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## SCORE-I PART TEST

TARGET : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015 Date : 05 - 03 - 2015
PART-1 : PHYSICS
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
A. B C B B C C,D B,C A,B,D C,D A
SECTION-I
Q. 11 12 13
A. D B C
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
SECTION-IV
A. 5 8 1 3 4 1 1
PART-2 : CHEMISTRY
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
A. A C D C C A,B,C,D B,C A,B A,C,D C
SECTION-I
Q. 11 12 13
A. B B C
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
SECTION-IV
A. 3 5 4 5 1 5 1
PART-3 : MATHEMATICS
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
A. A C B A D B,C,D A,B,D A,B,C,D A,D C
SECTION-I
Q. 11 12 13
A. C C B
Q. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
SECTION-IV
A. 3 5 2 4 2 5 4
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## SCORE-I PART TEST

TARGET : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015 Date : 05 - 03 - 2015
PART-1 : PHYSICS SOLUTION
SECTION-I To show N ¹ 0
1. Ans. (B) fb = 0.8 mgcosa
2. Ans. (C) max

Sol.

2
ma2 æ a ö æ ma2 ö
I = 6 + m çè ÷ø Þ I = çè ÷
3 2 ø Þ N = mg[sina – 0.8cosa]
N = mgseca[tana – 0.8]
a 3 a æ mg ö
Þ F´ = ( mg) Þ F = ç For a > tan–1(0.8)
2 2 è 3 ÷ø
fA > fB for a £ tan –1(0.8) fA = fB]
mg 1
F = Fmax Þ = mmg Þ m = 8. Ans. (A, B, D)
3 3
Sol. Impulse exist in action reaction pair during
3. Ans. (B)
collision so magnitude will remain the same.
Sm i y i Sm i x i
Sol. y cm = and x cm = (a) Elastic collision principle
Smi Sm i
(b) Internal force
4. Ans. (B)
(d) If m1 >>> m2
Sol. Momentum & energy conservation
direction of velocity of motion does not change
6 × 20 = (24 + 6) v r r r r r
v = 4 m/s v1' = (1 + e) v C = ev1 ( v C » v1 )
r r
5. Ans. (C) v1' = v C
9. Ans. (C, D)
Sol. (C) direction of friction does not change.
1 1
(D) friction is constant. Sol. KE of disc = MVC2 + I C w2
2 2
6. Ans. (C, D)
2
Sol. Stress is the property of material. 1 1 1 2æ v ö
= mv + ´ ma ç ÷
2

## load = stress × cross-sectional area 2 2 2 è 4a ø

7. Ans. (B, C)
1 2 1 M ( 3a ) æ v ö
2 2

Sol. KE of rod = Iw = ç 4a ÷
2 2 3 è ø
2mgsina < 2mgcosa 1
KE of system = I system w2
tana < 1 Þ a < 45° 2
1 é ma 2 m ( 3a ) ù æ v ö2
2
fA = mgsina + N
= 2 ê 2 + m ( 4a ) +
2
úç ÷
fB = mgsina – N êë 3 úû è 4a ø
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## 10. Ans. (A) SECTION-IV

1. Ans. 5
F
Sol. For (A) : m1 is lifted off if ³ m1 g Þ t ³ 20s , A
2

F Sol. B
For (B) : m2 is lifted off is ³ m2 g Þ t ³ 40s C
2
3 0°
For (C) : At t = 30 s acceleration of m1 =
F 2
- m1 g 1 æ 1 ö
2 30 - 20
AC = × 10 × ç = 2.5 m ÞAB = 5m
m1
=
2
=5 ms–2
2 è 2 ÷ø
F 2. Ans. 8
- m2 g
For (D) : At t=60 s acceleration of m2 = 2 T
m2
Sol. N
= 60 - 40 = 5 ms–2
4
11. Ans. (D) T
2
12. Ans. (B) æVö 2R
2T – N = mw Rcm = µ × pR × ç ÷ ×
2

Sol. èRø p
2
2T – N = 2µv
U
N = 2T – 2µv2 = 2 × 10 – 2 × 1 × 4 = 12 N
B
3. Ans. 1
-a x
a æ dq ö æ dq ö
T cosç ÷ T cosç ÷
A è 2ø è 2ø

2q/2 2q /2
(A) Position of unstable equilibrium x = a Sol. T T
(B) Total energy æ dq ö
æ dq ö T sinç ÷
T sinç ÷ è 2 ø
è 2 ø
1 2 ca c c
mv - 2 < 0 Þ mv 2 < Þ v <
2 2a a ma q q
(C) To reach at x = + ¥ particle must cross point B:

1 2 ca ca 2c
EA = EB; mv - 2 = 0 + 2 Þ v = k (Dx )2pR
2 2a 2a ma v= ; kDx = T
m 0l
2c æ dq ö
so velocity must be greater than v = v2
ma 2Tsin ç ÷ = (dm)
è 2 ø R
(D) To reach x = – ¥; v2
or T(2p) = m
1 2 ca c R
E A = E ¥; mv - 2 = 0 + 0 Þ v =
2 2a ma (kDx)2p = ( m 0l ) v 2
R
c
Velocity must be greater than
ma k (Dx )2pR
v= & Dx = (2pr – l)
13. Ans. (C) m 0l

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4. Ans. 3 6. Ans. 1
Sol. Dpr (change in momentum per collision)
w
Sol. w = 1 - aq / r ,T = mr0 w0 q
0
–3 –1
= 2m 2gh = 2 × 15 × 10 (10) = 0.3 kg ms 0
r
Then in Dp100 (in 1 second) = 30 kg ms–1 . 7. Ans. 1
Force exerted = 30 N
So weight required = 30 N. So mass = 3kg dL dm
5. Ans. 4
Sol.
dt
= ( v - v ) R = 200 × (5–2.5) × 2
dt 1 2
100 N = 1000 J
Sol. Force constant k = = 104
0.1 m
1
W= k ( x 2final - x 2initial ) = 4 J
2

## PART–2 : CHEMISTRY SOLUTION

SECTION-I Me CH2–Br
1. Ans. (A)
4p + 3 (III) NBS
éë(r ) + (r)3 ùû p éæ r + ö3 ù
p.f. = 3 = êç - ÷ + 1ú
(2r - )3 6 êè r ø úû
ë SO3H SO3H
æpö
(
= ç ÷ 2 3 - 3 = 0.728
è2ø
) (Br on Allylic position)

O O
2. Ans. (C)
t C–OMe C–OMe
æ 1 ö175
N A = (N 0 )A ç ÷
è2ø Na
(IV) Liq. NH3
t
æ 1 ö 25 O
N B = (N 0 )B ç ÷
è 2ø
C–OMe
t
-
t –
1 æ1 ö175 25
2= ´ç ÷
32 è 2 ø
Solving ; t = 175
3. Ans. (D) 6. Ans. (A,B,C, D)
4. Ans. (C)
d[A]
5. Ans. (C) (A) - = k[A]1/ 2
dt
O O
dA
C–O–Me C–O–Me or – = = Kdt
Cl OH [A]1/ 2
NaOH
(I) on intergrating
Cl Cl
ò -[A] dA = K ò dt –2A1/2 = Kt + C ..... (1)
-1/ 2
Cl Cl
AE
(SN )
at t = 0 ; A = A0 C = –2A1/2
0
..... (2)
NO2 NO2
By Eqs. (2) and (1),
Br2
(II) –2A1/2 = Kt – 2A1/2
FeBr3 0
Br
(NO2 is deactivating)
or Kt = 2 [A01/2 – A1/2] ..... (3)

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(B) plot of A1/2 vs. t will be linear because 1 é 1 ù R ´8
Eq. (3) yields, (P) = R ê1 - ú =
l ë 9û 9
2A 1/2 = –Kt + 2A1/2 l 9´5
Þ l = Z ´ æç 5 ö÷
0
=
K Z 36 ´ 8 è 32 ø
or A1/2 = –t + A1/0 2 (similar to y= mx + C)
2
1240 1240 ´ 32 7936
(C) If t = 1/2 A = A0/2 DE = = = eV
5 Z´5 Z
1/ 2 Z´
é A ù 32
By Equation (3), Kt 1/2
= 2 ê A1/0 2 - 0 ú
ë 2 û 1 é1 1 ù R ´7
(Q) =Rê - ú =
1 l ë 9 16 û 9 ´ 16
= 2A1/0 2 ´
2 l 9 ´ 16 ´ 5 æ 20 ö
= Þl= ç ÷Z
2[ 2 - 1] 1/ 2 Z 36 ´ 7 è 7 ø
Kt1/2 =
2
A0 = 2 ( )
2 - 1 A1/0 2
1 é1 1 ù 12
(R) = Rê - ú = R´
\ t1/2 =
2 ( 2 -1 )A 1/ 2
l ë 4 16 û 16 ´ 4
0
K l 16 ´ 4 5 80 80
7. Ans. (B, C)
= ´ = Þl= Z
Z 12 36 3 ´ 36 3 ´ 36
8. Ans. (A,B)
1240 ´ 3 ´ 36 1674
CH3 CH3 CH3 CH3 DE = = eV
CH3–C—–O–CH
+ Conc.
CH3–C–I + HO–CH 80 Z Z
HI
CH3 CH3
CH3 H CH3
1 é1 1ù
CH3 – (S) =Rê 2 - ú=R
CH 3 I l ël ¥û
CH3–C+ +HO–CH
(SN1)
CH3 l 5 5
CH3 = Þ l= Z nm
9. Ans. (A,C,D) Z 36 36
(P) H—CºC—H 12. Ans. (B)
O 13. Ans. (C)
SECTION-IV
(Q) H— C —CH3
1. Ans. (3)
O By absorbing 12.1 eV, electrons will be excited
(R) CH3–C=CH–C–H to n = 3
On returning maximum 3 lines can be obtained.
H 2. Ans.(5)
O 4 ´ 48 8 ´ 10
d= -24 =
= 5gm / cc .
(Q) CH3— C —H 6 ´ 10 ´ (4) ´ 10
23 3
4´4
O O 3. Ans. (4)
4. Ans. (5)
(S) H— C — C —H 5. Ans. (1)
O 6. Ans. (5)
(T) H—C—CH2—OH 7. Ans. (1)
– –
– O OH O O OH O
O
NaOH H
10. Ans.(C)
O O O O O O
11. Ans.(B)
1 é1 1ù R ´5 (1) Aldol will occur (one a-H)
=Rê - ú =
Z ë4 9û 36 (2) Cannizaro will occur
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PART-3 : MATHEMATICS SOLUTION
SECTION-I 5. Ans. (D)
1. Ans. (A) A (0,1) P º (loga, loga)

x2 y2 Þ log2a = loga
+ =1 loga = 1
4 1 60º
equation of AB B(–x1,y1) C(x1,y1)
P º (1,1)
1 5
y = 3x + 1 focal distance of P = 1 + =
4 4
6. Ans. (B,C,D)
(
x 2 + 4 3x 2 + 2 3x + 1 = 4 ) r rr r rr r
{( ) ( ) }
E = a. b.a c - b.c a
rr rr rr rr
13x + 8 3x = 0 ( )
= b.a ( a.c ) - b.c ( a.a ) ( )
2

r r r r
-8 3 = b.{a ´ ( a ´ c )}
x=
13 Interchanging dot & cross
r r r r
16 3 (
E = a ´ b .(c ´ a ) )
BC =
13 By larange's identify
2. Ans. (C)
C
rr r r
{ r r2 rr
x.y = x 2 y 2 - x ´ y sgn ( x.y ) }
AHC ~ ACB using their we get option D.
15 7. Ans. (A,B,D)
AC CH AH r
= = a = ˆi - ˆj + kˆ
AB BC AC A x H 16 B r
Þ 225 = (x + 16)x b = ˆi + ˆj + kˆ
r
(x + 8)2 = 172 c = ˆi - 3ˆj + kˆ
r r r r
x=9 r ´a = c´ b
r r r r r r
Þ AB = 25 CH = 12 a ´( r ´ a) = a ´ c ´ b ( )
r r r r
3. Ans. (B) 3r - 3a = c - 5b
r r r r
1 1 3r = 3a - 5b + c
1
2 2 = 3 (1, -1,1) - 5 (1,1,1) + (1, -3,1)
r
1 1 1 3r = - ˆi - 11jˆ - kˆ
v= 1 rr
6 2 2 3 ( r.c ) = 31
1 1 8. Ans. (A,B,C,D)
1
2 2 O

1
v=
6 2 M N

4. Ans. (A)
A ½ D ½ B
r
r æa rö DOAB is equilateral D. with side length unity
c = lç + b÷
è2 ø 3
sin60º =2DM Þ DM = = DN
4
16 = l ( 2 - 1) Þ l = 4 Now check options.
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9. Ans. (A,D) s-a s-b s-c s
Þ = = =
ƒ(x) = sinx + 2sin2x + 3 sin3x+....¥ 36 9 4 49
sinx ƒ(x) = sin2x + 2sin3x +.... ¥ a = 13
b = 40
sin x
Þ ƒ ( x ) = 1 - sin x 2
c = 45 Now check options.
( ) 12. Ans. (C)
Now check options.
O(0,0,0)
10. Ans. (C)
b 1
- = Ö3
2a 4
A 1 (1,1,1) 1 B
a = –2b
(1,1+1/Ö2, 1– 1/Ö2) (1,1–1/Ö2, 1+1/Ö2)
b 2 - 4ac 9
= j–k
4a 8
2x – y – z = 0
a2 9a
- 4ac = ˆi ˆj kˆ
4 2
a 9 1 1 1 = 3ˆj - 3kˆ
- 4ac = 2 -1 -1
4 2
a = 18 + 16c
æ 1 1 ö
a a - 18 9a - 18
a+b+c = a- + = co-ordinates of A & B is ç 1, ± ,1 m ÷
2 16 16 è 2 2ø
2
a= x 2y 2z
9 OA = =
1 2 +1 2 -1
1
b= -
9 x 2y 2z
OB = =
10 1 2 -1 2 +1
c= -
9 x -1 y -1 z -1
Hence parabola is AB = =
0 1 -1
2
æ 1ö 9æ 9ö 13. Ans. (B)
çx - ÷ = çy + ÷
è 4ø 2è 8ø y = mx – 2m – m3
Now check options. a = m – m3
11. Ans. (C) ƒ(m) = m – m3
r
Consider a = 6iˆ + 3ˆj + 2kˆ
r ( s - a ) ˆi ( s - b ) ˆj ( s - c ) kˆ
(
ƒ ' = 1 - 3m 1 + 3m)( )
b= + +
6 3 2 2/3Ö3
r2 r r r
( )
2 2
a b ³ a.b –1/Ö3
1/Ö3 a
–1
ìï ( s - a )2 ( s - b )2 ( s - c )2 üï – 2/2Ö3
49 í + + ý³s
2

ïî 36 9 4 ï
þ Now check options.

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SECTION – IV
( ae + r cos q) ( r sin q)
2 2

1. Ans. 3 + =1
a2 b2
2x – y + 3z = 4
æ cos2 q sin 2 q ö a 2 e2 - a 2
x+y+z=3 r2 ç 2 + 2 ÷ + r (l) + 2
=0
è a b ø a
ˆi ˆj kˆ
r (1 - e ) a b
2 2 2
b = 2 -1 3 = -4iˆ + ˆj + 3kˆ r1 r2 =
1 1 1 b 2 cos2 q + a 2 sin 2 q

a 2 sin 2 q + b 2 cos2 q 1- e 2
x -1 y -1 z - 1 =
(a,b,g) lies on the line = = =l a 2 b2 SP.SP '
-4 1 3
Replacing q by 90 – q.
a = 1 – 4l ; b = l + 1, g = 3 l + 1
uuur r b 2 sin 2 q + a 2 cos2 q 1- e 2
for minimum distance OA.b = 0 =
a 2 b2 SQ.SQ '
16l – 4 + l + 1 + 9l + 3 = 0
l=0 a 2 + b2 N
=
A º (1,1,1) a 2 b2 15
A
16 N
a +b +g =3
2 2 2
= ÞN=4
60 15
2. Ans. 5 O
5. Ans. 2
x cos q y sin q
( 2sin q - 3 ) + ( 2 tan q - 2 3 )
2 2
T: + =1 =0
a b P(a
co
sq
a ,bsin 3
b q)
sin q = & tan q = 3
m1 = tan q
a C 2
6. Ans. 5
b
m 2 = - cot q Hint : Find point A & B and proceed.
a
7. Ans. 4
b
( tan q + cot q ) (–asecq, b tanq) P(asecq, btanq)
tan a = a
b2 Q
1- 2
a
Þ minimum occurs at q = 45º A(a,0)

3. Ans. 2
(x – 1)2 + (y – 2)2 + l(x – y + 1)2 = 0 R(asecq, –btanq)

## Put (1,0) to get l. (a sec q) (b tanq) = 2ab tanq (secq – 1)

4. Ans. 4 Q
secq = 2secq – 2
P
Let PSP' is 1
q cos q =
x = ae + rcosq S 2
y = rsinq Q' ap p
P' = Þa+b=4
b 3

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