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TEST 7
ANSWERS
1. (4)
2. (3)
3. (2)
4. (4)
5. (1)
6. (2)
7. (4)
8. (3)
9. (2)
10. (2)
11. (4)
12. (1)
13. (3)
14. (4)
15. (3)
16. (4)
17. (3)
18. (4)
19. (4)
20. (4)
21. (2)
22. (3)
23. (3)
24. (4)
25. (1)
26. (4)
27. (4)
28. (1)
29. (4)
30. (2)
31. (4)
32. (3)
33. (3)
34. (4)
35. (4)
36. (1)
37. (2)
38. (3)
39. (4)
40. (2)
41. (2)
42. (4)
43. (3)
44. (4)
45. (4)
46. (3)
47. (4)
48. (1)
49. (1)
50. (4)
51. (4)
52. (2)
53. (2)
54. (1)
55. (1)
56. (3)
57. (1)
58. (3)
59. (3)
60. (2)
61. (4)
62. (3)
63. (2)
64. (1)
65. (2)
66. (4)
67. (1)
68. (3)
69. (3)
70. (3)
71. (2)
72. (2)
73. (3)
74. (4)
75. (2)
76. (4)
77. (4)
78. (2)
79. (2)
80. (2)
81. (4)
82. (2)
83. (4)
84. (2)
85. (3)
86. (2)
87. (3)
88. (1)
89. (3)
90. (4)
91. (2)
92. (1)
93. (1)
94. (3)
95. (3)
96. (1)
97. (4)
98. (2)
99. (2)
100. (4)
101. (3)
102. (4)
103. (2)
104. (1)
105. (2)
106. (3)
107. (4)
108. (4)
109. (2)
110. (1)
111. (3)
112. (2)
113. (1)
114. (4)
115. (3)
116. (4)
117. (3)
118. (1)
119. (2)
120. (3)
121. (3)
122. (4)
123. (4)
124. (4)
125. (3)
126. (2)
127. (3)
128. (4)
129. (3)
130. (3)
131. (4)
132. (2)
133. (3)
134. (1)
135. (3)
136. (4)
137. (3)
138. (3)
139. (3)
140. (4)
141. (2)
142. (3)
143. (2)
144. (2)
145. (4)
146. (1)
147. (2)
148. (4)
149. (3)
150. (1)
151. (3)
152. (3)
153. (3)
154. (4)
155. (1)
156. (1)
157. (2)
158. (3)
159. (4)
160. (2)
161. (3)
162. (1)
163. (3)
164. (4)
165. (3)
166. (2)
167. (4)
168. (2)
169. (3)
170. (2)
171. (4)
172. (4)
173. (1)
174. (2)
175. (4)
176. (2)
177. (4)
178. (2)
179. (3)
180. (1)
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Hints to Selected Questions
[

PHYSICS]
1. Answer (4)
Effective radius,
10cm
20cm
(1 sin30 )
= =

r
2 19
27
10 1.6 10 0.2
1.66 10


= =

Bqr
v
m
= 1.92 10
5
m/s
2. Answer (3)
1 2mV
R
B q
=
1 2 (2 )
2 2
/2
' = =
m v
R R
B q
3. Answer (2)

= = S E B i j k

B

is in the direction of +z-axis. The direction of


poynting vector does not change. Therefore,
0

sin( ) B B t kx k = e

4. Answer (4)
2 s
20
t
= t = T LC
When electrical energy equals the magnetic energy,
2 2
2 2 0
0
1 1
2 2 2 2
q q
LI LI
C C
= + =
2 2
0
2
2 2
=
q q
C C
2
2
1
2 2
(
=
(

q
LI
C
0
0
cos
2
q
q q t = = e
3 5
, , etc.
4 4 4
t t t
e = t
Hence, energy is equally shared at
3 5
, , etc.
8 8 8
=
T T T
t
i.e.,
3 5
s, s, s etc.
160 160 160
t t t
5. Answer (1)
In L, C and LC circuit, = 90
cos = 0
In LCR circuit, power factor cos = 1 at resonance.
In purely resistive circuit, cos = 1.
6. Answer (2)
If the aeroplane is landing down and its wings are in
N-S direction, no flux lines are cut and there is no
induced EMF developed.
7. Answer (4)
Superconductors provide perfect magnetic screening
using Meissner effect. Iron rings can also modify
magnetic field so that all the lines pass through
them and object kept within the ring is protected
from magnetic field.
8. Answer (3)
3/ 2
2 2 2
0
2 2 3/ 2 2
27 5

1 2( ) 1
( +
= =
(
+ +

NIR R
B
R x R
2
2/ 3
2
25
(27)
1
R
R
+
=
+
= 2 m R
9. Answer (2)
45
45
O I
Magnetic field at O,
0
4 (sin45 sin45 )
4
I
B
r

= +
t
0
1 1
4
1
2 2
4
2
I | |
= +
|
\ .
t

0
2 2 I
=
t
10. Answer (2)
1 mv
r r
Bq q
=
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11. Answer (4)
Magnetic field due to semicircular loop
0

( )
4
I
i
r

= in
y-z plane
1
B

Magnetic field due to semicircular loop in x-z plane,


2
B

( )
4
I
j
r

=
12. Answer (1)
Angular momentum of electron
2
e
L
m
=
But
2
nh
L =
t
[from Bohrs model]

4
eh
m
=
t
13. Answer (3)
Only accelerated charges produce EMW.
14. Answer (4)
Voltage magnification
0 L
0
L V 1 L 1 L
Q
E R R R C
LC
e
= = = =
0
1
RC
=
e
15. Answer (3)
Average energy density,
2
0
av
0
2
B
u =

16. Answer (4)


The total flux passing through the loop is equal to
that passing outside the loop but these will be
opposite in direction. Hence, total flux will be zero.
17. Answer (3)
Net force =
1 2
3
1 2
k k
Mg Bil k y
k k
| |
= +
|
+
\ .
18. Answer (4)
The voltage sensitivity of a moving coil galvanometer
is independent of number of turns.
19. Answer (4)
0 0
1
, c =
c
0 0
1

r r
r r
c
v n
v
= = = c
c c
2
r
r
n
=
c
2
0 0
2 2

4 4
r
r
dl r dl r n
dB
r r
| |
= =
|
t t c
\ .

I I
20. Answer (4)
Each spoke is in parallel connection and EMF
across each spoke is
2
1
.
2
Bl e
21. Answer (2)
tan
tan
cos cos
'
u
u' = = =
| |
v v
H H
B B
B B
Where
u'
and are apparent dip and true dip. is
the angle that the vertical plane of the needle makes
with the magnetic meridian.
22. Answer (3)
23. Answer (3)
Microwaves (short radio waves) are used in RADAR
and satellite communication due to the directional
properties.
24. Answer (4)
Time-dependent magnetic field can produce electric
field. Electric field can move a charged particle at
rest.
25. Answer (1)
0 1 2 1 2
2
4
m
q q v v
F
r

=
t
1 2
2
0
1
4
e
q q
F
r
=
tc

1 2
1 2 0 0 2
m
e
F v v
v v
F c
= c =
26. Answer (4)
Magnetisation depends on magnetising field,
temperature and no material can be saturated
beyond saturation point.
27. Answer (4)
Outside the bar magnet, the field lines are from N to S
whereas inside the bar magnet, it is from S to N.
Hence, net magnetic flux through the closed surface
is zero.
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28. Answer (1)
Ferromagnetic substances suddenly become
paramagnetic at curie-point temperature (or above it).
29. Answer (4)
No flux links to the loop. Hence, change in flux will
be zero.
30. Answer (2)
mean 0
2
...(i) I I =
t
rms 0
1
...(ii)
2
= I I
From (i) & (ii), rms mean
2 2
I I
t
=
31. Answer (4)
Eddy currents are induced currents circulated in
metals when subjected to varying magnetic field.
This can be used in induction furnace, dead beat
galvanometers, electric brakes and many more
devices.
32. Answer (3)
Lenzs law is consistent with the principle of the
conservation of energy as the mechanical energy is
converted into electrical energy.
33. Answer (3)
Permanent magnets should have high retentivity so
that magnet is strong and high coercivity so that it
i s not easi l y demagneti sed due to external
conditions such as heating, external magnetic field
or mechanical jerks.
34. Answer (4)
Magnetic inclination, magnetic declination and
horizontal components of earths magnetic field are
the elements of earths magnetic field.
35. Answer (4)
The magnetic field due to straight current carrying
conductor is circular and concentric.
36. Answer (1)
The primary function of electric field is to energize the
beam.
37. Answer (2)
Cyclotrons are not suitable for light particles such
as electrons and positrons and neutrons like neutral
particles.
38. Answer (3)
The wires are parallel. Nothing has been said in the
question about the direction of current in them.
39. Answer (4)
F = BIL,
But L = 2R,
F = BI(2R)
40. Answer (2)
Apparent dip, is
tan
tan
cos cos
V V
H H
B B
B B
'
o
o' = = =
| |
tan tan cos ' o = o |

1 1
tan60 3 1
3 3
= = =
= 45
41. Answer (2)
At magnetic equator angle of dip = 0
At pole, = 90 upwards.
42. Answer (4)
Soft iron is used to manufacture electromagnets
because their magnetic permeability is high and
retentivity and coercivity are small.
43. Answer (3)
A = r
2
= 0.01 m
2
B = 10
2
T
= 90 60
= 30
= BA cos
= 10
2
0.01 cos 60
= 5 10
5
Wb
44. Answer (4)
2
1
2
LI = Energy = [ML
2
T
2
]
45. Answer (4)
L
R
and RC represent time constants in LR and CR
circuit,
LC
is having the dimension of time.
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CHEMISTRY]
46. Answer (3)
H N CH CH CHO
2
COOH HOOC
2 3
4 1
2-Amino-3-formylbutane-1, 4-dioic acid
47. Answer (4)
(i) C C C C C
Cl
(ii) C C C C C
Cl
(iii) C C C C
Cl
C
(iv) C C C C C Cl
(v)
C C C C
C
Cl
(vi) C C C C
Cl
C
(vii)
C
C C C C Cl
(viii) C C C Cl
C
C
48. Answer (1)
Number of geometrical isomers = 2
n
= 2
2
= 4.
49. Answer (1)
CH
3
CH C CH CH CH CH
3 2 3
OH
1 3 4 5 6 2
*
3-Hexen-2-ol
It has chiral carbon which gives rise to optical
isomerism.
50. Answer (4)
Antiaromatic compound is formed.
51. Answer (4)
Torsional strain is caused by repulsion of the
bonding electrons of one substituent with bonding
electrons of a nearby substituent.
52. Answer (2)
Maximum covalency of nitrogen is equal to four.
CH
2
CH
2
CH
2
53. Answer (2)
54. Answer (1)
55. Answer (1)
It has three -hydrogen, so number of
hyperconjugative structure is equal to three.
56. Answer (3)
I - effect increases the stability of carbanion and
+I - effect decreases the stability of carbanion.
57. Answer (1)
58. Answer (3)
It is non-planar molecule and has tub-shape.
59. Answer (3)
60. Answer (2)
61. Answer (4)
NR
2
< OR < F
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62. Answer (3)
Na + C + N + S NaCNS
Fuse
NaCNS + aq. FeCl
3
[Fe(CNS)]Cl + NaCl
2
Blood-red
63. Answer (2)
Mg
2
P
2
PO
7
2P
222 g MgP
2
O
7
62 g P
% of P
=
2 2 7
Mass of Mg P O formed 62
100
222 Mass of substance taken

=
66 0.222
100
222 0.62
= 10%
64. Answer (1)
65. Answer (2)
Br
MgBr
Br Br
+ Mg
+ MgBr
2
66. Answer (4)
67. Answer (1)
hv
Cl /h
2
v
+ Cl
2
Cl
Cl
Cl
Cl /h
2
v
68. Answer (3)
69. Answer (3)
H PO
3 4
H + H PO
2 4
CH OH + H
2
CH
2
H O
2
H H PO
2 4
H PO
3 4
Ring expansion
70. Answer (3)
At anode : (Oxidation)
C O C O
C O C O
O O
O O
+ 2e
2CO
2
71. Answer (2)
Alkyne gives trans-alkene in presence of liquid
NH
3
/Li.
72. Answer (2)
O N
2
CH CH CH
3
H
O N
2
CH CH CH
2 3
Less stable
O N
2
O N
2
CH CH CH
3 2
CH CH CH
2 3
More stable
(More hyperconju-
gative structure)
(Major)
Cl
H
Cl
73. Answer (3)
H SO
2 4
H + HSO
4
+ H
1, 2-hydride
Pt
Shift
H
2
H
H
HSO
4
(A)
2-Carbocation
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74. Answer (4)
CH CH C CH
3 2
CH CH C C Ag
3 2
CH CH C Cu
3 2
C
CH CH C Na
3 2
C
AgNO
3
NH OH
4
Cu Cl
2 2
NH OH
4
NaNH
2
NH
3
75. Answer (2)
76. Answer (4)
77. Answer (4)
78. Answer (2)
O O
H
+
H H
O O
79. Answer (2)
CH C CH
3
CH C CH
3 2
Hg , H SO
2+
2 4
OH
CH C CH
3 3
Tautomerises
O
CH C CH
3
CH C H
3
CH
2
B H , THF
2 6
OH , H O
2 2
O
KMnO
4
Hot
Cold
OH
C
O + CO + H O
2 2
OH
KMnO , OH
4
80. Answer (2)
Dehydration of I gives
Dehydration of II gives
Dehydration of III gives most conjugated
Dehydration of IV gives conjugated
Thus, dehydration is in order I < II < IV < III
81. Answer (4)
CH MgBr + CH CH O H
3 3 2
CH + Mg
4
Br
OCH CH
2 3
CH MgBr + CH CH NH
3 3 2 2
CH + Mg
4
Br
NH C H
2 5
CH MgBr + H O
3 2
CH + Mg
4
Br
OH
CH MgBr + CH NO
3 3 2
CH + Mg
4
Br
O N CH
2
O
82. Answer (2)
83. Answer (4)
84. Answer (2)
Br
Br
Br
Br
Na
ether
+ 4NaBr
85. Answer (3)
Mg C + H O
2 3 2
Mg(OH) + CH C CH
2 3
Propyne
CaC + H O
2 2
Ca(OH) + CH CH
2
Ethyne
86. Answer (2)
NH
2
is stronger electron-releasing group than CH
3
group, therefore bromination will take place at
p-position with respect to NH group.
87. Answer (3)
88. Answer (1)
89. Answer (3)
90. Answer (4)
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91. Answer (2)
The backbone is constituted by sugar phosphate
and the bases project inside.
92. Answer (1)
93. Answer (1)
94. Answer (3)
The starch grains produced are of intermediate size in
Bb seeds, the alleles show incomplete dominance.
95. Answer (3)
In stem, solid stems lead to non-preference by the
stem sawfly.
96. Answer (1)
97. Answer (4)
Leaf curl disease is caused by virus.
98. Answer (2)
Jaya and Ratna were developed in India. Saccharum
barberi was originally grown in North India.
99. Answer (2)
IARI has also released vitamin-A enriched carrots,
spinach and pumpkin.
100. Answer (4)
Vitamin content.
101. Answer (3)
Naked protoplasts are isolated using cellulose.
102. Answer (4)
Frankia helps in nitrogen fixation in the root of non-
leguminous plants.
103. Answer (2)
Gamma radiations are used during mutation
breeding.
104. Answer (1)
The plants which are genetically identical to the
original plant from which they are grown, known as
somaclones.
105. Answer (2)
The human genome contai ns 3164.7 mi l l i on
nucleotide bases.
106. Answer (3)
No. of gametes = 2
n
No. of genotypes = 3
n
No. of phenotypes = 2
n
(where n = number of heterozygotes)
107. Answer (4)
1
100 1.56% (very dark individuals)
64
=
108. Answer (4)
109. Answer (2)
Klinefelters syndrome and Downs syndrome are
chromosomal disorders.
110. Answer (1)
Change in a single base pair of DNA can cause
mutation.
In chicken, male is zz and female is zw.
111. Answer (3)
112. Answer (2)
113. Answer (1)
114. Answer (4)
115. Answer (3)
Arabidopsis, Caenorhabditis, Drosophila.
116. Answer (4)
In paracentric inversion, centromere is not involved.
117. Answer (3)
118. Answer (1)
A and B are amino acid-binding sites.
119. Answer (2)
Colours-blindness is sex-linked disease, so father
can transmit the disease to daughter.
120. Answer (3)
Vicia faba is leguminous crop (eukaryote).
121. Answer (3)
Unwinding creates a coiling tension ahead of the
moving replication fork, a structure that will be formed
when DNA replication begins. This tension is reduced
by Topoisomerases.
122. Answer (4)
123. Answer (4)
Severo ochoa enzyme i s pol ynucl eoti de
phosphorylase.
124. Answer (4)
In human, the sex chromosomes are X and Y both.
125. Answer (3)
126. Answer (2)
hnRNA is precursor of mRNA.
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BIOLOGY

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127. Answer (3)
128. Answer (4)
129. Answer (3)
130. Answer (3)
I I
A B
I I
O O
I I ,
A O
I I
B O
The blood group O of one of the parent is absent in
offspring.
131. Answer (4)
Y-linked recessive gene is holandric gene.
132. Answer (2)
Selfing of F
1

R r
RR Rr
rr Rr
R
r
RR = Red, Rr = Pink
rr = White
133. Answer (3)
134. Answer (1)
pqrs
p q s r
10%
18%
4% 8%
14%
135. Answer (3)
Female Drosophila is XX.
136. Answer (4)
Reproductive health means total well-being in all
aspects of reproduction like physical, emotional,
behavioural and social.
137. Answer (3)
138. Answer (3)
CDRI of Lucknow is famous for invention of non-
steroidal drug Saheli.
139. Answer (3)
Condom, a birth control device, also helps in
protection from STDs.
140. Answer (4)
141. Answer (2)
Oparin and Haldane described that life comes from
pre-existing non-living organic molecules.
142. Answer (3)
Stellar distances are measured in light years.
143. Answer (2)
144. Answer (2)
145. Answer (4)
Electron spin resonance is most accurate method for
dating of fossils.
146 Answer (1)
147. Answer (2)
148. Answer (4)
149. Answer (3)
The figure is of Tyrannosaurus rex which was about
20 feet in height and had huge fearsome dagger-like
teeth.
150. Answer (1)
Thorn of Bougainvillea and tendril of Cucurbita
represent homology because both of them are
axillary in origin.
151. Answer (3)
152. Answer (3)
153. Answer (3)
154. Answer (4)
155. Answer (1)
156. Answer (1)
157. Answer (2)
Haemozoin is the toxic substance produced by
malarial parasite due to breakdown of haemoglobin.
158. Answer (3)
159. Answer (4)
Interferons are cytokine barriers which protect
non-infected cells from further viral infection.
160. Answer (2)
Colostrum is rich in antibodies which is secreted by
mother during the initial days of lactation.
161. Answer (3)
162. Answer (1)
In bone marrow and thymus immature lymphocytes
differentiate into antigen-sensitive lymphocytes so
they are called primary lymphoid organs.
163. Answer (3)
164. Answer (4)
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165. Answer (3)
166. Answer (2)
167. Answer (4)
168. Answer (2)
It is the figure of morphine so when acetylation of
morphine is done then diacetylmorphine (heroin) is
formed.
169. Answer (3)
170. Answer (2)
171. Answer (4)
172. Answer (4)
173. Answer (1)
174. Answer (2)
12-18 years of age may be thought of as
adolescence period.
175. Answer (4)
176. Answer (2)
Prolonged use of alcohol causes fibre formation in
liver and it leads to liver cirrhosis.
177. Answer (4)
178. Answer (2)
179. Answer (3)
180. Answer (1)