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C+M+P Key Answers:


1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

bc

10. abcd

15. c

16. b

17. d

18. c

19. 6

20. 4

21. 5

22. 7

23. 3

24. 2

25. 2

26. 3

27. 2

28. 1

29. a

30. a

31. a

32. c

33. c

34. d

35. a

36. b

37. ad

38. ad

39. abc

40. abcd

41. ab

42. a

43. a

44. a

45. b

46. d

47. 0

48. 4

49. 0

50. 3

51. 2

52. 3

53. 2

54. 1

55. 1

56. 2

57. b

58. d

59. c

60. b

61. d

62. a

63. b

64. d

65. bd

66. ad

67. ad

68. a

69. abcd

70. a

71. c

72. c

73. b

74. d

75. 0

76. 1

77. 2

78. 4

79. 2

80. 2

81. 1

82. 2

83. 4

84. 1

24.31

79 24 x 26 21 x 25
100

Normality of H 2O2

0.1 25
0.25
10

XeF5
BrF3

: 2 lone pairs ; pentagonal planar


: 2 lone pairs ; Bent-T-shape

XeF2

: 3lone pairs ; Linear

H 3 S : 1lone pairs

; Pyramidal

No. of Equivalent of H 2 SO4 No. of equivalent of H3 PO4


WH 2 SO4
EH 2 SO4
WH 3PO4
WH 2 SO4

5.

9.

14. d

V 0.25 5.6 1.4 ml

4.

13. abc

x 10

3.

8.

12. cd

2431 1896 26x 25x 525

2.

11. abc

Chemistry Solutions:
1.

7.

Vc

WH 3PO4
EH 3PO4
98
2 :1
49

60
75 cm3 mol 1
0.80

V
b C 25 cm3 mol 1 0.025 L mol 1
3

TC

8a
4 105
8 a

a 3.375
27bR
821
27 0.0821 0.025

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Sol:

N
H

H
H

7.

H 2 S has sp3 hybridization AB2 L2


E.N . of sulphur is less than that of oxygen

8.

I.E. + E.A. 275 86 361kcal mol1


361 4.184 1510.42 kJ mol1

Electronegativity
9.

1510.42
2.777 2.8
544

3 BaCl2 2 K3 PO4 Ba3 PO4 2 6 KCl


0.3

0.2

0.6

0.1

10. All options are correct.


11. Choice (a) is correct because as temperature increases intermolecular forces decrease, molecular
kinetic energy increases hence surface tension (tendency to reduce area of surface) decreases.
Choice (b) is correct because at the critical temperature the surface of separation between liquid and
water vapours disappears so surface tension falls to zero
Choice (c) is correct as surface tension tends to decrease the surface area, the pressure inside the drop
increases and hence the difference in pressure between the pressure inside the drop and the
surrounding liquid increases

O
12.

H
O

B.O.

C
O

2-

2-

2 1
1.5
2

C
O

B.O.

2-

2 11 4
1.33
3
3

C O bond length in HCOO is less than C O bond length in CO32

13. Elements (a), (b) and (c) are correct, Statement (d) is incorrect as in any period, the atomic radius of
the noble gas is largest.

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I
I3

Xe

90

Cl

14.

120

90 F

P
F

Cl

Non-polar

(b)

Non-polar

(a)

15. Fraction of charge

16.

17. Compare to P,

a
V2

F
C

= 0

(c)

0.25

4.8 1010 108

H
C

1.2 1018

m 0
(d)

H
C

is negligible so the equation becomes P V b RT

PV RT Pb

18. ' a ' value is more TC is more interaction between the molecules are more so gas can be liquefied very
easily.
19. 60 g CH3COOH 1l 1M CH3COOH

50 ml solution should have

60 60 50
0.05
1000

Eq. of Ba OH 2 Eq. CH3COOH 150 103 0.01 2 3 103 0.003


% of CH3COOH present in solution
20. Eq. wt. of Metal M

0.003 100
6
0.05

20 8
2
80

At. wt. 2 2 4
21. TB

a
3.6
75

75 K ,
5K
Rb 0.08 0.6
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22. Fe2 Fe3 e


4

S 2 S O2 6e
For 1 mole of FeS 7 moles of e needed

n factor 7
23. 3ms 1

urms

25

u12 N1 u22 N 2
N1 N 2

u12 N1 u22 N 2
2
urms
N1 N 2

4 72 6 X 2
10

250 4 49 6X 2

X2

250 196
6
54
9
6

X 3 ms 1
1

24. BaF2 H 2 SO4 BaSO4 2 HF

2moles

2 1 1 mole left
1 mole H 2 SO4 1 mole Ca OH 2
2 moles HF 1 mole Ca OH 2

25. P v b RT
Slope

PV
Pb
1
at very high pressure
RT
RT

b
b slope RT
RT

1 22.4

273 8
2.8 273
4
8 4N r3
3
4
N r3 2
3
26. Ra, Te, Po

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27. Z eff is calculated by using states rule

Zeff Z

For Si Z 14 1s 2 , 2s 2 2 p6 ,3s 2 3 p 2

0.35 3 0.85 8 2 1 9.85


Zeff 14 9.85 4.15
EN 0.744

0.359 4.15
12

2.2 2

28. (v) Ba Sr

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Mathematics Solutions:

2
29. Any point on the line x 7 y 2 0 can be taken as ,

The distance of this point from 2, 0 is 5 2

2 2
49

5 2 2
2

2 2
49

50

1
2
2 50
2 1 50 2 50
49
49

2 49 2 7 5, 9
2

If 5 , then

2
7

1 ; If 9 , then

2
7

Required points 5, 1 , 9,1


30. The two lines x y 0, x y 2 0 are perpendicular. The

D 1, 2

vertex 1, 2 does not lie on the sides represented by the

x y20

equations D 1, 2

DC

1 2 2
11

, AD

1 2

11

Area of rectangle DC AD

1
2

3
2

3
sq. units
2

31. If the slopes are m1, m2 ; then

m1 m2

2c
7

2c
1 1
, m1 m2

7
7 7

As per data, m1 m2 4m1m2

2c 4

c 2
7
7

32. S x2 y 2 6 x 8 y 11
S 0,0 0 0 0 0 11 11 0

S1,8 1 64 6 64 11 112 0

Out of two given points one lies inside and the other outside of the circle

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33. From diagram OA 4 4 8

OB 81 81 162

A 2, 2 B 9,9

But OP2 OA OB 8 162 1296

OP2 36 OP 6

O 0, 0
34.

1 cos 2
3 1 cos 2 3 3cos 2
1 cos 2

4cos3 2 cos3
3 2n

1
2
cos3 cos

2
3

n , n Z
3
3

35. Given equation sin e x

5 x 5 x
2

Here RHS 1 and LHS 1 each side must be equal to 1

5 x 5 x
1 x 0
2

For x 0 , the value of sin e x sin1


But 1 sin1 given equation has no solution
36. sin A 3sin A 2B

A A 2B
A A 2B
2sin
cos

4
sin A sin A 2 B 3 1
sin A
3
2
2

sin A 2 B 1
sin A sin A 2 B 3 1
A A 2B A A 2B 2
2 cos
sin

2
2

sin A B cos B
cos A B sin B

tan A B cot B 2

tan A B 2 tan B
37. S x2 y 2 6 x 10 y c
S 0,0 c , radius 9 25 c

Area of quadrilateral 15

S11 r 15 c 9 25 c 15

c 34 c 225 c2 34c 225 0

c 25 c 9 0 c 25,9

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38. For the circle x2 y 2 9 , center c1 0,0 , radius r1 3


For the circle x2 y 2 2 x 2 y 1 0 , center c2 , 1
radius r2 2 1 1 . Again c1c2 2 1
If circles touch each other externally, then

r1 r2 c1c2 3 2 1 9 2 6 2 1 6 8
This situation does not arise as 6 8 The circle touch each other internally

3 2 1

9 2 6 2 1 6 8

39. We have tan 2 cos 2 1 tan 2

1 tan 2
1 tan 2

8
8
4

6
6
3

tan 2 tan 4 1 tan 2 1 tan 2 tan 4 tan 2 0 tan 2 tan 2 1 0

tan 2 0 n , tan 2 1 n

; nZ

40. We know that the equation a cos x b sin x c has no solution if c a 2 b2

3sin x 5cos x 6, 2sin x cos x 3 has no solution


Again 4sin x cos x 3 sin 2 x

3
1.5 It has no solution
2

Again 3sin 2 x cos2 x 4 2sin 2 x sin 2 x cos2 x 4

2sin 2 x 1 4 sin 2 x

3
1.5 It has no solution
2

50 70
50 70
41. cos50 cos 70 2cos
cos
2cos 60 cos10 cos10 sin80
2
2

42. The point F is the foot of perpendicular from P 6,7 to the line 4 x 3 y 12 0 . Let F be h, k

24 21 12 9
h6 k 7

4
3
16 9
25

h 6

186
148
36
27
186 148
h
,k
h, k F
,
, k 7

25
25
25
25
25 25

43. The point Q is the image of P 6,7 w.r.t. to the line l 4 x 3 y 12 0

p 6 q 7 186 148
,
,
Let Q be p, q

2 25 25
2

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p 6

372
296
222
121
222 121
Q
,
, q 7
p
,q

25
25
25
25
25 25

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44. Given PR 3PF PF FR 3PF

FR 2PF

PF 1
PF : FR 1: 2
FR 2

P 6, 7

Let R be x, y

x 12 y 14 186 148

,
,

3 25 25
3
x 12

1: 2

R x, y
F
186 148
,

25 25

558
444
258
94
, y 14
x
,y
25
25
25
25

45. sin x sin y a, cos x cos y b


Square and add 2 2cos x y a 2 b2
2
2

x y
x y a b
2
2
2 x y a 2 b2
2 2 2cos2
cos2

1 a b 4cos

4
2
2
2

x y
x y
2sin
cos

sin x sin y a
2
2 a tan x y a
46.

cos x cos y b
x y x y b
2 b
2 cos
sin

2 2

Required cos x y

1
1

a2
2
2
b2 b a
a 2 b2 a 2

b2

47. Equation of circle x 2 y 2 2 x 6 y

7
0 center 1,3
3

center 1,3 lies on 3x y C1, x 3 y C2

C1 6, C2 8 C1C2 48
Required C1C2 48 48 48 0
48. A 2, 4
C reflection of A in x axis 2, 4

B reflection of C in y axis 2, 4

AB 16 64 80 4 5 K 4

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49. cos160 cos 40 cos80 2cos100 cos60 cos80 2 cos80 cos80 0
2
50. tan10 tan 60 10 tan 60 10 tan 60 tan 60 tan 60 3
51.

3cos 4sin 2 K 2 9 1 sin 2

24sin cos 16 1 cos2 25

9sin 2 24sin cos 16cos2 0 3sin 4cos 0


2

4
3sin 4cos 0 tan , 0 2
3
lies in Ist or in the 3rd quadrant

52. S x2 y 2 9 0 , P 4,3 radius r 3 ;


By data area of required triangle
32

i.e.,

3 16
64 k

25
16 9

32

rS11

S11 r 2

S11 16 9 9 16

64 k
25

3 43 64 K
64 k

K 3
25
25
25

53. Since the line x y 0 is equally inclined to the axes, the lines which make angles of 45 with this
line ought to be horizontal and vertical

Equation of lines are x 1 and y 1

p q 11 2

54. We know the value of cos2 10 cos10 cos50 cos2 50 is

3
4

Required

1 3
1
4 4

1
55. Let logcos x sin x t . Then the given equation is t 2
t

t 1 0 t 1 logcos x sin x 1 sin x cos x tan x 1 x


2

But for x

5
, logcos x sin x is not defined
4

1
56. From data 21cos x 23

5
,
4 4

The number of values of x is 1

1
1
3 1 cos x
1 cos x
3

1 2
cos x 1
3 3

There are two value for x such that one in first quadrant and second one in fourth quadrant

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Physics Solutions:
57. Since we require less force in pulling in comparison of pushing it, pulling is easier than pushing.

58. The observations will be true if both the frames are inertial or non-inertial.

59. Applying principle of conservation of linear momentum,

p12 p22 ;

m1 m2 v m1v1 2 m2v2 2

30 20 v 30 12 20 2 2
v

50

50
1 m s
50

60. Here u 10 ms1 , v 2 ms1 , t 4 s , a ?


Using a

v u 2 10

3 m s2
t
4

Force, F ma 10 3 30N
61.

d 2 cos x d 2
x cot x
x

dx sin x dx

x2

1
2

2x

sin x

cos x
sin x

x cosec x 2cos x x cosec x

62. As g is independent of mass, they have same speed.


63. a ft , a
v

dv
ft . At t 0 , velocity u
dt

dv f tdt , v u f

t2
t2
vu f
2
2

Note: Do not use v u at directly because the acceleration is not constant.

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x x

2v v
1
2
2
64.
1 2
x
x
v
v2 v1
1 v2

2v1 2v2 2v1v2


65. Total momentum 2 pi pj
Magnitude of resultant momentum

2 p 2 p 2

5 p2 5 p

This must be equal to the momentum of the third part.


66. By equilibrium of mass m
T mg

(i)

By equilibrium of mass 2m
T 2mg T '

(ii)

From (i) & (ii),


T 2mg mg mg

(iii)

When the string is cut:


For mass m :

Fnet mam mg mam am g


For mass 2m :

Fnet 2ma2m 2mg T 2ma2m


2mg mg 2ma2m a2m
67. h1
h2

g
2

u 2 sin 2
2g

u 2 sin 2 90
2g

, R

u 2 sin 2
g

Range R is same for angle and 90

h1h2

2
2
u 2 sin 2 u sin 90

2g
2g

u 2 sin 2 sin 2 90
4g 2

u 2 sin 2 cos2
4g 2

sin 90 cos ]

sin 2 2sin cos ]

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u 4 sin cos

4g 2

u 2 sin 2

u 4 sin 2

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16 g 2

16 g 2

R2
or R2 16h1h2 or R 4 h1h2
16

68. Time taken to cross the river t

d
vs cos

For time to be minimum cos max 0


The swimmer should swim due north.

69. v

dx
4t 4
dt

dv
4 ms2
dt

70. H A HC H B
Obviously A just reaches its maximum height and C has crossed its maximum height which is equal
to A as u and are same. But B is unable to reach its maximum height.

71. Time of flight of A is 4 seconds which is same as the time of flight if wall was not there.
Time taken by B to reach the inclined roof is 1 second.

TOR 4 s

TQR 1 s

TOQ TOR TQR 3s

72. From above T

2u sin
4s
g

u sin 20 m s
vertical component is 20 m s for maximum height

v2 u 2 2as 02 202 2 10 s s 20 m
73. Since f s is always less than or equal to s N , its maximum possible
value is

f s max s N s mg
(The normal force must equal the crates weight, because the vertical
forces cancel.)

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The crate starts to move when the push force barely exceeds fs max . This happens when

Fpush 400 N .
So, 400 N f s max s mg

s 100 kg 10 m s 2 s 1000 N
Therefore, s 0.40
74. If f s were bigger than Fpush , the crate would accelerate leftward, because it would feel a net
leftward force. Therefore (c) is wrong.

f s s mg 400 N . But thats the maximum possible force of static friction. Static friction adjusts
itself, becoming bigger or smaller as needed in order to cancel the push force. When the push force is
only 50 N, static friction reduces itself to 50 N. Thats why we write is f s s N instead of f s s N

75.

cos

x 1 cos 2 x dx

1 cos 2 x 1dx
0

1
sin 2 x
2
0
0
1

76. A dA ydx

0
1

4x3 dx
0

x4

1
0

1 square units

77. This happens when vertical velocity of both are same

v2 v1 sin 30

or

v1
2
v2

78. Force on 10 kg mass 10 12 120 N


The mass of 10 kg will pull the mass of 20 kg in the backward direction with a force of 120 N.

Net force on mass 20 kg 200 120 80 N

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4 m s2
20 kg

79. The situation is shown in figure.


The time taken by the body is equal to the time taken by the freely
falling body from the height 29.4 m with initial velocity

u sin 9.8sin 30 . This given by


Applying the formula, s ut

29.4 4.9t

t2 t 6 0

u 9.8

4.9 m s
2
2

1 2
gt , we have
2

1
9.8 t 2 or 4.9t 2 4.9t 29.4 0
2
or

t2s

or 3 s

Time taken to reach ground 2 second


80. For body to hit the lowest plane, it should be able to just clear the second step
Let R Range for minimum velocity
h height for minimum velocity; u minimum velocity; t time of motion

R u t t R u
h

(1)

1 2
gt
2

(2)

From (1) and (2),

1
R2
gR 2
g
h
2
u2
2u 2

(3)

R 2 20 cm 40 cm 0.4 m ; h 2 10 cm 0.20 cm 0.2 m

u2

1
R2
1
0.4 0.4
g
u 2 10
4
2
h
2
0.2

u 2 m s
81. If the particles collide they must be at the same point at the same time.
Let t be the time interval from projection to collision.
For P we use O as origin and the x axis along OA giving

1
xQ 50cos t , yQ 50sin t gt 2
2

But xP xQ 100 t 30 3 50cos 100


Also, yP yQ 30 50sin sin

(1)

3
5

(2)

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4
37
5

Therefore Q is projected at 37 to the horizontal. Then equation (1) gives,

t 30 3 40 100 t 1.09
Therefore the particles collide 1 second after projection.
82. Tension is the same throughout the string. It is clear that M1 will descend downwards while M 2
rises up. If the acceleration of M1 is a downwards, M 2 will have an acceleration 2a upward.
Now, M1g 2T M1a

T M 2 g M 2 2a
or M1g 2M 2 g a M1 4M 2

M1 2M 2
15 12
3
g
g
g
M1 4M 2
15 24
39

g
13

acceleration of 6 kg mass 2a

2g
13

83. As, 1 2 mv2 Fs


So

1
1
2
2
m 30 F 4 and m 60 F s
2
2

s 4 60

30 2 4

or s 4 4 16 m n 4

84. The magnitude of the frictional force f has to balance the weight 1N
acting downwards.
Therefore the frictional force = 1 N
0.1 10 1 N

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