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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

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

2. (1) 27. (3) 52. (1)

3. (3) 28. (4) 53. (3)

4. (3) 29. (3) 54. (4)

5. (4) 30. (2) 55. (2)

6. (2) 31. (2) 56. (1)

7. (4) 32. (4) 57. (3)

8. (1) 33. (1) 58. (3)

9. (3) 34. (3) 59. (1)

10. (2) 35. (4) 60. (3)

11. (3) 36. (2) 61. (2)

12. (1) 37. (2) 62. (4)

13. (2) 38. (4) 63. (2)

14. (3) 39. (1) 64. (3)

15. (1) 40. (2) 65. (3)

16. (2) 41. (2) 66. (4)

17. (1) 42. (2) 67. (2)

18. (1) 43. (1) 68. (3)

19. (3) 44. (2) 69. (3)

20. (2) 45. (2) 70. (2)

21. (54) 46. (04) 71. (07)

22. (04) 47. (45) 72. (06)

23. (08) 48. (16) 73. (03)

24. (96) 49. (03) 74. (62)

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

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HINTS & SOLUTIONS


4. Answer (3)
PART - A (PHYSICS)
Hint: Apply principle of superposition
1. Answer (1)
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 
5. Answer (4)
 = 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=
6R 2 6. Answer (2)
3. Answer (3)
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
8. Answer (1) v =−
R
Hint:
11. Answer (3)
Hint: Angular momentum and energy will
remain conserved.

T1 + T2 = 2mg Sol.: v0(2R) = vr

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

l 12. Answer (1)


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 =
5R 16. Answer (2)
1
3GM
v0 = Hint: Total volume will be constant r = 2 3 R
5R
Sol.: r3 = 2R3
13. Answer (2)
1

a r = 23 R
Hint: tan  =
g v T  r2

Sol.: 17. Answer (1)


Hint: FD  v

Sol.: FD  v
At steady state
fD = ma
a
x= So, net acceleration is
3
2
a− x  ma − fD = ma
tan  =   3
 a 
a
a =
2g 3
a0 =
3 18. Answer (1)
14. Answer (3) Hint: Theoretical

2T Sol.: Spherical
Hint: i = 0 +
R 19. Answer (3)

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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20. Answer (2) 24. Answer (96)

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
Adx
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

= 54 s 25. Answer (12)

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 )
23. Answer (08) L2

Hint: mg – T = ma
PART - B (CHEMISTRY)
T = 2ma
26. Answer (3)
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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27. Answer (3) Sol. :

Hint : KO2 contains around 55% by mass of


potassium.

Sol. : 2KO2 + 2H2O → 2KOH + O2 + H2O2

28. Answer (4)

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


8H2O 32. Answer (4)
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
33. Answer (1)
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.

34. Answer (3)

Hint & Sol. :


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

35. Answer (4)

Hint & Sol. :

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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37. Answer (2) 45. Answer (2)


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
38. Answer (4) dissociation energy)

Hint : BeCl2 is soluble in benzene. 46. Answer (04)

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


form. In dimeric form of BeCl2,
hybridisation of Be is sp2.
39. Answer (1)
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
47. Answer (45)
>
− − −
Hint : BrO3 + 5Br + 3H2O → 3Br2 + 6OH
Sol. : Dimer of AlCl3 has no 3c – 2e– bonds.
(balanced equation)
42. Answer (2)

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
43. Answer (1) = 22.5
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.
44. Answer (2)
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.
55. Answer (2)
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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56. Answer (1) 60. Answer (3)


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

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
b 61. Answer (2)
tan60 = = 3
ae
Hint: QR = 3AB
 b = ae 3
Sol.:
 b2 = a2(1 – e2)

 1 – e2 = 3e2
1
 e=
2
57. Answer (3)
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
58. Answer (3)
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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63. Answer (2) 66. Answer (4)


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 

64. Answer (3) 8 8k


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)
67. Answer (2)
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)
65. Answer (3) 68. Answer (3)
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,
69. Answer (3)
 – 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
70. Answer (2) 73. Answer (03)
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)
2 74. Answer (62)
 y
Locus of Q is ( x − 4) =  −  Hint: Solve the equations of ellipse and circle.
 2
Sol.:
 y2 = 4(x – 4)
71. Answer (07)
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
 AD + BC
50t 40
5+ 2 5+t = t =
16 17
72. Answer (06)
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

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

2. (3) 27. (2) 52. (3)

3. (1) 28. (1) 53. (3)

4. (1) 29. (2) 54. (2)

5. (2) 30. (2) 55. (4)

6. (1) 31. (2) 56. (3)

7. (3) 32. (1) 57. (3)

8. (2) 33. (4) 58. (2)

9. (1) 34. (2) 59. (4)

10. (3) 35. (2) 60. (2)

11. (2) 36. (4) 61. (3)

12. (3) 37. (3) 62. (1)

13. (1) 38. (1) 63. (3)

14. (4) 39. (4) 64. (3)

15. (2) 40. (2) 65. (1)

16. (4) 41. (2) 66. (2)

17. (3) 42. (3) 67. (4)

18. (3) 43. (4) 68. (3)

19. (1) 44. (3) 69. (1)

20. (1) 45. (3) 70. (2)

21. (12) 46. (75) 71. (08)

22. (96) 47. (03) 72. (62)

23. (08) 48. (16) 73. (03)

24. (04) 49. (45) 74. (06)

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

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HINTS & SOLUTIONS


5. Answer (2)
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
6. Answer (1)
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
3. Answer (1) 8. Answer (2)

Hint: Theoretical a
Hint: tan  =
g
Sol.: Spherical
Sol.:
4. Answer (1)
Hint: FD  v
Sol.: FD  v
At steady state
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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9. Answer (1) 12. Answer (3)


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
14. Answer (4)
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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15. Answer (2) 18. Answer (3)

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

16. Answer (4) 19. Answer (1)

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

17. Answer (3) 20. Answer (1)

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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21. Answer (12) 24. Answer (04)

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
25. Answer (54)
Mg
T (x) = x (L − x )
L2 Hint: T2  r3

22. Answer (96) 2dT 3dr


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
26. Answer (2)
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)
27. Answer (2)
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
28. Answer (1)
23. Answer (08)
Hint : High positive charge density cause the
Hint: mg – T = ma formation of hydrate.
T = 2ma Sol. : Mg2+ has most positive charge density.

g 29. Answer (2)


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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30. Answer (2) 38. Answer (1)

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.
31. Answer (2) 39. Answer (4)
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
32. Answer (1)
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
33. Answer (4)  57%
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. :
34. Answer (2)
Hint : Solution is deep blue in colour,
paramagnetic due to the presence of free
electrons.
Sol. : Hexa ammoniates are formed.
35. Answer (2)
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.
36. Answer (4)
Hint & Sol. : Sol. :
When Na2CO3  10H2O is heated at
375 K, a monohydrate is formed.

37. Answer (3)

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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42. Answer (3) 47. Answer (03)


Hint : Apply the concept of equivalence.
Hint :
Sol. : N1V1 = N2V2
(Ce) = (Sn)
n1 × 0.5 × 40 = 2 × 0.5 × 20
n1 = 1
48. Answer (16)
Hint : Structure of Br3O8 is

Sol. : x is POP n = 1.5

y is dead burnt plaster m=2

43. Answer (4) Sol. : Sum of oxidation state is 16

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
45. Answer (3)
50. Answer (04)

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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54. Answer (2)


PART - C (MATHEMATICS)
Hint: Use formula of image.
51. Answer (2)
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
55. Answer (4)
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
52. Answer (3)
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)
56. Answer (3)
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
53. Answer (3)
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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57. Answer (3) 60. Answer (2)

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
58. Answer (2)
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.
59. Answer (4)
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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64. Answer (3) 67. Answer (4)


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
68. Answer (3)
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

66. Answer (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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70. Answer (2) Sol.:

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
71. Answer (08)
50t 40
Hint: Solve the equation of circle and parabola. 5+t = t =
16 17
Sol.: 45
Radius of circle = 5 − t =
17
73. Answer (03)
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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75. Answer (07)


( 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)

 AD + BC

5+ 2

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