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TEST DATE : 27 - 12 - 2018
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PART A - PHYSICS
1. Shown in the figure is a combination of
logic gates. The output values at P and Q +
+
are correctly represented by which of the +
+ +
following?
+ + X
1 p O
+ ++
+
0 Q +
(1) 0 0 (2) 1 1 (3) 0 1 (4) 1 0 (1) 100 V/m (2) 301 V/m

2. By applying a force F   3xy  5z  ˆj  4zkˆ a (3) 401 V/m (4) 501 V/m
particle is moved along the path y = x2 from 4. Consider two coherent point sources
point (0,0,0) to the point (2,4,0). The work (S1 and S2) separated by a small distance
done by the F on the particle is (all values along a vertical line and two screens P1 and
are in SI units) P2 placed as shown in Figure. Which one
y of the choices represents the shapes of the
(2,4,0) interference fringes at the central regions
on the screens?
y=x2
P2
(0,0,0) x S1
280 140 232 192 S2
(1) J (2) J (3) J (4) J
5 5 5 5
3. Two semicircular wires of radius 20 cm and P1
10 cm have a common centre at the
origin O as shown in the figure. Assume (1) Circular on P1 and straight lines on P2
that both the wires are uniformly charged (2) Circular on P1 and circular on P2
and have an equal charge of 0.70 nC each. (3) Straight lines on P1 and straight lines
The magnitude of electric field at the
on P2
common centre of curvature O of the
system is (4) Straight lines on P1 and circular on P2
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5. For an infinitely long wire with uniform 7. A spherical closed container with smooth
line-charge density, , along the z-axis, the inner wall contains a monoatomic ideal gas.
electric field at a point (a,b,0) away from If the collisions between the wall and the
ˆ ˆj and k̂ are unit vectors in atoms are elastic, then the Maxwell
the origin is ( i,
Cartesian-coordinate system.)  dn v 
speed-distribution function   for the
 dv 

(1)
2 0 a  b 2 2
 ˆi  ˆi  atoms is best represented by :


 
(2) 2 a2  b2 aiˆ  bjˆ dnv
0  (1) dv
 0 v
(3) î
2  0 a 2  b 2

 dnv
(4) k̂
(2) dv
2 2
2  0 a  b
6. A charged particle in a uniform magnetic 0 v

field B  B 0 kˆ starts moving from the origin

with velocity  
v = 3jˆ  2kˆ m/s. The dnv
trajectory of the particle and the time t at (3) dv
which it reaches 2 meters above the 0 v
ˆ ˆj and k̂ are unit vectors in
xy- plane are ( i,
Cartesian-coordinate system.)
(1) Helical path ; t = 1 s. dnv
(2) Helical path ; t = 2/3 s. (4) dv
(3) Circular path ; t = 1 s. 0 v
(4) Circular path ; t = 2/3 s.
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8. In the following RC circuit, the capacitor 9. In an R-L-C circuit v= 20 sin (314t + 5/6)
was charged in two different ways. and i = 10 sin (314 t + 2/3). The power
(i) The capacitor was first charged to 5V factor of the circuit is
by moving the toggle switch to position (1) 0.5 lag
P and then it was charged to 10V by (2) 0.866 lead
moving the toggle switch to position Q.
(3) 0.866 lag
(ii) The capacitor was directly charged to
(4) 1 lead
10V, by keeping the toggle switch at
10. A distant hot air balloon subtends 0.25° at
position Q.
the objective lens of an astronomical
Assuming the capacitor to be ideal, which
one of the following statement is correct? telescope. The image subtends 1.5°. The
objective and eye piece are in a 35 cm long
tube. Find the focal length of the eye piece
R
C lens.
(1) 10 cm (2) 3 cm
P 5V (3) 5 cm (4) 7 cm
11. A train passes through a station with a
10V constant speed. A stationary observer at
Q the station platform measures the tone of
the train whistle as 484 Hz when it
(1) The energy dissipation in cases (i) and approaches the station and 442 Hz when it
(ii) will be equal and non-zero. leaves the station. If the sound velocity in
(2) The energy dissipation for case (i) will air is 330 m/s, then the tone of the whistle
be more than that for case (ii). and the speed of the train are
(3) The energy dissipation for case (i) will
(1) 462 Hz, 54 km/h.
be less than that for case (ii).
(2) 463 Hz, 52 km/h.
(4) The energy will not be dissipated in
(3) 463 Hz, 56 km/h.
either case.
(4) 464 Hz, 52 km/h.

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12. The minimum length of a plane mirror to 14. In a mixture of gases, the average number
see the entire full-length image of an object of degree of freedom per molecule is 6. The
is half of the object's height. Suppose  is
rms speed of the molecules of the gas is C.
the distance between eye and top of the
head of a person of height h. The person The velocity of sound in the gas is
will be able to see his entire full-length
C 3C
image with a mirror of height h/2 fixed on (1) (2)
the wall 2 4
(1) when the bottom edge of mirror is kept
h/2 above the floor. 2C C
(3) (4)
(2) when the bottom edge of mirror is kept 3 3
(h+)/2 above the floor.
15. Equal masses of two liquids A and B
(3) when the bottom edge of mirror is kept
(h–)/2 above the floor. contained in vessels of negligible heat
(4) when the centre of the mirror is at the capacity are supplied heat at the same rate.
same height as centre of the person. The (temperature vs time) graphs for the
13. A particle travels in a medium along a two liquids are shown in figure. If S
horizontal linear path. The initial velocity
represents specific heat and L represents
of the particle is v0 and the viscous force
acting on it is proportional to its latent heat of liquid, then
instantaneous velocity. In the absence of
any other forces, which one of the following A

Temperature
figures correctly represents the velocity of B
the particle as a function of time?

v(t) v(t)
Time
(1) (2)
t t
(1) SA > SB ; LA < LB
(2) SA > SB ; LA > LB
v(t) v(t)
(3) (4) (3) SA < SB ; LA < LB
t t (4) SA < SB ; LA > LB
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16. A uniform solid wheel of mass M and 17. As shown, inside a cart that is accelerating
radius r is halted at a step of height h as horizontally at acceleration a there is a
block of mass M connected to two light
shown in the figure. The minimum force F,
springs of force constants k1 and k2. The
applied horizontally at the centre of the
block can move without friction
wheel, necessary to raise the wheel over
horizontally. Find the vibration frequency
this step is of the block.

F M
r k1 k2
m
h

h(2r  h)
(1) Mg
rh 1 k1  k 2
(1)
2 M
h(2r  h)
(2) Mg 1 k1  k 2
rh (2) a
2 M

h(r  h)
(3) Mg 1 k1k 2
rh (3) 2 (k  k )M
1 2

h(2r  h) 1 k1k 2
(4) Mg
rh (4) 2 (k  k )M  a
1 2

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18. A uniform cylinder of radius "a" originally a 4b2
had a weight of 80 N. After an off-axis 20. A physical quantity y  has four
(cd 4 )1/ 3
cylinder hole at 2a/3 distance was drilled variables a, b, c and d. The percentage error
through it as shown, it weighs 65 N. The
in a,b,c and d are 2% ,3%, 4% and 5%
axes of the two cylinders are parallel and
their centers are at the same height. A respectively. The error in y will be
force T is applied to the top of the cylinder (1) 6% (2) 11 %
horizontally. The value of the force should
be ____ in order to keep the cylinder is at (3) 12 % (4) 22%
rest. 21. A screw gauge has a screw having
T 2 threads in 1 mm. The circular scale has
50 divisions. Find the diameter of wire, if
the main scale shows 6th division and the
vernier reads 46.
(1) 1 N (2) 3 N (3) 5 N (4) 8 N (1) 6.46 mm
19. A small block slides down from rest at (2) 3.46 mm
point P1 on the surface of a smooth circular
cylinder, as shown. At P2 the particle falls (3) 6.54 mm
off the cylinder. The equation relating the (4) 3.04 mm
angles 1 and 2 is given by______ .
22. Particle A collides elastically (perfect) with
P1 another particle B which was at rest. They
P2
disperse in opposite directions with same
1 speeds. Ratio of their masses respectively
2 must be
(1) 1 : 2 (2) 1 : 3
3 2
(1) sin 1  sin 2 (2) sin 1  cos 2 (3) 1 : 4 (4) 2 : 3
2 3
(3) sin 1  cos 2 (4) cos 1  sin 2
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23. The half life period of a radioactive 26. Two coherent sources of light S1 and S2,
element X is the same as the mean lifetime equidistant from the origin, are separated
of another radioactive element Y. Initially by a distance 2 as shown. They emit light
both of them have the same number of of wavelength . Interference is observed
atoms. Then, on a screen placed along the circle of large
radius R. Point P is seen to be a point of
(1) X and Y have the same initial decay rate.
constructive interference. Then, angle 
(2) X and Y decay at the same rate always.
(other than 0° and 90°) is
(3) I ni t i al l y, Y w i l l decay at l ar ger r at e
t han X. Y
(4) I n i t i al l y, X w i l l decay at l ar ger r at e
t han Y.
R
24. A sodium atom emits a photon of 
X
wavelength 590 nm and recoils with S1 0 S2
velocity v equal to
(1) 0.029 m/s (2) 0.048 m/s
(3) 0.0023 m/s (4) data inadequate
25. A wire ab of length 10 cm is fixed in the (1) 45º
shape of a sinusoidal curve as shown. The (2) 30º
wire carries a current of 1.2 A. In a uniform (3) 60º
 (4) Not possible in the first quadrant
magnetic field B of 0.1 T, the wire
27. The impedance of the RL circuit given in
experiences a force whose magnitude is
the adjacent figure is expressed by the
relation Z2 = A2 + B2. Then the dimensions
Y
of AB are
1.2A
B
a (4cm, 0 cm) R
(0cm, 0 cm) b X E
L

(1) 1.2 × 10–2 N. (2) 4.8 × 10–3 N (1) [M1L2I–2T–3] (2) [M2L4I–4T–6]
(3) Zero (4) Insufficient data. (3) [M1L–1I–2T–3] (4) [M–1L–2I2T4]
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28. A thin ring has a radius R, density and 30. To demonstrate Bernoulli's principle, an
Young's modulus Y. The ring is rotated in instructor arranges two circular horizontal
its own plane about an axis passing through plates of radii b each with distance
its centre with angular velocity . Then the d (d << b) between them (see figure). The

small increase in its radius is upper plate has a hole of radius a in the
middle. On blowing air at a speed v 0
2 3
 R through the hole so that the flow rate of
(1) dR 
Y air is a 2 v0 , it is seen that the lower plate
does not fall. If the density of air is , the
32 R 3 upward force on the lower plate is well
(2) dR 
Y approximated by the formula (assume that
the region with r < a does not contribute
62 R 3 to the upward force and the speed of air at
(3) dR 
Y
the edges is negligible) (take a << b)

2 R 3
(4) dR  a
2Y

29. A dielectric slab is introduced between the


d
plates of a capacitor. If the charge on the
capacitor before the slab is introduced is q b

and the magnitude of the induced charge


on the dielectric surface is q', then v02a4  b 
ln  v02a 2 b2  b 
(1) (2) l n 
(1) q' < q (always) 4d 2 a 4d 2 a
(2) q' > q (always)
v02d 4  b  2v02a 4  b 
(3) q' = q (always) (3) ln  (4) l n 
d2 a d2 a
(4) q' = 0

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PART B - CHEMISTRY
31. 33. The compound having maximum covalent
character is :
Vapour Pressure

A (1) NaCl (2) CuCl


B (3) AgCl (4) CsCl
C
34. Which of the following is NOT an
Tf application of hydrogen bonding ?
Temperature(in K) (1) It creates infinite chains for HF2–1
Given: Tf = depression in freezing point (2) Dimerisation of CH3COOH in non-polar
Curves A, B and C given in above diagram solvents.
respectively are : (3) Low volatility of HF
(1) liquid solvent, liquid solution, frozen (4) Water has greater density than ice.
solution
(2) liquid solvent, liquid solution, frozen 35. An electrophile is most likely to attack at
solvent ........ position in given molecule :
(3) liquid solution, liquid solvent, frozen
solvent O
(4) liquid solution, liquid solvent, frozen
 ()
solution
32. Which of the following is incorrect about
Tyndall effect? () ()
(1) It is only observed when a homogenous
solution is placed in the path of light. (1)  
(2) The diameter of the dispersed particles   
is not much smaller than the
wavelength of the light used. 36. Which of the following reaction is not used
(3) The refractive indices of the dispersed to synthesize primary amine ?
phase and the dispersion medium differ (1) Gabriel phthalimide reaction
greatly in magnitude. (2) Hoffman bromamide reaction
(4) The colour of colloidal solution appears
in this effect depends on the Sn  HCl
(3) R- CN 
wavelength of light scattered by the
dispersed particles. (4) Carbyl amine reaction

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37. 11 moles of FeSO4 are treated with acidic 40. Which of the following is both polar and
KMnO4 solution containing its 1 mole and planar ?
resulting solution is further treated with (1) N2O4 (2) ClF3
acidic K 2 Cr 2O 7 solution as a result
(3) XeF4 (4) CH2F2
remaining FeSO4 is completely oxidised.
Find out minimum number of moles of 41. Which of the following statement is correct ?
K2Cr2O7 present in the solution (1) Terminal alkynes form silver mirror
when react with tollens reagent.
(1) 2 (2) 4 (3) 6 (4) 1
(2) Benzene can decolourize Bromine
38. Critical temperature of two real gases A water.
and B are TC(A) and TC(B) respectively
(3) Formic acid can reduce tollens reagent.
Given : TC(A) is greater than TC(B) (4) Carbyl amine test is used for primary
Which of the following statements is aliphatic amines only.
correct regarding these two gases ? 42. Which of the following is true about a
tetrapeptide ?
(1) 'A' can be more easily liquified than 'B'
(1) Contains 4 peptide linkages
(2) Critical pressure of 'A' will be more than
(2) On hydrolysis can produce 4 amino acid
'B' molecules.
(3) 'B' can be more easily liquified than 'A' (3) Contains 3 glycosidic linkages.
(4) Both (2) and (3) (4) On hydrolysis produces 4 monosaccharides.
43. If a current of 4.468A is passed for 6 hours
39. In which of the following sets all the species
between Nickel electrodes in 0.5L of 2M
are paramagnetic ? solution of Nickel nitrate. What will be the
(1) O2 , O22+, N22– molarity of nickel nitrate in solution at the
end of electrolysis ?
(2) B2 , C2, H2 Assuming volume of the solution remains
(3) O2–1 , O2+, O2 same after electrolysis
(1) 1.4M (2) 1.2M
(4) N2, O2+, F2+
(3) 2M (4) 1.5M
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44. The half-life of a radioisotope is four hours. 47. Which of the following is used as an
If the initial mass of the isotope was 200 g, antiseptic ?
the undecayed mass remaining after (1) Heroin
24 hours is : (2) Norethindrone
(1) 1.042 g (2) 2.084 g (3) Soframicine
(3) 3.125 g (4) 4.167g (4) Rahitidine
45. Complex Isomerism 48. Consider following reaction
(P) Na4[Fe(CN)5(NOS)] (1) Hydrate
(Q) K[Cr(H2O)2(C2O 4)2] (2) Ionisation CH2

(R) [Co(NH3)5Br]SO4 (3) Linkage


O3
(S) [Cr(H2O)6]Cl3 (4) Geometrical A + B
Zn-H2O
Tollens Tollens reagent
reagent
P Q R S Silver mirror Silver
not formed mirror
(1) 3 1 2 4
(2) 3 4 2 1
Compound A & B are organic compounds.
(3) 4 1 2 3
Which of the following is INCORRECT ?
(4) 4 3 2 1
46. Identify the correct order of wavelength (1) Compound A can undergo aldol
of light absorbed for the following complex condensation.
ions:
(2) Compound B can undergo cannizzaro
I. [Fe(H2O)6]3+ II. [Fe(NH3)6]3+ reaction.
III. [Fe(CN)6]3– IV. [FeF6]3–
(3) Compound A and B can be
(1) I > IV > III > II
differentiated by fehling solution.
(2) IV > I > III > II
(4) Compound A is obtained when CH3OH
(3) II > III > I > IV
reacts with pyridinium chloro
(4) IV > I > II > III
chromate.
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49. Calculate the pH at which Mg(OH)2 will 52. Which of the following reactions is redox?
just begin to precipitate from a 0.100M (1) XeF4 + BF3 

Mg(NO3)2 solution by addition of NaOH.
(2) XeF6 + H2O 

Given : Ksp of Mg(OH)2 = 1.0 × 10–11
(3) XeF4 + H2O 

(1) 5 (2) 9 (3) 6 (4) 8
(4) XeF4 + PF5 

50. A certain ionic compound is found in the
Spinel structure in nature, in which 53. Which of the following can not be used to
synthesize alkyne ?
O2– ions constitute CCP lattice, A ions
2+

Ag / 
occupy 1/8th of the tetrahedral voids and (1) 2CHI3   CH  CH
B3+ ions occupy 1/2 of the octahedral voids. Br2 / CCl4
(2) CH 2  CH 2   CH 2 Br  CH 2 Br
Find out total +ve charge contained in two
alco.KOH NaNH2
unit cells of given ionic structure. 
(1eq.)  
(1eq.)  HC  CH

(1) +8 electronic charge Na CH 3Br


(3) CH3  C  CH     CH3  C  C  CH3
(2) +12 electronic charge
OH
(3) +16 electronic charge 2PCl5 (i) alco. KOH
(4) +24 electronic charge (4) (ii) NaNH2
OH
51. Which reaction/step does not take place
during extraction of copper and its 54. Which of the following reaction proceed via
subsequent refining, from copper pyrite formation of carbanion ?
ore ? (ignore balancing) (1) SN1 (2) SN2
 (3) E2 (4) E1CB
(1) Cu2O + Cu2S   Cu + SO2 

55. If the work function of sodium metal
(2) FeO + SiO2   FeSiO3 surface is 2.3eV, then which of the

following metal surface has lower work
(3) Cu2O + C   Cu + CO function than sodium.

(4) Cu2S + O2   Cu2O + SO2  (1) Li (2) K (3) Mg (4) Ag

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56. A  2B C  2D 59. Which of the following is weakest base ?
(s) (g ) (g ) ()

NH
'  U' for A(s) is 80kcal/mol at 250K
||
temperature when the above reaction is (1) H 2 N  C  NH 2 (2) CH3 – NH2
carried out in a bomb calorimeter. Find out
'  H' for same reaction at same NH2

temperature.

(1) 74.3kcal/mol (3) CH3CH2–NH2 (4)

(2) 78.5kcal/mol
60. In which of the following reaction,
(3) 79.2kcal/mol reactants and products are not correctly
matched?
(4) 72.8kcal/mol
D
57. Which of the following transition metal CH3
(i) LiAlD 4
ions is strongest oxidising agents in (1) 
(ii) D2O

aqueous solution ? O OD
OH
(1) Mn3+ (2) V2+ Br
HBr
(2)
(3) Zn2+ (4) Cr3+ 

58. Which of the following compounds is not


hygroscopic ?
O3 (i) LiAlH4
(3) dihydroxy alcohol
(1) NaOH Zn-H2O (ii) H2O
(i) LiAlH
(2) Pure NaCl dihydroxy alcohol
(ii) H O
(3) MgCl2 OH
O O
H3O CHO
+ CHO
(4) CaCl2 (4)

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PART C - MATHEMATICS
61. The equations 2x2 + bx + (c + 1) = 0 where 66. Let a, b  R satisfy
b, c Q and x2 + 3x – 5 = 0 have a common
3 2 3 2
root, then the value of b – c is sin7 b = a  a  9a  9 + a  a  4a  4
(1) 9 (2) 11 (3) 13 (4) 17
62. The distance of point of intersection of the + sec22b + cos4b.
tangents to the parbola x = 4y – y2 drawn The number of ordered pairs (a, b) where
at the points where it is met by y-axis, from a, b  [0, 4] satisfying this equation,
its focus is is
11 17 13 (1) 0 (2) 2 (3) 3 (4) 4
(1) (2) (3) (4) 3
4 4 4
67. The equations of the tangents at the origin
63. Let a n be an arithmetic progression whose to the curve y2 = x2(1 + x + x2) is
sum of first n terms is Sn. If a1 = –1, a4 = 2a9,
(1) x = ± y (2) 2x = ± y
then the least possible value of Sn, is
(1) –6.5 (2) –6 (3) –7.5 (4) –7 (3) 3x = ± y (4) 2y = ± x
64. Number of real values of 'a' for which at a
1
least two of the straight lines given by 68. 1  e a2 2ax
dx , (a is a real constant) equals
0
2x – ay = 3, x + (a + a2)y = 1 and x – y = 1 are
parallel, is a a
(1) 3 (2) 4 (3) 2 (4) 0 (1) (2)
4 2
3x 8  4x13 (3) 2a (4) a + a2
65.  (1  2x5 )4 dx equals
69. Let t n be a sequence, t1 = 1, and  n  1,
9 6
x x 1
(1) C (2) C tn . If t 2019  , a  N,
3(1  2x 5 )3 3(1  2x 5 )5 t n 1 
1  n.t n 1  2019a
1 x then a is
(3) C (4) C
3(1  2x 5 )5 3(1  2x 5 )3 (1) 1004 (2) 1007
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70. If A and B are two points in first quadrant 72. If complex numbers z and w, satisfies
lying respectively on the lines z  2  2i  1 and Re(w)  –1 respectively,
y = 4x and y = 2x at a distance 4 from origin,
then the point where angle bisector of then minimum value of the expression
AOB meets AB, is z  w is
  1 1  4 4 
(1)  2   ,   1
  17 5  17 5 (1) 2 (2)
2
  1 1  8 8 
(2)  2   ,   (3) 3 (4) 4
  17 5  17 5
73. The number of ordered pairs (a, b) where
  1 1  8 4  a, b  I for which the straight lines in R3
(3)  2   ,  
  17 5  17 5
x y2 z x y3
given by   b ,
  z are
  1 1  8 4  a 2 82 a 3a
(4)  2   ,  
  17 5  17 5 perpendicular, is
 
71. Let a and b be two constant vectors and (1) 0 (2) 1

x be a variable vector satisfying the vector (3) 2 (4) 3
     
equation (a· x)a  a  x  b , then x (wherever
1/ x 2

exist) is 74. Let f(x) = cos2x ; g(x)  0 et dt . The value


  2  
a(a· b)  a (a  b)
(1) 4 of lim(f (x))g(x ) is
x 0
a
  2   (1) 1 (2) e
a(a· b)  a (a  b)
(2) 3 (3) e–1 (4) 0
a
  2  
a(a· b)  a (a  b) 1
(3) 75. lim(
The value of  2 ·sin    4 sin(   )) is
3 0 
a
  2   (1) –1 (2) 1
a(a· b)  a (a  b)
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76. A person has to catch a train. To catch train, 80. The area bounded by curves
from his home he can take a taxi or take
y  sin 1 (sin x) and y = sinx, between the
rickshaw or walk by foot with respective
1 1 1 lines x = 0 and x = 2 is
probabilities , , .
2 3 6 2 2 2
Probability of him catching train when he (1)  2
(2) (3) (4)
2 4 8
takes rickshaw from his home is half that
of when the takes the taxi and probability 81. The number of ways of arranging letters of
of catching the train when he walked by the word COMPUTER such that none of
1 the first three letters are C, O or M, is
foot is th that of when he takes rickshaw. (1) 7100 (2) 7000 (3) 7200 (4) 7120
4
He finally reached the train, the x 2 y2
probability he walked by his foot to catch 82. The ellipse   1 intersects positive
16 4
the train, is
x-axis and positive y-axis at A, B
1 2 7 13
(1) (2) (3) (4) respectively. The equation of tangent
33 33 33 33 parallel to AB, not passing through first
77. If the variance of the observations a1, a2,
quadrant, is
a 3,..... a n is x then the variance of the
observations, –2a1, –2a2, ......, –2an is (1) y + x + 2 2 = 0
(1) x (2) –x (3) –4x (4) 4x (2) 2y + x + 4 2 = 0
4
78. The coefficient of x appearing in the
(3) y + x – 2 2 = 0
expansion of
(1 + x2)10 (1 – x)6 (1 + x3)8 (1 + x)6 is (4) 2y + x – 4 2 = 0
(1) –10 (2) 60 (3) 45 (4) 0 83. If f(x) is a non constant polynomial function
79. Let p, q, r be three mathematical f : R  R such that
statements. The statement (  p  q)  r is
d
equivalent to 7 (xf(x))  3f (x)  4f (x  1),
dx
(1) (  p  q)  (q  r)
(2) (  p  r)  (  q  r) f(–1) + f(0) = 2, then number of such
functions is
(3) (  p  r)  (q  r)
(1) 0 (2) 1 (3) 2 (4) 3
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84. Solution of the differential equation 88. A flagstaff AB 4 m high is placed on a
dy 2x  y  1 vertical tower. The angle of elevation from
 is
dx x  y  2 foot of the flagstaff B at two points D, E on
(1) xy – y2 = 2y + C the ground on the level of foot of the tower
(2) xy + y2 + 2y = 3x2 + C are '  ' and 60° respectively with 4m and
(3) xy + y2 = 2y + 3x2 + C
2 3 m as the respective distances of these
y2
(4) xy + + 2y = x2 + x + C points from the foot of tower. The angle
2
subtended by the flagstaff at point D is
(Where C is an arbitrary constant)
85. Which of the following functions is a 1 2 1 2
continuous but non differentiable function (1) tan (2) tan
19 9
in its domain ?
(1) f(x) = max(sinx, 1) 1 19 1 4
(2) f(x) = sinx + cosx (3) tan (4) tan
2 19
(3) f(x) = sin(sin x)
89. If f(x) be a polynomial function such that
(4) f(x) = log x  1  x
f(0) = –1, f(1) = 1, f(2) = –2, f(3) = –2, then
86. If mean and mode in a frequency
minimum number of roots of the equation
distribution are 6 and 3 respectively then
3
their median approximately, is  f '(x)   2f(x)·f '(x)·f "(x)  0 in (0, 3) is
(1) 5 (2) 6.9 (3) 2.8 (4) 4
87. The negation of following statement : (1) 0 (2) 2 (3) 4 (4) 3
2
" If 7 is a perfect square then 2 + 2 = 5 and 90. If the complex number A = z – z is purely
6 > 7 " is imaginary, the locus of z is (z  set of
(1) 7 is a perfect square and 2 + 2  5 or 6 < 7 complex numbers)
(2) 7 is a perfect square and 2 + 2  5 or 6  7 (1) a circle
(3) 7 is not a perfect square or 2 + 2  5 and
(2) a parabola
67
(4) 7 is not a perfect square and 2 + 2  5 (3) an ellipse
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