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# RPTA-2

INDIA
Sec: Sr. IIT-IZ-CO-SPARK
Time: 02:00 PM to 05:00 PM

Dt: 09-08-15
Max.Marks: 180

PAPER-II
09-08-15_ Sr. IIT-IZ-CO-SPARK _RPTA-2_Weekend Syllabus
Mathematics : Parabola And Circles

Physics

Chemistry

## : ALKANES, ALKENES and ALKYNES

Preparation, properties and reactions of Alkanes, Alkenes, Alkynes and
Dienes

IIT-JEE-2013-P2-Model
Time:2:00 PM to 5:00 PM

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS

PHYSICS:
Section

Question Type

Sec I(Q.N : 1 8)

## Sec II(Q.N : 9 16)

Sec III(Q.N : 17 20)

## Questions with Comprehension Type

(4 Comprehensions 2 +2+2+2 = 8Q)

## Matrix Matching Type

+Ve
Marks
3

- Ve
Marks
-1

No.of
Qs
8

Total
marks
24

-1

24

-1

12

20

60

Total

CHEMISTRY:
Questions with Multiple Correct Choice

+Ve
Marks
3

- Ve
Marks
-1

No.of
Qs
8

Total
marks
24

## Questions with Comprehension Type

(4 Comprehensions 2 +2+2+2 = 8Q)

-1

24

-1

12

20

60

Section

Question Type

Total

MATHEMATICS:
Section

Question Type

+Ve
Marks

- Ve
Marks

No.of
Qs

Total
marks

-1

24

## Questions with Comprehension Type

(4 Comprehensions 2 +2+2+2 = 8Q)

-1

24

-1

12

20

60

Total

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PHYSICS:

Max. Marks : 60
SECTION I
(MULTIPLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE)

This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for its
answer, out of which ONE OR MORE is/ are correct

1.

A uniform cable is tied between two nails A and B, first on a wall and the second on
the ground. The rope assumes a curved shape, which is known as catenary. The rope
nowhere touches the ground. The tangents to the catenary of the rope make angles

## and with the vertical at the nails A and B.

Which of the following conclusions can you make for tension force developed in the
rope?
A) Horizontal component of the tension force in the rope is uniform
B) Vertical component of the tension force increases with increase in height.
C) Angle can be greater than angle .
D) Angle cannot assume a value of 0.

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2.

## A 3 kg block of wood is on a level surface where s 0.25 & k 0.2 . A force of 7 N

is being applied horizontally to the block. Mark the correct statement(s) regarding this
situation.
A) If the bock is initially at rest, it will remain at rest and friction force will be about 7
N.
B) If the block is initially moving, then it will continue its motion forever if force
applied is in the direction of motion of the block.
C) If the block is initially moving and the direction of applied force is same as that of
motion of block, then block moves with an acceleration of

1 2
ms along its initial
3

direction of motion.
D) If the block is initially moving and direction of applied force is opposite to that of
initial motion of block, then block decelerates, comes to a stop, and starts moving in
the opposite direction.

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3.

4.

Seven pulleys are connected with the help of three light strings as shown in the figure
below. Consider P3 ,P4 ,P5 as light pulleys and pulleys P6 & P7 have masses m each. For
this arrangement, mark the correct statement(s).

## A) Tension in the string connecting P1 ,P3 & P4 is zero

B) Tension in the string connecting P1 ,P3 & P4 is mg/3.
C) Tensions in all the three strings are same and equal to zero.
D) Acceleration of P6 is g downwards and that of P7 is g upwards.
A block is resting over a rough horizontal floor. At t =0, a time varying horizontal
force starts acting on it, the force is described by equation F kt , where k is constant
and t is in seconds. Mark the correct statement(s) for this situation.

## A) Curve 1 shows acceleration time graph

B) Curve 2 shows acceleration-time graph
C) Curve 3 shows velocity-time graph
D) Curve 4 shows displacement-time graph
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5.

A block of mass m is placed on a smooth wedge. The wedge can be accelerated in four
manners marked as (1), (2), (3), and (4) as shown. If the normal reactions is situations

1 ,2 ,3 & 4 are

## N1 ,N 2 ,N3 & N 4 , respectively and acceleration with which the

block slides on the wedge in the situations are b1 ,b2 ,b3 & b4 respectively, then

6.

A) N 3 N1 N 2 N 4
B) N 4 N 3 N1 N 2
C) b2 b3 b4 b1
D) b2 b3 b1 b4
The acceleration of a particle as observed from two different frames S1 & S 2 have
equal magnitudes of 2ms 2
A) The relative acceleration of the frame may either be zero or 4ms 2 only.
B) Their relative acceleration may have any value between 1 and 4ms 2
C) Both the frames may be stationary with respect to earth.
D) The frames may be moving with same acceleration in same direction.

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7.

8.

Coefficient of friction between the two blocks is 0.3. Whereas the surface AB is
smooth.

## A) Acceleration of the masses is 88/15 ms 2

B) Net force acting on 3 kg mass is greater than that on 2 kg mass.
C) Tension T2 T1
D) Since 10 kg mass is accelerating downwards, so net force acting on it should be
greater than any of the two blocks shown in the figure.
A 10 kg block is placed on top of 40 kg block as shown. A horizontal force F acting
on B causes an acceleration of 2ms 2 to B. For this situation mark out the correct
statement(s).

## A) The acceleration of A may be 2ms 2 or less than 2ms 2

B) The acceleration of A must also be 2ms 2
C) The coefficient of friction between the blocks may be 0.2.
D) The coefficient of friction between the blocks must be 0.2 only

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SECTION - II
(COMPREHENSION TYPE)
This section contains 4 groups of questions. Each group has 2 multiple choice questions based on a
paragraph. Each question has 4 choices A), B), C) and D) for its answer, out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

## In an experimental demonstration, a small block is placed on a wooden plank, which

can move on a straight horizontal track. The plank begins from rest at the instant t = 0,
and accelerates till the instant t = t2 with a velocity v given by the equation

## v kt 2 , where k is a positive constant. There after the plank is maintained to move

with a constant velocity acquired until the instant when acceleration ends. The block
begins to slide at t = t1 and stops sliding at t = t3. You observe that 0 t1 t2 t3 and
are informed to assume acceleration due to gravity equal to be g.
9.

The coefficient of static friction between the block and the plank is
A)

10.

2kt1
g

B)

2kt2
g

C)

2kt22
gt1

D)

2k t2 t1
g

kt32
A)
gt1

kt t
B) 1 3
gt2

k t t
C) 2 1
g t3 t1

D)

k t 22 t12

g t3 t1

## Paragraph for Questions 11 and 12

The system shown in the figure is in equilibrium. The blocks A, B and C all are of
same mass m and the pulleys are ideal. There is no friction anywhere. The thread is
inextensible and very light.

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11.

Find the accelerations of the blocks A,B and C, immediately after the thread is cut at
point P
A) g / 2 ,g ,g

B) g / 2 ,g ,g

C) g / 2 ,g ,g

D) 0, 0, g

12.

Find the accelerations of the blocks A,B and C, immediately after the spring is cut at
point S.
A) g / 2 ,g ,g

C) g / 2 ,g ,g

B) g / 2 ,g ,g

D) 0, 0, g

## Paragraph for Questions 13 and 14

Two small disks A and B of masses 1kg and 2kg respectively connected by a light
thread are placed on a frictionless table. At the middle of the thread is tied another light

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arranged horizontally making angles of 90, 120 and 150 with each other. Resembling
the description, following four arrangements are shown

When the free end of the new thread is pulled with a force F = 10N, both the disks
begin to move with equal magnitude of acceleration.
13.

A) p

14.

B) q

C) r

D) s

A) 5 3

B)

10
3

C) 10 3

D) None of these

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## Paragraph for Questions 15 and 16

In the given arrangement blocks A, B and C each are of equal mass, pulleys are light
and their axles are frictionless, cords are light and inextensible. There is no friction
between the blocks B and C as well as between the horizontal floor and the block C. If
the system is set free, we have to find acceleration vectors of all the blocks.
Acceleration of free fall is g 10 m / s 2

15.

Acceleration of block B is

A) aB 6i 3 j m / s 2

C) a 2i 2 j m / s

16.

B) aB 8i 4 j m / s 2

D) a 4i 2 j m / s

Acceleration of C is
A) 2im / s 2

B) 4im / s 2

C) 5im / s 2

D) 3im / s 2

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SECTION III
(MATRIX MATCH TYPE)
This section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has matching lists. The codes for the lists
have choices (A), (B), (C), and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

17.

In the diagram shown in figure a light string is attached to the mass and is pulled by a
constant force F 20 2 N which makes an angle of 45o with the horizontal. Taking

Column-II

Column-I

Column-II

A)

p)

20 2

B)

q)

20

C)

r)

12

D)

## Tension in the string, in Newton

s)

200

A) A q; B r; C s; D p

B) A q; B p; C s; D r

C) A q; B r; C p; D s

D) A s; B r; C p; D q

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18.

## In the diagram shown in figure, match the following g 10ms 2

List-I

List-II

A) Acceleration of 1 kg block, in ms 2

p) 29

q) 39

r) 2

## D) Force exerted on 3 kg by 2kg , in N

s) 6
t) 25

A) A r; B s; C t; D q

B) A r; B s; C q; D t

C) A r; B q; C s; D t

D) A s; B q; C p; D t

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19.

## In the arrangement shown, a block A of mass m A 1kg is sliding on a block B of mass

mB 4kg . Friction is absent between all surface in contact. Based on this information
and g 10ms 2 , match the items of COLUMN-I with their respective values in
COLUMN-II
COLUMN-I
A) Acceleration of A, in ms

COLUMN-II
2

p) 5 3

## B) Thrust on the pulley, in N

q) 25 3

C) Force exerted by A on B, in N

r) 3

## D) Force exerted by B on incline, in N

s) 8
t) 16

A) A s; B r; C q; D t

B) A r; B s; C q; D t

C) A r; B t; C p; D q

D) A s; B p; C q; D t

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20.

## A block of mass m 5kg is moving right with velocity 0 33ms 1 on a rough

surface. A force F 20 2 is applied as shown g 10ms 2

List-I
A) At t = 2.5 s, friction force is

List-II
p) zero

q) 55 N

r) 35 N

## D) At t = 4.5 s, net force on block is

s) 15 N

t) 20 N
A) A r; B t; C p; D q

B) A r; B p; C q; D s

C) A p; B q; C s; D r

D) A s; B r; C p; D q

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CHEMISTRY:

Max. Marks: 60
SECTION I
(MULTIPLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE)

This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for its
answer, out of which ONE OR MORE is/ are correct

21.

## The following reaction is achieved by;

H3C
H3C

22.

CH3

CH3
H

A) H 2 / PdBaSO4

B) Na / liq.NH3

C) H2 / Ni2B(P-2 Catalyst)

D)B2H6-THF;CH 3COOH

Which of the following alkanes cant be synthesized by the Wurtz reaction in good
yield?

23.

A) 2,4-dimethylpentane

B) butane

C) 3,3-dimethylpentane

D) 2,2,3,3-tetramethhylbutane

H2O/H

H
(CH3) 3C

CH2

## X (Consider only major product)

i) Hg(OAC) 2
ii) NaBH 4
i) BH 3-THF

Y
Z

ii) H 2O 2

A) X is optically inactive
B) Y optically inactive due to racemic mixture
C) Z is optically inactive
D) Z is optically active

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24.

Which alkyl halide(s) gives more than one alkene (excluding stereo isomers) on
reaction with EtOK?
A) 2-bromo-2-methylpentane

B) 1-bromo-2-methylpentane

C) 3-bromo-3-ethylpentane

D)3-bromo-2,2-dimethylpentane

CH3

EtO Na

H3C

CH3

25.

Cl

CH3

CH3

H3C

H3C
CH3

A)

CH3

B)

CH3

CH3

H3C

H3C
CH3

C)
CH2
H3 O

26.
HO

CH3

D)

## Possible Product(s) is/are

CH3

HO

CH3

CH3

HO

27.

OH

A)
B)
C)
D)
Cyclohexene can be converted into 3-chlorocyclohexene by
A) Heating it with Cl2 at high temperatures

CH3

## B) Treating it with SO2Cl2 in presence of light

C) Treating it with Me3COCl in presence of light
D) Treating it with Cl2/H2O

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28.

## Which gives Markovnikov product as a major during addition of HBr?

Ph

CH3

CH3
H

Cl

A)

N
H

Cl

B)

C)

Cl

H3C

D) H

CH3

SECTION - II
(COMPREHENSION TYPE)
This section contains 4 groups of questions. Each group has 2 multiple choice questions based on a
paragraph. Each question has 4 choices A), B), C) and D) for its answer, out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

CH3

## on treatment with DBr in presence of benzoylperoxide gives (A) as

major product. (A) on treatment with NBS gives (B) as major product. (A) on
treatment with alc. KOH gives (C) as major product.
29.

A) 2, 2

30.

B) 2, 1

C) 1, 2

D) 1, 1

A) PhCD CHCH3

B) PhCHDCH CH2

C) PhCH CHCH3

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## Paragraph for Questions 31 and 32

D
HC

F
CH
-

EtO Na

X (Major)

Br2/H2O
Y (Major)

NO 2

31.

The product (X) and the most possible path of its formation are
H

CH

A)

CH

B)
,

Ei

, E1
NO 2

NO2

HC

CH

DC

(C)

CH

(D)
, E
2
NO2

32.

, E1 cb
NO2

The correct information about the reaction leading to the formation of (Y) is
A) Regioselective, non stereoselective, nucleophillic addition
C) Regio selective, stereo specific, electrophillic substitution

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## Paragraph for Questions 33 and 34

A and B are structural isomers of C6H10. Both the isomers decolorizes one equivalent
of Bayers

## ozonolysis produces 2-methyl pentane-1,5-dial

33.

34.

Compound B is
A) 1-methyl cyclopentene

B) 1-methyl cyclopent-2-ene

C) 2-methyl cyclopentene

D) 3-methyl cyclopentene

CH3

OH
CH3

HO

CH3

OH

A)

B)

C)

D)

OH

## Paragraph for Questions 35 and 36

Catalytic hydrogenation is the phenomena in which H2 is added to alkene or alkyne in
presence of Ni/Pt/Pd.
35.

## Which has more heat of hydrogenation?

36.

A) Trans-2-butene
B) Cis-2-butene
D) 1-butene
Which is most reactive towards catalytic hydrogenation?
A) Trans-2-butene

B) Cis-2-butene

C)1,2-dimethylethene

D) 2,3-dimethylbut-2-ene

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SECTION III
(MATRIX MATCH TYPE)
This section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has matching lists. The codes for the lists
have choices (A), (B), (C), and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

37.

Column I
H

(P)

H3C
H

(Q)

H3C
H

(R)

H3C

Column II
H

D 2/Ni

C 2H 5
H

## (1) Racemic mixture

Br 2/CCl 4

CH3
H

D2/Ni

CH3

Cold.dil.alc.KMnO

H3C

CH3

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(S)

Code:

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38.

Match the reactions in column I with appropriate major products given in column II
Column I
(P)

Column II
(i) Sia2BH - THF

(1)

OH

(ii) H2O2/NaOH

(Q)

(2)

OH

(ii) H2O2/NaOH

(R)

(3)
OH

(ii) NaBH4

(S)

(4)

H3O+

Code:
P

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

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39.

The unbalanced chemical reactions given in List I show missing reagent or condition
(?) which are provided in List II. Match List I with List II and select the correct
answer using the code given below the lists:
List-I
P)

List-II

H3C

1)

Zn in dil.HCl

2)

KMnO4

3)

Mo2 O3

4)

CH3
H3C

Q)
H3C

CH3
CH3

R)

H3C
H3C

H3C

OH

CH3
H3C

H3C

S)

H3C

H3C

CH3

CH3

Cl

Code:
P

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

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40.

Column I

Column II

Code:
P

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

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MATHEMATICS:

Max. Marks : 60
SECTION I
(MULTIPLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE)

This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for its
answer, out of which ONE OR MORE is/ are correct
41. Feet of normals drawn from a point P on the axis of the parabola x 2 8y , are A and B

(none is origin), the tangents at A and B meet at C. Tangents are drawn from P to the
circumcircle of the triangle formed by tangent at vertex and the tangents at A, B to the
parabola. Then
A) the circle has radius equal to half the focal radius of A or B
1

B) the angle between the tangents from P is 2Sin 1 if A and B are ends of latus
3
rectum
C) If the area of triangle is 32 units, then the points A and Bare (8,8)
1

42.

D) the angle between the tangents from P is 2Tan 1 if A and B are ends of latus
3
rectum
The circle x 2 y 2 9 cuts the parabola y 2 8x in two points P in first quadrant and Q in
fourth quadrant. The tangents at P and Q to the parabola meet at S on x-axis and the
tangents to the circle at P and Q meet at R on x-axis. Another circle through PQ, such
that the length of tangent to it from origin is 18 units is drawn, then
A) the center of the new circle drawn is 10, 0
B) the radius of the incircle of the triangle PQR is 2
C) the radius of the circum circle of triangle PQS is 3
D) the radius of the new circle drawn is 6 2

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43.

## Consider two points, on the parabola y 2 4x , sum of whose y-coordinates is 3, then

A) The minimum distance from origin to the chord joining them is

9
20

## B) Normals drawn at these points intersect on another normal

C) length of the focal chord through these points is

5
2

D) area of the region bounded by the chord joining them and the parabola is
44.

125
24

A 1, 3 , B 1, 5 are two excenters of a triangle PQR and the remaining excenter C lies

## on the circle x 2 y 2 6x 2y 10 0 then the locus of the incenter of triangle PQR is a

circle
A) whose center is at 3, 7
B) whose radius is same as that of the given circle
C) whose intercept on y-axis is 2 11
D) to which the length of the tangent from origin is 2 units
45.

P is a point which moves in the xy plane such that the point P is nearer to the centre
of a square than any of the sides. The four vertices of the square are a, a . The
region in which P will move is bounded by parts of parabolas
A) 2ax+y 2 a 2

B) 2ax y 2 a 2

C) x 2 2ay a 2

D) x 2 2ay a 2

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46.

The traces of center of a bouncing ball between its consecutive bounces are parabolas,
so that its sweep between two consecutive bounces is half the sweep between
immediately previous two consecutive bounces . A suitable system of coordinates is
taken to represent the line of the bounce as x-axis and the axes of the parabolas as
parallel to y-axis, then
A) the ordinates of the vertices form an G. P with common ratio

1
8

B) The first level of differences of the abscissae form a G. P with common ratio
C) the ordinates of the vertices form a G. P with common ratio

1
2

D) The first level of differences of the abscissae form a G. P with common ratio
47.

1
8

1
2

TP and TQ are tangents from T to the parabola y 2 4x and the corresponding normals
meet at R 21, 30 . The equation to the circum circle of the quadrilateral PTQR can be

48.

A) x 2 y 2 27x 25y 24 0

## B) x 2 y2 11x 33y 120 0

C) x 2 y 2 6x 32y 255 0

D) x 2 y 2 3x 7y 48 0

Locus of the intersection of the two straight lines passing through (1, 0) and (1, 0)
respectively and including an angle of 45 can be
2
2
A) x y 2y 1 0, y 0

2
2
B) x y 2y 1 0, y 0

2
2
C) x y 2y 1 0, y 0

2
2
D) x y 2y 1 0, y 0

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SECTION - II
(COMPREHENSION TYPE)
This section contains 4 groups of questions. Each group has 2 multiple choice questions based on a
paragraph. Each question has 4 choices A), B), C) and D) for its answer, out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

## Paragraph for Questions 49 and 50

P is closest point to the parabola y 2 64x on the circle x 2 y 2 50x 24y 669 0
The tangent at P to the circle meets the parabola y2 28x at a point T. Then
49.

A) 7x y 1 0

50.

B) 4x 2y 7 0

C) 9x 3y 7 0

D) x 2y 28 0

C) x y 21 0

D) x y 21 0

A) 4x 8y 63 0

B) 2x y 84 0

## The triangle formed by the points A 9, 29 , B 15, 22 and C 3, 13 is translated parallel

to the y-axis so that the sides AC and BC touch the circles x 2 y 2 16x 2y 35 0 and
1

## x 2 y 2 20x 4y 79 0 respectively at A1 and B .

51.

The perimeter of the quadrilateral formed by A ' , B ' and the corresponding new
positions of A and B is
A) 50

52.

B) 50 5 2

C) 50 5 2

D) 25 5 2

The triangle is further translated and two more new tangents are formed. The distance
between the new points of contact is written as a b where a and b natural numbers and
b>a, then b a 2 is
A) 4

B) 3

C) 9

D) 16

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## Paragraph for Questions 53 and 54

Equilateral triangles of sides 1, 3, 5, .(2n-1) are placed end-to-end so that their bases
are along x-axis with first of such triangle having its vertex on y-axis. The vertices of
all other triangles describe a parabola.
53.

## Equation to the parabola is

A) 4y 2 12x 1 0 B) 4y 2 12x 3 0 C) 4x 2 12y 3 0 D) 4x 2 12y 1 0

54.

A) 47

B) 36

C) 91

D) 16

## Paragraph for Questions 55 and 56

Three circles; C1 x 2 y 2 4 0 ; C 2 x 2 y 2 8x 6y 22 0 ;
C3 x 2 y 2 6x 8y 23 0 have centers at A, B and C respectively. The circles S3 ,S1 ,S2

cut the circles C1 , C2 ; C2 ,C3 ; C3 , C1 orthogonally. S*3 , S*1 , S*2 are the circles representing
the locus of the midpoint of chord of contact of the centers of S3 ,S1 ,S2 with respect to
C1 , C 2 ; C 2 ,C3 ; C3 , C1 respectively.

55.

56.

Equation to S1* is
A) x 2 y2 4x 3y 0

B) x 2 y2 x 7y 0

C) x 2 y 2 6x 14y 5 0

D) x 2 y 2 6x 8y 8 0

The center of the circle that cuts the circles S*3 , S1* , S*2 orthogonally is
A) (0, 0)

B) (8, 6)

C) (6,8)

1 7
D) ,
2 2

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SECTION III
(MATRIX MATCH TYPE)
This section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has matching lists. The codes for the lists
have choices (A), (B), (C), and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

57.
P.

Q.

Column I
Column II
If (, ) lies on the circle with center on y-axis and touching 1. 5
x+3y=8 at (2, 2), then the number of possible positive
integer values for
The distance between the centres of the smallest circles 2. 6
which
cut
the
circle
x 2 y2 x 26 0 and
x 2 y 2 10x 6y 2 0 orthogonally, is where , are
primes then

10
is
3

R.

## The centroid of triangle ABC, where A, B, C are points on 3. 3

the parabola 4y 2 3y 6x 1 0 , whose normals are
concurrent always lie on the line ax 8y c 0 then a c

S.

## A variable circle always touches the line y 2x at (0, 0), the 4. 1

common chord of this circle and x 2 y 2 2x 6y 7 0 will
pass through a fixed point (, ) then

1 1
is

A.

B.

C.

D.

## space for rough work

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58.

Three non intersecting circles of radius 2 are described with their centers at the
vertices of triangle ABC with A 0, 6 , B 0, 0 and C 8, 0 . Match the equation satisfied,
in the column II, by the radius of the circle drawn to fit the condition given in the
column I.
Column I

P.

Column II

Q.

2. x 2 4x 21 0

R.

3. 5x 2 189 0

S.

4. x 2 28 0

P

A.

B.

C.

D.

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P.

Q.

R.

S.

Column I
1 Number of integer values of for which the
circle x 2 y2 2x 2y 5 6 0 lies at the most in
A (0, 6), B(8, 0) and C(8, 12) are the vertices of a
ABC . If the perpendicular bisector of BC meets
the circumcircle at D such that A and D are on the
opposite side of BC. Then distance of BD from
origin is then [ ] , where [.] is GIF, is
A circle divides the circumference of circle
S x 2 y2 9 , centered at C, in the ratio of 1 : 3. If
A and B are the points at which tangents, to the
circle S, meet at P, then area of quadrilateral PACB
is
Let (x, y) lies on x 2 y 2 4x 8y 16 0 . Let

1.

Column II
5

2.

3.

4.

a max (y 2) 2 (x 3) 2 and
b min (y 2) 2 (x 3) 2 , then

ab is

A.

B.

C.

D.

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60.
Column I

Column II

1.

2 2

## points P , Q, R on y 2 12 x always passes through

( , ) then

Q. If ( , ) is focus of x 2 y 2 2 xy 7 x 5 y 14 0 is 2.

## on the non-origin side of the tangent at vertex, then

the value of
R. If the lines parallel to y=2 meet the parabola

3.

4.

## y 2 12( x 3) and get reflected and pass through the

point , then
S. The length of latusrectum of parabola
x t 2 t 1, y t 2 t 1, t R is

A.

B.

C.

D.