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Part 1

Straight Objective Type

This section contains 10 multiple choice questions numbered 1 to 10. Each ques

question

tion has 4 choices A, B,

C, D out of which only ONE is correct.

1. A toy is moving on a closed track whose curved portions are semicircles of radius 1 m. The

adjacent graph describes the variation of sped of the car with distance moved by it(starting from

point P). The time t required for the car to complete on lap is equ

equal

al to 6k second. Find k (take

ln2 2)

(A) 4

(B) 8

(C) 12

(D) 16

2. A particle P is to be projected from a fixed point A on the

ground with a fixed speed u. Another particle Q is also to

be projected from a point B which is directly above the

point A. The trajectory

rajectory of the particle Q touched all

possible trajectories (for different angle of projection) of

the particle P in the vertical xx-y plane. The equation of

trajectory of the particle Q is (take the point A as origin,

horizontal axis x-axis

axis and vertical axis y-axis. Consider the

figure)

(A) Y=

(B) Y=

(C) Y=

(D) Y=

distance r from its centre. The disc starts rotating about a fixed

vertical axis through its centre with a constant angular acceleration

. Determine the number of revolution N, accomplished by the disc

before the coin starts slipping on the disc. The coefficient of static

friction between the coin and the disc is .

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

acted upon by a force F in the horizontal direction as shown in

figure. The net horizontal force acting on the shaded portion of

the wedge is

(A) F

(B) F/3

(C) F/6

(D) Zero

floor point A. If x=3R, determine the required speed u

so that the ball returns to A after rolling on the circular

surface in the vertical plane from B to C and becoming

a projectile at C.(neglect friction and radius of ball)

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

6. In the figure shown when the massless spring is in relaxed state its free end is at point B. A very small

block is pressed against the spring by a distance and then released from rest. Except the portion BC

where coefficient of kinetic

netic friction is " , track is smooth everywhere. Determine the spring

compression so that the block enters a small hole at E. Consider all values shown in the figure.

(A)

(B)

!

#"

"

$ 5&

!

#"

"

(C)

(D)

!

#"

"

$ 5&

$ 5&

!

#"

"

$ 5&

horizontal rough surface, and its centre O has an

horizontal acceleration '( in forward direction. A point

P on the wheel is a distance r from O and angular

position for which point P has no acceleratio

acceleration in this

position.

,

(A) cos ,

(B) tan ,

(C) sin -

(D) cos -

8. The two identical rectangular steel frames with the dimensions shown are fabricated from a bar of

the same material and are hinged. Rectangular at the mid points A and B of their sides (3m

(

X 1m). If the

frame is resting in the position shown on a horizontal surface with negligible friction, determine the

velocity v with which each of the upper ends of the frame hits the horizontal surface if the cord D is cut.

:

:

(take the value of dimensions shown in the figure c=1 m, b=3/2 m and =74( i.e., sin= and cos = &

g=10m/2 )

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

m/s

8 m/s

3 m/s

4 m/s

the identical boat B of same, mass M through a massless inextensible

string as shown in the figure. The car accelerates from rest to velocity

3( with respect to boat A in time 4( sec. At time t=4( the car applies

brake and comes to rest relative to boat in negligible time. Neglect

friction between boat and water find the velocity of boat A just after

applying brake.

(A)

(B)

(C)

5 67

#5  &

5 67

#5  &

5 67

#5  &

(D) Zero

10. In the figure shown a river of width 4km is flowing with the

speed of 5 km/h. A swimmer, whose swimming speed relative to

the water is 4km/h, starts swimming from point A on a bank. On the

other bank B is a point which is directly opposite to A. What minimum distance (in km) the swimmer will

have to walk on the other bank to reach the point B.

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

2

3

4

5

This section contains 5 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices A, B, C, D for its answer,

out which one or more is/are correct.

11. Under the action of force P, the constant acceleration of

block B is 6m/2;< up the incline. For the instant when the

velocity of B is 3 m/sec up in the incline. Choose the correct

option(s)

(A) Velocity of B relative to A is 1m/s

(B) Acceleration of B relative to A is 2m/2

(C) The velocity of point C of the cable (in ground frame) is

4m/s

(D) Velocity of B relative to A is 2m/s

12. In the adjacent figure there is a cube having a smooth groove at an

inclination of 30( with horizontal in its vertical face. A cylinder A of mass

2kg can slide freely inside the groove. The cube is moving with constant

horizontal acceleration '( parallel to the shown face, so that the slider

does not have acceleration along horizontal.

(A) The normal reaction acting on cube is zero.

(C) The value of '( is g

(D) Acceleration of the particle in ground frame is g

13. Two identical particles A and B of mass m each are connected together by a light and inextensible

string of length l. The particle are held at rest in air in same horizontal level at a separation l. Both

particles are released simultaneously nd one of them (say A) is given speed 3( vertically upward. Choose

the correct options. Ignore air resistance.

(A) the maximum height attained by the centre of mass of the system of A and B is

67

@

(B) the kinetic energy of the system of A and B when the centre of mass is at its highest point, is

67

(C) the maximum height attained by the centre of mss of the system of A and B is

67

(D) the kinetic energy of the system of A and B when the centre of mass is at its highest point, is

67

14. In the adjacent figure a uniform rof of length l and mass m is kept at

rest in horizontal position on an elevated edge. The value of x (consider

he figure) is such that rod will have maximum angular acceleration A, as

soon as it is set free.

(A) x is equal to

(B) A= B

B

B

x=

(C) =

(D)

B

C is suspended with the help of light rod from point B of the block as

shown. Now both the block A and the particle C are given velocity 3(

towards left. The block A strikes a fixed wall and suddenly stops.

Then, (the rod BC if free to rotate about B)

(A) the smallest velocity 3( for which particle C will swing in full

circle about the point B is 4C.

(B) the smallest velocity 3( for which particle C will swing in full circle about the point B is C.

(C) velocity of point C at the highest point of the circle (for the smallest value of 3( ) is zero.

(D) velocity of point C at the highest point of the circle (for the smallest value of 3( ) is C.

Integer

nteger Answer Type

This section contains 5 questions. The answer to each of the questions is a single digit

integer, ranging from 0 to 9. The appropriate bubbles below the re

respective question

numbers in the ORS have to be darkened. For example, if the correct answers to

question numbers X,Y,Z and W (say) are 6,0,9 and 2 , respectively, then the correct

darkening of bubbles will look like as shown:

inclination .. A ball B of mass m is suspended vertically from the centre

of the disc A by light inextensible string of length l as shown in the

figure. If the acceleration

on of the disc B immediately after the system is

released from rest is

#DEF

EF&I JK L

.Find

5 JK L

k.

plane inside a hollow sphere of radius R. The sphere is rolling on a

fixed horizontal surface without slipping with velocity of its centre of

mass 2v. When the end B is at the lowest position, its speed is found

to be v as shown in

n the figure. If the kinetic energy of the rof at this

3. A small particle is given an initial velocity 3( =10m/s along the

tangent to the brimof a fixed smooth hemisphere bowl of

radius G( = 152 mas shown in the figure. The par

particle slides

on the inner surface and reaches point B, a vertical distance

h=15 m below A and a distance r from the vertical centerline,

where its velocity v makes an angle with the horizontal

tangent to the bowl through B. If = 15 N ( . Find the value of k (take g=10 m/22

4. A smooth disc of mass M and radius

l/2 from centre O of the disc as shown in the figure. Now a thin uniform

rod of mass M and length L is placed horizontally on the surface of the disc parallel to the line

OP such that its mid point and centre O of the disc just coincide as shown in figure. Now rod has

given angular velocity O( =24 rad/sec in counter clockwise direction as shown. As a result , the

end of the rod strikes the pin P and sticks to it rigidly. Calculate the angular velocity of disc just

after collision.

5. One end of the pile of chain falls vertically through a hole in its support and

pull the remaining links steadly. The links which are at rest acquire the

velocity of the hanging position suddenly and without having interaction with

the remaining stationary links and with the support. If the acceleration a of

the falling chain is g/k. find k, ignore any friction.

CHEMISTRY

Part 2

Section-A

Straight Objective Type

This section contains 10 multiple choice questions numbered 1 to 10. Each question has 4 choices

A,B,C,D out of which only one is correct.

1. In a small sample of H atoms in excited state n=5, transition to ground state releases all possible

lines except the ones in Paschen series. How many spectral lines are released in the emission

spectra:

(A) 6

(B) 7

(C) 8

(D) 9

2. The following equillibria is maintained in a closed vessel:

P #& + 3Q #& 2PQ3 #&

Moles @ equilibrium

volume of vessel. At new equilibrium, 17 gms of NQ is obtained. Find x.

(A) 1

(B) 1.3

(C) 1.9

(D) 2.5

3. A solid particle having spherical shape is assumed to react only on its surface. However the

amount of reactant contained in it is determined by it volume. Consider the following rate law

for a solid particle shrinking due to reaction.

ST

!U

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

0

1

2/3

3/2

4. Pure SV (g) is heated in a solid vessel to create the following equilibrium:

2 SV (g) 2 SV (g) + V (g). The vapour density of the equilibrium mixture is:

(A) 16

(B) 26

(C) 36

(D) 46

5. The self ionization constant for pure formic acid K = [HCOOQ ][HCOV ] has been estimated as

10W at room temperature. The density of formic acid is 1.15 g/cX . What percentage of

formic acid molecules convert to formate anion:

(A) 0.001%

(B) 0.002%

(C) 0.004%

(D) 0.004%

6. Reactions at a very first instant of their life, i.e shortly after start, follow:

(A) Pseudo zero order kinetics

(B) Pseudo first order kinetics

(C) Pseudo second order kinetics

(D) Pseudo third order kinetics

7. If Aufbau rule is not obeyed and instead electronic filling occurs orbit by orbit till saturation is

reached, calculate the percentage change in total of (n + l) values for unpaired electronics in an

atom of manganese.

(A) 20

(B) 40

(C) 60

(D) 80

8. The pH at which a 0.01 M A

AC solution is 99.99% precipitated is

(YZ Al(OH& = 1 X 10-18 at 25o C)

(A) 6.67

(B) 7.67

(C) 8.67

(D) 10

9. The styx number for B2H6 is:

(A) 2012

(B) 2222

(C) 2002

(D) 2102

10.

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

[ > [ > [

[ > [ > [

[ > [ > [

[ = [ = [

This section contains 5 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices A,B,C,D for its answer ,

out which ONE or MORE is/are correct.

11. Identify the correct statements w.r.t the titration curves shown below:

(B) Equivalence point with weak base is at pH=7

(C) Phenolphthalein (8 9.8) can be used as indicator in both titrations.

(D) Chlorophenol red (4.8 6.4) can be used as indicator in both titrations.

12. For solution of alkali metal (M) in liquid NH3, identify which of the following equillibria would

simultaneously exist:

(A) M + (x + y) NH3 M(NH3&

\ + e (NH3)y

(B) 2]#^

(C) 2;^

(D) ]#^

&

+ 2e-

M2 (am)

;#^

&

& + ; ]#^

&

13. Which of the following would be starved in the Lewis dot structure of N4O;

(A) Positive charge on N

(B) Negative charge on N

(C) Oxygen atom at the terminus

(D) Electronic delocalization

14. Which one of these statements correctly compare between SF4 and SF6;

(A) Both molecules have same hybridization for S atom.

(B) Both molecules have at least one linear F S F link

(C) SFW has higher boiling point than SF

(D) SF reacts vigorously with water whereas SFW is inert towards water

15. Inorganic benzene surpasses organic benzene in which property:

(A) Melting point

(C) Molar mass

(D) Total number of electrons in the molecule

SECTION C

INTEGER ANSWER TYPE

This section contains 5 questions. The answer to each of the questions is a single

digit integer, ranging from 0 to 9. The appropriate bubbles below the respective

question numbers in the ORS have to be darkened. For example, if the correct

answers to question numbers X,Y,Z and W (say) are 6,0,9 and 2 , respectively, then

the correct darkening of bubbles will look like as shown:

1. Ammonium carbonate is heated at 2270 C in a closed vessel of volume

8210 ml containing 0.2 mole of Argon gas. The manometer attached to the vessel shows a

pressure of 1 atom. Find K0 for NH2COONH4(s) 2NH3 (g) + CO2 (g)

2. Silver (I) ferrocyanide and Bismuth(III) sulphide are sparingly soluble salts with identical

^

a . Find (a+b).

3. On the Mohs hardness scale, what value is assigned to Gypsum mineral (CaSO4.2H2O)

4. How many gases/vapours are involved either as reactants or products in Serpecks process

used for concentration of bauxite.

@

5. The magnitude of potential energy of electron in nth excited of He+ ion is @ times the kinetic

energy of electron in the first excited state of Li+2 ion. Find n.

PART III

Section-A

Straight Objective Type

This section contains 10 multiple choice questions numbered 1 to 10. Each question has 4 choices

A,B,C,D out of which only one is correct.

1. Let f(x) = {(0.1)}3[x]}. (where [.] denotes greatest integer function and {.} denotes fractional part)

If f(x + T) = f(x) x 0, where T is fixed positive number then the least value of T, is

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

2

4

6

None of these

{}

part function)

(A) n +

(B) n

(C) n

(D) n

,n1

- ,n1

+ ,n1

+,n1

f (x) =

{ 0, when x = 0 or x is irrational,

K

, n > 0 and

is in

lowest term

which of the following statement(s) is (are) true?

(A) X = 0 is a point of discontinuity of f

(B) Any non-zero rational number is a point of continuity of f

(C) Any rational number is a point of continuity of f

(D) Any irrational number is a point of discontinuity of f

4. If co-domain is R, then which of the following functions is not a surjective (onto) function?

(A) f (x) = In |ln #i [i]m&|, (where [.] denotes the G.I.F)

(B) f (x) = x + cos (n[i]&, (where [.] denotes the G.I.F)

(C) f (x) = tan-1 x

(D) f (x) =

(B) cos e sin 1

(C) Sin e + cos 1

(D) cos e + sin 1

6. The differential equation of a family of curves whose angle of intersection with the family of

(A)

(B)

!q

!

!q

!

q

= q

q

= q

(C)

!q

!

q

= q

7. The value of x for which the function f(x) = sin-1 sin [x] is increasing can be given by

(A) X sin x <0

(B) X sin x >0

(C) X cos x <0

(D) X cos x >0

8. If |b| > |a + c | then atleast one root of the equation ax4 + bx3 + c = 0 lies in the interval

(A) (-2,0)

(B) (-1,1)

(C) (0,2)

(D) (1,3)

9. Let f(x) = o Cr1/2 (1 2-1 )dt then the value of f(2) + f(2 log23), is

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

t u

dx

v

u

In ((t )v ) + c

u

In ((t ) + c

u

In (()v ) + c

u

In ( ) + c

10.

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

0

1

2

3 2log23

is

This section contains 5 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices A,B,C,D for its answer ,

out which ONE or MORE is/are correct.

11. Let f: RR, f(x) = x + In (1 + x2) then

(A) f is injective

(B) limy z(i) = +

(C) There is a point on the graph of y= f(x) where tangent is not possible is not parallel to any of

the chords

(D) F is bijective

12. If lim ( log3 (ax2 + 3x + 1))log(x-1)3 = l , where l is a finite real number then

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

a must be (-1)

a can have more than one values

L= e-2/3

L= e-1/3

13. Let a function f(x) , x 0 such that f(x) + f( ) = f(x). f( ) then f(x) can be

(A) 1 x2013

(B) |i| + 1

(C)

(D)

U^K} ||

" ~K ||

14. Let g be the inverse of the continuous function f. Let there be a point (, ), where , is

such that is satisfies each of y = f(x) and y = g(x) then

(A) The equation f(x) = g(x) has infinite many solutions

(B) The equation f(x) = g(x) has atleast 3 solutions

(C) F must be a decreasing function of x

(D) G can be an increasing function of x

^ a

15. Let f(x) = ! p . If f(x) is not a constant function and both minimum and

maximum values of f(x) exist then

(A) F(x) must be a continuous function

(B) 4ac must be more than b2

(C) 4fd must be more than e2

(D) Ae must not be equal to bd

SECTION C

INTEGER ANSWER TYPE

This section contains 5 questions. The answer to each of the questions is a single digit integer, ranging

from 0 to 9. The appropriate bubbles below the respective question numbers in the ORS have to be

darkened. For example, if the correct answers to question numbers X,Y,Z and W (say) are 6,0,9 and 2 ,

respectively, then the correct darkening of bubbles will look like as shown:

1. The number of integers belonging to the interval [-3,30] but not belonging to the range of the

function

F(x) = x{x} x [-x], x R, is (where [.] and {.} denote the greatest integer function and functional

part respectively)

2. Find the maximum possible integral value of U^K} U^K} , where 0 < < <3 , is

:7

z

64 N , is

4. Consider a rectangle with vertical A = (0,0), B = (4,0), C = (4,6), D = (0,6). Let S be the region

consisting of all points P inside the rectangle such that

d(P, DC) < d(P,AB) < max.{d(P,BC);d(P,AD), where d(P,MN) denotes distance of the point P from

the line joining points M and N. the area of the region S in square units, is

5. If Rolles theorem is applicable to the function, z(i) =

+

~K

ANSWER KEY

Q. No.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

1

2

3

4

5

Physics

B

A

B

B

C

D

C

B

A

B

A,B,C

A,B,D

A,D

A,C

A,C

1

3

3

6

3

Chemistry

A

C

C

C

D

A

B

D

C

B

A,D

A,B,C,D

A,B,C,D

D

B,C

0

7

2

5

5

Mathematics

B

B

C

C

A

C

D

B

D

C

A,C,D

A,D

A,B,C,D

B,C

A,C,D

8

3

3

1

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