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Test - 4 (Code-C) (Answers) All India Aakash Test Series for JEE (Main)-2021

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TEST-4 - Code-C
Test Date : 05/01/2020

PHYSICS CHEMISTRY MATHEMATICS
1. (1) 26. (3) 51. (2)

25. (12) 50. (75) 75. (08)

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HINTS & SOLUTIONS

PART - A (PHYSICS)
Hint: Apply principle of superposition
M
Hint: Resolve force and acceleration along and Sol.: Mass of cavity =
perpendicular to incline. 27

Sol.: E = E1 + E2

E1 = 0

M
G 
E2 =  272 = −
GM ˆ
i
 2R  12R 2
mg cos   
tan  =  3 
g cos 
 = tan–1()
Hint: Compressive forces in the rod will be
2. Answer (1) equal and will balance the gravitational
Hint: For external point, shell can be force.
considered as point mass placed at Sol.:
centre.
Sol.:

Gdx
dE =
x2
Gm2
GM 3R dx 0 =
E=  Al 2
R 2R x 2
3 Gm 2
E=
GM 21 cos30 =
6R 2 Al 2

GM 2 1 = 0
F=
Hint:
Hint: T2  r3
(1 + 2)t = 2
Sol.: T1 = T0 Angular velocity of both the stars is
same.
T2 = 8T0
2
 2 2   3d  3Gm
Sol.: m2  =
 T + 8T  t = 2  4  d2
 0 0 

Gm
9
t =1 =2
8T0 d3

8T0 Gm
t= v =2
9 d

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7. Answer (4) v  r for 0 < r < R

Hint: Write down the expression for v2 k
gravitational field. = 2 for r  R
r r
 x  v2r = constant
 M +  4( x dx ) 
2

Sol.: E =G a  10. Answer (2)

 x2 
Hint: Consider disc to be consist of concentric
 4 2 2  circular rings.
M + 2 (x − a )
=G 
 x2  Sol.: dv = −G
dm
x
G
E = G 2 + [M − 2a2 ] M
x2 dm = 2xdx
R 2
M = 2a2
2GM R
M
dv = −  dx
= R2 0
2a2
2GM
R
Hint:
Hint: Angular momentum and energy will
remain conserved.

Sol.: For same strain 1 GMm 1 GMm

mv 02 − = mv 2 −
2 4R 2 r
T1 = 2T2
v 02 GM GM
T1 =
4mg − = 2v 02 −
2 4R R
3

2mg 3GM 3v 02
T2 = =
3 4R 2

2mg l l  v0 =
GM
 = mg  − x 
3 2 2  2R

l l  2GM
=  − x v=
3 2  R

x=
6
Hint: Particle should be able to reach the point
9. Answer (3) of highest potential.

mv 2 GM 4GM
Hint: = F (r ) Sol.: =
r x 2
(6R − x )2

mv 2 kr 2x = (6R – x)
Sol.: = 2
r r x = 2R
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1 GMm 4GMm GMm 4GMm 15. Answer (1)

mv02 − − =− −
2 R 5R 2R 4R
Hint: v  ( – )x2
1
mv 02 = −
3GMm 9GMm
+ Sol.: v  ( – )x2
2 2R 5R
(m − m)
 v
3GM x
v 02 =
1
3GM
v0 = Hint: Total volume will be constant r = 2 3 R
5R
Sol.: r3 = 2R3
1

a r = 23 R
Hint: tan  =
g v T  r2

Hint: FD  v

Sol.: FD  v
fD = ma
a
x= So, net acceleration is
3
2
a− x  ma − fD = ma
tan  =   3
 a 
a
a =
2g 3
a0 =

2T Sol.: Spherical
Hint: i = 0 +

4 3 Hint: Let h be the length of liquid column

Sol.: r = 4R 2d
3 h 1
g   ah = gh(a2 )
1
2 3
r = (3R 2
d) 3
Sol.:

 2T 
  R
Ratio =  r = 
 4T   2r 
 R 
h 1
g   ah = (gh)a2
1 2 3
R  R 3
= =  2a
2
1
 24d  h=
2(3R d )3 3

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Hint: 1gh1 = 2gh2 Hint: Find tension in the rod as a function of x.

Sol.: Sol.:

Mgx
T (x) =
h1(0.8)g = 50 × 1 × g L

25  5 1 l T 2(x)
h1 = = 62.50 cm U( x ) =
4 
2 l A2Y
2
(h1 – h) = 12.50 cm

21. Answer (54) M 2g 2 l

U( x ) = x
2
dx
2L2 AY l
Hint: T2  r3 2

2dT 3dr
Sol.: = M 2 g 2 1  7l 3 
T r =   
2 AL2Y 3  8 
3  0.01
dT =  60
2 7M 2g 2L
U( x ) =
48 AY
dT = 0.90 minutes

22. Answer (04) Hint: Tension will be maximum at interface.

2T cos  M M 
Hint: h= Sol.:  L xg − T = L xa  (L − x )
r g

2T cos  M
Sol.: h= −Tx = (L − x )ax
r g −L

 MgH  M
U =  −T (L − x ) − x  = gx(L − x )
 2  L
More over liquid will not overflow Mg
T (x) = x (L − x )

Hint: mg – T = ma
PART - B (CHEMISTRY)
T = 2ma
g
Sol.: a= 
Hint : Mg(HCO3 )2 ⎯⎯→ Mg(OH)2  +2CO2 
3

T =
2mg Ca(HCO3 )2 ⎯⎯ → CaCO3  +CO2 + H2O
3
Sol. : 1 mmole of mg(OH)2 = 0.058 g
2mgl
l = 1 mmole of CaCO3 = 0.1 g
3AY
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potassium.

Hint : BaO2.8H2O + H2SO4 → BaSO4 + H2O2 +

Sol. : PbO on reaction with H2SO4 does not Hint : Number of moles of H+ = number of mole
give H2O2 of OH–

29. Answer (3) Sol. : Let the mass of Ca(OH)2 in the mixture is
xg
Hint :
x 1.3 − x
 2 + = 0.015  2
74 56

x = 0.74 g

0.74
Composition of Ca(OH)2 by mass =  100
1.3

 57%
Sol. : x is POP n = 1.5
y is dead burnt plaster m=2 Hint : Solubility order is decided by the
30. Answer (2) hydration energy and lattice energy.

Sol. : Solubility of sulphates of alkaline earth

Hint :
metals decreases down the group.

Hint & Sol. :

Sol. : To find the empirical formula first pick up
repeating part.

When Na2CO3  10H2O is heated at

375 K, a monohydrate is formed.
B2H6 is a dimer of BH3 and in B3N3H6
each N atom is forming only 3 bond. 36. Answer (2)

31. Answer (2) Hint & Sol. :

Hint : Because of the presence of vacant Be and Mg do not impart any colour to
d-orbital on Si, it is most easily the Bunsen flame. Ca and Ba impart
hydrolysed. characteristic colour to the Bunsen flame.

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Hint : Solution is deep blue in colour, Hint : Bond dissociation energy depends upon
paramagnetic due to the presence of free the bond strength.
electrons.
Sol. : Order for bond strength is T2 > D2 > H2
Sol. : Hexa ammoniates are formed. ( same order is observed for bond

Sol. : In solid sate BeCl2 exist in polymeric Hint :

form. In dimeric form of BeCl2,
hybridisation of Be is sp2.
Hint & Sol. : Sol. : meq. of H2O2 in 25 ml = meq. of I2
Borax is Na2[B4O5(OH)4]  8H2O produced

40. Answer (2) = meq of Na2S2O3

2  MH2O2  25 = 0.3  20
Hint :
0.3  20
MH2O2 =
Sol. : No change in hybridisation of nitrogen. 25  2
But hybridisation of Boron changes from 0.3  20
Strength in g / L =  34
sp2 to sp3. 25  2
41. Answer (2) = 4.08 g / L
Hint : y > x
>
− − −
Hint : BrO3 + 5Br + 3H2O → 3Br2 + 6OH
Sol. : Dimer of AlCl3 has no 3c – 2e– bonds.
(balanced equation)

mmoles of BrO3 = 10 mmole
Hint : Given reaction is an example of
intramolecular reaction. mmoles of Br– = 37.5 mmole
Sol. : n-factor for the given reactant is 6  Br– is limiting reagent
molar mass 3
 Equivalent weight = Sol. : mmole of Br2 = 37.5
6 5
Hint : High positive charge density cause the 48. Answer (16)
formation of hydrate.
Hint : Structure of Br3O8 is
Sol. : Mg2+ has most positive charge density.
Hint & Sol. :
Among Group 13 elements, boron has
the maximum ionization energy. Sol. : Sum of oxidation state is 16

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49. Answer (03) Let OABC is the rhombus, whose

Hint : Apply the concept of equivalence. diagonal intersect at P

Sol. : N1V1 = N2V2 AP

In OAP tan30 =  AP = 1
3
(Ce) = (Sn)
1
n1 × 0.5 × 40 = 2 × 0.5 × 20 Area of rhombus = (d1  d2 )
2
n1 = 1
1
50. Answer (75) = (2 3  2) = 2 3 sq. units
2
 1 1 1
Hint : LiNO3 ⎯⎯ → Li2O + NO2 + O2 53. Answer (3)
2 2 4
Hint: Find the fixed point in terms of a.
 1
NaNO3 ⎯⎯→NaNO2 + O2  1 
2 Sol.: Let a point on given line as  h, − h 
 a 
Sol. : O2 is paramagnetic and common in both
the cases. 1 
Chord of contact : 9 xh + 4y  − h  = 1
a 
PART - C (MATHEMATICS)
 4y 
 h(9 x − 4y ) +  − 1 = 0
51. Answer (2)  a 
Hint: OA  OA = OB  OB a a
This line always passes through  , 
x y 9 4
Sol.: L1 : + = 1  OA = 4 and OB = 3
4 3 2 2
a a
Now, 9  + 4   1
x y 1 1 9 4
L2 : + = 1  OA = and OB =
1 1 2 k 36
2 k  a2 
13
 AA and BB are two chords of circle  a = ±1
intersecting each other at O, then 54. Answer (4)
OA  OA = OB  OB Hint: Given circles touches each other.

 4
1
= 3
1 Sol.: dc1c2 = (2 − 5)2 + (2 − 5)2 = 3 2
2 k
r1 = 4 + 4 − 6 = 2
3
k=
2 and r2 = 25 + 25 − 42 = 2 2
52. Answer (1) dc1c2 = r1 + r2  3 common tangents

Hint: Length of other diagonal will be 2 units.
Sol.:
Hint: The required locus is radical axis of two
circles.
Sol.: Locus of centre of the required circle will
be the radical axis of two given circles.
S – S = 0
 12x – 16y – 48 = 0
 3x – 4y = 12
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Hint: b = ae 3 Hint: L : A(x + y + 1) + D(x + 4y + 6) = 0
Sol.:
Sol.: Let a = A + D, b = A + 4D and C = A + 6D

This represents a family of lines through

the intersection of x + y + 1 = 0 and
2 5
x + 4y + 6 = 0; which is  , − 
3 3
tan60 = = 3
ae
Hint: QR = 3AB
 b = ae 3
Sol.:
 b2 = a2(1 – e2)

 1 – e2 = 3e2
1
 e=
2
AC : x + 2y + 12 = 0
x2 y 2
Hint: − = 16 And BC = x – y + 3 = 0
1 1
4 9 Then PQ : y – 3 = 1(x – 2)
Sol: Equation of conic is
And PR : y – 3 = 2(x – 2)
2b2
Length of latus rectum = Points A and B have co-ordinates (–2, –5) and
a
(1, 4) respectively
16
2
9 = 16 Also, PAB ~ PQR
=
2 9
So, QR = 3AB = 9 10
Hint: 2a > OS + OS 62. Answer (4)
Sol.:  Origin is an interior point, then b − a +1
Hint: b = a + 2 and | a |=
OS + OS < 2a 2

 2a  7 2 Sol.:  y = x + 5 and y = x – 1 are parallel

Also, 2ae = 5 2 tangents, so b = a + 2 …(i)

5 2 Also circle touches the y-axis, then

7 2
e
b − a +1 3
5 |a| = =
e 2 2
7
59. Answer (1) So centre of circle may be
Hint: Eccentricity do not change.
 3 3   3 3 
 , 2+  or − , 2− 
Sol.: e = 2 (no change on rotation of axes)  2 2  2 2

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Hint: Mid-point of line joining centre and given Hint: Chord of contact : T = 0.
point.
Sol.: Let A(h, k) then chord of contact will be,
Sol.:
T=0
xh = 2(y + k)
This line touches the parabola
y2 = 4x

0+6 0+6 2 
O y 2 = 4  ( y + k )
,  = (3, 3) h 
 2 2 

y2 − y− =0
h h
Hint: Let the common tangent be y = mx + c
D=0
4
So, C= =  2m2 − 4
m 64 32k
2
=−
h h
4
Sol.: Tangent of parabola : y = mx +
m  xy = –2 (hyperbola)
Tangent of hyperbola : y = mx  2m2 − 4
Hint: Use formula of image.
4
 =  2m2 − 4  16 = 2m4 − 4m2 x − 1 y − 2 −2(1 + 2 + 1)
m Sol.: = =
1 1 2
 m4 − 2m2 − 8 = 0
 x – 1 = – 4 and y – 2 = –4
 m2 = –2 or 4  m = ±2 Image (–3, –2)
Hint: Point lies inside the parabola and above Hint: Points lies on direction circle.
the chord.
Sol.: Director circle = x2 + y2 = 4 + 1
Sol.: Equation of chord : y – 2x + 4 = 0
 x2 + y2 = 5
Point lies above the chord,
 – 1 – 22 + 4 > 0
Hint: Ratio of area of triangles is same as ratio
 22 –  – 3 < 0 of length of perpendiculars from C and D
 3 on AB.
    −1, 
 2 Sol.:
Also point lies inside the parabola,
( – 1)2 – 42 < 0

1 
   (−, − 1)   ,  
3 

1 3
So,  , 
3 2
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 C and D lie on x-axis Sol.: Let equation of normal be

y = mx – 2am – am3 where a = 3.
Equation of tangent to C1 at A(4, 4) is
 y = mx – 6m – 3m3
4x + 4y = 32  x + y = 8
(9, 1) lies on it, so
 C(8, 0)
3m3 – 3m + 1 = 0
Equation of tangent to C2 at A(4, 4) is
4y = 2(x + 4) Feet of normal will be (ami3, −2ami ) for i = 1, 2, 3

 D(–4, 0) Sum of x-coordinates = a(m12 + m22 + m32 )

Ratio of area of triangles = 4 : 8 = 1 : 2 = 3[02 – 2(–1)] = 6
Hint: Assume P as (t2, 2t) then find Q using Hint: Draw the line on cartesian plane
section formula. Sol.:
Sol.: Let P(t2, 2t)
Equation of normal at P, y = –tx + 2t + t3
Normal cuts the axis of parabola at R(2 + t2, 0)
 R is mid-point of P and Q, so coordinates of Q
are (4 + t2, – 2t)
 y
Locus of Q is ( x − 4) =  −  Hint: Solve the equations of ellipse and circle.
 2
Sol.:
 y2 = 4(x – 4)
Hint: Use of distance formula.
Sol.:

Let the centre of circle be (t, 0)

Equation of circle:
(x – t)2 + y2 = (5 – t)2
x2 + y2 – 2tx = 25 – 10t
x2 y 2
Equation of ellipse: + =1
( x − 1) + y + ( x − 2) + y +
2 2 2 2
25 9
9 2
( x − 1)2 + ( y − 1)2 + ( x − 4)2 + ( y − 4)2 On solving, x 2 − x + 9 − 2tx = 25 − 10t
25
= sum of distances of point P(x, y) from 16 2
four points A(1, 0), B(2, 0), C(1, 1) and  x − 2tx + (10t − 16) = 0
25
D(4, 4)
 Roots of this equation are 5 and t
50t 40
5+ 2 5+t = t =
16 17
45
Hint: Equation of normal, y = mx – 2am – am3. Radius of circle = 5 − t =
17
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75. Answer (08) Let the centre of largest circle be

(2 + r, 0) where r is the radius
Hint: Solve the equation of circle and parabola.
(x – 2 – r)2 + y2 = r2
Sol.:
And y2 = 8x
x2 + (2 + r2) – 2x(2 + r) + 8x – r2 = 0
 x2 – 2x(r – 2) + (4 + 4r) = 0
Here D = 0
4(r – 2)2 = 4(4 + 4r)
 r2 = 8r  r = 8

  

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TEST-4 - Code-D
Test Date : 05/01/2020

PHYSICS CHEMISTRY MATHEMATICS
1. (2) 26. (2) 51. (2)

25. (54) 50. (04) 75. (07)

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HINTS & SOLUTIONS

PART - A (PHYSICS)
1
1. Answer (2) Hint: Total volume will be constant r = 2 3 R
Hint: 1gh1 = 2gh2 Sol.: r3 = 2R3
1
Sol.:
r = 23 R
v T  r2
Hint: v  ( – )x2

h1(0.8)g = 50 × 1 × g Sol.: v  ( – )x2

25  5 (m − m)
h1 = = 62.50 cm  v
4 x

(h1 – h) = 12.50 cm 7. Answer (3)

2T
2. Answer (3) Hint: i = 0 +
R
Hint: Let h be the length of liquid column
4 3
h 1 Sol.: r = 4R 2d
g   ah = gh(a2 ) 3
2 3
1
Sol.: r = (3R 2d )3

 2T 
  R
Ratio =  r = 
 4T   2r 
 R 
h 1
g   ah = (gh)a2
2 3 1
R  R 3
= = 
2a 1
 24d 
h= 2(3R 2d )3
3

Hint: Theoretical a
Hint: tan  =
g
Sol.: Spherical
Sol.:
Hint: FD  v
Sol.: FD  v
fD = ma a
x=
So, net acceleration is 3

2 a− x 
ma − fD = ma tan  =  
3  a 

a 2g
a = a0 =
3 3

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Hint: Particle should be able to reach the point mv 2
Hint: = F (r )
of highest potential. r
GM 4GM mv 2 kr
Sol.: = Sol.: = 2
x 2
(6R − x )2 r r
2x = (6R – x) v  r for 0 < r < R
x = 2R v2 k
= 2 for r  R
1 GMm 4GMm GMm 4GMm r r
mv02 − − =− −
2 R 5R 2R 4R
v2r = constant
1 3GMm 9GMm 13. Answer (1)
mv 02 = − +
2 2R 5R Hint:
3GM
v 02 =
5R
3GM
v0 =
5R T1 + T2 = 2mg

10. Answer (3) Sol.: For same strain

T1 = 2T2
Hint: Angular momentum and energy will
remain conserved. 4mg
T1 =
Sol.: v0(2R) = vr 3
2mg
1
mv 02 −
GMm 1
= mv 2 −
GMm T2 =
2 4R 2 r 3
2mg l l 
v 02 GM GM  = mg  − x 
− = 2v 02 − 3 2 2 
2 4R R
l l 
3GM 3v 02 =  − x
= 3 2 
4R 2
l
GM x=
v0 = 6
2R
2GM Hint: Write down the expression for
v=
R gravitational field.
11. Answer (2)  x 
 M +  4( x dx ) 
2
Hint: Consider disc to be consist of concentric
Sol.: E =G a 
circular rings.  x2 

dv = −G
dm  4 2 2 
M + 2 (x − a )
Sol.:
x
=G 
M  x2 
dm = 2xdx
R 2 G
E = G 2 + [M − 2a2 ]
2GM R x2
dv = −  dx
R2 0 M = 2a2
M
v =−
2GM =
R 2a2

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Hint: Hint: T2  r3

(1 + 2)t = 2

Angular velocity of both the stars is Sol.: T1 = T0

same. T2 = 8T0
2
 3d  3Gm  2 2 
Sol.: m2  =  T + 8T  t = 2
 4  d2  0 0 

Gm 9
=2 t =1
d3 8T0

Gm 8T0
v =2 t=
d 9

Hint: Compressive forces in the rod will be Hint: For external point, shell can be
equal and will balance the gravitational considered as point mass placed at
force. centre.

Sol.: Sol.:

Gdx
dE =
x2

GM 3R dx
E= 
R 2R x 2
Gm2
0 =
Al 2
GM
E=
3 Gm 2 6R 2
21 cos30 =
Al 2 GM 2
F=
1 = 0 6R 2

Hint: Apply principle of superposition Hint: Resolve force and acceleration along and
perpendicular to incline.
M
Sol.: Mass of cavity = Sol.:
27

E = E1 + E2

E1 = 0

M mg cos 
G  tan  =
E2 =  272 = −
GM ˆ
i g cos 
 2R  12R2
 
 3   = tan–1()

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Hint: Tension will be maximum at interface. 2T cos 

Hint: h=
r g
M M 
Sol.:  L xg − T = L xa  (L − x ) 2T cos 
Sol.: h=
r g
M
−Tx = (L − x )ax
−L  MgH 
U = 
 2 
M
−T (L − x ) − x  = gx(L − x ) More over liquid will not overflow
L
Mg
T (x) = x (L − x )
L2 Hint: T2  r3

Sol.: =
T r
Hint: Find tension in the rod as a function of x.
3  0.01
Sol.: dT =  60
2
dT = 0.90 minutes
= 54 s

Mgx
T (x) = PART - B (CHEMISTRY)
L
1 l T 2(x)
U ( x ) =  2 Adx Hint : Bond dissociation energy depends upon
2l AY
2 the bond strength.
Sol. : Order for bond strength is T2 > D2 > H2
M 2g 2 l
U( x ) =  x dx
2
( same order is observed for bond
2L2 AY l
2 dissociation energy)
M 2 g 2 1  7l 3 
=    Hint & Sol. :
2 AL2Y 3  8 
Among Group 13 elements, boron has
7M 2g 2L
U( x ) = the maximum ionization energy.
48 AY
Hint : High positive charge density cause the
Hint: mg – T = ma formation of hydrate.
T = 2ma Sol. : Mg2+ has most positive charge density.

Sol.: a=
3 Hint : Given reaction is an example of
2mg intramolecular reaction.
T =
3 Sol. : n-factor for the given reactant is 6

2mgl molar mass

l =  Equivalent weight =
3AY 6
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Hint : y > x Hint : Solubility order is decided by the

hydration energy and lattice energy.
>
Sol. : Solubility of sulphates of alkaline earth
Sol. : Dimer of AlCl3 has no 3c – 2e– bonds. metals decreases down the group.
Hint : Number of moles of H+ = number of mole
Hint :
of OH–
Sol. : Let the mass of Ca(OH)2 in the mixture is
Sol. : No change in hybridisation of nitrogen.
xg
But hybridisation of Boron changes from
x 1.3 − x
sp2 to sp3.  2 + = 0.015  2
74 56
x = 0.74 g
Hint & Sol. :
0.74
Composition of Ca(OH)2 by mass =  100
Borax is Na2[B4O5(OH)4]  8H2O 1.3
Hint : BeCl2 is soluble in benzene. 40. Answer (2)

Sol. : In solid sate BeCl2 exist in polymeric Hint : Because of the presence of vacant
form. In dimeric form of BeCl2, d-orbital on Si, it is most easily
hybridisation of Be is sp2. hydrolysed.
Sol. :
Hint : Solution is deep blue in colour,
paramagnetic due to the presence of free
electrons.
Sol. : Hexa ammoniates are formed.
Hint & Sol. : 41. Answer (2)
Be and Mg do not impart any colour to Hint :
the Bunsen flame. Ca and Ba impart
characteristic colour to the Bunsen flame.
Hint & Sol. : Sol. :
When Na2CO3  10H2O is heated at
375 K, a monohydrate is formed.

Hint & Sol. :

To find the empirical formula first pick up B2H6 is a dimer of BH3 and in B3N3H6
repeating part. each N atom is forming only 3 bond.

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Hint : Apply the concept of equivalence.
Hint :
Sol. : N1V1 = N2V2
(Ce) = (Sn)
n1 × 0.5 × 40 = 2 × 0.5 × 20
n1 = 1
Hint : Structure of Br3O8 is

Hint : BaO2.8H2O + H2SO4 → BaSO4 + H2O2 + 49. Answer (45)

8H2O − − −
Hint : BrO3 + 5Br + 3H2O → 3Br2 + 6OH
Sol. : PbO on reaction with H2SO4 does not (balanced equation)
give H2O2 −
mmoles of BrO3 = 10 mmole
44. Answer (3) mmoles of Br– = 37.5 mmole
Hint : KO2 contains around 55% by mass of  Br– is limiting reagent
potassium.
3
Sol. : mmole of Br2 = 37.5
Sol. : 2KO2 + 2H2O → 2KOH + O2 + H2O2 5
= 22.5

Hint : Mg(HCO3 )2 ⎯⎯→ Mg(OH)2  +2CO2  Hint :

Ca(HCO3 )2 ⎯⎯ → CaCO3  +CO2 + H2O

Sol. : 1 mmole of mg(OH)2 = 0.058 g

Sol. : meq. of H2O2 in 25 ml = meq. of I2
1 mmole of CaCO3 = 0.1 g
produced
46. Answer (75) = meq of Na2S2O3

 1 1 1 2  MH2O2  25 = 0.3  20
Hint : LiNO3 ⎯⎯ → Li2O + NO2 + O2
2 2 4
0.3  20
MH2O2 =
 1 25  2
NaNO3 ⎯⎯ →NaNO2 + O2
2
0.3  20
Strength in g / L =  34
Sol. : O2 is paramagnetic and common in both 25  2

the cases. = 4.08 g / L

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PART - C (MATHEMATICS)
Hint: Use formula of image.
x − 1 y − 2 −2(1 + 2 + 1)
Hint: Assume P as (t2, 2t) then find Q using Sol.: = =
1 1 2
section formula.
 x – 1 = – 4 and y – 2 = –4
Sol.: Let P(t2, 2t)
Image (–3, –2)
Equation of normal at P, y = –tx + 2t + t3
Normal cuts the axis of parabola at R(2 + t2, 0)
Hint: Chord of contact : T = 0.
 R is mid-point of P and Q, so coordinates of Q
Sol.: Let A(h, k) then chord of contact will be,
are (4 + t2, – 2t)
T=0
2
 y xh = 2(y + k)
Locus of Q is ( x − 4) =  − 
 2
This line touches the parabola
 y2 = 4(x – 4)
y2 = 4x
2 
y 2 = 4  ( y + k )
Hint: Ratio of area of triangles is same as ratio h 
of length of perpendiculars from C and D
8 8k
on AB. y2 − y− =0
h h
Sol.:
D=0

64 32k
2
=−
h h

 xy = –2 (hyperbola)
Hint: Point lies inside the parabola and above
the chord.
 C and D lie on x-axis
Sol.: Equation of chord : y – 2x + 4 = 0
Equation of tangent to C1 at A(4, 4) is Point lies above the chord,
4x + 4y = 32  x + y = 8
 – 1 – 22 + 4 > 0
 C(8, 0)
 22 –  – 3 < 0
Equation of tangent to C2 at A(4, 4) is
 3
4y = 2(x + 4)     −1, 
 2
 D(–4, 0)
Also point lies inside the parabola,
Ratio of area of triangles = 4 : 8 = 1 : 2
( – 1)2 – 42 < 0
1 
Hint: Points lies on direction circle.    (−, − 1)   ,  
3 
Sol.: Director circle = x2 + y2 = 4 + 1
1 3
So,  , 
 x2 + y2 = 5 3 2
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Hint: Let the common tangent be y = mx + c Hint: QR = 3AB

Sol.:
4
So, C = =  2m2 − 4
m

4
Sol.: Tangent of parabola : y = mx +
m

AC : x + 2y + 12 = 0
Tangent of hyperbola : y = mx  2m2 − 4
And BC = x – y + 3 = 0
4 Then PQ : y – 3 = 1(x – 2)
 =  2m2 − 4  16 = 2m4 − 4m2
m
And PR : y – 3 = 2(x – 2)
 m4 − 2m2 − 8 = 0 Points A and B have co-ordinates (–2, –5) and
(1, 4) respectively
 m2 = –2 or 4  m = ±2
Also, PAB ~ PQR
So, QR = 3AB = 9 10
Hint: Mid-point of line joining centre and given 61. Answer (3)
point.
Hint: L : A(x + y + 1) + D(x + 4y + 6) = 0
Sol.: Sol.: Let a = A + D, b = A + 4D and C = A + 6D
Then L : A(x + y + 1) + D(x + 4y + 6) = 0
This represents a family of lines through
the intersection of x + y + 1 = 0 and
2 5
x + 4y + 6 = 0; which is  , − 
3 3
0+6 0+6
O ,  = (3, 3)
 2 2  62. Answer (1)
Hint: Eccentricity do not change.
Sol.: e = 2 (no change on rotation of axes)
b − a +1
Hint: b = a + 2 and | a |= 63. Answer (3)
2
Hint: 2a > OS + OS
Sol.:  y = x + 5 and y = x – 1 are parallel
Sol.:  Origin is an interior point, then
tangents, so b = a + 2 …(i)
OS + OS < 2a
Also circle touches the y-axis, then
 2a  7 2
b − a +1 3
|a| = = Also, 2ae = 5 2
2 2
5 2
So centre of circle may be 7 2
e

 3 3   3 3  5
 , 2+  or − , 2−  e
 2 2  2 2 7
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Hint: Given circles touches each other.
x2 y 2
Hint: − = 16
1 1 Sol.: dc1c2 = (2 − 5)2 + (2 − 5)2 = 3 2
4 9
r1 = 4 + 4 − 6 = 2
Sol: Equation of conic is
and r2 = 25 + 25 − 42 = 2 2
2
2b
Length of latus rectum =  dc1c2 = r1 + r2  3 common tangents
a
16
2 Hint: Find the fixed point in terms of a.
= 9 = 16
2 9  1 
Sol.: Let a point on given line as  h, − h 
65. Answer (1)  a 
1 
Hint: b = ae 3 Chord of contact : 9 xh + 4y  − h  = 1
a 
Sol.:  4y 
 h(9 x − 4y ) +  − 1 = 0
 a 
a a
This line always passes through  , 
9 4
2 2
a a
Now, 9  + 4   1
9 4
36
b  a2 
tan60 = = 3 13
ae
 a = ±1
 b = ae 3 69. Answer (1)
Hint: Length of other diagonal will be 2 units.
 b2 = a2(1 – e2)
Sol.:

 1 – e2 = 3e2

1
 e=
2

Hint: The required locus is radical axis of two

circles. Let OABC is the rhombus, whose
diagonal intersect at P
Sol.: Locus of centre of the required circle will
AP
be the radical axis of two given circles. In OAP tan30 =  AP = 1
3
S – S = 0 1
Area of rhombus = (d1  d2 )
2
 12x – 16y – 48 = 0
1
= (2 3  2) = 2 3 sq. units
 3x – 4y = 12 2
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Hint: OA  OA = OB  OB

x y
Sol.: L1 : + = 1  OA = 4 and OB = 3
4 3

x y 1 1
L2 : + = 1  OA = and OB =
1 1 2 k
2 k Let the centre of circle be (t, 0)
Equation of circle:
 AA and BB are two chords of circle
(x – t)2 + y2 = (5 – t)2
intersecting each other at O, then x2 + y2 – 2tx = 25 – 10t
x2 y 2
OA  OA = OB  OB Equation of ellipse: + =1
25 9
1 1 9 2
 4 = 3 On solving, x 2 − x + 9 − 2tx = 25 − 10t
2 k 25
16 2
k=
3  x − 2tx + (10t − 16) = 0
2 25
 Roots of this equation are 5 and t
50t 40
Hint: Solve the equation of circle and parabola. 5+t = t =
16 17
Sol.: 45
Radius of circle = 5 − t =
17
Hint: Draw the line on cartesian plane
Sol.:

Let the centre of largest circle be

(2 + r, 0) where r is the radius

(x – 2 – r)2 + y2 = r2

And y2 = 8x 74. Answer (06)

Hint: Equation of normal, y = mx – 2am – am3.
x2 + (2 + r2) – 2x(2 + r) + 8x – r2 = 0
Sol.: Let equation of normal be
 x2 – 2x(r – 2) + (4 + 4r) = 0 y = mx – 2am – am3 where a = 3.
Here D = 0  y = mx – 6m – 3m3
(9, 1) lies on it, so
4(r – 2)2 = 4(4 + 4r)
3m3 – 3m + 1 = 0
 r2 = 8r  r = 8 Feet of normal will be (ami3, −2ami ) for i = 1, 2, 3
72. Answer (62) Sum of x-coordinates = a(m12 + m22 + m32 )
Hint: Solve the equations of ellipse and circle. = 3[02 – 2(–1)] = 6
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( x − 1)2 + y 2 + ( x − 2)2 + y 2 +
Hint: Use of distance formula.
Sol.: ( x − 1)2 + ( y − 1)2 + ( x − 4)2 + ( y − 4)2

= sum of distances of point P(x, y) from

four points A(1, 0), B(2, 0), C(1, 1) and
D(4, 4)