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ALL INDIA OPEN TEST/JEE (Main)/22-03-2015

ENTHUSIAST & LEADER COURSE


TARGET : JEE (MAIN) 2015

ALL INDIA OPEN TEST # 02 DATE : 22 - 03 - 2015


Test Type : Major Test Pattern : JEE (Main)
ANSWER KEY
Que . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Ans . 4 2 1 3 2 1 4 4 2 3 2 1 1 2 3 3 1 2 4 1

Que . 2 1 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Ans . 3 1 4 3 1 2 2 2 4 3 1 2 4 2 3 2 1 3 3 2

Que . 4 1 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

Ans . 3 3 3 4 4 2 4 4 2 3 4 2 4 2 2 3 4 4 2 1

Que . 6 1 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80

Ans . 2 3 1 4 3 4 1 1 2 4 2 3 1 1 3 1 4 3 2 4

Que . 8 1 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90

Ans . 3 4 1 3 3 4 1 3 1 4

HINT SHEET
1. Ans. (4) 3. Ans. (1)
Sol. Solar constant = 2 cal/cm2-min 4. Ans. (3)
2 cal/cm2-min = X J/m2-sec Sol. Number of photon received by surface
X=2
IA cos q IAl cos q
cal sec m
2
per second = =
hc hc
J min cm 2
l
1
= 2 ( 4.18 ) (10000 ) = 1393.33 For perfectly reflecting surface, change in
60
2. Ans. (2) 2h
momentum of a photon = cos q
U l
Sol. Fx = - = sin ( x + y )
X
Force exp erienced
U
Fy = - = sin ( x + y ) 2h cos q IAl cos q 2IA cos q
2
Y = =
l hc c
1
Fx = sin ( x + y ) 0, p =



4 2 For perfectly absorbing surface, change in
1 h
Fy = sin ( x + y ) 0, p = momentum of a photon =
l
4 2
r h IAl cos q IA cos q
1 Force experienced = =
F= i + j l hc c
2
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If surface is partially reflecting then
x
= 22 108 cos 2p 1011 t -
2IA cos2 q IA cos q c
Force = b + (1 - b )
c c
x
where b is a constant. = 2.2 107 cos 2p 1011 t -
c
5. Ans. (2)
9. Ans. (2)
l Sol. For permanent magnet we prefer a material with
T = 2l
g eff high retentivity (so as to make a stronger magnet)
E 5m/s2
and high coercivity (so that magnetization any
q not be wiped out easily). for electromagnet we
geff = g +5
M prefer high saturated magnetism low coercivity
and least possible area of hysteresis loop so that
1 5 10 -6
= 15 electromagnet develops high magnetization, is
110-6 easily demagnetized and energy loss in a
2
geff = 10 = p magnetization cycle is least. Therefore, P is
T = 2 sec suitable for making permanent magnet and Q
6. Ans. (1) for making electromagnet.
I0 10. Ans. (3)
Sol. Imax = IP + for q = 0 11. Ans. (2)
2
12. Ans. (1)
I0
Imin = for q = 90 P0 2 g
2 Sol.
Imin 4 = Imax (Given) 2P0
7. Ans. (4) 13. Ans. (1)
Sol. Number density of atoms in silicon specimen
= 5 1028 atoms-m3 = 5 1022 atoms cm3. Sol. The power radiated by a filament is P = e ( sT 4 )
Since, 1 atom of indium is doped in 5 107 (area), where e = emissivity,
silicon atoms, so total number of indium atoms s = Stefan's constant,
doped per cm3 of silicon will be T = surface temperature.
5 10 22 Here, eT4 = constant or e A TA4 = e B TB4
n= = 1015 atoms-cm3
5 10 7
14. Ans. (2)
8. Ans. (4)
Sol. The equation of electric field occurring in weight in air
Sol. RD = ;
Y-direction loss of weight in water

x 5.00
Ey = 66 cos 2p 1011 t - r= = 5.00 ;
c 1.00
Therefore, for the magnetic field in Z-direction
E dr 0.05 0.1
Bz = y = + = 0.11or11%
c r 5.00 1.00

66 x \r = 5.00 11%
= 8
cos 2 p 1011 t -
3 10 c
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15. Ans. (3)

K1 0 A K A A sh ell 1
Sol. C1 = , C2 = 2 0 , 0 = 9 ,

d 2d d
3 3

80m
C1C2 v 21= 8 0 j
Ceq. =
C1 + C 2
16. Ans. (3)
80 m
1 1 1 t= = 1s
Sol. l(a + b) = la + lb = + 80 m/s
T1 T1 T1
2
( a+b )
2
(a )
2
(b)
21. Ans. (3)
Sol. m2g T = m2a2 ....(1)
1 1 1 1
= + = m2R 2
T1 30 60 20 TR = a2 ....(2)
( a +b )
2
2
\ T1 (a+b ) = 20 years. a1R = a2 a2R....(3)
m R2
2

\ One-fourth of sample will remain after 2 half TR = 1 a1 ....(4)


2
life = 40 years.
17. Ans. (1) 2T 2 2(a 2 + g)
a2 = = =
m 2 R m 2 R (m2a2 + m2g) R
4 3 4p 3
Sol. E = T 4pr2 pR = n r
3 3 22. Ans. (1)
23. Ans. (4)
R3 Sol. By applying conseruation of angular
n= R = n1/3 r
r3 momentum
Surface energy of big drop V0/R
V0
E' = T 4pR2 = T 4pn2/3r2 = En2/3
\\\\\\\\\\\
Energy released
= nEE' = nE n2/3E = E(n n2/3) 2 V 2 2 v'
mV0 R + mR2 0 = mv'R + mR
18. Ans. (2) 5 2R 5 R
19. Ans. (4) 6 7 6
mV0R = mv'R v' = V0
fmax 5 5 7
Sol. = Quality factor
Dfhalf of max power 24. Ans. (3)
Sol. h = R(cosq1 cosq2)
20. Ans. (1)
1
Sol. v1 = 160i + 120 j m/s mv 2 = mgh
2
r r r mv 2
v2 = v2 J + vJ = 150i + 200 j + 10i = 160i + 200 j m/s = mg cos q2 v = Rg cos q2
R
Observing motion of shell 2 w.r.t. shell 1
1
v21 = 80 j m/s, a21 =0 m Rg cos q2 = mgR ( cos q1 - cos q2 )
2
3cosq2 = 2cosq1

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25. Ans. (1) 33. Ans. (4)
26. Ans. (2) Cu2+ Zn2+ Sn2+ Ag+
27. Ans. (2) 0.34 0.76 0.14 0.80
Sol. For 1st refraction,

v1 = {
2mR m 2 m1 m 2 - m1
- =
( 2m - 3) v u R ; } CuSO4

Ag. vessel
For 2 refraction,
nd
As the value of E Ag+ > ECu2+ in aqueous
R ( 9 - 4m ) condition so it can not be reduce in container.
u = v13R v f = 34. Ans. (2)
(10m - 9 )( m - 2 )
-2
10
28. Ans. (2) HSO4 H+ + SO4

1
Sol. Energy = 0 E 2 ( volume )
2 0.01 0.01

8.85 106 =
1
2
(
8.85 10 -12 E 2 10 -6 ) 0.01 (1 a) 0.01a 0.01+0.01a
0.01a 0.01(1 + a )
E= 2 10 6 V / m 102 =
0.01(1 - a )
flux (f) = EA
(1 a) = a2 + a
= 2 10 +6 10 -4 = 100 2 ( V - m ) a2 + 2a 1 = 0
29. Ans. (4)
-2 + 4 + 4
a=
c 2
Sol. l = = 0.3 m
n = (1 + 2)
30. Ans. (3)
(H+) = ( 2 1) 102
31. Ans.(1)
pH = 2 log ( 2 1)
Formula based from reversible isothermal
process of work done 35. Ans. (3)
1 3
V2 PH3 P4 + H2
4 2
dw = - PdV
V1 100 3
100mL mL 100mL
32. Ans.(2) 4 2
25mL 150mL
p 16.42 111 100 change in vol. = + 75 mL
i= = = 1.66
CRT 4.44 1000 0.082 300
CaCl2 Ca+2 + 2Cl 36. Ans (2)
i = 1 + (n 1)a a
Shortest distance = = 100
1.66 = 1 + (3 1)a 2
2a = 0.66 next second distance = a = edge length = 100 2
a = 0.33 37. Ans. (1)

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KBrO3 + Na2S2O3 Br + Na2S4O6
0.167 OH does not charge the colour of
N1V1 = N2V2 6 = 45 N 103
167
acidic dechromate solution due to 3 alcohol.
2
N= N 52. Ans. (2)
15
3-alcohol give terbidity immediate.
38. Ans (3)
X88 84 53. Ans. (4)
35
I
Y II
32Z
As mass no. and atomic no. decreasing from X
to Z I
H

Also I involve positron emission O O OH
H I
39. Ans (3) +
H
P2 DH 1 1
ln P = R T - T
1 1 2 *
I

2 200 1 1 O OH O
ln 1 = 2 100 - T H (B) I H
2
Not a possible attack due to angle strain]
100
T2 = = 333.33K = 60.33 C
0.3 54. Ans. (2)
40. Ans (2)
O
HCl (aq.)
HCl (aq.) 2.5
NBS Br Mg MgBr CH3CH
4M 2M P1
DE
P2
1000 5 mole
HCl (aq.)
HCl(aq.)
As. H+ / D is given \ after formation of
4M 2M
Alcohol dehydeation will take place.
500 ml
For unit ml of solution 55. Ans. (2)
4 56. Ans. (3)
500 = 2 2.5 = 5
1000 HOH a number of p-bonds
41. Ans. (3)
57. Ans. (4)
42. Ans. (3)
43. Ans. (3) NH2 CH2 COOH achiral
44. Ans. (4) 58. Ans. (4)
45. Ans. (4) 59. Ans. (2)
46. Ans. (2)
(i) greater extent of
47. Ans. (4)

48. Ans. (4)
49. Ans (2) conjugation is present where as in the
50. Ans. (3) molecule is anti aromatic.
51. Ans. (4) 60. Ans. (1)

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OH
62 31
Probability = =
25.24 300
is stabilized due to back bonding 64. Ans. (4)

r1 r1
3r 1 4r 1

3 carbocation is present stabilized by +H & +I 3r 1 4r1


7 2r1 = 5
1 carbocation is present stabilized by +H & +I r1 = 1
65. Ans. (3)

4
(x,x )

carbocation is on Bridge head carbon (1,1)


4
(Acc to Bredzt's Rule not stable) enough y=x

61. Ans. (2)


Let |z1 z2| = a, |z2 z3| = b; |z3 z1| = g Least values of (x) is obviously 'O'
ab + bg + ga < a2 + b2 + g2
( x + 1) 8
4 4
x4 + 1 x + 1
= 3(|z1|2 + |z2|2 + |z3|2) |z1 + z2 + z3|2 < 3(|z1|2 4
+ |z2|2 + |z3|2) 2 2 x +1
ab + bg + ga < 36 66. Ans. (4)
A B
62. Ans. (3) A x<1
B y=0
( z1 + z2 )( z1 + z2 ) = 3 C z=0
z1 z2 + z1z 2 = 1 n(ABC) C

z1 - z 2 = ( z1 - z 2 )( z1 - z2 )
2
( ) ( ) ( ) ( )
= 20 219 + 1 2 20 + 1 2 20 + 1 2 20
2 2
= z1 + z 2 - z1 z2 - z 2 z1 = 1 - ( ( 21 1) ) - 1 - ( 21 1)
63. Ans. (1) Total cases = 320
a No.of cases 320 - 13.220 + 43
Ans. =
2 24 320
22 67. Ans. (1)
11
x = (ABAT)2 {B is symmetric}
23 7 XT= X B2 symmetric hence required value
4
2 5 =0
2 5
4 68. Ans. (1)
2 6
3 1 1
(x) = |x 1| + 2 x - + ...... + 119 x -
2 7 2 2 119
28 2 minimum value occurs at median
Total number of mod
29 , 210 , 211 , 212 1case each = 1 + 2 +...+119 = 7140
Total favourable cases = 62

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75. Ans. (3)
n ( n + 1)
= 3570 (y 2) = l(x 1)2
2
l=4
n = 89 76. Ans. (1)
1 Varience remains unchanged on subtraction
minimum occers at x =
84 12 + 32 + 62 + 72 + 92 + 10 2 1 + 3 + 6 + 7 + 9 + 10
2

69. Ans. (2) varience =


6
-
6

log x - log e 1 c (e,x) (LMVT) = 10


= 77. Ans. (4)
x -e c
Obviously option (4) is correct
x 78. Ans. (3)
log
e <1 Obviously option (3) is correct
0<
x-e 79. Ans. (2)
70. Ans. (4)
C(0,l)
-1 e - en
n +1

(n) = tan 1 + e n .e n +1

1 n+1 1 n P(q)
(n) = tan (e ) tan (e )
B A

p 1

n =1
(n) = - tan -1 e = tan -1
2 e
71. Ans. (2)
Obviously area is min. at q = 45
p/ 2
x 2 cos x 80. Ans. (4)


2x sin x +
2 sin x
dx

0

I n +1 =
1
(
x n ( x + 1) - x n - 1 - 2 )
( x + 1)
p/2
d 2
(
x sin x dx = p )
2


0
dx 4
0

1
72. Ans. (3) I n +1 = - I n - 2 log 2
n +1
1 < (x).
(x 2
+1 ) < 10 1
x I10 + I11 + 2 log 2 =
11
x 10x 81. Ans. (3)
< (x) < 2 lim ( x ) = 0
x +12
x +1 x

(Sandwich Th.) (x) = ( x + 4 )(1 - x ) + log1/ 2 x


73. Ans. (1) Q '' is decreasing
1/ 2 minimum value is (1) = 0.
(
Area = 2 1 - cos px + x dx
2
) 82. Ans. (4)
0
r
13 2 r = ( -2, -1, -2 ) + l (1, -2,1)
= - r
12 p r = ( -1, 0, -1) + k ( 2,1,1)

74. Ans. (1)


( i + j + k ) . ( i - 2j + k ) ( 2i + j + k ) = 3
(6 5 5
) {
-5 - 5 -4 5 5
} S.D =
( i - 2j + k ) ( 2i + j + k ) 35
5 5
= 6 2.5 + 4

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83. Ans. (1) 86. Ans. (4)
Let parabola be y2 = 4ax
P (x1 2cos60, 2sin60)

(
x1 - 1, 3 ) P
x=1

2a 2a 120
gramphically option 4 is correct.
y' (at P ) = = 87. Ans. (1)
y 3 (x1,0)
Option (1) is correct.
2a 3 88. Ans. (3)
= -1
3 -1

1 1 lim
(
e ex2 .e x 2 .2x.x - e ex2 - e
)
a= , L.R. = 4 = 2 x 0
x2
2 2
84. Ans. (3)

( )
2
ex
x2 2 e -e
(x) x
(t ) lim 2e e .e x -
=1+ dt x 0
x2
1 + x2 0
1 + t2

(1 + x ) . ' ( x ) - ( x )( 2x ) = ( x )
2
= 2e - lim
(
e ee
x2
-1
-1 )
2
x0 x
(1 + x ) 2
2
(1 + x ) 2
= 2e e = e
89. Ans. (1)
(1 + x2)'(x) 2x.(x) = (1 + x2)(x) rr rr rr 3
a.b + b.c - a.c =
(1 + x2).(x) = (x)(1 + x)2 2
rr rr rr 3 rr
'(x) a.b + b.c + c.a = + 2.c.a
2x 2
( x ) dx = 1 + 1 + x 2

dx
3
= + 2 cos120 = 1
2
ln(x) = x + ln(1 + x2) + c1
90. Ans. (4)
x8 + 3
(x) =k
= c.e x at x = 0, (0) = 1 x2
(1 + x ) 2

x8 + 3 3
min 2 = min x 6 + 2
c = 1, (1) = 2e x x
85. Ans. (3) A.M. > G.M.
(sinq 1)1/3 + (sinq + 1)1/3 = (sinq)1/3 1 1 1
2 1/3 1/3
x6 + 2
+ 2+ 2
2sinq + 3( cos q) (sinq) = sinq x x x 1
2 1/3 1/3 4
3(cos q) .(sinq) = sinq
1/3 2 1/3 k=4
(sinq) (3(cos q) + (sinq)2/3) = 0
sinq = 0 5 roots for q [0,4p]

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