mv pd m
(a) B= and Dt =
qd v
m1 m1
mv pd
(b) B= and Dt =
2qd 2v
2mv pd (c)
(c) B= and Dt =
qd 2v
2mv pd
(d) B= and Dt =
qd v
m
20. Consider two thin identical conducting wires covered with
very thin insulating material. One of the wires is bent into a
m1
loop and produces magnetic field B1, at its centre when a
current I passes through it. The ratio B1 : B2 is: m1
(a) 1 : 1 (b) 1 : 3
(c) 1 : 9 (d) 9 : 1 (d)
21. A sinusoidal voltage V(t) = 100 sin (500t) is applied across a
pure inductance of L = 0.02 H. The current through the coil
is:
(a) 10 cos (500 t) (b) 10 cos (500t) 24. Interference pattern is observed at P due to
(c) 10 sin (500t) (d) 10 sin (500t) superimposition of two rays coming out from a source S as
22. A lamp emits monochromatic green light uniformly in all shown in the figure. The value of l for which maxima is
directions. The lamp is 3% efficient in converting electrical obtained at P is:
power to electromagnetic waves and consumes 100 W of (R is perfect reflecting surface)
power. The amplitude of the electric field associated with
the electromagnetic radiation at a distance of 5 m from the 21
S P
lamp will be nearly:
(a) 1.34 V/m (b) 2.68 V/m
(c) 4.02 V/m (d) 5.36 V/m
23. The refractive index of the material of a concave lens is m. It
is immersed in a medium of refractive index m1. A parallel 30
beam of light is incident on the lens. The path of the emergent R
rays when m1 > m is:
2nl ( 2n  1) l
m l=
(a) l=
3 1
(b) 2 ( 3 1 )
m1
m1 ( 2n  1) l
l=
3 ( 2n  1) l
l=
(a)
(c)
(
4 2 3 ) (d)
3 1
25. In an experiment of single slit diffraction pattern, first
minimum for red light coincides with first maximum of some
other wavelength. If wavelength of red light is 6600 , then
wavelength of first maximum will be:
m (a) 3300 (b) 4400
(c) 5500 (d) 6600
26. A beam of light has two wavelengths of 4972 and 6216
m1 with a total intensity of 3.6 103 Wm2 equally distributed
m1
among the two wavelengths. The beam falls normally on an
area of 1 cm2 of a clean metallic surface of work function 2.3
(b) eV. Assume that there is no loss of light by reflection and
that each capable photon ejects one electron. The number
of photoelectrons liberated in 2s is approximately:
(a) 6 1011 (b) 9 1011
(c) 11 10 11 (d) 15 1011
27. A piece of bone of an animal from a ruin is found to have 14C
activity of 12 disintegrations per minute per gm of its carbon
4
content. The 14 C activity of a living animal is 16 NA NA
disintegrations per minute per gm. How long ago nearly did (a) (b)
the animal die? (Given half life of 14C is t1/2 = 5760 years) 20 10
(a) 1672 years (b) 2391 years NA NA
(c) 3291 years (d) 4453 years (c) (d)
5 2
28. For LEDs to emit light in visible region of electromagnetic
light, it should have energy band gap in the range of: 37. The (S) of the following substances are:
(a) 0.1 eV to 0.4 eV (b) 0.5 eV to 0.8 eV CH4 (g) 186.2 JK1 mol1
(c) 0.9 eV to 1.6 eV (d) 1.7 eV to 3.0 eV O2 (g) 205.2 JK1 mol1
29. For sky wave propagation, the radio waves must have a CO2 (g) 213.6 JK1 mol1
frequency range in between: H2O (g) 69.9.JK1 mol1
(a) 1 MHz to 2 MHz (b) 5 MHz to 25 MHz The entropy change (DS) for the reaction :
(c) 35 MHz to 40 MHz (d) 45 MHz to 50 MHz CH4(g) + 2O2(g) CO2(g) + 2H2O(l) is:
30. In the experiment of calibration of voltmeter, a standard cell (a) 312.5 J K1 mol1
of e.m.f. 1.1 volt is balanced against 440 cm of potential wire. (b) 242.8 J K1 mol1
The potential difference across the ends of resistance is (c) 108.1 J K1 mol1
found to balance against 220 cm of the wire. The (d) 37.6 J K1 mol1
corresponding reading of voltmeter is 0.5 volt. The error in 38. The conjugate base of hydrazoic acid is:
the reading of volmeter will be: (a) N3 (b) N3
(a) 0. 15 volt (b) 0.15 volt
(c) 0.5 volt (d) 0.05 volt (c) N 2 (d) HN3
39. In a monoclinic unit cell, the relation of sides and angles are
PART B : CHEMISTRY respectively:
(a) a = b c and a = b = g = 90
31. If m and e are the mass and charge of the revolving electron (b) a b c and a = b = g = 90
in the orbit of radius r for hydrogen atom, the total energy of (c) a b c and b = g = 90 a
the revolving electron will be: (d) a b c and a b g 90
40. The standard enthalpy of formation (Df H 298) for methane,
1 e2 e2
(a) (b)  CH4 is 74.9 kJ mol1. In order to calculate the average
2 r r energy given out in the formation of a C H bond from this
it is necessary to know which one of the following?
me2 1 e2
(c) (d)  (a) The dissociation energy of the hydrogen molecule, H2.
r 2 r (b) The first four ionisation energies of carbon.
32. The deBroglie wavelength of a particle of mass 6.63 g moving (c) The dissociation energy of H2 and enthalpy and
with a velocity of 100 ms1 is: sublimation of carbon (graphite).
(a) 1033 m (b) 1035 m (d) The first four ionisation energies of carbon and electron
(c) 10 m 31 (d) 1025 m affinity of hydrogen.
33. What happens when an inert gas is added to an equilibrium 41. Which of the following xenonoxo compounds may not be
keeping volume unchanged? obtained by hydrolysis of xenon fluorides?
(a) More product will form (a) XeO2F2 (b) XeOF4
(b) Less product will form (c) XeO3 (d) XeO4
(c) More reactant will form 42. Excited hydrogen atom emits light in the ultraviolet region at
(d) Equilibrium will remain unchanged 2.47 1015 Hz. With this frequency, the energy of a single
34. The amount of BaSO4 formed upon mixing 100 mL of 20.8% photon is:
BaCl2 solution with 50 mL of 9.8% H2SO4 solution with 50 (h = 6.63 1034 Js)
mL of 9.8% H2SO4 solution will be: (a) 8.041 1040 J (b) 2.680 1019 J
(Ba = 137, Cl = 35.5, S = 32, H = 1 and O = 16) (c) 1.640 10 J 18 (d) 6.111 1017 J
(a) 23.3 g (b) 11.65 g 43. Which one of the following exhibits the large number of
(c) 30.6 g (d) 33.2 g oxidation states?
35. The rate coefficient (k) for a particular reactions is 1.3 10 (a) Ti (22) (b) V (23)
4 M 1 s 1 at 100C, and 1.3 10 3 (c) Cr (24) (d) Mn (25)
M s1 at 150C. What is the energy of activation (EA) (in
1
44. Copper becomes green when exposed to moist air for a long
kJ) for this reaction? (R = molar gas constant = 8.314 JK 1 period. This is due to:
mol1) (a) the formation of a layer of cupric oxide on the surface
(a) 16 (b) 60 of copper.
(c) 99 (d) 132 (b) the formation of a layer of basic carbonate of copper
36. How many electrons would be required to deposit 6.35 g of on the surface of copper.
copper at the cathode during the electrolysis of an aqueous (c) the formation of a layer of cupric hydroxide on the
solution of copper sulphate? (Atomic mass of copper = 63.5 surface of copper.
u, NA = Avogadros constant):
5
(c) 28th and 29th 75. If [ ] denotes the greatest integer function, then the integral
(d) 27th and 28th p
68. Let G be the geometric mean of two positive numbers a and [ cos x ] dx is equal to:
0
1 1 1
b, and M be the arithmetic mean of and . If : G is 4 p
a b M (a) (b) 0
: 5, then a : b can be: 2
(a) 1 : 4 (b) 1 : 2 p
(c) 2 : 3 (d) 3 : 4 (c) 1 (d) 
2
69. The least positive integer n such that
t
2 2 2
1   2  ....  n 1 <
3 3
1
100
, is: 76. If for a continuous function f(x), ( f ( x ) + x ) dx = p2 t2,
3 p
(a) 4 (b) 5
(c) 6 (d) 7 p
for all t p, then f  is equal to:
70. Let f, g: R R be two functions defined by 3
7
7. (b) We choose reference point, infinity, where total energy = 3.297 104 ; 3.3 10 4 N
of the system is zero.
So, initial energy of the system = 0 dh
9. (b) Let the rate of falling water level be 
1 1 Gm 1m 2 dt
Final energy = m 1 v12 + m 2 v 22  Initially at t = 0 ; h = h
2 2 d
t=t;h=0
From conservation of energy, A
Initial energy = Final energy dh 2
Then, A  = pa .v
dt
1 1 Gm 1 m 2
\0= m 1 v12 + m 2 v 2 2 
2 2 d A
dt =  2
dh h
1 1 Gm 1 m 2 pa 2 gh
or m 1 v12 + m 1 v 22 = ...(1) a
2 2 d [Q velocity of efflux of
By conservation of linear momentum liquid v = 2 gh ]
v1 m m Integrating both sides
m1v1 + m 2 v 2 = 0 or =  2 v2 = 1 v1
v2 m1 m2 t 0
A 1 2
dt =  h dh
Putting value of v2 in equation (1), we get 0 2 g pa 2 h
2
m v 2Gm1m 2 0
m1v12 + m 2  1 1 = A h1 2
m2 d [t] t
0
= .
2 g pa 2 1 2 h
m1m 2 v12 + m12 v12 2Gm1m 2
=
m2 d 2A h
t=
2Gm 22 2G pa 2 g
v1 = = m2 10. (b)
d ( m1 + m 2 ) d (m1 + m 2 )
11. (b) By Newtons law of cooling
2G q1  q2 q + q2
Similarly v 2 =  m1 = K 1  q0
d ( m1 + m 2 ) t 2
where q0 is the temperature of surrounding.
8. (c) D Now, hot water cools from 60C to 50C in 10 minutes,
60  50 60 + 50
= K  q0 ...(i)
10 2
F Again, it cools from 50C to 42C in next 10 minutes.
50  42 50 + 42
= K  q0 ...(ii)
10 2
Dividing equations (i) by (ii) we get
h
1 55  q0
=
0.8 46  q0
W 343 + 55.83
h= 100% = 1800
Q1 343  55.83
Q2  Q1 = 2499.44 2500Hz
or, h= 100% 16. (b) Let us consider a spherical shell of radius x and
Q1 thickness dx.
1000  600
or, h= 100%
1000
h = 40% dx
x
Q 2 T2 O
Now, for carnot cycle Q = T
1 1 Shell
600 T
= 2
1000 400
600 400 Charge on this shell
T2 =
1000 x
dq = r.4px2dx = r0 1  .4px 2dx
= 240 K R
= 240 273 \ Total charge in the spherical region from centre to r (r < R) is
\ T2 = 33C r
x
q = dq = 4pr0 1  x 2dx
3RT R
13. (a) Q C= 0
M
r
3 8.314 300 x3 x 4
(1930 ) 2
= = 4pr0 
M 3 4R 0
3 8.314 300
M= 2 10 3 kg r3 r 4
1930 1930 = 4pr0 
The gas is H2. 3 4R
14. (d) In linear S.H.M., the restoring force acting on particle
should always be proportional to the displacement of the 1 r
= 4pr0 r3 
particle and directed towards the equilibrium position. 3 4R
i.e., F x
1 .q
or F =  bx where b is a positive constant. \ Electric field at r, E =
4pe 0 r 2
15. (b) Given f A = 1800Hz
vt = v 1 4pr0 r3 1 r
fB = 2150 Hz =
4pe 0
. 
r 2 3 4R
Reflected wave frequency received by A, f A = ?
r r r2
Applying dopplers effect of sound, = 0 
e0 3 4R
vs f
f = 17. (c) The value of dielectric constant is given as,
vs  v t
K = K 0 + lx
f
here, v t = vs 1  A d
fB And, V = Edr
0
1800
= 343 1 
2150 d
s
vt = 55.8372 m/s V= dx
K
Now, for the reflected wave, 0
v + vt d
1
f A = s
\ fA
vs  v t = s ( K + l x ) dx
0 0
11
s mv2
= ln ( K 0 + ld )  ln K0 \ Bqv =
l d/2
s ld 2mv
= l ln 1 + K or, B=
0 qd
Now it is given that capacitance of vacuum = C0. Time interval for which a uniform magnetic field is
applied
Q
Thus, C = d
V p.
s.s Dt = 2
= (Let surface area of plates = s) v
v (particle reverses its direction after time Dt by covering
s.s semi circle).
=
s ld pd
ln 1 + Dt =
l K0 2v
m 0 nI
d 1 20. (b) For loop B =
= sl. (Q in vacuum e0 =1) 2a
d ld where, a is the radius of loop.
ln 1 +
K 0 m0 I
Then, B1 =
ld s 2a
c= . C0 here, C0 =
ld d m I 2nA
ln 1 + Now, for coil B = 0 .
K 0 4p x 3
at the centre x = radius of loop
18. (b) line 1 line 2 line 3
2
m 2 3 ( I / 3) p ( a / 3 )
5m F I B2 = 0 .
3W 9W 4p ( a / 3)3
8.0 V 16.0 V m 0 .3I
I1 I2
=
2a
In steady state capacitor is fully charged hence no current
B1 m I / 2a
will flow through line 2. \ = 0
By simplyfing the circuit B2 m0 .3I / 2a
B1 : B2 = 1: 3
21. (b) In a pure inductive circuit current always lags behind
3W 9W
p
the emf by .
8.0 V 16.0 V 2
If v ( t ) = v0 sin wt
Hence resultant potential difference across resistances will p
be 8.0 V. then I = I0 sin wt 
2
V Now, given v(t) = 100 sin (500 t)
Thus current I =
R
E0 100
8.0 8 and I0 = = [Q L = 0.02H ]
= = wL 500 0.02
3 + 9 12
p
2 I0 = 10sin 500t 
or, I = = 0.67 A 2
3
19. (c) The applied magnetic field provides the required I0 = 10cos ( 500t )
centripetal force to the charge particle, so it can move 22. (b) Wavelength of monochromatic green light
= 5.5 105 cm
d
in circular path of radius Power
2 Intensity I =
Area
12
3
and l 2 = 6216
= Wm 2
100p and I = 3.6 10 3 Wm 2
Now, half of this intensity (I) belongs to electric field and half Intensity associated with each wavelength
of that to magnetic field, therefore,
3.6 103
I 1 =
= e0 E 02 C 2
2 4 = 1.8 103 Wm2
2I work function f = hv
or E 0 = e C
0 hc
=
l
3
=
2
100
p
=
( 6.62 1034 )( 3 108 )
1
9
4p 9 10
(
3 108 ) l
12.4 103
= ev
6 l
= 30
25 for different wavelengths
= 7.2 12.4 103 12.4 103
f1 = = = 2.493 eV
\ E 0 = 2.68 V / m l1 4972
23. (a) If a lens of refractive index m is immersed in a medium of = 3.984 1019 J
refractive index m1, then its focal length in medium is given
by 12.4 103 12.4 103
f2 = = = 1.994 eV
1 1 1 l2 6216
= ( m m l  1) 
fm R1 R 2 = 3.184 1019 J
Work function for metallic surface f = 2.3 eV (given)
If fa is the focal length of lens in air, then f2 < f
1 1 1 Therefore, f2 will not contribute in this process.
= ( a m l  1) 
fa R1 R 2 Now, no. of electrons per m2s = no. of photons per m2s
f m ( a ml  1) 1.8 103
no. of electrons per m2s = 104
= 19
fa ( m ml  1) 3.984 10
If m1 > m, then fm and fa have opposite signs and the nature
of lens changes i.e. a convex lens diverges the light rays and
(Q1 cm 2
= 104 m 2 )
concave lens converges the light rays. Thus given option (a) = 0.45 1012
is correct. So, the number of photo electrons liberated in 2 sec.
24. (c) = 0.45 1012 2
25. (b) In a single slit experiment, = 9 1011
For diffraction maxima, 27. (b) Given, for 14C
l A0 = 16 dis min1 g1
a sin q = ( 2n + 1) A = 12 dis min1 g1
2 t1/2 = 5760 years
and for diffraction minima,
0.693
a sin q = nl Now, l =
According to question, t1/ 2
l 0.693
( 2 1 + 1) = 1 6600 l= per year
2 5760
(Q l R = 6600 ) 2.303 A
Then, from, t = log10 0
6600 2 l A
l=
3
13
RCH 2 NO2
R  C  NO2 Blood red colour
 COOH
NOH
Nitrolic acid
HI R
(ii) RCHOHR R > CHI
AgNO
R > CHNO2
R2 HNO
2 KOH
C  NO2 Blue colour
15
O 3
(2 x  3) if x>
2
C 2x 3 =
 (2 x  3) if 3
x<
O 2
C 3
for x > , x2 + 2 x  3  4 = 0
2
+ H2O x2 + 2x 7 = 0
HO O OH 2 4 + 28 2 4 2
Fluorescein
x= = = 1 2 2
2 2
3
Here x = 2 2  1 2 2  1 <
2
Mathematics for x <
3
2
61. (b) A = {x : x  < 3, x Z } x2 2x + 3 4 = 0
A = {2, 1, 0, 1, 2} x2 2x 1 = 0
R = {(x, y) : y = x , x 1}
2 4+4 2 2 2
R = {(2, 2), (0, 0), (1, 1), (2, 2)} x= = = 1 2
2 2
R has four elements
Number of elements in the power set of R 3
= 24 = 16 Here x = 1  2 (1  2) <
2
62. (c) Let z = x + iy
Sum of roots : (2 2  1) + (1  2) = 2
zi
is purely imaginary means its real part is zero.
z+i
a2 b2 c2
x + iy  i x + i ( y  1) x  i ( y + 1)
= (a + l)2 (b + l )2 (c + l ) 2
x + iy + i x + i ( y + 1) x  i ( y + 1) 64. (c) Let D =
(a  l)2 (b  l )2 (c  l ) 2
2 2
x  2ix ( y + 1) + xi ( y  1) + y  1
= Apply R2 R2 R3
x 2 + ( y + 1) 2
a2 b2 c2
x2 + y2 1 2 xi
=  2 2 2 2 2
D = (a + l )  ( a  l) (b + l)  (b  l) (c + l)  (c  l)
2
x 2 + ( y + 1) 2 x 2 + ( y + 1) 2
for pure imaginary, we have (a  l )2 (b  l)2 (c  l )2
x2 + y2 1
=0 a2 b2 c2
x 2 + ( y + 1) 2
= 4al 4bl 4c l
x2 + y2 = 1
(x + iy) (x iy) = 1 (a  l )2 (b  l ) 2 (c  l ) 2
1
x + iy = =z (Q ( x + y )2  ( x  y )2 = 4 xy )
x  iy
Taking out 4 common from R2
1
and
z
= x iy a2 b2 c2
=4 al bl cl
1
z+ = ( x + iy ) + ( x  iy ) = 2 x a + l  2al b + l  2bl c + l 2  2cl
2 2 2 2 2
z
1 Apply R3 [R3 (R1 2R2)]
z + is any nonzero real number
z
63. (c) x2 + 2 x  3  4 = 0
16
r
a2 b2 c2 x
rth term = 255 55Cr
= 4 al bl cl 6
l2 l2 l2 1
Coefficient of xr is 255 55Cr r
Taking out l common from R2 and l2 from R3. 6
r +1
a2 b2 c2 x
(r +1)th term = 255 55Cr +1
2 6
= 4l ( l ) a b c
1 1 1 55 55 1
Coefficient of xr+1 is 2 Cr +1. r +1
6
a2 b2 c2 Both coefficients are equal
= kl a b c 1 1
255 55Cr r
= 255 55Cr +1 r +1
1 1 1 6 6
k = 4l2 1 1 1
= .
r 55  r r + 1 54  r 6
y
1 2 x x 6 (r + 1) = 55 r
65. (a) Let A = 3 1 2 and B = 6r + 6 = 55 r
1 7r = 49
r=7
y (r + 1) = 8
1 2 x Coefficient of 7th and 8th terms are equal.
x
AB = 3 1 2 68. (a) G=
1 ab
1 1
6 y + 2x + x +
8 = 3 y  x + 2 M= a b
2
6 y + 3x a+b
8 = 3 y  x + 2 M=
2ab
y + 3x = 6 and 3y x = 6 1
Given that :G = 4 :5
On solving, we get M
6 12 2ab
x= and y = 4
5 5 =
(a + b) ab 5
y = 2x
66. (b) In 8 digits numbers, 4 places are odd places. a+b 5
Also, in the given 8 digits, there are three odd digits =
2 ab 4
1, 1 and 3.
No. of ways three odd digits arranged at four even a + b + 2 ab 5+ 4
=
4 P3 4! a + b  2 ab 5 4
places = =
2! 2! {Using Componendo & Dividendo}
No. of ways the remaining five digits 2, 2, 2, 4 and
( a )2 + ( b ) 2 + 2 ab 9
5! 2 2 =
4 arranged at remaining five places = ( a ) + ( b )  2 ab 1
3!2!
Hence, required number of 8 digits number 2
b + a 9 b+ a 3
4! 5! = =
= = 120 b  a 1 b a 1
2! 3!2!
67. (a) Let rth and (r + 1)th term has equal coefficient b+ a+ b a 3 +1
=
x
55 55 b+ a b+ a 3 1
x
2 + = 255 1 + {Using Componendo & Dividendo}
3 6
17
3n  1 1 1 19
1 2 < x= y
n 2 4
2.3 100
1
3n  1 1 As x >
1 < 2
n
3 100
1 19
x= + y
1 1 2 4
1 1 + n <
3 100
1 19
100 < 3n g(x) = + x
2 4
Thus, least value of n is 5
1
1 g(x) =
x sin , x 0
70. (b) f (x) = x 2 x
19
0, 4
x=0
and g ( x) = x f ( x ) 1 1 1
g(7) = = =
For f (x) 19 28  19 3
2 7 2
4 2
1
LHL = lim  h sin  72. (b) Since f (x) > 0 and g(x) < 0, therefore
h 0 h
f (x) is increasing function and g(x) is decreasing
= 0 a finite quantity between 1 and 1 function.
=0 f (x + 1) > f (x) and g (x + 1) < g (x)
1 g [f (x + 1)] < g [ f (x)] and f [g (x + 1)] < f [g (x)]
RHL = lim+ h sin =0 Hence option (b) is correct.
h 0 h
5
Also, f (0) = 0
Thus LHL = RHL = f(0) 73. (a) 4
1+ x + x = 5 ai (1 + x)i
i= 0
\ f (x) is continuous at x = 0
1 2 3
2 1 = a0 + a1 (1 + x) + a2 (1 + x ) + a3 (1 + x )
x sin , x 0
g(x) = x + a4 (1 + x )4 + a5 (1 + x )5
0, x=0
1 + x 4 + x5
For g(x)
= a0 + a1 (1 + x) + a2 (1 + 2 x + x 2 ) + a3 (1 + 3 x + 3 x 2 + x3 )
1
LHL = lim  h 2 sin

h 0 h
18
+ a4 (1 + 4 x + 6 x 2 + 4 x3 + x 4 ) + a5 (1 + 5x + 10 x 2 + 10 x3 + 5x 4 + x5 ) 1 dt 1 2
3 t2
\I= = t dt
3
1 + x 4 + x5
2
= a0 + a1 + a1 x + a2 + 2a2 x + a2 x + a3 + 3a3 x 1 t 2+1 1 1
I = 3 2 + 1 + c = +c
3 t
+3a3 x 2 + a3 x3 + a4 + 4a4 x + 6a4 x 2 + 4a4 x3 + a4 x 4 + a5
1
+5a5 x + 10a5 x 2 + 10a5 x3 + 5a5 x 4 + a5 x5 or I =  +c
3(1 + tan 3 x)
1 + x 4 + x5
p
= (a0 + a1 + a2 + a3 + a4 + a5 ) + x(a1 + 2a2 + 3a3 + 4a4 + 5a5 )
75. (d) Let I = [cos x]dx ...(1)
2 3 0
+ x (a2 + 3a3 + 6a4 + 10a5 ) + x ( a3 + 4 a4 + 10a5 )
p p
+ x 4 (a4 + 5a5 ) + x5 (a5 )
On comparing the like coefficients, we get
I= [cos(p  x )]dx = [  cos x ]dx ...(2)
0 0
a5 = 1 ...(1) ; a4 + 5a5 = 1 ...(2); On adding (1) and (2), we get
p p
a3 + 4a4 + 10 a5 = 0 ...(3) and a2 + 3a3 + 6 a4 + 10a5 = 0 ...(4)
from (1) & (2), we get
2I = [cos x]dx + [  cos x]dx
0 0
a4 = 4 ...(5) from (1), (3) & (5), we get p
2
p
sin x.cos x I=
I = 3 dx 2
sin x + cos3 x
t
2
76. (a) Let p ( f ( x ) + x)dx = p2 t2
sin x. cos x
I= dx
t
p f ( x )dx +
t
xdx = p2 t2
cos3 x (1 + tan 3 x) p
2 t t 2 p2
sin x.sec 2 x
= dx
p f ( x )dx +  = p2 t2
2 2
(1 + tan3 x )
Put 1 + tan 3 x = t t 3 2 2
p (p  t )
f ( x )dx =
2
dt
dt = 3tan 2 x sec2 x dx or dx = differentiating with respect to t
3tan x sec 2 x
2
d t 3 d 2 2
f ( x)dx = (p  t )
2 4 dt p 2 dt
sin x.sec x dt
\I= t 2
3 tan x sec 2 x
2
dt d
f (t ).  f ( p) ( p) = 3t
dt dt
1 sin 2 x.sec 4 x dt
I=
3 t 2
2
sin x
f (t) = 3t
sec2 x p p
cos 2 x f  = 3  = p
3 3
1 sin 2 x.sec4 x dt dy
= 3 2
77. (d) Given, sin 2 x  tan x  y = 0
dx
t sin x sec 4 x
2
19
dy y x + 4ay + a = 0 ...(3)
or, = + tan x
dx sin 2 x Subtracting equation (3) from (1)
2ay = 0
dy ay = 0 y = 0
or,  y cosec2 x = tan x ...(1)
dx Putting value of y in equation (1), we get
x+0+a=0
Now, integrating factor (I.F) = e
 cosec2 x
x=a
Putting value of x and y in equation (2), we get
or, I.F =
1
 logtan x
e 2 = e
log ( tan x ) 1 a+b=0
a=b
1 Thus, (a, b) lies on a straight line
= = cot x
tan x 80. (d) Let, x2 + y2 = 16 or x2 + y2 = 42
Now, general solution of eq. (1) is written as radius of circle r1 = 4, centre C1 (0, 0)
we have, x2 + y2 2y = 0
y (I. F.) = Q(I.F.) dx + c x2 + (y2 2y + 1) 1 = 0 or x2 + (y 1)2 = 12
Radius 1, centre C2 (0, 1)
\ y cot x = tan x . cot x dx + c C1C2  = 1
 r2 r1 = 4 1 = 3
\ y cot x = 1.dx + c  C1C2 < r2 r1
no common tangents for these two circles.
\ y cot x = x + c 81. (d) The locus of the point of intersection of tangents to
the parabola y2 = 4 ax inclined at an angle a to each
other is
78. (b) tan2a (x + a)2 = y2 4ax
C(0, b) Given equation of Parabola y2 = 4x {a = 1}
Point of intersection (2, 1)
2 tan2a (2 + 1)2 = (1)2 4 1 (2)
tan2a = 9
tan a = 3
A(4, 3) tan a = 3
1
O (0, 0) 82. (d) 81
A 0,
k
B(a, 0) (h, k)
A divides CB in 2 : 1
O
1 0 + 2 a 2a 16
4 = = B , 0
1+ 2 3 h
a = 6 coordinate of B is B (6, 0)
1 b + 2 0 b
3 = =
1+ 2 3
Let (h, k) be the point on ellipse through which
b = 9 and C (0, 9)
tangent is passing.
Slope of line passing through (6, 0), (0, 9)
9 3 xh yk
slope, m = = Equation of tangent at (h, k) = + =1
6 2 16 81
3 16
Equation of line y 0 = ( x  6) at y = 0, x =
2 h
2y = 3x + 18 81
3x + 2y = 18 at x = 0, y =
k
79. (c) x + 2ay + a = 0 ...(1)
1 16 81 648
x + 3by + b = 0 ...(2) Area of AOB = =
2 h k hk
20
(648)2 d 1
A2 = ...(1) Distance between them is 7 =
h2k 2 16 + 4 + 16
(h, k) must satisfy equation of ellipse d 1
= 7
6
h2 k 2
+ =1 d = 42 + 1
16 81
or 42 + 1
16 i.e. d = 41 or 43.
h2 = (81  k 2 )
81 85. (b) ( x + y + z)2 0
Putting value of h2 in equation (1)
3 + 2 S x. y 0
81(648) 2 a
A2 = = 2 S x. y 3
16 k 2 (81  k 2 ) 81k 2  k 4
2 2 2
differentiating w.r. to k Now, x + y + y + z + z + x
1 = 6 + 2 S x. y 6 + ( 3)
2AA = a (162k  4 k 3 )
81k  k 4
2
2 2 2
x + y + y + z + z + x 3
2AA = 2A (81k 4k3) A= 81k 4k3
Put A = 0 86. (b) Let xi be n observations, i = 1, 2, ...n
162k 4k3 = 0, k (162 4k2) = 0 Let X be the mean and M.D be the mean deviation
9 about X .
k = 0, k = If each observation is increased by 5 then new mean
2
A = (81 12k2) will be X + 5 and new M.D. about new mean will
For both value of k, A = 405 > 0 n
x
9 be M.D. Q Mean = ni
Area will be minimum for k = i =1
2
( x  10)( x  50)
16 87. (a) Given 0
2
h = (81  k 2 ) = 8 ( x  30)
81
Let x 10, x 50 equation will be true " x 50
h = 2 2
x  50
as 0, " x [10, 30)
Area of triangle AOB =
648 2
= 36 sq unit x  30
2 2 9
83. (b) Given two planes : ( x  10)( x  50)
0 " x [10, 30)
x ay b = 0 and cy z + d = 0 x  30
Let, l, m, n be the direction ratio of the required line. Total value of x between 10 to 30 is 20.
Since the required line is perpendicular to normal of Total values of x between 50 to 100 including 50 and
both the plane, therefore l am = 0 and cm n = 0 100 is 51.
l am + 0.n = 0 and 0.l + cm n = 0 Total values of x = 51 + 20 = 71
l m n 71
\ = = P (A) = = 0.71
a  0 0 +1 c  0 100
Hence, d.R of the required line are a, 1, c. p p
Hence, options (c) and (d) are rejected. 88. (a) sin 1x  ,
2 2
Now, the point (a + b, 1, c + d) satisfy the equation
of the two given planes. 3p 1 p p
\ Option (b) is correct.  sin x 
4 4 4
84. (c) Given planes are
2
4x  2 y  4z + 1 = 0 p 9
0 sin 1 x  p 2 ..(1)
4 16
and 4 x  2 y  4 z + d = 0
Statement II is true
They are parallel.
(sin 1 x)3 + (cos 1 x )3 = ap
3
21
p2 9 2  12 + 12 = 2  2 .
0 (32 a  1) p 2 90. (b) Given statement is
48 16
0 32a  1 27 p (q r ) which is equivalent to
1 7 ( p q) ( p r )
a
32 8
StatementI is also true.