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# NARAYANA IIT/PMT ACADEMY

INDIA
XIIP IIT LJ(MAINS MODEL) Exam Date:10-09-2016
Time:3:00 Max Marks: 360

KEY
PHYSICS CHEMISTRY MATHEMATIC
1. 2 31. 2 61. 3
2. 3 32. 4 62. 1
3. 1 33. 4 63. 1
4. 4 34. 1 64. 2
5. 3 35. 4 65. 1
6. 4 36. 2 66. 2
7. 2 37. 2 67. 2
8. 4 38. 4 68. 4
9. 2 39. 1 69. 1
10. 2 40. 3 70. 1
11. 4 41. 4 71. 4
12. 3 42. 4 72. 1
13. 3 43. 1 73. 4
14. 1 44. 1 74. 3
15. 1 45. 3 75. 2
16. 3 46. 2 76. 4
17. 4 47. 3 77. 4
18. 3 48. 3 78. 4
19. 1 49. 4 79. 4
20. 2 50. 3 80. 3
21. 3 51. 2 81. 3
22. 2 52. 2 82. 3
23. 3 53. 3 83. 2
24. 3 54. 2 84. 1
25. 3 55. 3 85. 2
26. 3 56. 4 86. 2
27. 2 57. 1 87. 3
28. 3 58. 1 88. 3
29. 2 59. 2 89. 3
30. 3 60. 3 90. 3
SOLUTION
PHYSICS
vu
1. Favg  ma, a 
t
2. Fnet  ma, From FBD of m1, m1g – T1 = m1a
From FBD of m2, T2 – m2g = m2a take T1 = T2, solving the above eq’s, we get ‘a’.
 m  m1 
3. a g 2 
 m1  m2 
m2g
4. F  ma, a 
m1  m 2
F F
5. According to Lami’s theorem 1  2
sin  sin 
6. Under equilibrium condition F1  F2  F3  0
F  F  F
F1    F1  F2  , a  1 2 3
m
dp mv  u
7. F  ,F 
dt t
F
8. F  ma, a 
m1  m 2  m3
F F
9. F  ma, a   ;T  Ma
M Mm
10. F  T1  m1a,T1  T2  m2a,T2  m3a
 m  m2 
11. a  1 g
 m1  m2 
12. T3 – T2 = m3a,
T3
T2 – T1 = m2a, T1 = m1a, a 
m1  m 2  m3
dPx dP
13. Fx  , Fy  y , F  Fx2  Fy2
dt dt
14.
F
 
a  , FR  F12  F22  F3 , a1  R
m
F
m
15. For mass ‘m’, F1 = ma
For mass ‘M’ F – F1 = Ma1
d 2S
16. F  ma, F  m 2  constant
dt
FR 1
17. a  ,S  ut  at 2
m 2
dp
18. F , F  2AV 2
dt
F m 
19. F  ma; a  ,T    Ma
Mm 2 
20. While descending, Mg – FB = M 
While ascending FB – (M – m) g = (M – m) 
Where ‘FB’ is the buoyant force
21. F – T = m1a, T = m2a
T
22. F = ma, 2T = p, a =
m
 m  m2 
23. F  ma,a  g  1  , F  T  0 and
 1
m  m 2 

## T = 2mg also T – mg = ma1 Finally a < a1

24. F  ma;m1g  T1  m1a,T1  m2g sin   T2  m2a T2  m2g  m3a
25. mv1  m  u  at 
m1v11  m2 v12  m  v1  2gt o   m  v2  2gt o 
26. m1g sin  = m2 g sin 
27. T1 sin 1  T2 cos 2 ,T1 cos 1  T2 sin 2  mg
28. T cos   W, T sin   F, T  W 2  F2
29. N = mg cos  – ma sin  = 0
a = g cot 
u2
30. up the inclined R max 
g 1  sin  
u2
Down the inclined R max 
g 1  sin  

CHEMISTRY
 t oC 
32. Vt  Vo 1  
 273.15 
33. Equal volumes of all gases contains equal no of molecules at same temperature and
pressure.
r1 M2 1
34.  42. C
r2 M1 M
In van der waals equation ‘b’ is for 1
39. 44. C
volume correction M
47. Distribution of molecular velocities at two different temperature is given shown below.
Note : At higher temperature more molecules have higher velocities and less molecules
have lower velocities.
As evident from fig. thus it is clear that with the increase in temperature the most probable
velocity increase but the fraction of such molecules decreases.
50. The different type of molecular velocities possessed by gas molecules are
2RT
(i) Most probable velocity    
M
2RT
(ii) Average velocity v 
M
3RT
(iii) Root mean square velocity in all three cases v 
M
In all the above cases velocity  T
T1 M1
51.  54. P1V1  P2 V2
T2 M 2
2RT
Most probable speed  C * 
55.
M

Average speed  C  
8RT
M
3RT
Root mean square velocity  c   M
2RT 8RT 3RT
C*: C : C  : :
M M M
4 3
 1: :  1:1.128:1.225
 2
P r1 M2
56. d 59. 
T r2 M1
PM
57. d d2 M2
RT 60. 
d1 M1
P1 W1 M 2
58.  
P2 M1 W2

MATHEMATICS

61. tan  3x  2x   1  tan x  1  x  n 
4

But for x  n  , tan 2x is undefined
4
 no solutions
62. 11sin 2 x  7 cos 2 x  8  4sin 2 x  7  8
2
1 1
 4sin 2 x  1  sin 2 x   
4 2

 x = n 
6
63. sin 2x  4cos x  2sin x cos x  4cos x
 cos x  0 or sin x  2  which is not possible  ,

 x   2n  1 , n  Z
2
64. tan x  2 tan 2x  4 tan 4x  8cot 8x  3
cot x  8cot 8x  8cot 8x  3  cot x  3

 x  n  , n  Z
6
tan  tan 120o    tan 120o    
1
65.
3
1  n 
 tan 3   3  n     
3 6 3 18
 1 
   n     6n  1
 6 3 18
1 1 n 
66. sin 3x   3x  n   1
4 8 6
67. Divide both sides with cos  2

## sec2   tan 2   3tan 

 2 tan 2    tan   1  0
  2 tan  1 tan   1  0
1
 tan  = 1 or tan  
2
 1
  or   tan 1  
4 2
68. 3 sin x  cos x  4 (no solution)
a cos x  b sin x  c has a solution if - a 2  b 2  c  a 2  b 2 
 
69. y  sin   cos 
It has solution if | c | a 2  b2   2  y  2
70. 1  2sin 2    sin 2 , 4sin 2   1
1
sin    ,   30o
2

71.   satisfies
6
72. tan  5x  4x   1

 tan x  1  x  n  , n  Z
4
73. 3sin x  4cos x  6, Here | c | a 2  b 2
 There exists on solution
 
74. cos  x    cos 
 4
 
 x  2n    x  2n   
4 4
75. 3sin   4sin   4sin   sin x  sin 2  
3 2

##  3sin   4sin 3   4sin  sin 2 x  4sin 3 

2
3  3
 4sin  sin x  3sin   sin x   
2 2

4  2 
    
 x  n  , n  z x , 
3 3 3 
1
1
76. y ,81|cos x|  64  82
1 | cos x |
1 1 1
1 | cos x | ,| cos x |  cos x  
2 2 2
1
77. 2 cos x  x 
x
L.H.S. –2  2 cos x  2
1 1
R.H.S x   2 or x 2
x x
Solution is possible only if both sides are –1 or 1 but
1
x 2 at x  1
x
1
and x   2 at x  1
x
and left hand side is not 2 or –2 at x = 1 and x = –1. So, it has no solution.
1
78. sin e x  x  (no solution) as left hand side lies in the interval [–1, 1].
x
79. 13 – 4 cos x = 12 sin x
2

 13 – 4 + sin2 x = 12 sin x
 4 sin2 x – 12 sin x + 9 = 0
 (2 sin x – 3)2 = 0
3
 sin x  (not possible)
2
80. sin4 x = 1 + cos6 x
Minimum value of R.H.S. is 1 and maximum value of L.H.S. is 1. So equality holds only
when both sides are 1.
sin 4 x  1 and cos6 x  0
 sin 2 x  1 and cos x  0

sin 2 x  1  x  n 
2

and cos x  0  x  n 
2
 
81. sin x  1  x  R 2n   (where n  I)
 2
82. tan x  sec x  2cos x
 sin x  1  2cos 2 x (cos x  0)
 2 sin2 x + sin x – 1 = 0 (cos x  0)
1  1  8 1  9 1
 sin x    , 1
4 4 2
where sin x  1  cos x  0
which is not true.
1  5
 sin x   x  ,
2 6 6
83. 2 cos 3 = 2 cos 2 – 1
 2(4cos3  – 3 cos ) = 2(2 cos2  – 1) –1
 8 cos3  – 4 cos2  – 6 cos  + 3 = 0
 4 cos2 (2 cos – 1) – 3(2 cos  – 1) = 0
1 3
 cos   , cos   
2 2
 
   2n  ,   n 
3 6
84. 2sin 3  4  4sin   1
2

##  2  3sin   4sin 3    3  4sin 2 

 8sin 3   4sin 2   6sin   3  0
 4sin 2   2sin  1  3  2sin  1  0
  4sin 2   3  2sin   1  0
1 n 
 sin      n   1
2 6
 sin x  cos x 
85. log 2  0
 sin x 
sin x  cos x
 1
sin x
 1  cot x  1  cot x  0

 x  n 
2
But if n is odd sin x = –1. So log is not defined.

 x  2n 
2
86. cos 2x  a sin x  2a  7
 1 – 2 sin2 x + a sin x = 2a – 7
 2 sin2 x – a sin x – 8 + 2a = 0
a  a 2  8  2a  8  a   a  8
 sin x  
4 4
a4 a4
sin x   1  1
2 2
 2  a  4  2    a  6

87. sin 3  2 cos 2  1  0    0 or
3
1 1  tan 2 
88. Using sec 2   , we can write the given equation as
cos 2 1  tan 2 
1  tan 2 
tan 2   1
1  tan 2 
 tan 2  1  tan 2    1  tan 2   1  tan 2 
 tan 2   3  tan 2    0
 tan   0 or tan    3
  = m
where m is an integer
Now,
 
tan    3  tan   
 3

   n  where n is an integer
3

thus,   m n  where m and n are integers
3
89. 3sin 2 x  7sin x  2  0
 3sin 2 x  6sin x  sin x  2  0
  3sin x 1sin x  2  0
1
as sin x  2, sin x 
3
1
 x  n   1 sin 1   , n  
n

3
For 0  x  5,
 there are six values of x  [0, 5] which satisfy the equation
3sin 2 x  7sin x  2  0
90. As a sin x  bcos x lies in   a 2  b 2 , a 2  b 2  so a sin x  bcos x  c can not have any
 
solution if c > a 2  b2 .