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## Q. No. PHYSICS CHEMISTRY MATHEMATICS

1. A D B
2. D A C
3. D C D
4. A C A
5. B B A
6. B D B
7. A C C
8. C A A
9. B C C
10. C D C
11. B D B
12. D B D
13. C A C
14. B B B
15. A B C
16. A D A
17. B A A
18. D D D
19. C C A
20. C B B
21. B A A
22. A C D
23. C C B
24. A B B
25. A B A
26. D C B
27. B B D
28. B A B
29. D A B
30. C B B

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Physics PART – I
SECTION – A
1. Average energy transmitted per second across any point is,
w 2 A2 f
P  22 vA 2 f 2
2v
 P  A2f2
for sound waves,
P1  P2
 A 12 f12  A 22 f22
2
  8A  f12  A 2 f22
 8f1  f2
2. Unlike, light, velocity of sound in any medium is same for all wavelengths. Hence composite
sound wave can not be analysed.

3. KE = K.AP.BP = K (A + x) (A - x) = K (A 2  x 2 )
1
The linear SHM, KE  m 2 (A 2  x 2 )
2
Hence the motion is linear SHM.
5. Friction force always acts up the incline but the velocity at that point is always zero in pure rolling.
6. A, B, C and D are in rotation about O. Hence their velocities are tangential to the surface of the
sphere. The linear velocities of C and A w.r.t. ground are also tangential to the surface.
7. Path difference x  83 cm.
c 332
Wave length   0.332m  33.2 cm.

f 1000
x 83 5 
  Hence x  5x  Odd multiple of  /2
 33.2 2 2
Hence destructive interference,
9. Pitch is measured in terms of frequency. Human ear responds to the difference in frequencies of
two notes.
10. For two particles in free fall the relative velocity always remains constant as relative acceleration
is zero.

11. x = 6t 2  t 3
v = dx/dt = 12t - 3t 2
a = 12-6t
when the velocity is maximum, the acceleration is zero. This is for 12-6t = 0. So t =2s.
M
12. Let r = radius of satellite orbit. Now, by applying COME between A and B,
1 GMm  GMm 
mv 2    
V
2 r  R  R
B A
2GM 2GM
v2  
R r r

2 2
v= v  2v
e 0

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    
m1v1  m2v 2 v1  v 2
13. VCOM 
m1  m2

2

 ˆi  ˆj m / s 
 
 a1  a2 3 ˆ ˆ
Similarly, aCOM   (i  j)m / s 2

2 2

Since VCOM is parallel to aCOM , the path will be a straight line.

14.  = I or  = /I
As the force is applied at mid point.
A = B = F  L/2
since MI depends on the distribution of mass w.r.t. the axis of rotation.
 IA > IB
or A < B
i.e. angular acceleration is more in case (b).
2 2
mv L   L  L  
15.   m    m    
4 2   2   2  
v

4L
  t  2 N
  v 16 L
N    .t  . 2
2
  8 L v
16. For maximum 
1N 3N 9N 10N 23N
9N
10N

3N 1N
A triangle is possible with sides 4 unit, 9 unit and 10 unit. Hence minimum resultant is zero.

## 19. elementary mass = x dy y

x = R cos, y = R sin
dy = R cos d
x
elementary mass =  (Rcos) (Rcos d)
= R2cos2 d R
 /2
2 2
y
yan 
ydm

0
R cos  R cos d

4
R

x
 /2 3
 .dm  0
2 2
R cos  d

## 20. Let the block is in translational equilibrium and ready to topple. N

F
=F
N = mg
Taking torque about C.O.M. = 0
a a a
F    f    N  mg
 2 2  2 = F
2F = N

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N
F
2
N
f  but f  N
2
N
 N
2
1

2

22. As long as cylinder is completely inside, B is constant in magnitude, then its value decreases
linearly with displacement and finally becomes zero.

## 23. Applying work-energy theorem w.r.t wedge

27. m1v1  m2 v 2
 v 2  m1v1 / m2 (1)
1 2 a 1 1
kx  m2 g  m1v12  m 2 v 2 2 (2) From work energy theorem
2 2 2 2
Substituting (1) in (2) and solving
m2 (ka2  4m2 ga)
v1  = 10 cm/s
4m1(m1  m2 )

28. Mechanical energy loss happens due to viscous/frictional forces without which the liquid will
oscillate. This is released as heat
GMm
29. mr2 
r3
GM  r  (GM = gr2)
3 2

r 3 .2
g
R2
(4nR)3 .2
g
n2 .R 2
g  64 nR2 .

## 30. Frequencies are in odd ratio hence it is a closed organ pipe.

v
freq  (2n  1)
4L
2v
(frequency)   100Hz
4L
 L = 1.7 m.

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Chemistry PART – II
SECTION – A
2.
H3C CH CH3 0 0 0 0
is 2 carbocation order stability of 3 > 2 > 1 > CH3

4.
H3C C N H3C C N

## 8. Spliting of spectral lines in preserved electronic & magnetic field.

12. H C COOH
as maleic acid.
H C COOH

H C COOH
as trans fumeric acid.
HOOC C H

## 18. KH is an ionic hydride.

4
19. Percentage of D in D2O =  100  20%
20

21. NaAlSi2O6.x.H2O

25. Na2S2O3.5H2O

29. OH
B H2O  B  OH  4  H
HO OH

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## Mathematics PART – III

SECTION – A

x2 y2
1. Let the ellipse be 2
 2
 1. The line y  mx  a2m2  b2 touches this ellipse for all m.
a b
2p 1 a2 4p2 1
Hence m = and a2m2  b2    b2 
1 p 2 1  p2 1  p2 1  p2
 p (4a  b )  b2  1  0
2 2 2

2 2 2
This equation in true for all p  [–1, 1] iff b = 1 and 4a = b
2 2 1
 b = 1 and a =
4
3
 e
2

## 2. f(r)  r(2r 2  9r  13)  (r  1){2(r  1)2  9(r  1)  13}  6(r  1)2

n n
3 2
 f(r)  6(r  1)  
r 1
f(r)  6  (r  1) 
r 1
2
(n  3n)

3. I=  (i  j)( n c j  nc i ) =  (n  i  n  j)(n c n i  nc n j )
0 i  j  n 0 i  j  n
n n
 2I = 2n  0 i  j  n
( ci  c j )

I= n  n
ci   n
c j  = n(n.2n 1  n.2n 1 ) = n2 .2n
 
 0 i  j n 0 i jn 

## 5. Image of focus in a tangent lies on directrix.

3x  4y  1 12x  5y  3
6. L1 . L2 < 0, so equation is 
5 13

 1 1 
7.  = 1, so –     ,      becomes – 2, – 2.
     
x
Replace x by – .
2

## 8. Let OM = k, then OA = 4k and OB = 6k,

OC2  OA 2  AC2 OM
Let COM = , then cos  = – 
2OC  OA OC
C(3, 2)
25  13  16k 2 k 1
  k  B
2 13  4k 13 2 5
1 m  2/3 M
So, cos  = , tan  = 5 =  . O
26 1  2m / 3 Slope = m
A

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9. Distance of focus from centre = average of distances of the focus from the two directrices.

## 10. m3 + n3  20113 + 3.2011.m.n = 0

(m+n  2011 = 0)
m + n = 2011
number of solution = 2012 + 1 = 2013

## 11. cot  – tan  – 2 tan 2 – 4 tan 4 – 8 tan 8 – 16 cot 16

= 2 cot 2 – 2 tan 2 – 4 tan 4 – 8 tan 8 – 16 cot 16
= 4(2 cot 8) – 8 tan 8 – 16 cot 16
= 8 · 2 cot 16 – 16 cot 16
=0

12. Using Binomial expansions and neglecting x2 and the higher powers of
(1  3x)1/ 2  (1  x)5 / 3
= (1  3x)1/ 2  (1  x)5 / 3   (4  x)1/ 2
4x
1/ 2
 x
= (1  3x)1/ 2  (1  x)5 / 3   41/ 2 1  
 4
 3   5  1  x 
=  1  x    1  x   1  
 2   3  2  8 
 35x 
= 1  
 24 
35
 p = 1 and q = 
24

## 13. pn  nc 0 .n c1.n c 2 ..... ncn

n 1 n1 n1
pn1 c1 c2 cn
 n
· n
..... n
· n1c n1
pn c1 c2 cn
n 1 n 1 n 1 n  1 (n  1)n (n  1)n 109
= · · .....   
n n 1 n  2 1 n! n! 9!
n=9

## 14. Subtracting we get x2 + (a – b)x = 0  x = 0, x = b – a so the common root is (b – a)

 3(b – a)2 + a(b – a) + 1 = 0  5ab – 2a2 – 3b2 = 1

## 15. Slope of common normal = 1.

So t = – 1
Point  (10 + (–1)2, 2(–1))  (11, – 2).

 C
16. CPB  , 2BD = AC
2
 2PD = PA
Let A = Z
Rotation about P

Z  (2  i) 
D(1 + i) P(2 – i) B
  2e 2  2i
1  i  (2  i)
Z = (2 – i)  2i(2i – 1) = –2 – 3i or 6 + i

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7m  ( 1)
17. If y = mx is a tangent from the origin to the circle (x – 7)2 + (y + 1)2 = 25, then  5 or
m2  1
2
12m + 7m – 12 = 0
If m1, m2 are its roots, then m 1m2 = –1.

## 18. Circumcentre = (0, 0). Let G(h, k) be the centroid, then

3h = 3 + 5(cos  + sin ), 3k = 4 + 5 (sin  – cos ).
If H(, ) be the orthocentre
 OG : GH = 1 : 2   = 3h,  = 3k
3 4
Now cos  + sin  = , sin  – cos  =
5 5
2 2
 Locus is (x + y – 7) + (x – y + 1) = 100

19. Let A be (at12 , 2at1 ) then B is (at 22 , 2at 2 ) with the condition t1 t2 = –1.
 at 2  at 22 2a(t1  t 2 )   a  2 1  2a  1 
 Centroid G   1 ,     t1  2  ,  t1   
 3 3 
 3 t1  3  t1  
Eliminating t1 we get required locus.
 2 
i.e. 3y 2  4a  x  a 
 3 

97  98
22. Sum of all terms = 98a1 
2
49  98
Sum of even terms = 49a1  .
2

23. 1
tan   , x  y  90  
3 A
tan x  tan y
   cot   3
1  tan x.tan y
E
2b 2a
 y
 a b  3

2b 2a
1 . x
a b B
C D
1 a2  b2 602
 ab    400
2 9 9

x2 y3
24. A line through (2, 3) is of the form  r
cos  sin 
For r = r1, let the point (2 + r1 cos , 3 + r1 sin ) on this line lie on y + 2x = 3
2r1 cos  + r1 sin  = – 4 ….. (i)
Similarly for r = r2, let the point (2 + r2 cos , 3 + r2 sin ) on this line lie on y + 2x = 5
 2r2 cos  + r2 sin  = –2 ….. (ii)
From (i), (ii) and as given in question r1 – r2 = 2
2 cos  + sin  = –1 ….. (iii)
3
 tan  = 
4
3
The required line is (y – 3) =  (x – 2) i.e. 3x + 4y – 18 = 0
4

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25. We know that shortest distance between two curves occurs along the common normal. Any
3
normal to parabola will be of the form y + tx – 2t – t = 0. If it is common normal of circle and
parabola, it will pass through the centre of the circle
3
 12 = 2t + t  t = 2
So point on parabola is (4, 4) distance of this point to centre of a circle will be 80 , hence
shortest distance is 80  4  4( 5  1)

x2 y 2
26. Here a = 3, b = 4 for hyperbola   1 and slope of the line y = 2x + p is m = 2
9 16
For the line to be real chord,
 p2 > a2m2 – b2
 p2 > 9× 4 – 16
2
 p > 20
 p  (–, – 20 )  ( 20 , )

1
27. tm = a + (m – 1)d = ….. (i)
n
1
tn = a + (n – 1)d = …... (ii)
m
Solving (i) and (ii)
1 1
d ,a
mn mn
1  mn  1  1 1
tmn  a  (mn  1)d     1 1
mn  mn  mn mn

2
 x2  2   x2  2 
28.    6  5 
 x   x 
x2  2
Let t
x
t2 – 5t + 6 = 0
(t – 2)(t – 3) = 0
t = 2, or t=3
2
x 2 x2  2
2 3
x x
x2 – 2x + 2 = 0 x2 – 3x + 2 = 0
No real roots (x – 1) (x – 2) = 0
x = 1, 2

## 29. Let odd natural number be 2a – 1, 2b – 1, 2c –1 where a, b, c are natural numbers.

2a – 1 + 2b – 1 + 2c – 1 = 51
 a + b + c = 27
24 –3 26
Number of solutions of (i) is coefficient of x in (1 – x) = c2 = 325
2
30. If  and  are the roots of x + px + q = 0, then
 > 1 and  > 1  ( – 1)( – 1) > 0
  – ( + ) + 1 > 0  q + p + 1 > 0

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