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question paper for your rough work. No additional iqfLrdk esa gh gSA dPps dke ds fy, dksbZ vfrfjDr dkxt
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ugha fn;k tk;sxkA
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calculators, cameras, cellular phones, pagers and LykbM:y] dSYdqysVj] dSejk] lsyQksu] istj vkSj fdlh
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tc rd ifjos"kd funsZ'k ugha nsa rc rd iz'u i=k dh lhy dks ugha [kksaysA
gSA
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on the upper original sheet. IokbaV dye ls dkyk djsaA
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contains all the 90 questions and corresponding blesa lHkh 90 iz'u vkSj muds mÙkj fodYi Bhd ls i<+s tk
answer choices are legible. Read carefully the
Instructions printed at the beginning of each section. ldrs gSaA lHkh [kaMksa ds izkjaHk esa fn;s gq, funsZ'kksa dks /;ku ls
i<+saA
B. Filling the ORS B. vks-vkj-,l (ORS) Hkjuk % ORS dks Hkjus ds fy, dsoy dkys
Use only Black ball point pen only for filling the ORS. ck¡y iSu dk mi;ksx dhft,A
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corner of your ORS with black ball point pen. Also, jksy uEcj dkys ck¡y ikbUV ls fyf[k, rFkk laxr xksys Hkh
darken the corresponding bubbles with Black ball
point pen only. Also fill your roll no on the back side of dsoy dkys isu ls Hkfj;sA ORS ds ihNs dh rjQ Hkh viuk
your ORS in the space provided (if the ORS is both side jksy uEcj fyf[k, (;fn ORS nksuksa rjQ Nih gqbZ gSA)
printed).
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and darken the corresponding bubble with Black ball ck¡y isu ls dkys dhft,A
point pen.
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correctly and properly, then his/her marks will not be mfpr rjhds ugha Hkjrk gS rc mldk ifj.kke jksd fy;k
displayed and 5 marks will be deducted (paper wise)
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PART-I : PHYSICS

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SECTION - I
Straight Objective Type
This section contains 15 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D) for its answer, out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
[k.M- I
lh/ks oLrqfu"B izdkj
bl [k.M esa 15 cgq&fodYih iz'u gSaA izR;sd iz'u ds 4 fodYi (A), (B), (C) rFkk (D) gSa] ftuesa ls flQZ ,d
lgh gSA

1. The average velocity of molecules of a gas of molecular weight M at temperature T is:


rki T ij M v.kq Hkkj okyh xSal ds v.kqvksa dk vkSlr osx gS&
3RT 8RT 2RT
(A) 0 (B) (C) (D)
M M M

2. 70 calories of heat is required to raise the temperature of 2 moles of an ideal gas at constant
pressure from 30° C to 35° C (R = 2 cal/mol–°C). The gas may be :
fdlh vkn'kZ xSl ds nks eksy dks vpj nkc ij 70 dSyksjh Å"ek iznku djus ls] bldk rki 30° C ls 35° C
gks tkrk gs rks xSl gks ldrh gS (R = 2 cal/mol–°C) :
(A) H2 (B) He (C) NH3 (D) None buesa ls dksbZ ugha

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3. Figure shows three temperature scales with the freezing and boiling point of water indicated.

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A change of 25 R°, 25 S° and 25 U° is denoted by x1, x2, x3 respectively. Which of the following is

correct :
ty ds xyukad ,oa DoFkukad fcUnqvksa dks n'kkZrs gq, fp=k esa rhu rkih; iSekus fn[kk;s x;s gSA 25 R°, 25 S°
rFkk 25 U° dk ifjorZu Øe'k% x1, x2, x3 }kjk O;Dr djrs gSA fuEu es dkSulk lR; gSA

20°R 120°S 300°U Boiling 20°R 120°S 300°U DoFkukad


point fcUnq

– 80°R 50°S 225°U Freezing – 80°R 50°S 225°U xyukad


point fcUnq
(A) x1 > x2 > x3 (B) x2 < x1 < x3 (C) x3 < x2 < x1 (D) x2 > x3 > x1

4. An ice block at 0°C is dropped from height ‘h’ above the ground. What should be the value of ‘h’ so
that it just melts completely by the time it reaches the bottom assuming the loss of whole
gravitational potential energy is used as heat by the ice ? [Given : Lf = 80 cal/gm]

,d cQZ ds VqdM+s dks 0°C ij tehu ls ‘h’ Å¡pkbZ ls fxjkrs gSA ‘h’ dk eku D;k gksuk pkfg, ftlls ;s tehu
rd igq¡pus ij iw.kZ :i ls fi?ky tk,aA lEiw.kZ xq:Roh; fLFkfrt ÅtkZ esa Ðkl ] cQZ dh Å"ek esa o`f) ds cjkcj
ekusaA [fn;k gS : Lf = 80 cal/gm]
(A) 33.6 m (B) 33.6 km (C) 8 m (D) 8 km

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5. According to maxwell's distribution law, numbers of moles between speed range v and v + dv are :

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(here n = total numbers of moles, m = mass of one molecule, T = temperature of the gas,
k = Boltzman's constant) :
esDlosy forj.k ds fu;ekuqlkj] pky ijkl v rFkk v + dv esa eksyksa dh la[;k gksxh : (;gk¡ n = eksyksa dh dqy
la[;k, m = ,d v.kq dk nzO;eku, T = xSl dk rki, k = cksYV~teu fu;rkad) :
3/2 mv 2 3/2 mv 2
2 m  2 m 
(A) dn  n   v2e 2kT
dv (B) dn  n   v3e 2kT
dv
  kT    kT 
3/2 mv 3 1/ 2 mv 2
2 m 2

2kT
2 m 2

kT
(C) dn  n   v e dv (D) dn  n   v e dv
  kT    kT 

6. In a process the pressure of an ideal gas is proportional to square of the volume of the gas. If the
temperature of the gas increases in this process, then work done by this gas:
(A) is positive (B) is negative (C) is zero (D) may be positive
fdlh izfØ;k esa vkn'kZ xSl dk nkc] xSl ds vk;ru ds oxZ ds lekuqikrh gSA ;fn bl izfØ;k esa xSl dk rki
c<+k;k tk;s] rks xSl }kjk fd;k x;k dk;Z -
(A) /kukRed gS (B) _.kkRed gS (C) 'kwU; gS (D) /kukRed gks ldrk gS

7. An ideal gas at temperature 'T' follows the law P2 = V where P is pressure and V is volume of gas,
Then the volume expansion co-efficient of gas is.
,d vkn'kZ xSl rkieku 'T' ij fu;e P2 = V dk vuqlj.k djrh gS tgk¡ P nkc o V xSl dk vk;ru gSA rc
xSl dk vk;ru izlkj xq.kkad gksxk
1 2 3 2
(A) (B) (C) (D)
T T T 3T

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8. An ideal gas with adiabatic exponent ( = 1.5) undergoes a process in which work done by the gas

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is same as increase in internal energy of the gas. The molar heat capacity of gas for the process
is:
:}ks"e xq.kkad ( = 1.5) okyh ,d vkn'kZ xSl ,d ,slh izfØ;k ls xqtjrh gS ftlesa xSl }kjk fd;k x;k dk;Z]
xSl dh vkUrfjd ÅtkZ esa o`f) ds cjkcj gSA bl izfØ;k ds fy, xSl dh eksyj Å"ek /kkfjrk gS &

(A) C = 4R (B) C = 0 (C) C= 2R (D) C = R

d
9. In Newton's law of cooling  K d . The proportionality constant K is K1 and K2 for two
dt
substances A and B having mass m1 and m2, surface area A1 and A2, specific heat S1 and S2,
e1 A m S 1
emissivity e1 and e2 respectively, it is given that  1, 1  1, 1  2, 1  , while surrounding
e2 A2 m2 S2 3
K1
temperature remain constant. Then :
K2
d
U;wVu ds 'khryu ds fu;ekuqlkj  K d gSA nks inkFkksZ A o B ds fy, lekuqikrh xq.kkad K Øe'k%
dt
K1 o K2 gS ftuds nzO;eku m1 o m2, i`"Bh; {ks=kQy A1 o A2, fof'k"V Å"ek S1 o S2 rFkk mRltZdrk e1 rFkk e2
e1 A m1 S 1
gS] ;g fn;k gqvk gS fd  1, 1  1,  2, 1  , tcfd okrkoj.k dk rkieku fu;r jgrk gSA rc
e2 A2 m2 S2 3
K1
gksxk :
K2
1 2 3 3
(A) (B) (C) (D)
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10. The specific heat of a monoatomic gas at costant pressure is measured to be 1.25 cal/gm–K.

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Molecular weight of monoatomic gas from this result is : (1 cal = 4.2 J , R = 8.4 J/mole–K):

fdlh ,d ijek.kfod vkn'kZ xSl dh vpj nkc ij fof'k"V Å"ek 1.25 cal/gm–K ekih xbZ gSA bl ifj.kke ls

,d ijek.kfod xSl dk vk.kfod Hkkj D;k gksxk : (1 cal = 4.2 J , R = 8.4 J/mole–K):

(A) 2 (B) 20 (C) 6.9 (D) 4

11. A slab of stone of area 0.36 m2 and thickness 0.1 m is exposed on the lower surface to steam at

100°C. A block of ice at 0°C rests on the upper surface of the slab. In one hour 4.8 kg of ice is

melted. The thermal conductivity of slab is approximately :(Given latent heat of fusion of

ice = 3.36 × 105 J kg–1)

iRFkj dh ,d ifêdk dk {ks=kQy 0.36 m2 gS vkSj mldh eksVkbZ 0.1 m gSA bldh fupyh lrg ¼i`"B½ 100°C

dh Hkki ds lEidZ esa gS vkSj bldh Åijh lrg ij 0°C dh cQZ dh ,d ifêdk j[kh gSA ftlls ,d ?kaVs esa

4.8 kg cQZ fi?ky tkrh gSA ;fn cQZ ds xyu dh xqIr Å"ek = 3.36 × 105 J kg–1 gks rks] iRFkj dh ifêdk dh

Å"ek pkydrk gksxh :

(A) 1.24 J/m/s/°C (B) 1.29 J/m/s/°C (C) 2.05 J/m/s/°C (D) 1.02 J/m/s/°C

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12. Initially tension in string is non-zero and water at 0ºC. Now temperature of water is increased

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slowly at constant rate(consider vaporisation of water also). Then tension in string with time will be
best represented as : (neglect change in volume of ball)
izkjEHk esa Mksjh eas ruko v'kwU; gS rFkk ty 0ºC ij gSA vc ty dk rkieku /khjs&/khjs fu;r nj ls c<+krs gS
(ty dk ok"iu Hkh ys ldrs gks)A rc Mksjh esa ruko dk le; ds lkFk lcls lgh izn'kZu dkSulk gksxkA :
(xsan ds vk;ru esa ifjorZu ux.; gSA)

(A) (B)

(C) (D)

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13. Two lines AC and BC are drawn on a circular disc as shown in figure. The disc is made of a

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material with linear expansion coefficients x > y. Here x and y are linear expansion coefficient
for expansion in x-direction and y-direction respectively. C is the centre of disc. If the disc is heated
uniformly. Angle ACB (=) will :
(A) Increase
(B) Decrease
(C) Remains constant
(D) May increase or decrease depending on value of temperature increment

nks js[kk AC rFkk BC fp=kkuqlkj o`Ùkkdkj pdrh ij [khaph tkrh gSA pdrh ,d inkFkZ ftldk js[kh; çlkj
xq.kkad x > y gS] ls cuh gqbZ gSA ;gk¡ x rFkk y Øe'k% x rFkk y fn'kk esa js[kh; çlkj xq.kkad gSA C pdrh dk
dsUnz gSA ;fn pdrh dks ,dleku :i ls xeZ fd;k tkrk gSA rc dks.k ACB (=) :
(A) c<+sxk
(B) ?kVsxk
(C) fu;r jgsxk
(D) c<+ ;k ?kV ldrk gS rki o`f) ds eku ij fuHkZj djrk gS

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14. Two bodies A and B have same surface area and mass. The bodies have absolute temperature

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TA and TB and emissivities eA and eB and specific heat capacities SA and SB. The intensity of
radiation near a given wavelength E is plotted against wavelength  of radiation for both bodies.
Which of the following is possible option :
nks oLrq A rFkk B ds lrg dk {ks=kQy ,oa nzO;eku leku gSA budk ijerki Øe'k% TA rFkk TB] bldh
mRltZdrk Øe'k% eA rFkk eB ,oa fof'k"V Å"ek /kkfjrk Øe'k% SA rFkk SB gSA nh xbZ rjaxnS/;Z  ds laxr]
mRlftZr fofdj.k dh rhozrk E dk xzkQ nksauk oLrqvksa ds fy, fp=k esa çnf'kZr gSA rks fuEu esa ls dkSulk fodYi
lgh gksxk &

(A) TA = TB , eA  eB , SA = SB (B) TA = TB , eA = eB , SA  SB
(C) TA  TB , eA = eB , SA = SB (D) TA  TB , eA = eB , SA  SB

dN  3 N0  2
15. For a gas sample with N0 number of molecules, function N(V) is given by : N(V) =  V
dV  V03 
for 0  V  V0 and N(V) = 0 for V > V0. Where dN is number of molecules in speed range
V to V+ dV. The rms speed of the molecules is :
dN  3 N0  2
N0 v.kq la[;k okys ,d xSl çfrn'kZ (uewus) esa 0  V  V0 ds fy, Qyu : N(V) =   V }kjk
dV  V03 
rFkk V > V0 ds fy, N(V) = 0 ls fn;k tkrk gSA tgk¡ pky ijkl V ls V + dV rd ds fy, v.kq la[;k dN gSsA
v.kqvksa dh oxZ ek/; ewy pky gksxhA
2 3
(A) V0 (B) V0 (C) 2 V0 (D) 3 V0
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SECTION - II

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Integer value correct Type
This section contains 15 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit integer,
ranging from 0 to 9 (both inclusive).
[k.M - II
iw.kk±d eku lgh çdkj
bl [k.M esa 15 ç'u gSaA çR;sd ç'u dk mÙkj 0 ls 9 rd ¼nksuksa 'kkfey½ ds chp dk ,dy vadh; iw.kk±d gSA

16. One mole of an ideal gas ( = 1.4) at 500 K, is filled in an adiabatic cylinder. The piston is free to
move against atmospheric pressure. A non–conducting fan is inserted into the gas space and
rotated vigorously, so that the gas expands slowly, till its volume is doubled. If the work done by
the fan in 2x kJ. Then find x: (Take R = 8 J/mole.K, neglect heat capacity of the cylinder, piston
and the fan).
,d :)ks"e ik=k esa ,d eksy vkn'kZ xSl ( = 1.4) dks 500 K rki ij j[kk x;k gSA fiLVu ok;qe.Myh; nkc ds
fo:) xfr djus ds fy, LorU=k gSA ,d vpkyd ia[ks dks xSl ds vUnj j[kdj rsth ls ?kqek;k tkrk gS] rkfd
xSl /khjs&/khjs nqxquk vk;ru gksus rd çlkfjr gksrh gSA ;fn bl nkSjku ia[ks }kjk fd;k x;k dk;Z 2x, kJ gSA
rks x Kkr djksA (R = 8 J/mole.K, ik=k, fiLVu vkSj ia[ks dh Å"ek /kkfjrk dks ux.; ekusa)

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17. A gas consisting of rigid di–atomic molecules (degree of freedom = 5) at pressure P0 = 105 N/m2

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and temperature 273 K was compressed adiabatically 5 times. The mean kinetic energy of rotating
molecules in final state is n × 10–21 J. Find value of ‘n’. (K = 1.38 × 10–23, (5)2/5 = 1.90).
,d xSl n`<+ f}&ijek.kqd v.kqvksa (Lokra=k dksfV = 5) ls cuh gSA bls nkc P0 = 105 N/m2 o rki 273 K ij
:)ks"e :i ls 5 xquk rd lEihfM+r fd;k x;kA vfUre voLFkk esa v.kqvksa dh vkSlr ?kw.kZu xfrt ÅtkZ
n × 10–21 J gSA ‘n’ dk eku Kkr dhft,A (K = 1.38 × 10–23, (5)2/5 = 1.90).

18. When x gm of steam at 100ºC is mixed with y gm of ice at 0ºC, we obtain (x + y) gm of water at
100ºC. Then ratio y/x is equal to - (Latent heats of fusion & vapourisation are equal to 80 cal/gm
and 540 cal/gm respectively:
tc 100ºC dh x gm ok"i dks 0ºC ds y gm cQZ ds lkFk feyk;k tkrk gS rks (x + y) gm ikuh 100ºC ij çkIr
gksrk gS rks y/x dk vuqikr gksxk - (xyu dh xqIr Å"ek rFkk ok"iu dh xqIr Å"ek Øe'k% 80 cal/gm rFkk
540 cal/gm gS :

19. For a new scale of temperature called ºP scale (which is linear and total division of the new scale
is 200) the freezing and boiling points of water are 25ºP and 225ºP respectively. If the temperature
on new scale corresponding to 25ºC on the celsius scale is 25 × t°P. Then find t.
rki iSekus ds ,d u;s Ldsy esa ºP esa ifjHkkf"kr gS rFkk ;g ifjorZu js[kh; :i ls cnyrk gSA blesa ty dk
fgekad 25ºP rFkk DoFkukad 225ºP gS rks 25ºC dk rki bl u;s iSekus esa 25 × t°P ls çnf'kZr dj ldrs gS
(;gk¡ u;s rki iSekus esa dqy Hkkxksa dh la[;k (new scale division) 200 gS) rks t dk eku Kkr djksA

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20. 0.5 kg ice at 0ºC is mixed with 2 kg water at 30ºC. The final temperature of mixture is. XºC. Find X.

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(latent heat of ice is (Lf) = 3.36 × 105 J /kg and specific heat of water is 4200 J kg–1 ºc–1 .
0ºC ij fLFkr 0.5 kg cQZ dks 30ºC okys 2 kg ikuh ds lkFk feyk;k tkrk gSA feJ.k dk vfUre rkieku
XºC gSA rks X Kkr djksA (cQZ dh xqIr Å"ek (Lf) = 3.36 × 105 J /kg rFkk ikuh dh fof'k"V Å"ek 4200 J kg–1 ºc–1
gSA)

21. 4 gm of steam at 100°C is added to 20 gm of water at 46°C in a container of negligible mass. Assuming
no heat is lost to surrounding, the mass of water in container at thermal equilibrium is 11x gm. Calculate
'x'. (Latent heat of vaporisation = 540 cal/gm. Specific heat of water = 1 cal/gm-°C)
4 xzke Hkki tks fd 100°C ij gS dks 46°C okys 20 xzke ikuh ds lkFk ,sls ik=k esa feyk;k tkrk gS ftldk nzO;eku
ux.; gSA ;g ekfu;s fd okrkoj.k dks dksbZ Å"ek dh gkfu ugh gksrh gSA rkih; lkE;oLFkk ij ik=k esa ikuh dk nzO;eku
11x gm gks rks 'x' dk eku gksxk. ¼ok"iu dh xqIr Å"ek = 540 cal/gm, ikuh dh fof'k"V Å"ek = 1 cal/gm-°C)

22. A metal rod A of length 25cm expands by 0.05 cm when its temperature is raised from 0ºC to
100ºC. Another rod B of a different metal of length 40cm expands by 0.04 for the same rise in
temperature. A third rod C of length 50cm is made up of pieces of rods A and B placed end to end
expands by 0.03 cm on heating form 0ºC to 50ºC. The length of metal A in composite rod C is
5X cm. Find X.
25cm yEckbZ dh /kkrq dh NM+ A dk rkieku tc 0ºC ls 100ºC rd c<+krs gS rks bldh yEckbZ esa o`f)
0.05 cm gksrh gSA 40cm yEckbZ dh fHkUu /kkrq dh vU; NM+ B ds rkieku esa leku ifjorZu djus ij bldh
yEckbZ esa 0.04 cm dh o`f) gksrh gSA NM+ A rFkk B ds VqdM+ksa dks ,d nwljs ds fljksa ls tksM+dj 50 cm yEckbZ
dh NM+ cukbZ tkrh gSA bldks 0°C ls 50ºC rd xeZ djus ij bldh yEckbZ esa 0.03 cm dh o`f) gksrh gSA
;fn NM+ C esa Hkkx A dh yEckbZ 5X cm gks rks X Kkr djksA

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23. 4 moles of H2 at 500 K is mixed with 2 moles of He at 400K .The mixture attains a temperature T

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and volume V. Now the mixture is compressed adiabatically to a volume V’ and temperature T’.
n
T  V 
If    , find the value of 13n.
T  V 
500 K ij H2 ds 4 eksy dks 400 K ij He ds 2 eksyksa ds lkFk feyk;k tkrk gSA feJ.k dk rkieku T rFkk
vk;ru V gSA vc feJ.k dks vk;ru V’ rFkk rki T’ rd :)ks"e :i ls lEihfM+r fd;k tkrk gS rFkk ;fn
n
T  V 
   , 13n dk eku Kkr djksA
T  V 

24. During an adiabatic process, the pressure of a gas is proportional to the cube of its absolute
C m
temperature. If the value of P for that gas is , where n is a prime number, then find the value
Cv n
of m+n.
,d :)ks"e izØe ,slk gS fd xSl dk nkc blds ije rki dh rhu ?kkr (Cube) ds lekuqikrh izkIr gksrk gSA
C m
;fn P ds fy;s bl xSl dk eku izkIr gks rks tgk¡ n iw.kZ la[;k gS rks m+n dk eku Kkr djsA
Cv n

25. A monoatomic ideal gas follows the process :


,d vkn'kZ ,d ijek.koh; xSl çØe dh ikyuk djrh gS
TV3/2 = constant fu;rkad
 5R 
The molar specific heat for this process is   . where R is gas constant. Find the value of 'y'.
 y 
 5R 
bl çØe ds fy, eksyj fof'k"V Å"ek   . gS tgk¡ R xSl fu;rkad gSA 'y' dk eku Kkr dhft,A
 y 

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26. A liquid of density 0.8 gm/cm3 flows through a thermally insulated container at the rate of

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5 cm3/sec. Heat is added to the liquid by means of a 210W heating coil and a temperature
difference of 15°C is established in steady state between inflow and outflow. If specific heat of
x
liquid is cal/gm-°C. Then find the value of x? (1 cal = 4.2 J)
6
0.8 gm/cm3 ?kuRo dk ,d nzo 5 cm3/sec. dh nj ls m"eh; dwpkyd ik=k ls izokfgr gksrk gSA 210W dh
m"eh; dq.Myh }kjk m"ek nzo dks nh tkrh gS ftlls LFkk;h voLFkk esa vUnj izokfgr rFkk ckgj izokfgr nzo ds
x
e/; 15°C dk rkikUrj LFkkfir gks tkrk gSA ;fn nzOk dh fof'k"V Å"ek cal/gm-°C gS rc x dk eku Kkr
6
djks (1 cal = 4.2 J)

27. A compound rod, 2m long is constructed of a solid steel core, 1cm in diameter surrounded by
copper casing whose outside diameter is 2cm. The outer surface of rod is thermally insulated. One
end is maintained at 100ºC and other at 0ºC. What fraction (in %) of heat current is carried by steel
core. (Ksteel = 12 cal/m-K, Kcopper = 92 cal/m-K).
2m yEch la;qDr NM+, 1cm O;kl ds Bksl LVhy ØksM+ ls cuh gS tks 2cm ckº; O;kl dh rkez vkoj.k ls f?kjh gqbZ gSA
NM+ dk ckº; i`"B Å"eh; :) gSA bldk ,d fljk 100ºC rki ij rFkk nwljk fljk 0ºC rki ij j[kk x;k gSA LVhy
ØksM+ }kjk Å"eh; /kkjk dk fdruk Hkkx (% esa) ogu fd;k x;k gSA (Ksteel = 12 cal/m-K, Kcopper = 92 cal/m-K).

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28. 2 moles of oxygen and 5 moles of helium are put in a rigid container at temperature 300 K. Heat of

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25 calories is added to the gaseous mixture. Take R= 2 cal/mole K. The increase in temperature
of the gas will be (in K) :
vkWDlhtu ds 2 eksy rFkk ghfy;u ds 5 eksy 300 K rki ,d n`<+ ik=k esa j[ks gSA 25 dSyksjh Å"ek dks xSlh;
feJ.k esa feyk;k tkrk gSA R= 2 cal/mole K yhft,A xSl ds rki esa o`f) gksxh (K esa)A

29. A glass bottle when full of mercury has mass 1123 gm. When it is heated through 20ºC, the mass
of the mercury expelled is 3 gm. If the mass of empty glass bottle is 15x gm. Then find the value of
x.('glass = 1 × 10–5 /ºC (linear expansion of glass). Hg = 18 × 10–5 /ºC (volume expansion of mercury)
,d dkap dh cksry esa 1123 gm. ikjk Hkjk gqvk gS tc bls 20ºC, rki ls xqtkjk tkrk gSA rc 3 gm.
nzO;eku ikjk ckgj fudy tkrk gSA ;fn [kkyh dkap dh cksry dk nzO;eku 15x gm. gks rc x dk eku Kkr
djksA ('glass = 1 × 10–5 /ºC (dkap dk js[kh; izlkj xq.kkad ) Hg = 18 × 10–5 /ºC (ikjs dk vk;ru izlkj xq.kkad)

30. A sphere P(emissivity=1) of radius 2R and and another sphere Q(emissivity =1/2) of radius R are
placed in vacuum at some distance.There are no other objects. The temperature of the sphere Q
is maintained at 200K by the means of a heater. A fraction 1/32 of the power emitted by the
sphere Q falls on the sphere P. If the equilibrium temperature of the sphere P is 10 T, find the
value of T.
,d 2R f=kT;k dk ,d xksyk P (mRltZdrk =1) rFkk R f=kT;k dk vU; xksyk Q(mRltZdrk =1/2) dqN nwjh ij
fuokZr esa j[ks gq, gSaA ogkW vU; dksbZ oLrq,sa ugha gSA xksys Q dk rki ghVj dh lgk;rk ls 200K ij O;ofLFkr
j[kk tkrk gSA xksys Q }kjk mRlftZr 'kfDr dk 1/32 va'k xksys P ij fxjrk gSA ;fn xksys P dk lkE;rki 10 T
gS, rks T dk eku Kkr djksA

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PART-II : CHEMISTRY
Atomic masses : [H = 1, D = 2, Li = 7, C = 12, N = 14, O = 16, F = 19, Na = 23, Mg = 24, Al = 27, Si = 28,

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P = 31, S = 32, Cl = 35.5, K = 39, Ca = 40, Cr = 52, Mn = 55, Fe = 56, Cu = 63.5, Zn = 65, As = 75,
Br = 80, Ag = 108, I = 127, Ba = 137, Hg = 200, Pb = 207]

SECTION – I ([k.M- I)
Straight Objective Type (lh/ks oLrqfu"B izdkj)
This section contains 15 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for
its answer, out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
(bl [k.M esa 15 cgq&fodYih iz'u gSaA izR;sd iz'u ds 4 fodYi (A), (B), (C) rFkk (D) gSa] ftuesa ls flQZ ,d lgh gSA)

3
31. For a liquid, enthalpy of fusion is 1.435 × 10 cal/mol and molar entropy change is 5.26 cal/mol K.
Melting point of the liquid is :
,d nzo ds fy, laxyu dh ,UFkSYih 1.435 × 103 cal/mol o eksyj ,UVªksih ifjorZu 5.26 cal/mol K gS rks nzo
dk DoFkaukd gksxk &
(A) 273 K (B) 300 K
(C) 473 K (D) 0 K

32. Find the H0f for CuSO4.5H2O(s) from following data.


o
Ä HSolution for CuSO4.5H2O(s)= +8kJ/mol

Hof [CuSO 4 (s)] = -773kJ/mol


Ho for CuSO4 (s)  CuSO4 .5H2O(aq.) = -66kJ/mol
HofH2O(l )  -286kJ/mol
(A) +2277 kJ/mol (B) –2277 kJ/mol
(C) –2167 kJ/mol (D) None of these

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fuEu vk¡dM+ksa ls CuSO4.5H2O(s) ds fy, H0f Kkr dhft,A
fy, Ä Hofoy;u =+ 8kJ/mol

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CuSO4.5H2O(s) ds

Hof [CuSO 4 (s)] = -773kJ/mol


CuSO4 (s)  CuSO4 .5H2O(aq.) ds fy, Hº = -66kJ/mol
HofH2O(l )  -286kJ/mol
(A) +2277 kJ/mol (B) –2277 kJ/mol (C) –2167 kJ/mol (D) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
33. Which of the following statement is not correct about C3O2 ?
(A) It is an anhydride of malonic acid.
(B) All -bonds are in same plane.
(C) It has linear structure.
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(D) When heated to about 200 C gives CO2 and C.
fuEu esa ls dkSulk dFku C3O2 ds ckjs esa lgh ugha gS \
(A) ;g esyksfud vEy dk ,ugkbMªkbM gSA
(B) lHkh -ca/k leku ry esa gSaA
(C) ;g js[kh; lajpuk j[krk gSA
o
(D) tc bls yxHkx 200 C rd xeZ djrs gS] rks ;g CO2 rFkk C nsrk gSA

34. Fake diamond can be checked by-


(A) By measurement of thermal conductivity. (B) By checking mass.
(C) By checking density. (D) By checking clarity.
udyh ghjs dks fuEu izdkj ij[kk tk ldrk gS&
(A) rkih; pkydrk ds ekiu }kjk (B) nzO;eku dh tk¡p djds
(C) ?kuRo dh tk¡p djds (D) ikjn'khZrk dh tk¡p djds

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35. Which of the following statement is incorrect ?
(A) Cp,m - Cv,m = R for all ideal gases.

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(B) When a substance is in its thermodynamic standard state the temperature must be 25 C.
(C) Sm for any element in its reference form is taken to be zero when T → 0 K.
(D) The work done by a closed system can exceed the decrease in the system’s internal energy.
fuEu esa ls dkSulk dFku xyr gS\
(A) lHkh vkn'kZ xSlksa ds fy, Cp,m - Cv,m = R
o
(B) tc inkFkZ bldh Å"ekxfrd ekud voLFkk esa gksrk gS rks rki 25 C gksuk pkfg,A
(C) Sm fdlh Hkh rRo ds laxr :i esa blds fy, 'kwU; fy;k tkrk gS tc T → 0 K.
(D) ,d can fudk; }kjk fd;k x;k dk;Z fudk; dh vkUrfjd ÅtkZ esa deh dks c<+k ldrk gSA

36. Which of the following option is incorrect for adiabatic compression ?


(A) W irrev> W rev (B) Uirrev> Urev (C) Tirrev< Trev (D) Virrev> Vrev
fuEu esa ls dkSulk fodYi :)ks"eh; lEihMu ds fy, xyr gS \
(A) W vuqRØ-> W mRØ- (B) U vuqRØ-> UmRØ- (C) T vuqRØ-< TmRØ- (D) V vuqRØ-> VmRØ-

37. Find the work done when one mol of a real gas (a, b are vanderWall’s constant) is expanded
reversibly from initial volume v1 to v2. (assume constant Temperature ‘T’)
fd;k x;k dk;Z Kkr dhft, tc okLrfod xSl (a, b ok.MjokWy fu;rkad gS) dk ,d eksy izkjfEHkd vk;ru v1
ls v2 rd mRØe.kh; :Ik ls izlkfjr gksrk gSA (ekuk fu;r rki ‘T’)
v2 - b  1 1 v2 - b  1 1
(A) W= nRTn +a  -  (B) –W= RTn +a  - 
v1 - b  v 2 v1  v1 - b  v 2 v1 
v2 - b  1 1
(C) W= -RTn +a  -  (D) None of these buesa ls dksbZ ugha
v1 - b  v 2 v1 
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38. Inhalation of silica dust for a long time may lead a disease-
(A) Silicosis (B) Siliconisis (C) Siliconolytics (D) All of these

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yEcs le; rd flfydk pw.kZ dks 'okl esa [khaspus ij fuEu fcekjh gks ldrh gS &
(A) flfydksfll (B) flfydksfufll (C) flfydksuksykbfVDl (D) ;s lHkh

39. Cross-linked polymer silicone is obtained by hydrolysis of –


fr;Zd caf/kr cgqyd flfydkWu fuEu ds tyvi?kVu ds }kjk izkIr gksrk gS&
(A) (CH3)2SiCl2 (B) CH3SiCl3 (C) (CH3)3SiCl (D) SiCl4

40. Which of the following name reaction is used for the conversion of ketone into hydrocarbon ?
(A) Aldol condensation (B) Wolff Kishner reduction
(C) Reimer-tiemann reaction (D) Perkin condensation
fuEu esa ls dkSulh uke vfHkfØ;k fdVksu dks gkbMªksdkcZu esa :ikUrj.k ds fy, iz;qDr gksrh gS \
(A) ,YMksy la?kuu (B) oqYQ fd'kuj vip;u
(C) jkbej-fVeku vfHkfØ;k (D) ifdZu la?kuu

41. Observe the following reaction


NH  PO
P 
3
 Q   R 
2 5
 C2H5CN
The functional group which is present in compound 'P'
(A) Carboxylic acid (B) Amide (C) Alcohol (D) Anhydride
fuEu vfHkfØ;k dk voyksdu dhft,&
NH  PO
P  3
 Q   R 2 5
 C2H5CN
;kSfxd 'P' esa dkSulk fØ;kRed lewg mifLFkr gS&
(A) dkcksZfDlfyd vEy (B) ,ekbM (C) ,YdksgkWy (D) ,ugkbMªkbM

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42. In which of the following pairs of resonating structures first resonating structure is more stable than
second?

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vuquknh lajpukvksa ds fuEu ;qXe esa ls fdlesa izFke vuquknh lajpuk] f}rh; vuquknh lajpuk ls vf/kd
LFkk;h gS\

(A)  (B) 

(C)  (D) 

43. Propionic acid with Br2 + red P yields a dibromo product. Its structure would be
izksfi;ksfud vEy Br2+ yky P ds lkFk fØ;k djds Mkbczkseks mRikn cukrk gS bldh lajpuk gksxh&

(A) CH2Br —CHBr—COOH (B)

(C) CH2Br —CH2—COBr (D)

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44. Which of the following is product of given reaction
HO OH
PCC

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(Pyridinium
Chlorochromate)

CH2OH
fuEu esa ls dkSulk nh x;h vfHkfØ;k dk mRikn gS &
HO OH

PCC
¼fijhMhuh;e Dyksjks ØksesV½

CH2OH

O O O O
(A) (B)

CHO COOH
O O
HO OH
(C) (D) None of these buesa ls dksbZ ugha

COOH
45. When acetaldehyde is heated with Fehling solution, a red precipitate is formed. The colour is given
by :
tc ,lhVSfYMgkbM dks Qsgfyax foy;u ds lkFk xeZ djrs gS rc yky vo{ksi curk gSA jax fdlds }kjk izkIr
gksrk gS%
(A) Cu2O (B) Cu (C) CuO (D) CuSO4

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SECTION – II ([k.M – II)

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Integer value correct Type (iw.kk±d eku lgh çdkj)
This section contains 15 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit integer, ranging from
0 to 9 (both inclusive). (bl [k.M esa 15 ç'u gSaA çR;sd ç'u dk mÙkj 0 ls 9 rd ¼nksuksa 'kkfey½ ds chp dk ,dy
vadh; iw.kk±d gSA)

46. How many of the following process is/are spontaneous ?


(A) Formation of curd from milk after doing initiation.
o
(B) Conversion of C(graphite)→ C(diamond) at 25 C
(C) ÄH < 0 and ÄS > 0 for any process.
(D) ÄSsys > 0 for any process.
o
(E) H2O() → H2O(g) at 105 C and 1atm pressure.
(F) Leakage of gas from a hole.
fuEu esa ls fdrus izØe Lor% gksrs gS@gSa\
(A) izkjEHku ds i'pkr~ nw/k ls ngh dk fuekZ.kA
(B) 25ºC ij C(xzsQkbV)→ C(ghjk) dk :ikUrj.k A
(C) fdlh Hkh izØe ds fy, ÄH < 0 rFkk ÄS > 0
(D) fdlh Hkh izØe ds fy, ÄSsys > 0
(E) 105ºC rFkk 1atm nkc ij H2O() → H2O(g)
(F) ,d fNnz ls xSl dk fjlkoA
2
47. A sample of an ideal gas is expanded from 1L to 4L in a reversible process for which P = kV . The
work done by gas is 63 atmL. What is the value of ‘k’ ?
,d vkn'kZ xSl dk ,d izkn'kZ ,d mRØe.kh; izØe esa 1L ls 4L rd izlkfjr gksrk gS ftlds fy, P = kV2 gSA
xSl }kjk fd;k x;k dk;Z 63 atmL gSA ‘k’ dk eku D;k gS\

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48. How many of the following physical properties are intensive ?
(i) internal energy (ii) heat capacity (iii) enthalpy (iv) molar energy

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(v) refractive index (vi) temperature (vii) kinetic energy (viii) vapour pressure
(ix) density
fuEu esa ls fdrus HkkSfrd xq.k ek=kk LorU=k gSa \
(i) vkUrfjd ÅtkZ (ii) Å"ek/kkfjrk (iii) ,UFkSYih (iv) eksyj ÅtkZ
(v) viorZukad (vi) rki (vii) xfrt ÅtkZ (viii) ok"i nkc
(ix) ?kuRo

49. A monoatomic ideal gas at room temperature is allowed to expand at constant pressure of 2 atm.
The fraction of heat supplied which is available for external work is
p (simplest integer ratio).
q
What is the value of (p + q) ?
,d ,dy ijek.oh; vkn'kZ xSl dejs ds rki ij 2 atm fu;r nkc ij izlkfjr gksrh gSA izokfgr Å"ek dk
izHkkt tks ckg~; dk;Z ds fy, p (ljyre iw.kkZd vuqikr) miyC/k gSA (p + q) dk eku D;k gS \
q

x
50. Two moles of an ideal monoatomic gas is mixed with one mole of a diatomic gas. If  mix is
y
(simplest integer ratio). Find (x - y).
,d vkn'kZ ,dy ijek.oh; xSl ds nks eksyksa dks f}ijek.oh; xSl ds ,d eksy ds lkFk fefJr fd;k tkrk gSA
x
;fn  feJ.k (ljyre iw.kkZd vuqikr) gS] rks (x - y) Kkr dhft,A
y

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51. The formula of asbestos is [CaxMg5(Si4O11)2(OH)y]. The value of (2x-y) is

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,LcsLVkWl dk lw=k [CaxMg5(Si4O11)2(OH)y] gSA (2x-y) dk eku gksxk &

52. When PbO2 heated with concentrated H2SO4, a gas is evolved, if molecular mass of gas is x. Find

x
value of .
4

tc PbO2 dks lkUnz H2SO4 ds lkFk xeZ fd;k tkrk gS] rks xSl fu"dkflr gksrh gSA ;fn xSl dk vkf.od

x
nzO;eku x gS] rks dk eku Kkr dhft,A
4

53. How many of following salts are amphoteric in nature PbO, PbO2 , SnO, SnO2 , CO, CO2 , SiO2 ,

GeO2 , GeO ?

fuEu esa ls fdrus yo.k mHk;/kehZa izÑfr ds gSa & PbO, PbO2 , SnO, SnO2 , CO, CO2 , SiO2 , GeO2 , GeO?

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54. H2C2O4 
 gas(A)+ gas(B)+ liquid(C)

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Gas(A) burns with blue flame and is oxidized to gas (B). Gas(B) turns lime water milky.
3 NH ,
Gas(A) + Cl2  (D)  (E)
What is the molecularity of (E) ?

 xSl (A) + xSl (B) + nzo(C)


H2C2 O 4 

xSl (A) uhyh Tokyk ds lkFk tyrh gS rFkk ;g xSl (B) esa vkWDlhÑr gksrh gSA xSl (B) pwus ds ikuh dks nwf/k;k
djrh gSA
NH , 
xSxSll (A) +Cl2  ( D)  ( E )
3

(E) dh v.kqdrk D;k gS \

55. Stannic chloride is found in many hydrated forms. Butter of tin is one of them. What is the number
of water of crystallization in it ?
LVsfud DyksjkbM vusd ty;ksftr :iksas esa ik;k tkrk gSA fVu dk eD[ku (Butter of tin) buesa ls ,d gSA
blesa fØLVyhÑr ty dh la[;k D;k gS \

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56. How many molecules or ions have equally stable resonating structures ?
fuEu esa ls fdrus v.kq ;k vk;u leku LFkkf;Ro okyh vuquknh lajpuk,¡ j[krs gSa\

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(i) (ii) (iii) (iv)

57. Observe the following carbocation and write the total number of hydrogen atoms involved in
hyperconjugation?
fuEUkfyf[kr dkcZ/kuk;u dk voyksdu djds crkb;s fd blesa vfrla;qXeu esa dqy fdrus gkbMªkstu ijek.kq
lfEefyr gS\

– 
CH3 COO H3 O
58.  
   product (mRikn)

How many -bonds are present in the final product of following reaction.
mijksDr vfHkfØ;k ds vfUre mRikn esa fdrus -cU/k mifLFkr gSaA

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59. How many p-orbitals are participated in the delocalisation of electrons in the given ion ?

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fn;s x;s vk;u eas fdrus p-d{kd bysDVªksuksa ds foLFkkuhdj.k esa Hkkx ys jgs gSa \

60. In how many of the following compounds Hyperconjugation effect is observed -

fuEu esa ls fdrus ;kSfxdksa esa vfrla;qXeu izHkko izsf{kr gksrk gS &

(A) C6H5–CH = CH2 (B) Ph–CH3 (C)

(D) (E) (F)

(G) (H) (I)

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PART-III : MATHEMATICS

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SECTION – I ([k.M- I)
Straight Objective Type (lh/ks oLrqfu"B izdkj )
This section contains 15 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for
its answer, out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
bl [k.M esa 15 cgq&fodYih iz'u gSaA izR;sd iz'u ds 4 fodYi (A), (B), (C) rFkk (D) gSa] ftuesa ls flQZ ,d lgh gSA
61. In a certain town 25% families own a phone and 15% own a car, 65% families own neither a phone
nor a car. 2000 families own both a car and a phone. Consider the following statements in this
regard :
1. 10% families own both a car and a phone.
2. 35% families own either a car or a phone.
3. 40,000 families live in the town.
Which of the above statements are correct ?
(A) 1 and 2 (B) 1 and 3
(C) 2 and 3 (D) 1, 2 and 3
,d dLcs esa 25% ifjokj esa Qksu gS] 15% ifjokj ds ikl dkj rFkk 65% ifjokjksa esa u rks Qksu gS u gh dkj
gSA ;fn 2000 ifjokjksa esa Qksu o dkj nksuksa gS] rc fuEu dFkuksa dks mijksDr lanHkZ esa nsf[k,&
1. 10% ifjokjksa esa dkj rFkk Qksu nksuksa gSA
2. 35% ifjokj ,sls gS ftuds ikl ;k rks dkj gS ;k Qksu gSA
3. dqy ifjokjksa dh la[;k 40,000 gSA
mijksDr dFkuksa esa ls lR; dFku gS ?
(A) 1 vkSj 2 (B) 1 vkSj 3
(C) 2 vkSj 3 (D) 1, 2 vkSj 3

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62. Let R be a relation defined by

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R = {(x, x3) | x is a prime number < 10 } then which of the following is true
ekuk ,d lEcU/k R fuEu gS
R = {(x, x3) | vHkkT; la[;k x < 10 } rc fuEu esa ls dkSulk lR; gS
(A) R = {(1, 1), (2, 8), (3, 27), (4, 64), (5, 125), (6, 216), (7, 343), (8, 512), (9, 729)}
(B) R = {(2, 8), (3, 27), (5, 125), (7, 343)
(C) R = {(2, 8), (4, 64), (6, 216), (8, 512)}
(D) none of these (buesa ls dksbZ ugha)

63. The relation xy2 = x2y defined on set of real numbers is


(A) reflexive and symmetric (B) symmetric and transitive
(C) reflexive and transitive (D) equivalence
okLrfod la[;kvksa ij ifjHkkf"kr lEcU/k xy = x y gS&
2 2

(A) LorqY; vkSj lefer (B) lefer vkSj laØked


(C) LorqY; vkSj laØked (D) rqY;rk

64. Which of the following is not true (where p, q and r are simple statement, t is a tautology and c is a
contradiction)
fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSulk lR; ugha gS tcfd p, q, r lR;eku j[krs gS rFkk t iqu:Dr (tautology) gS rFkk c
fojks/kkHkkl gS&
(A) p  p  p (B) p v t = t
(C) p  c = c (D) p v (q  r) = (p v q) v (p v r)

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65. Statement- 1 : Negation of p  q is p  (~q)

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Statement- 2 : p  q is equivalent to ~p  q
(A) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is a correct explanation for Statement-1
(B) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is NOT a correct explanation for
Statement-1
(C) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is False
(D) Statement-1 is False, Statement-2 is True
dFku 1 : p  q dk udkjkRed dFku p  (~q) gSA
dFku 2 : p  q dFku ~p  q ds rqY; gSA
(A) dFku&1 lR; gS] dFku&2 lR; gS ; dFku&2, dFku&1 dk lgh Li"Vhdj.k gSA
(B) dFku&1 lR; gS] dFku&2 lR; gS ; dFku&2, dFku&1 dk lgh Li"Vhdj.k ugha gSA
(C) dFku&1 lR; gS] dFku&2 vlR; gSA
(D) dFku&1 vlR; gS] dFku&2 lR; gSA

66. If x = 5 and y = –2 then x – 2y = 9. The contrapositive of this statement is


(A) If x – 2y = 9 then x = 5 and y = –2 (B) If x – 2y  9 then x  5 and y  –2
(C) If x – 2y  9 then x  5 or y  –2 (D) If x – 2y  9 then either x  5 or y = –2
;fn x = 5 rFkk y = –2 gS] rks x – 2y = 9 bl dFku dk çfrifjofrZr gS&
(A) ;fn x – 2y = 9 rc x = 5 rFkk y = –2 (B) ;fn x – 2y  9 rc x  5 rFkk y  –2

(C) ;fn x – 2y  9 rc x  5 ;k y  –2 (D) ;fn x – 2y  9 rc ;k rks x  5 ;k y = –2

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67. If p, q, r are statements, with truth values TRUE, FALSE, TRUE respectively then the truth value of

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(~ p  q )  ~ r  p is
(A) TRUE (B) FALSE
(C) FALSE, because r is TRUE (D) FALSE, because p is TRUE
;fn p, q, r dFku gS ftuds lR; eku Øe'k% TRUE, FALSE, TRUE gS rc (~ p  q )  ~ r  p dk
lR; eku gksxk
(A) lR; (B) vlR;
(C) vlR; ;fn r lR; gSA (D) vlR; ;fn p lR; gSA

68. Consider the following argument :


"If it is a good watch then it is a Titan watch. It is a Titan watch therefore it is a good watch". This
argument is
(A) Valid
(B) invalid
(C) may be valid or invalid
(D) invalid if conditional connective is replaced by biconditional connective
^^;fn ;g vPNh ?kM+h gS rks ;g VkbVu ?kM+h gSA ;g VkbVu ?kM+h gS vFkkZr~ ;g vPNh ?kM+h gS" ;g rdZ gS&
(A) oS|

(B) voS|

(C) oS| vFkok voS| esa ls dqN Hkh


(D) voS| ;fn izfrcfU/kr la;kstd dks f}izfrcfU/kr la;kstd ls izfrLFkkfir fd;k tk,

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69. Consider statement “ If I do not work, I will sleep. If I am worried, I will not sleep. Therefore if

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I am worried, I will work.” This statement is
(A) valid (B) invalid
(C) a fallacy (D) none of these
dFku yhft, “ ;fn eSa dk;Z ugha djrk] eSa lksÅxk¡A ;fn eSa fpfUrr g¡w ] eSa ugha lksÅxk¡A blfy, ;fn eSa fpfUrr g¡w]
esa dk;Z d:xk¡ ” ;g dFku gS&
(A) oS| (B) voS|
(C) fojks/kksfDr (D) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
15 15 15 15
2 2 2
70. If x i  45 , A =   x – 2 i , B=   x – 3 i and C =   x – 5 i then
i 1 i 1 i 1 i 1
STATEMENT-1 : min(A, B, C) = A
STATEMENT-2 : The sum of squares of deviations is least when taken from mean.
(A) Statement -1 is True, Statement -2 is True ; Statement -2 is a correct explanation for
Statement -1
(B) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True ; Statement-2 is NOT a correct explanation for
Statement-1
(C) Statement -1 is True, Statement -2 is False
(D) Statement -1 is False, Statement -2 is True
15 15 15 15
2 2 2
;fn  xi  45 , A =   xi – 2  , B=   xi – 3  rFkk C=   x – 5 i gS] rks
i 1 i 1 i 1 i 1
oDrO;-1 : U;wure (A, B, C) = A
oDrO;-2 : fopyuksa ds oxksZ dk ;ksx U;wure gS tcfd og ek/; ds lkis{k fy;k x;k gSA
(A) oDrO;-1 lR; gS] oDrO;-2 lR; gS ; oDrO;-2, oDrO;-1 dk lgh Li"Vhdj.k gSA
(B) oDrO;-1 lR; gS] oDrO;-2 lR; gS ; oDrO;-2, oDrO;-1 dk lgh Li"Vhdj.k ugha gSA
(C) oDrO;-1 lR; gS] oDrO;-2 vlR; gSA
(D) oDrO;-1 vlR; gS] oDrO;-2 lR; gSA

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71. Statement-1 : If A = {a, b, c} and B = {1, 2} then number of relations from A to B are 26 and

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number of functions are 23
Statement-2 : Number of functions always  number of relations from A to B.
(A) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is a correct explanation for Statement-1.
(B) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is NOT a correct explanation for
Statement-1
(C) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is False
(D) Statement-1 is False, Statement-2 is True
oDrO;–1 : ;fn A = {a, b, c} rFkk B = {1, 2} rc A ls B esa ifjHkkf"kr lEcU/kksa dh la[;k 26 gS rFkk Qyuksa dh
la[;k 23 gSA
oDrO;–2 : Qyuksa dh la[;k] lnSo A ls B esa ifjHkkf"kr lEcU/kksa dh la[;k ls de gSA
(A) oDrO;-1 lR; gS] oDrO;-2 lR; gS ; oDrO;-2, oDrO;-1 dk lgh Li"Vhdj.k gSA
(B) oDrO;-1 lR; gS] oDrO;-2 lR; gS ; oDrO;-2, oDrO;-1 dk lgh Li"Vhdj.k ugha gSA
(C) oDrO;-1 lR; gS] oDrO;-2 vlR; gSA
(D) oDrO;-1 vlR; gS] oDrO;-2 lR; gSA
72. Statement- 1 : If A = {1, 2, 5, 7,8} & B = {0, 2, 4, 5, 9} then A  B = {0, 1, 4, 7, 8, 9}.
Statement- 2 : In two sets A and B, A  B = (A – B)  (B – A).
(A) Statement -1 is True, Statement -2 is True ; Statement -2 is a correct explanation for
Statement -1
(B) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True ; Statement-2 is NOT a correct explanation for
Statement-1
(C) Statement -1 is True, Statement -2 is False
(D) Statement -1 is False, Statement -2 is True
oDrO;-1 : ;fn A = {1, 2, 5, 7,8} vkSj B = {0, 2, 4, 5, 9} rc A  B = {0, 1, 4, 7, 8, 9} gSA
oDrO;-2 : nks leqPp; A vkSj B esa, A  B = (A – B)  (B – A)
(A) oDrO;-1 lR; gS] oDrO;-2 lR; gS ; oDrO;-2, oDrO;-1 dk lgh Li"Vhdj.k gSA
(B) oDrO;-1 lR; gS] oDrO;-2 lR; gS ; oDrO;-2, oDrO;-1 dk lgh Li"Vhdj.k ugha gSA
(C) oDrO;-1 lR; gS] oDrO;-2 vlR; gSA
(D) oDrO;-1 vlR; gS] oDrO;-2 lR; gSA

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73. Let R and S be two non-void relations on a set which of the following statement is false

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(A) R and S are transitive  R  S is transitive
(B) R and S are symmetric  R  S is symmetric
(C) R and S are reflexive  R  S is reflexive
(D) R and S are symmetric  R  S is symmetric
ekuk R rFkk S nks vfjDr lEcU/k fdlh leqPp; ij gS rc fuEu esa ls dkSulk dFku xyr gS&
(A) R rFkk S laØked gS  R  S laØked gSA
(B) R rFkk S lefer gS  R  S lefer gSA
(C) R rFkk S LorqY; gS  R  S lefer gSA
(D) R rFkk S lefer gS  R  S lefer gSSA

74. Let a relation R in the set N of natural numbers be defined as


xRy  x2 – 4xy + 3y2 = 0 for all x, y  N. The relation R is
(A) reflexive (B) symmetric
(C) transitive (D) an equivalence relation.
ekuk izkd`r la[;kvksa ds leqPp; N esa ,d lEcU/k R bl izdkj ifjHkkf"kr gS fd
xRy  x2 – 4xy + 3y2 = 0 , x, y  N gks] rc lEcU/k R gS&
(A) LorqY; (B) lefer
(C) laØked (D) ,d rqY;rk lEcU/k

75. If p and q are two statements, then ~(p  q)  ~(q p)


(A) tautology (B) contradiction
(C) nether tautology nor contradiction (D) Either tautology or contradiction
;fn p vkSj q nks dFku gS rc ~(p  q)  ~(q p) gS -
(A) iqu:fDr (B) fojks/kkHkkl
(C) u rks iqu:fDr u gh fojk/kkHkkl (D) ;k rks iqu:fDr ;k fojks/kkHkkl

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SECTION – II ([k.M – II)

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Integer value correct Type (iw.kk±d eku lgh çdkj)
This section contains 15 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit integer, ranging from
0 to 9 (both inclusive).

bl [k.M esa 15 ç'u gSaA çR;sd ç'u dk mÙkj 0 ls 9 rd ¼nksuksa 'kkfey½ ds chp dk ,dy vadh; iw.kk±d gSA

76. If n(A  B) = 3, n(A) = 5, n(B) = 6, n((A × B) – ((A × B)  (B × A))) = xy (where xy is two digit

number with x, y as digit) then find x + y

;fn n(A  B) = 3, n(A) = 5, n(B) = 6, n((A × B) – ((A × B)  (B × A))) = xy (tgk¡ xy nks vad dh la[;k

gS ftlesa x, y vad gS ) rc x + y dk eku gS-

77. A set contain (2n + 1) elements. If the number of subsets of this set which contain at most n

elements is 4096, then find the value of n.

,d leqPp; (2n + 1) vo;o j[krk gSA ;fn bl leqPp; ds mileqPp;ksa dh la[;k] 4096 gS ftlesa vf/kd ls

vf/kd n vo;o j[krk gS rc n dk eku gS -

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78. If A is set of even natural numbers less than 8 & B is set of all prime numbers less that 7, Number

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n
of relation from A to B is 2 × 4 then n = ?
;fn A ,d leizkd`r la[;k dk leqpp; gS tks 8 ls de gS rFkk B, 7 ls de lHkh vHkkT; la[;kvksa dk leqPp;
gSA A ls B ds lEcU/kksa dh la[;k 2 × 4n gS rc n = ?

79. The mean weight of 180 persons in a group is 60 kg. The mean weight of men in the group is
70 kg and that of the women is 55 kg. Find the ratio of women & men.
,d lewg esa 180 O;fDr dk Hkkfjr ek/; 60 kg gSA lewg esa O;fDr;ksa dk ek/; 70 kg vkSj efgykvksa dk ek/;
55 kg. gSA vkSjr vkSj vkneh dk ek/; Kkr dhft,A

80. The mean & variance of 7 observations are 8 and 16 respectively. If observations are 2, 4, a, b, 10, 12, 14
(where a > b). then a – b = ?
7 izs{k.kksa dk ek/; rFkk izlj.k Øe'k% 8 vkSj 16 gSA ;fn izs{k.k 2,4,a,b,10,12,14 (tgk¡ a > b) rc a – b = ?

81. Let x = {1, 2, 3, 4}. Then number of different ordered triplets that can formed such that
A  x, B  x, C  x, A  B C x and A  B  C is empty is 1ab5 (a, b represent digits of four
digit number 1ab5) then a + b = ?
ekuk x = {1, 2, 3, 4} gks rks A  x, B  x, C  x, A  B C x vkSj A  B  C fjDr gS ls cus fofHkUu
Øfer f=kiysV dh la[;k 1ab5 gS (a, b pkj vad dh la[;k 1ab5 ds vad gS) rc a + b = ?

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82. Number of prime factors of the mean deviation about median of variable 13, 14, 15,.......99, 100 is

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pjksa 13, 14, 15,.......99, 100 dh ekf/;dk ds lkis{k ek/; fopyuksa ds vHkkT; xq.ku[k.Mksa dh la[;k gS -

83. If the standard deviation of the observations –5, –4, –3, –2, –1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 is 10 . Sum of

digits of variance of observations 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50 is

;fn izs{k.kksa –5, –4, –3, –2, –1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 dk ekud fopyu 10 gSA izs{k.kksa 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40,

42, 44, 46, 48, 50 dk izlj.k ds vadks dk ;ksxQy gS -

2
84. If the mean of n observation xi (where i = 1, 2,3 , .....n) is x . Mean of observations xi + 2i is
(n  p)(2n  q)
x then p + q + r = ?
r
(n  p)(2n  q)
;fn n izs{k.kksa xi (tgk¡ i = 1, 2,3 , .....n) ds ek/; x gSA izs{k.kksa xi + 2i2 dk ek/; x  gS rc
r
p+q+r=?

85. Given the relation R = {(2, 3), (3, 4)} on the set {2, 3, 4, 5}. Find minimum number of ordered pairs
to be added to R so that R is equivalence Relation.
fn;k x;k lEcU/k R = {(2, 3), (3, 4)} leqPp; {2, 3, 4, 5} ij ifjHkkf"kr gSA R dks tksM+s tkus okys Øfer ;qXeksa
dh U;wure la[;k gS tcfd R ,d rqY;rk lEcU/k gSA

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n n n
86. If the variable takes the values 0, 2, 4, 8, ...... 2 with frequencies C0, ...... Cn and if the mean is

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91 8
than n equals
2n

91 8
;fn pj ds eku 0, 2, 4, 8, ...... 2n gS] dh ckjEckjrk,¡ nC0, ...... nCn rFkk ;fn ek/; rc n cjkcj gS -
2n

n n n
87. If the variable takes the values 0, 1, 2, .......n with frequencies proportional to C0, C1, ..... Cn

n
respectively. If the variance of the distribution is 25, then equals :
20

;fn pj 0, 1, 2, .......n eku ysrk gS ftldh ckjEckjrk nC0, nC1, ..... nCn Øe'k% lekuqikrh gSA ;fn forj.k dk

n
izlj.k 25 gS rc cjkcj gS -
20

88. The variance of a, b, c, d is 4 then standard deviation of 2a + 3, 2b + 3, 2c + 3, 2d + 3 is

a, b, c, d dk izlj.k 4 gS rc 2a + 3, 2b + 3, 2c + 3, 2d + 3 dk ekud fopyu gS -

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[n(A  B)]min
89. A and B are two sets such that n(A) = 12 & n(B) = 4 then equals

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[n(A  B)]max

[n(A  B)]min
A vkSj B nks leqPp; bl izdkj gS fd n(A) = 12 & n(B) = 4 rc cjkcj gS -
[n(A  B)]max

90. If variance of ten observations 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, ....... 100 is A and variance of ten another

B
observations 22, 42, 62, 82, 102, ......., 202 is B, then .
A

;fn nl izs{k.kks 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, ....... 100 dk izlj.k A gS rFkk nl nwljs izs{k.kks 22, 42, 62, 82, 102, ......., 202

B
dk izlj.k B gS, rks dk eku gSA
A

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11. Since it is not possible to erase and correct pen filled 11. pawfd isu ls Hkjs x, xksys feVkuk vkSj lq/kkjuk laHko ugha gS
bubble, you are advised to be extremely careful while
blfy, vki lko/kkuh iwoZd vius mÙkj ds xksyksa dks HkjsaA
darken the bubble corresponding to your answer.
12. Neither try to erase / rub / scratch the option nor 12. fodYi dks u feVk,a@u LØsp djsa vkSj u gh xyr (X) fpUg
make the Cross (X) mark on the option once filled.
dks HkjsaA ORS dks dkVs u gh QkMs u gh xUnk ugha djsa rFkk
Do not scribble, smudge, cut, tear, or wrinkle the
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ORS. Do not put any stray marks or whitener
anywhere on the ORS.
13. If there is any discrepancy between the written data 13. ;fn ORS esa fdlh izdkj dh fy[ks x, vkadMksa rFkk xksys
and the bubbled data in your ORS, the bubbled data
fd, vkadMksa esa fojks/kkHkkl gS] rks xksys fd, vkadMksa dks gh
will be taken as final.
lgh ekuk tkosxkA
C. Question Paper Format C. iz'u&i=k dk izk:i
This question paper consists of three part. Each part bl iz'u&i=k esa rhu Hkkx gSaA izR;sd Hkkx esa nks [kaM gSaA
consists are two section.
14. Section 1 contains 15 multiple choice questions. 14. [kaM 1 esa 15 cgqfodYi iz'u gaSA gj iz'u esa pkj fodYi (A),
Each question has Four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) (B), (C) vkSj (D) gSa ftuesa ls dsoy ,d lgh gSA
out of which only ONE is correct.
15. Section 2 contains 15 questions. The answer to 15. [kaM 2 esa 15 iz'u gSaA izR;sd iz'u dk mÙkj 0 ls 9 rd ¼nksuksa
each question is a single-digit integer, ranging from 'kkfey½ ds chp ,d ,dy vadh; iw.kkZad gSA
0 to 9 (both inclusive).
D. Marking Scheme D. vadu ;kstuk
16. For each question in Section 1, you will be awarded 16. [kaM 1 esa gj iz'u esa dsoy lgh mÙkj okys cqycqys(BUBBLES)
4 marks if you darken the bubble corresponding to
dks dkyk djus ij 4 vad vkSj dksbZ Hkh cqycwyk dkyk ughaa djus ij
only the correct answer and zero mark if no bubbles
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are darkened. In all other cases, minus one (–1) mark
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only the correct answer and zero mark if no bubbles ij (0) vad iznku fd, tk;saxsA vU; lHkh fLFkfr;ksa esa (0) vad
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HINTS & SOLUTIONS ¼la d s r ,oa gy½


PART-I PHYSICS fdlh izfØ;k..................
2. 70 calories.................. Sol. As (pqafd) p  V2

fdlh vkn'kZ .................. T  V3


Sol. dQ = nCPdT i.e. if temperature increases, volume also increases hence w.d.
will be positive.
 f
dQ = 2 1   RdT vFkkZr~ ;fn rki c<+rk gS rks vk;ru Hkh c<+rk gS blfy, fd;k x;k
 2
dk;Z /kukRed gksxkA
 f
70 = 2 1   2(5)
 2 
7. An ideal..................
70 f 5 f ,d vkn'kZ..................
 1  =  f=5
20 2 2 2
P 2  v 
So gas is H2 vr% H2 xSl gksxh Sol. as 
P  v 
3. Figure shows .................. Pv  nRT
ty ds xyukad..................
v.v  nRT
Sol. 1° R = 1º k 3/2
v  nRT
100º
1° S =  k 3
70 nv  n  nR   nT
2
100º
1° U =  k 3 dv dT
75 
2 v T
 25°S > 25°U > 25°R (Hence blfy, D)
dv 2
Volume expansion coefficient  
vdT 3T
4. An ice ..................
,d cQZ ds.................. 8. An ideal gas..................
Sol. Applying energy conservation : :}ks"e xq.kkad ..................
ÅtkZ lja{k.k }kjk
mgh = mLf
Sol.  PdV =  nC dt v

 dQ= 2dU
Lf 80cal / gm 80  4.2  1000 J/kg
 h = = =  nCdT = 2nCv dT C = 2Cv
g 10m / s2 10 m/s2
2R
 336  103  N  s2  C= = 4R.
=   = 33.6 km. Ans 1.5  1
 10  kg
9. In Newton's..................
5. According to .................. U;wVu ds..................
esDlosy forj.k..................
4eAT 3
Sol. Only (A) is dimensionally correct. Sol. As tSlkfd K
ms
dsoy (A) foeh; :i ls lgha gSA
6. In a process..................
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K1 k 1 m2 s 2 3
=  
K2 k 2 m1s1 2

10. The specific..................


fdlh ,d..................

5R (1   y T)
Sol. = 1.25 cal/gm–k tan' = tan
2 (1   x T)
Let molecular weight be M
 y < x
ekuk vk.kfod Hkkj M gS rks
tan' < tan.
 5   8.4 J  (1.25)(4.2J) 14. Two bodies A ..................
    = 1
 2   mole-k    nks oLrq A ..................
 M mole  k
  Sol. Same m leku gS
5 TA = TB
M= = 4.
1.25 EB > EA
eB > eA .
11. A slab of.................. 15. For a gas..................
iRFkj dh.................. N0 v.kq..................

2 2 2
V1  V2  V3  ...........
Sol. Sol. Vrms2 = < V2 > =
N0
2

=
 V dN here
dN
= N(V)
Rate of heat given by steam = Rate of heat taken by ice dV
Hkki ds }kjk nh xbZ Å"ek = cQZ ds }kjk yh xbZ Å"ek
 dN

1
dQ KA(100  0) dL Vrms2 = N(V) V2 dV
 m N0 0
dt  dt
V0
K  100  0.36 4.8  3.36  105 1  3N  3 2 3
 =   V 3
.V 2  V2 dV = V0  Vrms = .V0.
N0  5 5
0.1 60  60 0  0 
K = 1.24 J/m/s/°C
16. One mole..................
12. Initially tension .................. ,d :)ks"e..................
izkjEHk esa..................
Sol. Using 1st law of TD Å"ekxfrdh ds çFke fu;e ls
Sol. T + FB = mg
Q = W + U
T = mg – FB
FB = () (v) (g) f
0=  (  Wfan )  Pv   n RT
0ºC – 4ºC   
2
f
 T > 4ºC    Wfan = n RT + n RT
2
Wfan = n Cp T
13. Two lines AC..................
nks js[kk AC..................  f 
Wfan = (1)  R  R  (500 k)
 2 
Sol. At increased temperature
(as the gas is expending slowly so p = constant, so T  v)
rki c<+kus ij
(pwafd xSl /khjs&/khjs çlkfjr gksrh gS vr% p = fu;r] vr% T  v)
AD' AD (1   y T)
tan' = = Wfan = 14 kJ
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17. A gas consisting ..................
,d xSl n`<+.................. 21. 4 gm of steam..................
4 xzke Hkki..................
Sol. In an adiabatic expansion, :)ks"e çlkj esa
Sol. Heat released by steam in conversion to water at 100°C is Q1 =
TV–1 = constant fu;rkad
mL = 4 × 540 = 2160 cal.
 1
V 2 Heat required to raise temperature of water from 46°C t 100°C is
T0V–1 = T  =1+
5 5 Q2 = mS  = 20 × 1 × 54 = 1080 J

 T = (273). (5)2/5 Q1
Q1 > Q2 and =2
< (KE)rotational > = kT Q2
< (KE)?kw.khZ; > = kT Hence all steam is not converted to water only half steam shall
be converted to water
= 1.38 × 10–23 × 273 × (5)2/5
 Final mass of water = 20 + 2 = 22 gm
= 7 × 10–21 J (approx).
100°C okys ikuh ds Hkki esa cnyus ij Hkki }kjk eqä Å"ek
Q1 = mL = 4 × 540 = 2160 cal.
18. When x gm..................
tc 100ºC .................. ikuh dk rki 46°C rki ls 100°C rki rd xeZ djus ds fy,
vko';d Å"ek Q2 = ms = 20 × 1 × 54 = 1080 J
y
Sol. x × 540 = y × 80 + y × 1 × 100  =3
x Q1
Q1 > Q2 rFkk =2
19. For a new.................. Q2
rki iSekus ds..................
vr% lkjh Hkki ikuh esa ugh cnysxh dsoy vk/kh Hkki gh ikuh esa
25  0 P  25
Sol. = P = 75º cnysxhA
100 200
 ikuh dk vfUre nzO;eku = 20 + 2 = 22 gm

20. 0.5 kg ice ..................


22. A metal rod..................
0ºC ij fLFkr ..................
25cm yEckbZ..................
Sol. 0.5 kg ice 0ºC + 0.5 × 3.36 × 105 J  0.5 kg water at 0ºC
L
2kg water at 30ºC  2kg water at 0ºC + 2 × 4200 × 30 J Sol. A = = 2 × 10–5 ºC–1
L T
........(1)
(1) + (2) B = 10–5 C–1

Mixture + 1.68 × 105 J  2.5 kg water at 0ºC + 2.52 × 105 J  A   B   C = 50 cm


Mixture  2.5 kg water at 0ºC + 8.4 × 104 J  A '  B '   C ' = 50.03
Q = msT
 A  A T + 50  A T +  A B T = 0.03
8.4 × 104 = 2.5 × 4200 (T – 0)
 A = 10 cm
T = 8ºC

0.5 kg cQZ 0ºC ij + 0.5 × 3.36 × 105 J  0.5 kg ty 0ºC ij


23. 4 moles of..................
2kg ty 30ºC ij  2kg ty 0ºC ij + 2 × 4200 × 30 J .......(1) 500 K ij H2 ..................
(1) + (2)
Sol. TV–1 = C
feJ.k + 1.68 × 105 J  2.5 kg ty 0ºC ij + 2.52 × 105 J
–1=n
feJ.k  2.5 kg ty 0ºC ij + 8.4 × 104 J 6
n=
Q = msT 13
8.4 × 104 = 2.5 × 4200 (T – 0) 7 5
4 R  2 R
T = 8ºC = 2 2 = 19
5 3 13
4 R  2 R
2 2
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Sol. U = (1/2)f1n1RT + (1/2)f2n2RT
24. During an ..................
= (1/2)(f1n1+f2n2)RT
,d :)ks"e izØe..................
= (1/2) (5 x 2 +3 x 5) 2 T= 25 T
3
 PV  Since pwafd W = 0 , U = Q = 25 Cal
Sol. P T3 or ;k P   or ;k
 nR 
3 29. A glass bottle..................
3
PV 2 = constant fu;rkad   ,d dkap dh..................
2
mass expelled
Sol. Mass of Hg =
25. A monoatomic.................. (  Hg   glass )T
,d vkn'kZ..................
3
= = 1000 gm
Sol. TV3/2 = constant fu;rkad 15  10 5  20
Initial mass of Hg = 1000 + 3 = 1003 gm
(PV)V 3 / 2
= constant fu;rkad Mass of empty bottle = 1123 – 1003 = 120 gm
nR
x = 8.
PV5/2 = constant fu;rkad
fu"d kfl r nzO;eku
gy % Hg dk nzO;eku =
PVx = constant fu;rkad (  Hg   glass )T
5 3
x= = = 1000 gm
2 15  10 5  20
R Hg dk izkjfEHkd nzO;eku = 1000 + 3 = 1003 gm
C = Cv +
1 x
[kkyh cksry dk nzO;eku = 1123 – 1003 = 120 gm
For polytropic process, cgqijek.koh; çØe ds fy,
x = 8.
3 R 5R
C= R+ = .
2 5 6 30. A sphere ..................
1
2 ,d 2R f=kT;k..................
26. A liquid of ..................
Sol. In equilibrium, power released= power absorbed
0.8 gm/cm3 ?kuRo .................. lkE;koLFkk esa eqDr 'kfDr ¾ vo'kksf"kr 'kfDr
210 1 1
Sol. 0.8 × 5 × S × 15 = or 4 (2R)2 (1)T 4 = 4(R)2 ( )200 4
4.2 32 2
5
 S= cal/gm-°C
6 PART-II CHEMISTRY

27. A compound.................. 31. For a liquid, enthalpy of fusion ..........

2m yEch la;qDr.................. ,d nzo ds fy, laxyu dh ,UFkSYih ..........


Sol. i = isteel + icopper HFusion 1.435  10 3
Sol : Tmp = = = 273 K = 0°C
S Fusion 5.26
12    (0.5)2  10 4  100
=
2 1.435  10 3
Txyukad = H ly; au = = 273 K = 0°C
+ 92 ×  × (12 – 0.52) × 10–4 × 100 S ly; au 5.26

= 150  × 10–4 + 3450  × 10–4 = 3600  × 10–4 32. Find the H0f for CuSO4.5H2O(s) ..........
L steel 150  10 4 fuEu vk¡dM+ksa ls CuSO4.5H2O(s) ds ..........
 = = 0.04 = 4%.
L 3600  10 4
9
Sol. Target (y{;) Cu(s)+S(s)+ O2(g) + 5H2(g)→CuSO4.5H2O(s)
28. 2 moles of..................
2
vkWDlhtu ds 2..................
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Given (fn;k gS), CuSO4.5H2O(s) + aq → CuSO4.5H2O (aq.)  RT  a
P=
 - 2
ÄH=+8kJ/mol – (1)  v -b  v
Cu(s)+S(s)+2O2(g) →CuSO4(s) v2
W=−
ÄH=-773kJ/mol – (2)  Pdv
v1
CuSO4(s)+ 5H2O + aq → CuSO4.5H2O(aq.)
 RT  a  = RTn v 2 - b +a  1 1 
v2
ÄH= -66kJ/mol – (3) -W=
  v - b  - v
2 
dv -
v1 - b  v 2 v1 
1 v1 
H2 (g) + O2(g) →H2O(l) ÄH= -286kJ/mol – (4)
2 39. Cross-linked polymer silicone is ..........

By solving equation (lehdj.k dks gy djus ij), fr;Zd caf/kr cgqyd flfydkWu ..........
(2)+5x(4)+(3) – (1) Me Me Me
Cl | | |
0 ....O  Si  O  Si  O  Si  O 
HReaction Sol. |
¼vfHkfØ;k½= -773+ (5x-286)+(-66)-8 Hydrolysis
| | |
CH 3  Si  Cl   O O O
| | | |
= -2277 kJ/mol ....O  Si  O  Si  O  Si  O 
Cl | | |
Me Me Me
33. Which of the following ..........
Cross linked Polymer
fuEu esa ls dkSulk dFku .......... Me Me Me
Cl | | |
P4O10
| ....O  Si  O  Si  O  Si  O 
Sol. (A) 3CH2(COOH)2   3C3O2+4H3PO4 | | |
CH 3  Si  Cl 
tyvi?kVu
 O O O
(B) Alternate -bonds are in same plane. | | | |
Cl ....O  Si  O  Si  O  Si  O 
,dkUrj ca/k leku ry esa gSaA | | |
Me Me Me
(C) linear structure (js[kh; lajpuk)
fr;Zd caf/kr cgqyd
200o C
(D) C3O2  CO2 + 2C 41. Observe the following ..........
fuEu vfHkfØ;k dk voyksdu ..........
34. Fake diamond can be checked.......... 3NH 
Sol. C2H5COOH   C2H5COONH4   C2H5CONH2
udyh ghjs dks fuEu izdkj ij[kk ..........
2 5PO
Sol. Diamond has very high thermal conductivity.   C2H5CN
ghjk vfr mPp rkih; pkydrk j[krk gSA
42. In which of the following pairs ..........
vuquknh lajpukvksa ds fuEu ;qXe ..........
35. Which of the following ..........
Sol. +ve charge should on less electronegative atom.
fuEu esa ls dkSulk dFku ..........
+ve vkos'k de fo|qr_.kh ijek.kq ij gksuk pkfg;sA
Sol. For standard state pressure should be 1 bar and any
temperature is allowed.
43. PROPIONIC ACID WITH BR2 + RED P ..........
ekud voLFkk ds fy, nkc 1 ckj gksuk pkfg, rFkk dksbZ Hkh rki
izksfi;ksfud vEy Br2 + yky P..........
Lohdk;Z gSA

36. Which of the following option .......... P / Br2


SOL. CH3–CH2–COOH  
fuEu esa ls dkSulk fodYi :)ks"eh; ..........
It is hall volhard Zelinskey reaction.
Sol. In compression Wirrev> Wrev & Uirrev> Urev
;g gkWy okWygkMZ tSfyaLdh vfHkfØ;k gSA

46. How many of the following ..........


37. Find the work done when one mol .......... fuEu esa ls fdrus izØe ..........
fd;k x;k dk;Z Kkr dhft, tc okLrfod .......... Sol. A, C, E, F are correct (lgh gSaA)

Sol.  a 
 P + 2   v - b  = RT (for 1 mol) (1 eksy ds fy,)
 v  47. A sample of an ideal gas is ..........
,d vkn'kZ xSl dk ,d izkn'kZ ,d ..........
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V2 53. How many of following salts ..........
Sol. W  – Pext dv
 fuEu esa ls fdrus yo.k mHk;/kehZa ..........
V1
Sol. CO2 , SiO2 , GeO2 , GeO → acidic (vEyh;)
4
2
–63  – kv dv
 PbO, PbO2 , SnO, SnO2 → amphoteric (mHk;/kehZ)
1
CO → Neutral (mnklhu)
4
v3
63  k
3 54. H2C2O4 

 gas(A) + gas(B) + liquid(C) ..........
1

k

H2C 2O 4   xSl(A)  xSl (B)  nzo (C) ..........
63  43 – 13 
3 Sol. H 2C2O4   CO2  CO  H 2O
So, k = 3 ( B ) ( A) (C )
[O ]
CO   CO2
48. How many of the following .......... NH , 
3
CO  Cl2 → COCl2 ( D
)  NH2CONH2(E)
fuEu esa ls fdrus HkkSfrd xq.k ..........
Molecularity (v.kqdrk) =8
Sol. iv, v, vi, viii, ix are intensive quantity.
55. Stannic chloride is found ..........
iv, v, vi, viii, ix ek=kk Lora=k jkf'k gSA
LVsfud DyksjkbM vusd ty;ksftr ..........
Sol. SnCl4.5H2O is known as butter of tin or oxymercurate of tin.
49. A monoatomic ideal gas at room .......... SnCl4.5H2O fVu ds eD[ku vFkok fVu ds vkWDlheD;wZjsV ds :i esa
,d ,dy ijek.oh; vkn'kZ xSl .......... tkuk tkrk gSA
Sol. At constant pressure
56. How many molecules or ions ..........
fu;r nkc ij fuEu esa ls fdrus v.kq ;k vk;u ..........
W= - Pext ÄV= -nRÄT Sol. (ii) & (iii)

3
and rFkk ÄU = nCvÄT = nRÄT 57. Observe the following carbocation ..........
2 fuEUkfyf[kr dkcZ/kuk;u dk voyksdu ..........

W = W nRT 2= p
= =
Q U  W 3 5 q
nRT  nRT Sol. Total number of hydrogen involved in
2
p=2,q=5 hyperconjugation = 9
p+q=7

50. Two moles of an ideal monoatomic .......... vfrla;qXeu esa Hkkx ysus okys dqy gkbMªkstu
,d vkn'kZ ,dy ijek.oh; xSl ds ..........
ijek.kq dh la[;k = 9
Sol. Vmix =
 1n1 +  2n2
n1 + n2
58. ..........

51. The formula of asbestos is ..........


,LcsLVkWl dk lw=k .......... Sol. CH3 COO
 

H3 O
 



Sol. 2x + 10 – 12 – y = 0
2x – y = 2

52. When PbO2 heated with .......... It is perkin reaction (;g ikfdZu vfHkfØ;k gSA).
tc PbO2 dks lkUnz H2SO4 ds ..........
60. In how many of the following ..........
Sol. 2PbO2 + 2H2SO4 →2PbSO4 + 2 H2O+ O2  fuEu esa ls fdrus ;kSfxdksa esa ..........
Sol. B, C & G

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PART-III MATHEMATICS p  q  ~p  q  ~(p  q)  ~(~p  q)  p ~q
Hindi.

61. n(P) = 25%, n(C) = 15% p q pq ~pq


T T T T
n(Pc  Cc) = 65%, n(P  C) = 2000
F F T T
Since pawfd n(Pc  Cc) = 65% F T T T
T F F F
 n(P  C)c = 65%  n(P  C) = 35%
rkfydk ls ns[kus ij
(2 is correctlgh gS)
p  q  ~p  q  ~(p  q)  ~(~p  q)  p ~q
Now vc n(P  C) = n(P) + n(C) – (P  C)

 35 = 25 + 15 – n(P  C)  n(P  C) = 40 – 35 = 5 66. Let p, q, r be the three statements such that

Thusvr% n(P  C) = 5% p : x = 5, q : y = –2 and r : x – 2y = 9


Here given statement is
But ijUrq n(P  C) = 2000
(p  q)  r and its contrapositive is ~r  ~(p  q)
 5% of total dk dqy = 2000  i.e. ~r  (~p  ~q)

2000  100 i.e. if x – 2y  9 then x  5 or y  –2


 total number of families = = 40000
5 Hindi. ekuk p, q, r rhu dFku bl çdkj gS fd
2000  100 p : x = 5, q : y = –2 and vkSj r : x – 2y = 9
dqy ifjokjksa dh la[;k = = 40000
5 ;gk¡ fn;k x;k dFku
 n(P  C) = 35% (p  q)  r gS vkSj bldk çfrifjofrZr ~r  ~(p  q)gS
Total number of familiesdqy ifjokjksa dh la[;k = 40, 000
vFkkZr~ ~r  (~p  ~q)
(3 is correct lgh gS)
vFkkZr~ ;fn x – 2y  9 rc x  5 ;k y  –2
and vkSj n(P  C) = 5%
67. (~ T  F)  ~T T
62. Given x is a prime < 10 (F F)  F T
x vHkkT; gS rFkk < 10 F  F T F T
 x = {2, 3, 5, 7}
68. p : it is a good watch ¼;g ,d vPNh ?kM+h gS½
vc R = {(x, x3) | x = 2, 3, 5, 7}
q : it is a Titan watch ¼;g ,d VkbVu ?kM+h gS½
= {(2, 8), (3, 27), (5, 125), (7, 343)
S1 : p  q
63. (i) x.x2 = x2.x  xRx  reflexive LorqY; S2 : q

(ii) xRy  xy2 = x2y  y2x = yx2  yx2 = y2x S:p


 yRx p q pq S1 S2 S
symmetric lefer T F F F F T
(iii) (1, 0)  R andvkSj (0, 2)  R but ijUrq (1, 2)  R so F T T T T F

not transitive vr% laØked ugha gSA T T T T T T


F F T T F F
64. Obvious (D) is false.
As (D;ksafd) S1 : T, S2 : T  S : T so invalid argument.

Li"Vr;k (D) xyr gSA
(vrSo vuqi;qDr dks.kkad)
65.

p q pq ~pq 69. Let p = I do not work


T T T T ekuk p =  esa dk;Z ugha djrkA
F F T T
F T T T
T F F F
From table, we see

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p q r S1 S 2 S S1  S 2  S 74. We have fn;k x;k gS R = {(x, y) : x2 – 4xy + 3y2 = 0, x, y  N}
T T T T F F T Let ekuk x  N, x2 – 4.x.x + 3x2 = 0
T T F T T T T
 (x, x)  R  R is reflexive LorqY; gSA
T F T F T F T
T F F F T T T we have fn;k x;k gS (3)2 – 4(3)(1) + 3(1)2 = 9 – 12 + 3 = 0
F T T T F T T or ;k (3, 1)  R
F T F T T T T
AlsorFkk 12 – 4(1)(3) +3(3)2 = 1 – 12 + 27  0
F F T T T T T
 (1, 3)  R,  R is not symmetric lefer ugha gSA
F F F T T T T
Again (9, 3)  R because iqu% (9, 3)  R D;ksafd
q = I will sleep esa lksÅxk¡
92 – 4(9)(3) + 3(3)2 = 108 – 108 = 0
r = I am worried esa fpfUrr g¡wA
and (3, 1)  R because vkSj (3, 1)  R D;ksafd
So blfy, S1  p  q
(3)2 – 4(3)(1) + 3(1)2 = 12 – 12 = 0
S2  r  ~q
and ,oa (9, 1)  R if 92 – 4(9)(1) + 3(1)2 = 0
S  r  ~p
if ;fn 84 – 36 = 0 which is not possible tks laHko ugha gSA
As S1 S2  S is a tautology so given statement is valid.
 (9, 3), (3, 1)  R and ,oa (9, 1)  R  R is not transitive.
tSlkfd S1 S2  S ,d iqu:Dr gS vr% fn;k x;k dFku oS| gSA
R laØked ugha gSA
n  Relation R is reflexive but neither symmetric nor transitive.
2
70. x – x
i 1
i is least U;wure gS
 lEcU/k R LorqY; gS ysfdu u rks lefer u gh laØked ugha gSA

 minU;wure (A, B, C) = B 75.


p q ~(p  q) ~(qp) ~(p  q)  ~(q
71. Obviously
p)
Li"Vr;k
T T F F F
T F T T T
72. (I) A  B = (A – B)  (B – A) (is symmetric difference
F T T T T
operator)
F F T F T
(I) A  B = (A – B)  (B – A) (lefer lkoZ vUrj gSA)
for p  true and q  true

~(p q)  ~(q p) is false
 
for p  false & q  false
 obvious II is false.
it gives true
Li"Vr;k II xyr gSA
so it is neither tautology nor contradiction.
Hindi
p q ~(p  q) ~(qp) ~(p  q)  ~(q p)
73. Let A = {1, 2, 3} and R = {(1, 1) (1, 2)}, S = {(2, 2), (2,3)}
be transitive relation on A. T T F F F
Now R S = {(1, 1),(1, 2), (2, 3), (2, 2)} T F T T T
Obviously, R S is not transitive since F T T T T
(1, 2) R S and (2, 3) R S but (1, 3)  RS F F T F T
Hindi ekuk A = {1, 2, 3} vkSj R = {(1, 1) (1, 2)}, S = {(2, 2),
p  lR; gS vkSj q  lR; gS
(2,3)} A ij laØked lEcU/k gSA
~(p q)  ~(q p) is vlR; gSA
vc R S = {(1, 1),(1, 2), (2, 3), (2, 2)}
p  vlR; vkSj q  vlR; gSA
Li"Vr;k, R S ls laØked ugha gS D;ksafd
;g lR; gS
(1, 2) R S rFkk (2, 3) R S ysfdu (1, 3)  RS
blfy, ;g u rks iqu:fDr gS vkSj ugh fojks/kkHkkl

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76. n(A  B) = 3 80. Mean ek/; = 8
2
n((A × B)  (B × A)) = 3 = 9
2  4  10  12  14  a  b
n(A × B) = 30 8
7
Required vHkh"V = 30 – 9 = 21 = xy
42 + a + b = 56
x+y=2+1=3
a + b = 14 ........(1)
77. (2n + 1) elements vo;o variance izlj.k = 16
2n+1 2n+1 2n+1 2n+1
C0 + C1 + C2 + ......... + Cn = 4096 1 2 2
Now 2n+1C0 + 2n+1C1 + ....... + 2n+1Cn + 2n+1Cn+1 + 2n+1Cn+2 +  (2 + 4 + 102 + 122 + 142 + a2 + b2) – (mean ek/;)2 = 16
7
....... + 2n+1C2n+1 = 22n+1
460 + a2 + b2 = 560
(2n+1C0 +...... + 2n+1Cn) + (2n+1Cn +...... + 2n+1C0) = 22n+1
a2 + b2 = 100 .......(2)
 2 × 4096 = 22n+1
2n
 2 = 4096 = 2 12 Now vc, (a + b) + (a – b) = 2(a2 + b2)
2 2

 n=6 196 + (a – b)2 = 2 × 100


(a – b)2 = 4 a – b = ±2
78. Numbers of elements in A = 3, {2, 4, 6}
Number of elements in B = 3, {2, 3, 5} a – b = 2 

 Number of relations from A to B is 29 = 2 × 28 = 2 × 44


so n = 4
A B
Hindi A esa vo;oksa dh la[;k = 3, {2, 4, 6} 1 2
4
B esa vo;oksa dh la[;k = 3, {2, 3, 5} 81.
7
5 6
A ls B esa lEcU/kksa dh la[;k 29 = 2 × 28 = 2 × 44
blfy, n=4 3 8
C

79. Number of person = 180 ; their mean weight ( x ) = 60 kg Each element has 8 choices
mean weight of men (x1 ) = 70 kg &  A  B C  x, so atleast one element selects 8th

mean weight of men (x2 ) = 55 kg region and in 7th region no element. so possible cases =
th th th
(when 7 region not selected) – (7 , 8 region not selected)
let n1 & n2 be the number of men & women respectively.
= 74 – 64 = = 1105 = 1ab5
n1 + n2 = 180 or n2 = 180 – n1
a+b=1+0=1
n x  n2 x 2 70n1  55n2
x = 1 1 or 60 =
n1  n2 180
A B
or 15n2 = 12600 – 10800 = 1800 1 2
4
n2 Hindi
n2 = 120, n1 = 60  2 7
n1 5 6

Hindi O;fDr;ksa dh la[;k = 180 ; mudk Hkkfjr ek/; ( x ) = 60 kg 3 C 8

O;fDr dk Hkkfjr ek/; (x1 ) = 70 kg vkSj


8 fodYiksa ds izR;sd vo;o
O;fDr dk Hkkfjr ek/; (x2 ) = 55 kg A  B C  x, blfy, de ls de ,d vo;o 8oka {ks=k esa

ekuk n1 vkSj n2 vkneh vkSj efgykvksa dh la[;k gS rFkk 7 oka {ks=k esa dksbZ vo;o ugh blfy, laHko fLFkfr;k¡ = (tc
7th {ks=k dks pquk tkrk gS) – (7th, 8th {ks=k dks ugh pquk tkrk gSA)
n1 + n2 = 180 or ;k n2 = 180 – n1
= 74 – 64 = = 1105 = 1ab5
n1x1  n2 x 2 70n1  55n2 a+b=1+0=1
x = or ;k 60 =
n1  n2 180 82. n = 88
or ;k 15n2 = 12600 – 10800 = 1800 median ekf/;dk

n2 44th value  45 th value 56  57


n2 = 120, n1 = 60  2 =   56.5
n1 2 2

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88 variance izlj.k = (') – (µ1')2
| x  56.5 |
i
n(n  1) n n2 n
M.D. (median ekf/;dk) = i 1 =   
88 4 2 4 4
43.5  42.5  ........  0.5  0.5  .....  43.5 n
=
 25 n = 100
88 4
1  3  5  ......  85  87 n
 =5
= = 22 20
88
Number of prime factors of 22 equals to 2 88. If variable is increased by 3 then no effect on variance &
22 ds vHkkT; xq.ku[k.Mksa dh la[;k 2 ds cjkcj gSA standard deviation but by multiplying each variable by 2, SD
will be doubled.
83. For observations –5, –4, –3, –2, –1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, SD() = 2 = 4  = 2 so new '= 2 = 4
10 Hindi ;fn pj 3 ls c<+k;k tkrk gS rc izlj.k ij dksbZ izHkko ugh iM+rk
So for observations 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23,
rFkk ekud fopyu ij Hkh ugh ijUrq izR;sd pj dks 2 ls xq.kk
24, 25, variance will be ()2 = 10
Now if each observation multiplied by 2, new variance djus ij ekud fopyu nqxquk gks trkk gSA
= 42 = 40 2 = 4  = 2 so new '= 2 = 4
Sum of digits of 40 is 4
89. [n(A  B)]min = max {n(A), n(B)} = 12
Hindi izs{k.k–5, –4, –3, –2, –1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, SD() = 10 [n(A  B)]max = min {n(A), n(B)} = 4
blfy, izs{k.k ds fy, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 12
so , 3
24, 25, izlj.k ()2 = 10 gksxk 4
vc izR;sd izs{k.k dks 2 ls xq.kk fd;k tkrk gS rc u;k izlj.k 90. Variance of 10, 20,........ 100 is A then variance of
= 42 = 40 2 × 10 + 2, 2 × 20 + 2, 2 × 30 + 2,......., 2 × 100 + 2 is 4A
40 ds vadks dk ;ksxQy 4 gSA B = 4A
10, 20,........ 100 dk izlj.k A rks 2 × 10 + 2, 2 × 20 + 2, 2 ×
x i 30 + 2,......., 2 × 100 + 2 dk izlj.k 4A gksxk
84. x
n
B
(xi  2i2 ) xi 2i2 B = 4A So blfy, , =4
   A
n n n
2n(n  1)(2n  1) (n  1)(2n  1)
= x = x
6n 3
p = 1, q = 1, r = 3  p+q+r=5

85. R = {(2, 2), (3, 3), (4, 4), (5, 5), (2, 3), (3, 2), (3, 4), (4, 3),
(2, 4), (4, 2)}
required pair vHkh"V ;qXe = 8

86. mean ek/; =

0. nC0  2.nC1  4.nC2  ......  2n nCn = 91 8


n
C0  nC1  ..... nCn 2n
3n  1 91 8
  3n – 1 = 728  n = 6
n
2 2n
n
n
r
r 0
Cr
n.2n 1 n
87. Now vc ' =  
n n 2
n 2
 Cr
r 0
n
2 n
' = r Cr
n(n  1) n n(n  1) n
r 0
 .2n2   
n 2n 2 4 2
 Cr

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PART-I PHYSICS

1. (A) 2. (A) 3. (D) 4. (B) 5. (A) 6. (A) 7. (D)

8. (A) 9. (C) 10. (D) 11. (A) 12. (A) 13. (B) 14. (A)

15. (B) 16. (7) 17. (7) 18. (3) 19. (3) 20. (8) 21. (2)

22. (2) 23. (6) 24. (5) 25. (6) 26. (5) 27. (4) 28. (1)

29. (8) 30. (5)

PART-II CHEMISTRY

31. (A) 32. (B) 33. (B) 34. (A) 35. (B) 36. (C) 37. (B)

38. (A) 39. (B) 40. (B) 41. (A) 42. (C) 43. (D) 44. (A)

45. (A) 46. 4 47. 3 48. 5 49. 7 50. 6 51. 2

52. 8 53. 4 54. 8 55. 5 56. 2 57. 9 58. 5

59. 5 60. 3

PART- III MATHEMATICS

61. (C) 62. (B) 63. (A) 64. (D) 65. (A) 66. (C) 67. (A)

68. (B) 69. (A) 70. (D) 71. (B) 72. (C) 73. (A) 74. (A)

75. (C) 76. (3) 77. (6) 78. (4) 79. (2) 80. (2) 81. (1)

82. (2) 83. (4) 84. (5) 85. (8) 86. (6) 87. (5) 88. (4)

89. (3) 90. (4)

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