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# Mock Test (Paper - 2)(Answer & Hints)

## MOCK TEST (Paper-2)

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

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

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PART - I (PHYSICS)
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)
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
N1
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 
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
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
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
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
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)
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

1 4 2 3 S
CCl3 is more stable than CF 3
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–,
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.
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.
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

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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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

## PART - III (MATHEMATICS)

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
4
n(S) = area bounded by square of side length 2
3  1
 Required probability =
4 3
= 4 sq. units

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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
= + 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
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
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
 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
( 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. = 
By L.M.V.T., we get 1
 f (0) = 
2
f (1) – f (0) = f (C1), 0 < C1 < 1
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

## 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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