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FULL TEST – III

JEE (Advanced)-2019
PAPER –1

ANSWERS, HINTS & SOLUTIONS


Physics PART – I

SECTION – A

1. C
Sol. As V increases, E increases, min decreases, K remains constant SO (K  min ) increases

2. A, B, C, D

3. A, B, D
 u/a 1  ku4
Sol. Work done by B   k  ut  at 2  udt  2
0
 2  3a
u/a  1  5ku4
Work done by A   k  ut  at 2  atdt  
0
 2  24a2
2
1  u2  ku4
Energy stored in spring  k    2
2  2a  8a

4. A, B, C
m1  m2 g
Sol. (A) a  g   2m / s2
m1  m2 5
1 2
h at  t  2 sec.
2
U2
(B) H  4  where U  at
2g
 4.8 m.
2U
(C) 6 kg block will be lifted after time 2   2.8 sec .
g

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5. A, B, D

6. A, B, C, D

7. B
d  d d 
Sol. 2T sin  Rdap2R  sin 
2  2 2 
T  apR2 2 .

T d T

8. A
1
Sol. KE  m 2R 2  R3 ap2 .
2
T
Stress in ring   pR2 2
a
1 (stress)2
PE   volume
2 Y
p2R5 a4
PE 
y

9. B
Sol. Finally, the capacitors are in parallel and total charge (= q0 ) distributes between them in direct
ratio of capacity.
 C2 
 qC2    q0  in steady state.
 C1  C2 
But this charge increases exponentially.
Hence, charge on C2 at any time t is
 C q 

qC2   2 0  1  e t/ C 
 C1  C2 
Initially,C2 is uncharged so, whatever is the charge on C2 it is charge flown through switches

10. A
Sol. Common potential in steady state when they finally come in parallel is
Total charge q0
V 
Total capacity C1  C2
Total heat dissipated Ui  Uf
2
q2 1  q0 
 0   C1  C2   
2C1 2  C1  C2 
2
 q2  C C 
  0  1 2 
 2C1   C1  C2 

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SECTION – D

11. 00000.00
Sol. Since force which try to move the system is less than max friction hence system does not move.
Hence T  0, f  0

f=0
T=0
10 N

10 N

12. 00002.00
F 0.02
 
 A
Sol. n  10  103 kg / ms  10 2 poise
 dv  2
  1
 dx 

13. 00005.00
Sol. Velocity of bike Vb  30 m / s
Let velocity of car be Vc
Vso  Vb
fobs  factual 
Vso  Vc
330  30
120 Hz  100 Hz 
330  Vc
 VC  30 m / s
Distance between initial and final pulse of horn
 Vso  t  VC t t is duration of emission of sound
  330  30   6  1800 m
This wave train travels with 330 m/s and cross bike rider moving with velocity of 30 m/s towards
it.
length of wave train 1800 180
time taken     5 sec
Vso  Vb 330  30 36

14. 00500.00
Sol. EMF, 1 (due to varying B)  B0 l vt
 2 (due to motion of PQ)  B0 l vt .
  1  2  2B0 l vt
2B0lvt 2B02l2 vt 2
 F  ilB  lB0 t 
R R
15. 00025.00
Sol. (Vrms )R  irmsR  150 V
2
(Vrms )L  Vrms  (Vrms )R2  200 V
(Vrms )L  irms XL  irms 2fL
200 1
L  H
10  2  50 5

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16. 00004.00
  
Sol.   v.(B  l)
ˆi ˆj kˆ
ˆ 0
 (2i) 1 2  4
0 3/5 4/5

17. 00450.00
(2C)V 2
Sol. V1   V
3C 3
1 4 2CV 2
U1  C V 2 
2 9 9
V
V2 
3
1 V2 V 2 CV 2
U2  (2C) C 
2 9 9 9
2
CV
Initial total energy 
3
1
Final total energy  (2C)V 2  CV 2
2
2 4
Charge flow through the battery  2CV  CV  CV
3 3
4
 Wbattery  CV 2
3
4CV 2 2CV 2 2
 Heat dissipated    CV 2
3 3 3

18. 00000.00
L
Sol. R  RC  L / R i.e. time constants of RC & LR circuit are same.
C
After switching from 1 to 2

i0 
2R
i0 R

R i  i1

R
i1
From loop rule,
(i0  i1 ) R   / 2  i1 R  0
2i0R  
 i1  0
4R

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Chemistry PART – II
SECTION – A

19. B, C, D

20. B, C, D

21. A, B, C

22. A, B, C, D

23. B, C, D
Sol. The SRP should be high for a species to be a good oxidizing agent.

24. B, D
Sol. Factual

25. C
Sol. Boric acid (mild antiseptic), chloramphenicol (antibiotic) and aspirin (antipyretic as well as
Analgesic) are all medicinal compounds.

26. B
2 *2 2 2 2
Sol. N2 : KK 2s  2s 2p x
2p y
2p z
(B.O = 3, Diamagnetic)
2 *2 2 2
N2 : KK 2s 2s 2p x 2p y
12pz (B.O = 2.5, Paramagnetic)
2 *2 2
C2 : KK2s 2s 2p x
12py (B.O = 2, Diamagnetic)
2 *2 2
C2 : KK 2s 2s 2px 12py (B.O = 1.5, Paramagnetic)
NO : KK 22s 2s
*2 2 2
2pz 2p x
2
2p y
*1
2p z
(B.O. = 2.5, Paramagnetic)
NO  : KK 22s 2s
*2 2 2
2pz 2p x
2
2p y
(B.O. = 3, Diamagnetic)
2 *2 2 2 2 *2 *1
O 2 : KK 2s 2s 2pz 2p x
2p y
2p x
2p y
(B.O. = 2., Paramagnetic)
2 *2 2 2 2 *1
O 2 : KK 2s 2s 2pz 2p x
2p y
2p x
(B.O. = 2.5, Paramagnetic)

27. B

28. B

SECTION – D

29. 00005.00
Sol. Given, D 2  30.4  107 cm
D 1  108.5  107 cm
+
Let excited state of He be n2. It comes from n2 to n1 and then n1 to 1 to emit two successive
photon

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1 1 1
 RH.Z2  2  2 
D2  1 n1 
1 1 1
7
 109678  4  2  2 
30.4  10  1 n1 
 n1  2
Now for D 1 : n1  2 and n2 : ?
1  1 1
 RH Z 2  2  2 
D1  2 n2 
1 1 1
 109678  4  2  2 
108.5  10 7  2 n2 
 n2  5
Thus, excited state for He is 5th orbit.

30. 00004.00

31. 00008.00
Sol. Total number of geometrical isomers in
  
O   
Pt  H2N  CH  CH3   CO O   Total number of stereoisomer in Pt  gly 3  some of
  2 
geometrical isomers and stereoisomers of given complexes = 8.

32. 00008.00
1000 K f WB
Sol. Tf  , MB  79x
MB WA
1000  5.12  2.47 632.32
79x   632.32  x  8
0.4  50 79

33. 00004.02
Sol. 2+
Mg 2e Mg
2F 24 g

24 g Mg need change  2F  2  96500 C


18
18 g Mg needs charge  (2  96500) 
24
2  96500 18
It  Q  t   seconds
10 24

3474000
 seconds  14475 seconds
240
14475
 hr  4.02 hours
3600

34. 00002.82

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35. 00086.20
Sol. Total mass of the water  M  100 g Latent heat of vaporization of water at
0 o C  L1  21.0  105 J / Kg
Latent heat of fusion of ice  L 2  3.36  105 J / Kg
Suppose, the mass of the ice formed  m
Then, the mass of water evaporated  M  m
Heat lost by the water in freezing  Heat taken by the water in evaporation
Thus, mL2  (M  m)L1 or m  86.2 g

36. 00008.00
Sol. In Mgx Aly O z , O 2 ions are in ccp arrangement. Number of atoms in a unit cell of ccp  4 . Hence,
there are 4 octahedral voids and 8 tetrahedra voids.
1 1
Total positive charge  charge on Mg2   charge on Al3    8  2   4  3  8
8 2

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Mathematics PART – III


SECTION – A

37. B, C
x2 x 2018
Sol. Let P(x)  1  x   ..... 
2! 2018!
2017
x x
P '(x)  1   .... 
1! 2017!
P(x)  P '(x)
  (2018)! dx
P(x)
 P '(x) 
 2018!  1   dx
 P(x) 
 2018!  x  ln P(x)   C

38. A, B, D
n
 2 
Sol. an    1  2K K , x  1
K 0  x  x 2 
n1
x  1 x2  1
 . n1
x  1 x2  1
 x  1  1  0  x  1
lim an    
n
 x  1  1  0  x  1
x 1
 f(x) 
x 1

39. A, B, C
6
Sol. f(x)  f (x)   1  x
 
6
f(0)  f(0)  1  0  f(0)  0
6
& 7  f(x)  f '(x)  1  f '(x)
6
f '(x) 7  f  x    1  1
 
 f '(x)  0 v x  R
 f(x) is increasing function x  R
 x 7  x  f 1 (x)
2
  (x 7  x) dx  3
0
a f(a)
&  f(x)dx   f 1 (x)dx  af(a)
0 0

3 f( 3)  7
  f(x)dx  8 3  f( 3)   4f( 3 )
0 8  

40. A, C
Sol. Let T be the midpoint of PR, perpendicular from T to PR meets C1 C2 .
Also MP2  MR2  MQ 2  MS2  MT 2  TR 2
Hence M is centre of required circle

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PR  (C1 C 2 )2  (r1  r2 )2 P T
R

 100  4  96
  MT  TR2
2 2
C1 M C2
2
24 2 96
   TR  9  Q
S
 2  4
 9  24  33

41. A, B, C, D
n
 1  (n  1)!
Sol. S(n  1)   ( 1)nr 1  
r 0  r  1  r!(n  1  r)!
n n
(n  1)! n  2 1
  (1)n r n 1Cr   ( 1)n r .
r 0 r 0 (r  1)! (n  1  r)! n  2
n
1 nr n  2
 1
n2
 ( 1)
r 0
Cn 1r

1  ( 1)n
 1
n2

42. A, B, C, D
sin 4t
Sol. A(t) 
sin t
sin16t
A(4t)  .
sin 4t

43. A
44. A
2
Sol.  f(x)  1  x f(x  1)........(1)
x 1
 f(x)  2 (x  1).......(2)
2

Replacing x by x  1in eqn (2)


x2
 f(x  1)  2(x  2)........(3)
2
From (1) we have
1 2
 x f(x  1)   f(x)   2  x f(x  1)
2
From (2) & (3)
1  x(x  2) 2
  f(x)  2 [1  x(x  2)]
2
Taking square root
21/2 (1  x)  f(x)  21/2 (1  x)
On continuing the process, k times we get
k k
21/2 1  x   f(x)  21/ 2 (1  x)
Let k   gives 1  x  f(x)  1  x)
 f(x)  x  1
45. A
46. C

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Sol. Cn  a1  a2  .......  an
a1, a2 , ........an are in A.P with common difference = 2
dn  b1  b2  .......  bn are in A.P with common difference = 2
(an , cn ) lies on y  px2  qx  r
c n  p an2  q an  r
c n 1  p(an21  qan 1  r
c n  cn 1  p(an2  an21 )  q(an  an 1 )
 an  p(an  an 1 )(an  an 1 )  q(an  an1 )
an  (an  an 1 ) [p(an  an 1 )  q]
let n  2 & 3
a 2  d [p(a2  a 4 )  q].....(1)
a3  d [p(a3  a2 )  q].....(2)
Subtracting above 2 eqns (1) & (2)
a3  a2  d [p(a3  a1 )]
1
4p  1  p  .
4
Adding (1) & (2)
1
q
2
SECTION – D
47. 00002.00
Sol. f '(x)  2  3x 2  0  f(x) is decreasing
 f  f(x)   f(  x)  f(x)  x
 30  x  x3  0  x3  x  30  0
 (x  3)(x 2  3x  10)  0
 x3
No. of values = 2

48. 00010.00
1 Y
Sol. Area of  ABC  ab  1
2
1 D
Area of  ACD  bc  3
2 c
1
Area of  ADB  ac  90
2 A b
Area of BCD a
C X
1 2 2
 a b  b2 c 2  c 2 a2 B
2
1 Z
  2 1  9  90  10
2
49. 00005.00
Sol. On subtracting given equation
(tan p  1)3  (1  cot q)3   2019 (tanp  1)  (1  cot q)  0
 [tanp  cot q  2] [(tanp  1)2  (1  cot q)2  (tanp  1) (1  cot q)  2019]  0
This is possible if tanp  cot q  2

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 sin r  cos r  1
3 
 r  2,  , 0, , 2
2 2
50. 00025.00
AB r A
Sol. In AO1B  1 ......(1)
sin2B cosB O1 O2
AC r
In  AO 2 B  2 .......(2)
90   30o 90  C
sin2C cosC 2B 2C
From above (2) equations
r1 90   90  C r2
AB . AC r1 r2

sin 2B . sin2C cosB cos C
2 R sinC . 2R sinB
 r1 r2
2sinB 2 sinC
B 5 C
2
 2 5 
r1 r2  R   o 
 25 .
 2sin30 
51. 00153.86
Sol. D0
4(p  q  7)2  8pq  0
 (p  7)2  (q  7)2  72 interior & circumference of this represents an circle with centre
(7, 7) & radius 7
 Area  49  .
52. 00018.00
1 2 3
Sol. 2 3 1 [p q r]
3 1 2
2
 18(p  q) . r  18 r
2
So maximum value of 18r is 18.

 r  p q 
53. 00009.00
3
C1. 3 C2 9
Sol. Required Probability  7

C4 35
54. 00007.00
1000 1000
2/3
Sol. n   x 2 /3 dx  3(x1/3 )1000  27......(1)
n 1 1
1000 1000
&  n2/3 
n 1
 x 2/3 dx + 12/3
 
 22/3  22/3  32/3  
1
2 /3
(3 2/3  42 /3 )  ....  (9992/3  10002/3 )  1000    28 …… (2)
 From (1) & (2)
1000 
M    n2 /3   27
 n 1 
 M  20  7

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