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MOCK TEST (Paper-2)

ANSWERS
PHYSICS CHEMISTRY MATHEMATICS
1. (B) 19. (C) 37. (A)

2. (A) 20. (A) 38. (B)

3. (B) 21. (C) 39. (D)

4. (A) 22. (D) 40. (A)

5. (B) 23. (D) 41. (B)

6. (D) 24. (A) 42. (D)

7. (A) 25. (B) 43. (C)

8. (B, D) 26. (B, C, D) 44. (A, B, C)

9. (A, B, D) 27. (A, C, D) 45. (A, B, C)

10. (A, C) 28. (A, B) 46. (B, C)

11. (B, C, D) 29. (A) 47. (A, B, C)

12. (A, C) 30. (A, C, D) 48. (B, D)

13. (A, B, C) 31. (B, C) 49. (C, D)

14. (A, C) 32. (A, B, D) 50. (C, D)

15. (B) 33. (D) 51. (A)

16. (A) 34. (C) 52. (A)

17. (A) 35. (D) 53. (C)

18. (A) 36. (D) 54. (B)

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ANSWERS & HINTS


PART - I (PHYSICS)
1. Answer (B) 3. Answer (B)
u
N
P  TA
TB N

37° 3mg
TB 4
mg
TA cos37  ...(i)
4
5
TA  mg
u 2 sin2  16
Maximum height h = R + R cos  +
2g TB = TA sin 37°
dh 5 3 3
For h to be max 0 TB  mg   mg
d 16 5 16
dh u 2 2 sin  cos  TB = N
 0  R sin   0
d 2g 3 3
mg    mg
2
u cos  16 4
R
g 1

Rg 4
cos   ...(i)
u2 4. Answer (A)
1.5  10 3
 cos   5  5  5 1
u stress × strain
2
4
sin  
5 f
Stress =
A1
hmax  R  R 3  5  5  4  4
5 5  5  2  10 f
3 Strain = A Y
 1.5  1.5   0.8 1
5
= 3.2 m 1
u
2. Answer (A) A12
N1
N2 5. Answer (B)
N a2 nT0
nT
a1
m1g sin
 N
Q   CdT  a ln T00  a ln n
T0

m1g m2g U = Cv dT = Cv T
By the free body Diagram  n  1
m1a1 = m1g sin  – N cos  W  Q  U  a ln n    RT0
   1
m2a2 = –m2g sin  + N cos 
a1 = a2 n=3

2m1m2 g tan  2
Solving N  W = a In3 – RT0
m1  m2  1

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6. Answer (D) V21 = V23
2 2 E1d = E2 (2d)
Er  Ar  v v  1
   2 1  q1 = 2q2
Ei  Ai   v1  v 2  9
q1 + q2 = Q
E 8 2
Therefore t  1
Ei 9 2Q Q
q1  , q2 
7. Answer (A) 3 3
C 12. Answer (A, C)
i q Energy released if electron jumps from nth level to
ground state.

1 1
 Rch  2  2 
E R 1 n 
q
 iR  E  1 1  48
C  Rch  2  2   Rch
dq 1 n  49
i
dt n = 7
8. Answer (B, D) 13. Answer (A, B, C)
Between first collision and second collision 14. Answer (A, C)
2u 2u cos  2u 2 15. Answer (B)
Time of flight, T  g  g cos   g  g 2gh
 16. Answer (A)
9. Answer (A, B, D)
Isothermal process T = 0 E1 = 0  1  1 
The shift  t  1    3  1   = 1 cm towards left
Adiabatic expansion E2 = Negative    1.5 
Free expansion E3 = 0 Hence object appears to mirror at a distance
61 – 1 = 60 cm
Expansion at constant pressure E4 = Positive
10. Answer (A, C) 1 1 1
By mirror formula  
Let x = A sin (t + ) v u f
Putting the required conditions  v = 20 cm (Towards right)
 = 45° The slab again cause a shift 1 cm towards right
v max  3 2 m/s Hence final image will be formed at a distance of
21 cm
B O P A 17. Answer (A)
1
1 18. Answer (A)
AP 2  2 1
 m1g = kD
BP 1 2 1
1
2 m1
11. Answer (B, C, D) T  2
k
+q1 +q2 –q2
–q1 --- + + --
-- m1 2h
-- + +
-- + + -- 2 
-- E1 + + E2 --- k g
-- + + --
- ++ -
D 2h
d 2d 2 
g g
q
E1  1 h = 22D= 10 m
A0
q2 T1 m1 12
E2   
A0 T2 m1  m2 13

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PART - II (CHEMISTRY)
19. Answer (C) –nFE° = –R T ln K
20. Answer (A) nFE°
lnK =
I  II RT
2E° 2×0.27
rHe P MCH4 2 16 1 log K = =  9.14
= He = = 0.0591 0.0591
rCH4 PCH4 MHe 4 4 1
K = log–1 (9.14)
1 24. Answer (A)
Becomes the mole ratio in container (II)
1
II  III CHO
rHe 1 16 2
=  HO H
rCH4 1 4 1 2
III  IV H OH
3
rHe 2 16 4
=  CH2–OH
rCH4 1 4 1

IV  Container
At carbon (2)
rHe 4 16 8
= 
rCH4 1 4 1 2 1
21. Answer (C)

1 4 2 3 S
CCl3 is more stable than CF 3
22. Answer (D)
3 4
Self reduction is part of extraction of metal
23. Answer (D) At carbon (3)
Zn+2(aq) + 2e–  Zn(s) E°1 = –0.76 V ...(i) 2 1
[Zn(NH3)4]+2 + 2e–  Zn(s) + 4NH3(g) E° = –1.03V
...(ii) 1
4 3 2 R
Equation (i) – Equation (ii)
Zn+2(aq) + 2e–  Zn(s), E°1 = –0.76 V (Cathode)
3 4
Zn(s) + 4NH3 (g)  [Zn(NH3)4]+2 + 2e–,
25. Answer (B)
E°2 = +1.03 V (anode)
0.693 0.693
t1 = = = 10min
2  0.0693
Zn+2(aq) + 4NH3(g)  [Zn(NH3)4]+2 Nt = 2.5 Ci N0 = 40 Ci

E°cell  E°C  E°A t1 t1 t1 t1


40 2
10 min
 20 2
10 min
10 2
10 min
 5 2
10 min
 2.5
= –0.76 – (–1.03)
= 0.27 V So after 4 t½ the activity of N – 13 is not sufficient
G° = – RT ln K to given desire results.

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26. Answer (B, C, D) H C C H+ NH4OH, AgNO3 Ag C C Ag
On increasing temperature, dissociation of benzoic Tollen Reagent

acid is not possible in benzene. So number of 1


H C C H + Na Na C C H + ––
2 2
H
particles remains the same i = 1
Tb = 83.1 – 80.1 = 3°C or 3 K 29. Answer (A)
Tb = ikb.m
H2O  H+ + OH– (donates H+, Bronsted acid)
m = 1.17 mol/kg
On decreasing temperature, it dimerises through H2O + H+  H3O+ (Bronsted base, accept H+)
intermolecular H-Bonding.
H2O: + H  [H2O:  H]+ (Lewis base)
O H O
C C Water at 60°C must have pH less than 7. So a
C6H5 C6H5
sample shows pH = 7, so it must be basic in nature
O H O and turns red litmus blue.
27. Answer (A, C, D)
N1V1 = N2V2
Salt contains Cu+2 i.e. CuCl2 provide blue solution in
water. 0.1 V= N2(100 V)
Cu+2 Belongs to group II A. Whose PPt with group N2 = 10–3
reagent, does not dissolve in yellow ammonium
sulphide. pH = 3
Charcoal cavity test of copper
CuCl2 + Na2CO3  CuCO3 + 2NaCl So pH changes by 2 units, (not changes to 2 unit)

CuCO3  CuO + CO2 30. Answer (A, C, D)


CuO + C  Cu + CO
With limited quantity of acids, it act as a bleaching
Red/brown metallic residue agent due to the liberation of oxygen.
Borax bead test of copper
2CaOCl2 + H2SO4  CaSO4 + CaCl2 + 2HOCl
Δ
CuSO4   CuO + SO3
HOCl  HCl + [O]
CuO  B2O3  Cu(BO2 )2
Coloured matter + [O]  colourless matter
Copper meta borate
Color of bead in oxidising flame CaOCl2 + 2CH3COOH  (CH3COO)2 Ca + H2O +
Hot Cold
Cl2  (Available Chlorine)
Green Blue
28. Answer (A, B) 31. Answer (B, C)

DBE = 2

For DBE = 2, Alkyne, alkadiene, cycloalkene, spiro


Fe-tube, 600°C Tollen
and bicyclo isomers are possible.
H2O Reagent
C2H2 CH3 CHO
HgSO4, H
+

(A) H2SO4 (B) Spiro isomer

LiAlH4 HBr
CH3 COOH CH3 CH2 OH KCN
(C) (D)
+
H3O Bicyclo isomer
CH3 CH2 CN CH3CH2–COOH
(E) (F)

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32. Answer (A, B, D) 34. Answer (C)


HCl + NaOH NaCl + H2O In of H of N2O5(g) and N2O5(s) are positive and negative
HPh Only
Na2CO3 + HCl NaCl + NaHCO3 MeOH respectively.
from
Na2CO3 + HCl NaCl + H2CO3 starting MeOH NH3(g)  NH3(aq)
after
NaHCO3 + HCl NaCl + H2CO3 S = –ve
HPh
33. Answer (D) G = –ve
In adiabatic reversible process, q = 0, no heat then H = –ve if reaction is spontaneous
exchanged between system and surrounding 35. Answer (D)
STotal = 0 OH OH OH
In isothermal reversible process, suppose system Cl
CH3Cl
release q energy at temperature T
AlCl3 AlCl3
q
Ssystem =
T CH3 CH3
Surrounding absorb same q at same temperature T OH
q Cl
Ssurrounding =
T AlCl3
STotal = SSystem + Ssurrounding
q q CH3
=  0
T T 36. Answer (D)

PART - III (MATHEMATICS)

37. Answer (A)


2
(4  x )1  (4  y )1  (4  z )1 x = 2y
 (2, 2)
3 2
y = 2x
1
4  x  4  y  4  z
  
 3 

1 1 1
   1
4x 4y 4z

4 4 4
    4
4x 4y 4z n(E) = area bounded by shaded region

x y z 2 2
x2
 1  1  1  4
4x 4y 4z =  2x dx   2 dx
0 0
x y z
   1
4x 4y 4z 4
= sq. units
3
38. Answer (B)
4
n(S) = area bounded by square of side length 2
3  1
 Required probability =
4 3
= 4 sq. units

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39. Answer (D) 43. Answer (C)
3 0 0 0 1
0 3 0 0  1 sin2 x
(sin x  cos x )  2 2
A  
0 0 3 0
  (sin x  cos x )|sin x  cos x |  ( 2) 2
0 0 0 3
 det A = 34 

 det(adj(adj A)) = |A|32 = (34)9 = (33)12  sin  x    1
 4
= (2 + 25)12
= 12C0.212 + 12C1211.25 + 12C2210.252 + ..  3 
 x   ,
12 4 2 2
det(adj(adj A )) 2
= + a positive integer 44. Answer (A, B, C)
25 25
21 x x
= + a positive integer  x  f (t ) dt  ( x  1) t . f (t )dt , x > 0
25
0 0
40. Answer (A)
1 2 | x | x x
1  1 x f ( x )   f (t ) dt   t . f (t )dt  ( x  1).x f ( x )
5
0 0
 x  [–3, 3]
again on differentiating w.r.t. x we get
Here | x – 2 |  0 and | x – 2 |  1
f (x) = 3x f (x) + x2f (x)
 x  1, 2 and 3
 Domain = [–3, 3) – {1, 2} dy (1  3 x )y
 
dx x2
41. Answer (B)
1  3x dy
  x 2
dx   y

(3, 4) 1
   3ln x  ln y  c
x
1
3x + 4y + 25 = 0  f (1) =  c=0
e

Distance of line from centre of circle = 10 1


 ln y.x3 = 
Radius of circle = 7 x

Maximum distance = 10 + 7 = 17 1
 f (x) = 3 1/ x
Minimum distance = 10 – 7 = 3 x e

 Required ratio = 17 : 3 1
Now  x. f ( x ) dx   x 2e1/ x dx
42. Answer (D)
 f (0) = 1 and f (x) = f (x) 1 1
Let =t  dx = –dt
 f (x) = ex and g(x) = x2 – ex x x2
dt 1 1
1 1
 x. f ( x ) dx     c
e
x 2 x
 f ( x ). g ( x ) dx
t t 1/ x
 = ( x  e ) dx e e e
0 0
(ln 5)1
1 1 1 1 1 1 1
=  e . x dx   e dx
x 2 2x   x f ( x ) dx 
e ln 5

e ln10
  
5 10 10
(ln10)1
0 0

e2 3 1
= e  and lim x 3 f ( x )  lim  0
2 2 x 0 h0 e 1/ h

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45. Answer (A, B, C)  C1 < C < C2  f (0) + f (2) – 2f (1) < 0


46. Answer (B, C)  f (0) + f (2) < 2f (1)
 Major axis of ellipse coincide with y-axis
 | a  2b  3c |  32 2

on squaring both sides we get f (0)  f (2)


 Eccentricity of ellipse = 1
2f (1)
4 cos  + 6 cos  + 12 cos  = 2 2  11 49. Answer (C, D)
 4 cos  + 6 cos  = 2 2  11 – 12 cos  Lines;

1   2  x 1 y z 1
For maximum value cos  =  as    , L1 :  
2  2 3  2 1 1

 maximum value = 2 2  5 x4 y 5 z2


and L2 :  
47. Answer (A, B, C) 1 4 1

f (x) Equation of plane containing lines L1 and L2 if


lim 1
x 1 ( x  1)3 4  1 5 2  1
 f (–1) = f (–1) = f (–1) = 0 and f (–1) = 6 2 1 1  11  0
1 4 1
 f (x) = A(x + 1)4 + (x + 1)3
But lines are non-coplanar
1
 f     A=  Thus they do not intersect each other
4
50. Answer (C, D)
( x  1)4
 f (x) = (x + 1)3 – Here lim f ( x )  0 and f (0) = 0
4 x 0
 f (x) = (x + 1)2(2 – x)  f (x) is continuous at x = 0
 f (x) = 0
f (0  h )  f (0)
R.H.D. = lim
 x = –1, 2 h 0 h
 f (2) = –9
h lncos h
0
81 27 ln(1  h2 )
 The maximum value of f(x) = f(2) = 27   = lim
4 4 h 0 h
1 3
 f (0) = 1   , f (0) = 2 lncos h 1
4 4 = lim  
h  0 ln(1  2 2
h )
3 3
Subnormal at x = 0 is f (0).f (0) = 2 
4 2 1
Similarly L.H.D. = 
48. Answer (B, D) 2
By L.M.V.T., we get 1
 f (0) = 
2
f (1) – f (0) = f (C1), 0 < C1 < 1
51. Answer (A)
and f (2) – f (1) = f (C2), 1 < C2 < 2
 xy = x + y + 1
By subtraction:
x 1
f (2) + f (0) – 2f (1) = f (C2) – f (C1)  y=
x 1
= (C2 – C1)f (C)
 f (f (x)) = x  f (f (f (x))) = f (x)

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52. Answer (A) p2q5r 4


and = 2q – p – 1
3
x( x  1)
 g(x) =  a – 2 + ab + 5 + ab2 + 4 = 3(2ab – a – 1)
x 1
10 10
 a= 
x 2  2x  1 2
b  5b  4 (b  4)(b  1)
 g(x) =
( x  1)2  a is positive integer and b is integer

4  Possible values of b are 2 and 3


and g(x) = 3  0 for any x
( x  1)  The value of a = 5

 There are no inflection point. 54. Answer (B)

53. Answer (C) If a = 5 and b = 2, then (p, q, r) = (5, 10, 20)


 p, q, r are positive integer and if a = 5 and b = 3, then (p, q, r) = (5, 15, 45)
Let p = a, q = ab and r = ab2  Two ordered triplet are possible.

  

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