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TARGET : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015 Date : 18 - 01 - 2015
PAPER-1
PART-1 : PHYSICS SOLUTION
SECTION-I 2q A + q B 4
1. Ans. (A,C) =
qA + q B 3
r
6q A + 3q B = 4q A + 4q B 2qA = qB
B
C qA 1
Sol. q =2 (A) True
A B
D Final : q'A = qA ....(iii)
T vB = 0
PV = nRT kq 'A kq 'B
+ =0
1. A B, T = constant, PV = constant. 2R 2R
Now r increases q 'B
V decreases q ' = -1 (B) False
A
\ P increases. kq A kq 'B kq A kq A
\ out of A and B, A is true. VA = + = -
R 2R R 2R
B C: rT = constant
P = constant kq A
VA = ....(iv)
\ out of C and D ; C is true. 2R
\ Ans. A, C Put qB = 2qA in ....(1)
2. Ans. (A,D) kq A k(2q A )
+ = 2V
B R 2R
B
2R q'B kq A V
A
A
+
2R 2
R R
V
\ VA = ; VB = 0
q'A
Sol. qB 2R
qA
2
V
Initial Final
\ VA - VB =
2
kq A kq B
Initial : + = 2V ....(i) \ (C) is False
R 2R (D) is True
kq A kq B 3V 3. Ans. (B, C)
+ = ....(ii) 4. Ans. (A,C)
2R 2R 2 R1 R2
(i) (ii); 1 3 1 1 air air
Sol. = - 1 +
f 2 R 1 R 2
m=1 m=1
qB
qA +
2 =4 1 1 1 1
= +
qA qB 3
+ f 2 R1 R 2 m=
3
2 2 2
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7. Ans. (B,C)
3 Sol. Path difference
1 2 1 1
= - 1 + Dx = {(S2P t2) + m2t2} {(S1P t1) + m1t1}
f ' 4 / 3 R1 R 2 R1 R2 = S2P S1P + (m2 1)t2 (m1 1)t1
water water For nth order maxima
1 9 1 1 m=4/3 m=4/3
= - 1 + dy
f ' 8 R1 R 2 nl = {(m2 - 1)t 2 - (m1 - 1)t1} +
D
For zero or+der maxima
1 1 1 1 1 3 D
= + = m= y0 = {(m 2 - 1) t 2 - (m1 - 1) t1}
f ' 8 R 1 R 2 4f 2 d
(a) When both sheets have same average
f' = 4f
Initial : t1 + t 2
thickness and R.I. m1 and m2
1 1 1 2

{ }
d
= +
f v d D t +t
O y1 = (m 2 - m1 ) 1 2
1 1 1 fd d 2
= - v= -3 -3
v f d d-f 5 10 110 t +t
= (1.6 - 1.4) 1 2
Image is inverted, real and magnified. 1 2
\ t1 + t2 = 5 105 ....(i)
\ v>0 d>f ....(1)
m + m2
f (b) When both sheets have same R.I. = 1
and >1 2
d-f and thickness t1 and t2
f>df
2f > d ....(2)
m1 + m 2
2
y2 =
d {
D m 2 + m1
2 }
- 1 (t1 - t 2 )
1 1 1 8 10-3 110 -3
Final = + = t1 - t 2
4f v ' d 1(1.5 - 1)
t1 t2 = 1.6 105 ....(ii)
From (i) and (ii)
O
2t1 = 6.6 106
d t1 = 3.3 105 m and t2 = 1.7 105 m
8. Ans. (D)
9. Ans. (B,D)
1 1 1 Sol. Consider squirrel at distance x from midpoint C
= -
v ' 4f d of platform.
4fd v'
v' = <0 & >1
d - 4f u'
O
\ image is virtual & magnified. R R
37 h
5. Ans. (A,C)
C x
F
Sol. v = F.B.D. of squirrel :
r
f = ma ....(1)
500 N
v= = 50 ms -1
0.2
f
Pmean = 2p A F = 197 W
2 2 3/ 2
(friction)
l2 r mg

6. Ans. (D) N = mg ....(2)


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F.B.D. of platform + Wheel cage Radius of x2 + y2 4x 21 = 0 is 5m.
Platform + wheel cage remain at equilibrium Radius of x2 + y2 = 25 is 5m.
only if
2pm 2p 1
tpivot = 0 , which is possible according to T= = = 3.14sec.
Bq 1 2
following F.B.D. only.
fh = Nx \ A, B, D
mah = mg x (from (1) & (2)) SECTION-IV
1. Ans. 4
2. Ans. 1
N' Sol. Let ball be dropped from origin at t = 0.
O O x
z
h w
N
x f Path
w'
y

gx
a= towards C (restoring acceleration)
g = gj
h B = Bk;
\ Squirrel performs SHM about mean
At = 0, v = 0 , force due to B is in xy plane
g always, force due to gravity is along Y.
position C, angular frequency w = and
h \ Ball always moves in XY plane
amplitude
\ v = v x i + v y j (at any time)
3R
A= (half the platform's length)
5 F = mg j + q(v x i + v y j) (Bx i + B y j)
In SHM, velocity at extreme should be zero.

Squirrel is at rest at one end of the platform
F = qBv yi + (mg - qBv x )j
at t = 0 .
\ Components of acceleration :
3R g
Maximum velocity = Aw = qBVy
5 h ax = ....(1)
m
3R g
vmax = qBVx
5 4R / 5 ay = g - ....(2)
m
9Rg 5
Vmax = d
25 4 of (2) :
dt
9Rg &&
v y = -qBv x
Vmax =
20
Maximum acceleration = w2A -qB qBv y
&&
vy = from (1)
m m
gA g 3R / 5 3g
a max = = = 2
h 4R / 5 4 qB
10. Ans. (A,B,D) &&
vy = - vy
m

Sol. v ^ B particle is performing circular motion in qBt
xy plane v y = A sin + f ....(3)
m
mv 110 AqB qBt
r= = = 5m ay = cos + f ....(4)
Bq 2 m m
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At t = 0, vy = 0 and ay = g 4. Ans. 2
AqB di1
\ From (3); sin f = 0, & g = cos f Sol. E 2 = M = 2ktM
m dt
E 2ktM
mg i2 = 2 =
\ f = 0 and A = R R
Bq T
2Mk kMT 2
mg qBt
2
dq = i dt =
R 0
tdt =
R
\ vy = sin ....(5)
Bq m l 1 1
\ = 1 l = = 2 .
mg qBt 1- l 2 l
vy = sin 5. Ans. 3
Bq m
Sol. Colm : mV0 = (M + m)v
y
mg t qBt mV0
v= ....(1)
dy =
0

Bq 0
sin
m
dt M+m
v

2
m qBt at rest
y= g 1 - cos ....(6)
Bq m V0
M

qBt m
y is max. when vy = 0 i.e. sin =0
m a = g sin q ....(2)
2
m 2v 2mV0
\ y max = g(1 - (-1)) Time elapsed = =
Bq g sin q (M + m)g sin q

m
2
2 5 5 2
\ y max = 2 = = n=3
g 15 5 3
Bq
\ 3k 1 = 2 6. Ans. 0
\ k=1 Sol. B depends upon r.
3. Ans. 2 \ Flux linked with ring :
Y
2 1
1 Ring
Sol. E = - (13.6eV)Z - 2
(Z + 2) Z
2 B
X
Z2 - (Z + 2)3 4(Z + 1) 13.6 O
Bead
= -13.6 = eV
(Z + 2) (Z + 2) 2
2

...(i)
[Now energy of electron is R R
E0 t
f = B 2prdr = 2pr dr
h2 h 0 0 r
k= ; we have l =
2l 2m 2mk f = 2pE 0 tR
or, k = 6eV df
= 2pE 0 R = (induced electric field) 2pR
4(Z + 1) 13.6 dt
So, = 6 + 4.2 = 10.2eV \ Induced electric field = E0 (tangential)
(Z + 2) 2
Z +1 3
or, = (Z - 2)(3Z + 2) = 0
(Z + 2) 16
2
v
qvB
N
So, the value of Z = 2 (neglecting the negative/
fractional value) Ft=qE0

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Circular motion of bead : 8. Ans. 9
Sol. Given body
mdV qE t
Ft = qE 0 = v = 0 m m
dt m P P
Centripetal force equation :
2R 5R
mv 2 2
N + qVB =
R
qE t E 0 t m q 2 E02 t 2 r
N+q 0 = R C1
R/2
C
m R R m2 r 2
N=0 M1 M2
7. Ans. 2
By superposition :
Sol. Dimension of wall = l;
P0 = atmospheric pressure GM1M GM 2 M
F= +
(2R) 2 5R 2

2
h F2
F1 GM M1 4M 2
F3 F= +
R 2 4 25
4 3
r pR 3
Pressure at bottom of meniscus = P0 GM 3 4 4 R
F= 2 + r p
Pressure at top of meniscus = P0 rgh R 4 25 3 2
\ Average pressure exerted on wall GM 4 3 1 4
F= pR r +
r gh 2
R 3 4 25 8
= P0 -
2 4 1 1
Force corresponding to this value F = pRr GM +
3 4 50
rgh 54
F1 = P0 - hl 4
2 F = pRrGM
3 200
Consider horizontal forces on volume of water
enclosed in dashed lines. 18 9
F = pRr GM = pRr GM
F3 + F1 = F2 50 25
where F1 = force by wall of vessel K
F = pRr GM
F2 = force by atmosphere 25
F3 = force by surface tension by rest of \ K=9
the liquid 9. Ans. 9
Sol. Acceleration of train = a
rgh
\ Sl + P0 - lh = P0 hl Motion of bob w.r.t. train :
2
rgh 2l Initially V bob / train = 0
Sl = From A B, pseudo force F = ma
2
acts on bob.
2S Let bob turns through 180 and has speed v' at
h=
rg highest position
W/E theorem A B :
KS K
h= \ 2= K=2 1
(K - 1)r g K -1 FR = mv 2 + mgh
2
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C 10. Ans. 3
v' Sol. m1
released
m2
v B 180 R

F q

F=ma A
(pseudo) at rest
m2
R
v= 2gR (By C.O.M.E.) at rest
mv 2
= 2(ma - mg) ....(1)
R m1 m1
w
B C : Now train has stopped, a = 0, Conservation of angular momentum about axis:

no pseudo force acts on bob. m1vR = Irod w

Conservation of energy m2R 2


m1 2gR R = w
3
1 1
mgR + mv '2 = mv2 3m1 2g / R
2 2 w=
m2
mv '2 mv 2
= - 2mg Coefficient of restitution :
R R
Rw
T + mg = 2(ma mg) 2mg from (1) = e =1
v
T = 2ma 5mg 0 Rw = v
(to complete vertical circular motion) R 3m1 2g
= 2gR
5g m2 R
a or a 25 ms2
2 m1 1 m 2
m = 3 m =3
\ 3K 2 = 25; K = 9 2 1

PART2 : CHEMISTRY SOLUTION


SECTION - I 3. Ans. 8
1. Ans. (C, D) 4. Ans. 8
2. Ans. (A) i.e. a = 12, b = 4.
3. Ans. (C) 5. Ans. 6
4. Ans. (A,B,C) 6. Ans. 8
5. Ans. (A,C) 7. Ans. 3
6. Ans. (B)
7. Ans. (A,B,C) CHO
8. Ans. (A,C,D)
9. Ans. (A,B,D)
10. Ans. (A,B,C,D) 8. Ans. 6
SECTION - IV 9. Ans. 3
1. Ans. 10 [OMR Ans. 1] 10. Ans. 2
2. Ans. 2
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PART-3 : MATHEMATICS SOLUTION
SECTION-I 8. Ans. (A, C)
B(z 2)
1. Ans. (A, B, D)
P(z)
f(x) must be surjective
D(z1) A(z1)
h(x) must be injective
C(z3)
2. Ans. (A, B)
From graph option (A, B) is correct PD||BC

3. Ans. (C, D) z + z1
\ arg = 0 or p
f -1:R + R + is given by y = xe
x z2 - z3
9. Ans. (B)
e ee
-1 For 2 selected elements there is only one
Now f (x)dx + f(x)dx = e.e - e
e

1 e options and for rest there will be 3 options =


n n2
ee +1 e C2 3
f(x)dx = e.ee +1 - e - x e x dx = ee +1(e - 1) + (ee - e)
e 1 10. Ans. (A, C)
4. Ans. (A, D) 5
5
C 2 3C2
n (s) = 5 , n(E) = 1 + C 2 + 2
= 26
The DE of orthogonal trajectory is
dx x-y 26 13
- = Required probability = =
dy x + y - 1 120 60
dy x + y - 1 SECTION-IV
=
dx -x + y 1. Ans. 1
(x dy + y dx) + y dy (x1) dx = 0 det (A) = 1, det (B) = 1
1 1
det (A ) = 1, det (B ) = 1
y2 x 2
-xy + - +x = c 2. Ans. 9
2 2
Angle between the given line and
y 2 - 2xy - x 2 + 2x + l = 0 which is a
1
Rectangular Hyperbola x axis = cos -1 so one of the variable line
3
5. Ans. (C, D) will be perpendicular to the x-axis. Required
The circle with AB as diameter intersect circle shortest distance = distance between (5, 0, 0)
with AA1 as diameter at M and N. Then line
and (5, 8, 8) = 128
MN will pass through the orthocentre of the
triangle. 3. Ans. 1
Hence line PQ will pass through the 1 2 3
orthocentre. 2 3 1 a b c = - 18 [a b c] = 1
6. Ans. (A, B) 3 1 2

SP = SM and PT = MN (where PT is 4. Ans. 7


perpendicular from P to the axis) 180
sin 1 sin 2 ....... sin 179 =
NP = semi latus rectum = length of sub 2179
normal 90
sin 2 sin 4 ....... sin 178 =
7. Ans. (C, D) 289
1
The exponent of 2 in prime factorisation of sin 1 sin 3 ....... sin 179 =
289
15 , 1 14 , 2 13 ........ 7 8 are equal. l = 89
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5. Ans. 5 9. Ans. 9
2
3 cos A sin C = 2 - sin A A must be acute AT + 10 T + 1 = 0 has roots m1, m2
Now max value of 2 1
and T + 2HT 9 = 0 has roots m1, -
3 cos A + sin A = 2 sin C = 1 m2
m
C = 90 1
Now m = 9
2
Answer l = 90 m1 + m 2 1
6. Ans. 7 and m m = - 10 m1 = - 1, m 2 = - 9
1 2
1000 = 1 + (n1) d A=9
3
(n1) d = 999 = 3 37 10. Ans. 1
Hence number of factors = 8 we get 8 DABC is a right angled triangle with area = 6
ordered pair of (n, d) but n > 3 unit and semi perimeter = 6 units
there are 7 AP's. circum radius of DDEF
7. Ans. 3 = inradius of DABC = 1 unit
p
cos 2A = 0 A = a : b : c =1 : 2 : 1
4
8. Ans. 0
F '(x) = f(x) - f(10 - x)
F"(x) = '(x) + '(10 x)
= 10 + cosx + cos(10 x) > 0
\ '(x) increasing function.
+
5
in (0,10) (x) has no maxima.

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SCORE-I TEST # 08
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TARGET : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2015 Date : 18 - 01 - 2015
PAPER-2
PART-1 : PHYSICS SOLUTION
SECTION-I
v u 2 + 300
1. Ans. (B) =
2 2
Sol. Acceleration of ball w.r.t. plane
If ball just rises by 15m then by conservation of
a bp = a bg - a pg = 2g (downward)
energy:
2
1 v
2gsin300 m = mg(15)
10 sin 300 2gcos300 2 2
2g
2
300 1 u 2 + 300
10cos300
m = mg(15) u=30m/s
2 2
300

1 5. Ans. (B)
s = ut + at 2
2
Sol. Conserving moment of system along rod.
1
0 = (10 sin 30 0
) t - ( 2g cos 30 0 ) t 2
2 mv cos45 = 2mv1
1 v1= v/22
t=
3 By work energy theorem:
2. Ans. (A) 2
1 1 v
mgcosq
f - kx 2 = - ( 2m )
mg q 2 2 2 2
q
in
Sol. m
gs
1 m
q g x = v
2 k
q

mg
6. Ans. (A)
f
y
Angle between friction will be p2q
p p Sol. q x
If q < . If q > , there will be no friction.
2 2
g
a=
3 dy 2
3. Ans. (A) = x
dx 5
4. Ans. (B)
Sol. Ball hits ground with velocity dy 2 x g
a = g sinq g tanq = g = = w2x
dx 5
v = u 2 + 2g(15) = u 2 + 300
Ball bounces back with velocity w2 = 4 w = 2 rad/sec
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7. Ans. (B) 11. Ans. (B)

a
P
v
Sol. q
5P0 Sol.

P0
V
V0 (180 - q ) q
a= = 90 -
2 2
Dw q
h= DP = 2 mv sin ;
QS 2
2 q
time between successive collision = r sin
h=
16 P0V0 v 2
5R 7R
( 4 P0V0 ) + ( 20 P0V0 )
2 2 q
DP 2 mv sin 2 mv 2
Favg = = =
h = 0.2 Dt 2
v
(
r sin q
2 )
r
8. Ans. (C)
Sol. Calculate flux through curve surface and circular 12. Ans. (B)
cross section both. Sol. tnet about centre = 0 angular momentum about
9. Ans. (A) centre of circle is conserved
13. Ans. (B)
R
Sol. Resistance of each part = . For 'n' such parts Sol. If light ray strike mirror perpendicularly, it will
2n
retrace its path and image will be formed on
connected in series, equivalent resistances, say
object itself
R R 10
4
R1 = n = 10 3
2n 2 u = (208) + m = 12 +
( 3 / 2)
Similarly, equivalent resistance say R2 for 80 188
= 12 + = cm
9 9
another set of n identical respectively in parallel
14. Ans. (A)
1 R R 8 8
would be -1
= Sol. Critical angle qC = sin 9 = tan -1
n 2n 2n 2 17
therefore radius of circle from which light ray
For getting maximum of R1 & R2, they should
can enter is more than 10 cm. Hence complete
be connected in series & hence,
base area of the cube will let pass light ray.

R 1 15. Ans. (C)


Req = R1 + R2 = 1 + 2
2 n
16. Ans. (C)
10. Ans. (D)

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17. Ans. (A)
kQ2
For (A) KE of system =
R
Sol. Buoyancy B = rVsub g & spring balance
reading = W B
7 25kQ2
Electronic balance reading = costant + B For (B) KE of A = mv12 =
5 67R

18. Ans. (B)


5 42kQ2
19. Ans. (A) For (C) KE of B = mv 22 =
6 67R

Sol. a2
a1 a1 a2 For (D) Rotational KE of system
R R
F F
f1 f2 2 1 838kQ2
= mv12 + mv 22 =
5 3 2345R

Let v1 = Velocity of A and v2 = velocity of B


20. Ans. (D)
just before they strike by energy conservation
Sol. For A :
k(2q)(-q) 1 2
0= + (2m)v12 1 +
2R 2 5 m0 I p p 2 2m 0 I
B P1 = 4 sin + sin =
4p ( L / 2) 4 4 pL

1 2 For B :
+ (m)r 2 1 +
2 3
m
2 0 ( IL2 )
2kM 4p m 0 IL2
7 5 kQ2 B P2 = 3 = =
mv12 + mv 22 = r a3 2 pa 3
5 6 R

By taking torque about contact points For C :

7 a 5 a m0 ( 2 )
FR = (2m)R 2 1 2
& FR = 3 (m)R R2 IL
5 R kM 4 p m IL2
B P3 = 3 = = 0 3
r a 3
4 pa

42a1 = 25a2 42v1 = 25v2


For D :
2
7 5 42 kQ2
mv12 + v12 =
B P4 =
kM
1 + 3cos2 q where cos q =
1
5 6 25 R 3
r 2

469 kQ2 125kQ2


mv12 = mv12 = m0 ( 2 )
125 R 469R IL 2
4p 1 m 5IL
BP = 1 + 3 = 0
2
4
(a 2 ) 3
16pa3
Therefore

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PART2 : CHEMISTRY SOLUTION


SECTION-I 12. Ans. (C)

1. Ans. (C) Sol : PhN2Cl show coupling reaction only with highly
2. Ans. (C) activated ring.

3. Ans. (D) 13. (D)

4. Ans. (D) 14. (A)

5. Ans. (D) 15. Ans. (C)

Sol : W and X are CH3CH2OH and (CH3)2CHOH. 1


H + + e-
H 2
On dry distillation it produces 2

(HCOO)2Ca and (CH3COO)2Ca. 1


H+ + e
H
2 2
6. Ans. (B)
1/ 2
7. Ans. (C) PH 2C H+ A
Q= +
8. Ans.(B) PH2 A H C

9. Ans.(C) 0.1
1/ 2
10-1
= -2
Sol. (A) DG = DH TDS < O as DS < O so DH has 0.4 10
to be negative
1
(B) micelles formation will take place above Tk = (10) = 5
2
and above CMC
E = 0.50 (0.7)
(C) this solution will be negatively charged.
E = 0.6 (0.7)
(D) Fe3+ ions will have greater flocculatibility
power so smaller flocculating value. E = 0.42

10. Ans.(A) 16. Ans. (B)


(A) = 76 2.37
0.849
(B) 0.76 + 0.8 = 1.56
Sol. 1.24 = 34.3 M M = 469.68
0.05 (C) 0.34 + 0.8

(D) 0.8 2.37
\ as Hg2Cl2 molecules. = 1.57
11. Ans. (B)
17. Ans. (B)

NO2 NH2 18. Ans. (B)


(i) Sn/HCl 19. Ans. (D)
Sol :
(ii) OH 20. Ans.(C)

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PART-3 : MATHEMATICS SOLUTION
SECTION-I 5. Ans. (C)
1. Ans. (D) p-1
r a = b 2

(r)
P a
- ( p- 2)
sin -1 (sin(2x + 1)) dx
4

r Let 2x + 1 = t
p
1
O

2 -p
sin -1 (sin t) dt
Taking cross product with a , +2
2

a r - (a.r )a = a b
2

p2
a b a.r 1
p

r = 2 + 2
a a
a

.....(i) =
2 -p [t] dt + [ p - t] dt
2 + 2 p

r moves along a line parallel to a
2

for r to be minimum r .a = 0 1 p
2 p-1 p

1
=
2 -p
0.dt + 1.dt + 1.dt + 0.dt
ab 1 p p-1
from (i) rmin = 2 2 +2 2
a
1 p p
- 1 + - 1
2 2 2
2. Ans. (B) =

x 2 + 3a , x 1 1 p
f(x) = = [ p - 2] = - 1
2x + a , x =1 2 2
f(1) = f(1+) = f(1) y 6. Ans. (B)
a
3
3a + 1 = 2 + a f(x) f(y) = (x3 y 3) g(x y) "x, y R ..(1)

3a = a + 1 a +1 f(x + h) - f(x)
f '(x) = lim
x h
h0
f ' (1) = 2 replace x x + h and y x
3. Ans. (A)
[(x + h)3 - x 3 ]g(x + h - x)
= lim
S13 / 2 83 / 2 h 0 h
Area = = =8 2
2a 2
(x + h - x)((x + h)2 + x 2 + x(x + h))g(h)
4. Ans. (C) = lim
h 0 h
(x 2 + x + 1) - (x 2 - x + 1) 2
f ' (x) = 3x g(0)
y=
x2 + x + 1 + x2 - x + 1 let g(0) = l
2x f ' (x) = 3lx2
f(x) =
x2 + x + 1 + x 2 - x + 1 f(x) = lx3 + b
It is an odd function. Now from (1) put y = 0 f(x) f(0) = x 3g(x)
lx3 + b b = x3 g(x)
lim f(x) 1 and f(0) = 0 & lim -1
x x - g(x) = l, l 0
range is (1, 1) \ f is one-one onto and g is many one into

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y
7. Ans. (A)
n6 25 n 6 35 n 6 ex
lim + + + ..... +
n 1 + n12 212 + n12 312 + n12 x

2
2n
r 5 n6 x 5dx ex
= lim 12 12 =
n
r =1 r + n 0
1 + x12
0
1
required area = 2 e dx = 2 e x - = 2
x 0
-1
put x = t = tan (64)
6
6 -

8. Ans. (C) 11. Ans. (D)


A Q chance of P 4 winning (or losing) the
B tournament is independent of the location of P2,
2
c1 5 c2 x
q
q P \ Events A : P2 & P4 are in different groups
and B : P 4 wins the tournament are
C
D
independent events
x 1 6 3
= x=5 \ P(A / B) = P(A) = =
x+5 2 8 4
12. Ans. (A)
ar(quad ABCD) = ar(DPAD) ar(DPBC)
1 1 A : P1 is not post of the new group
= PA.PD sin 2q - PB.PCsin 2q B : P2 is the winner of the tournament
2 2
1 1 2 1 1
= 96 sin 2q - 24 sin 2 q P(A B) = P(A), P(B/A) = =
2 2 3 8 12
= 36 sinq cosq 13. Ans. (A)
1 2 6 144 6 z3 - 1 p
= 72 = arg 3 =
5 5 25 z +1 2
9. Ans. (D) let z3 = w
e- x w moves on a semicircle as shown below
f(x) =
x w
-xe - x - e - x e - x (x + 1)
f '(x) = = -
x2 x2 q
+ 1 0 1
1 \ let w = e , 0 q p
iq

q+ 2 p
i ( q- 2 p )
i
z =e 3 iq
z - e iq / 3 ,e 3
,e 3
1
14. Ans. (B)
locus of z is as shown below
e

p/3
p/3
10. Ans. (A)
x (y ex) (y + ex) = 0
x = 0, y = ex, y = ex
shaded arc denotes the locus of z
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15. Ans. (C) 18. Ans. (D)
Let P(cosq, sinq, 0) be a point on the circle then f + f '' = 2 f '
its distance d from the f f ' = (f f ')'
let f f ' = u
p u = kex f ' (x) f(x) = ke x
3 - 2 sin q +
3 - cos q - sin q 4
plane = d = = exf(x) = kdx + c
3 3
exf(x) = ku + c f(x) = kxex + cex
-3p f(0) = 0 c = 0
for maxima, q = f(1) = e k = 1 f(x) = xex
4
p 19. Ans. (B)
and for minima, q =
4 (P) General term of (1 + x 2 + x3)40 is
1 -1 1 1 40 l 2 m 3 n
A- , ,0 and B , ,0 1 .(x ) (x )
2 2 2 2 lmn
x1 + y 1 - x 2 - y 2 = 2 2 let r = exponent of x = 2m + 3n where m, n W
If r is odd then put n = 1 r = 2m + 3
16. Ans. (D)
can take all odd values except 1
Plane P is x + y +z = 3
If r is even, put n = 0
get the image of P(cosq, sinq, 0) in x + y + z =3
which comes out as r = 2m can take all even values
cos q - 2 sin q sin q - 2 cos q
a1 = 0
2
P ' 2 + ,2 + , 2 - (sin q + cos q) (Q),(R)
3 3 3
cos q - 2 sin q Put x = i
i.e. x = 2 + (a0 a2 + a4 ) + i(a1 a3 + a5 .....) = 1
3
sin q - 2 cos q a0 a2 + a4 ..... = 1
y = 2+ and a1 a3 + a5 ..... 0
3
(S) Differentiate the given identity thice and
2
and z = 2 - (sin q + cos q) then put x = 0 to get a2 = 40
3
20. Ans. (C)
eliminating q, we get
Area of triangle is minimum when (4, 6) is the
2x + 2y z = 6
mid-point of AB
17. Ans. (A)
Let axsecq bycosecq = a2 b2 be the normal (0,a) A
4xsecq 2 3 ycosecq = 4 .....(i) (4,6)
1 2
Q it passes through ,
2 2 2 3
B
2 sec q - 2 cos ecq = 4 (b,0)
a = 12 and b = 8
secq cosecq = 2 2 1
A min = 8 12 = 48
p 5p 13p 2
q=- , , \ (P)(S) No. of lines with area < 48 will be
4 12 12
2 (in II & IV quadrants)
4 sec q 2 tan q (Q) No. of lines with area = 48 will be 3
Now m = = (from (i))
2 3 cos ecq 3 (in I, II & IV quadrants)
2 4 4 (R) No. of lines with area = 60 will be 4
m=- , - 2, +2
3 3 3 (two in I & one each in II & IV quadrants)
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