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MAX. MARKS: 240

MARKING SCHEME

 In Section I (Total Marks: 24), for each question you will be awarded 3 marks if you darken ONLY the bubble corresponding to the correct answer and zero marks if no bubble is darkened. In all other cases, minus one (-1) mark will be awarded. In Section II (Total Marks: 20), for each question you will be awarded 4 marks if you darken ALL the bubble(s) corresponding to the correct answer(s) ONLY and zero marks otherwise. There are no negative marks in the section. In Section III (Total Marks : 24), for each question you will be awarded 4 marks if you darken ONLY the bubble corresponding to the correct answer and zero marks if no bubble is darkened. In all other cases, minus one (-1) mark will be awarded. In Section IV (Total Marks: 12), for each question you will be awarded 6 marks if you darken ONLY the bubble corresponding to the correct answer and zero marks otherwise, There are no negative marks in this section

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MATHEMATICS

Section - I

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This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices.(a), (b),(c) and (d), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

1. Three circular coins each of radii 1 cm are kept in an equilateral triangle so that all the three coins touch each other and also the sides of the triangle. Area of the Triangle is (a)
(
4 + 2
3
)
cm
1
(c)
(
48
+
7
3
)
4
x
x
2. If
sin
+
cos
(a) x [2,•
)

2

 2 cm ≥ 1, 0 < < 2 , then (b) x (• , 2]

3. The number of real solutions of the equation

(a) one

(b) two

4. The value of a for which the equation

solutions

(

2 log

(a) 2<

a<

0

(b)

0

< a <

1

8

3 1
(b)
(
12
+
7
3
)
cm
4
(d) (
6 + 4
3
)
2
cm
(c) x [
1,1]
1
1
1
27
x
+
12
x
=
2.(8)
x
is

2

(d)

x

[

2, 2]

(c) infinite

x

)

2

log

3

x

+

a

=

(d) zero.

0 possess four real

(c) 0 < a < 5

(d)N.O.T

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5. The set of values of ‘a’ for which 1 lies between the roots of

(a) (- ,-6) (b)

(- ,+6)

(c)

(- ,-6)

2

x

ax

(2, )

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a+

3=

(d)

0

is (2, )

6. The number of positive integral solutions of

(a) four

(b) three

 2 ( 3 4 ) 3 ( 2 ) 4 x x x ( ) 5 ) 6 x 5 ( 2 x 7

(c) two

0 is

(d) only one

 7. If a = sin sin 5 sin 7 and is the integral root of the equation 2x 18 18 18

2

5x+

3=

,then a is equal to

0

 1 1 1 1 (a) 4x (b) 6x (c) 8x (d) 10x

8. The values of a for which the equation

sin

4

x + cos

4

x = a has real solutions

 (a) 3 a 1 (b) 1 a 1 (c) 1 a 1 (d) N.O.T 4 4 2

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Section – II (Multiple Correct Answer (s) Type)

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This section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (a), (b),(c), and (d) out of which ONE or MORE may be correct.

9.

10. The solution set of
(a)
x
n
,
n
6
(c)
x
n
,
n
8

sin x

+

6

 

+

8

 

cos 2 x

contains

(b)

(d)

x

x

+

n

 

n

2

4

,

n

+

4

 

In a triangle tan A + tan B + tan C = 6 and tan A tan B = 2, then the values of tan A, tan B and tan C are

(a) 1, 2, 3

(b) 2, 1, 3

(c) 1, 2, 0

(d) none of these 3
5
11.
If
cos
=
and
cos
=
5 13
33
56
(a)
cos
(
+
)
=
(b)
sin
(
+
)
=
65
65
1
63
2
(c)
sin
(d)
cos
(
)
=
 
2
   =
65
65
2
12.
Let a,b,c
R.
If
ax
+ bx + c = 0 has two real roots A and B where A < –1 and B > 1, then
b
c
b
c
(a)
1
+
+
<
0
(b)
1 +
+
< 0
a
a
a
a
(c)
c <
a
(d)
c <
a
– b
2 x
(
)
5 x +
2
3
–169
0
13.
is true in the interval
(a)
(–• ,2)
(b)
(0, 2)
(c)
(2, • )
(d)
(0, 4)

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Section – III (Paragraph Type)

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This section contains two paragraphs. Based upon 3 multiple choice questions to each have to be answered. Each of these questions has four choices (a), (b), (c) and (d), out of which ONLYONE is correct.

Paragraph-I

Let us consider the quadratic equation (

On the basis of above information answer the following:

14. The number of integral values of m such that the given quadratic equation has imaginary roots are

(a)

1+ m

)

2

x

(

– 2 1+ 3m

)

(

x + 1+ 8m

)

= 0 , where m

R

{–1}.

0

(b)

1

(c)

2

(d)

3

15. The set of values of m such that the given quadratic has at least one root is negative is

(a)

(c)

m

m

(–, –1)

–1, –

1

8

(b)

(d)

m

m

R

 

1

8

,

 

16. The set of values of m such that the given quadratic equation has both roots are positive is

(a)

(c)

 m R (b) m (–1, 3) m [3, •) (d) (–• , –1) [3, •)

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Paragraph-II

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Paragraph for Question Nos. 17 to 19

If

a

x

= b x =

log

a

b

(

a >

0,

a π

1,

b >

0 )

m > 0, m π 1,

(i)

log

(iii) log

m

m

ab =

log

m

a

b

= b

log

a +

m

a

log

m

b

17. Values of x satisfy the equation

log

(a)

2

x

+

3

(

6

2

x

–1/4

+

23

x

+

21

)

=

18. Value of x satisfy equation

(a)

1

4 – log

3

x

(b)

25

log

10

x =

(b)

19. Values of x satisfy the equation

(a)

1, 3

(b)

4, 7

(ii)

(iv)

log

a

log

m

c

b

  =

 

a

b

= b

log

c

log

a

m

a

– log

m

b

+

7

(

–2

4

2

x

5

+

4

x

+

12

log

10

5

x

+

is.

9

)

(c)

10

x

(c)

2

2log 9

1

log

3

x

x

=

(

x

(c)

9, 11

 –4 (d) –1/2 1000 (d) 4 1 ) 7 (d) 81, 2

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20. Match the following :

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 Columns I Columns II A The number of roots of the equation 4 3sec 2 + 8 = 10sec in[0, ] is P 1 B The number of roots of the equation 5cos 2 + 2cos 2 + 1 = 0 in (0, ) Q 2 2 C The number of roots of the equation sin x = ( x 1 ) 2 is R 3 1 in[ 2,1] is D The number of roots of the equation tan x = 2 S 4 x T 0 Column-I Column-II A If log x x 2 ≥ 2 then x P (–2, 3) B If log 0.4 (x – 5) < log 0.016 (x – 5) Q (6, • ) C Log 3 (x + 2)(x + 4) + log 1/3 (x + 2) < is valid for x belongs to 2 1 7 log 3 R    [4, • ) 1    0, 4 1  1 1  D If 2 log 0.1 x 2 then x S   , 100 10  

21. Match the following :

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PHYSICS

Section - I

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This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices.(a),

(b),(c)

and (d), out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

1.What is dimensional formula of thermal conductivity?

a)

[MLT

1

K

1

]

b)

[MLT

3

K

1

]

c)

2.

t p ,The value of which depends on three fundamental constant-speed of light in vacuum c,

Gravitational constant G and Planck’s constant h,Then t p

2

[M LT

3

K

2

]

d)

[M

2

L T

2

K

]

An important milestone in the evolution of the universe just after the Big Bang is the Planck time

a) Ghc

2 b)

5

c

Gh

c)

Gh c

5

d)

 

Gh

c

5

 

1

2

3.

be

a) 4.58 x 10 -5

If

3.8x10

4. Given that

6 is added to 4.2 x 10 -5 , giving due regard to the significant figures, then the result will

b) 4.6 x 10 -5

y

=

Asin

 2

 

(vt

x)

c) 4.58 x 10 -5

d) 4.7 x 10 -5

where y and x are measured in metres. Which of the

following statements is true?

 a) The unit of is same as that of x and A. b) The unit of is same as that of x but not of A. c) The unit of v is same as 2 . d) The unit of (vt-x) is same as that of 2 .

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5. The length and breadth of a metal sheet are 3.124 m and 3.002m m respectively. The area of this

sheet up to four correct significant figures is

a)9.376 m 2

b)9.378 m 2

c)9.379 m 2

d)9.388 m 2

6. The length of a simple pendulum is about 100 cm is known to an accuracy of 1mm. Its period of

oscillation is 2s determined by measuring the time for 100 oscillations using a clock of 0.1s resolution. What is the accuracy in the determined value of g?

a)0.2%

b)0.5%

c)1.0%

d)2%

7. A person can throw a stone to a height of H metres vertically upward. The maximum horizontal

distance the man can throw the same stone is

a)H/2

b)H

c)2H

d)3H

8. A particle is moving with a constant speed v in a circle. What is the magnitude of average velocity

after half the rotation?

a)2v

b) 2 v

v

c) 2

v

d) 2

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Section – II (Multiple Correct Answer (s) Type)

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This section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (a), (b),(c), and (d) out of which ONE or MORE may be correct.

9. Which of the following is true regarding a projectile thrown horizontally parallel to the ground

 a) Its acceleration is x direction is constant. b) Its acceleration is y direction is constant. c) Its velocity in y direction is constant. d) Its average velocity, averaged over the time of flight is zero in y direction.

10. Which of the following statement is true?

a) If two quantities have same dimension then they must measure same physical quantities.

b) If two physical quantities have same units then they must have same dimensions.

c) Equation of trajectory can be used to find the total displacement of the particle.

d) Equation of trajectory can be used to find the velocity of particle at an instant.

 11. If a.b = b.d = 0 ,then a) a and b are parallel. b) b and d are parallel c) a and d are parallel d) a and b are perpendicular. 12. The equation of motion of a particle is given by x=at and y=bt 2

a) Its velocity is given by

ai ˆ + 2btj ˆ

b)The equation of trajectory of the particle is y= bx

a

c) The equation of trajectory of the particle is y=

bx

2

2

a

d)

13.A projectile was through at an angle with horizontal .Which of the following quantities would be zero for complete time of flight.

a)Average velocity c)Average acceleration in x direction

The particle has acceleration only in y direction.

b)Average velocity in y direction d)Average acceleration in y direction.

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Section – III (Paragraph Type)

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This section contains two paragraphs. Based upon 3 multiple choice questions to each have to be answered. Each of these questions has four choices (a), (b), (c) and (d), out of which ONLYONE is correct.

Paragraph-I

While counting the significant digit in a numeric value following rules are followed.

 a) The trailing zeros are never counted b) All the zeros after decimal are always counted. c) A zero before the decimal is counted only when decimal follows a non zero digit d) All non zero digits are always counted

14. The total number of significant figures in 0.00042300 will be

 a) 3 b)4 c)5 d)6 15.How many significant digits are present is 4200 cm. a) 2 b)4 c)3 d)none

16. How many significant digits would be present in the sum of 200m and 21000m?

a) 3

b)4

c)5

d)8

Paragraph-II

The least count of a instrument is the smallest measure which a instrument can measure. Every instrument consists of a main scale. And few main scale multipliers .Each multiplier is known as the accurator of the instrument. Like in case of screw gauge the circular scale acts as the accurator.The total divisons on accurator is fixed and is equal to 1 main scale division. So any reading on the multiplier is multiplied with a ratio known as the accurating factor to get it converted into to a reading

equivalent main scale reading. Accurating factor is equal to

1

total.div.on.main.scale.accurator

Least count=1 main scale unit x accurating factor accurator named accurator 1 and accurator

17.Where accurator1 is the main scale multiplier and accurator 2 is the accurator 1 multipler.Then the total number of accurating factor for the instrument would be

a)1

A

spherometer consists of a main scale and two

b)2

c)3

d)4

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18.If the two accurator consists of 100 divisions in the previous case then the least count of the instrument is equal to 10 -k .What is the value of k.

a)1

b)2

c)3

d)4

19.If the main scale division is equal to 1 cm .The instrument has only one accurator with 50 divsions.Then the least count of the instrument is equal to

a)0.1 cm

b)0.05cm

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c)0.02cm

d)1cm

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 20. Match the following : Given y= 3 x-0.2x 2 Columns I Columns II A Time of flight in second P 60 B The range in metre Q 2 3 C The maximum height in metre R 10 3 /2 D The angle of the projection in degree S 15/4 21. Match the following:

Match the quantity having same dimensions

 Column-I Column-II A pressure x volume P Joule B Energy needed to boil the water Q calorie C h, planck constant R Angular momentum D F x displacement S ergs

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CHEMISTRY Section - I

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This section contains 8

(b),(c)

multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 c hoices.(a),

and (d), out of w hich ONLY ONE is correct.

14. When the frequency of ligh t incident on a metallic plate is doubled, the kinet ic energy of emitted photoelectrons will be

a) Doubled

b) Halv ed

c) More than doubled

d) Unch anged.

15. The ratio of radii of two suc cessive orbits is 4 : 9. The ratio of the wavelengt hs of electron waves in these orbits is

a) 9 : 4

b) 3 : 2

c) 16 : 81

d) 2 : 3

16. What is the percent yield of water if 0.90 g of water is obtained when 29.0 g of butane is burned in excess oxygen? The bala nced chemical equation is

2C 4 H 10 +

13 O 2

8CO 2

+ 10H 2 O 4- . How many milliliters of 2 M NaCl solution are required to make 1 liter of 0.4 M NaCl solution?

(a) 5,000 mL

(b)800 mL

(c)200 mL

(d)0.2 mL

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h

6 The difference in the angular momentum of two bohr’s orbits 3 2

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.The number of all possible

electronic transitions between two orbits is

a)3

7-The wavelength corresponding to maximum energy for hydrogen is 91.2nm. Find the corresponding

wavelength of He +

(a)

8-A drug marijuana owes its activity to tetrahydrocannabinol , which contains 70% as many corbon

atoms as hydrogen atoms and 15 times as many hydrogen atoms as oxygen aom .the number of mole in a gram of tetrahydrocannabinol is 0.00318 . determinate the molecular formula

(a)

b)12

c)6

d)1

11.9

(b) 22.8

(c)

9.12

(d) 91.2

C 20 H 32 0 3

(b)

C 20 H 22 0 3

(c)

C 21 H 30 0 2

(d)

C 21 H 32 0 3

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Section – II (Multiple Correct Answer (s) Type)

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This section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (a), (b),(c), and (d) out of which ONE or MORE may be correct.

9-Which of the following statement is/are correct (a)The ionisation potential of Li 2+ is122.4n e.v

(b)Velocity of electron in 2 nd shell of He + ion is 2.18 10 5 m/s (c)The wavelength associated with golf ball weighing 200g and moving at a speed of 5m/h is of the order 10 -30 (d)The ratio of energy of a photon of 200A 0 wavelenth radiation to that 4000A 0 is 2

10 which of the following isoelectronic

with 24 gms of Mg 2+ (b) at STP22.4 L O 2- (d) 26gms ofAl 3+

(a)1 mol Na +

11.Which of the following is/are incorrect statement (a)Angular momentum of an electron is intregal multipile of 7h/88 (b)the wave number ratio of first lymen and first paschen trasition is108/7

(c)The emission line in the atomic spectrum of hydrogen in balmer series appear at 5R/36 (d)None of thease 12. Which of the following statement is/are correct

(a) Molarity of pure water is 55.55

(b) Mass percentage of hydrogen in one mole of cane sugar is 23 (c)In a compound Mg 3 P 2 has 0.62 gms P. Then molels of Mg in this compound are 0.3 (d) Suger is volatile substance while camphor is non volatile substance 13.If the kinetic energy in the nth bohr’s orbit is double of the present kinetic enegy,then which of the following factor would increase

a)Radius of the orbit c)Velocity of the electron

(b) N A molecule ofH 2 O

b)Potential Energy d)Nuclear force on the electron

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Section – III (Paragraph Type)

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This section contains two paragraphs. Based upon 3 multiple choice questions to each have to be answered. Each of these questions has four choices (a), (b), (c) and (d), out of which ONLYONE is correct.

Paragraph-I A single electron orbits around a stationary nucleus of charge +Ze, where Z is a constant and e is the magnitude of eiectronic charge . it requires 47.2 eV to excite the electron from second bohr orbit to third bohr orbit, Find

14 The value of Z

(a)

5

(b)

6

(c)

3

(d)

2

15 The energy required to excite the electron from n=3 to n=4

 (a) 13.45ev (b) 28.43ev (c) 16.53ev (d) 20.67eV 16 the potential energy of electron in first orbit (a) -340ev (b) -680ev (c) -170ev (d) -340eV

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Paragraph-2

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A single electron orbits around a stationary nucleus of charge +Ze, where Z is a constant and e is the magnitude of eiectronic charge . it requires 47.2 eV to excite the electron from second bohr orbit to third bohr orbit, Find

17. Angular momentum of electron in ground state in multipile of 10 -34

 (a) 1.056 (b)1.034 (c) 1.25 (d) 1.050 18. Kinectic energy of electron in ground state (a) 360ev (b)280 ev (c) 136ev (d) 340eV

19. The ionisation energy of above one electron

 (a) 120ev (b)280 ev (c) 340ev (d) 280eV

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20. Match the following :

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 Columns I Columns II A Radius of n th orbita P Inversely proportional to Z B Energy of n th shell Q Integral multiple of h/2 C Angular momentum of electron R proportional to n 2 D Velocity of electron in n th orbit S Inversely proportional to n T Inversely proportional to n 2

21. Match the following :

 Column-I Column-II A No. Of electrons in 72 gms NH 4+ P 2.4 N A B Electrostate charge in 92 gms Na + Q 4N A C No. Of valance electrons in 4.2 nitride ion R 36N A D No.of C atoms in 2gms ion of oxalate S none

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