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PAPER-1
PART-I MATHEMATICS
1.

xex
1 ex

dx = f(x)......................

Sol. Let ekuk I =

ex

x.

1 ex

It is of the form S + P = 0 and hence passes


through the intersection of S = 0 and P = 0
which when solved give ( 1/2, 1/2), ( 4, 4).
Hindi Letekuk S x2 + y2 + 2gx + 2fy + c = 0
2

djrk gS A
c=4
rFkk 2g + 2f + 9 = 0
( ( g, f) fn, x, lehdj.k dks la r q " V
djrk gS A )

dx

x
= 2x 1 e 2 1 e x dx

S x2 + y2 + 2gx + 2fy + 4 = 0
x2 + y2 + (2f + 9)x + 2fy + 4 = 0
2
2
(x + y + 9x + 4) + 2f (x + y) = 0
;g S + P = 0 :i gS a vr% o` k S = 0 vkS j P

put j[kus ij 1 + ex = t2
dx =

2t.dt
t2 1

I = 2x

= 0 ds iz f rPNs n fcUnq v ks a ls xq t jrk gS A

1
1 e x 4 1
dt
2
t 1

vHkh"V iz f rPNs n fcUnq ( 1/2, 1/2), ( 4, 4).

1 ex 1
x
+c
= (2x 4) 1 e 2n
1 ex 1

1 ex 1

f(x) = 2x 4, g(x) =

1 ex 1

2.

(x t) f(t) ......................

If f (x) = cos x

;fn f (x) = cos x (x t) f(t) ......................


0

Sol. f'(x) = sin x

f(t) dt x f(x) + x f(x)


0

f'' (x) = cos x f(x)


f'' (x) + f(x) = cos x
3.

The centre of a ......................


o` k S = 0 dk ds U nz ] ......................
2

Sol. Let S x + y + 2gx + 2fy + c = 0


2

;g o` k x + y = 4 dks ledks . kh; iz f rPNs n

4.

There are two dice ......................


nks ika l s gS ftues a ......................

Sol. In first die izFke ikls ij


P (1) = P (2) = P (3) = P (4) = P (5)
1
= P (6) =
6
In second die f}rh; ikls ij P (1) = K
P (2) = 2K
P (3) = 3K
P (4) = 4K
P (5) = 5K
P (6) = 6K
1
21 K = 1 K =
21
1
2
3
So blfy, P(1) =
, P(2) =
, P(3) =
,
21
21
21
4
5
6
P(4) =
, P(5) =
, P(6) =
21
21
21
Sum at least 11
;ksxQy ls de 11

it cuts x + y = 4 orthogonally

(5, 6) or ;k (6, 5) or (6, 6)

c = 4
Moreover 2g + 2f + 9 = 0
( ( g, f) satisfy the given equation)
S x2 + y2 + 2gx + 2fy + 4 = 0
x2 + y2 + (2f + 9)x + 2fy + 4 = 0
(x2 + y2 + 9x + 4) + 2f (x + y) = 0

1
6
1
5
1
6

+
+
6
21
6 21 6 21
17
17
=
=
6 21 126

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5. The value of cos 20 ......................


Sol. cos 20 + cos 40 + cos 60 + ...+ cos 140
sin70o cos80o
=
= sin 70
sin10o
= sin (60 + 10) =
=

6.

9.

0 < x < 1, ds fy;s ;fn......................


Sol. We have fn;k gS 0 < x < 1
Let ekuk cot1 x =

1
3
cos10 +
sin10
2
2

3 cos10o sin10o
2

If f (x) =

1 x 2 ......................

If 0 < x < 1, if

1 x2

x3
x2
+
......................
3
2

x3
x2
;fn f (x) =
+
......................
3
2
Sol. f' (x) = x2 + x + 1 > 0 x R
So f(x) is always increasing
vr% f(x) lnSo o/kZeku gksxk
So minima of f(g(x)) will coincide with minima
of g(x)
vr% f(g(x)) dk U;wure g(x) ds U;wure ls laikrh

cot = x sin =

1 x2

= sin (cot x)
x

and rFkk cos =

1 x

= cos (cot1 x)
1

Nowvc 1 x2 x cos(cot 1 x) sin(cot 1 x)2 1 2

gksxk
x4
11x 2
2x3 +
6x
4
2
g'(x) = x3 6x2 + 11x 6
= (x 1) (x 2) (x 3)
g(x) is minima at x = 1 and x = 3
g(x) x = 1 rFkk x = 3 ij U;wure gSA

g(x) =

Let A, B and C ......................


ekuk 3 3 e dh ......................
Sol. (A B) C = BA1
AC BC BA1 + AA1 = I3
(A B) (C + A1) = I3
(A B)1 = C + A1
1
(C + A ) (A B) = I3
C (A B) + A1A A1B = I3
C (A B) = A1B
8.

1 x 2 x

1 x 2 1 x 2 1 2 = x

If x1 =

1
2
2

1 x
1 x

10.

7.

1
2

1 x2

3 and ......................

;fn x1 = 3 rFkk ......................


Sol. Let ekuk xn = tan n
Now vc, tan n1 = xn + 1
=

xn
1 1 xn2

tan n1 =

Let f : [a, b] R ......................


ekuk dksbZ Qyu f : [a, b] R ...............

Sol. f i (c) = f ii (c) = fiii (c) = f iv (c) = f v (c) = 0


Now if n is the least positive integer such that
f n (c) 0 then it is not clear whether n is even
or odd. So nothing can be said whether f (x)
has local extreme at x = c or not
vc ;fn n ,d U;wure /kukRed iw.kkZd bl izdkj gS

fd fn (c) 0 rc ;g Li"V ugh gS fd n le gS ;k


fo"ke vr% bl ckjs esa dqN dgk ugh tk ldrk fd
x = 0 ij f(x) LFkkuh; pje eku j[krk gS fd ugh -

n1 =

tan n
1 1 tan2 n

tan n

= tan n
1 sec n
2

n = n 1
2
2

Now vc 1 =

n =
3
3.2n1

2
xn = tan

3.2n

2
tan

3.2n = 2
lim 2 xn = lim
n
n
3
1
n
2
n

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11. f(x) = (ab b2 2) ......................


Sol. f'(x) = (ab b2 2) + cos4 x + sin4 x
f(x) is decreasing function x R
f(x) o/kZeku Qyu gS x R
f'(x) 0
ab b2 2 + 1 2 sin2 x cos2 x 0
1
ab b2 1 sin2 2x 0
2
2 (ab b2 1) sin2 2x
ab b2 1 0 b2 ab + 1 0
2
a 4 0 a [2, 2]
12. Variable plane ......................
,d pj lery ......................
p
p

0, ,0 , C ,0,0
m

1
Area of ABC =
| AB AC |
2
1
ABC dk {ks=kQy =
| AB AC |
2

1
=
2

p
m

2 m2 n
2 2 2
Also iqu%
m n

AM GM

p4
4

1
27 4
2
p
27
4

3 3 2
p
2

dy
13. If
= f(x) + ......................
dx

;fn

dy
= f(x) +
dx

Sol. f '' (x) = f'(x)

f(x) dx ................
0

f ''(x)
=1
f '(x)

On Integrating lekdyu djus ij


f '(x) = cex
which gives f(x) = cex + D
ftlls f(x) = cex + D izkIr gksrk gS
But ysfdu f(0) = 1 C + D = 1
x
f(x) = ce + 1 c
So vr % f '(x) = cex

f(x) dx
0

bls f'(x) = f(x) + f(x) dx esa j[kus ij


0

f '(x) = f(x) +

f(x) dx esa bldk mi;ksx djus ij


0

cex = cex + 1 c +

ce

1 c dx

2
2e x e 1
So f(x) =
3e
3e

14. The possible value ......................


a dk laHkkfor eku ......................
Sol. f(x)min =
x=

D
[16 4 4(a2 2a 2)]
=
= 4 [at
4a
4 4

1
]
2

a = 3, 1

15. If A and B are ......................


;fn A rFkk B nks fHkUu ......................
Sol. (ABC)
Given that fn;k gS, A 3 = B 3 ...(i)

p
p2

=
n
2mn
p

n
2 3

Putting it in f'(x) = f(x) +

c=

Sol. A 0,0, , B
n

and vkSj
A2B = B2A
...(ii)
On subtracting Eqs. (i) and (ii), we get
lehdj.k (i) esa ls (ii) dks ?kVkus ij
A3 A2B = B3 B2A
A 2 (A B) = B 2 (A B)
(A 2 + B 2 )(A B) = 0
det(A 2 + B 2 ) = 0
or det (A B)= 0.
A B
16. The third term ......................
,d xq - Js- dk rhljk ......................
Sol. t3 = ar2 = a2
and vkS j t2 = ar = 8
r = 2, a = 4
T6 = ar5 = 128
17. If A and B are ......................
;fn A rFkk B nks ......................
Sol. P (A' B') = 0.6
P (A B) = 0.4
P (A B' or A' B)
= P (A B') + P (A' B)
= P (A B) P (A B)
= 0.4 0.3 = 0.1
So vr% 70 P (A B' or A' B) = 7

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PART-II PHYSICS

18. Find the number ......................

lehdj.k

y3 1

y2 z

y2x

yz2

z3 1

z2 x

yx

Sol.

y2 z

y2x

yz2

z3 1

z2 x

yx

x z

x 1
y3

z3

z3 1

z3

x
3

fudVre~ igqWp ds fy, osx d.kksa dks feykus okyh


js[kk ds yEcor~ gksuk pkfg,A

= 11

y3

x 1

Sol. At closest approach velocity perpendicular to


line joining particles

y3 1

...........

x z

y3 1

21. Two particles A.................


cgqr vR;f/kd nwjh .................

x
3

= 11

x 1

x + y + z + 1 = 11
3
3
3
x + y + z = 10
So vr% (1, 1, 2), (1, 2, 1), (2, 1, 1) are
3

22. A positive point.................


,d /kukRed fcUnqor.................
Sol. VP =

Solutions of x + y + z = 10
lehdj.k x3 + y3 + z3 = 10 ds gy gS
19. If number of non......................
;fn lehdj.k fudk; ......................
Sol. x1+ x2 + x3 + x4 + x5 = 20
...1
and x1 + x2 = 15
...2
from I and II we have
x1 + x2 = 15 and x3+x4+x5 = 5
Where xK 0
Number of solution are
= 16C1.7C2
= 16 21 = 336 = 3.24.7= 3a2b7c
a = 1 , b = 4 , c = 1 a + b+ c = 6
Hindi x1+x2+x3+x4+x5 = 20
...1
vkSj x1 + x2 = 15
...2
I vkSj II ls

kq0 kq0 kq0 3kq0

.
2a
a
a/2
2a

24. A hemisphere .................


M nzO;eku rFkk .................
Sol. N

m g a cos
m g a sin

tan

F = m (g + a)
25. A long block .................
,d yEck CykWd A .................
Sol.
u

x1 + x2 = 15 and x3+x4+x5 = 5
tgk xK 0

m
2m

gyksa dh la[;k
= 16C1.7C2
= 16 21 = 336 = 3.24.7= 3a2b7c
a = 1 , b = 4 , c = 1 a + b+ c = 6
20.

The number of ......................


lehdj.k 4[x3 x] + 8 [x2] ......................

Sol. LHS is even

mmg

mmg

2m

B
A

LHS le gS tcfd

v
v

u
(option fodYi A)
3

RHS is odd

RHS fo"ke gS

mu = mv + 2mv v =

so no solution

vr% dksbZ gy ughaA

During relative motion lkis{k xfr ds nkSjku

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Final velocity of B after collision ;

aA =

mmg
mg
=
2m
2

aB =

mmg
mg
m

VDdj ds i'pkr~ B dk vfUre osx

aA . B = aA aB =

=
3
mg (option fodYi D)
2

17.5
= 1.75 m/s
10

i.e. 1.75 m/s opposite to original

vFkkZr~ izkjfEHkd ds foifjr fn'kk esa 1.75 m/s

W Fr = K
e=

1
1
4
= (3m ) mu 2
2
2
3

JD
1

=
JR JD 1 e

1
2 1
1
mu2 1 mu2
2
3 2
3

|W Fr| =

JD =

2 1
mu 2
3 2

2
initial KE ofB
3

1.75 0.5 2.25 1

4 0.5
4.25 2
1
1
1
2

1 2

3 3
2

2
2
(JR + JD) = 22 .5 = 15 N-s
3
3

Impulse till deformation fo:i.k rd vkosx


(option fodYi B)

F
150 N

26. Two bodies A .................

e'k% 5.00 kg .................


t

Sol. Magnitude of impulse on other body nwljh oLrq

ij vkjksfir vkosx dk ifjek.k

150 t
15
2

150 0.30
=22.5N
2

t = 0.2

10 kg

5 kg
4 m/s 0.5 m/s

27. For a polytrophic .................

,d ijek.kqd vkn'kZ .................


Sol. U = kp2

Before igys

f
pV kp2
2

0.5 m/s

1.75 m/s
A

pv 1 = cont.
x = 1

After ckn esa

W=

Final momentum of vfUre laosx A = 20 22.5

C = Cv +

= 2.5 N-s
velocity of A after collision

nRT
2
R
1 x

28. One mole of a.................

2 .5
1
VDdj ds i'pkr~ A dk osx =
m/s
5
2

i.e. 0.5 m/s in opposite to original direction

vFkkZr~ izkjfEHkd fn'kk ls foifjr fn'kk esa 0.5 m/s


Final momentum of B dk vfUre laosx

,d ijek.kqd .................
Sol. UAB + UBC + UCA = 0, UAB = 0, UBC
=

9P0 V0
UCA
, W CA =
4
2

= 5 + 22.5 = 17.5 N-s


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29. When a hydrogen .................


tc gkbMkstu .................

31. Cubical vessel .................

,d ?kukdkj .................

Sol. Ground state n = 1


ewy voLFkk n = 1

Sol. Maximum

pressure

at

and

minimum

pressure at F. Body moves along the line of

First excited state n = 2


izFke mksftr voLFkk n = 2

greatest pressure gradient passing through the

1 e2
KE
(z 1)
40 2r

starting point.

14.4 1010
eV
2r
2
Now vc r = 0.53 n A (z = 1)

js[kk ij xfr djsxh ftl js[kk ij izkjfEHkd fcUnq ls

C ij nkc vf/kdre~ rFkk F ij U;wure~ gSA oLrq ml

KE

nkc izo.krk vf/kd gksA

14.4 10 10
(KE )1
eV 13.58eV
2 0.53 10 10
14.4 10 10
(KE ) 2
eV 3.39eV
2 0.53 10 10 4
KE decreases by 10.2 eV
KE, 10.2 eV ?kV tk;sxhA

33. An equilateral .................

,d leckgq fizTe .................


Sol. x =

1
3

10

slope =

Now vc,

1 e 2 14.4 10 10
PE

eV
40 r
r

14.4 10 10
(PE)1
eV 27.1eV
0.53 1010
14.4 1010
(PE) 2
6.79eV
0.53 1010 4
PE increases by 20.4 eV
PE, 20.4 eV c<+ tk;sxhA

1
3

= tan30

Ray is incident as shown (normally)


vkifrr rjax iznf'kZr gSA
For grazing emergence m.sin60 = 1.sin90

Li'khZ; fuxZr ds fy, m.sin60 = 1.sin90


2

m =

P
30

nh
Now, angular momentum, L = mvr =
2
nh
vc dks.kh; laosx L = mvr =
2

L 2 L1

h 6.6 10 34

1.05 10 34 Js
2
6.28

60
60
60

For m >

2
3

or 1.15, ray undergoes T.I.R. on

face PR, is incident normally on QR and


30. Artificial satellites .................
,d f=ke mixzg .................
Sol. p =
t=

1 2
V V =
2
Ah

a.v

Ah
a

2p

2p

emerges parallel to x axis

m >

2
3

;k 1.15, ds fy, fdj.k PR lrg ij

T.I.R. iznf'kZr djrh gS] tks fd QR ij vfHkyEcor~

gS rFkk x v{k lekUrj fudyrh gSA

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34. Considering a .................

38. The power dissipated .................


tc daqth S [kqyh .................

gok ls dkp ij .................

Sol. IR = 16R I = 4A
Clearly the two currents are in opposite
directions. when S is open
Li"V gS fd nksuksa /kkjk, foijhr fn'kk esa gksxh tc S

Sol. Draw ray diagram and see

fdj.k fp=k cukvksa vkSj ns[kks

[kqyk gSA

35. Consider a spring .................

,d fLax yhft, .................


Sol. T =

T=

1
m
m
2
2

2
k
4k
3 m

2
k

1 2 1
kA = 4kA'2
2
2

E = 4 + 4R
101+4R +4+4R = 0
3
R
E 4 4R 7V
4

A
.
2
36. A cubical block .................
1 Kg nzO;eku ds .................

A' =

39. Astronomers observe .................


,d [kxksy'kkL=kh .................

Sol. F f N.
2
2
2
F=Nf
= 10 0.2 10
= 8 N Ans.

Sol. L = mVR

V=

2R
T

2mR 2
2R
L = mR
=
T
T

37. An infinite long .................


,d vUur yEckbZ .................
Sol.

L1 m1

L2
T1

T2
m
T
1 1 3
m2
m 2 T2

40. A source of sound .................


,d /ofu L=kksr .................
l

Sol. cos =

vs t
= 0.8
Ct

450


consider loop ABC B.dl mo (Iin )

ywi ABC B.dl mo (Iin ) dh dYiuk djksA
A
B
C


B.dl

B.dl

B.dl 0
C
A

B.dl 0


B dl

moI

moI
8

B.dl 2 . 4
A

B.dl
A

C
f' = f

C-v s cos
C

= 1.8

C-0.8Ccos
1
1
1.8
= 1.8
= 1.8
=
1 0.82
1 0.64
0.36
180
=
= 5 kHz.
36

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PART-III CHEMISTRY
41.

IC, when added


IC dks tc mcyrs

44.

For the first order parallel reactions


A ds 1 M ds lkFk] izFke dksfV
6kt

Sol. [A]t = A0 e

Sol. IC + NaOH NaCl + NaOI

[B] dh yfC/k yield of [B] =

3NaOI 3NaI + NaIO3

42.

It is an experimental fact
;g ,d izk;ksfxd rF; gS
Sol. Cs2[CuCl4] (orange) is tetrahedral because in
Cu(), the unpaired electron is in 3d. But
(NH4)2[CuCl4] (yellow) is square planar
because the unpaired electron is not in 3d,
rather in some promoted state s or p.
Cs2 [CuCl4] (ukjaxh) prq"Qydh; gS D;ksafd Cu()

1
3

[Ct] =

45.

k
1
=
3k 2k k
6

4k
bkt
[1 e ]
3k 2k k

[Ct] =

43.

esa Lor%&lwpd ds :i esa O;ogkj djrk gSA


K2Cr2O7 dks vfUre fcUnq fu/kkZj.k ds fy,
MkbQsfuy ,ehu lwpd dh vko';drk gksrh gS
tcfd KMnO4 f}rh; vuqekid ds :i esa O;ogkj
djrk gSA
(D) nksuksa vEyh; ek/;e esa gkbMkstu lYQkbM ds
lkFk de jaxhu vo{ksi cukrs gSaA

2k
2k
=
3k 2k k
6k

[D] dh yfC/k yield of [D] =

ds 3d esa v;qfXer bysDVkWu gSA ysfdu (NH4)2


[CuCl4] ihyk oxZ leryh; gS D;ksafd 3d esa dksbZ
v;qfXer bysDVkWu ugha gSa cfYd ;g bysDVkWu s
vFkok p esa LFkkukUrfjr gks tkrs gSA
Which of the following properties
fuEu esa ls dkSulk@dkSuls xq.k
Sol. (A) Both on heating form an oxosalt (K2CrO4
& K2MnO4), a metal oxide (Cr2O3 & MnO2) &
oxygen gas.
(B) Both have their colour (orange and purple
respectively) because of charge transfer
spectrum (since no unpaired electrons).
(C) Only K2Cr2O7 behaves as primary titrant,
while KMnO4 behave as self-indicator in
redox titrations. K2Cr2O7 requires diphenyl
amine indicator for end point detection while
KMnO4 behaves as secondary titrant.
(D) Both form a slightly coloured precipitate
(S) with hydrogen sulphide in acidic medium.
Sol. (A) nksuksa xeZ djus ij ,d vkWDlksyo.k (K2CrO4
rFkk K2MnO4), ,d /kkrq vkWDlkbM (Cr2O3 rFkk
MnO2) rFkk vkWDlhtu xSl cukrs gSaA
(B) nksuksa vkos'k LFkkukUrj.k LisDVe (pwafd v;qfXer
bysDVkWu ugha gS) ds dkj.k budk jax (e'k% ukjaxh
rFkk cSaxuh) j[krs gSaA
(C) dsoy K2Cr2O7 izkFkfed vuqekid ds :i esa
O;ogkj djrk gS tcfd KMnO4 mikip; vuqekiu

1
2

[C] dh yfC/k yield of [C] =


=

3k
3k
=
3k 2k k
6k

4k

[1 e ]
6k

2
= 0.67
3

40 mL of 0.05 M solution
0.05 M lksfM;e lsLD;wdkcksZusV

Sol. In presence of phenolphthalein,


1
meq. of Na2CO3 = meq. of HCl
2
1
2 40 0.05
= x 0.05
2
x = 40 mL
With M.O.,
meq. of Na2CO3 + meq. of NaHCO3 = meq.
of HCl
2 40 0.05 + 40 0.05 = y 0.05
y = 120 mL

Sol. fQukWFksfyu dh mifLFkfr esa]


Na2CO3 dk

1
feyh rqY;kad = HCl dk feyh
2

rqY;kad
2 40 0.05

1
= x 0.05
2

x = 40 mL
M.O. ds lkFk]
Na2CO3 dk feyh rqY;kad + NaHCO3 dk feyh

rqY;kad = HCl dk feyh rqY;kad


2 40 0.05 + 40 0.05 = y 0.05
y = 120 mL

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46.

Thiazyl chloride [NSCl2]


FkkbZ,tkby DyksjkbM [NSCl2]

Sol.
> & a > b
As EN of oxygen is greater than N, hence
s-character in S=O bond will be relatively

49.

Sol. Work done by the gas (clockwise) = Work


done on the gas (anticlockwise)
So, total work done = 0.
U = Ssys = 0 (cyclic process)
q = 0 (from Ist law) Ssurr = 0.
Sol. xSl }kjk fd;k x;k dk;Z (nf{k.kkorZ) = xSl ij

fd;k x;k dk;Z (okekorZ)


vr% dqy fd;k x;k dk;Z = 0.
U = Sfudk; = 0 (pf; ize)
q = 0 (izFke fu;e ls) Sifjos'k = 0.

lesser than
bond. So > Also
s-character in SCl bond in OSCl2 will be
relatively greater than SCl bond of [NSCl2].
So a > b.
pwafd vkWDlhtu dh fo|qr _.krk, N ls mPp gS

vr% S = 0 cU/k esa s-vfHky{k.k


cU/k ls
vis{kkr de gksrs gSaA vr% > AOSCl2 esa SCl
cU/k esas s-vfHky{k.k [NSCl2] ds SCl cU/k dh
vis{kk mPp gksrs gSaA vr% a > bA
A large closed vessel contains
nzo ty dh ux.; ek=kk dks ,d cM+s
Sol. Negligible liquid water present in 1st vessel
will not be able to maintain its equilibrium
with water vapours in 2nd vessel and whole
of it will vapourise. As a result, gaseous
moles in double capacity 2nd vessel will
slightly increase. So final total pressure will
be slightly greater than (P+P')/2, but less
than (P/2) + P'
1st ik=k esa mifLFkr ux.; nzo ty] 2nd ik=k esa

50.

48.
Sol.
t=0
teq

gksxk %
O
RCH=CHCH=NNHCNH2

51.

C6H5NH3+

C6H5NH2 + H
5
2.5
2.5

2.5
pOH = pKa = 14 8 = 6
pKa = 6
+
Now for the solution of [C6H5NH3 ]
+
(vc [C6H5NH3 ] ds foy;u ds fy,) = 0.01 M
pH = 7 pKa log C
6
=7
log (0.01) = 5
2

Which of the following is/are

fuEu esa ls dkSulk@dkSuls dFku Xywdkst


Sol. (i)

glucose pentaacetate donot react with


hydroxylamine

Xywdkst isaVk,lhVsV] gkbMksfDly,feu ls


vfHkf;k ugha djrk gSA
(ii)

Bromine water can oxidize glucose into


gluconic acid

czksehu ty] Xywdkst dks] Xywdksfud vEy esa


vkWDlhd`r djrk gSA
52.

Which of the following products


288 K ij] (HNO3 + H2SO4) ds lkFk

Aniline behaves as a weak base


,uhyhu ,d nqcZy {kkj ds leku
+

Which of the following reactions


fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lh vfHkf;k,

Sol. Reaction (A) is incorrect because its product


will be :
vfHkf;k A lgh ugha gS D;ksafd bldk mRikn

47.

ty ok"i ds lkFk blds lkE; dks cuk;s j[kus esa


vleFkZ gksxk o ;g iw.kZ :i ls okf"ir gks tkrk gSA
blds ifj.kkeLo:i 2nd ik=k ds nqxqus lkeF;Z esa
xSlh; eksyksa esa FkksMh o`f) gks tkrh gSA blfy,
vfUre dqy nkc (P+P')/2 ls FkksMk vf/kd gksxk]
ysfdu (P/2) + P' ls de gksxkA

A thermodynamic system undergoes


,d "ek xfrd fudk; esa fp=k esa

NH2
HNO3 H2SO 4

Oxidation product +

Sol.

288 K

NH2

NH2

NH2
NO2

+
NO2

NO2

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57.

NH2
HNO3 H2SO 4

Sol.

288 K

NH2

NH2

(a) NaAlO2 foy;u

vkWDlhdj.k mRikn +

Sol. (a) 2NaAlO2 + CO2 + 3H2O Na2CO3 +


2Al(OH)3(x = 4)

NH2

(b) 4BF3 + 3H2O H3BO3 + 3HBF4


CCl4 does not hydrolyse because of absence
of vacant orbital on carbon to accept lone
pair from water.
NF3 being an almost non-polar molecule does
not undergoes significant hydrolysis. (y = 2)

NO2

+
NO2

NO2

53.

Which of the following path

Sol. (a) 2NaAlO2 + CO2 + 3H2O Na2CO3 +

cukus ds fy,

2Al(OH)3(x = 4)
(b) 4BF3 + 3H2O H3BO3 + 3HBF4

OEt

Sol. Path (C) and (D) will not give Ph

iFk (C) ,oa (D) Ph

(a) Bubbling CO2

CCl4 dk ty&vi?kVu ugha gksrk gS] bldk dkj.k

ty ls ,dkdh ;qXe xzg.k dj dkcZu ij fjDr

OEt

d{kd dh vuqifLFkfr dk gksuk gSA


OEt

ugha nsrk gS&

NF3 izk;% v/kqzoh; v.kq gksrk gS] ftldk lkFkZd

ty&vi?kVu ugha gksrk gSA (y = 2)


55.

In the reaction sequence


CH3

58.

Ammonium molybdate

veksfu;e eksfyCMsV +

NBS / h

Sol. (NH4)3AsMo12O40 (N in 3 and Mo in +6)


So, 12 3 = 9.

Br

CH3

CH3

Sol. (NH4)3AsMo12O40 (N,3 rFkk Mo, +6 vkWDlhdj.k

la[;k ;qDr gSa)


Sol.

NBS/h

vr% 12 3 = 9.
Br
Br

NaOEt,EtOH

56.

Br2

FeBr3

How many of the following react

ty ds lkFk f;k dj fuEu esa ls

59.

Out of following polymers

fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdrus cgqyd


Sol. Polysterene, PVC, Polyacrylonitrile, Teflon,
Neoprene, Polythene, are addition polymer
as well as homopolymer.
Sol. ikWyhLVkbfju, PVC, ikWyh,kbyksukbVkby, Vsyku,

fu;kshu rFkk ikWyhFkhu ;ksxkRed o lecgqyd nksuksa

Sol. Reacts with water to give a gas: Ca3P2 (PH3);

gSA

NaNH2(NH3), KO2 (O2), PCl5 (HCl), Mg2C3


(C3H4), Al4C3 (CH4), SiH4 (H2)
60.

BaO2, BaI2, Na2O fail to do so.

;kSfxd (x) esa vlar`Irrk

Sol. ty ds lkFk f;k dj ,d xSl nsrs gSa % Ca3P2

BaO2, BaI2, Na2O ,slk djus es vlQy gSA

OH

(PH3); NaNH2(NH3), KO2 (O2), PCl5 (HCl),


Mg2C3 (C3H4), Al4C3 (CH4), SiH4 (H2)

What is the degree

Sol.

Na2CrO4

(D.U. = 5)

H2SO 4

O
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PAPER-2
PART-I MATHEMATICS
1.

If |z| = 1, then ...........................


;fn |z| = 1 gks] ...........................

Sol. Let ekuk =

z 1
z

1
z
1
1 =
z
1
| 1| =
1
| 1| = 1
(x 1)2 + y2 = 1

If abc = p and ...........................


;fn abc = p rFkk ...........................

a b c a c b 1 0 0
Sol. AA' = I c a b b a c = 0 1 0
b c a c b a 0 0 1
2
2
a + b + c2 = 1 and rFkk ab + bc + ca = 0

So vr% (a + b + c)2 = 1 + 2 0 = 1
a + b + c = 1
So the equation whose roots are a, b, c is
vr% a, b, c ewyksa okyh lehdj.k gS
x3 x2 + 0.x p = 0 x3 x2 p = 0
3.


Let f : R , ..................
4 4

ekuk f : R , ..................
4 4

2 | x |

Sol. f : R , ; f(x) = tan 1

4
4

2 | x |
| x |
= tan 1 (1) tan 1

f (x) =

| x |
tan 1

4
2


range is ifjlj ,
4 4

surjectiv e vkPNknd
1
1
and vkSj f (0 ) =
2
2
non-deriv able at x = 0 ij vodyuh;

f (0 + ) =

ughaA

Three points are ..................


o 8x 3 + 27y 3 + 18xy = 1..................
Sol. (2x) 3 + (3y) 3 + (1) 3 = 3(2x)(3y)
2x + 3y 1 = 0 or 2x = 3y = 1
1
1
v ertices 'kh"kZ ,
3
2
6.

= 1

2.

4.

The area of pentagon ..................


iapHkqt ABCDE dk ..................

Sol. | AB|= | BC|= | CD |


= | DE | = | EA |

| b | = | a | = | a b | = | b a |

| b |2 = | a b |2


2
| b |2 = |a|2 + | b |2 2 a . b


| a |2 = 2 | a | | b | cos

= 2 cos (as | a | = | b |)

(where is angle between a and b )

(tgk lfn'kksa a rFkk b ds e/; dks.k gS)


3
= 2 cos
5

(5) AD = ( 1) a , BC = a
AD
1
3

=
= 1 = 1 2 cos
BC
1
5
2

= 1 2 cos

2
= 1 + 2 cos
5
(6) Area of pentagon = area of ABC + area
of ACD + area of ADE
iapHkqt dk {ks=kQy = ABC dk {ks=kQy + ACD
dk {ks=kQy + ADE dk {ks=kQy

1 b
1
1 b
=
|a | +
| a b | | 1| +
|a |
2
2
2

| 2 | = k | a b |
1
k=
[ 1 | 1| | 2 | |
2
1
3
3
=
1 1 4cos2
4 cos
2
5
5
3
3
= 1 + 2 cos2
2 cos
5
5
6
2
= 1 + 1 + cos
+ 2 cos
5
5

2
= 2 cos + 2 cos
5
5

4

= 2 1 2cos2 1 + cos
5
5

4
2
= 4 cos
+ cos
5
5

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7.

The probability .................


de ls de ,d ..................

x 2 + y2 =

281 56
+
25
25

8
Sol. Probability that no 0 is selected is .
9
n

8
'kwU; 0 dks p;u ugh gksus dh izkf;drk gSA
9

x 2 + y2 =

337
25

radius f=kT;k =

So probability that at least one zero is selected


n

8
is 1 .
9

vr% de ls de ,d 'kwU; ds p;u gksus dh izf;drk


n

8
1 gksxhA
9

8.

If three numbers ..................


fn;s x, leqPp; esa ls ..................

Sol. There are five even numbers (0, 2, 4, 6, 8).


dqy ikap le la[;k,a (0, 2, 4, 6, 8).
3

3
Hence required probability is
5
3

11. Suppose a matrix ..................


ekuk dksbZ vkO;wg A ..................
Sol. A4 = (5A 7)2 = 25A2 70A + 49
= 25 (5A 7) 70A + 49 = 55A 126
6
4 2
A = A A = (55A 126) (5A 7)
= 275 (5A 7) 385 A 630 A + 882
= 1375 A 1015 A 1925 + 882
= 360 A 1043 a b = 1403 = 9
12. If sum of the series ..................
;fn Js.kh 1.n + 2(n 1) ..................
Sol. 1.n + 2 (n 1) + 3(n 2) + ....... + n . 1
n
r 1

=
9.

= r(n r 1) = (n + 1)
= (n + 1)

3
vr% vHkh"V izkf;drk
5

Eccentricity of the ..................


nh?kZo`k dh mRdsUnzrk ..................

337
5

n(n 1)
2

r r
r 1

r 1

n(n 1)
n(n 1)(2n 1)

2
6
2n 1
n(n 1)(n 2)

n 1 3 =
6

a = 1, b = 2, c = 6

a+b+c=9

13. Number of polynomials..................


x2 + 1 ls foHkkftr ..................

10. Radius of director..................


nh?kZo`k ds fu;ked ..................

Sol. i3 + ai2 + bi + c = 0
rFkkand (i)3 + a(i)2 + b(i) + c = 0

Sol.

(c a) + (b 1) i = 0 b = 1, a = i
Thus total number of such polynomials is
equal to

F2M. F1N = b2 =

vr% bl izdkj ds cgqinksa dh dqy la[;k


10
C1 = 10, vr%Hence k = 5

4 14 56

=
5
5
25

2ae = 6
ae = 3
a2 b2 = 9
56 281
a2 = 9 +
=
25
25
e2 = 1
e=

56
225
=
281 281

15
281

Equation of director circle is

14. If 2 1 2 . n C 0 . n C 1 2 ..................

;fn 2 1 2 . n C 0 . n C 1 2 ..................
Sol. (1 + x)n = {(1 + 2x) x}n
= nC0(1+2x)n nC1 (1+2x)n 1 x + nC2(1+2x)n2. x2
+ ............
Comparing the coefficients of x12 on both sides
vr% x12 dk xq.kt vHkh"V
C12 = nCk

k
=6
2

k = 12

fu;ked o`k dk lehdj.k gSA


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15. All the three vertices..................


,d leckgq f=kHkqt ..................
Sol. Let the point be ekukfd fcUnq

2x

18. If im

A(t1, t12), B(t2, t22),

te t dt
e4x
2x

C(t3, t32)

;fn im

slope of AB = t1 + t2 = 2

= ..................

te t dt
e4x

= ..................

AB dk <+ky = t1 + t2 = 2
slope of BC = t2 + t3 =

2xe 2 = 1
4x2
2

So blfy, 2 = 1

2 3
1 2 3
2 3

19. Sum of the values ..................

1 2 3
2 3
1 2 3

k ds ekuksa ftuds fy, ..................

2 3
1 2 3

= 22 2 3 4 3 6 2 3 4 3 6

k 4 1
Sol. D = 4 k 2 = 0
2 2 1

1 12

e4x 8x

1 2 3

slope of CA = t3 + t1 =

2(t1 + t2 + t3) = 2 +

1 2 3
2 3

BC dk <+ky = t2 + t3 =

CA dk <+ky = t3 + t1 =

Sol. by L' Hospital Rule gkWLihVy fu;e ls

2 3

2 6
6
=

= 3
11 11 11

k(k 4) 4(0) + 1(8 2k) = 0


k2 6k + 8 = 0 k = 2, 4

16. Two whole numbers..................

nks iw . kZ la [ ;kvks a dks ..................


20. If a, b are two ..................

Sol.
Unit digit in number

Unit digit in number

Odd

Odd

Unit digit in product


Odd

Odd

Even

Even

Even

Odd

Even

Even

Even

Even

3
4
1
q =
4
p
= 3
q

Sol. a a b c

Taking dot product with


a



a2 a . c and so a . c = 1

p =

we get

ds lkFk fcUnq xq.ku ysus ij gesa izkIr gksrk gS



a2 a . c rFkk blfy, a . c = 1

17. If ( z1 , z2 ) and ( z3 , z4 ) ..................

;fn ( z1 , z2 ) vkSj ( z3 , z4 ) ..................


Sol. z1 = z2

Taking dot product with c

z2

z4

zz
zz
= arg 1 2 = arg 1 1 = 0
z3 z4
z3 z3


a.c

we get



+ a b . c = c . c and so1 + a b c = 4

z3 = z4
z
arg 1 + arg
z3

;fn nks bdkbZ lfn'k ..................

ds lkFk fcUnq xq.ku ysus ij ges izkIr gksrk gS


a.c


+ ab .c =


c . c rFkk

blfy,



1 + a b c = 4 a b c = 3

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21. If the differential ..................

;fn 0, vkSj (t, 0) ..................


4

PART-II PHYSICS

dy
e x
Sol.
(cos y sin y) + ex (cos y + sin y) = e
dx
dp
e x
+ pex = e
dx

p.R= e

e x

.e

e x

e x

e
dx = e

rhu O;fDr P, Q..............


Sol. P & Q will meet 3 sec after start.
P & R will meet 4 sec after start.
P & R will meet at point B.
P rFkk Q izkjEHk gksus ds 3 lSd.M ckn fey tkrs gSA

let ekuk cos y + sin y = p

So blfy, R = e

25. Three men P..................

P rFkk R izkjEHk gksus ds 4 lSd.M ckn fey tkrs gSA


P rFkk R fcUnq B ij feyrs gSA

dx = x + c

26. In given circuit ..............


iznf'kZr fp=k esa t = 0....................

e
(sin y + cos y) e
=x+c

1 e 1
1

=cc=0

.
2
2

e
sin y + cos y = x . e

Sol. At t = 0 the current through cell is

e
e
sin 0 + cos 0 = t . e t . e

=1

Sol. Both curves touch each other at the point


(0, 2). So common tangent is y = 2.
nksuksa o ,d nwljs ij (0, 2) ij Li'kZ djrs gS

blfy, mHk;fu"B Li'kZ js[kk y = 2 gSA

t = 0 ij lsy ls izokfgr /kkjk

1 3 8
=
3 8 = 3

2 9 8

24. Let f : R R be ..................


ekuk f : R R nks ckj ..................
3

(3 x) f"(x) dx = 7
2

3
3

(3 x)f '(x) 2 (1) f'(x) dx = 7


2

f '(x)dx

=7

E
R1 R3

gSA

28. An iron block and ....................


,d ykSgs rFkk ,d ....................
Tiron iron water Vgeff
Twood water wood Vgeff

30. Find the time at ....................


og le; Kkr dhft, ....................

1 loge (3 8 )
{e
eloge (3 8 ) }
2
1
= {(3 + 8 )1 + (3 + 8 )}
2

0 f'(2) +

gSA

29. Find minimum ....................


A rFkk B ds e/; ....................

1 iz
(e + eiz)
2

Sol.

E
R1 R2

t ij lsy ls izokfgr /kkjk

Sol.

8 ) ..................

;fn z = i loge(3 + 8 ) ..................


Sol. cos z =

E
R1 R3

At t the current through cell is

22. If the equation of ..................


ijoy; x2 y + 2 = 0 ..................

23. If z = i loge(3 +

E
R1 R2

f'(2) + f(3) f(2) = 7


f(3) = 7 + f'(2) + f(2) = 7 + 4 + (1) = 10

Sol. (29 to 30)


position of A
A dh fLFkfr

xA = A0sin(t + /3)
xA = A0sin(t + /3)

xB = A0 + A0 sin (t)
xBA = xB xA
= A0 + A0 sint A0sin(t + /3)
= A0 + A0 sint sin(t + /3) t
= A0 2A0 sin(/6) cos(t + /6)
xBA = A0 A0 cos(t + /6)
xBAmax= 2A0 ; xBAmin = 0
t + /6 =
2 t 5
T
6
5T
t
12

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at t =
t=

5T
separation is max. for the first time
12

5T
ij buds e/; nwjh igyh ckj vf/kdre~ gksrh
12

Also at t = 0, the displacement is equal to its


amplitude i.e, at t = 0, y = a. The equation of
motion of the source is

bldh izdkj t = 0 ij foLFkkiu vk;ke ds cjkcj gS


vFkkZr~ y = a gSA L=kksr dh lehdj.k

gSA
t +

= 2
6
cos(t + /6)

y = (1.0 cm) cos [(40s1)t]


.......(i)
The equation of the wave travelling on the
string along the positive x-axis is obtained by
replacing t by
/kukRed x-fn'kk esa xfr'khy rjax lehdj.k Kkr

3/2
t

djus ds fy, lehdj.k (i) esa t

y = (1.0 cm) cos 40s1 t


v

2 t
T

11
12

11T
t=
separation is min. for the first time
12

t=

x
j[kus ij
v

11T
ij buds e/; nwjh igyh ckj U;wure~ gksrh
12

gSA


= (1.0 cm) cos (40s1 )t m1 x ..... (ii)
2

The displacement of the particle at x = 50 cm at


time t = 0.05 sec is obtained from equation (ii)
y = (1.0 cm) cos

1
1
(40s )(0.05 sec) m 0.05 m
2

31. Find the speed of ....................


jLlh esa lapfjr ....................

1
2

cm

32. Write the equation....................


rjax dh lehdj.k ....................

x = 50 cm ij fLFkr d.k dk t = 0.05 sec ij

Sol. (31 to 32)


Mass per unit length of the string is m = Ad
jLlh dh bdkbZ yEckbZ dk nzO;eku m = Ad

y = (1.0 cm) cos

foLFkkiu lehdj.k (ii) }kjk

= (0.8 106 12.5 103) kg/m


m = 0.01 kg/m
speed of transverse wave produced in the
string v =

T
=
m

64
= 80 m/s
0.01

jLlh esa mRiUu rjax dk osx v =


=

T
m

64
= 80 m/s
0.01

1
1
(40s )(0.05 sec) m 0.05 m
2

1
2

33. Unknown resistance ....................

vKkr izfrjks/k ....................


34. When 1 and 2 ....................

tc 1 rFkk 2 ....................
Sol. (33 to 34)

The amplitude of the source is a = 1.0 cm and


the frequency is f = 20 Hz. The angular
frequency is = 2f= 40/s
L=kksr dk vk;ke a = 1.0 cm rFkk vko`fk

k1 = 5
k2 = (5 + X)
or ;k

2
5X
=
1
5

or ;k

2 1
X
=
1
5

f = 20 Hz gS rFkk dks.kh; vko`fk


= 2f= 40/s gSA

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36. A metal surface ................


,d /kkfRod lrg ................
Sol. Ephoton =

40. Two particles of ................

fHkUu nzO;eku ds nks ................


Sol. for 3kg ds fy,

12400 eV
= 2eV
6200

y=

100 x
2eV
1.1 = 0.4
100
100 x
2
= 1.5 400 4x = 300
100
x = 25 %

37. A projectile is ................

,d iz{ksI; dks ................


Sol. T =

v cosec
10 3 2
=
= 2 sec
g
2 10 3

38. A pendulum bob................


0.5 kg nzO;eku................
1
m1v12 v1 2gh
2
m1v1 = m1v1 + m2v2
.....(i)
v v1
1= 2
v1 = v2 v1
v1

Sol. m1gh =

From (1) & (2) ls


0.5v 1 = 0.5 (v 2 v1) + 1v2
0.5v 1 + 0.5v1 = 1.5 v2
v
v2 = 1
1.5
1
1
m2 v 22 = Kx 2
2
2
2
m
v
x2 = 2 2
K
x=

m2
v2 =
K

x2
20

dy
2 dx
=
x
dt
20 dt
2
1 d2 x dx
d2 y
=

= g

10 dt 2 dt
dt 2

100 = v2 v = 10m/s
for COM ds fy,
5
y = x2
4
dy
5
dx
= 2x
dt
4
dt
2
2

5
d y
d2 x dx
=

2 dt 2 dt
dt 2

5
g = [ Vcom 2 ] Vcom = 2m/s
2
m v m2 v 2
Now Vcom = 1 1
m1 m 2
2=

m1( 10) 3(10)


m1 3

2m1 + 6 = 10m, + 30
12m, = 24
m1 = 2kg
41. A long capillary ................
1mm O;kl okyh ................
Sol.
P0
a

1
2 9.8 1.5

1.5
1.5

h
b

2 14
2.8
2 2 9.8 1.5
=
=
=
3
1.5 100
3 10
3

n3

39. One end of an................

ykSgs dh psu dk ................

Sol. M

mx /
g w V
g


iron

mx

On solving, gy djus ij
X = 1.57 m =
2(Ans.)

2T
r
2T
Pb P0
r
also, Pb = Pa + dgh
substuting values
Pa P0

eku frLFkkfir djus ij


h

4T
4 .075

6 10 2 m 6cm
rdg 1
3
3
2 10 1 10 10

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42. An LCR series................


,d LCR Js.kh ifjiFk ................
L
1/ C
or tan 60 =
R
R
L = 1/ C
Impendance of circuit
=R
Current in the circuit
V
V
r r r 2 Amp.
Z
R
1
Average power P V00 cos
2
(as cos = 1)

Sol. tan 60 =

P 200 2 1 = 400 watt.


L
1/ C
Sol. tan 60 =
;k tan 60 =
R
R
L = 1/ C
ifjiFk dh izfrck/kk = R

ifjiFk dh /kkjk
vkSlr 'kfDr

Vr
V
r 2 Amp.
Z
R
1
P V00 cos
2
r

(pw a f d cos = 1)
200 2 1 = 400 okW V .

44. In the circuit ................


nf'kZr ifjiFk ................
Sol. L1I1 = L2I2
V
= 2L I2
R
V
I2 =
2R

V
.
2
V
vr% R ds fljksa ij oksYVst
gksxkA
2
45. Two thin symmetrical ................

So, voltage across R is

nks irys le:i ................


Sol.

2 m
2
1 m1
1
1 + 2 1
= 24
4
f 43
R
R

f = 24

f
=8
3

46. A liquid of density................


0.8 gm/cm3 ?kuRo ................

43. A conductor ................


,d pkyd esa ................
Sol. Put equal and opposite wires at side ad and
eh magnetic moment of loop abcd and loop
efgh will be cancelled out. So net magnetic
moment will be of loop adeh and that will be
Hkqtk ad rFkk eh ij leku rFkk foijhr rkj j[kus
ij ywi abcd rFkk ywi efgh dk pqEcdh; vk?kw.kZ

,d&nwljs dks fujLr djsxkA vr% ifj.kkeh pqEcdh;


vk?kw.kZ ywi adeh dk gksxk rFkk ;g fuEu gksxkA

Sol. 0.8 5 S 15 =
S=

210
4.2

5
cal/gm-C
6

47. The emissivity of ................


VaxLVu dh mRltZdrk ................

Sol. P = A e (30004 3004) = 2 kW.


48. In Bohr's model................
cksgj izfr:i esa................
v2
r
m0 ev
B
.
4 r 2

Sol. a

M NiA

M (1)(6)(0.1)2 j

6
M
j
100
So, torque on the system will be

vr% fudk; ij cyk?kw.kZ gksxkA



MB
6

j (100 i)
100

.
6( k)

a
vr
B

But ysfdu v
r

z
n

n2
z

so. vr%

a
n
B

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PART-III CHEMISTRY
52.
50.

Which of the following reactions

fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSulh vfHkf;k,sa

Which of the following will release

,d bysDVkWu dks tksM+us ij dkSu


Sol. O (g) will resist electron gain because of

HgSO 4
Sol. (A) CH3CCH
CH3CCH3
dil. H2SO 4

existing ve charge.
N (g) will resist electron gain because of halffilled stable electronic configuration.
Na (g) releases energy upon electron gain
(all alkali metals do so)
K+ (g) releases energy upon electron gain
(equal to IE of K(g) wrt magnitude)

gy%

(B) (C6H5CH2)2Cd + 2CH3COCl


O
CH2CCH3

CH3

O (g) _.kkos'k dh mifLFkfr ds dkj.k bysDVkWu


(C)

xzg.k dk izfrjks/k djsxkA


N (g) v)Ziwfjr LFkk;h bysDVkWfud foU;kl ds

CHO
1. CrO2Cl2

2. H3O

SnCl2
(D) CH3CN

CH3CH=NH
HCl

dkj.k bysDVkWu xzg.k dk izfrjks/k djsxkA

H O

Na (g) bysDVkWu xzg.k djus ij tkZ eqDr djrk

3 CH3CHO

gS (lHkh {kkjh; /kkrq, ,slk djrh gSaA)


K+ (g) bysDVkWu xzg.k djus ij tkZ eqDr djrk gS

53.

;kSfxd (A) ds lUnHkZ esa lgh

(ifjek.k ds laxr K(g) dh vk;uu tkZ ds cjkcj)


54.

When added to Pb(NO3)2


Pb(NO3)2 dks feykus ij (A)

Select correct statement(s)

Sol. (53 & 54)


51.

CH3MgBr

Steps (a), (b) and (c) indicate that (A) is hypo


Na2S2O3.5H2O. It is water soluble but does
not turns red litmus blue because of pH of
solution lying within pH range of litmus
indicator.
Reactions :

(1eq)

CH MgBr

O (13
mol )

Sol.
O

(1) Na2S2O3.5H2O Na2S2O3 + 5H2O


(2) Na2S2O3 + 2HCl
2NaCl + SO2 + S + H2O

CH MgBr

O (13
mol )

(3) Na2S2O3 + 2 Na2S4O6 + 2Na(RA)

MgBr

BrMgO

CH3
CH3MgBr

O (1
mol )

MgBr
HO
H O

(4) Na2S2O3 + 2AgNO3


Ag2S2O3 + 2NaNO3
White ppt.
Ag2S2O3 + H2O Ag2S + H2SO4
Black ppt.
Pb(NO3)2 + Na2S2O3 PbS2O3
white (P)

CH3
OH
CH3

conc.HNO3 or
H2O2

boil

PbS
PbSO4

black
(P)

white
(Q)

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Sol. (53 & 54)

in (a), (b) rFkk (c) bafxr djrs gSa fd (A) gkbiks

56.

ftad Cys.M dh ,d ,dd dksf"Bdk

Na2S2O3.5H2O gSA ;g ty foys;h gksrk gS ysfdu

fyVel lwpd dh pH ijkl esa fLFkr foy;u dh

A plane parallel to one of the faces

Sol. Such a plane passes through centres of four


tetrahedral voids, two of which are occupied

pH ds dkj.k ;g yky fyVel dks uhyk ugha djrk

by Zn2+ ions. No S2 ions lie on this plane.

gSA

bl izdkj dk ry] pkj prq"Qydh; fjfDrdkvksa ds

vfHkf;k;sa &

dsUnz ls xqtjrk gS] ftuesa ls nks] Zn2+ vk;uksa }kjk


f?kjh gksrh gSaA bl ry ij ,d Hkh S2 vk;u fLFkr

(1) Na2S2O3.5H2O Na2S2O3 + 5H2O

ugha gksrk gSA

(2) Na2S2O3 + 2HCl


2NaCl + SO2 + S + H2O
(3) Na2S2O3 + 2 Na2S4O6 + 2Na(RA)

57.

fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSulk@dkSuls dFku

(4) Na2S2O3 + 2AgNO3

Ag2S2O3 + 2NaNO3

Which of the following is/are

OH

N+2Cl +

Sol.

OH

'osr vo{ksi
N=N

Ag2S2O3 + H2O Ag2S + H2SO4

Oragne dye

dkyk vo{ksi

ukjaxh jatd

Pb(NO3)2 + Na2S2O3 PbS2O3

lQsn (P)

58.

conc.HNO3 or
H2O2

boil

OH

lgh dFku dks igpkfu,

PbS
PbSO4

dkyk

lQsn

(P)

(Q)

Find correct statement

Sol. For the coupling of phenol, mild alkaline


medium is most suitable.

ean {kkjh; ek/;e] fQukWy ds ;qXeu ds fy, lcls


mi;qDr gksrk gSA

55. Select the correct statement(s)

ftad Cys.M lajpuk ds lUnHkZ


Sol. A S2 ion has 4 Zn2+ ions as its nearest
neighbours with

3a
(distance between a
4

corner and its tetrahedral void) as the

59.

A saturated solution in AgA


AgA (Ksp = 3 1014) o AgB

Sol.

AgA

Ag+ +
(x+y)

A
x

AgB

Ag+ +
(x+y)

B
y

distance between centre of ions.

,d

S2

vk;u

3a
4

dksuks

rFkk

bldh

x
3
y
8

prq"Qydh; fjfDrdk ds e/; nwjh ds lkFk blds


fudVre iMkSfl;ksa ds :i esa vk;uksa ds dsUnz ds

y = 5 10
AgA AgB

x = 1510

0m (AgA) S( AgA)
1000

0m (AgB) S( AgB)
1000

e/; nwjh ds :i esa 4 Zn2+ vk;u j[krk gSA


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60.

For the complex with formula

62.

The activity per mL of a solution

jsfM;ks ,fDVo inkFkZ ds foy;u

lw=k [Pt(gly)2BrCl] ;qDr ladqy

1
Sol. N = N0
2

Sol. 11 6 = 5

61.

x 300
1
48 = (x) 200 2

20 % of surface sites
N2 v.kqvksa }kjk 20 % i`"Bh;

So n = 5

Sol. Total no. of surface sites


= 1000 6.023 1014 = 6.023 1017

1
17
16
= 6.023 10 = 2 6.023 10
5

Amount of nitrogen desorbed = n =

PV
RT

0 . 001 2 . 46 10 3
=
0 . 082 300

So, no. of nitrogen molecules


2.46 10 6
6.023 1023 = 6.023 1016
24 . 6

no. of sites per molecule of N2


=

A hypothetical metal chloride

,d dkYifud /kkrq DyksjkbM

Total no. of sites occupied

63.

2 6 . 023 1016
=2
6 . 023 1016

Sol. Metal chloride + Mg Metal + MgCl2


From reaction, 24g of Mg metal produces
95g of MgCl2
9.6g of Mg metal produces

of MgCl2
Mass of Cl in MgCl2 = Mass of Cl in metal
chloride = 389.6 = 28.4g
Mass of metal in metal chloride = 52.4 28.4
= 24g
Now, 28.4g of chlorine combines with 24g of
metal
& 35.5g of chlorine combines with Eq Wt of
metal (by definition)
Eq wt. of metal =

gy. i`"B LFkyks dh dqy la[;k = 1000 6.023 1014


= 6.023 1017

1
6.023 1017 = 2 6.023 1016
5

fo'kksf"kr gq, ukbVkstu dh ek=kk = n =


=

PV
RT

0 . 001 2 . 46 10 3
0 . 082 300

blfy,] ukbVkstu v.kqvksa dh la[;k


=

2.46 10 6
6.023 1023 = 6.023 1016
24 . 6

N2 ds izfr v.kq LFkyksa dh la[;k


=

2 6 . 023 1016
= 2
6 . 023 1016

35.5 24
= 30
28.4

Sol. /kkrq DyksjkbM + Mg /kkrq + MgCl2

?ksjs x;s LFkyksa dh dqy la[;k


=

9.6 95
= 38g
24

vfHkf;k ls] Mg /kkrq dk 24g, MgCl2 ds 95g


mRiUu djrk gSA
Mg /kkrq dk 9.6g, MgCl2 ds

9.6 95
= 38g
24

mRiUu djrk gSA


MgCl2 esa Cl dk nzO;eku = /kkrq DyksjkbM esa Cl dk
nzO;eku = 389.6 = 28.4g
/kkrq DyksjkbM esa /kkrq dk nzO;eku = 52.4 28.4
= 24g

vc, pwafd Dyksjhu dk 28.4g, /kkrq ds 24g ds lkFk


la;ksftr gksrk gSA
vr%] Dyksjhu dk 35.5g, /kkrq ds rqY;kadh Hkkj ds
lkFk la;ksftr gksrk gSA (ifjHkk"kk ds vuqlkj)
/kkrq dk rqY;kadh Hkkj =

35.5 24
= 30
28.4

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64.

Determine the sum of number

68.

How many of the following

buesa ls fdruh vfHkf;k, jaxghu

KO2, NO, ClO2, O2, ClO3

Sol. Lime water turn milky, on passing CO2 or

Sol. 1+1+1+2+1+0+1+2+0+0=9.

SO2 gas (both colourless)


65.

Reactions (i), (v), (vi) produce CO2 gas and

An electron is continuously

reaction (ii) produce SO2 gas

foHkokUrj esa ,d bysDVkWu


Sol.

pwus dk ikuh CO2 vFkok SO2xSl nksuks jaxghu

dks xqtkjus ij nwf/k;k gks tkrk gSA

K.E.

vfHkf;k, (i), (v), (vi) CO2 xSl mRiUu djsxha rFkk


d 1 dKE
=

2 KE

vfHkf;k (ii) SO2 xSl mRiUu djsxhA

d
1 dKE
100) =
(
100)

2 KE

69.

(y) and (z) both give ve


(y) rFkk (z) nksuksa ve vk;MksQkWeZ

So, kinetic energy increases by 8 %.

CH3

vr% xfrt tkZ 8 % c<+rh gSA

Sol. y = CH3CH2CHCHO
66.

Boron exist in different allotropic

z = CH3CH2CH

cksjksu fHkUu vij:i esa mifLFkr

CH3

5
Sol. Heat evolved per mol of 'B' atoms= 200
2

x = CH3CH2CHCH=CHCH2CH3
CH3

= 500 kJ

CH3CH2CHCH=CHCH2CH3
CH3

izfr eksy 'B' ijek.kqvksa ds fy, fu"dkflr "ek


=

67.

CH3CH2CCH2CH2CH2CH3
HBr
Br
(3-Bromo-3-methyl heptane

5
200 = 500 kJ
2

How many position isomers

70.

MkbZczkseksusFksyhu ds fdrus fLFkfr

X is the molecular weight of smallest

lcls NksVs ,oa dkf'k; lf; kd`frd


Sol. Alanine

,ysfuu CH3CHCOOH (X = 89)


NH2

Sol.
71.

How many molecules given below

uhsps fn;s x;s v.kqvksa esa fdrus v.kq


Sol. Those N which have more e density N of
aniline are more basic than aniline.
I, II, III, IV, VIII, IX are more basic than
aniline.

og N tks vf/kd e ?kuRo j[krk gS] ,fuyhu dk N


,uhfyu dh vis{kk vf/kd {kkjh; gksrk gSA

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KMnO4 / OH

72.

Benzoic acid

Tollen's test

C9H10O
(x)

ZnHg
HCl

+ve

Vksyu ifj{k.k

(y)

(i) O2
+
(ii) H3O

CHO
CHCH3

Sol. (x) =
CHO
CHCH3
Zn Hg

HCl

(x)

CH3
CHCH3

OH

O
( i ) O2

(y)

CH3CCH3 +
( ii) H3O
(z)

(w)

OH

OH

Br

Br

+ 3Br2 (aq)

+ 3HBr
Br

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MAJOR TEST (MT)


(JEE ADVANCED PATTERN)

TARGET : JEE (MAIN+ADVANCED) 2016


COURSE : VIJETA (JP)

DATE : 30-12-2015

ANSWER KEY
CODE-0 (ENGLISH & HINDI)
PAPER-1
PART: I MATHEMATICS
1.
8.
15.

(BD)
2.
(ABC) 9.
(ABC) 16.

(ABC) 3.
(D)
10.
(8)
17.

(BD)
(AB)
(7)

4.
11.
18.

(AD)
(BD)
(3)

5.
12.
19.

(ACD) 6.
(AB)
13.
(6)
20.

(AC)
(CD)
(0)

7. (BCD)
14. (BD)

(ABD) 26.
(BC)
33.
(3)
40.

(AB)
(AC)
(5)

27.
34.

(AC)
(AD)

(CD) 46.
(ABC) 53.
(6)
60.

(AD)
(AB)
(5)

47.
54.

(CD)
(AD)

PART: II PHYSICS
21.
28.
35.

(AD)
(AC)
(AB)

22.
29.
36.

(BD)
23.
(BCD) 30.
(8)
37.

(AC)
(BC)
(8)

24.
31.
38.

(AD)
(AD)
(7)

25.
32.
39.

PART: III CHEMISTRY


41.
48.
55.

(ACD) 42.
(ACD) 49.
(BC)
56.

(AD)
43.
(ABCD) 50.
(7)
57.

(ABD) 44.
(BCD) 51.
(6)
58.

(ABC) 45.
(BD)
52.
(9)
59.

PAPER-2
PART: I MATHEMATICS
1.
8.
15.
22.

(BC)
(A)
(3)
(2)

2.
9.
16.
23.

(BC)
(B)
(3)
(3)

3.
10.
17.
24.

(BCD) 4.
(A)
11.
(0)
18.
(7)

(BCD) 5.
(9)
12.
(1)
19.

(B)
(9)
(6)

6.
13.
20.

(A)
(5)
(3)

7. (C)
14. (6)
21. (1)

(A)
(5)
(6)

30.
37.
44.

(A)
(2)
(6)

31.
38.
45.

(C)
(3)
(8)

(BD)
(2)
(4)

55.
62.
69.

(AB)
(5)
(3)

PART: II PHYSICS
25.
32.
39.
46.

(ABC)
(A)
(2)
(5)

26.
33.
40.
47.

(AC)
(B)
(2)
(2)

27.
34.
41.
48.

(AC)
(A)
(6)
(1)

28.
35.
42.

(ABD) 29.
(4)
36.
(4)
43.

PART: III CHEMISTRY


49.
56.
63.
70.

(D)
(BD)
(3)
(9)

50.
57.
64.
71.

(CD)
(ABC)
(9)
(6)

51.
58.
65.
72.

(ACD) 52.
(ABD) 59.
(9)
66.
(3)

(CD)
(3)
(5)

53.
60.
67.

(ABC) 54.
(5)
61.
(6)
68.

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MAJOR TEST (MT)


(JEE ADVANCED PATTERN)

TARGET : JEE (MAIN+ADVANCED) 2016


COURSE : VIJETA (JP)

DATE : 30-12-2015

ANSWER KEY
CODE-1
PAPER-1
PART: I MATHEMATICS
1.
8.
15.

(BC)
2.
(ABD) 9.
(ABD) 16.

(ABD) 3.
(C)
10.
(8)
17.

(BC)
(AD)
(7)

4.
11.
18.

(AC)
(BC)
(3)

5.
12.
19.

(ABC) 6.
(AC)
13.
(6)
20.

(AD)
(CD)
(0)

7. (BCD)
14. (BC)

(BCD) 26.
(AD)
33.
(3)
40.

(CD)
(AC)
(5)

27.
34.

(AC)
(BC)

(CD) 46.
(ABD) 53.
(6)
60.

(AC)
(AB)
(5)

47.
54.

(AB)
(CD)

PART: II PHYSICS
21.
28.
35.

(BC)
(AC)
(CD)

22.
29.
36.

(BD)
23.
(ABD) 30.
(8)
37.

(AC)
(AD)
(8)

24.
31.
38.

(BC)
(BC)
(7)

25.
32.
39.

PART: III CHEMISTRY


41.
48.
55.

(BCD) 42.
(ACD) 49.
(BD)
56.

(BD)
43.
(ABCD) 50.
(7)
57.

(ABC) 44.
(ACD) 51.
(6)
58.

(ABD) 45.
(BD)
52.
(9)
59.

PAPER-2
PART: I MATHEMATICS
1.
8.
15.
22.

(AC)
(B)
(3)
(2)

2.
9.
16.
23.

(BD)
(C)
(3)
(3)

3.
10.
17.
24.

(ACD) 4.
(B)
11.
(0)
18.
(7)

(ACD) 5.
(9)
12.
(1)
19.

(C)
(9)
(6)

6.
13.
20.

(B)
(5)
(3)

7. (D)
14. (6)
21. (1)

(C)
(5)
(6)

30.
37.
44.

(B)
(2)
(6)

31.
38.
45.

(A)
(3)
(8)

(AD)
(2)
(4)

55.
62.
69.

(AB)
(5)
(3)

PART: II PHYSICS
25.
32.
39.
46.

(ACD)
(C)
(2)
(5)

26.
33.
40.
47.

(AC)
(D)
(2)
(2)

27.
34.
41.
48.

49.
56.
63.
70.

(C)
(CD)
(3)
(9)

50.
57.
64.
71.

(BD)
(ABD)
(9)
(6)

51.
58.
65.
72.

(AC)
(C)
(6)
(1)

28.
35.
42.

(BCD) 29.
(4)
36.
(4)
43.

PART: III CHEMISTRY


(ACD) 52.
(ACD) 59.
(9)
66.
(3)

(AB)
(3)
(5)

53.
60.
67.

(ACD) 54.
(5)
61.
(6)
68.

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MAJOR TEST (MT)


(JEE ADVANCED PATTERN)

TARGET : JEE (MAIN+ADVANCED) 2016


COURSE : VIJETA (JP)

DATE : 30-12-2015

ANSWER KEY
CODE-2
PAPER-1
PART: I MATHEMATICS
1.
8.
15.

(BD)
2.
(ABC) 9.
(ABC) 16.

(ABC) 3.
(D)
10.
(8)
17.

(BD)
(AB)
(7)

4.
11.
18.

(AD)
(BD)
(3)

5.
12.
19.

(ACD) 6.
(AB)
13.
(6)
20.

(AC)
(CD)
(0)

7. (BCD)
14. (BD)

(ABD) 26.
(BC)
33.
(3)
40.

(AB)
(AC)
(5)

27.
34.

(AC)
(AD)

(CD) 46.
(ABC) 53.
(6)
60.

(AD)
(AB)
(5)

47.
54.

(CD)
(AD)

PART: II PHYSICS
21.
28.
35.

(AD)
(AC)
(AB)

22.
29.
36.

(BD)
23.
(BCD) 30.
(8)
37.

(AC)
(BC)
(8)

24.
31.
38.

(AD)
(AD)
(7)

25.
32.
39.

PART: III CHEMISTRY


41.
48.
55.

(ACD) 42.
(ACD) 49.
(BC)
56.

(AD)
43.
(ABCD) 50.
(7)
57.

(ABD) 44.
(BCD) 51.
(6)
58.

(ABC) 45.
(BD)
52.
(9)
59.

PAPER-2
PART: I MATHEMATICS
1.
8.
15.
22.

(BC)
(A)
(3)
(2)

2.
9.
16.
23.

(BC)
(B)
(3)
(3)

3.
10.
17.
24.

(BCD) 4.
(A)
11.
(0)
18.
(7)

(BCD) 5.
(9)
12.
(1)
19.

(B)
(9)
(6)

6.
13.
20.

(A)
(5)
(3)

7. (C)
14. (6)
21. (1)

(A)
(5)
(6)

30.
37.
44.

(A)
(2)
(6)

31.
38.
45.

(C)
(3)
(8)

(BD)
(2)
(4)

55.
62.
69.

(AB)
(5)
(3)

PART: II PHYSICS
25.
32.
39.
46.

(ABC)
(A)
(2)
(5)

26.
33.
40.
47.

(AC)
(B)
(2)
(2)

27.
34.
41.
48.

49.
56.
63.
70.

(D)
(BD)
(3)
(9)

50.
57.
64.
71.

(CD)
(ABC)
(9)
(6)

51.
58.
65.
72.

(AC)
(A)
(6)
(1)

28.
35.
42.

(ABD) 29.
(4)
36.
(4)
43.

PART: III CHEMISTRY


(ACD) 52.
(ABD) 59.
(9)
66.
(3)

(CD)
(3)
(5)

53.
60.
67.

(ABC) 54.
(5)
61.
(6)
68.

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MAJOR TEST (MT)


(JEE ADVANCED PATTERN)

TARGET : JEE (MAIN+ADVANCED) 2016


COURSE : VIJETA (JP)

DATE : 30-12-2015

ANSWER KEY
CODE-3
PAPER-1
PART: I MATHEMATICS
1.
8.
15.

(BC)
2.
(ABD) 9.
(ABD) 16.

(ABD) 3.
(C)
10.
(8)
17.

(BC)
(AD)
(7)

4.
11.
18.

(AC)
(BC)
(3)

5.
12.
19.

(ABC) 6.
(AC)
13.
(6)
20.

(AD)
(CD)
(0)

7. (BCD)
14. (BC)

(BCD) 26.
(AD)
33.
(3)
40.

(CD)
(AC)
(5)

27.
34.

(AC)
(BC)

(CD) 46.
(ABD) 53.
(6)
60.

(AC)
(AB)
(5)

47.
54.

(AB)
(CD)

PART: II PHYSICS
21.
28.
35.

(BC)
(AC)
(CD)

22.
29.
36.

(BD)
23.
(ABD) 30.
(8)
37.

(AC)
(AD)
(8)

24.
31.
38.

(BC)
(BC)
(7)

25.
32.
39.

PART: III CHEMISTRY


41.
48.
55.

(BCD) 42.
(ACD) 49.
(BD)
56.

(BD)
43.
(ABCD) 50.
(7)
57.

(ABC) 44.
(ACD) 51.
(6)
58.

(ABD) 45.
(BD)
52.
(9)
59.

PAPER-2
PART: I MATHEMATICS
1.
8.
15.
22.

(AC)
(B)
(3)
(2)

2.
9.
16.
23.

(BD)
(C)
(3)
(3)

3.
10.
17.
24.

(ACD) 4.
(B)
11.
(0)
18.
(7)

(ACD) 5.
(9)
12.
(1)
19.

(C)
(9)
(6)

6.
13.
20.

(B)
(5)
(3)

7. (D)
14. (6)
21. (1)

PART: II PHYSICS
25.

(ACD) 26.

(AC)

27.

(AC)

28.

(BCD) 29.

(C)

30.

(B)

31.

(A)

32.

(C)

33.

(D)

34.

(C)

35.

(4)

36.

(5)

37.

(2)

38.

(3)

39.
46.

(2)

40.
47.

(2)

41.
48.

(6)
(1)

42.

(4)

43.

(6)

44.

(6)

45.

(8)

(AD)
(2)
(4)

55.
62.
69.

(AB)
(5)
(3)

(5)

(2)

PART: III CHEMISTRY


49.
56.
63.
70.

(C)
(CD)
(3)
(9)

50.
57.
64.
71.

(BD)
(ABD)
(9)
(6)

51.
58.
65.
72.

(ACD) 52.
(ACD) 59.
(9)
66.
(3)

(AB)
(3)
(5)

53.
60.
67.

(ACD) 54.
(5)
61.
(6)
68.

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