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JEE(Main)-2015
ANSWERS, HINTS & SOLUTIONS
PART TEST IV
(Main)

Q. No.

PHYSICS

CHEMISTRY

MATHEMATICS

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

16.

17.

18.

19.

20.

21.

22.

23.

24.

25.

26.

27.

28.

29.

30.

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Physics
1.

PART I

3 14 10 6 5
15.7 ohm metre.
1
2r L R

ohm metre.
L
R
r

01 01 01
15 7 2

ohm metre
1
1
5

15.7 02 01 002 ohm metre


15.7 032 m
= 0.50 m
2.

100

P
3 0 1 2 0 2 3 0 3 4 0 1
P

3 4 9 4 2%
3.

A N0 e t0

3Ae 3N0 e t

1
t t
e 0 e 1
e
1
t t0 .

4.

f a2 Z b .

(D)

5.

Imax

Imin

I1

I2

I1

I2

I1 1

if I1 > I2
I2 1
6.

100

sin 50t
5 2

100

IL
sin 50t
5 2

Ic

I = 20sin(50t)

10 2

5 2

/4
/4
I=Ic+IL

/4

/4

5 2

8.

When u decreases v increases. For plane mirror u decreases.


the image in plane mirror moves towards the left.

9.

n 2rn and rn = n2r1


:r1 2n :1
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10.

Apparent depth =

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t1 t 2

1 2

t
t
Shift = t1 t 2 1 2
1 2
t
10 3
3.0 t1 10 1

4
1.5

3.0 =

t1
2.5
3

t1 = 1.5 cm
11.

In case of X-rays characteristic intensity of K, K, K . . . . goes on decreasing while photon


energy increases. This indicates that probabilities of P1, P2 and P3 should be in increasing order.

12.

Maximum energy of X ray photon = 2000 eV


KEmax = 2000 (100 + 5.8) = 1894.2 eV

13.

v0 x2
2
vi
y
x=2y

1 1 1

v u f
1 1 1

y 2y f
f
2
y

15.

x dsin d

y
0
D

y = D sin
1
1000
5 mm. below.
200

16.

m = 1 and Vxo = Voy


VxI = m2 Vxo
VyI = -m Vyo

17.

2 1 2 1

v' 4
R
3 2 3 2

v v'
R
1 22
1.3
1

3
x
20
R
1.3 1 1 1.3


Hence,
x
20 y 20

3 1 3 1 2 2

v
u
R
1 1.3 3 1 2 2


y 20
R

1.3 y > x

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18.

The sound wave will be totally internally reflected on the surface.


For light wave
3 108
1 sin 450 =
sin r
2.2 108
0.75
r = sin-1
rad .
2
=-

3
0.75
0.75

sin1
sin1
=
rad.
4
4
2
2

19.

152 + 202 = 52 + X2C 100 X2C 100 = 600 XC =

20.

FT Fm mg ILB mg

21.

E BV E BV
=
B mg 0
R
R

mg
E=
B V
RB
Using symmetry, current will not flow in the resistor.

Sound
0

45

45

Water

so, I

22.

1
feq

1 2
1 2

f1 f2 15

1
R1

m
1 m
1
15

feq m
15
15
15

O 1.2

30 7.5

22.5

2
2
22.5
15
4
This
m m 1 .
2
3
1
and feq

4 1.2

1.6
m
3 1.2
3
For image to be coincident, either the rays should retrace or the image due to the lens should
formed just at the pole of the mirror in thin case. The image formed due to lens is at 30 cm (2f) be
from the lens. Thus either this image should be at centre of curvature of the convex mirror or at
the pole of the mirror. Hence 6cm or 30 cm should be the separation between the lens and the
mirror.
The charges on each capacitor will be equal to Q/2 (how?) when the current in the circuit is
maximum.

Also
23.

24.

29.

Initially the current in the circuit is zero, and there is no potential drop across the internal
resistance.
di
di
L1 1 L 2 2 , at t = 0.
dt
dt
At any time t,
di
di
L1 1 L 2 2 ir
dt
dt

30.

( 1)t = n
(1 1) 1.8 10 5 18

( 2 1) 3.6 10 5
9
(1 1) 4( 2 1)
4 2 1 3

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Chemistry

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PART II
SECTION A

1.

In fcc a2 = 2 2r
4r
bcc a1 =
3

a1 4r
1
2

a2
3 2 2r
3

2.

In K 3 Fe C 2 O 4 3 ; O.N. of Fe = 3 + x + 3(2) = 0
x = +3
C2O42 is a bidentate ligand.
C.N of Fe = 3(2) = 6

3.

4NaCl K 2Cr2O7 3H2SO4 2CrO2Cl2 2Na2SO4 K 2SO4 3H2O


Cr2 O2 Cl2 4NaOH Na2 CrO4 2NaCl 2H2 O

4.

Cell reaction is Zn Cu2


Zn2 Cu
0
Ecell Ecell

2
RT Zn
ln
nF Cu2

Greater the factor Zn2 / Cu 2 , less is the EMF.


6.

He has the weakest vander waals forces of attraction due to its smallest size and hence lowest
boiling point. In other words, its liquefaction is difficult. As the size of noble gas increases from He
to Xe, vander waals forces increase and consequently boiling point increases and liquefaction
becomes easy.

8.

PA0 x A PA0

yA

PB0 XBPB0

PA
x APA0
x APA0

0
0
0
PA PB x APA xBPB x APA 1 x A PB0

x A PA0 PB0 PB0


1

yA
x APA0
1 PA0 1 PB0 PA0

x A Pb0 y A
PB0
slope

9.

PA0
PB0

Iint ercept

PB0 PA0
PB0

Ag 8 10 13 Ag 1.0M
R
L
Ag
E 0 0.059log L 0.71 V
Ag
R

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10.

G0 = nFE0
H0 - TS0 = nFE0
S 0
H0
E0
T
nF
nF
Solving for E0 at 25C and 20C gives
0
S = 30.88 JK1

12.

Cl2 2KOH KCl KClO H2O

...(i)

3KClO 2KCl KClO 3

...(ii)

4KClO3
3KClO4 KCl
...(iii)
Multiply equation (i) by 12 and equation (ii) by 4 and add equation (i), (ii) and (iii) to obtain
12Cl2 24KOH 21KCl 3KClO 4 12H2O
852

415.5

1000 g KClO4 will be produced from =

852 1000
g
415.5

= 2.05 kg
13.

Isotonic solutions have same molar concentration.


6g urea/litre = 0.1 M
34.2 g sucrose/litre = 0.1 M

14.

k1
As k1 is lowest, hence A
B is slowest.

16.

Co en 2 Cl2 Br shows ionization isomerism, cis and trans isomerism and optical isomerism.

17.

Na3VO4 contains vanadium in +5 oxidation state which has vacant d orbitals and is thus
colourless.

18.

G = 2FE = RT ln K
K = 1010

19.

m = ZQ ; m =

20.

For Zn + 2Fe

108
965 = 1.08
1 96500

+2

+2

Zn + 2Fe

E ocell 0.44 0.76 ve and hence, the reaction is

spontaneous.
21.

Lowering, P a number of solute particles.


Hence, HA1 is stronger acid than HA2 (Given P1 > P2) and pK a < pK a .
1

23.

1000
(639.7 631.9)
m=

= 0.156.
639.7
78

24.

The stabilization of the dispersed phase is due to adsorption of the ions.

25.

Auto catalyst

30.

In case of Ti, it is in +4 oxidation state and has no d-electrons in case of Cu d-orbitals are filled so
in both cases d-d-transition will not take place and compound will be colourless.

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Mathematics
1.

2.

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PART III

31 1259
Because | | 15a a

30
900

Only if a = 0

dy
y
y 3 1 cos x 0
dx
x
1 dy
1

1 cos x
y 3 dx y2 x

1
u
y2
1 du u

1 cos x
2 dx x

Let

dx
IF e x x2
ux 2 2 x 2 1 cos x dx

x2
2y

x3
x 2 sin x 2x cos x 2sin x k
3

3.

p q p p q
p q p q
p.q 0
p q r p. q r p. q p q p q2 . p 2 1

4.

AA T I
a b c a c b 1 0 0
c a b b a c 0 1 0
b c a c b a 0 0 1
a2 b2 c 2 ac ab bc ab bc ca 1 0 0

ac ab bc a2 b2 c 2 ab bc ca 0 1 0

2
2
2

ab bc ac bc ac ab a b c 0 0 1
a2 b2 c 2 1 ab bc ca 0

a b c 2 1 2 0 1
6.

a b c 1

a11 a12 1 1 1 1 a11 a12


a

21 a22 2 1 2 1 a21 a22


a11 2a12 a11 a21

a11 a12 a12 a22


a21 2a22 2a11 a21
a21 a22 2a12 a22

..... (i)
..... (ii)

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From (ii), a11 a22


a21 2a12
Given matrix is singular
a11a22 a21a21
2

a11 2 a12

a11 2a12
7.

AB = BA

8.

P=

9.

Let p p1i p2 j p3k


p i p k p j

9
25

p i p22 p32
2

p j p12 p32
2

p k p12 p22

Required solution = 2 p12 p22 p23 2 p


11.

The lines should intersect or be parallel


Let 2t 1, t,2t be any point on the first line
Putting it in both the planes we get 5

12.

|adj adj adj A| = | A |

21.

P=

22.

2
8

C4

2xdx
1 x2

n 1

316 n 3

2 4 3 2 1 1

.
8765
35

2dy

1 x2 y c
2
x + (y + c) = 1
centre (0, c).
2

23.

x 1 y 2 z 3

=a
2
3
4
x4 y6 zk

=b
1
2
2
x = 2a + 1, y = 3a + 2, z = 4a + 3
x = b + 4, y = 2b + 6, z = 2b k
2a + 1 = b + 4
2a b = 3
3a 2b = 4
a = 2, b = 1

(1)
(2)

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4a + 3 = 2b 12
k = 2b 4a 3 = 2 8 3 = 9.
24.

25.

sin A sinB sinC

k
a
b
c
1
4k cos A
= 2a 8ak
1
= 0.
3a 12ak cosB

a, b, c are in G.P. with common ratio r, such that b = ar, c = ar


Now system of equation have only zero (trivial) solution.

a a2 1

If = b b2 1 0
c c2 1

(a b)(b c)(c a) 0
(a ar)(ar ar2)(ar2 a) 0
a3r(1 r)3(a + r) 0
r 0, 1.
1/x

26.

lim tan x
x 0
4

e2

lim 1x 1

x 2 sin
lim

sin x
= 0.
x 0

27.

28.

1
x 0



q = projection of p q in the direction of a . Hence the given vector is p q

a b

Vector in the direction of angular bisector of a and b =


2

ab
have magnitude cos(/2)
2

ab
So, the unit vector in this direction will have magnitude

2cos
2

/2

29.

If l, m, n be the d.c.s of the line, them as it lies in both the given planes it is perpendicular to their
l
m n
normals i.e. l m + 2n = 0 and 3l + m + n = 0 or
=

3
5 4
x 1 y 2 z 3
Equation of the line is

3
5
4

30.

Required area is

(2

1/2

ln x)dx =

3 5
4 2
ln 2
2 2
ln 2

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