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TEST # 12
PAPER-1
PART-1 : PHYSICS
SECTION-I

Q.
A.

SECTION-II

Q.1

SECTION-IV

Q.
A.

1
A,D
A
R
1
0

2
C,D
B
R
2
5

3
A,C,D
C
S
3
5

4
A,D
D
P
4
2

5
A,C,D
Q.2
5
5

6
B
A
Q,S,T
6
1

7
B
B
P,R,T
7
0

8
A,B,C,D
C
P,R,T
8
2

9
B,C
D
Q,S,T

10
A,C

SOLUTION
SECTIONI
1.

(C)

Ans. (A,D)

Sol. By conservation of linear momentum both will get

same velocity of centre of mass

But by conservation of angular momentum about

centre of mass
System 2 have angular velocity also
K1 < K2
1
1 2
2
[where k = mv cm I ]
2
2

2.

Ans. (C,D)

Sol. h
3.

2 1 2
2

v p 4 cos

cos
0.1
0.4 15 0.2
0.2

1
2
mvcm
mgh
2

h1 = h2

2 0.085
4

1mm
3
r 13.6 10 10 500

Ans. (A,C,D)

Sol. (A) Sx = 4 cos kx sin t

2
2

0.05 sin
0.05 = 2 2
= 4 cos
0.40
0.2

0.4
v
2m / s
T
0.2

1
= 20
2
Ans. (A, D)

= +40

4.

Sol.

1
k 0 E12 k
5
2
2 =
1
3
k 2 0 E 22 k1
2

1
1 2 4
2
1 , 1 = =
15
3
5 3 5
5.
Ans. (A,C,D)
Sol. Parallel ray will pass through focus after passing
through lens.
Slab will shift the image by an amount

1
2
of = t 1 = 3 1 = 1 cm
3

Final image will form at 11 cm
If converging rays meet at the point of image, image
is known as real. If diverging rays meet at thepoint
of image, image is known as virtual.

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6.

Ans. (B)
=

Sol. As tension is always perpendicular to the velocity

its speed remain same.
7.
8.

Ans. (A,B,C,D)
2cx
a2

ma Fy

9.

Ans. (B,C)

10.

Ans. (A,C)

Sol.

Ans. (B)

Sol. Fx

2cy
b2

Path diffrence due to slab (3) = x = t[ 1]

1 2 1
1
kx m 2 4 2 m1x 22
2
2
2

(C) (10 (9 + ) = 0 Central Maxima

v1 1

v2 4

1 2 1
1
kx m1v12 m 2 v 22
2
2
2

2.

1
1
m1 22 m1 5v12
2
2

v2

8
5

SECTION-IV
1.

Ans. 0

2.

Ans. 5

3.

Ans. 5

Sol.

Ba 2
i
2R

2 m
4 R

1
0.1 40
1
20 = 2

400
2 1

SECTION-II
1.

4.

Ans. 2

Sol.

dm
/0
0.08
0.081
dt 0
1 rT

1 5
= 5 m
2 2

Phase diffrence
LTS-2/16

(D)-(Q,S,T)

1
1 m
2
m1 v12 1 4v1
2
2 4

2
1
106
9
500 10
4

4
2

5
5

1
1
[1] m
4
4

m2 4 1

m1 16 4

v1

3 3 9
m
2 3 4

2 9
106 9
4

m1v1 = m2v2

2
5
106 m = 10
9
500 10
2

0.8 + 0.8 rT = 0.81

2x

rT

0.01
103
0.80

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T

9 10 9 0.01 10 6
90
V
5V
=
18
18

dms
T
dt

103

5.

Potential at centre

1
100
2
80
16

0.8 103
25
4000
10
4

6.

Ans. 1

Sol.

H
n T

nCQ T W

= 2 103 W

Ans. 5

= 2R R = R

kQ kQ kQ kQ
1 2
1

= kQ 6 9 kQ 18
12 12
9
9

nT

7.

Ans. 0

8.

Ans. 2

Sol. Momentum of electron pe = 2meV

Moment um of particle, pp 2
12m
Q

37
15m

PART-2 : CHEMISTRY
SECTION-I

Q.
A.

SECTION-II

Q.1

SECTION-IV

Q.
A.

9m

1
C,D
A
P
1
8

2
C,D
B
S
2
8

3
A,C,D
C
R,T
3
4

4
B,C,D
D
Q
4
2

5
A,B,C
Q.2
5
4

p
e

h / pp
h / pe

6
A,B
A
P,Q,S
6
3

m
eV
4

m
2
m/4

7
B,D
B
P,Q,S
7
2

8
B,C,D
C
P,T
8
4

9
B,C
D
Q,R

10
A,C,D

SOLUTION
SECTION - I
1.

2.

Ans. (C, D)

(BE)PCl =

120
40kJ / mole
3

All molecules move with different speeds and due

to molecular collision, kinetic energy of molecules
will change.

1
3
P4 (s) H 2 (g)
PH 3 (g) ; H = 8
4
2

Ans. (C,D)

3
1

8 = 320 216 3 (B E) P H
4
2

1
3
P4 (s) Cl2 (g)
PCl3 (g)32 ; H = 140
4
2

3
1

4

(BE)PH = 132 kJ/mole

H2 2H ; H = 216 (Hf)H =

216
108
2

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120
60
2

LTS-3/16

3.

Ans. (A,C,D)

SECTION - IV

: 2Br Br2 + 2e

Anode

1.

4.

Ans. 8

Ans. (B,C,D)

n 32

8
4 4

5.

Ans. (A,B,C)

6.

Ans. (A,B)

7.

Ans. (B,D)

2A(g) + B(g) 2C(g)

8.

Ans. (B,C,D)

ng = 2 (1 + 2) = 1

9.

Ans. (B,C)

10.

2.

Ans. (A,C,D)

G = 25

(B) pOH = 6 + log

0.1
10 (P)
0.1
0.1
6 pH = 8 (S)
0.1

1
(C) pH = [14 + 5 7] = 6 (R), (T)
2
500 0.02
0.01 ,
(D) [H ] =
1000

(1) 2 300
25kcal
1000

Ans (A)-(P) ; (B)-(S) ; (C)-(R,T); (D)-(Q)

(A) pH = 10 + log

[OMR Ans. 8]

Hr = 25.6 +

SECTION - II
1.

Ans. 125

300 500
125kcal
1000

|G| = 125
Ans. 8
3.

Ans. (4)

4.

Ans. (2)

5.

Ans. (4)
i, ii, iv, v

500 0.02
0.01
[OH ] =
1000

6.

Ans. (3)
i, ii, vi

7.

ii, iv

2.

Ans. (A)-(P,Q,S); (B)-(P,Q,S); (C)-(P,T);

(D)-(Q,R)

LTS-4/16

Ans. (2)

8.

Ans. (4)
i, ii, iv, v

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PART-3 : MATHEMATICS
SECTION-I

Q.
A.

SECTION-II

Q.1

SECTION-IV

Q.
A.

1
A,B,C,D
A
Q,R
1
3

2
A,B,D
B
P,R
2
4

3
A,B,C
C
Q,T
3
6

4
B,C,D
D
Q,S
4
2

5
A,B,D

6
A,D
A
P,Q,R
6
3

Q.2
5
0

7
A,C,D
B
T
7
2

8
A,B,C,D
C
T
8
1

9
B,C,D
D
S

10
A,C

SOLUTION
1.

4.

SECTION-I
Ans. (A,B,C,D)

5.

x 13 y 11 z 15

L
2
2
1

A(13,11,15)

P 2 13, 2 11, 15

2
1

t1 t 2
3

Putting P in plane 6
F(1,1,9)
+ 13 = 2, 11 = 2, + 15 = 18
A' (11,13,3)
Perpendicular distance

A'()

2 3 t1

26 22 15 9
18
3

1
t1

t1 2 3t 1 1

6.

1 9 9
35
volume 9 3
6 2 2
2

2.

Ans. (B,C,D)
Do yourself
Ans. (A,B,D)
LR = 4a = 4
AB = 4 cosec2 = 16

Ans. (A,B,D)
5
2
2
z4 z2 + 1 = 0 z cos z cos
3
3

Ans. (A,D)
1
a and are the roots of the equation
b
6x2 + 20x + 15 = 0
1
10
a 5
a
and
b
3
b 2
b3
2

ab 9 ab 1

1
1

a. 9 a
b
b

z cos m z cos n
3
6

3.

now Doyourself.
Ans. (A,B,C)
dy
2x
1
d

1 x2 y 1
2
2
dx 1 x
1 x
dx

1
6

5
1000 2015
9.
2
27

Ans. (A,C,D)
1

I (3x )dx
0

x
2
x 1

I (31 x )dx
0

1
2

1
0
1/2

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7.

2I (3)dx
0

Also (a.b) = (a) + (b)

(a2) = 2(a)
using this C & D also correct.
LTS-5/16

8.

Ans. (A,B,C,D)
1
t x dt, x 0
0
1
1
x
x x t dt x t dt t x dt, 0 x 1
0
x
0
1
x t dt, x 1
0

1.

P A

C 4 6 C 5 6 C 6 11 a

26
32 b

1 p

2 q

P B

1 2x
2 ,x 0
2
2x 2x 1
x
,0 x 1
2

2x 1
2 ,x 1

9.

SECTION II
Ans. (A)(Q,R); (B)(P,R); (C)(Q,T);
(D)(Q,S)

5
C 5C4 5C5 1 u
A P AB
P
2 3

26
2 v
B P B

B P BA 32 16 8 m
P

A P A 11 64 11 n

Ans. (B,C,D)
1
1
x
x
x
y

3
1
x3 3 2 x 1 3 x 1 2

x
x
x

2.

Ans. (A)(P,Q,R); (B)(T); (C)(T);

(D)(S)
499

(A)

1
t
ty 3
x
t 3t 2
1
y
2
t2 3
t

2k 1

100
499

10

(B)

x x ' x
Now at
h x

C 2k

= 10.2998

' x dx x ' x dx
0

999

k 0

1 1
2
1
t2 3 t2 3 6 y
t t
t
6
Ans. (A,C)
'(x) < '(x) + x"(x) '(x) < (x'(x))1
x

C 2k 1

k 0

10.

1000

3 1

3 1 '

...(1)

h 'x

x ' x x
2

I ' 2 4 C0

4 C2

x
x
x (0,1) (from (1))
h
Now g(x) > x {As is concave up in (0,1)}
h(g(x)) > h(x)

(C) Do yourself

g x

g x

LTS-6/16

x
x

(x) g(x) < x x(0,1)

4C 4

I + 1 = 2{9 + 18 + 1}
= 56

= Dearrangment of 4 objects

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1.
2.
3.
4.

{Taking cross with a }

c a b a 2 c a.b a a 2 b

1 a2 c b a a b a 0

SECTION IV
Ans. 3
Do yourself
Ans. 4
Do yourself
Ans. 6
Use |PS PS'| = 2b
Ans. 2
1

log2 y 2 2 x x
2

6.

1
x 1
cot

x x 1
2 2x 2

2x 1
x
log y 2 2 x 2 2 2 2x

2 2
1
cot
4 x 1
x x 1

lim

2x
2 22 x 2

1
2 x 1
2
lim

x
1 1
tan
2 x 1

2x 1
x
log y 2 2 x 2 22x 2

x = 0; y = e
Ans. 0

...(1)
c ac ab

...(2)
a.c 0

Also a c a a c a a b

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7.

Ans. 2

5.

Ans. 3
lim

2x 1
log y 2 2 2x 0
2

8.

Do yourself
Ans. 1
(1) > (1)
2>1+k
k<1

LTS-7/16

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TEST # 12
PART-1 : PHYSICS
Q.
A.
Q.
A.
Q.
A.

SECTION-I

SECTION-IV

PAPER-2
1
A,D
11
D
1
5

2
A,B,D
12
A
2
5

3
C,D

4
B,C

5
A,B

6
A,C

7
B

8
A,B,D

3
4

4
9

5
4

6
4

7
9

8
6

9
B,D

10
A,D

SOLUTION
SECTION-I
1.

2.

Ans. (A,D)

Sol. i

V
1
Q max CV1
R
LC

Sol.

Ans. (A,B,D)

3RTA
8RTC
2RTB

M
M
M
3TA

V
C

2V
R
L
R

TC

1 L 1 2

106 = 250
2 C 2 8

280 3
105 & TB = 420
8

PB TB 3

PA TA 2

1
H V idt Li 2
2
0

8TC
2TB

VC TC 3

VA TA
8
3
BC R TC TB
2

Rt

V
1
V e L dt Li 2
R0
2

3
R 420 105
2
CA = (280 105)R
Ans. (C,D)

Rt
V 2 L L 0

e
R R

1
Li 2
2

V2L 1 2
Li
R2 2

V2L 1
V2 1 V 2L

R2 2
R2 2 R2

HS-8/16

3.

Sol. (A)

R
0 J
0 J
2
0
2
2

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0 R
I

4 2 R 2
R

5.

Ans. (A,B)

Sol.

1
15
MR 2
MR 2 '
2
24
'

R
I
0
3R 2
4
4

1 5
4 1
k MR 2 MR 2 2
2 8
5
5

6.
(B)

R/2

Sol.
0 J
2

4.

(B)

z1 = 2z 1
z2 1 1

z 1 2

0I
3R

4kQ kQ
kQ
2
0
2
2
a
a
a

1
C z 1
z

z
z1 1

2
z 1
1

0 R
I

3R 3
4
4

kQ kQ
kQ
2
0
2
a
9a 3a 2

Ans. (A,C)

1
C z1 1
1

R
2 0

Ans. (B, C)

Sol. (A)

7.

z 1

2 2

Ans. (B)

Sol. T

T1T2
10 30

7.5days
T1 T2
40

t = 15 days
1

eliminated = 5 1

Total driving till then = 5e

n 2
15
10

(C)

(D)

kQ kQ kQ 34

0
9a 2 25a 2 225a 2
kQ 2 kQ 2
kQ 2

0
16a 2 4a 2 3a 2

15

0000CT103115009

5
1 2
= 5
g
2 2
2
1

decayed = 5 1

2 2
Remaining in body =

5
2

decayed in body =

5
1
1

2
2
LTS-9/16

8.

Ans. (A,B,D)

10.

Sol. Let magnetic field at centre of square due to

current in square is B1

3B

Ans. (A,D)

Sol. N B

mv 2B
R

B12 B2
N C mg
11.

45

mv 2C
R

Ans. (D)

h
h
h
where E = kinetic

p
2mE
2mqV
energy

Sol.
B1 2B

12.
0i
[sin 45] 2 4 2B
a
4
2

SECTION-IV
1.

aB
20

8g = k 0.2

a 3B2
= M B = ia B =
20

(B) U = MB cos 90 = 0

(D) Bnet =
9.

2B B B
2B B B

2 1

2 1

1g 1g 0.2

k
8g

x = 2.5 cm
If will be amplitude for SHM maximum height
= 2A = 5 cm

Sol. A B,
1
1
k 2 2 0 11 mv 2B
2
2

B C,
mg(3) 4 =

LTS-10/16

8g
0.2

When mass get turn then new equilibrium

shift by

Ans. (B,D)

mg(4) +

Ans. 5

Sol. At equilibrium

(C) Bnet =

150
150

1
V
150

Sol.

2 2 0 i
2B

a
i

Ans. (A)

2.

Ans. 5

Sol.
1
m v 2C v 2B
2

GM
4

G
3
R
3

t
3

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i 2
4
2 e2r (T )
r

3R

30
30
R

2e2 r 3T 4
i

As =

3 3

1
4
G
3

....(i)

68
10 3 T
9

Put =

68
10 3 T in equation (i) and after
9

solving we will get i = 0.18 A

=

3.

1
4 20
1011 800
3 3

1250sec

5.

Ans. 4

Sol. v Rg

Ans. 4
1
2 R 10
8

Sol. T = c sxyrz
[T] = [s]x []y [r]z

42
R
5

= [MT2]x [ML3]y [L]z

[T] = Mx+y L3y + z T2x
x+y=0
1
1
2x = 1 x = , y =
2
2
3y + z = 0
3
z
2

Tc

r 3
s

T 1 3 r 1 s

T
2 2 r 2 s

1
1
3 4
2
2

R 4 2
T

4sec
2
2 5
v
6.

Ans. 4

330
Sol. 330 300 v 300
1

v1 = 30 m/s
360

330
300
330 v 2

330 v 2

330
10 275
12

4.

Ans. 9

Sol.

d
68
10 3 m / K
=
dT
9

V = 25 m/s

100 = V T

i 2
= e2r (T4 T04)
r 2

T = 4 sec

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v2 = 55 m/s

LTS-11/16

7.

Ans. 9

Sol. Using Kirchhoffs first law at junctions a and

b, we have found the current in other wires of

x
2

1
3

x
2

1
f

1
1
1

1 f
x
x
2

1A
3
4V

3
2A

3A
C

3V

2
2
1

2x 1 2x 3 f

2A a

4F

2A 3A
b

2A

4
6A

1 9x 2 4x 6
4

2
f 2x 3 2x 1
4x 8x 3

2
f = x 2x

1A

Now, to calculate the energy stored in the

capacitor we will have to first find the potntial
difference Vab across it.

3
4

1
2
1

x 2x 1 f

2x 2x 1

Va 3 5 3 1 + 3 2 = Vb

2x 1 x

1
f

Va Vb = Vab = 12 volt
f = 2x2 + x = x2 + 2x +
U=

1
CV2ab
2
x2 x

1
(0.125 106) (12)2 J
2

= 9 mJ
8.

Ans. 6

3
4

3
0
4

3
1
1 1 3
= or
2
2
2

f = 2x2 + x

Sol. From situation, it is clear that it is diverging

lens to left of C.

C
x

LTS-12/16

B
1/2

9 3
= 2 = 6cm
4 2

A
1

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PART-2 : CHEMISTRY
SECTION-I

SECTION-IV

Q.
A.
Q.
A.
Q.
A.

1
A,B,D
11
C,D
1
8

2
A,B
12
B,D
2
5

3
B,D

4
A,D

5
B,C

6
A,C

7
C

8
A,B,C,D

3
3

4
3

5
4

6
2

7
3

8
3

9
A

10
A

SOLUTION
SECTIONI
1.

(a) Packing fraction of,

K 5 = ln

2 2
(d)Distance between 2 layers is
R
3

10.

11.
12.

1.

Ans. (C,D)
Ans. (B,D)

(n1 = x y , n2 = y z, n3 = x z )
(x y) 2 + (y z) 3 = (x z) 10
2x 2y + 3y 3z = 10 x 10 z
y 8x + 7z = 0

(C) At this, instant V.P. of equilibrium mixture

y 7z
8
x

corresponds to V'
(D) If external pressure is increased then
2.

Z2
32

13.6

13.6 2
Z = 6 ; oxidation
6
32

As2S3 sol is negatively charged so the D.M.

moves to cathode while sol particles do not

6.

Ans. (A,C)

7.

Ans. (C)

8.

Ans. (A,B,C,D)

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nl1=2;l=3n=6

Ans. (B, D)

4.
5.

Ans. (8)

n1E10 n 2 E02 n 3E 03

Ans. (A,D)
Ans. (B,C)

10
11.35

= 0.1 5 V
11.35 / 2
2

SECTIONIV

PBen
.PTol

ln 2
11.67 min
0.06

Ans.(A)
N1V1 = N2V2 ;

Ptotal =

20
15

K = 0.06 min1 ; t1/2 =

Ans. (A, B)
For the equal mix, Yben = xtol & ytol = xBen

3.

Ans. (A)

Ans. (A, B, D)

1
3 R 2

0.91
=
3
3 3
2
4R
4
(b) C.N. = 6 ; it is a hexagonal 2D lattice
r
0.155 so, diameter = 2r = 0.31R
(c)
R

2.

9.

3.
4.

number = +5.
Ans. (3)
Ans. (3)

5.

Ans. (4)

6.

Ans. (2)

7.

Ans. (3)

8.

Ans. (3)
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PART-3 : MATHEMATICS
SECTION-I

SECTION-IV

Q.
A.
Q.
A.
Q.
A.

1
A,B,D
11
D
1
0

2
B,D
12
B
2
2

3
A,B,C,D

4
B,C,D

5
A,C

6
A,B,C,D

7
A,B,C,D

8
B,C

3
9

4
3

5
1

6
4

7
2

8
6

9
B

10
A

SOLUTION
1.

SECTION-I
Ans. (A,B,D)

On eliminating t1 & t2, we get locus of T(h,k)

dy
1 k2

dx h,k
3k

is y 2
4.

1 k2
3k 2
k 0
2

1
k

...(1)

3k
h 2
h 2

h
h2
2
Also, 1 k 1 k
3
9
From (1) and (2), we get
2

As, r Q a is irrational and multiple of 3 .

h2

3 1
9
h h 9 ,k 5
h2
3
2
2

2.

Also, R = 2r R

5.

a
lies on perpendicular bisector of (1,0)
b

1
2
lim x 2x
n
e
e

6.

and (1,0)
a
lies on imaginary axis.
b

a
arg
2
b

arg a arg. b
3.

Let T(h,k) where h = t1t2, k = t1+t2.

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3
2
e 2 x e 3x

n 1
.... n 1x e nx

n
1
lim x nx e x
n e
e

Ans. (A,B,C,D)
we have
(sin2x + cos3y)2 +(cos3y + tan4z)2
+ (tan4z + sin2x)2 < 0
sin2x = cos3y = tan4z = 0

; y , ;z ,
2
6 2
4 2
Now verify alternatives
Ans. (A,B,C,D)
x

Ans. (A,B,C,D)
Also t 12 = 16t22

3 2
3
a Q and r1 = r2 = r3 =
a Q.
4
2
Ans. (A,C)

n
n 1
x n 1x nx
e
n2 e

a
a
a b a b 1 1
b
b

so,

a
Q .
3

Also

Ans. (B,D)
We have

Ans. (B,C,D)

3 2
a

a ,
4
r

3a
s
2 3
2
where a is length of side of triangle

...(2)

9 5
9
5
A ,
B ,

2 2 &
2
2

25
x
4

7.

2
dy
2x e x dx
2
y

2
1
e x c , As (0) = 1
y
2

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c=1
y

1
1 e

Ans. (B)

P B3 E 2

x2

P B3 E2
P E2

3 1

10 3

1
2
1 3 1 4 1

0
10
10 2 10 3 10 4

(0,1/2)
(1,1/1+e)
x

O(0,0)

(1,0)

1
1
10
3 3
10

1
1
1 e 1 0 x dx 2 1 0
0
8.

Ans. (B,C)

SECTION IV

lim (x) 1

1.

Ans. 0

'(x) = 0 x = 1

(1) =

M 1
0

1
2

x 1

x 1

Range of (x) = ,
(1, )
2

x = 1

As, MMT = 4I 2MT + adj.M = 0

+
1

sign of '(x)
x = 1 is point of local maximum of (x).
Paragraph for Question 9 to 10

2.

3.

13
P C6 . 3

P E1

1
2 1 3 1 4 1
1
10
10 2 10 3 10 4

4 2

10 5

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. 4

1
. 4 3

1
Q C n 6 . 33

n 6

n 6
Q
1
12 12 3 12
P
n6
1 n 9

3
Ans. 3
we have

1
2
3
4
, P B2 , P B3 , P B4
10
10
10
10

Ans. (D)

n 6

Paragraph for Question 14 to 16

11.

Ans. 9
n

Ans. (B)
Ans. (A)

P B1

Ans. 2
Let P(x) = 12(x1)(x 3) (x 5) + (2x + 1)

C1 : x2 + y2 10x + 24 = 0 is circle whose centre

is (5,0) and radius is 1. Also , C2 : x2 + y2
10x + 21 = 0 is circle whose centre is (5,0) and
9.
10.

3 0
0
2

4.

a a3 1
1
a.b.c

a3 b

ab3

b b3 1

ac 3

bc 3

a 3c

b 3c

c c3 1

11

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a3 1
a3
b3
b3 1
c

6.

a3
b3

11

Ans. 4
x2 6x + 12 = 0; Here ( 6) =

c 1

apply C1 C1 + C2 + C3

& solving

24

a3 + b3 + c3 + 1 = 11

1 2

24

= 224.

a3 + b3 + c3 = 10
7.

possibilities are

Ans. 2
Normal vector of required plane is parallel to
vector

(1,1,2), (1,2,1), (2,1,1)

Number of triplets = 3
5.

Ans. 1

3 1 3 14i 27j 5k
4 3 5

x2 y 2

1 ; P(3sec, 2tan)
9 4
Equation of chord of contact AB with respect
to P is T = 0

Equation of required plane is

3x sec + 2y tan = 9

14x 27y + 5z + 25 = 0

...(1)

Also, equation of chord whose mid-point is

(h,k) is T = S1
hx + ky 9 = h2 + k2 9

...(2)

On comparing (1) and (2), we get

8.

Ans. 6
dy 1
2

y x (Linear differential
dx x
x

equation)

3sec 2 tan
9

2
h
k
h k2

as, sec2 tan2 = 1

Required area
3

x 1 1 dx 3 3 6

locus of (h,k) is
x2 y2 x2 y 2
1

4 9
9

(x) = (x 1)2 + 1

=1

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