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Test - 7 (Code-A) (Answers) All India Aakash Test Series for JEE (Main)-2018

All India Aakash Test Series for JEE (Main)-2018


TEST - 7 (Code-A)
Test Date : 31/12/2017

ANSWERS

PHYSICS CHEMISTRY MATHEMATICS


1. (3) 31. (3) 61. (3)
2. (2) 32. (4) 62. (4)
3. (3) 33. (2) 63. (1)
4. (2) 34. (3) 64. (2)
5. (1) 35. (3) 65. (3)
6. (2) 36. (1) 66. (3)
7. (3) 37. (1) 67. (2)
8. (3) 38. (4) 68. (4)
9. (1) 39. (3) 69. (3)
10. (2) 40. (2) 70. (4)
11. (1) 41. (1) 71. (1)
12. (1) 42. (2) 72. (2)
13. (4) 43. (1) 73. (4)
14. (3) 44. (2) 74. (3)
15. (4) 45. (1) 75. (2)
16. (3) 46. (4) 76. (3)
17. (2) 47. (2) 77. (3)
18. (3) 48. (2) 78. (1)
19. (1) 49. (3) 79. (1)
20. (2) 50. (2) 80. (3)
21. (4) 51. (3) 81. (1)
22. (2) 52. (1) 82. (4)
23. (4) 53. (3) 83. (2)
24. (4) 54. (1) 84. (3)
25. (2) 55. (2) 85. (4)
26. (1) 56. (3) 86. (3)
27. (1) 57. (1) 87. (1)
28. (2) 58. (2) 88. (1)
29. (1) 59. (2) 89. (4)
30. (3) 60. (2) 90. (2)

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PART - A (PHYSICS)

1. Let at point P, field is zero, GMm ⎡ 1 1 ⎤


r1 P r2 Fnet = 2 ⎢1  4  ⎥
a ⎣ 3⎦
m1 m2
GMm ⎡ 5 3  4⎤
= ⎢ ⎥
Gm1 Gm2 a2 ⎣ 4 3 ⎦
 
r12 r22 mv 2 GMm ⎡ 5 3  4 ⎤
 = ⎢ ⎥
r1 m1 a a2 ⎣ 4 3 ⎦
 
r2 m2
GM ⎛ 5 3  4 ⎞
and r1 + r2 = r  v= ⎜ ⎟
a ⎝ 4 3 ⎠
r m1 r m2
 r1 = , r2 =
m1  m2 m1  m2 2a 4 3a3
T= = 2
Gm1 Gm2 v GM (5 3  4)
VP = – –
r1 r2 5. For no work done, line of motion of particle should
2. The path of the satellite will be elliptical and the centre 
be perpendicular to the direction of E .
of the earth will be at focus of ellipse.
v ⎛ 2⎞
i.e., slope of line must be ⎜ – ⎟ .
⎝ 3⎠
6R
dA r 2 1
7. va = = = rv 0
dt ⎛ 2r ⎞ 2
R ⎜ v ⎟
⎝ 0 ⎠
So, rmax = 6R + R = 7R, rmin = R
GM
GM r here v0 is orbital velocity i.e.,
 min r
vmin =
⎛ rmax  rmin ⎞ rmax
⎜ ⎟ 1 GM
⎝ 2 ⎠  va = r
2 r
GM R GM
=  =
4R 7R 28R  4v a2 = GMr
3. Let the distance be h,  GM(R + h) = 4v a2
GM GM
So, = (R – h) 4v a2
(R  h )2
R3  h= –R
GM
 R3 = (R – h) (R + h)2  h2 + hR – R2 = 0
Solving the quadratic and ignoring negative value we GM
Using g =
R2
⎛ 5 – 1⎞
get h = ⎜ ⎟R 4v a2
⎝ 2 ⎠ h= –R
4. Net force acting on any mass will cause the net gR 2
centripetal acceleration.
GM
8. Orbital velocity =
r
GM
v=
R
GM 2 GM 2
v = = = v
⎛ R⎞ 3 R 3
⎜ R  ⎟
a ⎝ 2⎠

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9. dp dm  dm
F = = | v | = 2v
dt dt dt
dV dV
= 2v  , Q
dt dt
= 2v Q
16. d d
T cos T cos
2 2
m
Force acting on base
F1 = (R2) gH (upward) T T
R
Fb : Net buoyant force acting on the body
1 2 d
= vg = R H g (upward) m
3 =
F2 : Net force acting on slant face 2R
= F1 – Fb d
2T sin = (Rd)2R
2 2
2
= R H g  T d = R22d
3  T = R22
F2
T  2 2
Required ratio = F = 2 : 3.
1
= R 
A A
10. Net force acting on any fluid particle at surface must
  = 2R2
act in such a way that it acts perpendicular to the
surface.  1 
 = =
12. Condition of floatation R 2 R 
4 4 17.
(R3 – r3) (w)g = R3wg
3 3 A B
d
3 3
R –r 1
 3 =
R 
1
PA = P0 (atmospheric pressure)
R ⎛  ⎞3
 = ⎜ ⎟ ⎡1 1 ⎤
r ⎝  – 1⎠ P = T ⎢  ⎥
⎣ R1 R2 ⎦
13. Fb d
Here, R1 = , R2 
2
2T
 P =
d
T cos30° T cos30° Force required = P × area
30° 2T 2AT
= A =
T T d d
Mg
FL FL FL FL
Buoyant force acting on the sphere: 19. L = = = =
YA Y A1A2 2 2
Y r1 r2 Y r1r2
4
Fb = R 3 w g
3 21. Let C be a point on same horizontal level as A
For equilibrium of sphere : So, PC – PA = la ...(i)
Fb – Mg – 2T sin30° = 0 Since C and B are in same line
4 So, PB – PC = hg ...(ii)
 T= R 3 w g – Mg  PB – PA = la + hg
3
15. Angle between initial and final velocity vector = 90° 22. After coalesce, the surface area decreases, so
surface energy decreases. Thus temperature will

v = v 2  v 2 = 2 v increase.

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Maximum stress will be at P.


4T 4T
23. P1 – 0 =  P1 = (dAl )g
3 3 So, =s
A
4T 4T
P2 – 0 =  P2 =  l=
s
4 4 dg
4T
Similarly P3 = – P
r 25. K = V
Conserving moles of air
V
PV PV PV
1 1
 2 2 = 3 3 V – P
RT RT RT  = ...(i)
V K
⎛ 4T ⎞ ⎛ 4 3⎞ ⎛ 4T ⎞ ⎛ 4 3⎞ 4T 4 3
 ⎜ ⎟ ⎜ (3) ⎟  ⎜ ⎟ ⎜ (4) ⎟ = r 4 3
⎝ 3 ⎠⎝3 ⎠ ⎝ 4 ⎠⎝3 ⎠ r 3 V = r
 32 + 42 = r2 3
 r = 5 cm V 3r
 = ...(ii)
V r
24. P By (i) and (ii)
3r P r P
=  =
r K r 3K
mg r mg
Since P =  =
A r 3KA
26. Gravitational force is a central force
30. Av = Constant
v 2 = u2 + 2gh

PART - B (CHEMISTRY)

31. m eq. of H2O2 in 25 ml = m eq. of I2 = m eq. of


0.2  10
Na2S2O3 log 2 = log
0.4  V
NH2O2 × 25 = 0.3 × 20
NH2O2 = 0.24 5
2= , V = 2.5 ml
Volume strength = 5.6 × 0.24 = 1.344 V
32. 
P2(g)  Q2(g)   2PQ(g) HCl (aq)
Moles 2–x 4–x 2x AlCl3 + H2
at eq.
(P)
38. Al
4x 2 NaOH (aq)
Kc = (Metal) Na[Al(OH)4] + H2
(2 – x) (4 – x) + H2O (Q)
x = 1.33
39. 2ClO2 + 5H2O2 + 2OH–  2Cl– + 5O2 + 6H2O
2  1.33
[PQ] = = 0.66 M 2 mol ClO2 oxidise 5 mol H2O2
4
33. Heavier the isotope more will be bond strength 1 mol ClO2 oxidise 2.5 mol H2O2
41. Dissociation constant
H2 D2 T2
Bond dissociation 435.90 443.40 446.90 H2O 1.8 × 10–16
energy (kJ/mol)
34. Higher the charge in aq. medium higher will be H2S 1.3 × 10–7
hydrated size. H2Se 1.3 × 10–4
36. Ca3P2 + H2O  Ca(OH)2  PH3 H2Te 2.3 × 10–3
P Q O
– 
 2– 
 HPO4  H
37. H2PO4  O
42. (A) S x1
0.2  10 O S
7.4 = 7.1 + log
0.4  V O

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NO 2 
 N2 O 4
O P Q
O
O
(B) S x2 O
O S N N
O   O
O
Oxidation number = +4
O
Hybridisation = sp2.
O
S x3 51. Na2S2O3 + Cl2 + H2O  Na2SO4 + HCl + S
(C) O S
Na2S2O3 + l2  Na2S4O6 + NaI
O
O 52. Solubility of Alkaline earth metal carbonates in water
x1 > x2 > x3. decreases on moving down the group.

f   K 54. Reactions are as:
43. NH3  H2O   NH4  OH ; K backward  3.4  10
– 10
K b 140° – 150° C
3NH4Cl + 3BCl3
NH4 

 H2 O  
 NH4 OH  H ; K h  5.6  10
–10
Cl
Kf Kw |
KBase = = B
Kb Kh
H–N N–H
K forward 10 –14 H4
 N aB Cl–B B–Cl
3.4  1010 5.6  10 –10 N
Kf = 6.07 × 105 BH |
44. Structure of H4P2O7 NH NH H CH3MgBr
O (A)
BH BH CH3
4 P–OH bonds NH |
P P 2 P=O bonds B
HO O OH 1 P–O–P bond H–N N–H
OH OH
45. Ca(NH) + 2H2O  Ca(OH)2 + NH3 H3C–B B–CH3
(A ) N
NH3 + CaOCl2  N2 + CaCl2 + H2O |
(B)
H
N2 + Mg  Mg3N2
(C)
H2 O
Mg3N2   Mg(OH)2 + NH3
(A) (+5) (+5)
46. Ostwald’s process S (S)n S
55. O– O

4NH3 + 5O2  4NO + 6H2O


O O
 –
47. I2Cl6  [ICl2 ] + [ICl4 ]
A B– 5
1 Bond order of S—O bond is
48. H2SO4 + PbO2  PbSO4 + O2 + H2O 3
2 average oxidation state of S atom is
(PbO2 is not peroxy compound)
H2SO4 + BaO2  BaSO4 + H2O2 10 5
=
OH O 2n 3
C2H5 O2 C2H5  2 + n = 6  n = 4.
Air + H2O2
H2/Pd
OH O 60° x = 12
49. BrO3– + 5Br – + 6H+  3Br2 + 3H2O 56. y=4
m mol of BrO3– = 10, m mol of Br – = 37.5 z=6
Br – is limiting reagent.
50. Pb(NO3 )2  PbO  NO2 (g) + O2 x. y 12  4
 The value of  =8
P z 6

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H2O 59. Upon vapourisation of saturated solution, all water will
NaOH + H2O2 be escaped and only dissolved PbCl2 will be left.
0°C
(P) (Q)
58. Na2O2 2.78 / 278
H2O So, solubility = = 10–2 mol/L
NaOH + O2 + H2O 1
high For, PbCl2 = Ksp = 4s3
(P)
temperature (R) (S)
Y × 10–6 = 4 (10–2)3
Bond order of [O—O] in H2O2 = 1 Y=4
Bond order of [O—O] in O2 = 2
pK a1  pK a2
Sum of bond order O—O atoms in Q and R 60. pH =
compounds = 1 + 2 = 3 2

PART - C (MATHEMATICS)
61. 2sin cos sin = sin sin( + ) 66. E = (1 + tanx + tan2x) (1 – cotx + cot2x)
2sin cos sin = sin sin cos + cos sin sin E = (sec2x + tanx) (cosec2x – cotx)
Dividing both sides by sin·sin·sin, we get E = sec2x cosec2x – sec2x cotx + tanx cosec2x – 1
2cot = cot + cot
1 4
1 1 1 E= –1 = –1
 , , are in A.P. 2
sin x cos x 2
sin2 2x
tan  tan  tan 
62. tan– cot= a ...(i)  Minimum value = 4 – 1 = 3
sin + cos = b, 67. sin4x + cos4x + sin2x + a = 0
b2 – 1 sin2 2 x
Squaring sincos= 1–  sin2x  a = 0
2 2
sin2= b2 – 1 ...(ii) 2a = sin22x – 2sin2x – 2
From (i) 2a + 3 = (sin2x – 1)2
–cos2= a sincos 2a + 3 [0, 4]
a(1 – b2 ) ⎡ 3 1⎤
cos2= ...(iii) a  ⎢– , ⎥
2 ⎣ 2 2⎦
From (ii) and (iii), 68. Given equation [sinx] = – cosx
sin22+ cos22= 1
Real solution exists if –cosx is integer
(b2 – 1)2 (a2 + 4) = 4
 3
63. Let x  b  c – a, y  c  a – b, x = 0, , , , 2
2 2
z a b– c when x = 0, RHS = –1, LHS = 0
y z
,  b  c   b  c  2 bc  a
2
 a  3
2 ,
x= RHS = 0, LHS = 1
2 2
 b  c – a 0 x= RHS = –1, LHS = 0
 x > 0, y > 0, z > 0  No solution.
y  z 1⎛ y z z x x y ⎞ 69. 2cosA = sinB cosecC
 ∑  ⎜      ⎟3
2x 2⎝ x x y y z z ⎠ b
64. A + B + C =  2cosA =
c
tan B  tan C
tanA = –tan (B + C), tanA = ⎛ b2  c 2 – a2 ⎞ b
tan B tan C – 1 2⎜ ⎟
⎝ 2bc ⎠ c
A is obtuse tanB tanC – 1 < 0, tanB tanC < 1.
b2 + c2 – a2 = b2
3 – tan2 x c2 = a2
65. y = tan3x.cotx =
1 – 3 tan2 x c=a
 (3y – 1) tan2x + 0 tanx + (3 – y) = 0 70. sin3 = 3sin – 4sin3
∵ tanx be a real number Put  = 5° and squaring both sides
 0 – 4.(3 – y) (3y – 1) 0
2
⎛ 1⎤ ⎛ 3 – 1⎞
 y  ⎜ – , ⎥  [3, ) 16sin6 – 24sin4 + 9 sin2 = ⎜ ⎟
⎝ 3 ⎦ ⎝ 2 2 ⎠

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3  1– 2 3 78. A
32sin65° – 48sin45° + 18sin25° =
4
3 90°
= 1– c b
2
3
 32sin65° – 48sin45° + 18sin25° + =1
2 B C
71. a = 5k, b = 6k, c = 5k, r = 6 a O a
 (s – a )(s – b )(s – c ) 2 2
r= 
s s In CAD
3 2b a2  b2 – c 2
6= k cosC = 
2 a 2ab
k = 4 a2 = b2 – c2 = 4b2
72. r1, r2 and r3 are in A.P. a2 – c2 = 3b2
A B C 79. A
s tan , s tan , s tan are in A.P.
2 2 2
A B C 60°
tan , tan , tan are in A.P.
2 2 2
P
A B C =1 1
cot , cot , cot are in H.P. R
2 2 2 120°
B a C
cos A cos B cos C
73.  
sin B sin C sin C sin A sin A sin B
cos(  – (B  C )) cos(  – ( A  C )) a
=  = 2R1
sin B sin C sin C sin A sin120
cos(  – ( A  B )) a
  = 2R
sin A sin B sin 60
= –[cotB cotC + cotA cotC + cotA cotB – 3] a= 3
= –[1 – 3] = 2
2 3
1
74. cosec10° + cosec50° – cosec70°  R1 =  =1
3 2
1 1 1
= –  80. cos23x = cos2x
sin10 sin70 sin50 3x = n ± x, n  I
sin70 – sin10 1 n
= sin10 . sin70  sin50  x , n I
4
2cos 40sin30.sin50  sin10.sin70 tan   tan 2
= 81. tan(+ 2) = 1 – tan  tan 2
sin10 . sin70.sin50
cos2 40  sin10.sin70 1
2
= 1 2 tan  3
sin30 3
4 tan2 =
1 – tan2 
= 1 =
1– 4
= 4(2cos240° + 2 sin10°.sin70°) 9
= 4(1 + cos80° + cos60° – cos80°) = 6 tan( + 2) = 1
77. a = 2b and A – B = 60° Now according to given conditions
A–B a–b C 0 <  + 2 < 
tan  cot  tan(+ 2) = 1
2 ab 2 
1 C  + 2=
cot 4
tan30° =
3 2 82. y = sin2x + cos2x + 2(sinx cosecx + cosx secx)
C 1 + sec2x + cosec2x
tan  , C = 60° = 1 + 4 + sec x + cosec x = 7 + tan2x + cot2x
2 2
2 3
 A = 90°, B = 30°, C = 60°  ymin = 9

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2r  ⎧ ⎡ ⎤
n – 11 – cos
⎪⎪ 1, if x  ⎣⎢0, 4 ⎦⎥
n –1
r n
83. ∑ sin n =
2
∑ 2  sin2x = ⎨
r 1 r 1
⎪2, if x  ⎡  ,  ⎤
⎛  ⎞ ⎪⎩ ⎢⎣ 4 2 ⎥⎦
sin(n – 1)
1⎜ n ⎛ 2 2 ⎞ ⎟  No value of x satisfy the equation.
= ⎜ n – 1– cos ⎜  (n – 2) ⎟ ⎟
2⎜  ⎝ n 2n ⎠ ⎟
⎜ sin ⎟ cos A cos B cos C
⎝ n ⎠ 87.  
a b c
⎛  ⎞
sin a2  b2  c 2 (a  b  c )2 – 2(ab  bc  ca )
1⎜ n ⎟
 –1 ⎟ = n  
= ⎜ n – 1– 2abc 2abc
2⎜  ⎟⎟ 2
⎜ sin
⎝ n ⎠ 132 – 2  54 61
2  
1  sin 2 x ⎛ 1  cot x ⎞ 2  72 144
84. = ⎜ ⎟
1– sin 2 x ⎝ 1– cot x ⎠ 1 – cos A cos B
88. sinC = 1
2⎛ ⎞ 2 ⎛ 3 ⎞ sin A sin B
= tan ⎜  x ⎟ = cot ⎜  x⎟
1 – cosA cosB – sinA sinB 0
⎝4 ⎠ ⎝ 4 ⎠
3 cos(A – B) 1 A = B
a=
4 1 – cos2 A
85. 5x + 2 < 3x + 8  sinC = = 1, C = 90°
sin2 A
2x < 6, x < 3
 A = B = 45°
x2
– 4  0, sin A sin B sin C
x –1  : :
a b c
x  2 – 4x  4
0 1 1 1
x –1  : :
2a 2b c
–3 x  6 x–2
<0 0  a : b : c = 1: 1: 2
x –1 x –1
p q ~q p  ~q ~(p  –q) pq
– + – 89.
T T F F T T
1 2 3 T F T T F F
⎡ ⎛  ⎞⎤ F T F T F F
86. [1 + sin2x] = ⎢ 2cos2 ⎜ x – ⎟ ⎥
⎣ ⎝ 4 ⎠⎦ F F T F T T
⎡ 2⎛  ⎞⎤ 2
 sin2x = ⎢ 2cos ⎜ x – ⎟ ⎥  [2 sin x ] 90. Standard definition.
⎣ ⎝ 4 ⎠⎦

  

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All India Aakash Test Series for JEE (Main)-2018


TEST - 7 (Code-B)
Test Date : 31/12/2017

ANSWERS

PHYSICS CHEMISTRY MATHEMATICS


1. (3) 31. (2) 61. (2)
2. (1) 32. (2) 62. (4)
3. (2) 33. (2) 63. (1)
4. (1) 34. (1) 64. (1)
5. (1) 35. (3) 65. (3)
6. (2) 36. (2) 66. (4)
7. (4) 37. (1) 67. (3)
8. (4) 38. (3) 68. (2)
9. (2) 39. (1) 69. (4)
10. (4) 40. (3) 70. (1)
11. (2) 41. (2) 71. (3)
12. (1) 42. (3) 72. (1)
13. (3) 43. (2) 73. (1)
14. (2) 44. (2) 74. (3)
15. (3) 45. (4) 75. (3)
16. (4) 46. (1) 76. (2)
17. (3) 47. (2) 77. (3)
18. (4) 48. (1) 78. (4)
19. (1) 49. (2) 79. (2)
20. (1) 50. (1) 80. (1)
21. (2) 51. (2) 81. (4)
22. (1) 52. (3) 82. (3)
23. (3) 53. (4) 83. (4)
24. (3) 54. (1) 84. (2)
25. (2) 55. (1) 85. (3)
26. (1) 56. (3) 86. (3)
27. (2) 57. (3) 87. (2)
28. (3) 58. (2) 88. (1)
29. (2) 59. (4) 89. (4)
30. (3) 60. (3) 90. (3)

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PART - A (PHYSICS)

1. Av = Constant 10. Let C be a point on same horizontal level as A


v 2 = u2 + 2gh So, PC – PA = la ...(i)
5. Gravitational force is a central force Since C and B are in same line
– P So, PB – PC = hg ...(ii)
6. K = V  PB – PA = la + hg
V FL FL FL FL
12. L = = = =
V – P YA Y A1A2 Y r12 r22 Y r1r2
 = ...(i)
V K
14.
4 3
V = r A B
3 d
V 3r
 = ...(ii)
V r
By (i) and (ii) PA = P0 (atmospheric pressure)
3r P r P ⎡ 1 1 ⎤
=  = P = T ⎢  ⎥
r K r 3K R
⎣ 1 R 2⎦
mg r mg d
Since P =  = Here, R1 = , R2 
A r 3KA 2
7. P 2T
 P =
d
2T 2AT
Force required = P × area = A =
d d
15. d d
T cos T cos
2 2
m

T T
Maximum stress will be at P. R
(dAl )g
So, =s d
A
m
s =
 l= 2R
dg d
2T sin = (Rd)2R
4T 4T 2
8. P1 – 0 =  P1 =  T d = R22d
3 3
 T = R22
4T 4T
P2 – 0 =  P2 = T  2 2
4 4 = R 
A A
4T
Similarly P3 =   = 2R2
r
Conserving moles of air  1 
 = =
PV PV PV R R2 
1 1
 2 2 = 3 3
RT RT RT 16. Angle between initial and final velocity vector = 90°
⎛ 4T ⎞ ⎛ 4 3⎞ ⎛ 4T ⎞ ⎛ 4 3⎞ 4T 4 3 
 ⎜ ⎟ ⎜ (3) ⎟  ⎜ ⎟ ⎜ (4) ⎟ = r v = v 2  v 2 = 2 v
⎝ 3 ⎠⎝3 ⎠ ⎝ 4 ⎠⎝3 ⎠ r 3 
dp dm  dm
 32 + 42 = r2 F = = | v | = 2v
 r = 5 cm dt dt dt
9. After coalesce, the surface area decreases, so dV dV
= 2v  , Q
surface energy decreases. Thus temperature will dt dt
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18. Fb GM
23. Orbital velocity =
r
GM
v=
R
T cos30° T cos30° GM 2 GM 2
30° v = = = v
⎛ R⎞ 3 R 3
T T ⎜ R  ⎟
Mg ⎝ 2⎠

Buoyant force acting on the sphere: dA r 2 1


24. va = = = rv 0
4 dt ⎛ 2r ⎞ 2
Fb = R 3 w g ⎜ v ⎟
3 ⎝ 0 ⎠
For equilibrium of sphere : GM
Fb – Mg – 2T sin30° = 0 here v0 is orbital velocity i.e.,
r
4 1 GM
 T= R 3 w g – Mg
3  va = r  4v a2 = GMr
2 r
19. Condition of floatation
4v a2
4 4  GM(R + h) = 4v a2  h = –R
(R3 – r3) (w)g = R3wg GM
3 3
GM
Using g =
R3 – r 3 1 R2
 3 =
R  4v a2
h= –R 2
1 gR
R ⎛  ⎞3
 = ⎜ ⎟ 26. For no work done, line of motion of particle should
r ⎝  – 1⎠ 
21. Net force acting on any fluid particle at surface must be perpendicular to the direction of E .
act in such a way that it acts perpendicular to the ⎛ 2⎞
i.e., slope of line must be ⎜ – ⎟ .
surface. ⎝ 3⎠
22. 27. Net force acting on any mass will cause the net
centripetal acceleration.

Force acting on base a


F1 = (R2) gH (upward) GMm ⎡ 1 1 ⎤ GMm ⎡ 5 3  4 ⎤
Fnet = 2 ⎢1  4  ⎥= ⎢ ⎥
Fb : Net buoyant force acting on the body a ⎣ 3⎦ a2 ⎣ 4 3 ⎦
1 2
= vg = R H g (upward) mv 2 GMm ⎡ 5 3  4 ⎤
3  = ⎢ ⎥
F2 : Net force acting on slant face a a2 ⎣ 4 3 ⎦
= F1 – Fb ⎛5 3  4⎞
GM
2  v= ⎜ ⎟
2
= R H g a ⎝ 4 3 ⎠
3
F2 2a 4 3a3
Required ratio = F = 2 : 3. T= = 2
v GM (5 3  4)
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28. Let the distance be h, GM r


GM GM vmin =  min
So, = (R – h) ⎛ rmax  rmin ⎞ rmax
(R  h )2
R3 ⎜ ⎟
⎝ 2 ⎠
 R3 = (R – h) (R + h)2  h2 + hR – R2 = 0
GM R GM
Solving the quadratic and ignoring negative value we =  =
4R 7R 28R
⎛ 5 – 1⎞ 30. Let at point P, field is zero,
get h = ⎜ ⎟R r1 P r2
⎝ 2 ⎠
29. The path of the satellite will be elliptical and the centre m1 m2
of the earth will be at focus of ellipse.
v m1
Gm1 Gm2 r1
   
r12 r22 r2 m2
6R
and r1 + r2 = r
r m1 r m2
 r1 = , r2 =
R m1  m2 m1  m2
Gm1 Gm2
So, rmax = 6R + R = 7R, rmin = R VP = – –
r1 r2

PART - B (CHEMISTRY)

pK a1  pK a2
31. pH = (+5) (+5)
2 S (S)n S
36. O– O

32. Upon vapourisation of saturated solution, all water will
be escaped and only dissolved PbCl2 will be left. O O
2.78 / 278 5
So, solubility = = 10–2 mol/L Bond order of S—O bond is
1 3
For, PbCl2 = Ksp = 4s3 average oxidation state of S atom is
Y × 10–6 = 4 (10–2)3 10 5
Y=4 =
2n 3
H2O  2 + n = 6  n = 4.
NaOH + H2O2
0°C 37. Reactions are as:
(P) (Q)
33. Na2O2 140° – 150° C
H2O 3NH4Cl + 3BCl3
NaOH + O2 + H2O Cl
high
temperature (P) (R) (S) |
B
Bond order of [O—O] in H2O2 = 1 H–N N–H
Bond order of [O—O] in O2 = 2 H4
N aB Cl–B B–Cl
Sum of bond order O—O atoms in Q and R N
compounds = 1 + 2 = 3 BH |
NH NH H CH3MgBr
(A)
BH BH CH3
60° x = 12 NH |
35. y=4 B
z=6 H–N N–H
H3C–B B–CH3
N
|
x. y 12  4 H
The value of  =8
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39. Solubility of Alkaline earth metal carbonates in water O
decreases on moving down the group. O
S x1
40. Na2S2O3 + Cl2 + H2O  Na2SO4 + HCl + S 49. (A)
O S
Na2S2O3 + l2  Na2S4O6 + NaI O
41. Pb(NO3 )2  PbO  NO2 (g) + O2

P O

NO 2   N2 O 4 O
P Q (B) S x2
O S
O O
O
N N
  O
O
Oxidation number = +4 O
Hybridisation = sp2. S x3
O
42. BrO3– + 5Br – + 6H+  3Br2 + 3H2O (C) O S
m mol of BrO3– = 10, m mol of Br – = 37.5 O
O
Br – is limiting reagent.
1 x1 > x2 > x3.
43. H2SO4 + PbO2  PbSO4 + O + H2O
2 2 50. Dissociation constant
(PbO2 is not peroxy compound) H2O 1.8 × 10–16
H2SO4 + BaO2  BaSO4 + H2O2
H2S 1.3 × 10–7
OH O
C2H5 O2 C2H5 H2Se 1.3 × 10–4
Air + H2O2 H2Te 2.3 × 10–3
H2 /Pd 52. 2ClO2 + 5H2O2 + 2OH–  2Cl– + 5O2 + 6H2O
OH O
 – 2 mol ClO2 oxidise 5 mol H2O2
44. I2Cl6  [ICl2 ] + [ICl4 ]
 – 1 mol ClO2 oxidise 2.5 mol H2O2
A B
45. Ostwald’s process
4NH3 + 5O2  4NO + 6H2O HCl (aq)
AlCl3 + H2
46. Ca(NH) + 2H2O  Ca(OH)2 + NH3 (P)
(A ) 53. Al
(Metal) NaOH (aq)
NH3 + CaOCl2  N2 + CaCl2 + H2O Na[Al(OH)4] + H2
(B) + H2O (Q)
N2 + Mg  Mg3N2
– 
 2– 
(C)  HPO4  H
54. H2PO4 
H O
Mg3N2 2  Mg(OH)2 + NH3
(A) 0.2  10
7.4 = 7.1 + log
47. Structure of H4P2O7
O 0.4  V

4 P–OH bonds 0.2  10


P P 2 P=O bonds log 2 = log
0.4  V
HO OOH 1 P–O–P bond
OH OH 5
Kf
   2= , V = 2.5 ml
48. NH3  H2O   NH4  OH ; K backward  3.4  10
– 10
K
V
b

NH4 

 H2 O   –10 55. Ca3P2 + H2O  Ca(OH)2  PH3
 NH4 OH  H ; K h  5.6  10 P Q
Kf Kw 57. Higher the charge in aq. medium higher will be
KBase = =
Kb Kh hydrated size.
K forward 10 –14 58. Heavier the isotope more will be bond strength

3.4  10 5.6  10
10 –10
H2 D2 T2
Bond dissociation
Kf = 6.07 × 105 energy (kJ/mol)
435.90 443.40 446.90

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59. 

P2(g)  Q2(g) 
 2PQ(g) 60. m eq. of H2O2 in 25 ml = m eq. of I2 = m eq. of
Moles 2–x 4–x 2x Na2S2O3
at eq.

4x 2 NH2O2 × 25 = 0.3 × 20
Kc =
(2 – x) (4 – x) NH2O2 = 0.24
x = 1.33
Volume strength = 5.6 × 0.24
2  1.33
[PQ] = = 0.66 M = 1.344
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PART - C (MATHEMATICS)
61. Standard definition. 66. 5x + 2 < 3x + 8
2x < 6, x < 3
p q ~q p  ~q ~(p  –q) pq
62. x2
– 4  0,
T T F F T T x –1
T F T T F F x  2 – 4x  4
0
F T F T F F x –1
F F T F T T –3 x  6 x–2
<0 0
1 – cos A cos B x –1 x –1
63. sinC = 1
sin A sin B – + –
1 – cosA cosB – sinA sinB 0
cos(A – B) 1 A = B 1 2 3
2
1 – cos A 2 1  sin 2 x ⎛ 1  cot x ⎞
 sinC = = 1, C = 90° 67. = ⎜ ⎟
sin2 A 1– sin 2 x ⎝ 1– cot x ⎠
 A = B = 45° 2⎛ ⎞ 2 ⎛ 3 ⎞
= tan ⎜  x ⎟ = cot ⎜  x⎟
⎝4 ⎠ ⎝ 4 ⎠
sin A sin B sin C
 : : 3
a b c a=
4
1 1 1
 : : 2r 
2a 2b c n –1 n – 1 1 – cos
2 r n
68. ∑ sin = ∑
 a : b : c = 1: 1: 2 r 1 n r 1 2
cos A cos B cos C ⎛  ⎞
  sin(n – 1)
64.
a b c 1⎜ n ⎛ 2 2 ⎞ ⎟
= ⎜ n – 1– cos ⎜  (n – 2) ⎟ ⎟
2⎜  ⎝ n 2n ⎠ ⎟
a2  b2  c 2 (a  b  c )2 – 2(ab  bc  ca ) ⎜ sin ⎟
  ⎝ n ⎠
2abc 2abc
⎛  ⎞
sin
132 – 2  54 61 1⎜ n  –1 ⎟ n
  = ⎜ n – 1– ⎟ =
2  72 144 2⎜  ⎟⎟ 2
⎜ sin
⎡ ⎛  ⎞⎤ ⎝ n ⎠
65. [1 + sin2x] = ⎢ 2cos2 ⎜ x – ⎟ ⎥ 69. y = sin2x + cos2x + 2(sinx cosecx + cosx secx)
⎣ ⎝ 4 ⎠⎦
+ sec2x + cosec2x
⎡ 2⎛  ⎞⎤ 2 = 1 + 4 + sec x + cosec x = 7 + tan2x + cot2x
2 2
 sin2x = ⎢ 2cos ⎜ x – ⎟ ⎥  [2 sin x ]
⎣ ⎝ 4 ⎠⎦  ymin = 9
⎧ ⎡ ⎤ tan   tan2
⎪⎪ 1, if x  ⎣⎢0, 4 ⎦⎥ 70. tan(+ 2) = 1 – tan  tan 2
 sin2x = ⎨
⎪2, if x  ⎡  ,  ⎤ 1
⎢⎣ 4 2 ⎥⎦ 2
⎪⎩ 2 tan  3 3
tan2 =
1 – tan2 
= 1 =
 No value of x satisfy the equation. 1– 4
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tan( + 2) = 1 77. cosec10° + cosec50° – cosec70°
Now according to given conditions 1 1 1
0 <  + 2 <  = – 
sin10 sin70 sin50
 tan(+ 2) = 1 sin70 – sin10 1
 = sin10 . sin70  sin50
 + 2=
4
71. cos23x = cos2x 2cos 40sin30.sin50  sin10.sin70
=
3x = n ± x, n  I sin10 . sin70.sin50
n cos2 40  sin10.sin70
 x , n I =
4 1
sin30
72. A 4
= 4(2cos240° + 2 sin10°.sin70°)
60° = 4(1 + cos80° + cos60° – cos80°) = 6
cos A cos B cos C
P 78.  
=1 1 sin B sin C sin C sin A sin A sin B
R
120° cos(  – (B  C )) cos(  – ( A  C ))
B a C = 
sin B sin C sin C sin A
cos(  – ( A  B ))
a 
= 2R1 sin A sin B
sin120
= –[cotB cotC + cotA cotC + cotA cotB – 3]
a
 = 2R = –[1 – 3] = 2
sin 60
79. r1, r2 and r3 are in A.P.
a= 3
A B C
2 3 1 s tan , s tan , s tan are in A.P.
 R1 =  =1 2 2 2
3 2
A B C
73. A tan , tan , tan are in A.P.
2 2 2
A B C
90°
cot , cot , cot are in H.P.
c b 2 2 2
80. a = 5k, b = 6k, c = 5k, r = 6
 (s – a )(s – b )(s – c )
r= 
B C s s
a O a
2 2 3
6= k
In CAD 2
k = 4
2b a2  b2 – c 2
cosC =  81. sin3 = 3sin – 4sin3
a 2ab
a2 = b2 – c2 = 4b2 Put  = 5° and squaring both sides
a2 – c2 = 3b2 2
⎛ 3 – 1⎞
74. a = 2b and A – B = 60° 16sin6 – 24sin4 +9 sin2 = ⎜ ⎟
⎝ 2 2 ⎠
A–B a–b C
tan  cot 3  1– 2 3
2 ab 2 32sin65° – 48sin45° + 18sin25° =
4
1 C
tan30° = cot 3
3 2
= 1–
C 1 2
tan  , C = 60°
2 3 3
 A = 90°, B = 30°, C = 60°  32sin65° – 48sin45° + 18sin25° + =1
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82. 2cosA = sinB cosecC 3 – tan2 x
86. y = tan3x.cotx =
b 1 – 3 tan2 x
2cosA =  (3y – 1) tan2x
c + 0 tanx + (3 – y) = 0
∵ tanx be a real number
⎛ b2  c 2 – a2 ⎞ b  0 – 4.(3 – y) (3y – 1) 0
2⎜ ⎟
⎝ 2bc ⎠ c 1
 y  ⎜⎛ – , ⎥⎤  [3, )
b2 + c2 – a2 = b2 ⎝ 3 ⎦
c2 = a2 87. A + B + C = 
c=a tan B  tan C
tanA = –tan (B + C), tanA =
tan B tan C – 1
83. Given equation [sinx] = – cosx
A is obtuse tanB tanC – 1 < 0, tanB tanC < 1.
Real solution exists if –cosx is integer
88. Let x  b  c – a, y  c  a – b,
 3
x = 0, , , , 2 z a b– c
2 2
y z
,  b  c   b  c  2 bc  a
2
when x = 0, RHS = –1, LHS = 0  a
2
 3  b  c – a 0
x= , RHS = 0, LHS = 1
2 2  x > 0, y > 0, z > 0
x= RHS = –1, LHS = 0 y  z 1⎛ y z z x x y ⎞
 ∑  ⎜      ⎟3
 No solution. 2x 2⎝ x x y y z z ⎠
84. sin4x + cos4x + sin2x + a = 0 89. tan– cot= a ...(i)
sin + cos = b,
sin2 2x b2 – 1
1–  sin2x  a = 0 Squaring sincos=
2 2
2a = sin22x – 2sin2x – 2 sin2= b2 – 1 ...(ii)
2a + 3 = (sin2x – 1)2 From (i)
–cos2= a sincos
2a + 3 [0, 4]
a(1 – b2 )
⎡ 3 1⎤ cos2= ...(iii)
a  ⎢– , ⎥ 2
⎣ 2 2⎦ From (ii) and (iii),
85. E = (1 + tanx + tan2x) (1 – cotx + cot2x) sin22+ cos22= 1
(b2 – 1)2 (a2 + 4) = 4
E = (sec2x + tanx) (cosec2x – cotx)
90. 2sin cos sin = sin sin( + )
E = sec2x cosec2x – sec2x cotx + tanx cosec2x – 1 2sin cos sin = sin sin cos + cos sin sin
4 Dividing both sides by sin·sin·sin, we get
1
E= –1 = –1 2cot = cot + cot
2
sin x cos x 2
sin2 2x 1 1 1
 Minimum value = 4 – 1 = 3  , , are in A.P.
tan  tan  tan 

  

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