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FIITJEE COMMON TEST

PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY & MATHEMATICS


CPT-1 CODE : SET-A PH-IV PAPER - 1
BATCHES – Two Year CRP (1820) AB LOT

Time Allotted: 3 Hours Maximum Marks: 210

 Please read the instructions carefully. You are allotted 5 minutes specifically for
this purpose.
 You are not allowed to leave the Examination Hall before the end of the test.

INSTRUCTIONS
Caution: Question Paper CODE as given above MUST be correctly marked in the answer OMR
sheet before attempting the paper. Wrong CODE or no CODE will give wrong results.

A. General Instructions
1. Attempt ALL the questions. Answers have to be marked on the OMR sheets.
2. This question paper contains Three Sections.
3. Section-I is Physics, Section-II is Chemistry and Section-III is Mathematics.
4. Each Section is further divided into Two Parts: Part-A & C
5. Rough spaces are provided for rough work inside the question paper. No additional sheets will be provided
for rough work.
6. Blank Papers, clip boards, log tables, slide rule, calculator, cellular phones, pagers and electronic devices,
in any form, are not allowed.

B. Filling of OMR Sheet


1. Ensure matching of OMR sheet with the Question paper before you start marking your answers on OMR
sheet.
2. On the OMR sheet, darken the appropriate bubble with HB pencil for each character of your Enrolment No.
and write in ink your Name, Test Centre and other details at the designated places.
3. OMR sheet contains alphabets, numerals & special characters for marking answers.

C. Marking Scheme For All Two Parts.


(i) Part-A (01 – 10) contains 10 multiple choice questions which have one or more than one correct
answer. Each question carries +4 marks and – 2 mark for wrong answer.

(ii) Part-C (01 – 10) contains 10 Numerical based questions with single digit integer as answer, ranging from
0 to 9 (both inclusive) and each question carries +3 marks for correct answer and – 1 mark for wrong
answer.

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SECTION-I : PHYSICS
PART-A (One or More Than One Correct Type)
This section contains 10 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D), out of which ONE or MORE THAN ONE is correct.
1. In the network shown in the figure. Choose the A B H G
correct statement(s). 6 6V
(A) Potential difference between points HB is 5V
4V 2 3 1
(B) Potential difference between points DB is 1V 4V
(C) Potential difference between points DE is 0.5V
(D) Potential difference between points DG is 2V C D E F

2. H+, He+ and O++ ions having same kinetic energy pass through a region of space filled with
uniform magnetic field B directed perpendicular to the velocity of ions. The masses of the
ions H+, He+ and O++ are respectively in the ratio 1 : 4 : 16. As a result
(A) H+ ions will be deflected most
(B) only O++ ions will be deflected least
(C) He+ and O++ ions will suffer same deflection
(D) All ions will suffer the same deflection

3. In the network shown, points A, B and C are at B(0 V)


potentials of 70 V, zero and 10 V respectively.
(A) Point D is at a potential of 40 V. (70 V) 10  20 
(B) The currents in the sections AD, DB, DC are in the A
ratio 3 : 2 : 1 D
30 
(C) The currents in the sections AD, DB, DC are in the
ratio 1 : 2 : 3 C (10 V)
(D) The network draws a total power of 200 W

4. The diagram show is a modified meter bridge, which is R R1 R2

used for measuring two unknown resistances R1 and


R 2 at the same time. When only the first galvanometer
is used, balance point is found at point C. Now the first G1 G2
galvanometer is removed and the second galvanometer A B
is used, which gives balance point D. Using the details C D 100
cm
25cm 3

given in the diagram, find out the value of R1 and R2


(A) R1  5 R / 3 (B) R2  4 R / 3 (C) R1  4 R / 3 (D) R2  5 R / 3
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5. A uniform magnetic field  B0kˆ exists to the right of the y


plane y = x tan  as shown. At t = 0 a particle of mass m
and positive charge q with velocity v 0 ˆi enters in × × ××
× × ×
magnetic field at origin. Then :
(q,m) × × ×× × ×× × ×
×
(A) Particle will come out from magnetic field after
× × ×× × ×× × ×× × × × x
m × × × × × ××
t × × ×××Magnetic
× × ×
qB 0 × × × × × ×× × ×
×
× × × × × ××
× ×
(B) Particle will come out from magnetic field after time × ×× × × × × ×× ××
2m × ×× ×× ×
t × ×× ××
qB 0 × ××
×
 mv 0 mv 0 
(C) Co-ordinate of point from which particle will come out is  sin2, 1  cos 2 ,0 
 qB0 qB0 
 mv 0 mv 0 
(D) Co-ordinate of point from which particle will come out is  sin2, 1  cos  ,0
qB
 0 qB0 
6. An infinitely long cylindrical conductor of radius R contains current of uniform d
density J along axis of the cylinder. Two infinitely long cylindrical holes of
radius r are drilled symmetrically throughout the length of the cylinder. The
axes of the holes are parallel to the axis of cylinder and at distance d from it
in the same plane.
 J r2 
(A) Magnetic field on the axis of one of the hole will be 0  d  
2  2d 
0 J  r2 
(B) Magnetic field on the axis of one of the hole will be  d  
2  d
0J r 2
(C) Magnetic field on the axis of cylinder will be
2 d
(D) Magnetic field on the axis of cylinder will be zero

7. Four resistance, one capacitor and a battery are connected as


R 3R
shown in the figure. Choose the correct alternative(s). C
3RC
(A) Time constant of circuit is
2 3R R
(B) Current passing through battery at steady state is V/2R
(C) Potential difference across capacitor at steady state is V/2
3V
(D) Maximum charge on capacitor at steady state is CV/2
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8. In the figure, A, B, C and D are four concentric spheres of D


radius a, 2a, 3a and 4a and contain, charges +3q, +6q, – 9q C
and + 12q respectively. In the beginning switches S1 and S2 3a
M1 B
are open. After earthing the sphere C, q1 amount of charge
A
flows from the sphere C to the earth. If the sphere B is also
earthed, then q2 amount of charge flows from the sphere B a S1 S2
C
q1
to the earth, the value of is equal to
q2 2a
4a
(A) q1  9q (B) q2  9q
(C) q1  4q (D) q2  4q

9. A conducting sphere of radius b has a spherical cavity with its Q


centre displaced by “a” from centre of sphere. A point charge
q is placed at the centre of cavity, Q charge is given to
conducting sphere and charge q0 is placed at a distance c a P
q c
from centre (O1) of sphere such that O1, O2 and P are
O2 O1 q0
collinear.
(A) Charge distribution on inner surface of cavity is uniform
b
 q0 Qq 
(B) Potential of conductor is   
 40 c 40 b 
(C) Charge distribution of outer surface of conducting sphere is non uniform
(D) None of these

10. Two infinitely large plane sheets separated by a


distance l carry a uniform surface charge +
+++
+ +
+ + +
densities + and - . The planes have identical ++ ++
++
coaxial holes each of radius R(l >> R). The O ++ ++ P
+ +
potential and the field at a point on the axis of ++ +
the holes at a distance x from the midpoint O ++ + + + +
++ + + +
between the holes is V and E respectively. Then +
lx lR 2
(A) V = (B) E = 3/2
2 0 R 2  x 2 
2 0 R 2  x 2 
 
(C) V = (D) E 
2 0 x 2 20R5

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PART-C : (Single digit integer)


This section contains 10 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit integer ranging
from 0 to 9 (both inclusive).
1. The following curve represents the variation of V
y
potential of points along x-axis due to two-point
charges q1 and q2 separated by a distance 2a. Find
the ratio of magnitude of two charges (point O is x
q1 P q2
a 
origin and coordinates of point P is  , 0  (–a,0) (a,0)
3  O

2. The region between X = 0 and X = Lm is filled with uniform steady magnetic field 2T kˆ .
A particle of mass 2 kg, positive charge 1C and velocity 2(m/s) î travels along x-axis and
enters the region of the magnetic field (neglect gravity). Find the value of L if the particle
emerges from the region of magnetic field with its final velocity at an angle 30° to its
initial velocity.

3. The circuit shown has been connected for a long time. The 1 8
potential difference across the capacitor is found to be n volt. The
value of n is. 10V
1µF
4 2

4. A wire of length L and 3 identical cells of negligible internal resistance are connected in
series, when the temperature of the wire is raised by (T) in time t due to the current. The
same temperature rise is observed in the same time when N similar cells are connected in
series with a wire of length 2L but of same material and cross-section. Find the value of N.
 y
5. Electric field E  xiˆ  yjˆ exist in the region. The flux linked with the
surface of cube of side ‘a’ as shown in the figure is ka3 then ‘k’ is
x

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6. There is an arrangement of two point charges as shown. There is a y


surface formed by locus of point having x-coordinate as zero and y
coordinate as + ve. This surface will be perpendicular to the plane of
this paper. The magnitude of electric flux linked with the surface is x
+3q –q
kq
, then ‘k’ is
0 a/4 3a/4

7. A small current carrying loop having current i0 is placed in the plane of paper
as shown. Another semicircular loop having current i0 is placed concentrically R
in the same plane as that of small loop, the radius of semicircular loop is R
a i i0
(R >> a). Find the force applied by the smaller ring on bigger ring in Newton.
40
(Given R = 1 m, i = i0  A , a = 0.1 m)
0

8. ABCD is a semi-circular wire carrying current in a region of uniform magnetic field. Arc
AB = Arc BC = Arc CD. The magnitude of the force on the wire is 8 N, while magnitude of
the force on arc AB alone is 9 N. The lines of action of these two forces include an angle of
2
cos1   . Find the magnitude of the force (is N) on arc CD alone.
3

9. Four identical metal plates are arranged as shown 1


Plates 1 and 4 are connected by a connecting wire. d
2
A battery of emf V volts is connected between
d v
plates 2 and 3. The electric field between plates 3 3
2V
and 4 is . The value of K is. 2d
Kd
4

10. A parallel plate capacitor is connected to a battery of emf V volts as shown. k=2
Now a slab of dielectric constant k = 2 is inserted between the plates of
capacitor without disconnecting battery. The electric field between the
PV d
plates of capacitor after inserting the slab is E  . The value of P is.
2d

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SECTIONII : CHE MISTRY


Part – A
(Multiple Correct Answers Type)
This section contains 10 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D), out of which MORE may be correct
1. Phenol is less acidic than
OH
OH OH

(A) CH3COOH (B) (C) (D)


O

CH3 NO2 O
H3C

2. O

(i) OH

(ii)CH CH Br
 products
3 2
NH
(iii)NH2 NH2 ,H 

O
Product are
O HO

N NH2 N
(A) CH3CH2NHNH2 (B) CH3CH2NH2 (C) (D)
N
O
OH

3. Which of the following test can be used for identification of 1 amine?


(A) Carbylamine test (B) Hofmann mustard oil reaction
(C) NaNO2/HCl (D) Fehling’s solution

4. Reaction of RCONH2 with Br2 and KOH gives RNH2 as the main product. The intermediates
involved in the reaction is (are)
(A) RCONHBr (B) RNHBr (C) RN=C=O (D) RCONBr2

5. Which of the following process (es) will not produce 2 amine?


(A) Gabriel’s synthesis (B) Hoffmann’s bromide reaction
(C) Reduction of carbylamine (D) Schmidt reaction

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6. Two research scholars carried out a synthesis of a compound of wide application in phenol
industry.
Cl

Research scholar A : AlCl3


Cl

O N2H4 / glycol, KOH


Research scholar B : P Q
AlCl3

Select the correct statements -


(A) Major product of research scholar A is cumene
(B) Major product of research scholar B & minor product of that of A are identical (n-propyl
benzene)
(C) There is no side reactions in the synthesis by B
(D) Only the product by A can be used in phenolic industry.

7. Consider following statements about Wolff-Kishner reduction


A : It involves hydrazone intermediate
B : It involves double bond migration under basic conditions & loss of N2
C : Reaction is thermodynamically spontaneous as N2 is formed
O
(i) N2H4
+ N2
(ii) KOH, glycol, 
Correct statements are -
(A) A (B) B
(C) C (D) Only A, B

8. Out of the following reactions which is/are involve cyclic intermediate


(A) Witting reaction (B) Bayer’s test
(C) Decarboxylation of -ketoacid (D) Oxymercuration of alkene

9. Which of the following substrates can not give intramolecular SN2 reaction?

O Br Br Br
N
(A) (B) (C) (D)
H NH2
OH
Br

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10. In the following reaction compound B formed can

(A) undergo tautomerism .


(B) form oximes
(C) give colour with FeCI3
(D) B is an equilibrium mixture of B1 and B2
O O HO OH

B1 B2

PART – C
Integer Answer Type
This section contains 10 questions. The answer to each question is a single digit integer,
ranging from 0 to 9 (both inclusive).
1. H3C CH3

H3C CH3 dilute H2SO 4


A
OH OH
How many statements are true about A ?
1. A can give test with sodium
2. A shows iodoform test
3. A gives Tollens test
4. A gives slowly 2, 4DNP test
5. A gives Schiff’s test
6. A gives FeCl3 test

2. Find out of alcohols that can give positive iodoform test.


H C CH3 CH3 H3C OH
H3C CH3 3 CH3 OH
OH OH OH OH OH OH CH3
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (h) (i) (j)

3. Find iso-electric point of the given amino acid


 pKa10 
NH3
|
(pKa  4)HOOC  CH2  CH2  CH  C OOH(pK a  2)

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4. The number of compound give a positive carbylamine test is/are


N, N-Dimethyl aniline; 2,4-Dimethyl aniline ; N-Methyl-o-methylaniline; p-methyl
benzylamine

5. HCHO + excess NH3  Urotropin. The number of NCH2N bridge present in Urtropin
is

6. The number of aldehyde group produced by the following reaction is


H H

CH
OH OH 3
HIO4 product
H OH
H OH
R

7. Amongst the following, the total number of compound soluble in aqueous NaOH is
CH3 COOH OCH2CH3 OH
N
CH3 CH2OH

NO 2 OH C 2H 5 COOH
CH2CH3

N
CH3 CH3

8. In the scheme given below, the total number of intra molecular aldol condensation products
formed is
1.O3 1.Ba(OH)2
Y
2.Zn,H2O 2.Heat

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9. When the compound shown was heated in refluxing hydrochloric acid, a compound with
molecular formula A (C5H6O3) was isolated. Along with this three other carbon containing
substance x,y and z are formed
O CH3
H3 CO O
O CH3
H3 CO CH3
O H C
3
Find the sum of oxygen atoms in A + x + y + z

10. If 664 g of compound (A) is treated with excess of HNO2, the number of moles of N2(g)
produced will be
O 2N
NH2
NH2
NH
O
N N
H
Compound (A)
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SECTION-I : MATHEMATICS
PART-A (One or More Than One Correct Type)
This section contains 10 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D), out of which ONE or MORE THAN ONE is correct.
1 1
1. Let f(x) is a real valued function defined by f(x)  x 2  x 2  tf(t)dt  x 3  f(t)dt,
1 1
Then which of the following hold(s) good?
1 1 1
10 30 20
(A)  tf(t)dt  (B) f(1)  f( 1)  (C)  tf(t)dt   f(t)dt (D) f(1)  f(1) 
1 11 11 1 1 11

2. Let P(x)  an xn  an1xn1  an 2 x n 2  .....  a1x  a0 , then P(0) + P(0)+P(0)+….. is equal to
(A) P(1) + P(2) + ….P(n) (B) a0 + a1 + 2a2 + 3!a3…..n!an
 
x x
(C)  e P(x)dx (D)  e P(x)dx
0 0

x
3. If f  x   lim , then
n  x 2n  1
(A) f 1   f 1   0 (B) f 1   f 1   f 1  3 / 2
(C) f  1   f  1   1 (D) f 1   f  1   0

4. If f(x)  [sin1(sin 2x)] (where [ ] denotes the greatest integer function), then
/ 2
 1
(A)  f(x)dx  2  sin (sin1)
0

(B) f(x) is periodic with period 


(C) lim f(x)  1

x
2
(D) none of these

5. Which of the following functions have the same graph?


(A) f(x)  loge e x (B) g(x) | x | sgn x
2| x|
(C) h(x)  cot 1(cot x) (D) k(x)  lim tan1(nx)
n  

6. Let f(x) be twice differentiable function such that f (x)  0 in [0,2]. Then
(A) f(0) + f(2) = 2f(c), 0 < c < 2 (B) f(0) + f(2) = 2f(1)
(C) f(0) + f(2) > 2f(1) (D) f(0) + f(2) < 2f(1)
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 x2 
7. If h(x) = 3f   +f(3 – x2)  x  (–3, 4), where f" (x) > 0  x  (3, 4), then h (x) is -
 3 
3   3 
(A) increasing in  , 4  (B) increasing in   , 0 
2   2 
 3  3
(C) decreasing in   3,   (D) decreasing in  0, 
 2  2
8. f(x)  sin1[ex ]  sin1[e x ], (where [ ] denotes the greatest integer function), then
(A) domain of f(x) = (ln2, ln2)
(B) range of f(x) = {}
(C) f(x) has removable discontinuity at x = 0
(D) f(x) = cos1x has only one solution
9. The function f(x)  x  2 x  1  x  2 x  1 is
(A) continuous (B) differentiable
(C) monotonic (D) non-decreasing

10. Which of the following limits tends to unity?


sin(tan t ) sin(cos x )
(A) lim (B) lim
t0 sin t x  / 2 cos x
1 x  1 x x2
(C) lim (D) lim
x 0 x x 0 x

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PART – C
(Integer Type)
This section contains 10 questions. The answer to each question is a single-digit integer, ranging
from 0 to 9. The correct digit below the question number in the ORS is to be bubbled.

1. The tangent to the graph of the function y = f(x) at that point with abscissa, x = a forms with
 
the X-axis at an angle of and the point with abscissa at x = b at an angle , then the
3 4
b
value of  f (x).f (x)dx , is
a

ln x
2. If Rolle’s theorem is applicable to the function, f(x)  over the interval [a,b], where a,
x
bI+ then the value of a+b, is

12  22  3 2  ....  r 2 n
r M
3. tr =
13  23  33  .....r 3
and Sn =   1 t
r 1
r , then find lim Sn = 
n 3
then M is____

m
x2009 1  x2  n
4. If the primitive of the function f(x)  w.r.t. x is equal to    C, then is
(1  x2 )1006 n  1  x2  m
equal to

5. Let f(x) and g(x) be two continuous functions defined from RR, such that f(x1) > f(x2) and
g(x1) < g(x2),  x1 > x2, then solution set of f(g(22)) > f(g(34)), then the least value of 
for which f(g( 2  2 ))  f(g(3  4)) is

Space For Rough Work

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c
6.
x 1

If lim 1  ax  bx 2  x 1  e3 , then the value of bc is________.

1
1
7. A polynomial function f:RR satisfies  f(x)(x  f(x))dx  12 . [f(1) + f(2) + f(3)] is equal to
0
________ (where [ ] denotes the greatest integer function),
8. Let f(x) = 6 12x + 9x2  2x3, 1  x  4. Then, the absolute maximum value of f(x) in the
interval.

9. Let f: R R be a continuous function and f(x) = g(x) and f(0) = 1, g(x) is defined as
 1 for x  (0,1] f 3 (  x)
g(ln x)   , then lim is equal to
x  f(x)
 x for x  (1,  )

10. Number of points of non-differentiability of function f(x) = max {sin–1 |sinx|, cos–1 |sinx|},
0 < x < 2 is
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FIITJEE COMMON
TEST
BATCHES: Two Year CRP (1820) AB LOT
PHASE TEST-IV: PAPER-1
Paper Code
JEE ADVANCED LEVEL
SET-A
ANSWER KEY
SECTION – I (PHYSICS) SECTION – II (CHEMISTRY) SECTION – III (MATHS)
PART-A PART –A PART-A
1. A, B, C, D P120205 1. A,B,C C121205 1. B,D M120809
2. A, C P120305 2. B,D C121208 2. B,C M120703
3. A, B, D P120205 3. A,B,C C121208 3. B, C, D M110601
4. A, B P121514 4. A,C C121208 4. A,B,C M120812
5. B, D P120305 5. A,B,D C121208 5. A,B,D M120333
6. A, D P120303 6. A,B,C,D C121206 6. A,D M120614
7. A, B, C, D P120216 7. A,B,C C121206 7. A,B,C,D M120604
8. A, B P120110 8. A,B,C,D C121207 8. A,C M113425
9. A, B, C P121419 9. A,D C121201 9. A,D M113414
10. A, B P120408 10. A,B,C,D C121204 10. A,B,C M110606
PART–C PART –C PART–C
1. 2 P120105 1. 2 C121203 1. 1 M120813
2. 1 P120305 2. 4 C121206 2. 6 M120613
3. 6 P120216 3. 3 C121210 3. 2 M110607
4. 6 P121517 4. 2 C121208 4. 2 M113801
5. 2 P121411 5. 6 C121206 5. 2 M120604
6. 1 P121411 6. 2 C121203 6. 3 M110610
7. 8 P120306 7. 4 C121204 7. 3 M120813
8. 7 P120306 8. 1 C121206 8. 2 M120612
9. 6 P121420 9. 5 C121203 9. 0 M110607
10. 2 P121423 10. 4 C121208 10. 7 M113623

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PHASE TEST-IV: PAPER-1
HINT & SOLUTIONS
SECTION–I : PHYSICS
PART-A
1. A, B, C, D P120205
2. A, C P120305
m 1 4 16
r  rH : rHe : r0  : :  1: 2 : 2
q 1 1 2
Radius is smallest for H+, so it is deflected most
3. A, B, D P120205
Let VD be the potential of D, then
VA  VD VB  VD VC  VD
   0  VD = 40 V
10 20 30
70  40 40 40  10
Also, ratio of current in AD, DB and DC are : :
10 20 30
i.e. 3 : 2 : 1
Also total power network draws, P   I2R  200 W
4. A, B P121514
5. B, D P120305 y
First find centre of circular path and than use
mv C Fm ×
PC  PQ  2 × × ×× ×
qB Fm ×O × ××
(q,m)
× × ×× × ×× × × ×
mv × × × × × ×× ×× x
PC  PQ  ×
P×××Magnetic
× × × ×× ××
qB × × ×× ×× × × × ×
× × × ×
arc length × ×× × × × ×× ××
t × ×× × × × × ×× ××
v × ×× ×× ×
× ×× ××
× ××
×
6. A, D P120303
Use ampere’s law to find magnetic field due to solid cylinder current = µ0Jd/2
ue to cylinder on its own axis is 0
Applying superposition principle we can get the required answers.
7. A, B, C, D P120216
12q
8. A, B P120110
q1
1  3q 6q q1 12q 
   0 +6q
4 0  3a 3a 3a 4a  3q D
C
 q1   18q B
A
q1  9 q

12q
1  3q q2 q3 12q 
4 0  3a  3a  3a  4a   0 q3
  q2
1  3q q2 q3 12q  3q D
   0 C
4 0  2a 2a 3a 4a  B
A
Solving
q2  3q
q2  9q

9. A, B, C P121419

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10. A, B P120408
dq = 2zdz
And if dV be the potential due to this infinitesimal pair of elements at P
 2zdz  lx lx
 dV = 3/2
V= 1/2

40 z2  x 2  
20 R2  x 2 
V lR 2
Since, E =   E= 3/2
x 
2 0 R 2  x 2 
PART–C
1. 2 P120105
2. 1 P120305
3. 6 P120216
No current will flow through the capacitor.
4. 6 P121517
(3E)2
I case, t  msT ….. (i)
R
(NE)2
II case, t  (2m)sT ….. (ii)
(2R)
Resistance and mass are doubled when length is doubled.
Divide equation (ii) by equation (i)
N2
 2 or N = 6.
18
5. 2 P121411
Flux linked with four surfaces will be zero.
Other two surfaces have flux equal to a3 each
Total flux = 2a3
6. 1 P121411
q
0
7. 8 P120306

8. 7 P120306
Given : B  C
    3
Floop  i1  B  8N ; FAB  i 2  B  9N 
 4
 1 2
FBC  Floop
2 A  D
Force on CD 1
                 
 
FCD = i 4  B = i 1  2  3  B = i 1  B  i 2  B  i 3  B = Floop  FAB  Floop = Floop  FAB
2 2

2
FCD = 42  9 2  2  4  9  = 7 N.
3

9. 6 P121420
10. 2 P121423

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Chemistry
Part – A
1. A,B,C
2. B,D
3. A,B,C
4. A,C
5. A,B,D
6. A, B, C, D
(A) + H3C CH2 CH2 Cl

AlCl3

CH3
HC
CH3

CH2 CH2 CH3


+

Major Minor

O CH2 CH2CH3
O N2H4
AlCl3 C CH2 CH3
(B) + H3C CH2 C Cl glycol, KOH

7. A, B, C
Fact (Mechanism of Wolff-Kishner reduction)
8. A,B,C,D
9. A,D
10. A,B,C,D
Part – C
1. 2
2. 4
3. 3
4. 2
5. 6
6. 2
7. 4
Compounds containing acidic H atom will be soluble in alkali. But alcohol are insoluble in
alkali.
8. 1
O
O3
Zn/H2O will give only one intra molecular aldol condensation

O
sym. diketone

9. 5
Cl
HO O
H3C Cl H3C CO2
CH3
O
10. 4

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MATHEMATICS

1. B,D M120809
We have, f(x) = x2 + ax2bx3
1
2
Now a   t[(a  1)t  bt 3 ]dt
1
1
2b
 a  2b  t 4 dt 
1 5
1 1
2 3
Again, b   f(t)dt   ((a  1)t  bt )dt
1 1
1
 b  2  (a  1)t 2dt
0

2(a  1)
 b
3
5a 2(a  1)
From eqs. (i) and (ii), 
2 3
 5 2  2 11 2
   a   a 
 2 3  3 6 3
4 10
 a and b 
11 11
1 1
4 10
Hence,  tf(t)dt  and  tf(t)dt 
1
11 1
11
2 3
 f(x) = (a+1)x + bx
f(1) = (a+1)+b
f(1)=(a+1)b
30
 f(1) + f(1) = 2(a+!) =
11
20
and f(1)  f( 1)  2b 
11

2. B,C M120703
 
x x 
 e P(x)dx   P(x)e   e  xP(x)dx
0
0 0

x 
 P(0)  P(x)e   e  xP(x)dx
0
0

3. B, C, D M110601

4. A,B,C M120812

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/2

/2 /4 O /2 3/4 


X X
/4

/2

Y

5. A,B,D M120333
f(x)  loge e x  x.loge e  x shown as
Y

f(x)

X X
O

Y

 x
| x | . , x  0  x, x  0
(B) g(x) | x | sgn x   |x| 
 0, 0, x  0
 x0
 g(x) = x, which is same as f(x)
2|x|
(D) k(x)  lim .tan1(nx)
n  
 2x 
   2, x 0
  x, x  0
 2x  
    , x  0   x, x  0  k(x)  x, x
  2 0, x  0
 0, x 0 

6. A,D M120614
f(0)  f(2)
By intermediate mean value theorem, we get  f(c),0  c  2 ….(i)
2
By Lagrange’s mean value theorem, we get f(1)  f(0) = f(c1), 0 < c1 < 1 ….(ii)
f(2)f(1) = f(c2), 1 < c2 < 2 …..(iii)
On subtracting Eq. (ii) from Eq. (iii), we get f(2)  f(0)2f(1)  f (c 2 )  f (c1 ) …..(iv)
f (c 2 )  f (c1 )
Again, by Lagrange’s mean value theorem, we get f (c 3 )  , for some c3(c1,c2)
c 2  c1
 f (c 2 )  f (c1 )  (c 2  c1 )f (c 3 )  0 [f(x) < 0] …..(v)
From eqs (iv) and (v), we get f(2)  f(0)  2f(1)  0  f(0)  f(2)  2f(1)

7. A,B,C,D M120604

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 x2 
h(x)  3f    f(3  x 2 )
 3
 x2 
h'(x)  2x f '    f '(3  x 2 )( 2x)
 3
4 2  x2 
h''(x)  x f ''    (4x 2 )f ''(3  x 2 )
3  3
If f ''(x)  0 so h''(x)  0
h'(x) is increasing function.
  x2  
h'(x)  2x  f '    f '(3  x 2 )
  3 
3 3
h'(x)  0 at x  , ,0
2 2
Sign of h'(x)

Hence all are correct.

8. A,C M113425
0 < ex < 2 and 0 < ex < 2
   x  loge 2 and    x  loge 2
 ( < x < loge2)
and (loge2 < x < )
 loge2 < x < loge2
 , x 0

 f(x)   
 2 , x  (  loge 2,0)  (0,loge 2)
9. A,D M113414
Put x  1 = t, x = t2 + 1
f(x)  t 2  1  2t  t 2  1  2t | t  1 |  | t  1 |
Where t  [0, ) and x  [1, )

10. A,B,C M110606


sin(tan t) tan t
(a) lim  1
t 0 tant sin t

(b) Put t  x
2
sin(sin x)
lim 1
t 0 sin(x)
1  x  (1  x) 2
(c) lim  1
x 0
x  ( 1  x  1 x ) 2
|x|
(d) lim  does not exist
x 0 x

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NUMERICALS :
1. 1 M120813
Here, f (a)  3 and f(b) = 1
b b
 (f (x))2  1 2 2
  f (x).f (x)dx     (f (b))  (f (a))
a  2 a 2
1
 1 3  1
2

2. 6 M120613
ln x 1  ln x
f(x)   f (x)   0  x=e. Clearly f(x) is many-one for 1 < x < . So, 1 < a < e
x x2
ln2 lnb
 a = 2. Now for  ,b  I .b must be of the type 2k.k>1
2 b
So, 2k = 2k, which is true for k = 2 but not for any k  2. So, k = 2 and b = 4. So, a +b = 6.

3. 2 M110607
12  2 2  3 2  ...  r 2 4r r  12r  1 2  2r  1  2 1 1 
tr = 3 =    = 3  r  r  1
3 3
1  2  3  ...  r 3
6r r  1
2 2
3  r r  1  
n n
2 r 1 1 
Now Sn =   1r t r
r 1

3
  1  r  r  1
r 1

2  1 1 1   1 1 1 
 Sn =   1     ....       ....
3  2 3 4   2 3 4 
2  1 1 1   1 1 1  
=  1     ....  1     ....  1
3  2 3 4   2 3 4  
2
Now lim Sn   log1  1  log1  1  1   2 .
x  3 3

4. 2 M113801
x 2009
f(x) =  (1  x 2 )1006 dx
Put 1 + x2 = t  2x dx = dt
1004
1 (t – 1)1004 dt 1  1  1
 I=    1–  . dt
2 t1006 2  t t2
1 1
Put 1–  y  2 dt  dy
t t
1004
1 (t – 1)1004 dt 1  1  1
 I=     1–  . dt
2 t1006 2  t t2
1 1
Put 1–  y  2 dt  dy
t t
1 1004 1 y1005
 I= y dy  . C
2 2 1005
1005 1005
1  t – 1 1  x2 
= .  C  .  C
2010  t  2010  1  x 2 

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n 2010
m = 1005, n = 2010   2
m 1005
5. 2 M120604
Obviously, f is increasing and g is decreasing in (x1,x2) hence,
f(g( 2  2 ))  f(g(3  4)) as f is increasing
 g(a22) > g(34)
 2  2 < 3  4 as g is decreasing
25+4<0
(1)( 4)<0  (1,4)

6. 3 M110610
(ax  bx 2 )c
lim (LH Rule)
ex1
x 1
And a + b = 0
7. 3 M120813
1
2
 (yx  y
0
)dx
1 1 2
 2 x2  x 1
0  yx  y  4  dx  0 4 dx  12
1 2
 x 1 1
   y   dx  
0
2 12 12
x
 y  f(x) 
2
8. 2 M120612
f(x) = 12+18x6x2
=6(x23x+2) = 6(x1)(x2)
 f(x) > 0, if 1 < x < 2
and f(x) < 0, if 2 < x  4
 f(x) is monotonically increasing in 1 < x < 2 monotonically decreasing in 2 < x  4.
 Absolute maximum = The greatest among {f(1), f(2)}
= The greatest among {1, 2} = 2.
9. 0 M110607
 1 x  ( ,0]
g(x)   x
e x  (0,  )
x  1 x  0 (  x  1)3
 f(x)   x and lim 0
 e x 0 x  ex
10. 7 M113623

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