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FULL TEST II
PAPER2
Q Q. .N NO O PHYSICS CHEMISTRY MATHEMATICS
1. A C A
2. B C A
3. C B B
4. B A A
5. C B A
6. A A A
7. D A B
8. B B A
9. D B A
10. A B A
11. A A B
12. B A C
13. C C C
14. C D B
15. B C C
16. A D C
17. B A D
18. A D B
19. A B A
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(C) (r), (D) (s)
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(A) (p), (B) (q)
(C) (r), (D) (s)
(A) (r), (B) (s)
(C) (q), (D) (p)
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(C) (p)
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(B) (p, q, s)
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P P h hy ys si i c cs s PART I
3. According to the question
2
e
e
g h
g 1
R
h
1
R
 
=

  \ .
+

\ .
2
2
e e
h h
1 0
R R
+ =
h =
( ) e
5 1 R
2
4. From figure it is clear
180 (i r) o = +
and
sini
sinr
=
sin60
3
sinr
=
r =30
o =90
i = 60
i = 60
r r
r
6. v1
B
m M
v2
C M
16. F =qvB sin u =qvB (u =90)
So, B =
F
qv
=
20
19 3
3.2 10
1.6 10 4 10
=5 10
7
T
Now,
p q 7 0
I I
5 10
2 5 2
(
+ =
(
t
I =4 amp.
If the distance of point R from third current carrying current is X, then
B
R
=0
7 0
2 2.5
5 10 0
4
+ =
t
so x = 1 m
19. P(2tr)dr =2trq
dv
dr
2t(r+dr) q
dv
dr
P(2tr)dr = 2t q
dv
dr
 

\ .
dr
P(2tr) = 2t q
0
2
2v r
R
 

\ .
P =
0
2
2 v
R
q
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C Ch he em mi i s st tr r y y PART I I
1.
O
H
+
+
O
H
2 2
OH CH CH OH
OH
O
+
OH
H
2. (III) is most reactive (resonance activation) followed by N (inductive activation). (II) is more
deactivated (resonance deactivation) followed by (I) (inductive deactivation).
3.
1
KE
1 2
2 1
KE
KE
= =
1
1
0.99
=
( )
2
1 2
KE 0.99 KE =
KE
2
~ 1.02 KE
1
% change is KE =
2 1
1
KE KE
100
KE
~ 2%
4. H 0, S 0 A > A > Reaction may be nonspontaneous at 25
o
C
G H T S A = A A
=180 298 150 10
3
=135.3 >0
=Nonspontaneous
To make it spontaneous ( ) G 0 A < . We have to increase the temperature.
3
H 180 10
T
S 150
A
= =
A
=1200 K =927
o
C.
11. Above critical temperature (T
C
), gas can not be liquified on cooling, the average energy of
molecule decreases.
12. Positive charge on nitrogen of diazo group is stabilized by electron releasing group.
13. Within amino acid, proton is accepted from COOH group by NH
2
group to from
3
" COO R NH "
+
.
14. More the number of alkyl substitute at double bond, greater its thermodynamic stability.
15. C H bond is broken in non rate determining step, therefore, substitution of oH by deuterium
doesnt affect the rate of reaction.
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16. There are total four types of oH and two types of carbonyl, hence a total of eight aldol would be
formed.
17.
o
cell
E 2.37 0.8 = +
=3.17 V
o
c
0.059
E logK
2
=
c
logK 107.45 =
18. Maximum work =nFE
=6 10
2
kJ
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M Ma at th he em ma at ti i c cs s PART I I I
1. Perfect square =  100 1 =9(excluding one)
Perfect cubes =  3 1 100
3 / 1
=
Perfect 4
th
powers =
1/ 4
100 1 2
(
=
Perfect 5
th
powers =  1 1 100
5 / 1
=
Perfect 6
th
powers =  1 1 100
6 / 1
=
Now, perfect 4
th
powers have already been counted in perfect squares and perfect 6
th
powers
have been counted with perfect squares as well as with perfect cubes
Hence the total ways =9 +3 +1 1 =12
2. [sin
1
x] >[cos
1
x] x >0
cos1
1
sin1
1
x
y
y =1
t/2
t
O
Clearly [cos
1
x] =
 
e
e
] 1 , 1 (cos x , 0
1 cos , 0 x , 1
[sin
1
x] =
 
e
e
1 , 1 sin x , 1
) 1 sin , 0 [ x , 0
Hence [sin
1
x] >[cos
1
x] x e [sin 1, 1].
3. As roots are of opposite sign, product of roots <0
a
2
+b
2
1 <0
a
2
+b
2
<1
a +ib <1
So, the point a +ib lies inside a circle of centre (0, 0) and radius 1.
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4. z 2 +3i =6 is a circle with centre (2, 3) and radius 6
and z 4 i =z 12 i is the perpendicular bisector
of (4, 1) and (12, 1) is a line parallel to axis imaginary.
Now this line
The line is tangent to circle at complex number (8 3i).
Hence only one complex number satisfies the above
equation.
(8, 1)
 
1
(2, 3)
(8, 3)
(4, 1)  
(12, 1)
6. Coordinates of point T (a cos o, 0) so distance from focus of the point T is a (e cos o)
7. There are 8 even and 9 odd numbers. So probabilities of getting first even number is
8
17
and
probabilities of getting second odd number =
9
17
, so required probabilities =
8 9 72
17 17 729
=
8. BI =r cosec
B
2
=4R sin
A
2
sin
C
2
BI
1
=r
1
sec
B
2
=4R sin
A
2
cos
C
2
II
1
=
2 2
(BI) (BI ) ' + =4R sin
A
2
1
II
=4R
A
sin
2
R =
15
8
A
B C
I1
I
90
0
9. y
r
=
1 2 3 n 1
1 1 1 ....... 1
r r r r
      
+ + + +
   
\ . \ .\ . \ .
log y =
n 1
p 1
1 p
log 1
r r
=
 
+

\ .
n
limlogy
=
k
0
log(1 x) dx +
}
=(k +1) log(1 +k) k
11. px
2
+4xy +qy
2
+4a(x +y +1) =0 represents pair of straight lines iff
4apq +16a
2
4a
2
p 4a
2
q 16 a
2
=0
4
2
4a +ap +aq pq =0.
For real , 16a
2
4.4(ap +aq pq) > 0
(a p)(a q) > 0 a s p or a > q
12. f(x) =ax
2
bx +2
f(0) =2
f( 1) =a +b +2 <0 ( a +b +4 <0)
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f(0) f( 1) <0
One root lie between ( 1, 0)
Nothing can be said about ab
13. Here only one condition is given. So degree is 2.
14. Any point on the parabola is (t
2
, t). Shift the origin to (4, 0) so that the line becomes X +y =0
and the point (t
2
, t) becomes (4 +t
2
, t) where X =x +4. If (X
1
, y
1
) is the image of (4 +t
2
, t) in
X +y =0, then
2
1
1
X 0 1
4 t
y 1 0
t
( ( ( +
=
( ( (
X
1
=t, y
1
=(4 +t
2
) and in the original coordinates x
1
=4 t, y
1
=4 t
2
the equation of image is (x +4)
2
=(y +4).
15. Shift the origin to the point (0, 3) so that any point (x
1
, y
1
) on the reflected line is given by
1
1
1 q(h 3)
x 1 0
p
y 3 0 1
h
+ (
( (
(
=
( (
(
(
(since m =0)
1 1
1 q(h 3)
x , y 3 h
p
+
= = px
1
=qy
1
+1 6q
and hence the reflected line is px qy =1 6q.
16. Equation of the tangent to the given circle at (2, 1) is 2x +y 3 =0.
Shift the origin to the point (2, 0) so that the two lines becomes y =X and 2X +y 7 =0. Any
point on the line is (h, 7 2h) and its reflection in y =X is given by
1
1
X 0 1 h
y 1 0 y 2h
( ( (
=
( ( (
X
1
=7 2h, y
1
=h X
1
=7 2y
1
x
1
+2 =7 2y
1
and hence the reflection of the tangent is
2y +x 5 =0 or y =
x 5
( 2)
2 4
}
( )
2 2 2 2
2 2
dx 1 dx
2a a x
a x
} }
=
( )
2 2 2
x
c
2a a x
+
.
(B) Put x =a sec u
dx =a sec u tan u du
I =
2 2
2 2 2 2
asec tan d 1 x a
sin c c
a sec atan a a x
u u u
= u + = +
u u
}
.
(C) Put x =a sinu
dx =a cosu du
I =
2
2 2
acos acos d
cot d
a sin
u u u
= u u
u
} }
=cotu u +c
=
2 2 2 2
1 1
a x x a x x
sin c cos c
x a x a
+ = + + .
(D) Put x =a sec u
dx =a sec u tan u du
I =
2
atan asec tan d
a tan d
asec
u u u u
= u u
u
} }
=a tanu au +c
=
2 2 1
x
x a asec c
a
+ .
2. (A) Required area =
4
0
1
2 xdx 4 4
2
}
=
 
4
3/ 2
0
4 8
x 8
3 3
=
(B)
( )
/ 2
5 5
0
sin x cos x dx
t
+
}
=
/ 2
5
0
4 2 16
2 sin xdx 2
5 3 15
t
(
= =
(
}
(C) For equation S +k =0 to represent pair of lines
1 2 2
2 3 1 0
2 1 1 k
=
+
3(1 +k) 1 2(2 +2k +2) 2(2 +6) =0
k =22
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(D) Let p.v. of given points be ( ) ( )
( )
A i j k , B 2i 2j k and C 3i k + + + + , so that two vectors in
the plane may be
AB i j = +
and
AC 2i j 2k =
Thus,
2 1
1 1 0 0
2 1 2
o
=
2o 2(2) +(1 2) =0
o =
1
2
3. (A) The equation will have roots of opposite sign if it has real roots and product of roots is
negative 4 (b
2
+1)
2
12 (b
2
3b +2) > 0 and
2
b 3b 2
0
3
+
<
1 <b <2
(B) The probability of problem being solved is 1
( ) ( ) ( )
P A P B P C
=1 ( )
1 1
1 1 1
2 3
   
o
 
\ . \ .
=
2 2
, 1
3 3 3
o  
+ e

\ .
(C) x =5 (y +z)
yz +x (y +z) =8
yz +(y +z) (5 (y +z)) 8 =0
y
2
+y (z 5) +(z
2
5z +8) =0
For real solution, (z 5)
2
4 (z
2
5z +8) > 0
(z 1)
7
z 0
3
 
s

\ .
1 s z s
7
3