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Q. No.

1.

PHYSICS

A

CHEMISTRY

B

MATHEMATICS

A

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3.

4.

5.

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7.

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Physics

1.

V = Es ;

2sm

E=

qt 2

V

.2

PART I

2s2m

= 11.375 Volt

qt 2

'

sin30 sin60

' 3

cos60(v ' ') cos 60(2v) v

= v/ =

3.

40 3

0.1 3

120

400 rad/s

30

for x<0

It will oscillate like SHM

m

Time period T1

k

For x>0

It will perform periodic motion under constant force

T2 2

2E

mg2

T

m

2E

2

k

mg2

mv 02

R

mv 0

B

eR

ev 0B

a2 R2 b R

b2 a2

R

2b

2bmv 0

B 2

(b a2 )e

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Time spent m the region is ( 2)

Hence total time spent

2

T

2

v

2

v

6.

Torque of Internal force is always zero. All other quantities will vary.

8.

9.

ML2

3ML2

sin2 60 2

12

24

10.

11.

Balance forces.

R

( )

m L cos

N

mg

12.

13.

t x 2

y(x, t) = e b v = b

15.

2L = m (1/2) =

L = n (2/2) =

m T

2f 9

n

2f

T

4

m = 3n = 3 1 = 3

16.

17.

cos = 1 = 0 L = 1/C

v v 0 sin 30

fB = f f0 =

f0 f0

v v 0 sin 30

2v 0 f0

=

2v v 0

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18.

1

mv 2 h

2

19.

20.

Hence, for the paritcle,

Vx = 2m/s and Vy = 2x = 4t

ax = 0 ay = 4m/s2

x = 2t, y = 2t2

aTotal = 4m/s2

(a) (along Y-axis)

x2 x2

and trajectory y 2.

4

2

So, Vx = Vy = 2 V = 2 2

4

V2

42

RC

2 2m=

m

o

aN 4.cos 45

2

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Chemistry

2.

PART II

OH

O

O

O

H

OH

OH

O

H

OH

OH

Tautomerise

3.

D

D

D

D3 O

D

D

4.

2n

Talc has empirical formula Mg2(Si2O5)2Mg(OH)2 which Si2 O5 n units of two dimensional sheet

silicates.

5.

H

O

It has half open book like structure having dihedral angle 97o

97o O

6.

H

r Ho

o

-1

= - 241.0 kJ/mol

Hro N2H4 50.6 kJ / mol

9.

Radius ratio for MgO is = 0.464 which reflect the coordination number 6 and radius ratio for MgS

is 0.353. Which reflect the coordination number 4.

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10.

H2 O ClO3 aq

ClO4 aq 2H aq 2e

2H aq ClO3 aq 2e ClO2 aq H2O

2ClO3 aq

ClO2 aq ClO4 aq

Eocell 0.33 0.36 0.03

RT

lnK (at equilibrium)

nF

0.059

0.03

logK

2

logK = - 1

K = 0.1

2ClO3

ClO4 ClO2

Eocell

Initially

equilibrium

.1

.1 2x

0

x

0

x

x2

.1 2x

1

x2

x 0.019 M

10 .1 2x 2

12.

2

1 1 3 /2

2

/ 2

1 8 12 e 0

16 4 a0

1 2 8 12 0

On solving for we get

2r

= 1, 6, 2 and

a0

For = 1; 1

2; 2

a0

2

r a0

2r

r 3a0

a0

n-factor of H3PO2 is 4/3 for the reaction.

Tb K b m i

2.08 = 0.52 1 i

i=4

This implies that the salt on dissociation gives 4 ions. Thus, the salt that gives four ions is

K3[Fe(CN)6].

6;

13.

14.

2r

a0

2r

a0

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OH

H

H

CH3

CH3

CH3

-D shift

OH

OH

D

D

H

CH3

16.

CH3

O

SeO2

B

18.

19.

20.

21.

22.

25.

OH

OH

Bezilic acid rearrangement

COO

It is a non-degradable pollutant.

Colloidal silver bromide solution is used in photography.

Stability of carbonates increases down the group. Carbonates of alkali metals are more stable

than those of alkali metals.

2px and 2py have one nodal plane each. In 1s there is no nodal plane and in case of *2px there

are two nodal planes.

Le-Chatelliers principle.

COOH

COCl

SOCl2

AlCl3 /

Zn/Hg

HCl

26.

Brown colour of iodide million's base.

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Mathematics

PART III

1.

xh + yk (h2 + k2) = 0

.. (1)

mx y + 2m = 0

.. (2)

Compare (1) and (2) eliminate m

2.

As f(x) is continuous decreasing function on (0, ), so 0 < f(8x) < f(6x) < f(4x)

f 6x

f 4x

So lim 1 lim

lim

x

x f 8x

x f 8x

f 6x

By squeeze play theorem lim

1

x f 8x

3.

2

y

y

So, 6 a 0

x

x

m + m2 = 6

Which gives m = 3 or 2

and mm2 = a

From (2) a = 27 or 8

Hence sum of all possible value of a = 19

lim

4.

.. (1)

.. (2)

x x 2

e ln g 2 x2 ln g 2 form

0

g' 2 x 2

2x

g' 2

1

x 0 g 2 x 2

1

g 2

2

e

e

e

2x

e

lim

1/ n

f t dt

5.

I lim

form

0

n2

Using : L Hospital and using Leibnitz rule

1 1

n3 f 2

n 1

n n

I lim

lim f

n

n 2 n

2

1

Put n hence

h

1

f 0 h f 0 1

I lim

f' 0

2 h 0

h

2

6.

dy

1

2

dx

x

2

Slope of normal to xy = 1 for x > 0 (x 0)

For xy = 1

log2 1 5a a 2

0

5

So 1 + 5a a > 1

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7.

2

3

1

1 2

2

ah

2

2

3

3

abc 2 1 1 3

R

4

3 4 2 2

8.

2

3

1

1

= Area of parallelogram Area of sector OPQ

1

= sin 2 sin f

2

2

2

n 1

n n 1

r r 1

9.

Using n Cr

10.

Cr 1

Area of triangle =

13.

r=1

Cr 2 is equal to

64

1 1 64

2 2 =

8

A B

2 1 4

A

length of the side of triangle is =

12.

n2

M

a

1

and |adj B| = |B|n1 where n is order of square matrix)

A

11.

1

2

3 1

3

1

5

2h

3

3 4h

h

1

4

3

3 5 3

1 0 0

1 1

1

The volume of tetrahedron = OA OB OC 1 1 0

6

6

6

0 1 1

Area of base =

1

i j i j k i 1 i k = 1 2 1

2

2

2

2

Hence height =

3 volume

3 2

1

Area of base

6

2

C = 20

1

ab

2

Sa=7

S b = 13

ab=6

a2 + b2 = 400

C

b

.. (1)

A

13

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ab = 182

1

ab 91

2

14.

16.

17.

18.

Let r xi yj zk

Comparing x = t2 + t 2 y = t + 2 z = t2 + 6t + 9

Hence z x = 5t + 11 z x = 5(y 2) + 11 x + 5y z + 1 = 0

a b a b 8

2

ab 8

2 2

a b sin2 8

8

2

b

16

1

2

1

2

b 4

If

x2

(x2y2)

(x1y1)

y1

y2

f(x) = 0 at x

4

4

4

f

4

a

19.

y2

1, a > b

a2 b2

So x1x2 = y1y2 = b2

3d = 49

3d 7

/4

/2

/4

a

cos a x

ln cot a tan x dx ln

dx

sina cos x

2 1

= 2ln 2 1

2 1

sec d cosec d = ln

I(a) = ln (sin a) a

I(1) = ln (sin a) = ln |cosec 1|

1/ x

20.

Let A lim 2x 1

x 0

2

= e

lim

x0 x

1

2x 1 1

2

(1 form)

2x 1

lim

2x

e

x 0

= e2

ln 2

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21.

Un

n 2 n 1

1

1

1

n 1 n 2

n 1 n 2

n 1 n 2

n

Sn

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n 1 n 2 2 n 2

n 1

Hence lim Sn

n

22.

1

2

100

z 1 i 3

100

3

3

100

100

100

= 2 cos

isin

3

3

3

3

1

3

= 2100 i

2

2

1

Re z

1

2

Im z

3

3

23.

|wz 1 w2| = a

|z + 1| = a

|a 1 + 2| = a

|z 1| + 2 a

0a4

24.

Since RHS is even. So LHS is also even integer so either both x and y should even or both

should odd integer. Now

x4 y4 = (x y)(x + y)(x 2 + y2)

(x y), (x + y), (x 2 + y2) must be an even integer

Therefore (x y)(x + y)(x 2 + y2) must be divisible by 8

But RHS is not divisible by 8

So given equation has no solution

25.

1, 4, 7 .. 3n 2 (3 2) type

2, 5, 8 .. 3n 1 (3 1) type

3, 6, 9 .. 3n

3 type

This means either both the numbers should from (3 type) or one number each from (3 2) type

and (3 1) type

n n 1

3n2 n

So total number of ways n C2 nC1 nC1

n2

2

2

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26.

Put x = 1 and x = 1 and add

45 a0 a1 a2 a3 a4 ..... a15

0 a0 a1 a2 a3 a4 ..... a15

_____________________________

45 2 a0 a2 a4 ............... a14

a0 + a2 + a4 + .. + a14 = 512

27.

28.

29.

f(x) = 3x + 2ax + b

y = f(x) is increasing x R

f(x) 0 x R

2

So (2a) 4 3 b 0

2

a 3b 0

This is true for exactly 16 ordered pairs (a, b) 1 a, b 6

16 4

So required probability =

36 9

ab2 ac 2 bc 2 ba2 ca2 cb2 6 6 6 1/ 6

a b c

6

So a(b2 + c2) + b(c2 + a2) + c(a2 + b2) 6abc

2r 2r 1

tan1

1 2r 2r 1

n

tan

2r tan1 2r 1

r 1

= tan1 (2n)

4

30.

cot A cot C

sin A C sinB

cotB

sin A sinC cosB

=

=

=

=

sin2 B

sin A sinC cosB

4R 2b2

4R 2ac cosB

b2

ac cosB

2b2

2002b2 b2

2

2001

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