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Section-1
(One or More options Correct Type)

This section contains 10 multiple choice equations. Each question has four choices (A) (B),(C) and (D) out of which
ONE or MORE THAN ONE are correct.
1. A furnace has a two layered wall as shown schematically. Each layer has the same area of

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cross section. The temperature  at the interface of two layers can be reduced by
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inner outer
layer layer

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800C 80C
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 C
A) increasing the thermal conductivity of outer layer
B) decreasing the thermal conductivity of inner layer
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C) by increasing the thickness of inner layer
D) by decreasing the thickness of outer layer
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2. A particle of mass m moves from rest along a straight line under the action of a force f
  t  T 2 
varying with time as f  f 0 1     where f 0 and T are positive constants. Then,
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  T  
4 f 0T
A) The speed of the particle after a time 2T is
3m
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B) After time interval of 3T, the particle starts moving backwards


C) Between time instants 0 and 2T, the acceleration first increases and then decreases
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D) The particle stops at t = 3T


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3. A thin rod free to rotate about a horizontal axis through one end O is initially in unstable
equilibrium position 1 and falls due to gravity on being displaced slightly. In positions 2,3
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and 4 it makes 60,90 and 180 with the upward vertical. Let 2 , 3 and 4 be angular
velocities of the rod in theses positions then :

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60
30
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A) 4  23 B) 4  22 C) 3  1.52 D) 3  2 2

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4. Potential at a point x is 5V and at a point y is -5V. A proton is moving towards x from y,
then

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A) It must have K.E. equal to or more than 10eV to reach x from y
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B) Work done by E in motion from x to y is +10eV
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C) Work done by E in motion from y to x is 0
D) K.E. at y is more than K.E. at x, if particle is released at x
5. Let E be the electric field intensity and V the electrostatic potential at a point in an electric

field. Which of the following statements are true ?


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A) E must be zero when V is zero B) V can be zero when E is zero

C) E can be nonzero when V is zero D) V can be nonzero when E is zero


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6. A light wire of length l (figure-1) is cut into two pieces in two different ways as shown in

(figure-2 & 3). Different pieces can be arranged in place of wire as shown and a load can be
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placed on the mass less hanger. Choose the correct statement(s).


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A) The load required to break the wire B ' is 6 times that required to break B
B) The stress required to break the wire B and C is same but to break B and B ' is different
C) The stress required to break C and C ' is same
D) The load required to break A and B ' is same, but different for B and B '

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7. A smooth sphere A of mass 0.1 kg is moving with speed 5m/s when it collides head on with

another smooth stationary sphere B.A is brought to rest by the impact and e = 1/2,

A) mass of B is 0.2 kg

B) the velocity of B after the collision is 5m/s

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C) the magnitude of impulse on B is 0.5 Ns

D) mass of B is 0.1 kg

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8. Imagine that a dipole is at the centre of a spherical non conducting surface. If magnitude of

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electric field at a certain point on the surface of sphere is 10 N/C, then which of the
following cannot be the magnitude of electric field anywhere on the surface of sphere

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A) 4 N/C B) 8 N/C C) 16 N/C D) 32N/C
9. In the circuit shown in the figure, in steady state

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A) The charge in 5 F capacitor 30 C


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B) The charge in 10 F capacitor is 40C


C) The charge in 4 F capacitor is 32 C
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D) The current drawn from the battery is 1A


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10. The maximum thickness of a plano convex lens, when viewed normally through the plane
surface, appears to be 6 cm and when viewed normally through the curved surface appears to
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be 7.2 cm. The actual maximum thickness is 9 cm. Then


A) The radius of curvature of lens is 18 cm
B) the refractive index of material of lens is 1.5
C) The focal length of the lens when its plane surface is silvered is 22 cm
D) the focal length of the lens when its curved surface is silvered is 8 cm

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Section-2
(Integer Value Correct Type)
This section contains 10 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit integer, ranging
from 0 to 9 (both inclusive).

11. A particle moves in x-y plane with y-component of velocity in meters per second given by
v y  8t with t in seconds. The acceleration of the particle in the x-direction in metres per

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second square is given by ax  4t with t in seconds. When t  0, y  2m, x  0 and vx  0 . If

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the magnitude of the velocity v of the particle for the instant when its x co-ordinate reaches
18 m is 5x m/s, find the value of x.

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12. As the figure shows, a small object is dropped to a fixed, frictionless slope of angle of

elevation   30 from a height h. The time of the fall is t1 . After a totally inelastic collision

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the object slides down the slope. It covers the same distance s =h on the slope during the

t1  1 x 
time t2 . If the ratio
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13. The particle A is mounted on a light rod pivoted at O and therefore is constrained to move in
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a circular are radius r. If the velocity of A in terms of the downward velocity vB of the

xvB
counterweight for   30 is , then find x.
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14. Two cylinders of equal masses, one made of material A and the other of material B, are
heated to 50C and placed on two large blocks of ice at 0C . If both the cylinders have the
same height, find the ratio  hA / hB  on their maximum depths of penetration in the ice.
Assume that no heat is lost to the surroundings and change in gravitational potential energy
is not considered.
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S A  0.2 ca lg 1  C   ;  A  4 g cm 3
1
S B  0.1ca lg 1  C   ;  B  2 g cm 3

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15. In the given LCR series circuit, find the reading (in A) of the hot wire ammeter.

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16. A monatomic ideal gas is used as the working substance for the cycle shown in the figure.
Preocesses A  B and C  D are isothermal, while processes B  C and D  A are
adiabatic. During process A  B , there is 400 J of work done by the gas on the
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surroundings. Calculate how much heat (in 100 Joules) is expelled by the gas during process
CD ?
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17. A certain crude oil has an index of refraction of 1.25. A ship dumps 1m3 of this oil into the
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ocean and oil spreads into a thin uniform film on water surface     . When light of
 3
wavelength 500 nm is incident on it, the reflected light shows maxima. What is the area
 in km  covered by the spilled oil? Assume that the thickness of film is minimum required
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to satisfy this criterion.

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18. In a YDSE setup, one of the slit width is four times that of the other. The separation between
the slits is d = 1 mm and the distance between slits and screen is D = 5 m. A monochromatic
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light of wavelength   6000 A incidents on slits normally. The intensity of light only due
to narrow slit on screen is I 0 . If the intensity of light on screen at a point infront of the
narrow slit is nI 0 , find n.
19. Two beads of mass m and 2m are connected by a massless rod of length R and threaded onto

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a smooth circular wire of radius R. When the wire rotates uniformly about a vertical
diameter, the beads do not slide on it and rod remains vertical as shown. What must be the

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angular velocity (in rad/s) of the wire ?
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2 m / s 2 . The initial velocity of block B is 2 m/s upward and the acceleration of block A is
3 m / s 2 downwards. Find the time (in sec.) at which block B will return to its initial position.
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Assume the string remains taut and the acceleration of the elevator does not change during
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PART-II_CHEMISTRY Max Marks : 60
Section-1
(One or More options Correct Type)

This section contains 10 multiple choice equations. Each question has four choices (A) (B)(C) and (D) out of which
ONE or MORE are correct.

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CH  CN  2

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CH 3 OH 

  Product  s 
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NC CH 3

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A) Number of products including stereoisomers are two.
B) Products can be separate by fractional distillation.
C) Products are diastereomers of each other.
D) 4 moles of CO2 gas evolved.
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22. Pair(s) of coordination compounds having different colour:

A) CoBr  NH 3 5  SO4 , Co  SO4  NH 3 5  Br


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B) Cr  NO2 3  H 2O 3  , Cr  ONO 3  H 2O 3 


2 2
C) Cis   PtBrCl  NH 3  4  ,Trans   PtBrCl  NH 3  4 
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D)  Zn  NH 3  4  , Cd  CN  4 
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A) Ph N 2 undergoes diazocoupling with Ph- N Me 2 to give


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Ph  N  N NMe2 .
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B) Ph N 2 undergoes diazocoupling with phenol to give orange colour dye.

C) Ph N 2 does not undergoes diazocoupling with Ph  NO2 .

D) Ph N 2 undergoes diazocoupling with   Naphthol give Blue colour dye.

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24. Fe3  aq  undergoes redox reaction with solution of
A) KCN B) NH 4 SCN C) KI D) Na2 S 2O3

25. Identify the compounds give clear solution with Hinsberg reagent  C6 H 5 SO2Cl  in KOH .

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NH 2

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CH 3 CH 3
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26. Compound X 2Y have ideal antifluorite structure.
Given Radius of anion is 400 pm.
Which is/are correct statement(s)?
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A) The distance between cation and anion is 490 pm.


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B) The minimum distance between two cation is pm.
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C) The maximum distance between two cation is 980 pm.
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D) The fraction of edge occupied by the particles is 0.707.


27. Roasting of which of the following sulphide ores is /are thermodynamically feasible:
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A) FeS 2 B) Cu2 S C) Ag 2 S D) ZnS


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28. A 34.2 % w/w aqueous solution of sucrose has undergone partial inversion according to

following first order reaction.


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C12 H 22O11  H 2O  C6 H 12O6  C6 H12O6

After 10 min boiling point of solution is 108.3C.

Given boiling point of pure water  100C , Kb  H 2O   0.52 Kg mol 1

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Which is /are correct statement?

A) Half life period of reaction is 10 min

B) Half life period of reaction is 20 min.

C) Fraction of sucrose inverted is 0.25 after 10 min.

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D) The observed molecular mass is 234 after 10 min.

29. Arrange the following species in order of decreasing energy formed during electrophilic

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aromatic substitution?

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30. When conc. aqueous solution of NaCl is electrolysed using graphite electrode. The correct
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A) Cl2 gas is liberated at anode.


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B) Cl2 gas is liberated at cathode.


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C) pH of solution increases around cathode during electrolysis.


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D) H 2 gas is liberated at anode.


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Section-2
(Integer Value Correct Type)
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This section contains 10 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit integer, ranging
from 0 to 9 (both inclusive).

31. How many tripeptides are possible by alanine, glycine and tyrosine if each is used only once
in each tripeptide?

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32. The second virial coefficient of gas X is 9 litre 2 mol 2 and third virial coefficient of gas Y
is 8lit 3mol 3 following graph are plotted at 300K temperature.

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Where W  24.63  tan 1  tan 2 

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33. Find out total number of cation(s), which produce soluble compound with excess of KCN
solution Pb 2  aq  , Hg 2  aq  , Cr 3  aq  , Cu 2  aq  , Au   aq  , Co 2  aq  , Cd 2  aq  ,

Zn2  aq  , Ni 2  aq 
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34. 63.5 gm of bleaching powder sample suspended in 1000 ml of water. 100 ml of suspension
on treatment with KI and HCl liberated I 2 which reacts with 50 ml 0.1 M hypo solution.
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Calculate percentage of bleaching powder in sample.


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CH 3
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Number of products possible including stereoisomer.
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36. Find out the value of expression x  y for complex ion Co  EDTA  
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y  Total number of five membered ring(s) having oxygen donor atom(s) only.

37.  
The solubility of Fe  OH 2 K sp  10 24 in a buffer solution containing 0.1 M BOH and

0.1 M BOH is 1012. Calculate pKa of B 

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38. X = sum of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen present in tetrose tetrasaccharide. Find the value of

X
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39. Find out tatal number of metals cation(s) which form coloured metaborates:

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Al 3  aq  , Fe3  aq  , Pb 2  aq  , Cd 2  aq  , Mg 2  aq  , Cr 3  aq  , Ag   aq  ,

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40. Calculate ring strain energy (in kJ mol 1 ) of cyclopropane (g)

Given:

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 390 kJmol 1 ,   f H  H Ol   280kJmol 1   comb H C H  g   2050 kJ mol 1 ,
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 H f cyclopropane
 48 kJ mol 1
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Section-1
(One or More options Correct Type)
This section contains 10 multiple choice equations. Each question has four choices (A) (B)(C) and
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(D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct.

x 3  4 x 2  8 x  8  0 are  &  . If  n   n is a
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real number then n may be equal to
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A) 9 B) 36 C) 64 D) 144
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42. Let y  f  x  be a twice differentiable function such that


f  x   f  2  x  , x  R, f  0   0. Then which of the following is/are correct?
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A) f '  x   0 has at least three real roots


B) f '  x   0 has at least one real root
C) f ''  x   0 has at least two real roots
D) f  x   0 has at least two real roots

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43. Let a,b and c be three positive numbers in G.P. If the equations ax 2  bx  c  0 and

x 2  2 x  b  0 have common root than which of the following is/are must be true?
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A) If common root is then  8 B)ab = c

C) 2a+b=c D) None of these

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44. let a,b and c be three natural numbers such that all are not equal. Let

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X  ai  b j  ck , Y  bi  c j  ak and Z  ci  a j  bk be three vectors such that

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     
the value of      
X  Y .  Y  Z  Z  X  is minimum.Then which of the following
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A) volume of a parallelopiped with sides X , Y and Z is 4

B) The acute angle between


 
X and Y is cos 1
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    
D) X  Y .  Y  Z  Z  X   9
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45. If all roots of the equation x 4  1  2a  x 2  2 x   a 2  5a  6   0 are real  a  R  ,

then a may be equal to


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46. Three circles with radii 1,2 and 3 touch each other externally at points A,B and C then
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A) Area of ABC  6 / 5
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B)Area of ABC  7 / 5

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47. Let y  f  x  be a continuous and twice differentiable function such that
f 1  f  3  f  5   0
A) 2 f  x   f '  x  has at least 2 real roots
B) 2 f  x   f '  x  has at least 1 real root

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C) f ''  x   4 f '  x   4 f  x   0 has a real root

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Let S=0 and S '  0 be two given circles with centres C1 , C2 and radii r1 , r2 respectively.

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Let P be the centre of a variable circle which touches both circles externally. Then locus of
point P will be

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(A) Straight line if r1  r2 and C1C2  r1  r2
r1  r2 and C1C2  r1  r2
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P A  B  C   1
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49. Let A,B and C be three pair-wise independent events such that

Then which of the following is/ are must be correct?


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(A) 1  P  A  P  B   P  C   3

(B) 
P A B C  0 
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50. Let a,b and c be p th , q th and r th terms of an H.P. If p,q and r are in G.P. then the common
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ratio of the G.P is

q r b  c  a  rq 
(A) (B) (C) (D)  
p q a  bc q p

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Section-2
(Integer Value Correct Type)

This section contains 10 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit integer, ranging from 0

to 9 (both inclusive).

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51. Let a and b two natural numbers such that   . If a  b then total number
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52. One vertex of a cube is (0,0,0) and the sides are parallel to x,y and z – axis. Three

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planes x  y, y  z and z  x cut the cube in ‘n’ parts. The value of ‘n’ is
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53. Let y  f  x  be a function such that  f  x   1, x   0,4. If there are n such

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55. Let y  f  x  be a function such that f  x   f    x, then number of
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56. Let y  f  x  and y  g  x  be two linear on-to functions from  1,1 to  0, 2  .

f  x  1  
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Let h  x    x  1,0,1 be a function. n   h  h( x   h  h     ([.]is
g  x    x  
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57. Let y  f  x  be a continuous function such that f  x   f  y   x  y, x  y. If

the line y  x  3 cuts the curve at ‘n’ points than maximum value of ‘n’ is

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58. If  tan
1
x dx  P  a, b  R and a  b  1 and  cot 1 1  x  x 2  dx  nP
a a

then ‘n’ equals  P  0 

59. Let z be a complex number such that z   2  7i   5 then the least value of

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3z   6  i  is

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60. Let a and b be two positive numbers such that the equation x 3  ax 2  bx  8  0 has
three positive real roots than the least value of ‘a’ is

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PHYSICS
1. (A, B, C, D)
800  80 800  
Sol. Rate of heat flow H  which is also equal to . Using these two

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 lt   l0   lt 
    
 Ki A   K 0 A   Ki A 

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relations we get,   800  . Thus one can reduce the temperature at the
 K i  l0 

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1   
 K 0  lt 
interface by any of the four options given.

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2. (A, B, C, D)
Sol. Use the given expression for force to get an expression for acceleration. Integrate this to get an
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expression for velocity. Unless otherwise stated about the initial conditions, the velocity turns
f0
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out to be V  3t 2T  t 3  . Use this to get the required results.
2 
3mT
3. (B, D)
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Sol. When rod falls by '  '


L 1  ML2  2
Mg 1  cos     
2  3 
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2
1/2
 3 g 1  cos   
  
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 L 
3g 3g
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2  , 3  ; 4  6 g / L
2L L
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CM 1

L/2 CM

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4. (A, B, D)

Sol. WE x y
 U x  U y  e Vx  Vy   10 eV  K .E y  KEx  K .E.x

5. (B, C, D)
6. (C, D)
Sol. Breaking stress is material dependent and hence same in all cases.

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While breaking load = stress  cross sectional area.
7. (A, C)

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  1
Sol. Pi  Pf  0.1 5   mB vB and vB  0    0  5 

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Solving mB  0.2 kg , vB  2.5 m / s

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 J B  mB vB  0  0.5 Ns
8. (A, D)
Sol.
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Esurface max 
r3
kp
Esurface min. 
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Given E  10 N / C at a point.
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 If Emax  10  Emin  5  4 N / C not possible.


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9. (A, B, C, D)
Sol.

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At steady state, all capacitors are open circuited.
10
i  1A

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10
q10  10F VDB   10  4i   40C

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q5   5F VAC   5  6i   30C

q4   4F VAB   4  8i   32C


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(i) Plane surface :
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Using refraction and reflection equations


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PFL  cm
5
FL is focus of the system.
(ii) Curved surface :
1 1.5 1  1.5
   R  18 cm.
7.2 9 R
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When curved surface is silvered,

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PFL  9 cm.
11. 6
t
2t 3t

Sol.
0
2
 vx  2  3  18
2
a x  4t  vx   4tdt  2t  x   2t dt 
0 3
2

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 18 when t  3
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v y  8t  24
 v  vx  v y  30 m / s
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2 2

12. 3
1 2
Sol: After falling through ‘h’  gt1 speed is
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2
V  2 gh  gt1 and after collision
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1
 h  V sin   t2   g sin   t22
2
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1 2 gt1t2 gt22 t1 1  3
 gt1    
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2 2 4 t2 2
 Vt  V sin 
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f
Vt  V sin  Vn  V cos 

a  g sin  A Vn  0
f

A Sh
 B
13. 6
Sol.
VA
T
T 30
30
A

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30
B
r

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  30
VB

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WT  0

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VA 3 2V
TVA cos30  T VB   0   VB  VA  B
2 3

Comparing with
xVB
3 3
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14. 4
Sol. Heat lost by cylinder = Heat gained by ice  MS  50   M ice  80 
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S A miA
 For cylinders A and B , if ice melted be miA and miB , then, 
S B miB
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 2  hB aB ice  hAa Aice ------------(1)


 Heights of both cylinders were same say ‘H’.
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a
 m  a A H   aB H  B  B  2
A
aB
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hA
 From (1),  2 2  4
hB
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15. 4
Sol. Vx  120V  r.m.s.
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2
 200 2  2
V2    FR  Vx  200  120  I  40   I  4 A.
2 2 2 2 2

 2 
16. 1
Sol.  The cycle is carnot.
Qrejected TC Q 250
   rejected   AB  isothermal   Qrejected  100 J .
Qsup plied TA WAB 1000
17. 5
Sol.  Light is reflected twice by denser medium (first at air – oil in terface and then at oil – water
interface),

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xnet  2 oil t  n (for maxima), for tmin'n  1  t  2  10 7 m
If area of oil film = a, then 1m3  at  5  106 m 2  5km 2 .

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18. 7

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Sol. Clearly, I1  I 0  I 2  4 I 0
Now,
dy d 2 10 6

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x p     10 7 m
D 2 D 10
2 
P  x p 
 3
 I p  nI 0  I 0  4 I 0  2 I 0 4 I 0 cos

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 7 I 0  n  7.
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19. 6
Sol. N 1
 N  cos60  3mg -----------(i)
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N 1 cos30  2m r 2
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N cos30  mr 2
2
N 1
 N   mr2  mR2
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From (i)
1
mR2    3mg
2
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20. 4

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Sol. Acceleration of B let a
a  3  2 2 a  1m / s 2 

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1
So s  2  t   1 t 2  0
2
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21. (A,B,C)
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22. (A,B,C)
Zn 2 , Cd 2  d 10 , configuration hence d-d transition does not occur and they do not exhibit
colour. While other metal cations have configuration d 1 9 , but due to presence of different
ligands or geometrical isomeris they exhibit different colout in respective pair.
23. (A,B,C)

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B) PhN 2 undergoes diazocoupling with phenol to give orange dye.

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C) Ph  N 2 does not undergoes diazicoupling with because of weak- E  and weak
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Nu interaction.
D)  -Naphthal gives red colourdye with Ph  N 2 (not blue dye).
24. (C,D)
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Fe3  aq   KCN  Fe  CN  3 
2
Fe3  aq   SCN   aq    Fe  H 2O  5  SCN  
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Fe3  aq   I   aq   Fe 2  aq   I 3  aq 
Fe3  aq   S 2O32  aq   Fe 2  aq   S 4O62  aq 
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25. (B,C)
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1 amine give clear solution with Hinsberg reagent in KOH


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Soluble due to acidic (-H)

26. (A,B,C,D)
Cation : X  : Tetrahedral void.
Anion : Y  : CCP
Distance between cation and anion  rcation  ranion  90  400  490 pm
rcation  0.225 ranion  0.225  400  90 pm

3 1960
a  490  a  pm
4 3

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a 1960 980
Minimum distance between two cation    pm
2 2 3 3

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3 1960 3
Maximum distance between two cation  a    980 pm

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2 3 2
2  rp 2  400
Fraction of edge occupied by particle    3  0.707
a 1960

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27. (A,B,D)
Silver has more affinity for sulphur in comparison of oxygen.
28. (A,D)
C12 H 22O11  H 2O  C6 H12O6  C6 H12O6
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1 0.1
k  .ln ...... 1
t 0.1  x
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1000
Tb  kb 
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 nS  nG  nF 
1000
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8.3  0.52   0.1  x  x  x 


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0.1  x  1.05  x  0.05

1 0.1 ln 2 ln 2
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k  ln   t0.5  10 min
10 0.1  0.05 10 t0.5
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342  0.05  180  0.05  180  0.05


M obs   234
0.1  0.05  0.05  0.05
29. (A,D)

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30. (A,C)
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2Cl   Cl2  g   2e  Anode

2e   2 H 2O  H 2  g   2OH  Cathode
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 OH    pOH  pH 
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31. 6
Tripeptides possible & reach amino acid is used only once in each tripeptide
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i. Ala-Gly-Tyr
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ii. Ala-Tyr-Gly
iii. Gly-Ala-Tyr
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iv. Gly-Tyr-Ala
v. Tyr-Ala-Gly
vi. Tyr-Gly-Ala
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32. tan  
RT
24.63
24.63  tan 1  tan  2     3  2   1.0
0.0821  300
33. 8
All d-block metal cations form water soluble cyano complex with excess of KCN due to

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complex formate while Hg  CN  2 is water soluble but does not dissociate.
34. 5

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CaOCl2  Cl2
Cl2  2 KI  2 KCl  I 2

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I 2  S 2O32  S 4O62  2 I 
xI2  xHypo

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0.1 50
2  nI2  1
1000
nI2  2.5  10 3  nCl2
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POAC ‘Cl’ 2  nCaOCl2  2  nCl2

In given sample M CaOCl2  2.5  103  127  10


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2.5  127  10 3  10
%CaOCl2   100  5
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35. 3
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36. 0

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37. 8

K sp   Fe 2   OH  
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2 1024
 OH    12  1012  OH    106 M
10
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0.1
pOH  pK b  log 6
0.1
pK b  6
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pK a  pK b  pK w  pK a  14  6  8
38. 5
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CHO
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H OH
 C4 H8O4 
H OH
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CH OH
Tetrose is 2
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In formation of disaccharide 1 mole of H 2O is lost and in formation of tetrasaccharide 3 moles


of H 2O are lost. So formula of tetrose tetrasaccharide is –

4   C4 H 8O4  
3 H 2O
  C16 H 26O13 

Sum of C+H+O = 55
X = 55, Y = 5
39. 3
Transition metal cations that form coloured metaborates : Fe3 , Cr 3 , Mn 2 .
40. 8
C3 H 6  4.5O2  g   3CO2  g   3H 2O  l 

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2050  3   390   3  280    f H  C3 H 6

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 H 
f C3 H 6
 40

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Ring strain energy = 48 – 40 = 8
MATHEMATICS

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41. (A,B,C,D)

x3  4 x2  8x  8  0   x  2   x 2  2 x  4   0

 
2  12
 1  3i  2 2
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  1  3i  2
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 n   n   2    n   2 n   R
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42. (B,D)

f  x  f 2  x   f 0  f  2  0
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and f 1  x    f 1  2  x   f 1 1  0
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43. (A,B,C)
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ax 2  bx  c  0
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  b 2  4ac  3ac  b 2  ac 

 D  0  a & c are positive 

 ax 2  bx  c  0
and x 2  2 x  b  0 have both roots common

a b c
    a  2, b  4 and c  8
1 2 b
44. (A,B)
        2

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  
    
X  Y .  Y  Z  Z  X    X Y Z 

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a b c

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2 2
 a  b  c 2   11 2  2 2 2 
 a  b    b  c    c  a     
 
2 2
 b c a   1  1  0    16
 2   2  
c a b

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And this value will occure if two of them is 1 and the third is 2.

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x 2  1  2a  x 2  2 x   a 2  5a  6   0

 a 2   2 x 2  5 a   x 4  x 2  2 x  6   0
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 a 2   x 2  2 x  2    x 2  2 x  3  a   x 2  2 x  2  x 2  2 x  3   0
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 a  x 2  2 x  2  a  1 ........1
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on a  x 2  2 x  3  a  2 ......... 2 
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From (1) and (2)


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46. (A,D)

PA  PB  1
QA  QC  2

RB  RC  3
 PQ  3; QR  5; PR  4
A
P Q

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 PQR will be a right angled triangle with P  90 ;

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4 3
Q  sin 1 and R  sin 1
5 5

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Area of ABC  A  PQR   A  PAB   A  QAC   A  RBC 

 1  8 27 60  5  16  27 6
 6  
 2  5 10

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Circum-radius of ABC  1
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47. (A,B,C,D)

Let g  x   f  x  e 2x
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g 1  g  3  g  5   0
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 g 1  x   e 2 x  f  x   2 f  x    0 has atleast two roots


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 g11  x   e 2 x  f 1  x   4 f 1  x   4 f  x    0 has one real root


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48. (A,B,C,D)
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Let r be the radius of the variable circle then

PC1  r  r1 ; PC2  r  r2

PC1  PC2  r1  r2  Constant


49. (A,B,D)

Let P  A   a , P ( B )  b, P  C   c

 P  A  B  C   P  A  P  B   P C   P  A  B   P  B  C   P C  A  P  A  B  C 
 1  a  b  c  ab  bc  ca  abc

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 1   a  b  c    ab  bc  ca   abc  0

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 1  a 1  b 1  c   0  at least one among a,b,c is 1

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50. (A,B,C,D)

Let x be the first term and y be the common difference of H.P. then

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1 1 1 1
   p  1 y;    q  1 y;
a x b x
1 1
   r  1 y
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rq c b q r
Common ratio    
q p 11 p q
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q r b  c  a r  q
 Common ratio    
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r q a  bc q  p
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Integer Answer Type


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51. 8

1 1 1
   2015a  2015b  ab
a b 2015
2015b
a
b  2015
 b  2015  1,5,13,31,65,165,403, 2015 if  a  b 

52. 6

x=y plane will cut the cube in two parts

y=z plane will cut in four parts

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z=x will cut in 6 parts

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53. 2

For x=0 two functions are possible

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For x=1,2,3 there are three such functions

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For x=4, one function

n  2  3  3  3  1  2  33
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f 1  x  g  x  , g 1  x   f 1  x  , f  0   0, f  0   2
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 f  x   e x  e x g  x   e x  e x

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I   2e x dx  2  e  1
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I   3
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 2x  3 
f  x  f    x .....1
 x  2 
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2x  3
put x 
x2

 2x  3  2x  3
f   f  x  ...... 2 
 x2  x2
from 1 and  2 

2x  3
x  x 2  4 x  3  0  x  3 or 1
x2
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Among y  f  x  and y  g  x  one is passing through (-1,0) &(1,2) and other is passing
through (-1,2) and (1,0)

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 f  x  1 x & g  x  1 x

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f  x  1  x & g  x  1 x

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1 x 1 x
h( x)  or h  x  
1 x 1 x

 h  h( x)   x or h  h  x    
1
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  1 
 h( h  x   h  h     2
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  x 
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f  x   f  y   x  y, x  y  f  x   x  f  y   y , x  y  g  x   f  x   x
is an increasing function  g  x   3 has at most one real root.
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58. 2
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 1 x  x 
 cot 1 1  x  x 2   tan  1 1
  tan 1  x   tan x
 1  x 1  x  
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b b b

 cot 1  x  x  dx   tan 1  x  dx   tan


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1 2 1 1
xdx  2 P
a a a
59. 5
Let   3 z   6  i 

 i 
 z   2    and z   2  7i   5
 3 3
  i    20i 
 z  2  3    3   5
    
 i  20i
5  z   2    5
 3  3
5  i  5

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  z 2   
3  3 3 3

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60. 6

Let  ,  and  be the roots then       a and   8

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    1/3
Since  ,  ,  0      a  6

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2 ABCD 22 ABC 42 BD

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4 ABD 24 CD 44 AB

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5 BCD 25 BC 45 BCD

6 CD 26 ABCD 46 AD

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8 AD 28 AD 48 ABCD

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