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2.

PART-A
SECTION - I

A block of mass 1kg initially at rest is dropped


from a height h on the a spring of force constant
k = 50N/m. The maximum compression in the
spring is x =1m then height h of the block is :

Straight Objective Type


This

section

contains

28

multiple

choice

questions. Each question has 4 choices (1), (2),


(3) and (4) for its answer, out of which ONLY ONE
is correct.

1.

Two bodies with masses m1 and m2 (m2 > m1)

(1) 3 m

connected by an ideal string lie on a smooth

(3)

(2)

5
m
2

3
m
2

(4) 5 m

horizontal table. When constant force F is


3.
applied on m2 towards right then tension is
string is T1, Now when F is applied on m1
towards left then tension in string is T2 then .
T1

m1

m2

An ideal string and three ideal pulley are


arranged in such a way so that pulley P1 and
P2 are fixed on ground and third pulley is
movable. A vertical constant force F is
applied on P3 so that string remains tight and
the string forms an equilateral triangle. Then
tension in string is. [Assume pulley to be very
small]
F

m1

T2

P3

m2

(1) T1 > T2
P2

P1

(2) T1 < T2
(3) T1 = T2
(1)
(4) T1 and T2 cannot be compared form given
data

(3)

F
2

(2) 0

F
3

(4) F

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4.

A stone is projected with a velocity of 10 m/s

7.

at angle of 37 with horizontal. Its average

For the equilibrium condition shown, the cords


are strong enough to withstand a maximum

velocity till it reaches the highest position is :


(Assume horizontal direction as x-axis and
vertically upward direction as +y-axis)

tension 100 N. What is the largest value of W


(in newton) that can be suspended :

53
(1) 4i 3j

(2) 8i 6j

53

(3) 8i 3j

(4) 8i
5.

(1) 100 N
(2) 35 N

It is raining with a velocity of 5 2 m/s at an


angle of 45 with vertical. To a man driving

(3) 80N

with constant velocity v down the inclined


plane the rain appears to move vertically

(4) 55 N

upwards with a velocity of 5 m/s. If is the


angle of the incline plane with the horizontal,
then v and are :
(1) 5 m/s , tan1 5

8.

A ship is sailing due north with speed 9 m/s


in sea. Wind is blowing with speed

2 m/s

(2) 5 5 m/s, tan1 5


(3) 5 5 m/s, tan1

from SW direction. A person holding a flag

1
2

in his hand running on the deck of ship with

(4) 5 5 m/s, tan1 2

6.

speed 3 m/s due east relative to ship.

A body dropped from top of a tower, covers a

Direction in which flag will flutter is :

distance 7h in last second of its motion,


where h is distance covered in first second,

(1) tan1(2) W of N

then total time of flight will be.

(2) tan1(2) S of E

(1) 2s

(3) tan1(2) N of W

(2) 3s

(4) none of these

(3) 4s
(4) 8s
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9.

Power delivered to a body varies as P = 3 t .

11.

Force-time graph of a particle moving in a


straight line is shown in figure. Mass of

Find out the change in kinetic energy of the

particle is 4 kg and the particle starts from


rest. Work done by all the forces acting on
the particle between time interval t = 0 to

body from t = 2 to t = 4 sec.


(1) 16 J

t = 6 s is

(2) 64 J
(3) 56 J
(4) 48 J

10.

Particles A and B are moving with constant


(1) 400 J

velocity in two perpendicular directions as

(2) 200 J

shown in diagram at t = 0, then the velocity of

(3) 800 J
separation between A and B at t = 1 second is :

(4) 80 J
12.

A perfect smooth sphere A of mass 2kg is in


contact with a rectangular block B of mass
4kg and vertical wall as shown in the figure.
All surfaces are smooth. The normal reaction

(1) 5 2 m/s

(2)

7
2

by vertical wall on sphere A is : (g = 10 m/s2)

m/s

(3) 7 2 m/s

(4)

5
2

(1) 45 N
m/s

(2) 40 N
(3) 50 N
(4) 42 N

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13.

A block of mass m is placed on a rough

15.

A small frictionless block slides with velocity

horizontal surface. The coefficient of static

0.5 gr on the horizontal surface as shown

friction and kinetic friction are given to be s

in the Figure. The block leaves the surface at

and k respectively. A constant horizontal

point C. The angle in the Figure is :

force F0 is applied to the block. The distance


travelled by the block in t0 seconds is :
(Given : m = 2kg, s = 0.3, k = 0.2,
F0 = 10N, t0 = 4 sec)

(1) cos1 (4/9)

(1) 16 m

14.

(2) 24 m

(2) cos1(3/4)

(3) zero

(3) cos1(1/2)

(4) None of these

(4) none of the above

A particle of mass 2 kg is subjected to a


force which varies with distance as shown in

16.

A is highest point on the path of a projectile.


If the average velocity of the projectile

figure. If it starts its journey from rest at x = 0,


between O and A is 8i 3j then tan is :
its velocity at x = 15 m is

y
u

O
(1) 10 m/s
(2) 0 m/s
(3) 20 2 m/s

(1) 3/8
(2) 1
(3) 3/4
(4) data is not sufficient

(4) 20 3 m/s

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17.

A point mass m is suspended from a light

18.

In the system shown in figure acceleration of


the two blocks is :

thread of length , fixed at O, is whirled in a

4 kg

horizontal circle at constant speed as


shown, the forces on the mass are
8 kg

30
l

(1) 4/3 m/s2

(2) 2/3 m/s2


T

(1)

(3) 20/3 m/s2


(4) 10/3 m/s2

19.

In the figure a block slides along a track

from one level to a higher level, by moving


through an intermediate valley. The track is

(2)

frictionless until the block reaches the

higher level. There a frictional force stops

the block in a distance d. The blocks initial


F

speed v0 is 6m/s, the height difference h is

(3)

1.1 m and the coefficient of kinetic friction

is 0.6. The value of d is :


T

(4)

(1) 1.17 m

(2) 1.71 m

(3) 7.11 m

(4) 11.7 m

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20.

Initially the block is at rest acceleration of the

23.

Contact force between the blocks is :

block is :

(1) 8 N
(2) 12 N
(1) 2 m/s

(2) 0 m/s

(3) 1 m/s2

(4) 0.5 m/s2

(3) 16 N
(4) None of these

21.

A body of mass 2 kg is kept stationary by


pressing it against a vertical wall by a force
of 100 N. The coefficient of friction between
wall and body is 0.3. Then the frictional force
is equal to

24.

Two blocks m1 = 4kg and m2 = 2kg,


connected by a weightless rod on a plane

(1) 100 N

having inclination of 370. The coefficients of

(2) 20 N

dynamic friction of m1 and m2 with the

(3) 30 N
inclined plane are = 0.25. Then the

(4) 10 N

common acceleration of the two blocks and


22.

Block A of mass 4 kg and block B of mass


6 kg are resting on a horizontal surface as

the tension in the rod are :

shown in the figure. There is no friction


between the block B and the horizontal
surface. The coefficient of friction between
the blocks is 0.2. If the value of g = 10 ms

the maximum horizontal foce F that can be


applied on block B without any relative

(1) 2 m/s2, T = 5 N

motion between A and B is


(2) 10 m/s2 ,T = 0 N
(3) 15 m/s2, T = 9N
(1) 20 N
(2) 40 N
(3) 60 N

(4) 4 m/s2, T = 0

(4) 100 N
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25.

The blocks A and B are released as shown

27.

The blocks A and B are arranged as shown

in the figure. Friction is absent everywhere.

in the figure. The pulley is frictionless. The

Find the ratio of magnitude of acceleration of

mass of A is 10 kg. The coefficient of friction

block A and acceleration of block B

between block A and horizontal surface is


0.20. The minimum mass of B to start the
motion will beP
A

(1) 3/4
(2) 4/3

(1) 2 kg

(3) 1

(2) 0.2 kg

(4) zero

(3) 5 kg
(4) 10 kg

26.

Two masses of 10 kg and 20 kg respectively


are connected by a massless spring as shown

28.

A heavy particle of mass 1kg is suspended


from a massless string attached to a roof. A

in figure. A force of 200 N acts on the 20 kg

horizontal force F is applied to the particle

mass at the instant when the 10 kg mass has

such that in the equilibrium position the string

an acceleration of 12 ms

makes an angle 60 with the vertical. The

towards right, the

magnitude of the force F equals

acceleration of the 20 kg mass is :


10kg

20kg
60

200 N

(1) 2 ms2
(2) 4ms2

(1) 10 N
(2) 10 3 N

(3) 10ms2
(4) 20ms

(3) 5 N

(4)

10
3

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30.

STATEMENT-1 : W hile drawing a line on

SECTION - II
a paper, friction force acts on paper in

Reasoning Type
the same direction along which line is
This section contains 2 reasoning type questions.
drawn on the paper.
Each question has 4 choices (1), (2), (3) and (4),

STATEMENT-2 : Friction always opposes

out of which ONLY ONE is correct.


motion.
(1) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True;
29.

STATEMENT-1 : A man standing in a lift


which is moving upward, will feel his weight
to be greater than when the lift was at rest.
STATEMENT-2 : If the acceleration of the lift
is a upward, then the man of mass m shall
feel his weight to be equal to normal reaction
(N) exerted by the lift given by N = m(g+a)

Statement-2 is a correct explanation for


Statement-1.
(2) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True;
Statement-2 is NOT a correct explanation for
Statement-1
(3) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is False
(4) Statement-1 is False, Statement-2 is True

(where g is acceleration due to gravity)


(1) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True;
Statement-2 is a correct explanation for
Statement-1.
(2) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True;
Statement-2 is NOT a correct explanation for
Statement-1
(3) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is False
(4) Statement-1 is False, Statement-2 is True

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32.

PART B

Which of

the following relations is/are

Atomic masses : [H = 1, D = 2, Li = 7, C = 12,

correct:

N = 14, O = 16, F = 19, Na = 23, Mg = 24, Al = 27,

(i) 98.6F > 298 K > 17C

Si = 28, P = 31, S = 32, Cl = 35.5, K = 39, Ca = 40,

(ii) 1 torr < 1 pascal < 1 cm of Hg < 1 bar < 1

Cr = 52, Mn = 55, Fe = 56, Cu = 63.5, Zn = 65,


atm

As = 75, Br = 80, Ag = 108, I = 127, Ba = 137,

(iii) 1 cm = 1 mL < 1 dm = 1 L < 1 m

Hg = 200, Pb = 207]

(iv) 10 J = 1 MJ = 10
SECTION - I

KJ

(1) (i), (ii) & (iii) only

Straight Objective Type

(2) (iii) only

This section contains 30 multiple choice

(3) (i) & (iii) only

questions. Each question has 4 choices (1),

(4) (i), (ii), (iii) & (iv) all

(2), (3) and (4) for its answer, out of which


33.

What is the number of photons of light with a

ONLY ONE is correct.


wavelength of 4000 pm that provide 1J of
31.

energy?

Use the data given in the following table to


calculate

the

molar

mass

of

16

photons

10

photons

23

photons

16

photons

(1) 2.012 10

naturally

(2) 2.012 10

occurring argon isotopes:

(3) 2.012 10
Isotope
36

Ar

38

Ar

40

Ar

Isotopic
molar mass

Abundance

(4) 20.12 10
1

35.96755 g mol

37.96272 g mol

39.9624 g mol

0.337%
0.063%
99.600%

34.

The energy of second Bohr's orbit in H-atom


-1

is -328 kJ mol , hence the energy of fourth


Bohr orbit would be :
-1

(1) -82 kJ mol

(1) 39.948 g mol

-1

(2) -41 kJ mol

(3) -1312 kJ mol

(2) 37.96272 g mol

-1

(3) 38.48562 g mol

-1

(4) 39.9624 g mol

(4) -164 kJ mol

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35.

Light of wavelength falls on a metal having

38.

NH3 is formed in the following steps :

work function 2hc/1. Photoelectric effect will

I : Ca + C CaC2

take place only if:

II : CaC2 + N2 CaCN2 + C 100% yield

(1) 1

III : CaCN2 + H2O NH3 + CaCO3

50% yield

100% yield

(2) 21

To obtain 2 mol NH3, calcium required is :

(3) 1

(1) 1 mol

(4) 1 / 2

(2) 2 mol
(3) 3 mol

36.

th

Let the total number of orbitals in a shell be

(4) 4 mol

16 and value of azimuthal quantum number


for the unpaired electron in vanadium atom

39.

Which of the following graphs is correct?

(Z = 23) be 'b', then find the sum (a + b).

PV
(1)

(1) 4
(2) 5

T
(at constant amount of gas)

(3) 6
(4) 3

37.

Calcium carbonate reacts with aqueous HCl

(2)

to give CaCl2 and CO2 according to the


reaction,
CaCO3 (s) + 2 HCl (aq) CaCl2 (aq) +
CO2(g) + H2O(l).

(3)

What mass of CaCO3 is required to react


completely with 25mL of 0.75 M HCl?
(1) 0.938 g
(2) 2.938 g
(3) 10 g

(4)

(4) 9.38 g

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40.

What will be the pressure exerted by a

42.

mixture of 3.2 g of methane and 4.4 g of

represented by the curve as shown.

carbon dioxide contained in a 9 dm flask at


1

Distribution of molecules with velocity is

Velocity at point A is :

27C ? (R = 0.0821 lit. atm.K .mol )


(1) 0.821 atm.
(2) 8.21atm
(3) 0.0821atm
(4) 82.21atm

41.

Identify the correct statement(s)

(1)

3RT
M

(2)

2RT
M

(3)

8RT
M

(4)

RT
M

I - Average translational kinetic energy is


independent of the amount of the gas.
II - If a gas expands at constant temperature,
it

indicates

that

pressure

of

the

gas

increases :

43.

Two chemically non-reactive gases are

III- If temperature of gas is increased from T

contained separately in two bulbs of same

K to 2T K then pressure of gas increases to

capacity at pressure P1 and P2 under similar

double value in a constant volume container.

conditions respectively. If the two bulbs are

(1) I, II and III

connected, the pressure of gaseous mixture

(2) I and III

after some time would be :

(3) II and III

(1) equal to (P1 + P2)

(4) and

(2) greater than (P1 + P2)


(3) less than (P1 + P2)
(4) Cannot be predicted

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44.

Two glass bulbs A (of 100 mL capacity), and

46.

The

IUPAC

name

of

the

compound

B (of 150 mL capacity) containing same gas


is :

are connected by a small tube of negligible


volume.

At

particular

temperature

the

(1) 3,3-dimethyl-1-hydroxy cyclohexane

pressure in A was found to be 20 times more

(2) 1, 1 dimethyl3hydroxy cyclohexane

than that in bulb B. The stopcock is opened

(3) 3,3-dimethyl-1-cyclohexanol

without

(4) 1,1-dimethyl-3-cyclohexanol

changing

the

temperature.

The

pressure in A will
47.

(1) drop by 75%

The correct IUPAC name of the compound


is-

(2) drop by 57%

CH3
|
CH3 CH2C CH CHCH2CH3
|
CH3 CH2 CH CH2 CH2 CH2 CH3

(3) drop by 25%


(4) will remain same

(1) 5,6-diethyl-8-methyldec-6-ene
45.

A vessel initially contains two gases A and B

(2) 5,6-diethyl-3-methyldec-4-ene

in the mass ratio 2 : 1 respectively. If the

(3) 6-butyl-5-ethyl-3-methyl-oct-4-ene

above gas mixture is allowed to effuse

(4) 2,4,5-triethyl-3-ene

through a hole, the molar composition of the


mixture coming initially out of the hole

48.

Which of the following pairs of structures do

is 1 : 4.

not represent isomers

Find the ratio of the moles of gases A and B

(1)

and

present in the vessel in the beginning


respectively :

(2)

and

(3)

and

(4)

and

(1) 1 : 2
(2) 8 : 1
(3) 2 : 1
(4) 1 : 8

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49.

Which of the following pairs of compounds

52.

are ring-chain isomers ?

Which of the following is correct statement ?


(1) SO2 is anhydride of sulphuric acid

(1) Propene and cyclopropene

(2) NO2 is anhydride of nitric acid

(2) 1-Propanol and methoxyethane

(3) Cl2O7 is anhydride of perchloric acid

(3) 1-Propanol and epoxypropane


(4) N2O is anhydride of nitrous acid
(4) Propene and cyclopropane
53.
50.

Which one of the following has the regular

Which of the following statement is not


correct -

tetrahedral structure?

(1) CH3

(Atomic nos. : B = 5, S = 16, Xe = 54)


(1) BF4

shows sp2-hybridisation whereas

CH3 shows sp3-hybridisation

(2) SF4

(2) NH4 has a regular tetrahedral geometry


(3) XeF4
(3) sp2-hybridised orbitals have equal s and
(4) XeO2F4
p character
(4) Hybridisation orbitals always form
51.

Which of the following is wrong -bonds


(1) NH3 < PH3 < AsH3 Acidic character
54.

(2) Li < Be < B < C IE1

A molecule which can not exist theoretically


is:

(3) Al2O3 < MgO < Na2O < K2O Basic


(1) SF4

character
(4) Li+ < Na+ < K+ < Cs+ Ionic radius

(2) OF2
(3) OF4
(4) O2F2

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55.

IUPAC

name

of

the

compound

57.

Alkane that give only one alkyl-chloride upon


reaction with chlorine inpresence of light.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

is

(1) 2-Ethanoyl oxy-3-methoxycarbonyl


58.

In P4, P4O6 and P4O10 have how many

cyclopropane carboxylic acid


bonds respectively?
(2) 2-Methoxycarbonyl-3-ethanoyloxy
(1) 12, 6, 16
cyclopropane carboxylic acid
(2) 16, 6, 12
(3) Methyl-2-carboxy-3-ethanoyloxy

(3) 6, 12, 16

cyclopropane carboxylate

(4) 16, 16, 12

(4) 2-Methoxycarbonyl-3-carboxy cyclopropyl

59.

ethanoate

Correct order of bond angle in CH2F2


(1) H C H > H C F > F C F
(2) F C F > H C F > H C H

56.

The minimum number of carbon atoms in an


(3) H C H > F C F > H C F
alkane, alkene and alkyne with one smallest
(4) H C F > F C F > H C H
side chain is given by the set
60.

Number of SS bond in H2SxO6

(1) 3, 4, 5
(1) x
(2) 4, 4, 5
(2) (x 1)
(3) 4, 5, 5,
(3) x 2
(4) 4, 6, 4

(4) x + 1

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64.

PART C

The roots of the equation ix 4x 4i = 0 are

SECTION - I

(1) 2i

Straight Objective Type

(2) 2i

This section contains 30 multiple choice questions.


(3) 2i, 2i
Each question has 4 choices (1), (2), (3) and (4) for
(4) 2i, 2i

its answer, out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

61.

Let A = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5}; B = {2, 3, 6, 7}. Then


the number of elements in (A B) (B A)
is

62.

If graph of y = ax + bx + c is as shown
below, then which of the following options

(1) 18

(2) 6

(3) 4

(4) 0

65.

(logx a.loga y.logy z)

is/are true ?

is equal to

(1) x
(2) y
(3) z

(1)

bc
2a

bc
2a

(2)

b
2a

b
2a

(4) None of these


63.

If p, q, r, s R then equation
2

(x + px + 3q) (x + r x + q) (x + sx2q)= 0
has
(3)

b2 4ac
a

(4)

b2 4ac
a

(1) 6 real roots

b2 4ac
a

(2) At least two real roots


(3) 2 real and 4 imaginary roots

b2 4ac
a

(4) 4 real and 2 imaginary roots


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66.

If both roots of x 2ax + a + a 2 = 0 are

70.

If

less than 2, then 'a' lies in interval (1) (1, 2)

x
=
cos

y
2

cos
3

z
2

cos
3

, then

x + y + z is

(2) (, 1)

(1) 1

(3) (2, )

(2) 0

(4) [1, 2]

(3) 1
(4) 2

67.

The sum of the cubes of the roots of


3

the equation, x px + qx r = 0 is
71.

If

tanA

(1) p + 3pq 3r

3
4

(2) p + 3pq + 3r

quadrant then

and

lies

in

third

sin A cos A
is equal to
cot A

(3) p 3pq 3r
(4) p 3pq + 3r

(1)

20
21

sin 36 sin 72 sin 108 sin 144 =

(2)

21
20

(3)

20
21

68.

(1) 1/4
(2) 1/16
(3) 3/4
(4)
(4) 5/16

69.

If cos + cos = a, sin + sin = b and


= 2 then
2

(1) a + b 2
2

(3) 3 a b

72.

21
20

The minimum value of 3 cosx + 4 sinx + 8 is


(1) 5

cos3
=
cos

(2) 9
2

(2) a + b 3
2

(4) 2 a b

(3) 7
(4) 3

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73.

If 2 5 7 6 a 4 5 6 b is divisible by 15 then

77.

If A = 1 + r
b

(1) a = 6 and b = 5

B=1+r +r

(2) a = 4 and b = 0
then
(3) a = 4 and b = 5

2b

+ r

+r

3b

2a

+ r

3a

+......... and

+......., where 0 < r < 1

a
is equal to
b

(1) logB A

(4) a = 3 and b = 0

(2) log1 B(1 A)


74.

If 8

= 4096 then x is equal to

(1) 12/5

A 1
(3) logB1
A
B

(2) 3/4

(4) None of these

(3) 5/4
(4) 4/3
78.
75.

Greatest integer less than the number

If

x =

1 3 i
, then the value of
2
4

the

expression x x + 6x 4, equals

log 2 15 . log 1 / 6 2. log 3 1/6 is

(1) 1 + 2 3 i

(1) 4
(2) 2 2 3 i
(2) 3
(3) 2 + 2 3 i

(3) 2

(4) None of these

(4) 1

76.

The set of real value(s) of p for which


the equation,2x + 3+2x3=px+ 6

79.

The solution set of

(x 2)10 (x 1)3 (2x 1)5 (x 8)2


x 24 (x 3)3 (x 2)5

has more than two solutions is :


(1) {0, 4}

(1) (2, 1] [1/2, 3)

(2) ( 4, 4)

(2) (2, 1) (1/2, 3)

(3) R {4, 4, 0}

(3) [2, 1] [1/2, 3] {8}

(4) {0}

(4) (2, 1] [1/2, 3) {8}

0 is

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80.

Number of integral solution of equation

83.

| |x 1| + 2 | 4, is/are

Sum

(2) 5
(1)

4
9

(2)

2
9

(3)

1
3

(3) 3
(4) 6

Solution

set

of

infinite

terms

of

the

series

2 5
8
11

.............is
12 24
3 6

(1) 4

81.

to

the

inequality

x 2 x 6 < 2x 3 is

(4) none of these

(1) x 1,

5 1

84.

16 7

(2) x
, 10
2

bc
ac
ab

c
a

c
a
b is :
value of
abc

(3) x [3, )
3

(4) x ,
2

82.

If a, b, c are positive numbers then greatest

(1)

1
3

(2)

1
2

(3)

1
4

In the sequence a b b b c c c c c d d d d d d d
e e............. which alphabet comes at 50 th
position :
(1) f
(2) g
(3) h

(4) tending to infinite

(4) j

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85.

nd

If 2

th

th

, 5 , 11 terms of an AP are in G.P. and


88.

th

nd

10 term is three more than thrice of 2

term

tan2 4 tan2 3
1 tan2 4 tan2 3

then the sum of square of first 11 terms of the

(1) cot cot 7

AP is :

(2) tan7 tan

(1)

(2)

2425
2

5841
4

(3)

2277
2

(4)

4563
4

89.

(3) tan

3
2
tan
2

(4) cot

3
2
cot
2

is equal to

x 1 x 1
If relation R is defined as R =
,
2
2
: where x W and x is odd & less

86.

If in a G.P. Sn = 1023, Tn = 512, T3 = 4 then

than10 then range of R is

n=
(1) 8

(1) {1, 3, 5, 7}

(2) 9
(2) {1, 3, 5, 7, 9}
(3) 10
(3) {0, 1, 2, 3, 4}
(4) 11
(4) {2, 4, 6, 8}
87.

Which of the following is not an equivalence


90.

If A and B are any two sets, then -

relation in Z:
(1) (A B) B = A
(1) a R b a + b is an even integer
(2) a R b a b is an even integer
(3) a R b a < b
(4) a R b a = b

(2) (A B) B = A B
(3) (A B) B =
(4) (A B) B = B

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Hkkx-A

2.

[k.M - I

nzO;eku d k ,d xqVd k] t ksiz


kjaHk esafojkekoLFkk
esagS] h Wp kbZlsfLiazx fu;rkad k = 50 N/m okyh
fLiazx ij fxjk;k t krk gSA ;fn fLiazx esa vf/kd re~
laihMu x= 1m mRiUu gksrk gS] rc p kbZh gksxh:
1kg

l h/ksoLrqfu"B izd kj
bl [k.M esa 28 cgq
&fod Yih iz
'u gS
A iz
a
R;sd iz
'u d s
4 fod Yi (1), (2), (3) rFkk (4) gS
]ft ues
a
alsflQ Z,d

1.

lgh gS
A

{kSfrt fpd uh esat ij fLFkr m1 rFkk m2 (m2 > m1)


nzO;eku d h nksoLrq;sa,d vkn'kZjLlh lst qM +
h gq
bZ
gSA t c m2 ij nka;h rjQ ,d fu;r cy F vkjksfir

(1) 3 m

fd ;k t krk gSrc jLlh esaruko T1 gS, vc cy F d ks

(3)

m1

ij cka;h rjQ vkjks


fir fd ;k t krk gS] rksjLlh

esaruko T2 gS] rc &


T1

m1

m1

m2

T2

3.

(2)

5
m
2

3
m
2

(4) 5 m

fp=kkuql kj ,d vkn'kZjLlh rFkk rhu vkn'kZf?kjuh;k


bl izd kj O;ofLFkr gS fd f?kjuh;k P1 rFkk P2
t ehu ij t M+or~ gS ,oa rhljh f?kjuh xfr d j
ld rh gSA f?kjuh P3 ij /okZ/kj fu;r cy F
vkjksfir fd ;k t krk gSft ld sd kj.k jLlh ruh gqbZ
jgrh gSrFkk jLlh leckgqf=kHkqt cukrh gS] rksjLlh
esaruko gksxk & [ekuk f?kjuh cgqr NksVh gS]

m2

F
P3

(1) T1 > T2
(2) T1 < T2

(4)

P2

P1

(3) T1 = T2

fn;s x;s vkad M+ksa d s vk/kkj ij T1 rFkk T2 esa


rqy uk ughad j ld rsA

(1)
(3)

F
2

(2) 0

F
3

(4) F

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4.

,d iRFkj d ks{kS
frt ls37 d ks.k ij 10 m/s osx ls

7.

{ksfir fd ;k t krk gSA mPpre fLFkfr rd igqp usesa

nf'kZr lkE;koLFkk d h fLFkfr esa Mksfj;k vf/kd re


100 N

bld k vkSl r osx D;k gksxk: ({kSfrt fn'kk d ksx-v{k


rFkk /okZ/kj ij d h fn'kk d ks+y-v{k ekusa)

d k ruko lgu d j ld rh gSA W d k

vf/kd re eku (U;wVu esa) D;k gksxk t ks vky fEcr


fd ;k t k ld rk gS:
53

(1) 4i 3j
(2) 8i 6j

(3) 8i 3j

53

(4) 8i
5.

W
(1) 100 N

m/okZ/kj d slkFk 45 d sd ks.k ij 5 2 m/s d sosx


lsckjh'k gksjgh gSA {kSfrt ls>qd ko d ks.k okys

(2) 35 N

ur ry ij uhpsd h vks
j V fu;r osx lsxfr d jrs

(3) 80N

O;fDr d ksckjh'k 5m/s d sosx lsm/okZ/kj ij d h

(4) 55 N

vksj vkrh gqbZizrhr gksrh gSrksv rFkk gS:


(1) 5 m/s , tan1 5
(2) 5 5 m/s, tan1 5
(3) 5 5 m/s, tan1

8.

1
2

,d t gkt leqnzesa9 m/s d h pky lsmkj fn'kk


d h rjQ xfr'khy gS
A gok

2 m/s

d h pky ls

nf{k.k-if'pe lscg jgh gSA ,d O;fDr t gkt d h

(4) 5 5 m/s, tan1 2

Nr ij ,d >.Mk id Ms+ gq, t gkt d s lkis{k iwoZ


6.

ehukj d s'kh"kZls,d oLrqd ksNksM +k t krk gS


A ;g

fn'kk esa3 m/s esankSM +jgk gS


A >.Mk fd l fn'kk esa

viuh xfr d svfUre lSd .M+esa7h nwjh r; d jrh gS]

Q gjsxkA

;gkh izFke lSd .M+esar; d h xbZnwjh gS] rksd qy


mM~M ;u d ky gksxk &
(1) 2s

(1) tan1(2) mkj

lsif'pe d h rjQ

(2) tan1(2) iw
oZlsnf{k.k d h rjQ

(2) 3s

(3) tan1(2) if'pe

lsmkj d h rjQ

(3) 4s

(4) buea
slsd ksbZugh

(4) 8s

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9.

fd lh oLrq }kjk nh xbZ 'kfDr P = 3 t2 }kjk

11.

ljy js[kk esa xfr d j jgs gS fd lh d .k d s


cy &le; d k xzkQ fp=kkuql kj n'kkZ;k x;k gSA

ifjofrZr gksrh gS] rkst = 2 sec. lst = 4 sec.

d .k d k nzO;eku 4 kg gSA t = 0 lst = 6 s rd


oLrq ij y xus oky s lkjs cy ks d k d qy d k;Z

rd oLrqd h xfrt t kZesaifjorZu Kkr d jks\

gksxkA

(1) 16 J
(2) 64 J
(3) 56 J
(4) 48 J

10.

t = 0

ij fp=kkuql kj nks d .k A rFkk B nks y Ecor~

(1) 400 J
(2) 200 J

fn'kkvksaesafu;r osx lsxfr d j jgsgSA t = 1 sec

(3) 800 J

ij A o B d se/; vy xko osx gksxk &

(4) 80 J

12.

2kg nz
O;eku

d k ,d iq.kZ?k"kZ.kjfgr xksy k A, 4kg d s

nzO;eku d svk;rkd kj Cy kWd B o m/okZ/kj nhokj d s


lkFk fp=k esaiznf'kZr gS
A lHkh lrg ?k"kZ.kjfgr gS] rks
xksy sA ij m/okZ/kj nhokj }kjk vkjksfir vfHky Ec cy
(1) 5 2 m/s
(2)

7
2

gksxkA

m/s

(3) 7 2 m/s
(4)

5
2

m/s

(1) 45 N
(2) 40 N
(3) 50 N
(4) 42 N

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13.

nzO;eku d k CykWd [kqjnjh {kSfrt lrg ij j[kk

15.

,d NksVk ?k"kZ.kjfgr xqVd k {kSfrt

lrg ij

gqv k gS
A LFkS
frd rFkk xfrd ?k"kZ.k xq.kkad e'k% s

fp=kkuql kj osx 0.5

rFkk k gSA ,d fu;r {kSfrt cy F0 bl CykWd ij

fcUnqC ij lrg d ksNksM+nsrk gSA fp=k esad ks.k

vkjksfir fd ;k t krk gSA Cy kW


d }kjk t0 le; esapy h

gS:

gr

lsfQ ly rk gSA xqVd k

xbZnwjh gksxh : (fn;k gS: m = 2kg, s = 0.3, k =


0.2, F0 = 10N, t0 = 4 sec)
(1) 16 m
(2) 24 m

(1) cos1 (4/9)

(3) 'kw
U;
(2) cos1(3/4)
(4) bues
alsd ksbZugha
(3) cos1(1/2)
14.

fd xzk nzO;eku d s,d d .k ij ,d cy y xk;k


t krk gS t ks nwjh d s lkFk fp=k esa n'kkZ;s vuql kj
ifjofrZr gSA ;fn ;g x = 0 ij fojke ls viuh
;k=kk iz
kjEHk d jrk gSrksx = 15 eh- ij bld k osx
gS&

(4) mi;q
ZDr

16.

d ksbZughA

iz{ksI; iFk ij 'A' mPpre fcUnq gSA iz{ks


I; d k O
rFkkA d schp vkSl r osx 8i 3j gS] rkstan gS&
y
u

(1) 10 m/s
(2) 0 m/s
(3) 20 2 m/s

(1) 3/8
(2) 1
(3) 3/4

(4) 20 3 m/s
(4) vk
d M+svi;kZIr

gSaA

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17.

O;eku d s,d d .k d ks y EckbZd h ,d gYd h

Mksjh] t ks fd

fp=k esafn;sx;sfud k; esanks


uksaCy kWd ksd k Roj.k

18.

gksxk

ij fLFkj #i ls t qM +h gS] d h

lgk;rk lsfu;r pky ls{kSfrt o`k esafp=kuql kj

4 kg

?kqek;k t k jgk gS] rksO;eku ij d k;Zjr~cy ksad k


8 kg

fp=k gS

30
O

(1) 4/3 m/s2


l

(2) 2/3 m/s2


m

(3) 20/3 m/s2


(4) 10/3 m/s2

(1)

19.

fp=kkuql kj ,d Cy kWd n'kkZ;sx;siFk ij ,d ry ls


nwl jsry ( p sry ) ij] e/;orhZ?kkVh lsxqt jrk

gqv k xfr d j jgk gSA d s


oy p k ry [kqjnjk gSvr%
T

p sry ij fLFkr ?k"kZ.k cy d sd kj.k ;g d nwjh


py d j : d t krk gSA Cy kW
d d k kjfEHkd osx

(2)

v 0 = 6m/s

h = 1.1

gSA nksuksa ry ksa d h p kbZ esa vUrj

eh- gSA xfrd ?k"kZ.k xq.kkad = 0.6 gSrks

d k eku gksxk :

(3)
W
T

(4)

(1) 1.17

eh-

(2) 1.71

eh-

(3) 7.11

eh-

(4) 11.7

eh-

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20.

Cy kWd d k Roj.k Kkr d jks] t cfd Cy kWd iz


kjEHk esa

23.

Cy kWd ksd se/; lEid Zcy gksxk :

fojkekoLFkk esagS

(1) 8 N
(2) 12 N
(1) 2 m/s2
(3) 1 m/s2
21.

2 kg

(3) 16 N

(2) 0 m/s2
(4) 0.5 m/s2

(4) bues
alsd ksbZugh

nzO;eku oLrqd ks /okZ/kj nhokj d sfo: )

100 N

d scy }kjk nck d j fLFkj j[kk t krk gSA

;fn nhokj rFkk oLrqd se/; ?k"kZ.k xq.kkad

24.

nksxqVd sft ud k nzO;eku m1 = 4kg rFkk m2 = 2kg

0.3

gksrks?k"kZ.k cy d k eku gksxkA

gS,d nwl jslsnzO;eku jfgr NM+ls(37 >qd ko

(1) 100 N

oky surry ij fLFkr) t qM +sgq, gSA m1 vkSj m2 rFkk

(2) 20 N
(3) 30 N

urry lrg d se/; xfrd ?k"kZ.k xq.kkad = 0.25 gS

(4) 10 N

rksbu nksuksaCy kWd ksad k mHk;fu"B Roj.k rFkk NM+esa


22.

js[kkfp=k d svuql kj ,d [kaM A ft ld k nzO;eku


4 kg vkS
j ,d [kaM B ft l d k nzO;eku 6 kg gS]

ruko gksxk

,d {kSfrt /kjkry ij fLFkj gSA [kaM B o {kSfrt


/kjkry d schp ?k"kZ.k 'kwU; gSo [kaM A o [kaM B
d schp ?k"kZ.k xq.kkad 0.2 gSA og vf/kd re {kSfrt
cy F ft l ij [kaM A o [kaM B d schp lkis{k
osx u gks] fuEukafd r esalsgS(g = 10 eh@ls2)

(1) 2 m/s2, T = 5 N
(2) 10 m/s2 ,T = 0 N

(1) 20 N

(3) 15 m/s2, T = 9N

(2) 40 N
(3) 60 N
(4) 100 N

(4) 4 m/s2, T = 0

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27.
25.

fi.M A o B d ksfp=kkuql kj NksM+k t krk gSA lHkh

Cy kWd A o B d ksfp=kkuql kj O;ofLFkr fd ;k x;k gS


f?kjuh ?k"kZ.k jfgr gSA A d k nzO;eku 10 fd xzkgSA A

t xg ?k"kZ.k vuqifLFkr gSA rksCy kWd A d sRoj.k

d k lrg d slkFk ?k"kZ.k xq.kakd d k eku 0.20 gS] xfr

d s ifjek.k rFkk Cy kWd B d s Roj.k d k vuqikr

vkjEHk d jusd sfy , B d k U;wure nzO;eku gksxk&

Kkr d jks\

P
A

(1) 2 kg

(1) 3/4

(2) 0.2 kg
(2) 4/3
(3) 5 kg
(3) 1

(4) 10 kg

(4) 'kw
U;
28.
26.

fp=kkuql kj 10 kg o 20 kg d s nks nzO;eku


nzO;ekughu fLizax lsfp=kkuql kj t qM+sgq, gSA ,d
200 N d k cy 20 kg nz
O;eku ij ml le;

,d

Hkkjh d .k ft ld k O;eku 1kg gS] ,d

O;ekughu rFkk Nr lst qM +h jLlh lscka/kk x;k gSA


,d {kSfrt cy F y xk;k t krk gs rks ;g jLlh
larqy u fLFkfr esa /okZ/kj nhokj ls 60 d k d ks.k
cukrh gSrkscy d k ifjek.k gksxk :

y xk;k t krk gS] t c 10 kg nzO;eku d k Roj.k


12 ms2 nka
;h rjQ gS rks 20 kg nzO;eku d k

60

Roj.k gksxk :
10kg

(1) 10 N

20kg
200 N

(2) 10 3 N
(1) 2 ms2
(2) 4ms

(3) 5 N

(3) 10ms

(4)
2

10
3

(4) 20ms2

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[k.M - II

30.

d kj.k&izd kj
bl [k.M esa2 d kj.k d s'u gSA R;sd 'u d s4 fod Yi
(1), (2), (3)

rFkk(4) gS] ft lesalsflQ Z,d lgh gSA

oDrO;-1 : d kxt ij js[ kk [khap rs l e;] ?k"kZ.k


cy

d kxt

ij v afd r js[ kk d s v uqfn'k

d k;Zjr jgrk gSA


oDrO;-2 : ?k"kZ.k ges'kk xfr d k fojks/k d jrk

29.

oDrO;-1 : ,d vkneh fy V esa[kM+k gSrFkk fy V


ij d h rjQ py jgh gS rks og O;fDr bl ckj

gSA
(1)

oDrO;-1 d k lgh Li"Vhd j.k gS


A

fy V d s fojke esa gksus d h rqy uk esa ges'kk vf/kd


(2)

Hkkj eglwl d jsxkA

fy V }kjk vkneh ij y xk;sx;svfHkyEc cy N d s

oDrO;-1 lR; gS] oDrO;-2 lR; gS; oDrO;-2,


oDrO;-1 d k lgh Li"Vhd j.k ughagSA

oDrO;-2 : ;fn fy V d k ij d h rjQ Roj.k 'a' gS


rksm nzO;eku d sO;fDr }kjk eglwl fd ;k x;k Hkkj

oDrO;-1 lR; gS] oDrO;-2 lR; gS; oDrO;-2,

(3) oDrO;-1 lR;


(4)

gS] oDrO;-2 vlR; gS;

oDrO;-1 vlR; gS] oDrO;-2 lR; gS

cjkcj gksxk t gkaN = m(g+a) ( ;gkag xq: Rokd "kZ.k


d sd kj.k Roj.k gS
)
(1)

oDrO;-1 lR; gS] oDrO;-2 lR; gS; oDrO;-2,


oDrO;-1 d k lgh Li"Vhd j.k gS
A

(2)

oDrO;-1 lR; gS] oDrO;-2 lR; gS; oDrO;-2,


oDrO;-1 d k lgh Li"Vhd j.k ughagSA

(3)

oDrO;-1 lR; gS] oDrO;-2 vlR; gS

(4) oDrO;-1 vlR;

gS] oDrO;-2 lR; gS


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PART B

32.

fuEu esalsd kSulkls lEcU/k lgh gSgSa ?

Atomic masses : [H = 1, D = 2, Li = 7, C = 12,

(i) 98.6F > 298 K > 17C

N = 14, O = 16, F = 19, Na = 23, Mg = 24, Al = 27,

(ii) 1

Si = 28, P = 31, S = 32, Cl = 35.5, K = 39, Ca = 40,

1 ok;q
e.My (atm)

Cr = 52, Mn = 55, Fe = 56, Cu = 63.5, Zn = 65,

VkWj < 1 ikLd y < Hg d k 1 cm < 1 ckj <

(iii) 1 cm = 1 mL < 1 dm = 1 L < 1 m

As = 75, Br = 80, Ag = 108, I = 127, Ba = 137,

(iv) 10 J = 1 MJ = 10

Hg = 200, Pb = 207]

KJ

(1) d s
oy (i), (ii) o (iii)

[k.M - I

(2) d s
oy (iii)

l h/ksoLrqfu"B izd kj

(3) d s
oy (i) o (iii)

bl [k.M esa30 cgq& fod Yih iz'u gSaA izR;sd iz'u

(4) lHkh(i), (ii), (iii) o (iv)

d s 4 fod Yi (1), (2), (3) rFkk (4) gSa] ft uesa l s


33.

fl Q Z,d l gh gSA

4000 pm

rjaxnS/;Z ;qDr izd k'k d s Q ksVkWuksa d h

la[;k D;k gS] t ks1J t kZmRiUu d jrh gS\


31.

izkd `frd : i lsizkIr gksusoky svkWxZu leLFkkfud ksa

(1) 2.012 10

d k eksy j nzO;eku ifjd fy r d jusd sfy , lkj.kh

(2) 2.012 10

esafn;sx;svkd Mksd k iz;ksx d hft , &

(3) 2.012 10

l eLFkkfud

l eLFkkfud
eksy j nzO;eku

36

Ar

35.96755 g mol

38

Ar

37.96272 g mol

Ar

40

39.9624 g mol
1

(1) 39.948 g mol

izkfIr

0.337%

0.063%
99.600%

16

Q ksVkWu

10

Q ksVkWu

23

Q ksVkWu

16

Q ksVkWu

(4) 20.12 10
34.

H-ijek.kqes
af}rh;
-1

mol

cksgj d {kk d h t kZ-328 kJ

gSrksprqFkZcksgj d {kk d h t kZgksxh %


-1

(1) -82 kJ mol

-1

(2) -41 kJ mol


1

(2) 37.96272 g mol

-1

(3) -1312 kJ mol

(3) 38.48562 g mol

-1

(4) -164 kJ mol

(4) 39.9624 g mol

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35.

d k;Z Q y u 2hc/1 ;qDr /kkrq ij rjax }S/;Z

38.

fuEu inksaesaNH3 cukbZt krh gSA

d k izd k'k v kifrr gksr k gSA izd k'k fo| qr

I : Ca + C CaC2

izHkko d soy rHkh m RiUu gksx k t c%

II : CaC2 + N2 CaCN2 + C 100% y fC/k

(1) 1

50% y fC/k

III : CaCN2 + H2O NH3 + CaCO3


100% y fC/k

(2) 21
2

(3) 1

d SfY'k;e vko';d gS\

(4) 1 / 2
36.

eksy veksfu;k d ks cukus d s fy ;s fd ruk

ekuk fd ath d ks'k esad {kd ksad h d qy la[;k 16 gS


rFkk osusfM;e ijek.kq (Z = 23) esa v;qfXer
by sDVkWu d sfy , f}xa'kh DokaVe la[;k d k eku 'b'

39.

(1) 1 eks
y

(2) 2 eks
y

(3) 3 eks
y

(4) 4 eks
y

fuEu esalsd kSulk xzkQ lgh gS\

gS] rc (a + b) d s;ksx d k eku Kkr d hft ,A


(1)

(1) 4
(2) 5
(3) 6
(4) 3
37.

d SfY'k;e d kcksZusV t y h; HCl d slkFk fuEufyf[kr

(2)

vfHkf ;k d j CaCl2 vkSj CO2 cukrk gS


A
CaCO3 (s) + 2 HCl (aq) CaCl2 (aq) +
CO2(g) + H2O(l)
0.75 M HCl

d s25 mL d slkFk iw.kZr% vfHkf ;k

(3)

d jusd sfy , CaCO3 d h fd ruh ek=kk d h


vko';d rk gksxh \
(1) 0.938 g
(2) 2.938 g

(4)

(3) 10 g
(4) 9.38 g

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40.

27C

ij 9 dm3 y kLd esa fufgr 3.2 g esFksu

42.

osx (velocity) d slkFk v.kq


v ksad sforj.k d ksuhps

rFkk 4.4 g d kcZu Mkb v kWDl kbM d s feJ .k

n'kkZ;sx;so lsiznf'kZr d jrsgSa%

}kjk v kjksfir nkc D;k gksx k\ (R = 0.0821

fcUnqA ij osx (velocity) gS%

lit. atm. K .mol )


(1) 0.821 atm.
(2) 8.21atm
(3) 0.0821atm
(4) 82.21atm

41.

(1)

3RT
M

(2)

2RT
M

(3)

8RT
M

(4)

RT
M

lgh d Fku@d Fkuksad kspqfu;s


I - vkS
l r LFkkukUrfjr xfrt mt kZ] xSl d h ek=kk

ij fuHkZ
j ughad jrh gSaA
II - ;fn d ks
bZxSl fLFkj rki ij izl kfjr gksrh gS]

rks;g n'kkZrk gSfd xSl d k nkc c<+t krk gSA


III-

,d fu;r vk;ru d sik=k esa] ;fn xSl d k rki

T K

ls2T K rd c<+k;k t k;s rks xSl d k nkc

43.

leku ifjfLFkfr;ksad svUrxZr e'k% nkc P1 rFkk


P2

ij nksleku {kerk d svyx&vy x cYcksaesanks

jklk;fud : i ls vf ; xSl sa mifLFkr gSaA ;fn


nksuksa cYcksad kst ksM +fn;k t k;s] rks xSl h; feJ.k

nqxquseku rd c<+rk gS
d k d qN le; d si'pkr~nkc D;k gksxk :
(1) I, II vkS
j III
(1) (P1 + P2)
(2) I vkS
j III
(3) II vkS
j III
(4) vkS
j

d scjkcj

(2) (P1 + P2) lsT;knk


(3) (P1 + P2)
(4) vuq
eku

lsd e

ughay xk;k t k ld rkA

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44.

nks d kp d s cYc A (100 mL {kerk d k) vkSj B


(150 mL

{kerk d k) esa,d leku xSl gSvkS


j ;s

46.

;kSfxd

ux.; vk;ru d h NksVh ufy d k }kjk t qM +sgq, gSA

(1) 3,3-Mkbes
fFky -1-gkbMksDlh lkbDy ks
gsDlsu

fd lh fuf'pr rki ij A d k nkc cYc B d snkc ls

(2) 1, 1-Mkbes
fFky -3gkbMksDlh lkbDy ksgsDlsu

xquk vf/kd izkIr gksrk gSA rki esad ksbZifjorZu

(3) 3,3-Mkbes
fFky -1-lkbDy ks
gsDlsukWy

fd ;sfcuk vojks/kd (stop cock) d ks[kksy nsrsgSA

(4) 1,1-Mkbes
fFky - 3-lkbDy ksgs
DlsukWy

20

A d snkc

esagksxh&
47.

(1) 75% d h d eh

fuEu ;kSfxd d k lgh IUPAC uke gS&


CH3
|
CH3 CH2C CH CHCH2CH3
|
CH3 CH2 CH CH2 CH2 CH2 CH3

(2) 57% d h d eh
(3) 25% d h d eh
(4) leku

jgsxkA

(1) 5,6-Mkb,fFky -8-es


fFky Msd -6-bZu
(2) 5,6-

45.

d k IUPAC uke gS&

,d ik=k esaiz
kjEHk essa] A o B nksxSl sa e'k% 2 : 1

Mkb,fFky -3-esfFky Msd 4-bZu

(3) 6-C;w
fVy -5-,fFky -3-esfFky -vkWDV-4-bZu

d s nzO;eku vuqikr esa mifLFkr gSA ;fn mijksDr

(4) 2,4,5-V
kb,fFky -3-bZu

xSl feJ.k d ks,d fNnzesalsfulfjr fd ;k t krk


gS] rks fNnz esa ls izkjEHk esa feJ.k 1 : 4 eksy j
laxBu esackgj fud y t krk gS
A

48.

fuEu esalsd kSulk ;qXe leko;oh ughagS&


(1)

rFkk

izkjEHk esaik=k esamifLFkr A o B xSl d seksy ksad k


vuqikr Kkr d hft ,A

(2)

rFkk

(3)

rFkk

(4)

rFkk

(1) 1 : 2
(2) 8 : 1
(3) 2 : 1
(4) 1 : 8

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49.

fuEu esa ls d kSulk ;qXe oy;&J`a[ky k leko;oh

52.

gS&
(1) iz
ksihu

(1) SO2 lY;w


fjd

o lkbDyksizksihu

(2) 1-iz
ksisukWy

o es
FkWDlh,Fksu

(3) 1-iz
ksisukWy

o bFkkWDlhiz
ksisu

(4) iz
ksihu

(2) NO2 ukbfV


d

(4) N2O ukbV


l

vEy d k ,ugkbMkbM gS
A

vEy d k ,ugkbMkbM gS
A

(3) Cl2O7 ijDy ks


fjd

vEy d k ,ugkbMkbM gSA

vEy d k ,ugkbM
kbM gSA

o lkbDyksizksisu
53.

50.

fuEu esalsd kSulk d Fku lgh gS\

fuEu esalsd kSulk d Fku lgh ughagS&

fuEu esalsd kSu ,d fu;fer prq"Q y d h; lajpuk

(1) CH3 , sp2la


d j.k t cfd CH3 , sp3-

lad j.k

j[krk gS\ (ijek.kq la[;k : B = 5, S = 16,


n'kkZrsgSA
Xe = 54)

(1) BF4

(2) NH4

fu;fer prq"Q y d h; T;kfefr j[krk gS


A

(2) SF4

(3) sp2-

lad fjr d {kd ksaesas o p xq.k leku gksrs

(3) XeF4

gSaA

(4) XeO2F4

51.

(4) la
d fjr

fuEu esalsd kSulsfod Yi d k e xy r gS&


(1) NH3 < PH3 < AsH3 vEy h;

54.

xq.k

d kSulk v.kq lS) kfUrd : i ls fo|eku ugha jg


ld rk gS&

(2) Li < Be < B < C IE1

(1) SF4

(3) Al2O3 < MgO < Na2O < K2O {kkjh;


(4) Li+ < Na+ < K+ < Cs+

d {kd lnSo -ca/k cukrsgSA

xq.k

vk;fud f=kT;k

(2) OF2
(3) OF4
(4) O2F2

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57.

fuEu esalsd kSulh ,Yd su] iz


d k'k d h mifLFkfr esa
Dy ksjhu d slkFk vfHkf ;k d jd sd soy ,d ,fYd y

55.

;kSfxd

dk
Dy ksjkbM nsrh gS
A

IUPAC uke

gS&

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(1) 2-,Fks
ukW;y vkWDlh-3-esFkkWDlhd kcksZfuy

lkbDy ks
izksisu d kcksZfDlfy d vEy
(2) 2-es
FkksDlhd kcksZfuy -3-,FksukW
;y vkWDlh
58.

lkbDy ksiz
ksisu d kcksZfDlfy d vEy
(3)

rFkk P4O10 esa fd rus ca/k e'k%

mifLFkr gS\

esfFky -2-d kcksZfDl -3-,FksukW;y vkWDlh lkbDyksizksisu


d kcksZfDly sV

(4) 2-es
FkkWDlh

P4, P4O6

(1) 12, 6, 16

(2) 16, 6, 12

(3) 6, 12, 16

(4) 16, 16, 12

d kcksZfuy -3-d kcksZ


fDl lkbDy ksiz
ksfiy
59.

,FksukW,V

CH2F2 es
aca/k d ks.k d k lgh e

gS&

(1) H C H > H C F > F C F


56.

,Yd su] ,Yd hu rFkk ,Yd kbZu esa ,d lcls NksVh

(2) F C F > H C F > H C H

ik'oZJa`[ky k d slkFk d kcZu ijek.kq


v ksad h U;wure

(3) H C H > F C F > H C F

la[;k d k leqP; fuEu gS&

(4) H C F > F C F > H C H

(1) 3, 4, 5

60.

H2SxO6 es
aSS ca/k d h la[;k gS&

(2) 4, 4, 5

(1) x

(3) 4, 5, 5,

(2) (x 1)
(3) x 2

(4) 4, 6, 4
(4) x + 1

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Hkkx C

64.

l ehd j.k ix2 4x 4i = 0 d sewy gS&


(1) 2i

[k.M - I
(2) 2i

l h/ksoLrqfu"B izd kj
bl [k.M es
a 30 cgq
& fod Yih iz
'u gS
A iz
a
R;s
d iz'u d s 4

(3) 2i, 2i

fod Yi (1), (2), (3) rFkk (4) gS


] ft ues
a
alsflQ Z,d lgh gS
A
61.

ekuk A = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5}; B = {2, 3, 6, 7} gS rc


(A B) (B A)

62.

(4) 2i, 2i

esav o;oksad h l a[ ;k gS&

(1) 18

(2) 6

(3) 4

(4) 0

(logx a.loga y.logy z)

65.

;fn uhpsfn;sx;s y = ax2 + bx + c d svkjs[k d s


vuql kj fuEu esalsd kSulsfod Yi lR; gS\

cjkcj gS&

(1) x
(2) y
(3) z
(4) bues
alsd ksbZugha
63.

;fn p, q, r, s R rc lehd j.k (x2 + px + 3q)

(1)

bc
2a

bc
2a

(2)

b
2a

b
2a

(x2 + r x + q) (x2 + sx 2q) = 0 gS&


(1) 6 okLrfod
(2) d e

ewy

(3)

b2 4ac
a

(4)

b2 4ac
a

b2 4ac
a

lsd e nksokLrfod ew
y

(3) 2 okLrfod

vkS
j 4 d kYifud ewy

(4) 4 okLrfod

vkS
j 2 d kYifud ewy

b2 4ac
a

Space for Rough Work

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66.

;fn x2 2ax + a2 + a 2 = 0 d snksuksaewy 2 ls

70.

x
=
cos

;fn

y
2

cos
3

NksVsgSrks'a' fuEu varjky esagS&


(1) (1, 2)

rc x + y + z gS&

(2) (, 1)

(1) 1

(3) (2, )

(2) 0

(4) [1, 2]

(3) 1

z
2

cos
3

(4) 2
67.

l ehd j.k x 3 px 2 + qx r = 0 d s ewy ksa


71.

d s?kuksad k ;ksx gS&

;fn tanA =

(1) p + 3pq 3r

rc

(2) p + 3pq + 3r
3

(3) p 3pq 3r

3
4

rFkk A rhljsprqaFkkZ'k esafLFkr gS

sin A cos A
cot A

(1)

20
21

(2)

21
20

(3)

20
21

cjkcj gS&

(4) p 3pq + 3r
68.

sin 36 sin 72 sin 108 sin 144 =


(1) 1/4
(2) 1/16
(4)

(3) 3/4

21
20

(4) 5/16
72.
69.

;fn cos + cos = a, sin + sin = b vkSj

(3) 3 a b

eku gS&

(2) 9

cos3
= 2 gks
] rks
=
cos
(1) a + b 2

3 cosx + 4 sinx + 8 d k U;w


ure
(1) 5

(3) 7
2

(2) a + b 3
2

(4) 3

(4) 2 a b

Space for Rough Work

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73.

;fn 2 5 7 6 a 4 5 6 b, 15 lsfoHkkft r gks] rks


(1) a = 6 rFkk b = 5
(2) a = 4 rFkk b = 0
(3) a = 4 rFkk b = 5
(4) a = 3 rFkkb = 0

77.

;fn A = 1 + ra + r2a + r3a +......... vkSj


B = 1 + rb + r2b + r3b +.......t gk0 < r < 1 gS
]
a
d k eku
b
(1) logB A

rks

gS&

(2) log1 B(1 A)


74.

;fn 8

8x

= 4096

A 1
(3) logB1
A
B

gS] rksx d k eku gS&

(1) 12/5
(2) 3/4

(4) bues
alsd ksbZugha

(3) 5/4
(4) 4/3
78.
75.

l a[ ;k log 2 15 . log 1 / 6 2. log 3 1/6 l s N ksV k

;fn x =

1 3 i
2

gksrksO;at d x4 x2 + 6x 4

d k eku gS&
(1) 1 + 2 3 i

egke iw.kkd eku gS&


(2) 2 2 3 i
(1) 4
(3) 2 + 2 3 i

(2) 3

(4) bues
alsd ksbZugha

(3) 2
(4) 1
79.
76.

p d sekuks
ad k leqPp; ft ld sfy , lehd j.k
2x + 3 + 2x 3 = px + 6 d snksls

vf/kd gy fo|eku gS] gS&

(x 2)10 (x 1)3 (2x 1)5 (x 8)2


x 24 (x 3)3 (x 2)5

d k gy

l eqPp ; gS&

(1) {0, 4}
(1) (2, 1] [1/2, 3)
(2) ( 4, 4)
(3) R {4, 4, 0}
(4) {0}

(2) (2, 1) (1/2, 3)


(3) [2, 1] [1/2, 3] {8}
(4) (2, 1] [1/2, 3) {8}

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80.

lehd j.k | |x 1| + 2 | 4 d s iw.kk


d gy ksad h

83.

2 5
8
11

.............d svuUr
12
24
3 6

Js.kh

inksa

la[;k gS&
d k ;ksx gS%

(1) 4
(2) 5

(1)

4
9

(2)

2
9

(3)

1
3

(3) 3
(4) 6

81.

vlfed k x 2 x 6 < 2x 3 d k gy leqPp;


gS&

(1) x 1,

5 1

(4) bues
alsd ksbZugha

16 7

(2) x
, 10
2

84.

;fn

a,

b,

/kukRed

la[;k gS] rc

(3) x [3, )

bc
ac
ab

bc ac ab
abc

(4) x ,
2

82.

(1)

1
3

(2)

1
2

(3)

1
4

vuq e a b b b c c c c c d d d d d d d e
e............. es
a50ohafLFkfr

ij d kSulk v{kj vkrk gS&

d k vf/kd re eku gS&

(1) f
(2) g
(3) h

(4) vuUr

d h vks
j

(4) j

Space for Rough Work

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85.

;fn lekUrj Js<h d s2ok, 5ok, 11okin xq.kkskj

88.

tan2 4 tan2 3
1 tan2 4 tan2 3

cjkcj gS&

Js<h esagSrFkk 10okin nwl jsin d srhu xqusls


(1) cot cot 7

rhu vf/kd gSrc lekUrj Js<h d sizFke 11 inksad s

(2) tan7 tan

oxksZd k ;ksxQ y gS&


(1)

2425
2

5841
(2)
4

86.

(3)

2277
2

(4)

4563
4

89.

(3) tan

3
2
tan
2

(4) cot

3
2
cot
2

;fn lEcU/k R bl izd kj ifjHkkf"kr gS fd


x 1 x 1
R =
,
:
2
2

t gkx W rFkk x fo"ke

;fn Sn = 1023, Tn = 512, T3 = 4 xq.kkskj

rFkk 10 lsd e gS rc R d k ifjlj gS&

Js<h esagS] rksn =

(1) {1, 3, 5, 7}

(1) 8

(2) {1, 3, 5, 7, 9}

(2) 9

(3) {0, 1, 2, 3, 4}

(3) 10

(4) {2, 4, 6, 8}

(4) 11
90.
87.

fuEufy f[kr esalsd kSulslEcU/k Z esarqY;rk lEcU/k


ughagS&

;fn A vkSj B d ksbZnksleqPp; gS] rks&


(1) (A B) B = A

(1) a R b a + b ,d

le iw.kk
d gSA

(2) (A B) B = A B

(2) a R b a b ,d

le iw.kk
d gSA

(3) (A B) B =

(3) a R b a < b

(4) (A B) B = B

(4) a R b a = b
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CUMULATIVE TEST-1 (CT-1)


TARGET : JEE (MAIN)-2017
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HINTS & SOLUTIONS l a


d sr ,oagy
3.

PART-A

An ideal string and ..................

PHYSICS

fp=kkuql kj ,d vkn'kZ..................

1.

Two bodies with masses..................

Sol.

{kSfrt fpd uh esat ij ..................


Case fLFkfr (i)
a

Sol.

2T cos 30 = F

F
T sin30

F
m1 m2

T sin30
30 30

a
m1

m1F
T1
m1 m2

2T.

---- (1)

Now vc

3
F
2
F
3

Case fLFkfr (ii)

T1

F
m1 m2
a

4.

,d iRFkj d ks{kS
frt ..................

T2
T2

Sol.

m2F
m1 m2

A stone is projected ..................

--- (2)

V V2
<V>= 1
2

(10 cos 37 i 10 sin37 j 10 cos 37 i)


2

V 8 i 3j .

5.

It is raining with a ..................

T1 m1

T2 m2
So blfy ,
T1 < T 2
2.
Sol.

m/okZ/kj d slkFk 45 ..................

A block of mass 1kg ..................


1kg nz
O;eku d k ,d ..................
Change in gravitational potential energy

Sol.

xq: Roh; fLFkfrt t kZesaifjorZu


= Elastic potential
ncompressed spring =

energy

stored

5 m/s

laihfMr fLiazx esalafpr

izR;kLFk fLFkfrt t kZ
1
mg(h + x) = kx2
2
1
1 10(h + 1) =
50 12
2
3
h=
2

5 m/s

v cos = 5
v sin 5 = 5
v sin = 10

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6.

A body dropped from ..................

9.

ehukj d s'kh"kZls..................
Sol.

fd lh oLrq}kjk nh ..................

Distance covered in last second

vfUre lSd .M+esar; d h xbZnwjh

Power delivered to ..................

Sol.

Applying work energy theorem to body


KE = work done by forces

g
.....(1)
2T 1
2
Distance covered in first second
7h 0

delivering power P

oLrqij d k;Z t kZizes; y xkusij

izFke lS
d .M+esar; d h xbZnwjh
h0
h

1
g 12
2

KE = 'kfDr P ns
us oky s cy ksa }kjk

.....(2)

fd ;k x;k d k;Z

g
2

Put in equation (1) ; lehd j.k(1) es


aj[kusij

7g g
2T 1
2 2
2T = 8
T = 4s
7.

10.

For the equilibrium ..................


nf'kZr lkE;koLFkk ..................

dt = 56 J

Particles A and B ..................


t = 0 ij

Sol.

fp=kkuql kj ..................

At t = 1s ij, = 45,
Vsep = 3 cos + 4sin
= 3

53
53

1
2

1
2

7
2

w
T sin 53 100 cos 53 = 0
T = 75 N
Also rFkk, 100 sin 53 T cos 53 W = 0

W = 35 N
A ship is sailing due ..................
,d t gkt leqnzesa..................
V = 9j

11.

I j
2
= I j
2

Force-time graph ..................

ljy js[kk esaxfr

..................

1
m(20)2
2

Sol.

W = KE =

12.

A perfect smooth ..................


2kg nz
O;eku

Vw =

3t

Ans. 56 J

100N

Sol.

t2

Sol.

8.

Pdt =

Sol.

d k ,d ..................

N cos 37 = g mA sin 37 + mB g sin 37

Vms = 3I = Vm Vs
Vm = 3I +Vs = 3I 9j
Vwm = Vw Vm
= ( i j) [3i 9j]
N = (mA + mB) g tan37 = 6 10

3
= 45 N
4

= 2i 8j

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13.

A block of mass m ..................


m nz
O;eku d k Cy kW
d ..................
a
F0

Sol.

a=

16.
Sol.

F0 k mg
m

1 2
at 0
2
Check : fsmax =0.32g=6N ; fk = 0.2 2g = 4N
F0 = 10N ; F0 > fsmax Block will start to
move on ground.
(Cy kW
d t ehu ij xfr iz
kjEHk d jsxkA)
Therefore, kinetic friction will act instead of
static friction. (vr% fLFkfr ?k"kZ
.k d s LFkku ij
xfrd ?k"kZ.k cy d k;Zjr gksxkA)
10 4
1
2
a =
= 3 m/s , S= 3 16 = 24 m
2
2
S 0

A is highest point on ..................


iz{ksI; iFk ij 'A' ..................
Given average velocity = 8i 3j
horizontal velocity in a projectile do not
change, so
average velocity in horizontal direction = u
cos = 8
.... (a)
vertical velocity at highest point = 0
vertical velocity at point of projection=u sin
u sin 0
u sin
<V>y =
=
=3
2
2
u sin=6
.... (b)
by dividing equation (b) equation (a) tan
6
3
=
=
Ans.
4
8
fn;k x;k gS] vkSl r osx = 8i 3j

iz{ksi xfr esa{ksfrt osx ifjofrZ


r ughagksrk gS] vr%
{ksfrt fn'kk esavkSl r osx = u cos = 8
.... (a)

14.
Sol.

A particle of mass 2 kg..................


2 fd xz
k nzO;eku d s..................
1
W = area {ks
=kQ y = 100
2
= (2) u2 0 ,
so vr% u = 10 m/s

15.

A small frictionless ..................

Sol.

,d NksVk ?k"kZ.kjfgr ..................


Given fn;k gS vB = 0.5 gr

mPpre fcUnqij m/okZ/kj osx = 0


iz{ksi fcUnqij m/okZ/kj osx = u sin
u sin 0
u sin
=
=3
2
2
u sin = 6
.... (b)
leh0 (b) esaleh0 (a) d k Hkkx nsusij tan
6
3
=
=
Ans.
4
8
<V>y =

17.

Assume block leave the contact at C, N


=0
ekuk Cy kWd C ij laid ZNksM +rk gS] N = 0

Sol.

mv C2
= mg cos
r

19.

.... (1)

from energy conservation t kZla


j{k.k ls
1
mvB2 + mgr (1 cos )
2
1
=
mvC2 ........... (2)
2

Sol.

from equation (1) and (2).


lehd j.k(1) o (2) ls

A point mass m is ..................


m O;eku d s,d ..................
T = tension, W = weight and
T = ruko, W = Hkkj
In the figure a block ..................
fp=kkuql kj ,d Cy kWd ..................
Wf + W G = K
1
mgd mgh = 0
m v02
2
1
gd + gh =
(v 2)
2 0
(0.6) (10) d + 10(1.1) = 18

1
1
m gr + mg r (1 cos )
2
4
1
=
mg r cos
2

d=

7
=
6

1.1666 1.17m
20.

Initially the block is ..................


Cy kWd d k Roj.k Kkr ..................

Sol.

3
cos =
4

= cos1

3
4

Ans.

N + 24 100 = 0

for vertical direction

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N + 24 100 = 0 y Ecor~fn'kk es
a
N = 76 N
Now
0 f s s N
0 fs 76 0.5
0 fs 38 N

32 < 38 Hence f = 32

acceleration of block is zero.

Cy kWd d k Roj.k 'kwU; gSA


21.

Sol.
22.
Sol.

24.

A body of mass 2 kg ..................


2 kg nz
O;eku oLrq..................
f mg 2 10 20 N.

F = m1a1 + m2a2[Newtons law for system]


[fud k; d sfy , U;w
Vu d k fu;e]
200 = 10 12 + 20 a
27.

a = 4 m/s2.

The blocks A and B ..................

Cy kWd A o B d ksfp=kkuql kj ..................


Sol.

Block A of mass 4 kg ..................


js[kkfp=k d svuql kj ..................
a = 2 m/sec

F = 20 N.

T = mg

Two blocks m1 = 4kg ..................

nksxqVd sft ud k nzO;eku ..................

T 10 g
mg 0.20 10

m 2 kg

Sol.
29.

STATEMENT-1 : A man standing ................

oDrO;-1 : ,d vkneh fy V ..................


Sol.
Apply newtons law for system of m1 and m2

the man shall feel lesser weight as compared

rFkk m2 d ksfud k; ekud j U;wVu d sxfr d s


fu;e y xkusij
m1

a=

If the lift is retarding while it moves upward,

to when lift was at rest. Hence statement1 is


false and statement 2 is true.

(m1 m2 )gsin37 [m1gcos 37 m2 gcos 37 ]


m1 m2

;fn ij d h rjQ t krh fy V eafnr gksrh gSrks

= g[sin37 cos37]
Now apply newtons law for M1

vkneh }kjk eglwl fd ;k x;k Hkkj bl ckj

vc M1 ij U;wVu d sfu;e y xkusij

okLrfod Hkkj lsd e gksxkA vr% oDrO;-1 vlR;


gS] oDrO;-2 lR; gS

m1g sin37 + T m1gcos37 = m1a


= m1g[sin37 cos37]
T = 0 and
26.

Two masses of 10 kg..................

Sol.

STATEMENT-1 : While drawing ..................

oDrO;-1 : d kxt ij js[kk ..................


Sol.

rFkk a = 4m/sec2

fp=kkuql kj 10 kg o

30.

Friction always opposes relative motion.

?k"kZ.k cy ges'kk lkisf{kd xfr d k fojks/k d jrk gSA

PART- B

20 kg ..................

CHEMISTRY
31. Use the data given in the following .............

izkd `frd : i lsizkIr gksusoky svkWxZu -------------------Sol. Molar mass of Ar = 35.96755 0.00337 +
37.96272 0.00063 + 39.96924 0.99600 =
1
39.948 g mol

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Ar d k eks
y j nzO;eku = 35.96755 0.00337 +
37.96272 0.00063 + 39.96924 0.99600 =
1
39.948 g mol
32. Which of the following relations is ..............

fuEu esalsd kSulkls lEcU/k lgh --------------------Sol. (ii) 1 pascal < 1 torr < 1 cm of Hg < 1 bar < 1
atm (1 ikLd y < 1 VkW
j < Hg d k 1 cm < 1 ckj < 1

ok;qeaM y
6

(iv) 10 J = 1 MJ = 10 KJ.
33. What is the number of photons of light ...............
4000 pm rja
xnS/;Z;qDr izd k'k d sQ ksVkWuksa-----------------12
9
Sol. = 4000 pm = 4000 10 m = 4 10 m
E = N h = Nh

E
hc
(1 J) (4 10 9 m)
=
(6.626 10 34 Js)(3.0 108 m s 1 )

N=

16

= 2.012 10

photons (Q ks
VkWu)

34. The energy of second Bohr's orbit in .............


H-ijek.kqes
af}rh; cksgj d {kk d h t kZ-328 -----------Sol. E

Z2

35. Light of wavelength falls on a metal ................


d k;ZQ y u 2hc/1 ;qDr /kkrqij rjax --------Sol. For photoelectric effect to take place, Elight W
hc hc

or 0 .
0

hc 2hc

0 =
0
1

1
2

gy % izd k'k oS| qr izHkko ?kfVr gksu s d s fy ;s]


Eizd k'k W

bl fy ,

hc hc

;k 0 .
0

hc 2hc

0
1

0 =

a = 4.
V ijek.kqes
a] v;qfXer by sDVkWu
( 3d d {kd )
b=2
(a + b) = 4 + 2 = 6

d sfy, d k eku = 2

37. Calcium carbonate reacts with aqueous............


d SfY'k;e d kcksZusV t y h; HCl d slkFk -------------------Sol. Step-1. To calculate mass of HCl in 25mL of
0.75 M HCl
1000 mL of 0.75 M HCl contain HCl= 0.75 mol =
0.75 36.5 g = 27.375 g
25 mL of 0.75 M HCl will contain HCl =
27.375
25 g = 0.6844 g
1000
Step-2. To calculate mass of CaCO3 reacting
completly with 0.6844 g of HCl
CaCO3(s) + 2HCl (aq) CaCl2(aq) +
CO2(g) + H2O(l)
2 mol of HCl , i.e., 2 36.5g = 73 g HCl react
completely with CaCO3= 1 mol = 100 g
0.6844 g HCl will react completely with
100
CaCO3 =
0.6844 g = 0.938 g.
73
gy %in-1. 0.75 M HCl d s25 mL esaHCl d k nzO;eku

ifjd fy r d jusd sfy ,


0.75 M HCl d s1000 mL es
amifLFkr HCl = 0.75

n2
E 4 ( 2) 2
4
1

2
E 2 ( 4)
16 4
E
328
-1
E4 = 2 =
= 82 kJ mol
4
4

Here

(a + b) = 4 + 2 = 6

gy . ath d ks'k esad {kd ksad h d qy la[;k = a2 = 16

1
2
th

36. Let the total number of orbitals in a ................


ekuk fd ath d ks'k esad {kd ksad h d qy la[;k 16 ----------th
2
Sol. Total number of orbitals in a shell = a = 16
a = 4.
value of for unpaired electron in V atom = 2
( 3d orbital)
b=2

mol = 0.75 36.5 g = 27.375 g


0.75 M HCl d s 25 mL es
a mifLFkr HCl =
27.375
25 g = 0.6844 g
1000
in-2. HCl d s0.6844 g d slkFk iw.kZvfHkf ;k d jus
oky sCaCO3 d k nzO;eku ifjd fy r d jusd sfy,
CaCO3(s) + 2HCl (aq) CaCl2(aq) +
CO2(g) + H2O(l)
2 mol HCl vFkkZ
r~ 2 36.5g = 73 g HCl,
CaCO3 d slkFk iw
.kZvfHkf ;k d jrk gS= 1 mol =
100 g
0.6844 g HCl, CaCO3 d s lkFk iw
.kZ vfHkf ;k
100
d jsxk =
0.6844 g = 0.938 g
73
38. NH3 is formed in the following ..............
fuEu inksaesaNH3 cukbZ--------------------Sol. According to reactions :
2NH3 1CaCN2 1N2 1CaC2 1Ca (from
mole)
So According to 50% yield required calcium = 2
moles

gy % v fHkf ;k d sv uql kj]


2NH3 1CaCN2 1N2 1CaC2 1Ca (eks
y

l s)

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v r% 50% y fC/k d s v uql kj v ko';d d SfY'k;e


= 2 eks
y

Sol.

2x
M
= A
1x
M
B

MB

MA

( iz
kjEHk esaA d sckgj fud y seksy ) / t
kjEHk esaB d sckgj fud y seksy ) / t
( iz

2x
M
= A
1x
M
B

42. Distribution of molecules with velocity ..............


osx (velocity) d slkFk v.kq
v ksad sforj.k ---------------------

gy % VlokZf/kd izkf;d =

2RT
M

2RT
M

43. Two chemically non-reactive


contained ..............

gases

are

45. A vessel initially contains two gases ..........


,d ik=k esaiz
kjEHk essa] A o B nksxSl sa--------------------------

MB
MA

1
2 MB
=

4
1 MA

3/ 2

MB
MA

1
4

2/3

Ratio of moles (eks


y ksad k vuqikr) =

nA
nB

2x
M
= A
1x
M
B

2MB
=
MA

1
1
=2
= .
4
2

P1 P2
2

44. Two glass bulbs A (of 100 mL.............


nksd kp d scYc A (100 mL {kerk d k).............
Sol. nT = nA + nB
PfVf = PAVA + PBVB
2150P
Pf =
250
215
Decrease in P of A = 20 P
P
25
1
285
% drop =
P
100 = 57%.
20 P
25
Sol. nT = nA + nB
PfVf = PAVA + PBVB
2150P
Pf =
250
215
A d snkc es
ad eh = 20 P
P
25
1
285
izfr'kr esad eh =
P
100 = 57%.
20 P
25

M
1
B =
M
8
A

leku ifjfLFkfr;ksad svUrxZr e'k% nkc P1 ---------------Sol. P1V1 + P2V2 = PR(V1 + V2) (PR = resulting
pressure) (PR = ifj.kkeh nkc)
P V P2 V2
PR = 1 1
V1 V2
If V1 = V2, PR =

MB
MA

(Moles of A comin g out initially) / t


(Moles of B coming out initially) / t

40. What will be the pressure exerted ................


3
27C ij 9 dm y kLd es
afufgr 3.2 g ----------Sol. According to PV = nRT
Total number of moles of gas mixture = 0.3 mol
so P = nRT/V
P = 0.821 atm
gy % PV = nRT d sv uql kj
xSl feJ .k d seksy ksad h d qy l a[ ;k = 0.3 eksy
v r%P = nRT/V
P = 0.821 atm

Sol. Vmost probable =

rA
n
= A
rB
nB

46. The IUPAC name of the compound ...............

;kSfxd

d k IUPAC ----------------------

Sol
3-3 dimethyl1cyclohexanol
3,3-Mkbes
fFky -1-lkbDy ks
gsDlsukW
y
47. The correct IUPAC name ...................
fuEu ;kSfxd d k lgh IUPAC --------------------Sol.

CH3
5
1
4 | 3
2
CH3 CH2 C CH CH CH2 CH3
|
CH3 CH2 CH CH2 CH2 CH2 CH3
6
10
7
8
9
5,6-diethyl3methyldec-4-ene
5,6-Mkb,fFky -3-es
fFky Msd 4-bZ
u

48. Which of the following pairs of................

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fuEu esalsd kSulk ;qXe leko;oh ---------------------Sol.

and

H O

2
Cl2O7
Sol. 2HClO 4

are identical

rFkk

perchloric
acid

le: i gS
A

Sol

fuEu esalsd kSulk ;qXe oy ;&J`a[ky k -------------------Sol.

gy %

(C3H6)

o
lkbDy ksizksisu

(C3 H6 )

53. Which of the following statement ........................


2

Cyclopropane

CH CH CH
3
2
izksihu

,ugkbMkbM

fuEu esalsd kSulk d Fku lgh -------------------------

&

Propene
(C3 H6 )

H2 O
2HClO 4
Cl2O7

ijDy ksfjd vEy

49. Which of the following pairs of...............

CH CH CH
3
2

anhydride

Sol. In sp Hybridised orbital


33.3%
= s character
66.6%
= p character
2
Sol. sp la
d fjr d {kd esa&
33.3%
= s y {k.k
66.6%
= p y {k.k

(C3H6)

54. A molecule which can not ..............


50. Which one of the following has the..............

fuEu esalsd kSu ,d fu;fer prq"Q y d h; ------------F

Sol. (1) BF4

sp3

(tetrahedral) (prq
"Q y d h;)

d kSulk v.kqlS) kfUrd : i lsfo|eku ----------------------Sol. OF4 will not exist, because oxygen cant expand
its octet.
OF4 fo|eku ughajg ld rk D;ks
afd vkWDlht u viuk

v"Vd izl kfjr ugh d j ld rh gSA

F
F

55. IUPAC name of the compound ................

(2) SF4
(oxZ
l ery h;)

;kSfxd

--------------------

COOH
1

Ethanoyl

(3) XeF4
(oxZ
l ery h;)

Sol.

CH3 C O
Oxy
O

Methoxy
2

C OCH3

O
Carbonyl

2- ethanoyloxy-3-methoxy carbonyl
Cyclopropone carboxylic acid.
COOH
1

Ethanoyl

(4) XeO2F4
(v"VQ y d h;)

Sol.

CH3 C O
Oxy
O

Methoxy
2

C OCH3

O
Carbonyl

2-,Fks
ukW;y vkWDlh-3-esFkkWDlhd kcksZfuy

lkbDy ksiz
ksisu

d kcksZfDlfy d vEy
51. Which of the following is wrong ...............

fuEu esalsd kSulsfod Yi d k e -----------------------

56. The minimum number of carbon..................

,Yd su] ,Yd hu rFkk ,Yd kbZu esa,d lcls-------------------

Sol. Li < B < Be < C (I.E)


52. Which of the following is correct ...................

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Sol. CH3 CH CH3

Alkane

|
CH3

Sol. P4

Alkene

CH3 CH C CH
|
CH3

CH3 CH CH3
|
gy %
CH3
CH3 C CH2
|
CH3

P
3

Alkyne

6 5
P
P

P4O6

O
O

,Yd su

12

O P

,Yd hu

,Yd kbu

O
O
||

P
O

O
O

fuEu esalsd kSulh ,Yd su] izd k'k d h mifLFkfr ------------

P4O10 O

||

57. Alkane that give only one alkyl-..................

Cl2
h

P O

O
O

Sol.

CH3 CH C CH
|
CH3

Sol.

||

CH3 C CH2
|
CH3

16

||

Cl2

d soy ,d mRikn

59. Correct order of bond angle ...............


CH2F2 es
aca/k d ks.k d k lgh --------------------Sol.
L.p.l.p > l.p.b.p > b.p.b.p (repulsion)
Order of bond angle
HCH < HCF < FCF
gy % L.p.l.p > l.p.b.p > b.p.b.p (izfrd "kZ.k)

ca/k d ks.k d k e
HCH < HCF < FCF

58. In P4, P4O6 and P4O10 have how


P4, P4O6 rFkkP4O10 es
afd rus ca/k ---------------------

60. Number of SS bond ...............


H2SxO6 es
aSS ca/k -------------------------Sol. Self explanatory

Lo;aO;k[;k d jsA

PART- C
MATHEMATICS
61. Let A = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5}; B = {2, 3, 6, 7}
ekuk A = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5}; B = {2, 3, 6, 7}
Sol.

A x B B x A
= (2,2),(2,3),(3,2),(3,3)

62. x

(logx a.loga y.logy z)

is

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x
Sol. x

(logx a.loga y.logy z)

cjkcj

(logx a.loga y.logy z)

= xlogx z = z

= q
= r

3 3 3 3

63. If p, q, r, s R then
;fn p, q, r, s R rc lehd j.k
Sol. D1 = P2 12q, D2 = r2 + 4q, D3 = s2 8q
If q > 0, then D2 > 0 if q < 0, then D1 > 0
at least two real roots
Hindi D1 = P2 12q, D2 = r2 + 4q, D3 = s2 8q

;fn q > 0, rc D2 > 0 ;fn q < 0, rc D1 > 0


d e lsd e nksokLrfod ew
y
64. The roots of the
l ehd j.k ix2 4x 4i = 0 d s
Sol. ix2 4x 4i = 0
x2 + 4ix 4 = 0 x2 + 2ix + 2ix 4 = 0
(x + 2i)(x + 2i) = 0 x = 2i, 2i.
65. If graph of y = ax2 + bx + c is
;fn uhpsfn;sx;s y = ax2 + bx + c
b
Sol. Since p w
afd
> 0
2a
b
b

=
2a
2a

b2 4ac
Since p w
afd
< 0
a
( b 2 4ac > 0 and a > 0)

b2 4ac
a

= ( ) ( 2 2 2 )
= p [( )2 3( )]
= p[p2 3q]
3 3 3 3r = p3 3pq
3 3 3 = p3 3pq + 3r
68. sin 36 sin 72 sin 108 sin
Sol. sin 36 sin 72 sin 108 sin 144
1
= sin2 36 sin2 72 = {( 2 sin2 36) (2 sin2 72)}
4
1
=
{(1 cos 72) (1 cos 144)}
4
1
= {(1 sin 18)(1 + cos 36)}
4
1
5 1
5 1
=
1
1

4
4
4

20
1
5
=
x
=
.
4
16
16
69. If cos + cos = a, sin + sin = b
;fn cos + cos = a, sin + sin = b
Sol.

b2 4ac
a

66. If both roots of x2 2ax + a2 + a 2 = 0


;fn x2 2ax + a2 + a 2 = 0 d s
Sol. both roots of equation x2 2ax + a2 + a 2 = 0
are less than '2'.
b
(i) D 0 a 2 (ii)
<2
a<2
2a
(iii) f(2) > 0

a > 2 or a < 1
so, a (, 1)
gy . x2 2ax + a2 + a 2 = 0 d snksuksaewy '2' lsNksVsgS

cos3
4cos3 3cos
=
= 4cos2 3
cos
cos
= 2(1+cos2) 3
= 2cos2 1
= 2cos( ) 1
= 2(coscos + sin sin) 1 ........(1)
Now vc a2 + b2 = 2 + 2coscos + 2sin sin
cos3
so fromvr% (1) ls
= a2 + b2 2 1
cos
= a2 + b2 3

70. If

x
=
cos

vr%
b
<2
2a

a < 2 (iii) f(2) > 0 a > 2 ;k a < 1


vr%a (, 1)
(i) D 0

a 2

(ii)

67. The sum of the cubes of the


l ehd j.k x 3 px 2 + qx r = 0 d s
Sol. Let , , will be roots of x3 px2+ qxr = 0

ekuk , , l ehd j.k x3 px2+ qx r = 0 d s ewy


gSA
= p

;fn

2
2

cos
cos 3
3

x
y
=
=
cos
2

cos
3

Sol: x + y + z = [cos + cos


+
3

cos
3

= [cos + 2 cos cos

2
]=0
3

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3
and A lies in third
4
3
;fn tanA =
rFkkA rhljsprqaFkkZ'k
4
3
3
4
Sol. tan A =
, sinA = , cosA =
and
4
5
5
4
vkSj cot A =
3
now vc
3 4

sin A cos A
7 3 21
= 5 5=
=
.
4
cot A
5 4 20
3
71. If tanA =

Sol. A =

1 r a
A Ara = 1
A 1
ra =
A
A 1
a = logr
A

..................(1)

Similarly blh iz
d kj b = logr

B 1
B

............(2)

a
A 1
= logB1
b
A
B
1 3 i
, then the value of the
2
1 3 i
;fn x =
gksrksO;at d
2
Sol. 2x 1 = i 3
2
4x 4x + 1= 3
2
x x+1=0
4
2
2
x x + 6x 4 = x x + 6x 4
2
= x + 5x 4
= x + 1 + 5x 4
= 4x 3
= 1 + 2i 3
78. If x =

72. The minimum value of


3 cosx + 4 sinx + 8 d k
Sol. min(3 cosx + 4 sinx) = (32 42 ) = 5
min [(3 cosx + 4sinx) + 8] = 8 + (5) = 3
73. If 2 5 7 6 a 4 5 6 b is
;fn 2 5 7 6 a 4 5 6 b, 15 ls
Sol. Sum of the digits va
d ksad k ;ksxQ y = a + b + 35
it is divisible by 15 if a = 4, b = 0 (from options)
;g 15 lsfoHkkft r gksxk ;fn a = 4, b = 0
74. If 8

8x

;fn 8

79.

= 4096 then
8x

= 4096

gS] rks

The solution set of


(x 2)10 (x 1)3 (2x 1)5 (x 8)2

x 24 (x 3)3 (x 2)5

Sol. 8 8 = 212
8x/2 = 4
23x/2 = 22
3x

= 2 x = 4/3
2

Sol. Here zeros are ;gk'kw


U;kad 2, 1, 1/2, 8 gSA
and not define at ,oa0, 3, 2 ij v ifjHkkf"kr

gSA

75. Greatest integer less than the


l a[ ;k log 2 15 . log 1 / 6 2. log 3 1/6 l s N ksV k

Sol. log 2 15 . log 1 / 6 2. log 3 1/6 = log 3 15


2 < log 3 15 < 3
Greatest integer less than the number
log 2 15 . log 1 / 6 2. log 3 1/6 is 2
Hindi log 2 15 . log 1 / 6 2. log 3 1/6 = log 3 15
2 < log 3 15 < 3

0 d k

l a[ ;k log 2 15 . log 1 / 6 2. log 3 1/6 l s N ksV k


egke iw.kkd eku 2 gSA

76. The set of real value(s) of p for


p d sekuks
ad k leqPp; ft ld sfy , lehd j.k

77. If A = 1 + ra + r2a + r3a +......... and


;fn A = 1 + ra + r2a + r3a +......... vkSj

x (2, 1] [1/2, 3) {8}


80. Number of integral solution of
lehd j.k | |x 1| + 2 | 4 d siw.kkd
Sol. 4 |x1| + 2 4
6 |x1| 2
|x1| 2
2 (x1) 2
1x3
x [ 1 ,3 ]
so 5 integral solutions iw
.kkd gy ksad h la[;k 5 gSA
81. Solution set of the

vlfed k x 2 x 6 < 2x 3 d k
Sol.

x 2 x 6 < 2x 3
Domain iz
kUr x2 x 6 0 (x 3) (x + 2) 0
x (, 2] [3, )
3
Case fLFkfr-I : x <
2

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(+ve) < (ve)


Never true d Hkh lR; ugha
x =
3
Case fLFkfr-II : x
2
(+ve) < (+ve)
squaring oxZd jusij
x2 x 6 < 4x2 + 9 12x
3x2 11x + 15 > 0
11
x2
x+5>0
3
121
D=
20 < 0
9
3

x R x ,
2

Sol.

85. If 2nd , 5th, 11th terms of an AP are in

e.............
vuq e a b b b c c c c c d d d d d d d e e.............
Sol. {a} {b b b} {c c c c c} {d.......d} .......

32

42

8th gap has position from 72 + 1 to 82


8ohafLFkfr 72 + 1 ls82 iz
kIr gksrh gSA
83. Sum to infinite terms of the
2 5
8
11
Js.kh +

.............
12
24
3 6
2 5
8
11
Sol. S =
+

...............
12
24
3 6
S 2 5
8
=

.....................+
2 6 12 24
3S 2 3
3
3

= +

+..........
2
12
24
3 6
3S
2 3
1 1

=
1 2 ...........

2
2 2
3 6

2 3
=
3 6

S=

....(3)

Adding (1), (2) &o (3) d kst ks


M usij
abc
ab
bc
ca

2
ab bc ac

82. In the sequence a b b b c c c c c d d d d d d d e

22

bc
bc

....(2)
4
bc

ac
ac

4
ac

izkUr d slkFk mHk;fu"V y susij

....(1)

Similarlyblh iz
d kj

x , Now take intersection with domain


2

ab
2

1
1
2

a b
ab
ab

4
ab

1
2 1 1
=
=
1 3 3 3
1
2

2
9

84. If a, b, c are positive numbers then

;fn a, b, c /kukRed la[;k gS] rc

;fn lekUrj Js<h d s2ok, 5ok, 11okin


Sol. (i) (a + d) (a + 10d) = (a + 4d)2

a = 2d

(ii) a + 9d = 3 + 3(a + d) 6d 2a = 3
3
3
Tn 3 (n 1)
(n 1)
2
2
3
from (1) &o (2)ls d , a = 3
2
11

S11

4 (n 1)

n 1

9 2
2 32 .... 122

9
12 22 .... 122 1

4
9 12.13.25

1
4
6

86. If in a G.P. Sn = 1023,

;fn Sn = 1023, Tn = 512, T3 = 4 xq.kkskj

Sol. Tn = 512 = arn 1


T3 = 4 = ar2
divided by 128 = rn 3 = 27
n = 10
87. Which of the following is not an

fuEufy f[kr esalsd kSuls


Sol. Let R = {(a, b) : a + b is an even integer a, bz}
ekuk R = {(a, b) : a + b ,d le iw.kk
d gSa, bz}
For aZ, a + a = 2a is an even integer.
.kk
d gS
aZ d sfy ,, a + a = 2a ,d le iw
(a, a)R a Z
R is reflexive.

R Lorq
Y;

gSA

Let (a, b)R. a + b is even integer.


ekuk (a, b)R. a + b ,d le iw.kkd gSA

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R is symmetric. R lefer
Let

gSA

ekuk (a, b), (b, c)R.

88.

a + b and b + c are even integers


a + b vkS
j b + c le iw.kkd gSA

(a + c + 2b) 2b = a + c is even integer


(a + c + 2b) 2b = a + c le iw
.kk
d gSA

gS
A

Let R = {(a, b) : a b is even integers, a, bZ}.


ekuk R = {(a, b) : a b le iw.kkd gS, a, bZ}.
For aZ, a a = 0 is an even integer.
aZ d sfy ,, a a = 0 ,d le iw
.kkd gSA
R Lorq
Y;

gSA

Let (a, b) R. a b is even integer.


ekuk (a, b)R. a b le iw.kkd gSA
(a b) is even integer.
(a b) le iw
.kkd gSA
b a is even integer (b, a)R
b a le iw
.kkd gSA (b, a)R
R lefer

R is symmetric.

1 tan2 4 tan2 3
Sol.

is

cjkcj

tan2 4 tan2 3
1 tan2 4 tan2 3
=

(tan 4 tan3 )(tan 4 tan3 )


(1 tan 4 tan3 )(1 tan 4 tan3 )

= tan (4 + 3) . tan (4 3)
= tan 7 .tan

R is an equivalence relation.
R ,d rq
Y; lEcU/k gS
A

(a, a)R
R is reflexive.

1 tan2 4 tan2 3
tan2 4 tan2 3

(a + b) + (b + c) = a + c + 2b is even integer
(a + b) + (b + c) = a + c + 2b le iw
.kkd gSA

(a, c)R R is transitive. R la


ked

tan2 4 tan2 3

gSA

89. If relation R is defined as R


;fn lEcU/kR bl izd kj ifjHkkf"kr gS
Sol. Obviously (3)
90. If A and B are any two
;fn A vkSj B d ksbZnksleqPp;
Sol. If possible let ;fn la
Hko gSekuk (A B) B
Let ekuk x (A B) B x (A B)
and vkS
jxB

(x A and vkS
j x B) and vkSj x B

x A and vkS
j (x B and vkSj x B)
but x A Band x B can not be possible
simultaneously.
ijUrqx A B vkSj x B laHko ughagksld rk gSA
(A B) B =

Let (a, b) (b, c)R.


a b, b c are even integers.
ekuk (a, b) (b, c)R. a b, b c le

iw.kkd gSA

(a b) + (b c) is even integer
(a b) + (b c) le iw
.kk
d gSA
a c is even integer

a c le

(a, c)R
R is transitive. R la
ked

iw.kkd gSA

gS
A

R is an equivalence relation.
R ,d rq
Y; lEcU/k gS
A
Let ekuk R = {(a, b) : a < b, a, bZ}.
Let ekuk aZ,

a < a is false. vlR;

gSA
R is not reflexive. R Lorq
Y; ughagS
A
R is not an equivalence relation.
R ,d rq
Y; lEcU/k ughagS
A
Let ekuk R = {(a, b) : a = b, a, bZ}.
It is quite easy to check that R is an equivalence
relation.

;g vklku gSfd R ,d rqY; lEcU/k gS


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CUMULATIVE TEST-1 (CT-1)


TARGET : JEE (MAIN)-2017
DATE : 20-09-2015 | CLASS-XI | COURSE : ALL INDIA TEST SERIES (VIKALP)

ANSWER KEY
CODE-0
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