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Test Date:

Centre Code:

TEST No. 6

for

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PAPER - I

1. Read each question carefully.

2. It is mandatory to use Black Ball point PEN to darken the

appropriate circle in the answer sheet.

3. Mark should be dark and should completely fill the circle.

4. Rough work must not be done on the answer sheet.

5. Do not use white-fluid or any other rubbing material on

answer sheet.

6. Student cannot use log tables and calculators or any other

material in the examination hall.

7. Before attempting the question paper, student should

ensure that the test paper contains all pages and no page

is missing.

8. Before handing over the answer sheet to the invigilator,

candidate should check that Roll No., Centre Code and

Date of Birth have been filled and marked correctly.

the answer sheet to be returned to the invigilator.

10. There are three parts in the question paper A, B and C

consisting of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics

having 30 questions in each part of equal weightage. Each

question is allotted 4 (four) marks for each correct

response.

11. The Test booklet consists of 90 questions. The maximum

marks are 360.

12. One fourth () marks will be deducted for indicating

incorrect response of each question. No deduction from

the total score will be made if no response is indicated for

any question in the answer sheet.

13. Pattern of the questions are as under:

Section I : Straight Objective Type Questions

Section II : Assertion Reason Type Questions

Test No. 6

Paper I

Physics

Induction, Alternating Current, Electromagnetic Waves

Chemistry

Hydrocarbons, Environmental Chemistry, Haloalkanes and Haloarenes,

Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers

Mathematics

Test - 6 (Paper-I)

Time : 3 Hrs.

MM : 360

TEST - 6 (Paper-1)

PART - A (PHYSICS)

2.

SECTION - I

Straight Objective Type Questions

This section contains 25 multiple choice questions

numbered 1 to 25. Each question has 4 choices (1), (2),

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

wire. If a battery is connected across the ends AB,

magnetic field at O is B0. If the same battery is

connected across A and C, the magnetic field at O

will be

E

D

1.

C3

(1) Equal to B0

(2) Greater than B0

(3) Less than B0

i1

i2

C1

C2

3.

ratio of magnetic field at P due to coil-1 to coil-2 is

R

(1)

2R

B.dl 0i1

C1

(3) B.dl 0 (i 2 i1)

(1)

(4) B.dl 0 (i1 i 2 )

1

(3)

4

C3

C3

1

2

(2) B.dl 0i 2

C2

(2) 1 : 2

1

1 4

(4)

2

1/16

4.

radius a which is rotating in a uniform magnetic field

B perpendicular to the plane of disc. The current

passing through the resistance is

Test - 6 (Paper-I)

6.

(1)

5.

B a

R

Ba

2R

(3)

B2a

2R

(4)

B a 2

R

(1)

L

ln2

2R

(2)

2L

ln3

R

(3)

L

ln 2

R

(4)

L

ln3

R

(2)

If the solenoid is connected to a battery, the time it

will take to reach half of its final equilibrium value is

7.

resistance 6 . The circle is centred on a long

straight wire. (The straight wire is insulated). The

current changes according to i = (5 2t 2 )A.

The magnitude of current induced in the loop at

t = 1 s is

diminishing at the rate of (T/s). The force on the

electron at a distance r along y-axis is

Y

B

e P

(1)

(3)

r

e( i)

2

(2)

r2

e(i)

2

(4)

8.

r

e(i)

2

r2

e(i)

2

(1) 1 A

(2) 2 A

(3) 3 A

(4) Zero

kept near a long current carrying conductor, as

shown. Emf induced in the wire is

(1)

0

ln3

2

(2)

5 0

ln3

2

5 0

ln3

(3)

(4) Zero

Space for Rough Work

2/16

2 m/s

5A

1m

3m

Test - 6 (Paper-I)

9.

time, so that the current is given by i = 3 + 5t,

where i is in ampere and t is in second. The

expression for battery emf as a function of time is

superimposed on an ac i = bsint flowing through a

wire, the effective value of resulting current in the

circuit is

(1)

b

2

(3)

a2

R=4

L=6H

(2) a

b2

2

(4)

b

2

a2 b 2

2

follows a spiral path as shown in figure. Which of the

following statement is incorrect?

(1) 10t + 32

(2) 20t + 42

(3) 20t + 18

(4) 10t + 22

10. The current density J inside a long, solid cylindrical

wire of radius a is along central axis and its

magnitude varies linearly with r as J J0

magnetic field at r

r

. The

a

a

is

2

(2) Magnitude of velocity of electron decreases

continuously

(3) Net force on the particle is always perpendicular

to direction of motion

(4) Magnitude of net force on the electron

decreases continuously

(1)

0 J 0 a

3

(2)

0J0a

6

(3)

0 J 0 a

9

(4)

0 J 0 a

12

and B with a constant velocity v as shown. Then the

coils

A

B

connected to an a.c. source of 100 V and 50 Hz. A

pure resistance under the same conditions takes a

current of 10 A. If two are connected in series to an

a.c. supply of 100 V and 40 Hz, then current in the

circuit is

(1) 10 A

(2) 8 A

(3) 5 2 A

(4) 10 2 A

(2) Attract each other

(3) Neither attract nor repel each other

(4) May attract or repel depending upon size of coils

3/16

15. Slider of length 1 m moves with velocity 2 m/s in a

uniform magnetic field of 2T. Resistance of the slider

is 2 . The magnitude of external force required to

maintain the velocity is

B

6

(1) 1 N

(2) 2 N

(3) 4 N

(4) 6 N

is being rotated with an angular velocity in the

magnetic field shown. Resistance of the circuit is

negligible. Amplitude of current through the circuit is

Test - 6 (Paper-I)

17. A particle of mass m and charge q is released from

rest at the origin as shown in figure. The speed of

the particle when it has travelled a distance d along

the z axis is given by

z

2qE0 d

(1)

m

(2)

E0 d

B0

(3)

m

qE0 d

(4)

2m

qE0 d

E0

B0

as compared to its length oscillates in horizontal

plane with period T. If it is broken into n equal parts,

then the time period of each part in same field

will be

(1) T n

(3)

(4)

T

n

steady state respectively, will be

R1

1

B a2C 2

2

R3

C

1

Ba 2C2

(2)

4

R2

1

Ba2C2

(3)

8

(1) 0, 0

(3) 0,

Space for Rough Work

4/16

(2) nT

T

n

(1)

m, q

E

R3

E

(2) R ,0

3

(4) Indeterminate

Test - 6 (Paper-I)

flow in the circuit is

(1) V0

6C

L

(2) V0

C

L

(3)

V0

2

(1) E0k = B0

4V0

+

V0

+

2C

(2) E0B0 = k

L

6C

V0

2

(3) E0 = B0k

(4) E0 = B0

24. A paramagnetic material is kept in a magnetic field.

The field is increased till the magnetization becomes

constant. If the temperature is now decreased, the

magnetization

L

(4)

E = E0sin(kx t); B = B0sin(kx t) then

6C

L

current drawn from the source is

(3) Remains constant

IL

C

IC

20

cm and a total

(1) 0.2 A

(2) 0.4 A

A metallic ring at 300 K inside the toroid provides

the core. If the magnetization I = 4.8 102 A/m,

the susceptibility of metal at this temperature is

(3) 0.6 A

(4) 1 A

~

V

separation between the plates d, is charged by a

constant current i. Consider a plane surface of area

A

parallel to the plates and drawn symmetrically

2

between plates. The displacement current through

this area is

(1) i

(3)

(2)

i

4

i

2

(4) Zero

SECTION - II

Assertion Reason Type Questions

Directions : Questions number 26 to 30 are AssertionReason type questions. Each of these questions

contains two statements. Statement-1 (Assertion) and

Statement-2 (Reason). Each of these questions also has

four alternative choices, only one of which is the correct

answer. You have to select the correct choice.

5/16

26. Statement-1 : Co-axial cable containing equal and

opposite current in wire and hollow conducting

cylinder is used to produce zero magnetic fields

outside the cable.

and

Statement-2 : Net current enclosed for the cable by

a concentric outer circular loop is zero.

(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

27. Statement-1 : In an a.c. series circuit, the applied

instantaneous voltage is not equal to the algebraic

sum of instantaneous voltage across the different

elements of the circuit.

and

Statement-2 : The RMS voltage across different

elements are not in phase, only their phasor sum is

equal to the applied RMS voltage.

(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

28. Consider two small elements of current carrying wire

as shown.

i2

i1

Statement-1 : The force on 1 due to 2 is downwards

in the plane of paper but the force on 2 due to 1 is

zero.

and

Statement-2 : Electromagnetic waves carry

momentum with them.

Test - 6 (Paper-I)

(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

29. An inductor is connected to a battery through a

switch.

Statement-1 : The emf induced in the inductor is

much larger when the switch is opened as

compared to the emf induced when the switch is

closed.

and

Statement-2 : When the switch is opened, the current

suddenly tends to drop to zero. But when the switch

is closed, due to finite resistance of the circuit, the

current does not suddenly build up to the maximum

value.

(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

30. Statement-1 : In electromagnetic waves energy is

equally shared between electric field and magnetic

field.

and

Statement-2 : Unit vector of E B gives the

direction of propagation of electromagnetic wave.

(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

6/16

Test - 6 (Paper-I)

PART - B (CHEMISTRY)

SECTION - I

33.

This section contains 25 multiple choice questions

numbered 31 to 55. Each question has 4 choices (1), (2),

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

CH3 CH CH2

HOCl

KOH

2 5

(A)

(B)

(C)

in C H OH

C H ONa

2 5

reactions will be

(1) CH3 CH = CH OC2H5

OH

Cl

+ OH

31.

OC2H5

(X)

H3O

(Y)

OC2H5

NO2

OH

OH

Cl

(2)

(1)

OH

O2N

NO2

following compounds on ozonolysis followed by

reductive hydrolysis?

I.

CH3 CO CH3

II.

CH3CHO

NO2

CH3

OH

(3)

(4)

CH3

NO2

NO2

CH3

inductive, resonance and hyperconjugation operate?

CH3

(2) ClCH2CH2OH

CH3

(4) CH2 = CH CH = CH2

CH3

Space for Rough Work

7/16

Test - 6 (Paper-I)

order of their basic strength

18

O CH2

(1) HOCH2 CH

CH2

NH2

CH2

CH2 O

C2H5 NH C2H5

18

H

I

II

III

O18

(3)

IV

(4)

reaction

Me

36. Consider the following base induced elimination

reactions

CH3 CO CH CH3

(X)

B /

CH3 CO CH = CH2

(Z)

(Y)

Reagent

B /

O

(2) (i) O3, (ii) Zn/H2O

(3) K2Cr2O7/H+

Cl

+ alcoholic Na2S

Br

SH

CH2 CH2

37. Identify the product (B) in the following reaction

(3) CH3 CH

H /

(A) (B)

Catalyst

CH CH3

18

SH

CH2 CH2

SH

Space for Rough Work

8/16

(A)

Me

OH

(1) NaBH4

Cl

Lindlar 's

(X)

Br

Baeyer's

Cl

Test - 6 (Paper-I)

order of their acidic strength

HCOOH

CH3 COOH

II

C6H5 COOH

III

(1) m-cresol when treated with Br 2(H 2O) gives

tribromoderivative

FeCl3

What would be the specific rotation of a solution

containing 35% of () mandelic acid and 65% of (+)

mandelic acid?

NaOH

46. Identify the missing reactant in the following reaction

(1) () 55.3

(4) () 102.7

(1) CH3Cl

(2) CH2Cl2

(3) CHCl3

(4) CCl4

CH3

(X)

reaction?

CH3

OH

OH

(1) PBr3

Br

(2) SOBr2

(3) HBr

+ K2S2O8

order of their reactivity towards SN2 reaction

I.

II.

CH2 = CH CH2 Cl

(2) I > II > III

OH

(1)

OH

COOH

OH

OH

C

HO

(4)

SO3 H

OH

(1) Insecticides

(2) Herbicides

(3) Fungicides

O

(4)

OH

(2)

SO3H

(2)

(3)

acidic?

(3)

OH

OH

Major product

OH

III. CH3 CH = CH Cl

(1)

OH

H2O

OH

(1) CO2

(2) N2O

(3) CO

(4) CH4

9/16

50. Which of the following free radicals is most stable?

CH3

CH2

CH3

CH CH CH

II.

CH O CH

precipitate with aqueous AgNO3?

Cl

CH

Br

CH2

III. CH S CH

(4)

(1) CH3 CH C

I.

CH3

(3)

(2)

(2)

(1)

51.

Test - 6 (Paper-I)

(1)

CH2 C

(2)

Cl

CH

Cl

Br

(3) CH2

CH

CH2

(3) CH2 = CH Cl

(4)

Br

(4) CH 2

CH

CH

reaction

CH

Br

OH

compound is

H+

CH3 C CH = CH C CH3

Cl

Cl

Major product

(1)

(2)

(1) 2

(2) 4

(3) 6

(4) 8

(3)

Space for Rough Work

10/16

(4)

Test - 6 (Paper-I)

SECTION - II

Assertion Reason Type Questions

Directions : Questions number 56 to 60 are AssertionReason type questions. Each of these questions

contains two statements. Statement-1 (Assertion) and

Statement-2 (Reason). Each of these questions also has

four alternative choices, only one of which is the correct

answer. You have to select the correct choice.

56. Statement-1 : Neopentyl chloride undergoes

nucleophilic substitution by SN1 mechanism only.

and

Statement-2 : Neopentyl chloride is a primary alkyl

halide.

(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

57. Statement-1 : Dipole moment of CH3 F is greater

than that of CH3 Cl.

and

Statement-2 : C F bond is more polar than C Cl

bond.

(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

differentiated by I2/NaOH.

and

Statement-2 : Butan-2-ol is more acidic than

butan-1-ol.

(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

59. Statement-1 : If BOD level of water in a reservoir is

greater than 5 ppm, it is highly polluted.

and

Statement-2 : High biological oxygen demand

means low activity of bacteria in water.

(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

60. Statement-1 : The nitro group of nitrobenzene is

deactivating and mata directing towards electrophilic

aromatic substitution.

and

Statement-2 : Nitrobenzene reacts with CH3 Cl in

presence of AlCl3 to give m-nitrotoluene.

(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

11/16

Test - 6 (Paper-I)

PART - C (MATHEMATICS)

SECTION - I

64. If

numbered 61 to 85. Each question has 4 choices (1), (2),

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

4

61. If

x 4

dx log , then

x2

3 cos t dt

x2

3 x ,

62. If f ( x )

a 14 x 48 , x 2

3 cos2 x

(2)

1

2y .sin( y 2 )

(3)

3 cos2 x

2sin( y 2 )

(3) 1 : 1

(2) 2 : 1

(4) 2 : 3

a2), where a is positive

number. The algebraic sum of the tangent and

subtangent at any point on curve is

(4) The greatest value of 'a' may be 2345

x loge (1 e x )

dx f ( x ) c , then f(x) =

1 e x

(1)

xy

a

(2)

2xy

a

(3)

xy

2a

(4)

xy

a

(2)

x

1 ex

(3)

1

log(1 e x )

2

(4)

1

log(1 e x )

2

(1)

3

5

(2)

4

5

(3)

2

3

(4)

2

3

12/16

2y sin( y 2 )

log(x2

3 cos2 x

(1) 1 : 2

dy

dx

x-axis in A and y-axis in B. Then, the ratio AP : PB

is

63. If

then

(1)

(4)

sin tdt 0,

(2) = 2 (1 )

(3) (, ) lies on x2 4y2 = 2(x 1)

y2

Test - 6 (Paper-I)

progression is equal to the least value of the function

25

and the first term of the

12

progression is equal to the square of its common

ratio. Then, the common ratio is

f ( x ) 3 x2 x

(1)

(2)

2 1

3 1

(1)

x

loge ( x y )2 1 c

2

(2)

1

loge ( x y )2 1 c

2

12

of the maximum and minimum values of f on 0,

is

5

(1 2sec x )2

(1) 2cosecx + cotx + c

(2) 5

13

(3)

2

11

(4)

2

log x

x 2 2 dx

0

loge 5

(2)

(3) loge ( )

(4) 22

(1)

x3

4

sq. units

5

(2)

72. If

1/3

and x = 1 is

(1) 3 +

(2) 3

(3) 4 +

(4) 4

attained at

2

sq. units

5

e ( x 1) dx , aR, is

a 1

(1) a = 2

(2) a = 1

(3) a = 1

(4) a = 0

77. If [t] stands for the integral part of t, then the value of

dx k ( x 4 1)4/3 (4 x 4 3) c , then

ex ex 1

dx is equal to

ex 3

a 1

= 4(x

y)2

is equal to

(1) loge()2

dx is equal to

(1) 6

equals

2

(4) loge ( x y ) 1 c

12

69. Let f(x) = |x2 5x + 6|, x 0, . Then, the sum

5

dx

x 3y

1

2

(3) x loge ( x y ) 1 c

2

2 2

(4)

3

(3) 2 3

5 /12

[tan x ] dx equals

(1)

1

112

(2)

1

28

(1)

(2)

(3)

3

112

(4)

1

56

(3)

(4) 2

13/16

78. The function F ( x )

attains

Test - 6 (Paper-I)

82. The graph of y = f(x), where f(x) 0, meets x-axis

in two points (0, 0) and (2, 0) and encloses an area

/6

of

3

least value on ,

at x equals

4 4

(1)

(3)

3

3

4

(2)

(4)

xf ( x ) dx, equals to

0

straight line y = x is

(1) 3

(3)

9

2

(2)

7

2

8a 2

3

19a 2

(3)

3

(2)

(3)

3

4

(4) 1

1 n

1

2 2n

.....

1

n n2

, then the

1

1

and x is loge2 p, then p equals to

x

2

7

(3)

24

(4)

7

24

(2) 2 + 2loge2

(4) 2loge2

13a 2

(4)

3

5

(2)

24

(1) loge2

(3) 2 + loge2

16a 2

3

5

(1)

24

2

1

,

8

3

2

(1) 4

(2) 2

(3) 1

(4) 0

14/16

3

4

y

3

2

(4) 4

(2)

(1)

83. If Sn

a > 0, is

(1)

3

square units with the axes. Then the value of

4

Test - 6 (Paper-I)

2 cos x

85. For x(0, ), the least value of f ( x )

sin x

is

and

Statement-2 : If f x does not exist at a point x0

but f x exists in a neighbourhood of x 0 and

changes its sign at x0, then x0 may be a point of

local extremum for f(x).

(1) 2

(2) 3

Statement-2 is a correct explanation for

Statement-1

(3) 4

(4)

attains maximum value 2 at x = 1.

Statement-2 is NOT a correct explanation for

Statement-1

SECTION - II

Assertion Reason Type Questions

Directions : Questions number 86 to 90 are AssertionReason type questions. Each of these questions

contains two statements. Statement-1 (Assertion) and

Statement-2 (Reason). Each of these questions also has

four alternative choices, only one of which is the correct

answer. You have to select the correct choice.

86. Statement-1 : The function f(x) = x3 + bx2 + cx + d,

where 0 b2 < 3c, is strictly increasing in (, ).

88. Statement-1 : The function

1

2

2 x 2 sin ,

f (x)

x

2,

x 0

x 0

and

and

Statement-2 : If f is continuous on [a, b],

differentiable in (a, b) and f(x) > 0 x (a, b),

then f is strictly increasing in (a, b).

(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

that f(x + y) = f(x) + f(y) then

2

f x f x dx 4

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

15/16

Test - 6 (Paper-I)

89. Statement-1

e x tan x sec

x

x tan x dx f x c,

then

function then

f(0) = 2

and

Statement-2 :

and

x 1

x

x 1 2 dx e f x c

x

20

Statement-2 :

10

then f(1) = 2.

x

x

2 sin cos dx 30

2

2

Statement-2 is a correct explanation for

Statement-1

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

Statement-2 is NOT a correct explanation for

Statement-1

16/16

Test No. 5

for

ES

RI

ALL

KASH TE

A

A

ST

IA

SE

IN

Paper I

TEST - 5 (Paper-I)

ANSWERS

PHYSICS

CHEMISTRY

MATHEMATICS

1.

(4)

31.

(2)

61.

(1)

2.

(3)

32.

(4)

62.

(4)

3.

(1)

33.

(2)

63.

(3)

4.

(1)

34.

(2)

64.

(4)

5.

(2)

35.

(1)

65.

(3)

6.

(2)

36.

(3)

66.

(2)

7.

(3)

37.

(4)

67.

(1)

8.

(3)

38.

(4)

68.

(4)

9.

(4)

39.

(1)

69.

(2)

10.

(2)

40.

(4)

70.

(1)

11.

(3)

41.

(2)

71.

(2)

12.

(2)

42.

(3)

72.

(1)

13.

(2)

43.

(2)

73.

(4)

14.

(1)

44.

(1)

74.

(2)

15.

(1)

45.

(4)

75.

(2)

16.

(2)

46.

(2)

76.

(1)

17.

(1)

47.

(4)

77.

(4)

18.

(2)

48.

(3)

78.

(3)

19.

(2)

49.

(3)

79.

(3)

20.

(3)

50.

(3)

80.

(2)

21.

(4)

51.

(4)

81.

(3)

22.

(3)

52.

(3)

82.

(4)

23.

(3)

53.

(2)

83.

(2)

24.

(2)

54.

(1)

84.

(3)

25.

(2)

55.

(4)

85.

(1)

26.

(1)

56.

(3)

86.

(2)

27.

(1)

57.

(1)

87.

(2)

28.

(1)

58.

(1)

88.

(4)

29.

(3)

59.

(2)

89.

(3)

30.

(1)

60.

(1)

90.

(3)

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