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Vidyamandir Classes Mock IIT Advanced Test - 1/2013/Paper-1 05/05/2013 M.M. : 210 10:00 AM - 01:00

Mock IIT Advanced Test - 1/2013/Paper-1

05/05/2013

 

M.M. : 210

10:00 AM - 01:00 PM

TEST CODE : ACEG

TIME : 3.00 Hrs

Read the following Instructions very carefully before you proceed.

  • 1. Blank spaces and blank pages are provided in this booklet for your rough work. No additional sheets will be provided for rough work.

  • 2. Using a black ball point pen, darken the bubbles on the upper original sheet. Apply sufficient pressure so that the impression is created on the bottom sheet.

  • 3. Write your Name, Registration Number and the name of examination centre and sign with pen in the boxes provided on the right part of the ORS. Do not write any of this information anywhere else. Darken the appropriate bubble UNDER each digit of your Registration Number.

Vidyamandir Classes Mock IIT Advanced Test - 1/2013/Paper-1 05/05/2013 M.M. : 210 10:00 AM - 01:00
  • 4. The question paper consists of 3 parts (Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics). Each part consists of three sections.

  • 5. Section I contains 10 Straight objective type questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

  • 6. Section II contains 5 Multiple type questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct.

  • 7. Section III contains 5 Integer (Subjective) type questions. Each question has an integer answer lying between 0 and 9.

  • 8. For each question in Section I, you will be given 3 Marks if you have darkened only the bubble corresponding to the correct answer and zero mark if no bubble is darkened. In all other cases, minus ONE (–1) marks (NEGATIVE MARKING) will be given.

9.

For

each question

in Section

II, you

will be given

4 Marks

if

you have darkened only the bubbles

corresponding to the correct answers and zero mark if no bubble is darkened. There is NO Negative

Marking.

  • 10. For each question in Section III, you will be given 4 Marks if you have darkened only the bubble corresponding to the correct answer and zero mark if no bubble is darkened. In all other cases, minus one (–1) marks (NEGATIVE MARKING) will be given.

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PART - I (CHEMISTRY)

70 MARKS

SECTION - I STRAIGHT OBJECTIVE TYPE

This Section contains 10 Multiple Choice Questions. Each Question has 4 choices A, B, C & D, out of which Only One is Correct :

  • 1. Two moles of an ideal gas (γ = 3/ 2) is made to expand reversibly and adiabatically to four times to its initial volume. The change in entropy of the system during expansion is :

[R

=

2 cal K

1

mol

1

1

  • (A) mol

5.6cal K

1

 

1

  • (C) mol

2.8 calK

1

, ln 2

=

0.7]

1

  • (B) mol

11.2cal K

1

  • (D) Zero

  • 2. In a vessel of capacity 1 litre at 27°C for the first order decomposition of :

C

2

H Br(g)

5

→ C

2

H

4

(g) + HBr(g) ,

The initial pressure of 200 mm of Hg changes to 390 mm of Hg after infinite time, where all the reactant is consumed. If at 10 min, 0.2 g of NaOH was required to react completely with reaction mixture, then half life of reaction is :

(A) 20 min (B) 10 min (C) 5 min (D) 2.5 min 3. The rate law
(A)
20 min
(B)
10 min
(C)
5 min
(D)
2.5 min
3.
The rate law for the substitution reaction of 2-bromobutane with OH − in polar aprotic solvents at a fixed
temperature has been reported as when the base concentration is 1 M:
5
6
Rate =
3.12
×
10 −
[substrate] [base] +
0.80
×
10 −
[substrate]
The percentage of reaction taking place through S N 1 is :
  • (A) (B)

2.5

97.5

(C)

5

(D)

95

  • 4. Which of the following statements is(are) correct?

    • I. The ionization energy of Be is lowest in its group and its compounds are predominantly covalent. The compounds of beryllium are covalent due to small size and more polarizing power of Be 2+

II.

.

III.

IV.

(A)

The compounds formed by Mg, Ca, Sr and Ba are predominantly divalent and ionic. The ionization energy of Be is low and its compounds are ionic.

I, II

(B)

II, III

(C)

II, IV

(D)

I, II, III

  • 5. When haematite ore is burnt in air with coke along with lime at 200°C , the process not only produces steel but also produces an important compound (A), which is useful in making building materials. The compound (A) is : (A)

SiO 2

(B)

CaSiO 3

(C)

FeO

(D)

Fe 2 O 3

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  • 6. Identify the major product in the following reaction.

CN

CO 2 C 2 H 5 HCl H 2 O ∆ CN O COOH O O
CO 2 C 2 H 5
HCl
H 2 O
CN
O
COOH
O
O
COOH
(A)
(B)
COOH
COOH
COOH
COOH
(C)
(D)
COOH
7.
Which of the following does not contain any peroxide linkage?
(A)
H
S O
(B)
H
S O
(C)
H
SO
(D)
CrO 5
2
2
8
2
2
7
2
5
8.
Observe the following reaction setup :
H
O
H
SO
2
2
4
HCN → X + NH
X
→
Y
+
H
O
3
2

Which of the following is (are) correct ?

  • I. Y dissolves is NaOH at 473K to give a salt which on hydrolysis gives X.

II. III. The bond order of Y is 3. Y reduces Fe(II) oxide to Fe in
II.
III.
The bond order of Y is 3.
Y reduces Fe(II) oxide to Fe in blast furnace.
The correct option is :
(A)
I
(B)
I, II
(C)
I, III
(D)
I, II, III
9.
When AgNO 3 is treated with excess of KI, AgI precipitates out, which forms colloidal solution with :
(A)
positive charge
(B)
(C)
charge neutralization occurs, not charge acquisition
(D)
negative charge
first positive, later negative
  • 10. If you have a saturated solution of CaF 2 , then which of the following is(are) true :
    I. III.
    (A)

2 + [Ca ] = K sp 2 + − 2[Ca ] = [F ] I,
2 +
[Ca
]
=
K
sp
2
+
2[Ca
]
=
[F
]
I, II

(B)

II, III

II.

IV.

(C)

[Ca

2

+

]

=

2[F

]

[Ca

2

+

]

=

K

sp

  • 4

1/ 3

I, III, IV

(D)

III, IV

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SECTION - II MULTIPLE CORRECT ANSWERS TYPE

This Section contains 5 Multiple Choice Questions. Each Question has 4 choices A, B, C & D, out of which one or More Choices may be Correct:

  • 11. Which of the following order(s) is(are) correct ?

(A)

(B)

(C)

I 2 < Br 2 < Cl 2 < F 2

H

2

O < H S

2

<

H Se

2

<

H

2

Te

Na

2

O

<

MgO < Al O

2

3

<

SiO

2

  • (D) Li < Be < B < C < N

(Bond energy)

(Acidic character)

(Acidic character)

(Ionisation energy)

  • 12. For the cell (at 298 K)

Ag(s) | AgCl(s) | Cl

(aq) || AgNO (aq) | Ag(s)

3

Which of following is(are) correct :

  • (A) E

cell

=

E

0

Ag

+

Ag

E

0

Cl

AgCl

Ag

0.059

1

log

1

[Ag

+

][Cl

]

  • (B) The amount of AgCl(s) precipitated in anodic compartment will increase with the working of the cell

  • (C) The concentration of Ag + is constant in anodic compartment when the cell stops working

+ + [Ag ] = [Ag ] a c SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK
+
+
[Ag
]
=
[Ag
]
a
c
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  • (D) When the cell emf will be zero, then

{Where [Ag + ] a and [Ag + ] c is amount Ag + ion in anodic compartment and in cathodic compartment}

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13. O NH OH → HCl 2 P SO H 2 → 4 Q H 3
  • 13. O

NH OH

→

HCl

2

P

SO

H

2

→

4

Q

H

3

O

+

→

Which of the following choices is(are) correct :

R

HNO

2

H

+

→ →

35 C

°

S

  • (A) Q is :

  • (B)

O

R is :

O NH 2 O O
O
NH 2
O
O
  • (C) S is :

  • (D)

O

S is :

OH

  • 14. Consider the following aqueous solutions and assume 100% ionization in electrolytes.

I.

0.1m urea

II.

0.04 m Al 2 (SO 4 ) 3

III.

0.05 m CaCl 2

IV.

0.005 m NaCl

The correct statement(s) regarding the above solutions is(are) :

  • (A) freezing point will be lowest for solution I

  • (B) freezing point will be highest for solution IV

  • (C) boiling point will be highest for solution II

  • (D) vapour pressure will be highest for solution II

15. Knowing that average kinetic energy of an ideal gas (X) is directly proportional to absolute
15.
Knowing that average kinetic energy of an ideal gas (X) is
directly proportional to absolute temperature,
if
A
T
= 300K , which statement(s) may describe the other
1
T 1 (X)
curves when compared to the dotted curve? (Dotted curve
indicates the graph of gas (X) at temperature T 1 ) [Assume
number of moles is constant]
B
(A)
Curve A is for heavier gas but at same temperature
(B)
Curve B is for the same gas but at 373 K
Velocity
(C)
Curve A is for the same gas but at 273 K
Fraction of molecules
at a given velocity
  • (D) Curve B is for lighter gas but at same temperature

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SECTION - III SUBJECTIVE TYPE

This Section contains 5 Subjective Questions. Each question has an integer answer between 0 and 99. Fill the

answer bubbles in OMR Sheet appropriately and CAREFULLY. [Please note that an answer ‘5’ should be filled

as ‘05’ in the OMR sheet]

The cell reaction :

  • 16. Zn

+

2Fe

3

+

2Fe

2

+

+

Zn

2

+

works at 25°C with

E

cell

= 1.2 V and at

45°C

with the

E

cell

= 1.70 V. Assuming

r S Θ

to be constant in this temperature range, calculate

r S Θ

in kJ/K.

[Assume

1F 10

5

coulombs].

  • 17. Positronium is a species consisting of an electron bound to a positron. If the radius of its 2 nd orbit is

x R

o

(where R 0 is the radius of 1 st Bohr orbit of hydrogen). Then the value of x is _____.

  • 18. One litre of oxygen was added to one litre of a mixture of carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide. When the whole mixture was burnt, its volume decreased to 1.6 litres finally. What is the mole ratio of carbon monoxide to the carbon dioxide in the original mixture ?

19. A mixture containing Salicylic acid, Malonic acid and some inert impurities was dissolved in water
19.
A mixture containing Salicylic acid, Malonic acid and some inert impurities was dissolved in water and
the solution was made to 1.0 L. 25 mL of this solution required 20.0 mL of 0.1 M NaOH for complete
neutralization. In another experiment, 50 mL of same solution on heating gave 11.2 mL of CO 2 at STP.
Calculate the ratio of moles of salicylic acid and malonic acid.
20.
How many of the following compounds are more acidic than benzoic acid ?
o-nitrobenzoic acid
p-methoxybenzoic acid
2, 4, 6-trinitrophenol
o-toluic acid
Salicylic acid
Formic acid
p-toluic acid
m-hydroxy benzoic acid
p-hydroxy benzoic acid

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PART - II (PHYSICS)

70 MARKS

SECTION - I STRAIGHT OBJECTIVE TYPE

This Section contains 10 Multiple Choice Questions. Each Question has 4 choices A, B, C & D, out of which

Only One is Correct :

  • 21. The activity of a radioactive element decreases to one-third of the original activity I 0 in a period of nine years. After a further lapse of nine years, its activity will be

(A) I 0 (B) (2/3)I 0 (C) (I 0 /9) (D) (I 0 /6) 22. A
(A)
I 0
(B)
(2/3)I 0
(C)
(I 0 /9)
(D)
(I 0 /6)
22.
A long wire bent as shown in fig carries current I. If the radius of the
semicircular portion is a, the magnetic field at the centre C is:
µ
I
µ
I
0
0
2
(A)
(B)
π
+ 4
4 a
4
πa
µ
I
µ
I
µ
I
0
0
0
2
(C)
+
(D)
(
π
− 4
)
4 a
4πa
4
π
a
23.
The coefficient of friction between block of mass m and 2m is µ = 2 tanθ .
There is no friction between block of mass 2m and inclined plane.
The maximum amplitude of the two block system for which there is no
relative motion between both the blocks is :
k
mg sin θ
3mg sinθ
(A)
g sinθ
(B)
(C)
(D)
None of these
m
k
k

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  • 24. As shown in figure AB is a rod of length 30 cm and area of cross section 1.0 cm 2 and thermal conductivity 336 W/mK. The end A and B are maintained at temperature 20°C and 40°C , respectively. A point C of this rod is connected to a box, containing ice at 0°C , through a highly conducting wire of negligible heat capacity. The rate at which ice melts in the box is (assume latent heat of fusion for ice L f = 80 cal/g

(A)

84 mg/s

(B)

84 g/s

(C)

20 mg/s

(D) 40 mg/s
(D)
40 mg/s
  • 25. A spherical body of density ρ is floating half-immersed in a liquid of density d. If σ is the surface tension then diameter of the body is

(A)

σ g(2 ρ − d )
σ
g(2
ρ −
d )

(B)

2 σ g (2 ρ − d )
2
σ
g (2
ρ −
d )

(C)

6 σ g(2 ρ − d)
6
σ
g(2
ρ −
d)

(D)

12 σ g(2 ρ − d)
12
σ
g(2
ρ −
d)
  • 26. A ball is thrown with a velocity whose horizontal component is

12 ms

1

from a point 15m above the

ground and 6 m away from a vertical wall 18.75 m high in such a way so as just to clear the wall. At what

− 2 time will it reach the ground ( g = 10 ) (A) 2s (B)
− 2
time will it reach the ground (
g =
10
)
(A)
2s
(B)
3s
(C)
4s
(D)
5s
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  • 27. A block is suspended from the roof of a truck by mean of a light pulley P and a light string with its ends fixed to the ceiling of the truck at points A and B. When the truck is at rest, the string make angles

60 each at A and B with the ceiling of the truck. Find the acceleration

of the truck so that the string between A and P becomes vertical in

equilibrium with respect to the truck.

(A)

2 m/s 2

(B)

2.5 m/s 2

(C)

5 m/s 2

A 60 B P a
A
60
B
P
a

(D)

6 m/s 2

  • 28. In the circuit switch S is closed at time t = 0, the current through C and L would be equal after a time t equal to

    • (A) RC

    • (C) RC n2

 L  Given : R = :     C   (B)
L
Given :
R
=
:
 
 
C
(B)
RL
(D)
R/L n2
L R R C S + − v
L
R
R
C
S
+
v
  • 29. In an experiment of resonance tube to measure the velocity of sound, first resonance occurs at l = 10cm from the open end of the tube. End correction of the tube is 1.0cm and the frequency of tuning fork is 700Hz

    • I. Velocity of sound is 308 m/s

II. Next resonance will occur at l = 32cm from open end of the tube

III. Radius of resonance tube is 1cm IV. Radius of resonance tube is 1.67 cm (A)
III.
Radius of resonance tube is 1cm
IV.
Radius of resonance tube is 1.67 cm
(A)
I, II
(B)
I, III
(C)
II, III
(D)
I, II, III
30.
Statement 1 : A charged particle cannot be accelerated by magnetic field.
Statement 2 : Work done by magnetic field force on the moving charge particle is always zero.
(A)
Statement-1
is
True,
Statement-2
is
True;
Statement-2
is
a
correct
explanation
for

statement-1

  • (B) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is not a correct explanation for Statement-2.

  • (C) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is false.

  • (D) Statement-1 is False, Statement-2 is true.

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SECTION - II MULTIPLE CORRECT ANSWERS TYPE

This Section contains 5 Multiple Choice Questions. Each Question has 4 choices A, B, C & D, out of which one

or More Choices may be Correct:

  • 31. A particle P is projected vertically upwards from level ground with an initial velocity of

100ms

1

.

One second later another particle Q is projected vertically upwards from the same point with an initial

velocity of

90 ms

1

.

Before either of

the particle strikes the ground (

g

=

10 ms

2

) ,

which

of

the

following is(are) the wrong statements ?

  • (A) Both particles are rest with respect to each other

  • (B) After 3s from launch of P, the distance between the particles is 95 m.

  • (C) When the particle P is at the highest position, particle Q is moving upward

  • (D) When the particle P is at highest point particle Q will be moving downwards

  • 32. In the circuit shown in figure, circuit is closed at time t = 0. At time t = ln (2) second.

    • (A) Rate of energy supplied by the battery is 16 J/s

    • (B) Rate of heat dissipated across resistance is 8 J/s

a

2H 2Ω S 8V
2H
2Ω
S
8V

b

  • (C) Rate of heat dissipated across resistance is 16 J/s

(D) V a
(D)
V
a
−V = 4 V b SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK
−V =
4
V
b
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  • 33. In the adjoining circuit,

    • (A) The steady state potential of a w.r.t. respect b when s is open is 18V

    • (B) The final potential of b with respect to ground when switch is closed is zero volts

    • (C) The change in charge of capacitor c 1 after switch is closed is 36µc

    • (D) The change in charges on both capacitors is same after the switch is closed

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  • 34. In Bohr model of the hydrogen atom, let R, v and E represent the radius of the orbit, speed of the electron and the total energy of the electron respectively. Which of the following quantities are directly

35.

proportional to the quantum number n?

(A)

vR

(B)

RE

(C)

v/E

(D)

R/E

Suppose a nucleus X undergoes

α decay

225

95

X → Y + α . The emitted α particle is found to move

along a helical path in a uniform magnetic field B = 5T. Radius and pitch traced by theα -particle are

R = 5cm and P =

7.5πcm

respectively. [Given: m(Y) = 221.003 U, m(α ) = 4.003 U, m(n) = 1.009U,

m(p) = 1.008U, I U = 931 MeV/c 2

=

1.6

×

10

27

kg

]

  • (A) Speed of the α -particle after the decay is 1.5 × 10 7 m/s approx.

  • (B) Speed of the α -particle after the decay is 2.5 × 10 7 m/s approx.

  • (C) Total energy released in the process is 4.7 MeV approx.

  • (D) Total energy released in the process is 13.05 MeV approx.

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SECTION - III SUBJECTIVE TYPE

This Section contains 5 Subjective Questions. Each question has an integer answer between 0 and 99. Fill the

answer bubbles in OMR Sheet appropriately and CAREFULLY. [Please note that an answer ‘5’ should be filled

as ‘05’ in the OMR sheet]

  • 36. A particle moving in a straight line and its acceleration (a) varies with velocity(v) as

a = k

(

v

) 3 2

.

At origin particle has velocity 1m/s and has velocity 36m/s at displacement of 5m. Find the value of ‘K’.

  • 37. A silver ball of radius 4.8 cm is suspended by a thread in a vacuum chamber. Ultraviolet light of wavelength 200 nm is incident on the ball for some time during which a total light energy of

1.0

×

10

7

J

falls on the surface. Assuming that on the average, one photon out of ten thousand photons is able to eject

a photoelectron, find the electric potential (in

× 10

1

V ) at the surface of the ball assuming zero potential

at infinity.

  • 38. l =

A cube of side

(

π

)

1 / 4

m has one corner at the origin of coordinates and the edges from this corner

extend along the positive x, y and z-axes. Suppose the electric field in this region is given by E =2xyi .

The charge inside the cube is b 2 nC. Find the value of 1/b.

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  • 39. A sound source P revolving in a circle with speed 20 m/s (as shown in

Vidyamandir Classes SECTION - III SUBJECTIVE TYPE This Section contains 5 Subjective Questions. Each question has

the figure), emits sound of frequency 510 Hz. If the bandwidth of the

frequency observed at a stationary point O (which is far away from the

sound source) is found to be 8K. Find the value of K (assuming the

velocity of sound is 320 m/s).

  • 40. A 0.1 kg mass is suspended from a wire of negligible mass. The length of the wire is 1 m and its cross-sectional area is

4.9

×

10

7

2

  • m . If the mass is pulled a little in the vertically downward direction and

released, it performs simple harmonic motion of angular frequency

140rads

  • 1 . If the Young’s modulus of

the material of the wire is

n

×

10

9

Nm

2

, the value of n is

_____________.

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PART - III (MATHEMATICS)

70 MARKS

SECTION - I STRAIGHT OBJECTIVE TYPE

This Section contains 10 Multiple Choice Questions. Each Question has 4 choices A, B, C & D, out of which

Only One is Correct :

  • 41. If the points z, –iz and 1 are collinear then z lies on :

(A)

A straight line

Sum of the series

 

1

(A)

2

log 2

 

(A)

(C)

BA T = I n

 

(A)

f

(

i

2

)

+ f

( )

i

(a 2 – 2a) equal :

 

(A)

2800

 

(B)

A circle

1

1

  • 2 4

+

1

3

1

6

1

8

(B)

1

3

log 2

B is an idempotent matrix

+

5

1

(C)

1

An ellipse

1

+

12

 

......

log4

AB = I n

 

None of these

(D)

A pair of st. lines

(D)

π – log2

  • 42. 1

10

(C)

  • 43. Suppose A is an Idempotent Matrix, and B = I – A, where I is an identity matrix, then :

(B)

(D)

∞ 2 ∑ is : ( 4 r + 1 ) ! r = 0 (B)
2
is :
(
4
r +
1
)
!
r = 0
(B)
f (1)+ f (i)
(C)
f (1)− f (i)
(D)
2
2
x
+ y
  • 44. If f (x) = x sin x , then

None of these

  • 45. A triangle has 2 of its sides along axes, its third side touches the circle

2ax 2ay + a

2

= 0 .

If the locus of the circumcentre of the triangle passes through the point (38, –37) then the value of

(B)

2810

(C)

2812

(D)

2820

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  • 46. Let f : RR be such that f (1) = 3 and f ’ (1) = 6 the

(A)

1

(B)

e 1/2

(C)

lim

x 0

f

(

1 +

x

)

f

( 1 )

1 x

e 2

equals :

(D)

e 3

  • 47. If f (x) = |1 x | , then the points where

sin

1

(A)

{0,

1}

(B)

{0, 1}

(

f | x|

)

is non-differentiable, are :

(C)

{0,1, 1}

(D)

None of these

  • 48. r

Let

=

(

a

× b

)

sin x +

(

b

× c

)

cos y + 2

(

c

× a

)

where

a ,

b ,

c

are three non-coplanar vectors. If r

perpendicular to a

+ b + c

, then minimum value of

2

  • x + y

2

, is :

(A)

π

2

(B)

2

π

4

(C)

  • 5 π

2

4

  • (D) None of these

is

  • 49. If the focal distance of an end of the minor axis of any ellipse (referred to its axes as the axes of x and y) is k and the distance between the foci is 2h then its equation is :

(A)

2

2

x

y

k

2

k

2

+

h

2

+

= 1

(B)

2

2

x

y

k

h

2

k

2

  • 2 +

= 1

(C)

2

2

x

y

k

2

k

2

h

2

+

= 1

(D)

2

x

  • 2 +

k

2

y

h

2

= 1

f

a quadratic equation such that f (−π ) = f (π ) = 0 and is
a
quadratic
equation
such
that
f (−π ) = f (π ) = 0
and
is equal to :
(B)
π
(C)
(D)

be

(

x

)

f   
f  

π

2

  • 3 π

2

4

,

  • 50. If

f (x) = 0

lim

= −

then

x

→−π sin sin x

(A)

0

(

)

None of these

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Vidyamandir Classes

SECTION - II MULTIPLE CORRECT ANSWERS TYPE

This Section contains 5 Multiple Choice Questions. Each Question has 4 choices A, B, C & D, out of which one

or More Choices may be Correct:

 

19

sin x

 
  • 51. The absolute value of

 

8

dx

 

10

1

+ x

  • (A) less than 10 7

 

(B)

 

less than 10 6

 

(C)

 
 

k

k

+

2

k

+

3

x

x

x

k

k

+

2

k

+

3

=

(

x

 

)(

 

)(

 

)

 

1

1

  • 52. If then

y

y

y

y

y

z

z

x

 

+

k

k

+

2

k

+

3

     

x

y

z

z

z

  • (A) k = –3

 

(B)

 

k = –1

 

(C)

 

more than 10 7 (D)

None of these

 

1

+

 

 
 

z

k 3 + 3 = –24

(D)

k 2 +

2k + 1 = 0

  • 53. An ellipse intersects the hyperbola 2x 2 –2y 2 = 1 orthogonally. The eccentricity of the ellipse is reciprocal of that of the hyperbola, if the axes of the ellipse are along the coordinate axes, then :

    • (A) Equation of ellipse is x 2 + 2y 2 = 2

(B)

The foci of ellipse are (±1, 0)

(D) SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK
(D)
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foci of ellipse are (±

  • (C) Equation of ellipse is x 2 + 2y 2 = 4

2
2

, 0)

Vidyamandir Classes

54.

55.

Let

α

=

i

e

2

π

11

,

λ

=

α

6

,

µ

=

α

7

,

β

=

α

2

, then :

(A)

Re

(

2

λ + λ

3

+ λ

4

+ λ

5

+ λ

)

1

= −

2

(B)

(

µ β

)

(

2

µ β

)(

3

µ β

)

.

.

.

.

.

.

(

9

µ β

)(

10

µ β

)

(C)

(

  • i β

) (

2

i β

)(

3

i β

)

.

.

.

.

.

.

(

10

i β

  • (D) None of these

)

= i

(where i =

= 0 −1 )
= 0
−1 )

Given a function ‘g’ which has a derivative g(0) = 2 and

then:

g

(

x + y

)

= e

y

g

(

x

)

+ e

x

g

(

y

)

(A)

(C)

g(x) is increasing for all

x [1, )

g′′(x)> 0 x

(B)

(D)

Range

of g(x) is

lim

g

(

x

)

=

x

0

x

1

2

e

,

for all x and y,

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Vidyamandir Classes 54. 55. Let α = i e 2 π 11 , λ = α

Vidyamandir Classes

SECTION - III SUBJECTIVE TYPE

This Section contains 5 Subjective Questions. Each question has an integer answer between 0 and 99. Fill the

answer bubbles in OMR Sheet appropriately and CAREFULLY. [Please note that an answer ‘5’ should be filled

as ‘05’ in the OMR sheet]

  • 56. Let 0.8 the probability that a man aged 90 years will die in a year. If p is the probability that out of 4 men A 1 , A 1 , A 3 , A 4 each aged 90, A 1 will die in a year and will be the first to die, find [10p], where [ ]

57.

denotes greatest integer x .

If :

π

2

(

)

sinθ log

(

sinθ

)

d θ

0

=

log

A

3

e

then A equals:

  • 58. ABCD is a trapezium such that AB and CD are parallel and CB is perpendicular to them. If ADB = θ,

51AB

117

  , is equal to

  • 3 λ

λ

1

λ

+

3

2

λ

λ

4

  • 3 λ

+

4

3

λ

BC = 45m CD = 30 and tanθ = 1/5 then

Let

p

4

λ

+

q

3

λ

+

r

2 λ
2
λ

+

s

λ

+

t

=

2

λ

+

λ

+

_________.

59.

1 be an identity in

λ , where p, q, r, s and t are

λ − SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK
λ
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constants. Then the value of t is ____________.

  • 60. If the largest integer satisfying the equation | 4 + log 1/7 x| = 2 + | 2 +

x| is a find value of (

Vidyamandir Classes SECTION - III SUBJECTIVE TYPE This Section contains 5 Subjective Questions. Each question has

a + 2

)