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Date: 17-12-2017 | Duration : 3 Hours | Max. Marks: 240

## COURSE : VIJETA (02JP)

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PART : I MATHEMATICS

MATHEMATICS
SECTION – 1 : (Maximum Marks : 60)

##  This section contains FIFTEEN questions

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 x
1. 
 (5  1  t )dt if x  2
Let f(x) =  0 then the function is
 5x  1, if x  2
(A) continuous at x = 2 (B) differentiable at x = 2
(C) discontinuous at x = 2 (D) not differentiable at x = 2

x 1 y 1
2. The coordinates of a point on the line   z at a distance 4 14 from the point (1, –1, 0)
2 3
are
(A)  9,  13, 4  
(B) 8 14  1,  12 14  1, 4 14 
(C)  7, 11,  4  (D)  8 14  1, 12 14  1,  4 14 

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3. For any complex number w = a + bi, where a, b  R and i  1 . If w  cos 40  isin 40 , then

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| w  2w 2  3w 3  ....  9w 9 |–1 equals
1 2
(A) ( sin 40 )sec(20º) (B) sin20
9 9
1 9
(C) cos 40 (D) cos ec 20
9 2

4. If locus of z is a curve satisfying | z  (3  2i) |  Re ( z ) and z1 & z2 are two point on the curve such
 z  (3  2i) 
that arg  1    then
 z 2  (3  2i) 
(A) locus of z is a parabola
(B) locus of z is an ellipse
 z  2i  
(C) arg  1   for all z1, z2 satisfying given condition
 z 2  2i  2
z  
(D) arg  1   for all z1, z2 satisfying given condition
 z2  2

5. Let point P moves in first quadrant while satisfying (given O : (0,0), A : (4, 4 3 ) and B : (4,0))
(1) It is closer to x - axis than to line OA, and
(2) It is closer to origin than to point B,
Then area of the region in which point P can move is greater than or equal to .
2  10
(A) (B) 3 (C) (D) 1
3 4 9

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/2 /2 /2
6. Given I   cos(sin x)dx, J  sin(cos x)dx, K   cos xdx, then which of the following is wrong

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0 0 0

(A) I > K > J (B) I > J > K (C) K > I > J (D) K > J > I

 /2

##  sin  x  dx then which of the following

n
7. Let In = statement (s) is (are) true.
0

 3 
(A) I2  (B) I4  (C) I1  1 (D) I3 
4 16 3

8. Ten passengers get into an elevator on the ground floor which stops at 20- different floors above
ground floor then the probability that they will all get out at different floors is

## 20! 1.3.5...17.19 19! 10!

(A) (B) (C) (D)
10!  20  10!  20  10 
10 9 20
1010

## 9. Solution to the equation 3x  tan1(tan x)   for x  0, 2 may contain  

(A) (0,  / 2) (B) (  / 2, ) (C) ( , 3 / 2) (D) (3 / 2, 2)

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alog e (2  x )  bx 2n log e (4  x )
10. Let f(x)  lim where a, b  R, ab ≠ 0. Then

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n  a  bx 2n 1
(A) lim f(x) exists (B) lim f(x) does not exist
x 1 x 1

(C) lim f(x) exists (D) lim f(x) does not exist
x 1 x 1

11. Let g(x) be a differentiable function for all x, and f(x) = f() + (x – ).g(x)  x  R. Then
(A) f(x) is necessarily continuous at x = .
(B) f(x) is necessarily differentiable at x = .
(C) f(x) is necessarily continuous at all x  R – {}
(D) f '( )  g( )

## 12. A fair coin is tossed n times. Then

1
(A) the probability of getting tails an odd number of times is when n is odd.
2
1
(B) the probability of getting tails an odd number of times is when n is even.
2
(C) the probability of getting at least one tail is more than 0.99 for n = 7.
(D) the probability of getting at least one tail is more than 0.99 for n = 8.

 4n 
13.  tan
n 1
1
 n4  5  
 
 –1 3 –1 –1  –1
(A) + tan 2 (B) –tan 2 (C) tan 3 (D) + cot 2
4 4 4

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Let f : [a, b]  R be a function such that for c  (a, b), f (c) = f (c) = f (c) = f (c) = f (c) = 0, then
i ii iii iv v

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14.
n
(f (c) represents nth derivative of f(x))

## 15. Which of the following is/are correct

(A) The number of skew symmetric 3×3 matrices than can be formed using elements –1, 0, 1 and 2 is 27

(B) The number of skew symmetric 3×3 matrices than can be formed using elements –1, 0, 1 and 2 is 64
3
(C) The number of symmetric 3×3 matrices than can be formed using elements –1, 0, 1 and 2 is (12)

(D) The number of either symmetric or skew symmetric 3 x 3 matrices than can be formed using

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## SECTION – 2 : (Maximum Marks : 20)

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 This section contains FIVE questions
 The answer to each question is a SINGLE DIGIT INTEGER ranging from 0 to 9, both inclusive
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 
Let f(x)  x sin x be an invertible function in 0,  . If area bounded by y = f (x) and y = f(x) in
–1
16.
 2
  
0, 2  is k then value of [6k] will be ({ } represents GIF)
 
2n
 2n
1 
 r  
r 
17. If lim
r 1  r 1
 , then =
n  n
3
4 r
r 1

 3x 2  7x  8 
18. The domain of definition of the function, f (x) = cos1   where [.] denotes the greatest
 x2  1 
integer function, is (a, b). Then a + b =

19. Let (h, k) be a point with integral co-ordinates from which two tangents drawn to the hyperbola
x2 y2
  1 are perpendicular, then the number of distinct values of (h + k) is
7 3
1
20. The solution of the differential equation (x  1)dy  ydx  x(x  1)y 3 dx is given by
2 2
 1 2
y 3  A(x  1) 3
 (x  1)2  (x  1), then the value of  should be
4 

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PART - II : PHYSICS

PHYSICS
SECTION – 1 : (Maximum Marks : 60)
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21. Two series resonant circuits with component values L1, C1 and L2, C2 respectively have the same
resonant frequency. They are then connected in series ; the resonant frequency of the combination
is :
1 1
(A) (B)
2 L1C1 2 L 2 C2
1 1
(C) (D)
2 L1  L2  C1  C2  2 L1C2

22. A non-relativistic particle of mass m is held in a circular orbit around the origin by an attractive
kr 2
force. The potential energy of the force is given by U(r) = .
2
Assuming the Bohr quantization of the angular momentum of the particle select correct
alternatives.
1/2 1/2 1/2
 n   k   n   k  k k
(A) v 2      (B) r      (C) En  n   (D) En  n  
 m  m   k  m  m m

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23. Two half convex lenses of focal lengths f1 = 16 cm and f2 = 21 cm respectively are placed such

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that their principal axes coincide. Both the lenses form image of a real point object O on a fixed
screen as shown. The distance between object and screen is 100 cm. Then pick up the correct
statement(s)
f1=16cm
fixed screen
lens1
O
principal axis
lens2
f2=21cm
(A) The distance of lens1 from object O can be 20 cm
(B) The distance of lens 1 from object O can be 80 cm
(C) The distance of lens 2 from object O can be 30 cm
(D) The distance of lens 2 from object O can be 70 cm

24. A positive charge q is placed inside a neutral hollow conducting sphere of radius R, as shown in
figure. Whole system is placed in uniform external vertical electric field pointing downward
(line PCQ is also vertical) then select the correct statement(s) about electric field at point P. Point
P is a point of the material inside the conductor.
E
P

C
R/2
Q
q

## (A) Electric field due to outer surface of sphere

Space at point
for Rough WorkP is zero
q
(B) Magnitude of electric field due to inner surface of sphere at point P is
9 0 R2
(C) Magnitude of electric field at point P, due to hollow sphere is less than E
(D) Direction of resultant electric field at point P due to charge q and hollow sphere is vertically
upward

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25. The range of voltage of a meter used as a voltmeter can be changed to n times its original value

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with the help of a 27 multiplier. Using the same meter as an ammeter, its range of current can be
changed to n times its original value using a 3 shunt. The power dissipated by the moving-coil of
–4
the meter when giving a full-scale reading is 9 × 10 W. Select the correct statement(s).
(A) The resistance of the coil is 9 
(B) The resistance of the coil is 81 
(C) The full deflection current is 9 mA
(D) The full deflection current is 10 mA

26. A tightly-wound rigid solenoid coil has been partly inserted into another. They are connected to a
constant current source so that the same current I flows through them ; both generate a magnetic
field in the same direction. The solenoids have N turns both, their length is , their cross-sectional
2
areas are A1 and A2. It may be assumed that A1, A2 <  . The centers of the coils are at a distance
2 2
x <  along their common axis [A1, A2 << (x – ) , x ].
0  2N2
(A) Total energy of the magnetic field in the system is [A1  A 2  3  2x ]
22
 A N2 
(B) The electromotive forces generated in the inner coils is 0 22

 A N2 
(C) The electromotive forces generated in the outer coils is 0 22

(D) The electromotive forces generated in the outer coils is zero

## 27. When no current is passed through a conductor

(A) the free electrons do not move
(B) the average speed of a free electron over a large period of time is zero
(C) the average velocity of a free electron over a large period of time is zero
(D) the average of the velocities of all the free electrons at an instant is zero

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28. In the given circuit all ammeters are ideal. Then choose correct statement.
10V

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A4

A3 A5

8V
5V
A1

A2
10V
(C) Reading of A1 is 5 amp

29. Two capacitors of capacitance 1 µF and 2 µF are separately charged by a common battery. The
two capacitors start discharging through equal resistances separately at t = 0.
(A) The current in each of the two discharging circuit is zero at t = 0
(B) The currents in the two discharging circuits at t = 0 are equal but not zero
(C) The currents in two discharging circuits are equal at all times
(D) Capacitor of 1 µF capacity loses 50% of its charge earlier than capacitor of capacity 2 µF

30. The radii of a spherical capacitor are equal to a and b (b > a). The space between them is filled
with a dielectric of dielectric constant K and resistivity . At t = 0, the inner electrode is given a
charge q0. Choose the correct option(s) :
t

(A) Charge q on the inner electrode as a function of time is given by q  q0 e K0
(B) In a short time, the charge on the inner electrode will become zero
(C) After a long time, the charge on the outer sphere will become q0
(D) The total amount of heat generated during the spreading of charge will be given by
2
 1 1 q
H   0
 a b  80 Space for Rough Work

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31. A small current element of length ‘ d’ and carrying current is placed at (1, 1, 0) and is carrying

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 
current in ‘ + z ’ direction. If magnetic field at origin be B1 and at point (2, 2, 0) be B2 then :
       
(A) | B1 |  |B2 | (B) B1   B2 (C) | B1 |  | 2B2 | (D) B1   2B2

32. A charged particle is projected in magnetic field B = 10 k̂ from origin in x-y plane. The particle moves in a
circle and just touches a line y = 5 m at x = 5 3 m. Then (mass of particle = 5 × 10–5 kg, charge = 1µc) -
(A) The particle is projected at an angle 60° with x-axis
(B) The radius of circle is 10 m
(C) speed of particle is 2m/s
(D) workdone by magnetic force on the particle is zero.

33. A neutron beam, in which each neutron has same kinetic energy, is passed through a sample of
hydrogen like gas (but not hydrogen) in ground state and at rest. Due to collision of neutrons with
the ions of the gas, ions are excited and then they emit photons. Six spectral lines are obtained in
which one of the lines is of wavelength (6200/51) nm. The mass of neutron and proton can be
assumed to be nearly same. Use hc = 12400 eVÅ.
(A) The gas is helium
(B) This gas is lithium
(C) minimum possible value of kinetic energy of the neutrons for this to be possible is 63.75 eV
(D) minimum possible value of kinetic energy of the neutrons for this to be possible is 12.75 eV

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34. In a decay process A decays to B,

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A B
Two graphs of number of nucli of A and B versus time is given then :

## (A) t2 – t1 = 4 (B) t2 – t1 = 2 (C) t1 = 2 log25 (D) t2 = log2100

35. Graph shows variation of source emf V and current i in a series RLC circuit, with time.
V/i
V
i
t

## (A) The current leads the emf in the circuit.

(B) The circuit is more inductive than capacitive.
(C) To increase the rate at which energy is transferred to the resistive load, L should be decreased.
(D) To increase the rate at which energy is transferred to the resistive load, L should be increased.

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## SECTION – 2 : (Maximum Marks : 20)

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 This section contains FIVE questions
 The answer to each question is a SINGLE DIGIT INTEGER ranging from 0 to 9, both inclusive
 For each question, darken the bubble corresponding to the correct integer in the ORS
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36. A parallel beam of light falls on a quarter cylinder of radius 9 cm, as shown in figure (A). Refractive
index of the material of the cylinder is 3 . Maximum value of OP (in cm ), as shown in figure (B),
so that rays don’t suffer TIR at the curved surface is (consider refractive index of surrounding
medium equal to 1)

600
O P
O

(A) (B)

37. Light of wavelength 6000Å falls normally on a thin wedge shape film of refractive index 1.5, fringes
–4
that are 2mm apart. The angle of the wedge is nearly P × 10 rad. Find the value of P.

38. The K line has a wavelength  for an element with atomic number Z = 19. The atomic number of
an element with has wavelength /4 for the K line is 10P + Q. Find the value of Q – P ?

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39. The electric field in a region is radially outwards with magnitude E = r/. In a sphere of radius R

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5
centered at the origin, calculate the value of charge in coulombs if   V/m2 and

1/ 3
 3 
R  m.
 10 

40. In the L–C circuit, the capacitor C1 is charged to a potential of 1 volt, and the capacitor C2 and the

1.5 
inductor were initially uncharged. Now switch S1 is closed at t = 0, and at t = sec. switch S2 is
100

0.5 
closed and S1 is opened. After sec. , S2 is also opened. Find final potential difference across
100

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PART - III : CHEMISTRY
Atomic masses : [H = 1, D = 2, Li = 7, C = 12, N = 14, O = 16, F = 19, Na = 23, Mg = 24, Al = 27, Si = 28,

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P = 31, S = 32, Cl = 35.5, K = 39, Ca = 40, Cr = 52, Mn = 55, Fe = 56, Cu = 63.5, Zn = 65, As = 75,
Br = 80, Ag = 108, I = 127, Ba = 137, Hg = 200, Pb = 207]

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## 41. For the endothermic reaction

3A(g) B(g) + C(g)

## select the option(s) by which equilibrium concentration of A(g) can be increased ?

(A) Decreasing the temperature
(B) Increasing the volume of the container
(C) Decreasing the volume of the container

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42. Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct ?
(A) Diamond have dangling bonds

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(B) Fullerenes are cage-like molecules.
(C) Graphite is thermodynamically most stable allotrope of carbon.
(D) Graphite is slippery and therefore is used as dry lubricant in machines.

43. Which of the following is/are correctly matched for given species ?

(A) XeO3 : Three (p-d) bonds (B) H2SO3 : One (p-d) bonds

(C) SO3 : Three (p-d) bonds (D) HClO3 : Two (p-d) bonds

44. At Boyle’s temperature, the graph of Z v/s P is drawn for H2. Select incorrect graph(s) :

(A) (B)

(C) (D)

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45. An amount of 20g potassium sulphate was dissolved in 150 cm of water. The solution was then
electrolysed. After electrolysis the content of potassium sulphate in the solution was 15% by mass.

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–3
Determine volume of the gases obtained at NTP ? ( dH2O = 1 g cm )
(A) 45.6 L H2 gas (B) 22.8L O2 gas
(C) 42 L H2 gas (D) None of these

46. Titanium metal is extensively used in aerospace industry because the metal imparts strength to
structures but does not unduly add to their masses. The metal is produced by the reduction of
TiCl4() which in turn is produced from mineral rutile TiO2(s). The following reaction for production

## of TiCl4() be carried out at 25ºC: TiO2(s) + 2Cl2(g)  TiCl4()+O2(g)

Given that  Hºf for TiO2(s), TiCl4(), Cl2(g) and O2(g) is –944.7, –804.2, 0.0, 0.0 KJ mol . Sº for
–1

–1 –1
TiO2 (s), TiCl4 (), Cl2 (g) and O2(g) is 50.3, 252.3, 233.0, 205.1 Jmol K respectively. Select

correct option(s) :
(A) Hrº  0

(B) Srº  0

(C) Grº  0
(D) Reaction is not possible under standard conditions

## 47. A buffer solution can be prepared by mixing solution of :

(A) Potassium chloride and Potassium hydroxide.
(B) Ammonium hydroxide and Ammonium chloride.
(C) Acetic acid and Sodium acteate.
(D) Boric acid and borax.

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48. Sodium thiosulphate is prepared by ?
(A) Boiling Na2SO3 solution with S in acidic medium.

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(B) Boiling NaOH solution with S.
(C) Neutralising H2SO3 solution with NaOH.
(D) Boiling Na2SO3 with S in absence of air.

## 49. Choose the correct statement(s) from the following :

(A) Beryllium is not readily attacked by acids because of the presence of an oxide film on the
surface of the metal.
2+
(B) Beryllium sulphate is readily soluble in water as the greater hydration enthalpy of Be
overcomes the lattice enthalpy factor.
(C) Beryllium exhibits Co-ordination number more than four.
(D) Beryllium oxides is purely acidic in nature.

50. In a cubic unit cell, atoms A are present at all corner, B atoms are present at non-adjacent face
center and also at edge centers which are not common to the faces containing B atoms at the
centres. C atoms are present at body centre & remaining face centers. The formula of given solid
cannot be:
(A) AB2C3 (B) AB2C2
(C) ABC (D) AB2C

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CH4 COOH

## (A) Br2/h(1eq.) , MgCl , Br2/h(1eq.), HCOOH

(B) Br2/h(1eq.) , MgCl , Br2/h(1eq.), Mg/dry ether, CO2/H3O

(C) Cl2/h(1eq.) , MgCl , Br2/h(1eq.), KCN/H3O

## (D) Cl2/h(1eq.),CH3–MgBr, Br2/h(1eq.), CH3–COOH

52. Observe the following reaction & choose the correct option/s :

X KOH OK
Y+Z HO
O
(formed from Z)

(A) X is KMnO4/H 
(B) Y is
O
CH=O
(C) Z is (D) X is O3/Zn–H2O
CH=O

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O

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(1) CH3–C–Cl/AlCl3 NBS/ NaOH MnO2/
X Y Z W
(2) Zn-Hg/HCl

## Choose the correct options

(A) W gives +ve test with 2,4-DNP (B) W gives +ve test with tollens reagent
(C) W gives iodoform with I2/NaOH (D) W is acetophenone

## 54. In which of the following reaction's, carbocation is involved as intermediate

Na,dry acetone
(A) H/H2O (B)
O—
Cl
HBr(1eq.) HCl/Peroxide
(C) (D)

55. The structures of the compound that gives a tribromo derivative on treatement with bromine water
is/are:
CH3 CH3 SO3H COOH
OH
(A) (B) (C) (D)
OH
OH OH

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## SECTION – 2 : (Maximum Marks : 20)

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 This section contains FIVE questions
 The answer to each question is a SINGLE DIGIT INTEGER ranging from 0 to 9, both inclusive
 For each question, darken the bubble corresponding to the correct integer in the ORS
 Marking scheme :
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0 If none of the bubbles is darkened
–1 In all other cases

h
56. Orbital angular momentum of an electron is 3 , then the number of possible orientations of this

## orbital in space is:

3
57. How many of the following underlined element are sp hybridized.
+2 +2
[Cu(NH3)4] , PCl3 , BCl3 , [Pt(en)2] , [Ni(CO)4], CS2 ,

## SO24 , SnCl2 SnCl4 , HgCl2 , ClO4 , C2H4 , CH3 , CH3 ,

2
NH4 , CF3 , NO3 , ClO3 , PH3 , Ni  CN4  , PCl5 ,

CH2O , SF6 , Cl2 CO , 3 , H2 S

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58. When pyrolusite is heated with KOH in presence of air, a green colored compound results. What is

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the oxidation number of Mn in this compound ?

## 59. Observe the following reaction

(1) CH3–CH=CH2/H
Major product
(2) KMnO4/
CH3O
(3) H

OH

NH2

CH=CH–CH3

## (Q) Number of geometrical isomers in Q = y

CH=CH–CH3

y
The value of is :
x

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One or 0
If only the bubble(s) –2
More If none of
1 15 corresponding to all – In all other 60
Correct the bubbles
the correct option(s) cases
Option(s) is darkened
is(are) darkened

+4
If only the bubbles 0 –1
Single digit
2 5 corresponding to the – if not In all other 20
Integer (0-9)
darkened

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