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ALL INDIA INTEGRATED TEST SERIES JEE(Advanced)-2016 ANSWERS, HINTS & SOLUTIONS HALF COURCE TEST –VI (Paper-2)

ALL INDIA INTEGRATED TEST SERIES

JEE(Advanced)-2016

ANSWERS, HINTS & SOLUTIONS HALF COURCE TEST –VI

(Paper-2)

Q. No.

 

PHYSICS

 

CHEMISTRY

 

MATHEMATICS

1.

A

A

C

2.

A

B

A

3.

D

C

B

4.

A

A

D

5.

A, C

A, C, D

A, B

6.

A, C

B, D

B, D

7.

A, B, C, D

A, C, D

A, D

8.

A, D

A, B, D

B, C

9.

C

A

A

10.

A

B

B

11.

B

C

A

 

(A)

(p, q, r, s)

(A)

(r, t)

(A)

(s)

(B)

(p, q, r, s, t)

(B)

(p, q, r, s, t)

(B)

(r)

1.

(C)

(q, r)

(C)

(p, s, t)

(C)

(p)

(D)

(q, r, s, t)

(D)

(p, q, s, t)

(D)

(q)

 

(A)

(q, r, t)

(A)

(q, t)

(A)

(r)

(B)

(q, r, t)

(B)

(s, t)

(B)

(q)

2.

(C)

(p, s)

(C)

(p, t)

(C)

(r)

(D)

(q, t)

(D)

(p, t)

(D)

(s)

1.

2

4

2

2.

9

4

6

3.

6

4

8

4.

3

9

3

5.

2

4

5

6.

5

4

9

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PPhhyyssiiccss

PART – I

1.

3.

4.

5.

6.

tan 

2

v

Rg

and h

d

tan

SECTION – A

Static friction depends on tendency.

v

v

v

A

B

B

 L g 4  3L g 4  3v A
L g
4
3L g
4
3v
A

Gravitational field inside the cavity is

4

E

3



Gr

where is mass density and r

Applying law of Conservation of energy :

is separation between centre of sphere and centre of cavity.

1 GMm GMm 2 mV    0 2 esc R 45R 88GM Solving
1
GMm
GMm
2
mV
0
2 esc
R
45R
88GM
Solving
.
V esc
45R
1
 
 T 1 > T 2 > T 3
as
 1 <  2 <  3
T

(Wien's law)

Now as the area under the curve E and gives the intensity; so

7.

 

Ae 3 T 3 4

> Ae 2 T 2 4

Now as

T 3 < T 2

e 3 > e 2 .

{Areas of the bodies are same, given}

P = V 3 , for ideal gas PV = nRT

(A)

relation between V and T

(B)

V × (3V 3 ) = nRT

V 4 =

 

nR

 

T

V 4 T

3

Relation between P and T

PV = nRT

P

P

3

1/ 3

= nRT

P 4/3 T (C) For expansion

V increases

work-done : positive internal energy : increases Hence, heat will have to supplied to the gas.

(D) As

T V 4

with increase in temperature, volume increases Hence work done is positive.

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1.

2.

1.

Both (A) and (D) depend on g.

SECTION – B

Adiabatic dQ = 0 Isochoric dW = 0 Isothermal dT = 0 dU = 0

(A)  (q, r, t), T v  
(A)  (q, r, t),
T
v 

(B) (q, r, t), (C) (p, s), (D) (q, t)

SECTION – C

T can be calculated by using Hooke’s Law and on stretching also changes.

2.

3.

4.

f 1 =

340

340

34

f

10

f

9

and

f 2 =

340

340

17

and

f

1

2

f

=

10

9

20

19

19

18

f

20

f

19

For 1 st reading of oscillator

f A = (514 ± 2)Hz

f A

For 2 nd reading of oscillator

= 516 Hz

or 512 Hz

f A = (510 ± 6) Hz

f A

A has a frequency of 516 Hz

= 516 Hz

or 504 Hz

y

x

3

30

x

2

10

dy

dx 10

x

d y

x

2

x

2

5

1

dx

2

5

5

and at x

2;

dy

dx

andatx

2;

2

d y

dx

2

0

 ve

N Mg
N
Mg

Approximate graph

2 d y 2 dx
2
d
y
2
dx

Hence the particle is at it’s lowest (minimum) position, in it’s path at x = 2 m

2

d y

2

2x

dx

2

dx

 

dt

dt

 
 

20m / s

2

2

 

2

d y

 
 

m

N

 

dt

2

N

V

1

dt

2

d y

dt

2

  

N

at x

mg

P

f.v

 

100

1 10

30

10

20

30N

3 watt

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5.

6.

Tension in rod at a distance x from right edge is

T = F(3 – 2 x )

L

net extension in rod =

L

0

T

YA

dx

=

2F L

YA

L  net extension in rod = L  0 T YA dx = 2 F

The plate is free to rotate about vertical axis yy’. Let v, v cm and be the velocity of particle, velocity of centre of mass of plate and angular velocity of plate just after collision.

From conservation of angular momentum about vertical axis passing though O is

mu

a

2

= mv

a

ma

2

+

2

3

(1)

since the collision is elastic, the equation of coefficient of restitution is

e

v

cm

v

=

= 1

(2)

u

But

v cm =

a

2

(3)

solving equation (1), (2) and (3) we get = 12 u a

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equation (1), (2) and (3) we get  = 1 2 u a 7 FIITJEE Ltd.,
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PART – II

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

SECTION – A

O 2 has one unpaired electron. It is paramagnetic.

In,

Hence (B) is correct.

2

SO , S has 3 bond pairs and one lone pair and hence, it is pyramidal in shape not tetrahedral.

3

(A). Three possible spin quantum number means an orbital can have at the most three electrons. So 4 th period involves, 3s,3d and 4p subshells. So, maximum of electrons (and hence elements) = 4s 3 3d 15 4p 9 = 3 + 15 + 9 = 27

(B). All elements of VIII group (i.e. 8, 9, 10 groups) are called typical transition metals. Pt also belongs to 10 th group. So it is a typical transition metal.

(C).

So number of f – electrons = 7 (D). Due to ineffective shielding by 3d – electrons in Ga, size of Ga is smaller (almost equal) to that of Al. Hence (C) is correct.

E.C. of Gd (64) = [Xe]4f 7 5d 1 6s 2

D  d 40  d    0.5   n  1
D
 d
40
 d
 
0.5 
n
1 d
1.5
 1 d
 1.25d = 40  d = 32
O
O

0.5

0.5

d

 

40

d

can not exhibit keto enol tautomerism.

Be C 4H O  2Be OH

2

2

Al C H O  4Al OH

4

3

2

3

2

CH

4

3CH

4

At larger molar volume, a real gas may behave ideally only to a limit but not always. Hence (B) is incorrect and others (A, C and D) are correct statements.

SiO 2 reacts with HF to form H 2 SiF 6 is SiO 6HF  H SiF 2H O

2

2

6

2

Hence A, B, D is correct.

Both P & T represents (2R, 3R) – 2, 3 – dibromobutane. Hence (A) is correct.

(I) Identical & rest of II, III & IV are enantiomers. Hence (B) is correct.

Both Q & S are meso – 2, 3 - dibromobutane. While (R) is (2S, 3S) - 2, 3 – dibromobutane & hence optically active i.e. lacks in the plane of symmetry. Hence (C) is correct.

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1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

A

C

F

= 14 CO 2 = CO 2 = H 2

SECTION – C

Weight of Fe in 1 mole of haemoglobin =

224 number of Fe   4 56 3RT 2RT x y  M M
224
number of Fe
4
56
3RT
2RT
x
y
M
M
x
y
3
400
2
60
, M
4
y
40
M
y
3
 4s
K sp
16
5
10
 6
S
 3
5
10
4
6
OH
  
2s
2
5
10
 
 2P
P NH
H S
3
2
P  1bar, P
 2 bar, P
NH
H S
3
2

K p = (2) 2 1 = 4

10

5

, pH

1bar

9

98600

0.25

100

5th exited state n 2 = 6 Visible radiation means n 2 = 2 6 2, 5 2, 4 2, 3 2

224

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MMaatthheemmaattiiccss

PART – III

1. a 1 , a 2 , a 3 … are in G.P.

SECTION – A

1 1 1 x 1   a r    a r 2
1
1
1
x
1
a r
a r
2 
x
x
3 
 k
a 1
1
2
1
1
1
1
log
k
,
log
k
and
 log
k
a
a
a
x
1
x
2
x
3
1
2
3
Clearly x 1 , x 2 , x 3 … are in H.P.
2x
y
2. Equation of tangent will be
1
hence x-intercept is a 3
3a
3b
2
1
a
3
2
b 3  3a  b
4  e 2 = 17.
2
2
a

3. For each of the three equations to have equal roots

4a 2 = 4b, 4b 2 = 4c and 4c

2

= 4a

a 2 b 2 c 2 = abc abc = 1

hence a, b, c can’t be integers.

2 = abc  abc = 1 hence a, b, c can’t be integers. and y

and y intercept is b 3

4. We know that in ABC, sin 2A + sin 2B + sin 2C = 4 sinA sinB sinC

sinA sinB sinC = 1 – cosA cosB

sinC

1

cosA cosB

1

sinA sinB

cosA B1 i.e., A

= B

Hence C = 2

, A = B =

5. Slope of PV =

2t

0

2

t

2

0

t

equation of QV is y =

.

4

t x

2

solving it with y 2 = 4x,

Q

Now, as (PVQ)

PV 2 VQ 2 = 40 2

1

2

PV

16  

VQ

t

2

,

8

 

t

20

(given)

6. If n = m then equation becomes satisfy it.

z

n

z

m

and it has infinite solution because any z real will

If n m, let n > m, then

|z| = 0 or |z| = 1, |z| = 0 z = 0 + 0i |z| = 1 z = e i e (m + n)I = 1

z

n

z

m

|z| n = |z| m

|z| m (|z| n m – 1) = 0

1

number of solution is m + n + 1.

z

1

m

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7. Let

R

3

3  5 5

9

R

f

and

3

R   3 3  5  9   R   f and

3 5

9

f , then [R] + f – f= an even integer,

which implies f – f= 0, Hence [R] is an even number

[R]

3

– f  = 0, Hence [R] is an even number [R]   3 3

3 5

9

3

is an even number [R]   3 3  5  9   3

3 5

9

= a multiple of 5

Hence [R] is divisible by 10.

8. If n lines divide a plane is L(n) planes, then L(n) = L(n – 1) + n Hence L(10) = 2 + 2 + 3 + … + 10 = 56.

9. For roots of opposite sign a(a – 3) < 0, hence 0 <a < 3

10. Discriminate = (2a – 1) 2 – 4a(a – 3) = 8a + 1

n

2

n

2

for

Hence roots must be rational numbers.

a

D = (2n + 1) 2

11. As per data of previous questions the roots will be

n

2

3n

n

2

 

n

2

n

2

n

,

n

2

n

Hence both the roots lie in [–1, 2].

SECTION – B

1. Equation of any curve through the points in which given lines meet coordinate axes will be (a 1 x – y + b) (a 2 x – y + b) + xy = 0. If these points are concyclic then a 1 a 2 = 1.

Any point on

The chord of contact of the tangents drawn to x 2 + y 2 = 4 from this point will be a 1 x cos +

a 1 y sin = 4. If this touches the circle x 2 + y 2 =

If the two circles cut orthogonally, then

–a 1 a 1 – a 2 a 2 = 2(–1 –1)

Centre of the given circle is (2, –3) and radius is 5. Now distance between (8, 5) and the centre is 10. Hence a 1 = 5 and a 2 = 15.

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

x

2

y

2

a

2

1 will be (a 1 cos , b 1 sin ).

a

2

1

a

2

2

4 .

a

2

2

, then a 1 a 2 = 4.

2. cos 7 x + sin 4 x = 1 cos 7 x = (1
2. cos 7 x + sin 4 x = 1
cos 7 x = (1 + sin 2 x) cos 2 x
cosx = 0 or cos 5 x = 1 + sin 2 x
 
(A)
cosx = 0  x
,
, cos 5 x = 1 + sin 2 x
2
2
 x = 0.

x
,0,
.
2
2
(B)
3 cosec20º  sec 20º
3 1
3 cos20º
 sin20º
sin20º
cos20º
sin20ºcos20º
1
2
cos20º
sin20º
2
2
4cos50º
 4
sin20ºcos20º
sin40º

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(C) 4 cos 36º – 4 cos 72º + 4 cos 18º cos 36º

55

55

1

 

4

 

1

 

4

 

55

1   

4

55

1

4

 

4

4

4

= 3

(D) cosec x = 1 + cot x

1

sin x

cos x

cosx + sinx = 1 and sinx 0

sin x

 

sin x

cos


x

 1  4   2

1
4
 
2
 

3

  

 

x

2

   

or x

,

x

,

.

 

4

4

4

4

2

2

1.

SECTION – C

Let these lines be given by y = mx for m = m 1 , m 2 & m 3 Then substituting y = mx in the given equation gives

m 3 – cm 2 – bm + 1 = 0

Now m 1 + m 2 + m 3 = b, m 1 m 2 + m 2 m 3 + m 3 m 1 = – c m 1 m 2 m 3 = – 1 & m 1 m 2 = – 1 Hence b + c = 2

2.

3.

C 0 C 1 + C 1 C 2 + … + C n1 C n = 2n C n1

2n!

n

1



!

n

1

!

S

n

1

2n

2 !

n! n

2 !

S

n

1

4n

2

6n

2

15

S

n

n

2

2n

 

4

n = 2 or 4.

P(2, 4) = (2t 2 , 4t) t = 1

t

   

t

2

t

t= – 3 R is (18, – 12)

Also tt= 2 gives t= 2 hence Q(8, 8) Perpendicular bisector of PR : x – y = 14 and of PQ : 3x + 2y = 27 solving together gives h = 11, k = – 3

h + k = 8

4.

N = 34x5y

number is divisible by 4 if 5y is divisible by 4 i.e. y = 2, 6

if

y = 2 then 3 + 4 + x + 5 + 2 must be divisible by 9 x = 4

if

y = 6 then 3 + 4 + x + 5 + 6 must be divisible by 9 x = 0, 9.

5.

6.

Note that the two given lines are mutually perpendicular, hence their point of intersection i.e. (1, 1) will lie on director circle of the ellipse.

If centre of the ellipse is (h, k) the equation of direction circle will be (x – h) 2 + (y – k) 2 = 25 as (1, 1) lies on this circle hence locus of center will be (h – 1) 2 + (k – 1) 2 = 25

radius of circle is 25.

We have

a =

a

2

h

A

, b

2

h

B

, c

, b = , c = 2

3

2

h

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 1 1 1  a + b + c = 2   
1
1
1
 a + b + c =
2 
h
h
h
A
B
C
1
1
1
8
2s
 
2
 
2
   
2
2
3
 
 
6
 
4
s 
3
Now
 2 s
s  a

s  b

s  c
4
 
 
2  
2
 
3
  
3
 
3
 
3
 
8
 1 
2  8 2 = 81
81
2 2 9.