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PT-02
Date: 12-10-2014
Test Syllabus
Geometrical optics from lens formulae onwards. Projectile Motion, Relative
Motion, Photo-electric effect, Bohrs model, de-Brogle waves, X-rays & Fluid
Mechanics (Statics & dynamics), NLM, Friction, Circular Motion , WPE, SHM,
Electrostatics and Gravitation (before kepplers laws)

PT-2
S.No.

Subject

Nature of Questions

Maths/ MCQ
Physics/
16 to 45 Chemistry Subjective (Single digit)
1 to 15

Total

Total

15

60

30

90

45

Total

150

## SECTION-1 : (One or more option correct type)

[k.M 1 : (,d ;k v f/kd l gh fod Yi d kj)
This section contains 15 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct.
bl [k.M esa15 cgqfod Yi 'u gSA R;sd 'u esapkj fod Yi (A), (B), (C) v kSj (D) gS] ft uesal sd soy

,d ;k v f/kd l gh gSA
MCQ (15)
1.

In the figure shown the radius of curvature of the left & right surface of the thin concave lens are 10
cm & 15 cm respectively. The radius of curvature of the mirror is 15 cm. Choose the correct
options:
fp=k esaiznf'kZr ,d iry svory y SUl d scka;so nka;si`"B d h o rk f=kT;k e'k%10 lseh- o 15 lseh- gSA
niZ.k d h o rk f=kT;k15 lseh- gSA lgh d Fkuksad k p;u d hft ,A
[GO-RS]

## (A*) magnitude of equivalent radius of curvature of the combination is 36 cm

la;kst u d h rqY; o rk f=kT;k d k ifjek.k 36 lseh- gSA
(B) equivalent focal length of the combination is +36 cm
la;kst u d h rqY; Q ksd l nwjh+36 lseh- gSA
(C*) the system behaves like a converging mirror

## fud k; ,d vfHklkjh niZ.k d h Hkka

fr O;ogkj d jrk gSA
(D) the system behaves like a diverging mirror.

## fud k; ,d vilkjh niZ.k d h Hkkafr O;ogkj d jrk gSA

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Sol.

1 3
1
1 4 2
1 1
2
=
1

=
;
=
1 =
;
f1 2 10 15
12
f2 3
15

45
1 1 1
1
1 2
1

=
feq = 18 cm

f f1 f2
feq fm f
18

1
2
=
fm
15

## vr% la;kst u vory niZ.k d h Hkka

fr O;ogkj d jrk gSA
2.

Sol.

A parallel beam of light is incident on a lens of focal length 10 cm. A parallel slab of refractive
index 1.5 and thickness 3 cm is placed on the other side of the lens perpendicular to the principal
axis as shown. Choose the correct options for position of the final image and its nature. (Assume
rays to be paraxial)
[GO-RP]
Q ksd l nwjh 10 cm d sy sal ij ,d lekukUrj fd j.k iqat vkifrr gksrk gSA y sal d snwl jh rjQ eq[; v{k d s
y Ecor~1.5 viorZukad vkSj 3 cm eksVkbZd h lekUrj ifd k eq[; v{k d sy Ecor~fp=kkuql kj j[k nh t krh gSA
vfUre izfrfcEc d h fLFkfr rFkk bld h iz
d `fr d sfy , lgh d Fkuksad k p;u d hft ,A (ekfu, fd fd j.ksalek{kh;
gS)

## (A*) Final image is at distance 11 cm from lens and virtual, if X = 12 cm.

(B*) Final image is at distance 11 cm from lens and virtual, if X = 14 cm.
(C*) Final image is at distance 11 cm from lens and real, if X = 7 cm.
(D) Final image is at distance 11 cm from lens and real, if X = 16 cm.
(A*) vfUre iz
frfcEc y sal ls11 cm d h nwjh ij cusxk rFkk vkHkklh gksxk] ;fn X = 12 cm
(B*) vfUre iz
frfcEc y sal ls11 cm d h nwjh ij cusxk rFkk vkHkklh gksxk] ;fn X = 14 cm
(C*) vfUre iz
frfcEc y sal ls11 cm d h nwjh ij cusxk rFkk okLrfod gksxk] ;fn X = 7 cm
(D) vfUre iz
frfcEc y sal ls11 cm d h nw
jh ij cusxk rFkk okLrfod gksxk] ;fn X = 16 cm
As rays are parallel to the principal axis, image is created by lens at the focus.
By placing of glass-slab,

pwafd fd j.ksaeq[; v{k d slekUrj gSrc y SUl }kjk cuk frfcEc Q ksd l ij cusxk
d kp ifd k d sj[kusij

1
Shift foLFkkiu= 1 .t

1

= 1
3 = 1 cm.
1.5
Irrespective of separation between slab and lens, image is shifted to the right by 1 cm.
Total distance from lens 10 + 1 = 11 cm
Ans.
Image will be virtual if X is greater than 8 cm and it will be real if X is lesser than 8 cm.
frfcEc 1 cm lsnka;h vks
j foLFkkfir gksxk
y SUl lsd qy nwjh 10 + 1 = 11 cm
Ans.
izfrfcEc vkHkklh gksxk] ;fn X, 8 cm lsvf/kd gksrFkk ;g okLrfod gksxkA

## ;fn X, 8 cm lsd e gksA

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3.

Let R be the position vector of a particle performing curviliinear motion with respect to some

reference point and R be its magnitude. Similarly v be its velocity vector with respect to the same
reference point and v is its magnitude, then choose the correct options :
[RM-AA]

## ekuk R fd lh funsZ'k fcUnqd slkis{k o js

f[k; xfr d jrsgq, d .k d k fLFkfr lfn'k gSrFkk R bld k ifjek.k

gSA blh izd kj v leku funsZ'k fcUnqd slkis{k d .k d k osx lfn'k gSrFkk v bld k ifjek.k gSrc lgh d Fkuksa

d k p;u d hft ,A
dR
(A*) v
dt

dR
(C*) v =
dt

dR
(B) v =
dt

(D*) dR dR

dR

R'

Sol.

dR

dR = dR cos

dR dR

cos
dt
dt

dR
v=
dt
4.

A point charge q is placed at origin let E A , EB and EC be the electric field intensity at three
points A (1, 2, 3) , B (1, 1, 1) and C (2, 2, 2) respectively due to the charge q. Then choose the
correct options :
,d fcUnqvkos'k q ewy fcUnqij j[kk gSA ekuk vkos'k q d sd kj.k fcUnqA (1, 2, 3) , B (1, 1, 1) rFkkC (2, 2,

2) ij fo|q
r {ks=k d h rhozrk,sa e'k% E A , EB rFkk EC gS] rc lgh fod Yi d k p;u fd ft ,A
[ES_EF]

EB
(A*) = 4
EC

## (B) E A || EC , (EA is parallel to EC )

E A || EC , (EA , EC d slekUrj gSA)

EC
1
(C)
8
EB

## (D*) E A EB = 0 (Dot product E A of and EB )

E A EB = 0 ( E A rFkk EB d k vfn'k xq
.kuQ y 'kwU; gSA)

5.

## The speed of a small object undergoing uniform circular motion is 4 m/s.The

magnitude of the change in the velocity during 0.5 seconds is also 4 m/s. Then
choose the correct options :
[CM-KN]
,d leku o`kh; xfr d jrh gqbZ,d NksVh oLrqd h pky 4 m/s gSA 0.5 lSd .M d snkSjku bld sosx esa
ifjorZu d k ifjek.k] Hkh 4 m/s gSA rc lgh fod Yi d k p;u fd ft ,A
2
(A*) the angular speed of object is
3
8
(B*) the centripetal acceleration of the object is
m/s 2
3
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## (C*) the radius of the circle is

6
metre.

3
metre.

2
(A*) oLrqd h d ks
.kh; pky
A
3
8
(B*) oLrqd k vfHkd s
Unzh; Roj.k
m/s 2 gS
A
3
6
(C*) o`
k d h f=kT;k ehVj gSA

3
(D) o`
k d h f=kT;k ehVj gS
A

If the angular displacement is for 0.5 seconds, then the magnitude of change in velocity is
0.5 lS
- esa;fn d ks.kh; foLFkkiu gSrksosx esaifjorZu d k ifjek.k

V = v 2 v 2 2v 2 cos = 2v sin
2

V = 2 4 sin
2

or
=
&
=
2
6
3

=
=
0.5
3
v
43
6
R=
=
=
m

2
8
and centripetal acceleration (vkS
j vfHkd sUnzh; Roj.k) = v = 4
=
m/s2 .
3
3
(D) the radius of circle is

Sol.

6.

Two particles are projected from the same point with the same speed at different
angles 1 & 2 to the horizontal. They have the same range. Their times of flight
are t 1 & t 2 respectively. Then choose the correct options :
[PM-PH]

nksd .kksad ks,d gh pky ls,d gh fcUnqls{kSfrt lsvy x&vy x d ks.k 1 rFkk 2 ij iz{ksfir fd ;k t krk
gSA mud h ijkl leku gSA mud smM~M ;u d ky e'k% t 1 & t 2 gSA rc lgh fod Yiksad k p;u fd ft ,A

Sol.

7.

(B*)

t1
t2
=
sin 1
sin 2

(A*)

1 = 90 2

R=

u2 sin2
is same for angles & 90 .
g

R=

u2 sin2
, rFkk90 d sfy ,
g

t1 =

2u sin 1
2u sin(90 2 )
=
g
g

t2 =

2u sin 2
(90 1 )
= 2u sin
g
g

(C*)

t1
= tan
t2

(D)

t1
= tan
t2

leku gSA

Figure shows two blocks A and B connected to an ideal pulley string system. In this system when
bodies are released. Then choose the correct options : (neglect friction and take g = 10 m/s2)
[NL-CM
fp=k esan'kkZ;svuql kj nksfi.M A rFkk B ,d vkn'kZf?kjuh&jLlh fud k; lst qM +sgSA bl fud k; esat c fi.Mksa
d kseqDr d jrsgSaA rc lgh fod Yiksad k p;u fd ft ,A ?k"kZ.k d ksux.; ekusarFkk g = 10 eh-@ls-2 y sa
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## (A) Acceleration of block A is 1 m/s2

(B*) Acceleration of block A is 2 m/s2
(C) Tension in string connected to block B is 40 N
(D*) Tension in string connected to block B is 80 N
Sol.

## Applying NLM on 40 kg block

40 fd xz
k fi.M ij U;wVu d sfu;e

## fi.M A d k Roj.k 1 eh-/l s-2 gSA

fi.M A d k Roj.k2 eh-/l s-2 gSA
B l st q
M +h jLl h esaruko 40 N gSA
B l st q
M +h jLl h esaruko 80 N gSA

y xkusij
4a

T
10kg

2T

2T

4T
40kg

8.

400 4T = 40 a
For 10 kg block T = 10.4 a
Solving a = 2m/s2
10 fd xz
k- fi.M d sfy, T = 10(4 a)
gy d jusij a = 2m/s2
T = 80 N
A circular road of radius r is banked for a speed v = 40 km/hr. A car of mass m attempts to go on
the circular road. The friction coefficient between the tyre and the road is negligible. Then choose
the correct options
[CM-CF]
r f=kT;k d h o`
kkd kj lM+d d ksv = 40 km/hr d h pky d sfy ;scafd r x;k gSA m nzO;eku d h ,d d kj bl

## o`kkd kj iFk ij xfr d jrh gS

A lM+d rFkk Vk;jksad se/; ?k"kZ.k xq.kka
d ux.; gSA rc lgh fod Yiksad k p;u
fd ft ,A
(A*) The car can make a turn without skidding.

d kj fQ ly sfcuk ?kwe ld rh gS
A
(B*) If the car turns at a speed less than 40 km/hr, it will slip downwards
;fn d kj d h eksM +ij pky 40 km/hr, lsd e gS] rks;g uhpsd h vksj fQ ly sxhA
(C*) If the car turns at the constant speed of 40 km/hr, the force by the road on the car is equal to
mv 2
(mg)
r

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## ;fn d kj d h eksM +ij fu;r pky 40 km/hr gS]rkslM+

d d s}kjk d kj ij y xk;k x;k cy

mv 2
(mg)
r

d scjkcj gSA
(D*) If the car turns at the correct speed of 40 km/hr, the force by the road on the car is greater

mv 2
r
40 km/hr,

## gS] rkslM+d d s}kjk d kj ij y xk;k x;k cy mg lsvf/kd gksxk

mv
lsHkh vf/kd gksxkA
r
When speed of car is 40 km/hr, car can make a turn without skidding. If speed is less than 40
km/hr than tendency of slipping is downward so it will slip down. If speed is greater than 40 km/hr
than tendency of slipping upward so it will slip up.
If the cars turn at correct speed 40 km/hr
t c d kj d h pky 40 km/hr, gS] rksd kj fcuk fQ ly s?kwe ld rh gSA ;fn pky 40 km/hr lsd e gSrksbld s
uhpsd h vksj fQ ly usd h iz
ofk gksrh gS] vr% uhpsfQ ly t krh gSA ;fn pky 40 km/hr lsvf/kd gSrksbld h
ij d h vksj fQ ly usd h iz
ofk gksrh gSvr% ij d h vksj fQ ly sxhA ;fn d kj Bhd 40 km/hr pky ij ?kwe

lkFk gh ;g
Sol.

ys
than rksN cos = mg
N sin =
N=

mv 2
r

mv 2
(mg)2
r

Ans.

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9.

A point source of light at O at a distance x from the screen S produces light of intensity 0 at the
centre of the screen. If a completely reflecting mirror M is placed at a distance x behind the source
as shown in figure (neglect interference of light). Then choose the correct options
[GO-PM]
insZS lsx nwjh ij fcUnqO ij fLFkr izd k'k d k ,d fcUnqL=kksr insZd sd sUnzij 0 rhozrk d k izd k'k mRiUu
d jrk gSA ;fn iw.kZijkorZd niZ.k M L=kksr d sihNsx nwjh ij fp=kkuql kj j[kk gqv k gSA (iz
d k'k d k O;frd j.k
ux.; ekusa) rc lgh d Fku gksaxsA &
M
S
O

Sol.

(A) Total intensity of light at the centre of the screen is 1/9 times of 0
(B*) Total intensity of light at the centre of the screen nearly changes by 11%
(C*) Total intensity of light at the centre of the screen is 10/9 times of 0
(D) Total intensity of light at the centre of the screen nearly changes by 99%
(A) ins
Zd sd sUnzij izd k'k d h d qy rhozrk 0 d h 1/9 xquk gksxhA
(B*) ins
Zd sd sUnzij izd k'k d h d qy rhozrk y xHkx 11% lsifjofrZr gksxhA
(C*) ins
Zd sd sUnzij izd k'k d h d qy rhozrk0 d h 10/9 xquk gksxhA
(D) ins
Zd sd sUnzij izd k'k d h d qy rhozrk y xHkx 99% lsifjofrZr gksxhA
Initially

izkjEHk esa
0 =

K
r 2
Screen

r
O

## nh xbZ t kZd sfy ,

Finally

Screen
2r

K
9r

0
9

Total intensity =

d qy rhozrk=

100
. Hence 11% increase
9

100
. vr%11% c<+
sxhA
9

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10.

A ball is dropped onto a pad at A and rebounds with a velocity V0 at an angle 60 with a horizontal
as shown in figure. The ball will enter the opening BC, if V0 may be-

## ij fLFkr ,d xn~nh (pad) ij ,d xsan d ks NksM +

k t krk gSA ;g {kS
frt ls 60 d s d ks.k ij V0 osx ls
fp=kkuql kj mNy rh gSA xsan [kq
y sHkkx BC esaizos'k d jsxh, ;fn V0 gksld rk gS- [PM-PH]
A

C
0.5m
B
V0

1m

60
A

(A) 5 m/s
Sol.

(B*) 6 m/sec
3
10
3
1
4
As y =
tan 60
2
2
2 1
V0
4
3
10
3
1
4
pwafd y =
tan 60
2
2
2 1
V0
4
3 15
y= 2
2 V0

3
m
2
(C*) 7 m/sec

(D*) 50 m/sec

As pw
afd 1 y 1.5
15
1 1.5 2 1.5
V0

30 V0 <
Possible values of V0 are 6, 7, 50 m/sec
V0 d sla
Hko eku 6, 7, 50 m/sec gSA
11.

Spring 1 has natural length of 0.5 meter and force constant K1 = 25 N/m and spring 2 has natural
length of 1 meter and force constant K2 = 10 N/m. They are joined together and their free ends are
stretched so that the ends are fixed to the two walls 2 meter apart as shown in figure (springs are
massless) then correct options are :
[CO-SP]

fLizax 1 d h lkekU; y EckbZ0.5 ehVj rFkk cy fu;rkad k1 = 25 N/m gSrFkk fLiazx 2 d h lkekU; y EckbZ1 ehVj
rFkk cy fu;rkad k2 = 10 N/m gS
A bu nksuksd ksvkil esat ksM +k t krk gSrFkk bud seqDr fljksad ks,d nwl js
ls2 ehVj nwjh ij fLFkr nhokjksalst ksM +k t krk gSfLax nzO;ekughu gS rc lgh fod Yi gks
xsa&

## (A*) Ratio of elongation in the spring-1 to spring-2 is

(B*) Length of the spring-1 in equilibrium is

2
5

9
m.
14

## (C*) Ratio of potential energy stored in the spring-1 to spring-2 is

2
5

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(A*) fLia
zx-1

## esafoLrkj d k fLizax-2 esafoLrkj d slkFk vuqikr

(B*) lkE;koLFkk es
afLiazx-1
(C*) fLia
zx-1

9
m
14

d h y EckbZ

2
5

9
m
14

d h y EckbZ

As pw
afd F = k1 x1 = k2 x2
25x1 = 10x2

gSA

gSA

## rFkk fLizax-2 esalaxzfgr fLFkfrt t kZd k vuqikr

(D*) lkE;koLFkk es
afLiazx-2
Sol.

19
m
14

2
5

gksxkA

gSA

x1 k 2

x 2 k1

x2 = 2.5 x1

## and rFkkx1 + x2 = 0.5

1
5

x1 =
and rFkkx2 =
7
14
Hence their stretched lengths are x1 + 0.5 =
U1 =

F2
2k1

U2 =

F2
2k 2

9
19
met. and x2 + 1 =
met
14
14
U1 k 2

U2 k1

vr% f[kap h gq
bZvoLFkk esabld h y EckbZ;kWx1 + 0.5 =
U1 =

12.

Sol.

F2
2k1

U2 =

F2
2k 2

9
19
met. rFkkx2 + 1 =
met
14
14
U1 k 2

U2 k1

At distance of 5cm and 10cm outwards from the surface of a uniformly charged solid sphere, the
potentials are 100V and 75V respectively. Then choose the correct options :
le: i vkosf'kr Bksl xksy sd h lrg lsckgj d h rjQ 5cm o 10cm nwjh ij foHko e'k%100V rFkk75V gSA
rc lgh fod Yiksad k p;u fd ft ,A
[ES-EF]
(A) Potential at its surface is 75V.
(B*) The charge on the sphere is (5/3) 109C.
(C*) The electric field on the surface is 1500 V/m.
(D) The electric potential at its centre is 200V.
(A) bld h lrg ij foHko 75V gS
A
9
(B*) xks
y sij vkos'k(5/3) 10 C gSA
(C*) lrg ij fo|q
r {ks=k1500 V/m gSA
(D) bld sd s
Unzij foHko 200V gSA
kQ
kQ
= 100V
&
= 75 V
(r 5cm)
(r 10cm)
5

Q = 10 9 C , r = 10 cm
3
kQ
kQ

Vsurface lrg =
= 150V
Esurface lrg = 2 = 1500 V/m
r
r
3
3
Vcentre d sUnz=
V
=
150 = 225 V
2 surface lrg 2

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13.

Slider block A moves to the right with constant velocity 6 m/s in the arrangement as shown in the

figure. C and D are points on the string . If VB , VC and VD are the velocities of B, C and D
respectively then, choose correct options :
[NL_CM]
Cy kWd A nka;h vksj fu;r osx 6 m/s lsn'kkZ;svuql kj xfr d j jgk gSA C o D Mksjh ij nksfcUnqgSA ;fn B,C

## o D d sosx e'k% VB , VC rFkk VD gS] rc l gh fod Yiksad k p;u d hft ,A

6 m/s
A

(A*) VC VD

(C*) VB VC

4 VB

VB VD

2 VB

X2

X3

X4

(B) VB VC VB VD VB

(D*) VC VD 2 VB

6 m/s
X1
A

Sol.

B
VB

## Clearly Li"Vr% , VC = 6 m/s

By string constraint,

Mksjh ca/ku ls

x1 x 2 x 3 x 4 0
6 + VB + VB + VB = 0
V VD
Also, ;g Hkh c
VB
2

VB = 2 m/s

VD

VC

VB
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VD = 2 m/s
VD = 2 m/s
Thus vr%

14.

VC VD 6 2 8 m / s

VB VC 4 m / s

VB VD 4 m / s

VC VD 6 2 4 m / s

## fuEu esalsd kSulsQ y u ljy vkorZxfr nf'kZr d jsaxs\

[SH-EQ]
(B*) sin2 t
(C*) sin t + 2 cos t

## (D*) sin t + 2sin (t + ) + 3sin (t + )+ 4sin (t + )

2
3
Equation of S.H.M x x0 = a sin (t + )
x = x0 + a sin (t + )
(A*) sin 2t

Sol.

## l-vk-x- d h lehd j.k x x0 = a sin (t + )

(A)
(B)

(C)

x = x0 + a sin (t + )

x = sin2t

1
1
1 cos 2t
x = sin2 t =
=

cos2 t

2
2
2

1
1
x
= cos2 t
2
2
x = sin t + 2cos t = sin (t + ) { = tan1 2}
So represent equation of S.H.M

(D)

## y = A1 sint + A2 sin(t + 1) + A3 sin(t + 2) + A4 sin(t + 4)

It can be represented as

## blsfuEu izd kj iznf'kZr d j ld rsgSA

y = A sin (t + )
So it represents SHM
vr% ;g SHM d ksiznf'kZr

15.

d jrh gSA

Two point charges (q1 and q2) are placed on x-axis. Figure shows graph of potential (V) on x-axis
with x-co-ordinate. Then choose correct options :
[ES_EP]
nksfcUnqvkos'k (q1 o q2) x-v{k ij j[ksgq, gSA fp=k esavkjs[k x-v{k ij foHko (V) d k x-funsZ'kkad d slkFk xzkQ

n'kkZrk gS
A rc l gh fod Yiksad k p;u d hft ,A

Sol.

(A*) q1 > 0
(B) q2 > 0
(C*) |q1| > |q2|
(D) |q1| < |q2|
Potential near q1 is + so q1 > 0. Potential near q2 is so, q2 < 0. Potential is zero x2 < x1 so |q1|
> |q2|.
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d slehi foHko + gS] vr% q1 > 0 gSA q2 d slehi foHko gS] vr%q2 < 0 gSA x2 < x1 ij foHko 'kwU; gS
vr%
|q1| > |q2| gS
A
q1

## SECTION-2 : (Integer value correct Type)

[k.M 2 : (iw.kkZad eku l gh d kj)
This section contains 30 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit integer,
ranging from 0 to 9 (both inclusive)
bl [k.M esa30 'u gSA R;sd 'u d k mkj 0 l s9 rd nksauks'kkfey d schp d k ,d y v ad h; iw.kkZad

gSA
Single (Integer) (30)
16.

A tube in vertical plane is shown in figure. It is filled with a liquid of density = 1000 kg/m and its
end B is closedThen the force exerted by the fluid on the tube at end B in newton will be :
[Neglect atmospheric pressure and assume the radius of the tube to be negligible in comparison to
2
= 4 m, g = 10 m/s ]
[FL-PR]

fp=k esa,d uy h ?okZ/kj ry esagSA bld ks= 1000 kg/m3 ?kuRo oky snzo lsHkj d j fd ukjsB d kscUn
d j fn;k t krk gSrksnzo d s}kjk uy h d sB Nksj ij y xusoky k cy U;wVu esagksxk [ok;qnkc d ksux.; ekusa
rFkk = 4 m d h rqy uk esauy h d h f=kT;k d ksux.; ekusa, g = 10 m/s2]

A0 = 10 m )
(vuq
izLFk d kV {ks=kQ y
4
2
= A0 = 10 m )

Ans.
Sol.

4
Pressure exerted by fluid at closed end B is
can fljsB ij nzo }kjk y xk;k x;k nkc
P = g

## force exerted by fluid at closed end B is

can fljsB ij nzo }kjk y xk;k x;k cy
F = PA = g A0 = 4 Ans.

17.

A uniform rope lies on a table that part of it lays over. The rope begins to slide when
the length of hanging part is 25 % of entire length. The co-efficient of friction
between rope and table is . Find 6.
[FR-SG]

est ij j[kh gqbZ,d le: i jLlh d k d qN Hkkx est lsuhpsy Vd jgk gSA t c y Vd k;sx;sHkkx d h y EckbZ]
lEiw.kZy EckbZd h 25 % gSrc jLlh fQ ly uk kjEHk d j nsrh gS] est o jLlh d se/; ?k"kZ.k xq.kkad gS] rks
6 d k eku gks
xkA

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Ans.
Sol.

2
Apply system equation fud k;

m
3m
g=
g
4
4
1

=
= 0.33
3
Ans. 2

## d h lehd j.k y xkusij

18.

In the shown figure maximum value of M so that the blocks A, B and C move without any relative
motion between them is x m kg, then x is :
fp=k esaiznf'kZr M nzO;eku d k vf/kd re~eku rkfd Cy kWd A, B rFkkC mud se/; fcuk lkis
{k xfr d sxfr d j
ld s] x m kg gSrc x gksxkA
[FR_SG]

Ans.

Sol.

1
mg
2
g
amax A =
2
g
Mg
=
2 3m M
M = 3m.

As, pw
afd

19.

1
mg
2

## (this must be choosen)

(;g

p;fur gksxk)

The maximum height above point A, where the ball can reach as shown in figure is

40 L
metre ,
9X

then x is :
[CM_VT]

fp=k esaiznf'kZr xsan d h fcUnqA lsvf/kd re Wp kbZt gkWrd xsan igqWp ld rh gS]

40 L
9X

ehVj esagSA rc x

gksx :

Ans.

3
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Sol.

Let be the angle with the vertical where string slackes and v be the velocity at that point
ekuk /okZ/kj d slkFk cuk;k x;k d ks.k gSt gkMksjh <hy h gkst krh gSrFkk v ml fcUnqij osx gS
mg cos =

mv 2

..............(i)

## By energy conservation t kZla

j{k.k ls,

cos =

1
mg
m 3g = mg (1+ cos) +
cos ..............(ii)
2
2

1
3

## Hence maximum height vr% vf/kd re

p kbZH = + cos + v2

sin2
40
=
.
2g
27

20.

The system of masses A and B shown in figure is released from rest with x = 0. If at the shown
instant, the value of x is 3m and velocity of mass B downwards is 5m/sec, then the velocity of
mass A in upward direction is 3 m/s, where is. [Pulleys P, Q and string is massless and
frictionless]
fp=k esaiznf'kZr nzO;ekuksaA rFkkB d k fud k; x = 0 ij fojke voLFkk lsNksM +k t krk gSA ;fn iznf'kZr {k.k ij x
d k eku 3m gSrFkk nzO;eku B d k osx uhpsd h vks
j 5m/sec gS] rksnzO;eku A d k osx ij d h fn'kk esa3
m/s gS
A rc d k eku gksxkA [f?kjfu;kP, Q rFkk Mks
jh nzO;ekughu rFkk ?k"kZ.kjfgr gSA]
[NL_CM]

Ans.

Sol.

u + vcos53 + vcos53 = 0
u = 2v cos53 = 6
21.

An object of mass 0.2 kg executes simple harmonic oscillations along the xaxis with a frequency
of ( 25 / ) Hz. At the position x = 0.04, the object has kinetic energy of 0.5 J and potential energy
0.4 J. Find the amplitude (in cm) of oscillations
[SH-EN]

## ,d 0.2 kg nzO;eku d h oLrq xv {k d s v uqfn'k ( 25 / ) Hz d h v ko`fk l s l jy v korZ xfr

d jrh gSA fLFkfr x = 0.04 ij oLrq d h xfrt t kZ 0.5 J o fLFkfrt t kZ 0.4 J gSA nksy u d k
v k;ke (cm esa) K kr d jksA
Ans.

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Sol.

Total energy d q
y
0.5 + 0.4 =

Ans.

22.

t kZE =

1
0.2
2

1
m 2 A2
2
2

25 2

2 A

9 = (50)2 A2
A = 0.06 m
6

A circular ring of radius a with uniform charge density is in the xy plane with centre at origin. A
particle of mass m and charge q is projected from P(0, 0, a 3 ) towards origin with initial velocity
u. The minimum value of the velocity so that the particle does not return to P is

q
. Find 'x'
x0m

(neglect gravity).

,d leku vkos'k ?kuRo d h a f=kT;k d h ,d o`kkd kj oy ; xy ry esafLFkr gS(ft ld k d sUnzewy fcUnqij gS)
m nz
O;eku rFkk q vkos'k d s,d d .k d kskjfEHkd osx u lsfcUnqP(0, 0, a 3 ) lsewy fcUnqd h vksj {ksfir
fd ;k t krk gSA osx d k U;wure eku rkfd d .k P d h vksj u y kSVs]
ux.; ekusaA)
Ans.

q
x0m

## gSA 'x' d ksKkr d hft ,A (xq: Ro d ks

[WE_UC]

Sol.

By energy equation
1 2a
1
q=
mu2.
40 2a
2
u=

23.

Ans.
Sol.

q
20m

## t kZlehd j.k }kjk

x=2

A radionuclide has a halflife of 1.6 103 years. If a sample contains 3.0 1016 such nuclei at a
certain instant, the activity of the sample at this time in (curie) Ci is 11 10x Ci then write the
value of x. (given 1 Ci = 3.7 1010 dps)
,d js
fM;ksukfHkd d h v) Zv k;q1.6 103 o"kZgSA ;fn ,d uewusesafd lh {k.k ij 3.0 1016 ,sl sukfHkd gSfd
bl le; ij Ci (D;wjh) esauewusd h lf ;rk 11 10x Ci gSrksx d k eku fy [kks
A (fn;k x;k gSfd 1 Ci
10
= 3.7 10 dps)
[NP-DL]
x=6
t1/2 = 1.6 103 3.16 107 s
Decay constant {k;

0.693
t1 / 2

Activity lf ;rk A = N
0.693
=
= 1.4 1011 s1
1.6 10 3 3.16 10 7
A = 11 106 Ci

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24.

A particle of mass m starts at t = 0 from the point A(0, 5) and moves with uniform velocity of
1
5i m / s . After 5 seconds, the angular velocity of the particle about the origin is
13
then is :
[CM_KN]
m nz
O;eku d k ,d d .k t = 0 ij fcUnqA(0, 5) lsizkjEHk gksrk gSrFkk fu;r osx 5i m / s lsxfr d jrk gSA 5

Ans.
Sol.

1
13

## jsfM;u/lS- gSA rc gksxk &

2
As pw
afd = about O (O d slkis{k)
V r
=
r
5
5
1
=

650 650 26
t=0

t=5

25 m
5m

5 m/sec

650

25.

A swimmers speed in the direction of flow of river is 16 km h1. Swimmer's speed against the
direction of flow of river is 8 km h1. Calculate the velocity of flow of the river (km h1).
,d rSjkd d h unh d scgko d h fn'kk esapky 16 km h1 gSrFkk cgko d sfoijhr fn'kk esarSjkd d h pky 8 km
h1 gS
] unh d k osx (km h1) Kkr d jks\
[RL-OD]

Ans.
Sol.

4
VS + Vr = 16
VS Vr = 8

VS = 12 km/hr

26.

Ans.
Sol.

Vr = 4 km/hr

The wavelength of the first line in balmer series in the hydrogen spectrum is 1. Wavelength of the
201
second line 2 =
, calculate x :
[MP-TR]
9x
201
gkbMkst u LisDVe d h ckej Js
.kh d h igyh js[kk d h rjaxnS/;Z1gSA nwl jh js[kk d h rjaxnS/;Z2 =
gS]
9x
rksx d k eku gksxkA
3
1
49
1 1
=R
1 =

1
4 9
5R
similarly blh iz
d kj
Ans.

1
1
1
= R 2
4 4
2

2 =

16
16
5
20
=

3R
3
49
27

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27.

When a centimetre thick surface is illuminated with light of wavelength , the stopping potential is
V. When the same surface is illuminated by light of wavelength 2, the stopping potential is V/3.
The threshold wavelength for the surface is p, find p :
[MP-PE]

t c ,d lseh eksVh lrg d ks rjaxnS/;Zoky sizd k'k lsizd kf'kr d jrsgSrksfujks/kh foHko V gSaA t c leku lrg
d ks2 rjaxnS/;Zoky sizd k'k lsizd kf'kr d jrsgSrksfujks/kh foHko V/3 gSaA lrg d h nSgy h rjax nS/;Zp gS] rks
p d k eku Kkr d hft ,A
Ans.
Sol.

4
hC
= + eV ....(i)

hC
eV
=+
....(ii)
2
3
3 II I
3
hc
1
= 2
2

hc
4

th = 4

28.

If min = 2is minimum wavelength produced in X-ray tube, k is the wavelength of k line. It is
observed that (k min) = 7. If the operating tube voltage is doubled then (k min) = x. Find x.
[MP-XR]

;fn min = 2X-fd j.k ufy d k esamRiUu U;wure~rjaxnS/;ZgS, k, k js[kk d srjaxnS/;ZgSA ;g izsf{kr gksrk gS
fd (k min) = 7;fn ufy d k ij vkjksfir oks
YVst d ksnqxquk fd ;k t krk gS] rc (k min) = xgS] rksx
Kkr d jksA
Ans.
Sol.

8
Case-I : min = 2
(k min) = 7
k= 9
Case-II : If operating voltage is doubled min = (k min) = 8
Case-II : ;fn

29.

vkjksfir oks
YVst nqxquk fd ;k t krk gSmin = (k min) = 8

In the shown figure the time after which the block of mass 1 kg will separate from the block of
mass 2kg is

8n
second then n is : (g = 10 m/sec2, neglect the size of block of mass 1 kg)
15

og le; ft ld si'pkr~1 kg nzO;eku d k Cy kWd 2kg nzO;eku d sCy kWd lsvy x gkst k;s
xk]

8n
15

lsd .M+gS

## rc n gksxk(g = 10 m/sec2, 1 kg Cy kWd d k vkd kj ux.; ekfu;sA)

[FR_KF]

Ans.

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5
= 5 m/s2
1
30 5
25
aplank =
=
m/s
2
2
1

Srel = arel t2
2
1 15 2
2=
t
2 2
2
t= 2
sec.
15
vr% vko';d mkj 1 gSA

Sol.

ablock =

30.

A cube of wood supporting a 200 gm mass just floats in water. W hen the mass is
removed the cube rises by 2 cm at equilibrium. If the side of cube is a (in cm) find
a
.
2
,d y d M+h d s?ku ij 200 gm nzO;eku j[kk gS;g t y esaiwjk Mwck gSA t c nzO;eku gVk fy ;k t krk gSrks
a
lkE;koLFkk ij ?ku 2 cm ls ij mB t krk gSA ;fn ?ku d h Hkqt k a (cm esa) gS] rks Kkr d hft ,A
2
[FL-BY]
5
(a 2 ) (2) = 200 g
but ijUrq
= 1 gm/cm 3
a = 10 cm.
Ans. 5

Ans.
Sol.

31.

If the kinetic energy of a particle decreases by 4%, its Debroglie wavelength increases by x%.
Find x in nearest integer.
[MP-DB]

;fn ,d d .k d h xfrt t kZ4% ls?kVrh gS] rksbld h Mh&czksxy h rjaxnS/;Zx% lsc<+rh gSA x d k eku
Ans.

Sol.

b =

h
2mk

d b
=
dk

1 1
. . 3/2
2m 2 k

d b
1 dk
=
b
2 k
dk

= 4%
k
d b
=2%
b
32.

Figure shows a smooth track, a part of which is a vertical circle of radius 4 m. A block of mass m is
3mg
pushed against a spring of spring constant k =
N/m fixed at the left end and then released.
4
Find the initial compression (in meter) of the spring so that the block presses the track with a force
mg newton when it reaches the point P, where the radius of the track is horizontal. (Given that the
block is not attached with the spring and spring attains its natural length before block enters on the
track.)
[WE_UC]

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## fp=k esa,d ?k"kZ.kjfgr iFk iz

nf'kZr fd ;k x;k gS] ft ld k ,d Hkkx 4 m f=kT;k d k /okZ/kj o`k gS
A ,d k
=

3mg
N/m
4

fLax fu;rkad okyh fLiazx d k ck;kafljk n`<+gSA m nzO;eku d k ,d Cy kWd bl fLizax d sfo: )

## /kDd k nsd j NksM +fn;k t krk gS

A t c Cy kW
d fcUnqP ij igqp rk gS] t gkiFk d h f=kT;k {kSfrt gS] rc Cy kWd iFk
d ksmg U;wVu cy lsnckrk gSrksfLizax d k izkjfEHkd lad q
p u (ehVj esa) Kkr d hft ;sA (Cy kWd fLiazx d slkFk
t qM +k gqv k ughagS] ,oafLiazx Cy kW
d d s?k"kZ.kjghr iFk esaizos'k d sigy sviuh izkd `
frd y EckbZesavk t krh gS
A)

Ans.
Sol.

4
By energy conservation, t kZla
j{k.k ls
1 2
1

kx = mgR + mv2
2
2
mv 2
As pw
afd Let
P
= mg
R

kx2 = 3mgR
Put
k

x = R = 4 j[kusij

33.

A small ball of mass m is attached to two identical springs each of spring constant K =

mg
N/m

m. At what
2
[WE_WV]

which are attached to floor and roof as shown. The springs have unstretched length
distance (in meter) from the ceiling will the ball remain at equilibrium if = 2 m.
m

mg
N/m

## fLiazx fu;rkad d h nks,d leku fLiazxksd s,d fljsls

fp=kkuql kj t qM +h gSrFkk fLiazxksd snwl jsfljsQ 'kZrFkk Nr lst qM +sgq, gSA fLiazx d h ewy y EckbZ

gSA Nr ls

## fd ruh nwjh ij xsan lkE;oLFkk esajgsxh] ;fn = 2 m

Ans.
Sol.

2
As both springs changes this length equally and they are in parallel

## pwafd nksauksfLaxksd h yEckbZeasleku ifjorZu gksrk gSvr% oslekUrj gksxh

at equilibrium, lkE;koLFkk ij
Mg = 2kx
Mg
2k
Distance from ceiling where the ball remains at equilibrium,
x=

## Nr lsog nwjh t gkxsan lkE;koLFkk ij jgsxh

Mg
x
1 .
2
2 k

Putting values d = 2 m.

d=

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34.

The maximum value of F for which both blocks will move together is 120x N. Find x.
F d k vf/kd re~eku ft ld sfy, nks
uksaCy kWd ,d lkFk xfr d jsaxs] 120x N gS] rksx Kkr d jksA [FR_MQ]
]

Ans.

Sol.

## fs max = 0.6 30 g = 180

fk = 0.2 35 g = 70
fs max fk = 5a
a = 22
Fmax fs max = 30 a
Fmax = 840
35.

Ans.

A body of mass 2 kg suspended through a vertical spring executes simple harmonic motion of
period 4s. If the oscillations are stopped and the body hangs in equilibrium. The potential energy
is 10 U (in J) stored in the spring then U is :
[SH_SM]
,d /okZ/kj fLax lsy Vd h2 kg nzO;eku d h oLrq4s d svkorZd ky lsljy vkorZxfr d jrh gSA ;fn nksy u
jksd fn;st k;sao oLrqlkE;koLFkk esay Vd h jgrh gS] rksfLa
x esalaxzfgr fLFkfrt t kZ10 U t wy esa gS] rc
U gks
xkA
4

Sol.

K = m2

K=m

2
K = 4 m

T2

mg = Kx

equilibrium lkE;oLFkk

x = mg
K

U = 1 Kx2

2 2

= 1K m g
2

2
2 2 2

= m gT
2

2 4 m

2 2 10 2 4 2
= 40 J
2 4 10 2

U=4
2

36.

## A particle is projected along a rough horizontal plane, coefficient of friction varies as = 0 r

where r is the distance from the origin in meters and 0 is a positive constant whose value is 20
m2. The initial distance of the particle is 1 m from the origin and its velocity is radially outwards.
The minimum initial velocity at this point so that particle never stops is 10x m/sec then x is : (use g
= 10 m/sec2)
[WE_WE]
,d d .k d ks[kq
jnjs{kSfrt lrg d svuqfn'k iz{ks
fir fd ;k x;k gS] ft ld k ?k"kZ.k xq.kkad = 0 r2 d svuql kj
ifjofrZr gksrk gSt gkr ewy fcUnqlsnwjh eh- esgSrFkk 0 ,d /kukRed fLFkjkad gSft ld k eku 20 m2 gSA
ewy fcUnqlsd .k d h izkjfEHkd nwjh 1 eh- gSrFkk bld k osx f=kT;h; fn'kk esackgj d h vksj gSA bl fcUnqij
U;wure kjfEHkd osx 10x m/sec gSft llsd .k d Hkh u : d s
A rc x gksxkA (g = 10 m/sec2 )

Ans.
Sol.

2
Work done against friction must equal the initial kinetic energy.

## ?k"kZ.k d sfo: ) fd ;k x;k d k;ZkjfEHkd xfrt t kZd scjkcj gksrk gSA

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v2

mg dx ; 2 = g 1 dx
0
x2
1
1

1
mv 2 =
2

v2 = 2g0
37.

2
; v = 0g
2

v=

2g0

v=

1
x 1

400 = 20 hence x = 2

A cubical block of copper of side 10 cm is floating in a vessel containing mercury. Water is poured
into the vessel so that the copper block just gets immeresed. The height of water column in cm is :
(Hg = 13.6 g/cc , Cu= 7.3 g/cc, water =1 gm/cc
[FL-BY]

lseh- Hkqt k d k ,d rkWcsad k ?kukd kj Cy kWd ikjslsHkjsik=k esarSj jgk gSA bl ik=k esavc ikuh bruk Hkjk
t krk gSft lls;g Cy kWd Bhd lEiw.kZMwc t krk gS] rksikuh LrEHk d h p kbZcm esagksxhA (Hg = 13.6 g/cc ,
10

Ans.
Sol.

38.

## Cu= 7.3 g/cc, water =1 gm/cc)

5
Let h = height to of water column
ekuk h = ikuh LrEHk d h p kbZ
then rkswgh + Hg g(10h) = Cu g10
h + 13.6 (10 h) = 73
63 = 12.6 h h = 5 cm
A block of mass 1 kg is released on wedge from position M as shown in figure (Neglect friction
every where). The force exerted by vertical wall W 1 on wedge, when the block is at position N is

15
P newton, find P : (Take g = 10 m/sec2)
2
1 kg nz
O;eku d k Cy kWd ost ij fp=kkuql kj M fLFkfr

15
P U;w
Vu
2
[CM_VT]

m/sec2 y s
)

Ans.
Sol.

## gS] rc P Kkr d jksaA (g = 10

3
v 2(10)(R cos 60 ) 10 m/s
Now, vc N mg cos60 =

mv 2
R

N = 15 Newton

15 3
N.
2
15 3
= N sin60 =
N.
2

## /okZ/kj nhokj }kjk y xk;k x;k cy

therefore vr% P = 3 Ans.
39.

A small solid ball is dropped from a height h (metre) above the free surface of a liquid. It strikes
the surface of the liquid at t = 0. The density of the material of the ball is 500 kg/m3 and that of
h
liquid is 1000 kg/m3. If the ball comes momentarily at rest at t = 2 sec, find . (Neglect viscousity)
5
[FL-BY]

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,d NksVh Bksl xsan d ksh (ehVj) p kbZlsnzo d h eqDr lrg ij fxjk;k t krk gSA ;g nzo d h lrg ij t = 0
le; ij Vd jkrh gSA xasn d sinkFkZd k ?kuRo 500kg / m3 rFkk nzo d k ?kuRo 1000 kg/m3 gSA vxj t = 2
lSd .M ij xsan {kf.kd : i ls: d t krh gS] rks
Ans.

h
5

Sol.

## t c ;g nzo d h lrg ij igqWp rh gSrc xsan d k osx

a=

1000 gV 500 gV
500 V

1000 gV 500 gV
500 V
a = 10 m/sec2
a=

apply vkjks
fir

; t gkWV xa
sn

d jusij v = u + at

d k vk;ru gSA

0=

2gh 10t

h = 20 m

2gh = 10 (2)

2 10 h = 400

40.

Ans

## A point charge of 10 nC is at a distance of 40 cm from the surface of a sphere of radius 10 cm

which was uniformly charged to a potential 15 kV. Work done by external agent to decrease the
15
separation between charge and surface to 30 cm is
J , then value of x is :
[ES-EP]
x

foHko rd ,d leku : i lsvkosf'kr 10 lseh f=kT;k d s,d xksy sd si`"B ls40 lseh nwjh ij 10 nC
d k ,d fcUnqor vkos'k fLFkr gSA vkos'k o i`"B d schp d h nwjh 30 lseh rd ?kVkusd sfy ;sck d kjd }kjk
15 kV

fd ;k x;k d k;Z

Ans.

15
J
x

## gS] rc x d k eku gksxkA

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Sol.

KQ

R
15000R
15000 10
1500
Q=
=
=
K
K
K 100
15000 =

KQ
R
KQ
V=
R

## We have potential of sphere V =

initially iz
kjEHk esa
Potential at point 1
fcUnq1 ij foHko
KQ
K 1500
1500
V1 =
= K
= 3000

50
50
50 K
K

100
100
100

Finally vUr es
a
Potential at point 2
fcUnq2 ij foHko
KQ
1500
15000
V2 =
=
= 3750
K
40
4
40

100
100
So work done by external agent to decrease the separation

## vr% nwjh d ks?kVkusesackg~; d kjd }kj fd ;k x;k d k;Z

W = q(v2 v1) = 10 109 (3750 3000)
= 750 10 109
= 7.5 J
Therefore vr%x = 2
41.

Masses are suspended in vertical plane as shown (the system is at rest and in equilibrium). When
m1 is removed the system makes 20 oscillations in 40 sec. When m2 is also removed gently then
time required for the system to make complete 30 oscillations is 8T seconds find T :
n'kkZ,uql kj fi.Mksad ks /oZry esavky fEcr fd ;k x;k gSA (fud k; fLFkj rFkk lkE;koLFkk esa) gSA m1 d ksgVkus

ij fud k; 40 lSd .M esa20 nksy u d jrk gSA t c m2 d ks/khjslsgVk fy ;k t k, rksfud k; }kjk 30 nksy u
d jusesay xk le; 8T lsd .M+gS] rc T Kkr d hft ,
[SH-SM]

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Ans.
Sol.

5
As, pw
afd T = 2 sec.

900
k

2 = 2

and rFkkT1 = 2

42.

........(i)

400
k

........(ii)

4
sec.
3
Time required for 30 oscillations = 40 sec.
30 nks
y uksad sfy , vfHk"V le; = 40 sec.
T1 =

A particle of mass m oscillates between P1 and P2 inside a fixed smooth spherical shell of radius 2
m. At any instant the kinetic energy of the particle is 4 J. Then the force exerted (in newton) by the
particle on the shell at this instant is :
[CM_VT]
m nz
O;eku d k d .k 2m f=kT;k d s?k"kZ.kjfgr fLFkj xksy kd kj d ks'k d svUnj P1 rFkkP2 d se/; nksy u d jrk gSA

;fn fd lh {k.k ij d .k d h xfrt t kZ4J gSrksbl {k.k ij d ks'k ij d .k }kjk y xk;k cy U;wVu esagksxkA

Ans.

Sol.

N mg sin =
As pw
afd

mv 2
R

............(i)

1
mv2 = mgh = E (say)
2
h 2E
N = mg
R R

............(ii)

E 2E 3E

R R
R

## therefore force is 6 N Ans.

vr% cy 6 N U;wVu gSA
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43.

A heavy nucleus x(A = 180) breaks into two nuclie y (A = 140) and z(A = 40). Energy released
during fission reaction is 44 E Mev then E is :
[NP-EF]

,d Hkkjh ukfHkd x(A = 180) nksukfHkd ksay (A = 140) rFkk z(A = 40) esafoHkkft r gkst krk gSA fo[k.Mu f ;k
d snkSjku eqDr t kZ44 E Mev gS] rc E gksxk :

Ans.
Sol.

5
Released energy eq
Dr

44.

Two particles executing SHM of the same amplitude and same frequency. At a particular instant

t kZ

= 140 7 + 8 40 180 6
= 980 + 320 1080
= 220 MeV.

their positions and direction of motion are shown by P1 and P2. The phase difference between the
2
two SHM is
[SH - EQ]
N

nksd .k leku vk;ke rFkk leku vko`fk lsljy vkokZxfr d j jgsgSA fd lh fo'ks"k {k.k ij mud h fLFkfr rFkk
xfr d h fn'kk P1 rFkkP2 }kjk iznf'kZr gS] nksuksaljvkokZxfr;ksad se/; d y kUrj

Ans.
Sol.

2
for P1 x = Asin (t + ) d sfy ,
A
at t = 0 ij x =
= A sin
2
5
1 =
= 150
6
(Velocity is in ve direction)
For P2 A sin (t + ) d sfy ,
A
t = 0 x =
= A sin
2
11
2 =
= 330
6
(Velocity is in +ve direction)

= 2 1 = 180 =

(os
x

(os
x

2
N

## jsfM;u gSrc N gksxk :

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45.

A point charge Q is kept at point A the flux through the inclined surface of cone is
another charge Q is also placed at point B. If net flux through the inclined surface is

3Q
. Now
50

nQ
. Find n.
50

## ,d fcUnqvkos'k Q fcUnqA ij j[kk gqv k gS] 'ka

d qd h >q
d h gqbZlrg (inclined surface) lsxqt jusoky k
3Q

y Dl 5 gSA vc vU; vkos'k Q d ksHkh fcUnqB ij j[kk t krk gSA ;fn 'ka
d qd h >q
d h gqbZlrg lsxqt jus
0
nQ

## oky k d qy y Dl 5 gSA n Kkr d hft ,A

0

[ES-GT]

B
H
H
A

Ans.
Sol.

1
nQ 3Q Q 3Q
Q

50 50 0 50 50
n=1

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Course : JR-PT-2(eLPD)
Test Type : PT-2
Paper

## Test Date : 12.10.2014

Target Date :15.09.2014
Time Duration : 2 Hrs.

SYLLABUS :
Quantum Number, Periodic Table, Basic Inorganic Nomenclature, Gaseous
State, Chemical equiliribrium, Ionic Equilibrium-I, Chemical Bonding,
Solution, Co-ordination compound , sblock, Surface Chemistry

SR.
NO.

TOPIC NAME

SYLLABUS SCHEDULED
SYLLABUS
SCHEDULED
WEIGHTAGE
(BY FC)

1.

Quantum Number

~ 5%

2.

~ 5%

3.

## Periodic Table & Basic

inorganic nomenclature
Gaseous State

4.

Chemical equiliribrium

~ 5%

5.

Ionic Equilibrium-I

~ 5%

6.

Chemical Bonding

~ 15%

7.

Solution

~ 20%

8.

Co-ordination compound

~ 20%

9.

sblock

~ 10%

10

Surface Chemistry

~ 10%

WEIGHTAGE IN
PAPER
(BY FACULTY)

~ 5%

SYLLABUS :
Electronic Effect, Aromaticity, Intermediate, Acid & Basic Strength,
Geometrical isomers, Optical isomers and Conformation
Test Pattern :

Page # 1

PT-2
S.No.

Subject

Nature of Questions

## No. of Questions Marks Negative

Maths/ MCQ
Physics/
16 to 45 Chemistry Subjective (Single digit)
1 to 15

Total

15

60

30

90

Total

45

Physical paper
MCQ(8)
Subjective(Single digit) 15

Organic paper
MCQ(7)
Subjective(Single digit) 15

## Remarks (if any):

Sent to pattern faculty Date : 03.09.2014

## JEE (ADVANCED) CHEMISTRY PAPER SKELETON

Faculty Name : PA SIR

## Test Name : JR (PT-2)

PAPER
DIFFICULTY LEVEL :
SUBTOPIC(S) Easy (E), Moderate (M),

S.
No.

TYPE

MCQ

(P)

IEQ

IEQ-CIE

MCQ

(P)

SCP

SCP-OP

MCQ

(P)

GST

GST-RG

MCQ

(P)

SCP

SCP-EBP

MCQ

SBC

SBC-CPM

MCQ

(P)

SCH

SCH-CPC

MCQ

(P)

ATS

ATS-EC

MCQ

PTB

PTB-EA

MCQ

(O)

ART

ART-BIS

10

MCQ

(O)

SIM

SIM-OAC

11

MCQ

(O)

SIM

SIM-MGI

12

MCQ

(O)

SIM

SIM-CIP

(P)

(I)

(O)

TOPIC(S)

Tough (T)

(I)

(I)

Total

Page # 2

150

13

MCQ

(O)

SIM

SIM-EOS

14

MCQ

(O)

GOLE

GOLE-RC

15

MCQ

(O)

ROHO

ROHO-OXI

(I)

COR

COR-OC

(I)

COR

COR-BICC

SCP

SCP-OP

COR

COR-ACFT

SCP

SCP-EBP

(I)

COR

COR-ACFT

(I)

SBC

SBC-CPM

SCP

SCP-VP

CBO

CBO-BO

Mole

Mol-BRR

(I)

CBO

CBO-BABL

(I)

CBO

CBO-VSEPR

(I)

COR

COR-ACFT

(I)

COR

COR-IICC

(I)

CBO

CBO-BABL

(O)

ART

ART-TAU

(O)

SIM

SIM-MGI

16

17

18

19

20.

21.

22

23.

24.

25.

26.

27.

28.

29.

30.

31.

32.

Single
digit
(Integer)
Single
digit
(Integer)
Single
digit
(Integer)
Single
digit
(Integer)
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digit
(Integer)
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digit
(Integer)
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digit
(Integer)
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digit
(Integer)
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digit
(Integer)
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digit
(Integer)
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digit
(Integer)
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digit
(Integer)
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digit
(Integer)
Single
digit
(Integer)
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digit
(Integer)
Single
digit
(Integer)
Single
digit
(Integer)

(P)

(I)

(P)

(P)

(I)

(P)

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33.

34.

35.

36.

37.

38.

39.

40.

41.

42.

43.

44.

45.

Single
digit
(Integer)
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digit
(Integer)
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digit
(Integer)
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digit
(Integer)
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digit
(Integer)
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digit
(Integer)
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digit
(Integer)
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digit
(Integer)
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digit
(Integer)
Single
digit
(Integer)
Single
digit
(Integer)
Single
digit
(Integer)
Single
digit
(Integer)

(O)

ART

ART-TAU

(O)

SIM

SIM-COS

(O)

SIM

SIM-MGI

(O)

GOCE

GOCE-RC

(O)

SIM

SIM-EOS

(O)

SIM

SIM-COS

(O)

ART

ART-AIS

(O)

ART

ART-BIS

(O)

SIM

SIM-EOS

(O)

SIM

SIM-CC

(O)

ART

ART-TAU

(O)

GOCE

GOCE-RC

(O)

ART

ART-AIS

## Physical Inorganic paper

MCQ(8)
1.
Which of the following statements are correct regarding the simultaneous solubility of AX2 and BX2 in water
at 25C ?
[Given Ksp(AX2) = 3.888 109 , Ksp(BX2) = 1.944 108]
(IEQ(P))
25C ij

t y esaAX2 rFkk BX2 d h lkFk lkFk foy s;rk (simultaneous solubility) d slanHkZes
afuEu esalsd kSulsd Fku
9
8
lR; gSaA [fn;k gSKsp(AX2) = 3.888 10 , Ksp(BX2) = 1.944 10 ]

## (A) The concentration of X ions in the solution is 1.296 105 M.

(B*) The simultaneous solubility of AX2 is 3 104 M.
(C*) The simultaneous solubility of BX2 is 1.5 103 M.
(D) The concentration of X ions in the solution is 7.2 103 M.
(A) foy ;u es
aX vk;uksad h lkUnzrk 1.296 105 gSA
(B*) AX2 d h le{kf.kd foy s
;rk (simultaneous solubility) 3 104 M gSA
(C*) BX2 d h le{kf.kd

## foy s;rk (simultaneous solubility) 1.5 103 M. gSA

(D) foy ;u es
rk 7.2 103 M gSA
Page # 4

Sol.

K sp (AX2 )
K sp (BX2 )

3.888 10 9
8

1
S
=
5
5S

1.944 10
A2+ + 2X
S
2S + 10S
BX2
B2+ + 2X
5S 10S + 2S
Ksp (AX2) = S(12S)2 = 3.888 109
Solubility of BX2 = 5S = 1.5 103 M
AX2

S = 3 104 M

BX2 d h foy s
;rk= 5S = 1.5 103 M
[X] = 12 S = 3.6 103 M
2.

## Consider the following system.

Three different aqueous solution each having volume 100 ml are taken and kept in contact as shown.

SPM

100 ml
0.2 M Urea

100 ml
0.15 M KCl

SPM

100 ml
0.1 M AlCl3
(SCP(P)) (T)
After sufficient time
(Consider temp constant & 100% dissociation of strong electrolyte)
100
(A) Volume of urea solution will be
ml.
3
400
(B*) Volume of AlCl3 solution will be
ml.
3
(C*) There will be no change in volume of KCl solution.
(D) Volume of both KCl and AlCl3 solutions will increase.

## fuEu rU=k vuql kj %

rhu fHkUu t y h; foy ;u] izR;sd d k vk;ru 100 ml y srsgSrFkk fp=k esafn[kk, vuql kj lEid Zesj[krsgSa&

100 ml
0.2 M ;q
fj;k

100 ml v) Z
v) Z
ikjxE;
ikjxE;
f>Yyh 0.15 M KCl f>Yy h

100 ml
0.1 M AlCl3

i;kZIr le; i'pkr~(rki fu;r rFkk izcy oS| qr vi?kV~; d k 100% fo;kst u ekursgq,)
(A) ;w
fj;k foy ;u

d k vk;ru

100
ml gks
xk
3

400
ml gks
xk
3

## (C*) KCl foy ;u d svk;ru esd ks

bZifjorZu
(D) KCl rFkk AlCl3 foy ;u nks
uksd k vk;ru

ugh gksxk
c<+sxkA
Page # 5

Sol.

Sol.

After sufficient time osmotic pressure of all solution will become same.
as T is same i.e. molar concentration should be same, for this ratio of volume should be the same as that
of ratio moles.
Urea
:
KCl
:
AlCl3
20 m moles
30 m moles
40 m moles
Total volume (300 ml) should be divided in 2 : 3 : 4
2
200
Vurea =
300 =
ml
9
3
3
VKCl =
300 = 100 ml
9
4
400
VAlCl3 =
300 =
ml
9
3
i;kZIr le; i'pkr lHkh foy ;uksd k ijklj.k nkc leku gkst k;sxkA pwafd T leku gSvFkkZr~eksy j lkUnzrk leku gksuh

pkfg,] eksy vuqikr d h rjg vk;ru vuqikr Hkh leku gksuk pkfg,A
;wfj;k
:
KCl
:
AlCl3
20 fey h eks
Yl
30 fey h eks
Yl
40 fey h eks
Yl
d qy vk;ru (300 ml) 2 : 3 : 4 esasfoHkkft r gksuk pkfg,A
2
200
300 =
ml
9
3
3
VKCl =
300 = 100 ml
9
4
400
=
300 =
ml
9
3
Vurea =

VAlCl3
3.

## The vander waal gas constant a is given by

okUMWjoky xSl fu;rkad 'a' fuEu }kjk fn;k x;k gSA
(A)

1
V
3 C

3PC VC2 = 3

## (B*) 3PC VC2

(GST(P))

(C)

1 RTC
8 PC

(D*)

2 2
27 R TC
64 PC

Sol.

(3b)2 = a
27b2
Similarly for (D) option.
(D) fod Yi d sleku

4.

2.25 g of a Non volatile substance dissolved in 250 g of C6H6 . This solution shows depression in F.P. by
0.25K. Which of the following is /are correct :
(SCP(P))
-1
-1
Given that : (Kb and Kf for C6H6 is 2.53 Kmolal and 5.12 Kmolal , BP of C6H6 = 353.3 K)
(A*) Molar mass of substance is = 180
(B*) B.P. of solution is = 353.42 K
(C*) Relative lowering in vapour pressure of solvent = 0.0038
(D) All are not correct
,d 2.25 g vok"i'khy inkFkZ250 g C6H6 es?kqfy r gS] ;g foy ;u 0.25K d k fgekad esvoueu n'kkZrk gS&

## fuEu esalsd kSulk@d kSulslgh gS@ gSa&

fn;k gS: (C6H6 d sfy , Kb rFkkKf, 2.53 K eksy y -1 rFkk5.12 K eksy y -1 gS] C6H6 d sfy ;sBP = 353.3 K)
(A*) inkFkZd k eks
y j nzO;eku gS= 180
(B*) foy ;u d k DoFkuka
d gS= 353.42 K
(C*) foy k;d d sok"inkc es
avisf{kd voueu = 0.0038 gSA
(D) lHkh lgh ughagS
aA
Sol.

Tf = m Kf =
0.256 =

g.wt
1000

Kf
M.M
(g.wt.)solvent foy k; d

2.25 1000

5.12
M.M.
250
Page # 6

## M.M. = 180 g/mol

g.wt
1000
Tb = m Kb =

Kb
M.M
(g.wt.)solvent foy k; d

2.25 1000

2.53 = 0.1265
180
250
B.P. of solution (foy ;u d k DoFkuka
d ) = 353.3 + 0.1265 = 353.425 K
2.25
V.P.
n
180
= XB =
=
= 0.00388.
2.25 250
P solvent
nA nB

180
78
=

5.

[M] (SBC(I))

Which one of the following alkali metals does not give hydrated salts ?

## fuEu esalsd kSulh {kkj /kkrq,sat y ;ksft r y o.k ughansrh gSA

(A) Li
6.

(B*) Na

(C*) K

(D*) Cs

Which method is suitable method for preparation (SCH(P)), Preparation of colloid) (MCQ) (T)
(A*) God sol is prepared passing formaldehyde into gold (III) chloride for reduction.
(B*) Silver sol can be prepared by electrical disintegration process.
(C) Ferric hydroxide can be prepared by removing dissolve electrolyte by suitable membrane.
(D) Ferric hydroxide can be prepared by adding large amount FeCl3 into freshly prepared precipitate.

## d kSulh fof/k fojpu cukus d sfy , mi;qDr fof/k gS\

(A*) xks
YM (III) Dy ksjkbZM
(B*) oS
| qr

## fo?kVu fof/k }kjk flYoj lkWy d kscuk;k t krk gSA

(C) mi;q
Dr

f>Yy h }kjk ?kqfy r oS| qr vi?kV; d ksfud ky d j Q sfjd gkbMksDlkbM d kscuk;k t krk gSA

i
Sol.

## esa FeCl3 d h vf/kd ek=kk d ksfey kd j Q sfjd gkbMksDlkbM d kscuk;k t krk gS

A

Re duction
(A) 2AuCl3 + 3HCHO + 3H2O

2 Au + 3HCOOH + 6HCl

( sol)

## (B) t is also called Bredrgs Arc method (NCERT)

(C) It is dialysis process.
(D) Peptization need small amount of electrolyte.
Sol.

7.

vip;u

## (A) 2AuCl3 + 3HCHO + 3H2O

2Au + 3HCOOH + 6HCl
y)
( lkW
(B)

(C)

(D)

## isIVhd j.k d sfy , oS| q

r vi?kV; d h d qN d e ek=kk ek=kk vko';d gksrh gSA

Electrons are revolving in principal quantum number 4. Which of the following statements are incorrect for
this.
(ATS(P))
h
(A) Maximum orbital angular momentum for this electron is 3

(B*) Maximum 18 electron can have this value of principal quantum number
h
(C*) Maximum 10 electron can have 3
angular momentum

## eq[; Dok.Ve la[;k4 esaby sDVkW

u ?kw.kZu d jrsgSaA fuEu esalsd kSulsd Fku xy r gSa&
(A) by s

## d {kd ksad k vf/kd re d ks.kh; laos

x

(B*) vf/kd re 18 by s
DVkWu

gS

## eq[; Dok.Ve la[;k d k eku j[k ld rsgS

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(C*) vf/kd re 10 by s
DVkWu d ks.kh;

laosx

j[k ld rsgS

(D*) vf/kd re 6 by s
DVkWu m = 0 j[k ld rsgSA
Sol.

n=4
(A)

= 0, 1, 2, 3
L=

8.

( 1)

h
;
2

L=

3(3 1)

L=

12

h
,
2

h
2
3

(B)
(C)

2n 2(4) = 32
= 3, maximum electron (vf/kd re by s
DVkWu) = 2(2 + 1)

(D)

n=4
l = 0, 1, 2, 3
m = 0, 0, 0, 0
Total 4-orbitals can have m = 0
d qy 4 d {kd ksaesam = 0 mifLFkr gSA

In which of the following arrangements, the order is not correct according to the property indicated
againstit:
(PTB(I))
(A) increasing size : F < O < N < Ne
(B) increasing E1 : B < C < O < F
(C*) increasing negative value of first Heg : Se < S < O
(D*) increasing E1 : Sc < Y < La

## fuEufy f[kr O;oLFkkvksaesals] e d sfo: ) fy [ksx;sxq.kksad svuql kj lgh e ughagSaA

(A) vkd kj d k c<+
rk gqv k e : F < O < N < Ne
(B) iz
Fke vk;uu t kZE1 d k c<+rk gqv k e : B < C < O < F
(C*) Fke Heg

## d s_ .kkRed eku d k c<+rk gqv k e % Se < S < O

(D*) iz
Fke vk;uu t kZE1 d k c<+rk gqv k e : Sc < Y < La
MCQ(7)
9.

[ART][O][M]

(A*)

>

lkeF;Z]

(B)

>

lkeF;Z]

(C)

>

lkeF;Z]

(D*)

>

lkeF;Z]

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10.

(OPTICAL)
[SIM][O][M]

## Which of the following statements are not true ?

(A) Molecules that are not superimposable on their mirror images are chiral.
(B*) A compound with 2-chiral carbon is always chiral.
(C*) All chiral molecules have at least one chiral atom
(D) All the compounds having chiral molecules must be optically active

## fuEu esalsd kSulk@d kSulsd Fku lgh ughagS\

(A) ,s
l sv.kqt ksviusniZ
.k izfrfcEc ij vk/;kjksfir ughagksrsgS] mUgsafd jSy v.kqd grsgSA
(B*) 2-fd jS
y d kcZu j[kusoky k ;kSfxd lnSo fd jSy gksrk gSA
(C*) lHkh fd jS
y v.kqv ksaesad e lsd e ,d fd jSy ijek.kqekSt wn gksrk gSA
(D) fd jS
y v.kqj[kusoky slHkh ;kSfxd izd kf'kd lf ; gksrsgSA
11.

## (A) E,F, and G are resonating structures

(B*) E,F and E, G are tautomers
(C*) F and G are geometrical isomers
(D*) F and G are diastereomers
;kSfxd E,F rFkk G d h lajpukvksalslacaf/kr lgh oDrO;

Sol.

12.

[SIM][O][T]

gSgSa
%

## (A) E,F, rFkk G vuq

uknh (resonance) lajpuk,sgSaA
(B*) E,F rFkk E, G py ko;oh (tautomers) gS
A
(C*) F rFkk G T;kfefr; (geometrical) leko;oh (isomers) gS
A
(D*) F rFkk G T;kfefr; foofje leko;oh (diastereomers) gS
A
(E,F) and (E,G) are Tautomers ((E,F) rFkk (E,G) py ko;oh gS
aA)
(F) and (G) are geometrical diastereomers. ((F) rFkk (G) T;kferh;

## foofje leko;oh gSaA)

The correct orders for physical properties of maleic acid(I) and fumaric acid (II) is/are

[SIM][O][T]
(A*) Dipole moment
(B*) H2O Solubility
(C*) Ka1
(D*) pK a2

:
:
:
:

I > II
I > II
I > II
I > II

eSy sbd vEy (I) rFkk ;wesfjd vEy (II) d sHkkSfrd xq.k/keksZd sfo"k; esafuEu esalsd kSulk e lgh gS\
(A*) f}/kz
qo vk?kw.kZ
:
I > II
(B*) H2O foy s
;rk
:
I > II
(C*) Ka1
(D*) pK a2
13.

:
:

I > II
I > II

Which of the molecules has/have all the three elements of symmetry centre, plane and axis
simultaneously.
[SIM][O]

fuEu esalsd kSulk ;kSfxd lefefr d k d sUnz] lefefr d k ry rFkk lefefr d k v{k rhuksaj[krk gS\

(A)

(B*)

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(C)

14.

(D)

(P)

(Q)

## (A*) Q & S are not resonating structures

(C*) P & R are tautomers
(A*) Q vkS
j S vuquknh lajpuk ughagSA
(C*) P vkS
j R py ko;oh gSA
15.

[GOCE(O))]

## The correct statement(s) concerning the structures P,Q,R & S is/are

lajpukvksaP,Q,R rFkk S d slaca/k es
algh d Fku gksxsaA

(R)

(S)

## (B*) R & S are resonating structures

(D*) P & Q are resonating structures
(B*) R vkS
j S vuquknh lajpuk gS
A
(D*) P vkS
j Q vuquknh lajpuk gSA

1-Chloropropene has two diastereomers X and Y. The boiling point of X is greater than Y. Which of the
following option is true about X and Y ?
[SIM][O][E]
(A*) X is more stable than Y
(B*) X is trans isomer
(C) Melting point of Y is greater than X
(D*) Water solubility of X is greater than Y
1-Dy ks
jksizksihu d snksfoofje: ih leko;oh X rFkk Y gSA X d k DoFkukad fcUnqY d h vis{kk vf/kd gSA vr% fuEu esals
d kSulk fod Yi X rFkk Y d sfo"k; esalgh gS
a\
(A*) X, Y d h vis
{kk vf/kd LFkk;h gS
(B*) X foi{k&leko;oh gS
(C) Y d k xy uka
d fcUnqX d h vis{kk vf/kd gS
(D*) X d h t y es
afoy s;rk Y d h vis{kk vf/kd gSA

Sol.

## Dipole moment : X > Y,

Water solubility : X > Y,
Stability : X > Y,
Melting point : X > Y,
Boiling point : X > Y.

Sol.

## f}/kzqo vk?kw.kZ: X > Y,

t y foy sr;k : X > Y,
fLFkkf;Ro : X > Y,
xy ukad fcUnq: X > Y,
Subjective(Single Intger) 15
16.

(COR(I))(M))
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Ans.
Sol.

17.

Ans.
Sol.

18.

## lad qy [Ni(CO)4] esa] leku ry esavf/kd re ijek.kqv ksad h la[;k fuEu gS

5
3
One Ni and two CO molecules are in same plane in sp hybrid complex.
3
sp la
d fjr lad qy esa,d Ni rFkk nksCO v.kqleku ry esagSaA
EAN rule is properly followed in how many of the following species.
(COR(I))(M))
fuEu esafd ruh Lihf'kt EAN fu;e d k iw
.kZr;k iky u d jrsgSA
(i) Fe(CO)5
(ii) Ni(CO)4
(iii) Cr(CO)6
(iv) Mn(CO)5
5
+
(v) [n C5H5)2Co]
(vi) Co2(CO)8
2
(vii) [Ni(CN)4]
2
(viii) [Ti(CO)6]
(xi) [( 5C5H5)2Fe]
7
(i) Fe(CO)5 = 26 + 10 = 36
(ii) Ni(CO)4 = 28 + 8 = 36
(iii) Cr(CO)6 = 24 + 12 = 36
(iv) Mn(CO)5 = 25 + 10 = 35
(v) [n5C5H5)2Co]+ = 273 + 12 = 36
(vi) Co (CO)8 = 27 + 1 + 8 = 36
2
(vii) [Ni(CN)4] = 28 2 + 8 = 34`
2
(viii) [Ti(CO)6] = 26 + 10 = 36
5
(xi) [( C5H5)2Fe] = 26 2 + 12 = 36

If urea is added in the sugar solution then how many of the following are correct ?
(SCP(P)) (E)
(a) Vapour pressure of solution decreases
(b) Relative lowering in vapour pressure increases
(c) Freezing point decreases
(d) Depression in freezing point increases
(e) Elevation in boiling point as well as boiling point of solution increases
(f) Osmotic pressure decreases

;fn 'kd Zjk foy ;u es;wfj;k fey k;k t k, rksfuEu esalsfd ruslgh gSa&
(a) foy ;u d k ok"inkc ?kVrk gS
A
(b) ok"inkc esvkis
f{kd voueu c<+rk gSA
(c) fgeka
d ?kVrk gSA
(d) fgeka
d esvoueu c<+rk gSA
(e) foy ;u d sDoFkuka
d d slkFk&lkFk DoFkukad esmUu;u c<+rk gSA
(f) ijklj.k nkc ?kVrk gS
A
Ans.
Sol.

5
Non volatile solute is added in the solution therefore.
V.P., RLVP, , Tf , Tf , Tb , Tb, (a, b, c, d, e are correct)

Sol.

vok"i'khy foy s
;] foy ;u esfey k;k t k, rks
V.P., RLVP, , Tf , Tf , Tb , Tb, (a, b, c, d, e lgh gS
A)

19.

(COR(I))

2+

## Number of chelate rings in [Ni(DMG)2] = c

Number of chelate rings in brown ring complex [Fe(H2O)5NO]SO4 = d

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## Calculate the value of (a + b + c + d) is .....

[Fe(EDTA)]

esafd y s
V oy ;ksad h la[;k = a
2+

[Co (en)2(NH3)Cl]
[Ni(DMG)2]

2+

es
afd y sV oy ;ksad h la[;k = b

## Hkwjsoy ; lad qy [Fe(H2O)5NO]SO4 esafd y sV oy ;ksad h la[;k = d

(a + b + c + d) d seku

d h x.kuk d jksA

Ans.

Sol.

a = 5, b = 2, c = 2, d = 0 (a + b + c + d) = 9

20.

Solubility product of KAl(SO4)2, is 4x at 25C. If depression in freezing point when KAl(SO4)2 is dissolved

in water to make its saturated solution at 25C is ax then what will be the value of a ? [Assume that there is
-1
no significant change in density of water on dissolving KAl(SO4)2, Kf = 2 K molal ]
(SCP(P))
25C

## rki ij] KAl(SO4)2 d k foy s

;rk xq.kuQ y 4x4 gSA t c 25C ij KAl(SO4)2 d kst y esafoy s; d jd s] bld k

lar`Ir foy ;u cuk;k x;k rc foy ;u d sfgekad esavoueu ax gksxk] rksa d k eku D;k gksxk\ [KAl(SO4)2 d ks?kksy us
ij t y d s?kUkRo esad ks
bZlkFkZd ifjorZu ughaekuas] Kf = 2 K molal-1]
Ans

Sol.

KAl (SO4)2 d s,d
4

4x = 4S

## lar`Ir foy;u d sfy ,

4

Solubility is x mol/L

Tf = iKfm
Tf = 4 2 x = 8 x
21.

(COR(I))(M)

## Number of chelate rings in [Cr(gly)3] = b

Number of chelate rings in [Ni(en)3]Cl3 = c
Number of chelate rings in [Ni(CO)4] = d
Calculate the value of (a + b + c + d) is .....
[V(acac)2O]

## esafd y sV oy ;ksd h la[;k = a

[Cr(gly)3] es
afd y s
V

oy ;ksd h la[;k = b

[Ni(en)3]Cl3 es
afd y s
V
[Ni(CO)4] es
afd y sV

oy ;ksd h la[;k = c

oy ;ksd h la[;k = d

(a + b + c + d) d seku

d h x.kuk d jksA

Ans.

Sol.

a = 2, b = 3, c = 3, d = 0 (a + b + c + d) = 8

22.

## How many of the following statements are correct ?

(SBC(I))
(a) BeO is amphoteric in nature.
(c) K2O2 is diamagnetic but KO2 is paramagnetic.
(d) AlCl3 is soluble in excess of NaOH and form sodium meta aluminate.
(e) Anhydrous potassium nitrate on heating with potassium metal gives potassium oxide and nitrogen gas.
(f) Lithium chloride is highly soluble in water.
(g) Hydrated magnesium chloride on heating in dry air gives anhydrous MgCl2.
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## fuEu esalsfd rusd Fku lR; gSa\

(a) BeO d h mHk;/kehZd `
fr gSA
(b) LiHCO3 Bks
l voLFkk esaughaik;k t krk gSA
(c) K2O2 frpq
Ecd h; gSijUrqKO2 vuqp qEcd h; gSA
(d) AlCl3, NaOH d svkf/kD; es
afoy s; gSrFkk lksfM;e esVk ,Y;qfeusV cukrk gSA
(e) fut Z
y h; ikSVsf'k;e ukbVsV d ksikSVsf'k;e /kkrqd slkFk xeZd jusij ikSVsf'k;e vkWDLkkbM vkSj ukbVkst u xSl curh
gSA
(f) fy fFk;e Dy ks
jkbM t y esavR;f/kd foy s; gSA
(g) t y ;ks
ft r eSXusf'k;e Dy ksjkbM d ks'kq"d gok esaxeZd jusij fut Zy h; MgCl2 kIr gksrk gSA
Ans.
Sol.

5.
(a), (b), (c), (d) & (e) are correct.
(a), (b), (c), (d) rFkk(e) lgh gS
aA

(b) LiHCO3
Li2CO3 + H2O + CO2

## (d) AlCl3 + 4NaOH (excess) vkf/kD; NaAlO2 + 2H2O + 3NaCl

(e) KNO3 + K K2O + N2
(g) MgCl2.6H2O MgO + HCl + H2O.
23.

What is the number of mole of benzene (PB0= 150 torr) per mole of toluene (PT0 = 50 torr) in vapour phase
if the given solution has a vapour pressure of 120 torr in equilibrium with its vapour ?
ok"i izkoLFkk esaizfr eksy VkWy wbu (PT0 = 50 torr) esacsUt hu (PB0= 150 torr) d seksy ksd h la[;k D;k gS] ;fn fn;k x;k

Ans.
Sol.

7
P = PBXB + PT XT
120 = 150(XB) + 50 (1 XB)
100 XB = 70
XB = 0.7

foy ;u bld sok"i d slkFk lkE; esa120 torr ok"i nkc j[krk gks?

XBPB0
0.7 x 150
=
= 0.875
P
120
YB 7

YT 1

YB =

24.

Ans.
Sol.

(SCP(P))

YT = 1 0.875 = 0.125

If Phosphorous acid, Tetrathionic acid and Pyrophosphoric acid have number of acidic hydrogen per
molecule respectively as x, y and z, then find the value of x + y z.
;fn Q kWLQ ksjl vEy , VsVkFkk;ksfud vEy rFkk ik;jksQ kWLQ ksfjd vEy d sfy , izfr v.kqvEy h; gkbMkst u d h la[;k d s
eku e'k% x, y rFkkz gS] rks(x + y z) d k eku Kkr d hft ;sA
(CBO(I))
0
Phosphorous acid (H3PO3) Dibasic x = 2
Tetrathionic acid (H2S4O6) Dibasic y = 2
Pyrophosphoric acid (H4P2O7) tetrabasic z = 4

Q kWLQ ks
jl vEy (H3PO3) f}{kkjh; x = 2
VsVkFkk;ksfud vEy (H2S4O6) f}{kkjh; y = 2
ik;jksQ kWLQ ksfjd vEy (H4P2O7) prq"{kkjh; z = 4
25.

In the disproportionation reaction of NaOH with one molecule of P4, in presence of H2O to give PH3 &
sodium hypophosphite, number of molecules of NaOH reacting are .............. .
(Mol-1(P))
P4 d s,d v.kqd h] NaOH d slkFk H2O d h mifLFkfr es
afo"kekuqikru vfHkf ;k esa] ft lesa PH3 o lksfM;e

Ans.

Sol.

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26.

## In CI2O7, the CIO bonds showing double bond character are.

Ans.

CI2O7 es
a, f}ca/k vfHky {k.k iz
nf'kZr
6

27.

(CBO(I))

d jusoky sCIO ca
/kksd h la
[;k gSaA

The number of vacant hybrid orbitals which participate in the formation of 3-centre 2 electron bonds i.e.,
banana bonds in diborane structure is :
(CBO(I))

Mkbcksjsu l ajp uk esa fjDr l ad fjr d {kd ksa d h l a[ ;k crkb;s t ks 3-d sUnz 2 by sDVkWu ca/k v FkkZr ~ cukuk
ca/k (banana bonds) fuekZ.k esaHkkx y sr sgSA
Ans.

Sol.
No of vacant sp3 hybrid orbitals participating in the formation of banana bonds are 2.
cukuk ca/k (banana bonds) d sfuekZ.k esaHkkx y su soky sfjDr sp3 l ad fjr d {kd ksad h l a[ ;k 2 gSaA
28.

Ans.
Sol.

x
then what is the 'x' ?
10 0
x
[Cr(H2O)6]Cl2 d sfy , C.F.S.E d k eku
gSrks'x' d k eku D;k gks
xk \
10 0
6.
C.F.S.E = [ 0.4 nt 2g + 0.6neg] 0 + np
The C.F.S.E value of [Cr(H2O)6]Cl2 is

(COR(I))

## [Cr(H2O)6]Cl2 is t2g1,1,1 eg1,0

= 0.60 =
29.

10 0

Calculate total number of possible isomers (structrural and stereoisomers) of the compound
[Ir(en)2(NH3)(NO2)]2+
(COR(I))

;kSfxd [Ir(en)2(NH3)(NO2)]2+ d sfy , lHkh laHko leko;oh;ksalajpukRed rFkk f=kfoe leko;oh d h la[;k Kkr d jksA
Ans.

Sol

gy -

Optically inactive
1. trans-NH3 / NO2

Optically active
3. Cis-NH3 / NO2 (d + )

2. trans-NH3/ONO

4. Cis-NH3/ONO (d + )

d k'k vlf ;
1. foi{k(trans)-NH3 / NO2

d k'k laf ;
3. lei{k(Cis)-NH3 / NO2 (d + )
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2. foi{k(trans)-NH3/ONO
30.
(i)

4. lei{k (Cis)-NH3/ONO (d + )

(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(v)
(vi)

## How many of the following statements are correct ?

(CBO(I))[M]
Among sp3d, sp3d2 and sp3d3 hybridisation, the maximum number of 90 angles between bond pair-bond
pair of electrons is observed in sp3d2 hybridisation.
Among SF4, CF4 and XeF4, interatomic bond angle of 10928 is observed only in SF4.
Among N2F4, N2F2 and N2, the largest NN bond length is found in N2F4.
Among NF3, NO3, BF3, H3O+ and NH3, [NF3, H3O+] and [BF3, NO3] are isostructural pairs.
Among NH3, PH3, AsH3 and SbH3, SbH3 has smallest bond angle.
Among SbCl3, SbBr3 and SbI3, SbI3 has the largest bond angle.

(i)

sp3d, sp3d2

(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(v)
(vi)
Ans.
Sol.

fuEu d Fkuksaes
alsfd rusd Fku lgh gSa%
Xe&cak ;qXe d se; 90 d scak d ks.kks
vfkd re izsf{kr gks
rh gSA
SF4, CF4 rFkkXeF4 es
alsd soy SF4 esavarj ijek.kqd cak d ks.k 10928 izsf{kr gksrk gSA
N2F4, N2F2 rFkk N2 ea
slsN2F4 esalsN N cak y EckbZ vfkd re ik;h t krh gSA

+
NF3, NO3 , BF3, H3O rFkk NH3 es
als[NF3, H3O+] rFkk [BF3, NO3] lelajpukRed ;q
Xe gSaA
NH3, PH3, AsH3 rFkkSbH3, es
alsSbH3 U;wure cak d ks.k j[krk gSA
SbCl3, SbBr3 rFkkSbI3 es
alsSbI3 vfkd re cak d ks.k j[krk gSA
5
(i) Bond pairbond pair bond angles in sp3d2 are 12.
(i) sp3d2 es
acak ;qXe&cak ;qXe d se; cak d ks.kksad h la[;k12 gSA

## (ii) 10928 bond angle is observed only in CF4 (tetrahedral geometry)

(ii) d s
oy CF4 (prq"Q y d h;

T;kfefr) esaca
k d ks.k 10928 izsf{kr fd ;k t krk gSA

## (iii) N N (1.10) < FN = NF(1.21) <

(iv) BF3 and NO3 ; both trigonal planar

(1.49 0.004)
NF3 and H3O+ ; both trigonal pyramidal.

## (iv) BF3 rFkkNO3 ; nks

uksf=kd ks.kh;

lery h; ;

(v) Order is ( e)

NH3
>
106.6

PH3
93.8

>

>

>

SbCl3
97.1

(vi) Order is ( e)

SbI3
99

SbBr3
98.2

## NF3 rFkkH3O+ ; nks

uksf=kd ks.kh;
AsH3 >
91.83

fijkfeMy
SbH3
91.3

Subjective(Sngle Intger) 15
31.

[ART][O][E]

(I)

## (II) Me3CCHO (III) MeCHO

(IV) PhCHO

(V)

(VI)

Page # 15

(VII)

(VIII)

(IX)

(X)

Ans.
Sol.

3
(III), (VI), (IX)

32.

[SIM][O][T]

## fuEu esalsfd rus;kSfxd T;kferh; leko;ork n'kkZrsgS\

(I) N2H4
(V) (CH3)2N2

(II) H2N2
(VI) (NH2)2N2

(III) HN3
(VII) HN=NN=NH

(IV) CH2N2
(VIII) NH2CH=NNH2

[GEOMETRICAL ISOMERISM]

Ans.
Sol.

(IX) NH2CH=NH
(X) CH2=NNH2
6
(II), (V), (VI), (VII), (VIII), (IX)

33.

How many hydrogen atoms will be exchanged by deuterium atoms when the compound

[ART][O][M]

t c ;kSfxd

## d ks OD/D2O d slkFk y Ecsle; vUrjky d sfy , j[kk t krk gS

] rc fd rusgkbMkst u

## ijek.kqv ksad k M~;wVsfj;e ijek.kqv ks

a}kjk fofue; gksxk \
Ans.

OD / D O

Sol.

34.

[SIM][O][M]

## fuEufy f[kr ;kSfxd d sT;kferh; leko;oksad h la[;k gSa%

(Stereoisomerism)
Ans.

5
Ph

Sol.

CH3

H
Ph

CH 3

35.

H3C
H

H
Ph

Ph

CH3

Ph

H
Ph
H

CH3

H3 C
H

Ph

CH3

H
H
Ph

CH3

Ph

CH3

CH3

H
H

Ph

## How many structural isomers of C3H4Cl2 show geometrical isomerism ? [SIM][O][M]

C3H4Cl2 d sfd rusla
jpukRerd leko;oh T;kferh; leko;ork n'kkZrsgS\

Page # 16

is

Ans.

Sol.

ClCH=CHCH2Cl ,

36.

[GOCE][O][M]

N

N
H

H
Ans.

O
Sol.

N
N
N

37.

## Total number of C2-axis of symmetry in CCl4 moledulce is :

CCl4 v.kqes
afd ruslefefr d sC2-v{k ik;st krsgS\

Ans.

38.

Find the total number of organic products in the final product mixture?

O3
Zn / H2O

NH2OH / excess

[SIM][O][T]

product mixture.

## fuEufy f[kr vfHkf ;k d smRikn feJ.k esad qy fd rusd kcZfud mRikn iz

kIr gksrsgS\
O3
Zn / H2O

NH2OH / vkf/kD;

mRikn feJ.k

Ans.

39.

How many compounds will liberate CO2 gas when reacted with NaHCO3 ?
[ART][O][M]
fuEu esalsfd rus;kSfxd NaHCO3 d slkFk vfHkf ;k d jusij CO2 xSl fu"d kflr d jrsgS\

OH
(I) HCOOH,

(II) CH3COOH,

(III) CH3SO3H,

(IV) HNO3,

(V)

O
OH

OH
CH3

NO2
(VI)

NO2
Ans.

COOH
CH3

CH3

(VII)

CH3

CH3

(VIII)

CH3

5
Page # 17

Sol.

## (I, III, IV, V, VII)

40.

How many bases will liberate ammonia when reacted with NH4Cl ?
[ART][O][M]
fuEufy f[kr esalsfd rus{kkj ;kSfxd NH4Cl d slkFk vfHkf ;k d jd sveksfu;k nsrsgS\
NH2
(I)

(II)

(III)

NH

(V) CH3CNH2 ,

(IV) (C2H5)2NH ,

H
O

CH2

(VI) CH3CNH2

(VII) CH3CNH2 ,

(VIII) NaOH,

Ans.
Sol.

3.
(IV, V, VIII)

41.

(IX) H2O,

(X) HC CNa

(V) CFClBrI,
F

(VI) C2FClBrI,
F

## fuEu esaslsfd rus;kSfxd lefefr d k ry j[krsgS\

(I) CH4,

(II) CH3Cl,

(VII)

, (VIII)

(III) CH2BrCl,
O

, (IX)

(IV) CHBrClF,

(X)

Br

Cl

Sol.

Ans. 8
(I, II, III, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X)

42.

(XI)

Br

Cl

[SIM][O][M]

## uhpsfn;sx;s;kSfxsd esad qy fd rusfd jSy d kcZu ijek.kqmifLFkr gksrsgS\

Ans.

43.

How many of the following compounds show positive test with Br2/H2O as well as 2, 4.D.N.P. ?

[ART][O][E]

fuEu esalsfd rus;kSfxd Br2/H2O rFkk 2, 4.D.N.P. d slkFk /kukRed ijh{k.k nsrsgS\
O

O
(I)

(II)

(III)

(IV)

,
OC2H5

O
O
(V)

(VI)

(VII)

O
Ans.
Sol.

4
(III, IV, VI, VII)

44.

Maximum number of -electrons taking part in conjugation at any one instant of time in
Page # 18

CH=C=C=C=CH2
Ans.
45.

CH=C=C=C=CH2
6

[GOCE][O][T]

## How many moles of propyne CH3CCH will be evolved when excess of

is treated with 1
mole of following compound :
[ART][O][T]
tc
d svkf/kD; d h vfHkf ;k uhpsfn;sx;s;kSfxd d s1 eksy d slkFk d jkrsgS] rksfd ruseksy izksikbZu
CH3CCH iz
kIr gksrh gS\
OH
COOH
OH

NH2

SO3H

C
H

Ans.

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MATHEMATICS

TEST PATTERN

## TEST DATE : 12-10-2014 ELPD

SYLLABUS :

Quadratic Equation, Straight Line, Circle, Mathematical Reasoning, Set & Relation,
Matrices & Determinant, Function and Inverse Trigonometric Function, Limits, Continuity &
Derivability

## NEW PATTERN (PATTERN CHANGED)

PT-2
S.No.

Subject

Nature of Questions

## No. of Questions Marks Negative

Maths/ MCQ
Physics/
16 to 45 Chemistry Subjective (Single digit)
1 to 15

Total

1.

Sol.

15

60

30

90

45

2 tan1 ( 3) is equal to
2 tan1 ( 3) cjkcj

Total

Total

150

[IT-CF]

gS&

(A*) cos1 4 / 5

(B*) cos1 4 / 5

(C*) / 2 tan1 4 / 3

(D) cot 1 4 / 3

2
4

i.e.

cos( 2 ) cos 2

< 2 <
1 tan2
1 tan2

1 9
4

1 9
5

4
2 cos1
5
4
4
4

## 2 tan1( 3) cos1 = cos1 = + cos1

5
5
5

Further iq
u% < 2 <

0 < 2 + <
2
2
2 tan
3

tan (2 + ) = tan2 =
=
4
1 tan2
3

tan1
= 2 +
4
4
4

2 + = cot1
=
tan1
3 2
3

2 = tan1
=
+ tan1
2
2
3
3

[Type text]

Page 1

2.

Sol.

3.

## The range of f(x) = cos3 x 6 cos2 x + 11 cos x 6 includes

f(x) = cos3 x 6 cos2 x + 11 cos x 6 d sifjlj es
a'kkfey gS&
(A*) 24
(B) 24
(C*) 0
Put cos x = t, j[kusij
y = t3 6t2 + 11t 6,
1 t 1
f(1) = 24 and f(1) = 0

[FN-RG]
(D) 2

[FN-RG]

## fuEu esalsd kSulk o d k vkjs

[k Q y u d ksO;Dr ughad j ld rk gS&
2

(A) y = 2x + 3

4.

(B*) y = 4x 5
4

(C*) x y = 2014

(D*) x + y = 2014

## If the equations x + ax = 1 and x + ax + 1 = 0 have a common root, then

(A) common roots is 2

[QE-CR]

(D*) a = 0

(A) mHk;fu"B
4

ewy 2 gSA
5

(B*) mHk;fu"B

## ewy 1 gSA (C) a = 2

Sol.

+ a = 1 ; + a + 1 = 0 = 1 and vkS
ja = 0

5.

Let f(x) = x +

x 2 2x and g(x) =

x 2 2x x, then

x

lim g(x) =

6.

x 2 2x x

x 2 2x x

lim

[LT-IL]

## ekukfd f(x) = x + x 2x rFkk g(x) =

Sol.

(D*) a = 0

x 2x x gS
] rks
(C*) lim f(x) = 1

## (D) lim g(x) = 1

= 1

x 2x x

x 2 2x x

x 2 2x x

x 2x x

= lim

2x
2
x 1 x
x

1 g(x) , 0 g(x) 1

## Let fog(x) = g(x) 1 , 1 g(x) 3 and graph of g(x) is as shown.

5 g(x) , 3 g(x) 4

ekuk

1 g(x) , 0 g(x) 1

## fog(x) = g(x) 1 , 1 g(x) 3

5 g(x) , 3 g(x) 4

lim

2
2
1 1
x

= 1

[FN-CF]

## The graph of f(g(x)) is

[k gS&
f(g(x)) d k vkjs

[Type text]

Page 2

Sol.

(A)

(B*)

(C)

(D)

2 x 1 x 2
g(x) =
6 x 2 x 3
graph of g(x) is

g(x)

d k vkjs[k

1 g(x) , 0 g(x) 1

## fog(x) = g(x) 1 , 1 g(x) 3

5 g(x) , 3 g(x) 4

## 1 g(x) , for no value

= g(x) 1
, 1 x 1
5 g(x)
, 1 x 3

2 x 1 , 1 x 1

= 5 (2 x) , 1 x 2
5 (6 x) , 2 x 3

x 1 , 1 x 1

= 3 x , 1 x 2
x 1 , 2 x 3

7.

## the graph of f(g(x)) is as shown in option (B)

f(g(x)) d k vkjs
[k fod Yi B esan'kkZ;k x;k gSA

If f(x) = 4x + 12x + 10, then which of the function is always well defined is/are

[IT-DG]

;fn f(x) = 4x2 + 12x + 10, rc fuEu esalsd kSulk Q y u lnSo ifjHkkf"kr gS&
1

Sol.

## (D) sin (1 f(x))

f(x) = (2x + 3) + 1
f(x) 1

j 1 f(x) 0

8.

## (B*) tan (f(x))

C vkS
jD

ifjHkkf"kr ughagSA
2

[Type text]

[QE-RC]

Page 3

2

(A*) f() [2, 7]
Sol.

## (C*) f(), 5 gksld rk gS

A (D*) f(), 7 gksld rk gSA

## (B*) f() [2, 11]

f() = ( + ) 2 = 2( + 5) = 2 2 + 10
2

f() = 11 ( + 1) & D 0

10
2
3

2 f() 11

9.

[FN-DN]

(A*) 1
Sol.

(B) 1/2

(C*) 3/2

(D) 1/2

## x + 2x > 0; x + 2 > 0 x > 0

2

log

(0.3)2

(x + 2x) log(0.3)(x + 2)

1/2

(x + 2x) (x + 2)
(x)(x + 2 1) 0
(x)(x + 1) 0
x [1, )

10.

2
2

## The period of the function f(x) = sin

x 3 {x} , where {.} represents fractional part function is
3

Q y u f(x) = sin x {x} , t gk{.} fHkUukRed Hkkx Q y u d ksO;Dr d jrk gS] d k vkorZd ky gS& [FN-PD]
3

3
(A*) 3
Sol.

(B) 5
2

2
2
4 2

sin
x

{x}
=
sin
x

{x} .

3
3
9

(C*) 6

(D) 7

4 2

4 2

2
2
= sin
x cos
{x} cos
x sin
{x}

3
3
9

## Now clearly the period will be equal to 3.

Li"Vr% vkorZ3 gSA

11.

## Which of the following is INCORRECT?

2x

[IT-CF]
2

1 x
(B*) cos1
= 2tan1x if x < 0
1 x 2
x 1

2x
(C) cos1 (2x2 1) = 2 2cos1x if 1 x 0 (D*) tan1
= + 2tan1x if x < 1
1 x 2
fuEu esalsd kSulk vlR; gS?

(A*) sin1

(A) sin1

2x
2

x 1

= 2 tan1x if |x| 1

## (C) cos1 (2x2 1) = 2 2cos1x

[Type text]

1 x 2
(B) cos1
= 2tan1x ;fn x < 0
1 x 2

2x
1 x 0 (D) tan1
= + 2tan1x ;fn x < 1
1 x 2

;fn

Page 4

Sol.

ifj.kke gSA

12.

## Which can be a point on the curve sin x + sin y =

o sin1x + sin1y =
1 3
(A*) ,
2 2

[IT-AS]

ij d kS
ulk fcUnqgksld rk gS&
3 1
(B*)
,
2 2

1 3
(C) ,
2 2

1
2
2
sin y x + y = 1 i.e. quadrant of circle
2

(D) (1, 0)

o`k d k prqFkk'k

Sol.

sin x =

13.

Vertices of a variable triangle are (3, 4), (5 cos, 5 sin) & (5 sin, 5 cos) where R

[SL-TR]

## (A*) Locus of orthocenter of is a circle

(B*) Circumcentre of triangle is fixed
(C*) Locus of centroid of is a circle
(D) Locus of circumcentre of triangle is a circle of radius 1 unit.

Sol.

(A*) f=kHkq
t

## d syEcd sUnzd k fcUnqiFk ,d o`k gSA (B*) f=kHkq

t d k ifjd sUnz,d vpj fuf'pr fcUnqgSA

(C*) f=kHkq
t

## d sd sUnzd d k fcUnqiFk ,d o`k gSA (D) f=kHkq

t d sifjd s
Unzd k fcUnq
iFk] bd kbZf=kT;k d k ,d o`
k gS
A

Given points are equidistant from origin and centroid divides the line of join of circumcenter and
orthocenter in the ratio 1 : 2

## fn, x, fcUnq] ewy fcUnqlscjkcj nwjh ij gSrFkk ifjd sUnzvkS

j y Ecd sUnzd ksfey kusoky h js
[kk d sUnzd d ks1 : 2 esa
foHkkft r d jrh gSA
sin [2x 3]
, where [.] denotes the greatest integer function, then
1 [2x 3]
(A) f(x) is continuous and differentiable in R
(B) f(x) is continuous but not differentiable in R
(C*) f(x) is continuous function at ever y point of its domain
(D*) f(x) is non differentiable at some points.
sin [2x 3]
;fn f(x) =
gks] t gk[.] egke iw.kkd Q y u d ksiznf'kZr d jrk gS] rks
1 [2x 3]

14.

If f(x) =

Sol.

(A) vUrjky R es
af(x) lrr~vkS
j vod y uh; gSA
(B) vUrjky R es
af(x) lrr~gSy sfd u vod y uh; ughagSA
(C*) f(x) viusiz
kUr d sizR;sd fcUnqij lrr~Q y u gSA
(D) f(x) d q
N fcUnqv ksaij vod y uh; ughagSA
The numerator is 0 for all x R.

[CD-CP]

3 1
3
x <
2
2
f(x) is continuous function at ever y point of its domain
Hindi lHkh x R d sfy , va
'k d k eku 0 gSA
3 1
3
gj d k eku 'kwU; gksxk ;fn 1 2x 3 < 0
vFkkZr~
x <
2
2

## izkUr d sizR;sd fcUnqij f(x) lrr~Q y u gSA

The denominator vanishes if 1 2x 3 < 0

[Type text]

i.e

Page 5

15.

## Consider the circles

x2 + y2 + 4x 4y + 4 = 0
and
x2 + y2 4x 4y + 4 = 0
which of the following statement is INCORRECT ?
(A*) Equation of one of the transverse common tangent is y = 4.

[CR-CT]

## (B*) Equation of one of the direct common tangent is x = 0.

(C) Equaiton of one of the external common tangent is y = 0
(D*) Equation of one of the internal common tangent is x = 4.
ekukfd o`k x2 + y2 + 4x 4y + 4 = 0 vkSj x2 + y2 4x 4y + 4 = 0. fn;sx;sgS] rks
fuEu esalsd kSulk d Fku v l R; gS?
(A) bud h ,d vuq
izLFk mHk;fu"B Li'kZjs[kk d k lehd j.k y = 4 gSA
(B)

(C) bud h ,d

Sol.

## Integer (Single digit)

16.

A circle passes through the points (1, 1), (0, 6) and (5, 5). If the points on this circle the tangents at which
are parallel to the straight line joining the origin to its centre, are (a, b) and (c, d) where a > c then
abcd=
[CR-LC]
,d o`k fcUnqv ksa(1, 1), (0, 6) vkS
j (5, 5) lsxqt jrk gS
A bl o`k ij fLFkr fcUnqv ksa(a, b) vkSj (c, d) ij [khap h xbZ
Li'kZ js[kk,a] ewy fcUnq d ks bld s d sUnz ls feykus oky h ljy js[kkvksa d s lekUrj gS] t gk a > c rc
abcd=

Ans. 0
Sol.
Points are A(1, 1) B(0, 6) C(5,5)
Slope of AB = 5
2
Slope of AC =
3
1
Slope of BC =
5

## angle B is 90 AC is the diameter

Equation of circle is
(x + 1)(x 5) + (y 1)(y 5) = 0
x2 + y2 4x 6y = 0
3
slope of OD = , where D is centre
2
If is the inclination of EF
[Type text]

Page 6

tan =

2
3
2

sin =

Hindi

and cos =

13

3
13

3
2
coordinates of E and F are 2 13

, 3 13

13
13

## i.e. (1, 5) and (5, 1)

(a,b) & (c, d) are respectively
(5, 1) and (1, 5)
abcd=0
fcUnqA(1, 1) B(0, 6) C(5,5)
AB d h iz
o.krk = 5
2
AC d h iz
o.krk =
3
1
BC d h iz
o.krk =
5

d ks
.k B, 90 gS AC O;kl gSA
o`
k d k lehd j.k
(x + 1)(x 5) + (y 1)(y 5) = 0
x2 + y2 4x 6y = 0
3
OD d h iz
o.krk =
2
;fn EF d k >qd ko gks
2
tan =
3
2
3
sin =
vkSj cos =
13
13

3
E rFkk F d sfuns
13

j (5, 1)
(a,b) vkS
j (c, d)
(5, 1) vkS
j (1, 5)
abcd=0

17.

, 3 13
13

2

x

[FN-CT]
5

## (ii) f(x) = sin x cos x

2

(iii) f(x) = e + e

(iv) f(x) = x + 3x

2

[Type text]

## (ii) f(x) = sin x cos x

Page 7

(iii) f(x) = e + e

(iv) f(x) = x + 3x

Ans. 1
Sol.

18.

1

[FN-EO]

x
x
+
+ 2014
2x 1 2

(ii) f(x) =

2 tan2 x
(iii) f(x) = log

2
2 tan x

1

x
x
+
+ 2014
2 1 2

(ii) f(x) =

2 tan2 x
(iii) f(x) = log

2
2 tan x

Ans. 3
Sol.

19.

of 9.

## 5 x is well defined is . Find the value

[FN-DN]

;fn x d s,sl siw.kkd ekuksad k ;ksxQ y gSft ud sfy , Q y u f(x) = logx2 (x + 1) + 5 x ifjHkkf"kr gSA
rc 9 d k eku Kkr d hft ,A
Ans. 5
Sol.

## x 5 & x + 1 > 0 x > 1; x 1 x 1, x 0

x (1, 0) (0, 1) (1, 5]
integral values are 2, 3, 4, 5

20.

## iw.kkd eku 2, 3, 4, 5 gSA

Find the number of integral values of x in the domain of f(x) = sin1 [2 4x2] (where [.] is greatest integer
function}.
f(x) = sin1 [2 4x2] d siz
kUr esax d siw.kkd ekuksad h la[;k Kkr d hft , (t gk[.] egke iw.kkd Q y u d ksO;Dr d jrk
gS}
[IT-DG]

Ans. 0
Sol.
f(x) = sin1 [2 4x2]
1 [2 4x2] 1
1 2 4x2 < 2
0 < 4x2 3
0 < x2

[Type text]

Page 8

3
3
x
,
{0}
2
2
Number of integral values of x are 0.
x d siw
.kkd ekuksad h la[;k 0 gSA

21.

Number of solutions of the equation sgn(x [x]) = |sin x| in the interval [100, 100] (where [.] denotes
greatest integer function & sgn(x) denotes the signum function) is p. Find the value of p 395.

vUrjky [100, 100] esalehd j.k sgn(x [x]) = |sin x| d sgy ksad h la[;k p gS(t gk[.] egke iw.kk
d Q y u vkSj
sgn(x) flXue

## Q y u d ksO;Dr d jrk gS) rc p 395 d k eku gS&

[FN-FR]

Ans. 6
y
1

Sol.
2 3/2 1 1/2 O

1/2 1

3/2

sgn{x} = |sin x|
from graph solution are 0,

vkjs[k lsgy 0,
22.

1
3
, 1, , 2
2
2

1
3
, 1, , 2
2
2
1

Find the number of integers in the range of the function f(x) = [cot (2x x )] (where [.] denotes greatest
integer function)

[IT-DG]
2

Q y u f(x) = [cot (2x x )] d sifjlj esaiw.kkd ksad h la[;k Kkr d hft , (t gk[.] egke iw
.kkd Q y u gS)
1

Ans. 4
Sol.

2x x 1

1
2
cot (2x x ) <
4
1

[Type text]

Page 9

23.

y

[IT-AS]

## ;fn cos x + cos y + cos z = 0, rc x + y + z d k eku Kkr d hft ,A

1

Ans. 3
Sol.

x=y=z=1

24.

Find the number of solutions of the equation sin x cos x = 1 + cos x sin x in the interval [0, 2]

vUrjky [0, 2] esalehd j.k sin4 x cos4 x = 1 + cos6x sin4x d sgy ksad h la[;k Kkr d hft ,A

[FN-RG]

Ans. 0

1
& RHS 1
16

Sol.

LHS

25.

## Let f(x) = 2tan (2014 )

x + x
+ 7 then find the value of (f(2) + f(2) 7).
2
2
2

## ekuk f(x) = 2tan1(2014x)

x + x
+ 7 rc (f(2) + f(2) 7) d k eku
2
2
2

[FN-IN]

Kkr d hft ,A

Ans. 7
Sol.
f(x) + f(x) = 14
f(2) + f(2) = 14

26.

x 1 , x 0
x 1 , x 0
Let f(x) =
and g(x) =
, then find the number of points at which the
2
(x 1) , x 0
| x 1| , x 0

## function g(f(x)) is discontinuous.

x 1 , x 0
| x 1| , x 0

ekuk f(x) =

[CD-CP]

x 1 , x 0
vkSj g(x) =
, rc ,s
l sfcUnqv ksa d h la[;k t gk ij Q y u g(f(x))
2
(x 1)

, x0

vlrr~gS&
Ans. 1
Sol.

g(f(x)) is discontinuous at x = 0
g(f(x)), x = 0 ij
27.

vlrr~gSA
2

If the curve y = 3x 5x + 7 lies below the curve y = 2x + 3x 5, x R, then find the number of integral
values of x.

[FN-RG]
2

## ;fn o y = 3x 5x + 7, lHkh x R d sfy , o y = 2x + 3x 5 d suhpsfLFkr gS] rc x d siw.kkd ekuksad h la[;k

Kkr d hft ,A
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Ans. 3
Sol.

3x 5x + 7 > 2x + 3x 5
2

x 8x + 12 > 0
(x 2)(x 6) > 0
28.

## Find the number of solutions of sin(cos x) = 1 in the interval x [0, 4].

[FN-RG]

vUrjky x [0, 4] esalehd j.k sin(cos x) = 1 d sgy ksad h la[;k Kkr d hft ,A
Ans. 0
Sol.

29.

1 cos x 1

3
3
3

If the sum of infinite terms of the series cot1 12 + cot1 22 + cot1 32 +......is tan1(k)
4
4
4

then k is
[IT-AS]
3
3
3
Js<h cot1 12 + cot1 22 + cot1 + 32 ......d svuUr inksd k ;ksx tan1(k) gks] rksk d k eku gS&
4
4
4

Ans. 2
Sol.

4n2 3
3

Tn = cot1 n2 = cot1

4
4

1
4

1
Tn = tan1 2

= tan
4n 3
n2 3
4

1
1
n n
2
2

= tan1 n 1 tan1 n 1
Tn = tan1

1
1
2
2

2
2

3
1
5
3
Sn = tan1 tan1 + tan1 tan1 +.......
2
2
2
2
1
1

## +.......+ tan1 n tan1 n

2
2

1
1
1
S = tan1() tan1 ; S =
tan1 = cot1 ; S = tan1(2)
2
2
2

2
30.

Let f(x) =

5 A cos x Bx sin x
x

, (x 0) is continuous at x = 0. If f(0) =

k
, then find the value
24

of k.

ekuk f(x) =

5 A cos x Bx sin x
x

, (x 0), x = 0

## ij l rr~ gSA ;fn f(0) =

d hft ,A

k
gks] rks k
24
[CD-CP]

d k eku K kr

Ans. 5
Sol.

lim
x 0

5 A cos x Bx sin x
x4

x2 x4
x3 x5
5 A 1

...... Bx x

......

2! 4!
3! 5!

= lim
x 0
x4

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A B
(5 A) x 2 B x 4

.......
2
24 6

= lim
x 0
x4
5 A = 0 A = 5
A
5
and v kS
j
B = 0 B =
2
2
A
B
5
5
5
f(0) =
+
=
+
=
24
24
12 24
6
k
5

=
24
24
k = 5
31.

ax b
, x 1
If the function f(x) defined as f(x) = 3
is differentiable for all x, then the
, x 1
ax x 2b
value of 2(a + b) is
[CD-DI]
ax b
, x 1
;fn Q y u bl iz
d kj gSfd f(x) = 3
, lHkh x R d sfy , vod y uh; gS
] rc
, x 1
ax x 2b

2(a + b)

d k eku gS&

Ans. 1
Sol.

32.

f(1 h) f(1)
h 0
h
3
a(1 h) 1 h 2b (a b)
= lim
h 0
h
3
2
a(h 1 3h 3h) 1 h 2b a b
= lim
h 0
h
ah3 h2 (3a) h(3a 1) (b 1)
= lim
h 0
h
Limit will exist if lhek fo|eku gks
xh ;fn b 1 = 0 b = 1
f (1 + ) = 3a + 1
f(1 h) f(1)
f (1 ) = lim
h 0
h
a(1 h) b (a b)
= lim
h 0
h
a ah b a b
= lim
= a
h 0
h
Since f is differentiable at x = 1 pa
wfd x = 1 ij f vod y uh;
3a + 1 = a
2a = 1
1
a =
2
1
2(a + b) = 2 1 = 1
2

f (1 + ) = lim

gSA

3
, then find the number of points, where f(x) is non 2 2

## If f(x) = max{tanx ,sin x. cosx} where x

differentiable

[CD-DP]

3
;fn f(x) = max{tanx ,sin x. cosx} t gk x , rks mu fcUnqv ksa d h la[;k Kkr d hft , ft u ij f(x)
2 2
vod y uh; ughagSA
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Ans. 3

Sol.

33.

4
sin1(a8 + 1) + 2cos1(a12 + 1) sec1(a2 + 1), a R and 6x 8y = 7 are tangents

40
to a circle, find the length of arc of this circle which makes an angle of
at its centre. [IT-MS]
3
4
ljy js[kk,a3x 4y = sin1(a8 + 1) + 2cos1(a12 + 1) sec1(a2 + 1), a R rFkk 6x 8y = 7 o`k d h Li'kZjs[kk,a

40
gSbl o`k d h pki d h y EckbZKkr d hft , t ksbld sd sUnzij
d k d ks.k cukrh gSA
3
Straight lines 3x 4y =

Ans. 2
Sol.
Equation of first straight line is possible when a = 0
izFke ljy js[kk d k lehd j.k laHko gksxk t c a = 0
4

3x 4y =

+200=2
2

3x 4y = 2 .......(i)
6x 8y = 7
7
3x 4y =
.......(ii)
2
7
2
3
d= 2
=
5
10

3
20
= r
3
=

20
3
40
=

=2
20
3
r=

34.

A circle S1 passes through the point P(4, 3) and touches the circle S2 x2 + y2 10 = 0 at the point Q(3, 1)
a
on it. If (a, b) is the centre of director circle of S1, then find the value of
in simplest form. [CR-FC]
b
,d o`k S1 fcUnqP(4, 3) lsxqt jrk gSrFkk o`k S2 x2 + y2 10 = 0 d ksfcUnqQ(3, 1) ij Li'kZd jrk gSA ;fn
a
S1 d sfu;ked o`
k d k d sUnz(a, b) gS] rks d k eku ljy re~: i esaKkr d hft ,A
b

Ans. 3
Sol.
Equation of tangent at Q on S2 , is 3x + y 10 = 0
S2 d sfcUnqQ ij

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## o`k S1 d k lehd j.k (x 3)2 + (y 1)2 + (3x + y 10) = 0

It passes through P(4, 3)
;g fcUnqP(4, 3) lsxqt jrk gSA
1 + 16 + (12 3 10) = 0 = 17
S1 becomes x2 + y2 + 45x + 15y 160 = 0
S1 d k lehd j.k x2 + y2 + 45x + 15y 160 = 0
45 15
centre of S1 and its director circle will be same i.e.
,
2
2

S1 d k d s
UnzrFkk bld sfu;ked

35.

45 15
o`k d k d sUnzleku gksrk gSvr%
,
2
2

=3
b
A variable line x + my = 1 (, m are parameters) intersect a circle x2 + y2 4x + 3 = 0 at the points P and
Q. The chord PQ subtends a right angle at the origin. If the locus of foot of perpendicular drawn from origin
on the given variable line is x2 + y2 4x + 3 = 0, then find the value of .
[CR-MS]
2
2
,d pj js[kk x + my = 1 (, m izkpy gS) o`k x + y 4x + 3 = 0 d ksnksfcUnqP vkSj Q ij iz
frPNsn d jrh gSA
t hok PQ ewy fcUnq ij led ks.k vUrfjr d jrh gSA ;fn ewy fcUnq ls nh xbZ pj js
[kk ij y Ecikn d k fcUnqiFk
x2 + y2 4x + 3 = 0 gS
] rc d k eku Kkr d hft ,A

Ans. 2

Sol.
Homogenising circle with the variable line

## o`k d kspj js[kk d h lgk;rk lsle?kkr cukusij

x2 + y2 4x (x + my)+ 3 (x + my)2 = 0
Since OP and OQ are at right angle
pawfd OP vkSj OQ led ks.k ij gSA
i.e. coefficient of x2 + coefficient of y2 = 0
(1 4+ 32 ) + (1 + 3m2 ) = 0
or 32 + 3m2 4 + 2 = 0 .........(1)
Let foot of perpendicular is (h, k)
ekuk y Ecikn d sfunsZ'kkad (h, k) gSA
h+ mk = 1 ..........(2)
m
Equation of OM is y =
x

m
OM d k lehd j.k y =
x

mh = k .........(3)
From (2)& (3) we get (2) o (3) ls =
m=
2 + m2 =

h
2

h k2

k
2

h k2

.......(4)

....(5)

........(6)
h k2
Using (4) and (6), equation (1) becomes
j (6) lslehd j.k (1) ls
(4) vkS
3
4h
2
+2=0
2
2
h k
h k2
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2h2 + 2k2 4h + 3 = 0
or required locus is 2x2 + 2y2 4x + 3 = 0
;k vHkh"V fcUnqiFk 2x2 + 2y2 4x + 3 = 0
= 2

36.

x 1 cos x x , x 0

If function f(x) =
is continuous at x = 0 then find the value of 2(+ 1). [CD-CP]
x

, x0
e

x 1 cos x x , x 0

f(x) =
, x = 0 ij
x

, x0
e

;fn Q y u

## lrr~gS] rc 2(+ 1) d k eku Kkr d hft ,A

Ans. 1
1

Sol.

x 1 cos x x
e = lim

x 0
x

1 x1 cos x
lim .
1
x

e
x 0 x

lim

= e x 0

1
x2

37.

(1)

1cos x

1
2

= e1/2

2(+ 1) = 1

The slopes of three sides of a triangle ABC are 1, 2, 3 respectively. If the orthocentre of triangle ABC is
a
origin and locus of its centroid is y = x , where a, b are relative prime, then b a is equal to [SL-TR]
b
f=kHkqt ABC d h rhu Hkqt kv ksa d h izo.krk, e'k% 1, 2, 3 gSA ;fn f=kHkqt ABC d k y Ecd sUnz] ewy
a
fcUnqgSv kSj bl d sd sUnzd d k fcUnqiFk y = x gS] t gka, b l gv HkkT; l a[ ;k gS] rksb a cjkcj gS&
b

Ans. 5

Sol.

1
3
1
Slope of BE d h iz
o.krk =
2
Slope of CF d h iz
o.krk = 1
Now the three point A,B,C be taken as
v c rhu fcUnqA,B,C fy ;st krsgS
Slope of AD d h iz
o.krk =

A , , B , , C (, )
3
2

## Now let the centriod be (h, k)

ekuk d sUnzd (h, k) gSA

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2 3 6
k=
3
18
Now slope of AB d h iz
o.krk = 1

3 2 =1

8
=
..........(1)

9
Slope of AC d h iz
o.krk = 2

3 =2

9 = 7

9
=
..........(2)
7

h=

## From (1) and v kS

j (2) l s
:=8:9
:=9:7
::=8:9:7
::=9:8:7
h = 8l
84
k=
l
18
k
a
7
=
=
h
12
b
ba=5
38.

If x 1,
and cos1(4x3 3x) + 3 sin1 x is equal to , then find the value of 2 + . [IT-AS]
2

;fn x 1,

1
2

## v kSj cos1(4x3 3x) + 3 sin1 x = gS] rc 2 + d k eku K kr d hft ,A

Ans. 0
Sol.
= cos1 x
1 < x < 1/2
> cos1 x >

2
3

2
< <
3
2 < 3 < 3
cos1(4x3 3x) = 2 + 3 cos1 x
cos1(4x3 3x) + 3 sin1 x
= 2 + 3 cos1 x + 3 sin1 x
3

= 2 +
=
2
2
39.

1 4
4
3
2
Let A =
and A 4A 5A + 2I = I ('' is the unit matrix of order 2), then find . [MT-MS]
2 3
1 4
ekuk A =
j A4 4A3 5A2 + 2I = I gS('' ] 2 e d k bd kbZv kO;wg gS), rksK kr d hft ,A
v kS
2
3

Ans. 2
Sol.
Characteristic equation of A is
2 4 5 = 0
[Type text]

A d k v fHky k{kf.kd

l ehd j.k
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40.

## A2 4A 5 = 0 (By Hamilton Theoremgs

feYVu
E = A4 4A3 5A2 + 2I
= A2 (A2 4A 5I) + 2I
= 0 + 2I = 2I
=2

ize s; l s)

## For a non-singular matrix A of order n. Consider the following options :

[MT-AI]
1
(2) |kA1| = k.
, where 'k' is a scalar quantity.
A
Find the number of options which is/are CORRECT ?
n e d sfd l h O;q
R e.kh; v kO;wg d sfy , fuEufy f[kr fod Yi fn;sx;sgS&
1
(2) |kA1| = k.
, t gkk v fn'k jkf'k gS
A
A

## l gh fod Yiksad h l a[ ;k K kr d hft ,A

Ans. 3
Sol.
Standard Results ekud

41.

ifj.kke

Let the equation x + x + x + 2 = 0 has roots x1,x2, x3, x4 & x5 then find the value of
( x12 1)( x 22 1)( x32 1)( x 24 1)( x52 1).

[QE-MS]

## ekukfd l ehd j.k x5 + x3 + x2 + 2 = 0 d sewy x1,x2, x3, x4 v kSj x5 gS] rc

( x12 1)( x 22 1)( x32 1)( x 24 1)( x52 1) d k eku

K kr d hft ,A

Ans. 5
Sol.

## (x x1)(x x2)(x x3)(x x4)(x x5) = x + x + x + 2

put x = 1 & x = 1 & multiply
x = 1 v kS
j x = 1 j[kd j

42.

xq.kk d jusij

6 2
6 2
The value of cos cos 1
cos 1

is , then 2 is equal to

4
4

6 2
6 2
cos cos 1
cos 1

4
4

[IT-AS]

## d k eku gS] rks2 cjkcj gS&

Ans. 1

6 2

=
12
4
6 2
5
cos
=
12
4
1
5

cos
= cos 3 = 2
12
12

Sol.

cos

43.

lim

x 0

[Type text]

64 x 32x 16 x 4 x 2x 1

= (n2) . Find + .
sin3 x

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lim

x 0

64 x 32x 16 x 4 x 2x 1

= (n2)
3
sin x

## gS] rks + d k eku Kkr d hft ,A

Ans.

Sol.

2x 1
64 x 32x 16 x 4 x 2x 1
x3
lim
.
.

x 0
x3
sin3 x 2x 1

= lim (ln2)

x 0

64 x 32x 16 x 4 x 2x 1
(2x 1)3

= 6(ln2)

44.

If lim

;fn xlim

B
. where C > 0.
C

## Ax 2 Bx Cx = 4, then find the value of

Ax 2 Bx Cx = 4, rc

B
C

[LT-FC]

Ans. 8
Sol.

(A C2 )x 2 Bx
2

=4AC =0&

A C

Ax Bx Cx

45.

=4

2
sin 2010 sin sin
5
5
3

## If the value of the determinant

sin
cos 2009
5
2
3

tan
cot 2011
10
2

;fn lkjf.kd

2
sin 2010 sin sin
5
5
3

sin
cos 2009
5
2
3

tan
cot 2011
10
2

667
4

cos 2013
is . Find the value of 16 + 9.
6
4
sin
5
tan

667
4

cos 2013
= gS
] rks16 + 9 d k eku
6
4
sin
5
tan

Ans. 4
0

Sol.

3
5
3
tan
10

2
sin sin
5
5
0

tan

667
4
0

sin

4
5

2
3
4
sin
sin
sin
5
5
5
5

2
2

= sin sin
sin
sin 5
5
5
5

= sin

2
1

2
= sin
sin2
= 2 sin sin
4
5
5
5
5

2
1

3
1 5 1
5 1
1
5 5
=

=
cos cos =

4
5
5
4 4
4
4 16
4

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5
16
16+ 5 = 0
16+ 9 = 4
=

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