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DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAMME

(Academic Session : 2017 - 2018)

LEADER TEST SERIES / JOINT PACKAGE COURSE


TARGET : PRE-MEDICAL 2018
Test Type : Unit Test Test # 05 Test Pattern : NEET-UG
TEST DATE : 03 - 09 - 2017
ANSWER KEY
Que. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Ans. 1 1 3 3 3 4 1 4 1 2 2 4 3 2 1 2 2 2 1 1
Que. 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
Ans. 2 1 2 3 4 2 1 1 4 4 1 1 1 2 4 3 3 3 1 2
Que. 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
Ans. 2 2 1 3 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 3 1 4 1 2 2 3 1 2
Que. 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80
Ans. 2 2 2 4 4 3 2 1 3 4 1 4 2 1 2 4 1 3 1 3
Que. 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100
Ans. 1 2 2 3 3 3 3 1 2 3 3 2 4 4 3 1 2 1 2 3
Que. 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120
Ans. 2 2 3 4 3 3 2 1 2 4 2 2 4 3 4 4 4 2 3 4
Que. 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140
Ans. 3 3 3 4 3 2 3 1 1 3 2 3 3 2 2 4 2 3 2 3
Que. 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160
Ans. 1 3 1 2 1 3 4 2 3 2 4 4 1 1 2 4 1 2 1 4
Que. 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180
Ans. 1 3 3 4 3 1 3 2 2 3 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 3 4 3

HINT – SHEET
1. In ground to ground projectile motion, KE  R
decreases first (in upward dirn) then increases S  ˆi  Hjˆ
2
(in downward dirn) because at maximum height

particle has only horizontal velocity. Work done by gravity = F.S
2. Change in KE =  P dt  mg
 u 2 sin 2  
= –mgH =  
4  2g 
  (3t 2  2t  1)dt
2
6. V  2g(1  cos )
= 46 J   U ˆ U ˆ U ˆ 
7. F   i j k
1  x y z 
3. U  Kx2  U  x2 
2 F  (kiˆ  kj)
ˆ
  
4. Power = F.U
S  (x 2  x1 )iˆ  (y 2  y1 ) ˆj  ˆi  2 ˆj

5. F  mg( ˆj)  
W  F  S  3k
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8. U  x2 1
O + mgL = mv 2L  O
U (2)2 4 2
 2

U' (10  2) 144  VL  2gL
U' = 36U at lowest point :-
KE1 P 2 / 2m 1 m 2 mv 2L
9.    TL  mg 
KE 2 P 2 / 2m 2 m 1 L
TL = 3 mg
5  
= 21. W  FS
1
23. Vector form of Bio-savart law but need to
10. Angle between acceleration and momentum is
calculate at origin.
less than 90°. So acceleration has two
24. Both exduce magnetic field equal in magnitude
component one is  ar to momentum
as current will be divided.
(centripetal) and another is parallel to
momentum (tangential) which increases speed. B1
12. aCP  V2 so 1
B2
13. i = 0
f = 20 R
f=5 25. r< B=0
2
=?
R
   f  R>r>
 i   t  50 2
 2 
0i  R 2 
Number of revolution 
 25
 B = 2 r  4r  , r>R
2   
15. By COLM 1
mv0 + 0 = (m + M)V B i current density
r
m So as  4
V V0 ...(1)
mM 26.
By CONE
1 1
(m  M)V2  kx 2 ...(2) 1mm
2 2
by solving (1) and (2) N
 B = 0 I
L
m 2 v 20 N × 2r = L (r = radius of wire)
x
(m  M)k
N 1
so 
16. Vmax = µrg L 2r
18. TA – mg = m2r 0 I
T1 = mg + m2r ...(1)  B=
2r
TB = T2 = m2r ...(2)
TC + mg = m2r 4  107  5  103
B=
T3 = m2r – mg ...(3) 2  0.5
TD = T4 = m2r ...(4) B = 20 × 10–4 T
T1 > T2 > T3 and T2 = T4 B = 2 × 10–3 T
  
19. Tmax = m2max r 27. F  i (   B)
20. By CONE
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= i × 2r × B 32. M = NI A
= i2rB M = N × I × nR2
= 2irB
L2
28. As particle is released from rest so it will more M=N×I×N×
  4n 2 N2
along electric field since  || B so Fm = 0 so it L = N × 2nR
 
will move in a straight line (v || B) L 1
R= M
  2nN N
29. Since v || B
For Mmax N = 1 and area of circle is maximum
So, f m = 0  
fe = q 33. P = M  B
So where M is aloy area vector so P is max.
q in position I and minimum in IV.
a=
m
n = 0 I
36. T = 2n MB
Since speed brone H
2v0 =  y = const. =  0
T  I  M
So, 2v01 = 2x  2y
T0 m

 4v 20  2x  20 T1
2m
 x  x  at
 T1  2T0
q
 3v 0  t
m FC

3v 0 m
 t 37.
q
FA

dx
F1 F2 µ 0 I 2
30.  
  2nd

 F12 F22
Fnet  
 
Q

 f1 µ I2
dQ = dx Fnet  2  0
 2nd
I = (dQ)f
dm = (I) (A) 2µ 0 m P
38. Baxis =
2 4 r 3
 dm  (dQf)(x )
µ0 m P
Q Bequi = 
2 4n r 3
 dm   f x dx
0 if  0 or 180º
Q 3 so PQ1 and PQ2
   f  
 3 µ0M
31. A charge particle can accelerated but speed 39. B =
4 r 3
can't be charged while a close loop may
experience a sorce in non uniform magnetic 4 107  M
field. 4× 10–5 =
4 (6.4  103 )3
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M = 1.05 × 1023 A-m 2
t 0.875 8n1  1
Accordy to fleming left hand rule. 
t 0.5 2 n 1  1
Ans. 2
40.  = 90° 48. K = AeEa/RT K1 = AeEa1 /RT
f K2 = AeEa2 /RT K3 = AeEa3 /RT
so f = = I B sin 

2
f = 1 × 3 × 10–5  K1 K 2  3
= 3 × 10–5 N/m K =   on putting all values in this
 K3 
42. Circle due to maximum area
43. Z = MBsin equation.
M = NIA 2
= 10 × 5 × 12 × 10–4 = (a1+a2–a3)
3
= 6 × 10–2 A-m2, B = 0.3 T
as  = 0 2
= 180  80  50  = 140 KJ/mol
Z=0 3
49. [A]t = [A]0 – Kt = 1 – 0.001 × 10 × 60 = 0.4M
44. G
R [B]t = 0.001 × 10 × 60 = 0.6M
Rg = 12, Ig = 3mA 50. A  3B
P° O Pt = P° + 2x
VR P°–x 3x
Rg = P P
Rg  RH x t 0
2
VR After long time
 RH =  Rg
Ig P
O 3P° = P or P° =
 RH = 5988 3

q2 P
45. KEmax  Pt  
m x= 3
so, it is minimum for deutron. 2
46. K = 10–14 
 P 
1 d(A) 1  
  K(A)2 K = n   3 
3 dt t  P  3Pt  P  
 3  6

d(A)   
 = 3×10–14×(0.5)2
dt
= 7.5 × 10–15 M/  P 
1  
7.5  10 15 K = n   3 
 1.25  10 16 M / sec t P P
=
60  t
 2 2 
1  1 1 
47. Kt =  n1  n1  1  2P  
n  1  At A0 
K = t n  3 P   P 
  t 
 
1  2 n1  1 
Kt 0.5 =   83.314 75
n  1  A n0 1  51. K1 = A.e  R500 K2 = A.e  R500

1 8n1 1 K2
8.314103
Kt 0.875 =    e 8.314500
n 1  A0n1  K1

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K2 2.303 a
2.303 log 2 59. t= log
K1 K ax
K2
 10 0.868 2.303 5
K1 or t = 3
log  34.07s
15  10 3
= 7.38
60. Radioactive decay follows first order kinetics.
1 dCB dCB Therefore,
52.  K1 .CA  = 2 K1 CA
2 dt dt 0.693 0.693
Decay constant () = 
= 2×2×10–3×2 t1/ 2 5730
= 8×10–3Ms–1
Given, R0 = 100  R = 80
1 d  NH 3  1 d H 2 O 
53.  
4 dt 6 dt 2.303 [R]0 2.303 100
and t = log  log
d  H 2O   [R]  0.693  80
6  5730 
 ×3.6×10–3 = 5.4×10–3mol L–1s–1  
dt 4
54. If a= 0 2.303  5730
 Ea / RT t= × 0.0969 = 1845 years
 K = Ae 0.693
and K = Ae0 = A 2.303 [A1 ]
Hence, K becomes independent of T. 61. K = (t  t ) log [A ]
2 1 2
[X]
55. Rate of reaction = 2.303 1.45 2.303
t K= log   0.2169
[X] = Xi–Xf = 0.50 – 0.38 = 0.12M (1600  800) 0.88 800
= 6.24 × 10–4s–1
0.12
Rate = = 2×10–4Ms–1 62. Average rate during the time interval 30 – 60sec.
10  60
(C2  C1) (0.17  0.31) 0.14
Rate 1.02  10 4 mol L1s1 Rate =  
56. [N2O5]=   3 mol L1 t2  t1 60  30 30
K 3.4  10 –5 s–1
= 4.67 × 10–3 mol L–1s–1
57. Rate = K[A]x [B]y
From exp.(1), 63. Arrhenius equation, K = Ae  Ea / RT
5×10–4 = K[2.5×10–4]x [3×10–5] y ...(i) Given equation is
From exp.(2), K = (4.5×1011s–1) e–28000 K/T
4×10–3= K[5×10–4]x [6×10–5]y ...(ii) Comparing both the equations, we get
Dividing (ii) by (i), Ea 28000K
– 
4  10 3 RT T
= 2x . 2y = 8
5  104 Ea = 28000 K×R = 28000 K × 8.314 JK–1mol–1
From exp.(3), = 232.79 KJ mol–1
1.6×10–2 = K[1×10–3]x [6×10–5]y ...(iii) 64. For endothermic reaction, the minimum
Dividing (iii) by (ii), amount of activation energy will be more than
H.
1.6  10 2
= 2x = 4 Ea
4  10 3 65. log K = logA–
or x = 2, y = 1 2.303RT
Hence, order with respect to A is 2 and with 35  103
respect to B is 1. log K = log(1.45×1011) –
2.303  2  573
d[IO  ] [I  ]1 [OCl ]1 log K = 11.16 – 13.26 = –2.1
58. K
dt [OH  ]1 Taking antilog, K = 7.94 × 10–3s–1
order of reaction = 1 + 1 – 1 = 1
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Let at equilibrium, mole of SO2 and SO3 be
40
66. n(SO3) =  0.5 same then –
.80
2SO32SO2+O2 PSO3  PSO2
0.5 0 0 2

3.2 KP =
P 
SO3

0.5–2x 2x x = 3.2 gm =  0.1 mol 2


32 P  P
SO 2 O2

0.1 1 1
x = [O2] =  1000 = 1 mol/L
100 or PO2 =  = 0.29 atm
K P 3.5
x 1 72. By adding all the three reactions, we will get
ROR =  = 0.1 mol L–1 min–1
t 10 target reaction. On adding reaction, there
67. 3A  B + 2C equilibrium constant will be multiplled
8 0 0 73.  PCl3  Cl 2
PCl 5 
8–3x x 2x
8 – 3x = 5 1 0 0
x = 1 mol/lit 1–  

x 1 2  P  2P
ROR =  KP = 
t 10
= 0.1 mol/lit/min 1    1    1   2

68.  2NO(g)  Br2(g )


2NOBr(g)  KP 1
= ; 
P p
3P 2P P
P
4 4 4 74.  PCl3  Cl 2
PCl 5 
Initial moles a 0 0
PT = P  3P  2P  P  P After moles a–0.1 0.1 0.1
4 4 4
0.1 0.1
2 
 2P   P  KC = 1 1 V =1L
    4 P P a  0.1
4 4
KP =   2    
P 9 4 1 1
 
4 0.01
0.0414 =
a  0.1
P
1 a = 0.3415 mole
KP
75.  NH 3(g)  H 2 S(g)
NH 4 HS(s) 
 
69. G° for change = 2 G NO2  G N2O4 Pressure at equilibrium P P
= 2 × 12.39 – 23.49  total pressure at equilibrium =
= 1.29 KCal 2P = 1.12 atm
G° = –2.303 RT log KP 1.12
1.29×103 = –2.303 × 2 × 298 log KP P= atm
2
KP = 0.1132 atm 1 1
KP = PNH3  PH2S
KP n
  RT 
70. KC KP = 1.12  1.12  0.3136 atm2
2 2
2 = (0.0821×T)1 76.  A 2(g)  3B2(g )
2AB3(g) 
T = 24.36K
at t = 0 8 0 0
71.  2SO3
2SO 2  O 2  at eqm 8–a a/2 3a/2

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pOH = –log[OH–] = –log[3×10–3]
[A 2 ][B2 ]3
thus KC = [AB ]2 = –log[3×10–3]
3 = –[0.4771 – 3]
= 2.52
a
also 2 a=4 pH = 14 – 2.52 = 11.48
2
83. A weak acid and strong base salt (NaX)
4 2 6 Kw
and [AB3] = ; [A2] = and [B2]= 10 14
1 1 1  Kh = K = Ch2  0.1 × h2
a 10 5
2  63 h2 = 10–8  h = 10–4
KC= = 27 mol2L–2
42 % hydrolysis = 10–4×100 = 0.01%

77. Keq =
Kf
 20 
10 84. pH = pKa + log [NaCN]
Kb Kb [HCN]
Kb = 0.5 [NaCN]
78. Ka = 10–4 = Co 2 %  = 2% 9.3 = 9.3 + log Ka = 5×10–10
[HCN]
2
=  0.02 [NaCN] pKa  [log 5  10log]
100 log =0
[HCN] pKa  9.3
K 10 4 1
 Co = 2a  = [NaCN]
 0.02  0.02 4 =1
[HCN]
85. pH > 7
+
[H ] = Co It means solution is basic
It is only possible when the salt contains strong
1 base.
=  0.02  0.005  5  10 –3
4
pH = –log[H+] Ka
87.  (C = Constant for equimolar solution)
= –log[5×10–3] C
= –[log5 – 3log10]
= 2.3 1 K a1

79. At T = 30°C 2 K a2
Kw
Ka = 1 K a2   2 K a1
55.5
Ka 1 12 K a 2   22 K a1
  0.018  18 :1000
K w 55.5 88. pH = 12, pOH = 14–12 = 2.
[OH–] = 10–2M
80. H3BO3  B(OH)3
82. pH of HCl = 2  Mg 2  2OH –
Mg(OH)2 
 [H+] = 10–2 M 0.5×10–2M 10–2M
pH of NaOH = 12
 [OH–] = 10–2 M w B  1000
Molarity =
HCl + NaOH  NaCl + H2O mB  V
Initial mili mol
100 × 10–2 200 × 10–2 w B  1000
0.5×10–2 =
1 2 0 0 58  200
Final mili mol 0 1 1 1 w B = 58 × 2 × 0.5 × 10–2
= 0.58 gm  0.60 gm
1
 [OH–] from NaOH =  3  10 –3 89. S = 1.43×10–3 gL–1 Mw (AgCl) = 143
300

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1.43  10 –3 123. NCERT Pg. No. # 77 ; Para-1


= 124. NCERT Pg. No. # 70 ; Para-2
143
128. NCERT Pg. No. # 74 ; Para-4
S = 10 mol L–1
–5

Ksp = S2 130. NCERT Pg. No. # 82 ; table-5.3


= (10–5)2 = 10–10 M2 131. NCERT Pg. No. # 81 ; Para-2
132. NCERT Pg. No. # 83 ; Para-4
90.  A 2  2B
AB2 
80%
133. NCERT Pg. No. # 83 ; Para-4
0.8S 2×0.8S 135. NCERT Pg. No. # 83 ; Para-4
Ksp = (0.8×S)(2×0.8S)2 139. NCERT Pg. No. # 83 ; Para-4
8×10–5 = 2.048S 3   2S 
3
141. NCERT Pg. No. # 74 ; Para-4
142. NCERT Pg. No. # 89 ; Para-1
8  10 –5 143. NCERT Pg. No. # 89 ; Para-1
S3 =
2 146. NCERT Pg. No. # 86 ; Para-3
S = 40 × 10–6
3
148. NCERT Pg. No. # 86 ; Para-3
S= 40  10 –6
3 149. NCERT Pg. No. # 85 ; Para-1
= 3.4 × 10–2M 150. NCERT Pg. No. # 85-86 ; Para-1-2
= 0.034M 151. NCERT Pg. No. # 85 ; Para-2
91. NCERT Pg. No. # 69 ; Para-3 152. NCERT Pg. No. # 91 ; Para-4
92. NCERT Pg. No. # 69 ; Para-4 153. NCERT Pg. No. # 91 ; Para-2
94. NCERT Pg. No. # 69 ; Para-2 155. NCERT Pg. No. # 112 ; Para-2
95. NCERT Pg. No. # 72 ; Para-1 156. NCERT Pg. No. # 91 ; Para-2
96. NCERT Pg. No. # 71 ; Table-1 159. NCERT Pg. No. # 114 ; Para-1
97. NCERT Pg. No. # 75 ; Para-2 165. NCERT Pg. No. # 182 ; Para-1
99. NCERT Pg. No. # 71 ; Para-2 166. NCERT Pg. No. # 184 ; Para-2-3
100. NCERT Pg. No. # 70 ; Para-2 167. NCERT Pg. No. # 184 ; Para-2-3
102. NCERT Pg. No. # 71 ; Para-1 168. NCERT Pg. No. # 187 ; Para-2-3
103. NCERT Pg. No. # 73 ; Para-2 169. NCERT Pg. No. # 187 ; Para-4
104. NCERT Pg. No. # 73 ; Para-2 170. NCERT Pg. No. # 195 ; Para-5
105. NCERT Pg. No. # 74 ; Para-4 171. NCERT Pg. No. # 199 ; Fig.-11.4
106. NCERT Pg. No. # 73 ; Fig. 5.4 172. NCERT Pg. No. # 199 ; Para-2
107. NCERT Pg. No. # 79 ; Fig. 5.7 173. NCERT Pg. No. # 200 ; Para-2
111. NCERT Pg. No. # 77 ; Para-2 174. NCERT Pg. No. # 198 ; Para-11.3
115. NCERT Pg. No. # 77 ; Para-2 175. NCERT Pg. No. # 198 ; Para-2
116. NCERT Pg. No. # 77 ; Para-2 176. NCERT Pg. No. # 200 ; Para-3
118. NCERT Pg. No. # 74 ; Para-4 177. NCERT Pg. No. # 209 ; Para-2
121. NCERT Pg. No. # 90 ; Para-1 178. NCERT Pg. No. # 210 ; Para-2-3
122. NCERT Pg. No. # 77 ; Para-2 179. NCERT Pg. No. # 208-210
180. NCERT Pg. No. # 214 ; Para-2

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