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Ïi;k bu funsZ 'kksa dks /;ku ls i<+ sA vkidks 5 feuV fo'ks "k :i ls bl dke ds fy, fn;s x;s gSa A

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS egRoiw . kZ funs Z ' k


Do not open this Test Booklet until you are asked to do so. bl ijh{kk iq fLrdk dks rc rd u [kksysa tc rd dgk u tk,A
1. Immediately fill in the form number on this page of the Test Booklet 1. ijh{kk iqfLrdk ds bl i`"B ij vko';d fooj.k uhys@dkys ckWy ikbaV isu
with Blue/Black Ball Point Pen. Use of pencil is strictly prohibited. ls rRdky HkjsaA isfUly dk iz;ksx fcYdqy oftZr gSaA
2. The candidates should not write their Form Number anywhere else 2. ijh{kkFkhZ viuk QkeZ ua- (fu/kkZfjr txg ds vfrfjä) ijh{kk iqfLrdk @ mÙkj
(except in the specified space) on the Test Booklet/Answer Sheet. i= ij dgha vkSj u fy[ksaA
3. The test is of 3 hours duration. 3. ijh{kk dh vof/k 3 ?ka V s gSA
4. The Test Booklet consists of 90 questions. The maximum marks 4. bl ijh{kk iqfLrdk esa 90 iz'u gaSA vf/kdre vad 360 gSaA
are 360.

5. There are three parts in the question paper A,B,C consisting of 5. bl ijh{kk iqfLrdk es a rhu Hkkx A, B, C gSa] ftlds izR;sd Hkkx esa
Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics having 30 questions in each
HkkSfrd foKku] jlk;u foKku ,oa xf.kr ds 30 iz'u gaS vkSj lHkh iz'uksa ds vad
part of equal weightage. Each question is allotted 4 (four) marks for
correct response.
leku gASa izR;sd iz'u ds lgh mÙkj ds fy, 4 (pkj)vad fuèkkZfjr fd;s x;s gAaS

6. One Fourth mark will be deducted for indicated incorrect response 6. izR;sd xyr mÙkj ds fy, ml iz'u ds dqy vad dk ,d pkSF kkbZ vad dkVk
of each question. No deduction from the total score will be made tk;sxkA mÙkj iqfLrdk esa dksbZ Hkh mÙkj ugha Hkjus ij dqy izkIrkad esa ls
if no response is indicated for an item in the Answer Sheet.
½.kkRed vadu ugha gksxkA
7. Use Blue/Black Ball Point Pen only for writting particulars/marking 7. mÙkj i= ds i` " B&1 ,oa i` " B&2 ij okafNr fooj.k ,oa mÙkj vafdr djus gsrq
responses on Side–1 and Side–2 of the Answer Sheet. dsoy uhys@ dkys ckW y ikba V isu dk gh iz;ksx djsaA
Use of pencil is strictly prohibited. isf Uly dk iz ;ksx loZ Fkk oftZr gSA
8. No candidate is allowed to carry any textual material, printed or written, 8. ijh{kkFkhZ }kjk ijh{kk d{k @ gkWy esa ifjp; i= ds vykok fdlh Hkh
bits of papers, pager, mobile phone any electronic device etc, except izdkj dh ikB~; lkexzh eqfær ;k gLrfyf[kr dkxt dh ifpZ;ksa] istj]
the Identity Card inside the examination hall/room. eksckby Qksu ;k fdlh Hkh izdkj ds bysDVªkfud midj.kksa ;k fdlh vU;
izdkj dh lkexzh dks ys tkus ;k mi;ksx djus dh vuqefr ugha gSaA
9. Rough work is to be done on the space provided for this purpose in 9. jQ dk;Z ijh{kk iqfLrdk esa dsoy fu/kkZfjr txg ij gh dhft;sA
the Test Booklet only.

10. On completion of the test, the candidate must hand over the Answer 10. ijh{kk lekIr gksus ij] ijh{kkFkhZ d{k@gkWy NksM+us ls iwoZ mÙkj i= d{k fujh{kd
Sheet to the invigilator on duty in the Room/Hall. However, the dks vo'; lkiSa nsAa ijh{kkFkhZ vius lkFk bl ijh{kk iq fLrdk dks ys tk
candidate are allowed to take away this Test Booklet with them.
ldrs gaS A
11. Do not fold or make any stray marks on the Answer Sheet. 11. mÙkj i= dks u eksMa+s ,oa u gh ml ij vU; fu'kku yxk,saA
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PART A - PHYSICS
1. A rod P of length 1m is hinged at one end A 1. yEckbZ 1m okyh NM+ P dks ,d fljs A ls dhydhr
and there is a ring attached to the other end.
fd;k tkrk gS rFkk blds nwljs fljs ls ,d oy; tqM+h gqbZ
Another long rod Q is hinged at B and it passes
gSA ,d vU; yEch NM+ Q dks fcUnq B ls dhydhr
through the ring. The rod P is rotated about an
fd;k tkrk gS rFkk ;g oy; ls gksdj xqtjrh gSA NM+ P
axis which is perpendicular to plane in which
both the rods are present and the variation dks ,d v{k ds lkis{k ?kqek;k tkrk gS tks ml ry ds
between the angles q and f are plotted as yEcor~ gS ftlesa nksuksa NM+s fo|eku gAS dks.k q o f ds
shown. The distance between the hinges A and e/; ifjorZu fp= esa n'kkZ;k x;k gAS dhyd A o B ds
B is :-
e/; nwjh gksxh :-

f f

Q P Q P
f q A f q A
B q B q
60° 60°

(1) 3m (2) 2m (1) 3m (2) 2m

(3) 1m (4) 0.5m (3) 1m (4) 0.5m

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2. Two concentric conducting thin spherical shells 2. f=T;k a rFkk b (b > a) okys nks ladUs æh; pkyd irys
of radii a and b (b > a) are given charges Q and
xksykdkj dks'kksa dks Øe'k% Q o –2Q vkos'k fn;s tkrs
–2Q respectively. The electric field along a line
gaSA dsUæ ls nwjh r rFkk dsUæ ls xqtjus okyh js[kk ds
passing through centre as a function of distance
(r) from centre is given by :- vuqfn'k fo|qr {ks= ds e/; vkjs[k gksxk %&
E E

(1) (2) (1) (2)


a b r a b r

E E E E

(3) (4) (3) (4)


a b r a r a b r a b r
b

3. The maximum possible acceleration of a train 3. ,d lh/ks Vªd s ij xfr'khy Vªus dk vf/kdre laHkkfor
moving on a straight track is 10 m/s2 and Roj.k 10 m/s2 rFkk vf/kdre laHkkfor eanu 5 m/s2
maximum possible retardation is 5 m/s2. If
gAS ;fn Vªus dh vf/kdre izkIr dh tk ldus okyh pky
maximum achievable speed of train is 10m/s
10m/s gks rks ;g fojkekoLFkk ls izkjEHk gksdj 135m dh
then minimum time in which train can complete
a journey of 135m starting from rest and ending nw j h ij tkdj :dus es a U;w u re fdruk le;
at rest, is :- ysxh %&
(1) 5s (2) 10s (3) 15s (4) 20s (1) 5s (2) 10s (3) 15s (4) 20s
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4. A metal wire PQ slides on parallel metallic rails 4. ,d /kkfRod rkj PQ ux.; izfrjks/k okyh rFkk 0.25 m
having separation 0.25 m, each having nwjh ij fLFkr nks lekUrj /kkfRod iVfj;ksa ij xfr djrk
negligible resistance. There is a 2W resistor and
gSA ;gk¡ 2W izfrjks/k o 10V dh cVS jh fp=kuqlkj yxs
10V battery as shown in figure. There is a
uniform magnetic field directed into the plane gq, gaSA ;gk¡ 0.5 T ifjek.k dk ,d le:i pqEcdh;
of the paper of magnitude 0.5 T. A force of {ks= dkxt ds ry esa vanj dh vksj dk;Zjr gAS rkj PQ
0.5N to the left is required to keep the wire PQ dks nka;h vksj fu;r pky ls xfr'khy cuk;s j[kus 0.5N
moving with constant speed to the right. With
dk cy cka;h vksj yxkuk iM+rk gAS rkj PQ fdl pky ls
what speed is the wire PQ moving ? (Neglect
self inductance of the loop)
xfr'khy g\ S (ywi dk LoizsjdRo ux.; ekfu;s)
P
P
10V
10V

0.25 m
0.25 m
2W
2W

Q
Q

(1) 8 m/s (2) 16 m/s


(1) 8 m/s (2) 16 m/s
(3) 24 m/s (4) 32 m/s (3) 24 m/s (4) 32 m/s
5. A rod of length L is held vertically on a smooth 5. yEckbZ L okyh ,d NM+ dks fpduh {kfS rt lrg ij
horizontal surface. The top end of the rod is ÅèokZ/kj jksddj j[kk x;k gAS NM+ ds Åijh fljs ij ,d
given a gentle push. At a certain instant of time,
gYdk /kDdk fn;k tkrk gAS fdlh {k.k tc NM+ {kSfrt ds
when the rod makes an angle q with horizontal
lkFk q dks.k cukrh gS] ml {k.k NM+ ds æO;eku dsUæ dk
the velocity of COM of the rod is v0. The
velocity of the end of the rod in contact with osx v0 izkIr gksrk gAS bl {k.k lrg ds lkFk lEidZ esa
the surface at that instant is : fLFkr NM+ ds fljs dk osx gksxk %&
(1) v0 cot q (2) v0 cos q (1) v0 cot q (2) v0 cos q
(3) v0 sin q (4) v0 tan q (3) v0 sin q (4) v0 tan q

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6. In a YDSE setup the intensity due to two 6. ,d YDSE O;oLFkk esa nks dyklaxr iqatksa ds dkj.k
coherent beams differ from each other by 1%. mRiUu rhozrkvksa esa 1% dk varj gAS ;fn ,d iqat dh
If one of the beam has intensity I, then intensity
rhozrk I gks rks fufEu"B dh rhozrk gksxh %&
of minima is :-
I
(1) I(10 ) –2 I
(2) 10 (
-2
) (1) I(10–2) (2)
2
(
10 -2 )
2
I I
(3)
I
(
10 -2 ) I
(4) 10
-4
( ) (3)
3
(
10 -2 ) (4)
4
(
10 -4 )
3 4
7. Correct output for given logic circuit and inputs 7. fn, x, rkfdZd ifjiFk rFkk fuos'kh ds fy, lgh fuxZr
is :- gksxk %&
A
A
B C
B C

A B
A B
t
T0 2T 0 2T0 t
T0 2T 0 2T0

output output output


output

(1) t (2) (1) t (2)

output output output


output

t (3) (4) t
(3) T0
(4) T0 2T0
2T0

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8. A plane electromagnetic wave is travelling in 8. ,d lery fo|qr pqEcdh; rjax /kukRed X-v{k esa
the positive X-axis. At the instant shown xfr'khy gAS iznf'kZr {k.k ij lhekUr ladjs fcUnqdhr
electric field at the extremely narrow dashed
vk;r ij fo|qr {ks= ½.kkRed z fn'kk esa gS rFkk bldk
rectangle is in the -ve z direction and its
ifjek.k c<+ jgk gAS fuEu esa ls dkuS lk vkjs[k vk;r dh
magnitude is increasing. Which diagram
correctly shows the direction and relative Hkqtkvksa ij pqEcdh; {ks= dh fn'kk rFkk lkisf{kd ifjek.kksa
magnitudes of magnetic field at the edges of dks n'kkZrk gS %&
rectangle :-
y
y
E
E
x
x
small
z
small
z

® ®
® ® E E
E E x x
(1) x
(2) x (1) (2)

® ® ® ®
E E E E
x x x x
(3) (4) (3) (4)

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9. A person lives in a high rise building at a height 9. ,d O;fä unh ds fdukjs ij fLFkr 30m Å¡ph bZekjr esa
30m on the bank of a river. Across the river is a jgrk gAS unh ds nwljh vksj ,d 60m Å¡pkbZ dk izdk'k
well lit tower of height 60m. When person looks LrEHk gSA tc ;g O;fä ,d /kzqod dh lgk;rk ls unh
through a polarizer at an appropriate angle at dh lrg ls ijkofrZr gksdj bl izdk'k LrEHk ds 'kh"kZ ls
light from top of tower reflecting from the river
vkus okys izdk'k dks ,d mfpr dks.k ij ns[krk gS rks mls
surface, he finds intensity of light is least. If
izdk'k dh rhozrk U;wure izkIr gksrh gAS ;fn ty dk
4
refractive index of water is , width of river is :- 4
3 viorZukad gks rks unh dh pkM
S +kbZ gksxh %&
3

60m 60m
30m 30m

(1) 120m (2) 80m (3) 60m (4) 40m (1) 120m (2) 80m (3) 60m (4) 40m
10. The drawing shows a top view of a frictionless 10. fp= esa ,d ?k"kZ.kjfgr {kSfrt lrg dk Åij ls ns[kk x;k
horizontal surface, where there are two n`'; n'kkZ;k x;k g]S tgk¡ nks ,d tl S h fLizaxas m1 o m2
indentical springs with particles of mass m1 æO;eku okys d.kksa ls tqM+h gqbZ gAS izR;sd fLizax dk fLiazx
and m2 attached to them. Each spring has a fu;rkad 1200 N/m gAS d.kksa dks nk¡;h vksj f[kapdj
spring constant of 1200 N/m. The particles are fp= esa n'kkZ;h x;h fLFkfr;ksa ls fojkekoLFkk ls NksM+k
pulled to the right and then released from the tkrk gAS ;fn m1 = 3.0 kg rFkk m2 = 27 kg gks rks ;s
positions shown in the drawing. How much
d.k izFke ckj iqu% ,d gh lh/k esa fdrus le; i'pkr~
time passes before the particles are again side
by side for the first time if m1 = 3.0 kg and
vk;sxas ?
m2 = 27 kg ? 10cm
10cm m1
m1
m2
m2

Natural length Natural length


p p 3p p p p 3p p
(1) sec (2) sec (3) sec (4) sec (1) sec (2) sec (3) sec (4) sec
40 20 40 10 40 20 40 10
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11. A smooth rightangled wedge of mass M is kept 11. æO;eku M okyk ,d fpduk vk;rkdkj ost fp=kuqlkj
on a smooth horizontal surface as shown. A fpduh {kfS rt lrg ij j[kk gqvk gAS ,d æO;eku m dks
mass m is released from top of wedge when m ost ds Åij ls fojkekoLFkk ls NksM+k tkrk gS rFkk tc ;g
reaches ground its speed is V. Work done by
/kjkry ij igq¡prk gS rks bldh pky V gksrh gAS èkjkry
normal contact force on m, while it comes down
ij vkus ij m ij vfHkyEc lEidZ cy }kjk fd;k x;k
to ground is :-
m
dk;Z gksxk %&
1 2 µ=0 m
(1) - mv 1 2 µ=0
2 (1) - mv
M 2
M
1 2 µ=0
(2) - Mv 1 2
2 (2) - Mv µ=0
2

1 m 2v2 1 M 2v2 1 m 2v2 1 M 2v2


(3) - (4) - (3) - (4) -
2 M 2 m 2 M 2 m

12. A transverse wave is passing through a 12. ,d vuqizLFk rjax fdlh ruh gqbZ jLlh ls 20 m/s dh
stretched string with a speed of 20 m/s. The pky ls gksdj xqtjrh gAS jLlh esa ruko dk eku 20 N
tension in the string is 20 N. At a certain point gAS jLlh ij ,d fcUnq P ij ;g ik;k x;k fd bl {k.k
P on the string, it is observed that energy is
ij ÅtkZ 40 mW dh nj ls LFkkukUrfjr gksrh gAS fcUnq P
being transferred at a rate of 40 mW at a given
dh pky gksxh %&
instant. Find the speed of point P.
(1) 40 cm/s (2) 20 cm/s
(1) 40 cm/s (2) 20 cm/s
(3) 2 mm/s (4) 20 mm/s (3) 2 mm/s (4) 20 mm/s

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13. In the circuit shown, power factor of circuit is 13. iznf'kZr ifjiFk esa ifjiFk dk 'kfä xq.kkad 1 rFkk ckWDl
3
1 and power factor of box is . Find reading 3
5 dk 'kfä xq.kkad gAS vehVj dk ikB~;kad gksxk %&
5
of ammeter :- C = 1mF
(1) 5A C = 1mF
(1) 5A Box Box

(2) 6A (2) 6A

(3) 4A A W (3) 4A A W
90V, 25 rad/s 90V, 25 rad/s
(4) 3A (4) 3A
14. A thin plate separates two liquids of coefficients 14. nks fLFkj IysVksa ds e/; Hkjs gq, h rFkk 4 h ';kurk xq.kkadksa
of viscosity h and 4 h kept between two fixed ed okys nks æoksa dks ,d iryh IysV fp=kuqlkj i`Fkd&i`Fkd
plates as shown. If plate has to be pulled by djrh gAS ;fn bl IysV dks U;wure cy yxkdj [khapk
d2
applying minimum force then d is :- d2
1 tk, rks d dk eku gksxk :-
1

h d1 h d1
F F
4h d2 4h d2

(1) 1 (2) 2 (1) 1 (2) 2


(3) 3 (4) 4 (3) 3 (4) 4
15. Two particles of equal masses are moving with 15. leku æO;eku okys nks d.k leku pky ls 60° ds dks.k
equal speeds at an angle 60°. de-Broglie ij xfr'khy gaSA bu d.kksa dh Mh&czksXyh rjaxn/S ;Z l gAS
wavelength of these particles is l . Find
d.kksa ds æO;eku dsUæ ra= esa bu d.kksa dh Mh&czkXs yh
de-Brooglie wavelength of the particles in the
frame of centre of mass of particles :-
rjaxn/S ;Z gksxh %&
(1) l (2) 2 l (1) l (2) 2 l
(3) 3 l (4) 4 l (3) 3 l (4) 4 l
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16. A container of mass m is pulled by a constant 16. æO;eku m okys ,d ik= dks fu;r cy ls [khapk tkrk
force in which a second block of same mass m gAS bl CykWd ds vUnj leku æO;eku m okyk ,d vU;
is placed connected to the wall by a mass-less
CykWd k fu;rkad okyh æO;ekughu fLizax }kjk nhokj ls
spring of constant k. Initially the spring is in
its natural length. Velocity of the container at tqM+k gqvk gAS izkjEHk esa fLizax viuh izkd`frd yEckbZ esa
the instant compression in spring is maximum gAS fLiazx esa izFke ckj laihM+u vf/kdre gksus ij ik= dk
for the first time :- osx gksxk %&
m m

F F
m m

1 pF 1 1 pF 1
(1) pF (2) (1) pF (2)
2km 2 2km 2km 2 2km

1 pF 1 1 pF 1
(3) pF (4) (3) pF (4)
km 2 km km 2 km
17. When the gap is closed without placing any 17. tc 0.005 mm vYirekad okys fdlh LØwxt s ds tcM+kas
object in the screw gauge whose least count is ds e/; dksbZ oLrq ugha j[kh tkrh rks blds o`Ùkkdkj ieS kus
0.005 mm, the 5th division on its circular scale
dk ik¡pok Hkkx eq[; ieS kus ij lanHkZ js[kk ds lEikrh
with the reference line on main scale, and when
a small sphere is placed reading on main scale gksrk gS rFkk tc ,d NksVs xksys dks tcM+kas ds eè; j[krs gaS
advances by 4 divisions, whereas circular scale rks eq[; ieS kus dk ikB~;kad pkj Hkkx vkxs c<+ tkrk gS
reading advances by five times to the tcfd o`Ùkkdkj ieS kus dk ikB~;kad ik¡p Hkkx vkxs c<+
corresponding reading when no object was
tkrk gAS ;fn o`Ùkkdkj ieS kus ij 200 Hkkx cus gksa rks xksys
placed. There are 200 divisions on the circular
scale. The radius of the sphere is :- dh f=T;k gksxh %&
(1) 4.10 mm (2) 4.05 mm (1) 4.10 mm (2) 4.05 mm
(3) 2.10 mm (4) 2.05 mm (3) 2.10 mm (4) 2.05 mm

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18. In the figure shown, amount of heat supplied 18. iznf'kZr vkjs[k esa ,d eksy vkn'kZ xl
S dks nh xbZ Å"ek
to one mole of an ideal gas is plotted on the dh ek=k dks {kSfrt v{k ij rFkk xl S }kjk fd;s x;s dk;Z
horizontal axis and amount of work done by
dh ek=k dks Å/okZ/kj v{k ij fy;k x;k gAS izØe dks
gas is drawn on vertical axis. Assuming process
be isobaric i.e. gas can be :- lenkch; ekuus ij ;g xl S gks ldrh gS %&
W(J) W(J)

32 32
30 30
20 20
10 10
Q(J) Q(J)
20 40 60 80 20 40 60 80
(1) He (2) CO (3) CO2 (4) NH3 (1) He (2) CO (3) CO2 (4) NH3
19. Point charges are fixed at the hour marks of a 19. fdlh nhokj ?kM+h ij vafdr ?k.Vksa dks n'kkZus okys fpUg~kas
wall clock as shown. If net dipole moment of ij fcUnq vkos'k fp=kuqlkj j[ks x;s gSaA ;fn bl fudk;
the system is along the direction of hour hand dk dqy f}/kzqo vk?kw.kZ ?k.Vs okyh lqbZ dh fn'kk ds vuqfn'k
then time shown by clock is :-
gks rks ?kM+h }kjk n'kkZ;k x;k le; gksxk %&
(1) 12'O' Clock
(1) 12'O' Clock
(2) 3'O' Clock (2) 3'O' Clock
(3) 6'O' Clock (3) 6'O' Clock
(4) 9'O' Clock (4) 9'O' Clock
20. A household refrigerator with a coefficient 20. ,d ?kjsyw jsfÝtjsVj dk n{krk xq.kkad 1.2 gS rFkk ;g
of performance 1.2 removes heat from the 60kJ/min dh nj ls Å"ek gVkrk gAS ;fn bls izR;sd
refrigerated space at the rate of 60kJ/min fnu pkj ?k.Vs pyk;k tk, rFkk ,d fo|qr bdkbZ dk
. What would be cost of running this fridge
for one month (30 days) (assuming each day
ewY; 6 :i;s gks rks bl fÝt dks 30 fnuksa rd pykus ds
it is used for 4 hours and cost of one electrical fy, fdruk [kpZ ogu djuk gksxk %&
unit is 6Rs.) :- (1) 180 Rs. (2) 300 Rs.
(1) 180 Rs. (2) 300 Rs.
(3) 480Rs. (4) 600 Rs.
(3) 480Rs. (4) 600 Rs.
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21. A meter bridge set up as shown to determine 21. fp= esa A rFkk B ij vUR; la'kks/ku Kkr djus ds fy,
end correction at A and B. When a resistance
ehVj lsrq O;oLFkk n'kkZ;h xbZ gAS tc ck¡;s fjä&LFkku esa
of 15W is used in left gap and of 20W in right
15W izfrjks/k rFkk nk¡;s fjä&LFkku esa 20W izfrjks/k iz;qä
gap, then null point comes at a distance 42cm
from A. When these resistances are fd;k tkrk gS rks larqyu fcUnq A ls 42cm dh nwjh ij
interchanged null point comes at a distance izkIr gksrk gAS bu izfrjks/kksa dks vkil esa varZifjofrZr
57cm from A. Values of end corrections are :-
djus ij lUrqyu fcUnq A ls 57cm dh nwjh ij izkIr gksrk
gAS vUR; la'kks/ku ds eku gS %&

A B G

A B

(1) 1 cm, 2 cm (2) 2 cm, 3 cm


(1) 1 cm, 2 cm (2) 2 cm, 3 cm
(3) 3 cm, 4 cm (4) 3 cm, 2 cm (3) 3 cm, 4 cm (4) 3 cm, 2 cm

22. The total intensity of earth's magnetic field at 22. pqEcdh; fo"kqor~ ij i`Foh ds pqEcdh; {ks= dh dqy
the magnetic equator is 5 units. Its value at a rhozrk 5 bdkbZ gAS bldk eku 37° pqEcdh; v{kka'k ij
magnetic latitude of 37° is equal to :-
gksxk %&
(1) 73 units (2) 52 units (1) 73 units (2) 52 units
(3) 4 units (4) 3 units (3) 4 units (4) 3 units
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23. A hollow sphere of radius R is filled completely 23. f=T;k R okys ,d [kks[kys xksys dks r ?kuRo ds vkn'kZ
with an ideal liquid of density r. sphere is æo ls iw.kZr;k Hkj fn;k tkrk gAS xksyk 2g Roj.k ds lkFk
moving horizontally with an acceleration 2g,
{kSfrt :i ls xfr'khy g]S tgk¡ g xq:Roh; Roj.k gAS ;fn
where g is acceleration due to gravity in the
space. If minimum pressure of liquid is P0, then
æo dk U;wure nkc P0 gks rks xksys ds dsUæ ij nkc
pressure at the centre of sphere is :- gksxk %&

2g 2g

(1) P0 + rgR (2) P0 + rg R 2 (1) P0 + rgR (2) P0 + rg R 2

rgR rgR
(3) P0 + rg R 5 (4) P0 + (3) P0 + rg R 5 (4) P0 +
5 5

24. In AM transmission, band width of 24. fdlh AM lEiz s"k.k esa lEiz s"k.k dh cS.M pkSM+ kbZ
transmission is 10 kHZ and carrier frequency 10 kHZ rFkk okgd vko`fÙk 100 kHZ gAS rc ik'oZ
is 100 kHZ, then side band frequencies are cS.M vko`fÙk;k¡ gksxh :-
given by :-
(1) 90 kHZ & 110 kHZ
(1) 90 kHZ & 110 kHZ
(2) 95 kHZ, 105 kHZ
(2) 95 kHZ, 105 kHZ
(3) 100 kHZ, 110 kHZ
(3) 100 kHZ, 110 kHZ
(4) 90 kHZ, 100 kHZ
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25. A sample of paramagnetic salt contains 25. fdlh vuqpqEcdh; yo.k ds izfrn'kZ esa 20 × 1024
20 × 1024 atomic dipoles each of dipole moment ijekf.od f}/kzqo gSa] ftuesa ls izR;sd dk f}/kzqo vk?kw.kZ
1.5 × 10–23J T –1. The sample is placed under a
1.5 × 10–23J T –1 gAS bl izfrn'kZ dks 0.84 T ds le:i
homogeneous magnetic field of 0.84 T, and
pqEcdh; {ks= esa j[kdj 4.2 K rkieku rd B.Mk fd;k
cooled to a temperature of 4.2 K. The degree
of magnetic saturation achieved is equal to tkrk gAS izkIr dh xbZ pqEcdh; lar`Irk dh dksfV 15%
15%. What is the total dipole moment g S A pq E cdh; {ks = 0.98 T rFkk rkieku
(approximate) of the sample for a magnetic 2.8 K ds fy, bl izfrn'kZ dk dqy f}/kzqo vk?kw.kZ
field of 0.98 T and a temperature of 2.8 K? (yxHkx) D;k gksxk ? (D;wjh dk fu;e yxk;s).
(Assume Curie's law).
–1 –1 (1) 7.9 J T –1 (2) 52.5 J T –1
(1) 7.9 J T (2) 52.5 J T
(3) 30 J T –1
(4) 4.6 J T –1 (3) 30 J T –1 (4) 4.6 J T –1
26. Figure shows the variation of the gravitatioal 26. fp= esa pkj xzgksa ds xq:Roh; Roj.k ag esa xzg ds dsUæ ls
acceleration ag of four planets with the radial
f=T;h; nwjh r ds lkFk ifjorZu dks n'kkZ;k x;k g]S tgk¡
distance r from the centre of the planet for
r ³ radius of the planet. Plots 1 and 2 coincide r ³ xzg dh f=T;k gAS vkjs[k 1 rFkk 2, r ³ R2 ds fy,
for r ³ R2 and plots 3 and 4 coincide for r ³ R4. rFkk 3 o 4, r ³ R4 ds fy, lEikrh gaSA bu xzgksa dks buds
The sequence of the planets in the descending
order of their densities is : ?kuRo ds ?kVrs gq, Øe esa O;ofLFkr dhft, %&

1 1
2 2
ag ag
3 3
4 4

O R1 R2 R4 r O R1 R2 R4 r
R3 R3
(1) 1, 2, 3, 4 (2) 4, 3, 2, 1 (1) 1, 2, 3, 4 (2) 4, 3, 2, 1
(3) 2, 1, 4, 3 (4) 1, 2, 4, 3 (3) 2, 1, 4, 3 (4) 1, 2, 4, 3
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27. In a city sound intensity level increases 27. fdlh 'kgj esa /ofu rhozrk dk Lrj izfr o"kZ ,dleku
uniformly by about 1dB annually. How many :i ls yxHkx 1dB c<+ tkrk gAS /ofu dh rhozrk dks
years will it take for intensity of sound to
nqxuk gksus esa fdruk le; yxsxk %&
become double :-
(1) 1 o"kZ
(1) 1 year
(2) 2 o"kZ
(2) 2 year

(3) 3 year (3) 3 o"kZ

(4) 4 year (4) 4 o"kZ

28. A radioactive sample decays by two modes by 28. ,d jsfM;kslfØ; izfrn'kZ nks fo/kkvksa a fo?kVu rFkk
a decay and by b-decay. 66.6% of times it b-fo?kVu }kjk {kf;r gksrk gSA bldk 66.6% Hkkx
decays by a-decay and 33.3% of times, it a-fo?kVu }kjk rFkk 33.3% Hkkx b-fo?kVu }kjk fo?kfVr
decays by b-decay. If half life of sample is 60
gksrk gAS ;fn izfrn'kZ dh v/kZvk;q 60 o"kZ gks rks izfrn'kZ
years then what will be half life of sample, if it
dh v/kZ&vk;q D;k gksxh ;fn ;g dsoy a -fo?kVu }kjk
decays only by a - decay.
gh fo?kfVr gksrk gks %&
(1) 30 years
(1) 30 o"kZ
(2) 90 years
(2) 90 o"kZ
(3) 120 years (3) 120 o"kZ

(4) 180 years (4) 180 o"kZ


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29. One mole of an ideal gas undergoes a cyclic 29. ,d eksy vkn'kZ xl S ,sls pØh; izØe ls gksdj xqtjrh gS
process, consisting of two isochores and two tks nks levk;rfud rFkk nks lenkch; js[kkvksa ls feydj
isobars. Temperature at 1 and 3 equal to T1 and
cuk gAS 1 rFkk 3 ij rkieku Øe'k% T1 o T3 gAS ;fn
T3 respectively. The work done by the gas over
the cycle, if the point 2 and 4 lie on the same
fcUnq 2 rFkk 4 ,d gh lerkih; js[kk ij gks rks lEiw.kZ
isotherm :- pØ esa xl S }kjk fd;k x;k dk;Z gksxk %&

P P

3 2 3
2

4 1 4
1
V V

R(T1 + T3 ) R(T1 + T3 )
(1) (2) R( T3 - T1 )2 (1) 2
(2) R( T3 - T1 )2
2

R R
(3) ( T1 + T3 )2 (4) R T1T2 (3) 2
( T1 + T3 )2 (4) R T1T2
2

30. Two steel wires of same length but radii r and 30. leku yEckbZ rFkk r o 2 r f=T;kvksa okys LVhy ds nks
2r are connected together end to end and tied rkjksa dks fljs ls fljk tksM+dj fp=kuqlkj ,d nhokj ls
to a wall as shown. The force stretches the cka/k fn;k tkrk gAS bl la;kstu dks cy }kjk 10 mm
combination by 10 mm. How far does the rd f[kapk tkrk gSA e/; fcUnq A fdruh nwjh rd
midpoint A move :- foLFkkfir gksxk %&
R ad iu s= r A R ad iu s= 2 r R ad iu s= r A R ad iu s= 2 r

L L L L

(1) 2 mm (2) 4 mm (1) 2 mm (2) 4 mm


(3) 6 mm (4) 8 mm (3) 6 mm (4) 8 mm

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PART B - CHEMISTRY
31. Observe the following graph for the de-Broglie 31. ,d dkYifud vkosf'kr d.k (q = 1.6 × 10–19C) dh
wavelength of a hypothetical charged particle Mh&czksXyh rjaxn/S ;Z ds fy, fn;s x;s fuEu xzkQ ij fopkj
dhft,A d.k dk nzO;eku Kkr dhft,A
(q = 1.6 × 10–19C). Find the mass of the particle

(m)
(m)

5)
n (0.
–1

n (0.
–1 5) q = ta
q = ta –1/2
–1/2 V
V –1/2
(volt )
–1/2
(volt )

(h = 6.0 × 10–34 J-s)


(h = 6.0 × 10–34 J-s)

(1) 45 × 10–49 kg (2) 45 × 10–45 kg (1) 45 × 10–49 kg (2) 45 × 10–45 kg

(3) 4.5 × 10–45 kg (4) 4.5 × 10–45 gm (3) 4.5 × 10–45 kg (4) 4.5 × 10–45 gm

32. 4.3 gm of an alkane is burnt in sufficient 32. 4.3 gm ,sYdsu dks i;kZIr vkWDlhtu esa tyk;k x;kA
oxygen. The CO2 formed reacts completely fufeZr CO2 ] 300 ml, 2N NaOH foy;u ds lkFk
with 300 ml, 2N NaOH solution producing iw.kZ vfHkfØ;k djds Na2CO3 cukrh gAS ,sYdsu gksuh
Na2CO3. The alkane should be pkgh,

(1) C3H8 (2) C12H26 (1) C3H8 (2) C12H26

(3) C6H14 (4) C2H6 (3) C6H14 (4) C2H6

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33. Z vs P graph of four gases is given below at 33. pkj xl
S ksa ds leku rki ij Z vs P oØ fups fn;s x;s
same temperature gS
Z Z

z=1 A z=1 A
B B
C C
D D

P P
Which of the gases will have the highest value fuEu esa ls fdl xl
S ds ØkfUrd rki dk eku vf/kdre
of critical temperature. gksxk
(1) D (2) C (1) D (2) C
(3) B (4) A (3) B (4) A
34. For the reaction : 34. vfHkfØ;k :
1 3 1 3
NH3(g) N2(g) + H2(g) ; KP NH3(g) N2(g) + H2(g) ; KP
2 2 2 2
The degree of dissociation (a) of NH3 is related ds fy, NH3 ds fo;kstu dh ek=k (a) dqy lkE; nkc
to total equilibrium pressure (Pº) as : (Pº) ls fuEu izdkj lEcfU/kr gS :
1 1 1 1
- -
æ 3 3 Pº ö 2 æ 3 3 Pº ö 2 æ 3 3 Pº ö 2 æ 3 3 Pº ö 2
(1) a = çç1 + ÷ (2) a = çç 1 + ÷ (1) a = çç1 + ÷ (2) a = çç 1 + ÷
è 4K P ÷ø è 4K P ÷ø 4K P ÷ø 4K P ÷ø
è è
1 1 1 1
- -
æ 3P ö 2 æ 3P ö 2
æ 3P ö 2 æ 3P ö 2
(3) a = çç1 + 0 ÷÷ (4) a = çç1 + 0 ÷÷ (3) a = çç1 + 0 ÷÷ (4) a = çç1 + 0 ÷÷
è 4K p ø è 4K p ø è 4K p ø è 4K p ø
35. What is the pH of solution obtained by mixing 35. 5.076 gm esfFky veksfu;e ukbVªVs (CH3NH3NO3)
5.076 gm of methyl ammonium nitrate dks 120 ml ] 0.225 M es f Fky ,s e hu
(CH 3 NH 3 NO 3 ) to 120 ml, 0.225 M (CH3NH2 ; Kb = 4 × 10–4) esa fefJr dj cuk;s x;s
methylamine (CH3NH2 ; Kb = 4 × 10–4). foy;u dh pH D;k gksxh
(1) 3.7 (2) 4.3 (1) 3.7 (2) 4.3
(3) 10.3 (4) 11 (3) 10.3 (4) 11
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36. For the 2 nd order reaction ; R ¾® P, the 36. 2nd dksfV vfHkfØ;k ; R ¾® P, ds fy, fuEu oØ
following graph holds true. lR; ik;k x;k

1
1
[R]
[R] –1
–1
= tan (0.5)
–1
(L mol )
= tan (0.5) (L mol–1)
2
2

0 0 Time (min)
Time (min)

xyr dFku dk p;u dhft,


Identify the incorrect statement.
(1) vfHkfØ;k dh v/kZ vk;q (t1/2) = 4 min gS
(1) The half life (t1/2) of reaction is 4 min
(2) R dh izkjEHkhd lkUnzrk 2 M gS
(2) Initial concentration of R is 2 M
(3) Initial concentration of R is 0.5 M (3) R dh izkjEHkhd lkUnzrk 0.5 M gS

(4) Time required for 75% completion (4) vfHkfØ;k dks 75% iw.kZ gksus ds fy, vko';d
of reaction is 0.2 hours le; 0.2 ?k.Vs gS
37. PbCl2 is dissolved in water to make its saturated 37. PbCl2 dks ty esa ?kksydj bldk lar`Ir foy;u cuk;k
solution. What will be the freezing point of this x;k A bl foy;u dk fgekad fcUnq D;k gksxk
solution.
fn;k gS : Kf (H2O) = 2 K kg mole–1,
Given : Kf (H2O) = 2 K kg mole , –1

Ksp (PbCl2) = 4 × 10–6


Ksp (PbCl2) = 4 × 10 –6

(eku fyft;s eksyjrk] eksyyrk ds leku g)S


(Assume molarity to be equal to molality)
(1) –0.04ºC (2) –0.06ºC (1) –0.04ºC (2) –0.06ºC
(3) –0.02ºC (4) –0.6ºC (3) –0.02ºC (4) –0.6ºC

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38. A current of 0.01 amp. is passed through a 38. 0.01 amp. dh /kkjk dks /kkrq czksekbM (M Brx) ds ,d
solution of a metal bromide (M Brx). The only foy;u ls izokghr fd;k x;kA vfHkfØ;k esa dsoy dFS kksM
reaction at the cathode is the deposition of metal ij /kkrq (M) ,df=r gks r h gAS 3 ?k.Vks ds i'pkr~
(M). After 3 hours, 0.072 gm of metal (M) is 0.072 gm /kkrq (M) ,df=r gksrh gAS 'x' dk eku
deposited. The value of 'x' is approximately yxHkx gS (fn;k gS : M dk ijek.kq Hkkj = 192)
(Given : Atomic wt. of M = 192)
(1) 1 (2) 2 (1) 1 (2) 2
(3) 3 (4) 4 (3) 3 (4) 4
39. Which of the following does not changes the 39. fuEu esa ls dkSulk dkjd SiC Bksl dk ?kuRo ifjofrZr
density of SiC solid. ugha djrk gS
(1) By substitution of some Si atoms by (1) dqN Si ijek.kqvksa dks dqN C ijek.kqvksa }kjk
some carbon atoms izfrLFkkiu ls
(2) fjfDrdk =qfV
(2) Vacancy defect
(3) "Ge" ds }kjk "Si" ;k "C" ds iz f rLFkkiu
(3) By substitution of "Si" or "C" by "Ge" ls
(4) By interchanging position of Si and (4) Si rFkk C- ijek.kqvksa dh fLFkfr;ksa esa vkilh
C-atoms ifjorZu ls
40. Which of the following statement is incorrect 40. fuEu esa ls dkuS lk dFku xyr gS tc ,d ra= esa mifLFkr
when a system consisting of ideal gas vkn'kZ xl S dk voLFkk ifjorZu gksrk gS
undergoes change of state. (1) mRØe.kh; ifjorZu ea,s DSuniv. = 0
(1) In reversible change, DSuniv. = 0
(2) vuqRØe.kh; ifjorZu ea,s DSuniv. ¹ 0
(2) In an irreversible change, DSuniv. ¹ 0
(3) ,d :¼ks"eh; izØe eas lnSo , DSsyst. = 0
(3) In an adiabatic process always DSsyst.= 0
(4) ,d levk;rfud izØe esa
(4) In an isochoric process,
æ T2 ö æ T2 ö
DSsyst. = nCv ln ç ÷ DSsyst. = nCv ln ç ÷
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41. The reagent used for toning in photography 41. QksVksxzkW Qh esa Vksfuax ds fy, iz;ksx fd;k tkus okyk
is : vfHkdeZd gS :
(1) AgNO3 (2) CuSO4 (1) AgNO3 (2) CuSO4
(3) HgCl2 (4) AuCl3 (3) HgCl2 (4) AuCl3
42. Which of the following pair of complex is 42. fuEu fdl ;qXe ds lady
q ;kSfxd milgla;kstu leko;oh
co-ordination isomers : gS :
(1) [Co(NH3)5Br]SO4 & [Co(NH3)5SO4]Br (1) [Co(NH3)5Br]SO4 rFkk [Co(NH3)5SO4]Br
(2) [Pt(NH3)4] [PtCl4] & [Pt(NH3)2Cl2] (2) [Pt(NH3)4] [PtCl4] rFkk [Pt(NH3)2Cl2]
[Pt(NH3)2Cl2] [Pt(NH3)2Cl2]
(3) [Co(H2O)6]Cl3 & [Co(H2O)5Cl]Cl.2H2O (3) [Co(H2O)6]Cl3 rFkk [Co(H2O)5Cl]Cl.2H2O
(4) None of these (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
43. Which of the following is INCORRECT 43. fuEu esa ls dkuS lk dFku xyr gS :
statement : (1) 373 K ls vf/kd ij Na2CO3.10H2O, futZyh;
(1) Above 373 K, Na2CO3.10H2O converted :i esa ifjofrZr gks tkrk gS
into anhydrous form
(2) CaSO4 ds gsehgkbMªVs dks "ftIle" ds uke ls tkuk
(2) Hemihydrate of CaSO 4 is known as
tkrk gS
Gypsum
(3) NaHCO 3 act as weak antiseptic for (3) peZ laØe.k ds fy, NaHCO3 dk iz;ksx nqcZy
skin infections ,UVhlsfIVd ds :i esa djrs gS
(4) All of these (4) mijksDr lHkh
44. Which of the following molecule has lowest 44. fuEu esa ls dkuS ls v.kq esa U;wure ca/k dks.k mifLFkr
bond angle : gS :
(1) PH3 (2) H2S (3) H2O (4) SbH3 (1) PH3 (2) H2S (3) H2O (4) SbH3
45. Which of the following mineral does not 45. fuEu esa ls dk Su ls [kfut es a vk;ju mifLFkr ugha
contain iron : gS :
(1) Copper pyrite (2) Iron pyrite (1) dkWij ik;jkbV (2) vk;ju ik;jkbV
(3) Illemenite (4) Tincal (3) bysfeukbV (4) fVady

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46. 'X' BaCl2 solution


'Y' 46. 'X' BaCl2 foy;u
'Y'
Simple White ppt. lkekU; 'osr vo{ksi
Salt (insoluble in dil. HCl) yo.k (ruq HCl esa vfoys; gS)

Flame test
Golden yellow flame Tokyk ijh{k.k lqugjh ihyh Tokyk
When Y is treated with KMnO4 then final ppt tc Y dks KMnO4 ds lkFk mipkfjr fd;k tkrk gS rks
is of - vfUre vo{ksi gksxk :
(1) BaSO4 (2) MnSO4 (1) BaSO4 dk (2) MnSO4 dk
(3) K2SO4 (4) None of these (3) K2SO4 dk (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
47. Which of the following process does not 47. fuEu esa ls dk S u ls iz Ø e es a veks f u;k ugha curh
produce ammonia gas gaS
(1) NH4Cl ¾¾¾
KOH
® (1) NH4Cl ¾¾¾
KOH
®
D
(2) NH4Cl ¾¾ ® D
(2) NH4Cl ¾¾ ®
D
(3) NH4NO2 ¾¾ ® D
(3) NH4NO2 ¾¾ ®

(4) NH4NO2 ¾¾¾¾


Zn / NaOH
® (4) NH4NO2 ¾¾¾¾
Zn / NaOH
®
48. Which of the following order is incorrect : 48. fuEu esa ls dkuS lk dFku xyr gS :
(1) H2 < D2 < T2 (Number of protons) (1) H2 < D2 < T2 (izksVksuksa dh la[;k)
(2) H2 < D2 < T2 (Bond energy) (2) H2 < D2 < T2 (ca/k ÅtkZ)
(3) H2 < D2 < T2 (Boiling point) (3) H2 < D2 < T2 (DoFkukad)
(4) H2 < D2 < T2 (No. of neutrons) (4) H2 < D2 < T2 (U;wVªkWuksa dh la[;k)
49. Which of the following planar complex is 49. fuEu esa ls dkSulk leryh; ladqy izfrpqEcdh; gS rFkk
diamagnetic and show stereo isomerism : f=foe leko;ork iznf'kZr djrk gS :
(1) [Ni(gly)2] (2) [Pt(NH3)3Cl]+ (1) [Ni(gly)2] (2) [Pt(NH3)3Cl]+
(3) [Co(H2O)3Cl3] (4) [Co(en)3]3+ (3) [Co(H2O)3Cl3] (4) [Co(en)3]3+
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50. Which of the following statement is incorrect: 50. fuEu esa ls dkuS lk dFku xyr gS :
(1) MnO2 act as catalyst for decomposition of (1) KClO3 ds fo?kVu ls O2 izkIr djus esa] MnO2 ,d
KClO3 to O2 mRizjs d dh rjg dk;Z djrk gS
(2) Conversion of SO2 to SO3 is exothermic (2) lEidZ izØe esa SO2 dk SO3 esa :ikUrj.k ,d
reaction in contact process Å"ek{ksih vfHkfØ;k gS

(3) White phosphorous having garlic odour and (3) 'osr QkWLQksjl yglqu tl
S h xa/k j[krk gS rFkk fo"kSyh
poisonous in nature izd`fr dk gS

(4) g-SO3 having chain structure (4) g-SO3 , Ja`[kyk lajpuk j[krk gS

51. Which of the following is correct order of acidic 51. fn;s x;s ;kfS xd ds fy;s vEyh; lkeF;Z dk fuEu esa ls
strength for the given compounds dkSulk lgh Øe gS&
OH COOH COOH OH
OH COOH COOH OH

NO2 CH3 CH3


NO2 CH3 CH3
I II III IV
I II III IV
(1) I > II > III > IV
(1) I > II > III > IV
(2) II > I > III > IV
(2) II > I > III > IV

(3) II > III > I > IV (3) II > III > I > IV

(4) I > III > II > IV (4) I > III > II > IV

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52. What is the relation between given compounds. 52. fn;s x;s ;kfS xdksa ds e/; D;k lEcU/k g\
S

H CHO H CHO
HO OH H3C H OH H3C
HO H
H H
CHO H OH CHO H OH
CH3 OH CH3 OH

(1) Enantiomers (2) Diastereomers (1) izfrfcEc:i leko;oh (2) foofje leko;oh

(3) Conformers (4) Identical (3) la:i.k leko;oh (4) leku

53. Which of the following statement is incorrect 53. a-D-Xywdksik;jsuksl rFkk b-D-Xywdksik;jsuksl ds lUnHkZ
about a-D-glucopyranose & b-D-glucopyranose esa fuEu esa ls dkuS lk dFku xyr gS&
(1) Both are anomers of each other (1) nksuksa ,d nw ljs ds ,suksej gS

(2) Both are reducing sugar (2) nksuksa vipk;h 'kdZjk gS

(3) Both shows mutarotation (3) nksuksa ifjorhZ ?kw.kZu (mutarotation) n'kkZrs gaS

(4) Both can raduce schiff reagent under (4) nksuksa lkekU; ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa f'kQ vfHkdeZd dks
normal conditions vipf;r djrs gS
54. Which of the following is a copolymer 54. fuEu esa ls dkSulk lgcgqyd gS &
(1) izkd`frd jcj (2) ikWfyLVk;fju
(1) Natural rubber (2) Polystyrene
(3) PAN (4) csdy
s kbV
(3) PAN (4) Bakelite

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55. Out of five carbonyl aromatic isomers of 55. C8H8O v.kqlw= j[kus okys ik¡p dkcksZfuy ,sjksefS Vd
molecular formula containing C8H8O. One of leko;oh;ksa esa ls ,d leko;oh X vk;ksMksQkeZ ijh{k.k
the isomer X can give iodoform test while Y
ns ldrk gS tcdh Y csufs MDV ijh{k.k ns ldrk gAS X
can give Benedict's test. What are the structure
rFkk Y dh lajpuk Øe'k% gS&
of X & Y respectively

CHO CHO CHO CHO

(1) (1)
CH3 CH3
CH3 CH3

COCH3 CH2–CHO COCH3 CH2–CHO

(2) (2)

COCH3 CHO
COCH3 CHO
(3)
(3)
CH3
CH3
CHO CHO
CHO CHO
(4)
(4) CH 3
CH 3 CH3
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Me Me
aq.KOH
56. H Cl NaI
Acetone X SN2 Y 56. H Cl NaI
X tyh;S KOH Y
,slhVksu N2
(Major) (Major) (eq[;) (eq[;)
D D
X & Y should be : X rFkk Y gksus pkfg,s&
Me Me Me Me
(1) H I H OH (1) H I H OH
D D D D
Me Me Me Me
(2) H I HO H (2) H I HO H
D D D D
Me Me Me Me
(3) I H H OH (3) I H H OH
D D D D
Me Me Me Me
(4) I H HO H (4) I H HO H
D D D D
57. Which of following does not represent correct 57. fuEu es ls dkSu lgh eq[; mRikn dks ugha n'kkZrk g&S
major product. (1) Me3C –Cl Na CH2=C—CH3
Na 'kq"d bZFkj
(1) Me3C –Cl Dry-ether CH2=C—CH3 CH3
CH3 + CH3– CH–CH3
+ CH3– CH–CH3 CH3
CH3 oS|qr vi?kVu
Electrolysis (2) MeCOONa(tyh;) CH3–CH3
(2) MeCOONa(aq.) CH3–CH3
Electrolysis oS|qr vi?kVu
(3) Me3COONa(aq.) (3) Me3COONa(tyh;)
CH2 = C—CH3 + CH4 CH2 = C—CH3 + CH4
CH3 CH3
Na Na
(4) Me—Cl Dry-ether
CH3 – CH3 (4) Me—Cl CH3 – CH3
'kq"d bZFkj
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58. Which of the following can be used to 58. fuEu esa ls fdldk mi;ksx isUVsu -2-vkWu rFkk isUVsu-3-
differentiate pentan-2-one & pentan-3-one vkWu dks foHksfnr djus ds fy;s fd;k tk ldrk g&S
(1) Iodoform test (2) NaHSO3 (1) vk;ksMksQkeZ ijh{k.k (2) NaHSO3
(3) Both 1 & 2 (4) Tollen's reagent (3) 1 rFkk 2 nksuksa (4) VkWysUl vfHkdeZd
59. How many aldol products are possible 59. f=foe~ leko;fo;ksa dks NksMdj fdrus ,sYMksy mRikn
excluding stereoisomers lEHko gS &
– –
OH/H2O OH/H2O
CH3 – C – H + CH3–CH2–CHO CH3– C –H + CH3–CH2–CHO
O O
(1) 2 (2) 4 (1) 2 (2) 4
(3) 6 (4) 8 (3) 6 (4) 8
60. Which of the following reaction will not give 60. fuEu esa ls dkuS lh vfHkfØ;k ,sfYMgkbM ds :i esa eq[;
aldehyde as major product. mRikn ugha nsxh&
+
H2, Pd H 3O
+ H2, Pd H 3O
(1) CH3 – CºN (1) CH3 – CºN BaSO 4
BaSO 4

H , Pd 2 H , Pd
2
(2) CH3 – C – Cl BaSO (2) CH3 – C – Cl BaSO
4
4
O O
+
+ H 3O
H 3O (3) CH3MgBr + CH3CºN
(3) CH3MgBr + CH3CºN

(i) DIBAL-H
(i) DIBAL-H (4) CH3– C –Cl +
(4) CH3– C –Cl + (ii) H3O
(ii) H3O O
O

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61. The geometric and harmonic means of two 61. nks la[;kvksa x1 rFkk x2 dk xq.kksÙkj ek/; rFkk gjkRed
8
numbers x1 and x2 are 18 and 16 respectively.. ek/; Øe'k% 18 rFkk 16 8 gAS rc |x1 – x2| dk eku
13 13
The value of |x1 – x2| is gksxk -
(1) 5 (2) 10 (3) 15 (4) 20 (1) 5 (2) 10 (3) 15 (4) 20
11
62. The coefficient of x9 in the polynomial given 62. å (x + r)(x + r + 1)(x + r + 2)......(x + r + 9)
r =1
11
by å (x + r)(x + r + 1)(x + r + 2)...(x + r + 9) is -
r =1
}kjk fn, x, cgqin esa x9 dk xq.kkad gksxk -
(1) 5511 (2) 5151 (3) 1515 (4) 1155
(1) 5511 (2) 5151 (3) 1515 (4) 1155
63. ar and br (ar < br) are the roots of 63. ar rFkk br (ar < br) lehdj.k x2 – r2(r + 1)x + r5 = 0
x 2 – r 2 (r + 1)x + r 5 = 0. The value of n

n ds ewy gAS rc å (3a r + 2br ) dk eku gksxk -


å (3a
r= 1
r + 2br ) is - r =1

1
(1) n(n + 1)(n 2 + 3n + 1)
1 2
(1) n(n + 1)(n 2 + 3n + 1)
2
1
1 (2) n(n + 1)(3n 2 + n + 1)
(2) n(n + 1)(3n + n + 1)
2 2
2
3
(3) n(n + 1)(n + n + 1)
2
3
(3) n(n + 1)(n + n + 1)
2
2
2
1 1
(4) n(n + 1)(n 2 + n + 3)
(4) n(n + 1)(n + n + 3)
2

2 2
64. The solutions of equation in z, 64. z esa lehdj.k | z |2 -(z + z) + i(z - z) + 2 = 0
| z |2 -(z + z) + i(z - z) + 2 = 0 are (i = -1) (i = -1) dk gy gksxk
(1) 2 + i, 1 – i (2) 1 + i, 1 – i (1) 2 + i, 1 – i (2) 1 + i, 1 – i
(3)1 + 2i, –1 – i (4) 1 + i, 1 + i (3)1 + 2i, –1 – i (4) 1 + i, 1 + i
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1æ x yö 1æ x yö
65. If sin q = çç + ÷ , (x,yÎ R – {0}). 65. ;fn sin q = çç + ÷ ,(x,yÎ R – {0}) gAS
2è y x ÷ø 2è y x ÷ø
Then rc
(1) x = y (1) x = y
(2) x < y (2) x < y
(3) x > y (3) x > y
(4) x + y = 1" x,yÎR (4) x + y = 1" x,yÎR

66. The general value of q that satisfies both the 66. lehdj.k cot3q + 3 3 = 0 rFkk cosec5 q + 32 = 0
equations cot3q + 3 3 = 0 & cosec5 q + 32 = 0 (n Î I) dks lUrq"V djus okys q dk O;kid eku
is (n Î I) gksxk -
p p p p
(1) 2np - (2) np - (1) 2np - (2) np -
6 6 6 6

p p p p
(3) np - ( -1) (4) np +
n
(3) np - ( -1) (4) np +
n

6 3 6 3
67. S1 and S2 are two concentric circles of radii 67. nks ledsUæh; o`Ùk S1 rFkk S2 ftudh f=T;k;sa Øe'k% 1
1 and 2 respectively. Two parallel tangents to S1 rFkk 2 gAS S1 ds fy, [khaph xbZ nks lekUrj Li'kZjs[kk;sa]
cut off an arc from S2. The length of the arc is - S2 ls ,d pki cukrk gAS rc pki dh yEckbZ gksxh -
p 2p 3p p p 2p 3p p
(1) (2) (3) (4) (1) (2) (3) (4)
2 3 4 4 2 3 4 4
é æ 3ö æ 1 öù é æ 3ö æ 1 öù
68. tan -1 êcos ç 2 tan -1 ÷ + sin ç 2cot -1 ÷ ú is - 68. tan -1 êcos ç 2 tan -1 ÷ + sin ç 2cot -1 ÷ ú gksxk -
ë è 4ø è 2 øû ë è 4ø è 2 øû

p p
(1) not real (2) equal to (1) okLrfod ugha (2) ds cjkcj
4 4
p p p p
(3) greater than (4) less than (3) ls cM+k (4) ls NksVk
4 4 4 4
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69. Consider two statements S1 and S2. 69. ekuk nks dFku S1 rFkk S2 gAS
S1 : If ƒ(x) is a differentiable function with S1 : ;fn ƒ(x), ƒ'(x) = 0 vUrjky (a, b) esa vodyuh;
ƒ'(x) = 0 in (a, b) and ƒ(x) is increasing in (a, Qyu rFkk ƒ(x) vUrjky (a, b) esa o/kZeku Qyu gks] rks
ƒ(x) ƒ(x)
b), then is also increasing in (a, b). Hkh vUrjky (a, b) esa o/kZeku Qyu gksxkA
ƒ '(x) ƒ '(x)
S2 : Both sinx and tanx are increasing function
æ pö
S2 : vUrjky ç 0, ÷ esa sinx rFkk tanx nksuksa o/kZeku
æ pö è 2ø
in ç 0, ÷ .
è 2ø Qyu gksaxAs
Which of the following is true - fuEu esa ls dkuS lk lR; g-S
(1) both S1 and S2 are wrong (1) S1 rFkk S2 nksuksa xyr gaS
(2) S1 is correct and implies S2. (2) S1 lgh rFkk S2 Hkh lgh gS
(3) S1 is wrong and S2 is right. (3) S1 xyr rFkk S2 lgh gS
(4) both S1 and S2 are right. (4) S1 rFkk S2 nksuksa lgh gaS
70. An integer x is chosen at random from 1 to 50. 70. 1 ls 50 esa ls ;kn`PN;k ,d iw.kk±d x dk p;u djrs gS]
336
The probability that x + £ 50 is - rc izkf;drk rkfd x + 336 £ 50 gks] gksxh -
x x

7 3 17 8 7 3 17 8
(1) (2) (3) (4) (1) (2) (3) (4)
10 10 25 25 10 10 25 25
x x

71. If ƒ(x) = ò (2 cos 2 3t + 3sin 2 3t)dt , 71. ;fn ƒ(x) = ò (2 cos 2 3t + 3sin 2 3t)dt g]S
0 0

then ƒ(x + p) is equal to - rks ƒ(x + p) cjkcj gksxk


æpö æpö
(1) ƒ(x) + ƒ(p) (2) ƒ(x) + 2ƒ ç ÷ (1) ƒ(x) + ƒ(p) (2) ƒ(x) + 2ƒ ç ÷
è2ø è2ø

æpö æpö æpö æpö


(3) 2ƒ(x) + 3ƒ ç ÷ (4) ƒ(x) + 4ƒ ç ÷ (3) 2ƒ(x) + 3ƒ ç ÷ (4) ƒ(x) + 4ƒ ç ÷
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-1 1- x 1- x
72. The derivative of tan with respect to 72. tan -1 dk sin –1 x ds lkis { k vodyt
1+ x 1+ x
sin–1x is - gksxk -
1 1
(1) 1 (2) - (1) 1 (2) -
2 2
1 1
(3) (4) –1 (3) (4) –1
2 2
r ˆ r = biˆ + 5jˆ - k,
ˆ rr = ˆi + ˆj + 3k. r ˆ r = biˆ + 5jˆ - k,
ˆ rr = ˆi + ˆj + 3kˆ
73. Let p = 2iˆ + 3jˆ + ak,q ˆ 73. ekuk p = 2iˆ + 3jˆ + ak,q
r r r rr r r r rr
If p, q, r are coplanar and p.q = 20 , then the gSA ;fn p, q, r leryh; rFkk p.q = 20 gks] rks Øfer
ordered pair (a, b) is - ;qXe (a, b) gksxk -
(1) (1, 3) or (13, 9) (2) (9, 7) (1) (1, 3) or (13, 9) (2) (9, 7)
(3) (5, 5) or (7, 3) (4) (7, 3) (3) (5, 5) or (7, 3) (4) (7, 3)
74. The tangent(s) from the point of intersection 74. js[kk 2x – 3y + 1 = 0 rFkk 3x – 2y – 1 = 0 ds
of the lines 2x – 3y + 1 = 0 and 3x – 2y – 1 = 0 izfrPNsn fcUnq ls o`Ùk x2 + y2 + 2x – 4y = 0 ij [khaph
to circle x2 + y2 + 2x – 4y = 0 will be - xbZ Li'kZjs[kk gksxh -
(1) x + 2y = 0, x – 2y + 1 = 0 (1) x + 2y = 0, x – 2y + 1 = 0
(2) 2x – y – 1 = 0 (2) 2x – y – 1 = 0
(3) y = x, y = 3x – 2 (3) y = x, y = 3x – 2
(4) 2x + y + 1 = 0 (4) 2x + y + 1 = 0
75. If q 1 , q 2 , q 3 are roots of the equation 75. ;fn q1, q2, q3 lehdj.k x3 + 64 = 0 ds ewy gks] rks
q1 q2 q3 q1 q2 q3
x3 + 64 = 0, then the value of q 2 q3 q1 is - q2 q3 q1 dk eku gksxk -
q3 q1 q2 q3 q1 q2

(1) 1 (2) 4 (3) 16 (4) 0 (1) 1 (2) 4 (3) 16 (4) 0


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n n
æ 1 ö æ 3 1 ö
76. x occurs in the expansion of ç x 3 + 4 ÷
r
76. ç x + 4 ÷ ds izlkj esa izkIr in x gksxk] ;fn -
r

è x ø è x ø
provided -
(1) 2n – r, 5 ls foHkkftr gks
(1) 2n – r is divisible by 5
(2) 3n – r, 5 ls foHkkftr gks
(2) 3n – r is divisible by 5
(3) 2n – r is divisible by 7 (3) 2n – r, 7 ls foHkkftr gks
(4) 3n – r is divisible by 7 (4) 3n – r, 7 ls foHkkftr gks
77. Let [x] stand for greatest integer function and 77. ekuk [x] egÙke iw.kk±d Qyu rFkk
ì 2 é 1 ö ì 2 é 1 ö
ï4x + [2x]x, if x Î ê - 2 , 0 ÷ ï4x + [2x]x, ;fn x Î ê - 2 , 0 ÷
ƒ(x) = ïí ë ø . Then ï ë ø
é 1ö í
ïax 2 - bx, if x Î ê0, ÷ ƒ(x) = ï 2 é 1 ö gAS rc
ïî ax - bx, ;fn x Î ê0, ÷
ë 2ø ïî ë 2ø
æ 1 1ö æ 1 1ö
(1) ƒ(x) is continuous in ç - , ÷ , iff a = 4 (1) ƒ(x), ç - , ÷ esa larr~ gksxk] dsoy vkjS dsoy
è 2 2ø è 2 2ø
and b = 0. ;fn a = 4 rFkk b = 0 gAS
(2) ƒ(x) is continuous and differentiable in
æ 1 1ö
æ 1 1ö (2) ƒ(x), ç - , ÷ esa larr~ gksxk] dsoy vkjS dsoy
ç - , ÷ iff a = 4, b = 1. è 2 2ø
è 2 2ø
;fn a = 4 rFkk b = 1 gAS
(3) ƒ(x) is continuous and differentiable in
æ 1 1ö
æ 1 1ö (3) ƒ(x), ç - , ÷ " a Î R es a la r r~ rFkk
ç- , ÷" a ÎR &b =1 è 2 2ø
è 2 2ø
vodyuh; rFkk b = 1 gAS
(4) ƒ(x) is not differentiable in æç - , ö÷ for
1 1
(4) ƒ(x), vUrjky æç - , ö÷ esa a rFkk b ds fdlh Hkh
1 1
è 2 2ø
è 2 2ø
any value of a and b.
eku ds fy, vodyuh; ugha gksxkA
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78. The number of integers greater than a 78. va dks a 2, 3, 0, 3, 4, 2, 3 ds iz ; ks x ls fufeZ r
million that can be formed using the digits iw.kk±d vadksa dh la [;k tks fd nl yk[k ls cM+s gSa]
2, 3, 0, 3, 4, 2, 3 is - gksxh -
(1) 240 (2) 320 (3) 360 (4) 300 (1) 240 (2) 320 (3) 360 (4) 300
r ˆ ˆ ˆ r ˆ cr = 3iˆ + ˆj + 2kˆ r ˆ ˆ ˆ r ˆ ˆ ˆ r ˆ ˆ ˆ
79. If a = i + 2 j + 3k, b = 2iˆ + 3jˆ + k, 79. ;fn a = i + 2j + 3k, b = 2i + 3j + k, c = 3i + j + 2k
r r r r r r
and aa + b b + gc = -3(iˆ - k) ˆ . Then the triplet rFkk aa + b b + gc = -3(iˆ - k)
ˆ gAS rc f=d (a,b,g)
(a, b, g) is - gksxk -
(1) (2, –1, –1) (2) (–2, 1, 1) (1) (2, –1, –1) (2) (–2, 1, 1)
(3) (–2, –1, 1) (4) (2, 1, –1) (3) (–2, –1, 1) (4) (2, 1, –1)
80. Let 0 < x < p and y(x) be given by 80. ekuk 0 < x < p rFkk y(x), (1 + sinx)y3 – (cosx)y2
(1 + sinx)y3 – (cosx)y2 + 2(1 + sinx)y – 2cosx=0. + 2(1 + sinx)y – 2cosx = 0 }kjk fn;k x;k g]S rks y dk
x p x p
The derivative of y w.r.t. tan at x = is - tan ds lkis{k x = ij vodyt gksxk -
2 2 2 2
1 1 1 1
(1) (2) - (3) 2 (4) –2 (1) (2) - (3) 2 (4) –2
2 2 2 2
é cos x sin x 0 ù é cos x sin x 0 ù
81. A = ƒ(x) = êê - sin x cos x 0 úú .Then A –1 is 81. A = ƒ(x) = êê - sin x cos x 0 úú g S A rc A –1
êë 0 0 1 úû êë 0 0 1 úû
equal to - cjkcj gksxk -
(1) ƒ(–x) (2) ƒ(x) (1) ƒ(–x) (2) ƒ(x)
(3) –ƒ(x) (4) –ƒ(–x) (3) –ƒ(x) (4) –ƒ(–x)
2
82. Product of length of the perpendiculars drawn 82. vfrijoy; x 2 - y = 1 dh fdlh Hkh Li'kZ js[kk ij
4
y2
from foci on any tangent to hyperbola x 2 - =1 ukHkh ls [khaps x;s yEcksa dh yEckbZ dk xq.kuQy gksxk -
4
is - 1
(1) 2 (2) 4 (3) 1 (4)
1 2
(1) 2 (2) 4 (3) 1 (4)
2
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83. The area of triangle ABC is 84 sq. units. If 83. f=Hkqt ABC dk {ks=Qy 84 oxZ bdkbZ gAS ;fn AB = 13
AB = 13 and AC = 15, then BC can be - rFkk AC = 15 gks] rks BC dk eku gks ldrk gS -
(1) 14 units (2) 4 14 units (1) 14 bdkbZ (2) 4 14 bdkbZ
(3) 37 units (4) 2 37 units (3) 37 bdkbZ (4) 2 37 bdkbZ
84. The shadow of the tower standing on a level 84. le lery ij fLFkr ,d ehukj dh ijNkbZ dh yEckbZ
plane is found to be 100 m longer when the 100 ehVj g]S tc lw;Z dk mUu;u dks.k 30° g]S rks ehukj
sun's is angle of elevation is 30°, than when it dh m¡GpkbZ] tc lw;Z dk mUu;u dks.k 45° g]S gksxh -
is 45°. The height of the tower is -
(1) 50( 3 - 1) (2) 50( 3 + 1)
(1) 50( 3 - 1) (2) 50( 3 + 1)
(3) 100( 3 - 1) (4) 100( 3 + 1)
(3) 100( 3 - 1) (4) 100( 3 + 1)

85. The digit in unit place in the number 85. la [;k 843 843 + 492 295 esa bdkbZ LFkku ij va d
843843 + 492295 is - gksxk -
(1) 0 (2) 1 (3) 3 (4) 5 (1) 0 (2) 1 (3) 3 (4) 5
1 1
86. If ƒ(x) is a quadratic in x, then ò ƒ(x)dx is -
0
86. ;fn ƒ(x), x esa ,d f}?kkr gks] rks ò ƒ(x)dx gksxk -
0

1 æ1ö 1 æ1ö
(1) (ƒ(0) + 4ƒ ç ÷ + ƒ(1)) (1) (ƒ(0) + 4ƒ ç ÷ + ƒ(1))
6 è 2ø 6 è 2ø
1 æ1ö 1 æ1ö
(2) (4ƒ(0) + ƒ ç ÷ + ƒ(1)) (2) (4ƒ(0) + ƒ ç ÷ + ƒ(1))
6 è2ø 6 è2ø
1 æ1ö 1 æ1ö
(3) (ƒ(0) + ƒ ç ÷ + 4ƒ(1)) (3) (ƒ(0) + ƒ ç ÷ + 4ƒ(1))
6 è2ø 6 è2ø

(4) 1 (ƒ(0) + ƒ æç 1 ö÷ + ƒ(1)) (4) 1 (ƒ(0) + ƒ æç 1 ö÷ + ƒ(1))


6 è2ø 6 è2ø

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87. The differential equation of family of ellipse 87. nh?kZo`Ùk ds fudk;
x 2 y2 æ dy d2 y ö x 2 y2
+ 2 = c æç y ' = dy , y '' = d y ö÷
2
+ = c is ç y ' = , y '' = ÷
a 2 b2 è dx dx 2 ø a 2
b è dx dx 2 ø

y '' y ' 1 y '' y ' 1 dk vody lehdj.k gksxk


(1) + - =0 (2) + + =0
y' y x y' y x y '' y ' 1 y '' y ' 1
(1) + - =0 (2) + + =0
y' y x y' y x
y '' y ' 1 y '' y '
(3) - - =0 (4) - =0 y '' y ' 1 y '' y '
y' y x y' y (3) - - =0 (4) - =0
y' y x y' y
88. If n(U) = 600, n(A) = 100, n(B) = 200 and 88. ;fn n(U) = 600, n(A) = 100, n(B) = 200 rFkk
n(A Ç B) = 50, then n(A Ç B) is - n(A Ç B) = 50 gks] rks n(A Ç B) dk eku gksxk -
(U is universal set and A and B are subsets of U) (tgk¡ U O;kid leqPp; rFkk A o B, U ds mileqPp; g)S
(1) 300 (2) 350 (3) 250 (4) 200 (1) 300 (2) 350 (3) 250 (4) 200
89. If mean deviations about median of 89. ;fn x, 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x, 6x, 7x, 8x, 9x, 10x dh
x, 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x, 6x, 7x, 8x, 9x, 10x is 30, then
ekfè;dkvksa ds lkis{k ek/; fopyu 30 gks] rks |x| cjkcj
|x| equals -
gksxk -

(1) 12 (2) 11 (3) 10 (4) 9 (1) 12 (2) 11 (3) 10 (4) 9

90. Which of the following statement is true - 90. fuEu esa ls dkSulk dFku lgh gksxk -
(1) ~(p « ~q) is tautology (1) ~(p « ~q) iqu:fDr gksxhA

(2) ~(p « ~q) is equivalent to p « q (2) ~(p « ~q), p « q ds leku gksxkA

(3) (p Ù ~q) is a fallacy (3) (p Ù ~q) ,d O;k?kkr gksxhA


(4) (p Ù ~q) Ù (~p Ù q) is a tautology (4) (p Ù ~q) Ù (~p Ù q) iqu:fDr gksxhA

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