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(Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics)

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1. The test is of 3 hours duration.

2. The Test Booklet consists of 75 questions. The maximum marks are 300.

3. There are three parts in the question paper A, B, C consisting of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
having 25 questions in each part of equal weightage. Each part has two sections.

(i) Section-I : This section contains 20 multiple choice questions which have only one correct answer. Each question
carries 4 marks for correct answer and –1 mark for wrong answer.

(ii) Section-II : This section contains 5 SA type questions. The answer to each of the questions is a
numerical value. Each question carries 4 marks for correct answer and there is no negative marking for
wrong answer.
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PART–A : PHYSICS

SECTION - I I
Sol. T  2
Multiple Choice Questions: This section contains 20 Mgd
multiple choice questions. Each question has 4
choices (1), (2), (3) and (4), out of which ONLY ONE
is correct. T1 I
 1
Choose the correct answer : T2 I2
1. A spaceship in space sweeps stationary
interplanetary dust. As a result, its mass MR2 3
I1  2MR2 , I2   MR2  MR2
dM(t) 2 2
increases at a rate  bv2 (t) , where v(t) is
dt
its instantaneous velocity. The instantaneous T1 4 2
  
acceleration of the satellite is T2 3 3

2bv3 1 E l
(1) –bv3(t) (2)  3. The quantities x  ,y and z  are
M(t) 0  0 B CR

bv3 bv3 defined where C-capacitance, R-Resistance,


(3)  (4) 
M(t) 2M(t) l-length, E-Electric field, B-magnetic field and
0, 0, - free space permittivity and permeability
Answer (3)
respectively. Then
dP  dM 
Sol. F   v (1) Only x and y have the same dimension
dt  dt 
(2) Only x and z have the same dimension
 M(t)a = –(bv2)v
(3) x, y and z have the same dimension
bv3
 a (4) Only y and z have the same dimension
M(t)

2. A ring is hung on a nail. It can oscillate, without Answer (3)


slipping or sliding (i) in its plane with a time
period T1 and, (ii) back and forth in a direction 1
Sol. C  X
perpendicular to its plane, with a period T2. The  0 0
T1
ratio will be E
T2 C Y
B

2  = RC = t
(1)
3
 [X] = [Y] = [Z]
2 4. Ten charges are placed on the circumference
(2)
3 of a circle of radius R with constant angular
separation between successive charges.
2
(3) Alternate charges 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 have charge (+q)
3
each, while 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 have charge (–q) each.
3 The potential V and the electric field E at the
(4)
2 centre of the circle are respectively.

Answer (2) (Take V = 0 at infinity)

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(1) V = 0; E = 0
V0
10q 10q 6V
(2) V  ; E
4 0R 4 0R2
(1)

10q time
(3) V  ;E = 0
4 0R
V0 6V
10q 4V
(4) V = 0; E 
4 0R2
(2)
Answer (1)
time
Sol. Q = 0
 V=0 6V
V0
Also, field of one charge will get cancelled due 4V
to another symmetrical charge in front of it.
(3)
5. The correct match between the entries in
column I and column II are time
I II
V0
Radiation Wavelength
(a) Microwave (i) 100 m 4V
(b) Gamma rays (ii) 10–15 m (4)

(c) A.M. radio waves (iii) 10–10 m time

(d) X = rays (iv) 10–3 m


Answer (3)
(1) (a)-(ii), (b)-(i), (c)-(iv), (d)-(iii)
Sol. Voltage across RL increases up to 4 V, then one
(2) (a)-(iv), (b)-(ii), (c)-(i), (d)-(iii) of the zener diode will blow. So, option (3) is
(3) (a)-(iii), (b)-(ii), (c)-(i), (d)-(iv) correct.

(4) (a)-(i), (b)-(iii), (c)-(iv), (d)-(ii) 7. Two different wires having lengths L1 and L2,
and respective temperature coefficient of linear
Answer (2)
expansion  1 and 2, are joined end-to-end.
Sol. Theory based Then the effective temperature coefficient of
6. Two Zener diodes (A and B) having breakdown linear expansion is
voltages of 6 V and 4 V respectively, are
connected as shown in the circuit below. The 12 L2L1
2 4
output voltage V0 variation with input voltage (1) 12 (2) 1  2 L  L 2
2 1
linearly increasing with time, is given by :
(Vinput = 0 V at t = 0)
1   2 1L1  2L2
(figures are qualitative) (3) (4)
2 L1  L 2

B Answer (4)
RL = 100 
A 6V
Vin 4V Sol. (L1 + L2)eq × T = L11T + L22T
Vo

L11  L2 2
100  eq  (L1  L2 )

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8. A driver in a car, approaching a vertical wall 2V


B
notices that the frequency of his car horn, has
changed from 440 Hz to 480 Hz, when it gets 2
Sol.
reflected from the wall. If the speed of sound in
air is 345 m/s, then the speed of the car is 1A

(1) 36 km/hr (2) 54 km/hr A 1V 2A

(3) 24 km/hr (4) 18 km/hr VB + 2 – 2 × 1 – 1 = VA

Answer (2)  VB – VA = 3 – 2 = 1V

345  u 11. An iron rod of volume 10 –3 m 3 and relative


Sol.  440  480 permeability 1000 is placed as core in a
345  v
solenoid with 10 turns/cm. If a current of 0.5 A
 11 × 345 + 11v = 12 × 345 – 12v is passed through the solenoid, then the
magnetic moment of the rod will be
345 (1) 5 × 102 Am2 (2) 0.5 × 102 Am2
 v  15 m/s
23
(3) 500 × 102 Am2 (4) 50 × 102 Am2
= 54 km/h
Answer (1)
9. A radioactive nucleus decays by two different
processes. The half life for the first process is Sol. M = H
10 s and that for the second is 100 s. The
Magnetic moment = MV
effective half life of the nucleus is close to
(1) 12 sec (2) 9 sec H = ni

(3) 55 sec (4) 6 sec 12. In an adiabatic process, the density of a


diatomic gas becomes 32 times its initial value.
Answer (2) The final pressure of the gas is found to be n
Sol. e = 1 + 2 times the initial pressure. The value of n is
(1) 128
ln2 ln2 ln2
   (2) 32
Te T1 T2
1
T T 10  100 (3)
 Te = 1 2  32
T1  T2 110
(4) 326
= 9 sec Answer (1)
10. In the circuit, given in the figure currents in Sol. PV = constant
different branches and value of one resistor are
shown. Then potential at point B with respect to 1
V
the point A is 

D 2V P
E B = constant
1A 
2 13. A parallel plate capacitor has plate of length
‘’, width ‘w’ and separation of plates is ‘d’. It
A C F is connected to a battery of emf V. A dielectric
1V 2A slab of the same thickness ‘d’ and of dielectric
constant k = 4 is being inserted between the
(1) +1 V (2) –2 V plates of the capacitor. At what length of the
(3) +2 V (4) –1 V slab inside plates, will the energy stored in the
capacitor be two times the initial energy
Answer (1) stored?

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Current
  Sol. Figure of merit =
(1) (2) Deflection
4 2
16. Two coherent sources of sound, S 1 and S 2,
2  produce sound waves of the same wavelength,
(3) (4)  = 1 m, in phase. S1 and S2 are placed 1.5 m
3 3
apart (see fig). A listener, located at L, directly
Answer (4) in front of S 2 finds that the intensity is at a
minimum when he is 2 m away from S2. The
1
Sol. U  CV2 listener moves away from S 1 , keeping his
2
distance from S2 fixed. The adjacent maximum
U1 C of intensity is observed when the listener is at
2  1 2
U2 C a distance d from S1. Then, d is

kx  (  x)
2
 m
2


x= S2 L
3 2m

14. The acceleration due to gravity on the earth’s

d
surface at the poles is g and angular velocity of 1.5 m
the earth about the axis passing through the
pole is . An object is weighed at the equator
and at a height h above the poles by using a S1
spring balance. If the weights are found to be
(1) 5 m (2) 2 m
same, then h is (h << R, where R is the radius
of the earth) (3) 12 m (4) 3 m
Answer (4)
R2 2 R2 2
(1) (2) Sol. At L, S1L – S2L = 2.5 – 2.0 = 0.5 m
2g g

R2 2 R2 2 =
(3) (4) 2
8g 4g
For adjacent maximum
Answer (1)
S1L – S2L = 
Sol. gequator = g – 2R
S1L =  + S2L
 2h  = 1+2
gh = g  1 
 R  = 3m
 2h  2 17. The velocity (v) and time (t) graph of a body in
g  R
R  a straight line motion is shown in the figure.
The point S is at 4.333 seconds. The total
2R2
h distance covered by the body in 6 s is
2g
v (m/s) 4 A B
15. A galvanometer is used in laboratory for
2
detecting the null point in electrical S D t (in s)
0
experiments. If, on passing a current of 6 mA it 1 2 3 4 5 6
–2
C
produces a deflection of 2°, its figure of merit
37
is close to (1) m (2) 11 m
3
(1) 6 × 10–3 A/div. (2) 666° A/div.
49
(3) 3 × 10–3 A/div. (4) 333° A/div. (3) 12 m (4) m
4
Answer (3) Answer (1)

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Sol. Distance = |A1| + |A2| Sol.  = Bv

1 13  1 5 
=  1  4   2 i =
R
2 3  2 3
 0I  1
37 i =  v 
= m  2r  R
3 20. In the circuit shown, charge on the 5 F
18. In an experiment to verify Stokes law, a small capacitor is
spherical ball of radius r and density  falls 2 F 4 F
under gravity through a distance h in air before
entering a tank of water. If the terminal velocity
of the ball inside water is same as its velocity 5 F
just before entering the water surface, then the
value of h is proportional to O
6V 6V
(ignore viscosity of air) (1) 16.36 C (2) 18.00 C
(3) 5.45 C (4) 10.90 C
(1) r4 (2) r3
Answer (1)
(3) r (4) r2

Answer (1) +q1 _ V0 V _ 4 F


+q2
Sol. vT r2 2 F
Sol.
+ Q
2gh  r 2 – 5 F

 h  r4
6V OV 6V
19. An infinitely long, straight wire carrying current
I, one side opened rectangular loop and a
conductor C with a sliding connector are Q = q1 + q2
located in the same plane, as shown, in the 5V0 = 2(6 – V0) + 4(6 – V0)
figure. The connector has length  and 36
resistance R. It slides to the right with a V0 = V
11
velocity v. The resistance of the conductor and
180
the self inductance of the loop are negligible. Q = 5V0 = C
11
The induced current in the loop, as a function
of separation r, between the connector and the SECTION - II
straight wire is
Numerical Value Type Questions: This section
contains 5 questions. The answer to each question is
one side opened long
conducting wire loop a NUMERICAL VALUE. For each question, enter the
C correct numerical value (in decimal notation,
v truncated/roundedoff to the second decimal place;
I R 
e.g. 06.25, 07.00, -00.33, -00.30, 30.27, -27.30) using
r the mouse and the on-screen virtual numeric keypad
in the place designated to enter the answer.

21. Nitrogen gas is at 300°C temperature. The


0 Iv 0 Iv temperature (in K) at which the rms speed of a
(1) (2)
4  Rr  Rr H2 molecule would be equal to the rms speed
0 Iv 20 Iv of a nitrogen molecule, is ___ .
(3) (4)
2 Rr  Rr (Molar mass of N2 gas 28 g).
Answer (3) Answer (40.93)
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3KT 3  K  573 Sol. min  (  1)A


Sol. Vrms for N2  
28 28 N
  (1.5  1)1
10
3KT1  N=5
Vrms for H2 
2
24. The surface of a metal is illuminated alternately
with photons of energies E1 = 4 eV and E2 = 2.5 eV
∵ Vrms for N2  Vrms for H2
respectively. The ratio of maximum speeds of the
photoelectrons emitted in the two cases is 2. The
3KT1 3K  573 573
   T1  K work function of the metal in (eV) is _____.
2 28 14
Answer (02.00)
T1 = 40.93 kelvin
1 hc
22. A thin rod of mass 0.9 kg and length 1 m is
Sol. mv2  
suspended, at rest, from one end so that it can 2 
freely oscillate in the vertical plane. A particle
of move 0.1 kg moving in a straight line with 1
mv12  4   ...(i)
velocity 80 m/s hits the rod at its bottom most 2
point and sticks to it (see figure). The angular
speed (in rad/s) of the rod immediately after the 1
mv22  2.5   ...(ii)
collision will be ____ . 2

v1
Given 2
v2
1m
4
  4    2 eV
2.5  
Answer (20.00) 25. A body of mass 2 kg is driven by an engine
delivering a constant power of 1 J/s. The body
Sol. O
starts from rest and moves in a straight line.
After 9 seconds, the body has moved a
distance (in m) _______.
Answer (18.00)
Angular momentum will remain conserved
1
about pivotal point Sol. pt  mv2
2
 1   9 (1)  
(0.1 80  1)    1     
 10   10 3   2pt
 v
m
8  10
   20 rad/s ds 2pt
4  
dt m
23. A prism of angle A = 1° has a refractive index
 = 1.5. A good estimate for the minimum angle s t
2pt
of deviation (in degrees) is close to
  ds   m
dt
0 0
N
. Value of N is ____ .  3 
10  2p   2t 2  27
 s       (1)  (2)   18
Answer (05)  m   3  3
 
‰‰‰

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PART–B : CHEMISTRY
3. The compound that has the largest H – M – H bond
SECTION - I
angle (M = N, O, S, C) is
Multiple Choice Questions: This section contains 20
multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 (1) H2S (2) CH4
choices (1), (2), (3) and (4), out of which ONLY ONE (3) NH3 (4) H2O
is correct. Answer (2)
Choose the correct answer : Sol. Order of bond angle is
CH4 > NH3 > H2O > H2S
1. The major product of the following reaction is 4. The correct order of the ionic radii of
O2–, N3–, F–, Mg2+, Na+ and Al3+ is
HO CH2CH3
(1) Al3+ < Mg2+ < Na+ < F– < O2– < N3–
H2SO4
(2) Al3+ < Na+ < Mg2+ < O2– < F– < N3–
O (3) N3– < F– < O2– < Mg2+ < Na+ < Al3+
(4) N3– < O2– < F– Na+ < Mg2+ < Al3+
CHCH3 CH2CH3 Answer (1)
Sol. For isoelectronic species, as the no. of protons
increases, size of ions decreases.
(1) (2)
 Correct order of ionic radii
O O
Al3+ < Mg2+ < Na+ < F– < O2– < N3–

CH = CH2 CH2CH3 5. Adsorption of a gas follows Freundlich


adsorption isotherm. If x is the mass of the gas
adsorbed on mass m of the adsorbent, the
(3) (4) x
O O correct plot of versus p is
m
200 K
Answer (4)
x 250 K
(1) m
270 K
CH2CH3
Sol. HO CH2 CH3
+ H p
H
–H2O 200 K
O O x 250 K
(2) m 270 K

CH2 CH3 p
270 K
x 250 K
O
(3) m 200 K

p
2. Which one of the following polymers is not 270 K
obtained by condensation polymerisation? 250 K
x 200 K
(1) Buna-N (4) m
(2) Nylon 6
p
(3) Bakelite
Answer (2)
(4) Nylon 6, 6
Sol. Freundlich adsorption isotherm
Answer (1)
x
 K p1/n
Sol. Buna-N : Obtained by addition polymerisation m
Nylon 6, Bakelite, Nylon 6,6 : Obtained by With increase in temperature, decrease in
condensation polymerisation. physical adsorption is observed.
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6. The correct statement about probability density 9. The increasing order of boiling points of the
(except at infinite distance from nucleus) is following compounds is
(1) It can never be zero for 2s orbital
OH OH OH OH
(2) It can be zero for 3p orbital
(3) It can be zero for 1s orbital
(4) It can be negative for 2p orbital
CH3 NO 2 NH 2 OCH3
Answer (2) I II III IV
Sol.  2 (probability density) can be zero for 3p
orbital other than infinite distance. It has one (1) III < I < II < IV
radial node. (2) IV < I < II < III
7. Consider the complex ions, (3) I < III < IV < II
trans-[Co(en)2Cl2]+ (A) and cis-[Co(en)2Cl2]+ (B). (4) I < IV < III < II
The correct statement regarding them is
Answer (None) Bonus
(1) both (A) and (B) can be optically active.
Sol. Order of boiling point of the following
(2) both (A) and (B) can not be optically active. compound is I < IV < II < III
(3) (A) can not be optically active, but (B) can I  B.P 202°C
be optically active.
II  B.P. 279°C
(4) (A) can be optically active, but (B) can not
be optically active. III  B.P. 284°C

Answer (3) IV  B.P. 243°C

Sol. trans-[Co(en) 2 Cl 2 ] + (A) contain a plane of 10. An element crystallises in a face-centred cubic
symmetry. It cannot be optically active. (fcc) unit cell with cell edge a. The distance
Whereas, (B) cis-[Co(en)2Cl2]+ does not contain between the centres of two nearest octahedral
any plane of symmetry. The compound (B) is voids in the crystal lattice is
optically active.
(1) a (2) 2a
8. The variation of molar conductivity with
concentration of an electrolyte (X) in aqueous a a
solution is shown in the given figure. (3) (4)
2 2

Answer (3)
Sol. Octahedral void in fcc is present at edge centre
Molar and body centre.
Conductivity

= Octahedral void
The electrolyte X is
(1) NaCl
(2) HCl
(3) CH3COOH
(4) KNO3 minimum distance between two nearest
Answer (3) 2 2
a a a
Sol. The electrolyte (X) must be weak electrolyte. So octahedral void is       
2
   2 2
X is CH3COOH.

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11. The following molecule acts as an Answer (3, 4)

N CHCl CHCl

(CH2)2 Sol. (3) shows


N G.l.
(Brompheniramine) CH3 H3 C CH 3
H 3C

H Cl Cl H
C C

Br shows
(1) Anti-depressant (2) Antiseptic (4) and G.l.
(3) Anti-bacterial (4) Anti-histamine CH3 CH3

Answer (4) 14. Reaction of ammonia with excess Cl2 gives


Sol. (1) NH4Cl and HCl (2) NCl3 and HCl
N
(CH 2) 2
(3) NCl3 and NH4Cl (4) NH4Cl and N2
N Answer (2)
Brompheniramine
(Dimetapp)
Sol. NH3  3Cl2 
 NCl3  3HCl
(excess) (explosive)

15. The rate constant (k) of a reaction is measured


Br
at different temperatures (T), and the data are
Brompheniramine act as antihistamines.
plotted in the given figure. The activation
[NCERT] energy of the reaction in kJ mol–1 is (R is gas
12. Hydrogen peroxide, in the pure state, is constant)

(1) linear and blue in color


10
(2) planar and blue in color
(3) linear and almost colorless In k
5
(4) non-planar and almost colorless
Answer (4)
0
Sol. 1 2 3 4 5
O H
3
Open book like 10
O structure T
H • Non planar
• Almost colorless (1) 1/R (2) 2/R
 (3) 2R (4) R
13. Among the following compounds geometrical Answer (3)
isomerism is exhibited by Ea

CHCl CH2 Sol. K  Ae RT

Ea
lnK  lnA 
RT
(1) (2)
E a 103
lnK  ln A 
103 RT
Cl
Ea 10
CHCl  
CHCl 103 R 5
Ea
  2  103
(3) (4) R
H 3C CH3 CH3  Ea = 2R kJ/mol.

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16. The major product formed in the following Me


reaction is (3)
Br
HBr
CH3CH == CHCH(CH3)2 
 NH2

(1) Br(CH2)3CH(CH3)2 Me Br

(2) CH3CH(Br)CH2CH(CH3)2
(4)
(3) CH3CH2CH(Br)CH(CH3)2 NH2
(4) CH3CH2CH2C(Br)(CH3)2 Answer (2)
Answer (4)

Sol. CH3CH == CHCH(CH3 )2 Sol. Me


AC2O/Pyridine
Me
+
H
H
CH3
+ NH2 NH COCH3
CH3CH2 – CH – C
CH Br2/FeCl3
Hydride
shift

CH3 Br Br
+ Me Me
CH3– CH2 – CH2 – C –
OH/

CH3
Br

Br NH2 NHCOCH3
CH3
CH3– CH2CH2 – C
CH3
19. Lattice enthalpy and enthalpy of solution of
NaCl are 788 kJ mol –1 and 4 kJ mol –1 ,
17. Boron and silicon of very high purity can be
respectively. The hydration enthalpy of NaCl is
obtained through
(1) vapour phase refining (1) 784 kJ mol–1

(2) electrolytic refining (2) –780 kJ mol–1

(3) liquation (3) 780 kJ mol–1


(4) zone refining (4) –784 kJ mol–1
Answer (4) Answer (4)
Sol. For boron and silicon zone refining is used
Sol.  SolH   latticeH   Hyd.H
18. The final major product of the following
reaction is 4  788   Hyd.H
Me  Hyd.H  784 kJ / mol
(i) Ac2O/Pyridine


(ii) Br2 , FeCl3
(iii) OH /  20. The one that is NOT suitable for the removal of
NH2 permanent hardness of water is
Me
(1) Calgon’s method
(1)
Br (2) Ion-exchange method
NH2 (3) Clark’s method
Br
Me (4) Treatment with sodium carbonate
(2) Answer (3)
Sol. Clark’s method is used to remove temporary
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23. For a dimerization reaction,


SECTION - II
2A(g)  A2(g),
Numerical Value Type Questions: This section
contains 5 questions. The answer to each question is at 298 K, U° = –20 kJ mol–1, S° = –30
a NUMERICAL VALUE. For each question, enter the JK–1 mol–1, then the G° will be _____ J.
correct numerical value (in decimal notation,
truncated/roundedoff to the second decimal place; Answer (–13537.57)
e.g. 06.25, 07.00, -00.33, -00.30, 30.27, -27.30) using Sol. 2A(g)  A2(g)
the mouse and the on-screen virtual numeric keypad
U° = – 20 kJ/mol and S° = – 30 J/K mol
in the place designated to enter the answer.
H° = U° + ngRT
21. For a reaction X + Y = 2Z, 1.0 mol of X, 1.5 mol
of Y and 0.5 mol of Z were taken in a 1 L vessel = – 20000 – 1 × 8.314 × 298
and allowed to react. At equilibrium, the = – 22477.57
concentration of Z was 1.0 mol L –1 . The
G° = H° – TS°
equilibrium constant of the reaction is ______
x = –22477.57 + 298 × 30
. The value of x is _______.
15 = – 13537.57
Answer (16.00) 24. The number of chiral carbons present in
Sol. X + Y 
 2Z sucrose is _____.
Answer (09.00)
t=0 1 1.5 0.5
t = eq 1–0.25 1.5–0.25 0.5+0.5 CH2OH
HOH2C
(1)2
x H * O H O OH
 Keq  
0.75  1.25 15 * OH H * * H HO *
Sol.
HO O CH2OH
15 * * * *
 x  16
0.75  1.25 H OH OH H
22. The volume, in mL, of 0.02 M K2Cr2O7 solution
required to react with 0.288 g of ferrous No. of chiral centres = 9
oxalate in acidic medium is _______. 25. Considering that 0 > P, the magnetic moment
(Molar mass of Fe = 56 g mol–1) (in BM) of [Ru(H2O)6]2+ would be _____.

Answer (50.00) Answer (0.00)

Sol. m. eq. of K2Cr2O7 = m. eq. of FeC2O4 Sol. As 0 > P


 Pairing of e–s will take place
FeC2O 4  Cr2O72  Fe3  CO2  Cr 3
Ru2+(Z = 44) = [Kr]4d6
0.288  3  1000
 V  0.02  6  No. of unpaired e–s = 0
144
V = 50 mL  Magnetic moment = 0 B.M

  

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PART–C : MATHEMATICS

2
SECTION - I i
Sol.  1  3 i  2.e 3
Multiple Choice Questions: This section contains 20
i

multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 and 1  i  2.e 4
choices (1), (2), (3) and (4), out of which ONLY ONE 30
30   2   
 1 3i   i
is correct. So,    2 e 3 4  

 1 i   
Choose the correct answer :  

1. If the sum of the second, third and fourth terms  i
 215.e 2  215.i
of a positive term G.P. is 3 and the sum of its
sixth, seventh and eighth terms is 243, then the 3. Which of the following points lies on the
sum of the first 50 terms of this G.P. is : tangent to the curve x 4 ey  2 y  1  3 at the
point (1, 0)?
(1)
13

2 50
3 –1  (1) (2, 2) (2) (–2, 4)
(3) (2, 6) (4) (–2, 6)

(2)
13

1 50
3 –1  Answer (4)

Sol. x 4 .ey  2 y  1  3

(3)
26

1 49
3 –1  Differentiating w.r.t. x, we get

 4x3  x 4 .y  ey  y
0
(4)
26

1 50
3 –1   yat (1, 0) = –2
1 y

Answer (4) Equation of tangent;


Sol. Let the first term be ‘a’ and common ratio be y – 0 = –2 (x – 1)  2x + y = 2
‘r’. Only (–2, 6) lies on it
 ar(1 + r + r2) = 3 ...(i) 4. If a + x = b + y = c + z + 1, where a, b, c, x, y, z
and ar5 (1 + r + r2) = 243 ...(ii) are non-zero distinct real numbers, then
From (i) and (ii), x ay xa
y b  y y  b is equal to :
1 z cy zc
r4 = 81  r = 3 and a 
13
(1) y(b – a) (2) y(a – b)

   350  1
(3) y(a – c) (4) 0
a r 50  1
S50  Answer (2)
r1 26
x ay xa x a xa x 1 xa
30 y b y yb  y b yb  y y 1 yb
 –1  i 3  Sol.
2. The value of   is : z cy zc z c zc z 1 zc
 1 i 
x 1 xa
 0 y yx 0 0 R2  R2  R1
(1) –215 i (2) –215
R3  R3  R1
zx 0 1
(3) 215 i (4) 65 = –y(x – y) = – y(b – a)
Answer (1) = y (a – b)

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5. Let y = y(x) be the solution of the differential 7. If the mean and the standard deviation of the
dy   data 3, 5, 7, a, b are 5 and 2 respectively, then
equation cos x  2y sin x  sin2x, x   0,  . If a and b are the roots of the equation :
dx  2
y(/3) = 0, then y(/4) is equal to : (1) x2 – 20x + 18 = 0 (2) 2x2 – 20x + 19 = 0
1 (3) x2 – 10x + 18 = 0 (4) x2 – 10x + 19 = 0
(1) 1 (2) 2 2
2 Answer (4)
(3) 2  2 (4) 2  2 357 ab
Sol. Mean   5  a  b  10
Answer (2) 5

dy 32  52  72  a2  b2 2
Sol.  2y tan x  2 sin x Variance   5  4
dx 5
 a2 + b2 = 62
I.F.  e 
2 tan x dx
 sec2 x
 (a + b)2 – 2ab = 62
2 2
 y.sec x   2 sinx.sec xdx  c
 ab = 19
 ysec2x = 2secx + c So a and b are the roots of the equation
 x2 – 10x + 19 = 0
When x  , y  0; then c  4
3
8. There are 3 sections in a question paper and
2sec x  4 each section contains 5 questions. A candidate
 y sec2 x  2 sec x  4  y 
sec2 x has to answer a total of 5 questions, choosing
at least one question from each section. Then
 the number of ways, in which the candidate
 y   2  2
4 can choose the questions, is :

 2 4  (1) 2250 (2) 3000


x  e( 1 x  x  1)/x  1
(3) 1500 (4) 2255
6. lim  
x0 2 4 Answer (1)
1 x  x  1
Sol. Each section has 5 questions.
(1) is equal to 0. (2) is equal to e.
 Total number of selection of 5 questions
(3) is equal to 1. (4) does not exist.
= 3 × 5C1 × 5C1 × 5C3 + 3 × 5C1 × 5C2 × 5C2
Answer (3)
= 3 × 5 × 5 × 10 + 3 × 5 × 10 × 10
 2 4
1 x  x  1 
= 750 + 1500
 x 
x e  1 2 4
1 x  x  1 = 2250
  e x 1
Sol. lim  lim 9. If x = 1 is a critical point of the function
x 0 1  x2  x 4  1 x 0 1  x2  x 4  1 f(x) = (3x2 + ax – 2 – a) ex, then :
x
2
x  x3
(1) x = 1 is a local maxima and x = – is a
3
1 x2  x 4 local minima of f.
e 1 1
 lim
x0 x  x3 2
(2) x = 1 and x = – are local maxima of f..
1 1  x2  x 4 3
2
2 (3) x = 1 and x = – are local minima of f..
1
x  x3 x  x3 
3
1     ...  1
 
1  1  x2  x 4 2!  1  1  x2  x 4  2
 lim
x0 x  x3 (4) x = 1 is a local minima and x = – is a local
3
1  1  x2  x 4 maxima of f.
=1 Answer (4)

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Sol. f(x) = (3x2 + ax – 2 – a)ex 3 –2


Sol. 7x2 – 3x – 2 = 0      ,  
f(x) = (6x + a)ex + (3x2 + ax – 2 – a)ex 7 7
f(x) = (3x2 + (a + 6) x – 2)ex  
Now 
 x = 1 is critical point : 1–  2
1– 2
 f(1) = 0  – (   )   (   ) – (   )
 
(3 + a + 6 – 2). e = 0 2 2
1– (   )  ( ) 2
1– (   )2  2  ( )2
a = –7
3 2 3
 f(x) = (3x2 – x – 2)ex  
7 7 7 21  6 27
  
= (3x + 2) (x – 1)ex 9 –2 4 49 – 9 – 28  4 16
1–  2 
49 7 49
–2/3 12. If the length of the chord of the circle,
2 x2 + y2 = r2 (r > 0) along the line, y – 2x = 3 is r,
 x is point of local maxima.
3 then r2 is equal to :
and x = 1 is point of local minima. 9 24
10. If for some  R, the lines (1) (2)
5 5
x + 1 y – 2 z –1 12
L1 : = = and (3) (4) 12
2 –1 1 5
x + 2 y + 1 z +1 Answer (3)
L2 : = = are coplanar,,
 5– 1
Sol. In right CDB -
then the line L2 passes through the point :
CD
(1) (10, 2, 2) (2) (2, –10, –2) sin60 
r
(3) (10, –2, –2) (4) (–2, 10, 2)
Answer (2)
x1 y2 z1 C(0, 0)
Sol. The lines are L1 :  
2 1 1
r
x2 y1 z1 60°
and L2 :   are coplanar A B
 5 1 D r/2
1 3 2
 2 1 1 0 3 3r
 CD  r  
2 2
 5 1
Now equation of AB is
1(– 1 – 5 +) – 3(2 – ) + 2 (10 – 2  + ) = 0
y – 2x – 3 = 0
  = –4
x2 y1 z1 3r 0  0 – 3
 Equation of L2 :   So 
4 9 1 2 5
 Point (2, –10, –2) lies on line L2
3r 3 2 3 12
  r  r2 
11. If  and  are the roots of the equation, 2 5 5 5
 
7x2 – 3x – 2 = 0, then the value of + 13. The statement  p  (q  p)    p  (p  q)  is
2
1–  1– 2
is equal to :
(1) a tautology
1 27
(1) (2) (2) equivalent to (p  q) (~ p)
24 32
(3) a contradiction
3 27
(3) (4) (4) equivalent to (p  q)  (~ q)
8 16
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Sol. (p  (q  p))  (p  (p  q)) is So equations are


By truth table x + y + 3z = 0 ...(i)

p q pq p (p  q) q p p (q  p) (p (q  p))


x + 3y + 9z = 0 ...(ii)
 (p  ( p  q)) 3x + y + 3z = 0 ...(iii)
T T T T T T T Now (i) – (ii)
T F T T T T T
F T T T F T T y
–2y – 6z = 0  y = –3z   –3 ...(iv)
F F F T T T T z
Now,
So it is tautology.
(i) – (iii)
14. If the sum of the first 20 terms of the series
–2x = 0  x = 0
log 1/2 x  log 1/3 x  log 1/4 x  ... is 460,
(7 ) (7 ) (7 ) y
So x   0 – 3  –3
then x is equal to z
(1) 72 (2) e2    2
16. If L  sin2   – sin  8  and
(3) 71/2 (4) 746/21  16   
Answer (1)    
M  cos2   – sin2   , then
Sol. S  log7 x2  log7 x3  log7 x 4  .....20 terms  16  8
1 1 
 log7 (x2  x3  x 4  .......x21)  460 given (1) L  –  cos
2 2 2 8
 log7 x(2  3 4....21)  460
1 1 
(2) M   cos
 (2  3  4  ....  21)log7 x  460 2 2 2 8

20 1 1 
 (2  21)log7 x  460 (3) M   cos
2 4 2 4 8
460 1 1 
log7 x  2 (4) L  – cos
230 4 2 4 8
x = 72 = 49 Answer (2)
15. If the system of linear equations   1
Sol. L  M  1  2 sin2  cos  ...(i)
x + y + 3z = 0 8 4 2
x + 3y + k2z = 0 
and L  M   cos ...(ii)
3x + y + 3z = 0 8
has a non-zero solution (x, y, z) for some k  R , By (i) and (ii)

 y 1 1  1 1 
then x    is equal to L   cos    cos
z 2 2 8 2 2 2 8
(1) 9 (2) 3
1 1  1 1 
(3) –9 (4) –3 & M   cos    cos
2 2 8 2 2 2 8
Answer (4) 17. If the line y = mx + c is a common tangent to
1 1 3 x2 y2
the hyperbola   1 and the circle
Sol. Here 1 3 k2  0 100 64
x2 + y2 = 36, then which one of the following is
3 1 3
true ?
1(9 – k2) – 1 (3 – 3k2) + 3 (1 – 9) = 0 (1) 5m = 4 (2) 8m + 5 = 0
9– k2 –3+ 3k2 – 24 = 0 (3) c2 = 369 (4) 4c2 = 369
2k2 = 18  k2 = 9, k = ±3 Answer (4)

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Sol. General tangent to hyperbola in slope form is Answer (3)

y  mx  100m2  64   1  x2 – 1  
 1  x2 – 1   d  tan  
–1
and that of cirlce is 
d  tan–1     x 
   
y  mx  6 1 m2  x 
   dx
Sol. 
For common tangent   2x 1– x2     2 
d  tan–1    d  tan–1  2x 1– x  
36(1 + m2) = 100m2 – 64   1– 2x2     1– 2x2  
     
100 = 64m2
dx
100
 m2 
64   1  x2 – 1  
Simplifying  tan–1    Put x = tan
 100  164  36 369   x 
 c2  36  1     
 64  64 4
 4c = 369
2

 tan–1 
 sec  – 1 
–1    
 1– 1– 2 sin2  / 2 

cos    tan  2 sin  / 2 cos  / 2   2
 tan    
18. If  5  7sin   2 cos2  d  Aloge B()  C,  
B()
where C is a constant of integration, then  1  x2 – 1  tan–1 x
A  tan–1  
can be :  x  2
 
2 sin   1 2 sin   1
(1) (2)  2x 1– x2 
5(sin   3) sin   3
& similarly tan–1   Put x = sin
5(2sin   1) 5(sin   3)  1– 2x 2 
(3) (4)
sin   3 2 sin   1
Answer (3)  sin2 
 tan–1  –1
  2 = 2sin x
Sol. Let sin = t  cos 2  
dt Hence required derivative
  5  7t  2  2t 2
1
1 2(1  x2 ) 1– x2 3
t  
1 dt 1 2
2
  ln c 2 2
4(1  x ) 10
2 2 5 t3
7 5
t  4  4 1– x2 x
1
    2

1 2t  1 20. The area (in sq. units) of the region A = {(x, y)


 ln c
5 t3 : (x – 1)[x]  y  2 x, 0  x  2}, where [t]
2 sin   1 1 denotes the greatest integer function, is :
 B()  and A =
2(sin   3) 5
8 4
B() 5(2 sin   1) (1) 2 1 (2) 2 1
  3 3
A (sin   3)
8 1 4 1
(3) 2 (4) 2
 1  x2  1  3 2 3 2
19. The derivative of tan1   with
Answer (3)
 x 
 
 2x 1  x2  Sol. If x  (0, 1) we have [x] = 0
respect to tan1   at x  1 is :
 1  2x2  2
  0y2 x
2 3 2 3
(1) (2)
3 5 & if x  (1, 2) we have [x] = 1
3 3
(3) (4) (x – 1)  y  2 x
10 12
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y=2x and equation of tangent at B(2, 0)


y =x–1 y = 1(x – 2)
 x–y=2
1 2 So a = 1 and b = 2
1 2
 
A   2 xdx   2 x –  x – 1 dx  
a
b
= 0.5
0 1

3 1 2 23. In a bombing attack, there is 50% chance that


2 3 2
4x 4x 2 x2 2 a bomb will hit the target. Atleast two
  – x1
3 3 2 independent hits are required to destroy the
1
0 1 target completely. Then the minimum number
of bombs, that must be dropped to ensure that
4 4
3 3
 

1
 2 2 – 1 – 2 –   1
2  3

8 2 1

2
there is at least 99% chance of completely
destroying the target, is ______.
SECTION - II Answer (11)
Numerical Value Type Questions: This section Sol. Let ‘n’ bombs are required, then
contains 5 questions. The answer to each question
is a NUMERICAL VALUE. For each question, enter 1 n–1 0 n
 1  1  1  1 99
the correct numerical value (in decimal notation, 1– n C1 ·     – n C0     
 2  2  2  2 100
truncated/rounded off to the second decimal place;
e.g. 06.25, 07.00, -00.33, -00.30, 30.27, -27.30) using 1 n1
 
the mouse and the on-screen virtual numeric 100 2n
keypad in the place designated to enter the answer.
 2n  100(n + 1)
21. Let A = {a, b, c} and B = {1, 2, 3, 4}. Then the
 n  11
number of elements in the set C = {f : A  B |
2  f(A) and f is not one-one} is ______.   
24. Let the vectors a, b, c be such thatt
Answer (19)   
a  2, b  4 and c  4. If the projection of
Sol. The desired functions will contain either one
   
element or two elements in its codomain of b on a is equal to the projection of c on a
which ‘2’ always belongs to f(A).  
and b is perpendicular to c, then the value of
 The set B can be   
{2}, {1, 2}, {2, 3}, {2, 4} a  b  c is ________.
Total number of functions Answer (6)
= 1 + (23 – 2)3
= 19 Sol. Projection of b on a = Projection of c on a
22. If the lines x + y = a and x – y = b touch the  a·b=a·c
curve y = x2 – 3x + 2 at the points where the
a Given b · c = 0
curve intersects the x-axis, then is equal
b
to _______. 2 2 2 2
 a+b–c = a + b + c + 2a.b – 2b·c – 2a·c
Answer (0.50)
Sol. y = (x – 1)(x – 2), this curve intersects the x-axis = 4 + 16 + 16
at A(1, 0) and B(2, 0)
= 36
dy dy dy
 = 2x – 3 ; = –1 and =1  a+b+c=6
dx dx  x  1 dx  x  2
Equation of tangent at A(1, 0) ; 25. The coefficient of x 4 in the expansion of
y = –1(x –1) (1 + x + x2 + x3)6 in powers of x, is ______.
 x+y=1 Answer (120)

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6 = coefficient of x4 in
2 3 6
 1– x 4 
Sol. (1 + x + x + x ) =  
 1– x 
 
(1 – 6x4) 1+ C1 x + C2 x +....
6 7 2
6
 1– x 4 
Coefficient of x4 in   = coefficient of x4
 1– x 
  = 9C4 – 6.1 = 126 – 6 = 120
in (1 – 6x4)(1 – x)–6

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