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ANSWERS, HINTS & SOLUTIONS
CRT III
(Paper-1)

PHYSICS

CHEMISTRY

MATHEMATICS

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P P h hy ys si i c cs s PART I


4. Apply superposition of currents in each resistor due to each cell to get
current in two resistors zero, E/R in rest four, current drawn from each
cell is 2E/R



5. One particle t/2 before max height, other t/2 after max height
Relative velocity perpendicular to line joining them =gt
Relative separation =ut
Relative angular velocity =gt/ut =g/u

6. Intensity in absence of lens =P/4tr
2

So intensity at P before placing lens is of intensity at optical center of lens
After crossing lens light becomes parallel rays to intensity does not change further along that ray

7. apply work-energy theorem

2 2
1 mg 1 mg
mgz K z K Fz 0
2 K 2 K
(
| | | |
+ + = (
| |
\ . \ . (


z =2F/K.

8. t =MB sin u
o u
f
1 2
2
i i
r


9. a =kx
2


da
2kx
dx
= tan 60 =2k 3
1
k
2
=
a
2
x
2
=

2
dv x
v
dx 2
=
2 3
1
v x
C
2 6
= + at x =0, v =3 m/s

1
9
C
2
=

3
2
x
v 9
3
= +
hence a =1.5 and v 3 9 = +

10. Capillary height
2T cos
h
r g
u
=


h =59.6 mm

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here 59.6 mm is greater than the protruding part hence water will rise in the capillary of
insufficient height 25 mm.
Now,
2T
R 0.6
hrg
= = mm

11. Fluid particles passing through the bend are in circular motion. The
centripetal acceleration is provided by the variation in pressure. In the
section as shown

1 2 C
P A P A ma =

1 2
P P >
applying Bernoulli theorem at 1 and 2
i.e.,
2 2
1 1 1 1 2 2 2
1 1
P v gh P v gh
2 2
+ + = + +

2 2
1 1 1 2 2
1 1
P v P v
2 2
+ = + as
1 2
h h =

1 2
P P >

1 2
v v <

1
2
maC
P1A
P2A


12. In CM frame


2b/3
M,Q,2u
2M,2Q,u
b
C


13. At closest approach velocity perpendicular to line joining particles
Conserve kinetic +electric potential energy from large separation to closest approach

16. System rotates about CM i.e. middle of 4M and M(Q)
For problem 3, work done by electric field =QLE = Ie
2

Initial torque by electric field =QLE =Io
ro/e
2
r =

SECTIONC

1. For circular motion of a body tied to a string on a horizontal plane

2
mv
T
r
=
here, T mg =

2
1 1 1
2
2 2 2
mv /r Mg
mv /r M g
=

2
1 2
2
2 1
v r 8
v r 1
= (i)


r
M
T
O T

Now as angular momentum is conserved about pt 0.

1 1 2 2
mvr mv r = (ii)
from (i) and (ii)
1
2
r
2
r
=

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further
2
2 2 1 1
1 1 2 2
v r r
v r r
| | e
= =
|
e
\ .


2
2
1
1 1
2 4
e | |
= =
|
e
\ .


2 1 2
2 1
1 3
1 1
4 4
e e e Ae
= = = =
e e e


2.
A
Q dT
K A
t dx
A
=
A


dT
dx
in conductor A =slope of graph = 3
Since both conductors are connected in series, same heat current will flow in A and B.

B
Q 1
K
dT t
A
dn
A
=
A
=
1
200 3
t Atan45
Au
=
A
J /m-secC

3. For lens L
1
, ray must move parallel to the axis after refraction
1 1 w
1
x R
e

+ =

x =10 cm

4. f =ma
2

o =
2f
I mR
t
=
a
2
=F/4m, f =F/4




F
a1

f
f
a2


5. In steady state potential difference across each capacitor =E

6.
Ag
m sinu =5 10 sin 37 =5 10
3
5
=30 N

max AB C B
f (m m )gcos 48N = + u =
hence f =30 N

7. sin 1 u s

n
1 2 1 1
40
(
s s
(


or 20 n 60 s s
Hence number of maxima =60 20 =40



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C Ch he em mi i s st tr r y y PART I I

1.
o
p
G RTlnK A =
46.5 1000 =- 2 298 lnK
p

K
p
=1.3 10
34


2.
6 6 2 2 2 1
15
C H O 6CO 3H O;Q
2
+ +

2 2 2
C O CO ; Q +

2 2 2 3
1
H O H O; Q
2
+
Required equation: ( )
2 6 6 2 3 1
6C s 3H C H ; H 6Q 3Q Q + A = +

3.
2
Cl ,hv

Cl
2 5
KOH
C H OH

3
2
O / Zn
H OH

O
H
O
H


4. Mole fraction of A in vapour Y
A
=
o
A A
o o
A A B B
X P
X P X P +


o
A A
o
B B
X P 1 1
&
X 3 P 3
= =

A o
B B
o
A A
1 1
Y 0.1
X P 1 3.3
1
X P
= = =
+
+


6. [Cu(CN)
4
]
3
is square planar and contains Cu (I) which is colourless
[NiCl
4
]
2
is tetrahedral and contains Ni(II) which is coloured.
[BF
4
]

is tetrahedral and colourless

14.
( )
2 5 2 3
SO PCl SOCl POCl
A
+ +


( ) ( )
2 2 2
pungent smelling
SOCl H O SO HCl
A
+ +


15.
2
2
SOCl
5.95
M 5 10 mol/l
119 1

= =



2 2 3 3 2
H O SOCl 2AgNO 2AgCl 2HNO SO + + + +
Moles of AgCl formed =2 molarity of SOCl
2
in 100 ml =
2 2
100
2 5 10 10
1000

= moles
Wt. of AgCl =143.5 10
2
=1.435 g

16. IInd part was treated with dil. HCl/BaCl
2
/H
2
O
2
.

2 2 2
SOCl H O SO 2HCl + +

2 2 2 3 2
H O SO SO H O + +

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3 2 2 4
SO H O H SO +

2 2 4 4
BaCl H SO BaSO 2HCl
ppt.
+ +

Mole of BaSO
4
formed =
2
10
5 10
100

in 100 ml solution
Wt. of BaSO
4
formed =
3
5 10 233 1.165

= g.

SECTION C

2.
C H
3
CH
Br
CH
2
CH
3
2
Br /h
3 2 2 3
CH CH CH CH
v

(enantiomers)
3 2 2 2
CH CH CH CH Br +


C H
3
CH
Br
CH
2
CH
3
Alcoholic
KOH

C C
C H
3
H CH
3
H
2 2 3
cis CH CH CH CH + + =


3. Let x% be the decrease in density of Ge crystals. Let a be the total no. of Ge atoms missing and
b be the no. of boron atoms replacing Ge atoms.

b
100 2.376
a
= (i)

AV AV
72.6a 11b
1 1 0.01x
N N
| |
+ =
|
\ .


AV AV
72.6a 11b
0.01x
N N
= (ii)
Also, b = ( )
AV
6
150N
1 0.01x
10 11

(iii)
Solving (i), (ii) and (iii)
x =4%

4. K
sp
=[Zn
2+
][S
2-
]
[S
2-
]
21
19
10
10
0.01

= =
For
| |
1 2
2
2
a a
2
H S
K .K
H S
+
( (

=

2
19
20
H 10
10 H 0.1
0.1
+
+
(

( = =


or pH =1

5. 3Cu +10HNO
3
3Cu(NO
3
)
2
+3NO
2
+NO +5H
2
O

6. Only CO and CH
4
react with O
2
, N
2
remain uncreative

7.
P
OH
O O
OH
P
OH
O
OH
6
3
2
=



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M Ma at th he em ma at ti i c cs s PART I I I

1. A, B, D are always true but C is true only if the triangle is equilateral

2. f(x) =cos x +cos(x +2o) +cos(x +o) =(2 cos o +1) cos(x +o)
As cos (x +o) can take any real value from 1 to 1 x e R
But f(x) is constant so (2 cos o +1) =0 must hold

2
3
t
o = and C =0
Hence [C +o] =
2
0 2
3
t (
+ =
(



3.
2
2sin3xcosx 2sin3xcos3x
dx
2cos x 2cosx cos5x

+
}


( )
( )
sin3x cosx cos3x
dx
cosx cosx cos5x

+
}


2sin3x sin2x sinx
dx
2cosx cos3x cos2x


}

tan3x tan2x tanx dx
}
=
( )
tan3x tan2x tanx dx
}


4.
( )
2
0
2 1 sintdt
t
| =
}


( )
2
0
2 1 sintdt 1 sintdt
t t
t
| = +
} }


( ) ( )
2
2 1 1 sintdt
t
t
| | =
}

Put t =t +x,
( ) ( )
0
2 1 1 sinxdx
t
| | = +
}

=
0
x x
cos sin dx
2 2
t
+
}
=
0
x x
2 sin cos 4
2 2
t
(
=
(



5. We have
( )
12 42 r
sin K Let
PA PB PC
u = = = =

P
A
12
B
42
C
r

So K(PB PA) =42 12 =30
K(AB) =30
K[54] =30
K =
30 5
54 9
=

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Now K(PC PB) =r 42
K(BC) =r 42
K[r +42] =r 42
On solving r =147

6. Let
( ) ( )
t
0
g t f x dx =
}

g'(t) =f(t)
Now apply Lagranges mean value theorem in [0, 2], we get

( ) ( )
( )
g 2 g 0
g' c
2 0

where c e (0, 2)

( ) ( )
2
0
f x dx 2g' c =
}
where c e (0, 2)

7. Vector perpendicular to ( )

2i j k + and ( )

i 3j k + is


i j k

2 1 1 2i j 5k
1 3 1
= + +


Any general point on the line is (1 +2, 1 +, 1 ) at the point of intersection. This point satisfy
equation of plane (1 +2) +3(1 +) (1 ) =9
=1
Point of intersection (3, 2, 0) and required line
x 3 y 2 z
2 1 5

= =

8. (A) f(x) =cos(sin x)
As f(x +t) =cos(sin(t +x)) =cos(sin x) =cos(sin x) =f(x)
(B) As 1 s sin x s 1
cos 1 s cos(sin x) s 1
(C)
x / 2
lim f x f x
2 2 t
( t t | | | |
+ +
| |
(
\ . \ .

=
( )
x / 2
lim 2cos cosx 2
t
=
(D) Clearly f(x) is even function

9. Let the number be (a d), a, (a +d)
3a =24
a =8
Also (8 d)(8)(8 +d) =384
d
2
=16
d =4 or 4
Hence series is 4, 8, 12, ..
S
n
=2n(n +1) or 12, 8, 4, ..
S
n
=14n 2n
2


10. f(x) >0 and f'(x) >0 for x <0
f'(x) <0 for x >0
Now
( )
1
g x
1
f
x
=
| |
|
\ .


(0, 1)
0
2
1
y
1 x
=
+



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( )
2
2
1 1 1
g' x f'
1 x x
f
x
| | | |
=
| |
\ . | | \ .
|
\ .

So for x <0 g'(x) >0
x >0 g'(x) <0

11. As ac =3 and bc =4

b 4
a 3
=
b a 4 3 1
b a 4 3 7

= =
+ +
(ZB >ZA)

B A b a C
tan cot
2 b a 2
| |
=
|
\ . +


( )
( )
1 cos B A 4 3 C
cot
1 cos B A 4 3 2

=
+ +


A B
C
7
3K
6 =4K

On solving
C
cot 7
2
=
3
cosC
4
=
cos C =cos(A B) or cos C =cos(B A)
C =A B C =B A
t (A +B) =A B t (A +B) =B A
A
2
t
= (rejected) B
2
t
=
But
b 4
a 3
=
b a
K
4 3
= =
Now ac =3
2
3 7K 3 =
1/ 4
1
K
7
=

1/ 4
2
R 2K
7
= =

12. y =f(x) =(ln x)
2
+2 ln x

( ) ( )
( )
A a, f a
dy 2lna 2 2
1 lna
dx a a a
= + = +
Also
( )
dy f a 0
dx a 0



( )
( )
f a 2
1 lna
a a
= + f(a) =2(1 +ln a)
So (ln a)
2
+2 ln a =2 +2 ln a
(ln a)
2
=2
2
a e = or
2
e


Hence
2
a e

= and
2
b e =
So ab =1

13. 5x f'(x) x ln 10 10 =0

2lnx 2
5x xln10 10 0
x x
(
+ =
(


10 ln x +10 x ln 10 10 =0
10 ln x =x ln 10

lnx ln10
x 10
= , x >0
As
lnx
y
x
=

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2
1 lnx
y'
x

= so two values of x are possible



14.-16 We have
( )
( ) ( )
( )
x t 2
4 3
0
0
e e 1 ln 1 t
f x lim dt
2t 3
o
o
+
=
o +
}

0
form
0
(
(


=
( ) ( )
( )
x 2
3 3
0
e e 1 ln 1
lim
2 3 4
o
o
+ o
o + o

=
( )
( )
2
x
2 3
0
e 1 ln 1 1
e lim
4 2 3
o
o
+ o

o o o +

=
x
e
12

14. Clearly f(ln 2) =
ln2
e 1
12 6
=
15. We have
( ) ( )
x 0
2
0 x
g t dt 3x cos t g t dt = +
} }

On differentiating both side w.r.t x
g(x) =3 cos
2
x g(x)

( )
2
3
g x
1 cos x
=
+

Clearly
2
3 3
3
2 1 cos x
s s
+

16. Let
( )
/ 2
0
I g x dx
t
=
}

=
/ 2
2
0
3
dx
1 cos x
t
+
}

=
/ 2
2
2
0
3sec x
dx
tan x 2
t
+
}

=
3
2 2
t


SECTION C

1.
1 1 1
k
2 2 2
8 2 2
T tan tan tan
k k k
1 1
4 4

| | | | (
= = =
| | (
| | \ .
| (
+ | |
( \ . \ .

=
1
k k
1 1
2 2
tan
k k
1 1 1
2 2

( | | | |
+
| |
(
\ . \ .
(
| || |
(
+ +
| |
(
\ .\ .

=
1 1
k k
tan 1 tan 1
2 2

( (
+
( (




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2.
( )
( )
( )
a csin 200
d
cos 200 cos 200
= .. (1)

( )
( )
( )
b dsin 200
c
cos 200 cos 200
+ = .. (2)
a =d cos(200) +c sin(200) .. (3)
b =c cos(200) d sin(200) .. (4)
a
2
+b
2
=c
2
+d
2

(a
2
+b
2
+c
2
+d
2
) =2(c
2
+d
2
)
Also
( ) ( )
( ) ( )
( ) ( )
2
2
2 2
ac dccos 200 c sin 200
bd cdcos 200 d sin 200
__________________________
ac bd c d sin 200
= +
=
= +

So
( )
( ) ( )
( )
2 2 2 2 2 2
2 2
a b c d 2 c d
2 cosec 200
ac bd
c d sin 200
+ + + +
= =

+

p =2

3. Since
AB BD 2
AC DC 1
= =
Using since law in AABC we get

( )
1 2 2
sin sin 3 sin3
= =
u t u u

3 4 sin
2
u =2

2
1
sin
4
u =
1
sin
2
u = u =30 2u =60
A
u u
2 1
B
u
t2u 2u
t3u
C
D

Area of AABC =
1
2 1 sin60
2
=
3
2

Hence
2
3
12 12 9
4
A = =

4. Since diagonal is a member of both the families so it will pass through (1, 0) and (1, 1)
Equation of diagonal AC is x +2y 1=0
Since one of the vertex (3, 2) which does not be on AC, so equation of BD is 2x y =4
Point of intersection of AC and BD is
9 2
P ,
5 5
| |

|
\ .

If vertex B is (3, 2) then vertex D is
3 14
,
5 5
| |

|
\ .
also
12 5
BD
5
= (say d
1
)
Area of rhombus =
1 2
1
d d
2


2
1 12 5
d 12 5
2 5
| |
= |
\ .

d
2
=10

5. We have f'(x) =f'(3 x) on integrating w.r.t. x
f(x) =f(3 x) +c
Put x =0
f(0) +f(3) =c
32 +46 =c
c =14

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Now let
( )
3
0
I f x dx =
}
.. (1)

( )
3
0
I f 3 x dx =
}
.. (2)
Adding (1) and (2), we get
( ) ( ) ( )
3 3
0 0
2I f x f 3 x dx 14dx 42 = + = =
} }


6.
3 3
2
a b
ab
+
=
3 3
2
sin 20 sin 80
sin20sin 80
+

=
2
3sin20 sin60 3sin80 sin240
4sin20cos 10
+

=
( )
2
3 sin20 sin80 3cos30
4sin40sin20sin80 4sin20sin 80
+
=
=
( ) ( )
3 cos30
4sin20sin 60 20 ssin 60 20 +

=
3 cos30
3
1 4
sin60
4
=

7. f'(x) =6P 4P cos 4x 5 3 cos 3x >0
2P >
5 3cos3x
3 2cos4x
+


2P >max value of
5 3cos3x
3 2cos4x
+


2P >
5 3
3 2
+


P >4
Smallest P is 5