQR); (B) (PRS); (C) (QST); (D) (QST)

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PART (C) : MATHEMATICS


SECTION I : (MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS)

This section contains 10 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONE or MORE than ONE is/are correct.

If ( 4 + 3 x )
25
41. =a0 + a1 x + a2 x 2 + ........ + a35 x 35 then the value of largest coefficient among a0 , a1 , a2
.. a35 is
14 11
25 4 3
(A) C11 325 (B) 25
C11 425
3 4
25
(C) C14 414311 (D) 25
C14 411314

G (x) + b
42. If G (=
x) 26= = finite, then
x 2 and a lim
x 1 x 1
1
(A) b = 5 (B) b=5 (C) a= (D) a = 2/5
5

43. If a,b,c,d are four unequal positive number which are in A.P then
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
(A) + = + (B) + < +
a d b c a d b c
1 1 1 1 1 1 4
(C) + > + (D) + >
a d b c b c a+d

44. The range of the function defined as f(x) = cos1({x}) is (where {x} is fractional part of x)
3
(A) 2 , (B) (0, ) (C) 0, 2 (D) ,
2 4

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45. A drawer contains (12x + 3) red and (5x + 1) black balls. When two balls are drawn at random, the
1
probability that they both are red is . The number of balls in the drawer can be
2
(A) 21 (B) 11 (C) 4 (D) 3

46. The number of ways in which we can choose 2 distinct integers from 1 to 200 so that the difference
between them is at most 20 is
200 180
(A) 3790 (B) C C
2 2
180 19 20 180
(C) C 20 + (D) C
2
1 2

47. A hyperbola does not have mutually perpendicular tangents, and then its eccentricity can be
7 7 3
(A) (B) (C) (D) 2
6 5 2

48. Each of the circles |z 1 i| = 1 and |z 1 + i| = 1 touches internally a circle of radius 2. The
equation of the circle touching all the three circles can be
(A) 3zz + z + z 1 =0 (B) 3zz 7(z + z) + 15 =0
(C) zz z z 3 = 0 (D) 3zz + (z + z) 1 =0

49. Which one of the following is a bijective function on the set of real number?
(A) f(x) = 2x 5 (B) f (x) = x3
(C) f(x) = x2 (D) f(x) = x2 + 1

50. Which of the following functions is an even function?


a x + a x ax +1
(A) f (x) = (B) f (x) =
a x a x ax 1
ax 1 x x
(C) f (x) = x x (D) = x
f (x) + +1
a +1 e 1 2
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SECTION II: (PARAGRAPH TYPE)

This section contains 08 multiple choice questions relating to FOUR paragraphs


with TWO questions on each paragraph. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D) out of which ONE or MORE than one is/are correct.

PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTIONS NO 51 & 52

To the circle x2 + y2 = 4 two tangents are drawn from P, which touches the circle at T 1 and T 2 and
a rhombus PT 1 PT 2 is completed.

51. If P(4, 0), then the circum centre of the triangle PT 1 T 2 is at


3
2
(A) (2, 0) (B) (2, 0) (C) , 0 (D) none of these


52. If P is taken to be at (h, 0) such that P lies on the circle, the area of the rhombus is
(A) 6 3 (B) 2 3 (C) 3 3 (D) none of these

PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTIONS NO 53 & 54

Suppose z1 , z2 and z3 represent the vertices A,B and C of an


equilateral triangle ABC on the Argand plane. Then
AB = BC = CA z2 z1 = z3 z2 = z1 z3 Also
z z
CAB = arg 3 1 =
3 z2 z1 3

53. If the complex numbers z1 , z2 , z3 represent the vertices of an equilateral triangle such that
z=
1 z=
2 z3 , then z1 + z2 + z3 is equal to:
(A) 0 (B) 3 (C) (D) 2

54. Let the complex numbers z1 , z2 and z3 be the vertices of an equilateral triangle. Let z0 be the
circumcentre of the triangle, then z12 + z22 + z32 is equal to:
(A) z02 (B) 3 z02 (C) 9 z02 (D) 0

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PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTIONS NO 55 & 56
2 2
x y
If 2
1 represents a curve S = 0 where a, b I {0} and a + b =
+ 2 = 20 , then
a b

55. The number of (a, b) where a b such that major axis of the ellipse lies along the x axis is
(A) 9 (B) 18 (C) 36 (D) 40

56. For any random a and b selected, what is the probability that the curve is a circle
1 1 2
(A) (B) (C) (D) None of these
19 38 19

PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTIONS NO 57 & 58

f (x) 0 f (x) f '(x)


If lim reduces to , then lim = lim
x a g(x) 0 x a g(x) x a g '(x)

x 2 3x + 2
57. lim is equal to
x 1 x 1
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 0

x2 a2
58. lim is equal to
x ax3 a3
2 2 2 2
(A) (B) (C) (D)
a 3a a2 3a 2
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SECTION III: (MATRIX MATCH TYPE)

This section contains 02 questions. Each question has contains two columns,
Column-I & Column-II. Match the entries in Column-I with the entries in Column-
II. One or more entries in Column-I may match with one or more entries in Column-
II.

59. If zii =1, 2,3, 4 are vertices of square in order then


COLUMN I COLUMN II
(A) z1 z3 (P) 2
=
z2 z4
(B) z z (Q)
Arg 1 2 = 2
z 2 z3
(C) If z1 z 2 + z 2 z 3 = k z1 z 3
2 2 2
then k = (R) 1
(D) z1 z 3 (S)
=
z 2 z3 4

60.
COLUMN I COLUMN II
(A) x (P) 1
lim =
x 0 sin x

(B) sin x (Q) 1


lim where [] GIF
x 0
x
(C)
lim
{sin x} {} FPF (R) 0
x 0 { x}

(D) sin x (S) DNE


lim
x 0 x

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ANSWER KEY

41. [A,B,C] 42. [AC] 43. [C,D] 44. [A] 45. [A,C]

46. [A,B,C] 47. [C,D] 48. [AB / ABD] 49. [AB] 50. [C,D]

51. [A] 52. [ A] 53. [A] 54. [B] 55. [C]

56. [A] 57. [A] 58. [B]

59. A r; B q;C r; D p

60. A p; B r;C s; D s

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