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DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAMME

(Academic Session : 2018 - 2019)

LEADER TEST SERIES / JOINT PACKAGE COURSE


TARGET : PRE-MEDICAL 2019
Test Type : Unit Test Test # 03 Test Pattern : NEET-UG
TEST DATE : 05 - 08 - 2018
ANSWER KEY
Que. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Ans. 3 2 1 4 3 2 3 3 4 1 3 3 1 1 3 2 3 4 1 4
Que. 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
Ans. 3 2 2 3 3 1 4 3 1 4 2 3 2 1 3 4 2 3 2 2
Que. 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
Ans. 2 3 3 2 2 1 3 1 3 4 1 3 1 2 4 2 1 3 4 2
Que. 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80
Ans. 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 1 4 1 3 2 2 4 1 2 1
Que. 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100
Ans. 2 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 3 3 2 3 2 2 4 4 1 2 3 3
Que. 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120
Ans. 3 2 2 3 2 4 3 3 4 1 1 1 3 2 3 3 3 1 3 2
Que. 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140
Ans. 2 3 2 2 1 2 4 2 4 4 4 1 3 3 4 3 3 2 3 3
Que. 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160
Ans. 4 1 3 2 4 4 1 4 3 2 1 4 4 3 4 3 2 3 2 1
Que. 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180
Ans. 2 3 3 2 4 2 3 3 1 4 2 1 2 1 2 3 2 2 2 1

HINT – SHEET
1. Pseudo force on 4 kg block = ma (12 - 6)g g
ma 4. asys = = m / s2
12 + 6 3
m=4kg Tension in the string
T = m(g – a)
mma
\ ma = mmg Þ a = 0.4 × 10 = 4 m/s2 æ g ö 80
= 4 çg - ÷ = N
as both the blocks will move with same è 3ø 3
acc"a" 5. All blocks will move with same acceleration
F = (4 + 8)a 6
= 12 × 4 = 48 N a= = 1 m/s2
4+2
2. 10 g = m (m + 20)g Fcos60° = total mass × acc.
Þ 10 = 0.25 (m + 20) Þ m = 20 kg Fcos60° = (8 + 6 + 4 + 2) × 1
40cos60º 1
3. a= = 2 m / s2 and T = ma = 4 × 2 = 8N F ´ = 20 Þ F = 40 N
4+6 2

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DP 0.5(15 + 15) 1
6. F= = = 1500 N Þ cos q = Þ q = 45º
Dt 0.01 2
7. The fourth coin is under the weight of six coins
above it. Hence,
Reaction of the 4th coin on 5th coin = Force on T q q T
the 4th coin due to 5th coin = 6 mg
8. DP = Area under F – t graph
1
= × 8 × 2 – 2 × 1 = 6 kg-m/sec
2 2 .mg
9. Net force applied by block on the inclined plane
is equal to the weight of the body. 13.
fs
2cos45º y
N 2N
1cos45º 1N
m
sq

45º
45º
co
mg
q
in

mg x
gs

2sin45º P 90º F1 1sin45º


m

q
F2
N = mgcosq and fs = mgsinq

F = fs2 + N 2 = mg .
Applying equilibrium conditions,
10. å FX= 0 Þ F1 + 1 sin 45º – 2 sin 45º = 0
or F1 = 2 sin 45º – 1 sin 45º
1
= 1 sin 45° = N
2
SFy = 0
3
Þ F2 = 1 cos 45° + 2 cos 45° Þ F2 = N
2
14. The situation is shown in figure.
a

10 10 T
N = Fsin45°+ mgcos45° = + = 10 2 q ma q
2 2 ma T
mg q
11. F.B.D. of block A
Applying Newton's second law for block A in mg
vertical direction N
mAg – N cos q = mAg When the car moves towards right with
where q is the angle of the wedge g acceleration a the rope carrying the mass makes
Þ N cos q = 0 an angle q.
as q < 90º \ N = 0 mAg
1æ 5 ö 10
Acceleration a = ç 5 - ÷= m / s2
12. From the figure for the equilibrium of the 3è 3ø 9
system
T = mg ma a 10 1
Þ tan q = = Þ =
mg g 9 ´ 10 9
and 2T cos q = 2 mg Þ 2.mg cos q = 2 mg

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15. Let a be the common acceleration of the system Þ N = 50 sin 45° + 150 cos 45° ...(ii)
a Solving (i) and (ii) we get
O a
M
P 1
T T m m=
2
P
a= 20.
m+M
5 3
MP
T = Ma = q
m +M
4
T3 36
16. a= = = 1 ms –2
m1 + m 2 + m 3 1 + 8 + 27 3
sin q =
5
T2 = (m1 + m2)a = (1 + 8) × 1 = 9 N.
Clearly, base of the triangle is 4 units
17. mmg 3
m = tan q = = 0.75
4
Force 6
21. Acceleration a = = = 2 m/s2
mg total mass 1 + 2
2 Applying NLM on half portion of rope
mg 2kg a
m1 0.5 kg T 0.5 kg
m2 F
mg
mmg = mg - l l
2 2 2

1 T = (m1 + m2)a
m=
2 T = (2 + 0.5) × 2 = 5 N
18. 22. N = Fsin37° – mg
as per given condition
When N = 0 F sin 37° – mg = o
Þ Fsin 37º = mg
3
\ mmg = ma Þ mg = a Þ 10t ´ = 10 ´ 10
this equation is free from mass m 5
So this is true for all values of m. 50
Þ t= s
19. The string is under tension, hence there is liming 3
friction between the block and the plane. 23.
Drawing free body diagram of the block.
f=mN
N
45°
T=50N

45°
45°
y
x Mg=150N x2 + h2 = y2
SFx = 0 dx dy
Þ 2x + 0 = 2y
dt dt
Þ mN + 50 cos 45° = 150 sin 45° ...(i)
dx y v
SF y = 0 Þ = .v =
dt x sin q

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24. 1mF
q
2mF =2 F
m Þ = 1 mF
1 mF
2mF
mg
2Tcosq = mg ; T =
2cosq 1mF
cosq less or q more tension more
=
dy 2x 2 1 1 1mF 2mF 1mF
25. = tan q = Þ tan q = × =
dx 3 3 2 3
acceleration along wedge 1 1 1 1 2 + 1 + 2 C = 2 mF
= + + = ; eq
1 Ceq 1 2 1 2 5
= g sin q = 10 × = 5 m/s 2
2 28. In steady state no current will flow through
capacitor of 10mF as it get full change and full
26. C voltage equal to 12V, and charge aquired in
C 2C 2C
transition peroid by 24mF will leak through
3C 3C
4C 4C resister of 4W. Hence final change on 2mC will
Þ 5C be zero.
5C
29.

B
4C 6C

Þ A C
5C \ Time constant = RC
30. In steady state no current will flow through C1
since it get full change os I 1 = 0 and I 2 =
Let E = 10V
e
R1 + R 3
So VAC = 10 V , charge on 5 C is q5
q 5 = 5 C × V = 5C × 10 Þ q5 = 50 C
VAB = 6V and VBC = 4V 31. C =0 C
So change on C is q1 = C × 6 = 6C C Þ =2C
q2 = 2C × 4 = 8 C C C
q3 = 3C × 6 = 18 C Short circuited
q4 = 4C × 4 = 16 C
\ q1 : q2 : q3 : q4 : q5 = 6C : 8C : 18C : 16C : 50C 32. zero resistance
= 3 : 4 : 9 : 8 : 25
B B
A B
=2µF A ¬ ­ A ®
27. 1µF 2µF
A zero resistance
=0
1µF 1µF 2µF

2µF 1µF
º
B
1µF

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e0 e r A So change on 5mF will be +80mC
35. C=
d q 80 ´ 10 -6
\ Potential across 5mF = = =
e0 ´ 2e r A eeA C 5 ´ 10 -6
C' = = 4 ´ 0 r = 4C
d d 16V
2 \ Change on 3mF = 3 × 10–6 × 16 = 48 mC

36. 39.
23mF =35mF 7mF

12mF
A B
13 mF 1mF

10mF 1mF =2mF


2C in series with 2C = 1C

7mF

35mF 13mF 2mF


Þ Þ A B
C 13mF D

10mF

37.

C
A

Þ C C C/2
C1 7 C 7
It is clear = and 2 =
B C3 2 C4 2
So balanced W.B., we can remove 13mF
C
35mF 7mF
3C
Þ Þ
2

C
10mF 2mF
3 8
Þ C eq = C + C = C = 1.6C
5 5 35
6

4mF, +80mC
10
38. Equivalent circuit 6
5mF

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\ Potential difference 1mF = 8 V
1 1 6
+ =
7 35 35 1
\ U = CV2
2
1 1 1+ 5 6
+ = =
10 2 10 10 1
= ´ 1 ´ 10 -6 ´ (8 )
2

2
35 10 45 15
Ceq = + = = = 32 × 10–6 = 32 mJ
6 6 6 2
40. If q be the change on each capacitor, then
43. R C C
q q q q q
+ + + = 10V Þ = 2.5V V1 – V2
+
C C C C C R
Þ R
2R R 3R R
q q q
VA – VX = + + = 7.5V
C C C
C C
41. 1mF 1mF
7 Eeq R
Eeq R
4 req
1mF

10V R ´ 3R 3R
req = =
R + 3R 4
B 1mF
3 7
R + req = R + R = R
4 4
Þ
2mF 7
Q \ time constant = RC
10V 4
N 10V A
44. In steady state no current will flow through the
Potential of point N = 20 V capacitor.
Potential difference will be shared in inverse
ratio of capacitances. 100W
VN – VA = 10 V
10 2 ´ 10 I
VB - VN = , VB - VN =
3 3
20 20 50 12V 50W
\ VB = + VA = + 10 =
\
3 3 3
42. As VA – VC = 24 V
VAB : VBC : : 2 : 1
open
24
VB – VC = ´1 = 8 V
3 12 12
\ I= = = 0.08 A
5mF 100 + 50 150
3mF B =6mF
A C 45. Equivalent capacitance of parallel combination
1mF Eeq = nC
1
4mF \ energy stored U = C eq V2
2
1
24V
= ( nC ) V2
2

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71. Cu2+(aq.) + 2e– ® Cu(s)
O2 to O2– el– enters in p2 px = p2 py
* *
47.
O2 ® O2– el– is entered in ABMO orbital. 0.06 1
E Cu 2+ / Cu = E cu
0
2+ - log
48. Stability µ B.order If B.order is same / Cu
2 Cu 2 +
1 0.06
Stability µ no. of ABMO el - log Cu 2 +
= E 0cu2+ / Cu +
2
49. O2 have 2 unpaired el– |Cu2+| increases, ECu2+/Cu also increases
O2– & O2+ have 1 unpaire el– 72. H2 is anode because oxidation takes place here
51. Solubility takes place when H.E > LE and Cu is cathode because reduction takes
MgSO4 > SrSO4 > BaSO4 > RaSO4 place here
1 10 –6
53. Ionic character µ 73. Ecell = –0.059log –3 = –0.059log10–3
Polarisation 10
57. Ortho have intramolecular = – 0.059 × (–3) = 0.177 V
H-Bond < para have inter molecular.
OR 74. Ecell = E0cell –
0.0591
log
[ P]
In o-nitrophenol - Intramolecular H-bonding 2 [R ]
p-nitrophenol - Intramolecular H-bonding
0.1
58. ClO– B.O = 1.0 1.5 = E0cell –0 .0296l og
ClO2– B.O = 1.5 1
ClO3– B.O = 1.66 E0cell = 1.470

ClO4 B.O = 1.75 E 0cell = E0H+ / H - E0M2+ / M
OR 2

ClO < ClO2– < ClO3– < ClO4–



E0M2+ / M = -1.470 V
B.O. 1.0 1.5 1.66 1.75
75. Ag | Ag+(0.1M) || Ag+(1M) Ag
59. All are symmetrical molecule
60. Bond angle µ % S-character 2.303RT C 0.059 1
Ecell = log 2 = log
nF C1 1 0.1
= 0.059 log10 = 0.059 V
76. Anode – PbSO4 + 2e– ® Pb + SO42–
Cathode –
PbSO4 + 2H2O ® PbO2 + 4H+ + SO42– + 2e–
77. e– ® Ag
At cathode Ag+ +
61. BeCl4–2– Sp3 – 109° 281
1
BeCl3–– Sp2 – 120° At anode 2OH– ® H2O + O2 + 2e–
BeCl2– Sp – 180° 2
62. NH 2– NH 3 NH 4 + 1
108 ´ 32
sp 3 sp 3 sp 3 EAg = ; E O2 = 2 =8
l.P 2 1 0 1 2
63. Bond angle for multiple bond > bond angle for
WAg WO2 1.6 ´ 108
single bond. =
OR E Ag E O2 Þ WAg = 8
= 21.6gm
Multiple bond exert more repulsion
66. In P. 3pp – 3pp is 78. E oZn2+ / Zn < E oFe2+ / Fe , so Zn will reduce Fe2+.
68 sp3d2 (2Lp+5s)
79. Ù oM (C 6 H 5COOH) = Ù oC H COO - + Ù Ho +
OR 6 5
3 3
sp d hybridisation with 2LP. = 42 + 288.42 = 330.42
1
69. k = cell constant × ÙCM 12.8
R a= = = 0.0387 , µ = 3.9%
Þ cell constant=R × k = 0.012 × 55 = 0.66cm–1 ÙM 330.42
o

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[H + ] 106. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 52


0.059
81. EOP = E°OP – log 107. c,d, and e are correct
1 p1/H22
108. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 52
[H+] = 10–10, p H2 = 1 109. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 53
EOP = 0.59 V 110. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 53
113. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 53
82. (
E 0Cell = E0red ) cathode
(
- E0red ) Anode 114. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 53
E 0Cell = y – x 115. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 54
119. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 56
k 120. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 56
83. leq. = 1000 ´
C 121. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 56
1000 ´ 26 ´ 10 -2 122. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 57
= = 1.3 × 102 S cm2 eq–1 124. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 57
2
125. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 57
C2 0.1 127. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 57,58
84. Ecell = 0.0591 log = 0.0591 log
C1 0.001 129. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 58
Ecell = 0.1182 V 130. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 59
131. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 58
25 ´ 60
85. Quantity of electricity passed = = 1.5 132. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 60
1000
133. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 60
1 136. NCERT-XI Pg.# 101
\ 1.5 C will deposit Ca = ´ 1.5 mol
2 ´ 96500 137. NCERT-XI Pg.# 101
1 139. NCERT-XI Pg.# 102
= ´ 1.5 ´ 6.02 ´ 10 23 = 4.68 × 10 18 141. NCERT-XI Pg.# 102
2 ´ 96500
144. NCERT-XI Pg.# 102
atoms
146. NCERT-XI Pg.# 101
WK WAl 19.5 WAl 148. NCERT-XI Pg # 104, fig-7.6(c) (H)
86. = =
E K E Al , 19.5 9 152. NCERT-XI Pg.# 103
WAl = 9g 153. NCERT-XI Pg.# 103
154. NCERT-XI Pg.# 104, 105
2.303RT éëCu2+ ùû
87. E = E° – log 155. NCERT-XI Pg.# 103
2
nF éëAg+ ùû 157. NCERT-XI Pg.# 103
158. NCERT-XI Pg.# 105
88. At anode oxidation occurs which results in the
159. NCERT-XI Pg# 105, Fig. 7.7(a) (H)
increase in concentration of cation in anode
164. NCERT-XI Pg# 109, fig.-7.11(H)
solution.
91. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 47 166. NCERT-XI Pg.# 110, 111
167. NCERT-XI Pg# 113, fig-7.16
92. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 47
93. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 47 168. NCERT-XI Pg.# 111
94. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 48 169. NCERT-XI Pg.# 113
95. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 48 170. NCERT-XI Pg# 112, (H)
96. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 46 171. NCERT-XI Pg# 113, fig.7.17
97. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 22 173. NCERT-XI Pg.# 112
98. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 21 174. NCERT-XI Pg.# 114 & 115 (H)
175. NCERT-XI Pg.# 116
100. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 49
101. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 50 176. NCERT-XI Pg.# 119 (H)
102. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 50 177. NCERT-XI Pg# 120, fig. 7.21 (H)
103. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 51 179. NCERT-XI Pg.# 106
104. NCERT (XI) Pg. # 51 180. NCERT-XI Pg.# 106

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