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PAPER-1
Physics : Q. 1 to Q. 50
Chemistry : Q. 51 to Q. 100
Mathematics : Q. 101 to Q. 150

PHYSICS / ^m¡{VH$emñÌ
001. A small bead of mass M slides on a 001. EH$ M Ðì`‘mZ H$m N>moQ>m ‘ZH$m EH$
smooth wire that is bent in a circle of {MH$Zo Vma na {’$gbVm h¡& `hm± Vma EH$
radius R. It is released at the top of R {ÌÁ`m Ho$ d¥Îm Ho$ ^mJ Ho$ ê$n ‘| ‘w‹S>m
the circular part of the wire (point A hþAm h¡& ‘ZHo$ H$mo d¥{Îm` ^mJ Ho$ {eIa
in the figure) with a negligibly small
velocity. Find the height H where the
({MÌ ‘| q~Xþ A­) go ZJÊ` doJ go ‘wº$
bead will reverse direction. {H$`m OmVm h¡& dh D±$MmB© H kmV H$amo
Ohm± ‘ZH$m AnZr {Xem nbQ>Vm h¡&

3R 5R 3R 5R
(A) (B) (A) (B)
2 2 2 2
(C) R (D) 2R (C) R (D) 2R
002. Two persons A and B start from the same 002. Xmo ì`{º$ A
­ VWm B EH$ hr OJh go EH$
location and walked around a square in
opposite directions with constant speeds. dJ© na {dnarV {XemAm| ‘| AMa Mmbmo§ go
The square has side 60m. Speeds of A MbZm àmaå^ H$aVo h¢& dJ© H$s ^wOm 60m
and B are 4m/s and 2m/s respectively. h¡, A VWm B H$s Mmb| H«$‘e… 4m/s VWm
When will they meet first time? 2m/s h¡& do nhbr ~ma H$~ {‘b|Jo ?
(A) 10 sec (B) 20 sec (A) 10 sec (B) 20 sec
(C) 30 sec (D) 40 sec (C) 30 sec (D) 40 sec

1-AA ] [ 2 ] [ Contd...
003. A tire of radius R rolls on a flat surface 003. EH$ R {ÌÁ`m H$m n{h`m g‘Vb gVh na
with angular velocity ω and velocity ν H$moUr` doJ ω VWm doJ ν go {MÌmZwgma
as shown in the diagram. If ν  >  ωR, in
which direction does friction from the bw‹S>H$ ahm h¡& `{X ν  >  ωR Vmo Q>m`a Ûmam
tire act on the road ? g‹S>H$ na Kf©U {H$g {Xem ‘| bJoJm?

(A) Towards the left (A) ~m`t Va’$ (B) Xm`r Va’$
(B) Towards the right (C) ZrMo H$s Va’$ (D) D$na H$s Va’$
(C) Towards downwards
(D) Towards upwards
004. Consider one dimensional motion of 004. EH$ m Ðì`‘mZ Ho$ H$U H$s EH$ {d‘r`
a particle of mass m. It has potential J{V na {dMma H$s{OE & BgH$s pñW{VO
energy U = a + bx2 where a and D$Om© U = a + bx2 h¡ Ohm± a VWm b
b are positive constants. At origin YZmË‘H$ {Z`Vm§H$ h¢& ‘yb {~ÝXþ (x = 0)
(x = 0) it has initial velocity ν0. It na BgH$m àmapå^H$ doJ ν0 h¡ & `h gab
performs simple harmonic oscillations. Amd¥{V J{V H$aVm h¡ {OgH$s Amd¥{V {ZåZ
The frequency of the simple harmonic na {Z^©a H$aVr h¡
motion depends on (A) Ho$db b na
(A) b alone (B) Ho$db b VWm a na
(B) b and a alone (C) Ho$db b VWm m na
(C) b and m alone (D) Ho$db b, a VWm m na
(D) b, a and m alone
005.
The postulate on which the photoelectric 005. àH$me {dÚwV g‘rH$aU {ZåZ ‘| go {Og A{^J¥hrV
equation is derived is (H$ënZm) na ì`wËnÝZ H$s JB© h¡ dh h¡:
(A) electrons are restricted to orbits of (A) BboŠQ´moZ Ho$db CÝht H$jH$m| ‘| ah gH$Vo
h h
angular momentum n

where n h¢ {OZ‘| H$moUr` g§doJ n 2π hmo VWm
is an integer. n EH$ nyUmªH$ h¡&
(B) electrons are associated with wave (B) BboŠQ´moZ go g§~Õ Va§J H$s Va§JX¡Ü`©
h h
of wavelength λ = where p is λ= h¡ Ohm± p g§doJ h¡ &
p p
momentum.
(C) àH$me V^r CËnÞ hmoVm h¡ O~ BboŠQ´moZ
(C) light is emitted only when electrons
jump between orbits.
EH$ H$jH$ go Xÿgao ‘| Hy$XVm h¡ &
(D) àH$me H$m AdemofU D$Om© Ho$ ³dm§Q>m
(D) light is absorbed in quanta of
energy E = hυ E = hυ Ho$ ê$n ‘| hmoVm h¡&

006. A layer of oil with density 724 kg/m3 006. EH$ Vob H$s naV {OgH$m KZËd 724 kg/m3
floats on water of density 1000 kg/m3. h¡& `h 1000 kg/m3 KZËd dmbo Ob Ho$ D$na
A block floats at the oil-water interface V¡a ahr h¡& EH$ ãbm°H$ Vob-Ob AÝVg©Vh na
with 1/6 of its volume in oil and 5/6 {MÌmZwgma Bg àH$ma V¡a ahm h¡ {H$ BgH$m 1/6
of its volume in water, as shown in the Am`VZ Vob ‘| VWm 5/6 Am`VZ Ob ‘| h¡
figure. What is the density of the block? Vmo ãbm°H$ H$m KZËd Š`m hmoJm?

(A) 776 kg/m3 (B) 954 kg/m3 (A) 776 kg/m3 (B) 954 kg/m3
(C) 1024 kg/m3 (D) 1276 kg/m3 (C) 1024 kg/m3 (D) 1276 kg/m3

1-AA ] [ 3 ] [ PTO
007. A string fixed at both ends has a standing 007. EH$ añgr XmoZm| {gam| go O‹S>dV h¡ VWm EH$
wave mode for which the distances AàJm‘r Va§J {dYm ‘| H«$‘mJV {ZñnÝXm| Ho$
between adjacent nodes is 18cm. For ‘Ü` Xÿar 18cm h¡& AJbr H«$‘mJV AàJm‘r
the next consecutive standing wave Va§J {dYm ‘| H«$‘mJV {ZñnÝXm| Ho$ ‘Ü` Xÿar
mode distances between adjacent nodes 16cm h¡& añgr H$s Ý`yZV‘ bå~mB© hmoJr
is 16cm. The minimum possible length (A) 288 cm (B) 72 cm
of the string is (C) 144 cm (D) 204 cm
(A) 288 cm (B) 72 cm
(C) 144 cm (D) 204 cm
008. EH$ Vma H$m byn Omo {H$ 20cm2 H$m
008. A wire loop that encloses an area of joÌ’$b n[a~Õ H$aVm h¡ VWm BgH$m à{VamoY
20cm2 has a resistance of 10Ω. The 10Ω h¡& Bg byn H$mo 2.4T Ho$ Mwå~H$s`
loop is placed in a magnetic field of joÌ ‘| Bg àH$ma aIm OmVm h¡ {H$ BgH$m
2.4T with its plane perpendicular to the Vb Mwå~H$s` joÌ Ho$ bå~dV hmo& A~
field .The loop is suddenly removed byn H$mo Mwå~H$s` joÌ ‘| go EH$mEH$ hQ>m
from the field. How much charge flows {X`m OmVm h¡ Vmo Vma (byn)Ho$ {H$gr q~Xþ
past a given point in the wire? go {H$VZm Amdoe àdm{hV hmoVm h¡?
(A) 4.8 × 10– 4C (B) 2.4 × 10– 3C (A) 4.8 × 10– 4C (B) 2.4 × 10– 3C
(C) 1.2 × 10– 4C (D) 10– 1C (C) 1.2 × 10– 4C (D) 10– 1C
009. A right isosceles triangle of side a has 009. EH$ g‘H$moU `wº$ g‘{Û~mhþ {Ì^wO {OgH$s
charges q, + 3q and – q arranged on {MÌmZwgma ^wOm a h¡ VWm Bg na Amdoe
its vertices as shown in the figure . q, + 3q VWm – q BgHo$ erfm] na {MÌmZwgma
What is the electric potential at point ì`dpñWV h¡& Amdoe +q VWm – q H$mo OmoS>Zo
P midway between the line connecting
the + q and – q charges ? dmbr aoIm H$m ‘Ü` q~Xþ P h¡ Vmo q~Xþ
P na {dÚwV {d^d {H$VZm hmoJm?

q 3q
(A) (B) q 3q
πε0 a 2 2 πεo a (A) (B)
3q 3q πε0 a 2 2 πεo a
(C) (D) 3q 3q
πεo a 2 πεo a (C) (D)
πεo a 2 πεo a
010. Shown below is a graph of current
010. ZrMo {X`m J`m J«m’$ S>m`moS> Ho$ {bE Ymam
versus applied voltage for a diode.
Approximately what is the resistance
(current) VWm Amamo{nV dmoëQ>Vm (voltage)
of the diode for an applied voltage of
Ho$ ‘Ü` ~Zm`m J`m h¡& Amamo{nV dmoëQ>Vm
−1.5V Ho$ {bE S>m`moS> H$m à{VamoY bJ^J
−1.5V?
{H$VZm hmoJm?

(A) Zero (B) 1Ω (A) eyÝ` (B) 1Ω


(C) 2Ω (D) ∞ (C) 2Ω (D) ∞
1-AA ] [ 4 ] [ Contd...
011. A sound wave is generated by the howl 011. EH$ ^o{‹S>`o H$s VoO AmdmO Ûmam am{Ì ‘|
of a wolf in the night. How would we EH$ Üd{Z Va§J CËnÝZ H$s OmVr h¡ (`hm±
describe the motion of a particular air J¡g AUwAm| Ho$ `mÑpÀN>H$ ^«‘U H$s Cnojm
molecule near the ground, a mile away H$aVo hþE) ^o{‹S>`o go EH$ ‘rb Xÿa O‘rZ
from the wolf, on average (i.e. ignoring na pñWV EH$ hdm Ho$ H$U H$s J{V Am¡gV
the random wandering of gas molecules)? ê$n go {H$g àH$ma àX{e©V hmoJr ?
(A) It moves up and down in an (A) `h D$na ZrMo EH$ XmobZr ê$n ‘|
oscillating fashion J{V H$aoJm &
(B) It moves away from the wolf at (B) `h ^o{‹S>`o go Xÿa H$s Va’$ Üd{Z H$s
the speed of sound Mmb go J{V H$aoJm&
(C) It moves back and forth (oscillating) (C) `h ^o{S‹ >`o H$s Va’$ AmJo nrN>o (XmobZr)
towards the wolf J{V H$aoJm &
(D) It moves in the horizontal circle. (D) `h EH$ jo{VO d¥Îm ‘| J{V H$aVm h¡&

012. Which of the following Material has 012. {ZåZ ‘| go g~go H$‘ à{VamoYH$Vm dmbm
lowest resistivity ? nXmW© h¡
(A) Constantan (B) Silver (A) H$m|ñQ>oZZ (B) Mm§Xr
(C) Manganin (D) Copper (C) ‘|¾tZ (D) Vmå~m

013. An incompressible non viscous fluid 013. EH$ Ag§nrS>ç Aí`mZ Ðd EH$ ~obZmH$ma
flows steadily through a cylindrical nmBn ‘| go gVV ê$n go ~h ahm h¡& BgHo$
pipe which has radius 2R at point A ~hmd H$s {Xem Ho$ AZw{Xe q~Xþ A­ na
and radius R at point B farther along Ðd H$m doJ V h¡& q~Xþ ­A na nmB©n H$s
the flow direction. If the velocity of {ÌÁ`m 2R h¡ VWm Ðd àdmh H$s {Xem ‘|
the fluid at point A is V, its velocity XÿañW q~Xþ B na nmB©n H$s {ÌÁ`m R h¡
at the point B will be Vmo q~Xþ B na Ðd H$m doJ Š`m hmoJm?
(A) 2V (B) V (A) 2V (B) V
(C) V/2 (D) 4V (C) V/2 (D) 4V

014. In a room where the temperature is 014. EH$ H$‘ao H$m Vmn 30°C h¡ Bg‘| EH$
30°C a body cools from 61°C to 59°C dñVw H$mo 61°C go 59°C VH$ R>ÊS>r hmoZo
in 4 minutes. The time taken by the ‘| bJm g‘` 4 {‘ZQ> h¡ & dñVw H$mo
body to cool from 51°C to 49°C will 51°C go 49°C VH$ R>ÊS>r hmoZo ‘| bJm
be about g‘` bJ^J hmoJm
(A) 4 minutes (B) 6 minutes (A) 4 {‘ZQ> (B) 6 {‘ZQ>
(C) 5 minutes (D) 8 minutes (C) 5 {‘ZQ> (D) 8 {‘ZQ>

015. A student’s 9.0 V, 7.5W portable radio 015. EH$ N>mÌ H$m 9.0 V Ed§ 7.5W H$m EH$
was left on from 9:00 P.M. until 3:00 ao{S>`mo 9:00 P.M go 3:00 A.M. VH$ Mmby
A.M. How much charge passed through ahVm h¡ Vmo Vma Ûmam {H$VZm Amdoe àdm{hV
the wires? hþAm?
(A) 6000C (B) 12000C (A) 6000C (B) 12000C
(C) 18000C (D) 24000C (C) 18000C (D) 24000C

1-AA ] [ 5 ] [ PTO
016. A conducting wheel rim in which there 016. EH$ n{hE H$s MmbH$ n[a{Y na {MÌmZwgma
are three conducting rods of each of VrZ MmbH$ N>‹S>o EH$ g‘mZ Mwå~H$s` joÌ
length l is rotating with constant angular
B ‘| AMa H$moUr` doJ ω go KyU©Z H$a
velocity ω in a uniform magnetic field
B as shown in figure. The induced ahr h¡ & àË`oH$ N>S> H$s bå~mB© l h¡ &
potential difference between its centre n{h`o H$s n[a{Y d H|$Ð Ho$ ‘Ü` CËnÝZ
and rim will be ào[aV {d^dmÝVa hmoJm

Bωl 2 Bωl 2
(A) 0 (B) (A) 0 (B)
2 2
2 3 2 3
(C) Bωl (D) Bωl 2 (C) Bωl (D) Bωl 2
2 2

017. An imaginary, closed spherical surface 017. EH$ H$mën{ZH$ JmobmH$ma ~§X gVh S H$s
S of radius R is centered on the origin. {ÌÁ`m R h¡ {OgH$m H|$Ð ‘yb q~Xþ na h¡&
A positive charge +q is originally at nhbo EH$ YZmË‘H$ Amdoe +q ‘yb q~Xþ
the origin and electric flux through the na aIm hþAm Wm VWm gVh go nm[aV
surface is ΦE. Three additional charges {dÚwV âbŠg ΦE Wm& A~ VrZ A{V[aº$
are now added along the x axis: −3q Amdoe x Aj Ho$ AZw{Xe {ZåZ Vah go
R R
at x = −   , + 5q at x = and 4q at
2 2
aIo OmVo h¢ −3q Amdoe x = −   R2   na,
3R R
x= . The flux through S is now +5q Amdoe x = na VWm 4q Amdoe
2 2
(A) 3ΦE (B) 4ΦE na h¡& A~ gVh S go nm[aV âbŠg hmoJm
(A) 3ΦE (B) 4ΦE
(C) 6ΦE (D) 7ΦE
(C) 6ΦE (D) 7ΦE

018. An 1800 W toaster, a 1.3KW electric 018. EH$ 1800 W H$m Q>moñQ>a, EH$ 1.3KW
fan and a 100W lamp are plugged in H$m {dÚwV n§Im d EH$ 100W H$m ~ë~
the same 120V circuit i.e. all the three H$mo 120V Ho$ EH$ hr n[anW ‘| bJm`m
devices are in parallel. What is the OmVm h¡ AWm©V `o g^r VrZm| `w{º$`m±
approximate value of the total current g‘mÝVa H«$‘ h¢& n[anW go Hw$b àdm{hV
(i.e. sum of the current drawn by the Ymam (AWm©V VrZm| `w{º$`m| Ûmam br JB©
three devices) through circuit ? YmamAm| H$m `moJ) H$m ‘mZ bJ^J hmoJm?
(A) 18A (B) 27A (A) 18A (B) 27A
(C) 40A (D) 120A (C) 40A (D) 120A

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019. Four very long current carrying wires 019. Mma bå~o Ymamdmhr Vma EH$ hr Vb ‘|
in the same plane intersect to form a h¢ VWm EH$ dJ© H$s àË`oH$ ^wOm 40cm
square 40.0cm on each side as shown ~ZmVo hþE {MÌmZwgma à{VÀN>oX H$aVo h¢&
in the figure. What is the magnitude dJ© Ho$ H|$Ð na Mwå~H$s` joÌ eyÝ` hmoZo
of current I so that the magnetic field Ho$ {bE Ymam I H$m n[a‘mU {H$VZm hmoZm
at the centre of the square is zero?
Mm{hE?

(A) 2A (B) 18A (A) 2A (B) 18A


(C) 22A (D) 38A (C) 22A (D) 38A

020. If the current in the toroidal solenoid 020. EH$ Q>moamoBS>Zw‘m n[aZm{bH$m ‘| Ymam EH$
increases uniformly from zero to 6.0A g‘mZ ê$n go eyÝ` go 6.0A VH$ 3.0μs
in 3.0μs. Self inductance of the toroidal ‘| ~‹T>Vr h¡& Q>moamoBS>Zw‘m n[aZm{bH$m H$m
solenoid is 40μH. The magnitude of self ñdàoaH$Ëd 40μH h¡& ñd ào[aV {dÚwV dmhH$
induced emf is ~b H$m n[a‘mU h¡
(A) 24V (B) 48V (A) 24V (B) 48V
(C) 80V (D) 160V (C) 80V (D) 160V

021. An electron is at ground state of the 021. EH$ H na‘mUw Ho$ ‘yb ñVa ‘| EH$ BboŠQ´mZ
H atom. Minimum energy required to h¡& H na‘mUw H$mo {ÛVr` CÎmo{OV AdñWm
excite the H atom into second excited ‘| CÎmo{OV H$aZo Ho$ {bE Ý`yZV‘ {H$VZr
state is D$Om© H$s Amdí`H$Vm hmoJr ?
(A) 10.2eV (B) 3.4eV (A) 10.2eV (B) 3.4eV
(C) 13.6eV (D) 12.1eV (C) 13.6eV (D) 12.1eV

022. A particle enters uniform constant 022. EH$ H$U EH$ g‘mZ Mwå~H$s` joÌ ‘|
magnetic field region with its initial Mwå~H$s` joÌ H$s {Xem Ho$ AZw{Xe àmapå^H$
velocity parallel to the field direction. doJ go àdoe H$aVm h¡& BgHo$ doJ Ho$ ~mao
Which of the following statements ‘| H$m¡Zgm H$WZ gË` hmoJm? (AÝ` joÌm|
about its velocity is correct? (neglect Ho$ à^mdm| H$mo ZJÊ` ‘m{ZE)
the effects of other fields) (A) Ho$db n[a‘mU ‘| n[adV©Z hmoJm
(A) There is change only in magnitude (B) Ho$db {Xem ‘| n[adV©Z hmoJm
(B) There is change only in direction
(C) n[a‘mU d {Xem XmoZm| ‘| n[adV©Z
(C) There is change in both magnitude
and direction
hmoJm
(D) There is no change (D) H$moB© n[adV©Z Zht hmoJm

023. Magnetic susceptibility of diamagnetic 023. à{VMwå~H$s` nXmW© H$s Mwå~H$s` àd¥{V H$s
materials is of the order of (SI units) H$mo{Q> (SI BH$mB© ‘|) hmoJr
(A) +10 – 5 (B) –10 – 5 (A) +10 – 5 (B) –10 – 5
5
(C) +10  (D) +10 – 4 to +10 – 2 (C) +10 5 (D) +10 – 4 to +10 – 2

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024. Magnitude of binding energy of satellite 024. goQ>obmB©Q> H$s ~§YZ D$Om© H$m n[a‘mU E
is E and kinetic energy is K .The ratio h¡ VWm CgH$s J{VO D$Om© H$m ‘mZ K h¡
E/K is Vmo AZwnmV E/K hmoJm
(A) 1 (B) 1/2 (A) 1 (B) 1/2
(C) 2/1 (D) 1/4 (C) 2/1 (D) 1/4

025. Figure shows the total acceleration 025. {MÌ ‘| {ÌÁ`m R=1m Ho$ d¥Îm ‘| X{jUmdV©
a  =  32m/s2 of a moving particle moving Ky‘Vo hþE H$U H$m Hw$b ËdaU  a  =  32m/s2
clockwise in a circle of radius R=1m. h¡ Vmo H$U H$m A{^Ho$ÝÐr` ËdaU d H$U
What are the centripetal acceleration and H$s Mmb ν {XE JE jU na Š`m hmoJr?
speed v of the particle at given instant?

(A) 16m/s2, 16m/s


(A) 16m/s2, 16m/s (B) 16m/s2, 4m/s
2
(B) 16m/s , 4m/s (C) 16 3 m/s2, 4 3 m/s
(C) 16 3 m/s2, 4 3 m/s (D) 16 3 m/s2, 4m/s
(D) 16 3 m/s2, 4m/s

026. A force F  =  75N is applied on a block 026. EH$ ~b F  =  75N H$mo 5kg Ðì`‘mZ Ho$
of mass 5kg along the fixed smooth ãbm°H$ na {MÌmZwgma pñWa {MH$Zo ZV Vb
incline as shown in figure. Here Ho$ AZw{Xe bJm`m OmVm h¡& `hm± JwéËdr`
gravitational acceleration g  =  10m/s2. ËdaU g  =  10m/s2 h¡& ãbm°H$ H$m ËdaU hmoJm
The acceleration of the block is

m m
(A) 5 downwards the incline (A) 5 2 ZV Vb Ho$ AZw{Xe ZrMo H$s Amoa
s2 s
m m
(B) 5 2 upwards the incline (B) 5 2 ZV Vb Ho$ AZw{Xe D$na H$s Amoa
s s
m m
(C) 10 2 downwards the incline (C) 10 2 ZV Vb Ho$ AZw{Xe ZrMo H$s Amoa
s s
m m
(D) 10 2 upwards the incline (D) 10 2 ZV Vb Ho$ AZw{Xe D$na H$s Amoa
s s
027. A 3kg object has initial velocity 027. EH$ 3kg H$s dñVw H$m àmapå^H$ doJ
^6it - 2tjh m/s. The total work done on ^6i - 2tjh m/s h¡ & `{X dñVw H$m
t do J
the object if its velocity changes to ^8it + 4tjh m/s hmo OmVm h¡ V~ VH$ dñVw
^8it + 4tjh m/s is na {H$`m J`m Hw$b H$m`© hmoJm
(A) 60J (B) 120J (A) 60J (B) 120J
(C) 216J (D) 44J (C) 216J (D) 44J

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028. A heat engine absorbs 360J of energy 028. EH$ D$î‘m B§OZ àË`oH$ MH«$ ‘| 360J D$î‘m
by heat and performs 25J of work in H$m AdemofU H$aVm h¡ VWm 25J H$m`©
each cycle. The energy expelled to the àË`oH$ MH«$ ‘| H$aVm h¡& àË`oH$ MH«$ ‘|
cold reservoir in each cycle is R>ÝSo> hm¡O H$mo Xr JB© D$Om© hmoJr
(A) 360J (B) 385J (A) 360J (B) 385J
(C) 335J (D) 14.4J (C) 335J (D) 14.4J

029. Three nonconducting large parallel plates 029. {MÌmZwgma VrZ AMmbH$ ~‹S>r g‘mÝVa ßboQ>mo
have surface charge densities σ,−2σ and Ho$ n¥ð> Amdoe KZËd H«$‘e… σ,−2σ VWm
4σ respectively as shown in figure. The
electric field at the point P is 4σ h¡& q~Xþ P na {dÚwV joÌ h¡

3σ 3σ 3σ 3σ
(A) (B) (A) (B)
2ε0 ε0 2ε0 ε0
σ σ σ σ
(C) (D) (C) (D)
ε0 2ε0 ε0 2ε0
030. A battery of constant voltage is 030. EH$ AMa dmoëQ>Vm H$s ~¡Q>ar CnbãY h¡&
available. How to adjust a system of VrZ EH$g‘mZ g§Ym[aÌm| Ho$ {ZH$m` go Cƒ
three identical capacitors to get high pñWa {dÚwV D$Om©dmbr pñW{V àmá H$aZo Ho$
electrostatic energy with the given
{bE BÝh| H¡$go g§`mo{OV H$aZm Mm{hE
battery
(A) Xm| g‘mÝVa H«$‘ ‘| d EH$ loUr H«$‘
(A) Two parallel and one in series
(B) Three in series H$m g§`moOZ
(C) Three in parallel (B) VrZm| loUr H«$‘ ‘|
(D) Whatever may be combination, it (C) VrZm| g‘mÝVa H«$‘ ‘|
will always have same electrostatic (D) {H$gr ^r Vah H$m g§`moOZ hmo pñWa
energy
{dÚwV D$Om© h‘oem g‘mZ hmoJr
031. Five resistances are connected as shown 031. nm±M à{VamoY {MÌmZwgma Ow‹S>o h¢& q~Xþ A
in the figure. The equivalent resistance VWm q~Xþ C Ho$ ‘Ü` Vwë` à{VamoY hmoJm
between points A and C is

(A) 21.2 Ω (B) 30 Ω (A) 21.2 Ω (B) 30 Ω


20 20
(C) 44 Ω (D)  Ω (C) 44 Ω (D)  Ω
3 3

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032. The frequencies of X rays, Gamma rays 032. X {H$aUm|, Jm‘m {H$aUm| VWm Ñí` àH$me
and visible light waves rays are a, b Va§J {H$aUm| H$s Amd¥{V`m± H«$‘e… a, b
and c respectively, then VWm c h¢ V~
(A) a > b > c
(A) a > b > c (B) a > b, b < c (B) a > b, b < c
(C) a < b, b > c (D) a < b, b < c (C) a < b, b > c
(D) a < b, b < c
033. An equiconvex (biconvex) lens has
033. EH$ g‘ CÎmb b|g (C^`m|Îmb) H$s ’$moH$g
focus length f. It is cut into three parts Xÿar f h¡& BgH$mo {MÌmZwgma VrZ ^mJm| ‘|
as shown in the figure. What is the {d^m{OV {H$`m OmVm h¡ Vmo H$mQ>o JE ^mJ
focal length of Cut part I ? I H$s ’$moH$g bå~mB© Š`m hmoJr?

f
f (A) (B) 2f
2
(A) (B) 2f f
2 (C) 3f (D)
f 3
(C) 3f (D)
3

034. A cell has terminal voltage 2V in open 034. Iwbo n[anW ‘| EH$ gob H$s {gam| H$s
circuit and internal resistance of the dmoëQ>Vm 2V h¡ VWm {XE JE gob H$m
given cell is 2Ω. If 4A of current is Am§V[aH$ à{VamoY 2Ω h¡ & `{X 4A H$s
flowing between points P and Q in the Ymam q~XþAm| P VWm Q Ho$ ‘Ü` n[anW ‘|
circuit and then the potential difference ~h ahr h¡ {~ÝXþAm| P VWm Q Ho$ ‘Ü`
between P and Q is {d^dmÝVa h¡

(A) 30V (B) 26V (A) 30V (B) 26V

(C) 22V (D) 24V (C) 22V (D) 24V

035. A Proton and an alpha particle both are 035. EH$ àmoQ>moZ Ed§ EH$ Aë’$m H$U XmoZm| H$mo
accelerated through the same potential g‘mZ {d^dmÝVa Ûmam Ëd[aV {H$`m OmVm
difference. The ratio of corresponding h¡& CZH$s g§JV S>r ~«mo½br Va§JX¡Y`m} H$m
de-Broglie wavelengths is AZwnmV h¡
(A) 2 (B) 2 (A) 2 (B) 2
1 1
(C) 2 2 (D) (C) 2 2 (D)
2 2 2 2

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036. Two balls of mass m and 4m are 036. Xmo J|Xo {OZH$m Ðì`‘mZ m VWm 4m h¢
connected by a rod of length L. The BZH$mo L bå~mB© H$s N>‹S> Ûmam Omo‹S>m OmVm
mass of the rod is small and can be h¡& N>‹S> H$m Ðì`‘mZ ZJÊ` h¡ VWm J|Xm|
treated as zero. The size of the balls can H$m AmH$ma ^r ZJÊ` h¡& h‘ `h ^r ‘mZVo
also can be neglected. We also assume h¢ {H$ N>‹S> H$m Ho$ÝÐ H$sb{H$V {H$`m OmVm
the centre of the rod is hinged, but the h¡ naÝVw N>‹S> D$Üdm©Ya Vb ‘| {~Zm Kf©U
rod can rotate about its centre in the Ho$ BgHo$ Ho$ÝÐ Ho$ gmnoj Ky{U©V hmo gH$Vr
vertical plane without friction. What is h¡& O~ N>‹S> H$m D$Üdm©Ya aoIm Ho$ gmW
the gravity induced angular acceleration {MÌmZwgma H$moU θ hmo Vmo Cg g‘` JwéËd
of the rod when the angle between the O{ZV N>‹S> H$m H$moUr` ËdaU Š`m hmoJm?
rod and the vertical line is θ as shown.

6g g 6g g
(A) sinθ (B) sinθ (A) sinθ (B) sinθ
5L 3L 5L 3L
5g g 5g g
(C) sinθ (D) cosθ (C) sinθ (D) cosθ
6L 6L 6L 6L

037. A projectile is projected with an initial 037. EH$ àjoß` H$mo àmapå^H$ doJ  ^4it + 5tjhm/s
velocity ^4it + 5tjh m/s. Here tj is the Ho$ gmW àjo{nV {H$`m OmVm h¡& `hm± tj
unit vector directed vertically upwards BH$mB© g{Xe D$Üdm©Ya D$na H$s Amoa h¡
and unit vector it is in the horizontal VWm it BH$mB© g{Xe jo{VO {Xem ‘| h¡&
direction .Velocity of the projectile (in àjoß` H$s O‘rZ go Q>³H$a go R>rH$ nyd©
m/s) just before it hits the ground is CgH$m doJ (‘r./go.) hmoJm
(A) 4it + 5tj (B) - 4it + 5tj (A) 4it + 5tj (B) - 4it + 5tj
(C) 4it - 5tj (D) - 4it - 5tj (C) 4it - 5tj (D) - 4it - 5tj

038. What is the approximate percentage 038. EH$ gab bmobH$ Ho$ AmdV©H$mb Ho$ ‘mnZ
error in the measurement of time period ‘| bJ^J à{VeV Ìw{Q> {H$VZr hmoJr `{X
of a simple pendulum if maximum bå~mB© l VWm JwéËdr` ËdaU g ‘mnZ ‘|
errors in the measurement of length l
A{YH$V‘ Ìw{Q> H«$‘e… 3% VWm 7% h¡
and gravitational acceleration g are 3%
(A) 2 %
and 7% respectively ?
(B) 3 %
(A) 2 % (B) 3 %
(C) 5 %
(C) 5 % (D) 10 %
(D) 10 %

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039. A gas undergoes the cyclic process 039. EH$ J¡g EH$ MH«$s` àH«$‘ ‘| {MÌmZwgma
shown in figure .The cycle is repeated AZwgaU H$aVr h¡ & Bg MH«$ H$s à{V
100 times per minute. The power {‘ZQ> 100 ~ma nwZamd¥{Îm H$s OmVr h¡ &
generated is
CËnÝZ e{º$ hmoJr

(A) 60W (B) 120W


(A) 60W (B) 120W
(C) 240W (D) 100W
(C) 240W (D) 100W

040. Three charges lie on the frictionless 040. VrZ Amdoe EH$ Kf©Ua{hV j¡{VO gVh na
horizontal surface at the vertices of EH$ g‘~mhþ {Ì^wO Ho$ erfm} na {MÌmZwgma
equilateral triangle as shown in figure. h¢& BZ‘| go Xmo Amdoe X VWm Y O‹S>dV
Two charges X and Y are fixed whereas (fixed) h¢ VWm Vrgam Amdoe Z ‘wº$ {H$`m
third charge Z is released. Which path OmVm h¡ Vmo ‘wº$ H$aZo Ho$ Cnam§V Amdoe Z
will charge Z take upon release ? Ûmam H$m¡Zgm nW (path) AnZm`m OmVm h¡?

(A) Path – I (B) Path – II (A) nW – I (B) nW – II

(C) Path – III (D) Path – IV (C) nW – III (D) nW – IV

041. There are two waves having wavelengths 041. Xmo Va§J| {OZH$s Va§JX¡Ü`© 100cm VWm
100cm and 101cm and same velocity 101cm h¡ VWm g‘mZ doJ 303m/s h¡&
303m/s. The beat frequency is {dñn§X Amd¥{V hmoJr
(A) 3Hz (B) 2Hz (A) 3Hz (B) 2Hz
(C) 4Hz (D) 1Hz (C) 4Hz (D) 1Hz

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042. Two polaroids A and B are placed with 042. Xmo nmobamoBS> (Y«wdH$) A VWm B EH$ Xÿgao
their polaroid axes 30° to each other as go {MÌmZwgma Bg àH$ma aIr OmVr h¡ {H$
shown in the figure. A plane polarized CZH$s nmobamoBS> Ajm| Ho$ ‘Ü` H$moU 30°
light passes through the polaroid A and h¡ nmobamoBS> A go JwOaZo Ho$ nümV g‘Vb
after passing through it, intensity of Y«w{dV àH$me H$s Vrd«Vm I0 hmo OmVr h¡
light becomes I0.What is the intensity nmobamoBS> B go JwOaZo Ho$ nümV A§{V‘ ê$n
of finally transmitted light after passing go nmaJ{‘V àH$me H$s Vrd«Vm Š`m hmoJr?
through the polaroid B ?

(A) 0.25I0 (B) 0.5I0


(A) 0.25I0 (B) 0.5I0
(C) 0.75I0 (D) 0.866I0
(C) 0.75I0 (D) 0.866I0

043. Laser light has following property 043. boOa àH$me {ZåZ JwU aIVm h¡
(A) laser light is white light (A) boOa àH$me œoV hmoVm h¡
(B) laser light is highly coherent (B) boOa àH$me AË`{YH$ H$bmgå~Õ hmoVm h¡
(C) laser light always lies in X-rays (C) boOa àH$me h‘oem EŠg {H$aU joÌ
region ‘| hmoVm h¡
(D) laser light does not have directionality (D) boOa àH$me ‘| {XemË‘H$ JwU Zht
property
hmoVm h¡
044. A particle is moving in translatory 044. EH$ H$U ñWmZmÝVaU J{V H$a ahm h¡ &
motion. If momentum of the particle `{X H$U H$m g§doJ 10% KQ>Vm h¡ Vmo
decreases by 10%, kinetic energy will
BgH$s J{VO D$Om© KQ>oJr
decrease by
(A) 20% (B) 19%
(A) 20% (B) 19%
(C) 10% (D) 5% (C) 10% (D) 5%

045. Which of the statement is incorrect 045. gmYmaU(gab) gyú‘Xeu Ho$ ~mao ‘| H$m¡Zgm
about the simple microscope? H$WZ AgË` h¡ ?
(A) Magnification of microscope is (A) gyú‘Xeu H$m AmdY©Z {d^oÚ  (ñnï>)
inversely proportional to the least Ñ{ï> Ho$ Ý`yZV‘ ‘mZ Ho$ ì`wËH«$‘mZwnmVr
distance of distinct vision.
hmoVr h¡
(B) A convex lens of microscope with
(B) gyú‘Xeu Ho$ H$‘ ’$moH$g Xÿar Ho$ CÎmb
shorter focal length yields higher
magnification. b|g go A{YH$ AmdY©Z àmá hmoVm h¡
(C) Biology students use to see the (C) Ord {dkmZ Ho$ {dÚmWu ñbmBS> H$mo
slides. XoIZo ‘| H$m‘ ‘| boVo h¢&
(D) It is not used for magnification (D) àojH$ go Xÿa pñWV dñVw Ho$ AmdY©Z
of an object at far away from the Ho$ {bE `h Cn`moJ ‘| Zht AmVm h¡
observer.

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046. Surface tension of the liquid is S. 046. EH$ Ðd H$m n¥ð> VZmd S h¡& {H$gr {XE
Work done in increasing the radius of JE Vmn na EH$ gm~wZ Ho$ ~wb~wbo H$mo
soap bubble from R to 3R at given {ÌÁ`m R go 3R H$aZo ‘| {H$`m J`m H$m`©
temperature will be hmoJm
(A) 8πSR2 (B) 16πSR2 (A) 8πSR2 (B) 16πSR2
18πSR 2 18πSR 2
(C) 64πSR2 (D) (C) 64πSR2 (D)
3 3

047. Suppose you drive to Delhi (200 km 047. `h ‘m{ZE {H$ AmnH$mo 200 km Xÿa {X„r
away) at 400 km/hr and return at 200 H$mo 400 km/hr go OmZm h¡ VWm 200
km/hr. What is yours average speed for km/hr go bm¡Q>Zm h¡& AmnHo$ Bg Xm¡ao H$s
the entire trip? Am¡gV Mmb Š`m hmoJr?
(A) Zero (A) eyÝ`
(B) 300 Km/hr (B) 300 Km/hr
(C) Less than 300 km/hr (C) 300 Km/hr go H$‘
(D) More than 300 km/hr (D) 300 Km/hr go A{YH$

048. A system undergoes a reversible adiabatic 048. EH$ {ZH$m` EH$ CËH«$‘Ur` éÕmoî‘ àH«$‘ go
process. The entropy of the system JwOaVm h¡ & {ZH$m` H$s E§Q´monr (entropy)
(A) increases (A) ~‹T>oJr
(B) decreases (B) KQ>oJr
(C) remains constant (C) AMa ahVr h¡
(D) may increase or may decrease (D) ~‹T> `m KQ> gH$Vr h¡
049. For the combination of gates shown 049. ZrMo {XE JE VH©$ Ûmam| Ho$ g§`moOZ Ho$
here, which of the following truth table {bE {ZåZ gË` gmaUr H$m H$m¡Zgm ^mJ
part is not true gË` Zht h¡

(A) A = 1, B  = 1, C = 1 (A) A = 1, B  = 1, C = 1


(B) A = 1, B  = 0, C = 1
(B) A = 1, B  = 0, C = 1
(C) A = 0, B  = 1, C = 1
(C) A = 0, B  = 1, C = 1
(D) A = 0, B  = 0, C = 0
(D) A = 0, B  = 0, C = 0

050. A narrow white light beam fails to 050. EH$ œoV àH$me g§H$sU© {H$aU EH$ A{^gmar
converge at a point after going through a b|g go JwOaZo Ho$ nümV EH$ hr q~Xþ na
converging lens. This defect is known as A{^gm[aV hmoZo ‘| Ag’$b hmoVr h¡ `h
(A) polarization Xmof {ZåZ H$hbmVm h¡
(B) spherical aberration (A) Y«wdU
(C) chromatic aberration (B) Jmobr` {dnWZ
(C) dUu` {dnWZ
(D) diffraction
(D) {ddV©Z

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CHEMISTRY /agm¶ZemñÌ
051. The one electron species having 051. EH$ BboŠQ´moZ ñnrerO {OgHo$ Am`ZZ D$Om©
ionization energy of 54.4 eVs 54.4 BboŠQ´moZ dmoëQ> h¡ -
(A) Be+2 (B) Be+3 (A) Be+2 (B) Be+3
(C) He+ (D) H (C) He+ (D) H

052. Which of the following set of quantum 052. {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgo ³dm§Q>‘ g§»`mAmo H$m
numbers represents the highest energy g‘yh na‘mUw H$s CƒV‘ D$Om© H$mo {Zé{nV
of an atom ? H$aVm h¡
1 1
(A) n = 3, l = 0, m = 4, s = + (A) n = 3, l = 0, m = 4, s = +
2 2
1 1
(B) n = 3, l = 1, m = 1, s = + (B) n = 3, l = 1, m = 1, s = +
2 2
1
1 (C) n = 3, l = 2, m = 1, s = +
(C) n = 3, l = 2, m = 1, s = + 2
2
1
1 (D) n = 4, l = 0, m = 0, s = -
(D) n = 4, l = 0, m = 0, s = - 2
2
053. In OF2,  oxygen has hybridization of 053. OF2 ‘| Am°ŠgrOZ H$m g§H$aU h¡
(A) sp 2
(B) sp (A) sp (B) sp2
(C) sp3 (D) None of the options
(C) sp3 (D) BZ‘| go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht
3- 2- 3- 2- 2-
A m o n g s t NO3 , AsO3 , CO3 ,
-
054. NO3 , AsO3 , CO3 , ClO3 , SO3
- -
054. Am¡a
2- 3-
ClO3 , SO3 and BO3 the non-planar
- 3-
BO3 ‘| go Ag‘Vb ñnrerO h¡
species are
2- 2-
(A) CO3 , SO3 VWm BO3
3-
2- 2- 3-
(A) CO3 , SO3 and BO3
3- 2-
(B) AsO3 , CO3 VWm SO3
2-
3- 2- 2-
(B) AsO3 , CO3 and SO3 - 2- 3-
- 2- 3- (C) NO3 , CO3 VWm BO3
(C) NO3 , CO3 and BO3 2- - 3-
2- - 3- (D) SO3 , ClO3 VWm BO3
(D) SO3 , ClO3 and BO3
055. The Lewis acidity of BF3 is less than 055. BF3 H$s bwB©g Aåbr`Vm BCl3 go H$‘ h¡
BCl 3 even though fluorine is more O~{H$ âbmo[aZ H$s {dÚwV F$UVm ŠbmoarZ
electronegative than chlorine. It is due to go A{YH$ h¡ & BgH$m H$maU h¡ -
(A) stronger 2p(B)–2p (F) σ - bonding (A) à~b 2p(B)–2p (F) σ - ~ÝYZ
(B) stronger 2p(B)–2p(F) π - bonding (B) à~b 2p(B)–2p(F) π - ~ÝYZ
(C) stronger 1p(B)–3p (Cl) σ - bonding (C) à~b 1p(B)–3p (Cl) σ - ~ÝYZ
(D) stronger 2p(B)-3p(Cl) π - bonding (D) à~b  2p(B)-3p(Cl) π - ~ÝYZ

056. The IUPAC name of the compound is: 056. `m¡{JH$ H$m AmB©.`y.nr.E.gr.Zm‘ h¡


(A) 2-methyl-6-oxohex-3-enamide (A) 2-‘o{Wb-6 Am°ŠgmohoŠg-3-BZm‘mBS>
(B) 6-keto-2-methyl hexamide (B) 6-H$sQ>mo-2-‘o{Wb hoŠgm‘mBS
(C) 2-carbamoylhexanal (C) 2-H$m~m}‘mo`bhoŠgoZob
(D) 2-carbamoylhex-3-enal (D) 2-H$m~m}‘mo`bhoŠg-3-BZob

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057. The IUPAC name of 057. {ZåZ H$m AmB©.`y.nr.E.gr. Zm‘ h¡

is is

(A) 1-Bromo-2-chloro-3-fluoro-6-iodo (A) 1-~«mo‘mo-2-Šbmoamo-3-âbmoamo-6-Am`S>mo


benzene ~oÝOrZ
(B) 2-Bromo-1-chloro-5-fluoro-3-iodo (B) 2-~«mo‘mo-1-Šbmoamo-5-âbmoamo-3-Am`S>mo
benzene ~oÝOrZ
(C) 4-Bromo-2-chloro-5-iodo-1-fluoro (C) 4-~«mo‘mo-2-Šbmoamo-5-Am`S>mo -1-âbmoamo
benzene ~oÝOrZ
(D) 2-carbamoylhex-3-enal (D) 2-H$m~m}‘mo`bhoŠg -3-BZob

058. Which of the following compounds 058. {ZåZ `m¡{JH$m| ‘| go {H$g‘o H$‘ go H$‘
contain at least one secondary alcohol? EH$ {ÛVr` EëH$mohb h¡?


(A) (i), (ii), (iv), (vi) (A) (i), (ii), (iv), (vi)
(B) (i), (ii), (iii) (B) (i), (ii), (iii)
(C) (i), (ii), (iii), (v) (C) (i), (ii), (iii), (v)
(D) (i), (iii), (v) (D) (i), (iii), (v)

059 Transition state 2 (T.S.2) is structurally 059 g§aMZmË‘H$ ê$n go g§H«$‘U AdñWm 2 (T.S.2)
most likely as: A{YH$ g‘mZ h¡

(A) intermediate 1 (A) ‘Ü`dVu 1 (intermediate 1)


(B) transition state 3(T.S.3) (B) g§H«$‘U AdñWm 3 (T.S.3)
(C) intermediate 2 (C) ‘Ü`dVu 2 (intermediate 2)
(D) product (D) CËnmX (product)
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060. The decreasing order of electron affinity 060. BboŠQ´moZ AmË‘r`Vm (~§YwVm) H$m KQ>Vm hþAm
is: H«$‘ h¡-
(A) F > Cl > Br > I (A) F > Cl > Br > I
(B) Cl > F > Br > I (B) Cl > F > Br > I
(C) I > Br > Cl > F (C) I > Br > Cl > F
(D) Br > Cl > F > I (D) Br > Cl > F > I
061. The isomerism exhibited by following 061. AYmo{bpIV `m¡{JH$m| [Co(NH3)6][Cr(CN)6]
compounds [Co(NH3)6][Cr(CN)6] and VWm [Cr(NH3)6][Cr(CN)6] Ûmam g‘md`Vm
[Cr(NH3)6][Cr(CN)6] is àX{e©V hmo ahr h¡ -
(A) Linkage isomerism (A) ~ÝYZr g‘md`Vm
(B) Coordination isomerism (B) Cnghg§`moOZ g‘md`Vm
(C) Ionization isomerization (C) Am`ZZ g‘md`Vm
(D) Polymerisation isomerism (D) ~hþbH$sH$aU g‘md`Vm

062. For the reaction 062. A{^{H«$`m 2SO 2 + O 2 (excess) " 2SO3 Ho$
2SO 2 + O 2 (excess) " 2SO3 the order of
{bE O2 Ho$ gÝX^© (gmnoj ) ‘| A{^{H«$`m H$s
reaction with respect to O2 is
(A) zero (B) one
H$mo{Q> h¡
(A) eyÝ` (B) EH$
(C) two (D) three
(C) Xmo (D) VrZ
063. Friedel – Craft reaction is not related 063. ’«$sSo>b-H«$mâQ> A{^{H«$`m {ZåZ{bpIV ‘| go
with: gå~§{YV Zht h¡
(A) Sulphonation (B) Nitration (A) gë’$mo{ZH$aU (B) ZmBQ´rH$aU
(C) Acylation (D) Reduction (C) E{g{bH$aU (D) AnM`Z

064. Compound has the 064. `m¡{JH$ Ho$ {bE CngJ© h¡


following prefix
(A) E (B) Z (A) E (B) Z
(C) Q´m§g (D) EÝQ>r
(C) trans (D) Anti

065. The molecule C3O2 has a linear structure. 065. AUw C3O2 H$s g§aMZm a¡pIH$ h¡ & Bg `m¡{JH$ ‘|
This compound has (A) 4 σ VWm 4 π  Am~ÝY
(A) 4 σ and 4 π bonds (B) 3 σ VWm 2 π Am~ÝY
(B) 3 σ and 2 π bonds
(C) 2 σ VWm 3 π Am~ÝY
(C) 2 σ and 3 π bonds
(D) 3 σ and 4 π bonds (D) 3 σ VWm 4 π Am~ÝY

066. The structure of XeF2 and NH3 066. XeF2 VWm NH3 H$s g§aMZmE± h¢ H«$‘e…
respectively are (A) ~§{H$V, MVwî’$bH$s`
(A) bent, tetrahedral
(B) a¡pIH$, {nar{‘{S>`
(B) linear, pyramidal
(C) linear, see-saw (C) a¡pIH$, T>ÝHw$br (gr gm°)
(D) bent, see-saw (D) ~§{H$V T>ÝHw$br (gr gm°)

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067. The number of lone pair(s) of electrons 067. 6 BrF4 @ , XeF6 VWm 6SbCl6 @3- Ho$ Ho$ÝÐr`
-

on the central atom in 6 BrF4 @ , XeF6 and


-
na‘mUw na EH$mH$s BboŠQ´moZ `w½‘m| H$s g§»`m h¡
6SbCl6 @3- are, respectively. H«$‘e…
(A) 2,0 and 1 (B) 1, 0 and 0 (A) 2,0 VWm 1 (B) 1, 0 VWm 0
(C) 2,1 and 1 (D) 2,1 and 0 (C) 2,1 VWm 1 (D) 2,1 VWm 0
068. Which one is not the property of crystalline 068. H$m¡Zgm EH$ {H«$ñQ>br` R>mogm| H$m JwU Zht h¡ ?
soild ? (A) g‘X¡{eH$
(A) isotropic (B) VrúU JbZm§H$ {~ÝXþ
(B) Sharp melting point
(C) A definite and regular geometry (C) {Z{üV Ed§ {Z`{‘V Á`m{‘Vr`
(D) High intermolecular forces (D) Cƒ AÝVampÊdH$ ~b

069. For a non-volatile solute: 069. EH$ Admînerb {dbo` Ho$ {bE
(A) vapour pressure of solute is zero (A) {dbo` H$m dmînXm~ eyÝ` hmoVm h¡
(B) vapour pressure of solvent is zero (B) {dbm`H$ H$m dmînXm~ eyÝ` hmoVm h¡
(C) vapour pressure of solution is more (C) {db`Z H$m dmînXm~ {dbm`H$ Ho$ dmînXm~
than vapour pressure of solvent go A{YH$ hmoVm h¡
(D) all of the options (D) {X¶o JE g^r {dH$ën ghr h¡
070. Micelles are: 070. {‘gob h¡
(A) gel (A) Oob
(B) associated colloids (B) ghMmar H$mobmBS>
(C) adsorbed catalyst (C) A{Yemo{fV CËàoaH$
(D) ideal solution (D) AmXe© {db`Z

071. Milk is an emulsion in which: 071. XÿY EH$ nm`g h¡ {Og‘|


(A) Milk fat is dispersed in water (A) XÿY dgm H$m Ob ‘| n[ajonU ahVm h¡
(B) a solid is dispersed in water (B) EH$ R>mog H$m Ob ‘| n[ajonU ahVm h¡
(C) a gas is dispersed in water (C) EH$ J¡g H$m Ob ‘| n[ajonU ahVm h¡
(D) lactose is dispersed in water (D) boŠQ>mog H$m Ob ‘| n[ajonU ahVm h¡

072. If enthalpies of formation for C2H4(g), 072. `{X C2H4(g), CO2(g) Am¡a H2O(l) Ho$ {bE
CO2(g) and H2O(l) at 25º C and 1 atm 25º C EH$ dm`w‘§S>br` Xm~ na {daMZ H$s
pressure be 52, –394 and –286 kJ mol–1 EÝWoënr H«$‘e… 52, –394 Am¡a –286 {H$bmo
respectively, enthalpy of combustion of Oyb ‘mob–1 h¡, C2H4 (g) Ho$ XhZ H$s EÝWoënr
C2H4 (g) will be hmoJr-
(A) +141.2 kJ mol–1 (B) +1412 kJ mol–1 (A) +141.2 kJ mol–1 (B) +1412 kJ mol–1
(C) –141.2 kJ mol–1 (D) –1412 kJ mol–1 (C) –141.2 kJ mol–1 (D) –1412 kJ mol–1
073. Which graph shows zero activation 073. A{^{H«$`m (reaction) Ho$ {bE H$m¡Zgm J«m’$
energy for reaction ? eyÝ` g{H«$`U D$Om© Xem©Vm h¡ ?

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

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074. Which of the following is correct for a 074. àW‘ H$mo{Q> H$s A{^{H«$`m Ho$ {bE {ZåZ ‘| go
first order reaction ? H$m¡Zgm ghr h¡ ?
1 1
(A) t1/2 \ a (B) t1/2 \ (A) t1/2 \ a (B) t1/2 \
a a
0 2 0 2
(C) t1/2 \ a (D) t1/2 \ a (C) t1/2 \ a (D) t1/2 \ a

075. 8.50gm of NH3 is present in 250 ml 075. 250 ml ‘| 8.50 J«m‘ A‘mo{Z`m CnpñWV h¡ &
volume. Its active mass is: BgH$m g{H«$` Ðì`‘mZ h¡ -
(A) 1.0 ML–1 (B) 0.5 ML–1 (A) 1.0 ML–1 (B) 0.5 ML–1
(C) 1.5 ML–1 (D) 2.0 ML–1 (C) 1.5 ML–1 (D) 2.0 ML–1

076.
The equilibrium constants of the reaction 076. A{^{H«$`m
1 1
SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g) ? SO3 (g) SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g) ? SO3 (g) Am¡a
2 2
and 2SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g) ? 2SO3 (g) are K1 2SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g) ? 2SO3 (g) Ho$ amgm`{ZH$
and K2 respectively. The relationship gmå` pñWam§H$ H«$‘e… K1 Ed§ K2 h¡, K1 Am¡a K2
between K1 and K2 will be: ‘| gå~ÝY hmoJm?
3 3
(A) K1 = K2 (B) K 2 = K1 (A) K1 = K2 (B) K 2 = K1
2
(C) K1 = K 2 (D) K 2 = K1 (C) K12 = K 2 (D) K 2 = K1

077. 077.

pair is known as `w½‘ H$hbmVm h¡


(A) erythro stereoisomers (A) E[aW«mo {Ì{d‘ g‘md`r
(B) threo stereoisomers (B) {W«`mo {Ì{d‘ g‘md`r
(C) structure isomers (C) g§aMZm g‘md`r
(D) geometrical isomers (D) Á`m{‘{V g‘md`r

078. Which defect in any crystal lowers its 078. {H$gr {H«$ñQ>b ‘| H$m¡Zgr Ìw{Q> BgHo$ KZËd H$mo
density? H$‘ H$aVr h¡
(A) F centre (B) Frenkel (A) F Ho$ÝÐ (B) ’«|$Ho$b
(C) Schottky (D) Interstitial (C) emoQ>H$s (D) A§VamH$mer
079. The half life period of a radio active 079. EH$ ao{S>`mo g{H«$` VËd H$s AY© Am`w 30 {XZ h¡
element is 30 days, after 90 days the 90 {XZ ~mX CgH$s {ZåZ ‘mÌm eof ahoJr -
following quantity will be left
1 1 1 1
(A) (B) (A) (B)
8 4 8 4
1 1 1 1
(C) (D) (C) (D)
2 6 2 6

080. What is the number of atoms in the unit 080. H$m` H|${ÐV KZr` {H«$ñQ>b H$s EH$H$ H$mo{ð>H$m ‘|
cell of body centered cubic crystal ? na‘mUwAmo§ H$s g§»`m Š`m hmoVr h¡ ?
(A) 4 (B) 2 (A) 4 (B) 2
(C) 1 (D) 3 (C) 1 (D) 3

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081. When Grignard reagent reacts with 081. O~ {J«Ý`ma A{^H$‘©H$ H$sQ>m|Z go A{^{H«$`m
ketone it yields H$aVm h¡ Vmo àmá hmoVm h¡ -
(A) 1o alcohol (B) 2o alcohol (A) 1° EëH$mohb (B) 2° EëH$mohb
(C) 3o alcohol (D) Ethanol
(C) 3° EëH$mohb (D) EWoZmob

082. Formula of Bleaching powder is: 082. ãbrqMJ nmCS>a H$m gyÌ h¡
(A) CCl3CHO (B) CaOCl2 (A) CCl3CHO (B) CaOCl2
(C) Ca(OH)2 (D) CHCl3 (C) Ca(OH)2 (D) CHCl3

083. The geometry around the central atom in 083. Cl F 4


+
‘| Ho$ÝÐr` na‘mUw Ho$ Mmamo Amoa Á`m{‘{V
+
Cl F 4 is h¡ -
(A) square planar (A) dJ© g‘Vbr`
(B) square pyramidal (B) dJ© {nam{‘S>r`
(C) octahedral (C) Aï>’$bH$s`
(D) trigonal bipyramidal (D) {ÌH$moUr` {Û {nam{‘S>r`
084. Among the following, the equilibrium 084. Xm~ ~‹T>mZo na {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm gmå` à^m{dV
which is NOT affected by an increase in Zht hmoVm h¡
pressure is
(A) 2SO3 (g) ? 2SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g)
(A) 2SO3 (g) ? 2SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g)
(B) H 2 (g) + I 2 (s) ? 2HI (g) (B) H 2 (g) + I 2 (s) ? 2HI (g)
(C) C (s) + H 2 O (g) ? CO (g) + H 2 (g) (C) C (s) + H 2 O (g) ? CO (g) + H 2 (g)
(D) 3Fe (s) + 4H 2 O (g) ? Fe3 O 4 (s) + 4H 2 (g) (D) 3Fe (s) + 4H 2 O (g) ? Fe3 O 4 (s) + 4H 2 (g)

085. In the manufacture of ammonia by 085. ho~a àH«$‘ Ho$ Ûmam A‘mo{Z`m Ho$ {Z‘m©U ‘|
Haber’s process N 2 (g) + 3H 2 (g) ? 2NH3 (g) + 92.3kJ
N 2 (g) + 3H 2 (g) ? 2NH3 (g) + 92.3kJ
{ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgr eV© à{VHy$b h¡ ?
Which of the following conditions is
(A) Vmn ~‹T>Zm
unfavourable ?
(B) Xm~ H$m ~‹T>Zm
(A) Increasing the temperature
(B) Increasing the pressure (C) Vmn H$m KQ>Zm
(C) Reducing the temperature (D) A‘mo{Z`m Ho$ {Z‘m©U Ho$ gmW BgH$m
(D) Removing ammonia as it is formed {ZH$bZm

086. Which of the following compounds can 086. {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm `m¡{JH$ Á`m{‘Vr` g‘md`Vm
exhibit both geometrical isomerism and VWm à{V{~å~ ê$nU (enantiomerism) XmoZm|
enantiomerism ? H$mo Xem©Vm h¡ ?
(A) CH3 - CH = CH - CH3 (A) CH3 - CH = CH - CH3
(B) (B)

(C) (C)

(D) CH3 - CHOH - COOH (D) CH3 - CHOH - COOH

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087. Which of the following reacts fastest with 087. gmÝÐ HCl Ho$ gmW {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm Vrd«V‘
conc. HCl ? ê$n go A{^{H«$`m H$aVm h¡
(A) (A)

(B) (B)
(C) (CH3)3COH (C) (CH3)3COH
(D) CH2 = CH–CH2OH (D) CH2 = CH–CH2OH

088. A polymer which is commonly used as a 088. ~hþbH$ Omo gm‘Ý`V`m nXmWm] H$s noqH$J ‘| H$m‘
packaging material is AmVm h¡
(A) Polythene (B) Polypropylene (A) nmobr{WZ (B) nmo{bàmonrbrZ
(C) PVC (D) Bakelite. (C) PVC (D) ~¡Ho$bmB©Q>

089. Which pair does not represent the cyclic 089. H$m¡Zgm `w½‘ C4H6 AUw gyÌ dmbo MH«$s` `m¡{JH$
compound of the molecular formula H$mo àX{e©V Zht H$aVm h¡
C4H6
(A)
(A)

(B)
(B)

(C)
(C)

(D)
(D)

090. 090.

Product P in the above reaction is: Cnamoº$ A{^{H«$`m ‘| CËnmX P h¡

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

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091. The structure of carboxylate ion is best 091. H$m~m}pŠgboQ> Am`Z H$s g§aMZm H$m g~go AÀN>m
represented as: {Zê$nU h¡-
(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

092. Which one of the following is not a unit 092. {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgr D$Om© H$s BH$mB© Zht h¡ ?
of energy ? (A) Nm (B) kg. ms–2
(A) Nm (B) kg. ms–2 (C) lit-atm (D) kg m2 s–2
(C) lit-atm (D) kg m2 s–2
093. When a liquid that is immiscible with 093. EH$ Ðd Omo Ob ‘| A{‘lUr` h¡ H$m ^mn AmgdZ
water was steam distilled at 95.2°C at a 95.2°C na VWm Hw$b Xm~ 99.652KPa na
total pressure of 99.652KPa. The distillate {H$`m J`m& AmgwV ‘| Ob Ho$ àË`oH$ J«m‘ Ho$
contained 1.27gm of the liquid per gram gmW Ðd H$m 1.27gm CnpñWV h¡& `{X Ob H$m
of water. What will be the molar mass of dmînXm~ 95.2°C na 85.140KPa h¡, Ðd H$m
the liquid if the vapour pressure of water ‘moba Ðì`‘mZ Š`m hmoJm ?
is 85.140KPa at 95.2°C ? (A) 134.1 gm mol–1
(A) 134.1 gm mol–1 (B) 105.74 gm mol–1
(B) 105.74 gm mol–1
(C) 99.65 gm mol–1 (C) 99.65 gm mol–1
(D) 18 gm mol–1 (D) 18 gm mol–1
094. What will happen if a cell is placed into 094. Š`m hmoVm h¡ `{X EH$ H$mo{eH$m H$mo 0.4% (Ðì`‘mZ
0.4% (mass/volume) NaCl solution /Am`VZ ) NaCl {db`Z ‘| aIm OmVm h¡?
(A) Cell will swell (A) H$mo{eH$m ’y${bV hmoJr
(B) Cell will shrink (B) H$mo{eH$m {gHw$‹S> Om`oJr
(C) there will be no change in cell volume (C) H$mo{eH$m Ho$ Am`VZ ‘o H$moB© n[adV©Z Zht hmoJm
(D) Cell will dissolve (D) H$mo{eH$m {db` hmo Om`oJr
-8 -8
095. What is pH of 2 # 10 molar HCl 095. 2 # 10 ‘moba HCl {db`Z H$s pH
solution? Here log2  =  0.301 and Š`m hmoJr? ¶hm± log2  =   0.301 Ed§
log3 = 0.477 log3 = 0.477
(A) 5.4 (B) 7.7 (A) 5.4 (B) 7.7
(C) 6.92 (D) 9.5 (C) 6.92 (D) 9.5
096. If at cubic cell, atom A present all corners 096. `{X EH$ KZr` H$mo{eH$m Ho$ g^r H$moZm| na ­A na‘mUw
and atom B at the centre of each face. CnpñWV h¡ Am¡a àË`oH$ ’$bH$ Ho$ Ho$ÝÐH$ na B
What will be the molecular formula of na‘mUw CnpñWV h¡ `{X EH$ H$m`{dH$U© na CnpñWV
the compounds, if all the atoms present g^r na‘mUwAm| H$mo na‘mUw C Ho$ Ûmam à{VñWm{nV
on one body diagonal are replaced by
atom C ? H$a {X`m OmE Vmo `m¡{JH$ H$m AUw gyÌ Š`m hmoJm?
(A) ABC3 (B) A3B12C4 (A) ABC3 (B) A3B12C4
(C) A3B12C (D) AB12C3 (C) A3B12C (D) AB12C3
097. If a compound is formed by X, Y and Z 097. `{X EH$ `m¡{JH$ na‘mUw X,Y Am¡a Z go {‘bH$a ~Zm
atoms and Z is present on the corners, hmo `{X Z na‘mUw H$moZm| na CnpñWV hmo, Y na‘mUw
Y is present 1 tetrahedral voids and X 1 1
2 2 MVwî’$bH$s` [ap³VH$mAm| ‘| Am¡a X na‘mUw 2
atom in 1 octahedral voids, which of the
2
following will be the molecular formula
AîQ>’$bH$s` [ap³VH$mAm| ‘| CnpñWV hmo Vmo `m¡{JH$
of the compound. H$m AUw gyÌ {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm hmoJm?
(A) XYZ (B) X2ZY (A) XYZ (B) X2ZY
(C) X2Y4Z (D) XYZ4 (C) X2Y4Z (D) XYZ4

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098. If an element A is placed in 098. `{X VËd A {dÚwV amgm`{ZH$ loUr ‘| VËd B go
electrochemicals series above element B D$na h¡ bo{H$Z VËd C go ZrMo CnpñWV h¡, VËdm|
but below element C, then the order of
oxidation power of elements
H$s Am°ŠgrH$aU j‘Vm H$m H«$‘ Š`m hmoJm?
(A) A > B > C (B) C > B > A (A) A > B > C (B) C > B > A
(C) C > A > B (D) B > A > C (C) C > A > B (D) B > A > C

099. What will be the decreasing order of 099. {ZåZ H$m~m}YZm`Zm§o Ho$ ñWm{`Ëd H$m KQ>Vm hþAm
stability of following carbocations ? H«$‘ hmoJm

(A) 3>5>4>1>2 (A) 3>5>4>1>2


(B) 1>2>3>5>4 (B) 1>2>3>5>4
(C) 5>4>3>2>1 (C) 5>4>3>2>1
(D) 1 > 2 >3 > 4 > 5 (D) 1 > 2 >3 > 4 > 5

100.
100.
In above reaction P and Q are Cnamo³V A{^{H«$`m ‘| P VWm Q h¡

(A) (A)

(B) (B)

(C) (C)

(D) (D)

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101. The resultant of two forces P and Q 101. `{X Xmo ~bm| P VWm Q Ho$ n[aUm‘r H$m n[a‘mU
is of magnitude P. If the force P is P h¡& `{X ~b P H$mo XþJwZm H$a {X`m OmE
doubled , Q remaining the same, then
angle between new resultant and the
d ~b Q H$mo An[ad{V©V aIm OmE Vmo ZE
force Q is n[aUm‘r VWm ~b Q Ho$ ‘Ü` H$moU hmoJm
(A) 30° (B) 45° (A) 30° (B) 45°
(C) 60° (D) 90° (C) 60° (D) 90°

102. The centre of gravity (centre of mass) 102. EH$ N>S‹ > bå~mB© L h¡ BgH$m aoIr` Ðì`‘mZ
of a rod (of length L) whose linear KZËd BgHo$ EH$ {gao go Xÿar Ho$ dJ© Ho$ AZwgma
mass density varies as the square of n[ad{V©V hmo ahm h¡& Bg N>S‹ > H$m JwéËd Ho$ÝÐ
the distance from one end is at
(Ðì`‘mZ Ho$ÝÐ) BgHo$ {gao go {ZåZ na hmoJm
L 3L L 3L
(A) (B) (A) (B)
3 4 3 4
3L 2L 3L 2L
(C) (D) (C) (D)
5 5 5 5
103. Three forces each of magnitude F are 103. VrZ ~b {OZH$m àË`oH$ H$m n[a‘mU F h¡
applied along the edges of a regular H$mo EH$ {Z`{‘V fQ²^wO Ho$ H$moamo§ ({H$Zmam|)
hexagon as shown in the figure. Each
side of hexagon is a. What is the
Ho$ AZw{Xe {MÌmZwgma Amamo{nV {H$`o OmVo
resultant moment (torque) of these h¡§& fQ²^wO H$s àË`oH$ ^wOm a h¡& Ho$ÝÐ
three forces about centre O? O Ho$ gmnoj BZ VrZ ~bm| H$m n[aUm‘r
AmKyU© Š`m hmoJm?

3 3
(A) 3aF (B) aF (A) 3aF (B) aF
2 2
3 3 1 3 3 1
(C) aF (D) aF (C) aF (D) aF
2 2 2 2
104. The coordinates of a moving point 104. EH$ Vb ‘| J{V‘mZ EH$ {~ÝXþ H$U H$m
particle in a plane at time t is given g‘` t na {ZX}em§H$,
b y x = a (t + sin t), y = a (1 - cos t) . T h e x = a (t + sin t), y = a (1 - cos t) h¡   Vmo H$U
magnitude of acceleration of the particle is Ho$ ËdaU H$m n[a‘mU h¡
(A) a (B) 3a (A) a (B) 3a
3 3
(C) 2 a (D) a (C) 2 a (D) a
2 2
105. A point particle moves along a straight 105. EH$ {~ÝXþ H$U EH$ gab aoIm ‘| x = t
line such that x = t where t is time. Ho$ AZwgma J{V H$a ahm h¡ Ohm± t g‘`
Then ratio of acceleration to cube of h¡& V~ H$U Ho$ ËdaU H$m doJ Ho$ KZ
the velocity is Ho$ gmW AZwnmV hmoJm
(A) − 3 (B) −  2 (A) − 3 (B) −  2
(C) − 1 (D) − 0.5 (C) − 1 (D) − 0.5

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106. A body of mass m falls from rest through 106. EH$ dñVw {OgH$m Ðì`‘mZ m h¡ {dam‘ go h
a height h under gravitation acceleration g D±$MmB© go JwéËdr` ËdaU g Ho$ A§VJ©V {JaVr
and is then brought to rest by penetrating
through a depth d into some sand. The
h¡ VWm `h aoV ‘| JhamB© d VH$ Y±gVr h¡&
average deceleration of the body during aoV ‘| Y±gZo Ho$ Xm¡amZ Am¡gV ‘ÝXZ hmoJm
penetration into sand is gh gd
gh gd (A) (B)
(A) (B) d h
d2 h 2 2
gh gh
2 gh gh
(C) 2 (D) (C) 2 (D) 2
d 2d
2 d 2d
107. A normal is drawn at a point (x1, y1) of
2
107. nadb` y 2 = 16x Ho$ {~ÝXþ (x1, y1) na EH$
the parabola y = 16x and this normal A{^bå~ Ir§Mm OmVm h¡ `h A{^bå~
makes equal angle with both x and y XmoZm| Ajmo§ x VWm y Ho$ gmW ~am~a H$moU
axes. Then point (x1, y1) is ~ZmVm h¡ Vmo {~ÝXþ (x1, y1) h¡
(A) (4, – 4) (B) (2, – 8) (A) (4, – 4) (B) (2, – 8)
(C) (4, – 8) (D) (1, – 4) (C) (4, – 8) (D) (1, – 4)
108. Two vectors A = 3 and B = 4 are 108. Xmo g{Xe A = 3 VWm B = 4 nañna bå~dV
perpendicular. Resultant of both these
vectors is R. The projection of the
h¢& BZ XmoZm| g{Xemo§ H$m n[aUm‘r R h¡& g{Xe
vector B on the vector R is B H$m g{Xe R na àjon hmoJm
(A) 3.2 (B) 2.4 (A) 3.2 (B) 2.4
(C) 5 (D) 1.25 (C) 5 (D) 1.25
109. A vector R is given by R = A # _B # C i 109. EH$ g{Xe R {ZåZ Ûmam {X`m OmVm h¡
Which of the following is true? R A
= # _ B # C i Vmo {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm
(A) R is parallel to A H$WZ gË` h¡?
(B) R must be parallel to B (A) g{Xe R g{Xe A Ho$ g‘mÝVa h¡
(C) R must be perpendicular to B (B) g{Xe R g{Xe B Ho$ g‘mÝVa hr hmoJm
(D) None of the options (C) g{Xe R g{Xe B Ho$ bå~dV hr hmoJm
(D) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht
110. Solution of the differential equation dy x- y 2 -y
dy 110. AdH$b g‘rH$aU = 2e + x e H$m
= 2e + x e is
x- y 2 -y dx
dx 3 hb h¡
(A) e = 2e + x + c
-y x
3
(A) e = 2e + x + c
-y x
3
3 3
(B) e = 2e + x + c
y -x
3
(B) e = 2e + x + c
y -x
3
3 3
(C) e = 2e + x + c
y x
3
(C) e = 2e + x + c
y x
3
-3 3
(D) e = 2e + x + c
-y x
-3
(D) e = 2e + x + c
-y x
3
3
111. Solution of the differential equation dy
111. AdH$b g‘rH$aU _ x + 2y 3 i =y H$m
dy dx
_ x + 2y 3 i = y is hb h¡
dx 3

3
(A) y + cy = x (B) x + 2y3 = y + c (A) y + cy = x (B) 3
x + 2y = y + c
4 4
3 xy 3 xy
(C) y + cx = y (D) + xy = cy (C) y + cx = y (D) + xy = cy
2 2

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112. Value of the following expression is 112. {ZåZ ì`§OH$ H$m ‘mZ h¡
lim 1 2 2 2 2
lim 1 2
(1 + 2 + 3 + ...... + n ) 2 2 2
3 (1 + 2 + 3 + ...... + n )
n " 3 n3 n"3 n
1 1 1 1
(A) (B) (A) (B)
3 6 3 6
1 2 1 2
(C) (D) (C) (D)
2 3 2 3
113. If function f (x) = * x sin a 1x k ; x ! 0 1
113. `{X ’$bZ f (x) = * x sin a x k ; x ! 0
a ; x= 0
a ; x= 0
is continuous at x = 0 , then value of
a is x = 0 , na gVV h¡ Vmo a H$m ‘mZ h¡
(A) 1 (B) – 1 (A) 1 (B) – 1
(C) 0 (D) None of the options (C) 0 (D) BZ‘o§ go H$moB© ^r {dH$ën Zht
sinx
114. The derivative of y = x is 114. y= x
sinx
H$m AdH$bO h¡
sin x - 1 sin x - 1
(A) cos x x (A) cos x x
sin 2x sin x - 1 sin 2x sin x - 1
(B) x (B) x
2 2
sin x
acos x log x + sinx x k
sinx
(C) x acos x log x + x k (C) x
sinx

sin x
(D) cos x log x + x sin x
(D) cos x log x + x

115. The tangents to curve 115. dH«$ y = x3 - 2x 2 + x - 2 na ItMr JB©


3 2
y = x - 2x + x - 2 which are ñne© aoImAmo§ Omo {H$ gab aoIm y = x Ho$
parallel to straight line y = x are
g‘mÝVa h¡ Ho$ g‘rH$aU h¡§
86
(A) x - y = 2 and x + y = 86
27 (A) x - y = 2 VWm x+ y=
27
86
(B) x + y = 2 and x + y = 86
27 (B) x + y = 2 VWm x+ y=
27
86
(C) x + y = 2 and x - y = 86
27 (C) x + y = 2 VWm x- y=
27
86
(D) x - y = 2 and x - y = 86
27 (D) x - y = 2 VWm x- y=
27
116. The value of lim cos h x - cos x is
x"0 x sin x 116. lim cos h x - cos x H$m ‘mZ h¡
x"0 x sin x
1 1
(A) 1 (B) (A) 1 (B)
2 2
1 1
(C) (D) 2 (C) (D) 2
3 3
x x

117.
1
Value of Maxima of a x k is 117. ’$bZ a 1x k H$m C{ƒîQ> ‘mZ h¡
a1 e k a1 e k
(A) e (B) e (A) e (B) e
1 e 1 e
e
(C) a e k (D) e
e
(C) a e k (D) e

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1 1
2 -1 2 -1
sin x dx sin x dx
118. The value of the integral w 2 32
118. w 2 3
$Ho$ g‘mH$b H$m ‘mZ
(1 - x )
0 0 (1 - x ) 2
π 1 1 π 1 1
(A) + log 2 (B) π - log 2 (A) + log 2 (B) π - log 2
2 2 2 2 2 2
π π 1 π π 1
(C) - log 2 (D) - log 2 (C) - log 2 (D) - log 2
2 4 2 2 4 2
1 1
119. Integral of 119. H$m g‘mH$b h¡
2 cos x
+ 2 cos x
+
(A) - sin x log (2 + cos x) + c (A) - sin x log (2 + cos x) + c

(B) sin x log (2 + cos x) + c (B) sin x log (2 + cos x) + c

1 -1 1 1 -1 1
(C) tan a tan x k + c (C) tan a tan x k + c
3 2 3 2
2 -1 1 x 2 -1 1 x
(D) tan d tan n + c (D) tan d tan n + c
3 3 2 3 3 2
120. The eccentricity of an ellipse 120. {XE JE XrK©d¥V
2 2
9x + 16y = 144 is
2 2
9x + 16y = 144 H$s CËHo$ÝÐVm h¡
7 2 7
(A) (B) 2
4 5 (A) (B)
4 5
3 5 3 5
(C) (D) (C) (D)
5 3 5 3
121. Taking axes of hyperbola as coordinate 121. A{Vnadb` Ho$ Ajmo§ H$mo {ZX}e Aj ‘mZH$a
axes, find its equation when the distance A{Vnadb` H$m g‘rH$aU Š`m hmoJm, O~ {H$
between the foci is 16 and eccentricity
is 2
Zm{^`mo§ H$s Xÿar 16 h¡ VWm CËHo$ÝÐVm 2 h¡
2 2 2 2

2 2
(A) x - y = 8
2
(B) x - y = 16
2 (A) x - y = 8 (B) x - y = 16
2 2 2 2

2 2
(C) x - y = 32
2
(D) x - y = 64
2
(C) x - y = 32 (D) x - y = 64
2 2
122. For a circle x + y = 81, what is the 122. d¥ Î m x 2 + y 2 = 81, H$s Cg Ordm H$m
equation of chord whose mid point is g‘rH$aU Š`m hmoJm, {OgH$m ‘Ü` {~ÝXþ
(– 2, 3)
(– 2, 3) h¡
(A) 2x - 3y - 13 = 0 (A) 2x - 3y - 13 = 0
(B) 2x + 3y + 13 = 0 (B) 2x + 3y + 13 = 0
(C) 2x - 3y + 13 = 0 (C) 2x - 3y + 13 = 0
(D) 3x - 2y + 13 = 0 (D) 3x - 2y + 13 = 0

123. The condition so that the line 123. dh eV© Š`m hmoJr O~ aoIm
2
lx + my + n = 0 may touch the parabola lx + my + n = 0 nadb` y = 8x H$mo ñne©
2
y = 8x H$a gHo$
2 2
(A) m = 8l n (B) m = 2l n
2
(A) m = 8l n
2
(B) m = 2l n
2 2
(C) 8m = l n (D) 2m = l n 2
(C) 8m = l n
2
(D) 2m = l n

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124. The equation of that diameter of the 124. d¥Îm x 2 + y 2 - 6x + 2y - 8 = 0 H$m ì`mg
2 2
circle x + y - 6x + 2y - 8 = 0 which (Omo {H$ ‘yb {~ÝXþgo JwOaVm h¡) H$m
passes through the origin is g‘rH$aU Š`m hmoJm?
(A) 6x - y = 0 (B) 3x + 2y = 0 (A) 6x - y = 0 (B) 3x + 2y = 0
(C) x + 3y = 0 (D) 3x - y = 0 (C) x + 3y = 0 (D) 3x - y = 0

125. If z is a complex number then 125. ¶{X z EH$ gpå‘l g§»¶m h¡ Vmo
(z + 5) ( z + 5 ) is (z + 5) ( z + 5 ) ~am~a h¡
2 2 2

2
(A) (z + 5) (B) z + 5 (A) (z + 5) (B) z + 5
2 2

2
(C) z + 5i (D) z - 5
2
(C) z + 5i (D) z - 5

126. If z is a complex number then which 126. ¶{X z EH$ gpå‘l g§»¶m h¡ Vmo {ZåZ ‘|
of the following statement is true? go H$m¡Zgm H$WZ g˶ h¡ ?
(A) _ z - z i is purely real (A) _ z - z i {dewÕ dmñV{dH$ h¡
(B) _ z + z i is purely imaginary (B) _ z + z i {dewÕ H$mën{ZH$ h¡
(C) _ z z i is purely imaginary (C) _ z z i {dewÕ H$mën{ZH$ h¡
(D) _ z z i is nonnegative real (D) _ z z i AG$UmË‘H$ dmñV{dH$ h¡

127. If ω is the cubic root of unity, then value 127. ¶{X ω BH$mB© H$m KZ‘yb h¡ Vmo
of the (1 + ω - ω2) 2 + (1 - ω + ω2) 2 + 1 is 2 2 2 2
(1 + ω - ω ) + (1 - ω + ω ) + 1 H$m ‘mZ h¡
(A) 1 (B) − 3
(A) 1 (B) − 3
(C) −1 (D) 7
(C) −1 (D) 7
12 12
128. If, _1 + i 3 i = a + ib, Here a and b 128. ¶{X _1 + i 3 i = a + ib h¡ a VWm b
are real, then the value of b is dmñV{dH$ h¢ Vmo b H$m ‘mZ h¡
(A) 0 12 (B) 1 12 (A) 0 12 (B) 1 12
(C) _ 3 i (D) _ 2 i (C) _ 3 i (D) _ 2 i
2 2
129. If f (θ) = 2 (sec θ + cos θ), then its 129. ¶{X f (θ) = 2 (sec 2 θ + cos 2 θ), h¡ Vmo BgH$m
value always ‘mZ gX¡d
(A) f _θ i <2 (B) f _θ i = 2 (A) f _θ i <2 (B) f _θ i = 2
(C) 4 > f (θ) >2 (D) f (θ) $ 4
(C) 4 > f (θ) >2 (D) f (θ) $ 4
130. If cot x - tan x = 2 , then generalized 130. ¶{X cot x - tan x = 2 , h¡ Vmo ì`mnH$ hb
solution is (here n is integer) h¡ (`hm± n EH$ nyUmªH$ h¡)
(A) x = 2nπ + π (B) x = nπ + π (A) x = 2nπ + π (B) x = nπ + π
2 4 2 4
nπ π nπ π nπ π nπ π
(C) x = + (D) x = + (C) x = + (D) x = +
2 8 4 16 2 8 4 16
131. A plane is flying horizontally at a height 131. EH$ {d‘mZ O‘rZ go 1Km D±$MmB© na
of 1Km from ground. Angle of elevation j¡{VO {Xem ‘| C‹S> ahm h¡ & {H$gr jU
of the plane at a certain instant is 60°. na {d‘mZH$m CÝZ`Z H$moU 60° h¡& 20
After 20 seconds angle of elevation is goH$ÊS> ~mX CÝZ`Z H$moU 30° nm`m J`m
found 30°. The speed of plane is Vmo {d‘mZ H$s Mmb h¡
100 200 100 200
(A) m /s (B) m /s (A) m /s (B) m /s
3 3 3 3
(C) 100 3 m/s (D) 200 3 m/s (C) 100 3 m/s (D) 200 3 m/s

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2 3 4 2 3 4
132. sin θ cos θ - sin θ cos θ is equal 132. sin θ cos θ - sin θ cos θ ~am~a h¡
(A) 1 cos θ sin 4θ (B) 1 cos θ sin 4θ (A) 1 cos θ sin 4θ (B) 1 cos θ sin 4θ
2 4 2 4
(C) 1 sin 2 2θ (D) 1 sin θ sin 4θ (C) 1 sin 2 2θ (D) 1 sin θ sin 4θ
2 4 2 4

133. If 2 sin C cos A = sin B, then ∆ ABC is 133. ¶{X 2 sin C cos A = sin B,   h¡  Vmo ∆ ABC h¡
(A) Isosceles triangle (A) g‘{Û~mhþ {Ì^wO
(B) equilateral triangle (B) g‘~mhþ {Ì^wO
(C) right angle triangle (C) g‘H$moU `wº$ {Ì^wO
(D) none of the options (D) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht
tan 9 cos a kC
1 -1 2
134. Value of the tan 9 1 cos- 1 a 2 kC is 134. {ZåZ H$m ‘mZ h¡
2 3
2 3
(A) 5 (B) 1 - 5
(A) 5 (B) 1 - 5 2 2
2 2
(C) 1 (D) 3
(C) 1 (D) 3 5 10
5 10
2 2 2 2
2 2 2 2 135. ¶{X r = x + y + z VWm
135. If r = x + y + z and
- 1 yz - 1 xz π -1
yz - 1 xz π tan xr + tan yr = - tan φ Vmo
-1
tan xr + tan yr = 2 - tan φ then
-1
2
x+ y x+ y yz
(A) φ =
yz
(B) φ = xr + xz (A) φ = zr (B) φ = xr + xz
zr yr yr
xy zr xy
zr (C) φ = xy (D) φ = zr
(C) φ = xy (D) φ = zr

136. Consider digits 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 136. A§H$ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 VWm 7 br{OE& BZ


7. Using these digits, numbers of five A§H$mo§ H$m Cn`moJ H$aVo hþE nm±M A§H$mo§ H$s
digits are formed. Then probability of g§»`mE± ~ZmB© OmVr h¢ Vmo BZ nm±M A§H$mo§
these such five digit numbers that have H$s Eogr g§»`mAmo§ Ho$ XmoZm| {gam| na {df‘
odd digits at their both ends is A§H$ AmZo H$s àm{`H$Vm Š`m hmoJr?
1 2 1 2
(A) (B) (A) (B)
7 7 7 7
3 3
(C) (D) None of the options (C) (D) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht
7 7
137. Out of 100 bicycles, ten bicycles have 137. gm¡ gmB{H$bm| ‘o go 10 gmB{H$bo§ n§Ma h¢¡
puncture. What is the probability of Vmo nm±M gmB{H$bm| Ho$ à{VXe© (goånb) ‘o
not having any punctured bicycle in a go {H$gr ^r gmB©{H$b ‘o§ n§Ma Zht hmoZo
sample of 5 bicycles ?
H$s àm{`H$Vm Š`m hmoJr?
1 1 1 1
(A) 5 (B) 5 (A) 5 (B)
10 2 10 2
5
5 5
1 9 1 9
(C) 9 (D) d n (C) 9 (D) d n
2 10 10
2

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138. Probability of solving a particular 138. ì`{º$ A H$s {H$gr {d{eð> àý H$mo hb
question by person A is 1/3 and H$aZo H$s àm{`H$Vm 1/3 h¡ VWm Cgr àý
probability of solving that question by H$mo ì`{º$ B Ûmam hb H$aZo H$s àm{`H$Vm
person B is 2/5. What is the probability 2/5 h¡& CZ XmoZm| ‘o§ go H$‘ go H$‘ EH$
of solving that question by at least one
Ho$ Ûmam Cg àý H$mo hb H$aZo H$s àm{`H$Vm
of them ?
Š`m hmoJr?
(A) 2/5 (B) 2/3 (A) 2/5 (B) 2/3
(C) 3/5 (D) 7/9 (C) 3/5 (D) 7/9

139. Four men and three women are 139. Mma nwéf VWm VrZ ‘{hbmE± EH$ bmBZ
standing in a line for railway ticket. (n§{º$) ‘o aobdo {Q>H$Q> Ho$ {bE I‹S>o h¢
The probability of standing them in Vmo CZHo$ EH$m§Va H«$‘ ‘o I‹S>o hmoZo H$s
alternate manner is
àm{`H$Vm Š`m hmoJr?
(A) 1 (B) 1 (A) 1 (B) 1
35 33
35 33
(C) 1 (D) 1
84 7 (C) 1 (D) 1
84 7

140. log3 2, log6 2, log12 2 are in 140. log3 2, log6 2, log12 2 h¡


(A) A.P. (B) G.P. (A) A.P. Ԥo (B) G.P. Ԥo
(C) H.P. (D) None of the options (C) H.P. ‘§o (D) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht

141. If p, q, r, s, t and u are in A.P. then 141. `{X p, q, r, s, t VWm u g‘mÝVa loUr
difference (t - r) is equal (A. P.) ‘| h¡§ Vmo AÝVa (t - r) ~am~a h¡
(A) 2 (s - p) (B) 2 (u - q) (A) 2 (s - p) (B) 2 (u - q)
(C) 2 (s - r) (D) (u - q) (C) 2 (s - r) (D) (u - q)

142. Value of 7_logb ai _log c bi _log a ciA 142. 7_logb ai _log c bi _log a ciA H$m ‘mZ h¡
(A) 0 (B) 1
(A) 0 (B) 1
(C) abc (D) log abc
(C) abc (D) log abc

1 + 1 + 1 + 1 +
143. If p = 1 then 143. ¶{X p= 1 Vmo
log3 π log 4 π log3 π log 4 π
(A) 1.5  <   p   <   2 (A) 1.5  <   p   <   2
(B) 2   <   p   <   2.5 (B) 2   <   p   <   2.5
(C) 2.5  <   p   <   3 (C) 2.5  <   p   <   3
(D)  p   >   3
(D)  p   >   3
10
2 10
3x + 5 2
3x + 5
144. In the expansion of f 2p 144. f Ho$ {dñVma ‘§o ‘ܶ nX h¡
5 3 x 5 2p
midterm is 3x
(A) 252 (B) 284 (A) 252 (B) 284
(C) 291 (D) 242 (C) 291 (D) 242

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2
145. If roots of equation of x + x + 1 = 0 145. ¶{X g‘rH$aU x 2 + x + 1 = 0 Ho$ ‘yb a, b
2
are a, b and roots of x + px + q = 0 h¡ VWm x 2 + px + q = 0 Ho$ ‘yb ba , ba Vmo
a b
are , a then value of p + q is p + q H$m ‘mZ h¡&
b
(A) – 1 (B) 1 (A) – 1 (B) 1
2 +1 2 +1
(C) 2 (D) (C) 2 (D)
2 2
3
1/a bc a
3 1/a bc a
3
146. The value of Determinant 1/b ca b
3 146. gma{UH$ 1/b ca b H$m ‘mZ h¡$
3
1/c ab c
3 1/c ab c
(A) 0 (A) 0
(B) (a - b) (b - c) (c - a) (B) (a - b) (b - c) (c - a)
2 2 2 2 2 2
(C) a b c (a - b) (b - c) (c - a) (C) a b c (a - b) (b - c) (c - a)
(D) None of the options (D) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht

3 - 1 3x - 2x 8
147. If >
3 - 1 3x
H > H +>
- 2x 8
H = > H the 147. ¶{X > H > H +> H= > H h¡ Vmo
0 6 1 3 9 0 6 1 3 9
value of x is x H$m ‘mZ h¡
2 2
(A) 7 (B) - (A) 7 (B) -
9 9
3 3
(C) - (D) None of the options (C) - (D) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht
8 8

148. Consider A and B two square matrices 148. EH$ hr H$mo{Q> H$s Xmo dJ© ‘o{Q´Šgmo A VWm
of same order. Select the correct B na {dMma H$s{OE& {ZåZ ‘o§ go H$m¡Zgm
alternative H$WZ gË` h¡
(A) A + B must be greater than A (A) A + B H$m  ‘mZ A   go  ~‹S>m hr hmoJm
(B) If AB = 0 either A or B must be (B) ¶{X AB = 0 V~ ¶m Vmo A ¶m B  eyݶ
zero matrix
(C) AB must be greater than A ‘¡{Q´>³g hr hmoJr&
(C) AB H$m ‘mZ A go ~‹S>m hr hmoJm
1 1
(D) > H is not unit matrix. 1 1
1 1 (D) > H BH$mB© ‘o{Q´>³g Zht h¡
1 1
149. Function f : N " N, f (x) = 2x + 3 is 149. ’$bZ f : N " N, f (x) = 2x + 3 h¡
(A) One-one Onto function
(A) EH¡$H$s AmÀN>mXH$
(B) One-one Into function
(B) EH¡$H$s AÝVj}nr
(C) Many- one Onto function
(D) Many -one Into function (C) ~hþEoH$s AmÀN>mXH$
(D) ~hþEoH$s AÝVj}nr
150. If domain of the function 2

2
f (x) = x - 6x + 7 is (- 3, 3) then its 150. ¶{X ’$bZ f (x) = x - 6x + 7
H$m àmÝV
range is ( - 3, 3 ) h¡ Vmo BgH$m n[aga hmoJm
(A) (- 3, 3) (B) [- 2, 3) (A) (- 3, 3) (B) [- 2, 3)
(C) [- 2, 3] (D) (- 3, - 2) (C) [- 2, 3] (D) (- 3, - 2)

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PAPER-1
Physics : Q. 1 to Q. 50
Chemistry : Q. 51 to Q. 100
Mathematics : Q. 101 to Q. 150

PHYSICS / ^m¡{VH$emñÌ
001. An 1800 W toaster, a 1.3KW electric 001. EH$ 1800 W H$m Q>moñQ>a, EH$ 1.3KW
fan and a 100W lamp are plugged in H$m {dÚwV n§Im d EH$ 100W H$m ~ë~
the same 120V circuit i.e. all the three H$mo 120V Ho$ EH$ hr n[anW ‘| bJm`m
devices are in parallel. What is the OmVm h¡ AWm©V `o g^r VrZm| `w{º$`m±
approximate value of the total current g‘mÝVa H«$‘ h¢& n[anW go Hw$b àdm{hV
(i.e. sum of the current drawn by the Ymam (AWm©V VrZm| `w{º$`m| Ûmam br JB©
three devices) through circuit ? YmamAm| H$m `moJ) H$m ‘mZ bJ^J hmoJm?
(A) 27A (B) 40A (A) 27A (B) 40A
(C) 120A (D) 18A (C) 120A (D) 18A
002. Four very long current carrying wires 002. Mma bå~o Ymamdmhr Vma EH$ hr Vb ‘| h¢
in the same plane intersect to form a VWm EH$ dJ© H$s àË`oH$ ^wOm 40cm ~ZmVo
square 40.0cm on each side as shown hþE {MÌmZwgma à{VÀN>oX H$aVo h¢& dJ© Ho$
in the figure. What is the magnitude H|$Ð na Mwå~H$s` joÌ eyÝ` hmoZo Ho$ {bE
of current I so that the magnetic field Ymam I H$m n[a‘mU {H$VZm hmoZm Mm{hE?
at the centre of the square is zero?

(A) 18A (B) 22A (A) 18A (B) 22A


(C) 38A (D) 2A (C) 38A (D) 2A

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003. If the current in the toroidal solenoid 003. EH$ Q>moamoBS>Zw‘m n[aZm{bH$m ‘| Ymam EH$
increases uniformly from zero to 6.0A g‘mZ ê$n go eyÝ` go 6.0A VH$ 3.0μs
in 3.0μs. Self inductance of the toroidal ‘| ~‹T>Vr h¡& Q>moamoBS>Zw‘m n[aZm{bH$m H$m
solenoid is 40μH. The magnitude of self ñdàoaH$Ëd 40μH h¡& ñd ào[aV {dÚwV dmhH$
induced emf is ~b H$m n[a‘mU h¡
(A) 48V (B) 80V (A) 48V (B) 80V
(C) 160V (D) 24V (C) 160V (D) 24V
004. An electron is at ground state of the 004. EH$ H na‘mUw Ho$ ‘yb ñVa ‘| EH$ BboŠQ´mZ
H atom. Minimum energy required to h¡& H na‘mUw H$mo {ÛVr` CÎmo{OV AdñWm
excite the H atom into second excited ‘| CÎmo{OV H$aZo Ho$ {bE Ý`yZV‘ {H$VZr
state is D$Om© H$s Amdí`H$Vm hmoJr ?
(A) 3.4eV (B) 13.6eV (A) 3.4eV (B) 13.6eV
(C) 12.1eV (D) 10.2eV (C) 12.1eV (D) 10.2eV
005. A particle enters uniform constant 005. EH$ H$U EH$ g‘mZ Mwå~H$s` joÌ ‘|
magnetic field region with its initial Mwå~H$s` joÌ H$s {Xem Ho$ AZw{Xe àmapå^H$
velocity parallel to the field direction. doJ go àdoe H$aVm h¡& BgHo$ doJ Ho$ ~mao
Which of the following statements
about its velocity is correct? (neglect ‘| H$m¡Zgm H$WZ gË` hmoJm? (AÝ` joÌm|
the effects of other fields) Ho$ à^mdm| H$mo ZJÊ` ‘m{ZE)
(A) There is change only in direction (A) Ho$db {Xem ‘| n[adV©Z hmoJm
(B) There is change in both magnitude (B) n[a‘mU d {Xem XmoZm| ‘| n[adV©Z hmoJm
and direction (C) H$moB© n[adV©Z Zht hmoJm
(C) There is no change
(D) There is change only in magnitude (D) Ho$db n[a‘mU ‘| n[adV©Z hmoJm

006. Magnetic susceptibility of diamagnetic 006. à{VMwå~H$s` nXmW© H$s Mwå~H$s` àd¥{V H$s
materials is of the order of (SI units) H$mo{Q> (SI BH$mB© ‘|) hmoJr
(A) –10 – 5 (B) +10 5 (A) –10 – 5 (B) +10 5
– 4 – 2 (D) +10 – 5 – 4 – 2
(C) +10  to +10  (C) +10  to +10  (D) +10 – 5
007. Magnitude of binding energy of satellite 007. goQ>obmB©Q> H$s ~§YZ D$Om© H$m n[a‘mU E
is E and kinetic energy is K .The ratio h¡ VWm CgH$s J{VO D$Om© H$m ‘mZ K h¡
E/K is Vmo AZwnmV E/K hmoJm
(A) 1/2 (B) 2/1 (A) 1/2 (B) 2/1
(C) 1/4 (D) 1 (C) 1/4 (D) 1
008. Figure shows the total acceleration 008. {MÌ ‘| {ÌÁ`m R=1m Ho$ d¥Îm ‘| X{jUmdV©
a  =  32m/s2 of a moving particle moving Ky‘Vo hþE H$U H$m Hw$b ËdaU a  =  32m/s2
clockwise in a circle of radius R=1m. h¡ Vmo H$U H$m A{^Ho$ÝÐr` ËdaU d H$U
What are the centripetal acceleration and
speed v of the particle at given instant? H$s Mmb ν {XE JE jU na Š`m hmoJr?

(A) 16m/s2, 4m/s (A) 16m/s2, 4m/s


(B) 16 3 m/s2, 4 3 m/s (B) 16 3 m/s2, 4 3 m/s
(C) 16 3 m/s2, 4m/s (C) 16 3 m/s2, 4m/s
(D) 16m/s2, 16m/s (D) 16m/s2, 16m/s

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009. A force F  =  75N is applied on a block of 009. EH$ ~b F  =  75N H$mo 5kg Ðì`‘mZ Ho$
mass 5kg along the fixed smooth incline ãbm°H$ na {MÌmZwgma pñWa {MH$Zo ZV Vb
as shown in figure. Here gravitational Ho$ AZw{Xe bJm`m OmVm h¡& `hm± JwéËdr`
acceleration g  =  10m/s2. The acceleration ËdaU g  =  10m/s2 h¡& ãbm°H$ H$m ËdaU
of the block is hmoJm

m m
(A) 5 upwards the incline (A) 5 ZV Vb Ho$ AZw{Xe D$na H$s Amoa
s2 s2
m m
(B) 10 2 downwards the incline (B) 10 2 ZV Vb Ho$ AZw{Xe ZrMo H$s Amoa
s s
m m
(C) 10 2 upwards the incline (C) 10 2 ZV Vb Ho$ AZw{Xe D$na H$s Amoa
s s
m m
(D) 5 2 downwards the incline (D) 5 2 ZV Vb Ho$ AZw{Xe ZrMo H$s Amoa
s s

010. A 3kg object has initial velocity  010. EH$ 3kg H$s dñVw H$m àmapå^H$ doJ
^6it - 2tjh m/s. The total work done on ^6it - 2tjh m/s h¡ & `{X dñVw H$m do J
the object if its velocity changes to ^8it + 4tjh m/s hmo OmVm h¡ V~ VH$ dñVw
^8it + 4tjh m/s is na {H$`m J`m Hw$b H$m`© hmoJm
(A) 120J (B) 216J (A) 120J (B) 216J
(C) 44J (D) 60J (C) 44J (D) 60J

011. A heat engine absorbs 360J of energy 011. EH$ D$î‘m B§OZ àË`oH$ MH«$ ‘| 360J D$î‘m
by heat and performs 25J of work in H$m AdemofU H$aVm h¡ VWm 25J H$m`©
each cycle. The energy expelled to the àË`oH$ MH«$ ‘| H$aVm h¡& àË`oH$ MH«$ ‘|
cold reservoir in each cycle is R>ÝSo> hm¡O H$mo Xr JB© D$Om© hmoJr
(A) 385J (B) 335J (A) 385J (B) 335J
(C) 14.4J (D) 360J (C) 14.4J (D) 360J

012. Three nonconducting large parallel plates 012. {MÌmZwgma VrZ AMmbH$ ~‹S>r g‘mÝVa ßboQ>mo
have surface charge densities σ,−2σ and Ho$ n¥ð> Amdoe KZËd H«$‘e… σ,−2σ VWm
4σ respectively as shown in figure. The 4σ h¡& q~Xw P na {dÚwV joÌ h¡
electric field at the point P is

3σ σ 3σ σ
(A) (B) (A) (B)
ε0 ε0 ε0 ε0
σ 3σ σ 3σ
(C) (D) (C) (D)
2ε0 2ε0 2ε0 2ε0

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013. A battery of constant voltage is available. 013. EH$ AMa dmoëQ>Vm H$s ~¡Q>ar CnbãY h¡ &
How to adjust a system of three identical VrZ EH$g‘mZ g§Ym[aÌm| Ho$ {ZH$m` go Cƒ
capacitors to get high electrostatic energy pñWa {dÚwV D$Om©dmbr pñW{V àmá H$aZo Ho$
with the given battery {bE BÝh| H¡$go g§`mo{OV H$aZm Mm{hE
(A) Three in series (A) VrZm| loUr H«$‘ ‘|
(B) Three in parallel (B) VrZm| g‘mÝVa H«$‘ ‘|
(C) Whatever may be combination, it (C) {H$gr ^r Vah H$m g§`moOZ hmo pñWa
will always have same electrostatic
{dÚwV D$Om© h‘oem g‘mZ hmoJr
energy
(D) Xm| g‘mÝVa H«$‘ ‘| d EH$ loUr H«$‘
(D) Two parallel and one in series
H$m g§`moOZ
014. Five resistances are connected as shown 014. nm±M à{VamoY {MÌmZwgma Ow‹S>o h¢ & q~Xw ­ A
in the figure. The equivalent resistance VWm q~Xw C Ho$ ‘Ü` Vwë` à{VamoY hmoJm
between points A and C is

(A) 30 Ω (B) 44 Ω


(A) 30 Ω (B) 44 Ω 20
20 (C)  Ω (D) 21.2 Ω
(C)  Ω (D) 21.2 Ω 3
3

015. The frequencies of X rays, Gamma rays 015. X {H$aUm|, Jm‘m {H$aUm| VWm Ñí` àH$me
and visible light waves rays are a, b Va§J {H$aUm| H$s Amd¥{V`m± H«$‘e… a, b
VWm c h¢ V~
and c respectively, then (A) a > b, b < c
(A) a > b, b < c (B) a < b, b > c (B) a < b, b > c
(C) a < b, b < c (D) a > b > c (C) a < b, b < c
(D) a > b > c

016. An equiconvex (biconvex) lens has 016. EH$ g‘ CÎmb b|g (C^`m|Îmb) H$s ’$moH$g
focus length f. It is cut into three parts Xyar f h¡& BgH$mo {MÌmZwgma VrZ ^mJm| ‘|
as shown in the figure. What is the {d^m{OV {H$`m OmVm h¡ Vmo H$mQ>o JE ^mJ
focal length of Cut part I ? I H$s ’$moH$g bå~mB© Š`m hmoJr?

(A) 2f (B) 3f (A) 2f (B) 3f


f f f f
(C) (D) (C) (D)
3 2 3 2

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017. A cell has terminal voltage 2V in open 017. Iwbo n[anW ‘| EH$ gob H$s {gam| H$s
circuit and internal resistance of the dmoëQ>Vm 2V h¡ VWm {XE JE gob H$m
given cell is 2Ω. If 4A of current is Am§V[aH$ à{VamoY 2Ω h¡ & `{X 4A H$s
flowing between points P and Q in the Ymam q~XþAm| P VWm Q Ho$ ‘Ü` n[anW ‘|
circuit and then the potential difference ~h ahr h¡ {~ÝXþAm| P VWm Q Ho$ ‘Ü`
between P and Q is {d^dmÝVa h¡

(A) 26V (B) 22V (A) 26V (B) 22V


(C) 24V (D) 30V (C) 24V (D) 30V

018. A Proton and an alpha particle both are 018. EH$ àmoQ>moZ Ed§ EH$ Aë’$m H$U XmoZm| H$mo
accelerated through the same potential g‘mZ {d^dmÝVa Ûmam Ëd[aV {H$`m OmVm
difference. The ratio of corresponding h¡& CZH$s g§JV S>r ~«mo½br Va§JX¡Y`m} H$m
de-Broglie wavelengths is AZwnmV h¡
(A) 2 (B) 2 2 (A) 2 (B) 2 2
1 1
(C) (D) 2 (C) (D) 2
2 2 2 2

019. Two balls of mass m and 4m are 019. Xmo J|Xo {OZH$m Ðì`‘mZ m VWm 4m h¢
connected by a rod of length L. The BZH$mo L bå~mB© H$s N>‹S> Ûmam Omo‹S>m OmVm
mass of the rod is small and can be h¡ & N>‹S> H$m Ðì`‘mZ ZJÊ` h¡ VWm J|Xm|
treated as zero. The size of the balls can H$m AmH$ma ^r ZJÊ` h¡& h‘ `h ^r ‘mZVo
also can be neglected. We also assume
the centre of the rod is hinged, but the
h¢ {H$ N>‹S> H$m Ho$ÝÐ H$sb{H$V {H$`m OmVm
rod can rotate about its centre in the h¡ naÝVw N>‹S> D$Üdm©Ya Vb ‘| {~Zm Kf©U
vertical plane without friction. What is Ho$ BgHo$ Ho$ÝÐ Ho$ gmnoj Ky{U©V hmo gH$Vr
the gravity induced angular acceleration h¡& O~ N>‹S> H$m D$Üdm©Ya aoIm Ho$ gmW
of the rod when the angle between the {MÌmZwgma H$moU θ hmo Vmo Cg g‘` JwéËd
rod and the vertical line is θ as shown. O{ZV N>‹S> H$m H$moUr` ËdaU Š`m hmoJm?

g 5g g 5g
(A) sinθ (B) sinθ (A) sinθ (B) sinθ
3L 6L 3L 6L
g 6g g 6g
(C) cosθ (D) sinθ (C) cosθ (D) sinθ
6L 5L 6L 5L

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020. A projectile is projected with an initial 020. EH$ àjoß` H$mo àmapå^H$ doJ ^4it + 5tjh
velocity ^4it + 5tjh m/s. Here tj is the m/s Ho$ gmW àjo{nV {H$`m OmVm h¡& `hm±
unit vector directed vertically upwards tj BH$mB© g{Xe D$Üdm©Ya D$na H$s Amoa h¡
and unit vector it is in the horizontal VWm it BH$mB© g{Xe jo{VO {Xem ‘| h¡&
direction .Velocity of the projectile (in àjoß` H$s O‘rZ go Q>¸$a go R>rH$ nyd©
m/s) just before it hits the ground is CgH$m doJ (‘r./go.) hmoJm
(A) - 4it + 5tj (A) - 4it + 5tj
(B) 4it - 5tj (B) 4it - 5tj
(C) - 4it - 5tj (C) - 4it - 5tj
(D) 4it + 5tj (D) 4it + 5tj

021. What is the approximate percentage 021. EH$ gab bmobH$ Ho$ AmdV©H$mb Ho$ ‘mnZ
error in the measurement of time period ‘| bJ^J à{VeV Ìw{Q> {H$VZr hmoJr `{X
of a simple pendulum if maximum bå~mB© l VWm JwéËdr` ËdaU g ‘mnZ ‘|
errors in the measurement of length l A{YH$V‘ Ìw{Q> H«$‘e… 3% VWm 7% h¡
and gravitational acceleration g are 3%
(A) 3 %
and 7% respectively?
(B) 5 %
(A) 3 %
(C) 10 %
(B) 5 %
(C) 10 % (D) 2 %
(D) 2 %

022. A gas undergoes the cyclic process 022. EH$ J¡g EH$ MH«$s` àH«$‘ ‘| {MÌmZwgma
shown in figure .The cycle is repeated AZwgaU H$aVr h¡ & Bg MH«$ H$s à{V
100 times per minute. The power {‘ZQ> 100 ~ma nwZamd¥{Îm H$s OmVr h¡ &
generated is CËnÝZ e{º$ hmoJr

(A) 120W (B) 240W (A) 120W (B) 240W

(C) 100W (D) 60W (C) 100W (D) 60W

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023. Three charges lie on the frictionless 023. VrZ Amdoe EH$ Kf©Ua{hV j¡{VO gVh na
horizontal surface at the vertices of EH$ g‘~mhþ {Ì^wO Ho$ erfm} na {MÌmZwgma
equilateral triangle as shown in figure. h¢& BZ‘| go Xmo Amdoe X VWm Y O‹S>dV
Two charges X and Y are fixed whereas (fixed) h¢ VWm Vrgam Amdoe Z ‘wº$ {H$`m
third charge Z is released. Which path OmVm h¡ Vmo ‘wº$ H$aZo Ho$ Cnam§V Amdoe Z
will charge Z take upon release ? Ûmam H$m¡Zgm nW (path) AnZm`m OmVm h¡?

(A) Path – II (B) Path – III (A) nW – II (B) nW – III


(C) Path – IV (D) Path – I (C) nW – IV (D) nW – I

024. There are two waves having wavelengths 024. Xmo Va§J| {OZH$s Va§JX¡Ü`© 100cm VWm
100cm and 101cm and same velocity 101cm h¡ VWm g‘mZ doJ 303m/s h¡&
303m/s. The beat frequency is {dñn§X Amd¥{V hmoJr
(A) 2Hz (B) 4Hz (A) 2Hz (B) 4Hz
(C) 1Hz (D) 3Hz (C) 1Hz (D) 3Hz

025. Two polaroids A and B are placed with 025. Xmo nmobamoBS> (Y«wdH$) A VWm B EH$ Xygao
their polaroid axes 30° to each other as go {MÌmZwgma Bg àH$ma aIr OmVr h¡ {H$
shown in the figure. A plane polarized CZH$s nmobamoBS> Ajm| Ho$ ‘Ü` H$moU 30°
light passes through the polaroid A and
h¡ nmobamoBS> A go JwOaZo Ho$ nümV g‘Vb
after passing through it, intensity of
Y«w{dV àH$me H$s Vrd«Vm I0 hmo OmVr h¡
light becomes I0.What is the intensity
of finally transmitted light after passing
nmobamoBS> B go JwOaZo Ho$ nümV A§{V‘ ê$n
through the polaroid B ? go nmaJ{‘V àH$me H$s Vrd«Vm Š`m hmoJr?

(A) 0.5I0 (B) 0.75I0 (A) 0.5I0 (B) 0.75I0


(C) 0.866I0 (D) 0.25I0 (C) 0.866I0 (D) 0.25I0

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026. Laser light has following property 026. boOa àH$me {ZåZ JwU aIVm h¡
(A) laser light is highly coherent (A) boOa àH$me AË`{YH$ H$bmgå~Õ hmoVm h¡
(B) laser light always lies in X-rays (B) boOa àH$me h‘oem EŠg {H$aU joÌ
region ‘| hmoVm h¡
(C) laser light does not have directionality (C) boOa àH$me ‘| {XemË‘H$ JwU Zht
property hmoVm h¡
(D) laser light is white light (D) boOa àH$me œoV hmoVm h¡

027. A particle is moving in translatory 027. EH$ H$U ñWmZmÝVaU J{V H$a ahm h¡ &
motion. If momentum of the particle `{X H$U H$m g§doJ 10% KQ>Vm h¡ Vmo
decreases by 10%, kinetic energy will BgH$s J{VO D$Om© KQ>oJr
decrease by
(A) 19% (B) 10%
(A) 19% (B) 10%
(C) 5% (D) 20%
(C) 5% (D) 20%

028. Which of the statement is incorrect 028. gmYmaU(gab) gyú‘Xeu Ho$ ~mao ‘| H$m¡Zgm
about the simple microscope? H$WZ AgË` h¡ ?
(A) A convex lens of microscope with (A) gyú‘Xeu Ho$ H$‘ ’$moH$g Xyar Ho$ CÎmb
shorter focal length yields higher
magnification.
b|g go A{YH$ AmdY©Z àmá hmoVm h¡
(B) Biology students use to see the (B) Ord {dkmZ Ho$ {dÚmWu ñbmBS> H$mo
slides. XoIZo ‘| H$m‘ ‘| boVo h¢&
(C) It is not used for magnification (C) àojH$ go Xya pñWV dñVw Ho$ AmdY©Z
of an object at far away from the Ho$ {bE `h Cn`moJ ‘| Zht AmVm h¡
observer. (D) gyú‘Xeu H$m AmdY©Z {d^oÚ  (ñnï>)
(D) Magnification of microscope is
inversely proportional to the least
Ñ{ï> Ho$ Ý`yZV‘ ‘mZ Ho$ ì`wËH«$‘mZwnmVr
distance of distinct vision. hmoVr h¡

029. Surface tension of the liquid is S. 029. EH$ Ðd H$m n¥ð> VZmd S h¡& {H$gr {XE
Work done in increasing the radius of JE Vmn na EH$ gm~wZ Ho$ ~wb~wbo H$mo
soap bubble from R to 3R at given {ÌÁ`m R go 3R H$aZo ‘| {H$`m J`m H$m`©
temperature will be hmoJm
(A) 16πSR2 (B) 64πSR2 (A) 16πSR2 (B) 64πSR2
18πSR 2 18πSR 2
(C) (D) 8πSR2 (C) (D) 8πSR2
3 3
030. Suppose you drive to Delhi (200 km 030. `h ‘m{ZE {H$ AmnH$mo 200 km Xya {X„r
away) at 400 km/hr and return at 200 H$mo 400 km/hr go OmZm h¡ VWm 200
km/hr. What is yours average speed for km/hr go bm¡Q>Zm h¡& AmnHo$ Bg Xm¡ao H$s
the entire trip? Am¡gV Mmb Š`m hmoJr ?
(A) 300 Km/hr (A) 300 Km/hr
(B) Less than 300 Km/hr (B) 300 Km/hr go H$‘
(C) More than 300 Km/hr (C) 300 Km/hr go A{YH$
(D) Zero (D) eyÝ`

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031. A system undergoes a reversible adiabatic 031. EH$ {ZH$m` EH$ CËH«$‘Ur` éÕmoî‘ àH«$‘ go
process. The entropy of the system JwOaVm h¡ & {ZH$m` H$s E§Q´monr (entropy)
(A) decreases (A) KQ>oJr
(B) remains constant (B) AMa ahVr h¡
(C) may increase or may decrease (C) ~‹T> `m KQ> gH$Vr h¡
(D) increases (D) ~‹T>oJr

032. For the combination of gates shown 032. ZrMo {XE JE VH©$ Ûmam| Ho$ g§`moOZ Ho$
here, which of the following truth table {bE {ZåZ gË` gmaUr H$m H$m¡Zgm ^mJ
part is not true
gË` Zht h¡

(A) A = 1, B  = 0, C = 1 (A) A = 1, B  = 0, C = 1


(B) A = 0, B  = 1, C = 1 (B) A = 0, B  = 1, C = 1
(C) A = 0, B  = 0, C = 0 (C) A = 0, B  = 0, C = 0
(D) A = 1, B  = 1, C = 1 (D) A = 1, B  = 1, C = 1

033. A narrow white light beam fails to 033. EH$ œoV àH$me g§H$sU© {H$aU EH$ A{^gmar
converge at a point after going through a b|g go JwOaZo Ho$ nümV EH$ hr q~Xþ na
converging lens. This defect is known as A{^gm[aV hmoZo ‘| Ag’$b hmoVr h¡ `h
(A) spherical aberration Xmof {ZåZ H$hbmVm h¡
(B) chromatic aberration (A) Jmobr` {dnWZ
(B) dUu` {dnWZ
(C) diffraction
(C) {ddV©Z
(D) polarization
(D) Y«wdU

034. A small bead of mass M slides on a 034. EH$ M Ðì`‘mZ H$m N>moQ>m ‘ZH$m EH$ {MH$Zo
smooth wire that is bent in a circle of Vma na {’$gbVm h¡ & `hm± Vma EH$ R
radius R. It is released at the top of {ÌÁ`m Ho$ d¥Îm Ho$ ^mJ Ho$ ê$n ‘| ‘w‹S>m
the circular part of the wire (point A hþAm h¡ & ‘ZHo$ H$mo d¥{Îm` ^mJ Ho$ {eIa
in the figure) with a negligibly small ({MÌ ‘| q~Xw A­) go ZJÊ` doJ go ‘wº$
velocity. Find the height H where the {H$`m OmVm h¡ & dh D±$MmB© H kmV H$amo
bead will reverse direction. Ohm± ‘ZH$m AnZr {Xem nbQ>Vm h¡&

5R 5R
(A) (B) R (A) (B) R
2 2
3R 3R
(C) 2R (D) (C) 2R (D)
2 2

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035. Two persons A and B start from the same 035. Xmo ì`{º$ A
­ VWm B EH$ hr OJh go EH$
location and walked around a square in dJ© na {dnarV {XemAm| ‘| AMa Mmbmo§ go
opposite directions with constant speeds. MbZm àmaå^ H$aVo h¢& dJ© H$s ^wOm 60m
The square has side 60m. Speeds of A h¡, A VWm B H$s Mmb| H«$‘e… 4m/s VWm
and B are 4m/s and 2m/s respectively. 2m/s h¡& do nhbr ~ma H$~ {‘b|Jo ?
When will they meet first time?
(A) 20 sec (B) 30 sec
(A) 20 sec (B) 30 sec
(C) 40 sec (D) 10 sec (C) 40 sec (D) 10 sec

036. A tire of radius R rolls on a flat surface 036. EH$ R {ÌÁ`m H$m n{h`m g‘Vb gVh na
with angular velocity ω and velocity ν H$moUr` doJ ω VWm doJ ν go {MÌmZwgma
as shown in the diagram. If ν  >  ωR, in bw‹S>H$ ahm h¡& `{X ν  >  ωR Vmo Q>m`a Ûmam
which direction does friction from the g‹S>H$ na Kf©U {H$g {Xem ‘| bJoJm?
tire act on the road ?

(A) Towards the right (A) Xm`r Va’$ (B) ZrMo H$s Va’$
(B) Towards downwards
(C) D$na H$s Va’$ (D) ~m`t Va’$
(C) Towards upwards
(D) Towards the left
037. EH$ m Ðì`‘mZ Ho$ H$U H$s EH$ {d‘r`
037. Consider one dimensional motion of a J{V na {dMma H$s{OE & BgH$s pñW{VO
particle of mass m . It has potential D$Om© U = a + bx2 h¡ Ohm± a VWm b
energy U = a + bx2 where a and YZmË‘H$ {Z`Vm§H$ h¢& ‘yb {~ÝXw (x = 0)
b are positive constants. At origin
(x = 0) it has initial velocity ν0. It na BgH$m àmapå^H$ doJ ν0 h¡ & `h gab
performs simple harmonic oscillations. Amd¥{V J{V H$aVm h¡ {OgH$s Amd¥{V {ZåZ
The frequency of the simple harmonic na {Z^©a H$aVr h¡
motion depends on (A) Ho$db b VWm a na
(A) b and a alone (B) Ho$db b VWm m na
(B) b and m alone
(C) b, a and m alone (C) Ho$db b, a VWm m na
(D) b alone (D) Ho$db b na

038.
The postulate on which the photoelectric 038. àH$me {dÚwV g‘rH$aU {ZåZ ‘| go {Og A{^J¥hrV
equation is derived is (H$ënZm) na ì`wËnÝZ H$s JB© h¡ dh h¡:
(A) electrons are associated with wave (A) BboŠQ´moZ go g§~Õ Va§J H$s Va§JX¡Ü`©
h h
of wavelength λ = where p is λ= h¡ Ohm± p g§doJ h¡ &
p p
momentum. (B) àH$me V^r CËnÞ hmoVm h¡ O~ BboŠQ´moZ
(B) light is emitted only when electrons
jump between orbits.
EH$ H$jH$ go Xygao ‘| Hy$XVm h¡ &
(C) light is absorbed in quanta of energy (C) àH$me H$m AdemofU D$Om© Ho$ ³dm§§Q>m
E = hυ E = hυ Ho$ ê$n ‘| hmoVm h¡&
(D) electrons are restricted to orbits of (D) BboŠQ´moZ Ho$db CÝht H$jH$m| ‘| ah gH$Vo
h h
angular momentum n where n h¢ {OZ‘| H$moUr` g§doJ n 2π hmo VWm

is an integer . n EH$ nyUmªH$ h¡&

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039. A layer of oil with density 724 kg/m3 039. EH$ Vob H$s naV {OgH$m KZËd 724 kg/m3
floats on water of density 1000 kg/m3. h¡& `h 1000 kg/m3 KZËd dmbo Ob Ho$ D$na
A block floats at the oil-water interface V¡a ahr h¡& EH$ ãbm°H$ Vob-Ob AÝVg©Vh na
with 1/6 of its volume in oil and 5/6 {MÌmZwgma Bg àH$ma V¡a ahm h¡ {H$ BgH$m 1/6
of its volume in water, as shown in the Am`VZ Vob ‘| VWm 5/6 Am`VZ Ob ‘| h¡
figure. What is the density of the block? Vmo ãbm°H$ H$m KZËd Š`m hmoJm?

(A) 954 kg/m3 (B) 1024 kg/m3 (A) 954 kg/m3 (B) 1024 kg/m3
(C) 1276 kg/m3 (D) 776 kg/m3 (C) 1276 kg/m3 (D) 776 kg/m3
040. A string fixed at both ends has a 040. EH$ añgr XmoZm| {gam| go O‹S>dV h¡ VWm EH$
standing wave mode for which the AàJm‘r Va§J {dYm ‘| H«$‘mJV {ZñnÝXm| Ho$
distances between adjacent nodes is
18cm. For the next consecutive standing ‘Ü` Xyar 18cm h¡ & AJbr H«$‘mJV AàJm‘r
wave mode distances between adjacent Va§J {dYm ‘| H«$‘mJV {ZñnÝXm| Ho$ ‘Ü` Xyar
nodes is 16cm. The minimum possible 16cm h¡ & añgr H$s Ý`yZV‘ bå~mB© hmoJr
length of the string is (A) 72 cm (B) 144 cm
(A) 72 cm (B) 144 cm
(C) 204 cm (D) 288 cm (C) 204 cm (D) 288 cm

041. A wire loop that encloses an area of 041. EH$ Vma H$m byn Omo {H$ 20cm2 H$m
20cm2 has a resistance of 10Ω. The joÌ’$b n[a~Õ H$aVm h¡ VWm BgH$m à{VamoY
loop is placed in a magnetic field of 10Ω h¡& Bg byn H$mo 2.4T Ho$ Mwå~H$s`
2.4T with its plane perpendicular to the joÌ ‘| Bg àH$ma aIm OmVm h¡ {H$ BgH$m
field .The loop is suddenly removed Vb Mwå~H$s` joÌ Ho$ bå~dV hmo& A~
from the field. How much charge flows byn H$mo Mwå~H$s` joÌ ‘| go EH$mEH$ hQ>m
past a given point in the wire? {X`m OmVm h¡ Vmo Vma (byn )Ho$ {H$gr q~Xw
(A) 2.4 × 10– 3C (B) 1.2 × 10– 4C go {H$VZm Amdoe àdm{hV hmoVm h¡ ?
(C) 10– 1C (D) 4.8 × 10– 4C (A) 2.4 × 10– 3C (B) 1.2 × 10– 4C
(C) 10– 1C (D) 4.8 × 10– 4C
042. A right isosceles triangle of side a has 042. EH$ g‘H$moU `wº$ g‘{Û~mhþ {Ì^wO {OgH$s
charges q, + 3q and – q arranged on
its vertices as shown in the figure .
{MÌmZwgma ^wOm a h¡ VWm Bg na Amdoe
What is the electric potential at point q, + 3q VWm – q BgHo$ erfm] na {MÌmZwgma
P midway between the line connecting ì`dpñWV h¡& Amdoe +q VWm – q H$mo OmoS>Zo
the + q and – q charges ? dmbr aoIm H$m ‘Ü` q~Xþ P h¡ Vmo q~Xþ
P na {dÚwV {d^d {H$VZm hmoJm?

3q 3q 3q 3q
(A) (B) (A) (B)
2 2 πεo a πεo a 2 2 πεo a πεo a
3q q 3q q
(C) (D) (C) (D)
2 πεo a πε 0a 2 πεo a πε0 a

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043. Shown below is a graph of current 043. ZrMo {X`m J`m J«m’$ S>m`moS> Ho$ {bE Ymam
versus applied voltage for a diode. (current) VWm Amamo{nV dmoëQ>Vm (voltage)
Approximately what is the resistance Ho$ ‘Ü` ~Zm`m J`m h¡ & Amamo{nV dmoëQ>Vm
of the diode for an applied voltage of −1.5V Ho$ {bE S>m`moS> H$m à{VamoY bJ^J
−1.5V? {H$VZm hmoJm?

(A) 1Ω (B) 2Ω (A) 1Ω (B) 2Ω


(C) ∞ (D) Zero (C) ∞ (D) eyÝ`

044. A sound wave is generated by the howl 044. EH$ ^o{‹S>`o H$s VoO AmdmO Ûmam am{Ì ‘|
of a wolf in the night. How would we EH$ Üd{Z Va§J CËnÝZ H$s OmVr h¡ (`hm±
describe the motion of a particular air J¡g AUwAm| Ho$ `mÑpÀN>H$ ^«‘U H$s Cnojm
molecule near the ground, a mile away H$aVo hþE) ^o{‹S>`o go EH$ ‘rb Xya O‘rZ
from the wolf, on average (i.e. ignoring na pñWV EH$ hdm Ho$ H$U H$s J{V Am¡gV
the random wandering of gas molecules)? ê$n go {H$g àH$ma àX{e©V hmoJr ?
(A) It moves away from the wolf at (A) `h ^o{‹S>`o go Xya H$s Va’$ Üd{Z H$s
the speed of sound Mmb go J{V H$aoJm&
(B) It moves back and forth (oscillating) (B) `h ^o{S‹ >`o H$s Va’$ AmJo nrN>o (XmobZr)
towards the wolf J{V H$aoJm &
(C) It moves in the horizontal circle. (C) `h EH$ jo{VO d¥Îm ‘| J{V H$aVm h¡&
(D) It moves up and down in an (D) `h D$na ZrMo EH$ XmobZr ê$n ‘|
oscillating fashion J{V H$aoJm &
045. Which of the following Material has 045. {ZåZ ‘| go g~go H$‘ à{VamoYH$Vm dmbm
lowest resistivity ? nXmW© h¡
(A) Silver (B) Manganin (A) Mm§Xr (B) ‘|¾tZ
(C) Copper (D) Constantan (C) Vmå~m (D) H$m|ñQ>oZZ

046. An incompressible non viscous fluid 046. EH$ Ag§nrS>ç Aí`mZ Ðd EH$ ~obZmH$ma
flows steadily through a cylindrical nmBn ‘| go gVV ê$n go ~h ahm h¡& BgHo$
pipe which has radius 2R at point A ~hmd H$s {Xem Ho$ AZw{Xe q~Xw A­ na
and radius R at point B farther along Ðd H$m doJ V h¡ & q~Xw A
­ na nmB©n H$s
the flow direction. If the velocity of {ÌÁ`m 2R h¡ VWm Ðd àdmh H$s {Xem ‘|
the fluid at point A is V, its velocity XyañW q~Xw B na nmB©n H$s {ÌÁ`m R h¡
at the point B will be Vmo q~Xw B na Ðd H$m doJ Š`m hmoJm ?
(A) V (B) V/2 (A) V (B) V/2
(C) 4V (D) 2V (C) 4V (D) 2V

047. In a room where the temperature is 047. EH$ H$‘ao H$m Vmn 30°C h¡ Bg‘| EH$
30°C a body cools from 61°C to 59°C dñVw H$mo 61°C go 59°C VH$ R>ÊS>r hmoZo
in 4 minutes. The time taken by the ‘| bJm g‘` 4 {‘ZQ> h¡ & dñVw H$mo
body to cool from 51°C to 49°C will 51°C go 49°C VH$ R>ÊS>r hmoZo ‘| bJm
be about g‘` bJ^J hmoJm
(A) 6 minutes (B) 5 minutes (A) 6 {‘ZQ> (B) 5 {‘ZQ>
(C) 8 minutes (D) 4 minutes (C) 8 {‘ZQ> (D) 4 {‘ZQ>

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048. A student’s 9.0 V, 7.5W portable radio 048. EH$ N>mÌ H$m 9.0 V Ed§ 7.5W H$m EH$
was left on from 9:00 P.M. until 3:00 ao{S>`mo 9:00 P.M go 3:00 A.M. VH$ Mmby
A.M. How much charge passed through ahVm h¡ Vmo Vma Ûmam {H$VZm Amdoe àdm{hV
the wires? hþAm?
(A) 12000C (B) 18000C (A) 12000C (B) 18000C
(C) 24000C (D) 6000C (C) 24000C (D) 6000C

049. A conducting wheel rim in which there 049. EH$ n{hE H$s MmbH$ n[a{Y na {MÌmZwgma
are three conducting rods of each of VrZ MmbH$ N>‹S>o EH$ g‘mZ Mwå~H$s` joÌ
length l is rotating with constant angular
B ‘| AMa H$moUr` doJ ω go KyU©Z H$a
velocity ω in a uniform magnetic field
B as shown in figure. The induced
ahr h¡ & àË`oH$ N>S> H$s bå~mB© l h¡ &
potential difference between its centre n{h`o H$s n[a{Y d H|$Ð Ho$ ‘Ü` CËnÝZ
and rim will be ào[aV {d^dmÝVa hmoJm

Bωl 2 Bωl 2
(A) (B) Bωl 2 (A) (B) Bωl2
2 2
3 3
(C) Bωl 2 (D) 0 (C) Bωl 2 (D) 0
2 2

050. An imaginary, closed spherical surface 050. EH$ H$mën{ZH$ JmobmH$ma ~§X gVh S H$s
S of radius R is centered on the origin. {ÌÁ`m R h¡ {OgH$m H|$Ð ‘yb q~Xþ na h¡&
A positive charge +q is originally at nhbo EH$ YZmË‘H$ Amdoe +q ‘yb q~Xþ na
the origin and electric flux through the aIm hþAm Wm VWm gVh go nm[aV {dÚwV
surface is ΦE. Three additional charges âbŠg ΦE Wm& A~ VrZ A{V[aº$ Amdoe
are now added along the x axis: −3q x Aj Ho$ AZw{Xe {ZåZ Vah go aIo OmVo
R R R
at x = - , + 5q at x = and 4q at h¢ −3q Amdoe x = -   na, +5q Amdoe
2 2 2
3R R
x= . The flux through S is now x= na VWm 4q Amdoe na h¡& A~
2 2
(A) 4ΦE (B) 6ΦE
gVh S go nm[aV âbŠg hmoJm
(A) 4ΦE (B) 6ΦE
(C) 7ΦE (D) 3ΦE (C) 7ΦE (D) 3ΦE

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CHEMISTRY / agm¶ZemñÌ
051. Which of the following reacts fastest with 051. gmÝÐ HCl Ho$ gmW {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm Vrd«V‘
conc. HCl ? ê$n go A{^{H«$`m H$aVm h¡
(A)
(A)
(B) (CH3)3COH
(B) (CH3)3COH
(C) CH2 = CH–CH2OH
(C) CH2 = CH–CH2OH
(D)
(D)

052. A polymer which is commonly used as a 052. ~hþbH$ Omo gm‘Ý`V`m nXmWm] H$s noqH$J ‘| H$m‘
packaging material is AmVm h¡
(A) Polypropylene (B) PVC (A) nmo{bàmonrbrZ (B) PVC
(C) Bakelite. (D) Polythene (C) ~¡Ho$bmB©Q> (D) nmobr{WZ

053. Which pair does not represent the cyclic 053. H$m¡Zgm `w½‘ C4H6 AUw gyÌ dmbo MH«$s` `m¡{JH$
compound of the molecular formula H$mo àX{e©V Zht H$aVm h¡
C4H6

(A) (A)

(B)
(B)

(C) (C)

(D) (D)

054. 054.

Product P in the above reaction is: Cnamoº$ A{^{H«$`m ‘| CËnmX P h¡

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

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055. The structure of carboxylate ion is best 055. H$m~m}pŠgboQ> Am`Z H$s g§aMZm H$m g~go AÀN>m
represented as: {Zê$nU h¡-
(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

056. Which one of the following is not a unit 056. {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgr D$Om© H$s BH$mB© Zht h¡ ?
of energy ? (A) kg. ms–2 (B) lit-atm
(A) kg. ms–2 (B) lit-atm (C) kg m2 s–2 (D) Nm
(C) kg m2 s–2 (D) Nm
057. When a liquid that is immiscible with 057. EH$ Ðd Omo Ob ‘| A{‘lUr` h¡ H$m ^mn AmgdZ
water was steam distilled at 95.2°C at a 95.2°C na VWm Hw$b Xm~ 99.652KPa na
total pressure of 99.652KPa. The distillate {H$`m J`m & AmgwV ‘| Ob Ho$ àË`oH$ J«m‘ Ho$
contained 1.27gm of the liquid per gram gmW Ðd H$m 1.27gm CnpñWV h¡ & `{X Ob
of water. What will be the molar mass of H$m dmînXm~ 95.2°C na 85.140KPa h¡ , Ðd
the liquid if the vapour pressure of water H$m ‘moba Ðì`‘mZ Š`m hmoJm ?
is 85.140KPa at 95.2°C ? (A) 105.74 gm mol–1
(A) 105.74 gm mol–1 (B) 99.65 gm mol–1
(B) 99.65 gm mol–1
(C) 18 gm mol–1
(C) 18 gm mol–1
(D) 134.1 gm mol–1 (D) 134.1 gm mol–1

058. What will happen if a cell is placed into 058. Š`m hmoVm h¡ `{X EH$ H$mo{eH$m H$mo 0.4% (Ðì`‘mZ
0.4% (mass/volume) NaCl solution /Am`VZ ) NaCl {db`Z ‘| aIm OmVm h¡?
(A) Cell will shrink (A) H$mo{eH$m {gHw$‹S> Om`oJr
(B) there will be no change in cell volume (B) H$mo{eH$m Ho$ Am`VZ ‘o H$moB© n[adV©Z Zht hmoJm
(C) Cell will dissolve (C) H$mo{eH$m {db` hmo Om`oJr
(D) H$mo{eH$m ’y${bV hmoJr
(D) Cell will swell
-8
059. What is pH of 2 # 10
-8
molar HCl 059. 2 # 10 ‘moba HCl {db`Z H$s pH
solution? Here log2  =  0.301 and Š`m hmoJr? ¶hm± log2  =  0.301 Ed§
log3 = 0.477 log3 = 0.477
(A) 7.7 (B) 6.92 (A) 7.7 (B) 6.92
(C) 9.5 (D) 5.4 (C) 9.5 (D) 5.4
060. If at cubic cell, atom A present all corners 060. `{X EH$ KZr` H$mo{eH$m Ho$ g^r H$moZm| na ­A
and atom B at the centre of each face. na‘mUw CnpñWV h¡ Am¡a àË`oH$ ’$bH$ Ho$ Ho$ÝÐH$
What will be the molecular formula of the na B na‘mUw CnpñWV h¡ `{X EH$ H$m`{dH$U© na
compounds, if all the atoms present on one CnpñWV g^r na‘mUwAm| H$mo na‘mUw C Ho$ Ûmam
body diagonal are replaced by atom C ? à{VñWm{nV H$a {X`m OmE Vmo `m¡{JH$ H$m AUw
gyÌ Š`m hmoJm?
(A) A3B12C4 (B) A3B12C (A) A3B12C4 (B) A3B12C
(C) AB12C3 (D) ABC3 (C) AB12C3 (D) ABC3
061. If a compound is formed by X, Y and Z
061. `{X EH$ `m¡{JH$ na‘mUw X,Y Am¡a Z go {‘bH$a ~Zm
atoms and Z is present on the corners,
Y is present 1 tetrahedral voids and X hmo `{X Z na‘mUw H$moZm| na CnpñWV hmo, Y na‘mUw1
2 1
atom in 1 octahedral voids, which of the 2 MVwî’$bH$s` [ap³VH$mAm| ‘| Am¡a X na‘mUw 2
2 AîQ>’$bH$s` [ap³VH$mAm| ‘| CnpñWV hmo Vmo `m¡{JH$
following will be the molecular formula
of the compound. H$m AUw gyÌ {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm hmoJm?
(A) X2ZY (B) X2Y4Z (A) X2ZY (B) X2Y4Z
(C) XYZ4 (D) XYZ (C) XYZ4 (D) XYZ

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062. If an element A is placed in 062. `{X VËd A {dÚwV amgm`{ZH$ loUr ‘| VËd B go
electrochemicals series above element B D$na h¡ bo{H$Z VËd C go ZrMo CnpñWV h¡, VËdm|
but below element C, then the order of H$s Am°ŠgrH$aU j‘Vm H$m H«$‘ Š`m hmoJm?
oxidation power of elements (A) C > B > A (B) C > A > B
(A) C > B > A (B) C > A > B
(C) B > A > C (D) A > B > C
(C) B > A > C (D) A > B > C
063. What will be the decreasing order of 063. {ZåZ H$m~m}YZm`Zmo§ Ho$ ñWm{`Ëd H$m KQ>Vm hþAm
stability of following carbocations ? H«$‘ hmoJm

(A) 1>2>3>5>4 (A) 1>2>3>5>4


(B) 5>4>3>2>1 (B) 5>4>3>2>1
(C) 1 > 2 >3 > 4 > 5 (C) 1 > 2 >3 > 4 > 5
(D) 3>5>4>1>2 (D) 3>5>4>1>2

064. 064.

In above reaction P and Q are
Cnamo³V A{^{H«$`m ‘| P VWm Q h¡
(A) (A)

(B) (B)

(C) (C)

(D) (D)

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065. The one electron species having ionization 065. EH$ BboŠQ´moZ ñnrerO {OgHo$ Am`ZZ D$Om©
energy of 54.4 eVs 54.4 BboŠQ´moZ dmoëQ> h¡ -
(A) Be+3 (B) He+ (A) Be+3 (B) He+
(C) H (D) Be+2 (C) H (D) Be+2

066. Which of the following set of quantum 066. {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgo ³dm§Q>‘ g§»`mAmo H$m
numbers represents the highest energy g‘yh na‘mUw H$s CƒV‘ D$Om© H$mo {Zé{nV
of an atom ? H$aVm h¡
1
1 (A) n = 3, l = 1, m = 1, s = +
(A) n = 3, l = 1, m = 1, s = + 2
2 1
1 (B) n = 3, l = 2, m = 1, s = +
(B) n = 3, l = 2, m = 1, s = + 2
2
1
1 (C) n = 4, l = 0, m = 0, s = -
(C) n = 4, l = 0, m = 0, s = - 2
2
1
1 (D) n = 3, l = 0, m = 4, s = +
(D) n = 3, l = 0, m = 4, s = + 2
2
067. In OF2, oxygen has hybridization of 067. OF2 ‘| Am°ŠgrOZ H$m g§H$aU h¡
(A) sp2 (B) sp3 (A) sp2 (B) sp3
(C) BZ‘| go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht (D) sp
(C) None of the options (D) sp
- 3- 2- - 2-
068.
- 3-
Amongst NO3 , AsO3 , CO3 , ClO3 ,
2- - 068. NO3 , AsO3 , CO3 , ClO3 , SO3 Am¡a
3-
2- 3-
SO3 and BO3 the non-planar species are BO3 ‘| go Ag‘Vb ñnrerO h¡
3- 2- 2-

3- 2-
(A) AsO3 , CO3 and SO3
2-
(A) AsO3 , CO3 VWm SO3
- 2- 3-

-
(B) NO , CO
3
2-
3 and BO
3-
3
(B) NO3 , CO3 VWm BO3
2- - 3-

2- -
(C) SO , ClO and BO
3 3
3-
3
(C) SO3 , ClO3 VWm BO3
2- 2- 3-

2-
(D) CO , SO
3
2-
3 and BO
3-
3
(D) CO3 , SO3 VWm BO3

069. The Lewis acidity of BF3 is less than 069. BF3 H$s bwB©g Aåbr`Vm BCl3 go H$‘ h¡
BCl 3 even though fluorine is more O~{H$ âbmo[aZ H$s {dÚwV F$UVm ŠbmoarZ
electronegative than chlorine. It is due to go A{YH$ h¡ & BgH$m H$maU h¡ -
(A) stronger 2p(B)–2p(F) π - bonding (A) à~b 2p(B)–2p(F) π - ~ÝYZ
(B) stronger 1p(B)–3p (Cl) σ - bonding (B) à~b 1p(B)–3p (Cl) σ - ~ÝYZ
(C) stronger 2p(B)-3p(Cl) π - bonding (C) à~b   2p(B)–3p(Cl) π - ~ÝYZ
(D) stronger 2p(B)–2p (F) σ - bonding (D) à~b 2p(B)–2p (F) σ - ~ÝYZ

070. The IUPAC name of the compound is: 070. `m¡{JH$ H$m AmB©.`y.nr.E.gr.Zm‘ h¡


(A) 6-keto-2-methyl hexamide (A) 6-H$sQ>mo -2-‘o{Wb hoŠgm‘mBS
(B) 2-carbamoylhexanal (B) 2-H$m~m}‘mo`bhoŠgoZob
(C) 2-carbamoylhex-3-enal (C) 2- H$m~m}‘mo`bhoŠg -3-BZob
(D) 2-methyl-6-oxohex-3-enamide (D) 2-‘o{Wb-6 Am°ŠgmohoŠg-3-BZm‘mBS>

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071. The IUPAC name of 071. {ZåZ H$m AmB©.`y.nr.E.gr. Zm‘ h¡

is is

(A) 2-Bromo-1-chloro-5-fluoro-3-iodo (A) 2-~«mo‘mo-1-Šbmoamo-5-âbmoamo-3-Am`S>mo


benzene ~oÝOrZ
(B) 4-Bromo-2-chloro-5-iodo-1-fluoro (B) 4-~«m‘
o mo-2-Šbmoamo-5-Am`S>m-o 1- âbmoamo
benzene ~oÝOrZ
(C) 2-carbamoylhex-3-enal (C) 2-H$m~m}‘mo`bhoŠg -3-BZob
(D) 1-Bromo-2-chloro-3-fluoro-6-iodo (D) 1-~«mo‘mo-2-Šbmoamo-3-âbmoamo-6-Am`S>mo
benzene ~oÝOrZ
072. Which of the following compounds 072. {ZåZ `m¡{JH$m| ‘| go {H$g‘o H$‘ go H$‘
contain at least one secondary alcohol EH$ {ÛVr` EëH$mohb h¡?
?


(A) (i), (ii), (iii) (A) (i), (ii), (iii)
(B) (i), (ii), (iii), (v) (B) (i), (ii), (iii), (v)
(C) (i), (iii), (v) (C) (i), (iii), (v)
(D) (i), (ii), (iv), (vi) (D) (i), (ii), (iv), (vi)

073 Transition state 2 (T.S.2) is structurally 073 g§aMZmË‘H$ ê$n go g§H«$‘U AdñWm 2 (T.S.2)
most likely as: A{YH$ g‘mZ h¡

(A) transition state 3(T.S.3) (A) g§H«$‘U AdñWm 3 (T.S.3)


(B) intermediate 2 (B) ‘Ü`dVu 2 (intermediate 2)
(C) product (C) CËnmX (product)
(D) intermediate 1 (D) ‘Ü`dVu 1 (intermediate 1)

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074. The decreasing order of electron affinity 074. BboŠQ´moZ AmË‘r`Vm (~§YwVm) H$m KQ>Vm hþAm
is: H«$‘ h¡-
(A) Cl > F > Br > I (A) Cl > F > Br > I
(B) I > Br > Cl > F (B) I > Br > Cl > F
(C) Br > Cl > F > I (C) Br > Cl > F > I
(D) F > Cl > Br > I (D) F > Cl > Br > I

075. The isomerism exhibited by following 075. AYmo{bpIV `m¡{JH$m| [Co(NH3)6][Cr(CN)6]


compounds [Co(NH3)6][Cr(CN)6] and VWm [Cr(NH3)6][Cr(CN)6] Ûmam g‘md`Vm
[Cr(NH3)6][Cr(CN)6] is àX{e©V hmo ahr h¡ -
(A) Coordination isomerism (A) Cnghg§`moOZ g‘md`Vm
(B) Ionization isomerization (B) Am`ZZ g‘md`Vm
(C) Polymerisation isomerism (C) ~hþbH$sH$aU g‘md`Vm
(D) Linkage isomerism (D) ~ÝYZr g‘md`Vm

076. For the reaction 076. A{^{H«$`m 2SO 2 + O 2 (excess) " 2SO3 Ho$
2SO 2 + O 2 (excess) " 2SO3 the order of {bE O2 Ho$ gÝX^© (gmnoj ) ‘| A{^{H«$`m H$s
reaction with respect to O2 is H$mo{Q> h¡
(A) one (B) two (A) EH$ (B) Xmo
(C) three (D) zero (C) VrZ (D) eyÝ`
077. Friedel – Craft reaction is not related 077. ’«$sSo>b-H«$mâQ> A{^{H«$`m {ZåZ{bpIV ‘| go
with: gå~§{YV Zht h¡
(A) Nitration (B) Acylation (A) ZmBQ´rH$aU (B) E{g{bH$aU
(C) Reduction (D) Sulphonation (C) AnM`Z (D) gë’$mo{ZH$aU

078. Compound has the 078. `m¡{JH$ Ho$ {bE CngJ© h¡

following prefix
(A) Z (B) Q´m§g
(A) Z (B) trans
(C) Anti (D) E (C) EÝQ>r (D) E

079. The molecule C3O2 has a linear structure. 079. AUw C3O2 H$s g§aMZm a¡pIH$ h¡ & Bg `m¡{JH$ ‘|
This compound has (A) 3 σ VWm 2 π Am~ÝY
(A) 3 σ and 2 π bonds (B) 2 σ VWm 3 π Am~ÝY
(B) 2 σ and 3 π bonds (C) 3 σ VWm 4 π Am~ÝY
(C) 3 σ and 4 π bonds (D) 4 σ VWm 4 π  Am~ÝY
(D) 4 σ and 4 π bonds

080. The structure of XeF2 and NH3 080. XeF2 VWm NH3 H$s g§aMZmE± h¢ H«$‘e…
respectively are (A) a¡pIH$, {nar{‘{S>`
(A) linear, pyramidal (B) a¡pIH$, T>ÝHw$br (gr gm°)
(B) linear, see-saw
(C) ~§{H$V T>ÝHw$br (gr gm°)
(C) bent, see-saw
(D) bent, tetrahedral (D) ~§{H$V, MVwî’$bH$s`

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081. The number of lone pair(s) of electrons 081. 6 BrF4 @ , XeF6 VWm 6SbCl6 @3- Ho$ Ho$ÝÐr`
-

on the central atom in 6 BrF4 @ , XeF6 and


-
na‘mUw na EH$mH$s BboŠQ´moZ `w½‘m| H$s g§»`m h¡
6SbCl6 @3- are, respectively. H«$‘e…
(A) 1, 0 and 0 (B) 2,1 and 1 (A) 1, 0 VWm 0 (B) 2,1 VWm 1
(C) 2,1 and 0 (D) 2,0 and 1 (C) 2,1 VWm 0 (D) 2,0 VWm 1

082. Which one is not the property of 082. H$m¡Zgm EH$ {H«$ñQ>br` R>mogm| H$m JwU Zht h¡ ?
crystalline soild ? (A) VrúU JbZm§H$ {~ÝXþ
(A) Sharp melting point (B) {Z{üV Ed§ {Z`{‘V Á`m{‘Vr`
(B) A definite and regular geometry (C) Cƒ AÝVampÊdH$ ~b
(C) High intermolecular forces (D) g‘X¡{eH$
(D) isotropic
083. EH$ Admînerb {dbo` Ho$ {bE
083. For a non-volatile solute: (A) {dbm`H$ H$m dmînXm~ eyÝ` hmoVm h¡
(A) vapour pressure of solvent is zero (B) {db`Z H$m dmînXm~ {dbm`H$ Ho$ dmînXm~
(B) vapour pressure of solution is more go A{YH$ hmoVm h¡
than vapour pressure of solvent (C) {X¶o JE g^r {dH$ën ghr h¡
(C) all of the options (D) {dbo` H$m dmînXm~ eyÝ` hmoVm h¡
(D) vapour pressure of solute is zero
084. {‘gob h¡
084. Micelles are:
(A) ghMmar H$mobmBS>
(A) associated colloids
(B) adsorbed catalyst (B) A{Yemo{fV CËàoaH$
(C) ideal solution (C) AmXe© {db`Z
(D) gel (D) Oob

085. Milk is an emulsion in which: 085. XyY EH$ nm`g h¡ {Og‘|


(A) a solid is dispersed in water (A) EH$ R>mog H$m Ob ‘| n[ajonU ahVm h¡
(B) a gas is dispersed in water (B) EH$ J¡g H$m Ob ‘| n[ajonU ahVm h¡
(C) lactose is dispersed in water (C) boŠQ>mog H$m Ob ‘| n[ajonU ahVm h¡
(D) Milk fat is dispersed in water (D) XyY dgm H$m Ob ‘| n[ajonU ahVm h¡

086. If enthalpies of formation for C2H4(g), 086. `{X C2H4(g), CO2(g) Am¡a H2O(l) Ho$ {bE
CO2(g) and H2O(l) at 25º C and 1 atm 25º C EH$ dm`w‘§S>br` Xm~ na {daMZ H$s
pressure be 52, –394 and –286 kJ mol–1 EÝWoënr H«$‘e… 52, –394 Am¡a –286 {H$bmo Oyb
respectively, enthalpy of combustion of
C2H4 (g) will be
‘mob –1 h¡, C2H4 (g) Ho$ XhZ H$s EÝWoënr hmoJr-
(A) +1412 kJ mol–1 (B) –141.2 kJ mol–1 (A) +1412 kJ mol–1 (B) –141.2 kJ mol–1
(C) –1412 kJ mol–1 (D) +141.2 kJ mol–1 (C) –1412 kJ mol–1 (D) +141.2 kJ mol–1

087. Which graph shows zero activation 087. A{^{H«$`m (reaction) Ho$ {bE H$m¡Zgm J«m’$
energy for reaction ? eyÝ` g{H«$`U D$Om© Xem©Vm h¡ ?

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

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088. Which of the following is correct for a 088. àW‘ H$mo{Q> H$s A{^{H«$`m Ho$ {bE {ZåZ ‘| go
first order reaction ? H$m¡Zgm ghr h¡?
1 0 1
(A) t1/2 \ (B) t1/2 \ a (A) t1/2 \ (B) t1/2 \ a
0
a a
2
(C) t1/2 \ a (D) t1/2 \ a
2
(C) t1/2 \ a (D) t1/2 \ a
089. 8.50gm of NH3 is present in 250 ml 089. 250 ml ‘| 8.50 J«m‘ A‘mo{Z`m CnpñWV h¡ &
volume. Its active mass is: BgH$m g{H«$` Ðì`‘mZ h¡ -
(A) 0.5 ML–1 (B) 1.5 ML–1 (A) 0.5 ML–1 (B) 1.5 ML–1
(C) 2.0 ML–1 (D) 1.0 ML–1 (C) 2.0 ML–1 (D) 1.0 ML–1

090.
The equilibrium constants of the reaction 090. A{^{H«$`m
1 1
SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g) ? SO3 (g) SO 2 (g) + O (g) ? SO3 (g) Am¡a
2 2 2
2SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g) ? 2SO3 (g)   H$o amgm`{ZH$
and 2SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g) ? 2SO3 (g)   are K1
and K2 respectively. The relationship gmå` pñWam§H$ H«$‘e… K1 Ed§ K2 h¡, K1 Am¡a
between K1 and K2 will be: K2 ‘| gå~ÝY hmoJm ?
3 2 3
(A) K 2 = K1 (B) K1 = K 2 (A) K 2 = K1 (B) K12 = K 2
(C) K 2 = K1 (D) K1 = K2 (C) K 2 = K1 (D) K1 = K2

091. 091.

pair is known as `w½‘ H$hbmVm h¡


(A) threo stereoisomers (A) {W«`mo {Ì{d‘ g‘md`r
(B) structure isomers (B) g§aMZm g‘md`r
(C) geometrical isomers (C) Á`m{‘{V g‘md`r
(D) erythro stereoisomers (D) E[aW«mo {Ì{d‘ g‘md`r

092. Which defect in any crystal lowers its 092. {H$gr {H«$ñQ>b ‘| H$m¡Zgr Ìw{Q> BgHo$ KZËd H$mo
density? H$‘ H$aVr h¡
(A) Frenkel (B) Schottky (A) ’«|$Ho$b (B) emoQ>H$s
(C) Interstitial (D) F centre (C) A§VamH$mer (D) F Ho$ÝÐ
093. The half life period of a radio active 093. EH$ ao{S>`mo g{H«$` VËd H$s AY© Am`w 30 {XZ h¡
element is 30 days, after 90 days the 90 {XZ ~mX CgH$s {ZåZ ‘mÌm eof ahoJr -
following quantity will be left 1 1
1 1 (A) (B)
(A) (B) 4 2
4 2 1 1
1 1 (C) (D)
(C) (D) 6 8
6 8
094. What is the number of atoms in the unit 094. H$m` H|${ÐV KZr` {H«$ñQ>b H$s EH$H$ H$mo{ð>H$m ‘|
cell of body centered cubic crystal ? na‘mUwAm§o H$s g§»`m Š`m hmoVr h¡ ?
(A) 2 (B) 1 (A) 2 (B) 1
(C) 3 (D) 4 (C) 3 (D) 4

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095. When Grignard reagent reacts with 095. O~ {J«Ý`ma A{^H$‘©H$ H$sQ>m|Z go A{^{H«$`m
ketone it yields H$aVm h¡ Vmo àmá hmoVm h¡ -
(A) 2o alcohol (B) 3o alcohol (A) 2° EëH$mohb (B) 3° EëH$mohb
(C) Ethanol (D) 1o alcohol (C) EWoZmob (D) 1° EëH$mohb

096. Formula of Bleaching powder is: 096. ãbrqMJ nmCS>a H$m gyÌ h¡
(A) CaOCl2 (B) Ca(OH)2 (A) CaOCl2 (B) Ca(OH)2
(C) CHCl3 (D) CCl3CHO (C) CHCl3 (D) CCl3CHO

+
097. The geometry around the central atom in 097. ClF 4 ‘| Ho$ÝÐr` na‘mUw Ho$ Mmamo Amoa Á`m{‘{V
+
ClF 4 is h¡ -
(A) square pyramidal (A) dJ© {nam{‘S>r`
(B) octahedral (B) Aï>’$bH$s`
(C) trigonal bipyramidal (C) {ÌH$moUr` {Û {nam{‘S>r`
(D) square planar (D) dJ© g‘Vbr`
098. Among the following, the equilibrium 098. Xm~ ~‹T>mZo na {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm gmå` à^m{dV
which is NOT affected by an increase in Zht hmoVm h¡
pressure is
(A) H 2 (g) + I 2 (s) ? 2HI (g)
(A) H 2 (g) + I 2 (s) ? 2HI (g)
(B) C (s) + H 2 O (g) ? CO (g) + H 2 (g)
(B) C (s) + H 2 O (g) ? CO (g) + H 2 (g)
(C) 3Fe (s) + 4H 2 O (g) ? Fe3 O 4 (s) + 4H 2 (g) (C) 3Fe (s) + 4H 2 O (g) ? Fe3 O 4 (s) + 4H 2 (g)
(D) 2SO3 (g) ? 2SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g) (D) 2SO3 (g) ? 2SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g)

099. In the manufacture of ammonia by 099. ho~a àH«$‘ Ho$ Ûmam A‘mo{Z`m Ho$ {Z‘m©U ‘|
Haber’s process N 2 (g) + 3H 2 (g) ? 2NH3 (g) + 92.3kJ
N 2 (g) + 3H 2 (g) ? 2NH3 (g) + 92.3kJ {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgr eV© à{VHy$b h¡ ?
Which of the following conditions is (A) Xm~ H$m ~‹T>Zm
unfavourable ? (B) Vmn H$m KQ>Zm
(A) Increasing the pressure
(C) A‘mo{Z`m Ho$ {Z‘m©U Ho$ gmW BgH$m
(B) Reducing the temperature
(C) Removing ammonia as it is formed
{ZH$bZm
(D) Increasing the temperature (D) Vmn ~‹T>Zm

100. Which of the following compounds can 100. {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm `m¡{JH$ Á`m{‘Vr` g‘md`Vm
exhibit both geometrical isomerism and VWm à{V{~å~ ê$nU (enantiomerism) XmoZm|
enantiomerism ? H$mo Xem©Vm h¡ ?
(A) (A)

(B) (B)

(C) CH3 - CHOH - COOH (C) CH3 - CHOH - COOH


(D) CH3 - CH = CH - CH3 (D) CH3 - CH = CH - CH3

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MATHEMATICS / J{UV
12 12
101. If, _1 + i 3 i = a + ib Here a and b 101. ¶{X _1 + i 3 i = a + ib h¡ a VWm b
are real, then the value of b is dmñV{dH$ h¢ Vmo b H$m ‘mZ h¡12
12
(A) 1 (B) _ 3 i (A) 1 (B) _ 3 i
12 12
(C) _ 2 i (D) 0 (C) _ 2 i (D) 0
2 2
102. If f (θ) = 2 (sec θ + cos θ), then its 102. ¶{X f (θ) = 2 (sec 2 θ + cos 2 θ), h¡ Vmo BgH$m
value always ‘mZ gX¡d
(A) f _θ i = 2 (B) 4 > f (θ) >2 (A) f _θ i = 2 (B) 4 > f (θ) >2
(C) f (θ) $ 4 (D) f _θ i <2 (C) f (θ) $ 4 (D) f _θ i <2

103. If cot x - tan x = 2 , then generalized 103. ¶{X cot x - tan x = 2 , h¡ Vmo ì`mnH$ hb
solution is (here n is integer) h¡ (`hm± n EH$ nyUmªH$ h¡)
(A) x = nπ + π (B) x = nπ + π (A) x = nπ + π (B) x = nπ + π
4 2 8 4 2 8
nπ π π nπ π
(C) x = + (D) x = 2nπ +
4 16 2 (C) x = + (D) x = 2nπ + π
4 16 2
104. A plane is flying horizontally at a 104. EH$ {d‘mZ O‘rZ go 1Km D±$MmB© na
height of 1Km from ground. Angle j¡{VO {Xem ‘| C‹S> ahm h¡ & {H$gr jU
of elevation of the plane at a certain
instant is 60°. After 20 seconds angle
na {d‘mZH$m CÝZ`Z H$moU 60° h¡& 20
of elevation is found 30°. The speed goH$ÊS> ~mX CÝZ`Z H$moU 30° nm`m J`m
of plane is Vmo {d‘mZ H$s Mmb h¡
200 200
(A) m /s (B) 100 3 m/s (A) m /s (B) 100 3 m/s
3 3
100 100
(C) 200 3 m/s (D) m /s (C) 200 3 m/s (D) m /s
3 3
2 3 4
105. sin θ cos θ - sin θ cos θ is equal 105.
2 3
sin θ cos θ - sin θ cos θ
4
~am~a h¡
(A) 1 cos θ sin 4θ (B) 1 sin 2 2θ (A) 1 cos θ sin 4θ (B) 1 sin 2 2θ
4 2 4 2
(C) 1 sin θ sin 4θ (D) 1 cos θ sin 4θ
1
(C) 1 sin θ sin 4θ (D) 2 cos θ sin 4θ
4 2 4

106. If 2 sin C cos A = sin B, then ∆ ABC is 106. ¶{X 2 sin C cos A = sin B,   h¡  Vmo ∆ ABC h¡
(A) equilateral triangle (A) g‘~mhþ {Ì^wO
(B) right angle triangle
(B) g‘H$moU `wº$ {Ì^wO
(C) none of the options
(C) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht
(D) Isosceles triangle
(D) g‘{Û~mhþ {Ì^wO
Value of the tan 9 1 cos- 1 a 2 kC is
tan 9 cos a kC
107. 1 -1 2
2 3 107. {ZåZ H$m ‘mZ h¡
2 3
(A) 1 - 5 (B) 1
2 (A) 1 - 5 (B) 1
5 2 5
(C) 3 (D) 5 3 5
10 2 (C) (D)
10 2

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2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
108. If r = x + y + z and 108. ¶{X r = x + y + z VWm
yz - 1 xz π - 1 yz - 1 xz π -1
tanxr + tan yr = 2 - tan φ then
-1 -1
tan xr + tan yr = - tan φ Vmo
2
yz zr yz xz zr
(A) φ = xr + xzyr (B) φ = xy (A) φ = xr + yr (B) φ = xy
xy x+ y xy x+ y
(C) φ = zr (D) φ = zr (C) φ = zr (D) φ = zr

109. Consider digits 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 109. A§H$ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 VWm 7 br{OE& BZ


7. Using these digits, numbers of five A§H$mo§ H$m Cn`moJ H$aVo hþE nm±M A§H$mo§ H$s
digits are formed. Then probability of g§»`mE± ~ZmB© OmVr h¢ Vmo BZ nm±M A§H$mo§
these such five digit numbers that have
H$s Eogr g§»`mAmo§ Ho$ XmoZm| {gam| na {df‘
odd digits at their both ends is
A§H$ AmZo H$s àm{`H$Vm Š`m hmoJr?
2 3 2 3
(A) (B) (A) (B)
7 7 7 7
1 1
(C) None of the options (D) (C) (D)
7 BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht 7
110. Out of 100 bicycles, ten bicycles have 110. gm¡ gmB{H$bm| ‘o go 10 gmB{H$bo§ n§Ma h¢¡
puncture. What is the probability of Vmo nm±M gmB{H$bm| Ho$ à{VXe© (goånb) ‘o
not having any punctured bicycle in a go {H$gr ^r gmB©{H$b ‘o§ n§Ma Zht hmoZo
sample of 5 bicycles ?
1 1
H$s àm{`H$Vm Š`m hmoJr?
(A) 5 (B) 9 1 1
2 5 2 (A) 5 (B) 9
9 2 5 2
1
(C) d n (D) 9 1
10 10
5
(C) d n (D)
10 10
5

111. Probability of solving a particular 111. ì`{º$ A H$s {H$gr {d{eð> àý H$mo hb H$aZo
question by person A is 1/3 and H$s àm{`H$Vm 1/3 h¡ VWm Cgr àý H$mo ì`{º$
probability of solving that question by
B Ûmam hb H$aZo H$s àm{`H$Vm 2/5 h¡& CZ
person B is 2/5. What is the probability
of solving that question by at least one
XmoZm| ‘o§ go H$‘ go H$‘ EH$ Ho$ Ûmam Cg
of them ? àý H$mo hb H$aZo H$s àm{`H$Vm Š`m hmoJr?
(A) 2/3 (B) 3/5 (A) 2/3 (B) 3/5
(C) 7/9 (D) 2/5 (C) 7/9 (D) 2/5

112. Four men and three women are 112. Mma nwéf VWm VrZ ‘{hbmE± EH$ bmBZ
standing in a line for railway ticket. (n§{º$) ‘o aobdo {Q>H$Q> Ho$ {bE I‹S>o h¢
The probability of standing them in
Vmo CZHo$ EH$m§Va H«$‘ ‘o I‹S>o hmoZo H$s
alternate manner is
àm{`H$Vm Š`m hmoJr?
(A) 1 (B) 1 (A) 1 (B) 1
33 84 33 84
(C) 1 (D) 1 (C) 1 (D) 1
7 35 7 35

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113. log3 2, log6 2, log12 2 are in 113. log3 2, log6 2, log12 2 h¡
(A) G.P. (B) H.P. (A) G.P. ‘| (B) H.P. ‘|
(C) None of the options (D) A.P. (C) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht (D) A.P. ‘|
114. If p, q, r, s, t and u are in A.P. then 114. `{X p, q, r, s, t VWm u g‘mÝVa loUr
difference (t - r) is equal (A. P.) ‘| h¡§ Vmo AÝVa (t - r) ~am~a h¡
(A) 2 (u - q) (B) 2 (s - r) (A) 2 (u - q) (B) 2 (s - r)
(C) (u - q) (D) 2 (s - p) (C) (u - q) (D) 2 (s - p)

115. Value of 7_logb ai _log c bi _log a ciA 115. 7_logb ai _log c bi _log a ciA H$m ‘mZ h¡
(A) 1 (B) abc (A) 1 (B) abc
(C) log abc (D) 0 (C) log abc (D) 0
1 + 1 + 1 + 1 +
116. If p = 1 then 116. ¶{X p= 1 Vmo
log3 π log 4 π log3 π log 4 π
(A) 2   <   p   <   2.5
(A) 2   <   p   <   2.5
(B) 2.5  <   p   <   3
(B) 2.5  <   p   <   3
(C)  p   >   3
(C)  p   >   3
(D) 1.5  <   p   <   2
(D) 1.5  <   p   <   2
10 10
2
3x + 5
2
3x + 5
117. In the expansion of f 2p
117. f 2p Ho$ {dñVma ‘§o ‘ܶ nX h¡
5 3 x 5 3x
midterm is
(A) 284 (B) 291
(A) 284 (B) 291
(C) 242 (D) 252
(C) 242 (D) 252

2
118. If roots of equation of x + x + 1 = 0 118. ¶{X g‘rH$aU x 2 + x + 1 = 0 Ho$ ‘yb a, b
2
are a, b and roots of x + px + q = 0 h¡ VWm x 2 + px + q = 0 Ho$ ‘yb ba , ba Vmo
a b
are , a then value of p + q is p + q H$m ‘mZ h¡&
b
(A) 1 (B) 2 (A) 1 (B) 2
2 +1 2 +1
(C) (D) – 1 (C) (D) – 1
2 2
3 3
1/a bc a 1/a bc a
3 3
119. The value of Determinant 1/b ca b 119. gma{UH$ 1/b ca b H$m ‘mZ h¡$
3 3
1/c ab c 1/c ab c
(A) (a - b) (b - c) (c - a) (A) (a - b) (b - c) (c - a)
2 2 2

2 2 2
(B) a b c (a - b) (b - c) (c - a) (B) a b c (a - b) (b - c) (c - a)

(C) None of the options (C) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht


(D) 0 (D) 0

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3 - 1 3x - 2x 8
120. ¶{X > H > H +> H = > H h¡ Vmo
3 - 1 3x - 2x 8
120. If > H > H +> H = > H, the
0 6 1 3 9 0 6 1 3 9
value of x is x H$m ‘mZ h¡
2 3 2 3
(A) - (B) - (A) - (B) -
9 8 9 8
(C) None of the options (D) 7 (C) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht (D) 7

121. Consider A and B two square matrices 121. EH$ hr H$mo{Q> H$s Xmo dJ© ‘o{Q´Šgmo A VWm
of same order. Select the correct B na {dMma H$s{OE& {ZåZ ‘o§ go H$m¡Zgm
alternative H$WZ gË` h¡
(A) If AB = 0 either A or B must be (A) ¶{X AB = 0 V~ ¶m Vmo A ¶m B  eyݶ
zero matrix ‘¡{Q´>³g hr hmoJr&
(B) AB must be greater than A (B) AB H$m ‘mZ A go ~‹S>m hr hmoJm
1 1
(C) > H is not unit matrix. 1 1

1 1 (C) > H BH$mB© ‘o{Q´>³g Zht h¡
1 1
(D) A + B must be greater than A (D) A + B H$m  ‘mZ A   go  ~‹S>m hr hmoJm
122. Function f : N " N, f (x) = 2x + 3 is 122. ’$bZ f : N " N, f (x) = 2x + 3 h¡
(A) One-one Into function (A) EH¡$H$s AÝVj}nr
(B) Many- one Onto function (B) ~hþEoH$s AmÀN>mXH$
(C) Many -one Into function (C) ~hþEoH$s AÝVj}nr
(D) One-one Onto function (D) EH¡$H$s AmÀN>mXH$
123. If domain of the function 123. ¶{X ’$bZ 2
f (x) = x - 6x + 7H$m àmÝV
2
f (x) = x - 6x + 7 is (- 3, 3) then its
( - 3, 3 ) h¡ Vmo BgH$m n[aga hmoJm
range is
(A) [- 2, 3) (B) [- 2, 3] (A) [- 2, 3) (B) [- 2, 3]
(C) (- 3, - 2) (D) (- 3, 3) (C) (- 3, - 2) (D) (- 3, 3)
124. The resultant of two forces P and Q 124. `{X Xmo ~bm| P VWm Q Ho$ n[aUm‘r H$m n[a‘mU
is of magnitude P. If the force P is P h¡& `{X ~b P H$mo XþJwZm H$a {X`m OmE
doubled , Q remaining the same, then d ~b Q H$mo An[ad{V©V aIm OmE Vmo ZE
angle between new resultant and the n[aUm‘r VWm ~b Q Ho$ ‘Ü` H$moU hmoJm
force Q is (A) 45° (B) 60°
(A) 45° (B) 60° (C) 90° (D) 30°
(C) 90° (D) 30°
125. The centre of gravity (centre of mass) 125. EH$ N>S‹ > bå~mB© L h¡ BgH$m aoIr` Ðì`‘mZ
of a rod (of length L) whose linear KZËd BgHo$ EH$ {gao go Xyar Ho$ dJ© Ho$ AZwgma
mass density varies as the square of n[ad{V©V hmo ahm h¡& Bg N>S‹ > H$m JwéËd Ho$ÝÐ
the distance from one end is at (Ðì`‘mZ Ho$ÝÐ) BgHo$ {gao go {ZåZ na hmoJm
3L 3L 3L 3L
(A) (B) (A) (B)
4 5 4 5
2L L 2L L
(C) (D) (C) (D)
5 3 5 3

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126. Three forces each of magnitude F are 126. VrZ ~b {OZH$m àË`oH$ H$m n[a‘mU F h¡
applied along the edges of a regular H$mo EH$ {Z`{‘V fQ²^Ow Ho$ H$moamo§ ({H$Zmam|) Ho$
hexagon as shown in the figure. Each AZw{Xe {MÌmZwgma Amamo{nV {H$`o OmVo h¡&§ fQ²^Ow
side of hexagon is a. What is the
resultant moment (torque) of these H$s àË`oH$ ^wOm a h¡& Ho$ÝÐ O Ho$ gmnoj BZ
three forces about centre O? VrZ ~bm| H$m n[aUm‘r AmKyU© Š`m hmoJm?

3 3 3 3 3 3
(A) aF (B) aF (A) aF (B) aF
2 2 2 2
1 1
(C) aF (D) 3aF (C) aF (D) 3aF
2 2
127. The coordinates of a moving point 127. EH$ Vb ‘| J{V‘mZ EH$ {~ÝXþ H$U H$m
particle in a plane at time t is given by g‘` t na {ZX}em§H$, x = a (t + sin t),
x = a (t + sin t),    y = a (1 - cos t) . T h e y = a (1 - cos t) h¡ Vmo H$U Ho$ ËdaU H$m
magnitude of acceleration of the particle is n[a‘mU h¡
(A) 3 a (B) 2 a (A) 3 a (B) 2 a
3 3
(C) a (D) a (C) a (D) a
2 2
128. A point particle moves along a straight 128. EH$ {~ÝXþ H$U EH$ gab aoIm ‘| x = t
line such that x = t where t is time. Ho$ AZwgma J{V H$a ahm h¡ Ohm± t g‘`
Then ratio of acceleration to cube of h¡& V~ H$U Ho$ ËdaU H$m doJ Ho$ KZ
the velocity is Ho$ gmW AZwnmV hmoJm
(A) −2 (B) −1 (A) −2 (B) −1
(C) −0.5 (D) −3 (C) −0.5 (D) −3
129. A body of mass m falls from rest through 129. EH$ dñVw {OgH$m Ðì`‘mZ m h¡ {dam‘ go h
a height h under gravitation acceleration g
and is then brought to rest by penetrating D±$MmB© go JwéËdr` ËdaU g Ho$ A§VJ©V {JaVr
through a depth d into some sand. The h¡ VWm `h aoV ‘| JhamB© d VH$ Y±gVr h¡&
average deceleration of the body during aoV ‘| Y±gZo Ho$ Xm¡amZ Am¡gV ‘ÝXZ hmoJm
penetration into sand is 2 gd gh
2

gd gh (A) (B)
(A) (B) h2 d
2
h2 d
2
gh gh
gh gh (C) 2 (D)
(C) 2 (D) 2d d
2d d
130. A normal is drawn at a point (x1, y1) of 130. nadb` y 2 = 16x Ho$ {~ÝXþ (x1, y1) na EH$
2
the parabola y = 16x and this normal A{^bå~ Ir§Mm OmVm h¡ `h A{^bå~
makes equal angle with both x and y XmoZm| Ajmo§ x VWm y Ho$ gmW ~am~a H$moU
axes. Then point (x1, y1) is ~ZmVm h¡ Vmo {~ÝXþ (x1, y1) h¡
(A) (2, – 8) (B) (4, – 8) (A) (2, – 8) (B) (4, – 8)
(C) (1, – 4) (D) (4, – 4) (C) (1, – 4) (D) (4, – 4)
131. Two vectors A = 3 and B = 4 are 131. Xmo g{Xe A = 3 VWm B = 4 nañna bå~dV
perpendicular. Resultant of both these
vectors is R. The projection of the h¢& BZ XmoZm| g{Xemo§ H$m n[aUm‘r R h¡& g{Xe
vector B on the vector R is B H$m g{Xe R na àjon hmoJm
(A) 2.4 (B) 5 (A) 2.4 (B) 5
(C) 1.25 (D) 3.2 (C) 1.25 (D) 3.2

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132. A vector R is given by R = A # _B # C i 132. EH$ g{Xe R
{ZåZ Ûmam {X`m OmVm h¡
Which of the following is true ? R = A # _B # C i Vmo {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm
(A) R must be parallel to B H$WZ gË` h¡ ?
(B) R must be perpendicular to B (A) g{Xe R g{Xe B Ho$ g‘mÝVa hr hmoJm
(B) g{Xe R g{Xe B Ho$ bå~dV hr hmoJm
(C) None of the options
(C) BZ‘o§ go H$moB© ^r {dH$ën Zht
(D) R is parallel to A
(D) g{Xe R g{Xe A Ho$ g‘mÝVa h¡
dy x- y 2 -y
133. Solution of the differential equation 133. AdH$b g‘rH$aU = 2e + x e H$m
dx
dy hb h¡
= 2e + x e is
x- y 2 -y 3
(A) e = 2e + x + c
y -x
dx
3 3
(A) e = 2e + x + c
y -x
3
3 (B) e = 2e + x + c
y x

3
3
(B) e y = 2e x + x + c
3 -3
(C) e = 2e + x + c
-y x
-3
3
(C) e y = 2e x + x + c
-
3 3
(D) e = 2e + x + c
-y x
3
(D) e y = 2e x + x + c 3
-
3 dy
134. AdH$b g‘rH$aU _ x + 2y 3 i =y H$m
134. Solution of the differential equation dx
dy hb h¡
_ x + 2y 3 i = y is 3
dx (A) x + 2y3 = y + c (B) y + cx = y
3
(A) x + 2y3 = y + c (B) y + cx = y xy
4
3
xy
4 (C) + xy = cy (D) y + cy = x
3
+ xy = cy (D) y + cy = x 2
(C)
2
135. Value of the following expression is 135. {ZåZ ì`§OH$ H$m ‘mZ h¡
lim 1 2 2 2 2
lim 1 2 2 2 2
(1 + 2 + 3 + ...... + n ) 3 (1 + 2 + 3 + ...... + n )
n " 3 n3 n"3 n
1 1 1 1
(A) (B) (A) (B)
6 2 6 2
2 1 2 1
(C) (D) (C) (D)
3 3 3 3
136. If function f (x) = * x sin a 1x k ; x ! 0 136. `{X ’$bZ
1
f (x) = * x sin a x k ; x ! 0
a ; x= 0 a ; x= 0
is continuous at x = 0 , then value of x = 0 , na gVV h¡ Vmo a H$m ‘mZ h¡
a is
(A) – 1 (B) 0 (A) – 1 (B) 0
(C) None of the options (D) 1 (C) BZ‘o§ go H$moB© ^r {dH$ën Zht (D) 1
sinx
137. The derivative of y = x is 137. y= x
sinx
H$m AdH$bO h¡
sin 2x sin x - 1 sin 2x sin x - 1
(A) x (A) x
2 2
sinx sin x
(B) x acos x log x + x k sinx sin x
(B) x acos x log x + x k
sin x
(C) cos x log x + x sin x
(C) cos x log x + x
sin x - 1
(D) cos x x (D) cos x x
sin x - 1

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138. The tangents to curve 138. dH«$ y = x3 - 2x 2 + x - 2 na ItMr JB©
3 2
y = x - 2x + x - 2 which are ñne© aoImAmo§ Omo {H$ gab aoIm y = x Ho$
parallel to straight line y = x are
86
g‘mÝVa h¡ Ho$ g‘rH$aU h¡§
(A) x + y = 2 and x + y = 86
27 (A) x + y = 2 and x + y =
27
86
(B) x + y = 2 and x - y = 86
27 (B) x + y = 2 and x - y =
27
86 86
(C) x - y = 2 and x - y = (C) x - y = 2 and x - y =
27 27
86 86
(D) x - y = 2 and x + y = (D) x - y = 2 and x + y =
27 27

139. The value of lim cos h x - cos x is 139. lim cos h x - cos x H$m ‘mZ h¡
x"0 x sin x x sin x
x"0
1 1 1 1
(A) (B) (A) (B)
2 3 2 3
(C) 2 (D) 1 (C) 2 (D) 1
x x
1 a 1x k
140. Value of Maxima of a x k is 140. ’$bZ H$m C{ƒîQ> ‘mZ h¡
a1 k 1 e a1 k 1 e
(A) e e (B) a e k (A) e e (B) a e k
e e
(C) e (D) e (C) e (D) e
1
1
2 -1
2
sin x dx
141. The value of the integral w sin
-1
x dx 141. w 2 32
$Ho$ g‘mH$b H$m ‘mZ
2 32 (1 - x )
0 (1 - x ) 0

1 π 1 π
(A) π - log 2 (B) - log 2 (A) π - log 2 (B) - log 2
2 2 2 2
π 1 π 1 π 1 π 1
(C) - log 2 (D) + log 2 (C) - log 2 (D) + log 2
4 2 2 2 4 2 2 2
1 1
142. Integral of 142. H$m g‘mH$b h¡
2 + cos x 2 + cos x
(A) sin x log (2 + cos x) + c (A) sin x log (2 + cos x) + c
1 -1 1 1 -1 1
(B) tan a tan x k + c (B) tan a tan x k + c
3 2 3 2
2 1 x 2 - 1 1 x
(C)
-1
tan d tan n + c (C) tan d tan n + c
3 3 2 3 3 2
(D) - sin x log (2 + cos x) + c (D) - sin x log (2 + cos x) + c

143. The eccentricity of an ellipse 143. {XE JE XrK©d¥V


2 2
9x + 16y = 144 is
2
9x + 16y = 144
2
H$s CËHo$ÝÐVm h¡
2 3
(A) (B) 2 3
5 5 (A) (B)
5 5
5 7
(C) (D) 5 7
3 4 (C) (D)
3 4

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144. Taking axes of hyperbola as coordinate 144. A{Vnadb` Ho$ Ajmo§ H$mo {ZX}e Aj ‘mZH$a
axes, find its equation when the distance A{Vnadb` H$m g‘rH$aU Š`m hmoJm, O~
between the foci is 16 and eccentricity
is 2
{H$  Zm{^`mo§  H$s  Xyar  16  h¡  VWm  CËHo$ÝÐVm   2 h¡
2 2 2 2

2 2 2 2
(A) x - y = 16 (B) x - y = 32 (A) x - y = 16 (B) x - y = 32
2 2 2 2

2 2 2
(C) x - y = 64 (D) x - y = 8
2
(C) x - y = 64 (D) x - y = 8

145.
2 2
For a circle x + y = 81, what is the 145. d¥ Î m x 2 + y 2 = 81, H$s Cg Ordm H$m
equation of chord whose mid point is g‘rH$aU Š`m hmoJm, {OgH$m ‘Ü` {~ÝXþ
(– 2, 3) (– 2, 3) h¡
(A) 2x + 3y + 13 = 0 (A) 2x + 3y + 13 = 0
(B) 2x - 3y + 13 = 0 (B) 2x - 3y + 13 = 0
(C) 3x - 2y + 13 = 0 (C) 3x - 2y + 13 = 0
(D) 2x - 3y - 13 = 0 (D) 2x - 3y - 13 = 0

146. The condition so that the line 146. dh eV© Š`m hmoJr O~ aoI2 m
lx + my + n = 0 may touch the parabola lx + my + n = 0 nadb` y = 8x H$mo ñne©
2
y = 8x H$a gHo$
2 2 2 2
(A) m = 2l n (B) 8m = l n (A) m = 2l n (B) 8m = l n
2 2 2 2
(C) 2m = l n (D) m = 8l n (C) 2m = l n (D) m = 8l n

147. The equation of that diameter of the 147. d¥Îm x 2 + y 2 - 6x + 2y - 8 = 0 H$m ì`mg
2 2
circle x + y - 6x + 2y - 8 = 0 which (Omo {H$ ‘yb {~ÝXþgo JwOaVm h¡) H$m
passes through the origin is g‘rH$aU Š`m hmoJm?
(A) 3x + 2y = 0 (B) x + 3y = 0 (A) 3x + 2y = 0 (B) x + 3y = 0
(C) 3x - y = 0 (D) 6x - y = 0 (C) 3x - y = 0 (D) 6x - y = 0
148. ¶{X z EH$ gpå‘l g§»¶m h¡ Vmo
148. If z is a complex number then
(z + 5) ( z + 5 ) ~am~a h¡
(z + 5) ( z + 5 ) is 2 2

(A) z + 5
2
(B) z + 5i
2 (A) z + 5 (B) z + 5i
2 2 2
(C) z - 5
2
(D) (z + 5) (C) z - 5 (D) (z + 5)

149. If z is a complex number then which 149. ¶{X z EH$ gpå‘l g§»¶m h¡ Vmo {ZåZ ‘|
of the following statement is true? go H$m¡Zgm H$WZ g˶ h¡ ?
(A) _ z + z i is purely imaginary (A) _ z + z i {dewÕ H$mën{ZH$ h¡
(B) _ z z i is purely imaginary
(B) _ z z i {dewÕ H$mën{ZH$ h¡
(C) _ z z i is nonnegative real
(C) _ z z i AG$UmË‘H$ dmñV{dH$ h¡
(D) _ z - z i is purely real
(D) _ z - z i {dewÕ dmñV{dH$ h¡
150. If ω is the cubic root of unity, then value 150. ¶{X ω BH$mB© H$m KZ‘yb h¡ Vmo
of the (1 + ω - ω2) 2 + (1 - ω + ω2) 2 + 1 is 2 2 2 2
(1 + ω - ω ) + (1 - ω + ω ) + 1 H$m ‘mZ h¡
(A) − 3 (B) −1 (A) − 3 (B) −1
(C) 7 (D) 1 (C) 7 (D) 1

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PAPER-1
Physics : Q. 1 to Q. 50
Chemistry : Q. 51 to Q. 100
Mathematics : Q. 101 to Q. 150

PHYSICS / ^m¡{VH$emñÌ
001. Two polaroids A and B are placed with 001. Xmo nmobamoBS> (Y«wdH$) A VWm B EH$ Xygao
their polaroid axes 30° to each other as go {MÌmZwgma Bg àH$ma aIr OmVr h¡ {H$
shown in the figure. A plane polarized CZH$s nmobamoBS> Ajm| Ho$ ‘Ü` H$moU 30°
light passes through the polaroid A and
after passing through it, intensity of
h¡ nmobamoBS> A go JwOaZo Ho$ nümV g‘Vb
light becomes I0.What is the intensity Y«w{dV àH$me H$s Vrd«Vm I0 hmo OmVr h¡
of finally transmitted light after passing nmobamoBS> B go JwOaZo Ho$ nümV A§{V‘ ê$n
through the polaroid B ? go nmaJ{‘V àH$me H$s Vrd«Vm Š`m hmoJr?

(A) 0.75I0 (B) 0.866I0 (A) 0.75I0 (B) 0.866I0


(C) 0.25I0 (D) 0.5I0 (C) 0.25I0 (D) 0.5I0

002. Laser light has following property 002. boOa àH$me {ZåZ JwU aIVm h¡
(A) laser light always lies in X-rays (A) boOa àH$me h‘oem EŠg {H$aU joÌ
region ‘| hmoVm h¡
(B) laser light does not have directionality (B) boOa àH$me ‘| {XemË‘H$ JwU Zht
property hmoVm h¡
(C) laser light is white light (C) boOa àH$me œoV hmoVm h¡
(D) laser light is highly coherent (D) boOa àH$me AË`{YH$ H$bmgå~Õ hmoVm h¡

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003. A particle is moving in translatory 003. EH$ H$U ñWmZmÝVaU J{V H$a ahm h¡ &
motion. If momentum of the particle `{X H$U H$m g§doJ 10% KQ>Vm h¡ Vmo
decreases by 10%, kinetic energy will
BgH$s J{VO D$Om© KQ>oJr
decrease by
(A) 10% (B) 5%
(A) 10% (B) 5%
(C) 20% (D) 19% (C) 20% (D) 19%

004. Which of the statement is incorrect 004. gmYmaU(gab) gyú‘Xeu Ho$ ~mao ‘| H$m¡Zgm
about the simple microscope? H$WZ AgË` h¡ ?
(A) Biology students use to see the (A) Ord {dkmZ Ho$ {dÚmWu ñbmBS> H$mo
slides. XoIZo ‘| H$m‘ ‘| boVo h¢&
(B) It is not used for magnification
(B) àojH$ go Xya pñWV dñVw Ho$ AmdY©Z
of an object at far away from the
observer. Ho$ {bE `h Cn`moJ ‘| Zht AmVm h¡
(C) Magnification of microscope is (C) gyú‘Xeu H$m AmdY©Z {d^oÚ  (ñnï>)
inversely proportional to the least Ñ{ï> Ho$ Ý`yZV‘ ‘mZ Ho$ ì`wËH«$‘mZwnmVr
distance of distinct vision. hmoVr h¡
(D) A convex lens of microscope with (D) gyú‘Xeu Ho$ H$‘ ’$moH$g Xyar Ho$ CÎmb
shorter focal length yields higher b|g go A{YH$ AmdY©Z àmá hmoVm h¡
magnification.
005. EH$ Ðd H$m n¥ð> VZmd S h¡& {H$gr {XE
005. Surface tension of the liquid is S. JE Vmn na EH$ gm~wZ Ho$ ~wb~wbo H$mo
Work done in increasing the radius of {ÌÁ`m R go 3R H$aZo ‘| {H$`m J`m H$m`©
soap bubble from R to 3R at given hmoJm
temperature will be
18πSR 2
(A) 64πSR2 (B)
18πSR 2 (A) 64πSR2 (B)
3 3
2 (C) 8πSR2 (D) 16πSR2
(C) 8πSR (D) 16πSR2
006. `h ‘m{ZE {H$ AmnH$mo 200 km Xya {X„r
006. Suppose you drive to Delhi (200 km
away) at 400 km/hr and return at 200
H$mo 400 km/hr go OmZm h¡ VWm 200
km/hr. What is yours average speed for km/hr go bm¡Q>Zm h¡& AmnHo$ Bg Xm¡ao H$s
the entire trip? Am¡gV Mmb Š`m hmoJr ?
(A) Less than 300 km/hr (A) 300 Km/hr go H$‘
(B) More than 300 km/hr (B) 300 Km/hr go A{YH$
(C) Zero (C) eyÝ`
(D) 300 Km/hr (D) 300 Km/hr

007. A system undergoes a reversible adiabatic 007. EH$ {ZH$m` EH$ CËH«$‘Ur` éÕmoî‘ àH«$‘ go
process. The entropy of the system JwOaVm h¡ & {ZH$m` H$s E§Q´monr (entropy)
(A) remains constant (A) AMa ahVr h¡
(B) may increase or may decrease (B) ~‹T> `m KQ> gH$Vr h¡
(C) increases (C) ~‹T>oJr
(D) decreases
(D) KQ>oJr

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008. For the combination of gates shown 008. ZrMo {XE JE VH©$ Ûmam| Ho$ g§`moOZ Ho$
here, which of the following truth table {bE {ZåZ gË` gmaUr H$m H$m¡Zgm ^mJ
part is not true gË` Zht h¡

(A) A = 0, B  = 1, C = 1 (A) A = 0, B  = 1, C = 1


(B) A = 0, B  = 0, C = 0 (B) A = 0, B  = 0, C = 0
(C) A = 1, B  = 1, C = 1 (C) A = 1, B  = 1, C = 1
(D) A = 1, B  = 0, C = 1 (D) A = 1, B  = 0, C = 1

009. A narrow white light beam fails to 009. EH$ œoV àH$me g§H$sU© {H$aU EH$ A{^gmar
converge at a point after going through a b|g go JwOaZo Ho$ nümV EH$ hr q~Xþ na
converging lens. This defect is known as A{^gm[aV hmoZo ‘| Ag’$b hmoVr h¡ `h
(A) chromatic aberration
Xmof {ZåZ H$hbmVm h¡
(B) diffraction
(A) dUu` {dnWZ (B) {ddV©Z
(C) polarization
(D) spherical aberration (C) Y«wdU (D) Jmobr` {dnWZ

010. A small bead of mass M slides on a 010. EH$ M Ðì`‘mZ H$m N>moQ>m ‘ZH$m EH$ {MH$Zo
smooth wire that is bent in a circle of Vma na {’$gbVm h¡ & `hm± Vma EH$ R
radius R. It is released at the top of {ÌÁ`m Ho$ d¥Îm Ho$ ^mJ Ho$ ê$n ‘| ‘w‹S>m
the circular part of the wire (point A hþAm h¡ & ‘ZHo$ H$mo d¥{Îm` ^mJ Ho$ {eIa
in the figure) with a negligibly small ({MÌ ‘| q~Xw A­) go ZJÊ` doJ go ‘wº$
velocity. Find the height H where the {H$`m OmVm h¡ & dh D±$MmB© H kmV H$amo
bead will reverse direction.
Ohm± ‘ZH$m AnZr {Xem nbQ>Vm h¡&

(A) R (B) 2R
(A) R (B) 2R
3R 5R
(C) (D) 3R 5R
2 2 (C) (D)
2 2
011. Two persons A and B start from the
same location and walked around a 011. Xmo ì`{º$ A
­ VWm B EH$ hr OJh go EH$
square in opposite directions with dJ© na {dnarV {XemAm| ‘| AMa Mmbm| go
constant speeds. The square has side MbZm àmaå^ H$aVo h¢& dJ© H$s ^wOm 60m
60m. Speeds of A and B are 4m/s and
2m/s respectively. When will they meet
h¡, A VWm B H$s Mmb| H«$‘e… 4m/s VWm
first time? 2m/s h¡& do nhbr ~ma H$~ {‘b|Jo ?
(A) 30 sec (B) 40 sec (A) 30 sec (B) 40 sec
(C) 10 sec (D) 20 sec (C) 10 sec (D) 20 sec

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012. A tire of radius R rolls on a flat surface 012. EH$ R {ÌÁ`m H$m n{h`m g‘Vb gVh na
with angular velocity ω and velocity ν H$moUr` doJ ω VWm doJ ν go {MÌmZwgma
as shown in the diagram. If ν  >  ωR, in
which direction does friction from the bw‹S>H$ ahm h¡& `{X ν  >  ωR Vmo Q>m`a Ûmam
tire act on the road ? g‹S>H$ na Kf©U {H$g {Xem ‘| bJoJm?

(A) Towards downwards (A) ZrMo H$s Va’$ (B) D$na H$s Va’$
(B) Towards upwards (C) ~m`t Va’$ (D) Xm`r Va’$
(C) Towards the left
(D) Towards the right 013. EH$ m Ðì`‘mZ Ho$ H$U H$s EH$ {d‘r`
013. Consider one dimensional motion of a J{V na {dMma H$s{OE & BgH$s pñW{VO
particle of mass m . It has potential D$Om© U = a + bx2 h¡ Ohm± a VWm b
energy U = a + bx2 where a and YZmË‘H$ {Z`Vm§H$ h¢& ‘yb {~ÝXw (x = 0)
b are positive constants. At origin na BgH$m àmapå^H$ doJ ν0 h¡ & `h gab
(x = 0) it has initial velocity ν0. It Amd¥{V J{V H$aVm h¡ {OgH$s Amd¥{V {ZåZ
performs simple harmonic oscillations. na {Z^©a H$aVr h¡
The frequency of the simple harmonic (A) Ho$db b VWm m na
motion depends on (B) Ho$db b, a VWm m na
(A) b and m alone (C) Ho$db b na
(B) b, a and m alone
(C) b alone (D) Ho$db b VWm a na
(D) b and a alone
014. àH$me {dÚwV g‘rH$aU {ZåZ ‘| go {Og A{^J¥hrV
014. The postulate on which the photoelectric (H$ënZm) na ì`wËnÝZ H$s JB© h¡ dh h¡:
equation is derived is
(A) light is emitted only when electrons (A) àH$me V^r CËnÞ hmoVm h¡ O~ BboŠQ´moZ
jump between orbits. EH$ H$jH$ go Xygao ‘| Hy$XVm h¡ &
(B) light is absorbed in quanta of energy (B) àH$me H$m AdemofU D$Om© Ho$ ³dm§Q>m
E = hυ E = hυ Ho$ ê$n ‘| hmoVm h¡&
(C) electrons are restricted to orbits of (C) BboŠQ´moZ Ho$db CÝht H$jH$m| ‘| ah gH$Vo
h h
angular momentum n where n h¢ {OZ‘| H$moUr` g§doJ n 2π hmo VWm

is an integer . n EH$ nyUmªH$ h¡&
(D) electrons are associated with wave
h (D) BboŠQ´moZ go g§~Õ Va§J H$s Va§JX¡Ü`©
of wavelength λ = where p is h
p λ= h¡ Ohm± p g§doJ h¡ &
momentum. p
015. EH$ Vob H$s naV {OgH$m KZËd 724 kg/m3
015. A layer of oil with density 724 kg/m3 h¡& `h 1000 kg/m3 KZËd dmbo Ob Ho$ D$na
floats on water of density 1000 kg/m3.
A block floats at the oil-water interface V¡a ahr h¡& EH$ ãbm°H$ Vob-Ob AÝVg©Vh na
with 1/6 of its volume in oil and 5/6 {MÌmZwgma Bg àH$ma V¡a ahm h¡ {H$ BgH$m 1/6
of its volume in water, as shown in the Am`VZ Vob ‘| VWm 5/6 Am`VZ Ob ‘| h¡
figure. What is the density of the block? Vmo ãbm°H$ H$m KZËd Š`m hmoJm?

(A) 1024 kg/m3 (B) 1276 kg/m3 (A) 1024 kg/m3 (B) 1276 kg/m3
(C) 776 kg/m3 (D) 954 kg/m3 (C) 776 kg/m3 (D) 954 kg/m3

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016. A string fixed at both ends has a 016. EH$ añgr XmoZm| {gam| go O‹S>dV h¡ VWm EH$
standing wave mode for which the AàJm‘r Va§J {dYm ‘| H«$‘mJV {ZñnÝXm| Ho$
distances between adjacent nodes is ‘Ü` Xyar 18cm h¡ & AJbr H«$‘mJV AàJm‘r
18cm. For the next consecutive standing
wave mode distances between adjacent Va§J {dYm ‘| H«$‘mJV {ZñnÝXm| Ho$ ‘Ü` Xyar
nodes is 16cm. The minimum possible 16cm h¡ & añgr H$s Ý`yZV‘ bå~mB© hmoJr
length of the string is (A) 144 cm (B) 204 cm
(A) 144 cm (B) 204 cm (C) 288 cm (D) 72 cm
(C) 288 cm (D) 72 cm 017. EH$ Vma H$m byn Omo {H$ 20cm2 H$m
017. A wire loop that encloses an area of joÌ’$b n[a~Õ H$aVm h¡ VWm BgH$m à{VamoY
20cm2 has a resistance of 10Ω. The 10Ω h¡& Bg byn H$mo 2.4T Ho$ Mwå~H$s`
loop is placed in a magnetic field of joÌ ‘| Bg àH$ma aIm OmVm h¡ {H$ BgH$m
2.4T with its plane perpendicular to the Vb Mwå~H$s` joÌ Ho$ bå~dV hmo& A~
field .The loop is suddenly removed byn H$mo Mwå~H$s` joÌ ‘| go EH$mEH$ hQ>m
from the field. How much charge flows {X`m OmVm h¡ Vmo Vma (byn )Ho$ {H$gr q~Xw
past a given point in the wire? go {H$VZm Amdoe àdm{hV hmoVm h¡ ?
(A) 1.2 × 10– 4C (B) 10– 1C (A) 1.2 × 10– 4C (B) 10– 1C
(C) 4.8 × 10– 4C (D) 2.4 × 10– 3C (C) 4.8 × 10– 4C (D) 2.4 × 10– 3C
018. EH$ g‘H$moU `wº$ g‘{Û~mhþ {Ì^wO {OgH$s
018. A right isosceles triangle of side a has
charges q, + 3q and – q arranged on {MÌmZwgma ^wOm a h¡ VWm Bg na Amdoe
its vertices as shown in the figure . q, + 3q VWm – q BgHo$ erfm] na {MÌmZwgma
What is the electric potential at point ì`dpñWV h¡& Amdoe +q VWm – q H$mo OmoS>Zo
P midway between the line connecting dmbr aoIm H$m ‘Ü` q~Xw P h¡ Vmo q~Xw
the + q and – q charges ?
P na {dÚwV {d^d {H$VZm hmoJm?

3q 3q
(A) (B) 3q 3q
πεo a 2 πεo a (A) (B)
q 3q πεo a 2 πεo a
(C) (D) q 3q
πε0 a 2 2 πεo a (C) (D)
πε0 a 2 2 πεo a
019. Shown below is a graph of current
019. ZrMo {X`m J`m J«m’$ S>m`moS> Ho$ {bE Ymam
versus applied voltage for a diode.
Approximately what is the resistance
(current) VWm Amamo{nV dmoëQ>Vm (voltage)
Ho$ ‘Ü` ~Zm`m J`m h¡ & Amamo{nV dmoëQ>Vm
of the diode for an applied voltage of −1.5V Ho$ {bE S>m`moS> H$m à{VamoY bJ^J
−1.5V? {H$VZm hmoJm?

(A) 2Ω (B) ∞ (A) 2Ω (B) ∞


(C) Zero (D) 1Ω (C) eyÝ` (D) 1Ω

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020. A sound wave is generated by the howl 020. EH$ ^o{‹S>`o H$s VoO AmdmO Ûmam am{Ì ‘|
of a wolf in the night. How would we EH$ Üd{Z Va§J CËnÝZ H$s OmVr h¡ (`hm±
describe the motion of a particular air J¡g AUwAm| Ho$ `mÑpÀN>H$ ^«‘U H$s Cnojm
molecule near the ground, a mile away H$aVo hþE) ^o{‹S>`o go EH$ ‘rb Xya O‘rZ
from the wolf, on average (i.e. ignoring na pñWV EH$ hdm Ho$ H$U H$s J{V Am¡gV
the random wandering of gas molecules)? ê$n go {H$g àH$ma àX{e©V hmoJr ?
(A) It moves back and forth (oscillating) (A) `h ^o{S‹ >`o H$s Va’$ AmJo nrN>o (XmobZr)
towards the wolf J{V H$aoJm &
(B) It moves in the horizontal circle. (B) `h EH$ jo{VO d¥Îm ‘| J{V H$aVm h¡&
(C) It moves up and down in an (C) `h D$na ZrMo EH$ XmobZr ê$n ‘|
oscillating fashion J{V H$aoJm &
(D) It moves away from the wolf at (D) `h ^o{‹S>`o go Xya H$s Va’$ Üd{Z H$s
the speed of sound Mmb go J{V H$aoJm&
021. Which of the following Material has 021. {ZåZ ‘| go g~go H$‘ à{VamoYH$Vm dmbm
lowest resistivity ? nXmW© h¡
(A) Manganin (B) Copper (A) ‘|¾tZ (B) Vmå~m
(C) Constantan (D) Silver (C) H$m|ñQ>oZZ (D) Mm§Xr

022. An incompressible non viscous fluid 022. EH$ Ag§nrS>ç Aí`mZ Ðd EH$ ~obZmH$ma
flows steadily through a cylindrical nmBn ‘| go gVV ê$n go ~h ahm h¡&
pipe which has radius 2R at point A BgHo$ ~hmd H$s {Xem Ho$ AZw{Xe q~Xw
and radius R at point B farther along A­ na Ðd H$m doJ V h¡ & q~Xw A ­ na
the flow direction. If the velocity of
nmB©n H$s {ÌÁ`m 2R h¡ VWm Ðd àdmh
H$s {Xem ‘| XyañW q~Xw B na nmB©n H$s
the fluid at point A is V, its velocity
{ÌÁ`m R h¡ Vmo q~Xw B na Ðd H$m doJ
at the point B will be Š`m hmoJm ?
(A) V/2 (B) 4V (A) V/2 (B) 4V
(C) 2V (D) V (C) 2V (D) V

023. In a room where the temperature is 023. EH$ H$‘ao H$m Vmn 30°C h¡ Bg‘| EH$
30°C a body cools from 61°C to 59°C dñVw H$mo 61°C go 59°C VH$ R>ÊS>r hmoZo
in 4 minutes. The time taken by the ‘| bJm g‘` 4 {‘ZQ> h¡ & dñVw H$mo
body to cool from 51°C to 49°C will 51°C go 49°C VH$ R>ÊS>r hmoZo ‘| bJm
be about g‘` bJ^J hmoJm
(A) 5 minutes (B) 8 minutes (A) 5 {‘ZQ> (B) 8 {‘ZQ>
(C) 4 minutes (D) 6 minutes (C) 4 {‘ZQ> (D) 6 {‘ZQ>

024. A student’s 9.0 V, 7.5W portable radio 024. EH$ N>mÌ H$m 9.0 V Ed§ 7.5W H$m EH$
was left on from 9:00 P.M. until 3:00 ao{S>`mo 9:00 P.M go 3:00 A.M. VH$ Mmby
A.M. How much charge passed through ahVm h¡ Vmo Vma Ûmam {H$VZm Amdoe àdm{hV
the wires? hþAm?
(A) 18000C (B) 24000C (A) 18000C (B) 24000C
(C) 6000C (D) 12000C (C) 6000C (D) 12000C

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025. A conducting wheel rim in which there 025. EH$ n{hE H$s MmbH$ n[a{Y na {MÌmZwgma
are three conducting rods of each of VrZ MmbH$ N>‹S>o EH$ g‘mZ Mwå~H$s` joÌ
length l is rotating with constant angular
B ‘| AMa H$moUr` doJ ω go KyU©Z H$a
velocity ω in a uniform magnetic field
B as shown in figure. The induced
ahr h¡ & àË`oH$ N>S> H$s bå~mB© l h¡ &
potential difference between its centre n{h`o H$s n[a{Y d H|$Ð Ho$ ‘Ü` CËnÝZ
and rim will be ào[aV {d^dmÝVa hmoJm

3
(A) Bωl 2 (B) Bωl 2 (A) Bωl 2 (B)
3
Bωl 2
2 2
Bωl 2
(C) 0 (D) Bωl 2
2 (C) 0 (D)
2
026. An imaginary, closed spherical surface 026. EH$ H$mën{ZH$ JmobmH$ma ~§X gVh S H$s
S of radius R is centered on the origin. {ÌÁ`m R h¡ {OgH$m H|$Ð ‘yb q~Xþ na h¡&
A positive charge +q is originally at nhbo EH$ YZmË‘H$ Amdoe +q ‘yb q~Xþ na
the origin and electric flux through the aIm hþAm Wm VWm gVh go nm[aV {dÚwV
surface is ΦE. Three additional charges âbŠg ΦE Wm& A~ VrZ A{V[aº$ Amdoe
are now added along the x axis: −3q x Aj Ho$ AZw{Xe {ZåZ Vah go aIo OmVo
R R
at x = - , + 5q at x = and 4q at
2 2 h¢ −3q Amdoe x = - R2   na, +5q Amdoe
3R R
x= . The flux through S is now x= na VWm 4q Amdoe na h¡& A~
2 2
(A) 6ΦE (B) 7ΦE gVh S go nm[aV âbŠg hmoJm
(C) 3ΦE (D) 4ΦE (A) 6ΦE (B) 7ΦE
(C) 3ΦE (D) 4ΦE

027. An 1800 W toaster, a 1.3KW electric 027. EH$ 1800 W H$m Q>moñQ>a, EH$ 1.3KW
fan and a 100W lamp are plugged in H$m {dÚwV n§Im d EH$ 100W H$m ~ë~
the same 120V circuit i.e. all the three H$mo 120V Ho$ EH$ hr n[anW ‘| bJm`m
devices are in parallel. What is the OmVm h¡ AWm©V `o g^r VrZm| `w{º$`m±
approximate value of the total current g‘mÝVa H«$‘ h¢& n[anW go Hw$b àdm{hV
(i.e. sum of the current drawn by the Ymam (AWm©V VrZm| `w{º$`m| Ûmam br JB©
three devices) through circuit ? YmamAm| H$m `moJ) H$m ‘mZ bJ^J hmoJm?
(A) 40A (B) 120A (A) 40A (B) 120A
(C) 18A (D) 27A (C) 18A (D) 27A

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028. Four very long current carrying wires 028. Mma bå~o Ymamdmhr Vma EH$ hr Vb ‘|
in the same plane intersect to form a h¢ VWm EH$ dJ© H$s àË`oH$ ^wOm 40cm
square 40.0cm on each side as shown ~ZmVo hþE {MÌmZwgma à{VÀN>oX H$aVo h¢&
in the figure. What is the magnitude dJ© Ho$ H|$Ð na Mwå~H$s` joÌ eyÝ` hmoZo
of current I so that the magnetic field Ho$ {bE Ymam I H$m n[a‘mU {H$VZm hmoZm
at the centre of the square is zero? Mm{hE?

(A) 22A (B) 38A


(A) 22A (B) 38A
(C) 2A (D) 18A
(C) 2A (D) 18A
029. If the current in the toroidal solenoid
029. EH$ Q>moamoBS>Zw‘m n[aZm{bH$m ‘| Ymam EH$
increases uniformly from zero to 6.0A
in 3.0μs. Self inductance of the toroidal g‘mZ ê$n go eyÝ` go 6.0A VH$ 3.0μs
solenoid is 40μH. The magnitude of self ‘| ~‹T>Vr h¡& Q>moamoBS>Zw‘m n[aZm{bH$m H$m
induced emf is ñdàoaH$Ëd 40μH h¡& ñd ào[aV {dÚwV dmhH$
(A) 80V (B) 160V ~b H$m n[a‘mU h¡
(C) 24V (D) 48V (A) 80V (B) 160V
(C) 24V (D) 48V
030. An electron is at ground state of the
H atom. Minimum energy required to 030. EH$ H na‘mUw Ho$ ‘yb ñVa ‘| EH$ BboŠQ´mZ
excite the H atom into second excited h¡& H na‘mUw H$mo {ÛVr` CÎmo{OV AdñWm
state is ‘| CÎmo{OV H$aZo Ho$ {bE Ý`yZV‘ {H$VZr
(A) 13.6eV (B) 12.1eV D$Om© H$s Amdí`H$Vm hmoJr ?
(C) 10.2eV (D) 3.4eV (A) 13.6eV (B) 12.1eV
(C) 10.2eV (D) 3.4eV
031. A particle enters uniform constant
magnetic field region with its initial 031. EH$ H$U EH$ g‘mZ Mwå~H$s` joÌ ‘|
velocity parallel to the field direction. Mwå~H$s` joÌ H$s {Xem Ho$ AZw{Xe àmapå^H$
Which of the following statements about doJ go àdoe H$aVm h¡& BgHo$ doJ Ho$ ~mao
its velocity is correct ? (neglect the ‘| H$m¡Zgm H$WZ gË` hmoJm? (AÝ` joÌm|
effects of other fields) Ho$ à^mdm| H$mo ZJÊ` ‘m{ZE)
(A) There is change in both magnitude (A) n[a‘mU d {Xem XmoZm| ‘| n[adV©Z hmoJm
and direction (B) H$moB© n[adV©Z Zht hmoJm
(B) There is no change (C) Ho$db n[a‘mU ‘| n[adV©Z hmoJm
(C) There is change only in magnitude (D) Ho$db {Xem ‘| n[adV©Z hmoJm
(D) There is change only in direction
032. à{VMwå~H$s` nXmW© H$s Mwå~H$s` àd¥{V H$s
032. Magnetic susceptibility of diamagnetic H$mo{Q> (SI BH$mB© ‘|) hmoJr
materials is of the order of (SI units)
(A) +10 5 (B) +10 – 4 to +10 – 2
(A) +10 5 (B) +10 – 4 to +10 – 2
– 5 (C) +10 – 5 (D) –10 – 5
(C) +10  (D) –10 – 5

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033. Magnitude of binding energy of satellite 033. goQ>obmB©Q> H$s ~§YZ D$Om© H$m n[a‘mU E
is E and kinetic energy is K .The ratio h¡ VWm CgH$s J{VO D$Om© H$m ‘mZ K h¡
E/K is Vmo AZwnmV E/K hmoJm
(A) 2/1 (B) 1/4 (A) 2/1 (B) 1/4
(C) 1 (D) 1/2 (C) 1 (D) 1/2

034. Figure shows the total acceleration 034. {MÌ ‘| {ÌÁ`m R=1m Ho$ d¥Îm ‘| X{jUmdV©
a  =  32m/s2 of a moving particle moving Ky‘Vo hþE H$U H$m Hw$b ËdaU a  =  32m/s2
clockwise in a circle of radius R=1m.
h¡ Vmo H$U H$m A{^Ho$ÝÐr` ËdaU d H$U
What are the centripetal acceleration and
H$s Mmb ν {XE JE jU na Š`m hmoJr?
speed v of the particle at given instant?

(A) 16 3 m/s2, 4 3 m/s


(A) 16 3 m/s2, 4 3 m/s (B) 16 3 m/s2, 4m/s
(B) 16 3 m/s2, 4m/s (C) 16m/s2, 16m/s
(C) 16m/s2, 16m/s (D) 16m/s2, 4m/s
(D) 16m/s2, 4m/s
035. EH$ ~b F  =  75N H$mo 5kg Ðì`‘mZ Ho$
035. A force F  =  75N is applied on a block ãbm°H$ na {MÌmZwgma pñWa {MH$Zo ZV Vb
of mass 5kg along the fixed smooth Ho$ AZw{Xe bJm`m OmVm h¡& `hm± JwéËdr`
incline as shown in figure. Here ËdaU g  =  10m/s2 h¡& ãbm°H$ H$m ËdaU hmoJm
gravitational acceleration g  =  10m/s2.
The acceleration of the block is

m
(A) 10 ZV Vb Ho$ AZw{Xe ZrMo H$s
s2
m Amoa
(A) 10 downwards the incline
s2 m
m (B) 10 ZV Vb Ho$ AZw{Xe D$na H$s Amoa
(B) 10 2 upwards the incline s2
s m
m (C) 5 2 ZV Vb Ho$ AZw{Xe ZrMo H$s Amoa
(C) 5 2 downwards the incline s
s m
m (D) 5 2 ZV Vb Ho$ AZw{Xe D$na H$s Amoa
(D) 5 2 upwards the incline s
s
036. EH$ 3kg
H$s dñVw H$m àmapå^H$ doJ
036. A 3kg object has initial velocity ^6it - 2tjh m/s
h¡ & `{X dñVw H$m do J
^6it - 2tjh m/s. The total work done on ^8it + 4tjh m/s
hmo OmVm h¡ V~ VH$ dñVw
the object if its velocity changes to na {H$`m J`m Hw$b H$m`© hmoJm
^8it + 4tjh m/s is
(A) 216J (B) 44J
(A) 216J (B) 44J
(C) 60J (D) 120J (C) 60J (D) 120J

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037. A heat engine absorbs 360J of energy 037. EH$ D$î‘m B§OZ àË`oH$ MH«$ ‘| 360J D$î‘m
by heat and performs 25J of work in H$m AdemofU H$aVm h¡ VWm 25J H$m`©
each cycle. The energy expelled to the àË`oH$ MH«$ ‘| H$aVm h¡& àË`oH$ MH«$ ‘|
cold reservoir in each cycle is R>ÝSo> hm¡O H$mo Xr JB© D$Om© hmoJr
(A) 335J (B) 14.4J (A) 335J (B) 14.4J
(C) 360J (D) 385J (C) 360J (D) 385J
038. Three nonconducting large parallel plates 038. {MÌmZwgma VrZ AMmbH$ ~‹S>r g‘mÝVa ßboQ>mo
have surface charge densities σ,−2σ and Ho$ n¥ð> Amdoe KZËd H«$‘e… σ,−2σ VWm
4σ respectively as shown in figure. The 4σ h¡& q~Xw P na {dÚwV joÌ h¡
electric field at the point P is

σ σ
σ σ (A) (B)
(A) (B) ε0 2ε0
ε0 2ε0 3σ 3σ
3σ 3σ (C) (D)
(C) (D) 2ε0 ε0
2ε0 ε0
039. EH$ AMa dmoëQ>Vm H$s ~¡Q>ar CnbãY h¡ &
039. A battery of constant voltage is
available. How to adjust a system of VrZ EH$g‘mZ g§Ym[aÌm| Ho$ {ZH$m` go Cƒ
three identical capacitors to get high pñWa {dÚwV D$Om©dmbr pñW{V àmá H$aZo Ho$
electrostatic energy with the given {bE BÝh| H¡$go g§`mo{OV H$aZm Mm{hE
battery
(A) VrZm| g‘mÝVa H«$‘ ‘|
(A) Three in parallel
(B) Whatever may be combination, it (B) {H$gr ^r Vah H$m g§`moOZ hmo pñWa
will always have same electrostatic {dÚwV D$Om© h‘oem g‘mZ hmoJr
energy (C) Xmo g‘mÝVa H«$‘ ‘| d EH$ loUr H«$‘
(C) Two parallel and one in series
(D) Three in series
H$m g§`moOZ
(D) VrZm| loUr H«$‘ ‘|
040. Five resistances are connected as shown
in the figure. The equivalent resistance 040. nm±M à{VamoY {MÌmZwgma Ow‹S>o h¢ & q~Xw ­ A
between points A and C is
VWm q~Xw C Ho$ ‘Ü` Vwë` à{VamoY hmoJm

20 20
(A) 44 Ω (B)  Ω (A) 44 Ω (B)  Ω
3 3
(C) 21.2 Ω (D) 30 Ω (C) 21.2 Ω (D) 30 Ω

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041. The frequencies of X rays, Gamma rays 041. X {H$aUm|, Jm‘m {H$aUm| VWm Ñí` àH$me
and visible light waves rays are a, b Va§J {H$aUm| H$s Amd¥{V`m± H«$‘e… a, b
and c respectively, then VWm c h¢ V~
(A) a < b, b > c (B) a < b, b < c (A) a < b, b > c (B) a < b, b < c
(C) a > b > c (D) a > b, b < c (C) a > b > c (D) a > b, b < c

042. An equiconvex (biconvex) lens has 042. EH$ g‘ CÎmb b|g (C^`m|Îmb) H$s ’$moH$g
focus length f. It is cut into three parts
Xyar f h¡& BgH$mo {MÌmZwgma VrZ ^mJm| ‘|
{d^m{OV {H$`m OmVm h¡ Vmo H$mQ>o JE ^mJ
as shown in the figure. What is the
I H$s ’$moH$g bå~mB© Š`m hmoJr?
focal length of Cut part I ?

f
f (A) 3f (B)
(A) 3f (B) 3
3 f
f (C) (D) 2f
(C) (D) 2f 2
2
043. Iwbo n[anW ‘| EH$ gob H$s {gam| H$s
043. A cell has terminal voltage 2V in open dmoëQ>Vm 2V h¡ VWm {XE JE gob H$m
circuit and internal resistance of the Am§V[aH$ à{VamoY 2Ω h¡ & `{X 4A H$s
given cell is 2Ω. If 4A of current is Ymam q~XþAm| P VWm Q Ho$ ‘Ü` n[anW ‘|
flowing between points P and Q in the ~h ahr h¡ {~ÝXþAm| P VWm Q Ho$ ‘Ü`
circuit and then the potential difference {d^dmÝVa h¡
between P and Q is

(A) 22V (B) 24V


(A) 22V (B) 24V
(C) 30V (D) 26V
(C) 30V (D) 26V
044. EH$ àmoQ>moZ Ed§ EH$ Aë’$m H$U XmoZm| H$mo
044. A Proton and an alpha particle both are
g‘mZ {d^dmÝVa Ûmam Ëd[aV {H$`m OmVm
accelerated through the same potential
h¡& CZH$s g§JV S>r ~«mo½br Va§JX¡Y`m} H$m
difference. The ratio of corresponding
AZwnmV h¡
de-Broglie wavelengths is
1 1
(A) 2 2 (B) (A) 2 2 (B)
2 2 2 2
(C) 2 (D) 2 (C) 2 (D) 2

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045. Two balls of mass m and 4m are 045. Xmo J|Xo {OZH$m Ðì`‘mZ m VWm 4m h¢
connected by a rod of length L. The BZH$mo L bå~mB© H$s N>‹S> Ûmam Omo‹S>m OmVm
mass of the rod is small and can be
treated as zero. The size of the balls can
h¡ & N>‹S> H$m Ðì`‘mZ ZJÊ` h¡ VWm J|Xm|
also can be neglected. We also assume H$m AmH$ma ^r ZJÊ` h¡& h‘ `h ^r ‘mZVo
the centre of the rod is hinged, but the h¢ {H$ N>‹S> H$m Ho$ÝÐ H$sb{H$V {H$`m OmVm
rod can rotate about its centre in the h¡ naÝVw N>‹S> D$Üdm©Ya Vb ‘| {~Zm Kf©U
vertical plane without friction. What is Ho$ BgHo$ Ho$ÝÐ Ho$ gmnoj Ky{U©V hmo gH$Vr
the gravity induced angular acceleration
of the rod when the angle between the
h¡& O~ N>‹S> H$m D$Üdm©Ya aoIm Ho$ gmW
rod and the vertical line is θ as shown. {MÌmZwgma H$moU θ hmo Vmo Cg g‘` JwéËd
O{ZV N>‹S> H$m H$moUr` ËdaU Š`m hmoJm?

5g g
(A) sinθ (B) cosθ
6L 6L 5g g
(A) sinθ (B) cosθ
6g g 6L 6L
(C) sinθ (D) sinθ
5L 3L 6g g
(C) sinθ (D) sinθ
5L 3L
046. A projectile is projected with an initial
046. EH$ àjoß` H$mo àmapå^H$ doJ ^4it + 5tjh
velocity ^4it + 5tjh m/s. Here tj is the
m/s Ho$ gmW àjo{nV {H$`m OmVm h¡& `hm±
unit vector directed vertically upwards
tj BH$mB© g{Xe D$Üdm©Ya D$na H$s Amoa h¡
and unit vector it is in the horizontal
direction .Velocity of the projectile (in
VWm it BH$mB© g{Xe jo{VO {Xem ‘| h¡&
m/s) just before it hits the ground is àjoß` H$s O‘rZ go Q>³H$a go R>rH$ nyd©
(A) 4it - 5tj (B) - 4it - 5tj
CgH$m doJ (‘r./go.) hmoJm
(C) 4it + 5tj (D) - 4it + 5tj (A) 4it - 5tj (B) - 4it - 5tj
(C) 4it + 5tj (D) - 4it + 5tj
047. What is the approximate percentage
error in the measurement of time period 047. EH$ gab bmobH$ Ho$ AmdV©H$mb Ho$ ‘mnZ
of a simple pendulum if maximum ‘| bJ^J à{VeV Ìw{Q> {H$VZr hmoJr `{X
errors in the measurement of length l bå~mB© l VWm JwéËdr` ËdaU g ‘mnZ ‘|
and gravitational acceleration g are 3% A{YH$V‘ Ìw{Q> H«$‘e… 3% VWm 7% h¡
and 7% respectively ? (A) 5 % (B) 10 %
(A) 5 % (B) 10 % (C) 2 % (D) 3 %
(C) 2 % (D) 3 %

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048. A gas undergoes the cyclic process 048. EH$ J¡g EH$ MH«$s` àH«$‘ ‘| {MÌmZwgma
shown in figure .The cycle is repeated AZwgaU H$aVr h¡ & Bg MH«$ H$s à{V
100 times per minute. The power {‘ZQ> 100 ~ma nwZamd¥{Îm H$s OmVr h¡ &
generated is CËnÝZ e{º$ hmoJr

(A) 240W (B) 100W (A) 240W (B) 100W


(C) 60W (D) 120W (C) 60W (D) 120W

049. Three charges lie on the frictionless 049. VrZ Amdoe EH$ Kf©Ua{hV j¡{VO gVh na
horizontal surface at the vertices of EH$ g‘~mhþ {Ì^wO Ho$ erfm} na {MÌmZwgma
equilateral triangle as shown in figure. h¢& BZ‘| go Xmo Amdoe X VWm Y O‹S>dV
Two charges X and Y are fixed whereas (fixed) h¢ VWm Vrgam Amdoe Z ‘wº$ {H$`m
third charge Z is released. Which path OmVm h¡ Vmo ‘wº$ H$aZo Ho$ Cnam§V Amdoe Z
will charge Z take upon release ? Ûmam H$m¡Zgm nW (path) AnZm`m OmVm h¡?

(A) Path – III (B) Path – IV (A) nW – III (B) nW – IV

(C) Path – I (D) Path – II (C) nW – I (D) nW – II

050. There are two waves having wavelengths 050. Xmo Va§J| {OZH$s Va§JX¡Ü`© 100cm VWm
100cm and 101cm and same velocity 101cm h¡ VWm g‘mZ doJ 303m/s h¡&
303m/s. The beat frequency is {dñn§X Amd¥{V hmoJr
(A) 4Hz (B) 1Hz (A) 4Hz (B) 1Hz
(C) 3Hz (D) 2Hz (C) 3Hz (D) 2Hz

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CHEMISTRY /agm¶ZemñÌ
051. If enthalpies of formation for C2H4(g), 051. `{X C2H4(g), CO2(g) Am¡a H2O(l) Ho$ {bE
CO2(g) and H2O(l) at 25º C and 1 atm 25º C EH$ dm`w‘§S>br` Xm~ na {daMZ H$s
pressure be 52, –394 and –286 kJ mol–1 EÝWoënr H«$‘e… 52, –394 Am¡a –286 {H$bmo
respectively, enthalpy of combustion of
C2H4 (g) will be Oyb ‘mob –1 h¡, C2H4 (g) Ho$ XhZ H$s EÝWoënr
(A) –141.2 kJ mol–1 (B) –1412 kJ mol–1
hmoJr-
(A) –141.2 kJ mol–1 (B) –1412 kJ mol–1
(C) +141.2 kJ mol–1 (D) +1412 kJ mol–1 (C) +141.2 kJ mol–1 (D) +1412 kJ mol–1
052. Which graph shows zero activation
energy for reaction ? 052. A{^{H«$`m (reaction) Ho$ {bE H$m¡Zgm J«m’$
eyÝ` g{H«$`U D$Om© Xem©Vm h¡ ?
(A) (B)
(A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

053. Which of the following is correct for a 053. àW‘ H$mo{Q> H$s A{^{H«$`m Ho$ {bE {ZåZ ‘| go
first order reaction ? H$m¡Zgm ghr h¡0 ?
0 2
(A) t1/2 \ a (B) t1/2 \ a (A) t1/2 \ a
2
(B) t1/2 \ a
1 1
(C) t1/2 \ a (D) t1/2 \ (C) t1/2 \ a (D) t1/2 \
a a
054. 8.50gm of NH3 is present in 250 ml 054. 250 ml ‘| 8.50 J«m‘ A‘mo{Z`m CnpñWV h¡ &
volume. Its active mass is: BgH$m g{H«$` Ðì`‘mZ h¡ -
(A) 1.5 ML–1 (B) 2.0 ML–1 (A) 1.5 ML–1 (B) 2.0 ML–1
(C) 1.0 ML–1 (D) 0.5 ML–1 (C) 1.0 ML–1 (D) 0.5 ML–1

055.
The equilibrium constants of the reaction 055. A{^{H«$`m
1 1
SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g) ? SO3 (g) SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g) ? SO3 (g)

2 2
and 2SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g) ? 2SO3 (g) are Am¡a 2SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g) ? 2SO3 (g) Ho$
K1 and K2 respectively. The relationship amgm`{ZH$ gmå` pñWam§H$ H«$‘e… K1 Ed§ K2 h¡,
between K1 and K2 will be: K1 Am¡a K2 ‘| gå~ÝY hmoJm ?
2

2
(A) K1 = K 2 (B) K 2 = K1 (A) K1 = K 2 (B) K 2 = K1
3
(C) K1 = K2
3
(D) K 2 = K1 (C) K1 = K2 (D) K 2 = K1

056.
056.

`w½‘ H$hbmVm h¡
pair is known as (A) g§aMZm g‘md`r
(A) structure isomers
(B) geometrical isomers (B) Á`m{‘{V g‘md`r
(C) erythro stereoisomers (C) E[aW«mo {Ì{d‘ g‘md`r
(D) threo stereoisomers (D) {W«`mo {Ì{d‘ g‘md`r
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057. Which defect in any crystal lowers its 057. {H$gr {H«$ñQ>b ‘| H$m¡Zgr Ìw{Q> BgHo$ KZËd H$mo
density? H$‘ H$aVr h¡
(A) Schottky (B) Interstitial (A) emoQ>H$s (B) A§VamH$mer
(C) F centre (D) Frenkel (C) F Ho$ÝÐ (D) ’«|$Ho$b
058. The half life period of a radio active 058. EH$ ao{S>`mo g{H«$` VËd H$s AY© Am`w 30 {XZ h¡
element is 30 days, after 90 days the 90 {XZ ~mX CgH$s {ZåZ ‘mÌm eof ahoJr -
following quantity will be left
1 1
1 1 (A) (B)
(A) (B) 2 6
2 6 1 1
1 1 (C) (D)
(C) (D) 8 4
8 4
059. What is the number of atoms in the unit 059. H$m` H|${ÐV KZr` {H«$ñQ>b H$s EH$H$ H$mo{ð>H$m ‘|
cell of body centered cubic crystal ? na‘mUwAm| H$s g§»`m Š`m hmoVr h¡ ?
(A) 1 (B) 3 (A) 1 (B) 3
(C) 4 (D) 2 (C) 4 (D) 2
060. O~ {J«Ý`ma A{^H$‘©H$ H$sQ>m|Z go A{^{H«$`m
060. When Grignard reagent reacts with H$aVm h¡ Vmo àmá hmoVm h¡ -
ketone it yields (A) 3° EëH$mohb (B) EWoZmob
(A) 3o alcohol (B) Ethanol
(C) 1o alcohol (D) 2o alcohol (C) 1° EëH$mohb (D) 2° EëH$mohb

061. Formula of Bleaching powder is: 061. ãbrqMJ nmCS>a H$m gyÌ h¡
(A) Ca(OH)2 (B) CHCl3 (A) Ca(OH)2 (B) CHCl3
(C) CCl3CHO (D) CaOCl2
(C) CCl3CHO (D) CaOCl2
062. The geometry around the central atom in
+
+
ClF 4 is 062. ClF 4 ‘| Ho$ÝÐr` na‘mUw Ho$ Mmamo Amoa Á`m{‘{V h¡-
(A) octahedral (A) Aï>’$bH$s`
(B) trigonal bipyramidal (B) {ÌH$moUr` {Û {nam{‘S>r`
(C) square planar (C) dJ© g‘Vbr`
(D) square pyramidal
(D) dJ© {nam{‘S>r`
063. Among the following, the equilibrium
which is NOT affected by an increase in 063. Xm~ ~‹T>mZo na {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm gmå` à^m{dV
pressure is Zht hmoVm h¡
(A) C (s) + H 2 O (g) ? CO (g) + H 2 (g) (A) C (s) + H 2 O (g) ? CO (g) + H 2 (g)
(B) 3Fe (s) + 4H 2 O (g) ? Fe3 O 4 (s) + 4H 2 (g) (B) 3Fe (s) + 4H 2 O (g) ? Fe3 O 4 (s) + 4H 2 (g)
(C) 2SO3 (g) ? 2SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g) (C) 2SO3 (g) ? 2SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g)
(D) H 2 (g) + I 2 (s) ? 2HI (g) (D) H 2 (g) + I 2 (s) ? 2HI (g)
064. In the manufacture of ammonia by 064. ho~a àH«$‘ Ho$ Ûmam A‘mo{Z`m Ho$ {Z‘m©U ‘|
Haber’s process
N 2 (g) + 3H 2 (g) ? 2NH3 (g) + 92.3kJ N 2 (g) + 3H 2 (g) ? 2NH3 (g) + 92.3kJ
Which of the following conditions is {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgr eV© à{VHy$b h¡ ?
unfavourable ? (A) Vmn H$m KQ>Zm
(A) Reducing the temperature (B) A‘mo{Z`m Ho$ {Z‘m©U Ho$ gmW BgH$m
(B) Removing ammonia as it is formed {ZH$bZm
(C) Increasing the temperature (C) Vmn ~‹T>Zm
(D) Increasing the pressure (D) Xm~ H$m ~‹T>Zm

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065. Which of the following compounds can 065. {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm `m¡{JH$ Á`m{‘Vr` g‘md`Vm
exhibit both geometrical isomerism and VWm à{V{~å~ ê$nU (enantiomerism) XmoZm|
enantiomerism ? H$mo Xem©Vm h¡ ?
(A) (A)
(B) CH3 - CHOH - COOH (B) CH3 - CHOH - COOH
(C) CH3 - CH = CH - CH3 (C) CH3 - CH = CH - CH3
(D) (D)

066. Which of the following reacts fastest with 066. gmÝÐ HCl Ho$ gmW {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm Vrd«V‘
conc. HCl ? ê$n go A{^{H«$`m H$aVm h¡
(A) (CH3)3COH (A) (CH3)3COH
(B) CH2 = CH–CH2OH (B) CH2 = CH–CH2OH

(C) (C)

(D) (D)

067. A polymer which is commonly used as a 067. ~hþbH$ Omo gm‘Ý`V`m nXmWm] H$s noqH$J ‘| H$m‘
packaging material is AmVm h¡
(A) PVC (B) Bakelite. (A) PVC (B) ~¡Ho$bmB©Q>
(C) Polythene (D) Polypropylene (C) nmobr{WZ (D) nmo{bàmonrbrZ
068. Which pair does not represent the cyclic
068. H$m¡Zgm `w½‘ C4H6 AUw gyÌ dmbo MH«$s` `m¡{JH$
compound of the molecular formula
H$mo àX{e©V Zht H$aVm h¡
C4H6
(A)
(A)

(B)
(B)

(C)
(C)

(D)
(D)

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069. 069.

Product P in the above reaction is: Cnamoº$ A{^{H«$`m ‘| CËnmX P h¡


(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

070. The structure of carboxylate ion is best 070. H$m~m}pŠgboQ> Am`Z H$s g§aMZm H$m g~go AÀN>m
represented as:
(A) (B)
{Zê$nU h¡-
(A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

071. Which one of the following is not a unit 071. {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgr D$Om© H$s BH$mB© Zht h¡ ?
of energy ?
(A) lit-atm (B) kg m2 s–2 (A) lit-atm (B) kg m2 s–2
(C) Nm (D) kg. ms–2 (C) Nm (D) kg. ms–2
072. When a liquid that is immiscible with 072. EH$ Ðd Omo Ob ‘| A{‘lUr` h¡ H$m ^mn AmgdZ
water was steam distilled at 95.2°C at a 95.2°C na VWm Hw$b Xm~ 99.652KPa na
total pressure of 99.652KPa. The distillate {H$`m J`m & AmgwV ‘| Ob Ho$ àË`oH$ J«m‘ Ho$
contained 1.27gm of the liquid per gram gmW Ðd H$m 1.27gm CnpñWV h¡ & `{X Ob
of water. What will be the molar mass of H$m dmînXm~ 95.2°C na 85.140KPa h¡ , Ðd
the liquid if the vapour pressure of water H$m ‘moba Ðì`‘mZ Š`m hmoJm ?
is 85.140KPa at 95.2°C ? (A) 99.65 gm mol–1
(A) 99.65 gm mol–1 (B) 18 gm mol–1
(B) 18 gm mol–1 (C) 134.1 gm mol–1
(C) 134.1 gm mol–1 (D) 105.74 gm mol–1
(D) 105.74 gm mol–1
073. Š`m hmoVm h¡ `{X EH$ H$mo{eH$m H$mo 0.4% (Ðì`‘mZ
073. What will happen if a cell is placed into /Am`VZ ) NaCl {db`Z ‘| aIm OmVm h¡?
0.4% (mass/volume) NaCl solution (A) H$mo{eH$m Ho$ Am`VZ ‘o H$moB© n[adV©Z Zht hmoJm
(A) there will be no change in cell volume
(B) H$mo{eH$m {db` hmo Om`oJr
(B) Cell will dissolve
(C) H$mo{eH$m ’y${bV hmoJr
(C) Cell will swell
(D) Cell will shrink (D) H$mo{eH$m {gHw$‹S> Om`oJr
-8
074. What is pH of 2 # 10
-8
molar HCl 074. 2 # 10 ‘moba HCl {db`Z H$s pH
solution? Here log2  =  0.301 and Š`m hmoJr? ¶hm± log2  =  0.301 Ed§
log3 = 0.477 log3 = 0.477
(A) 6.92 (B) 9.5 (A) 6.92 (B) 9.5
(C) 5.4 (D) 7.7 (C) 5.4 (D) 7.7

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075. If at cubic cell, atom A present all corners 075. `{X EH$ KZr` H$mo{eH$m Ho$ g^r H$moZm| na ­A
and atom B at the centre of each face. na‘mUw CnpñWV h¡ Am¡a àË`oH$ ’$bH$ Ho$ Ho$ÝÐH$
What will be the molecular formula of
na B na‘mUw CnpñWV h¡ `{X EH$ H$m`{dH$U© na
the compounds, if all the atoms present
on one body diagonal are replaced by
CnpñWV g^r na‘mUwAm| H$mo na‘mUw C Ho$ Ûmam
atom C ? à{VñWm{nV H$a {X`m OmE Vmo `m¡{JH$ H$m AUw
(A) A3B12C (B) AB12C3
gyÌ Š`m hmoJm?
(A) A3B12C (B) AB12C3
(C) ABC3 (D) A3B12C4
(C) ABC3 (D) A3B12C4
076. If a compound is formed by X, Y, and Z
atoms and Z is present on the corners, 076. `{X EH$ `m¡{JH$ na‘mUw X,Y Am¡a Z go {‘bH$a ~Zm
Y is present 1 tetrahedral voids and X hmo `{X Z na‘mUw H$moZm| na CnpñWV hmo, Y na‘mUw
2
atom in 1 octahedral voids, which of the 1 MVwî’$bH$s` [ap³VH$mAm| ‘| Am¡a X na‘mUw 1
2 2 2
following will be the molecular formula AîQ>’$bH$s` [ap³VH$mAm| ‘| CnpñWV hmo Vmo `m¡{JH$
of the compound.
H$m AUw gyÌ {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm hmoJm?
(A) X2Y4Z (B) XYZ4 (A) X2Y4Z (B) XYZ4
(C) XYZ (D) X2ZY (C) XYZ (D) X2ZY

077. If an element A is placed in


077. `{X VËd A {dÚwV amgm`{ZH$ loUr ‘| VËd B go
electrochemicals series above element B
but below element C, then the order of D$na h¡ bo{H$Z VËd C go ZrMo CnpñWV h¡, VËdm|
oxidation power of elements H$s Am°ŠgrH$aU j‘Vm H$m H«$‘ Š`m hmoJm?
(A) C > A > B (B) B > A > C (A) C > A > B (B) B > A > C
(C) A > B > C (D) C > B > A (C) A > B > C (D) C > B > A

078. {ZåZ H$m~m}YZm`Zm| Ho$ ñWm{`Ëd H$m KQ>Vm hþAm


078. What will be the decreasing order of
stability of following carbocations ? H«$‘ hmoJm

(A) 5 > 4 > 3 > 2 > 1 (A) 5>4>3>2>1


(B) 1 > 2 > 3 > 4 > 5 (B) 1 > 2 >3 > 4 > 5
(C) 3 > 5 > 4 > 1 > 2 (C) 3>5>4>1>2
(D) 1 > 2 > 3 > 5 > 4 (D) 1>2>3>5>4

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079. 079.
In above reaction P and Q are Cnamo³V A{^{H«$`m ‘| P VWm Q h¡
(A) (A)

(B) (B)

(C) (C)

(D) (D)

080. The one electron species having 080. EH$ BboŠQ´moZ ñnrerO {OgHo$ Am`ZZ D$Om©
ionization energy of 54.4 eVs
54.4 BboŠQ´moZ dmoëQ> h¡ -
(A) He+ (B) H
(A) He+ (B) H
(C) Be+2 (D) Be+3
(C) Be+2 (D) Be+3
081. Which of the following set of quantum
numbers represents the highest energy 081. {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgo ³dm§Q>‘ g§»`mAmo H$m
of an atom ? g‘yh na‘mUw H$s CƒV‘ D$Om© H$mo {Zé{nV
1 H$aVm h¡
(A) n = 3, l = 2, m = 1, s = +
2 1
1 (A) n = 3, l = 2, m = 1, s = +
(B) n = 4, l = 0, m = 0, s = - 2
2 1
(B) n = 4, l = 0, m = 0, s = -
1 2
(C) n = 3, l = 0, m = 4, s = + 1
2 (C) n = 3, l = 0, m = 4, s = +
1 2
(D) n = 3, l = 1, m = 1, s = + 1
2 (D) n = 3, l = 1, m = 1, s = +
082. In OF2, oxygen has hybridization of 2
(A) sp3 (B) None of the options 082. OF2 ‘| Am°ŠgrOZ H$m g§H$aU h¡
(C) sp (D) sp2 (A) sp3 (B) BZ‘| go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht
3- 2-
(C) sp (D) sp2
A m o n g s t NO3 , AsO3 , CO3 ,
-
083.
2- 3- 3- 2- 2-
NO3 , AsO3 , CO3 , ClO3 , SO3
- -
ClO3 , SO3 and BO3 the non-planar
-
083. Am¡a
3-
species are BO3 ‘| go Ag‘Vb ñnrerO h¡
- 2- 3- - 2- 3-
(A) NO3 , CO3 and BO3 (A) NO3 , CO3 VWm BO3
2- 3- 2- - 3-
(B) SO3 , ClO3 VWm BO3
-
(B) SO3 , ClO3 and BO3
2- 2- 3- 2- 2- 3-
(C) CO3 , SO3 and BO3 (C) CO3 , SO3 VWm BO3
3- 2- 2-
(D)
3- 2-
AsO3 , CO3 and SO3
2-
(D) AsO3 , CO3 VWm SO3

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084. The Lewis acidity of BF3 is less than 084. BF3 H$s bwB©g Aåbr`Vm BCl3 go H$‘ h¡
BCl 3 even though fluorine is more
electronegative than chlorine. It is due to O~{H$ âbmo[aZ H$s {dÚwV F$UVm ŠbmoarZ
(A) stronger 1p(B)–3p (Cl) σ - bonding go A{YH$ h¡ & BgH$m H$maU h¡ -
(B) stronger 2p(B)-3p(Cl) π - bonding (A) à~b 1p(B)–3p (Cl) σ - ~ÝYZ
(C) stronger 2p(B)–2p (F) σ - bonding (B) à~b 2p(B)-3p(Cl) π - ~ÝYZ
(D) stronger 2p(B)–2p(F) π - bonding (C) à~b 2p(B)–2p (F) σ - ~ÝYZ
(D) à~b 2p(B)–2p(F) π - ~ÝYZ
085. The IUPAC name of the compound is:
085. `m¡{JH$ H$m AmB©.`y.nr.E.gr.Zm‘ h¡


(A) 2-carbamoylhexanal
(B) 2-carbamoylhex-3-enal (A) 2-H$m~m}‘mo`bhoŠgoZob
(C) 2-methyl-6-oxohex-3-enamide (B) 2- H$m~m}‘mo`bhoŠg -3-BZob
(D) 6-keto-2-methyl hexamide (C) 2-‘o{Wb-6 Am°ŠgmohoŠg-3-BZm‘mBS>
(D) 6-H$sQ>mo -2-‘o{Wb hoŠgm‘mBS
086. The IUPAC name of
086. {ZåZ H$m AmB©.`y.nr.E.gr. Zm‘ h¡

is
is
(A) 4-Bromo-2-chloro-5-iodo-1-fluoro
benzene (A) 4-~«mo‘mo-2-Šbmoamo-5-Am`S>mo-1-âbmoamo
(B) 2-carbamoylhex-3-enal ~oÝOrZ
(C) 1-Bromo-2-chloro-3-fluoro-6-iodo (B) 2-H$m~m}‘mo`bhoŠg -3-BZob
benzene (C) 1-~«mo‘mo-2-Šbmoamo-3-âbmoamo-6-Am`S>mo
(D) 2-Bromo-1-chloro-5-fluoro-3-iodo ~oÝOrZ
benzene (D) 2-~«mo‘mo-1-Šbmoamo-5-âbmoamo-3-Am`S>mo
~oÝOrZ
087. Which of the following compounds
contain at least one secondary 087. {ZåZ `m¡{JH$m| ‘| go {H$g‘o H$‘ go H$‘
alcohol ? EH$ {ÛVr` EëH$mohb h¡?


(A) (i), (ii), (iii), (v) (A) (i), (ii), (iii), (v)
(B) (i), (iii), (v) (B) (i), (iii), (v)
(C) (i), (ii), (iv), (vi) (C) (i), (ii), (iv), (vi)
(D) (i), (ii), (iii) (D) (i), (ii), (iii)
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088. Transition state 2 (T.S.2) is structurally 088. g§aMZmË‘H$ ê$n go g§H«$‘U AdñWm 2 (T.S.2)
most likely as: A{YH$ g‘mZ h¡

(A) intermediate 2 (A) ‘Ü`dVu 2 (intermediate 2)


(B) product (B) CËnmX (product)
(C) intermediate 1 (C) ‘Ü`dVu 1 (intermediate 1)
(D) transition state 3(T.S.3) (D) g§H«$‘U AdñWm 3 (T.S.3)
089. The decreasing order of electron affinity 089. BboŠQ´moZ AmË‘r`Vm (~§YwVm) H$m KQ>Vm hþAm
is:
H«$‘ h¡-
(A) I > Br > Cl > F
(A) I > Br > Cl > F
(B) Br > Cl > F > I
(B) Br > Cl > F > I
(C) F > Cl > Br > I
(C) F > Cl > Br > I
(D) Cl > F > Br > I
(D) Cl > F > Br > I
090. The isomerism exhibited by following
090. AYmo{bpIV `m¡{JH$m| [Co(NH3)6][Cr(CN)6]
compounds [Co(NH3)6][Cr(CN)6] and
[Cr(NH3)6][Cr(CN)6] is
VWm [Cr(NH3)6][Cr(CN)6] Ûmam g‘md`Vm
(A) Ionization isomerization àX{e©V hmo ahr h¡ -
(B) Polymerisation isomerism (A) Am`ZZ g‘md`Vm
(C) Linkage isomerism (B) ~hþbH$sH$aU g‘md`Vm
(D) Coordination isomerism (C) ~ÝYZr g‘md`Vm
(D) Cnghg§`moOZ g‘md`Vm
091. For the reaction
2SO 2 + O 2 (excess) " 2SO3 the order of 091. A{^{H«$`m 2SO 2 + O 2 (excess) " 2SO3 Ho$
reaction with respect to O2 is {bE O2 Ho$ gÝX^© (gmnoj ) ‘| A{^{H«$`m H$s
(A) two (B) three H$mo{Q> h¡
(C) zero (D) one (A) Xmo (B) VrZ
(C) eyÝ` (D) EH$
092. Friedel – Craft reaction is not related
with: 092. ’«$sSo>b-H«$mâQ> A{^{H«$`m {ZåZ{bpIV ‘| go
(A) Acylation (B) Reduction gå~§{YV Zht h¡
(C) Sulphonation (D) Nitration (A) E{g{bH$aU (B) AnM`Z
(C) gë’$mo{ZH$aU (D) ZmBQ´rH$aU

093. Compound has the


093. `m¡{JH$ Ho$ {bE CngJ© h¡
following prefix
(A) trans (B) Anti (A) Q´m§g (B) EÝQ>r
(C) E (D) Z (C) E (D) Z

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094. The molecule C3O2 has a linear structure. 094. AUw C3O2 H$s g§aMZm a¡pIH$ h¡ & Bg `m¡{JH$ ‘|
This compound has (A) 2 σ VWm 3 π Am~ÝY
(A) 2 σ and 3 π bonds (B) 3 σ VWm 4 π Am~ÝY
(B) 3 σ and 4 π bonds (C) 4 σ VWm 4 π  Am~ÝY
(C) 4 σ and 4 π bonds
(D) 3 σ VWm 2 π Am~ÝY
(D) 3 σ and 2 π bonds
095. XeF2 VWm NH3 H$s g§aMZmE± h¢ H«$‘e…
095. The structure of XeF2 and NH3
respectively are (A) a¡pIH$, T>ÝHw$br (gr gm°)
(A) linear, see-saw (B) ~§{H$V T>ÝHw$br (gr gm°)
(B) bent, see-saw (C) ~§{H$V, MVwî’$bH$s`
(C) bent, tetrahedral (D) a¡pIH$, {nar{‘{S>`
(D) linear, pyramidal
096. 6 BrF4@ - , XeF6 VWm 6SbCl6@ 3- Ho$ Ho$ÝÐr`
096. The number of lone pair(s) of electrons na‘mUw na EH$mH$s BboŠQ´moZ `w½‘m| H$s g§»`m h¡
on the central atom in 6 BrF4@ - , XeF6 and H«$‘e…
6SbCl6@ 3- are, respectively. (A) 2,1 VWm 1 (B) 2,1 VWm 0
(A) 2,1 and 1 (B) 2,1 and 0 (C) 2,0 VWm 1 (D) 1, 0 VWm 0
(C) 2,0 and 1 (D) 1, 0 and 0
097. H$m¡Zgm EH$ {H«$ñQ>br` R>mogm| H$m JwU Zht h¡ ?
097. Which one is not the property of
(A) {Z{üV Ed§ {Z`{‘V Á`m{‘Vr`
crystalline soild ?
(B) Cƒ AÝVampÊdH$ ~b
(A) A definite and regular geometry
(C) g‘X¡{eH$
(B) High intermolecular forces
(C) isotropic (D) VrúU JbZm§H$ {~ÝXþ
(D) Sharp melting point
098. EH$ Admînerb {dbo` Ho$ {bE
098. For a non-volatile solute: (A) {db`Z H$m dmînXm~ {dbm`H$ Ho$ dmînXm~
(A) vapour pressure of solution is more go A{YH$ hmoVm h¡
than vapour pressure of solvent (B) {X¶o JE g^r {dH$ën ghr h¡
(B) all of the options (C) {dbo` H$m dmînXm~ eyÝ` hmoVm h¡
(C) vapour pressure of solute is zero (D) {dbm`H$ H$m dmînXm~ eyÝ` hmoVm h¡
(D) vapour pressure of solvent is zero
099. {‘gob h¡
099. Micelles are: (A) A{Yemo{fV CËàoaH$
(A) adsorbed catalyst (B) AmXe© {db`Z
(B) ideal solution
(C) Oob
(C) gel
(D) ghMmar H$mobmBS>
(D) associated colloids

100. Milk is an emulsion in which: 100. XyY EH$ nm`g h¡ {Og‘|


(A) a gas is dispersed in water (A) EH$ J¡g H$m Ob ‘| n[ajonU ahVm h¡
(B) lactose is dispersed in water (B) boŠQ>mog H$m Ob ‘| n[ajonU ahVm h¡
(C) Milk fat is dispersed in water (C) XyY dgm H$m Ob ‘| n[ajonU ahVm h¡
(D) a solid is dispersed in water (D) EH$ R>mog H$m Ob ‘| n[ajonU ahVm h¡

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MATHEMATICS / J{UV
101. The value of lim cos h x - cos x is 101. lim cos h x - cos x H$m ‘mZ h¡
x"0 x sin x x"0 x sin x
1
(A) (B) 2 1
3 (A) (B) 2
1 3 1
(C) 1 (D) (C) 1 (D)
2 2
x x
1 1
102. Value of Maxima of a x k is 102. ’$bZ a x k H$m C{ƒîQ> ‘mZ h¡
1 e 1 e e
(A) a e k (B) e
e
(A) a e k (B) e
a1 e k
(C) e (D) e
a1 e k
(C) e (D) e
1
2 1
-1
sin x dx
103. The value of the integral w 2 32 103. w
2
sin
-1
x dx
$Ho$ g‘mH$b H$m ‘mZ
(1 - x )
0 2 32
0 (1 - x )
π π 1
(A) - log 2 (B) - log 2 π π 1
2 4 2 (A) - log 2 (B) - log 2
π 1 1 2 4 2
(C) + log 2 (D) π - log 2 π 1 1
2 2 2 (C) + log 2 (D) π - log 2
2 2 2
1 1
104. Integral of 104.
2 + cos x 2 + cos x
H$m g‘mH$b h¡
1 -1 1
1 -1 1
(A) tan a tan x k + c (A) tan a tan x k + c
3 2 3 2
2 -1 1 x 2 1 x
(B) tan d tan n + c (B)
-1
tan d tan n + c
3 3 2 3 3 2
(C) - sin x log (2 + cos x) + c (C) - sin x log (2 + cos x) + c
(D) sin x log (2 + cos x) + c (D) sin x log (2 + cos x) + c

105. The eccentricity of an ellipse 105. {XE JE XrK©d¥V


2 2 2 2
9x + 16y = 144 is 9x + 16y = 144 H$s CËHo$ÝÐVm h¡
3 5 3 5
(A) (B) (A) (B)
5 3 5 3
7 2 7
(C) (D) 2
4 5 (C) (D)
4 5
106. Taking axes of hyperbola as coordinate 106. A{Vnadb` Ho$ Ajmo§ H$mo {ZX}e Aj ‘mZH$a
axes, find its equation when the distance A{Vnadb` H$m g‘rH$aU Š`m hmoJm, O~
between the foci is 16 and eccentricity {H$ Zm{^`mo§ H$s Xyar 16 h¡ VWm CËHo$ÝÐVm
is 2 2 h¡
2 2 2 2
(A) x - y = 32 (B) x - y = 64
2
(A) x - y = 32
2 2
(B) x - y = 64
2
2 2 2 2
(C) x - y = 8 (D) x - y = 16
2 2
(C) x - y = 8
2 2
(D) x - y = 16
2 2
107. For a circle x + y = 81, what is the 107. d¥ Î m x 2 + y 2 = 81, H$s Cg Ordm H$m
equation of chord whose mid point is g‘rH$aU Š`m hmoJm, {OgH$m ‘Ü` {~ÝXþ
(– 2, 3) (– 2, 3) h¡
(A) 2x - 3y + 13 = 0 (A) 2x - 3y + 13 = 0
(B) 3x - 2y + 13 = 0 (B) 3x - 2y + 13 = 0
(C) 2x - 3y - 13 = 0 (C) 2x - 3y - 13 = 0
(D) 2x + 3y + 13 = 0 (D) 2x + 3y + 13 = 0

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108. The condition so that the line 108. dh eV© Š`m hmoJr O~ aoIm
lx + my + n = 0 may touch the parabola
2
lx + my + n = 0 nadb` y = 8x H$mo ñne©
2
y = 8x H$a gHo$
2 2
(A) 8m = l n (B) 2m = l n
2
(A) 8m = l n
2
(B) 2m = l n
2 2
(C) m = 8l n (D) m = 2l n 2 2
(C) m = 8l n (D) m = 2l n
109. The equation of that diameter of the
2 2
circle x + y - 6x + 2y - 8 = 0 which
109. d¥Îm x 2 + y 2 - 6x + 2y - 8 = 0 H$m ì`mg
passes through the origin is
(Omo {H$ ‘yb {~ÝXþgo JwOaVm h¡) H$m
(A) x + 3y = 0 (B) 3x - y = 0
g‘rH$aU Š`m hmoJm?
(A) x + 3y = 0 (B) 3x - y = 0
(C) 6x - y = 0 (D) 3x + 2y = 0
(C) 6x - y = 0 (D) 3x + 2y = 0
110. If z is a complex number then
110. ¶{X z EH$ gpå‘l g§»¶m h¡ Vmo
(z + 5) ( z + 5 ) is
2 2 (z + 5) ( z +2 5 ) ~am~a h¡ 2
(A) z + 5i (B) z - 5 (A) z + 5i (B) z - 5 2
2 2 2
(C) (z + 5) (D) z + 5 (C) (z + 5) (D) z + 5

111. If z is a complex number then which 111. ¶{X z EH$ gpå‘l g§»¶m h¡ Vmo {ZåZ ‘|
of the following statement is true? go H$m¡Zgm H$WZ g˶ h¡ ?
(A) _ z z i is purely imaginary (A) _ z z i {dewÕ H$mën{ZH$ h¡
(B) _ z z i is nonnegative real (B) _ z z i AG$UmË‘H$ dmñV{dH$ h¡
(C) _ z - z i is purely real (C) _ z - z i {dewÕ dmñV{dH$ h¡
(D) _ z + z i is purely imaginary (D) _ z + z i {dewÕ H$mën{ZH$ h¡

112. If ω is the cubic root of unity, then value 112. ¶{X ω BH$mB© H$m KZ‘yb h¡ Vmo
2 2 2 2
of the (1 + ω - ω2) 2 + (1 - ω + ω2) 2 + 1 is (1 + ω - ω ) + (1 - ω + ω ) + 1 H$m ‘mZ h¡
(A) −1 (B) 7 (A) −1 (B) 7
(C) 1 (D) − 3 (C) 1 (D) − 3
12

113.
12
If _1 + i 3 i = a + ib , Here a and b 113. ¶{X _1 + i 3 i = a + ib h¡ a VWm b
dmñV{dH$ h¢ Vmo b H$m ‘mZ h¡
are real, then the value of b is 12 12
12 12
(A) _ 3 i (B) _ 2 i (A) _ 3 i (B) _ 2 i
(C) 0 (D) 1 (C) 0 (D) 1

2 2 114. ¶{X f (θ) = 2 (sec 2 θ + cos 2 θ), h¡ Vmo BgH$m


114. If f (θ) = 2 (sec θ + cos θ), then its
‘mZ gX¡d
value always
(A) 4 > f (θ) >2 (B) f (θ) $ 4
(A) 4 > f (θ) >2 (B) f (θ) $ 4
(C) f _θ i <2 (D) f _θ i = 2
(C) f _θ i <2 (D) f _θ i = 2
115. ¶{X cot x - tan x = 2 , h¡ Vmo ì`mnH$ hb
115. If cot x - tan x = 2 , then generalized
h¡ (`hm± n EH$ nyUmªH$ h¡)
solution is (here n is integer)
(A) x = nπ + π (B) x = nπ + π (A) x = nπ + π (B) x = nπ + π
2 8 4 16 2 8 4 16
(C) x = 2nπ + (D) x = nπ + π
π (C) x = 2nπ + π (D) x = nπ + π
2 4 2 4

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116. A plane is flying horizontally at a height 116. EH$ {d‘mZ O‘rZ go 1Km D±$MmB© na
of 1Km from ground. Angle of elevation j¡{VO {Xem ‘| C‹S> ahm h¡ & {H$gr jU
of the plane at a certain instant is 60°. na {d‘mZH$m CÝZ`Z H$moU 60° h¡& 20
After 20 seconds angle of elevation is
goH$ÊS> ~mX CÝZ`Z H$moU 30° nm`m J`m
Vmo {d‘mZ H$s Mmb h¡
found 30°. The speed of plane is
(A) 100 3 m/s (B) 200 3 m/s
(A) 100 3 m/s (B) 200 3 m/s
100 200
100 200 (C) m /s (D) m /s
(C) m /s (D) m /s 3 3
3 3
2 3 4
117.
2 3 4
sin θ cos θ - sin θ cos θ is equal 117. sin θ cos θ - sin θ cos θ ~am~a h¡
(A) 1 sin 2 2θ (B) 1 sin θ sin 4θ (A) 1 sin 2 2θ (B) 1 sin θ sin 4θ
2 4 2 4
(C) 1 cos θ sin 4θ (D) 1 cos θ sin 4θ (C) 1 cos θ sin 4θ (D) 1 cos θ sin 4θ
2 4 2 4

118. If 2 sin C cos A = sin B, then ∆ ABC is


118. ¶{X 2 sin C cos A = sin B,   h¡  Vmo ∆ ABC h¡
(A) right angle triangle
(B) none of the options (A) g‘H$moU `wº$ {Ì^wO
(C) Isosceles triangle (B) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht
(D) equilateral triangle (C) g‘{Û~mhþ {Ì^wO
(D) g‘~mhþ {Ì^wO

119. Value of the tan 9 1 cos- 1 a 2 kC is 119. {ZåZ tan 9 cos a kC


1 -1 2
H$m ‘mZ h¡
2 3 2 3
(A) 1 (B) 3 1 3
10
(A) (B)
5 5 10
(C) 5 (D) 1 - 5 (C) 5 (D) 1 - 5
2 2 2 2

2 2 2 2
120. If r = x + y + z and 120. ¶{X 2 2
r = x + y + z VWm
2 2

yz - 1 xz - 1 yz - 1 xz π
π tan xr + tan yr = - tan φ Vmo
-1
xr + tan yr = 2 - tan φ then
-1 -1
tan 2
zr xy zr xy
(A) φ = xy (B) φ = zr (A) φ = xy (B) φ = zr
x+ y yz x+ y yz xz
(C) φ = zr (D) φ = xr + xz
yr
(C) φ = zr (D) φ = xr + yr

121. A§H$ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 VWm 7 br{OE& BZ


121. Consider digits 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and
7. Using these digits, numbers of five
A§H$mo§ H$m Cn`moJ H$aVo hþE nm±M A§H$mo§ H$s
digits are formed. Then probability of g§»`mE± ~ZmB© OmVr h¢ Vmo BZ nm±M A§H$mo§
these such five digit numbers that have H$s Eogr g§»`mAmo§ Ho$ XmoZm| {gam| na {df‘
odd digits at their both ends is A§H$ AmZo H$s àm{`H$Vm Š`m hmoJr?
3 3
(A) (B) None of the options (A) (B) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht
7 7
1 2 1 2
(C) (D) (C) (D)
7 7 7 7

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122. Out of 100 bicycles, ten bicycles have 122. gm¡ gmB{H$bm| ‘o go 10 gmB{H$bo§ n§Ma h¢¡
puncture. What is the probability of Vmo nm±M gmB{H$bm| Ho$ à{VXe© (goånb) ‘o
not having any punctured bicycle in a go {H$gr ^r gmB©{H$b ‘o§ n§Ma Zht hmoZo
sample of 5 bicycles ? 5 H$s àm{`H$Vm Š`m hmoJr? 5
1 9 1 9
(A) 9 (B) d n (A)
2 10 9 (B) d n
10
1 1 2
(C) 5 (D) 5 1 1
10 2 (C) 5 (D) 5
10 2
123. Probability of solving a particular
question by person A is 1/3 and 123. ì`{º$ A H$s {H$gr {d{eð> àý H$mo hb
probability of solving that question by H$aZo H$s àm{`H$Vm 1/3 h¡ VWm Cgr àý
person B is 2/5. What is the probability
H$mo ì`{º$ B Ûmam hb H$aZo H$s àm{`H$Vm
2/5 h¡& CZ XmoZm| ‘o§ go H$‘ go H$‘ EH$
of solving that question by at least one
Ho$ Ûmam Cg àý H$mo hb H$aZo H$s àm{`H$Vm
of them ?
Š`m hmoJr?
(A) 3/5 (B) 7/9 (A) 3/5 (B) 7/9
(C) 2/5 (D) 2/3 (C) 2/5 (D) 2/3

124. Four men and three women are 124. Mma nwéf VWm VrZ ‘{hbmE± EH$ bmBZ
standing in a line for railway ticket. (n§{º$) ‘o aobdo {Q>H$Q> Ho$ {bE I‹S>o h¢
The probability of standing them in Vmo CZHo$ EH$m§Va H«$‘ ‘o I‹S>o hmoZo H$s
alternate manner is àm{`H$Vm Š`m hmoJr?
(A) 1 (B) 1 (A) 1 (B) 1
84 7 84 7
(C) 1 (D) 1
(C) 1 (D) 1
35 33 35 33

125. log3 2, log6 2, log12 2 are in 125. log3 2, log6 2, log12 2 h¡


(A) H.P. (B) None of the options (A) H.P. ‘| (B) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht
(C) A.P. (D) G.P. (C) A.P. ‘| (D) G.P. ‘|

126. If p, q, r, s, t and u are in A.P. then 126. `{X p, q, r, s, t VWm u g‘mÝVa loUr
difference (t - r) is equal (A. P.) ‘| h¡§ Vmo AÝVa (t - r) ~am~a h¡
(A) 2 (s - r) (B) (u - q) (A) 2 (s - r) (B) (u - q)
(C) 2 (s - p) (D) 2 (u - q) (C) 2 (s - p) (D) 2 (u - q)

127. Value of 7_logb ai _log c bi _log a ciA 127. 7_logb ai _log c bi _log a ciA H$m ‘mZ h¡
(A) abc (B) log abc (A) abc (B) log abc
(C) 0 (D) 1 (C) 0 (D) 1

1 + 1 + 1 + 1 +
128. If p = 1 then 128. ¶{X p= 1 Vmo
log3 π log 4 π log3 π log 4 π

(A) 2.5  <   p   <   3 (B)  p   >   3 (A) 2.5  <   p   <   3 (B)  p   >   3


(C) 1.5  <   p   <   2 (D) 2   <   p   <   2.5 (C) 1.5  <   p   <   2 (D) 2   <   p   <   2.5

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10 10
2 2
3x + 5 3x + 5
129. In the expansion of f 2p 129. f 2p Ho$ {dñVma ‘§o ‘ܶ nX h¡
5 3x 5 3x
midterm is
(A) 291 (B) 242 (A) 291 (B) 242
(C) 252 (D) 284 (C) 252 (D) 284

130.
2
If roots of equation of x + x + 1 = 0 130. ¶{X g‘rH$aU x 2 + x + 1 = 0 Ho$ ‘yb a, b
h¡ VWm x 2 + px + q = 0 Ho$ ‘yb ba , ba Vmo
2
are a, b and roots of x + px + q = 0
a b p + q H$m ‘mZ h¡&
are , a then value of p + q is
b
2 +1 2 +1
(A) 2 (B) (A) 2 (B)
2 2
(C) – 1 (D) 1 (C) – 1 (D) 1

3
1/a bc a 3
3 1/a bc a
131. The value of Determinant 1/b ca b 3
3 131. gma{UH$ 1/b ca b H$m ‘mZ h¡$
1/c ab c 3
1/c ab c
2 2 2
(A) a b c (a - b) (b - c) (c - a) 2 2 2
(A) a b c (a - b) (b - c) (c - a)
(B) None of the options
(C) 0 (B) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht
(C) 0
(D) (a - b) (b - c) (c - a)
(D) (a - b) (b - c) (c - a)

3 - 1 3x - 2x 8
132. If >
3 - 1 3x
H > H +>
- 2x 8
H = > H the 132. ¶{X > H > H +> H= > H h¡ Vmo
0 6 1 3 9 0 6 1 3 9

value of x is x H$m ‘mZ h¡


3
3 (A) - (B) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht
(A) - (B) None of the options 8
8 2
2 (C) 7 (D) -
(C) 7 (D) - 9
9
133. Consider A and B two square matrices 133. EH$ hr H$mo{Q> H$s Xmo dJ© ‘o{Q´Šgmo A VWm
of same order. Select the correct B na {dMma H$s{OE& {ZåZ ‘o§ go H$m¡Zgm
alternative
H$WZ gË` h¡
(A) AB must be greater than A
(A) AB H$m ‘mZ A go ~‹S>m hr hmoJm
1 1
(B) > H is not unit matrix. 1 1
(B) > H

1 1 BH$mB© ‘o{Q´>³g Zht h¡
1 1
(C) A + B must be greater than A
(C) A + B H$m  ‘mZ A go  ~‹S>m hr hmoJm
(D) If AB = 0 either A or B must be
(D) ¶{X AB = 0 V~ ¶m Vmo A ¶m B  eyݶ
zero matrix
‘¡{Q´>³g hr hmoJr&

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134. Function f : N " N, f (x) = 2x + 3 is 134. ’$bZ f : N " N, f (x) = 2x + 3 h¡
(A) Many- one Onto function (A) ~hþEoH$s AmÀN>mXH$
(B) Many -one Into function (B) ~hþEoH$s AÝVj}nr
(C) One-one Onto function (C) EH¡$H$s AmÀN>mXH$
(D) One-one Into function (D) EH¡$H$s AÝVj}nr

135. If domain of the function 135. ¶{X ’$bZ f (x) = x 2 - 6x + 7 H$m àmÝV
2
f (x) = x - 6x + 7 is (–  ∞, ∞) then its (–  ∞, ∞) h¡ Vmo BgH$m n[aga hmoJm
range is (A) [–2, 3] (B) (–  ∞, –2)
(A) [–2, 3] (B) (–  ∞, –2) (C) (–  ∞, ∞) (D) [–2, ∞)
(C) (–  ∞, ∞) (D) [–2, ∞)
136. `{X Xmo ~bm| P VWm Q Ho$ n[aUm‘r H$m n[a‘mU
136. The resultant of two forces P and Q P h¡& `{X ~b P H$mo XþJwZm H$a {X`m OmE
is of magnitude P. If the force P is
d ~b Q H$mo An[ad{V©V aIm OmE Vmo ZE
doubled, Q remaining the same, then
angle between new resultant and the
n[aUm‘r VWm ~b Q Ho$ ‘Ü` H$moU hmoJm
(A) 60° (B) 90°
force Q is
(C) 30° (D) 45°
(A) 60° (B) 90°
(C) 30° (D) 45° 137. EH$ N>‹S> bå~mB© L h¡ BgH$m aoIr` Ðì`‘mZ
KZËd BgHo$ EH$ {gao go Xyar Ho$ dJ© Ho$
137. The centre of gravity (centre of mass) AZwgma n[ad{V©V hmo ahm h¡& Bg N>‹S> H$m
of a rod (of length L) whose linear JwéËd Ho$ÝÐ (Ðì`‘mZ Ho$ÝÐ) BgHo$ {gao go
mass density varies as the square of {ZåZ na hmoJm
the distance from one end is at 3L 2L
(A) (B)
3L 2L 5 5
(A) (B)
5 5 L 3L
(C) (D)
L 3L 3 4
(C) (D)
3 4
138. VrZ ~b {OZH$m àË`oH$ H$m n[a‘mU F h¡
138. Three forces each of magnitude F are H$mo EH$ {Z`{‘V fQ²^wO Ho$ H$moamo§ ({H$Zmam|)
applied along the edges of a regular
Ho$ AZw{Xe {MÌmZwgma Amamo{nV {H$`o OmVo
hexagon as shown in the figure. Each
side of hexagon is a. What is the
h¡§& fQ²^wO H$s àË`oH$ ^wOm a h¡& Ho$ÝÐ
O Ho$ gmnoj BZ VrZ ~bm| H$m n[aUm‘r
resultant moment (torque) of these
three forces about centre O? AmKyU© Š`m hmoJm?

3 3 1 3 3 1
(A) aF (B) aF (A) aF (B) aF
2 2 2 2
3 3
(C) 3aF (D) aF (C) 3aF (D) aF
2 2

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139. The coordinates of a moving point 139. EH$ Vb ‘| J{V‘mZ EH$ {~ÝXþ H$U H$m
particle in a plane at time t is given g‘` t na {ZX}em§H$,
b y x = a (t + sin t), y = a (1 - cos t) . T h e x = a (t + sin t), y = a (1 - cos t) h¡ Vmo H$U
magnitude of acceleration of the particle is Ho$ ËdaU H$m n[a‘mU h¡
3 3
(A) 2 a (B) a (A) 2 a (B) a
2 2
(C) a (D) 3a (C) a (D) 3a

140. A point particle moves along a straight 140. EH$ {~ÝXþ H$U EH$ gab aoIm ‘| x = t
line such that x = t where t is time. Ho$ AZwgma J{V H$a ahm h¡ Ohm± t g‘`
Then ratio of acceleration to cube of h¡& V~ H$U Ho$ ËdaU H$m doJ Ho$ KZ
the velocity is Ho$ gmW AZwnmV hmoJm
(A) −1 (B) −0.5 (A) −1 (B) −0.5
(C) −3 (D) −2 (C) −3 (D) −2

141. A body of mass m falls from rest through 141. EH$ dñVw {OgH$m Ðì`‘mZ m h¡ {dam‘ go h
a height h under gravitation acceleration g D±$MmB© go JwéËdr` ËdaU g Ho$ A§VJ©V {JaVr
and is then brought to rest by penetrating h¡ VWm `h aoV ‘| JhamB© d VH$ Y±gVr h¡&
through a depth d into some sand. The aoV ‘| Y±gZo Ho$ Xm¡amZ Am¡gV ‘ÝXZ hmoJm
average deceleration of the body during 2 2
gh gh
penetration into sand is (A) 2 (B) 2
gh
2
gh
2 d 2d
(A) 2 (B) 2 gh gd
d 2d (C) (D)
gh gd d h
(C) (D)
d h
142. nadb` y 2 = 16x Ho$ {~ÝXþ (x1, y1) na EH$
142. A normal is drawn at a point (x1, y1) of A{^bå~ Ir§Mm OmVm h¡ `h A{^bå~
2
the parabola y = 16x and this normal XmoZm| Ajmo§ x VWm y Ho$ gmW ~am~a H$moU
makes equal angle with both x and y ~ZmVm h¡ Vmo {~ÝXþ (x1, y1) h¡
axes. Then point (x1, y1) is (A) (4, – 8) (B) (1, – 4)
(A) (4, – 8) (B) (1, – 4) (C) (4, – 4) (D) (2, – 8)
(C) (4, – 4) (D) (2, – 8)
143. Xmo g{Xe A = 3 VWm B = 4 nañna bå~dV
143. Two vectors A = 3 and B = 4 are h¢& BZ XmoZm| g{Xemo§ H$m n[aUm‘r R h¡& g{Xe
perpendicular. Resultant of both these
B H$m g{Xe R na àjon hmoJm
vectors is R. The projection of the
(A) 5 (B) 1.25
vector B on the vector R is
(A) 5 (B) 1.25 (C) 3.2 (D) 2.4
(C) 3.2 (D) 2.4
144. EH$ g{Xe R {ZåZ Ûmam {X`m OmVm h¡
144. A vector R is given by R = A # _B # C i R = A # B # C i Vmo
_ {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm
Which of the following is true ? H$WZ gË` h¡ ?
(A) R must be perpendicular to B (A) g{Xe R g{Xe B Ho$ bå~dV hr hmoJm
(B) None of the options (B) BZ‘o§ go H$moB© ^r {dH$ën Zht
(C) R is parallel to A
(D) R must be parallel to B (C) g{Xe R g{Xe A Ho$ g‘mÝVa h¡
(D) g{Xe R g{Xe B Ho$ g‘mÝVa hr hmoJm

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145. Solution of the differential equation dy x- y 2 -y
dy 145. AdH$b g‘rH$aU = 2e + x e H$m
= 2e + x e is
x- y 2 -y dx
dx hb h¡
3
(A) e y = 2e x + x + c
3
(A) e y = 2e x + x + c
3 3
-3
(B) e = 2e + x + c
-3
-y x
(B) e- y = 2e x + x + c
3 3
3
(C) e = 2e + x + c
-y x
(C) e- y = 2e x + x + c
3
3 3
3
(D) e y = 2e- x + x + c (D) e y = 2e- x + x + c
3
3 3
146. Solution of the differential equation dy
146. AdH$b g‘rH$aU _ x + 2y 3 i =y H$m
dy dx
_ x + 2y 3 i = y is hb h¡
dx 4 4
3 xy 3 xy
(A) y + cx = y (B) + xy = cy (A) y + cx = y (B) + xy = cy
2 2
3

3
(C) y + cy = x (D) x + 2y3 = y + c (C) y + cy = x (D) 3
x + 2y = y + c

147. Value of the following expression is 147. {ZåZ ì`§OH$ H$m ‘mZ h¡
lim 1 2 lim 1 2 2 2 2
2 2 2
3 (1 + 2 + 3 + ...... + n )
(1 + 2 + 3 + ...... + n )
n"3 n n " 3 n3
1 2
1 2 (A) (B)
(A) (B) 2 3
2 3
1 1 1 1
(C) (D) (C) (D)
3 6 3 6
1
148. If function f (x) = * x sin a 1x k ; x ! 0 148. `{X ’$bZ f (x) = * x sin a x k ; x ! 0
a ; x= 0 a ; x= 0
is continuous at x = 0 , then value of x = 0 , na gVV h¡ Vmo a H$m ‘mZ h¡
a is (A) 0 (B) BZ‘o§ go H$moB© ^r {dH$ën Zht
(A) 0 (B) None of the options
(C) 1 (D) – 1
(C) 1 (D) – 1
sinx
149. The derivative of y = x
sinx
is 149. y= x H$m AdH$bO h¡

sinx sin x
(A) x acos x log x + x k (A) x acos x log x + sinx x k
sinx

sin x sin x
(B) cos x log x + x (B) cos x log x + x
sin x - 1
(C) cos x x
sin x - 1
(C) cos x x
sin 2x sin x - 1 sin 2x sin x - 1
(D) x (D) x
2 2
3 2
150. The tangents to curve 150. dH«$ y = x - 2x + x - 2 na ItMr JB©

3 2
y = x - 2x + x - 2 which are ñne© aoImAmo§ Omo {H$ gab aoIm y = x Ho$
parallel to straight line y = x are g‘mÝVa h¡ Ho$ g‘rH$aU h¡§
86 86
(A) x + y = 2 and x - y = (A) x + y = 2 VWm x - y =
27 27
86 86
(B) x - y = 2 and x - y = (B) x - y = 2 VWm x- y=
27 27
86 86
(C) x - y = 2 and x + y = (C) x - y = 2 VWm x+ y=
27 27
86 86
(D) x + y = 2 and x + y = (D) x + y = 2 VWm x+ y=
27 27
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PAPER-1
Physics : Q. 1 to Q. 50
Chemistry : Q. 51 to Q. 100
Mathematics : Q. 101 to Q. 150

PHYSICS / ^m¡{VH$emñÌ
001. A force F  =  75N is applied on a block 001. EH$ ~b F  =  75N H$mo 5kg Ðì`‘mZ Ho$
of mass 5kg along the fixed smooth ãbm°H$ na {MÌmZwgma pñWa {MH$Zo ZV Vb
incline as shown in figure. Here Ho$ AZw{Xe bJm`m OmVm h¡& `hm± JwéËdr`
gravitational acceleration g  =  10m/s2. ËdaU g  =  10m/s2 h¡& ãbm°H$ H$m ËdaU hmoJm
The acceleration of the block is

m m
(A) 10 2 upwards the incline (A) 10 ZV Vb Ho$ AZw{Xe D$na H$s Amoa
s s2
m m
(B) 5 2 downwards the incline (B) 5 2 ZV Vb Ho$ AZw{Xe ZrMo H$s Amoa
s s
m m
(C) 5 2 upwards the incline (C) 5 2 ZV Vb Ho$ AZw{Xe D$na H$s Amoa
s s
m m
(D) 10 2 downwards the incline (D) 10 2 ZV Vb Ho$ AZw{Xe ZrMo H$s Amoa
s s
002. A 3kg object has initial velocity 002. EH$ 3kg H$s dñVw H$m àmapå^H$ doJ
^6it - 2tjh m/s. The total work done on ^6it - 2tjh m/s h¡ & `{X dñVw H$m do J
the object if its velocity changes to ^8it + 4tjh m/s hmo OmVm h¡ V~ VH$ dñVw
^8it + 4tjh m/s is na {H$`m J`m Hw$b H$m`© hmoJm
(A) 44J (B) 60J (A) 44J (B) 60J
(C) 120J (D) 216J (C) 120J (D) 216J

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003. A heat engine absorbs 360J of energy 003. EH$ D$î‘m B§OZ àË`oH$ MH«$ ‘| 360J D$î‘m
by heat and performs 25J of work in H$m AdemofU H$aVm h¡ VWm 25J H$m`©
each cycle. The energy expelled to the àË`oH$ MH«$ ‘| H$aVm h¡& àË`oH$ MH«$ ‘|
cold reservoir in each cycle is R>ÝSo> hm¡O H$mo Xr JB© D$Om© hmoJr
(A) 14.4J (B) 360J (A) 14.4J (B) 360J
(C) 385J (D) 335J (C) 385J (D) 335J

004. Three nonconducting large parallel plates 004. {MÌmZwgma VrZ AMmbH$ ~‹S>r g‘mÝVa ßboQ>mo
have surface charge densities σ,−2σ and Ho$ n¥ð> Amdoe KZËd H«$‘e… σ,−2σ VWm
4σ respectively as shown in figure. The 4σ h¡& q~Xw P na {dÚwV joÌ h¡
electric field at the point P is

σ 3σ σ 3σ
(A) (B) (A) (B)
2ε0 2ε0 2ε0 2ε0
3σ σ 3σ σ
(C) (D) (C) (D)
ε0 ε0 ε0 ε0

005. A battery of constant voltage is 005. EH$ AMa dmoëQ>Vm H$s ~¡Q>ar CnbãY h¡ &
available. How to adjust a system of VrZ EH$g‘mZ g§Ym[aÌm| Ho$ {ZH$m` go Cƒ
three identical capacitors to get high pñWa {dÚwV D$Om©dmbr pñW{V àmá H$aZo Ho$
electrostatic energy with the given
{bE BÝh| H¡$go g§`mo{OV H$aZm Mm{hE
battery
(A) {H$gr ^r Vah H$m g§`moOZ hmo pñWa
(A) Whatever may be combination, it
will always have same electrostatic {dÚwV D$Om© h‘oem g‘mZ hmoJr
energy (B) Xmo g‘mÝVa H«$‘ ‘| d EH$ loUr H«$‘
(B) Two parallel and one in series H$m g§`moOZ
(C) Three in series (C) VrZm| loUr H«$‘ ‘|
(D) Three in parallel (D) VrZm| g‘mÝVa H«$‘ ‘|

006. Five resistances are connected as shown 006. nm±M à{VamoY {MÌmZwgma Ow‹S>o h¢ & q~Xw ­ A
in the figure. The equivalent resistance VWm q~Xw C Ho$ ‘Ü` Vwë` à{VamoY hmoJm
between points A and C is

20 20
(A)  Ω (B) 21.2 Ω (A)  Ω (B) 21.2 Ω
3 3
(C) 30 Ω (D) 44 Ω (C) 30 Ω (D) 44 Ω

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007. The frequencies of X rays, Gamma rays 007. X {H$aUm|, Jm‘m {H$aUm| VWm Ñí` àH$me
and visible light waves rays are a, b Va§J {H$aUm| H$s Amd¥{V`m± H«$‘e… a, b
and c respectively, then VWm c h¢ V~
(A) a < b, b < c
(A) a < b, b < c (B) a > b > c
(B) a > b > c
(C) a > b, b < c (D) a < b, b > c (C) a > b, b < c
(D) a < b, b > c

008. An equiconvex (biconvex) lens has 008. EH$ g‘ CÎmb b|g (C^`m|Îmb) H$s ’$moH$g
focus length f. It is cut into three parts Xyar f h¡& BgH$mo {MÌmZwgma VrZ ^mJm| ‘|
as shown in the figure. What is the {d^m{OV {H$`m OmVm h¡ Vmo H$mQ>o JE ^mJ
I H$s ’$moH$g bå~mB© Š`m hmoJr?
focal length of Cut part I ?

f f f f
(A) (B) (A) (B)
3 2 3 2

(C) 2f (D) 3f (C) 2f (D) 3f

009. A cell has terminal voltage 2V in open 009. Iwbo n[anW ‘| EH$ gob H$s {gam| H$s
circuit and internal resistance of the dmoëQ>Vm 2V h¡ VWm {XE JE gob H$m
given cell is 2Ω. If 4A of current is Am§V[aH$ à{VamoY 2Ω h¡ & `{X 4A H$s
flowing between points P and Q in the Ymam q~XþAm| P VWm Q Ho$ ‘Ü` n[anW ‘|
circuit and then the potential difference ~h ahr h¡ {~ÝXþAm| P VWm Q Ho$ ‘Ü`
between P and Q is {d^dmÝVa h¡

(A) 24V (B) 30V (A) 24V (B) 30V


(C) 26V (D) 22V (C) 26V (D) 22V

010. A Proton and an alpha particle both are 010. EH$ àmoQ>moZ Ed§ EH$ Aë’$m H$U XmoZm| H$mo
accelerated through the same potential g‘mZ {d^dmÝVa Ûmam Ëd[aV {H$`m OmVm
difference. The ratio of corresponding h¡& CZH$s g§JV S>r ~«mo½br Va§JX¡Y`m} H$m
de-Broglie wavelengths is AZwnmV h¡
1 1
(A) (B) 2 (A) (B) 2
2 2 2 2
(C) 2 (D) 2 2 (C) 2 (D) 2 2

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011. Two balls of mass m and 4m are 011. Xmo J|Xo {OZH$m Ðì`‘mZ m VWm 4m h¢
connected by a rod of length L. The BZH$mo L bå~mB© H$s N>‹S> Ûmam Omo‹S>m OmVm
mass of the rod is small and can be h¡ & N>‹S> H$m Ðì`‘mZ ZJÊ` h¡ VWm J|Xm|
treated as zero. The size of the balls can
H$m AmH$ma ^r ZJÊ` h¡& h‘ `h ^r ‘mZVo
also can be neglected. We also assume
the centre of the rod is hinged, but the
h¢ {H$ N>‹S> H$m Ho$ÝÐ H$sb{H$V {H$`m OmVm
rod can rotate about its centre in the h¡ naÝVw N>‹S> D$Üdm©Ya Vb ‘| {~Zm Kf©U
vertical plane without friction. What is Ho$ BgHo$ Ho$ÝÐ Ho$ gmnoj Ky{U©V hmo gH$Vr
the gravity induced angular acceleration h¡& O~ N>‹S> H$m D$Üdm©Ya aoIm Ho$ gmW
of the rod when the angle between the {MÌmZwgma H$moU θ hmo Vmo Cg g‘` JwéËd
rod and the vertical line is θ as shown. O{ZV N>‹S> H$m H$moUr` ËdaU Š`m hmoJm?

g 6g g 6g
(A) cosθ (B) sinθ (A) cosθ (B) sinθ
6L 5L 6L 5L
g 5g g 5g
(C) sinθ (D) sinθ (C) sinθ (D) sinθ
3L 6L 3L 6L

012. A projectile is projected with an initial 012. EH$ àjoß` H$mo àmapå^H$ doJ ^4it + 5tjh
velocity ^4it + 5tjh m/s. Here tj is the m/s Ho$ gmW àjo{nV {H$`m OmVm h¡& `hm±
unit vector directed vertically upwards tj BH$mB© g{Xe D$Üdm©Ya D$na H$s Amoa h¡
and unit vector it is in the horizontal VWm it BH$mB© g{Xe jo{VO {Xem ‘| h¡&
direction .Velocity of the projectile (in àjoß` H$s O‘rZ go Q>³H$a go R>rH$ nyd©
m/s) just before it hits the ground is CgH$m doJ (‘r./go.) hmoJm
(A) - 4it - 5tj (B) 4it + 5tj (A) - 4it - 5tj (B) 4it + 5tj
(C) - 4it + 5tj (D) 4it - 5tj (C) - 4it + 5tj (D) 4it - 5tj

013. What is the approximate percentage 013. EH$ gab bmobH$ Ho$ AmdV©H$mb Ho$ ‘mnZ
error in the measurement of time period ‘| bJ^J à{VeV Ìw{Q> {H$VZr hmoJr `{X
of a simple pendulum if maximum
bå~mB© l VWm JwéËdr` ËdaU g ‘mnZ ‘|
errors in the measurement of length l
A{YH$V‘ Ìw{Q> H«$‘e… 3% VWm 7% h¡
and gravitational acceleration g are 3%

and 7% respectively ?
(A) 10 % (B) 2 % (A) 10 % (B) 2 %
(C) 3 % (D) 5 % (C) 3 % (D) 5 %

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014. A gas undergoes the cyclic process 014. EH$ J¡g EH$ MH«$s` àH«$‘ ‘| {MÌmZwgma
shown in figure .The cycle is repeated AZwgaU H$aVr h¡ & Bg MH«$ H$s à{V
100 times per minute. The power {‘ZQ> 100 ~ma nwZamd¥{Îm H$s OmVr h¡ &
generated is CËnÝZ e{º$ hmoJr

(A) 100W (B) 60W (A) 100W (B) 60W

(C) 120W (D) 240W (C) 120W (D) 240W

015. Three charges lie on the frictionless 015. VrZ Amdoe EH$ Kf©Ua{hV j¡{VO gVh na
horizontal surface at the vertices of EH$ g‘~mhþ {Ì^wO Ho$ erfm} na {MÌmZwgma
equilateral triangle as shown in figure. h¢& BZ‘| go Xmo Amdoe X VWm Y O‹S>dV
Two charges X and Y are fixed whereas (fixed) h¢ VWm Vrgam Amdoe Z ‘wº$ {H$`m
third charge Z is released. Which path OmVm h¡ Vmo ‘wº$ H$aZo Ho$ Cnam§V Amdoe Z
will charge Z take upon release ? Ûmam H$m¡Zgm nW (path) AnZm`m OmVm h¡?

(A) nW – IV (B) nW – I (A) nW – IV (B) nW – I

(C) nW – II (D) nW – III (C) nW – II (D) nW – III

016. There are two waves having wavelengths 016. Xmo Va§J| {OZH$s Va§JX¡Ü`© 100cm VWm
100cm and 101cm and same velocity 101cm h¡ VWm g‘mZ doJ 303m/s h¡&
303m/s. The beat frequency is {dñn§X Amd¥{V hmoJr
(A) 1Hz (B) 3Hz (A) 1Hz (B) 3Hz
(C) 2Hz (D) 4Hz (C) 2Hz (D) 4Hz

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017. Two polaroids A and B are placed with 017. Xmo nmobamoBS> (Y«wdH$) A VWm B EH$ Xygao
their polaroid axes 30° to each other as go {MÌmZwgma Bg àH$ma aIr OmVr h¡ {H$
shown in the figure. A plane polarized CZH$s nmobamoBS> Ajm| Ho$ ‘Ü` H$moU 30°
light passes through the polaroid A and h¡ nmobamoBS> A go JwOaZo Ho$ nümV g‘Vb
after passing through it, intensity of Y«w{dV àH$me H$s Vrd«Vm I0 hmo OmVr h¡
light becomes I0.What is the intensity nmobamoBS> B go JwOaZo Ho$ nümV A§{V‘ ê$n
of finally transmitted light after passing go nmaJ{‘V àH$me H$s Vrd«Vm Š`m hmoJr?
through the polaroid B ?

(A) 0.866I0 (B) 0.25I0


(A) 0.866I0 (B) 0.25I0
(C) 0.5I0 (D) 0.75I0 (C) 0.5I0 (D) 0.75I0

018. Laser light has following property 018. boOa àH$me {ZåZ JwU aIVm h¡
(A) laser light does not have directionality (A) boOa àH$me ‘| {XemË‘H$ JwU Zht
property hmoVm h¡
(B) laser light is white light (B) boOa àH$me œoV hmoVm h¡
(C) laser light is highly coherent (C) boOa àH$me AË`{YH$ H$bmgå~Õ hmoVm h¡
(D) laser light always lies in X-rays (D) boOa àH$me h‘oem EŠg {H$aU joÌ
region ‘| hmoVm h¡
019. A particle is moving in translatory 019. EH$ H$U ñWmZmÝVaU J{V H$a ahm h¡ &
motion. If momentum of the particle `{X H$U H$m g§doJ 10% KQ>Vm h¡ Vmo
decreases by 10%, kinetic energy will BgH$s J{VO D$Om© KQ>oJr
decrease by
(A) 5% (B) 20%
(A) 5% (B) 20%
(C) 19% (D) 10% (C) 19% (D) 10%

020. Which of the statement is incorrect 020. gmYmaU(gab) gyú‘Xeu Ho$ ~mao ‘| H$m¡Zgm
about the simple microscope? H$WZ AgË` h¡ ?
(A) It is not used for magnification
(A) àojH$ go Xya pñWV dñVw Ho$ AmdY©Z
of an object at far away from the
observer.
Ho$ {bE `h Cn`moJ ‘| Zht AmVm h¡
(B) Magnification of microscope is (B) gyú‘Xeu H$m AmdY©Z {d^oÚ  (ñnï>)
inversely proportional to the least Ñ{ï> Ho$ Ý`yZV‘ ‘mZ Ho$ ì`wËH«$‘mZwnmVr
distance of distinct vision. hmoVr h¡
(C) A convex lens of microscope with (C) gyú‘Xeu Ho$ H$‘ ’$moH$g Xyar Ho$ CÎmb
shorter focal length yields higher
b|g go A{YH$ AmdY©Z àmá hmoVm h¡
magnification.
(D) Ord {dkmZ Ho$ {dÚmWu ñbmBS> H$mo
(D) Biology students use to see the
slides. XoIZo ‘| H$m‘ ‘| boVo h¢&

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021. Surface tension of the liquid is S. 021. EH$ Ðd H$m n¥ð> VZmd S h¡& {H$gr {XE
Work done in increasing the radius of JE Vmn na EH$ gm~wZ Ho$ ~wb~wbo H$mo
soap bubble from R to 3R at given {ÌÁ`m R go 3R H$aZo ‘| {H$`m J`m H$m`©
temperature will be hmoJm
18πSR 2 18πSR 2
(A) (B) 8πSR2 (A) (B) 8πSR2
3 3
(C) 16πSR2 (D) 64πSR2 (C) 16πSR2 (D) 64πSR2

022. Suppose you drive to Delhi (200 km
022. `h ‘m{ZE {H$ AmnH$mo 200 km Xya {X„r
away) at 400 km/hr and return at 200
H$mo 400 km/hr go OmZm h¡ VWm 200
km/hr. What is yours average speed for
km/hr go bm¡Q>Zm h¡& AmnHo$ Bg Xm¡ao H$s
the entire trip?
Am¡gV Mmb Š`m hmoJr ?
(A) More than 300 Km/hr
(A) 300 Km/hr go A{YH$
(B) Zero
(B) eyÝ`
(C) 300 Km/hr
(C) 300 Km/hr
(D) Less than 300 Km/hr
(D) 300 Km/hr go H$‘
023. A system undergoes a reversible adiabatic
023. EH$ {ZH$m` EH$ CËH«$‘Ur` éÕmoî‘ àH«$‘ go
process. The entropy of the system
JwOaVm h¡ & {ZH$m` H$s E§Q´monr (entropy)
(A) may increase or may decrease
(A) ~‹T> `m KQ> gH$Vr h¡
(B) increases
(B) ~‹T>oJr
(C) decreases
(C) KQ>oJr
(D) remains constant
(D) AMa ahVr h¡
024. For the combination of gates shown 024. ZrMo {XE JE VH©$ Ûmam| Ho$ g§`moOZ Ho$
here, which of the following truth table {bE {ZåZ gË` gmaUr H$m H$m¡Zgm ^mJ
part is not true gË` Zht h¡

(A) A = 0, B  = 0, C = 0 (A) A = 0, B  = 0, C = 0


(B) A = 1, B  = 1, C = 1 (B) A = 1, B  = 1, C = 1
(C) A = 1, B  = 0, C = 1 (C) A = 1, B  = 0, C = 1
(D) A = 0, B  = 1, C = 1 (D) A = 0, B  = 1, C = 1

025. EH$ œoV àH$me g§H$sU© {H$aU EH$ A{^gmar


025. A narrow white light beam fails to
b|g go JwOaZo Ho$ nümV EH$ hr q~Xþ na
converge at a point after going through a
A{^gm[aV hmoZo ‘| Ag’$b hmoVr h¡ `h
converging lens. This defect is known as Xmof {ZåZ H$hbmVm h¡
(A) diffraction (A) {ddV©Z
(B) polarization (B) Y«wdU
(C) spherical aberration (C) Jmobr` {dnWZ
(D) chromatic aberration (D) dUu` {dnWZ

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026. A small bead of mass M slides on a 026. EH$ M Ðì`‘mZ H$m N>moQ>m ‘ZH$m EH$ {MH$Zo
smooth wire that is bent in a circle of Vma na {’$gbVm h¡ & `hm± Vma EH$ R
radius R. It is released at the top of {ÌÁ`m Ho$ d¥Îm Ho$ ^mJ Ho$ ê$n ‘| ‘w‹S>m
the circular part of the wire (point A hþAm h¡ & ‘ZHo$ H$mo d¥{Îm` ^mJ Ho$ {eIa
in the figure) with a negligibly small
velocity. Find the height H where the
({MÌ ‘| q~Xw A­) go ZJÊ` doJ go ‘wº$
bead will reverse direction. {H$`m OmVm h¡ & dh D±$MmB© H kmV H$amo
Ohm± ‘ZH$m AnZr {Xem nbQ>Vm h¡&

3R
(A) 2R (B) 3R
2 (A) 2R (B)
5R 2
(C) (D) R 5R
2 (C) (D) R
2
027. Two persons A and B start from the 027. Xmo ì`{º$ A
­ VWm B EH$ hr OJh go EH$
same location and walked around a dJ© na {dnarV {XemAm| ‘| AMa Mmbm| go
square in opposite directions with MbZm àmaå^ H$aVo h¢& dJ© H$s ^wOm 60m
constant speeds. The square has side
60m. Speeds of A and B are 4m/s and h¡, A VWm B H$s Mmb| H«$‘e… 4m/s VWm
2m/s respectively. When will they meet 2m/s h¡& do nhbr ~ma H$~ {‘b|Jo ?
first time? (A) 40 sec (B) 10 sec
(A) 40 sec (B) 10 sec (C) 20 sec (D) 30 sec
(C) 20 sec (D) 30 sec
028. A tire of radius R rolls on a flat surface 028. EH$ R {ÌÁ`m H$m n{h`m g‘Vb gVh na
with angular velocity ω and velocity ν H$moUr` doJ ω VWm doJ ν go {MÌmZwgma
as shown in the diagram. If ν  >  ωR, in bw‹S>H$ ahm h¡& `{X ν  >  ωR Vmo Q>m`a Ûmam
which direction does friction from the
tire act on the road ? g‹S>H$ na Kf©U {H$g {Xem ‘| bJoJm?

(A) Towards upwards


(B) Towards the left (A) D$na H$s Va’$ (B) ~m`t Va’$
(C) Towards the right (C) Xm`r Va’$ (D) ZrMo H$s Va’$
(D) Towards downwards
029. Consider one dimensional motion of a 029. EH$ m Ðì`‘mZ Ho$ H$U H$s EH$ {d‘r`
particle of mass m . It has potential J{V na {dMma H$s{OE & BgH$s pñW{VO
energy U = a + bx2 where a and D$Om© U = a + bx2 h¡ Ohm± a VWm b
b are positive constants. At origin YZmË‘H$ {Z`Vm§H$ h¢& ‘yb {~ÝXw (x = 0)
(x = 0) it has initial velocity ν0. It na BgH$m àmapå^H$ doJ ν0 h¡ & `h gab
performs simple harmonic oscillations. Amd¥{V J{V H$aVm h¡ {OgH$s Amd¥{V {ZåZ
The frequency of the simple harmonic
motion depends on na {Z^©a H$aVr h¡
(A) b, a and m alone (A) Ho$db b, a VWm m na
(B) b alone (B) Ho$db b na
(C) b and a alone (C) Ho$db b VWm a na
(D) b and m alone (D) Ho$db b VWm m na
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030.
The postulate on which the photoelectric 030. àH$me {dÚwV g‘rH$aU {ZåZ ‘| go {Og A{^J¥hrV
equation is derived is (H$ënZm) na ì`wËnÝZ H$s JB© h¡ dh h¡:
(A) light is absorbed in quanta of energy (A) àH$me H$m AdemofU D$Om© Ho$ ³dm§Q>m
E = hυ E = hυ Ho$ ê$n ‘| hmoVm h¡&
(B) electrons are restricted to orbits of (B) BboŠQ´moZ Ho$db CÝht H$jH$m| ‘| ah gH$Vo
angular momentum n h where n h¢ {OZ‘| H$moUr` g§doJ n 2π h hmo VWm

is an integer . n EH$ nyUmªH$ h¡&
(C) electrons are associated with wave (C) BboŠQ´moZ go g§~Õ Va§J H$s Va§JX¡Ü`©
of wavelength λ = h where p is λ=
h h¡ Ohm± p g§doJ h¡ &
p p
momentum.
(D) àH$me V^r CËnÞ hmoVm h¡ O~ BboŠQ´moZ
(D) light is emitted only when electrons
jump between orbits.
EH$ H$jH$ go Xygao ‘| Hy$XVm h¡ &
031. EH$ Vob H$s naV {OgH$m KZËd 724 kg/m3
031. A layer of oil with density 724 kg/m3 h¡& `h 1000 kg/m3 KZËd dmbo Ob Ho$ D$na
floats on water of density 1000 kg/m3. V¡a ahr h¡& EH$ ãbm°H$ Vob-Ob AÝVg©Vh na
A block floats at the oil-water interface
with 1/6 of its volume in oil and 5/6
{MÌmZwgma Bg àH$ma V¡a ahm h¡ {H$ BgH$m 1/6
of its volume in water, as shown in the
Am`VZ Vob ‘| VWm 5/6 Am`VZ Ob ‘| h¡
figure. What is the density of the block? Vmo ãbm°H$ H$m KZËd Š`m hmoJm?

(A) 1276 kg/m3 (B) 776 kg/m3 (A) 1276 kg/m3 (B) 776 kg/m3
(C) 954 kg/m3 (D) 1024 kg/m3 (C) 954 kg/m3 (D) 1024 kg/m3

032. A string fixed at both ends has a 032. EH$ añgr XmoZm| {gam| go O‹S>dV h¡ VWm EH$
standing wave mode for which the AàJm‘r Va§J {dYm ‘| H«$‘mJV {ZñnÝXm| Ho$
distances between adjacent nodes is ‘Ü` Xyar 18cm h¡ & AJbr H«$‘mJV AàJm‘r
18cm. For the next consecutive standing
wave mode distances between adjacent
Va§J {dYm ‘| H«$‘mJV {ZñnÝXm| Ho$ ‘Ü` Xyar
nodes is 16cm. The minimum possible 16cm h¡ & añgr H$s Ý`yZV‘ bå~mB© hmoJr
length of the string is (A) 204 cm (B) 288 cm
(A) 204 cm (B) 288 cm
(C) 72 cm (D) 144 cm
(C) 72 cm (D) 144 cm
033. A wire loop that encloses an area of 033. EH$ Vma H$m byn Omo {H$ 20cm2 H$m
20cm2 has a resistance of 10Ω. The joÌ’$b n[a~Õ H$aVm h¡ VWm BgH$m à{VamoY
loop is placed in a magnetic field of 10Ω h¡& Bg byn H$mo 2.4T Ho$ Mwå~H$s`
2.4T with its plane perpendicular to the joÌ ‘| Bg àH$ma aIm OmVm h¡ {H$ BgH$m
field .The loop is suddenly removed
Vb Mwå~H$s` joÌ Ho$ bå~dV hmo& A~
byn H$mo Mwå~H$s` joÌ ‘| go EH$mEH$ hQ>m
from the field. How much charge flows
{X`m OmVm h¡ Vmo Vma (byn) Ho$ {H$gr q~Xw
past a given point in the wire? go {H$VZm Amdoe àdm{hV hmoVm h¡ ?
(A) 10– 1C (B) 4.8 × 10– 4C (A) 10– 1C (B) 4.8 × 10– 4C
(C) 2.4 × 10– 3C (D) 1.2 × 10– 4C (C) 2.4 × 10– 3C (D) 1.2 × 10– 4C

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034. A right isosceles triangle of side a has 034. EH$ g‘H$moU `wº$ g‘{Û~mhþ {Ì^wO {OgH$s
charges q, + 3q and – q arranged on {MÌmZwgma ^wOm a h¡ VWm Bg na Amdoe
its vertices as shown in the figure . q, + 3q VWm – q BgHo$ erfm] na {MÌmZwgma
What is the electric potential at point ì`dpñWV h¡& Amdoe +q VWm – q H$mo OmoS>Zo
P midway between the line connecting
the + q and – q charges ?
dmbr aoIm H$m ‘Ü` q~Xw P h¡ Vmo q~Xw
P na {dÚwV {d^d {H$VZm hmoJm?

3q q 3q q
(A) (B) (A) (B)
2 πεo a πε0 a πε0 a
2 πεo a
3q 3q 3q 3q
(C) (D) (C) (D)
2 2 πεo a πεo a πεo a
2 2 πεo a
035. Shown below is a graph of current 035. ZrMo {X`m J`m J«m’$ S>m`moS> Ho$ {bE Ymam
versus applied voltage for a diode. (current) VWm Amamo{nV dmoëQ>Vm (voltage)
Approximately what is the resistance Ho$ ‘Ü` ~Zm`m J`m h¡ & Amamo{nV dmoëQ>Vm
of the diode for an applied voltage of −1.5V Ho$ {bE S>m`moS> H$m à{VamoY bJ^J
−1.5V? {H$VZm hmoJm?

(A) ∞ (B) Zero (A) ∞ (B) eyÝ`


(C) 1Ω (D) 2Ω (C) 1Ω (D) 2Ω

036. A sound wave is generated by the howl 036. EH$ ^o{‹S>`o H$s VoO AmdmO Ûmam am{Ì ‘|
of a wolf in the night. How would we EH$ Üd{Z Va§J CËnÝZ H$s OmVr h¡ (`hm±
describe the motion of a particular air J¡g AUwAm| Ho$ `mÑpÀN>H$ ^«‘U H$s Cnojm
molecule near the ground, a mile away H$aVo hþE) ^o{‹S>`o go EH$ ‘rb Xya O‘rZ
from the wolf, on average (i.e. ignoring na pñWV EH$ hdm Ho$ H$U H$s J{V Am¡gV
the random wandering of gas molecules)? ê$n go {H$g àH$ma àX{e©V hmoJr ?
(A) It moves in the horizontal circle. (A) `h EH$ jo{VO d¥Îm ‘| J{V H$aVm h¡&
(B) It moves up and down in an (B) `h D$na ZrMo EH$ XmobZr ê$n ‘|
oscillating fashion
(C) It moves away from the wolf at
J{V H$aoJm &
(C) `h ^o{‹S>`o go Xya H$s Va’$ Üd{Z H$s
the speed of sound
(D) It moves back and forth (oscillating) Mmb go J{V H$aoJm&
towards the wolf (D) `h ^o{S‹ >`o H$s Va’$ AmJo nrN>o (XmobZr)
J{V H$aoJm &
037. Which of the following Material has
037. {ZåZ ‘| go g~go H$‘ à{VamoYH$Vm dmbm nXmW© h¡
lowest resistivity ?
(A) Copper (B) Constantan (A) Vmå~m (B) H$m|ñQ>oZZ
(C) Silver (D) Manganin (C) Mm§Xr (D) ‘|¾tZ

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038. An incompressible non viscous fluid 038. EH$ Ag§nrS>ç Aí`mZ Ðd EH$ ~obZmH$ma
flows steadily through a cylindrical nmBn ‘| go gVV ê$n go ~h ahm h¡&
pipe which has radius 2R at point A BgHo$ ~hmd H$s {Xem Ho$ AZw{Xe q~Xw
and radius R at point B farther along A­ na Ðd H$m doJ V h¡ & q~Xw A ­ na
the flow direction. If the velocity of nmB©n H$s {ÌÁ`m 2R h¡ VWm Ðd àdmh
the fluid at point A is V, its velocity
H$s {Xem ‘| XyañW q~Xw B na nmB©n H$s
{ÌÁ`m R h¡ Vmo q~Xw B na Ðd H$m doJ
at the point B will be Š`m hmoJm ?
(A) 4V (B) 2V (A) 4V (B) 2V
(C) V (D) V/2 (C) V (D) V/2

039. In a room where the temperature is 039. EH$ H$‘ao H$m Vmn 30°C h¡ Bg‘| EH$
30°C a body cools from 61°C to 59°C dñVw H$mo 61°C go 59°C VH$ R>ÊS>r hmoZo
in 4 minutes. The time taken by the ‘| bJm g‘` 4 {‘ZQ> h¡ & dñVw H$mo
body to cool from 51°C to 49°C will 51°C go 49°C VH$ R>ÊS>r hmoZo ‘| bJm
be about g‘` bJ^J hmoJm
(A) 8 minutes (B) 4 minutes (A) 8 {‘ZQ> (B) 4 {‘ZQ>
(C) 6 minutes (D) 5 minutes (C) 6 {‘ZQ> (D) 5 {‘ZQ>

040. A student’s 9.0 V, 7.5W portable radio 040. EH$ N>mÌ H$m 9.0 V Ed§ 7.5W H$m EH$
was left on from 9:00 P.M. until 3:00 ao{S>`mo 9:00 P.M go 3:00 A.M. VH$ Mmby
A.M. How much charge passed through ahVm h¡ Vmo Vma Ûmam {H$VZm Amdoe àdm{hV
the wires? hþAm?
(A) 24000C (B) 6000C (A) 24000C (B) 6000C
(C) 12000C (D) 18000C (C) 12000C (D) 18000C

041. A conducting wheel rim in which there 041. EH$ n{hE H$s MmbH$ n[a{Y na {MÌmZwgma
are three conducting rods of each of VrZ MmbH$ N>‹S>o EH$ g‘mZ Mwå~H$s` joÌ
length l is rotating with constant angular B ‘| AMa H$moUr` doJ ω go KyU©Z H$a
velocity ω in a uniform magnetic field
ahr h¡ & àË`oH$ N>S> H$s bå~mB© l h¡ &
B as shown in figure. The induced
potential difference between its centre
n{h`o H$s n[a{Y d H|$Ð Ho$ ‘Ü` CËnÝZ
and rim will be ào[aV {d^dmÝVa hmoJm

3 3
(A) Bωl 2 (B) 0 (A) Bωl 2 (B) 0
2 2
Bωl 2 Bωl 2
(C) (D) Bωl 2 (C) (D) Bωl 2
2 2

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042. An imaginary, closed spherical surface 042. EH$ H$mën{ZH$ JmobmH$ma ~§X gVh S H$s
S of radius R is centered on the origin. {ÌÁ`m R h¡ {OgH$m H|$Ð ‘yb q~Xþ na h¡&
A positive charge +q is originally at nhbo EH$ YZmË‘H$ Amdoe +q ‘yb q~Xþ na
the origin and electric flux through the aIm hþAm Wm VWm gVh go nm[aV {dÚwV
surface is ΦE. Three additional charges âbŠg ΦE Wm& A~ VrZ A{V[aº$ Amdoe
are now added along the x axis: −3q x Aj Ho$ AZw{Xe {ZåZ Vah go aIo OmVo
R R
at x = - , + 5q at x = and 4q at
2 2 h¢ −3q Amdoe x = - R2   na, +5q Amdoe
3R R
x= . The flux through S is now x= na VWm 4q Amdoe na h¡& A~
2 2
(A) 7ΦE (B) 3ΦE gVh S go nm[aV âbŠg hmoJm
(A) 7ΦE (B) 3ΦE
(C) 4ΦE (D) 6ΦE
(C) 4ΦE (D) 6ΦE

043. An 1800 W toaster, a 1.3KW electric 043. EH$ 1800 W H$m Q>moñQ>a, EH$ 1.3KW
fan and a 100W lamp are plugged in H$m {dÚwV n§Im d EH$ 100W H$m ~ë~
the same 120V circuit i.e. all the three H$mo 120V Ho$ EH$ hr n[anW ‘| bJm`m
devices are in parallel. What is the OmVm h¡ AWm©V `o g^r VrZm| `w{º$`m±
approximate value of the total current g‘mÝVa H«$‘ h¢& n[anW go Hw$b àdm{hV
(i.e. sum of the current drawn by the Ymam (AWm©V VrZm| `w{º$`m| Ûmam br JB©
three devices) through circuit ? YmamAm| H$m `moJ) H$m ‘mZ bJ^J hmoJm?
(A) 120A (B) 18A
(A) 120A (B) 18A
(C) 27A (D) 40A
(C) 27A (D) 40A
044. Mma bå~o Ymamdmhr Vma EH$ hr Vb ‘|
044. Four very long current carrying wires
in the same plane intersect to form a h¢ VWm EH$ dJ© H$s àË`oH$ ^wOm 40cm
square 40.0cm on each side as shown ~ZmVo hþE {MÌmZwgma à{VÀN>oX H$aVo h¢&
in the figure. What is the magnitude dJ© Ho$ H|$Ð na Mwå~H$s` joÌ eyÝ` hmoZo
of current I so that the magnetic field Ho$ {bE Ymam I H$m n[a‘mU {H$VZm hmoZm
at the centre of the square is zero? Mm{hE?

(A) 38A (B) 2A (A) 38A (B) 2A


(C) 18A (D) 22A (C) 18A (D) 22A

045. If the current in the toroidal solenoid 045. EH$ Q>moamoBS>Zw‘m n[aZm{bH$m ‘| Ymam EH$
increases uniformly from zero to 6.0A g‘mZ ê$n go eyÝ` go 6.0A VH$ 3.0μs
in 3.0μs. Self inductance of the toroidal ‘| ~‹T>Vr h¡& Q>moamoBS>Zw‘m n[aZm{bH$m H$m
solenoid is 40μH. The magnitude of self ñdàoaH$Ëd 40μH h¡& ñd ào[aV {dÚwV dmhH$
induced emf is ~b H$m n[a‘mU h¡
(A) 160V (B) 24V (A) 160V (B) 24V
(C) 48V (D) 80V (C) 48V (D) 80V

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046. An electron is at ground state of the 046. EH$ H na‘mUw Ho$ ‘yb ñVa ‘| EH$ BboŠQ´mZ
H atom. Minimum energy required to h¡& H na‘mUw H$mo {ÛVr` CÎmo{OV AdñWm
excite the H atom into second excited ‘| CÎmo{OV H$aZo Ho$ {bE Ý`yZV‘ {H$VZr
state is D$Om© H$s Amdí`H$Vm hmoJr ?
(A) 12.1eV (B) 10.2eV (A) 12.1eV (B) 10.2eV
(C) 3.4eV (D) 13.6eV (C) 3.4eV (D) 13.6eV

047. A particle enters uniform constant 047. EH$ H$U EH$ g‘mZ Mwå~H$s` joÌ ‘|
magnetic field region with its initial
velocity parallel to the field direction.
Mwå~H$s` joÌ H$s {Xem Ho$ AZw{Xe àmapå^H$
Which of the following statements about doJ go àdoe H$aVm h¡& BgHo$ doJ Ho$ ~mao
its velocity is correct ? (neglect the ‘| H$m¡Zgm H$WZ gË` hmoJm? (AÝ` joÌm|
effects of other fields) Ho$ à^mdm| H$mo ZJÊ` ‘m{ZE)
(A) There is no change (A) H$moB© n[adV©Z Zht hmoJm
(B) There is change only in magnitude (B) Ho$db n[a‘mU ‘| n[adV©Z hmoJm
(C) There is change only in direction (C) Ho$db {Xem ‘| n[adV©Z hmoJm
(D) There is change in both magnitude
(D) n[a‘mU d {Xem XmoZm| ‘| n[adV©Z hmoJm
and direction

048. Magnetic susceptibility of diamagnetic 048. à{VMwå~H$s` nXmW© H$s Mwå~H$s` àd¥{V H$s
materials is of the order of (SI units) H$mo{Q> (SI BH$mB© ‘|) hmoJr
(A) +10 – 4 to +10 – 2 (B) +10 – 5 (A) +10 – 4 to +10 – 2 (B) +10 – 5
(C) –10 – 5 (D) +10 5 (C) –10 – 5 (D) +10 5

049. Magnitude of binding energy of satellite 049. goQ>obmB©Q> H$s ~§YZ D$Om© H$m n[a‘mU E
is E and kinetic energy is K .The ratio h¡ VWm CgH$s J{VO D$Om© H$m ‘mZ K h¡
E/K is Vmo AZwnmV E/K hmoJm
(A) 1/4 (B) 1 (A) 1/4 (B) 1
(C) 1/2 (D) 2/1 (C) 1/2 (D) 2/1

050. Figure shows the total acceleration 050. {MÌ ‘| {ÌÁ`m R=1m Ho$ d¥Îm ‘| X{jUmdV©
a  =  32m/s2 of a moving particle moving Ky‘Vo hþE H$U H$m Hw$b ËdaU a  =  32m/s2
clockwise in a circle of radius R=1m. h¡ Vmo H$U H$m A{^Ho$ÝÐr` ËdaU d H$U
What are the centripetal acceleration and
H$s Mmb ν {XE JE jU na Š`m hmoJr?
speed v of the particle at given instant?

(A) 16 3 m/s2, 4m/s (A) 16 3 m/s2, 4m/s


(B) 16m/s2, 16m/s (B) 16m/s2, 16m/s
(C) 16m/s2, 4m/s (C) 16m/s2, 4m/s
(D) 16 3 m/s2, 4 3 m/s (D) 16 3 m/s2, 4 3 m/s

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CHEMISTRY / agm¶ZemñÌ
051. What will happen if a cell is placed into 051. Š`m hmoVm h¡ `{X EH$ H$mo{eH$m H$mo 0.4% (Ðì`‘mZ/
0.4% (mass/volume) NaCl solution Am`VZ) NaCl {db`Z ‘| aIm OmVm h¡?
(A) Cell will dissolve (A) H$mo{eH$m {db` hmo Om`oJr
(B) Cell will swell (B) H$mo{eH$m ’y${bV hmoJr
(C) Cell will shrink (C) H$mo{eH$m {gHw$‹S> Om`oJr
(D) there will be no change in cell volume (D) H$mo{eH$m Ho$ Am`VZ ‘o H$moB© n[adV©Z Zht hmoJm
-8 -8
052. What is pH of 2 # 10 molar HCl 052. 2 # 10 ‘moba HCl {db`Z H$s pH
solution? Here log2  =  0.301 and Š`m hmoJr? ¶hm± log2  =   0.301 Ed§
log3 = 0.477 log3 = 0.477
(A) 9.5 (B) 5.4 (A) 9.5 (B) 5.4
(C) 7.7 (D) 6.92 (C) 7.7 (D) 6.92
053. If at cubic cell, atom A present all corners 053. `{X EH$ KZr` H$mo{eH$m Ho$ g^r H$moZm| na ­A
and atom B at the centre of each face. na‘mUw CnpñWV h¡ Am¡a àË`oH$ ’$bH$ Ho$ Ho$ÝÐH$
What will be the molecular formula of na B na‘mUw CnpñWV h¡ `{X EH$ H$m`{dH$U© na
the compounds, if all the atoms present
on one body diagonal are replaced by CnpñWV g^r na‘mUwAm| H$mo na‘mUw C Ho$ Ûmam
atom C ? à{VñWm{nV H$a {X`m OmE Vmo `m¡{JH$ H$m AUw
(A) AB12C3 (B) ABC3 gyÌ Š`m hmoJm?
(A) AB12C3 (B) ABC3
(C) A B C
3 12 4 (D) A3B12C
(C) A3B12C4 (D) A3B12C
054. If a compound is formed by X, Y and Z
atoms and Z is present on the corners, 054. `{X EH$ `m¡{JH$ na‘mUw X,Y Am¡a Z go {‘bH$a ~Zm
Y is present 1 tetrahedral voids and X hmo `{X Z na‘mUw H$moZm| na CnpñWV hmo, Y na‘mUw
2
atom in 1 octahedral voids, which of the 1 MVwî’$bH$s` [ap³VH$mAm| ‘| Am¡a X na‘mUw 1
2 2 2
following will be the molecular formula AîQ>’$bH$s` [ap³VH$mAm| ‘| CnpñWV hmo Vmo `m¡{JH$
of the compound. H$m AUw gyÌ {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm hmoJm?
(A) XYZ4 (B) XYZ (A) XYZ4 (B) XYZ
(C) X2ZY (D) X2Y4Z (C) X2ZY (D) X2Y4Z
055. If an element A is placed in 055. `{X VËd A {dÚwV amgm`{ZH$ loUr ‘| VËd B go
electrochemicals series above element B
but below element C, then the order of D$na h¡ bo{H$Z VËd C go ZrMo CnpñWV h¡, VËdm|
oxidation power of elements H$s Am°ŠgrH$aU j‘Vm H$m H«$‘ Š`m hmoJm?
(A) B > A > C (B) A > B > C (A) B > A > C (B) A > B > C
(C) C > B > A (D) C > A > B (C) C > B > A (D) C > A > B
056. What will be the decreasing order of 056. {ZåZ H$m~m}YZm`Zm| Ho$ ñWm{`Ëd H$m KQ>Vm hþAm
stability of following carbocations ? H«$‘ hmoJm

(A) 1 > 2 >3 > 4 > 5


(A) 1 > 2 >3 > 4 > 5
(B) 3>5>4>1>2 (B) 3>5>4>1>2
(C) 1>2>3>5>4 (C) 1>2>3>5>4
(D) 5>4>3>2>1 (D) 5>4>3>2>1

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057. 057.
In above reaction P and Q are Cnamo³V A{^{H«$`m ‘| P VWm Q h¡
(A) (A)

(B) (B)

(C) (C)

(D) (D)

058. The one electron species having ionization 058. EH$ BboŠQ´moZ ñnrerO {OgHo$ Am`ZZ D$Om©
energy of 54.4 eVs 54.4 BboŠQ´moZ dmoëQ> h¡ -
(A) H (B) Be+2 (A) H (B) Be+2
(C) Be+3 (D) He+ (C) Be+3 (D) He+
059. Which of the following set of quantum 059. {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgo ³dm§Q>‘ g§»`mAmo H$m
numbers represents the highest energy g‘yh na‘mUw H$s CƒV‘ D$Om© H$mo {Zé{nV
of an atom ? H$aVm h¡
1 1
(A) n = 4, l = 0, m = 0, s = - (A) n = 4, l = 0, m = 0, s = -
2 2
1 1
(B) n = 3, l = 0, m = 4, s = + (B) n = 3, l = 0, m = 4, s = +
2 2
1 1
(C) n = 3, l = 1, m = 1, s = + (C) n = 3, l = 1, m = 1, s = +
2 2
1 1
(D) n = 3, l = 2, m = 1, s = + (D) n = 3, l = 2, m = 1, s = +
2 2
060. In OF2, oxygen has hybridization of 060. OF2 ‘| Am°ŠgrOZ H$m g§H$aU h¡
(A) None of the options (B) sp (A) BZ‘| go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht (B) sp
(C) sp2 (D) sp3 (C) sp2 (D) sp3
- 3- 2- - 3- 2- 2-
061.
- -
Amongst NO3 , AsO3 , CO3 ,  ClO3 , 061. NO3 , AsO3 , CO3 , ClO3 , SO3 Am¡a
2- 3-
SO3 and BO3 the non-planar species are 3-
BO3 ‘| go Ag‘Vb ñnrerO h¡
2- - 3- 2- - 3-
(A) SO3 , ClO3 and BO3 (A) SO3 , ClO3 VWm BO3
2- 2- 3- 2- 2- 3-
(B) CO3 , SO3 and BO3 (B) CO3 , SO3 VWm BO3
3- 2- 2- 3- 2- 2-
(C) AsO3 , CO3 and SO3 (C) AsO3 , CO3 VWm SO3
- 2- 3- 2- 3-
(D) NO3 , CO3 and BO3
-
(D) NO3 , CO3 VWm BO3

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062. The Lewis acidity of BF3 is less than 062. BF3 H$s bwB©g Aåbr`Vm BCl3 go H$‘ h¡
BCl 3 even though fluorine is more O~{H$ âbmo[aZ H$s {dÚwV F$UVm ŠbmoarZ
electronegative than chlorine. It is due to go A{YH$ h¡ & BgH$m H$maU h¡ -
(A) stronger 2p(B)-3p(Cl) π - bonding (A) à~b 2p(B)-3p(Cl) π - ~ÝYZ
(B) stronger 2p(B)–2p (F) σ - bonding (B) à~b 2p(B)–2p (F) σ - ~ÝYZ
(C) stronger 2p(B)–2p(F) π - bonding (C) à~b 2p(B)–2p(F) π - ~ÝYZ
(D) stronger 1p(B)–3p (Cl) σ - bonding (D) à~b 1p(B)–3p (Cl) σ - ~ÝYZ
063. The IUPAC name of the compound is: 063. `m¡{JH$ H$m AmB©.`y.nr.E.gr.Zm‘ h¡


(A) 2-carbamoylhex-3-enal (A) 2- H$m~m}‘mo`bhoŠg -3-BZob
(B) 2-methyl-6-oxohex-3-enamide (B) 2-‘o{Wb-6 Am°ŠgmohoŠg-3-BZm‘mBS>
(C) 6-keto-2-methyl hexamide (C) 6-H$sQ>mo -2-‘o{Wb hoŠgm‘mBS
(D) 2-carbamoylhexanal (D) 2-H$m~m}‘mo`bhoŠgoZob
064. The IUPAC name of 064. {ZåZ H$m AmB©.`y.nr.E.gr. Zm‘ h¡

is is

(A) 2-carbamoylhex-3-enal (A) 2-H$m~m}‘mo`bhoŠg -3-BZob


(B) 1-Bromo-2-chloro-3-fluoro-6-iodo (B) 1-~«mo‘mo-2-Šbmoamo-3-âbmoamo-6-Am`S>mo
benzene ~oÝOrZ
(C) 2-Bromo-1-chloro-5-fluoro-3-iodo (C) 2-~«mo‘mo-1-Šbmoamo-5-âbmoamo-3-Am`S>mo
benzene ~oÝOrZ
(D) 4-Bromo-2-chloro-5-iodo-1-fluoro (D) 4 -~« m o ‘ mo - 2 -Šbmo a mo - 5 -Am`S>mo - 1 -
benzene âbmoamo ~oÝOrZ
065. Which of the following compounds 065. {ZåZ `m¡{JH$m| ‘| go {H$g‘| H$‘ go H$‘
contain at least one secondary alcohol? EH$ {ÛVr` EëH$mohb h¡?


(A) (i), (iii), (v) (B) (i), (ii), (iv), (vi) (A) (i), (iii), (v) (B) (i), (ii), (iv), (vi)
(C) (i), (ii), (iii) (D) (i), (ii), (iii), (v) (C) (i), (ii), (iii) (D) (i), (ii), (iii), (v)

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066. Transition state 2 (T.S.2) is structurally 066. g§aMZmË‘H$ ê$n go g§H«$‘U AdñWm 2 (T.S.2)
most likely as: A{YH$ g‘mZ h¡

(A) product (A) CËnmX (product)


(B) intermediate 1 (B) ‘Ü`dVu 1 (intermediate 1)
(C) transition state 3(T.S.3) (C) g§H«$‘U AdñWm 3 (T.S.3)
(D) intermediate 2 (D) ‘Ü`dVu 2 (intermediate 2)
067. The decreasing order of electron affinity 067. BboŠQ´moZ AmË‘r`Vm (~§YwVm) H$m KQ>Vm hþAm
is: H«$‘ h¡-
(A) Br > Cl > F > I (A) Br > Cl > F > I
(B) F > Cl > Br > I (B) F > Cl > Br > I
(C) Cl > F > Br > I (C) Cl > F > Br > I
(D) I > Br > Cl > F (D) I > Br > Cl > F
068. The isomerism exhibited by following 068. AYmo{bpIV `m¡{JH$m| [Co(NH3)6][Cr(CN)6]
compounds [Co(NH3)6][Cr(CN)6] and VWm [Cr(NH3)6][Cr(CN)6] Ûmam g‘md`Vm
[Cr(NH3)6][Cr(CN)6] is àX{e©V hmo ahr h¡ -
(A) Polymerisation isomerism (A) ~hþbH$sH$aU g‘md`Vm
(B) Linkage isomerism (B) ~ÝYZr g‘md`Vm
(C) Coordination isomerism (C) Cnghg§`moOZ g‘md`Vm
(D) Ionization isomerization (D) Am`ZZ g‘md`Vm

069. For the reaction 069. A{^{H«$`m 2SO 2 + O 2 (excess) " 2SO3 Ho$
2SO 2 + O 2 (excess) " 2SO3 the order of {bE O2 Ho$ gÝX^© (gmnoj ) ‘| A{^{H«$`m H$s
reaction with respect to O2 is H$mo{Q> h¡
(A) three (B) zero (A) VrZ (B) eyÝ`
(C) one (D) two (C) EH$ (D) Xmo
070. Friedel – Craft reaction is not related 070. ’«$sSo>b-H«$mâQ> A{^{H«$`m {ZåZ{bpIV ‘| go
with: gå~§{YV Zht h¡
(A) Reduction (B) Sulphonation (A) AnM`Z (B) gë’$mo{ZH$aU
(C) Nitration (D) Acylation (C) ZmBQ´rH$aU (D) E{g{bH$aU

071. Compound has the 071. `m¡{JH$ Ho$ {bE CngJ© h¡


following prefix
(A) Anti (B) E (A) EÝQ>r (B) E
(C) Z (D) trans (C) Z (D) Q´m§g

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072. The molecule C3O2 has a linear structure. 072. AUw C3O2 H$s g§aMZm a¡pIH$ h¡ & Bg `m¡{JH$ ‘|
This compound has (A) 3 σ VWm 4 π Am~ÝY
(A) 3 σ and 4 π bonds (B) 4 σ VWm 4 π  Am~ÝY
(B) 4 σ and 4 π bonds
(C) 3 σ VWm 2 π Am~ÝY
(C) 3 σ and 2 π bonds
(D) 2 σ and 3 π bonds (D) 2 σ VWm 3 π Am~ÝY

073. The structure of XeF2 and NH3 073. XeF2 VWm NH3 H$s g§aMZmE± h¢ H«$‘e…
respectively are (A) ~§{H$V T>ÝHw$br (gr gm°)
(A) bent, see-saw
(B) ~§{H$V, MVwî’$bH$s`
(B) bent, tetrahedral
(C) a¡pIH$, {nar{‘{S>`
(C) linear, pyramidal
(D) linear, see-saw (D) a¡pIH$, T>ÝHw$br (gr gm°)

074. The number of lone pair(s) of electrons 074. 6 BrF4@ - , XeF6 VWm 6SbCl6 @3- Ho$ Ho$ÝÐr`
on the central atom in 6 BrF4@ - , XeF6 and na‘mUw na EH$mH$s BboŠQ´moZ `w½‘m| H$s g§»`m h¡
6SbCl6 @3- are, respectively. H«$‘e…
(A) 2,1 and 0 (B) 2,0 and 1 (A) 2,1 VWm 0 (B) 2,0 VWm 1
(C) 1, 0 and 0 (D) 2,1 and 1 (C) 1, 0 VWm 0 (D) 2,1 VWm 1

075. Which one is not the property of 075. H$m¡Zgm EH$ {H«$ñQ>br` R>mogm| H$m JwU Zht h¡ ?
crystalline soild ? (A) Cƒ AÝVampÊdH$ ~b
(A) High intermolecular forces (B) g‘X¡{eH$
(B) isotropic (C) VrúU JbZm§H$ {~ÝXþ
(C) Sharp melting point (D) {Z{üV Ed§ {Z`{‘V Á`m{‘Vr`
(D) A definite and regular geometry
076. For a non-volatile solute: 076. EH$ Admînerb {dbo` Ho$ {bE
(A) all of the options (A) {X¶o JE g^r {dH$ën ghr h¡
(B) vapour pressure of solute is zero (B) {dbo` H$m dmînXm~ eyÝ` hmoVm h¡
(C) vapour pressure of solvent is zero (C) {dbm`H$ H$m dmînXm~ eyÝ` hmoVm h¡
(D) vapour pressure of solution is more (D) {db`Z H$m dmînXm~ {dbm`H$ Ho$ dmînXm~
than vapour pressure of solvent go A{YH$ hmoVm h¡
077. Micelles are: 077. {‘gob h¡
(A) ideal solution (A) AmXe© {db`Z
(B) gel (B) Oob
(C) associated colloids (C) ghMmar H$mobmBS>
(D) adsorbed catalyst (D) A{Yemo{fV CËàoaH$

078. Milk is an emulsion in which: 078. XÿY EH$ nm`g h¡ {Og‘|


(A) lactose is dispersed in water (A) boŠQ>mog H$m Ob ‘| n[ajonU ahVm h¡
(B) Milk fat is dispersed in water (B) XÿY dgm H$m Ob ‘| n[ajonU ahVm h¡
(C) a solid is dispersed in water (C) EH$ R>mog H$m Ob ‘| n[ajonU ahVm h¡
(D) a gas is dispersed in water (D) EH$ J¡g H$m Ob ‘| n[ajonU ahVm h¡

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079. If enthalpies of formation for C2H4(g), 079. `{X C2H4(g), CO2(g) Am¡a H2O(l) Ho$ {bE
CO2(g) and H2O(l) at 25º C and 1 atm 25º C EH$ dm`w‘§S>br` Xm~ na {daMZ H$s
pressure be 52, –394 and –286 kJ mol–1 EÝWoënr H«$‘e… 52, –394 Am¡a –286 {H$bmo
respectively, enthalpy of combustion of Oyb ‘mob  –1 h¡, C2H4 (g) Ho$ XhZ H$s EÝWoënr
C2H4 (g) will be hmoJr-
(A) –1412 kJ mol–1 (B) +141.2 kJ mol–1 (A) –1412 kJ mol–1 (B) +141.2 kJ mol–1
(C) +1412 kJ mol–1 (D) –141.2 kJ mol–1 (C) +1412 kJ mol–1 (D) –141.2 kJ mol–1

080. Which graph shows zero activation 080. A{^{H«$`m (reaction) Ho$ {bE H$m¡Zgm J«m’$
energy for reaction ? eyÝ` g{H«$`U D$Om© Xem©Vm h¡ ?

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

081. Which of the following is correct for a 081. àW‘ H$mo{Q> H$s A{^{H«$`m Ho$ {bE {ZåZ ‘| go
first order reaction ? H$m¡Zgm ghr h¡ ?
2
(A) t1/2 \ a (B) t1/2 \ a
2
(A) t1/2 \ a (B) t1/2 \ a
1 0 1
(C) t1/2 \ (D) t1/2 \ a (C) t1/2 \
0
(D) t1/2 \ a
a a

082. 8.50gm of NH3 is present in 250 ml 082. 250 ml ‘| 8.50 J«m‘ A‘mo{Z`m CnpñWV h¡ &
volume. Its active mass is: BgH$m g{H«$` Ðì`‘mZ h¡ -
(A) 2.0 ML–1 (B) 1.0 ML–1 (A) 2.0 ML–1 (B) 1.0 ML–1
(C) 0.5 ML–1 (D) 1.5 ML–1 (C) 0.5 ML–1 (D) 1.5 ML–1

083.
The equilibrium constants of the reaction 083. A{^{H«$`m
1 1
SO 2 (g) + ) O 2 (g) ? SO3 (g) SO 2 (g) + ) O (g) ? SO3 (g)
2 2 2
and 2SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g) ? 2SO3 (g) are Am¡a 2SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g) ? 2SO3 (g)
Ho$
K1 and K2 respectively. The relationship amgm`{ZH$ gmå` pñWam§H$ H«$‘e… K1 Ed§ K2 h¡,
between K1 and K2 will be: K1 Am¡a K2 ‘| gå~ÝY hmoJm ?
(A) K 2 = K1 (B) K1 = K2 (A) K 2 = K1 (B) K1 = K2
3 2

3
(C) K 2 = K1
2
(D) K1 = K 2 (C) K = K1
2 (D) K1 = K 2

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084. 084.

pair is known as `w½‘ H$hbmVm h¡


(A) geometrical isomers (A) Á`m{‘{V g‘md`r
(B) erythro stereoisomers (B) E[aW«mo {Ì{d‘ g‘md`r
(C) threo stereoisomers (C) {W«`mo {Ì{d‘ g‘md`r
(D) structure isomers
(D) g§aMZm g‘md`r
085. Which defect in any crystal lowers its 085. {H$gr {H«$ñQ>b ‘| H$m¡Zgr Ìw{Q> BgHo$ KZËd H$mo
density? H$‘ H$aVr h¡
(A) Interstitial (B) F centre (A) A§VamH$mer (B) F Ho$ÝÐ
(C) Frenkel (D) Schottky (C) ’«|$Ho$b (D) emoQ>H$s

086. The half life period of a radio active 086. EH$ ao{S>`mo g{H«$` VËd H$s AY© Am`w 30 {XZ h¡
element is 30 days, after 90 days the 90 {XZ ~mX CgH$s {ZåZ ‘mÌm eof ahoJr -
following quantity will be left
1 1 1 1
(A) (B) (A) (B)
6 8 6 8
1 1 1 1
(C) (D) (C) (D)
4 2 4 2

087. What is the number of atoms in the unit 087. H$m` H|${ÐV KZr` {H«$ñQ>b H$s EH$H$ H$mo{ð>H$m ‘|
cell of body centered cubic crystal ? na‘mUwAm| H$s g§»`m Š`m hmoVr h¡ ?
(A) 3 (B) 4 (A) 3 (B) 4
(C) 2 (D) 1 (C) 2 (D) 1

088. When Grignard reagent reacts with 088. O~ {J«Ý`ma A{^H$‘©H$ H$sQ>m|Z go A{^{H«$`m
ketone it yields H$aVm h¡ Vmo àmá hmoVm h¡ -
(A) Ethanol (B) 1o alcohol (A) EWoZmob (B) 1° EëH$mohb
(C) 2o alcohol (D) 3o alcohol (C) 2° EëH$mohb (D) 3° EëH$mohb

089. Formula of Bleaching powder is: 089. ãbrqMJ nmCS>a H$m gyÌ h¡
(A) CHCl3 (B) CCl3CHO (A) CHCl3 (B) CCl3CHO
(C) CaOCl2 (D) Ca(OH)2 (C) CaOCl2 (D) Ca(OH)2

090. The geometry around the central atom in 090. ClF 4


+
‘| Ho$ÝÐr` na‘mUw Ho$ Mmamo Amoa Á`m{‘{V
+
ClF 4 is h¡ -
(A) trigonal bipyramidal (A) {ÌH$moUr` {Û {nam{‘S>r`
(B) square planar (B) dJ© g‘Vbr`
(C) square pyramidal (C) dJ© {nam{‘S>r`
(D) octahedral (D) Aï>’$bH$s`

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091. Among the following, the equilibrium 091. Xm~ ~‹T>mZo na {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm gmå` à^m{dV
which is NOT affected by an increase in Zht hmoVm h¡
pressure is (A) 3Fe (s) + 4H 2 O (g) ? Fe3 O 4 (s) + 4H 2 (g)
(A) 3Fe (s) + 4H 2 O (g) ? Fe3 O 4 (s) + 4H 2 (g) (B) 2SO3 (g) ? 2SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g)
(B) 2SO3 (g) ? 2SO 2 (g) + O 2 (g)
(C) H 2 (g) + I 2 (s) ? 2HI (g)
(C) H 2 (g) + I 2 (s) ? 2HI (g)
(D) C (s) + H 2 O (g) ? CO (g) + H 2 (g) (D) C (s) + H 2 O (g) ? CO (g) + H 2 (g)

092. In the manufacture of ammonia by 092. ho~a àH«$‘ Ho$ Ûmam A‘mo{Z`m Ho$ {Z‘m©U ‘|
Haber’s process N 2 (g) + 3H 2 (g) ? 2NH3 (g) + 92.3kJ
N 2 (g) + 3H 2 (g) ? 2NH3 (g) + 92.3kJ {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgr eV© à{VHy$b h¡ ?
Which of the following conditions is (A) A‘mo{Z`m Ho$ {Z‘m©U Ho$ gmW BgH$m
unfavourable ?
(A) Removing ammonia as it is formed
{ZH$bZm
(B) Increasing the temperature (B) Vmn ~‹T>Zm
(C) Increasing the pressure (C) Xm~ H$m ~‹T>Zm
(D) Reducing the temperature (D) Vmn H$m KQ>Zm

093. Which of the following compounds can 093. {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm `m¡{JH$ Á`m{‘Vr` g‘md`Vm
exhibit both geometrical isomerism and VWm à{V{~å~ ê$nU (enantiomerism) XmoZm|
enantiomerism ? H$mo Xem©Vm h¡ ?
(A) CH3 - CHOH - COOH (A) CH3 - CHOH - COOH
(B) CH3 - CH = CH - CH3
(B) CH3 - CH = CH - CH3
(C)
(C)

(D)
(D)

094. Which of the following reacts fastest with 094. gmÝÐ HCl Ho$ gmW {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm Vrd«V‘
conc. HCl ? ê$n go A{^{H«$`m H$aVm h¡
(A) CH2 = CH–CH2OH (A) CH2 = CH–CH2OH

(B) (B)

(C) (C)

(D) (CH3)3COH (D) (CH3)3COH

095. A polymer which is commonly used as a 095. ~hþbH$ Omo gm‘Ý`V`m nXmWm] H$s noqH$J ‘| H$m‘
packaging material is AmVm h¡
(A) Bakelite. (B) Polythene (A) ~¡Ho$bmB©Q> (B) nmobr{WZ
(C) Polypropylene (D) PVC (C) nmo{bàmonrbrZ (D) PVC

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096. Which pair does not represent the cyclic 096. H$m¡Zgm `w½‘ C4H6 AUw gyÌ dmbo MH«$s` `m¡{JH$
compound of the molecular formula H$mo àX{e©V Zht H$aVm h¡
C4H6
(A)
(A)

(B)
(B)

(C)
(C)

(D)
(D)

097. 097.

Product P in the above reaction is: Cnamoº$ A{^{H«$`m ‘| CËnmX P h¡


(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

098. The structure of carboxylate ion is best 098. H$m~m}pŠgboQ> Am`Z H$s g§aMZm H$m g~go AÀN>m
represented as: {Zê$nU h¡-
(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

099. Which one of the following is not a unit 099. {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgr D$Om© H$s BH$mB© Zht h¡ ?
of energy ? (A) kg m2 s–2 (B) Nm
(A) kg m2 s–2 (B) Nm (C) kg. ms–2 (D) lit-atm
(C) kg. ms–2 (D) lit-atm
100. When a liquid that is immiscible with 100. EH$ Ðd Omo Ob ‘| A{‘lUr` h¡ H$m ^mn AmgdZ
water was steam distilled at 95.2°C at a 95.2°C na VWm Hw$b Xm~ 99.652KPa na
total pressure of 99.652  KPa. The {H$`m J`m & AmgwV ‘| Ob Ho$ àË`oH$ J«m‘ Ho$
distillate contained 1.27gm of the gmW Ðd H$m 1.27gm CnpñWV h¡ & `{X Ob
liquid per gram of water. What will be H$m dmînXm~ 95.2°C na 85.140KPa h¡, Ðd
the molar mass of the liquid if the vapour H$m ‘moba Ðì`‘mZ Š`m hmoJm ?
pressure of water is 85.140KPa at 95.2°C ? (A) 18 gm mol–1
(A) 18 gm mol–1 (B) 134.1 gm mol–1
(B) 134.1 gm mol–1
(C) 105.74 gm mol–1 (C) 105.74 gm mol–1
(D) 99.65 gm mol–1 (D) 99.65 gm mol–1

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MATHEMATICS / J{UV
101. log3 2, log6 2, log12 2 are in 101. log3 2, log6 2, log12 2 h¡
(A) None of the options (B) A.P. (A) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht (B) A.P. ‘|
(C) G.P. (D) H.P. (C) G.P. ‘| (D) H.P. ‘|

102. If p, q, r, s, t and u are in A.P. then 102. `{X p, q, r, s, t VWm u g‘mÝVa loUr
difference (t - r) is equal (A. P.) ‘| h¡§ Vmo AÝVa (t - r) ~am~a h¡
(A) (u - q) (B) 2 (s - p) (A) (u - q) (B) 2 (s - p)
(C) 2 (u - q) (D) 2 (s - r) (C) 2 (u - q) (D) 2 (s - r)

103. Value of 7_logb ai _log c bi _log a ciA 103. 7_logb ai _log c bi _log a ciA H$m ‘mZ h¡
(A) log abc (B) 0 (A) log abc (B) 0
(C) 1 (D) abc (C) 1 (D) abc

1 + 1 + 1 + 1 +
104. If p = 1 then 104. ¶{X p = 1 Vmo
log3 π log 4 π log3 π log 4 π

(A)  p   >   3 (A)  p   >   3
(B) 1.5  <   p   <   2 (B) 1.5  <   p   <   2
(C) 2   <   p   <   2.5 (C) 2   <   p   <   2.5
(D) 2.5  <   p   <   3 (D) 2.5  <   p   <   3
10 10
2 2
3x + 5 3x + 5
105. In the expansion of f 2p 105. f 2p Ho$ {dñVma ‘§o ‘ܶ nX h¡
5 3 x 5 3x
midterm is
(A) 242 (B) 252 (A) 242 (B) 252
(C) 284 (D) 291 (C) 284 (D) 291
2
106. If roots of equation of x + x + 1 = 0 106. ¶{X g‘rH$aU x 2 + x + 1 = 0 Ho$ ‘yb a, b
2
are a, b and roots of x + px + q = 0 h¡ VWm x 2 + px + q = 0 Ho$ ‘yb ba , ba Vmo
a b
are , a then value of p + q is p + q H$m ‘mZ h¡&
b
2 +1 2 +1
(A) (B) – 1 (A) (B) – 1
2 2
(C) 1 (D) 2 (C) 1 (D) 2
3 3
1/a bc a 1/a bc a
3 3
107. The value of Determinant 1/b ca b 107. gma{UH$ 1/b ca b H$m ‘mZ h¡$
3 3
1/c ab c 1/c ab c
(A) None of the options (A) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht
(B) 0 (B) 0
(C) (a - b) (b - c) (c - a) (C) (a - b) (b - c) (c - a)
2 2 2
(D) a b c (a - b) (b - c) (c - a)
2 2 2
(D) a b c (a - b) (b - c) (c - a)

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3 - 1 3x - 2x 8 3 - 1 3x - 2x 8
108. If > H > H +> H = > H, the 108. ¶{X > H > H +> H= > H h¡ Vmo
0 6 1 3 9 0 6 1 3 9
value of x is x H$m ‘mZ h¡
(A) None of the options (B) 7 (A) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht (B) 7
2 3 2 3
(C) - (D) - (C) - (D) -
9 8 9 8
109. Consider A and B two square matrices 109. EH$ hr H$mo{Q> H$s Xmo dJ© ‘o{Q´Šgmo A VWm
of same order. Select the correct B na {dMma H$s{OE& {ZåZ ‘o§ go H$m¡Zgm
alternative H$WZ gË` h¡
1 1
(A) > H BH$mB© ‘o{Q´>³g Zht h¡
1 1
(A) > H is not unit matrix.
1 1
1 1
(B) A + B must be greater than A (B) A + B H$m  ‘mZ A   go  ~‹S>m hr hmoJm
(C) If AB = 0 either A or B must be (C) ¶{X AB = 0 V~ ¶m Vmo A ¶m B  eyݶ
zero matrix ‘¡{Q´>³g hr hmoJr&
(D) AB must be greater than A (D) AB H$m ‘mZ A go ~‹S>m hr hmoJm

110. Function f : N " N, f (x) = 2x + 3 is 110. ’$bZ f : N " N, f (x) = 2x + 3 h¡


(A) Many -one Into function (A) ~hþEoH$s AÝVj}nr
(B) One-one Onto function (B) EH¡$H$s AmÀN>mXH$
(C) One-one Into function (C) EH¡$H$s AÝVj}nr
(D) Many- one Onto function (D) ~hþEoH$s AmÀN>mXH$
111. If domain of the function 111. ¶{X ’$bZ f (x) = x 2 - 6x + 7 H$m àmÝV
2
f (x) = x - 6x + 7 is (–  ∞, ∞) then its (–  ∞, ∞) h¡ Vmo BgH$m n[aga hmoJm
range is
(A) (–  ∞, –2)
(A) (–  ∞, – 2)
(B) (–  ∞, ∞)
(B) (–  ∞, ∞)
(C) [– 2, ∞)
(C) [– 2, ∞)
(D) [– 2, 3] (D) [– 2, 3]

112. The resultant of two forces P and Q 112. `{X Xmo ~bm| P VWm Q Ho$ n[aUm‘r H$m n[a‘mU
is of magnitude P. If the force P is P h¡& `{X ~b P H$mo XþJwZm H$a {X`m OmE
doubled, Q remaining the same, then d ~b Q H$mo An[ad{V©V aIm OmE Vmo ZE
angle between new resultant and the
force Q is
n[aUm‘r VWm ~b Q Ho$ ‘Ü` H$moU hmoJm
(A) 90° (B) 30° (A) 90° (B) 30°
(C) 45° (D) 60° (C) 45° (D) 60°

113. The centre of gravity (centre of mass) 113. EH$ N>‹S> bå~mB© L h¡ BgH$m aoIr` Ðì`‘mZ
of a rod (of length L) whose linear KZËd BgHo$ EH$ {gao go Xyar Ho$ dJ© Ho$
mass density varies as the square of AZwgma n[ad{V©V hmo ahm h¡& Bg N>‹S> H$m
the distance from one end is at
JwéËd Ho$ÝÐ (Ðì`‘mZ Ho$ÝÐ) BgHo$ {gao go
2L L {ZåZ na hmoJm
(A) (B) 2L L
5 3 (A) (B)
5 3
3L 3L
(C) (D) 3L 3L
4 5 (C) (D)
4 5
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114. Three forces each of magnitude F are 114. VrZ ~b {OZH$m àË`oH$ H$m n[a‘mU F h¡
applied along the edges of a regular H$mo EH$ {Z`{‘V fQ²^wO Ho$ H$moamo§ ({H$Zmam|)
hexagon as shown in the figure. Each Ho$ AZw{Xe {MÌmZwgma Amamo{nV {H$`o OmVo
side of hexagon is a. What is the
resultant moment (torque) of these h¡§& fQ²^wO H$s àË`oH$ ^wOm a h¡& Ho$ÝÐ
three forces about centre O? O Ho$ gmnoj BZ VrZ ~bm| H$m n[aUm‘r
AmKyU© Š`m hmoJm?

1
(A) aF (B) 3aF 1
2 (A) aF (B) 3aF
3 3 3 2
(C) aF (D) aF 3 3 3
2 2 (C) aF (D) aF
115. The coordinates of a moving point 2 2
particle in a plane at time t is given 115. EH$ Vb ‘| J{V‘mZ EH$ {~ÝXþ H$U H$m
b y x = a (t + sin t), y = a (1 - cos t) . T h e g‘` t na {ZX}em§H$,
magnitude of acceleration of the particle is x = a (t + sin t), y = a (1 - cos t) h¡ Vmo H$U
3 Ho$ ËdaU H$m n[a‘mU h¡
(A) a (B) a
2 3
(A) a (B) a
(C) 3 a (D) 2 a 2
116. A point particle moves along a straight (C) 3 a (D) 2 a
line such that x = t where t is time. 116. EH$ {~ÝXþ H$U EH$ gab aoIm ‘| x = t
Then ratio of acceleration to cube of Ho$ AZwgma J{V H$a ahm h¡ Ohm± t g‘`
the velocity is h¡& V~ H$U Ho$ ËdaU H$m doJ Ho$ KZ
(A) −0.5 (B) −3 Ho$ gmW AZwnmV hmoJm
(C) −2 (D) −1 (A) −0.5 (B) −3
117. A body of mass m falls from rest through (C) −2 (D) −1
a height h under gravitation acceleration g 117. EH$ dñVw {OgH$m Ðì`‘mZ m h¡ {dam‘ go h
and is then brought to rest by penetrating
through a depth d into some sand. The D±$MmB© go JwéËdr` ËdaU g Ho$ A§VJ©V {JaVr
average deceleration of the body during h¡ VWm `h aoV ‘| JhamB© d VH$ Y±gVr h¡&
penetration into sand is aoV ‘| Y±gZo Ho$ Xm¡amZ Am¡gV ‘ÝXZ hmoJm
2 2
gh gh gh gh
(A) 2 (B) (A) (B)
2d d 2d
2
d
2 2
gd gh gd gh
(C) (D) 2
(C) (D)
h d h d
2

118. A normal is drawn at a point (x1, y1) of 118. nadb` y 2 = 16x Ho$ {~ÝXþ (x1, y1) na EH$
2
the parabola y = 16x and this normal A{^bå~ Ir§Mm OmVm h¡ `h A{^bå~
makes equal angle with both x and y XmoZm| Ajmo§ x VWm y Ho$ gmW ~am~a H$moU
axes. Then point (x1, y1) is ~ZmVm h¡ Vmo {~ÝXþ (x1, y1) h¡
(A) (1, – 4) (B) (4, – 4) (A) (1, – 4) (B) (4, – 4)
(C) (2, – 8) (D) (4, – 8) (C) (2, – 8) (D) (4, – 8)
119. Two vectors A = 3 and B = 4 are 119. Xmo g{Xe A = 3 VWm B = 4 nañna bå~dV
perpendicular. Resultant of both these h¢& BZ XmoZm| g{Xemo§ H$m n[aUm‘r R h¡& g{Xe
vectors is R. The projection of the
vector B on the vector R is B H$m g{Xe R na àjon hmoJm
(A) 1.25 (B) 3.2 (A) 1.25 (B) 3.2
(C) 2.4 (D) 5 (C) 2.4 (D) 5

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120. A vector R is given by R = A # _B # C i 120. EH$ g{Xe R {ZåZ Ûmam {X`m OmVm h¡
Which of the following is true ? R = A # _B # C i Vmo {ZåZ ‘| go H$m¡Zgm
(A) None of the options H$WZ gË` h¡ ?
(A) BZ‘o§ go H$moB© ^r {dH$ën Zht
(B) R is parallel to A
(B) g{Xe R g{Xe A Ho$ g‘mÝVa h¡
(C) R must be parallel to B (C) g{Xe R g{Xe B Ho$ g‘mÝVa hr hmoJm
(D) R must be perpendicular to B (D) g{Xe R g{Xe B Ho$ bå~dV hr hmoJm
dy
121. Solution of the differential equation 121. AdH$b g‘rH$aU
x- y 2 -y
= 2e + x e H$m
dx
dy hb h¡
= 2e + x e is
x- y 2 -y
dx -3
-3 -y x x +
-y x x + (A) e = 2e + c
(A) e = 2e + c 3
3 3
3 -y x x
-y x x (B) e = 2e + + c
(B) e = 2e + + c 3
3 3
x
3 y -x x

y -x
(C) e = 2e + + c (C) e = 2e + + c
3 3
3
x
3
y xx

y x
(D) e = 2e + + c (D) e = 2e + + c
3 3
dy
122. Solution of the differential equation 122. AdH$b g‘rH$aU _ x + 2y3i dx = y H$m
dy hb h¡
_ x + 2y 3 i = y is 4
dx xy 3
xy
4
(A) + xy = cy (B) y + cy = x
(A)
3
+ xy = cy (B) y + cy = x 2
2
3
(C) x + 2y3 = y + c (D) y + cx = y
3
(C) x + 2y3 = y + c (D) y + cx = y

123. Value of the following expression is 123. {ZåZ ì`§OH$ H$m ‘mZ h¡
lim 1 2 2 2 2 lim 1 2 2 2 2
(1 + 2 + 3 + ...... + n ) 3 (1 + 2 + 3 + ...... + n )
n " 3 n3 n"3 n
2 1 2 1
(A) (B) (A) (B)
3 3 3 3
1 1 1 1
(C) (D) (C) (D)
6 2 6 2
1
124. If function f (x) = * x sin a 1x k ; x ! 0 124. `{X ’$bZ f (x) = * x sin a x k ; x ! 0
a ; x= 0 a ; x= 0
is continuous at x = 0 , then value of x = 0 , na gVV h¡ Vmo a H$m ‘mZ h¡
a is (A) BZ‘o§ go H$moB© ^r {dH$ën Zht (B) 1
(A) None of the options (B) 1 (C) – 1 (D) 0
(C) – 1 (D) 0

sinx
125. The derivative of y = x
sinx
is 125. y= x H$m AdH$bO h¡
sin x sin x
(A) cos x log x + x (A) cos x log x + x
sin x - 1 sin x - 1
(B) cos x x (B) cos x x
sin 2x sin x - 1 sin 2x sin x - 1
(C) x (C) x
2 2
sinx sin x sin x
(D) x acos x log x + x k
sinx
(D) x acos x log x + x k

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126. The tangents to curve 126. dH«$ y = x3 - 2x 2 + x - 2 na ItMr JB©
3 2
y = x - 2x + x - 2 which are
parallel to straight line y = x are
ñne© aoImAmo§ Omo {H$ gab aoIm y = x Ho$
g‘mÝVa h¡ Ho$ g‘rH$aU h¡§
86 86
(A) x - y = 2 and x - y = (A) x - y = 2 VWm x - y =
27 27
86 86
(B) x - y = 2 and x + y = (B) x - y = 2 VWm x+ y=
27 27
86 86
(C) x + y = 2 and x + y = (C) x + y = 2 VWm x+ y=
27 27
86 86
(D) x + y = 2 and x - y = (D) x + y = 2 VWm x- y=
27 27

127. The value of lim cos h x - cos x is 127. lim cos h x - cos x H$m ‘mZ h¡
x"0 x sin x x"0 x sin x
(A) 2 (B) 1
(A) 2 (B) 1
1 1
(C) (D) 1 1
2 3 (C) (D)
2 3
x x
1 1
128. Value of Maxima of a x k is 128. ’$bZ a x k H$m C{ƒîQ> ‘mZ h¡
e

e
(A) e (B) e (A) e (B) e
1 e
a1 e k 1 e
a1 e k
(C) e (D) a e k (C) e (D) a e k

1
1
2 -1
2
sin x dx
129. The value of the integral w
-1
sin x dx 129. w 2 3
$Ho$ g‘mH$b H$m ‘mZ
2 32 (1 - x ) 2
(1 - x )
0
0

π 1 π 1 π 1 π 1
(A) - log 2 (B) + log 2 (A) - log 2 (B) + log 2
4 2 2 2 4 2 2 2
1 π 1 π
(C) π - log 2 (D) - log 2 (C) π - log 2 (D) - log 2
2 2 2 2

1 1
130. Integral of 130. H$m g‘mH$b h¡
2 cos x
+ 2 + cos x
2 -1 1 x 2 -1 1 x
(A) tan d tan n + c (A) tan d tan n + c
3 3 2 3 3 2
(B) - sin x log (2 + cos x) + c (B) - sin x log (2 + cos x) + c
(C) sin x log (2 + cos x) + c (C) sin x log (2 + cos x) + c
1 -1 1 1 -1 1
(D) tan a tan x k + c (D) tan a tan x k + c
3 2 3 2

131. The eccentricity of an ellipse 131. {XE JE XrK©d¥V


2 2

2 2
9x + 16y = 144 is 9x + 16y = 144 H$s CËHo$ÝÐVm h¡
5 7 5 7
(A) (B) (A) (B)
3 4 3 4
2 3 2 3
(C) (D) (C) (D)
5 5 5 5

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132. Taking axes of hyperbola as coordinate 132. A{Vnadb` Ho$ Ajmo§ H$mo {ZX}e Aj ‘mZH$a
axes, find its equation when the distance A{Vnadb` H$m g‘rH$aU Š`m hmoJm, O~
between the foci is 16 and eccentricity {H$ Zm{^`mo§ H$s Xyar 16 h¡ VWm CËHo$ÝÐVm
is 2 2 h¡
2 2 2 2

2 2 2
(A) x - y = 64 (B) x - y = 8
2
(A) x - y = 64 (B) x - y = 8
2 2 2 2

2 2 2 2
(C) x - y = 16 (D) x - y = 32 (C) x - y = 16 (D) x - y = 32

133.
2 2
For a circle x + y = 81, what is the 133. d¥ Î m x 2 + y 2 = 81, H$s Cg Ordm H$m
equation of chord whose mid point is g‘rH$aU Š`m hmoJm, {OgH$m ‘Ü` {~ÝXþ
(– 2, 3) h¡
(– 2, 3)
(A) 3x - 2y + 13 = 0
(A) 3x - 2y + 13 = 0
(B) 2x - 3y - 13 = 0 (B) 2x - 3y - 13 = 0
(C) 2x + 3y + 13 = 0 (C) 2x + 3y + 13 = 0
(D) 2x - 3y + 13 = 0 (D) 2x - 3y + 13 = 0

134. The condition so that the line 134. dh eV© Š`m hmoJr O~ aoIm
2
lx + my + n = 0 may touch the parabola lx + my + n = 0 nadb` y = 8x H$mo ñne©
2
y = 8x H$a gHo$
2 2 2 2
(A) 2m = l n (B) m = 8l n (A) 2m = l n (B) m = 8l n
2 2 2 2
(C) m = 2l n (D) 8m = l n (C) m = 2l n (D) 8m = l n

135. The equation of that diameter of the 135. d¥Îm x 2 + y 2 - 6x + 2y - 8 = 0 H$m ì`mg
2 2
circle x + y - 6x + 2y - 8 = 0 which (Omo {H$ ‘yb {~ÝXþgo JwOaVm h¡) H$m
passes through the origin is g‘rH$aU Š`m hmoJm?
(A) 3x - y = 0 (B) 6x - y = 0 (A) 3x - y = 0 (B) 6x - y = 0
(C) 3x + 2y = 0 (D) x + 3y = 0 (C) 3x + 2y = 0 (D) x + 3y = 0

136. If z is a complex number then 136. ¶{X z EH$ gpå‘l g§»¶m h¡ Vmo
(z + 5) ( z + 5 ) is (z 5) ( z + 5 ) ~am~a h¡
+
2 2 2 2
(A) z - 5 (B) (z + 5) (A) z - 5 (B) (z + 5)
2 2 2 2
(C) z + 5 (D) z + 5i (C) z + 5 (D) z + 5i

137. If z is a complex number then which 137. ¶{X z EH$ gpå‘l g§»¶m h¡ Vmo {ZåZ ‘|
of the following statement is true? go H$m¡Zgm H$WZ g˶ h¡ ?
(A) _ z z i is nonnegative real (A) _ z z i AG$UmË‘H$ dmñV{dH$ h¡
(B) _ z - z i is purely real (B) _ z - z i {dewÕ dmñV{dH$ h¡
(C) _ z + z i is purely imaginary (C) _ z + z i {dewÕ H$mën{ZH$ h¡
(D) _ z z i is purely imaginary (D) _ z z i {dewÕ H$mën{ZH$ h¡

138. If ω is the cubic root of unity, then value 138. ¶{X ω BH$mB© H$m KZ‘yb h¡ Vmo
of the (1 + ω - ω2) 2 + (1 - ω + ω2) 2 + 1 is 2 2 2 2
(1 + ω - ω ) + (1 - ω + ω ) + 1 H$m ‘mZ h¡
(A) 7 (B) 1 (A) 7 (B) 1
(C) − 3 (D) −1 (C) − 3 (D) −1

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139. If, _1 + i 3 i = a + ib , Here a and b 139. ¶{X _1 + i 3 i = a + ib h¡ a VWm b
are real, then the value of b is dmñV{dH$12 h¢ Vmo b H$m ‘mZ h¡
12
(A) _ 2 i (B) 0 (A) _ 2 i (B) 0
12 12
(C) 1 (D) _ 3 i (C) 1 (D) _ 3 i

140.
2 2
If f (θ) = 2 (sec θ + cos θ), then its 140. ¶{X f (θ) = 2 (sec 2 θ + cos 2 θ), h¡ Vmo BgH$m
value always ‘mZ gX¡d
(A) f (θ) $ 4 (B) f _θ i <2 (A) f (θ) $ 4 (B) f _θ i <2
(C) f _θ i = 2 (D) 4 > f (θ) >2 (C) f _θ i = 2 (D) 4 > f (θ) >2

141. If cot x - tan x = 2 , then generalized 141. ¶{X cot x - tan x = 2 , h¡ Vmo ì`mnH$ hb
solution is (here n is integer) h¡ (`hm± n EH$ nyUmªH$ h¡)
(A) x = nπ + π (B) x = 2nπ + π (A) x = nπ + π (B) x = 2nπ + π
4 16 2 4 16 2
π nπ π nπ π
(C) x = nπ +
4
(D) x =
2
+
8 (C) x = nπ + π (D) x = +
4 2 8

142. A plane is flying horizontally at a height 142. EH$ {d‘mZ O‘rZ go 1Km D±$MmB© na
of 1Km from ground. Angle of elevation j¡{VO {Xem ‘| C‹S> ahm h¡ & {H$gr jU
of the plane at a certain instant is 60°.
na {d‘mZH$m CÝZ`Z H$moU 60° h¡& 20
goH$ÊS> ~mX CÝZ`Z H$moU 30° nm`m J`m
After 20 seconds angle of elevation is Vmo {d‘mZ H$s Mmb h¡
found 30°. The speed of plane is 100
100 (A) 200 3 m/s (B) m /s
(A) 200 3 m/s (B) m /s 3
3 200
200 (C) m /s (D) 100 3 m/s
(C) m /s (D) 100 3 m/s 3
3

2 3 4 2 3 4
143. sin θ cos θ - sin θ cos θ is equal 143. sin θ cos θ - sin θ cos θ ~am~a h¡
1 1
(A) 4 sin θ sin 4θ (B) 1 cos θ sin 4θ (A) 4 sin θ sin 4θ (B) 1 cos θ sin 4θ
2 2
1 1
(C) cos θ sin 4θ (D) sin 2 2θ 1 1
(C) cos θ sin 4θ (D) sin 2 2θ
4 2 4 2

144. If 2 sin C cos A = sin B, then ∆ ABC is 144. ¶{X 2 sin C cos A = sin B,   h¡  Vmo ∆ ABC h¡
(A) none of the options (A) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht
(B) Isosceles triangle (B) g‘{Û~mhþ {Ì^wO
(C) equilateral triangle (C) g‘~mhþ {Ì^wO
(D) right angle triangle
(D) g‘H$moU `wº$ {Ì^wO
145. Value of the tan 9 1 cos- 1 a 2 kC is 145. {ZåZtan 9 cos a kC H$m ‘mZ
1 -1 2

2 3 2 3
(A) 3 (B) 5 3 5
10 2 (A) (B)
10 2
(C) 1 - 5 (D) 1
(C) 1 - 5 (D) 1
2 5 2 5

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2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
146. If r = x + y + z and 146. ¶{X r = x + y + z VWm
yz - 1 xz π - 1 yz - 1 xz π
tan
-1
xr + tan yr = 2 - tan φ then
-1

-1
tan xr + tan yr = - tan φ Vmo
2
xy xy
(A) φ = zr (A) φ = zr
x+ y x+ y
(B) φ = zr (B) φ = zr
yz yz xz
(C) φ = xr + xz
yr (C) φ = xr + yr
zr zr
(D) φ = xy (D) φ = xy

147. Consider digits 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 147. A§H$ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 VWm 7 br{OE& BZ


7. Using these digits, numbers of five A§H$mo§ H$m Cn`moJ H$aVo hþE nm±M A§H$mo§ H$s
digits are formed. Then probability of g§»`mE± ~ZmB© OmVr h¢ Vmo BZ nm±M A§H$mo§
these such five digit numbers that have H$s Eogr g§»`mAmo§ Ho$ XmoZm| {gam| na {df‘
odd digits at their both ends is A§H$ AmZo H$s àm{`H$Vm Š`m hmoJr?
1 1
(A) None of the options (B) (A) BZ‘o go H$moB© {dH$ën Zht (B)
7 7
2 3 2 3
(C) (D) (C) (D)
7 7 7 7
148. Out of 100 bicycles, ten bicycles have 148. gm¡ gmB{H$bm| ‘o go 10 gmB{H$bo§ n§Ma h¢¡
puncture. What is the probability of Vmo nm±M gmB{H$bm| Ho$ à{VXe© (goånb) ‘o
not having any punctured bicycle in a go {H$gr ^r gmB©{H$b ‘o§ n§Ma Zht hmoZo
sample of 5 bicycles ? H$s àm{`H$Vm Š`m hmoJr?
5
5
9 1 9 1
(A) d n (B) (A) d n (B)
10 10
5
10 5
10
1 1 1 1
(C) 5 (D) 9 (C) 5 (D) 9
2 2 2 2
149. Probability of solving a particular 149. ì`{º$ A H$s {H$gr {d{eð> àý H$mo hb
question by person A is 1/3 and H$aZo H$s àm{`H$Vm 1/3 h¡ VWm Cgr àý
probability of solving that question by H$mo ì`{º$ B Ûmam hb H$aZo H$s àm{`H$Vm
person B is 2/5. What is the probability 2/5 h¡& CZ XmoZm| ‘o§ go H$‘ go H$‘ EH$
of solving that question by at least one Ho$ Ûmam Cg àý H$mo hb H$aZo H$s àm{`H$Vm
of them ? Š`m hmoJr?
(A) 7/9 (B) 2/5 (A) 7/9 (B) 2/5
(C) 2/3 (D) 3/5 (C) 2/3 (D) 3/5

150. Four men and three women are 150. Mma nwéf VWm VrZ ‘{hbmE± EH$ bmBZ
standing in a line for railway ticket. (n§{º$) ‘o aobdo {Q>H$Q> Ho$ {bE I‹S>o h¢
The probability of standing them in Vmo CZHo$ EH$m§Va H«$‘ ‘o I‹S>o hmoZo H$s
alternate manner is àm{`H$Vm Š`m hmoJr?
1
(A) 7 (B) 1
1
(A) 7 (B) 1
35 35
(C) 1 (D) 1 (C) 1 (D) 1
33 84 33 84

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