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Paper Code : 1001CT103516003

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JEE (Main + Advanced) : LEADER COURSE (PHASE : III, IV & V)


ANSWER KEY : PAPER-1 TEST DATE : 28-08-2016
Test Type : MINOR Test Pattern : JEE-Advanced
PART-1 : PHYSICS
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
A. A,B,C B A,B,C,D A,B,C A,C A,B,C,D A,B,D C A B
SECTION-I
Q. 11 12
A. C D
A B C D
SECTION-II Q.1
P,R,T Q,S P P,Q,R,S,T
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
SECTION-IV
A. 5 0 5 4 8 8 4
PART-2 : CHEMISTRY
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
A. A,C A,B,C A,B or A,B,C A,B,C,D A,B,C A,B,C,D B,D B,C A B
SECTION-I
Q. 11 12
A. A D
A B C D
SECTION-II Q.1
R,T Q S P,T
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
SECTION-IV
A. 9 5 5 4 2 8 8
PART-3 : MATHEMATICS
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
A. A,C A,B,C,D A,D A,B,D B,C B,D B,C,D A,B,C,D D B
SECTION-I
Q. 11 12
A. C D
A B C D
SECTION-II Q.1
P P,Q,R,S,T P,Q,T P,Q,R,S,T
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
SECTION-IV
A. 5 4 5 2 6 2 2

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Que. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Ans. 3 4 2 3 1 1 2 1 or 3 3 4 4 4 2 4 1 4 3 3 Bo n us 2

Que. 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Ans. 4 3 2 2 2 3 1 3 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 3 3

Que. 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

Ans. 1 3 3 4 4 4 4 3 1 1 3 2 4 3 4 1 3 2 3 3

Que. 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80

Ans. 3 3 4 2 2 3 4 2 2 2 4 2 1 4 2 3 1 4 4 2

Que. 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90

Ans. 2 3 4 3 2 4 4 4 3 3
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PAPER-1
PART-1 : PHYSICS SOLUTION
SECTION-I 3. Ans. (A,B,C,D)
1. Ans. (A,B,C) 4. Ans. (A,B,C)
Sol. For (A) : Particle will return to its u2 sin 2  2u2 sin  cos 
starting point if its displacement is zero. Sol. Hmax  ,R=
2g g
 If R = Hmax then tan  = 4,
x = 0  t2 – t3 = 0  t = 
if Hmax > R then tan  > 4
For (B) : Particle will come to rest if and if Hmax < R then tan  < 4 .
5. Ans. (A,C)
dx 2 Sol. Relative to cyclist
v = 0; v =  2t  3 t2  0  t 
dt 3 vcar = 25 m/s; scar = 150 m
For (C & D) : 6. Ans. (A,B,C,D)
7. Ans. (A, B, D)
v  2t  3 t2  Initial velocity=0 ; Sol. Impulse exist in action reaction pair
dv during collision so magnitude will
a  2  6 t remain the same.
dt
(a) Elastic collision principle
 Initial acceleration = 2 0
2. Ans. (B)
(b) Internal force
(d) If m1 >>> m2
Sol.
direction of velocity of motion
does not change
a x     
v1' = (1 + e) v C  ev1  v C  v1 
 
v1'  vC
x2 = 4a(A) [Since y = a 8. Ans. (C)
9. Ans. (A)
x2 = 4a2
10. Ans. (B)
x  2a
Sol. (9 & 10)
the slope of curve at point (2a, a) Frictional force between two blocks will
2x 2 oppose the relative motion. For 1 kg block
m = tan=   2a 1
4a 4a friction support the motion & for 2 kg friction
oppose the motion. Let common velocity be
g v then
so tangential acceleration = g sin 
2 for 1 kg v = 2 + a1t
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2. Ans. 0
 1g  0.4  10
where a1 = = = 4 ms-2 Sol. 2T = K1x1, As m 2 > m1
1 1
for 2 kg v = 8 - a2 t T + k3x3 = m2g, T–K2x2=m1g
 1g  0.4  10 K1x1
where a2 = = = 2 ms-2  – K2x2=m1g
2 2 2
 2 + 4t = 8 - 2 t  6t = 6  t = 1s
and v = 2 + 4 t = 2 + 4 × 1 = 6 ms-1 K1x1  2m1g
11. Ans. (C)  x2 =
2K 2
12. Ans. (D)
SECTION-II 200  20  10 2  2  2  10
= =0
1. Ans. (A)  (P,R,T); (B)  (Q,S); 2  1000
(C) (P); (D) (P,Q,R,S,T)
  3. Ans. 5
Vf  Vi
Sol. Avg acceleration = aB
t t  ti

(A) Vf must be in the direction upward Sol. 2aB = aAB
aA
aAB
vertical to downward vertical
Displacment
Average velocity = 2 2
time aA =  aB    a AB  ; aA = 5 m/s2
Direction of average velocity in the direction
of displacment. 4. Ans. 4
(B) Particle should be in the 3 rd and 4 th 5. Ans. 8
quardent
(C) Distance moved from starting point to Sol. From work energy theorem W = KE
quarter half (t = 1) sec.
1 1
t=1 Wgravity + Wair friction = mv 22  mv12
2 2

t=0 1    2  
R
 Wair friction  4 14  4 10  10   8J
(D) Magnitude R 2 will be when particle 2
is at circumference point of circle on y-axis. Work done against air friction = 8J
SECTION-IV
6. Ans. 8
1. Ans. 5
Sol. mucos30 = 2× mvx
k2
Sol. v  k s  v 2  k 2s  a 
3u 2
vx 
4 0 °
n3
u si 1 2  mk 4 t 2
3u 30°  W = Fs cos 0° = (ma)  at  W 
 vA  u 2  8
4 uc 30°
os
30 =8
°
3u2 u2 u
 vB     7 7. Ans. 4
16 16 4

vB 7  i  f
  Sol. t  80
vA 3  2


5
2
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PART–2 : CHEMISTRY SOLUTION
SECTION - I 11. Ans.(A)
1. Ans. (A,C)
12. Ans.(D)
G = H – TS
H –10000 2500 SECTION - II
T=   = 625 K
S –160 4 1. Ans. (A)  (R,T); (B)  (Q); (C)  (S);
2. Ans. (A,B,C)
3. Ans. (A,B or A,B,C) (D)(P,T)
4. Ans. (A, B, C, D) SECTION - IV
Sol. Based on Fajan's Rules.
1. Ans. 9
5. Ans. (A, B, C)
Sol. (A) is unfavorable because it places +ve B(crystalline)  B(amorphous) ;
charge on the electronegative oxygen atom H = +0.4 kcal mol
–1

and also has adjacent +ve charges. (B) and


247.5
(C) should be bent and are energetically for 247.5 gm =  0.4 9
11
unfavorable when forced to be in resonance
2. Ans.(5)
with (D). Also, (C) has widely separated
charges.
V 
6. Ans.(A, B, C, D) G = nRT ln  1  = 200 × 0.7 = 140
7. Ans. (B,D)  V2 
8. Ans. (B,C)
3. Ans.(5)
9. Ans. (A)
A 5 millimole per lit per sec.
2atm A d[I2 ] 1
  2.5mM s
T=300K dt
P T=600K
1atm C 1 d[HI] d[I ]
B  2
2 dt dt
V 2V 4V
V d[HI] –1 –1
 2 × 2.5 = 5 mM  s
Process AB dt
V2
U = 0, qAB = –w = nRT ln 4. Ans. (4)
V1
qAB = 1 × R × 300 ln 2 = 210 R 8 1 – 1 –8
Sol. Cay K[F(S i O10 ) ] 8H O
Process BC 4 2 2

qBC = H = nCp T +2 × y = +8 ; y = 4
5
qBC = 1 × R(300) = 750 R 5. Ans. (2)
2
qTotal = 210 R + 750 R = 960 R H2O
Sol. H2SO5   H2SO4 + H2O2
10. Ans. (B)
q AB V  H2O
H2S2O8 
SAB =  nR ln  B  = 1 × R ln 2  2H2SO4 + H2O2
T  VA 
SAB = 0.7 R 6. Ans. (8)
T2 7. Ans. (8)
SBC = nCpm ln = 1.75 R
T1
Ssystem = 0.7 R + 1.75 R = 2.45 R

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PART-3 : MATHEMATICS SOLUTION
SECTION-I 2 2
2a c 2
1. Ans. (A,C)  a2 , ,c are in A.P.
b2
1 1 1  a2b2, 2a2c2, b2c2 are in A.P.
, .......
x1 x 2 x4001 are in A.P.
ab 2ac bc
1 1 1 1  , , are in A.P.
     ..... c b a
x1 x 4001 x 2 x 4000
 'D' is right and 'C' is wrong
1 1 2 Also (4a2 – b2)(4c2 – b2)
    50
x2000 x2002 x 2001
= 16a2c2 + b4 – 4b2(a2 + c2)
1 = b4  'A' is right 'B' is wrong.
  2000.50  25  100025
xr 4. Ans. (A,B,D)
also g = ƒ–1 h(gog)–1 = ƒoƒ(x)
1 1 1 1 1 1 h(x) = ƒ3(x) + 5ƒ(x) + 3
    ..........   d
x 2 x1 x 3 x 2 x4001 x 4000
h(1) = 93 + 45 + 3 = 729 + 48 = 777
1 5. Ans. (B,C)
x1x 2   x1  x 2 
d
1
x 2x 3   x3  x 2  (A)
d
----------------------
---------------------- (B) x = 0 is only value where equation hold
and it satisfy
1
x4000 x 4001   x 4000  x 4001 
d ,
1 (C)
10   x1  x 4001  x=0
d

1 1 x  x4001
  4000d , 1  4000d
x4001 x1 x1x4001
 x1x4001 4000 = 10
(D) No solution
1 1 1 1
 .  400   10,  40
x1 x 4001 x1 x 4001
6. Ans. (B,D)
2. Ans. (A,B,C,D)
y 1  g  x  g  x   Q
ƒog  x   
2
x so always true a  R  g  x  g x   Q
ƒ(0) < 0

 1  x x Q
3. Ans. (A,D)  2
1  x  x Q
2 2 2 2
2.2a .2c 4a c
b2   b2  2 ...(1)
2
2a  2c 2
a  c2 ƒog(x)  n2, n > 1 so into

a2  c2 2a 2c 2

2

b2
   
also ƒog 1  a  ƒog 1  a os many one.

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7. Ans. (B,C,D) 9. Ans. (D)
(x + 3)2=mx 10. Ans. (B)
Paragraph for Question 11 & 12
at x = 0
3 7
  2a  1  sin 1  b cos 1  2a  1  b
y=12x 4 4

m = 12 and all negative values of m at x  4  7  b tan–1A – 2tan–14 = 0


b=2
8. Ans. (A,B,C,D)
Paragraph for Question 9 & 10 3
a= ,b=2
2
a+b+c=9 ...(1)
range of ƒ(x) is  ,   2 tan 4 
1
2
ax  bx  c  9
lim 4
x 1
 x  1  ax 2  bx  c  3  2sin–13/4
y = –2tan–14
–7/2
a  x  1  b
lim  4  2a  b  24 ...(2) 4–7
x 1
 2
ax  bx  c  3  
2
a > 0, b – 4ac < 0 ...(3)
11. Ans. (C)
12,0, 3   12. Ans. (D)

10,4, 5  satisfy (1) & (2) both but not (3) SECTION – II
 1. Ans. (A)(P); (B)(P,Q,R,S,T);
15, 6,0   (C)(P,Q,T); (D)(P,Q,R,S,T)
 A,B & C are incorrect and D is correct. SECTION – IV
by (1) (2) (3) 1. Ans. 5
b = 24 – 2a  
 
c = 9 – a – (24 – 2a) lim  
3
8x3 x
2 2 
x  
 2  2x 
 3x  9x
 3x 
 1   a  1  x  b

= a – 15   

1 1
(24 – 2a)2 – 4a(a – 15) < 0  12 2 
(a – 12)2 – a(a – 15) < 0 79
  a = –1
–9a + 144 < 0 12
a > 16  c > 1 1 1 79
  b  b6ab5
for a = 16  b = –8, c = 1 12 2 12
2. Ans. 4
 4x  1  3
 , x 1  2x  3 
ƒ x    x  1 Let t  cot 1  

 4 , x 1  7 
2
  2 k
 4x  2 1   t  t  t  (0,)
  x  1 , x 2  3
4
 2
 4 1 ƒ  t   2t 2  t 
, x 4
 4
2
y  
ƒ 0 
4 0 /4 
y=4 2
 
x ƒ  
1/4 4 8
y=–4
2 k 2 32 32
range (–4,4]    k  k  4,5,6,7
8 3 4 8 4
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3. Ans. 5 6. Ans. 2

 1  
tan  n 1  tanx = tan
lim

tan 90  10 
n
  lim  10  x
 1 
n 

tan 90  10 
  n 1
 n 
tan  n 
 10  x  n 

 x 2  nx  1  0
x
 1 
tan  n 1  1 1 n  n2  4
 10  10 n  1
10n x
 lim n
 10 2
n  1 10  1 
tan  n  n2 + 4 must be perfect square
10n 1  10 
n=0
4. Ans. 2
x =1,–1
x
2 tan 1 7. Ans. 2
ƒ  r   lim r 2
x 0  x r  1 
1 x  x  2  
lim  1 x3
x  1 
1 
2 1  x x 4
  
 
ƒ 2r 
2 r
 lim 2
n  2r
2 e 
 en

5. Ans. 6  1 1  2
    x
x 2 x 4
129  129  129 129
n  lim  2
 e2
  131
x  x  4x  1
129
4         33  3  x  x  4
131

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SOLUTION
1. Ans. (3) 4. Ans. (3)
Sol. AT the top V
mv 2  vy
gsin 
vx
T + mg =
L 
T < 10 mg u g gcos
Sol. uy = 20cm/s
v < 11gL
3gL  u  13gL ux = 10cm/s
2. Ans. (4) at any instant
Sol. vH = u cos  = 6 at = g sin 
vv = 2 2
v  u cos   82
an = g cos 
u sin   8
t1   an = at
10
u sin   8
t2  vy
10  tan  = 1  1
82 vx
t 2 – t1 =  1.6s
10
vy u y  gt
3. Ans. (2)  1  =±1
 vx ux
N
d R
Sol.  Solving we get
r
t = 1 and 3
mg
5. Ans. (1)
Centripetal
Force = mass × centripetal acceleration
30°
V2 T
y
N cos  = m ....(i) T
r Sol.
60°
N sin  = mg ....(ii) r 
2
x
mv
—–
r
rg mg
(ii)/(i), tan  =
V2 Force equation from ring frame along y-axis
rg T cos 30° + T cos 60° = mg
 V
tan 
 3 1
g(R 2  d 2 )  r  R 2  d2  T    = mg ....(i)
V    2 
d  tan   d / r 
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along x-axis 10. Ans. (4)
mv 2 Sol. Range on the inclined plane
T sin 30° + T sin 60° = 2
r R
2 u2 21
 3  1  mv 2 = h   
max
2 g 8
T    ....(ii)
 2  r 11. Ans. (4)
(ii)/(i) we get Sol. work done by internal forces is equal to
change in kinetic energy of the system.
v = rg 12. Ans. (4)
6. Ans. (1) dx 2 t 2
Sol. v =  x    x x =
Sol. a = u1cos30 t = u2 cos60 t dt 4
& y = u2sin60 t – (1/2) gt2
dv  2
& – (h – y) = u1sin 30 t – (1/2)gt2 at = v =  x.  = constant
dx 2 x 2
 y = a tan60 – (1/2)gt2
 y – h = a tan30 – (1/2)gt2
v 2 2 x  2 2 t 2
aC =   
r r r 4
 h = a (tan60 – tan30)
aC t2
 h = 2a/ 3
ac
7. Ans. (2) a at
Sol. Let velocity of 1kg after collision is v
1 1 1
1 v 2   11
  t
2 2 4 13. Ans. (2)
1
v  m /s Sol. The momentum of the system in horizontal
2
direction will not change.
Now, conserving momentum in collision
14. Ans. (4)
1 1
(1) (1) = (1)   + mv mv = Sol. From the F.B.D. of m,
2 2
Also T1
1
v
2  1  v  3 m / s
1 2 T2 mg
1
so m = kg m2 m2
3 T1 =  mg , T2 =  mg
2 2
8. Ans. (1 or 3) 15. Ans. (1)
20  6  10  3 2m  25
Sol. v cm  = 3 m/s towards right.
20  10
3m  40 mvx
At the time of either maximum elongation Sol.
or compression, both the blocks will be
moving with a common velocity = 3 m/s mvy
towards right.
vx = 120 m/s
9. Ans. (3)
vy = 50 m/s
Sol. Friction force is constant and is equal to the
weight of the block. v = 1202  502  130m / s

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16. Ans. (4) 3 2
P1  mkx 2
Sol. Velocity of approach = v1 – v2 = velocity of 4
separation (elastic collision) 3 2 2
m v  mkx 2
After collision, velocity of particle is 4
v2 – (v1– v2) = 2v2 – v1. 3 64 16
k  1   N/m
4 9 3
17. Ans. (3)
21. Ans. (4)

W W 5
Sol. N  W    W
2 4 4
Sol.
ut

B vt B 5 W 3 3
W.  .  
4 2 2 5
From the figure,
22. Ans. (3)
ut
vt =  50
cos  iˆ  ˆj  kˆ , dx  r  r  iˆ  ˆj  kˆ
18. Ans. (3)
Sol. F 
3
  2 1


 W = F.dx  50 3 J
A 4Mg/3 23. Ans. (2)
Sol.
T T
M
T
2M
Sol.
2M1 M 2 g
T mg mg
M1  M 2
Now downward force on the right mass is
2Mg
T more.
3
24. Ans. (2)
Balancing torque
mg
L 4Mg Sol. The initial extension of spring is x 0 
M'g × = L k
2 3 just after collision of B with A the speed of
M ' 4M v
 combined mass is .
2 3 2
8M For spring to just attain natural length the
M' 
3 combined mass must rise up by :
19. Ans. (Bonus) mg
x0  (see figure) and comes to rest.
Sol. Initial momentum = 35 Ns k
Change in momentum = area of graph Now, applying conservation of energy
2
14  10 1 v 1
=
2
 70Ns  2m     k x 20   2m  gx 0
 
2 2 2
Final momentum = –35 Ns
mg
20. Ans. (2) & x0 
k
1 1 1
Sol. mv12  mv 22  kx 2 6m
2 2 2 se get, v  g
2 2 2 k
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Alternate solving by SHM : 32. Ans.(2)
In SHM v   A 2  x 2 33. Ans. (2)
34. Ans. (2)
2 2
v k  2mg   mg  35. Ans. (2)
we can write,  
2 2m  k   k  Given that , 3A(g) + 4B(g)  2C(g)
5 mol 8 mol
6m Limiting reagent is A so if 5 mol of A reacts
vg
k then energy liberated = 102 kJ then for 3
25. Ans. (2) mole is 60 kJ.
H  E  n gRT
2u sin  2u cos 
Sol. T1 = , T2 
g g E = –60 kJ
2
u sin 2 ng = –5
T1T2g
and R   R  H = – 60 + (–5) R × 300 × 10–3 = –60 – 1500
g 2
× 10–3 R = – (60 + 1.5 R)
26. Ans. (3)
36. Ans. (3)
Sol. 0 + mg (L cos  – ) = mg(L – )cos
37. Ans. (2)
27. Ans. (1)
38. Ans. (2)
Sol. mv1 = 2 mv2
39. Ans. (3)
1 2 1 1 40. Ans. (3)
kx  mv12   2m  v 22
2 2 2 Heat absorbed = 160 × 1.3 + 200 × 4.2 × 1.3
k k 1300
Hsoln.= = 26 kJ mol–1
 v1  2x , v2  x 4 / 80
6m 6m
41. Ans.(1)
3k Sol. dxy + dxz no bond formation.
v1  v 2  x
2m 42. Ans.(3)
28. Ans. (3)
Sol. SO2 has 1 p–d bond
1
Sol. mv 2  kt SOCl2 has 1 p–d bond
2
v t H2SO3 has 1 p–d bond
1 HClO3 has 2 p–d bond
 acc. 
t
43. Ans.(3)
29. Ans. (4)
Sol. The slope of the displacement time graph 44. Ans.(4)
gives velocity. 45. Ans.(4)
The change in velocity is positive in the
region AB. Sol. T.H.F. , Me3N , C5H5N give symmetrical
30. Ans. (4) cleavage.
46. Ans.(4)
 dm  
Sol. F    Vr = (V) V = V2 = 4
 dt  Sol. BiI5 and SH4 do not exist.
P = F.V. = 4 × 2 = 8 47. Ans.(4)
31. Ans.(2) Sol. (1) CH3+ is planar but is not an odd e– species
H2O(s) H2O() 
H
(2) C lO3 is non-planar and sp3 hybridised
S = 60.01 – 38.2 = 
273
–1 (3) C F3 is non-planar and sp3 hybridised
 H = 5954.13 J mole

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48. Ans. (3) 67. Ans. (4)
49. Ans.(1) an+1 – an = n – 2
a51 – a50 = 48
Sol. (2) Total 4 '2' are present
a50 – a49 = 47
(3) 3 > 2 > 1
(4) Total 20 unshared lone pairs are present a3 – a2 = 0
50. Ans.(1) a2 – a1 = –1
Sol. Due to inert pair effect, Pb+2 is more stable
a51 – a1 = –1 + 0 + 1 + 2 +....+ 48
than Pb+4.
a51 – 5 = 1175  a51 = 1180
51. Ans. (3) 68. Ans. (2)

52. Ans. (2) tan(x  2)(x 2  (a  2)x  2a)


lim 7
x 2 (x  2)2
53. Ans. (4)
a+2=7a=5
54. Ans. (3) 69. Ans. (2)
55. Ans. (4)

 4p2  8q 2    4q 2
 4p2   2p  
56. Ans. (1) 4 4a q
 2, 2 
57. Ans. (3) 2p 
58. Ans. (2)

q
 0, 2
 
59. Ans. (3) 70. Ans. (2)
60. Ans. (3)  4  1  1 1  1
tan 1  2   tan  r  2   tan  r  2 
61. Ans. (3)  4r  3     
x2 – 14x + 45 > 0 n
 4  1
 x  (–,5)  (9,) ....(1)  tan1  4r2  3   cot1  2 
r 1
4 – x > 0 & 4 – x 1  x < 4 & x  3 ...(2)
71. Ans. (4)
from (1)  (2)
x2 + 3|x| – 18 = 0
x  (–,4) – {3}
|x| = 3  cos–1cos9 = 9 – 2
62. Ans. (3)
72. Ans. (2)
a > 0; b < 0; c > 0.
63. Ans. (4) Do yourself.
(2x – 1) (2x – 7) = 7  x = 3 only. 73. Ans. (1)
64. Ans. (2) Do yourself.
74. Ans. (4)
1  tan 9
E  tan 54 1
1 4 1 
1  tan 9 4  ( x2 1) lim 2  tan x 1 
lim  tan 1 x   ex 1 x 1   

65. Ans. (2) x 1


 
ar  x 1 
a tan 1 
7 ...(1) 3 ...(2)  1 1
4 tan x  tan 1  4 
 1 x 
1 r 1  r2 lim lim 1
e
x 1 

x 2 1  e
x 1 

x 2 1   e
7 3
from (1) & (2)  a  and r  75. Ans. (2)
4 4
66. Ans. (3)  x3 x5  x3
3x   ....   3x 
Tn = Sn – Sn–1  3! 5!  2
lim 
Tn = (4n2 + 6n) – (4(n – 1)2 + 6(n–1)) x 0 2x n
Tn = 8n + 2  T15 = 122  greatest value of n is 5.
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76. Ans. (3) 82. Ans. (3)
tan2x + tanx – 6 = 0  tanx = –3 logx > 0  x > 1

1  tan2 x 19 4 1 2x
cos 2x  2
  for x > 1, sin    2 tan 1 x
1  tan x 19 5 1x 2

77. Ans. (1)


log( – 2 tan–1x + 2 tan–1x) = 1.
 1 n1tan x   83. Ans. (4)
 ex e
k  lim  
x 0  x  11  
  cos1  x 2  5x   
   2 3
 1 n1 tan x  1  11 1
 ex 1  x2  5x    x 2  5x  6  0
k  e lim   2 2
x 0  x 
 Hence,  = 6 or  = –1.
 
84. Ans. (3)
 1 n 1tan x 1 
 ex  1   n 1  tan x   x  sin–1x > 0 ...(1)
k  e lim    
x 0  1
     x2  

x
n 1  tan x  1 
  
log  sin 1 x  1  0  sin 1 x 
4
4
 1 e
k  e     1 
 2  2 from (1)  (2)  x   0, 
 2
78. Ans. (4)
85. Ans. (2)
a = –3 and b = 15
x3 – 2x2 + 4x + 5074 = (x – r1) (x – r2) (x – r3)
ƒ(1) = 4 and ƒ(3) = 12.
79. Ans. (4) put r = –2
–5050 = (r1 + 2) (r2 + 2) (r3 + 2).
2  3 
x  x 1  ,1 86. Ans. (4)
 2 
87. Ans. (4)
  
 ƒ x    ,  2
3 2 ƒ(x)  ex  cos x is even function and into.
80. Ans. (2) 88. Ans. (4)
 2x    2 ƒ(x) is discontinuous at x = 0,3,4.
 1 1  x
ƒ x    sin1    cos 
2

 1  x2  2  1  x 2  89. Ans. (3)
 
Do yourself.
  2  90. Ans. (3)
 2x  1 1  x
    sin 1  2
 cos  2

  1  x  1  x 
     a
ƒ(x)  sgn  3cos x   is continuous for all x
 3

ƒ 1     sin 1 1   cos 1  0   0
a a
hence 3 cos x   0  cos x 
 4  3   3 9
ƒ  2      sin 1    cos1    0
 5  5 
a a
  1 or  1
81. Ans. (2) 9 9
Do yourself.  a  (–,–9)  (9,)

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